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ABRAMSON of Diszna, Sydney and Israel #general

Neil@...
 

Looking for the descendants of the ABRAMSON rabbinical family from
Diszna and then Australia and Israel.
Thanks
Neil Rosenstein

G13.8. Sorke (Sarah), married Isaac Eizik, son of Feiwish Abramson.

G14.1. R. Asher Abramson, born in Disna in 1910 and died in Sydney,
Australia on November 7, 1981, married Chay Basya Gutnick whose first
husaand, R. Mordecai Zeev Gutnik had died in 1931 (parents of R.
Shneur Chaim HaKohen Gutnick, born in 1921 and died in 2003, father of
the wealthy Chabad philanthropist Joseph Gutnick). R. Asher accepted
a rabbinical position in Sydney

G14.2. Baruch Abramson (twin), born in 1914 lived in Jerusalem,
Israel. Rechov Tzepahnia.

G15. Three sons living in Israel.

G14.3. Simcha Abramson, (twin), a merchant, born in 1914 and died in
Disna about 1943. He lived prior to WWII in Poland. During the war he
was in Disna. He was murdered/perished in Glebokie, Poland.[1]

G14.4. Isaac Abramson.
___
[1] This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his brother.
--
Neil Rosenstein


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ABRAMSON of Diszna, Sydney and Israel #general

Neil@...
 

Looking for the descendants of the ABRAMSON rabbinical family from
Diszna and then Australia and Israel.
Thanks
Neil Rosenstein

G13.8. Sorke (Sarah), married Isaac Eizik, son of Feiwish Abramson.

G14.1. R. Asher Abramson, born in Disna in 1910 and died in Sydney,
Australia on November 7, 1981, married Chay Basya Gutnick whose first
husaand, R. Mordecai Zeev Gutnik had died in 1931 (parents of R.
Shneur Chaim HaKohen Gutnick, born in 1921 and died in 2003, father of
the wealthy Chabad philanthropist Joseph Gutnick). R. Asher accepted
a rabbinical position in Sydney

G14.2. Baruch Abramson (twin), born in 1914 lived in Jerusalem,
Israel. Rechov Tzepahnia.

G15. Three sons living in Israel.

G14.3. Simcha Abramson, (twin), a merchant, born in 1914 and died in
Disna about 1943. He lived prior to WWII in Poland. During the war he
was in Disna. He was murdered/perished in Glebokie, Poland.[1]

G14.4. Isaac Abramson.
___
[1] This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his brother.
--
Neil Rosenstein


Family ABRAMSON and descendants of Diszna, Australia and Israel #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Looking for the family ABRAMSON and descendants of Diszna, Australia
and Israel (Jerusalem).
Thanks
Neil Rosenstein

G13.8. Sorke (Sarah), married Isaac Eizik, son of Feiwish Abramson.

G14.1. R. Asher Abramson, born in Disna in 1910 and died in Sydney,
Australia on November 7, 1981, married Chay Basya Gutnick whose first
husaand, R. Mordecai Zeev Gutnik had died in 1931 (parents of R.
Shneur Chaim HaKohen Gutnick, born in 1921 and died in 2003, father of
the wealthy Chabad philanthropist Joseph Gutnick). R. Asher accepted
a rabbinical position in Sydney
G14.2. Baruch Abramson (twin), born in 1914 lived in Jerusalem,
Israel. Rechov Tzepahnia.

G15. Three sons living in Israel.

G14.3. Simcha Abramson, (twin), a merchant, born in 1914 and died in
Disna about 1943. He lived prior to WWII in Poland. During the war he
was in Disna. He was murdered/perished in Glebokie, Poland.
G14.4. Isaac Abramson.

--
Neil Rosenstein


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Family ABRAMSON and descendants of Diszna, Australia and Israel #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Looking for the family ABRAMSON and descendants of Diszna, Australia
and Israel (Jerusalem).
Thanks
Neil Rosenstein

G13.8. Sorke (Sarah), married Isaac Eizik, son of Feiwish Abramson.

G14.1. R. Asher Abramson, born in Disna in 1910 and died in Sydney,
Australia on November 7, 1981, married Chay Basya Gutnick whose first
husaand, R. Mordecai Zeev Gutnik had died in 1931 (parents of R.
Shneur Chaim HaKohen Gutnick, born in 1921 and died in 2003, father of
the wealthy Chabad philanthropist Joseph Gutnick). R. Asher accepted
a rabbinical position in Sydney
G14.2. Baruch Abramson (twin), born in 1914 lived in Jerusalem,
Israel. Rechov Tzepahnia.

G15. Three sons living in Israel.

G14.3. Simcha Abramson, (twin), a merchant, born in 1914 and died in
Disna about 1943. He lived prior to WWII in Poland. During the war he
was in Disna. He was murdered/perished in Glebokie, Poland.
G14.4. Isaac Abramson.

--
Neil Rosenstein


Family from Salonika via Livorno #sephardic

Vicki Alvy
 

My ancestors Joseph Ferndandez (born Salonika 1830) and Rachel
Allatini Ferndandez (born Salonika 1836) had roots in Livorno.
I am trying to discover the names of their parents to try to learn
when we lived in Livorno and if there are any descendants living there
now. Does anyone have access to names of jewish families residing in
Salonika in late 18th century, early 19th century who may have come
from Livorno? Thank you. Please respond to my email if you have
information: vmalvy@verizon.net Vida Alvy, NJ, USA


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Family from Salonika via Livorno #sephardic

Vicki Alvy
 

My ancestors Joseph Ferndandez (born Salonika 1830) and Rachel
Allatini Ferndandez (born Salonika 1836) had roots in Livorno.
I am trying to discover the names of their parents to try to learn
when we lived in Livorno and if there are any descendants living there
now. Does anyone have access to names of jewish families residing in
Salonika in late 18th century, early 19th century who may have come
from Livorno? Thank you. Please respond to my email if you have
information: vmalvy@verizon.net Vida Alvy, NJ, USA


HYAMS family #unitedkingdom

aajacobus@...
 

I would like to contact someone researching the HYAMS family :Barnett (Barnet,
Dov Behr) Hyams marr Elizabeth Davis 1840. their son David Hyams had 10 children -
their daughter Matilda was a furniture dealer in 115 London Rd Southark SE her
children by Jack Jacobs ie Doris and Mark are /were first cousins of mine -


Aubrey Jacobus
London


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom HYAMS family #unitedkingdom

aajacobus@...
 

I would like to contact someone researching the HYAMS family :Barnett (Barnet,
Dov Behr) Hyams marr Elizabeth Davis 1840. their son David Hyams had 10 children -
their daughter Matilda was a furniture dealer in 115 London Rd Southark SE her
children by Jack Jacobs ie Doris and Mark are /were first cousins of mine -


Aubrey Jacobus
London


a new branch of the ISENBURGER Stammbaum -- thanks to JewishGen's JGFF Alert System #germany

Renee Steinig
 

Thanks to JewishGen's JGFF Alert System, I was recently notified about
a new JewishGen Family Finder listing that matched one of my own --
ISENBURGER >from Melbach. I sent an email >from the JGFF and within an
hour heard back >from a previously unknown third cousin once removed!
We've since exchanged large amounts of information on our two branches
of the ISENBURGER family -- the descendants of Levi ISENBURGER (my
great-grandfather) and of Jette ISENBURGER MARX (her
great-great-grandmother).

What a wonderful service! I've posted an additional thank you on
JewishGen's Wall of Honor:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen-erosity/Honors0.html

For more information about the JGFF Alert System see
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/valueadded.asp and
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/FAQ/#q3.7

Renee Stern Steinig, Dix Hills, New York, genmaven@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany a new branch of the ISENBURGER Stammbaum -- thanks to JewishGen's JGFF Alert System #germany

Renee Steinig
 

Thanks to JewishGen's JGFF Alert System, I was recently notified about
a new JewishGen Family Finder listing that matched one of my own --
ISENBURGER >from Melbach. I sent an email >from the JGFF and within an
hour heard back >from a previously unknown third cousin once removed!
We've since exchanged large amounts of information on our two branches
of the ISENBURGER family -- the descendants of Levi ISENBURGER (my
great-grandfather) and of Jette ISENBURGER MARX (her
great-great-grandmother).

What a wonderful service! I've posted an additional thank you on
JewishGen's Wall of Honor:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen-erosity/Honors0.html

For more information about the JGFF Alert System see
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/valueadded.asp and
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/FAQ/#q3.7

Renee Stern Steinig, Dix Hills, New York, genmaven@gmail.com


GILBERT family #galicia

Patrick Atlas <message@...>
 

I am searching for the GILBERT family emigrated to the USA >from
Galicia, Austria, via France in 1923.

Sam GILBERT was born GELBERGER in Brzesko, Galicia, Austria, on
July 4, 1893. He died in April 1969 in Brooklyn, New York, USA.
He married Berthe KOLB on April 15, 1919. They had Antoinette on
Feb. 16, 1921 (Austria) and Irving on Oct. 30, 1927 (New York).
Irving died in New York on Nov. 8, 1992.

All I know is that Irving was married twice and had 4 children
(Jamy, John...). Antoinette had 3 children.

If anyone knows descendants of this family, I will thank him a lot!

Patrick Atlas
France

Families:
ATLAS (Lemberg-Lwow-Lviv, Poland - France - USA)
GELB(B)ERGER (Austria - France - USA - Israel)
CA(J)GFINGER/ZEIGFINGER (Poland - France - USA - Israel)
ROZENCWAJG/ROSENZWEIG (Poland - France - USA)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia GILBERT family #galicia

Patrick Atlas <message@...>
 

I am searching for the GILBERT family emigrated to the USA >from
Galicia, Austria, via France in 1923.

Sam GILBERT was born GELBERGER in Brzesko, Galicia, Austria, on
July 4, 1893. He died in April 1969 in Brooklyn, New York, USA.
He married Berthe KOLB on April 15, 1919. They had Antoinette on
Feb. 16, 1921 (Austria) and Irving on Oct. 30, 1927 (New York).
Irving died in New York on Nov. 8, 1992.

All I know is that Irving was married twice and had 4 children
(Jamy, John...). Antoinette had 3 children.

If anyone knows descendants of this family, I will thank him a lot!

Patrick Atlas
France

Families:
ATLAS (Lemberg-Lwow-Lviv, Poland - France - USA)
GELB(B)ERGER (Austria - France - USA - Israel)
CA(J)GFINGER/ZEIGFINGER (Poland - France - USA - Israel)
ROZENCWAJG/ROSENZWEIG (Poland - France - USA)


Re: searching info on uncle who died mysteriously in Baltimore Md mid-1960's #general

Sherri Bobish
 

Janice asked about finding a death in Baltimore in the early 1960's.

You can search Baltimore death index on-line at:
http://mdvitalrec.net/cfm/dsp_search.cfm
Select Baltimore City Death Index - Health Department, Bureau of Vital
Statistics (Death Record, Index) 1875-1972 MSA CE 42
The names are by soundex code, not strictly alphabetical, and grouped
by 2-year interval. It lists age of person, which should be helpful.

Also, http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/baltsun/advancedsearch.html
Baltimore Sun archive. You can search for free, but the articles are
not. I would imagine you could find a library that has this for free
on their computers.

You can't always tell what the article is >from the headline on the
free search, you really have to see the entire page to know what
other articles will come up on the page.

I did a quick search for Henry Friedman (in quotes) and came up with
several hits in the early 60's timeframe.

Regards,

Sherri Bobish
Princeton, NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: searching info on uncle who died mysteriously in Baltimore Md mid-1960's #general

Sherri Bobish
 

Janice asked about finding a death in Baltimore in the early 1960's.

You can search Baltimore death index on-line at:
http://mdvitalrec.net/cfm/dsp_search.cfm
Select Baltimore City Death Index - Health Department, Bureau of Vital
Statistics (Death Record, Index) 1875-1972 MSA CE 42
The names are by soundex code, not strictly alphabetical, and grouped
by 2-year interval. It lists age of person, which should be helpful.

Also, http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/baltsun/advancedsearch.html
Baltimore Sun archive. You can search for free, but the articles are
not. I would imagine you could find a library that has this for free
on their computers.

You can't always tell what the article is >from the headline on the
free search, you really have to see the entire page to know what
other articles will come up on the page.

I did a quick search for Henry Friedman (in quotes) and came up with
several hits in the early 60's timeframe.

Regards,

Sherri Bobish
Princeton, NJ


Re: Opinion re: Archives.com #general

Sherri Bobish
 

Michael asked:

Has anyone found other (free or for pay) services...

www.familysearch.org
LDS' free site

www.fultonhistory.ocm
Free site to search and read old NY digitized newspapers

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:List_of_online_newspaper_archives
Wiki list of on-line digitzed newspapers - worldwide - broken down by
geographic region.

http://www.donslist.net/PGHLookups/DirM.htm
Free site - some old U.S. city directories

And, don't forget Google Books. They have some old city directories,
Jewish Communal Register, and millions of other books. Search your
ancestors names, or the towns they came from, and you may be surprised.

Regards,

Sherri Bobish
Princeton, NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Opinion re: Archives.com #general

Sherri Bobish
 

Michael asked:

Has anyone found other (free or for pay) services...

www.familysearch.org
LDS' free site

www.fultonhistory.ocm
Free site to search and read old NY digitized newspapers

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:List_of_online_newspaper_archives
Wiki list of on-line digitzed newspapers - worldwide - broken down by
geographic region.

http://www.donslist.net/PGHLookups/DirM.htm
Free site - some old U.S. city directories

And, don't forget Google Books. They have some old city directories,
Jewish Communal Register, and millions of other books. Search your
ancestors names, or the towns they came from, and you may be surprised.

Regards,

Sherri Bobish
Princeton, NJ


Re: Rabbi Gavriel Zev MARGOLIS #general

Sherri Bobish
 

Ida,

A 1935 obit in The Brooklyn Daily Eage for Gabriel W. MARGOLIS,
which lists names of descendents, can be found at
www.fultonhistory.com This is a free site to search & read old NY
digitized newspapers.

Regards,

Sherri Bobish
Princeton, NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Rabbi Gavriel Zev MARGOLIS #general

Sherri Bobish
 

Ida,

A 1935 obit in The Brooklyn Daily Eage for Gabriel W. MARGOLIS,
which lists names of descendents, can be found at
www.fultonhistory.com This is a free site to search & read old NY
digitized newspapers.

Regards,

Sherri Bobish
Princeton, NJ


archives for Tuchin (Tyczyn,Tuchyn), Ukraine #general

Jim Gutterman
 

Both my pgf and pgm emigrated >from Tuchin to NYC at the turn of the
20th century. I have obtained a good deal of information about their
respective siblings who also emigrated, and I am now at the point
where I am beginning to research back into Europe, in particular to
ascertain the family makeup >from whence they came. In particular, I
know that each had a number of siblings who didn't remained back in
Russia and never made it out. I have identified >from jri-poland and
other sources several promising archives, a number of which are "part"
of the ukraine <http://www.archives.gov.ua/Eng/>. Two of these are the
State Archives of Rivne Oblast and of Zhytomir Oblast. Before going
off and emailing or otherwise contacting these sources, I wanted to
check with other members as to advices, experiences, etc that they
have had with either the specific archives mentioned or just obtaining
records >from the Ukraine in general (ie contact them in english or no,
alternate non-governmental sources for Tuchin, level of assistance or
lack thereof that I might expect, etc.). Thank you.

James Gutterman (Gutterman, Goodman, Geller, Ochs, Land(e)sman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen archives for Tuchin (Tyczyn,Tuchyn), Ukraine #general

Jim Gutterman
 

Both my pgf and pgm emigrated >from Tuchin to NYC at the turn of the
20th century. I have obtained a good deal of information about their
respective siblings who also emigrated, and I am now at the point
where I am beginning to research back into Europe, in particular to
ascertain the family makeup >from whence they came. In particular, I
know that each had a number of siblings who didn't remained back in
Russia and never made it out. I have identified >from jri-poland and
other sources several promising archives, a number of which are "part"
of the ukraine <http://www.archives.gov.ua/Eng/>. Two of these are the
State Archives of Rivne Oblast and of Zhytomir Oblast. Before going
off and emailing or otherwise contacting these sources, I wanted to
check with other members as to advices, experiences, etc that they
have had with either the specific archives mentioned or just obtaining
records >from the Ukraine in general (ie contact them in english or no,
alternate non-governmental sources for Tuchin, level of assistance or
lack thereof that I might expect, etc.). Thank you.

James Gutterman (Gutterman, Goodman, Geller, Ochs, Land(e)sman

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