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TEDESCHE-Jewish immigrants travelling from London to Ohio in 1850 #usa

Dottie Miller
 

Joe-

Rabbi TEDESCHE confirmed my mother at Temple Beth-El in San Antonio, Texas
around 1920. My father was his successor's successor. You may find more
about his genealogy by writing the Temple Beth-El Bendiner Library in San
Antonio http://www.beth-elsa.org/BendinerLibrary.htm , the libraries of
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
http://huc.edu/libraries/
and the Leo Baeck Institute http://www.lbi.org/library.html. Good luck!

Dottie J. Miller San Antonio, TX


Early American SIG #USA TEDESCHE-Jewish immigrants travelling from London to Ohio in 1850 #usa

Dottie Miller
 

Joe-

Rabbi TEDESCHE confirmed my mother at Temple Beth-El in San Antonio, Texas
around 1920. My father was his successor's successor. You may find more
about his genealogy by writing the Temple Beth-El Bendiner Library in San
Antonio http://www.beth-elsa.org/BendinerLibrary.htm , the libraries of
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
http://huc.edu/libraries/
and the Leo Baeck Institute http://www.lbi.org/library.html. Good luck!

Dottie J. Miller San Antonio, TX


The Birthplace #lithuania

Anatolij Chayesh <chayesh@...>
 

From: paulettebron
"In the 1887 Belarus and Lithuanian Census and Family Lists my family
was located in Salakas, Zarasai, Kaunas but my grandfather was
"registered in Vidzy volostj". There are no similar notations for other
family members on the list. Can I assume that my grandfather was born
in Vidzy?"

The place of registration and the birthplace coincide not always.
Many mothers went often to give birth there where there was their
mother, that is the grandmother of the future child.
Registration of the newborn occured in a place of his birth,
that is there where there lived the grandmother.
Other variant if the father of the child after his birth has passed >from
one place of registration in other place. Such transition demanded the
sanction >from an old and new society, but such sanction could be
received if very to try. Registration of the person mismatched a
place of his birth in both these cases.

Anatolij Chayesh
St. Petersburg, Russia


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania The Birthplace #lithuania

Anatolij Chayesh <chayesh@...>
 

From: paulettebron
"In the 1887 Belarus and Lithuanian Census and Family Lists my family
was located in Salakas, Zarasai, Kaunas but my grandfather was
"registered in Vidzy volostj". There are no similar notations for other
family members on the list. Can I assume that my grandfather was born
in Vidzy?"

The place of registration and the birthplace coincide not always.
Many mothers went often to give birth there where there was their
mother, that is the grandmother of the future child.
Registration of the newborn occured in a place of his birth,
that is there where there lived the grandmother.
Other variant if the father of the child after his birth has passed >from
one place of registration in other place. Such transition demanded the
sanction >from an old and new society, but such sanction could be
received if very to try. Registration of the person mismatched a
place of his birth in both these cases.

Anatolij Chayesh
St. Petersburg, Russia


Re: Question about denial of US petition for naturalization #general

Leslie Weinberg <lbw50@...>
 

On my grandfather's naturalization papers, it shows an earlier date
at which time he was turned down for naturalization due to a "prior"
conviction". I have tried to find out what that was all about, to no avail.

Janette wrote:
I received in today's mail >from NARA, 3 pages dealing with an
application (there is no actual declaration of intent of application
for naturalization such as I have seen in other files) >from 1904.
snip..

Leslie Weinberg
lbw50@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Question about denial of US petition for naturalization #general

Leslie Weinberg <lbw50@...>
 

On my grandfather's naturalization papers, it shows an earlier date
at which time he was turned down for naturalization due to a "prior"
conviction". I have tried to find out what that was all about, to no avail.

Janette wrote:
I received in today's mail >from NARA, 3 pages dealing with an
application (there is no actual declaration of intent of application
for naturalization such as I have seen in other files) >from 1904.
snip..

Leslie Weinberg
lbw50@...


Contact Information for REICHMANs in Baltimore #general

Marcy Greene
 

Just wondering if anyone remembers a Larry Alan Reichman who died in
Baltimore,Maryland on September 5th 1997,Ruth Reichman who died in Baltimore
on September 10th 2001 and Oscar Reichman who also died in Baltimore on
January 11th 1980.Recently,I was told by a person who came >from
Tavrig,Lithuania that a cousin of my grandfather's moved to Baltimore
before the Germans came in 1941 thus escaping the Holocaust.Unfortunaely,
when I called Directory Assistance in Baltimore to see if I could find any
Reichmans living in the Baltimore area,I was told by the operator that
there were none.I am hoping to find someone who knew any of the above
mentioned Reichmans who may be able to put me in contact with any of
their immediate family, to see if we are related.I am hoping to speak with
someone who might be able to tell me more about the fate of my Reichman family
most of whom perished in Tavrig,Lithuania during the Holocaust.
All three Reichmans Larry,Ruth and Oscar are buried in the United Hebrew
Cemetary in Baltimore.Any help would be greatly appreciated.Thank you everybody
for taking the time to read my e-mail and looking forward to hearing >from you.
All the best,David Feder
St.John's, Newfoundland,Canada


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Contact Information for REICHMANs in Baltimore #general

Marcy Greene
 

Just wondering if anyone remembers a Larry Alan Reichman who died in
Baltimore,Maryland on September 5th 1997,Ruth Reichman who died in Baltimore
on September 10th 2001 and Oscar Reichman who also died in Baltimore on
January 11th 1980.Recently,I was told by a person who came >from
Tavrig,Lithuania that a cousin of my grandfather's moved to Baltimore
before the Germans came in 1941 thus escaping the Holocaust.Unfortunaely,
when I called Directory Assistance in Baltimore to see if I could find any
Reichmans living in the Baltimore area,I was told by the operator that
there were none.I am hoping to find someone who knew any of the above
mentioned Reichmans who may be able to put me in contact with any of
their immediate family, to see if we are related.I am hoping to speak with
someone who might be able to tell me more about the fate of my Reichman family
most of whom perished in Tavrig,Lithuania during the Holocaust.
All three Reichmans Larry,Ruth and Oscar are buried in the United Hebrew
Cemetary in Baltimore.Any help would be greatly appreciated.Thank you everybody
for taking the time to read my e-mail and looking forward to hearing >from you.
All the best,David Feder
St.John's, Newfoundland,Canada


Re: Access to Israel Divorce Records from 1950s? #galicia

Rivka Schirman <capitetes@...>
 

On 21 Jan. 11 Marla Raucher Osborn wrote :

I recently obtained Julia's 1934 Aliyah Passport and am thrilled.
However, a new mystery: her passport was issued in her married
name of Julia TEICHMAN. News to the family that she ever
married!
This is just a hunch, but it might be worthwhile checking - the
early 1930's was the peak of a very particular system or mode of
aliyah - "white marriage certificate" aliyah. Eretz Yisrali guys
married, sometimes in person and sometimes through 'shaliach'
(a religious Jewish possibility to arrange marriage through
rabbinical mandate) Polish Jewish girls. Through marriage, the
wife automatically became spouse of a resident of Mandatory
Palestine, hence a British subject, consequently automatically
eligible for a legal aliyah certificate for "Ichud Mishpachot (family
unification?). Once in Eretz Yisrael, the couples divorced. For
most of them, the divorce ceremony was the first (and the last)
time they ever saw each other.

This would explain most of the mysteries: why no in the family
knew she was married and why, on one hand she once was
legally registered in Mandatory Palestine under her married name
but on her Israeli passport and immigration papers to the US she
was back to her original name of HORN (I presume, and again it
is only a hunch, but I think it is a good working hypothesis here
again, that is the death certificate mentions HORN, that this was
her legal name, meaning this is the name she came with to the
USA, meaning this is the name on her Israeli passport and on her
immigration papers for the US).

Now, if my hunch is correct, the marriage was registered in
Mandatory Palestine and not in Poland, it was added on Julia's
Polish record because it was recognized as legal by the Polish
State, but it was not celebrated thus not registered in Poland.
What I think you need to look for is Julia Teichman nee Horn
aliyah records, which are in Israel - these should, I should think,
bear information on her husband, because he would have been,
probably (but not sure) the person to file the request for aliyah
certificate for his wife, but even if not, i should think the aliyah
certificate should mention his name. With his name, you can try
and trace the marriage date and the divorce date. Unless all this
information (birth, marriage, aliyah, divorce, emigration) becomes
available to you as next of kin through the services of Ministry of
interior or The archives of the Zionist organization. The first is
available online but you will need Julia's Israeli id number. The
second I'm not sure what part of the services are online and what
not, but the Israel Genealogy Society will be of much greater and
more specific assistance here.

Now, if my hunch reveal correct and you do find something, will
you let me know, just for the kicks.

Best of luck,

Rivka

Rivka Schirman nee Moscisker
Paris, France
Searching: MOSCISKER >from Brody, Budzynin, Buczacz, Okopy
Szwietej Trojce, Krakow, Lwow), WEISSMANN and REINSTEIN >from
Okopy Szwietej Trojce (Borszczow, Tarnopol)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Access to Israel Divorce Records from 1950s? #galicia

Rivka Schirman <capitetes@...>
 

On 21 Jan. 11 Marla Raucher Osborn wrote :

I recently obtained Julia's 1934 Aliyah Passport and am thrilled.
However, a new mystery: her passport was issued in her married
name of Julia TEICHMAN. News to the family that she ever
married!
This is just a hunch, but it might be worthwhile checking - the
early 1930's was the peak of a very particular system or mode of
aliyah - "white marriage certificate" aliyah. Eretz Yisrali guys
married, sometimes in person and sometimes through 'shaliach'
(a religious Jewish possibility to arrange marriage through
rabbinical mandate) Polish Jewish girls. Through marriage, the
wife automatically became spouse of a resident of Mandatory
Palestine, hence a British subject, consequently automatically
eligible for a legal aliyah certificate for "Ichud Mishpachot (family
unification?). Once in Eretz Yisrael, the couples divorced. For
most of them, the divorce ceremony was the first (and the last)
time they ever saw each other.

This would explain most of the mysteries: why no in the family
knew she was married and why, on one hand she once was
legally registered in Mandatory Palestine under her married name
but on her Israeli passport and immigration papers to the US she
was back to her original name of HORN (I presume, and again it
is only a hunch, but I think it is a good working hypothesis here
again, that is the death certificate mentions HORN, that this was
her legal name, meaning this is the name she came with to the
USA, meaning this is the name on her Israeli passport and on her
immigration papers for the US).

Now, if my hunch is correct, the marriage was registered in
Mandatory Palestine and not in Poland, it was added on Julia's
Polish record because it was recognized as legal by the Polish
State, but it was not celebrated thus not registered in Poland.
What I think you need to look for is Julia Teichman nee Horn
aliyah records, which are in Israel - these should, I should think,
bear information on her husband, because he would have been,
probably (but not sure) the person to file the request for aliyah
certificate for his wife, but even if not, i should think the aliyah
certificate should mention his name. With his name, you can try
and trace the marriage date and the divorce date. Unless all this
information (birth, marriage, aliyah, divorce, emigration) becomes
available to you as next of kin through the services of Ministry of
interior or The archives of the Zionist organization. The first is
available online but you will need Julia's Israeli id number. The
second I'm not sure what part of the services are online and what
not, but the Israel Genealogy Society will be of much greater and
more specific assistance here.

Now, if my hunch reveal correct and you do find something, will
you let me know, just for the kicks.

Best of luck,

Rivka

Rivka Schirman nee Moscisker
Paris, France
Searching: MOSCISKER >from Brody, Budzynin, Buczacz, Okopy
Szwietej Trojce, Krakow, Lwow), WEISSMANN and REINSTEIN >from
Okopy Szwietej Trojce (Borszczow, Tarnopol)


Jewish immigrants travelling from London to Ohio in 1850 #usa

Joe Slater <jewishgen@...>
 

I recently came across the British entry record for my wife's ancestor
Leon TEDESCHE, grandfather of Rabbi Sydney Saul TEDESCHE, originally
from Italy, who had moved to Ohio near College Corner by 1860. I
haven't been able to find any records between 1850 and 1860. Can
anyone suggest further avenues of research? Are there relevant
migration records that wouldn't show up on ancestry.com, or Jewish
records that might mention him?

Joe Slater, Melbourne, Australia


Early American SIG #USA Jewish immigrants travelling from London to Ohio in 1850 #usa

Joe Slater <jewishgen@...>
 

I recently came across the British entry record for my wife's ancestor
Leon TEDESCHE, grandfather of Rabbi Sydney Saul TEDESCHE, originally
from Italy, who had moved to Ohio near College Corner by 1860. I
haven't been able to find any records between 1850 and 1860. Can
anyone suggest further avenues of research? Are there relevant
migration records that wouldn't show up on ancestry.com, or Jewish
records that might mention him?

Joe Slater, Melbourne, Australia


Tel Aviv Burial Records for Joachim TEICHMAN from Chodorow? #galicia

Marla Raucher Osborn <osborn@...>
 

Good morning.

First, let me thank all those who have jumped in to help me in my
continuing quest to reconstruct and try to understand the events
in the life of my great aunt Julia HORN of Rohatyn. Because of this,
I have finally learned, as of this morning, the name of her
TEICHMAN husband: Joachim (Haim Joachim) TEICHMAN, born in
1909, most likely in Chodorow, Poland to parents Mordechai and
Devorah TEICHMAN. Julia and Joachim arrived in Palestine in
September 1934 - together - but on separate Aliyah Polish
Passports.

I also learned today that Joachim died in 1993 in Tel Aviv, Israel.

My quest now is to discover where in Israel he is buried.

It was through a posting to this group that I learned about a year
ago that Julia's younger sister Bronia HORN is buried at Kfar Saba
- I would not have been able to discover this information for
myself if it hadn't been for the handful of researchers who
generously replied to my posting....and even went to Kfar Saba to
shoot photos of her grave. I am so grateful.

May I impose again for such selfless assistance?

Are there any online Israel burial databases to help me in my
continuing research?

Warm regards,
Marla Raucher Osborn
Buenos Aires, Argentina

osborn@...

Researching surnames HORN, FRUCHTER, LIEBLING >from Rohatyn
(formerly, Galicia); SILBER >from Ulanow and Sokolow Malapolski
(Poland); BLECHER >from Soroka, Bessarabia (Moldova); FABER,
BRUNSHTEIN, SARFAS/CHARFAS >from Mohyliv Podilskyy and
Kamyanets Podilskyy (today, Ukraine); RAUCHER/RAUSHCER and
KESTENBAUM/KOSTENBAUM /KASTENBAUM >from Przemysl (Poland)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Tel Aviv Burial Records for Joachim TEICHMAN from Chodorow? #galicia

Marla Raucher Osborn <osborn@...>
 

Good morning.

First, let me thank all those who have jumped in to help me in my
continuing quest to reconstruct and try to understand the events
in the life of my great aunt Julia HORN of Rohatyn. Because of this,
I have finally learned, as of this morning, the name of her
TEICHMAN husband: Joachim (Haim Joachim) TEICHMAN, born in
1909, most likely in Chodorow, Poland to parents Mordechai and
Devorah TEICHMAN. Julia and Joachim arrived in Palestine in
September 1934 - together - but on separate Aliyah Polish
Passports.

I also learned today that Joachim died in 1993 in Tel Aviv, Israel.

My quest now is to discover where in Israel he is buried.

It was through a posting to this group that I learned about a year
ago that Julia's younger sister Bronia HORN is buried at Kfar Saba
- I would not have been able to discover this information for
myself if it hadn't been for the handful of researchers who
generously replied to my posting....and even went to Kfar Saba to
shoot photos of her grave. I am so grateful.

May I impose again for such selfless assistance?

Are there any online Israel burial databases to help me in my
continuing research?

Warm regards,
Marla Raucher Osborn
Buenos Aires, Argentina

osborn@...

Researching surnames HORN, FRUCHTER, LIEBLING >from Rohatyn
(formerly, Galicia); SILBER >from Ulanow and Sokolow Malapolski
(Poland); BLECHER >from Soroka, Bessarabia (Moldova); FABER,
BRUNSHTEIN, SARFAS/CHARFAS >from Mohyliv Podilskyy and
Kamyanets Podilskyy (today, Ukraine); RAUCHER/RAUSHCER and
KESTENBAUM/KOSTENBAUM /KASTENBAUM >from Przemysl (Poland)


Emigrating twice? #ukraine

bumberbidus@...
 

Recently I have discovered a family member, my grandfather's brother, who
emigrated alone to the US in 1906, and again in 1912 with his wife and
children. Both cases are documented, and his grandson confirms that this
man did indeed go back to Ukraine, and may even have emigrated a third time.
The reason given was that he simply couldn't find a synagogue which was
strict enough for him. I know that people who emigrated first saved up
and brought over their families, sometimes years later. But does anyone
else have an instance of multiple emigration, and would the reason given
be a valid one?

Alaine Simpson
Hampshire
England


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Emigrating twice? #ukraine

bumberbidus@...
 

Recently I have discovered a family member, my grandfather's brother, who
emigrated alone to the US in 1906, and again in 1912 with his wife and
children. Both cases are documented, and his grandson confirms that this
man did indeed go back to Ukraine, and may even have emigrated a third time.
The reason given was that he simply couldn't find a synagogue which was
strict enough for him. I know that people who emigrated first saved up
and brought over their families, sometimes years later. But does anyone
else have an instance of multiple emigration, and would the reason given
be a valid one?

Alaine Simpson
Hampshire
England


Correction Link to Antwerp Foreigner Indexs 18401930 #ukraine

Jackie Schwarz
 

Please note that there was a problem with the previous links I sent
for the Antwerp Foreigner files.This has been corrected by Renee Stenig
and the letter below is the one that has been put on the GGalicia newsletter.

With Kind Regards,
Jackie Schwarz
Antwerp, Belgium


Subject: Antwerp Foreigner Indexes 1840-1930
From: Jackie Schwarz <jacks_antwerp@...>
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2011 16:43:57 +0100
X-Message-Number: 3

Dear Researchers

I would like to bring to your attention the following information
on the Mormon site. I am a researcher and often work at the
Felix Archive in Antwerp which has the files of foreigners having
lived in the city dating back to 1840 until 1930. Many of the
foreigners in the Indexes, especially in the first part of the XXth
Century, were Jewish and came >from Eastern Europe.

The files exist for all foreigners even if they only spent a short
time in the city. The indexes of names, file numbers, date and
place of birth are found in the Foreigner Indexes which could
previously be accessed directly >from the Felix Archives, however
they can now be viewed directly >from the Mormon site with a
name search. The explanatory notes and information can be
found on the Mormon site itself.

Go to https://www.familysearch.org
Click on Europe.
Click on Belgium, Antwerp Police Immigration Index, 1840-1930.

With Kind Regards
Jackie Schwarz
Antwerp Belgium


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Correction Link to Antwerp Foreigner Indexs 18401930 #ukraine

Jackie Schwarz
 

Please note that there was a problem with the previous links I sent
for the Antwerp Foreigner files.This has been corrected by Renee Stenig
and the letter below is the one that has been put on the GGalicia newsletter.

With Kind Regards,
Jackie Schwarz
Antwerp, Belgium


Subject: Antwerp Foreigner Indexes 1840-1930
From: Jackie Schwarz <jacks_antwerp@...>
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2011 16:43:57 +0100
X-Message-Number: 3

Dear Researchers

I would like to bring to your attention the following information
on the Mormon site. I am a researcher and often work at the
Felix Archive in Antwerp which has the files of foreigners having
lived in the city dating back to 1840 until 1930. Many of the
foreigners in the Indexes, especially in the first part of the XXth
Century, were Jewish and came >from Eastern Europe.

The files exist for all foreigners even if they only spent a short
time in the city. The indexes of names, file numbers, date and
place of birth are found in the Foreigner Indexes which could
previously be accessed directly >from the Felix Archives, however
they can now be viewed directly >from the Mormon site with a
name search. The explanatory notes and information can be
found on the Mormon site itself.

Go to https://www.familysearch.org
Click on Europe.
Click on Belgium, Antwerp Police Immigration Index, 1840-1930.

With Kind Regards
Jackie Schwarz
Antwerp Belgium


Antwerp Police Immigration Index #poland

Jackie Schwarz
 

Dear Researchers

I would like to bring to your attention the following information on the Mormon
site. I am a researcher and often work at the Felix Archive in Antwerp which has
the files of foreigners having lived in the city dating back to 1840 until 1930.
Many of the foreigners in the Indexes, especially in the first part of the XXth
Century were Jewish and came >from Eastern Europe. The files exist for all
foreigners even if they only spent a short time in the city. The indexes of
names, file numbers, date and place of birth are found in the Foreigner Indexes
which could previously be accessed directly >from the Felix Archives, however
they can now be viewed directly >from the Mormon site with a name search. The
explanatory notes and information can be found on the Mormon site itself.

https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Belgium,_Antwerp_Police_Immigration_Index_(FamilySearch_Historical_Records)
https://www.familysearch.org/s/collection/show#uri=http://search-api:8080/searchapi/search/collection/1477769&hash=Mrd8SMocDIIen2Q83tu%252B82PRagg%253D

With Kind Regards
Jackie SchwarzAntwerp Belgium

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Use this address to access: http://tinyurl.com/4jvn5pl.


JRI Poland #Poland Antwerp Police Immigration Index #poland

Jackie Schwarz
 

Dear Researchers

I would like to bring to your attention the following information on the Mormon
site. I am a researcher and often work at the Felix Archive in Antwerp which has
the files of foreigners having lived in the city dating back to 1840 until 1930.
Many of the foreigners in the Indexes, especially in the first part of the XXth
Century were Jewish and came >from Eastern Europe. The files exist for all
foreigners even if they only spent a short time in the city. The indexes of
names, file numbers, date and place of birth are found in the Foreigner Indexes
which could previously be accessed directly >from the Felix Archives, however
they can now be viewed directly >from the Mormon site with a name search. The
explanatory notes and information can be found on the Mormon site itself.

https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Belgium,_Antwerp_Police_Immigration_Index_(FamilySearch_Historical_Records)
https://www.familysearch.org/s/collection/show#uri=http://search-api:8080/searchapi/search/collection/1477769&hash=Mrd8SMocDIIen2Q83tu%252B82PRagg%253D

With Kind Regards
Jackie SchwarzAntwerp Belgium

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Use this address to access: http://tinyurl.com/4jvn5pl.