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Vilnius internal passport records, 1919-1940, have been added to the database #belarus

Howard Margol
 

3,984 internal passport records, 1919-1940, have been added to the
JewishGen Lithuania Database and are now available to researchers.

The records are for Jews who applied for their internal passport in the
following places - Panevezys, Siauliai District, Klaipeda, and the city of

Vilnius. A wealth of information is included in these records.

The Vilnius I.P. records include many Jews who came >from various places in

Belarus.

Even if your ancestor did not live in either of those places, it is a good

idea to do a surname search of the database anyway. In many cases, the
place where the person was born or previously lived, is included. This is

particular true in the case of those who applied for their internal passport
in Vilnius. A large percentage of those individuals came >from somewhere else.


A large percentage of the individual files include other documents. If you

find a record of your ancestor, you can contact the archive and obtain a

copy of every page in every document, including photographs.

For a full explanation of the internal passport project; to see samples of

the various documents in the files; and for instructions on contacting the=

archive; please go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Lithuania/InternalPassports.htm

As of June 30, 2013, a total of 116,191 internal passport records have
been translated and, 87,403 of those records are included in the searchable

database. There is an 18 month delay between the date the records are
translate and the date they are included in the database.

Vilnius 939,079 records (IN PROGRESS)

Howard Margol
Founder, coordinator, Lithuania Internal Passport Project, 1919-1940


Thanks Re: Variations to name Sindl #general

Alex Woodle
 

Dear Siggers,

Thanks once again to all that replied.

Regards,

Alex Woodle
Groton, MA


Hyman ISRAEL #general

Lois Cohen
 

Looking for information on an uncle Hyman ISRAEL. Also know as Hyman A.
ISRAEL.
Hyman ISRAEL was born in Baltimore, MD on Aug.10, 1914 the son of Jacob and
Ida ISRAEL.
On his World War 2 Army Enlistment Record he stated he was single.

I know that he died before 2000. He may have lived in New York. All the
Hyman ISRAELs I have seen on Ancestry do not appear to be my relative.
Does anyone know when he died or if he was married and had descendants?

Lois Cohen
Cranston, RI
Loisteach@verizon.net


Belarus SIG #Belarus Vilnius internal passport records, 1919-1940, have been added to the database #belarus

Howard Margol
 

3,984 internal passport records, 1919-1940, have been added to the
JewishGen Lithuania Database and are now available to researchers.

The records are for Jews who applied for their internal passport in the
following places - Panevezys, Siauliai District, Klaipeda, and the city of

Vilnius. A wealth of information is included in these records.

The Vilnius I.P. records include many Jews who came >from various places in

Belarus.

Even if your ancestor did not live in either of those places, it is a good

idea to do a surname search of the database anyway. In many cases, the
place where the person was born or previously lived, is included. This is

particular true in the case of those who applied for their internal passport
in Vilnius. A large percentage of those individuals came >from somewhere else.


A large percentage of the individual files include other documents. If you

find a record of your ancestor, you can contact the archive and obtain a

copy of every page in every document, including photographs.

For a full explanation of the internal passport project; to see samples of

the various documents in the files; and for instructions on contacting the=

archive; please go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Lithuania/InternalPassports.htm

As of June 30, 2013, a total of 116,191 internal passport records have
been translated and, 87,403 of those records are included in the searchable

database. There is an 18 month delay between the date the records are
translate and the date they are included in the database.

Vilnius 939,079 records (IN PROGRESS)

Howard Margol
Founder, coordinator, Lithuania Internal Passport Project, 1919-1940


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thanks Re: Variations to name Sindl #general

Alex Woodle
 

Dear Siggers,

Thanks once again to all that replied.

Regards,

Alex Woodle
Groton, MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hyman ISRAEL #general

Lois Cohen
 

Looking for information on an uncle Hyman ISRAEL. Also know as Hyman A.
ISRAEL.
Hyman ISRAEL was born in Baltimore, MD on Aug.10, 1914 the son of Jacob and
Ida ISRAEL.
On his World War 2 Army Enlistment Record he stated he was single.

I know that he died before 2000. He may have lived in New York. All the
Hyman ISRAELs I have seen on Ancestry do not appear to be my relative.
Does anyone know when he died or if he was married and had descendants?

Lois Cohen
Cranston, RI
Loisteach@verizon.net


Re: origin and alternate names for Sindl #general

Ury Link
 

Dear Genners,

I think that the name Sindl get out >from the German-Yiddish name
Schoene -Sheyne.

from Sheyne it changed to Sheyndel and then to Sindel
Best regards

Ury Link
Amsterdam
Holland
uryl@xs4all.nl


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re:origin and alternate names for Sindl #general

Ury Link
 

Dear Genners,

I think that the name Sindl get out >from the German-Yiddish name
Schoene -Sheyne.

from Sheyne it changed to Sheyndel and then to Sindel
Best regards

Ury Link
Amsterdam
Holland
uryl@xs4all.nl


3,984 internal passport records, 1919-1940, have been added to the database #general

Howard Margol
 

3,984 internal passport records, 1919-1940, have been added to the
JewishGen Lithuania Database and are now available to researchers.

The records are for Jews who applied for their internal passport in the
following places - Panevezys, Siauliai District, Klaipeda, and the city of
Vilnius. A wealth of information is included in these records.

Even if your ancestor did not live in either of those places, it is a good
idea to do a surname search of the database anyway. In many cases, the
place where the person was born or previously lived, is included. This is
particular true in the case of those who applied for their internal passport in
Vilnius. A large percentage of those individuals came >from somewhere else.

A large percentage of the individual files include other documents. If you
find a record of your ancestor, you can contact the archive and obtain a
copy of every page in every document, including photographs.

For a full explanation of the internal passport project; to see samples of
the various documents in the files; and for instructions on contacting the
archive; please go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Lithuania/InternalPassports.htm

As of June 30, 2013, a total of 116,191 internal passport records have
been translated and, 87,403 of those records are included in the searchable
database. There is an 18 month delay between the date the records are
translate and the date they are included in the database.

Following is a complete list of all of the internal passport records that
have been translated, including the records that have been translated but
not added to the database as yet.

Total Internal Passport Records translated.
Alytus -- 5,393 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Andriejavas & Kuliai (Telsiai) -- 153 records(Completed - on Telsiai DRG
web site)
Birzai (City) -- 2,739 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
( Birzai Uyezd) Papilys, Krincinas, Daujenai, Birzai District -- 120
records -- (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
(Birzai Uyezd) Budbergis, Pumpenai, Zeimelis -- 179 records (Completed - on
Panevezys DRG web site)
(Birzai Uyezd)-Salociai -Vaskai-256 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG
web site)
(Birzai Uyezd)-Joniskelis -170 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
(Birzai Uyezd) Nemunelio Radviliskis -- 190 records (Completed - on
Panevezys DRG web site)
Butrimonys (Trakai) -- 15 records (Completed -- on Trakai DRG web site)
Eisiskes -- 350 records (Completed - on Lida DRG web site)
Gargzdai (Telsiai) 847 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Imbradas (Zarasai) 44 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Jonava -- 840 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Jurbarkas -- 968 records (in process - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Kartena & Darbenai -- 517 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kaunas (City) -- 27,656 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Kaunas Uyezd - 3,846 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Kedainiai -- 311 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Klaipeda -- 915 records (Completed - on Klaipeda DRG web site)
Kretinga District -- 131 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kretinga (City) -- 740 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kudirkos Naumiestis (Suwalki) -- 8 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web
site)
Linkuva (Panevezys) 437 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Marijampole -- 4,238 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Mazeikiai -- 15 records (Completed - available on Siauliai DRG web site)
Mosedis (Telsiai) 138 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Naujamiestis -- 261 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Palanga (Telsiai) -- 298 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Panevezys -- 12,699 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Pasvalys (Birzai Uyezd) -- 214 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Plateliai (Telsiai) 114 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Plunge (Telsiai) 108 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Pumpenai (Birzai Uyezd) -- 245 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Pusalotas (Birzai Uyezd) -- 178 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Raseiniai Uyezd -- 49 records (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Rokiskis -- 192 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Rozalimas -- 67 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Salakas (Zarasai) 581 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Salantai (Telsiai) 499 records - (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Seinai District -- (includes Kapciamiestis & Lazdijai) - 453 records
(Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Siauliai District -- 16,147 records (in progress) (on Siauliai DRG web
site)
Skuodas (Telsiai) -- 954 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Taurage District -- 1,035 records (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Telsiai District -- 1,623 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Trakai District -- 1,421 records (Completed - on Trakai DRG web site)
Troskunai -- 505 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Ukmerge -- 6,015 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Utena District - 5,686 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Vabalninkas (Birzai Uyezd) -- 488 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Vandziogala and surrounding area -- 694 records (Completed- on Kaunas DRG
web site)
Veivirzenai (Raseiniai) -- 212 lines (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Vilkaviskis & Kybartai -- 19 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Vilnius -- 9,079 records (in progress)
Zarasai -- 3,203 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Zeizmariai (Trakai) 1,311 records (Completed - on Trakai DRG web site)

Howard Margol
Founder, coordinator, Lithuania Internal Passport Project, 1919-1940


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 3,984 internal passport records, 1919-1940, have been added to the database #general

Howard Margol
 

3,984 internal passport records, 1919-1940, have been added to the
JewishGen Lithuania Database and are now available to researchers.

The records are for Jews who applied for their internal passport in the
following places - Panevezys, Siauliai District, Klaipeda, and the city of
Vilnius. A wealth of information is included in these records.

Even if your ancestor did not live in either of those places, it is a good
idea to do a surname search of the database anyway. In many cases, the
place where the person was born or previously lived, is included. This is
particular true in the case of those who applied for their internal passport in
Vilnius. A large percentage of those individuals came >from somewhere else.

A large percentage of the individual files include other documents. If you
find a record of your ancestor, you can contact the archive and obtain a
copy of every page in every document, including photographs.

For a full explanation of the internal passport project; to see samples of
the various documents in the files; and for instructions on contacting the
archive; please go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Lithuania/InternalPassports.htm

As of June 30, 2013, a total of 116,191 internal passport records have
been translated and, 87,403 of those records are included in the searchable
database. There is an 18 month delay between the date the records are
translate and the date they are included in the database.

Following is a complete list of all of the internal passport records that
have been translated, including the records that have been translated but
not added to the database as yet.

Total Internal Passport Records translated.
Alytus -- 5,393 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Andriejavas & Kuliai (Telsiai) -- 153 records(Completed - on Telsiai DRG
web site)
Birzai (City) -- 2,739 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
( Birzai Uyezd) Papilys, Krincinas, Daujenai, Birzai District -- 120
records -- (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
(Birzai Uyezd) Budbergis, Pumpenai, Zeimelis -- 179 records (Completed - on
Panevezys DRG web site)
(Birzai Uyezd)-Salociai -Vaskai-256 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG
web site)
(Birzai Uyezd)-Joniskelis -170 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
(Birzai Uyezd) Nemunelio Radviliskis -- 190 records (Completed - on
Panevezys DRG web site)
Butrimonys (Trakai) -- 15 records (Completed -- on Trakai DRG web site)
Eisiskes -- 350 records (Completed - on Lida DRG web site)
Gargzdai (Telsiai) 847 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Imbradas (Zarasai) 44 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Jonava -- 840 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Jurbarkas -- 968 records (in process - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Kartena & Darbenai -- 517 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kaunas (City) -- 27,656 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Kaunas Uyezd - 3,846 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Kedainiai -- 311 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Klaipeda -- 915 records (Completed - on Klaipeda DRG web site)
Kretinga District -- 131 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kretinga (City) -- 740 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kudirkos Naumiestis (Suwalki) -- 8 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web
site)
Linkuva (Panevezys) 437 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Marijampole -- 4,238 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Mazeikiai -- 15 records (Completed - available on Siauliai DRG web site)
Mosedis (Telsiai) 138 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Naujamiestis -- 261 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Palanga (Telsiai) -- 298 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Panevezys -- 12,699 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Pasvalys (Birzai Uyezd) -- 214 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Plateliai (Telsiai) 114 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Plunge (Telsiai) 108 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Pumpenai (Birzai Uyezd) -- 245 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Pusalotas (Birzai Uyezd) -- 178 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Raseiniai Uyezd -- 49 records (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Rokiskis -- 192 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Rozalimas -- 67 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Salakas (Zarasai) 581 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Salantai (Telsiai) 499 records - (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Seinai District -- (includes Kapciamiestis & Lazdijai) - 453 records
(Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Siauliai District -- 16,147 records (in progress) (on Siauliai DRG web
site)
Skuodas (Telsiai) -- 954 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Taurage District -- 1,035 records (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Telsiai District -- 1,623 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Trakai District -- 1,421 records (Completed - on Trakai DRG web site)
Troskunai -- 505 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Ukmerge -- 6,015 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Utena District - 5,686 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Vabalninkas (Birzai Uyezd) -- 488 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Vandziogala and surrounding area -- 694 records (Completed- on Kaunas DRG
web site)
Veivirzenai (Raseiniai) -- 212 lines (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Vilkaviskis & Kybartai -- 19 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Vilnius -- 9,079 records (in progress)
Zarasai -- 3,203 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Zeizmariai (Trakai) 1,311 records (Completed - on Trakai DRG web site)

Howard Margol
Founder, coordinator, Lithuania Internal Passport Project, 1919-1940


Jewish Generals and Admirals #belarus

Marilyn Robinson
 

Hi All,

Recently, on my new blog at: http://yourjewishgem.blogspot.com ("Jewish
Gem's Genealogy: Mining For Your Elusive Ancestors"), I posted about the
following topic: "Jewish Generals/Admirals".
Be sure to go to the very bottom of your computer screen and click on
"Older Posts" to go back to earlier postings.

Other information includes:

Poland: "Marriage Index", 1854 Index of Warsaw Suburbs Residents",
"Temples/Synagogues: Clergy, Committees, etc.", "Murdered in
Miednoje/Buried in Kolobrzeg", "2001Warsaw: List of Names >from the
Jewish Community", "1939-1945--Trzebina, Poland: Holocaust Victims",
"1918-1920 Poland: Army Losses--Lists of Names", "Jews of Lviv",
"1939-45 Chrzanow: List of Jewish Holocaust Victims", 1940 Kharkov:
Murder of Jewish Polish Officers", Pogroms: "1919, Kharkov Jewish
Community---Accounts of Executions by Vsyur Units", "Kharkov Jewish
Community Testimonies: Victims of Violence"

Ukraine: Malyn--"Shcherbov Yar--Jews Murdered by Nazis", 1913 All
Ekaterinoslav: "Veterinarians", "Midwives, Masseuses", "Dental List",
"Jewish Medical Doctors", "1919 Pogrom: Novograd-Volyn (Stone Ford)",
"1888 Glukov: Jewish Family List", "1871-1895: Mariinsky Girls High
School"

Rostov-On-Don--"Jews in the Cavalry", "Donors Lists"

"Jews of Trans-Baikal"

"1925 List of USSR Medical Doctors: Female Doctors"

Romania: 1925 Yearbook of Greater Romania

Poland: "Marriage Index", 1854 Index of Warsaw Suburbs Residents",
"Temples/Synagogues: Clergy, Committees, etc.", "Murdered in
Miednoje/Buried in Kolobrzeg", "2001Warsaw: List of Names >from the
Jewish Community", "1939-1945--Trzebina, Poland: Holocaust Victims",
"1918-1920 Poland: Army Losses--Lists of Names", "Jews of Lviv",
"1939-45 Chrzanow: List of Jewish Holocaust Victims", 1940 Kharkov:
Murder of Jewish Polish Officers", Pogroms: "1919, Kharkov Jewish
Community---Accounts of Executions by Vsyur Units", "Kharkov Jewish
Community Testimonies: Victims of Violence"

"Old Photos, Postcards, and Images of Jewish Communities and Families"

"Moldava and the Jews"

Bessarabia: "1901 Bessarabia Address Calendar (2), "A Slide Show
(Dumrava, Soroki, Zguritsy)"

"Tula: List of Jewish Pharmacists"

Yelets: "1911-17 Education", "1907-1914, Membership in the Poor Jews
Benefit Society", "1888-1917: Yelets Medical Society", "Merchants"

Siege of Leningrad: "Child Evacuees", "Child Evacuees and School
Employees"


Volozhin Yeshiv (1879): "Student Lists (#1), "Volozhin Yeshiva/Etz Chaim
Yeshiva (#2)"



Other lists include information on Latvia, South Russia Jews,
Sevastopol, Moscow Jews, Yugoslav Jews, etc.

Marilyn Robinson (aka "Jewish Gem")
Florida
yourjewishgem.blogspot.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus Jewish Generals and Admirals #belarus

Marilyn Robinson
 

Hi All,

Recently, on my new blog at: http://yourjewishgem.blogspot.com ("Jewish
Gem's Genealogy: Mining For Your Elusive Ancestors"), I posted about the
following topic: "Jewish Generals/Admirals".
Be sure to go to the very bottom of your computer screen and click on
"Older Posts" to go back to earlier postings.

Other information includes:

Poland: "Marriage Index", 1854 Index of Warsaw Suburbs Residents",
"Temples/Synagogues: Clergy, Committees, etc.", "Murdered in
Miednoje/Buried in Kolobrzeg", "2001Warsaw: List of Names >from the
Jewish Community", "1939-1945--Trzebina, Poland: Holocaust Victims",
"1918-1920 Poland: Army Losses--Lists of Names", "Jews of Lviv",
"1939-45 Chrzanow: List of Jewish Holocaust Victims", 1940 Kharkov:
Murder of Jewish Polish Officers", Pogroms: "1919, Kharkov Jewish
Community---Accounts of Executions by Vsyur Units", "Kharkov Jewish
Community Testimonies: Victims of Violence"

Ukraine: Malyn--"Shcherbov Yar--Jews Murdered by Nazis", 1913 All
Ekaterinoslav: "Veterinarians", "Midwives, Masseuses", "Dental List",
"Jewish Medical Doctors", "1919 Pogrom: Novograd-Volyn (Stone Ford)",
"1888 Glukov: Jewish Family List", "1871-1895: Mariinsky Girls High
School"

Rostov-On-Don--"Jews in the Cavalry", "Donors Lists"

"Jews of Trans-Baikal"

"1925 List of USSR Medical Doctors: Female Doctors"

Romania: 1925 Yearbook of Greater Romania

Poland: "Marriage Index", 1854 Index of Warsaw Suburbs Residents",
"Temples/Synagogues: Clergy, Committees, etc.", "Murdered in
Miednoje/Buried in Kolobrzeg", "2001Warsaw: List of Names >from the
Jewish Community", "1939-1945--Trzebina, Poland: Holocaust Victims",
"1918-1920 Poland: Army Losses--Lists of Names", "Jews of Lviv",
"1939-45 Chrzanow: List of Jewish Holocaust Victims", 1940 Kharkov:
Murder of Jewish Polish Officers", Pogroms: "1919, Kharkov Jewish
Community---Accounts of Executions by Vsyur Units", "Kharkov Jewish
Community Testimonies: Victims of Violence"

"Old Photos, Postcards, and Images of Jewish Communities and Families"

"Moldava and the Jews"

Bessarabia: "1901 Bessarabia Address Calendar (2), "A Slide Show
(Dumrava, Soroki, Zguritsy)"

"Tula: List of Jewish Pharmacists"

Yelets: "1911-17 Education", "1907-1914, Membership in the Poor Jews
Benefit Society", "1888-1917: Yelets Medical Society", "Merchants"

Siege of Leningrad: "Child Evacuees", "Child Evacuees and School
Employees"


Volozhin Yeshiv (1879): "Student Lists (#1), "Volozhin Yeshiva/Etz Chaim
Yeshiva (#2)"



Other lists include information on Latvia, South Russia Jews,
Sevastopol, Moscow Jews, Yugoslav Jews, etc.

Marilyn Robinson (aka "Jewish Gem")
Florida
yourjewishgem.blogspot.com


Searching: TUDRIN/TODRIN from Postav/Postavy #belarus

Sherri Venezia
 

I grew up with my grandfather, Goodman TUDRIN (TODRIN) nearby in NYC.
He talked of a pogrom when he was a child, hidden by neighbors for
safety. His Ellis Island papers, dated 1906, indicate his last
residence was Postav, which I think must have been Postavy, now Belarus,
but was in Lithuania, earlier. However, his Naturalization papers say
he was >from Orsha. Hi mother died of cholera, so I did check and
discovered that there was an epidemic in Orsha in 1883-5 when this would
have occurred and fits the Orsha theory. I am wondering how to find
documentation of where his family actually lived, in either, or both
towns, and what happened to his sister, who was never heard >from after
1939. Looking at RTR (Routes to Roots) data it seems there are no records in Minsk Central
Archives for his birth year which would have been approximately 1883. I
would like to find out the names of his parents, my great-grandparents,
and his sister. Any ideas of where to start with this?

Sherri Venezia
MODERATOR NOTE: Research information may be posted to the list. Please
reply privately with specific family information.


Searching for Johanna SZPER from Essex or London, UK #general

shaul berger
 

I am searching for relative on my wife's EHRENREICH branch. This
branch originates >from Poland, mostly centered around Warsaw,
Krakow and Miechow/Pinczow. Specifically I am looking for Johanna
SZPER, daughter of Janek Jonas Szper, grand daughter of Jozef Szper
and Rachel Doba Ehrenreich. Her father was research chemist and
they lived in 42 Hanover Gardens, Ilford, Essex. I am guessing that
she got married and changed her last name. Johanna's age - my guess
60 - 70. After the war, her father immigrated >from Poland to UK and
lived in Ilford, Essex. My wife last met her in the late 1960s in
London.

Thanks

Shaul Berger
California
dspmaster@yahoo.com

BRUMER, RETTIG, WATTENBERG (Zolkiew, Rawa Russka) ,
HUTTER, KIFLIG, HERZIG, WATTENBERG (Jaroslaw, Przemysl, Dobromil,
Stanislawow),
BERGER & SPITZER (Szecseny, Shirkovce, Prague)
POSNER, LICHTSZAJN (Warsaw), EHRENREICH (Warsaw/Miechow),
SCHELL & RIEGER (Gorlice), NEUMANN, FADENHECHT & NACHT (Buczacz),


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching: TUDRIN/TODRIN from Postav/Postavy #belarus

Sherri Venezia
 

I grew up with my grandfather, Goodman TUDRIN (TODRIN) nearby in NYC.
He talked of a pogrom when he was a child, hidden by neighbors for
safety. His Ellis Island papers, dated 1906, indicate his last
residence was Postav, which I think must have been Postavy, now Belarus,
but was in Lithuania, earlier. However, his Naturalization papers say
he was >from Orsha. Hi mother died of cholera, so I did check and
discovered that there was an epidemic in Orsha in 1883-5 when this would
have occurred and fits the Orsha theory. I am wondering how to find
documentation of where his family actually lived, in either, or both
towns, and what happened to his sister, who was never heard >from after
1939. Looking at RTR (Routes to Roots) data it seems there are no records in Minsk Central
Archives for his birth year which would have been approximately 1883. I
would like to find out the names of his parents, my great-grandparents,
and his sister. Any ideas of where to start with this?

Sherri Venezia
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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for Johanna SZPER from Essex or London, UK #general

shaul berger
 

I am searching for relative on my wife's EHRENREICH branch. This
branch originates >from Poland, mostly centered around Warsaw,
Krakow and Miechow/Pinczow. Specifically I am looking for Johanna
SZPER, daughter of Janek Jonas Szper, grand daughter of Jozef Szper
and Rachel Doba Ehrenreich. Her father was research chemist and
they lived in 42 Hanover Gardens, Ilford, Essex. I am guessing that
she got married and changed her last name. Johanna's age - my guess
60 - 70. After the war, her father immigrated >from Poland to UK and
lived in Ilford, Essex. My wife last met her in the late 1960s in
London.

Thanks

Shaul Berger
California
dspmaster@yahoo.com

BRUMER, RETTIG, WATTENBERG (Zolkiew, Rawa Russka) ,
HUTTER, KIFLIG, HERZIG, WATTENBERG (Jaroslaw, Przemysl, Dobromil,
Stanislawow),
BERGER & SPITZER (Szecseny, Shirkovce, Prague)
POSNER, LICHTSZAJN (Warsaw), EHRENREICH (Warsaw/Miechow),
SCHELL & RIEGER (Gorlice), NEUMANN, FADENHECHT & NACHT (Buczacz),


Hunt for SCHWARTZ and SCHAFF families in NY - in relation to the KOSSACKs in the US & Brazil/Argentina #general

Daniel Gleek
 

With thanks to Genners including Sherri of Princeton, NJ,
Paul Auerbach of Sharon, MA and Michael Waas, it seems
headway has been made with the search for family on this side!

Both of the above are/were descendants of Eva KOSSACK bat Solomon
and I would appreciate your help.
Please will you therefore check your trees for the names below...

***
Do you know of a Leona nee SCHWARTZ now aged 89, born in NY?
Or what about her brother Sheldon SCHWARTZ now aged 82, born in NY?
Their parents were Hannah and Louis SCHWARTZ.

I am also looking for Joseph SCHAFF, who would now be 97.
His sisters, who would be over 100 were called Tllie, Ethel and Hannah.
***

Please respond privately.
Thank you,
Daniel Gleek in London
daniel@lobbus.co.uk

===

Details >from original email:

Evelyn KOZAK, the world's oldest Jewish person, passed away in NY aged 113.
This reminds me to re-post an appeal for my family with a similar surname.

I am looking for the children of Joshua KOZAK of Odessa (born c1840)..
- KOSSICK, Jacob (b1867) - Had family in Odessa. Went to UK (without them)
- KOSACK, Solomon - Went to NYC and had a daughter Fay/Eve in NY (c1900)
- COZAK, Mr - Settled in NY, USA
- KOSSICK, Miss - Went to Rio de Janeiro or Argentina


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hunt for SCHWARTZ and SCHAFF families in NY - in relation to the KOSSACKs in the US & Brazil/Argentina #general

Daniel Gleek
 

With thanks to Genners including Sherri of Princeton, NJ,
Paul Auerbach of Sharon, MA and Michael Waas, it seems
headway has been made with the search for family on this side!

Both of the above are/were descendants of Eva KOSSACK bat Solomon
and I would appreciate your help.
Please will you therefore check your trees for the names below...

***
Do you know of a Leona nee SCHWARTZ now aged 89, born in NY?
Or what about her brother Sheldon SCHWARTZ now aged 82, born in NY?
Their parents were Hannah and Louis SCHWARTZ.

I am also looking for Joseph SCHAFF, who would now be 97.
His sisters, who would be over 100 were called Tllie, Ethel and Hannah.
***

Please respond privately.
Thank you,
Daniel Gleek in London
daniel@lobbus.co.uk

===

Details >from original email:

Evelyn KOZAK, the world's oldest Jewish person, passed away in NY aged 113.
This reminds me to re-post an appeal for my family with a similar surname.

I am looking for the children of Joshua KOZAK of Odessa (born c1840)..
- KOSSICK, Jacob (b1867) - Had family in Odessa. Went to UK (without them)
- KOSACK, Solomon - Went to NYC and had a daughter Fay/Eve in NY (c1900)
- COZAK, Mr - Settled in NY, USA
- KOSSICK, Miss - Went to Rio de Janeiro or Argentina


Searching: EPSTEIN/TOPOROFSKY from Slonim #belarus

Hannah Halpern <hannah.halpern@...>
 

Am trying to find more information about the parents of my grandparents. My
grandfather was Jacob EPSTEIN. He was born in Jatlow,(?) Poland and I believe
it is near Slonin, Grodno. Also, my grandmother was Bessie TOPOROFSKY. Not
sure if the spelling of the family name is with a 'f' or Toporovsky with a
'v'. Do not know whether my great grandparents were buried in a cemetery in
that area or if they perished.

Would also like to find out more information about the siblings of my
grandparents. My mother told me that there were cousins named TOPOROFSKY in
London but do not know if they still live there. Any information about
family members would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.

Hannah Feldman Halpern
T. 613-792-1003
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Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching: EPSTEIN/TOPOROFSKY from Slonim #belarus

Hannah Halpern <hannah.halpern@...>
 

Am trying to find more information about the parents of my grandparents. My
grandfather was Jacob EPSTEIN. He was born in Jatlow,(?) Poland and I believe
it is near Slonin, Grodno. Also, my grandmother was Bessie TOPOROFSKY. Not
sure if the spelling of the family name is with a 'f' or Toporovsky with a
'v'. Do not know whether my great grandparents were buried in a cemetery in
that area or if they perished.

Would also like to find out more information about the siblings of my
grandparents. My mother told me that there were cousins named TOPOROFSKY in
London but do not know if they still live there. Any information about
family members would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.

Hannah Feldman Halpern
T. 613-792-1003
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