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The Baron de Hirsch - De la Savane Cemetery, Montreal, Canada #general

Michael Hoffman
 

If there is anybody visiting The Baron de Hirsch - De la Savane Cemetery,
Montreal in the very near future, would some kind soul take some digital
photographs of 2 graves for me. In exchange for the photographs I would be
able to visit most of the Jewish Cemeteries located in North London and
Northern Home Counties.

The information for the graves are as follows >from the JewishGen Online
World Burial Registery :

Louis Hussies: Plot: Line 11, Grave 8
Clara Hussies: Plot: Line 12, Grave 56

Just a little background about Louis Hussies, he was born in Riga, Latvia
and with his mother, father and a sister immigrated to Hull, UK in about
1885,during WWI he served in the British Army and was awarded the Military
Medal (MM) at the end of the Great War for bravery.

My interest in him is that his sister Sarah Hussies married Solomon Berger
the youngest brother of my grand father Marks Berger.

Best regards
Michael Hoffman,
Borehamwood, UK
mikeh25@...
Researching,
HOFFMAN, OCHMAN, OFFMAN, Kiev, Belaya Tserkov, Ukraine, UK
OSTROFSKY, Kiev, Belaya Tserkov, Ukraine, UK
BERGER, Grabowo/Grabova, Poland, USA
SCHAMROTH, SHAMROTH, SHAMROCK, Krakow, UK, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Baron de Hirsch - De la Savane Cemetery, Montreal, Canada #general

Michael Hoffman
 

If there is anybody visiting The Baron de Hirsch - De la Savane Cemetery,
Montreal in the very near future, would some kind soul take some digital
photographs of 2 graves for me. In exchange for the photographs I would be
able to visit most of the Jewish Cemeteries located in North London and
Northern Home Counties.

The information for the graves are as follows >from the JewishGen Online
World Burial Registery :

Louis Hussies: Plot: Line 11, Grave 8
Clara Hussies: Plot: Line 12, Grave 56

Just a little background about Louis Hussies, he was born in Riga, Latvia
and with his mother, father and a sister immigrated to Hull, UK in about
1885,during WWI he served in the British Army and was awarded the Military
Medal (MM) at the end of the Great War for bravery.

My interest in him is that his sister Sarah Hussies married Solomon Berger
the youngest brother of my grand father Marks Berger.

Best regards
Michael Hoffman,
Borehamwood, UK
mikeh25@...
Researching,
HOFFMAN, OCHMAN, OFFMAN, Kiev, Belaya Tserkov, Ukraine, UK
OSTROFSKY, Kiev, Belaya Tserkov, Ukraine, UK
BERGER, Grabowo/Grabova, Poland, USA
SCHAMROTH, SHAMROTH, SHAMROCK, Krakow, UK, USA


Connection needed with Israeli Police #general

Evelyn Filippi
 

Hi Genners
I need someone who has connection with the Police in Tel Aviv to find out
what happened to family members of mine in 1946.
If some knows anybody I would really appreciate it.
Please contact me privately.

Thank You in advance because of help
I have gotten on this list the past I have found family and
a huge amount of Information..
Evelyn Filippi
New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Connection needed with Israeli Police #general

Evelyn Filippi
 

Hi Genners
I need someone who has connection with the Police in Tel Aviv to find out
what happened to family members of mine in 1946.
If some knows anybody I would really appreciate it.
Please contact me privately.

Thank You in advance because of help
I have gotten on this list the past I have found family and
a huge amount of Information..
Evelyn Filippi
New York


Polish Translations #general

Michael Tobias <michael@...>
 

Hi

I have two Polish vital records (one marriage, one birth) that I would like
full translations of (my Polish is rusty!).

Can anybody help?

They can be seen at viewmate:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=13477

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=13478

Many thanks for any assistance you can give.

Regards

Michael Tobias

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Lezajsk (Lezhensk) - Lapidarium #general

Moishe Pariser
 

Hello
Does anyone have an index or pictures of the Tombstones & Lapidarium
(Matzevot on a wall) at the Jewish cemetery in Lezajsk (Lezhensk) ?

Thank you

M. Pariser


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Polish Translations #general

Michael Tobias <michael@...>
 

Hi

I have two Polish vital records (one marriage, one birth) that I would like
full translations of (my Polish is rusty!).

Can anybody help?

They can be seen at viewmate:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=13477

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=13478

Many thanks for any assistance you can give.

Regards

Michael Tobias

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lezajsk (Lezhensk) - Lapidarium #general

Moishe Pariser
 

Hello
Does anyone have an index or pictures of the Tombstones & Lapidarium
(Matzevot on a wall) at the Jewish cemetery in Lezajsk (Lezhensk) ?

Thank you

M. Pariser


ViewMate- Hebrew cemetery monument translation needed #general

bette_sscf@...
 

Please confirm Jewish names and translate fathers' names in Hebrew on the
cemetery monument for Harry (Hirsch Gedalje) and Rose (Ruchel) STUPP who
emigrated >from Probuzna, Austria (now Ukraine) to Philadelphia.

The ViewMate link is
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=13476.

Your help will be much appreciated!

Bette Stoop Mas
Florida USA

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate- Hebrew cemetery monument translation needed #general

bette_sscf@...
 

Please confirm Jewish names and translate fathers' names in Hebrew on the
cemetery monument for Harry (Hirsch Gedalje) and Rose (Ruchel) STUPP who
emigrated >from Probuzna, Austria (now Ukraine) to Philadelphia.

The ViewMate link is
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=13476.

Your help will be much appreciated!

Bette Stoop Mas
Florida USA

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Finding US citizenship papers at NARA #general

Leighton Siegel <siege005@...>
 

If I know that the intention to become a citizen papers are located in
New York City and I have the NARA series number and the Roll number
etc. but how do I find the actual information??
Dianne Siegel
siege005@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Finding US citizenship papers at NARA #general

Leighton Siegel <siege005@...>
 

If I know that the intention to become a citizen papers are located in
New York City and I have the NARA series number and the Roll number
etc. but how do I find the actual information??
Dianne Siegel
siege005@...


Re: English name Lucy-Yiddish/Hebrew name what? #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 9/1/2009 10:51:50 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
rsheps@... writes:
"Can anyone suggest an original name in Yiddish or Hebrew for the English
"Lucy"? A cousin of my father's was named Lucille, and a search further
back in the family has turned up a "Lucy". I cannot believe that "Lucy",
born in the Ukraine in the nineteenth century could have been so named. I
suspect that the person who originally supplied the information was giving
the name that would have been used in North America. It would be nice to
be able to link up these two women. "

Alexander Beider has Lutsie as a main female listing in his Dictionary of
Ashkenazic Given Names. The listing includes Lucia, Lu[e]tse, a Jewish
woman in Nurnberg in 1298 (lamed-vav-tzadi-alef), and various variants
into the 17th century. Puzzling, he states that the Lutsie form was unknown
after the 16th century and "was never brought to Eastern Europe" [>from
central Europe].

Perhaps a more likely origin in this case might be Lyube, to my ears a less
rare name among Jews in Eastern Europe.

Beider emphasizes the name's Latin origin. I am tempted to assume that
your Ukrainian cousin's parents may have been well read and chose the
Lucia name >from their reading matter.

Michael Bernet, New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: English name Lucy-Yiddish/Hebrew name what? #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 9/1/2009 10:51:50 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
rsheps@... writes:
"Can anyone suggest an original name in Yiddish or Hebrew for the English
"Lucy"? A cousin of my father's was named Lucille, and a search further
back in the family has turned up a "Lucy". I cannot believe that "Lucy",
born in the Ukraine in the nineteenth century could have been so named. I
suspect that the person who originally supplied the information was giving
the name that would have been used in North America. It would be nice to
be able to link up these two women. "

Alexander Beider has Lutsie as a main female listing in his Dictionary of
Ashkenazic Given Names. The listing includes Lucia, Lu[e]tse, a Jewish
woman in Nurnberg in 1298 (lamed-vav-tzadi-alef), and various variants
into the 17th century. Puzzling, he states that the Lutsie form was unknown
after the 16th century and "was never brought to Eastern Europe" [>from
central Europe].

Perhaps a more likely origin in this case might be Lyube, to my ears a less
rare name among Jews in Eastern Europe.

Beider emphasizes the name's Latin origin. I am tempted to assume that
your Ukrainian cousin's parents may have been well read and chose the
Lucia name >from their reading matter.

Michael Bernet, New York


Need Gravestone photo in Colchester, CT please #general

Dayna <zoeys_mom@...>
 

I've been trying to figure out the connection between 2 MINTZ families
in Colchester, CT for some time now. I recently connected with another
MINTZ researcher (through a photo I'd posted on Flickr) and we're hoping
to prove our theory of brotherly connection between her relative and mine
with a father's name which is hopefully written on the gravestone.

Please contact me off list if you can take a photo at Ahavas Achim
Cemetery in Colchester, CT. (on Taintor Hill Road, Colchester CT 06415,
Directions: Route 84 East to Route 2 to Exit 18; left onto Middletown
Road; left onto Cabin Road; right onto Taintor Hall Road; cemetery will
be on the left.) I do have the exact location of the graves.

Thank you!

Dayna Chalif
San Francisco, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need Gravestone photo in Colchester, CT please #general

Dayna <zoeys_mom@...>
 

I've been trying to figure out the connection between 2 MINTZ families
in Colchester, CT for some time now. I recently connected with another
MINTZ researcher (through a photo I'd posted on Flickr) and we're hoping
to prove our theory of brotherly connection between her relative and mine
with a father's name which is hopefully written on the gravestone.

Please contact me off list if you can take a photo at Ahavas Achim
Cemetery in Colchester, CT. (on Taintor Hill Road, Colchester CT 06415,
Directions: Route 84 East to Route 2 to Exit 18; left onto Middletown
Road; left onto Cabin Road; right onto Taintor Hall Road; cemetery will
be on the left.) I do have the exact location of the graves.

Thank you!

Dayna Chalif
San Francisco, CA


JGSGW meets in Rockville, MD on September 13 #general

Jeff Miller
 

The Virtual Shtetl Project will be presented at the next meeting of the
Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington on Sunday, September 13.

Registration and "schmooze" begins at 1pm, at B'nai Israel, in Rockville,
Maryland.

The speakers will be Museum of the History of Polish Jews deputy coordinator
Grzegorz (Greg) Kolacz; the museum's executive director Robert Socolof; and
Beata Schulman, on the North American Council of the Museum.

The program will begin with a brief introduction to the Museum which will
open in 2012 on the former Warsaw Ghetto site, and will then continue with
the Virtual Shtetl Portal, devoted to local Jewish history.

For more information and directions, check the JGSGW site at
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsgw

Jeff Miller, President
JGSGW
N. Virginia/Washington DC/Maryland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGSGW meets in Rockville, MD on September 13 #general

Jeff Miller
 

The Virtual Shtetl Project will be presented at the next meeting of the
Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington on Sunday, September 13.

Registration and "schmooze" begins at 1pm, at B'nai Israel, in Rockville,
Maryland.

The speakers will be Museum of the History of Polish Jews deputy coordinator
Grzegorz (Greg) Kolacz; the museum's executive director Robert Socolof; and
Beata Schulman, on the North American Council of the Museum.

The program will begin with a brief introduction to the Museum which will
open in 2012 on the former Warsaw Ghetto site, and will then continue with
the Virtual Shtetl Portal, devoted to local Jewish history.

For more information and directions, check the JGSGW site at
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsgw

Jeff Miller, President
JGSGW
N. Virginia/Washington DC/Maryland


Re: reverse JRI-PL indexes of LDS films? #poland

Nicole Heymans <nheymans@...>
 

If you select data type = "any field" and enter the film number the
results window will give you the number of records (assuming the film
number was entered in the db). However clicking on the "List n
records >from ....." button produces an error message "you cannot
search for microfilm numbers". But at least this procedure should
inform you whether the film of interest to you has been indexed or
not. (And if not, you might consider offering to index it....)

Nicole Heymans, Brussels, Belgium

MODERATOR'S NOTE: The best way to find out whether particular LDS
films have been indexed is to check the "Your Town" pages, which
include the status of indexing for LDS films as well as records
in the Polish State Archive.


JRI Poland #Poland Re: reverse JRI-PL indexes of LDS films? #poland

Nicole Heymans <nheymans@...>
 

If you select data type = "any field" and enter the film number the
results window will give you the number of records (assuming the film
number was entered in the db). However clicking on the "List n
records >from ....." button produces an error message "you cannot
search for microfilm numbers". But at least this procedure should
inform you whether the film of interest to you has been indexed or
not. (And if not, you might consider offering to index it....)

Nicole Heymans, Brussels, Belgium

MODERATOR'S NOTE: The best way to find out whether particular LDS
films have been indexed is to check the "Your Town" pages, which
include the status of indexing for LDS films as well as records
in the Polish State Archive.