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Records for Bruck an der Leitha #austria-czech

geneagirl64@...
 

Hello fellow Siggers
I was wondering if anyone could tell me who to contact regarding records for
Bruck an der Leitha ??? I am looking for B M D of STECKERL relatives who had
left Missitz and went to Bruck an der Leitha.
Thanks
Sincerely
Andrea Steckerl
Belmont


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Records for Bruck an der Leitha #austria-czech

geneagirl64@...
 

Hello fellow Siggers
I was wondering if anyone could tell me who to contact regarding records for
Bruck an der Leitha ??? I am looking for B M D of STECKERL relatives who had
left Missitz and went to Bruck an der Leitha.
Thanks
Sincerely
Andrea Steckerl
Belmont


Dattel--Apple families #austria-czech

sararu70@...
 

Mayer DATTEL , who lived in Waurez , now Nouvorainko, came to the
United States in 1911. His wife Feiga did not come with him but
stayed home in Waurez. There was an APPLE family living in Waurez, so
that was probably Mayer's connection to Sam APPLE, his friend, who
Mayer was to stay with when he arrived in New York. There were other
APPLE persons >from Waurez , Joseph and Meyer, that also came through Ellis
Island at that time, but we don't know if or how they were related.
One of the APPLE names was mis-spelled as Rotle.

Mayer's stay in New York wasn't very long , as he had two sisters ,
Minnie {Malka ALTMAN} and Chava COHEN living in the Greensburg area in
Western Pennsylvania. Mayer was to spend most of his time with them
and their families.

Mayer returned to Waurez about 1921 and as far as we know , he , his wife
Feiga and daughter Eva stayed in the Waurez area., however they could have
moved around looking for a safe place to settle. In the middle 1930s he
wrote to his sister Chava how bad things were getting in Europe, no work
and food was scarce.
The may have tried to avoid the Germans by somehow getting to Eretz
Israel. We don't know for sure what happened to them. There was no
further communication >from Meyer.
We can't find him or his wife on any holocaust lists, or anywhere for that
matter. His daughter Eva did send her wedding picture to her Aunt Chava
COHEN, so we know she made it to safety.

If anyone has any knowledge of Mayer and Feiga DATTEL or the APPLE
family , or any of their descendants living anywhere , we would
appreciate hearing >from you.

Sara Rubin
New Kensington, Pa.-usa
sararu70@...


Cemetery information #austria-czech

pierre28@...
 

I have just found among some old photographs the burial stone of my uncle
Ignatz HAHN (11-Aug-18142/25-Jun-1919) with his wife Louise (nee LEDERER)
HAHN (12-August-1858/3-Mar-1937) who both died in Vienna. I have to presume
that they are buried in Vienna. Can someone tell me more

Pierre M Hahn, San Francisco


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Dattel--Apple families #austria-czech

sararu70@...
 

Mayer DATTEL , who lived in Waurez , now Nouvorainko, came to the
United States in 1911. His wife Feiga did not come with him but
stayed home in Waurez. There was an APPLE family living in Waurez, so
that was probably Mayer's connection to Sam APPLE, his friend, who
Mayer was to stay with when he arrived in New York. There were other
APPLE persons >from Waurez , Joseph and Meyer, that also came through Ellis
Island at that time, but we don't know if or how they were related.
One of the APPLE names was mis-spelled as Rotle.

Mayer's stay in New York wasn't very long , as he had two sisters ,
Minnie {Malka ALTMAN} and Chava COHEN living in the Greensburg area in
Western Pennsylvania. Mayer was to spend most of his time with them
and their families.

Mayer returned to Waurez about 1921 and as far as we know , he , his wife
Feiga and daughter Eva stayed in the Waurez area., however they could have
moved around looking for a safe place to settle. In the middle 1930s he
wrote to his sister Chava how bad things were getting in Europe, no work
and food was scarce.
The may have tried to avoid the Germans by somehow getting to Eretz
Israel. We don't know for sure what happened to them. There was no
further communication >from Meyer.
We can't find him or his wife on any holocaust lists, or anywhere for that
matter. His daughter Eva did send her wedding picture to her Aunt Chava
COHEN, so we know she made it to safety.

If anyone has any knowledge of Mayer and Feiga DATTEL or the APPLE
family , or any of their descendants living anywhere , we would
appreciate hearing >from you.

Sara Rubin
New Kensington, Pa.-usa
sararu70@...


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Cemetery information #austria-czech

pierre28@...
 

I have just found among some old photographs the burial stone of my uncle
Ignatz HAHN (11-Aug-18142/25-Jun-1919) with his wife Louise (nee LEDERER)
HAHN (12-August-1858/3-Mar-1937) who both died in Vienna. I have to presume
that they are buried in Vienna. Can someone tell me more

Pierre M Hahn, San Francisco


Thanks to all #general

JudiZimmer
 

Thank you for the huge response to my Viewmate request. No need for further replies,
since I now have the information I needed.
Judi Zimmer


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thanks to all #general

JudiZimmer
 

Thank you for the huge response to my Viewmate request. No need for further replies,
since I now have the information I needed.
Judi Zimmer


Russian Translation - Viewmate VM12898 #general

Robert Mandelbaum
 

Oops, so it turns out that the text I posted is in Russian, not Polish. Can
someone please translate the Russian writing posted at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=12898>? It is the back of
an unidentified family photo postcard, and I am hopeful that the inscription will
give me a clue as to the identity of the person in the photograph.

Thanks very much,
Robert Mandelbaum
New York, New York

From: Robert Mandelbaum <rmandelbau@...>
Can anyone please translate for me the back of an unidentified family photo
postcard, written, I believe, in Polish.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Russian Translation - Viewmate VM12898 #general

Robert Mandelbaum
 

Oops, so it turns out that the text I posted is in Russian, not Polish. Can
someone please translate the Russian writing posted at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=12898>? It is the back of
an unidentified family photo postcard, and I am hopeful that the inscription will
give me a clue as to the identity of the person in the photograph.

Thanks very much,
Robert Mandelbaum
New York, New York

From: Robert Mandelbaum <rmandelbau@...>
Can anyone please translate for me the back of an unidentified family photo
postcard, written, I believe, in Polish.


Suicide in San Francisco #general

Lea Haber Gedalia <msleag@...>
 

Dear Genners

If a Jew committed suicide in San Francisco in 1919, where would the family
put an ad, if at all ? Would it be a newspaper item?

Searching more details about Morris Halperin died Aug.1919.

Lea Haber Gedalia,Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Suicide in San Francisco #general

Lea Haber Gedalia <msleag@...>
 

Dear Genners

If a Jew committed suicide in San Francisco in 1919, where would the family
put an ad, if at all ? Would it be a newspaper item?

Searching more details about Morris Halperin died Aug.1919.

Lea Haber Gedalia,Israel


Re: Hebrew Translation - Viewmate VM 12904 #general

tom
 

The stone reads: "Here is buried for this our heart is faint [Lamentations 5:17]
the youth and the old man lie on the ground in the streets [lamentations 2:21]
as an eternal remembrance to the saintly people of Zolatchov who were killed with
terrible cruelty by the evil Nazis may their names be blotted out and a few of them
were buried in a communal grave here in the cemetery may god avenge their blood
may their souls be bound up in the bond of life"

Note: there are a few mistakes in the inscription (lines 3 and 7), possibly because
the carver and whoever checked it weren't familiar with Hebrew.

tom klein, toronto

ps. i have chosen to reply to the whole list because it is a communal memorial.

Robert Mandelbaum <rmandelbau@...> wrote:
Can someone please translate the Hebrew insciption on a memorial gravestone that I
have posted at http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=12904 .


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Hebrew Translation - Viewmate VM 12904 #general

tom
 

The stone reads: "Here is buried for this our heart is faint [Lamentations 5:17]
the youth and the old man lie on the ground in the streets [lamentations 2:21]
as an eternal remembrance to the saintly people of Zolatchov who were killed with
terrible cruelty by the evil Nazis may their names be blotted out and a few of them
were buried in a communal grave here in the cemetery may god avenge their blood
may their souls be bound up in the bond of life"

Note: there are a few mistakes in the inscription (lines 3 and 7), possibly because
the carver and whoever checked it weren't familiar with Hebrew.

tom klein, toronto

ps. i have chosen to reply to the whole list because it is a communal memorial.

Robert Mandelbaum <rmandelbau@...> wrote:
Can someone please translate the Hebrew insciption on a memorial gravestone that I
have posted at http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=12904 .


Lessons about procrastination #general

Israel P
 

Last October, I made contact with a previously unknown Pikholz descendant in
Florida, >from a family which I had thought to have been killed during the
Holocaust.

We began a brief exchange of information, with the help of one of her two
daughters, but I kept pushing the main body of work aside as more pressing matters
kept coming up. Yesterday the daughter advised me that her mother died in May.

My inclination is generally to do the easy things first, just to get them off the
table. Sometimes we have to remember to deal with the oldest people first, while
they are still here.

Israel Pickholtz
Jerusalem


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lessons about procrastination #general

Israel P
 

Last October, I made contact with a previously unknown Pikholz descendant in
Florida, >from a family which I had thought to have been killed during the
Holocaust.

We began a brief exchange of information, with the help of one of her two
daughters, but I kept pushing the main body of work aside as more pressing matters
kept coming up. Yesterday the daughter advised me that her mother died in May.

My inclination is generally to do the easy things first, just to get them off the
table. Sometimes we have to remember to deal with the oldest people first, while
they are still here.

Israel Pickholtz
Jerusalem


Dr. Carl J. and Edna SACHS, New York #general

Jim Bennett <bennett@...>
 

I'm searching for the descendants of Dr. Carl J. SACHS. Born in Breslau in 1899, he
reached the U.S. in the 1930's and was a physician in Brooklyn, NY. He died in 1983.
His wife was Edna.

We are distant cousins, via the ROTHSTEIN and JAFFE families of Rawitsch and Breslau.

Jim Bennett
Haifa


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Dr. Carl J. and Edna SACHS, New York #general

Jim Bennett <bennett@...>
 

I'm searching for the descendants of Dr. Carl J. SACHS. Born in Breslau in 1899, he
reached the U.S. in the 1930's and was a physician in Brooklyn, NY. He died in 1983.
His wife was Edna.

We are distant cousins, via the ROTHSTEIN and JAFFE families of Rawitsch and Breslau.

Jim Bennett
Haifa


Descendants of David WEISS and Amalia LORCH from Mainz #general

SiebenSachen - Daniel Simon
 

Hi Genners,

I am looking for descendants of David WEISS >from Mainz (March 2nd 1836 -January 1st
1909) and Amalia LORCH also >from Mainz (Feb. 23rd 1836 - March 15th 1895). As far
as I know they had 5 children Siegfried, Zacharias,Ludwig, Anna and Maximilian.
Parents of David were Simon WEISS and Amalia SIMON.

I would also like to find out if somebody knows if Baruch (Bernhard) WEISS is part
of the same WEISS family as he was married to Sara SIMON. Sara SIMON was a sister
to Ludwig SIMON the fater of Amalia SIMON.

Thanks for answering privately

Daniel Simon
Ludwigsburg - Germany
info@... <mailto:info@...>

Researching: SIMON Mainz/Mannheim, PAUL Reetz (Poland), KIRSCHSTEIN Chodiez
(Poland), SCHWERIN Strzelno (Poland)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Descendants of David WEISS and Amalia LORCH from Mainz #general

SiebenSachen - Daniel Simon
 

Hi Genners,

I am looking for descendants of David WEISS >from Mainz (March 2nd 1836 -January 1st
1909) and Amalia LORCH also >from Mainz (Feb. 23rd 1836 - March 15th 1895). As far
as I know they had 5 children Siegfried, Zacharias,Ludwig, Anna and Maximilian.
Parents of David were Simon WEISS and Amalia SIMON.

I would also like to find out if somebody knows if Baruch (Bernhard) WEISS is part
of the same WEISS family as he was married to Sara SIMON. Sara SIMON was a sister
to Ludwig SIMON the fater of Amalia SIMON.

Thanks for answering privately

Daniel Simon
Ludwigsburg - Germany
info@... <mailto:info@...>

Researching: SIMON Mainz/Mannheim, PAUL Reetz (Poland), KIRSCHSTEIN Chodiez
(Poland), SCHWERIN Strzelno (Poland)