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Seeking birth records from Mielec, circa 1890 -1907 - Hungary SIG #general

Karen <k.silver@...>
 

I am interested in finding birth records on two great Aunts who were born
in Mielec. Would anyone out there know how to go about it?

Thank you,
Karen Silver
Los Angeles, California


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking birth records from Mielec, circa 1890 -1907 - Hungary SIG #general

Karen <k.silver@...>
 

I am interested in finding birth records on two great Aunts who were born
in Mielec. Would anyone out there know how to go about it?

Thank you,
Karen Silver
Los Angeles, California


Sonia POSNER - NY. #general

nigel wilson <wilsonettess@...>
 

Seeking information on Sonia POSNER b. 1939., (parents names unknown)-
graduated >from Christopher Columbus High School - Bronx - 1957.

Cannot find reference to Sonia in the 1940 census - I do not know if she married.

Thank you.

Patricia Wilson (Israel)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sonia POSNER - NY. #general

nigel wilson <wilsonettess@...>
 

Seeking information on Sonia POSNER b. 1939., (parents names unknown)-
graduated >from Christopher Columbus High School - Bronx - 1957.

Cannot find reference to Sonia in the 1940 census - I do not know if she married.

Thank you.

Patricia Wilson (Israel)


ViewMate - Hungarian translation needed #general

Roberta Solit <rsolit@...>
 

I've posted a page containing references about the town of Komjat
(Velikiye Komyaty). The page is in Hungarian, the town is in the Ukraine today.
I would like a translation.

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24337

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Roberta Solit
Potomac, MD
Researching- RAPPAPORT, OESTREICHER, WEISZ >from Komjat (Velikiye Komyaty),
Verecze (Veryatsya), Nagyszollos (Vinohradov)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate - Hungarian translation needed #general

Roberta Solit <rsolit@...>
 

I've posted a page containing references about the town of Komjat
(Velikiye Komyaty). The page is in Hungarian, the town is in the Ukraine today.
I would like a translation.

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24337

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Roberta Solit
Potomac, MD
Researching- RAPPAPORT, OESTREICHER, WEISZ >from Komjat (Velikiye Komyaty),
Verecze (Veryatsya), Nagyszollos (Vinohradov)


Link to Jewish Belarus site #general

Sarah L Meyer
 

Dear Cousins
On behalf of my facebook friend Alexandra Goldberg, I am posting this link,
to Jewish Belarus. Others requested that it be posted here. I am not a
member of the Belarus Sig, so if someone wants to post to that SIG please do so.

http://www.sztetl.org.pl/en/cms/news/2743,historical-traces-of-jewish-belarus/

Sarah L M Christiansen
Georgetown TX
http://genealogy.smcactuary.net

MODERATOR NOTE: One need not be a subscriber to the JewishGen Discussion
Group to post messages. So, either Alexandra or Sarah may do so. In
addition, anyone may easily subscribe to the Belaus SIG (or any other
JewishGen sponsored SIG) by going to
http://www.jewishgen.org/ListManager/members_add.asp
It takes but a click of the mouse add SIG discussion forums to your daily
genealogy routine.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Link to Jewish Belarus site #general

Sarah L Meyer
 

Dear Cousins
On behalf of my facebook friend Alexandra Goldberg, I am posting this link,
to Jewish Belarus. Others requested that it be posted here. I am not a
member of the Belarus Sig, so if someone wants to post to that SIG please do so.

http://www.sztetl.org.pl/en/cms/news/2743,historical-traces-of-jewish-belarus/

Sarah L M Christiansen
Georgetown TX
http://genealogy.smcactuary.net

MODERATOR NOTE: One need not be a subscriber to the JewishGen Discussion
Group to post messages. So, either Alexandra or Sarah may do so. In
addition, anyone may easily subscribe to the Belaus SIG (or any other
JewishGen sponsored SIG) by going to
http://www.jewishgen.org/ListManager/members_add.asp
It takes but a click of the mouse add SIG discussion forums to your daily
genealogy routine.


suggested new project #ukraine

ebf2001@...
 

9/10/12

I think it would be helpful when we use the JewishGen Communities Database
to be able to immediately link to reports >from fellow Ukraine SIG members
who've traveled to the towns in which we're interested. The pop-up window
provides basic information about towns; having the urls to such travel
reports would greatly enhance our understanding of these towns and
connect us with other researchers.

Ron Doctor suggests the following steps that an enthusiastic Project Leader
would follow to implement a project like this:

1. Post notices soliciting travel reports

2. When travel reports arrive, edit and proofread them and prepare
any photos for posting.

3. Give the report an appropriate name.

4. If for a specific town or multiple towns, contact the relevant
KehilaLinks owner(s) and help get the travel report posted on the
KehilaLinks website(s).

5. If for a district, province, or Ukraine in general, post the
travel report for the appropriate area on the Ukraine SIG website.
The Project Leader would have limited access to the Ukraine SIG
Database Manager (DBM) that would allow you to do this.

6. Create links through our DBM to the location of the travel report
and add a brief description of it.

7. Check the website areas to be sure the report is posted properly.

8. Send a message to the List announcing availability of the travel report.

Using the DBM for this purpose is fairly straightforward. Entries are made
in pre-set forms.

Unfortunately I'm not in a position to be Project Leader but I'd
like to coordinate responses to identify that person or a team of
people to handle this. Please respond to me directly.

Evan Fishman (ebf2001@comcast.net)


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine suggested new project #ukraine

ebf2001@...
 

9/10/12

I think it would be helpful when we use the JewishGen Communities Database
to be able to immediately link to reports >from fellow Ukraine SIG members
who've traveled to the towns in which we're interested. The pop-up window
provides basic information about towns; having the urls to such travel
reports would greatly enhance our understanding of these towns and
connect us with other researchers.

Ron Doctor suggests the following steps that an enthusiastic Project Leader
would follow to implement a project like this:

1. Post notices soliciting travel reports

2. When travel reports arrive, edit and proofread them and prepare
any photos for posting.

3. Give the report an appropriate name.

4. If for a specific town or multiple towns, contact the relevant
KehilaLinks owner(s) and help get the travel report posted on the
KehilaLinks website(s).

5. If for a district, province, or Ukraine in general, post the
travel report for the appropriate area on the Ukraine SIG website.
The Project Leader would have limited access to the Ukraine SIG
Database Manager (DBM) that would allow you to do this.

6. Create links through our DBM to the location of the travel report
and add a brief description of it.

7. Check the website areas to be sure the report is posted properly.

8. Send a message to the List announcing availability of the travel report.

Using the DBM for this purpose is fairly straightforward. Entries are made
in pre-set forms.

Unfortunately I'm not in a position to be Project Leader but I'd
like to coordinate responses to identify that person or a team of
people to handle this. Please respond to me directly.

Evan Fishman (ebf2001@comcast.net)


L'Shanah Tovah! #romania

Rosanne Leeson
 

To all of our fellow Rom-SIGgers...

We send you our very best wishes for a sweet, healthy, prosperous and
genealogically successful 5773!

L'Shanah Tovah Tikatevu!
Rosanne, Jeni and Bob
Your Coordinators


Romania SIG #Romania L'Shanah Tovah! #romania

Rosanne Leeson
 

To all of our fellow Rom-SIGgers...

We send you our very best wishes for a sweet, healthy, prosperous and
genealogically successful 5773!

L'Shanah Tovah Tikatevu!
Rosanne, Jeni and Bob
Your Coordinators


World War I: Burial of Jewish Victims (Galicia & Bukovina), "Talergofsky Almanac" #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

In 1936, the remains of a few Jewish victims were moved to a common grave in a Jewish cemetery in Graz Vettselsdorf. The Talergofa/Talergofsky Memorial page is at: http://talergof.org.ua/mesto-juden.html. Click on the photos to see the thirteen names listed on the head stone. The names are: FLEISCHER, HABER, HASS, JONAS, KATZ, LITWAK, ROTTER, SINGER (2), STAJER, SUCHER, TIRTIW, WEISSMANN

On the same site, in Russian, there is an almanac (Vol. 1) which contains descriptions, photos, etc. by locations (http://www.talergof.org.ua/almanah1.html). There is also an "Index of Victims" and other information (http://talergof.org.ua/) and an explanation of abbreviations (http://talergof.org.ua/alfavitnyi_ukazatel-pred.html)


Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine World War I: Burial of Jewish Victims (Galicia & Bukovina), "Talergofsky Almanac" #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

In 1936, the remains of a few Jewish victims were moved to a common grave in a Jewish cemetery in Graz Vettselsdorf. The Talergofa/Talergofsky Memorial page is at: http://talergof.org.ua/mesto-juden.html. Click on the photos to see the thirteen names listed on the head stone. The names are: FLEISCHER, HABER, HASS, JONAS, KATZ, LITWAK, ROTTER, SINGER (2), STAJER, SUCHER, TIRTIW, WEISSMANN

On the same site, in Russian, there is an almanac (Vol. 1) which contains descriptions, photos, etc. by locations (http://www.talergof.org.ua/almanah1.html). There is also an "Index of Victims" and other information (http://talergof.org.ua/) and an explanation of abbreviations (http://talergof.org.ua/alfavitnyi_ukazatel-pred.html)


Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Information on Melitopol, Ukraine #ukraine

Alex Girshovich
 

Dear Forum,

For the last few months I've been looking for the information on my
grand grandfather Gersh GIRSHOVICH.

Unfortunately this branch of my family is almost unknown due to my
grandmother's divorce.

The only document in our family archive is a paybook of Gersh
GIRSHOVICH, who was a paramedic in Melitopol in early 1900-s, before
the revolution. No solid reference to his metrics (birth and death
dates and locations).
His son - my grandfather - married Dina NORKIN >from Bobruysk, Belarus,
born in 1895. Grandfather's real name is also not validated, however
he appeared in my father's patronym as Ilya. In reality he could be
Gilel, Eliya, etc.
My father was born in Bobruysk in 1915, and by 1917 Dina and "Ilya"
separated, and NORKIN family moved to a Russian town of Pskov, and
later to Leningrad.
So far all my searches in tens of databases in Russian and English
were fruitless.

I would very much appreciate any guidelines, ideas or hints that can
help me restoring this chapter of my family history.

BR,
Alex Girshovich
Jersualem, Israel.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Information on Melitopol, Ukraine #ukraine

Alex Girshovich
 

Dear Forum,

For the last few months I've been looking for the information on my
grand grandfather Gersh GIRSHOVICH.

Unfortunately this branch of my family is almost unknown due to my
grandmother's divorce.

The only document in our family archive is a paybook of Gersh
GIRSHOVICH, who was a paramedic in Melitopol in early 1900-s, before
the revolution. No solid reference to his metrics (birth and death
dates and locations).
His son - my grandfather - married Dina NORKIN >from Bobruysk, Belarus,
born in 1895. Grandfather's real name is also not validated, however
he appeared in my father's patronym as Ilya. In reality he could be
Gilel, Eliya, etc.
My father was born in Bobruysk in 1915, and by 1917 Dina and "Ilya"
separated, and NORKIN family moved to a Russian town of Pskov, and
later to Leningrad.
So far all my searches in tens of databases in Russian and English
were fruitless.

I would very much appreciate any guidelines, ideas or hints that can
help me restoring this chapter of my family history.

BR,
Alex Girshovich
Jersualem, Israel.


Martinov #ukraine

bruce.drake@...
 

One possibility for Martinov may be Martynuv Stary, where some of my
ancesters lived. It is about 15 miles >from Rohatyn. I have seen it variously
spelled as Martynuv or even (seemingly Anglicized) to Martenow.

Bruce Drake
Silver Spring Md


Re: location of Martinov and Ruzdwiani #ukraine

Alex Feller
 

Yossi Yaniv asked:
"I look for some information about little village named Ruzdwiani or Martin=
ov
near Rohatyn."

Martinov or Staryi Martyniv is the next town west of Rizdvyany.
Staryi Martyniv is located at 49=C2=BA12'N24=C2=BA33E.
Rizdvyany is located at 49=C2=BA11'N24=C2=BA36'E
Google Maps Link http://goo.gl/maps/r5kLK

Prior to WW1, these towns were part of the Judicial district of
Bursztyn which was within the administrative district of Rohatyn.
According to the Austrian census of 1900, Martynow Nowy had 68 Jews,
Martynow Stary had 48 Jews, and Ruzdwiany had 6 Jews.

On a personal note, my great grandfather had the duty of protecting
the bridge at Martynow during WW1.

Hope this helps.

Alex Feller
Chicago, IL
Rohatyn Shtetl Research Group, Founder.

Researching FAUST, ROTHEN, FUHRMAN, LOEW, KRIEG, MOSCHEL >from Rohatyn;
DORFMAN, SUGARMAN, SIROTA >from Kublich;
FELLER >from Khmelnik.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Martinov #ukraine

bruce.drake@...
 

One possibility for Martinov may be Martynuv Stary, where some of my
ancesters lived. It is about 15 miles >from Rohatyn. I have seen it variously
spelled as Martynuv or even (seemingly Anglicized) to Martenow.

Bruce Drake
Silver Spring Md


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: location of Martinov and Ruzdwiani #ukraine

Alex Feller
 

Yossi Yaniv asked:
"I look for some information about little village named Ruzdwiani or Martin=
ov
near Rohatyn."

Martinov or Staryi Martyniv is the next town west of Rizdvyany.
Staryi Martyniv is located at 49=C2=BA12'N24=C2=BA33E.
Rizdvyany is located at 49=C2=BA11'N24=C2=BA36'E
Google Maps Link http://goo.gl/maps/r5kLK

Prior to WW1, these towns were part of the Judicial district of
Bursztyn which was within the administrative district of Rohatyn.
According to the Austrian census of 1900, Martynow Nowy had 68 Jews,
Martynow Stary had 48 Jews, and Ruzdwiany had 6 Jews.

On a personal note, my great grandfather had the duty of protecting
the bridge at Martynow during WW1.

Hope this helps.

Alex Feller
Chicago, IL
Rohatyn Shtetl Research Group, Founder.

Researching FAUST, ROTHEN, FUHRMAN, LOEW, KRIEG, MOSCHEL >from Rohatyn;
DORFMAN, SUGARMAN, SIROTA >from Kublich;
FELLER >from Khmelnik.

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