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Re: Question regarding Geni family trees #general

Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

As with any genealogy/social site, you must remember to manage the
privacy settings. Geni's privacy lets you define what you consider
"family" beyond your immediately family, as well as set what others
can see depending on their relationship with you.

Zev Griner

Because I had seen possible connections to my own family on Geni,I decided
to start a tree myself, putting about 50 of my ancestors' names etc.
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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Question regarding Geni family trees #general

Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

As with any genealogy/social site, you must remember to manage the
privacy settings. Geni's privacy lets you define what you consider
"family" beyond your immediately family, as well as set what others
can see depending on their relationship with you.

Zev Griner

Because I had seen possible connections to my own family on Geni,I decided
to start a tree myself, putting about 50 of my ancestors' names etc.
snip...


Geni Trees #general

Adiva Bloch
 

I use Geni as well and have been quite happy with it until now. I do agree
that the new management procedures are wrong and don't update so much
anymore there for that reason.

IMO, if someone is looking to share a tree, then ancestry.com is a wonderful
place. You can invite whomever you would like to be part of your tree and
can give them one of three management options, one of which being only able
to view, but not make changes. This allows me to share my tree with anyone I
would like, but at my choosing as I can make the tree private and also not
have to worry that changes I do not approve will be made. And now that the
Jewish records are on ancestry as well, it will find possible matches for
you to review that you may have missed on your own.

Adiva Bloch
Johannesburg, South Africa


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Geni Trees #general

Adiva Bloch
 

I use Geni as well and have been quite happy with it until now. I do agree
that the new management procedures are wrong and don't update so much
anymore there for that reason.

IMO, if someone is looking to share a tree, then ancestry.com is a wonderful
place. You can invite whomever you would like to be part of your tree and
can give them one of three management options, one of which being only able
to view, but not make changes. This allows me to share my tree with anyone I
would like, but at my choosing as I can make the tree private and also not
have to worry that changes I do not approve will be made. And now that the
Jewish records are on ancestry as well, it will find possible matches for
you to review that you may have missed on your own.

Adiva Bloch
Johannesburg, South Africa


Jewish foods in turn of the century Ukraine #general

Karen Jo Rippens <krippens@...>
 

Can someone please point me to a resource that would describe what
foods were eaten and how they were prepared in the rural Jewish
villages of Ukraine around 1900?

Thank you very much,
Karen Jo Rippens

MODERATOR NOTE: Also take a look at the Archives. This subject have been
previously discussed


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish foods in turn of the century Ukraine #general

Karen Jo Rippens <krippens@...>
 

Can someone please point me to a resource that would describe what
foods were eaten and how they were prepared in the rural Jewish
villages of Ukraine around 1900?

Thank you very much,
Karen Jo Rippens

MODERATOR NOTE: Also take a look at the Archives. This subject have been
previously discussed


Alfred LEOPOLD Son of Marta nee ZELLER #general

Linda Shefler
 

According to a Page of Testimony he submitted and some vague family
information, Alfred LEOPOLD, son of Unknown LEOPOLD and Marta ZELLER
survived the war. He *might* have spent the war in Norway.

Some other vague bits of information include that he *might* have also been
known as Albrecht, and he *might* have had a brother. His mother was born
in 1882 in Zuentersbach, Hessen, Germany, so just to give you a time
reference, I'm guessing he was born sometime about 1910.

If anyone is aware of this family please get in touch with me privately.

Many thanks.
Linda Silverman Shefler
Hod HaSharon, Israel
linda.shefler@gmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Alfred LEOPOLD Son of Marta nee ZELLER #general

Linda Shefler
 

According to a Page of Testimony he submitted and some vague family
information, Alfred LEOPOLD, son of Unknown LEOPOLD and Marta ZELLER
survived the war. He *might* have spent the war in Norway.

Some other vague bits of information include that he *might* have also been
known as Albrecht, and he *might* have had a brother. His mother was born
in 1882 in Zuentersbach, Hessen, Germany, so just to give you a time
reference, I'm guessing he was born sometime about 1910.

If anyone is aware of this family please get in touch with me privately.

Many thanks.
Linda Silverman Shefler
Hod HaSharon, Israel
linda.shefler@gmail.com


Ukraine Mogilev #general

Barbara Jepson
 

I am researching the names and places of my fathers family. My
grandfather was Samuel Belinkie, who came >from Molgilev to NY, and later
to Bridgeport CT. My grandmother was Fannie Ginsberg. She and her
sister, Rebecca, married my grandfather and his brother, Henry. They
lived in the same house in Bridgeport.

I am looking for information about their earlier years in this country.

Other names are Gordon and Wexler, who came >from Poland, near Vilna.

Thank you. I can be reached at bjepson@optonline.net.

Barbara Jepson


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Ukraine Mogilev #general

Barbara Jepson
 

I am researching the names and places of my fathers family. My
grandfather was Samuel Belinkie, who came >from Molgilev to NY, and later
to Bridgeport CT. My grandmother was Fannie Ginsberg. She and her
sister, Rebecca, married my grandfather and his brother, Henry. They
lived in the same house in Bridgeport.

I am looking for information about their earlier years in this country.

Other names are Gordon and Wexler, who came >from Poland, near Vilna.

Thank you. I can be reached at bjepson@optonline.net.

Barbara Jepson


Skola #general

Helene Kenvin <hekenvin@...>
 

Stuart Unger asked about his grandmother's home town of Skola, Austria.
It may be Skala, which was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire in 1900
(now Ukraine), when his grandmother was born there.

I suggest that he go to the JRI-Poland website (accessible >from the
Jewishgen home page) and check under Skala to see if he can find entries
with his grandmother's maiden name and perhaps even her birth record.

Helene Kenvin


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Skola #general

Helene Kenvin <hekenvin@...>
 

Stuart Unger asked about his grandmother's home town of Skola, Austria.
It may be Skala, which was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire in 1900
(now Ukraine), when his grandmother was born there.

I suggest that he go to the JRI-Poland website (accessible >from the
Jewishgen home page) and check under Skala to see if he can find entries
with his grandmother's maiden name and perhaps even her birth record.

Helene Kenvin


Re: Skole #galicia

Ilan Ganot <iganot@...>
 

Stuart Ungar teamungar@yahoo.com wrote:
My maternal grandmother was born in Skola Austria

Hello Stuart,

Skola may be identified with Skole. Skole belonged until WW-I to Eastern
Galicia, which belonged then to the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
After WW-I it belonged to the re-independent Poland, and after WW-II
became part of Western Ukraine.
Skole is situated at the following coordinates north of the Carpathian
Mountains: 49 deg 02' N, 23 deg 31' E, south-west of Stryj at the Stanislawow
province.

Additional information is available at the following JewishGen link:
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~shtetm~-1054189

Best regards,

Ilan Ganot,
Holon, Israel
Researching the SPIEGEL family >from Synowodzko Wyzne near Skole


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Skole #general

Ilan Ganot <iganot@...>
 

Stuart Ungar teamungar@yahoo.com wrote:
My maternal grandmother was born in Skola Austria

Hello Stuart,

Skola may be identified with Skole. Skole belonged until WW-I to Eastern
Galicia, which belonged then to the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
After WW-I it belonged to the re-independent Poland, and after WW-II
became part of Western Ukraine.
Skole is situated at the following coordinates north of the Carpathian
Mountains: 49 deg 02' N, 23 deg 31' E, south-west of Stryj at the Stanislawow
province.

Additional information is available at the following JewishGen link:
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~shtetm~-1054189

Best regards,

Ilan Ganot,
Holon, Israel
Researching the SPIEGEL family >from Synowodzko Wyzne near Skole


Re: Kibbutz Ein Gev #austria-czech

tcdb@...
 

Philip

Kibutz Ein Gev is alive and kicking... Last time I saw it was a week
ago. Still there.
Try this search
http://www.google.com/search?q=Ein-Gev
>from the Hotel/Camping/Restaurant sites you may find a connection
method.
For example FAX +972-4-6658000
Try this site for more links http://www.eingev.co.il/index.php?sid=3143&lang=he&act=page&id=15834
It is a small place and all know all, so writing the "tourist" people
may also be a good idea.
If you need help in Hebrew don't hesitate to write me.

Ilan Szekely, Motza Elite, Jerusalem, ISRAEL
tcdb@mac.com


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Kibbutz Ein Gev #austria-czech

tcdb@...
 

Philip

Kibutz Ein Gev is alive and kicking... Last time I saw it was a week
ago. Still there.
Try this search
http://www.google.com/search?q=Ein-Gev
>from the Hotel/Camping/Restaurant sites you may find a connection
method.
For example FAX +972-4-6658000
Try this site for more links http://www.eingev.co.il/index.php?sid=3143&lang=he&act=page&id=15834
It is a small place and all know all, so writing the "tourist" people
may also be a good idea.
If you need help in Hebrew don't hesitate to write me.

Ilan Szekely, Motza Elite, Jerusalem, ISRAEL
tcdb@mac.com


Re: 1793 Jewish census of Bohemia #austria-czech

celiamale@...
 

Daniela Torsh has announced that she is giving a talk about the 1793
Jewish census of Bohemia in Sydney this weekend. We hope it will be
well-attended and a great success. This census is a real gem.

As a result of Daniela's posting, a number of people have assumed this is
new data and have sent SIG members queries relating to this census.

Please search the Austria-Czech SIG message archives:
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~sigspop

with key words 1793 and/or census and you will find literally hundreds of
messages on this topic.

The Discussion Group also has messages referring to the census:
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~archives

Many of us have been using the census for years in our research, have
written about it and even talked about it in conferences.

I actually wrote the first SIG message on 11 Jun 2004 on the Adlers of
Arnitzgrun [Bohemia] in 1793, but Rabbi Marmorstein in NY had alluded to
the census as early as 1999, when it was not yet transcribed - see
1 Nov 1999 - Subject: Czech records/III.

The 1793 census would be my choice of "Desert Island books" and it certainly
is guaranteed to keep the brain in trim.

There are 80 pages of locations listed and the index of names occupies 140
pages. These location/names are expanded in six separate detailed volumes.

The message archives should always be one of the first ports of call in
research and before posting a message. For new members, please note that
you can always access the archives via the links at the bottom of our home
page: http://www.jewishgen.org/austriaczech/

Celia Male - London, U.K.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech re: 1793 Jewish census of Bohemia #austria-czech

celiamale@...
 

Daniela Torsh has announced that she is giving a talk about the 1793
Jewish census of Bohemia in Sydney this weekend. We hope it will be
well-attended and a great success. This census is a real gem.

As a result of Daniela's posting, a number of people have assumed this is
new data and have sent SIG members queries relating to this census.

Please search the Austria-Czech SIG message archives:
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~sigspop

with key words 1793 and/or census and you will find literally hundreds of
messages on this topic.

The Discussion Group also has messages referring to the census:
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~archives

Many of us have been using the census for years in our research, have
written about it and even talked about it in conferences.

I actually wrote the first SIG message on 11 Jun 2004 on the Adlers of
Arnitzgrun [Bohemia] in 1793, but Rabbi Marmorstein in NY had alluded to
the census as early as 1999, when it was not yet transcribed - see
1 Nov 1999 - Subject: Czech records/III.

The 1793 census would be my choice of "Desert Island books" and it certainly
is guaranteed to keep the brain in trim.

There are 80 pages of locations listed and the index of names occupies 140
pages. These location/names are expanded in six separate detailed volumes.

The message archives should always be one of the first ports of call in
research and before posting a message. For new members, please note that
you can always access the archives via the links at the bottom of our home
page: http://www.jewishgen.org/austriaczech/

Celia Male - London, U.K.


Skola, Austria #austria-czech

teamungar@...
 

Hi all,

I've made a great amount of progress on my father's side of the family tree and I have been feeling a bit
guilty lately about not knowing more on my mother's side! I know very little about my grandmother's birth
town (she always said very little and obviously there were great reasons for her leaving). So, here are my
questions:

My maternal grandmother was born in Skola Austria (as written on her Social Security Account application).

1) Where is Skola, Austria (or what is it now)?

2) Any idea how to find birth records and/or information on that town? Her supposed date of birth is
Dec 25th 1900 (but that is not necessarily a fact)!

3) Anyone have photographs of this area (past or present)?

4) Anyone have relatives >from that area as well?

5) Any information on Jewish cemeteries >from that town?

I really appreciate it. JewishGen has been such a blessing. I have already created two Shtetlink sites for a
couple Hungarian towns (my father's side) and that has been such a rewarding experience. Feel free to
email me at teamungar@yahoo.com.

Thank you,
Stuart Ungar


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Skola, Austria #austria-czech

teamungar@...
 

Hi all,

I've made a great amount of progress on my father's side of the family tree and I have been feeling a bit
guilty lately about not knowing more on my mother's side! I know very little about my grandmother's birth
town (she always said very little and obviously there were great reasons for her leaving). So, here are my
questions:

My maternal grandmother was born in Skola Austria (as written on her Social Security Account application).

1) Where is Skola, Austria (or what is it now)?

2) Any idea how to find birth records and/or information on that town? Her supposed date of birth is
Dec 25th 1900 (but that is not necessarily a fact)!

3) Anyone have photographs of this area (past or present)?

4) Anyone have relatives >from that area as well?

5) Any information on Jewish cemeteries >from that town?

I really appreciate it. JewishGen has been such a blessing. I have already created two Shtetlink sites for a
couple Hungarian towns (my father's side) and that has been such a rewarding experience. Feel free to
email me at teamungar@yahoo.com.

Thank you,
Stuart Ungar