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Re: how to send money to Latvia archives #general

Inna Strakovsky <inna.strakovsky@...>
 

Besides my bank, I've also used Western Union and RIA Money Transfer. Both have
worked but both have caveats. RIA only works with certain banks, so if the bank you
need isn't there, you're out of luck (unless you're transferring money for a person
to pick up, then you're fine). Western Union doesn't have bank to bank transfer in
some countries (only person pick up). That said, both times I've used their
services, it all worked very well and quickly.

Inna Strakovsky
Phila, PA

Joan Galfund wrote:

I am trying to send euros requested by Latvia Archive to do further research for
my family. My Bank will not send money to Latvia.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: how to send money to Latvia archives #general

Inna Strakovsky <inna.strakovsky@...>
 

Besides my bank, I've also used Western Union and RIA Money Transfer. Both have
worked but both have caveats. RIA only works with certain banks, so if the bank you
need isn't there, you're out of luck (unless you're transferring money for a person
to pick up, then you're fine). Western Union doesn't have bank to bank transfer in
some countries (only person pick up). That said, both times I've used their
services, it all worked very well and quickly.

Inna Strakovsky
Phila, PA

Joan Galfund wrote:

I am trying to send euros requested by Latvia Archive to do further research for
my family. My Bank will not send money to Latvia.


ViewMate Translations - Russian and German #ciechanow #poland

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

Your help in translating vital records >from Ciechanow, Przasnysz and
Chernivtsi is appreciated.
The direct links are below.

Russian:

Birth 1877, Simche Hillel DUCZYMINER, Ciechanow
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM31476

Marriage 1898, Simche Hillel DUCZYMINER and CHOROSZ, Ciechanow
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM31478

Death 1890, Abram DUCZYMINER, Przasnysz
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM31483


German:

Death1890, Chana JACHIMOWICZ, Chernivtsi (Czernowicz)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32007

Birth 1888, Anna JACHIMOWICZ, Chernivtsi (Czernowicz)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32008

Please respond through ViewMate or directly to my email
esjoachim@optonline.net.

Thank you,
Eden Joachim


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Secure on-line Conference Family Finder #ciechanow #poland

Hal Bookbinder
 

One of the exciting advances for this summer's IAJGS Conference will
be an on-line Conference Family Finder. The Family Finder will provide
a wide range of search options as well as offering the ability to
browse, page-by-page. It will protect privacy of those who
submit their input. Additionally, it will be available well before the
conference so that registrants can make contact and arrange to get
together at the conference. For more information, please click
on the following link: http://conference.iajgs.org/2014/faq.cfm/#Conf0.

Hal Bookbinder, lead co-Chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


#Ciechanow #Poland ViewMate Translations - Russian and German #ciechanow #poland

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

Your help in translating vital records >from Ciechanow, Przasnysz and
Chernivtsi is appreciated.
The direct links are below.

Russian:

Birth 1877, Simche Hillel DUCZYMINER, Ciechanow
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM31476

Marriage 1898, Simche Hillel DUCZYMINER and CHOROSZ, Ciechanow
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM31478

Death 1890, Abram DUCZYMINER, Przasnysz
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM31483


German:

Death1890, Chana JACHIMOWICZ, Chernivtsi (Czernowicz)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32007

Birth 1888, Anna JACHIMOWICZ, Chernivtsi (Czernowicz)
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32008

Please respond through ViewMate or directly to my email
esjoachim@optonline.net.

Thank you,
Eden Joachim


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#Ciechanow #Poland Secure on-line Conference Family Finder #ciechanow #poland

Hal Bookbinder
 

One of the exciting advances for this summer's IAJGS Conference will
be an on-line Conference Family Finder. The Family Finder will provide
a wide range of search options as well as offering the ability to
browse, page-by-page. It will protect privacy of those who
submit their input. Additionally, it will be available well before the
conference so that registrants can make contact and arrange to get
together at the conference. For more information, please click
on the following link: http://conference.iajgs.org/2014/faq.cfm/#Conf0.

Hal Bookbinder, lead co-Chair
34th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy


question about personnal researsh #general

Olivier Neuman
 

Hi,
Thanks to JewishGen, 18 months ago, I found a cousin (her father and my grandfather
were first cousin). She is 90 years old and she told me her story and her escape
with her little brother >from Vienna by kindertransport in 1939 just before the war.
Her parents and her second brother (too old for kindertransport) found also a way
to escape.

Before that, during Kristallnacht, her father was put in jail in Dachau. In January
1939, she was 15 yaers old and without telling nothing to nobody she went alone to
the Gestapo on Morzinplatz, managed to enter and found an office where a german
officer was sitting. She felt on her knees and asked the man to do something for
her father Aron Nachtigall and Maybe G. put something like pity in the heart of
this man and he phoned Berlin to ask for the release of her father in exchange that
her family found a ticket for him to Shanghai. He was released on January 21st
1939 >from Dachau. Then, few months later he managed to escape with the family to
Scotland before immigrated to USA in 1940 thanks to Affidavits sent by a cousin
they never heard about before ( another miracle!) I would like to know how we could
find something about my grandfather's cousin put in Dachau : for example who was
this officer who obtained his release? Do you think it's possible to find
something? I contacted Dachau, they have only the dates of arrival and release.
I contacted in Vienna office@doew.at and they answered me they have no information
concerning him but only about her mother's death in Theresienstadt during the
Shoah. I don't know what to do. If someone could help...
thanks

Olivier Neuman id :458743


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen question about personnal researsh #general

Olivier Neuman
 

Hi,
Thanks to JewishGen, 18 months ago, I found a cousin (her father and my grandfather
were first cousin). She is 90 years old and she told me her story and her escape
with her little brother >from Vienna by kindertransport in 1939 just before the war.
Her parents and her second brother (too old for kindertransport) found also a way
to escape.

Before that, during Kristallnacht, her father was put in jail in Dachau. In January
1939, she was 15 yaers old and without telling nothing to nobody she went alone to
the Gestapo on Morzinplatz, managed to enter and found an office where a german
officer was sitting. She felt on her knees and asked the man to do something for
her father Aron Nachtigall and Maybe G. put something like pity in the heart of
this man and he phoned Berlin to ask for the release of her father in exchange that
her family found a ticket for him to Shanghai. He was released on January 21st
1939 >from Dachau. Then, few months later he managed to escape with the family to
Scotland before immigrated to USA in 1940 thanks to Affidavits sent by a cousin
they never heard about before ( another miracle!) I would like to know how we could
find something about my grandfather's cousin put in Dachau : for example who was
this officer who obtained his release? Do you think it's possible to find
something? I contacted Dachau, they have only the dates of arrival and release.
I contacted in Vienna office@doew.at and they answered me they have no information
concerning him but only about her mother's death in Theresienstadt during the
Shoah. I don't know what to do. If someone could help...
thanks

Olivier Neuman id :458743


Cemetery Records in Rio de Janeiro #general

Jerry Gotel <jerry.gotel@...>
 

I am an absolute beginner and would appreciate any help. I am searching for the
family of Zosia and Faivel Stryck whom emigrated >from Poland to Buenos Aires in the
late 1940's. Her maiden name was GOTHELF.

I am also looking for the descendants of A Leon GOTHELF who emigrated to Rio De
Janeiro in the 1920's >from Praga, Warsaw and was still alive in in the 1960's. He
lived at Rua Amoroso Lima. Is there a central Jewish organisation in either city that
keeps burial records.

Jerry GOTEL,London UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Cemetery Records in Rio de Janeiro #general

Jerry Gotel <jerry.gotel@...>
 

I am an absolute beginner and would appreciate any help. I am searching for the
family of Zosia and Faivel Stryck whom emigrated >from Poland to Buenos Aires in the
late 1940's. Her maiden name was GOTHELF.

I am also looking for the descendants of A Leon GOTHELF who emigrated to Rio De
Janeiro in the 1920's >from Praga, Warsaw and was still alive in in the 1960's. He
lived at Rua Amoroso Lima. Is there a central Jewish organisation in either city that
keeps burial records.

Jerry GOTEL,London UK


problem with Nuernberg archive addresses and.. do you know Leibl Rosenberg? #germany

Lin <lin2@...>
 

Dear Gersig Friends,
First, I'd like to thank all of you who helped with my mystery photos
yesterday. I uploaded them to viewmate today.

Now today's dilemma. I was deleting emails in my "junk" mail folder and
found I had received an email last year >from a Gersig member, Leibl
Rosenberg. Ms. Rosenberg saw my Gersig post and worked (works?) in the
Nuremberg (Nuernberg) state archive. She graciously looked something up
for me, but I didn't see it until today.

When I wrote her back, thanking her, etc. the email bounced. Then, I
went to the archive's website as listed on her post, and clicked on
"impressum." When I sent an email to them, that bounced too. Their
email (I just clicked on "Impressum" was infor@bz.nuernberg.de, hers was
Leibl.Rosenberg@stadt.nuernberg.de.

I hope someone can help me. I feel badly that I didn't find it sooner.
Also it is so nice to have what my grandfather called a "landsman" at
the archive. Thank so much,

Lin Herz, Palm Bay, Florida


German SIG #Germany problem with Nuernberg archive addresses and.. do you know Leibl Rosenberg? #germany

Lin <lin2@...>
 

Dear Gersig Friends,
First, I'd like to thank all of you who helped with my mystery photos
yesterday. I uploaded them to viewmate today.

Now today's dilemma. I was deleting emails in my "junk" mail folder and
found I had received an email last year >from a Gersig member, Leibl
Rosenberg. Ms. Rosenberg saw my Gersig post and worked (works?) in the
Nuremberg (Nuernberg) state archive. She graciously looked something up
for me, but I didn't see it until today.

When I wrote her back, thanking her, etc. the email bounced. Then, I
went to the archive's website as listed on her post, and clicked on
"impressum." When I sent an email to them, that bounced too. Their
email (I just clicked on "Impressum" was infor@bz.nuernberg.de, hers was
Leibl.Rosenberg@stadt.nuernberg.de.

I hope someone can help me. I feel badly that I didn't find it sooner.
Also it is so nice to have what my grandfather called a "landsman" at
the archive. Thank so much,

Lin Herz, Palm Bay, Florida


Re: problem with 1905 New York census #germany

Renee Steinig
 

Sandy Rothschild <sbr19@verizon.net> wrote that Bertha NUSSBAUM was
found listed in the 1905 NY State census in Brooklyn as a
sister-in-law, with no relative listed above her name.

Below Bertha's name are the words "Here ends the enumeration of Block
D". This appears to be a follow-up entry -- of names the census taker
missed when s/he first went through the enumeration district. The
first entries for the address -- 4318 3rd Ave. -- can be found by
going back some pages in the enumeration.

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


German SIG #Germany Re: problem with 1905 New York census #germany

Renee Steinig
 

Sandy Rothschild <sbr19@verizon.net> wrote that Bertha NUSSBAUM was
found listed in the 1905 NY State census in Brooklyn as a
sister-in-law, with no relative listed above her name.

Below Bertha's name are the words "Here ends the enumeration of Block
D". This appears to be a follow-up entry -- of names the census taker
missed when s/he first went through the enumeration district. The
first entries for the address -- 4318 3rd Ave. -- can be found by
going back some pages in the enumeration.

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


Romanian records in your possession. #romania

Marcel Glaskie <marcelg@...>
 

Romanian records in your possession.
Many of you have sent me copies of Romanian material which you have saved or
acquired for your Romanian family roots.
I thank you very much for contacting me, because the data sent to me has
opened up a new wide scope, for uncovering unknown record sources in
Romania.
Please continue to send me scanned copies of any type of Romanian material
that you have, I will acknowledge it, and it is my intention to compile a
new listing for Rom-Sig with new ways to continue your research in Romania.

Please contact:
Marcel Glaskie
marcelg@netvision.net.il
Ra'anana, Israel.

Mod Note- It is wonderful to know that we are all working together across the globe!
Kudos to Marcel and the amazing Rom-Sig team!


Romania SIG #Romania Romanian records in your possession. #romania

Marcel Glaskie <marcelg@...>
 

Romanian records in your possession.
Many of you have sent me copies of Romanian material which you have saved or
acquired for your Romanian family roots.
I thank you very much for contacting me, because the data sent to me has
opened up a new wide scope, for uncovering unknown record sources in
Romania.
Please continue to send me scanned copies of any type of Romanian material
that you have, I will acknowledge it, and it is my intention to compile a
new listing for Rom-Sig with new ways to continue your research in Romania.

Please contact:
Marcel Glaskie
marcelg@netvision.net.il
Ra'anana, Israel.

Mod Note- It is wonderful to know that we are all working together across the globe!
Kudos to Marcel and the amazing Rom-Sig team!


Global Village - Romanian Research #romania

Marcel Glaskie <marcelg@...>
 

Global Village - Romanian Research
I appeal to all readers of Rom-Sig, who do not live in either the USA,
Canada or Israel, to contact me.
The reason is that I feel that via you, it may be possible to trace untapped
Romanian Records.
I appeal in particular but not entirely to people living in Spanish,
Portugeuse and French speaking communities, where other Romanian researchers
besides yourselves may not have a command of English, and are missing out on
the notifications on Rom-Sig, which unfortunately is only in English. Thank you.

Please contact:
Marcel Glaskie
marcelg@netvision.net.il
Ra'anana, Israel.


Romania SIG #Romania Global Village - Romanian Research #romania

Marcel Glaskie <marcelg@...>
 

Global Village - Romanian Research
I appeal to all readers of Rom-Sig, who do not live in either the USA,
Canada or Israel, to contact me.
The reason is that I feel that via you, it may be possible to trace untapped
Romanian Records.
I appeal in particular but not entirely to people living in Spanish,
Portugeuse and French speaking communities, where other Romanian researchers
besides yourselves may not have a command of English, and are missing out on
the notifications on Rom-Sig, which unfortunately is only in English. Thank you.

Please contact:
Marcel Glaskie
marcelg@netvision.net.il
Ra'anana, Israel.


Travel Routes from Romania #romania

kdspiro@...
 

My grandmother (aged 18) and g grandmother left Darabani for Halifax,
Canada in 1906 to join my g grandfather who had been living there for
some years. I haven't been able to find any travel or other records
for them prior to immigrating and am wondering about how they might
have traveled and what would have been a likely port they may have
left from. The family story is that they were smuggled across the Prut
River & border at night to save exit fees but have not other
information. It's possible that is just a story as well. Does anyone
know about usual or likely travel routes and modes of travel >from that
area?

Thanks for any help.
Kathy Spiro
Smithers, BC Canada

HECHT, EISNER, MOSCOVITCH Darabani, Dorohoi and possibly Botosani

Mod Note- Have you also connected with Genners in the family Database
searching the same towns?


Romania SIG #Romania Travel Routes from Romania #romania

kdspiro@...
 

My grandmother (aged 18) and g grandmother left Darabani for Halifax,
Canada in 1906 to join my g grandfather who had been living there for
some years. I haven't been able to find any travel or other records
for them prior to immigrating and am wondering about how they might
have traveled and what would have been a likely port they may have
left from. The family story is that they were smuggled across the Prut
River & border at night to save exit fees but have not other
information. It's possible that is just a story as well. Does anyone
know about usual or likely travel routes and modes of travel >from that
area?

Thanks for any help.
Kathy Spiro
Smithers, BC Canada

HECHT, EISNER, MOSCOVITCH Darabani, Dorohoi and possibly Botosani

Mod Note- Have you also connected with Genners in the family Database
searching the same towns?

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