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Ignacz SCHVARCZ, 1895, Puspokladany #hungary

ethnoca@...
 

By chance I found in the Evangelical Baptism Records of Puspokladany on the Salt Lake City Family Search website the following entry:
Ignacz SCHVARCZ, born 1-Nov-1895 in Puspokladany, Hajdu c. Father Mihaly SCHVARCZ, age 40, lime salesman, born in Puspokladany. Mother Hani SCHVARCZ, age 33, housewife, born in Gesztered.

Since the register is not transcribed, it is in photo format, I figured that whoever may be looking for this person will not look in an Evangelical register, and so I decided to create a record of it here on our searchable list.

Sarah Feuerstein
Toronto, Canada

Moderator: Please contact Sarah off-list if this record is of interest.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Ignacz SCHVARCZ, 1895, Puspokladany #hungary

ethnoca@...
 

By chance I found in the Evangelical Baptism Records of Puspokladany on the Salt Lake City Family Search website the following entry:
Ignacz SCHVARCZ, born 1-Nov-1895 in Puspokladany, Hajdu c. Father Mihaly SCHVARCZ, age 40, lime salesman, born in Puspokladany. Mother Hani SCHVARCZ, age 33, housewife, born in Gesztered.

Since the register is not transcribed, it is in photo format, I figured that whoever may be looking for this person will not look in an Evangelical register, and so I decided to create a record of it here on our searchable list.

Sarah Feuerstein
Toronto, Canada

Moderator: Please contact Sarah off-list if this record is of interest.


Jelgava marriage records 1859 #latvia

Christine Usdin
 


Latvia SIG #Latvia Jelgava marriage records 1859 #latvia

Christine Usdin
 


question on 1910 census #general

David Laskin
 

I have found my ancestors on the 1910 census -- they lived in a building at 195
Madison Street on New York's Lower East Side. The building had 16 units, numbered on
the census >from 277 to 292. My family was #282. My question is: did census takers
start at the bottom of apartment buildings and work their way up, numbering units
consecutively as they ascended? If so, that would have put my family on the second
floor of that tenement house. If anyone has wisdom on this subject, I'd love to hear
from you. Thanks.
David Laskin,
Seattle, WA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen question on 1910 census #general

David Laskin
 

I have found my ancestors on the 1910 census -- they lived in a building at 195
Madison Street on New York's Lower East Side. The building had 16 units, numbered on
the census >from 277 to 292. My family was #282. My question is: did census takers
start at the bottom of apartment buildings and work their way up, numbering units
consecutively as they ascended? If so, that would have put my family on the second
floor of that tenement house. If anyone has wisdom on this subject, I'd love to hear
from you. Thanks.
David Laskin,
Seattle, WA


Re: Uniforms in Photographs #general

Ava Cohn <avatom@...>
 

On April 21, Jules Levin wrote
... interpreting uniforms is not the same as recognizing individual faces in an old
photo; there are resources out there available to individual members of Jewishgen.

Jules is correct. Interpreting uniforms is a specialized area of photo analysis and
not found in "fashion" or photo dating books. And there are resources available to
Jewishgenners. I personally have acquired almost every relevant book on identifying
European and American military uniforms >from the 1860s to WWII and those that I
don't have, I know where to find. Old newspapers and magazines >from the war years
are also helpful.

Best to all for a Happy rest of Passover.
Ava Cohn
Long Grove, IL

Searching: SHENKMAN, HANDELMAN, STERN, COHN, FISCHMAN, ABROMOVICI >from Belarus,
Ukraine and Romania


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Uniforms in Photographs #general

Ava Cohn <avatom@...>
 

On April 21, Jules Levin wrote
... interpreting uniforms is not the same as recognizing individual faces in an old
photo; there are resources out there available to individual members of Jewishgen.

Jules is correct. Interpreting uniforms is a specialized area of photo analysis and
not found in "fashion" or photo dating books. And there are resources available to
Jewishgenners. I personally have acquired almost every relevant book on identifying
European and American military uniforms >from the 1860s to WWII and those that I
don't have, I know where to find. Old newspapers and magazines >from the war years
are also helpful.

Best to all for a Happy rest of Passover.
Ava Cohn
Long Grove, IL

Searching: SHENKMAN, HANDELMAN, STERN, COHN, FISCHMAN, ABROMOVICI >from Belarus,
Ukraine and Romania


Question on Transport from Ellis Island to New York's Lower East Side #general

David Laskin
 

My ancestors arrived on Ellis Island on June 1, 1909 and moved to a tenement house on
Madison Street (NOT Madison Avenue) on the Lower East Side, near Henry and Allen
streets. I'm wondering how they were likely to have gotten >from Ellis Island to
their apartment building. Presumably, a ferry took them >from Ellis Island to what is
now Battery Park -- but then what? Did they travel by cab (horse drawn or
automobile?); trolley? The latter seems unlikely given how much stuff they must have
been schlepping with them. Thanks for any help.
David Laskin, Seattle, WA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Question on Transport from Ellis Island to New York's Lower East Side #general

David Laskin
 

My ancestors arrived on Ellis Island on June 1, 1909 and moved to a tenement house on
Madison Street (NOT Madison Avenue) on the Lower East Side, near Henry and Allen
streets. I'm wondering how they were likely to have gotten >from Ellis Island to
their apartment building. Presumably, a ferry took them >from Ellis Island to what is
now Battery Park -- but then what? Did they travel by cab (horse drawn or
automobile?); trolley? The latter seems unlikely given how much stuff they must have
been schlepping with them. Thanks for any help.
David Laskin, Seattle, WA


Re: Publishing a tree online #general

Micah Salb
 

Avigdor:

I had a similar reaction >from one branch of my extended family. In fact, I have
not heard a peep >from my first cousin in several years following this issue
arising.

My view is that the fears are irrational. To illustrate, consider the fact that
everything that I had about that branch of the family I got by simply doing
internet searches! What I have is already out there on the web, largely posted by
the family themselves.

I use TNG, which is an inexpensive family tree program that can easily be
configured to disallow any access to family tree data without logging in. I have
no idea if it is hackable, but anyone who is that invested in data about my family
probably could get through anything, if you know what I mean.

Micah
Wahsington, DC

STERN, SALB, RUSS, BERMAN, KLEIN, FRIESLER/FRISLER, LUBRANETSKY

On 4/22/2011 10:15 AM, Avigdor Ben-Dov wrote:
I have assembled data on over 1000 family members and spouses with many photos
and finally published it online...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Publishing a tree online #general

Micah Salb
 

Avigdor:

I had a similar reaction >from one branch of my extended family. In fact, I have
not heard a peep >from my first cousin in several years following this issue
arising.

My view is that the fears are irrational. To illustrate, consider the fact that
everything that I had about that branch of the family I got by simply doing
internet searches! What I have is already out there on the web, largely posted by
the family themselves.

I use TNG, which is an inexpensive family tree program that can easily be
configured to disallow any access to family tree data without logging in. I have
no idea if it is hackable, but anyone who is that invested in data about my family
probably could get through anything, if you know what I mean.

Micah
Wahsington, DC

STERN, SALB, RUSS, BERMAN, KLEIN, FRIESLER/FRISLER, LUBRANETSKY

On 4/22/2011 10:15 AM, Avigdor Ben-Dov wrote:
I have assembled data on over 1000 family members and spouses with many photos
and finally published it online...


1910 Kaunas Draftee Lists now awailable ! #lithuania

ralph <salinger@...>
 

Dear Litvak Researchers,

I am delighted to announce that we have added the 1910 Kaunas Draftee List
to our site http://kaunas.shutterfly.com

If you are not a member of our group already you can get a "taste" of what
surnames

are available at the above listed site.

So far we have Draftee Lists for 1875, 1876 1906, 1910 and 1916.

There is a great deal of family information in these files , surname and
given name of the draftee or potential draftee – date of birth and then the
entire household ! with dates of births in many cases.

If you are searching in Kaunas, membership of our group is a MUST !

I look forward to hearing >from you,

Ralph Salinger
salinger@kfar-ruppin.org.il
Coordinator


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania 1910 Kaunas Draftee Lists now awailable ! #lithuania

ralph <salinger@...>
 

Dear Litvak Researchers,

I am delighted to announce that we have added the 1910 Kaunas Draftee List
to our site http://kaunas.shutterfly.com

If you are not a member of our group already you can get a "taste" of what
surnames

are available at the above listed site.

So far we have Draftee Lists for 1875, 1876 1906, 1910 and 1916.

There is a great deal of family information in these files , surname and
given name of the draftee or potential draftee – date of birth and then the
entire household ! with dates of births in many cases.

If you are searching in Kaunas, membership of our group is a MUST !

I look forward to hearing >from you,

Ralph Salinger
salinger@kfar-ruppin.org.il
Coordinator


Hishstick - a small villiage outside of Radom, near Opatow #poland

ww <lipi@...>
 

This might be a long shot, but maybe Przytyk? You did not mention in
what language the document was written, but I suppose it is possible to
mix "H" with "P" in handwritten Latin alphabet, and even more in Hebrew.
Przytyk is quite close to Radom.

Witold Wrzosinski
Warsaw


JRI Poland #Poland Hishstick - a small villiage outside of Radom, near Opatow #poland

ww <lipi@...>
 

This might be a long shot, but maybe Przytyk? You did not mention in
what language the document was written, but I suppose it is possible to
mix "H" with "P" in handwritten Latin alphabet, and even more in Hebrew.
Przytyk is quite close to Radom.

Witold Wrzosinski
Warsaw


A further question Sejwa ROZENBERG and meaning of her name, Markuszow, 1880 #poland

Dan <doren@...>
 

Dear Genealogy Hunters on the Poland JRI listserv:

Thank you for your quick help regarding Sejwa ROZENBERG=B9s given name. I am
particularly grateful to Yehudah ben Shlomo, Tina Levine, Bonnie Raskin, and
Max Ehr for setting me straight and to a few others for their thoughtful
replies as well.

When I used the JG given names database, under Search Type I should have
used the Daitch-Mokotoff Soundex button instead of the default Global
(Plain) Text button. Had I done so that would have led me right to
Basheva or Sheve or one of the other transliterations for Bathsheba
from Samuel II, 11:3.
Now that I know the translation, this knowledge and a Jewish internet
calendar leads me to a further question.

The town records of Markuszow, Poland indicate Sejwa was born on 1 May 1876

According to <www.hebcal.com/converter> this corresponds to the 7th of the
Hebrew month of Iyyar, 5636. This leads me to speculate that perhaps one
reason for her name being Batsheva or Sejwa or Szejwa or Sheva was
that she was born on the 7th day (Sheva being seven in Hebrew) of the month

Do you any of you know of other precedents for such a naming, or is this
more likely to be a mere coincidence?

Dan Ahiassaf OREN
Woodbridge, Connecticut, USA

Searching:
ROZENBERG, Lublin and Markuszow, Poland
COHEN, Markuszow, Poland
GEVERTZ (GEWERC), Lublin or Markuszow, Poland


JRI Poland #Poland A further question Sejwa ROZENBERG and meaning of her name, Markuszow, 1880 #poland

Dan <doren@...>
 

Dear Genealogy Hunters on the Poland JRI listserv:

Thank you for your quick help regarding Sejwa ROZENBERG=B9s given name. I am
particularly grateful to Yehudah ben Shlomo, Tina Levine, Bonnie Raskin, and
Max Ehr for setting me straight and to a few others for their thoughtful
replies as well.

When I used the JG given names database, under Search Type I should have
used the Daitch-Mokotoff Soundex button instead of the default Global
(Plain) Text button. Had I done so that would have led me right to
Basheva or Sheve or one of the other transliterations for Bathsheba
from Samuel II, 11:3.
Now that I know the translation, this knowledge and a Jewish internet
calendar leads me to a further question.

The town records of Markuszow, Poland indicate Sejwa was born on 1 May 1876

According to <www.hebcal.com/converter> this corresponds to the 7th of the
Hebrew month of Iyyar, 5636. This leads me to speculate that perhaps one
reason for her name being Batsheva or Sejwa or Szejwa or Sheva was
that she was born on the 7th day (Sheva being seven in Hebrew) of the month

Do you any of you know of other precedents for such a naming, or is this
more likely to be a mere coincidence?

Dan Ahiassaf OREN
Woodbridge, Connecticut, USA

Searching:
ROZENBERG, Lublin and Markuszow, Poland
COHEN, Markuszow, Poland
GEVERTZ (GEWERC), Lublin or Markuszow, Poland


Searching: SEJWA ROZENBERG and meaning of her name, Markuszow, 1880 #poland

ww <lipi@...>
 

In my experience it would be an equivalent to Sheva, short version of
Bat-Sheva. It is also often written by Polish clerks as Siejwa, Siejwe,
Siewa.

Happy Pesach!

Witold Wrzosinski,
Warsaw


JRI Poland #Poland Searching: SEJWA ROZENBERG and meaning of her name, Markuszow, 1880 #poland

ww <lipi@...>
 

In my experience it would be an equivalent to Sheva, short version of
Bat-Sheva. It is also often written by Polish clerks as Siejwa, Siejwe,
Siewa.

Happy Pesach!

Witold Wrzosinski,
Warsaw

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