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[UK} National Archives Makes Available 19th Century Naturalization Records #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The National Archives of the United Kingdom announced they made available
19th century immigrant naturalization records. The period covers 1801-1871
and 7,000 people who applied for British citizenship during that time
period.

The records include:
- all naturalization applications to the Secretary of State, 1844-1871
- some naturalizations by private Act of Parliament, 1801-1868
- some letters applying for denization, 1801-1840 (denization as defined
by The Free Dictionary: "The act by which a foreigner becomes a subject of
England; but he has not the rights either of a natural born subject, nor of
one who has become naturalized."

You can read about these documents and start your search by going to:
http://tinyurl.com/a4ljknu
Original url:
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/records/naturalisation-case-papers.htm?WT.mc_id=enews0513

I tried several name searches and was able to find their results for the
records but if I wanted to access the actual documents there was a charge.

For information on the guide go to: http://tinyurl.com/bz68bot
Original url:
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/records/research-guides/naturalisation.htm

Jan Meisels Allen
IAJGS Vice President
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen [UK} National Archives Makes Available 19th Century Naturalization Records #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The National Archives of the United Kingdom announced they made available
19th century immigrant naturalization records. The period covers 1801-1871
and 7,000 people who applied for British citizenship during that time
period.

The records include:
- all naturalization applications to the Secretary of State, 1844-1871
- some naturalizations by private Act of Parliament, 1801-1868
- some letters applying for denization, 1801-1840 (denization as defined
by The Free Dictionary: "The act by which a foreigner becomes a subject of
England; but he has not the rights either of a natural born subject, nor of
one who has become naturalized."

You can read about these documents and start your search by going to:
http://tinyurl.com/a4ljknu
Original url:
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/records/naturalisation-case-papers.htm?WT.mc_id=enews0513

I tried several name searches and was able to find their results for the
records but if I wanted to access the actual documents there was a charge.

For information on the guide go to: http://tinyurl.com/bz68bot
Original url:
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/records/research-guides/naturalisation.htm

Jan Meisels Allen
IAJGS Vice President
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Re: I need help trying to help someone prove she is Jewish #belarus

Stephen Weinstein
 

Start by looking on Yad Vashem's website for the family members,
especially direct female line ancestors (maternal grandmother, etc.)
that you can find. Although not all victims were Jews, it is a good
starting point. Many of the listings provide hometowns, maiden names,
or other information that will allow you to narrow the search.

Nazi and/or Russian records are not conclusive proof, because they
used a different definition than Israel now uses. (Only a person with
a Jewish mother or grandmother would be considered Jewish under the
Law of Return. Under Nazi law, anyone with a Jewish father or
grandfather could also be killed.)

Stephen Weinstein
Camarillo, CA, USA

________________________________
"From: Laurie Glicklin <laurie.glicklin@gmail.com>
To: Belarus SIG <belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2013 3:26 PM
Subject: [belarus] I need help trying to help someone prove she is Jewish

I have been trying to help a young woman who lives in Anapa, Russia
because she wants to come to Israel and to live as a Jew. She is very
much interested in converting if she is unable to prove her Jewish
heritage. The most important piece of information that she has to go
on is that her maternal great grandmother was named Rosenblyum, but
that her name was changed to a Russian name after the Holocaust. This
woman lost her entire family in the Shoah.

Does anyone know of someone who can search the Russian and/or Nazi
records for anyone in the Rosenblyum family who came >from Russia?
This is all very new to me and not part of my family at all. However,
I do have a real, personal interest in helping this young woman.

I have contacted a Chabad rabbi in Ramat Beit Shemesh, where I live,
and forwarded to him the information I had >from my friend. There is
no Chabad house near Anapa.

Any help or suggestions that you might provide will be so very much
appreciated."













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Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: I need help trying to help someone prove she is Jewish #belarus

Stephen Weinstein
 

Start by looking on Yad Vashem's website for the family members,
especially direct female line ancestors (maternal grandmother, etc.)
that you can find. Although not all victims were Jews, it is a good
starting point. Many of the listings provide hometowns, maiden names,
or other information that will allow you to narrow the search.

Nazi and/or Russian records are not conclusive proof, because they
used a different definition than Israel now uses. (Only a person with
a Jewish mother or grandmother would be considered Jewish under the
Law of Return. Under Nazi law, anyone with a Jewish father or
grandfather could also be killed.)

Stephen Weinstein
Camarillo, CA, USA

________________________________
"From: Laurie Glicklin <laurie.glicklin@gmail.com>
To: Belarus SIG <belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2013 3:26 PM
Subject: [belarus] I need help trying to help someone prove she is Jewish

I have been trying to help a young woman who lives in Anapa, Russia
because she wants to come to Israel and to live as a Jew. She is very
much interested in converting if she is unable to prove her Jewish
heritage. The most important piece of information that she has to go
on is that her maternal great grandmother was named Rosenblyum, but
that her name was changed to a Russian name after the Holocaust. This
woman lost her entire family in the Shoah.

Does anyone know of someone who can search the Russian and/or Nazi
records for anyone in the Rosenblyum family who came >from Russia?
This is all very new to me and not part of my family at all. However,
I do have a real, personal interest in helping this young woman.

I have contacted a Chabad rabbi in Ramat Beit Shemesh, where I live,
and forwarded to him the information I had >from my friend. There is
no Chabad house near Anapa.

Any help or suggestions that you might provide will be so very much
appreciated."













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LISBERG - Svislach / Grodek #belarus

nigel wilson <wilsonettess@...>
 

Daniel LISBERG b. c. 1850 arrives in Manchester UK with his wife Rebecca/
Betsy in 1874 with 5 children.Daniel was born in Svislach the children
in Grodek - 19 miles >from Svislach.According to Daniel's obiituary
in 1918 his children were: Alfred and Morris (whose descendants
I have found), Mrs. R. Bass 71 Stock St. Cheetham, Mrs. A Seligman
2 Emoville Ave, Dublin, Ireland and Mrs. M. Radnor 31 Waterloo Rd Manchester
It appears that Anna LISBERG married a David SELIGMAN in Ireland,
number of children unknown, Amelia (Millie) LISBERG married a Morris RADNOR
and had Isaac, Celia, Phillip, Tamar, Esther and Julius, and as for
Mrs.BASS nothing is known.The SELIGMAN and RADNOR families are connected
by one of Anna's children marrying one of Amelia's children.Although
I have found both the SELIGMAN and RADNOR families on a well know
family tree site, and have written to those who placed the family information,
there has been no response.If anyone knows they are connected to the
BASS, SELIGMAN or RADNOR families please contact me privately.
Family lore has it that the LISBERG name was originally LISS - however
I can find no proof of this whatsoever, again if anyone has a LISBERG
from Svislach / Grodek connection please contact me.

Thank you for your time.
Patricia Wilson (Israel)


Belarus SIG #Belarus LISBERG - Svislach / Grodek #belarus

nigel wilson <wilsonettess@...>
 

Daniel LISBERG b. c. 1850 arrives in Manchester UK with his wife Rebecca/
Betsy in 1874 with 5 children.Daniel was born in Svislach the children
in Grodek - 19 miles >from Svislach.According to Daniel's obiituary
in 1918 his children were: Alfred and Morris (whose descendants
I have found), Mrs. R. Bass 71 Stock St. Cheetham, Mrs. A Seligman
2 Emoville Ave, Dublin, Ireland and Mrs. M. Radnor 31 Waterloo Rd Manchester
It appears that Anna LISBERG married a David SELIGMAN in Ireland,
number of children unknown, Amelia (Millie) LISBERG married a Morris RADNOR
and had Isaac, Celia, Phillip, Tamar, Esther and Julius, and as for
Mrs.BASS nothing is known.The SELIGMAN and RADNOR families are connected
by one of Anna's children marrying one of Amelia's children.Although
I have found both the SELIGMAN and RADNOR families on a well know
family tree site, and have written to those who placed the family information,
there has been no response.If anyone knows they are connected to the
BASS, SELIGMAN or RADNOR families please contact me privately.
Family lore has it that the LISBERG name was originally LISS - however
I can find no proof of this whatsoever, again if anyone has a LISBERG
from Svislach / Grodek connection please contact me.

Thank you for your time.
Patricia Wilson (Israel)


Proving someone is Jewish #belarus

Carol Rombro Rider
 

Laureen--I have had the priviledge of working with an orthodox rabbi in
Baltimore who is familiar with how much a genealogist can help with such a
problem. He has asked me twice to do such an investigation.
One time we were able to confirm that the maternal ancestry was Jewish and
one time there was not enough information available to help the individual.

Chabad is located all over the world, and even if there is not one in
her home town she should locate the closest one and ask for help. She will
also need someone who understands the necessity of doing an honest search.

What city does her maternal line go back to? Has it always been Anapa,
or did her family move there >from somewhere else during the Shoah?
A surname alone is not enough to guarantee a Jewish background as you know.

We were able to prove one person's maternal background
was Jewish because her great-grandmother was buried in a Jewish
cemetery
in the US at the turn of the century. In today's world, that may not be
enough unless the cemetery is associated with an orthodox congregation,
as the reform congregations frequently bury mixed marriage couples. The
cemetery involved was accepted as proof by several orthodox rabbis.

Also, it will be just like doing any other kind of genealogy research.
The researcher will need as much information as possible on the family
with names,date ranges and place names as well as lateral lines on a family
to do the kind of in depth research that must be done.

Nevertheless, I commend you for reaching out and helping this young
woman.Good luck to both of you and I wish you the best.

Carol Rombro Rider
Baltimore, Maryland USA
cromrider@aol.com


Subject: I need help trying to help someone prove she is Jewish
From: Laurie Glicklin &lt;laurie.glicklin@gmail.com&gt;
Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 18:26:21 -0400
X-Message-Number: 1

I have been trying to help a young woman who lives in Anapa, Russia
because she wants to come to Israel and to live as a Jew.=C2=A0 She is very
much interested in converting if she is unable to prove her Jewish
heritage.=C2=A0 The most important piece of information that she has to go
on is that her maternal great grandmother was named Rosenblyum, but
that her name was changed to a Russian name after the Holocaust.=C2=A0 This
woman lost her entire family in the Shoah.

Does anyone know of someone who can search the Russian and/or Nazi
records for anyone in the Rosenblyum family who came >from Russia?
This is all very new to me and not part of my family at all.=C2=A0 However,
I do have a real, personal=C2=A0 interest in helping this young woman.

I have contacted a Chabad rabbi in Ramat Beit Shemesh, where I live,
and forwarded to him the information I had >from my friend.=C2=A0 There is
no Chabad house near Anapa.

Any help=C2=A0 or suggestions that you might provide will be so very much
appreciated.

Thank you.

Laureen Glicklin Sussman
Bet Shemesh, Israel=C2=A0=20


Belarus SIG #Belarus Proving someone is Jewish #belarus

Carol Rombro Rider
 

Laureen--I have had the priviledge of working with an orthodox rabbi in
Baltimore who is familiar with how much a genealogist can help with such a
problem. He has asked me twice to do such an investigation.
One time we were able to confirm that the maternal ancestry was Jewish and
one time there was not enough information available to help the individual.

Chabad is located all over the world, and even if there is not one in
her home town she should locate the closest one and ask for help. She will
also need someone who understands the necessity of doing an honest search.

What city does her maternal line go back to? Has it always been Anapa,
or did her family move there >from somewhere else during the Shoah?
A surname alone is not enough to guarantee a Jewish background as you know.

We were able to prove one person's maternal background
was Jewish because her great-grandmother was buried in a Jewish
cemetery
in the US at the turn of the century. In today's world, that may not be
enough unless the cemetery is associated with an orthodox congregation,
as the reform congregations frequently bury mixed marriage couples. The
cemetery involved was accepted as proof by several orthodox rabbis.

Also, it will be just like doing any other kind of genealogy research.
The researcher will need as much information as possible on the family
with names,date ranges and place names as well as lateral lines on a family
to do the kind of in depth research that must be done.

Nevertheless, I commend you for reaching out and helping this young
woman.Good luck to both of you and I wish you the best.

Carol Rombro Rider
Baltimore, Maryland USA
cromrider@aol.com


Subject: I need help trying to help someone prove she is Jewish
From: Laurie Glicklin &lt;laurie.glicklin@gmail.com&gt;
Date: Thu, 16 May 2013 18:26:21 -0400
X-Message-Number: 1

I have been trying to help a young woman who lives in Anapa, Russia
because she wants to come to Israel and to live as a Jew.=C2=A0 She is very
much interested in converting if she is unable to prove her Jewish
heritage.=C2=A0 The most important piece of information that she has to go
on is that her maternal great grandmother was named Rosenblyum, but
that her name was changed to a Russian name after the Holocaust.=C2=A0 This
woman lost her entire family in the Shoah.

Does anyone know of someone who can search the Russian and/or Nazi
records for anyone in the Rosenblyum family who came >from Russia?
This is all very new to me and not part of my family at all.=C2=A0 However,
I do have a real, personal=C2=A0 interest in helping this young woman.

I have contacted a Chabad rabbi in Ramat Beit Shemesh, where I live,
and forwarded to him the information I had >from my friend.=C2=A0 There is
no Chabad house near Anapa.

Any help=C2=A0 or suggestions that you might provide will be so very much
appreciated.

Thank you.

Laureen Glicklin Sussman
Bet Shemesh, Israel=C2=A0=20


Lviv/Lvov: Destruction of the Jews" #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

Information and some names >from a Polish language article have been posted at: yourjewishgem.blogspot.com. The original article was authored by Dr. Philip Friedman in 1945.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Lviv/Lvov: Destruction of the Jews" #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

Information and some names >from a Polish language article have been posted at: yourjewishgem.blogspot.com. The original article was authored by Dr. Philip Friedman in 1945.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Help identify children and adults in this photo taken before WWII in Wyszkow #general

Howard Orenstein
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,
Yavne school, established ca. 1925, was a Jewish Orthodox network of
schools, recognized by the Polish government (much like the more known,
more moderate Tarbut schools network), and had branches in towns across
Poland, including Wyszkow.

Please click on this link to see a photo of a classroom taken in Wyszkow:

http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/Psychology/HBO/19390615YavneschoolWyszkow.jpg

Please note the pictures of Tadeusz Kosciuszko and two more Polish
officials on the back walls; all three are framed with Polish colored
(red-white) stripes.

The pupil in front, 3rd >from left (a desk with a book in front of him) is:
Mejer RUZA.

On the left side stands the teacher.

On the right side there are 6 adult persons (3 sitting, 3 standing), who
financed this school. They are wearing Orthodox attire. The one standing in
the middle is Mejer RUBIN, a wealthy Wyszkow grain merchant.

There are members of the PALUCH family in this photo, who are not
identifiable, unfortunately.

The photo, provided by Meir Gover of Israel, is dated June 15, 1939; it's
the end of year photo of the 1st or the 2nd class, ages 7-8 years. About
3 months later, the Germans invaded and decimated Wyszkow. Most everyone in
the picture did not survive, sadly.

If you can add anything about the photo including who might be pictured
therein, please contact me.

Thank you.

Howard Orenstein, Ph.D.
Westminster,MD
horenstein@mcdaniel.edu
Explore Your Jewish Heritage in Wyszkow,Poland:
http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/Psychology/HBO/JHWyszkow3.html
Jewish Heritage in Serock,Poland:
http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/Psychology/HBO/JHSerock3/Welcome.html
Searching for:
ORENSTEIN -- Serock, Wyszkow, Pultusk, Poland
HOLLAND (GOLAND), PIENIEK, OSTROWIAK -- Serock, Wyszkow, Poland
BLUM (BLOOM) -- Wyszkow, Poland; London, England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help identify children and adults in this photo taken before WWII in Wyszkow #general

Howard Orenstein
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,
Yavne school, established ca. 1925, was a Jewish Orthodox network of
schools, recognized by the Polish government (much like the more known,
more moderate Tarbut schools network), and had branches in towns across
Poland, including Wyszkow.

Please click on this link to see a photo of a classroom taken in Wyszkow:

http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/Psychology/HBO/19390615YavneschoolWyszkow.jpg

Please note the pictures of Tadeusz Kosciuszko and two more Polish
officials on the back walls; all three are framed with Polish colored
(red-white) stripes.

The pupil in front, 3rd >from left (a desk with a book in front of him) is:
Mejer RUZA.

On the left side stands the teacher.

On the right side there are 6 adult persons (3 sitting, 3 standing), who
financed this school. They are wearing Orthodox attire. The one standing in
the middle is Mejer RUBIN, a wealthy Wyszkow grain merchant.

There are members of the PALUCH family in this photo, who are not
identifiable, unfortunately.

The photo, provided by Meir Gover of Israel, is dated June 15, 1939; it's
the end of year photo of the 1st or the 2nd class, ages 7-8 years. About
3 months later, the Germans invaded and decimated Wyszkow. Most everyone in
the picture did not survive, sadly.

If you can add anything about the photo including who might be pictured
therein, please contact me.

Thank you.

Howard Orenstein, Ph.D.
Westminster,MD
horenstein@mcdaniel.edu
Explore Your Jewish Heritage in Wyszkow,Poland:
http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/Psychology/HBO/JHWyszkow3.html
Jewish Heritage in Serock,Poland:
http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/Psychology/HBO/JHSerock3/Welcome.html
Searching for:
ORENSTEIN -- Serock, Wyszkow, Pultusk, Poland
HOLLAND (GOLAND), PIENIEK, OSTROWIAK -- Serock, Wyszkow, Poland
BLUM (BLOOM) -- Wyszkow, Poland; London, England


Re: Unindexed Jewish record: Moses MICHAL, Albany Co., NY in 1740 #general

Sharon Korn <s.r.korn@...>
 

MERYL RIZZOTTI <mrizzotti@sbcglobal.net> wrote
This is a long shot, but maybe someone is looking for this ancestor. It
is a will and probate for Moses MICHAL in Albany Co., NY in 1740. He,
apparently, was >from the Isle of Curacao which I think is north of
Venezuela. His wife was Catharine HACHER, also Jewish. It would be hard
for someone to find since it is >from unindexed files...
Moses MICHAL (usually spelled MICHAEL but spelled in various ways)
immigrated to New York >from Germany by 1707. There is some incorrect
information on the internet that he was brought as an infant, but he
actually arrived as a young man.

He was a major benefactor of Congregation Shearith Israel, which referred
to him as Mosseh Bar MICHAELL. As a merchant, he travelled regularly
between New York and the West Indies.

He became mortally ill in Curacao, where he wrote his will in the island's
Dutch language and was buried. The will was recorded in New York City.
Perhaps it was also recorded in Albany County because he owned property
there.

If anyone would like a copy of an English translation of the will, for
which I do not have a readily available internet link, please write to
me and I will provide it privately.

Sharon Korn
San Diego, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Unindexed Jewish record: Moses MICHAL, Albany Co., NY in 1740 #general

Sharon Korn <s.r.korn@...>
 

MERYL RIZZOTTI <mrizzotti@sbcglobal.net> wrote
This is a long shot, but maybe someone is looking for this ancestor. It
is a will and probate for Moses MICHAL in Albany Co., NY in 1740. He,
apparently, was >from the Isle of Curacao which I think is north of
Venezuela. His wife was Catharine HACHER, also Jewish. It would be hard
for someone to find since it is >from unindexed files...
Moses MICHAL (usually spelled MICHAEL but spelled in various ways)
immigrated to New York >from Germany by 1707. There is some incorrect
information on the internet that he was brought as an infant, but he
actually arrived as a young man.

He was a major benefactor of Congregation Shearith Israel, which referred
to him as Mosseh Bar MICHAELL. As a merchant, he travelled regularly
between New York and the West Indies.

He became mortally ill in Curacao, where he wrote his will in the island's
Dutch language and was buried. The will was recorded in New York City.
Perhaps it was also recorded in Albany County because he owned property
there.

If anyone would like a copy of an English translation of the will, for
which I do not have a readily available internet link, please write to
me and I will provide it privately.

Sharon Korn
San Diego, CA


Re: Ukraine or Galicia? #general

Alexander Sharon <olek.sharon@...>
 

Sheila Coyne wrote:
In researching my paternal grandmother's family, I've run into a bit of
geographical confusion. I was long told that Emma SILBERT was from
Chmelnik in Galicia. Subsequent family records have indicated that I'm
dealing with two sets of first cousins: one group (Labe, Lipe, Manya, and
Esther KERZNER/KERSHNER) reportedly >from Ulanov, and the other (Chaim,
Nechama, Sora, and Chaya Rivka GRIBELSKY) >from "P'dolsk."

All of the Gribelskys traveled under that name and subsequently adopted
their mother's name of SILBERT in the U.S. On their Gribelsky ship
manifests, they all said they were living in (and left their spouses/parents
in) Chmelnik.

The Kerzners (most of whom adopted the name "KESSLER" once in the U.S.) also
said they were living in Chmelnik, but listed "Ulanov, Podolsk" as their
birthplace. Given Ulanov's (in modern Ukraine) closeness to Chmelnik, it
seems I ought to be looking in the Ukrainian database. On the other hand,
nothing comes up under the "Town Finder" when I type "Pdolsk" or "Pdolya,"
other than Kamenetz-Podolsk, which indicates its Yiddish name was "Komenetz."

Could someone with a better grasp of geography than I clarify whether I
ought to be checking primarily the Ukrainian or the Polish database? I've
looked at both, and contacted other searchers listed at Family Finder, thus
far with minimal success.
Sheila,

Chmelnik (modern spelling is Khmilnyk) in Litin "uyezd" (district),
and nearby Ulanov (also in Litin uyezd) are both located in Podolia
Province of Eastern Ukraine.

Podolia is not a town but an administrative region and a Province. The
name Podolia appeared in the 14th century when the Poles began to
colonize the area.

Best

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Ukraine or Galicia? #general

Alexander Sharon <olek.sharon@...>
 

Sheila Coyne wrote:
In researching my paternal grandmother's family, I've run into a bit of
geographical confusion. I was long told that Emma SILBERT was from
Chmelnik in Galicia. Subsequent family records have indicated that I'm
dealing with two sets of first cousins: one group (Labe, Lipe, Manya, and
Esther KERZNER/KERSHNER) reportedly >from Ulanov, and the other (Chaim,
Nechama, Sora, and Chaya Rivka GRIBELSKY) >from "P'dolsk."

All of the Gribelskys traveled under that name and subsequently adopted
their mother's name of SILBERT in the U.S. On their Gribelsky ship
manifests, they all said they were living in (and left their spouses/parents
in) Chmelnik.

The Kerzners (most of whom adopted the name "KESSLER" once in the U.S.) also
said they were living in Chmelnik, but listed "Ulanov, Podolsk" as their
birthplace. Given Ulanov's (in modern Ukraine) closeness to Chmelnik, it
seems I ought to be looking in the Ukrainian database. On the other hand,
nothing comes up under the "Town Finder" when I type "Pdolsk" or "Pdolya,"
other than Kamenetz-Podolsk, which indicates its Yiddish name was "Komenetz."

Could someone with a better grasp of geography than I clarify whether I
ought to be checking primarily the Ukrainian or the Polish database? I've
looked at both, and contacted other searchers listed at Family Finder, thus
far with minimal success.
Sheila,

Chmelnik (modern spelling is Khmilnyk) in Litin "uyezd" (district),
and nearby Ulanov (also in Litin uyezd) are both located in Podolia
Province of Eastern Ukraine.

Podolia is not a town but an administrative region and a Province. The
name Podolia appeared in the 14th century when the Poles began to
colonize the area.

Best

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


Re: Avigdor HAMEIRI - Picture #general

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Thanks to all who sent pictures and advice. No need for more.

Shavua tov

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Avigdor HAMEIRI - Picture #general

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Thanks to all who sent pictures and advice. No need for more.

Shavua tov

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem


"Roots" trips to Germany #general

Barbara Siegel
 

Dear Genners,

Will the person who so helpfully wrote to me requesting more specific
details re my interest in finding a roots trip to Germany please resend the
E-mail?

I would very much like to get back to him, but unfortunately the message has
been misplaced in cyber space.

Barbara Siegel bsiegel@netvision.net.il
Jerusalem/Chicago


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen "Roots" trips to Germany #general

Barbara Siegel
 

Dear Genners,

Will the person who so helpfully wrote to me requesting more specific
details re my interest in finding a roots trip to Germany please resend the
E-mail?

I would very much like to get back to him, but unfortunately the message has
been misplaced in cyber space.

Barbara Siegel bsiegel@netvision.net.il
Jerusalem/Chicago

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