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Still searching YUDELEVITCH #general

Jacqueline DAVIS <jdavis318@...>
 

I recently posted a query looking for help in finding information about my great
grandparents. I have been amazed at the responses that I received and are still
coming in. It seems that YUDELEVITCH was a fairly common name, but so far there
doesn't seem to be any link.

I have tried to thank everyone individually, but in case I missed anyone - a
grateful thank you. The interesting aspect is all the variations that the name
Yudelevitch was changed to once they left the old country.

I have had an enormous amount of help over the years and am always amazed at the
knowledge that is out there, and the countries that the replies come from.

Once again thank you.

Jacqueline Davis
Ottawa, Canada
jdavis318@rogers.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Still searching YUDELEVITCH #general

Jacqueline DAVIS <jdavis318@...>
 

I recently posted a query looking for help in finding information about my great
grandparents. I have been amazed at the responses that I received and are still
coming in. It seems that YUDELEVITCH was a fairly common name, but so far there
doesn't seem to be any link.

I have tried to thank everyone individually, but in case I missed anyone - a
grateful thank you. The interesting aspect is all the variations that the name
Yudelevitch was changed to once they left the old country.

I have had an enormous amount of help over the years and am always amazed at the
knowledge that is out there, and the countries that the replies come from.

Once again thank you.

Jacqueline Davis
Ottawa, Canada
jdavis318@rogers.com


Re: Kolomea Research Group Coordinator Retires #galicia

Jeffrey Geizhals <jeffo@...>
 

I'm sorry to hear about your computer. I implore everyone to
save themselves lots of grief and subscribe to some sort of
online backup service. I use Carbonite (www.carbonite.com) and I
know there's also Mozy (www.mozy.com). Carbonite costs about
$60 per year for unlimited, real-time backup. I have it on all of
my computers and it has already saved me about 4 times.

Jeffrey Geizhals

ALAN WEISER <alanboy@verizon.net> wrote:

Unfortunately my old computer died and I lost all my Kolomea data
files along with Kolomea Research Group membership data....


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia RE: Kolomea Research Group Coordinator Retires #galicia

Jeffrey Geizhals <jeffo@...>
 

I'm sorry to hear about your computer. I implore everyone to
save themselves lots of grief and subscribe to some sort of
online backup service. I use Carbonite (www.carbonite.com) and I
know there's also Mozy (www.mozy.com). Carbonite costs about
$60 per year for unlimited, real-time backup. I have it on all of
my computers and it has already saved me about 4 times.

Jeffrey Geizhals

ALAN WEISER <alanboy@verizon.net> wrote:

Unfortunately my old computer died and I lost all my Kolomea data
files along with Kolomea Research Group membership data....


1930 Census of Kassa #hungary

Beth Long
 

I was in Bratislava earlier this week, and was able to determine that the 1930 census of Kassa/Kosice is there.
However, to review this (let alone to photograph it) would be a formidable task, as there appear to be sixteen
boxes of records, and only three boxes per day may be viewed. Three boxes are about as much as one person
can go through in a day anyway, as there are about 500 (?) pages per box.

Beth Long
Budapest, Hungary


Hungary SIG #Hungary 1930 Census of Kassa #hungary

Beth Long
 

I was in Bratislava earlier this week, and was able to determine that the 1930 census of Kassa/Kosice is there.
However, to review this (let alone to photograph it) would be a formidable task, as there appear to be sixteen
boxes of records, and only three boxes per day may be viewed. Three boxes are about as much as one person
can go through in a day anyway, as there are about 500 (?) pages per box.

Beth Long
Budapest, Hungary


Budapest street names #hungary

pgbakos@...
 

Does any person know what Gyapju u is called today? It was somewhere in =
the Vth District.

Thanks

Peter Bakos
Budapest (at the moment)
PODVINECZ=2C ROSENBERG=2C MOSKOVICS etc.
=


Visit the French Embassy #hungary

georges.graner@...
 

Dear Siggers

If you plan to come next year to the 2012 Paris Conference, visiting the
French Embassy on Tuesday afternoon during the DC Conference could be an
excellent opportunity to prepare for it.

You soon will find more informations concerning the 2012 conference on
our new Website
www.Paris2012.eu
which will open before the end of June."or by writing to
Congresparis2012_genealoj@orange.fr

Georges Graner
Webmaster of the Cercle de Généalogie Juive
(Paris-France)


Hungary SIG #Hungary Budapest street names #hungary

pgbakos@...
 

Does any person know what Gyapju u is called today? It was somewhere in =
the Vth District.

Thanks

Peter Bakos
Budapest (at the moment)
PODVINECZ=2C ROSENBERG=2C MOSKOVICS etc.
=


Hungary SIG #Hungary Visit the French Embassy #hungary

georges.graner@...
 

Dear Siggers

If you plan to come next year to the 2012 Paris Conference, visiting the
French Embassy on Tuesday afternoon during the DC Conference could be an
excellent opportunity to prepare for it.

You soon will find more informations concerning the 2012 conference on
our new Website
www.Paris2012.eu
which will open before the end of June."or by writing to
Congresparis2012_genealoj@orange.fr

Georges Graner
Webmaster of the Cercle de Généalogie Juive
(Paris-France)


Photo of Gyor Forealiskola school graduating students 1914-15 #hungary

David Bernheim
 

I have a copy of the class photo of the Gyor Forealiskola school graduating
students 1914-15. You can view this on the internet
at http://berans.wordpress.com/people/bela-beran-1897/.

Several relatives are on this: my grandfather Bela BERAN, his namesake
cousin, and teacher Laszlo SZOGYI.

Boys and their teachers in the photo, by row, are:
MAYER Gyorgy, BERAN Bela, WINTER Erno, KANITZ Gyorgy, KOVACS Zoltan, SZILARD
Stefi, VERESS Ede, KUFFLER Jeno, CSAPO Bela, PRETTENHOFFER Jeno, KELLNER Jeno

FREUND Gyula, PLON Imre, KLEIN Imre, FEHER Geza, SZOGYI Laszlo, WEINER Vilmos,
HALMOS Erno, KUNCZ Elemer

HOLCZER Andor, BAUER Imre, FISCHER Dezso, PALOS Ede, dr. SCHWARZ ?, ROSENBERGER
Ferenc, KLEIN Andor, RABINEK Erno

GYORI Istvan, HIRSCHL Sandor, MIKULA Gyorgy, KALLOS Bela, dr FEJER Jozsef
ozatalyto, LENNER Emil igazgato, dr HASZ Istvan , REICHENTHAL Ignac, LATES
Jozsef, BERAN Bela

ROTHAUSER Gyorgy, SZLLSI Gyula, ERDESZ Gero, ISO Vincze, dr. PUROFF Pal, ZASZLOS

Pal, KRAUSZ Karoly, FELEKY or TELEKY Zoltan

If you have relatives on the picture, please contact me privately.

David BERNHEIM, St Martin Vesubie, France


Hungary SIG #Hungary Photo of Gyor Forealiskola school graduating students 1914-15 #hungary

David Bernheim
 

I have a copy of the class photo of the Gyor Forealiskola school graduating
students 1914-15. You can view this on the internet
at http://berans.wordpress.com/people/bela-beran-1897/.

Several relatives are on this: my grandfather Bela BERAN, his namesake
cousin, and teacher Laszlo SZOGYI.

Boys and their teachers in the photo, by row, are:
MAYER Gyorgy, BERAN Bela, WINTER Erno, KANITZ Gyorgy, KOVACS Zoltan, SZILARD
Stefi, VERESS Ede, KUFFLER Jeno, CSAPO Bela, PRETTENHOFFER Jeno, KELLNER Jeno

FREUND Gyula, PLON Imre, KLEIN Imre, FEHER Geza, SZOGYI Laszlo, WEINER Vilmos,
HALMOS Erno, KUNCZ Elemer

HOLCZER Andor, BAUER Imre, FISCHER Dezso, PALOS Ede, dr. SCHWARZ ?, ROSENBERGER
Ferenc, KLEIN Andor, RABINEK Erno

GYORI Istvan, HIRSCHL Sandor, MIKULA Gyorgy, KALLOS Bela, dr FEJER Jozsef
ozatalyto, LENNER Emil igazgato, dr HASZ Istvan , REICHENTHAL Ignac, LATES
Jozsef, BERAN Bela

ROTHAUSER Gyorgy, SZLLSI Gyula, ERDESZ Gero, ISO Vincze, dr. PUROFF Pal, ZASZLOS

Pal, KRAUSZ Karoly, FELEKY or TELEKY Zoltan

If you have relatives on the picture, please contact me privately.

David BERNHEIM, St Martin Vesubie, France


Use of Google Translate and the Database of Czechoslovak Military Personnel #hungary

Madeleine Isenberg
 

This is in response to Amos Zezmer's announcement.

I have been aware of Rischard Gaskell's CAST-Czech and Slovak Things
website for many years, since I was able to find information regarding
my father, Jindrich GOLDSTEIN and his brother Arpad, as well as
others. In fact, Mr. Gaske;; encpuraged me to write directly to the
Czech Ministry to obtain my father's complete military record, that
covered the time >from his initial sing-up at the end of 1939 until his
eventual demobilization in 1946. This type of information could be
useful to many other people as well. It is in Czech.

In regard to translation >from Czech, I have found that Google has a
translation site that is very helpful. (The translation website can
generally detect what the language is, or you can enter it yourself.)
Here's the Google translate link:
http://translate.google.com/#auto|en|

I went to the site given by Mr. Zezmer
(http://www.vuapraha.cz/Pages/DatabazeVHA/DatabazeLegionaru.aspx), and
copied the paragraphs before the three text fields for search into the
translation and got an immediate translation which I am including
here. It's quite good and easy to understand. Here's the translation
as an example.

"Database of fallen legionnaires, and the 2nd World War II

The database is created in the Military historical archives >from 1997
to 2004 at the initiative of the gene. R. Krz=C3=A1ka of Cs. Legionnaires.
In case of any additions to the database query or other information to
individuals over the phone please contact the staff of the Military
Historical Archive at these numbers: 973 206 100, 973,206,118, 973,206
one hundred and first
The data in the database is updated continuously.

Database of MS. troops abroad for the 2nd St. War

Project electronic database of MS. military units abroad in the second
World War II takes place in the central archives of the Military -
Military historical archives since 2005. This follows the earlier
database project dead, dead and missing MS. soldiers, which was
originally initiated by the Czechoslovak Legionnaires communities.
Work with continued support and =C4=8CsOL MoD.

The database covers the MS. citizens and countrymen who served in the
Czechoslovak exile army units or as members of other Allied armies. It
also includes persons who seem to have been taken away or in different
circumstances have not undergone any records of MS. military
authorities in exile, but real military service took place.

Basic specification of the project and subsequently processing method
based mainly on the need for reliable identification of individuals as
a prerequisite for finding other archival documents. Instead of
shifting the existing physical file cabinets by name, was chosen as
the basic personal identifier, respectively. stem number of each
soldier, providing unambiguous identification in the frequent cases of
different variants of the same name (his changes or distortion, use of
cover names). This corresponds to the choice of the relevant sections:
information which may be with regard to the protection of personal
data by that form available to the public, include basic biographical
data, information about the date and place of conscription, or about
the date, place and circumstances of death during the war. Further
information captured in the database are intended for internal use
archive and administrative purposes.

The database currently contains over 83,300 records on specific
individuals, particularly the vast majority of MS. military units
abroad. The remaining people are continually added as well as some
still missing or newly discovered information, for example, now runs
an extensive verification and implementation details of the death of
individuals. Therefore, the public remained accessible database so far
fallen, dead and missing. During further work was planned with
periodic publication of updated versions of the database."


Regards to all,

--
Madeleine
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Use of Google Translate and the Database of Czechoslovak Military Personnel #hungary

Madeleine Isenberg
 

This is in response to Amos Zezmer's announcement.

I have been aware of Rischard Gaskell's CAST-Czech and Slovak Things
website for many years, since I was able to find information regarding
my father, Jindrich GOLDSTEIN and his brother Arpad, as well as
others. In fact, Mr. Gaske;; encpuraged me to write directly to the
Czech Ministry to obtain my father's complete military record, that
covered the time >from his initial sing-up at the end of 1939 until his
eventual demobilization in 1946. This type of information could be
useful to many other people as well. It is in Czech.

In regard to translation >from Czech, I have found that Google has a
translation site that is very helpful. (The translation website can
generally detect what the language is, or you can enter it yourself.)
Here's the Google translate link:
http://translate.google.com/#auto|en|

I went to the site given by Mr. Zezmer
(http://www.vuapraha.cz/Pages/DatabazeVHA/DatabazeLegionaru.aspx), and
copied the paragraphs before the three text fields for search into the
translation and got an immediate translation which I am including
here. It's quite good and easy to understand. Here's the translation
as an example.

"Database of fallen legionnaires, and the 2nd World War II

The database is created in the Military historical archives >from 1997
to 2004 at the initiative of the gene. R. Krz=C3=A1ka of Cs. Legionnaires.
In case of any additions to the database query or other information to
individuals over the phone please contact the staff of the Military
Historical Archive at these numbers: 973 206 100, 973,206,118, 973,206
one hundred and first
The data in the database is updated continuously.

Database of MS. troops abroad for the 2nd St. War

Project electronic database of MS. military units abroad in the second
World War II takes place in the central archives of the Military -
Military historical archives since 2005. This follows the earlier
database project dead, dead and missing MS. soldiers, which was
originally initiated by the Czechoslovak Legionnaires communities.
Work with continued support and =C4=8CsOL MoD.

The database covers the MS. citizens and countrymen who served in the
Czechoslovak exile army units or as members of other Allied armies. It
also includes persons who seem to have been taken away or in different
circumstances have not undergone any records of MS. military
authorities in exile, but real military service took place.

Basic specification of the project and subsequently processing method
based mainly on the need for reliable identification of individuals as
a prerequisite for finding other archival documents. Instead of
shifting the existing physical file cabinets by name, was chosen as
the basic personal identifier, respectively. stem number of each
soldier, providing unambiguous identification in the frequent cases of
different variants of the same name (his changes or distortion, use of
cover names). This corresponds to the choice of the relevant sections:
information which may be with regard to the protection of personal
data by that form available to the public, include basic biographical
data, information about the date and place of conscription, or about
the date, place and circumstances of death during the war. Further
information captured in the database are intended for internal use
archive and administrative purposes.

The database currently contains over 83,300 records on specific
individuals, particularly the vast majority of MS. military units
abroad. The remaining people are continually added as well as some
still missing or newly discovered information, for example, now runs
an extensive verification and implementation details of the death of
individuals. Therefore, the public remained accessible database so far
fallen, dead and missing. During further work was planned with
periodic publication of updated versions of the database."


Regards to all,

--
Madeleine
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com


Re: Los Angeles Marriage and Divorce Certificates #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Laura Ma'oz requested information on how to obtain a Los Angeles Marriage record
from 1965 and a 1976 Divorce Record.
The website for LA County birth, marriage and death records is:
http://www.lavote.net/RECORDER/BDM_Records.cfm which includes the "current" rates
and how to request the records. Divorce records are available >from the Superior
Court where the divorce was filed. The Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk does not
have any divorce information or files. If the Superior Court location is not known,
information can be obtained at the County Courthouse, 111 North Hill Street, Los
Angeles, telephone (213) 974-5171 or (213) 974-5192 . More information on this is
included on the website given above.

Jan Meisels Allen
Agoura Hills, CA
SEARCHING:
KLAJNMAN, SZLANG, TYKULSKIER-- Sochaczew, Chorzele, and Zakroczym Poland
FREJER, IMJAK, WILAMOWSKY, KREPLAK,-Stawiski, Poland
SZAPIRA, SOBOTKO, PIATKOWSKA, PERLA, ASZ, WAPNIARZ -Lomza ,Poland GUTFARB --
Zambrow, Poland ASZ, Nasielsk, Poland ELION, Suwalki Lithuania
REICH, WALD, ZUPNIK, Presov, Mestiszko, Szivdnik; Salgo, Sebes Kellemes,
Slovakia (formerly Hungary) MEISELS, SEGALLA/SIGALL, LIEBERMAN --Brody, Ukraine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE:Los Angeles Marriage and Divorce Certificates #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Laura Ma'oz requested information on how to obtain a Los Angeles Marriage record
from 1965 and a 1976 Divorce Record.
The website for LA County birth, marriage and death records is:
http://www.lavote.net/RECORDER/BDM_Records.cfm which includes the "current" rates
and how to request the records. Divorce records are available >from the Superior
Court where the divorce was filed. The Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk does not
have any divorce information or files. If the Superior Court location is not known,
information can be obtained at the County Courthouse, 111 North Hill Street, Los
Angeles, telephone (213) 974-5171 or (213) 974-5192 . More information on this is
included on the website given above.

Jan Meisels Allen
Agoura Hills, CA
SEARCHING:
KLAJNMAN, SZLANG, TYKULSKIER-- Sochaczew, Chorzele, and Zakroczym Poland
FREJER, IMJAK, WILAMOWSKY, KREPLAK,-Stawiski, Poland
SZAPIRA, SOBOTKO, PIATKOWSKA, PERLA, ASZ, WAPNIARZ -Lomza ,Poland GUTFARB --
Zambrow, Poland ASZ, Nasielsk, Poland ELION, Suwalki Lithuania
REICH, WALD, ZUPNIK, Presov, Mestiszko, Szivdnik; Salgo, Sebes Kellemes,
Slovakia (formerly Hungary) MEISELS, SEGALLA/SIGALL, LIEBERMAN --Brody, Ukraine


Question about naturalization of adolescent-adult children #general

jel@lipmanson.net <jel@...>
 

In May 1939, a husband and wife immigrated to the U.S. with their 17-yr
old daughter. In November of 1939 the husband and wife each filed a
Declaration of Intention, with each listing the 17-yr old daughter as
residing with them. In June 1944, the husband and wife each filed a
Petition for Naturalization that was approved. Again, each Petition
listed the daughter, now 22 yrs of age, as residing with them.

During the period between 1939 and 1944 the daughter obviously reached
her legal majority and was no longer considered a child. Under these
circumstances, did the adult daughter automatically gain citizenship
with her parents without a separate application even though she was no
longer a child?

I have not found any evidence at NARA in D.C. or in NY for a separate
Petition for the daughter.

Thank you.

Judith Lipmanson
Smyrna, Delaware USA


Viewmate - Translation assistance requested - Lithuanian and Hebrew #general

KATHY SEFTON <kagsef@...>
 

I have placed five pages of documents in Viewmate, and I am hoping
for assistance with translating them. The direct links are listed
below. The documents were all sent to me as part of an internal
passports file found in the Kaunas archives. The family name is
Robalevski, and the young man pictured in the passport was a survivor.
I am helping his son try to find family and/or roots. Any translation
at all would be most appreciated.

Thank you,Kathy Sefton, on behalf of Ed Rubin, searching ROBALEVSKI,
Kaunas, Lithuania

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19260
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19261
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19262
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19263
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19264


London lookup--thanks to all! #general

David Gordon
 

I recently posted a query seeking help in finding a cousin located in
London with whom I'd lost touch. Although I tried to thank everyone
who responded personally, I wanted to acknowledge the many responses I
received. I am truly grateful that so many people took the time and
made the effort to do their own digging and make so many wonderful
suggestions. I was surprised and pleased at the help and wanted to
thank everyone. Once again, this board proves to be an unparalleled,
enormously supportive group. I hope I'll have the chance to return
the favor either to one of my respondents or to someone else. Again,
my sincere gratitude.

Dave Gordon
Chicago, IL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Question about naturalization of adolescent-adult children #general

jel@lipmanson.net <jel@...>
 

In May 1939, a husband and wife immigrated to the U.S. with their 17-yr
old daughter. In November of 1939 the husband and wife each filed a
Declaration of Intention, with each listing the 17-yr old daughter as
residing with them. In June 1944, the husband and wife each filed a
Petition for Naturalization that was approved. Again, each Petition
listed the daughter, now 22 yrs of age, as residing with them.

During the period between 1939 and 1944 the daughter obviously reached
her legal majority and was no longer considered a child. Under these
circumstances, did the adult daughter automatically gain citizenship
with her parents without a separate application even though she was no
longer a child?

I have not found any evidence at NARA in D.C. or in NY for a separate
Petition for the daughter.

Thank you.

Judith Lipmanson
Smyrna, Delaware USA

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