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Research in Chile #latinamerica

Sergio G. Rosarios
 

I would very much appreciatte any information on the resources
available for Jewish Genealogical research in Chile, specially
arrival records for Inmigrants that dindt become citizens of Chile?
Thank you so much

Sergio G Rosarios
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Researching: ROSENBERG, Romania. SPITZER, Slovaquia. NAKHLISS,
Russia. ABRAMOVICH, Russia.


IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles Conference Registration is now LIVE! #latinamerica

JGSLA2010 Info
 

Registration for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now open!

Go to our website: http://www.jgsla2010.com and click on the
"Registration" tab to begin or go directly to this link:

https://www.goeshow.com/jgsla/IAJGS/2010/Registration.cfm

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles looks forward to
welcoming you to Los Angeles >from July 11 - 16 for an extraordinary
series of presentations by renowned scholars, archivists and research
specialists >from around the world. We'll also offer enlightening
films, methodology workshops, evening musical and dramatic
performances, and opportunities to network and schmooze with a
friendly, global community of Jewish genealogists. Our resource room
will be staffed by representatives >from the US Holocaust Memorial
Museum, the Shoah Foundation, the Steven Spielberg Visual History
Archive, the Jewish Genealogy Learning Center in Warsaw, and Yad
Vashem, ready to provide you with one-one-one assistance with your
research.

Right now you can sign up for SIG lunches and dinners.
Breakfast-with-the-Experts, Midnight with the Mavens, computer lab and
tour schedules coming soon. JW Marriott reservations are also open.

Anyone planning to arrive early can join us for two pre-conference,
all kosher, welcome dinners, with thought-provoking speakers and a
special Shabbat-friendly learning session on Kabbalah with author,
Arthur Kurzweil, on Saturday afternoon, July 10.

At the gala IAJGS awards banquet on Thursday, July 15, Canadian singer
Mitch Smolkin will perform "Rexite on the Radio: Live >from the Golden
Age of New York's Yiddish Broadcasts." He'll croon the songs of the
"Yiddish Frank Sinatra," accompanied by Russian concert pianist, Nina
Shapilksy. You'll experience classic Yiddish tunes along with the
great Broadway hits of the 20th century as they were heard on
thousands of radios across the country (in Yiddish!). You'll never
listen to Oklahoma the same way again.

The Call for Papers has just ended and we will announce the full
conference program and schedule in March, but until then there will be
sneak previews and coming attractions on website and via our
"Announcements Newsletter." If you haven't signed up for it yet, you
don't know what you're missing! Here's the link:
http://www.jgsla2010.com/about/sign-up-for-the-announcements-newsletter/

And remember to also subscribe to our newly-opened JewishGen
discussion group: Los Angeles 2010, where you can ask questions, get
answers, kvetch and kvell about what's in store for July:
http://www.lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

See you this summer!

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles
info@jgsla2010.com
http://www.jgsla2010.com


Latin America #LatinAmerica Research in Chile #latinamerica

Sergio G. Rosarios
 

I would very much appreciatte any information on the resources
available for Jewish Genealogical research in Chile, specially
arrival records for Inmigrants that dindt become citizens of Chile?
Thank you so much

Sergio G Rosarios
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Researching: ROSENBERG, Romania. SPITZER, Slovaquia. NAKHLISS,
Russia. ABRAMOVICH, Russia.


Latin America #LatinAmerica IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles Conference Registration is now LIVE! #latinamerica

JGSLA2010 Info
 

Registration for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now open!

Go to our website: http://www.jgsla2010.com and click on the
"Registration" tab to begin or go directly to this link:

https://www.goeshow.com/jgsla/IAJGS/2010/Registration.cfm

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles looks forward to
welcoming you to Los Angeles >from July 11 - 16 for an extraordinary
series of presentations by renowned scholars, archivists and research
specialists >from around the world. We'll also offer enlightening
films, methodology workshops, evening musical and dramatic
performances, and opportunities to network and schmooze with a
friendly, global community of Jewish genealogists. Our resource room
will be staffed by representatives >from the US Holocaust Memorial
Museum, the Shoah Foundation, the Steven Spielberg Visual History
Archive, the Jewish Genealogy Learning Center in Warsaw, and Yad
Vashem, ready to provide you with one-one-one assistance with your
research.

Right now you can sign up for SIG lunches and dinners.
Breakfast-with-the-Experts, Midnight with the Mavens, computer lab and
tour schedules coming soon. JW Marriott reservations are also open.

Anyone planning to arrive early can join us for two pre-conference,
all kosher, welcome dinners, with thought-provoking speakers and a
special Shabbat-friendly learning session on Kabbalah with author,
Arthur Kurzweil, on Saturday afternoon, July 10.

At the gala IAJGS awards banquet on Thursday, July 15, Canadian singer
Mitch Smolkin will perform "Rexite on the Radio: Live >from the Golden
Age of New York's Yiddish Broadcasts." He'll croon the songs of the
"Yiddish Frank Sinatra," accompanied by Russian concert pianist, Nina
Shapilksy. You'll experience classic Yiddish tunes along with the
great Broadway hits of the 20th century as they were heard on
thousands of radios across the country (in Yiddish!). You'll never
listen to Oklahoma the same way again.

The Call for Papers has just ended and we will announce the full
conference program and schedule in March, but until then there will be
sneak previews and coming attractions on website and via our
"Announcements Newsletter." If you haven't signed up for it yet, you
don't know what you're missing! Here's the link:
http://www.jgsla2010.com/about/sign-up-for-the-announcements-newsletter/

And remember to also subscribe to our newly-opened JewishGen
discussion group: Los Angeles 2010, where you can ask questions, get
answers, kvetch and kvell about what's in store for July:
http://www.lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

See you this summer!

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles
info@jgsla2010.com
http://www.jgsla2010.com


IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles Conference Registration is now LIVE! #germany #poland #danzig #gdansk

JGSLA2010 Info
 

Registration for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now open!

Go to our website: http://www.jgsla2010.com and click on the
"Registration" tab to begin or go directly to this link:

https://www.goeshow.com/jgsla/IAJGS/2010/Registration.cfm

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles looks forward to
welcoming you to Los Angeles >from July 11 - 16 for an extraordinary
series of presentations by renowned scholars, archivists and research
specialists >from around the world. We'll also offer enlightening
films, methodology workshops, evening musical and dramatic
performances, and opportunities to network and schmooze with a
friendly, global community of Jewish genealogists. Our resource room
will be staffed by representatives >from the US Holocaust Memorial
Museum, the Shoah Foundation, the Steven Spielberg Visual History
Archive, the Jewish Genealogy Learning Center in Warsaw, and Yad
Vashem, ready to provide you with one-one-one assistance with your
research.

Right now you can sign up for SIG lunches and dinners.
Breakfast-with-the-Experts, Midnight with the Mavens, computer lab and
tour schedules coming soon. JW Marriott reservations are also open.

Anyone planning to arrive early can join us for two pre-conference,
all kosher, welcome dinners, with thought-provoking speakers and a
special Shabbat-friendly learning session on Kabbalah with author,
Arthur Kurzweil, on Saturday afternoon, July 10.

At the gala IAJGS awards banquet on Thursday, July 15, Canadian singer
Mitch Smolkin will perform "Rexite on the Radio: Live >from the Golden
Age of New York's Yiddish Broadcasts." He'll croon the songs of the
"Yiddish Frank Sinatra," accompanied by Russian concert pianist, Nina
Shapilksy. You'll experience classic Yiddish tunes along with the
great Broadway hits of the 20th century as they were heard on
thousands of radios across the country (in Yiddish!). You'll never
listen to Oklahoma the same way again.

The Call for Papers has just ended and we will announce the full
conference program and schedule in March, but until then there will be
sneak previews and coming attractions on website and via our
"Announcements Newsletter." If you haven't signed up for it yet, you
don't know what you're missing! Here's the link:
http://www.jgsla2010.com/about/sign-up-for-the-announcements-newsletter/

And remember to also subscribe to our newly-opened JewishGen
discussion group: Los Angeles 2010, where you can ask questions, get
answers, kvetch and kvell about what's in store for July:
http://www.lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

See you this summer!

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles
info@jgsla2010.com
http://www.jgsla2010.com


IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles Conference Registration is now LIVE! #dna

JGSLA2010 Info
 

Registration for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now open!

Go to our website: http://www.jgsla2010.com and click on the
"Registration" tab to begin or go directly to this link:

https://www.goeshow.com/jgsla/IAJGS/2010/Registration.cfm

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles looks forward to
welcoming you to Los Angeles >from July 11 - 16 for an extraordinary
series of presentations by renowned scholars, archivists and research
specialists >from around the world. We'll also offer enlightening
films, methodology workshops, evening musical and dramatic
performances, and opportunities to network and schmooze with a
friendly, global community of Jewish genealogists. Our resource room
will be staffed by representatives >from the US Holocaust Memorial
Museum, the Shoah Foundation, the Steven Spielberg Visual History
Archive, the Jewish Genealogy Learning Center in Warsaw, and Yad
Vashem, ready to provide you with one-one-one assistance with your
research.

Right now you can sign up for SIG lunches and dinners.
Breakfast-with-the-Experts, Midnight with the Mavens, computer lab and
tour schedules coming soon. JW Marriott reservations are also open.

Anyone planning to arrive early can join us for two pre-conference,
all kosher, welcome dinners, with thought-provoking speakers and a
special Shabbat-friendly learning session on Kabbalah with author,
Arthur Kurzweil, on Saturday afternoon, July 10.

At the gala IAJGS awards banquet on Thursday, July 15, Canadian singer
Mitch Smolkin will perform "Rexite on the Radio: Live >from the Golden
Age of New York's Yiddish Broadcasts." He'll croon the songs of the
"Yiddish Frank Sinatra," accompanied by Russian concert pianist, Nina
Shapilksy. You'll experience classic Yiddish tunes along with the
great Broadway hits of the 20th century as they were heard on
thousands of radios across the country (in Yiddish!). You'll never
listen to Oklahoma the same way again.

The Call for Papers has just ended and we will announce the full
conference program and schedule in March, but until then there will be
sneak previews and coming attractions on website and via our
"Announcements Newsletter." If you haven't signed up for it yet, you
don't know what you're missing! Here's the link:
http://www.jgsla2010.com/about/sign-up-for-the-announcements-newsletter/

And remember to also subscribe to our newly-opened JewishGen
discussion group: Los Angeles 2010, where you can ask questions, get
answers, kvetch and kvell about what's in store for July:
http://www.lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

See you this summer!

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles
info@jgsla2010.com
http://www.jgsla2010.com


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles Conference Registration is now LIVE! #germany #poland #danzig #gdansk

JGSLA2010 Info
 

Registration for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now open!

Go to our website: http://www.jgsla2010.com and click on the
"Registration" tab to begin or go directly to this link:

https://www.goeshow.com/jgsla/IAJGS/2010/Registration.cfm

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles looks forward to
welcoming you to Los Angeles >from July 11 - 16 for an extraordinary
series of presentations by renowned scholars, archivists and research
specialists >from around the world. We'll also offer enlightening
films, methodology workshops, evening musical and dramatic
performances, and opportunities to network and schmooze with a
friendly, global community of Jewish genealogists. Our resource room
will be staffed by representatives >from the US Holocaust Memorial
Museum, the Shoah Foundation, the Steven Spielberg Visual History
Archive, the Jewish Genealogy Learning Center in Warsaw, and Yad
Vashem, ready to provide you with one-one-one assistance with your
research.

Right now you can sign up for SIG lunches and dinners.
Breakfast-with-the-Experts, Midnight with the Mavens, computer lab and
tour schedules coming soon. JW Marriott reservations are also open.

Anyone planning to arrive early can join us for two pre-conference,
all kosher, welcome dinners, with thought-provoking speakers and a
special Shabbat-friendly learning session on Kabbalah with author,
Arthur Kurzweil, on Saturday afternoon, July 10.

At the gala IAJGS awards banquet on Thursday, July 15, Canadian singer
Mitch Smolkin will perform "Rexite on the Radio: Live >from the Golden
Age of New York's Yiddish Broadcasts." He'll croon the songs of the
"Yiddish Frank Sinatra," accompanied by Russian concert pianist, Nina
Shapilksy. You'll experience classic Yiddish tunes along with the
great Broadway hits of the 20th century as they were heard on
thousands of radios across the country (in Yiddish!). You'll never
listen to Oklahoma the same way again.

The Call for Papers has just ended and we will announce the full
conference program and schedule in March, but until then there will be
sneak previews and coming attractions on website and via our
"Announcements Newsletter." If you haven't signed up for it yet, you
don't know what you're missing! Here's the link:
http://www.jgsla2010.com/about/sign-up-for-the-announcements-newsletter/

And remember to also subscribe to our newly-opened JewishGen
discussion group: Los Angeles 2010, where you can ask questions, get
answers, kvetch and kvell about what's in store for July:
http://www.lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

See you this summer!

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles
info@jgsla2010.com
http://www.jgsla2010.com


DNA Research #DNA IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles Conference Registration is now LIVE! #dna

JGSLA2010 Info
 

Registration for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now open!

Go to our website: http://www.jgsla2010.com and click on the
"Registration" tab to begin or go directly to this link:

https://www.goeshow.com/jgsla/IAJGS/2010/Registration.cfm

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles looks forward to
welcoming you to Los Angeles >from July 11 - 16 for an extraordinary
series of presentations by renowned scholars, archivists and research
specialists >from around the world. We'll also offer enlightening
films, methodology workshops, evening musical and dramatic
performances, and opportunities to network and schmooze with a
friendly, global community of Jewish genealogists. Our resource room
will be staffed by representatives >from the US Holocaust Memorial
Museum, the Shoah Foundation, the Steven Spielberg Visual History
Archive, the Jewish Genealogy Learning Center in Warsaw, and Yad
Vashem, ready to provide you with one-one-one assistance with your
research.

Right now you can sign up for SIG lunches and dinners.
Breakfast-with-the-Experts, Midnight with the Mavens, computer lab and
tour schedules coming soon. JW Marriott reservations are also open.

Anyone planning to arrive early can join us for two pre-conference,
all kosher, welcome dinners, with thought-provoking speakers and a
special Shabbat-friendly learning session on Kabbalah with author,
Arthur Kurzweil, on Saturday afternoon, July 10.

At the gala IAJGS awards banquet on Thursday, July 15, Canadian singer
Mitch Smolkin will perform "Rexite on the Radio: Live >from the Golden
Age of New York's Yiddish Broadcasts." He'll croon the songs of the
"Yiddish Frank Sinatra," accompanied by Russian concert pianist, Nina
Shapilksy. You'll experience classic Yiddish tunes along with the
great Broadway hits of the 20th century as they were heard on
thousands of radios across the country (in Yiddish!). You'll never
listen to Oklahoma the same way again.

The Call for Papers has just ended and we will announce the full
conference program and schedule in March, but until then there will be
sneak previews and coming attractions on website and via our
"Announcements Newsletter." If you haven't signed up for it yet, you
don't know what you're missing! Here's the link:
http://www.jgsla2010.com/about/sign-up-for-the-announcements-newsletter/

And remember to also subscribe to our newly-opened JewishGen
discussion group: Los Angeles 2010, where you can ask questions, get
answers, kvetch and kvell about what's in store for July:
http://www.lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

See you this summer!

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles
info@jgsla2010.com
http://www.jgsla2010.com


IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles Conference Registration is now LIVE! #yiddish

bounce-1966174-772983@...
 

Registration for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now open!

Go to our website: http://www.jgsla2010.com and click on the
"Registration" tab to begin or go directly to this link:

https://www.goeshow.com/jgsla/IAJGS/2010/Registration.cfm

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles looks forward to
welcoming you to Los Angeles >from July 11 - 16 for an extraordinary
series of presentations by renowned scholars, archivists and research
specialists >from around the world. We'll also offer enlightening
films, methodology workshops, evening musical and dramatic
performances, and opportunities to network and schmooze with a
friendly, global community of Jewish genealogists. Our resource room
will be staffed by representatives >from the US Holocaust Memorial
Museum, the Shoah Foundation, the Steven Spielberg Visual History
Archive, the Jewish Genealogy Learning Center in Warsaw, and Yad
Vashem, ready to provide you with one-one-one assistance with your
research.

Right now you can sign up for SIG lunches and dinners.
Breakfast-with-the-Experts, Midnight with the Mavens, computer lab and
tour schedules coming soon. JW Marriott reservations are also open.

Anyone planning to arrive early can join us for two pre-conference,
all kosher, welcome dinners, with thought-provoking speakers and a
special Shabbat-friendly learning session on Kabbalah with author,
Arthur Kurzweil, on Saturday afternoon, July 10.

At the gala IAJGS awards banquet on Thursday, July 15, Canadian singer
Mitch Smolkin will perform "Rexite on the Radio: Live >from the Golden
Age of New York's Yiddish Broadcasts." He'll croon the songs of the
"Yiddish Frank Sinatra," accompanied by Russian concert pianist, Nina
Shapilksy. You'll experience classic Yiddish tunes along with the
great Broadway hits of the 20th century as they were heard on
thousands of radios across the country (in Yiddish!). You'll never
listen to Oklahoma the same way again.

The Call for Papers has just ended and we will announce the full
conference program and schedule in March, but until then there will be
sneak previews and coming attractions on website and via our
"Announcements Newsletter." If you haven't signed up for it yet, you
don't know what you're missing! Here's the link:
http://www.jgsla2010.com/about/sign-up-for-the-announcements-newsletter/

And remember to also subscribe to our newly-opened JewishGen
discussion group: Los Angeles 2010, where you can ask questions, get
answers, kvetch and kvell about what's in store for July:
http://www.lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

See you this summer!

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles
info@jgsla2010.com
http://www.jgsla2010.com


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles Conference Registration is now LIVE! #yiddish

bounce-1966174-772983@...
 

Registration for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now open!

Go to our website: http://www.jgsla2010.com and click on the
"Registration" tab to begin or go directly to this link:

https://www.goeshow.com/jgsla/IAJGS/2010/Registration.cfm

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles looks forward to
welcoming you to Los Angeles >from July 11 - 16 for an extraordinary
series of presentations by renowned scholars, archivists and research
specialists >from around the world. We'll also offer enlightening
films, methodology workshops, evening musical and dramatic
performances, and opportunities to network and schmooze with a
friendly, global community of Jewish genealogists. Our resource room
will be staffed by representatives >from the US Holocaust Memorial
Museum, the Shoah Foundation, the Steven Spielberg Visual History
Archive, the Jewish Genealogy Learning Center in Warsaw, and Yad
Vashem, ready to provide you with one-one-one assistance with your
research.

Right now you can sign up for SIG lunches and dinners.
Breakfast-with-the-Experts, Midnight with the Mavens, computer lab and
tour schedules coming soon. JW Marriott reservations are also open.

Anyone planning to arrive early can join us for two pre-conference,
all kosher, welcome dinners, with thought-provoking speakers and a
special Shabbat-friendly learning session on Kabbalah with author,
Arthur Kurzweil, on Saturday afternoon, July 10.

At the gala IAJGS awards banquet on Thursday, July 15, Canadian singer
Mitch Smolkin will perform "Rexite on the Radio: Live >from the Golden
Age of New York's Yiddish Broadcasts." He'll croon the songs of the
"Yiddish Frank Sinatra," accompanied by Russian concert pianist, Nina
Shapilksy. You'll experience classic Yiddish tunes along with the
great Broadway hits of the 20th century as they were heard on
thousands of radios across the country (in Yiddish!). You'll never
listen to Oklahoma the same way again.

The Call for Papers has just ended and we will announce the full
conference program and schedule in March, but until then there will be
sneak previews and coming attractions on website and via our
"Announcements Newsletter." If you haven't signed up for it yet, you
don't know what you're missing! Here's the link:
http://www.jgsla2010.com/about/sign-up-for-the-announcements-newsletter/

And remember to also subscribe to our newly-opened JewishGen
discussion group: Los Angeles 2010, where you can ask questions, get
answers, kvetch and kvell about what's in store for July:
http://www.lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

See you this summer!

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles
info@jgsla2010.com
http://www.jgsla2010.com


KLETZ, AMSCHEJEWITZ #general

Chaim freedman
 

Seeking information about

1) Rabbi Tobias KLETZ Assistant Khazan and Shokhet, New Synagogue, Manchester,
England. Died 1909. Related to Epstein family, descended >from a sister of the
Vilna Gaon.

2) Rabbi Asher AMSCHEJEWITZ , Ramsgate and London.

Chaim Freedman
Petah Tikvah, Israel
email chaimjan@zahav.net.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KLETZ, AMSCHEJEWITZ #general

Chaim freedman
 

Seeking information about

1) Rabbi Tobias KLETZ Assistant Khazan and Shokhet, New Synagogue, Manchester,
England. Died 1909. Related to Epstein family, descended >from a sister of the
Vilna Gaon.

2) Rabbi Asher AMSCHEJEWITZ , Ramsgate and London.

Chaim Freedman
Petah Tikvah, Israel
email chaimjan@zahav.net.il


Looking for the Family of Manny Brooks #general

Fred Selss
 

I am looking for the family of Manny Brooks,( who was also known as Jochaim Brock,
Brok, Emanuel Brooks and Mannie Brooks) who immigrated >from Golub-Dobrzyn in 1912.
His parents were Abraham Joseph Brok and Rae Marion (Ruckel)(Utczywaik) Owajak who
were married circa 1877. Manny was my wife's Grandfather. He owned a business
that made ladies hats and Camp Raliegh in Livingston Manor. He was married to
Sophie Oscheyack in 1913, NY, They had 3 children Lester, Arnold and Merle all
deceased. Manny Brooks who brought his brothers-in-laws, sister-in law and nieces
and nephews >from Golub-Dobrzyn,Poland to NY between 1921-1923 saved all 21 of them
from the Holocaust which wiped out Dobrzyn,I have akready looked through Poland
Records Indexing and I also have all of their Passenger Records and Census of 1930
Records and then I lose them. I am looking for the decendents of the following
people so that I can connect with my wife's grandfather's family.

Manny's brother-in-law-arrived first on the SS Susquehanna >from Danzig to NY on
Nov. 3 1920 HERTZ BLUM (changed to Max Blum)( born 1874) arrived with daughters
Golda Rifka(born 1902) and Biny (born 1903 (name changed to Betty). He was a
shoemaker and by 1930 lived in the Bronx. He was married in Golub-Dobrzyn to wife
Leja name changed to Leah Bloom (born 1878) in 1894. She and their daughters
arrived SS Caponic >from Danzig Sept 5 1923. Daughters names were changed by 1930
Cesus >from Szewa to Sholin (born 1907) , >from Chasa to Helene (born 1913), >from
Ita to Edna (born 1915) and >from Rochel Marja to Muriel (born 1919). I think
Muriel married Lee Sieler and had a daughter Madeline and a son. They lived on
Long Island, NY. This family may also have family in Chicago, IL and Miami, FL.
Because they are all girls I am having difficulty in tracing them.

His other brother-in-law was a Rabbi Hertz Gabjer (Rabbi Harry Gaiber)( Yarber) who
became Rabbi in Plattsburgh, NY before moving to the Bronx between 1923-1930.
Rabbi Gaiber arrived in NY on the SS Kasiren Auguste Victoria >from Liverpool,
Engalnd on Jan 10, 1921. His married in 1905 to Manny's sister Hendel (born 1886).
She changed her name to Helen and died about 1942 in US. She and her children all
came on the SS Caponic with the rest of the family mentioned above. Their children
were: Szoel (born Jan 31 1908) who changed it to Seymour Gaiber and died Dec 1963.
Chawa who changed her name to Evelyn and was born 1912. Israel who was born 1913
and changed his name to Emmanuel and died March 25, 1946, NY. Abraham Jozef (born
March 4 1916) who changed his name to Joseph Gaiber and died Feb 17 1988, Rockland
County, NY and Ruchia Marjem Gaiber (born 1919) who changed her name to Muriel or
Marion Rachel and might have moved to MA.

Manny's brother Icek Brook arrived on the SS Canada to Portland Maine >from
Liverpool on March 27,921 and was helped by HIAS Boston. His birth name in
Golub-Dobrzyn was Szlowa Itzik Brok. He was born in 1894. He died Nov 22 1956 in
Manhattan. He was a photographer but by 1930 worked as a hat blocker. His wife and
children all came on the SS Caponic with the others on Sept 5 1923. His wife was
named Bajia Brok. This was later changed to Betty. She was born in 1893 and they
were married in 1910. She was also a photographer. Their children were: Faija
who changed her name to Frances (born 1916) Abram Josef Brok who changed his name
to Jerome or Jerry Brooks (born 1917). ( He married and had a son Fred Brooks.)
Miriam who changed her name to Muriel Brooks( born 1918) and Ruth Brooks born 1926
in NY Icek was also known as Sol Brooks and Saul Brooks and his Yiddish name was
Yitzchzk Shlomo.

If you can help me trace any of these families I would appreciate it.
Fred Selss
Palm Beach County Florida

Searching: Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Rockland County, Livingston Manor,
Plattsburgh , New York Chicago, IL, Miami, FL Golub-Dobrzyn,Prussia now Poland:
BROK, BROCK. BROOKS, UTCYZWIAK, UTCYWIAK. OSCHEYACK, OSHEYACK, OWAJAK, BLUM,
BLOOM.GAIBER, YARBER, GRONER, LITCHENFELT. BYSWOWSWERDER


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for the Family of Manny Brooks #general

Fred Selss
 

I am looking for the family of Manny Brooks,( who was also known as Jochaim Brock,
Brok, Emanuel Brooks and Mannie Brooks) who immigrated >from Golub-Dobrzyn in 1912.
His parents were Abraham Joseph Brok and Rae Marion (Ruckel)(Utczywaik) Owajak who
were married circa 1877. Manny was my wife's Grandfather. He owned a business
that made ladies hats and Camp Raliegh in Livingston Manor. He was married to
Sophie Oscheyack in 1913, NY, They had 3 children Lester, Arnold and Merle all
deceased. Manny Brooks who brought his brothers-in-laws, sister-in law and nieces
and nephews >from Golub-Dobrzyn,Poland to NY between 1921-1923 saved all 21 of them
from the Holocaust which wiped out Dobrzyn,I have akready looked through Poland
Records Indexing and I also have all of their Passenger Records and Census of 1930
Records and then I lose them. I am looking for the decendents of the following
people so that I can connect with my wife's grandfather's family.

Manny's brother-in-law-arrived first on the SS Susquehanna >from Danzig to NY on
Nov. 3 1920 HERTZ BLUM (changed to Max Blum)( born 1874) arrived with daughters
Golda Rifka(born 1902) and Biny (born 1903 (name changed to Betty). He was a
shoemaker and by 1930 lived in the Bronx. He was married in Golub-Dobrzyn to wife
Leja name changed to Leah Bloom (born 1878) in 1894. She and their daughters
arrived SS Caponic >from Danzig Sept 5 1923. Daughters names were changed by 1930
Cesus >from Szewa to Sholin (born 1907) , >from Chasa to Helene (born 1913), >from
Ita to Edna (born 1915) and >from Rochel Marja to Muriel (born 1919). I think
Muriel married Lee Sieler and had a daughter Madeline and a son. They lived on
Long Island, NY. This family may also have family in Chicago, IL and Miami, FL.
Because they are all girls I am having difficulty in tracing them.

His other brother-in-law was a Rabbi Hertz Gabjer (Rabbi Harry Gaiber)( Yarber) who
became Rabbi in Plattsburgh, NY before moving to the Bronx between 1923-1930.
Rabbi Gaiber arrived in NY on the SS Kasiren Auguste Victoria >from Liverpool,
Engalnd on Jan 10, 1921. His married in 1905 to Manny's sister Hendel (born 1886).
She changed her name to Helen and died about 1942 in US. She and her children all
came on the SS Caponic with the rest of the family mentioned above. Their children
were: Szoel (born Jan 31 1908) who changed it to Seymour Gaiber and died Dec 1963.
Chawa who changed her name to Evelyn and was born 1912. Israel who was born 1913
and changed his name to Emmanuel and died March 25, 1946, NY. Abraham Jozef (born
March 4 1916) who changed his name to Joseph Gaiber and died Feb 17 1988, Rockland
County, NY and Ruchia Marjem Gaiber (born 1919) who changed her name to Muriel or
Marion Rachel and might have moved to MA.

Manny's brother Icek Brook arrived on the SS Canada to Portland Maine >from
Liverpool on March 27,921 and was helped by HIAS Boston. His birth name in
Golub-Dobrzyn was Szlowa Itzik Brok. He was born in 1894. He died Nov 22 1956 in
Manhattan. He was a photographer but by 1930 worked as a hat blocker. His wife and
children all came on the SS Caponic with the others on Sept 5 1923. His wife was
named Bajia Brok. This was later changed to Betty. She was born in 1893 and they
were married in 1910. She was also a photographer. Their children were: Faija
who changed her name to Frances (born 1916) Abram Josef Brok who changed his name
to Jerome or Jerry Brooks (born 1917). ( He married and had a son Fred Brooks.)
Miriam who changed her name to Muriel Brooks( born 1918) and Ruth Brooks born 1926
in NY Icek was also known as Sol Brooks and Saul Brooks and his Yiddish name was
Yitzchzk Shlomo.

If you can help me trace any of these families I would appreciate it.
Fred Selss
Palm Beach County Florida

Searching: Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Rockland County, Livingston Manor,
Plattsburgh , New York Chicago, IL, Miami, FL Golub-Dobrzyn,Prussia now Poland:
BROK, BROCK. BROOKS, UTCYZWIAK, UTCYWIAK. OSCHEYACK, OSHEYACK, OWAJAK, BLUM,
BLOOM.GAIBER, YARBER, GRONER, LITCHENFELT. BYSWOWSWERDER


Pictures of Chust #general

AHS Institute
 

Does anyone have or know where I can find photos of Chust (Khust,Huszt) >from the
1920's-40's? Preferably I would like to get scanned images (300 dpi or better). I am
also looking for photos of houses near the theater. One family I am trying to collect
info for lived near the theater.
Thanks
Bob Frankel

Searching for FALIBAUM and FRANKEL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Pictures of Chust #general

AHS Institute
 

Does anyone have or know where I can find photos of Chust (Khust,Huszt) >from the
1920's-40's? Preferably I would like to get scanned images (300 dpi or better). I am
also looking for photos of houses near the theater. One family I am trying to collect
info for lived near the theater.
Thanks
Bob Frankel

Searching for FALIBAUM and FRANKEL


Polish-English Translation Request #galicia

Brian Stern <brians99@...>
 

Hi All,

I have a birth record on viewmate >from Zolkiew 1897 that is in
Polish. I can read the birth date and parent's names but I'd
appreciate a translation of the the father's profession and the
mother's description and general comments.

The viewmate numbers are 14419, and 14420.

These are the direct links:

<http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=14419>

<http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=14420>

Thanks,

--
Brian Stern
brians99@bellsouth.net


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Polish-English Translation Request #galicia

Brian Stern <brians99@...>
 

Hi All,

I have a birth record on viewmate >from Zolkiew 1897 that is in
Polish. I can read the birth date and parent's names but I'd
appreciate a translation of the the father's profession and the
mother's description and general comments.

The viewmate numbers are 14419, and 14420.

These are the direct links:

<http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=14419>

<http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=14420>

Thanks,

--
Brian Stern
brians99@bellsouth.net


IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles Conference Registration is now LIVE! #scandinavia

bounce-1966174-792486@...
 

Registration for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now open!

Go to our website: http://www.jgsla2010.com and click on the
"Registration" tab to begin or go directly to this link:

https://www.goeshow.com/jgsla/IAJGS/2010/Registration.cfm

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles looks forward to
welcoming you to Los Angeles >from July 11 - 16 for an extraordinary
series of presentations by renowned scholars, archivists and research
specialists >from around the world. We'll also offer enlightening
films, methodology workshops, evening musical and dramatic
performances, and opportunities to network and schmooze with a
friendly, global community of Jewish genealogists. Our resource room
will be staffed by representatives >from the US Holocaust Memorial
Museum, the Shoah Foundation, the Steven Spielberg Visual History
Archive, the Jewish Genealogy Learning Center in Warsaw, and Yad
Vashem, ready to provide you with one-one-one assistance with your
research.

Right now you can sign up for SIG lunches and dinners.
Breakfast-with-the-Experts, Midnight with the Mavens, computer lab and
tour schedules coming soon. JW Marriott reservations are also open.

Anyone planning to arrive early can join us for two pre-conference,
all kosher, welcome dinners, with thought-provoking speakers and a
special Shabbat-friendly learning session on Kabbalah with author,
Arthur Kurzweil, on Saturday afternoon, July 10.

At the gala IAJGS awards banquet on Thursday, July 15, Canadian singer
Mitch Smolkin will perform "Rexite on the Radio: Live >from the Golden
Age of New York's Yiddish Broadcasts." He'll croon the songs of the
"Yiddish Frank Sinatra," accompanied by Russian concert pianist, Nina
Shapilksy. You'll experience classic Yiddish tunes along with the
great Broadway hits of the 20th century as they were heard on
thousands of radios across the country (in Yiddish!). You'll never
listen to Oklahoma the same way again.

The Call for Papers has just ended and we will announce the full
conference program and schedule in March, but until then there will be
sneak previews and coming attractions on website and via our
"Announcements Newsletter." If you haven't signed up for it yet, you
don't know what you're missing! Here's the link:
http://www.jgsla2010.com/about/sign-up-for-the-announcements-newsletter/

And remember to also subscribe to our newly-opened JewishGen
discussion group: Los Angeles 2010, where you can ask questions, get
answers, kvetch and kvell about what's in store for July:
http://www.lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

See you this summer!

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles
info@jgsla2010.com
http://www.jgsla2010.com


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles Conference Registration is now LIVE! #scandinavia

bounce-1966174-792486@...
 

Registration for the 30th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy is now open!

Go to our website: http://www.jgsla2010.com and click on the
"Registration" tab to begin or go directly to this link:

https://www.goeshow.com/jgsla/IAJGS/2010/Registration.cfm

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles looks forward to
welcoming you to Los Angeles >from July 11 - 16 for an extraordinary
series of presentations by renowned scholars, archivists and research
specialists >from around the world. We'll also offer enlightening
films, methodology workshops, evening musical and dramatic
performances, and opportunities to network and schmooze with a
friendly, global community of Jewish genealogists. Our resource room
will be staffed by representatives >from the US Holocaust Memorial
Museum, the Shoah Foundation, the Steven Spielberg Visual History
Archive, the Jewish Genealogy Learning Center in Warsaw, and Yad
Vashem, ready to provide you with one-one-one assistance with your
research.

Right now you can sign up for SIG lunches and dinners.
Breakfast-with-the-Experts, Midnight with the Mavens, computer lab and
tour schedules coming soon. JW Marriott reservations are also open.

Anyone planning to arrive early can join us for two pre-conference,
all kosher, welcome dinners, with thought-provoking speakers and a
special Shabbat-friendly learning session on Kabbalah with author,
Arthur Kurzweil, on Saturday afternoon, July 10.

At the gala IAJGS awards banquet on Thursday, July 15, Canadian singer
Mitch Smolkin will perform "Rexite on the Radio: Live >from the Golden
Age of New York's Yiddish Broadcasts." He'll croon the songs of the
"Yiddish Frank Sinatra," accompanied by Russian concert pianist, Nina
Shapilksy. You'll experience classic Yiddish tunes along with the
great Broadway hits of the 20th century as they were heard on
thousands of radios across the country (in Yiddish!). You'll never
listen to Oklahoma the same way again.

The Call for Papers has just ended and we will announce the full
conference program and schedule in March, but until then there will be
sneak previews and coming attractions on website and via our
"Announcements Newsletter." If you haven't signed up for it yet, you
don't know what you're missing! Here's the link:
http://www.jgsla2010.com/about/sign-up-for-the-announcements-newsletter/

And remember to also subscribe to our newly-opened JewishGen
discussion group: Los Angeles 2010, where you can ask questions, get
answers, kvetch and kvell about what's in store for July:
http://www.lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager

See you this summer!

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair IAJGS 2010 Los Angeles
info@jgsla2010.com
http://www.jgsla2010.com