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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Greater Orlando presents: "The Red Star Line, Gateway to the New World from Antwerp (Belgium) to Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and Baltimore" 1873-1934" on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 #general

Lin <lin2@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando presents the following
program on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at 7:00 PM at the Maitland Public Library:

"Red Star Line, Gateway to the New World >from Antwerp (Belgium) to
Philadelphia, New York, Boston & Baltimore 1873-1934"

Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando Program

ORLANDO, FL, March 17, 2014 - Join the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Greater Orlando (JGSGO) for a program featuring widely acclaimed lecturer
from Antwerp, Erwin Joos, "Red Star Line, Gateway to the New World >from
Antwerp (Belgium) to Philadelphia, New York, Boston, & Baltimore 1873-1934."

Nearly 3 million passengers emigrated >from Eastern Europe on the Red Star
Line. Erwin Joos's lecture is part history of the Red Star Line and the
Eastern European emigrants that departed >from Antwerp to North America and
part story of the artist, Eugeen Van Mieghem, who captured the emigrants in
his beautiful paintings. Many were Jews escaping the poverty and pogroms of
Eastern Europe. Exhausted >from the ordeals of illegal border crossings,
endless train rides and travel by foot, those who had to travel in steerage
-- which meant most -- were subjected to dockside inspections and the
disinfection of their luggage. Those who couldn't be given a clean bill of
health were turned back. Those sent on were examined more exhaustively on
arrival. Engrossed by the scene, Van Mieghem caught it all: mothers with
babies, children, bent old women, bearded men, as well as the people of
the port: stevedores, sailors, ship captains, prostitutes, women who
stitched bags for grain. Most of us with Eastern European roots will find
the story of the Red Line and the Van Mieghem paintings and what they depict
are related to our personal family histories. You also will have the
opportunity to purchase Erwin's beautiful artbook, "The Missing Images."

Prior to the program, starting at 6:30 pm, there will be time for newcomers
to network and to receive free consulting assistance or mentoring >from a
Jewish genealogy maven.

Erwin Joos is Curator of the Eugeen Van Mieghem Museum
(www.vanmieghemmuseum.com) since 1993 and Director since 1986 of the Eugeen
Van Mieghem Foundation, a non-profit organization with approximately
1,000 members. Erwin has given more than 100 lectures in Dutch, English
and French in Antwerp, Amsterdam, Paris, New York, Washington D.C., London,
Geneva, Bordeaux, Philadelphia, and aboard the Queen Mary II sailing between
Southampton and New York. Erwin is the author of 7 art books and 12 albums
and organized 15 major exhibitions in Belgium (The Municipal Printroom and
the Museum Mayer van den Bergh in Antwerp, In Flanders Fields in Ypres), the
United States (New York: Ellis Island Immigration Museum and South Street
Seaport Museum, Philadelphia: Gersman Y Center, JCCs Memphis and Norfolk),
France (Paris, Institut Néerlandais), England (London), Switzerland (Fondation
Neumann, Geneve), Holland (Amsterdam: Rembrandthouse and the Jewish Historical
Museum; Markiezenhof in Bergen Op Zoom; Schielandtshuis in Rotterdam) and
Germany (Barlach Haus in Hamburg, Castle of Wernigerode and the Kathe
Kollwitz Museum in Berlin). Erwin studied applied economics at the University
of Louvain and post-graduate Financial Theory.

DATE: Tuesday,April 1,2014
TIME: 7:00pm - 9:00pm (6:30pm for those who have questions about Jewish
genealogy, networking and mavens)
ADMISSION: Open to the public. Free admission.
LOCATION: Maitland Public Library, 501 S. Maitland Ave., Maitland, FL 32751.

About the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando:
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando (JGSGO) is a not for
profit organization dedicated to sharing genealogical information, techniques
and research tools with anyone interested in Jewish genealogy and family
history. Anyone may join JGSGO. Annual dues are $35 for an individual. For
more information visit and ?like? our Facebook page at
www.facebook.com/jgsgreaterorlando, visit our blog at www.jgsgo.blogspot.com ,
or call us at 407-494-4230.

Respectfully submitted,
Lin Herz
JGSGO Publicity Chairperson
Palm Bay, Florida


JGS of Greater Orlando presents: "The Red Star Line, Gateway to the New World from Antwerp (Belgium) to Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and Baltimore" 1873-1934" on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 #general

Lin <lin2@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando presents the following
program on Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at 7:00 PM at the Maitland Public Library:

"Red Star Line, Gateway to the New World >from Antwerp (Belgium) to
Philadelphia, New York, Boston & Baltimore 1873-1934"

Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando Program

ORLANDO, FL, March 17, 2014 - Join the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Greater Orlando (JGSGO) for a program featuring widely acclaimed lecturer
from Antwerp, Erwin Joos, "Red Star Line, Gateway to the New World >from
Antwerp (Belgium) to Philadelphia, New York, Boston, & Baltimore 1873-1934."

Nearly 3 million passengers emigrated >from Eastern Europe on the Red Star
Line. Erwin Joos's lecture is part history of the Red Star Line and the
Eastern European emigrants that departed >from Antwerp to North America and
part story of the artist, Eugeen Van Mieghem, who captured the emigrants in
his beautiful paintings. Many were Jews escaping the poverty and pogroms of
Eastern Europe. Exhausted >from the ordeals of illegal border crossings,
endless train rides and travel by foot, those who had to travel in steerage
-- which meant most -- were subjected to dockside inspections and the
disinfection of their luggage. Those who couldn't be given a clean bill of
health were turned back. Those sent on were examined more exhaustively on
arrival. Engrossed by the scene, Van Mieghem caught it all: mothers with
babies, children, bent old women, bearded men, as well as the people of
the port: stevedores, sailors, ship captains, prostitutes, women who
stitched bags for grain. Most of us with Eastern European roots will find
the story of the Red Line and the Van Mieghem paintings and what they depict
are related to our personal family histories. You also will have the
opportunity to purchase Erwin's beautiful artbook, "The Missing Images."

Prior to the program, starting at 6:30 pm, there will be time for newcomers
to network and to receive free consulting assistance or mentoring >from a
Jewish genealogy maven.

Erwin Joos is Curator of the Eugeen Van Mieghem Museum
(www.vanmieghemmuseum.com) since 1993 and Director since 1986 of the Eugeen
Van Mieghem Foundation, a non-profit organization with approximately
1,000 members. Erwin has given more than 100 lectures in Dutch, English
and French in Antwerp, Amsterdam, Paris, New York, Washington D.C., London,
Geneva, Bordeaux, Philadelphia, and aboard the Queen Mary II sailing between
Southampton and New York. Erwin is the author of 7 art books and 12 albums
and organized 15 major exhibitions in Belgium (The Municipal Printroom and
the Museum Mayer van den Bergh in Antwerp, In Flanders Fields in Ypres), the
United States (New York: Ellis Island Immigration Museum and South Street
Seaport Museum, Philadelphia: Gersman Y Center, JCCs Memphis and Norfolk),
France (Paris, Institut Néerlandais), England (London), Switzerland (Fondation
Neumann, Geneve), Holland (Amsterdam: Rembrandthouse and the Jewish Historical
Museum; Markiezenhof in Bergen Op Zoom; Schielandtshuis in Rotterdam) and
Germany (Barlach Haus in Hamburg, Castle of Wernigerode and the Kathe
Kollwitz Museum in Berlin). Erwin studied applied economics at the University
of Louvain and post-graduate Financial Theory.

DATE: Tuesday,April 1,2014
TIME: 7:00pm - 9:00pm (6:30pm for those who have questions about Jewish
genealogy, networking and mavens)
ADMISSION: Open to the public. Free admission.
LOCATION: Maitland Public Library, 501 S. Maitland Ave., Maitland, FL 32751.

About the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando:
The Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando (JGSGO) is a not for
profit organization dedicated to sharing genealogical information, techniques
and research tools with anyone interested in Jewish genealogy and family
history. Anyone may join JGSGO. Annual dues are $35 for an individual. For
more information visit and ?like? our Facebook page at
www.facebook.com/jgsgreaterorlando, visit our blog at www.jgsgo.blogspot.com ,
or call us at 407-494-4230.

Respectfully submitted,
Lin Herz
JGSGO Publicity Chairperson
Palm Bay, Florida


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking information on BAGAMER/BAGAMERY #general

Chris Kulinski <tylkochris@...>
 

My name is Chris Kulinski and I am trying to locate some information
on Jan BAGAMER / BAGAMERY who lived
in Zorawno or Labszyn Poland in the district o
Lwow / Lemberg /Galicja. Today it is in The
Lviv oblast of Ukraine.It is my
mother's cousins family. Long
story: ( my mother was born in Lwow ) survived the
camps, war and refugee dispersal camps ( is 87 ) and
would like to find cousin's grandfathers / fathers
family records. Birth / Marriage / death or what ever is
available. Leslawa Amade vel Bagamery wrote to my mom,
and would like to
find what is available. Leslawa said that a
Jewish organization microfilmed all the records >from that
region after WWII. I am not
very proficient on the computer and am unable to
undertake that task. I can e / mail at best and my
Parkinsons makes writting very difficult. Would anyone
able to help ? or know someone that can? This is
what has been conveyed to me. Karolina and Wiktor /
Viktor / Varkonis - Amade vel Bagamery was of
Hungarian birth it is said he was born 1828 in (Bees)
Austro / Hungary - Galicja ( today it is Gabczykowo /
Gabczykovo Slovakia. He may also have gone by the name of
Michael? Wiktor
and Karolina had a son Wiktor who died with his
wife during the war crossing a bridge near Zurawno
/ Zhuravno / Zhuravne /Llurawno near Labszyn /
Brzezany in Lwow district.

Seeking
info. on Jan BAGAMER / BAGAMERY Do not know if he used his
(family titles above?) born between 1856 / 1860
married in Zurawno Catholic Church? 1882- 1883 to a Helena
Pilipow / Philipow / Philipi of ( French decendancy ) and
they had a son Jozef / Joseph born 7-11-1883 in Zorawno
/ Zhuravno / Zhuravne / Llurawno near Labszyn ( birth
baptism ) should be recorded there. Maybe some civil records
would exist at Lwow / Lviv / Lemberg under Austrian /
Hungarian control back then?

It is
said that Bagamer / Bagamery: had some sort of position
at the Zorawno Castle / Palace. If we
can
find the wedding certificate or son's Birth
certificate perhaps we can back trace ( where Jan was born )
his wifes full name and maybe their parents full
names. Maybe
Jozef / Joseph was married there as well? It
would be nice to find some info. and solve the mysteries and
intrigues. Hopefully it connects with my mothers Zamoyski
connections on her grandfather's Bak
side. My
mothers mother's side was Anton Saibel whose father was
from Austria, grandma Julia Saibel was born in Stryj / south
west of Lwow in 1901.I wish
to do this while I can still function.
My greatgrandfather had an extensive family history book. But it was lost
during the war, he died shortly after being released >from Labor camp.

Thanks in advance for any help.
Chris Kulinski


Seeking information on BAGAMER/BAGAMERY #general

Chris Kulinski <tylkochris@...>
 

My name is Chris Kulinski and I am trying to locate some information
on Jan BAGAMER / BAGAMERY who lived
in Zorawno or Labszyn Poland in the district o
Lwow / Lemberg /Galicja. Today it is in The
Lviv oblast of Ukraine.It is my
mother's cousins family. Long
story: ( my mother was born in Lwow ) survived the
camps, war and refugee dispersal camps ( is 87 ) and
would like to find cousin's grandfathers / fathers
family records. Birth / Marriage / death or what ever is
available. Leslawa Amade vel Bagamery wrote to my mom,
and would like to
find what is available. Leslawa said that a
Jewish organization microfilmed all the records >from that
region after WWII. I am not
very proficient on the computer and am unable to
undertake that task. I can e / mail at best and my
Parkinsons makes writting very difficult. Would anyone
able to help ? or know someone that can? This is
what has been conveyed to me. Karolina and Wiktor /
Viktor / Varkonis - Amade vel Bagamery was of
Hungarian birth it is said he was born 1828 in (Bees)
Austro / Hungary - Galicja ( today it is Gabczykowo /
Gabczykovo Slovakia. He may also have gone by the name of
Michael? Wiktor
and Karolina had a son Wiktor who died with his
wife during the war crossing a bridge near Zurawno
/ Zhuravno / Zhuravne /Llurawno near Labszyn /
Brzezany in Lwow district.

Seeking
info. on Jan BAGAMER / BAGAMERY Do not know if he used his
(family titles above?) born between 1856 / 1860
married in Zurawno Catholic Church? 1882- 1883 to a Helena
Pilipow / Philipow / Philipi of ( French decendancy ) and
they had a son Jozef / Joseph born 7-11-1883 in Zorawno
/ Zhuravno / Zhuravne / Llurawno near Labszyn ( birth
baptism ) should be recorded there. Maybe some civil records
would exist at Lwow / Lviv / Lemberg under Austrian /
Hungarian control back then?

It is
said that Bagamer / Bagamery: had some sort of position
at the Zorawno Castle / Palace. If we
can
find the wedding certificate or son's Birth
certificate perhaps we can back trace ( where Jan was born )
his wifes full name and maybe their parents full
names. Maybe
Jozef / Joseph was married there as well? It
would be nice to find some info. and solve the mysteries and
intrigues. Hopefully it connects with my mothers Zamoyski
connections on her grandfather's Bak
side. My
mothers mother's side was Anton Saibel whose father was
from Austria, grandma Julia Saibel was born in Stryj / south
west of Lwow in 1901.I wish
to do this while I can still function.
My greatgrandfather had an extensive family history book. But it was lost
during the war, he died shortly after being released >from Labor camp.

Thanks in advance for any help.
Chris Kulinski


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland class photo, Lodz 1920 #lodz #poland

family@...
 

On ViewMate, #32781 & 32782, I have posted the front and reverse of
a 1920 class photo >from Lodz.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32781
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32782

The surnames of the students and teachers in the photo are listed
numerically on the reverse.

My relative, who was born in 1908, is a student, #4 on the list.
She is in the top row, 4th >from the right, so it seems that the
numbering begins on the top right and moves to the left.

I would like to know the meaning of pawety moskiewiczowny.
It also would be interesting to know if any other researchers are
able to locate a relative among the subjects of this photo.

I have a few other class photos of girls, seemingly >from the
same locale, but none has the detailed listing like this one.

Judy Kasman
Toronto
Researching KERNKRAUT, HOJDA, ENGLANDER - Galicia; GOLOMB -
Vilna: KEJZMAN, KUSZER - Brzeziny; JAFFE, SHAPIRO- Zhitomir

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the ViewMate
form if you have any information about the photograph.


class photo, Lodz 1920 #lodz #poland

family@...
 

On ViewMate, #32781 & 32782, I have posted the front and reverse of
a 1920 class photo >from Lodz.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32781
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32782

The surnames of the students and teachers in the photo are listed
numerically on the reverse.

My relative, who was born in 1908, is a student, #4 on the list.
She is in the top row, 4th >from the right, so it seems that the
numbering begins on the top right and moves to the left.

I would like to know the meaning of pawety moskiewiczowny.
It also would be interesting to know if any other researchers are
able to locate a relative among the subjects of this photo.

I have a few other class photos of girls, seemingly >from the
same locale, but none has the detailed listing like this one.

Judy Kasman
Toronto
Researching KERNKRAUT, HOJDA, ENGLANDER - Galicia; GOLOMB -
Vilna: KEJZMAN, KUSZER - Brzeziny; JAFFE, SHAPIRO- Zhitomir

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the ViewMate
form if you have any information about the photograph.


JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate translation request - Polish #poland

אברהם <avraham997@...>
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a loose translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32633
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32633
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32635
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32636


Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.
Avraham lapa
Israel


ViewMate translation request - Polish #poland

אברהם <avraham997@...>
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a loose translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32633
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32633
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32635
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32636


Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.
Avraham lapa
Israel


JRI Poland #Poland Re: 1000 Years of European Border Changes - Automated Map #poland

Roxanne Richardson
 

The original source for the maps shown in the various time-lapse videos
that circulate online every now and then is the Centennia Historical
Atlas, which you can find here:

http://www.clockwk.com/

Roxanne Richardson


Re: 1000 Years of European Border Changes - Automated Map #general

Roxanne Richardson
 

The original source for the maps shown in the various time-lapse videos
that circulate online every now and then is the Centennia Historical
Atlas, which you can find here:

http://www.clockwk.com/

Roxanne Richardson


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania RE: Search for proof of Jewish grandmother's Lithuanian citizenship #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

I think you may have misunderstood the messages >from the Lithuanian
archives when you state they replied that they do not have records
pertaining to the Jewish communities of Lithuanian. They do have
records of Jews in Darbenai but not the records you are looking for.
On the Telsiai District web site, you will see various Darbenai
records. Unfortunately, your grandmother's birth record no longer exists.

One advantage of being a member of Litvak SIG ($36 annual dues) is the
ability to access the Members Only web site. Included is an index of all
existing Jewish vital records in the Historical Archive (LVIA). There,
you can see if vital records for particular years do exist. Otherwise, a
researcher can be looking for records that do not exist.

The Darbenai records listed on the Telsiai District web site include the
Internal Passport records. If you look at those records, you will see the
following individuals listed and the date of their internal passport.
These passports were not designed for travel but were proof of citizenship.

Israel PINTE - 18 May, 1920
Bertha PINTIENE - 2 June, 1920
Rose PINTIENE - 2 June, 1920
Mausha PINTE - 4 June, 1920
Eta PINTIENE - 25 June, 1920 (married)

The names certainly match your Rocha (Rose) and her parents, Moishe and
Etta. Israel and Bertha must be siblings of Rocha.

Your year of birth for Rocha, 1907, must be incorrect as she would have
been 13 years old in 1920. A person was not required to have an internal
passport until they reached the age of 17.

Unfortunately, the Darbenai internal passports list only includes the
internal passport itself, which included the front and the back of the
I.P. A photo of the individual is included. Most internal passport files
include additional documents of various types.

If you contact me personally, and not on the digest, I will tell you the
best way to obtain copies of the five internal passports listed above.

Howard Margol
Litvak SIG Coordinator for Records Acquisition
Founder, Coordinator - Internal Passport Project

<< From: Neil Korostoff nkorostoff@...
I joined the Telsiai District Research Group in October 2013 to help
me find proof of my grandmother's Lithuanian birth and citizenship. My
purpose is to apply for dual citizenship.

My grandmother was born as ROCHA PINTE in or near DURBIAN, Lithuania.

Name: ROCHA
Surname: PINTE
Mother's name: ETTA
Father's name: MOISHE
Religion: Jewish
Place of birth: DARBENAI, DURBIAN
Date of birth: March(?) 1907
Year left Lithuania: January 1921

I have a copy of the passenger ship manifest for her arrival in the
U.S. and a photocopy only of the Lithuanian external passport for her
travel to Hamburg, Germany in 1921 which I can share in the hopes it
can lead to a search for the original. It appears that the external
passport (Auslands-Pass No. 11556) is written in German though it
bears the heading and seal of "Litauische Republik" likely when it was
under German administration in

I have applied to both the Lithuanian Central State archives and the
Lithuanian State Historical Archives for information about her birth
certificate. Both agencies replied that they do not have records
pertaining to the Jewish communities of Lithuanian.

I have assembled certified copies of the other naturalization,
marriage and birth certificates necessary to apply for dual
citizenship. I only lack an official document proving my grandmother's
Lithuanian origin and citizenship. Any help or advice you can supply
would be greatly appreciated. >>


Re: Search for proof of Jewish grandmother's Lithuanian citizenship #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

I think you may have misunderstood the messages >from the Lithuanian
archives when you state they replied that they do not have records
pertaining to the Jewish communities of Lithuanian. They do have
records of Jews in Darbenai but not the records you are looking for.
On the Telsiai District web site, you will see various Darbenai
records. Unfortunately, your grandmother's birth record no longer exists.

One advantage of being a member of Litvak SIG ($36 annual dues) is the
ability to access the Members Only web site. Included is an index of all
existing Jewish vital records in the Historical Archive (LVIA). There,
you can see if vital records for particular years do exist. Otherwise, a
researcher can be looking for records that do not exist.

The Darbenai records listed on the Telsiai District web site include the
Internal Passport records. If you look at those records, you will see the
following individuals listed and the date of their internal passport.
These passports were not designed for travel but were proof of citizenship.

Israel PINTE - 18 May, 1920
Bertha PINTIENE - 2 June, 1920
Rose PINTIENE - 2 June, 1920
Mausha PINTE - 4 June, 1920
Eta PINTIENE - 25 June, 1920 (married)

The names certainly match your Rocha (Rose) and her parents, Moishe and
Etta. Israel and Bertha must be siblings of Rocha.

Your year of birth for Rocha, 1907, must be incorrect as she would have
been 13 years old in 1920. A person was not required to have an internal
passport until they reached the age of 17.

Unfortunately, the Darbenai internal passports list only includes the
internal passport itself, which included the front and the back of the
I.P. A photo of the individual is included. Most internal passport files
include additional documents of various types.

If you contact me personally, and not on the digest, I will tell you the
best way to obtain copies of the five internal passports listed above.

Howard Margol
Litvak SIG Coordinator for Records Acquisition
Founder, Coordinator - Internal Passport Project

<< From: Neil Korostoff nkorostoff@...
I joined the Telsiai District Research Group in October 2013 to help
me find proof of my grandmother's Lithuanian birth and citizenship. My
purpose is to apply for dual citizenship.

My grandmother was born as ROCHA PINTE in or near DURBIAN, Lithuania.

Name: ROCHA
Surname: PINTE
Mother's name: ETTA
Father's name: MOISHE
Religion: Jewish
Place of birth: DARBENAI, DURBIAN
Date of birth: March(?) 1907
Year left Lithuania: January 1921

I have a copy of the passenger ship manifest for her arrival in the
U.S. and a photocopy only of the Lithuanian external passport for her
travel to Hamburg, Germany in 1921 which I can share in the hopes it
can lead to a search for the original. It appears that the external
passport (Auslands-Pass No. 11556) is written in German though it
bears the heading and seal of "Litauische Republik" likely when it was
under German administration in

I have applied to both the Lithuanian Central State archives and the
Lithuanian State Historical Archives for information about her birth
certificate. Both agencies replied that they do not have records
pertaining to the Jewish communities of Lithuanian.

I have assembled certified copies of the other naturalization,
marriage and birth certificates necessary to apply for dual
citizenship. I only lack an official document proving my grandmother's
Lithuanian origin and citizenship. Any help or advice you can supply
would be greatly appreciated. >>


German SIG #Germany translation needed #germany

Lin <lin2@...>
 

Hi Gersiggers,
I found an article online in the "Dorsten unterm Hakenkruez" about my
great-aunt Frieda HUMBERG ROSENBAUM. Part of it is her life during the
Shoah. I put it in the google translator, which normally works okay, but
I'd like a better translation, if possible. Since it's not a document or
photo, I don't know how put it on viewmate. Can anyone help? Thanks so much.

Best wishes, Lin Herz Palm Bay, Florida

Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen and
GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


translation needed #germany

Lin <lin2@...>
 

Hi Gersiggers,
I found an article online in the "Dorsten unterm Hakenkruez" about my
great-aunt Frieda HUMBERG ROSENBAUM. Part of it is her life during the
Shoah. I put it in the google translator, which normally works okay, but
I'd like a better translation, if possible. Since it's not a document or
photo, I don't know how put it on viewmate. Can anyone help? Thanks so much.

Best wishes, Lin Herz Palm Bay, Florida

Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen and
GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine ViewMate translation request - German #ukraine

Nehama and Moshe Kutten
 

I've posted a post card in German >from my great-grandmother to her sister
(?) for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following
address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32768

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Moshe Kutten
Coatesville, PA, USA


ViewMate translation request - German #ukraine

Nehama and Moshe Kutten
 

I've posted a post card in German >from my great-grandmother to her sister
(?) for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following
address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32768

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Moshe Kutten
Coatesville, PA, USA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Heartwarming genealogical success story in the Harvard Divinity Bulletin #ukraine

Dick Plotz <Dick@...>
 

The new issue of the Harvard Divinity Bulletin includes this account
by Jonathan Herman, a faculty member in the Department of Religious
Studies at Georgia State University, of his family history in
Zhabokrich, Ukraine, and Connecticut:

http://www.hds.harvard.edu/news-events/harvard-divinity-bulletin/articles/a-picture-worth-a-thousand-tears
[ or http://tinyurl.com/p3hvd3w ]

I'm not a Harvard Divinity School alumnus, but subscribe to the
Bulletin because it often includes articles of Jewish interest. This
is the best ever.

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA
Dick@...


Heartwarming genealogical success story in the Harvard Divinity Bulletin #ukraine

Dick Plotz <Dick@...>
 

The new issue of the Harvard Divinity Bulletin includes this account
by Jonathan Herman, a faculty member in the Department of Religious
Studies at Georgia State University, of his family history in
Zhabokrich, Ukraine, and Connecticut:

http://www.hds.harvard.edu/news-events/harvard-divinity-bulletin/articles/a-picture-worth-a-thousand-tears
[ or http://tinyurl.com/p3hvd3w ]

I'm not a Harvard Divinity School alumnus, but subscribe to the
Bulletin because it often includes articles of Jewish interest. This
is the best ever.

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA
Dick@...


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Kherson (Cherson) City and Gubernia KehilaLink New Website #ukraine

Charles WALOWITZ
 

Dear Genners,

We are happy to announce the creation of the Kherson (Cherson) KehilaLinks Website.

This is a work in process. We would like people who have roots either in the City or Gubernia, to submit material for the website.
You can submit photos, postcards, and family histories. Also very helpful would be a descriptive narrative mentioning all the generations, their migration, documents you may have received >from Ukraine, etc.
We would be grateful if you will help us "populate" our new website.

The site's address is: http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kherson/

If you can help with any kind of material, or if you have any ideas or comments, please write to us directly at ruthw95@....

Charles and Sylvia Walowitz.
Brooklyn, New York, USA.

Waibsnaider, Perman, Kozodoy, Elimelekh, Minond, Liponevzky, Shurkhin, Ber, Gershman, Seltzer, Salzman, Grinker, Spiegel, Broder


Kherson (Cherson) City and Gubernia KehilaLink New Website #ukraine

Charles WALOWITZ
 

Dear Genners,

We are happy to announce the creation of the Kherson (Cherson) KehilaLinks Website.

This is a work in process. We would like people who have roots either in the City or Gubernia, to submit material for the website.
You can submit photos, postcards, and family histories. Also very helpful would be a descriptive narrative mentioning all the generations, their migration, documents you may have received >from Ukraine, etc.
We would be grateful if you will help us "populate" our new website.

The site's address is: http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kherson/

If you can help with any kind of material, or if you have any ideas or comments, please write to us directly at ruthw95@....

Charles and Sylvia Walowitz.
Brooklyn, New York, USA.

Waibsnaider, Perman, Kozodoy, Elimelekh, Minond, Liponevzky, Shurkhin, Ber, Gershman, Seltzer, Salzman, Grinker, Spiegel, Broder

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