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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Film from Marriage of Miss Rose Carmel and Mr Solly Gershcowit #general

Roy Star
 

It has recently come to my attention of this 'home movie' that was
shown a few weeks ago at the British Film Institute and is available
for anyone to see on Youtube. It is the marriage of my great-uncle
Solly GERSHCOWIT to Rosie CARMEL in 1925.

It starts off with the bride & groom leaving their home which was
above the family Ironmongers store at 50 Brick Lane, London,E1.
Many members of the family can be seen dancing in a garden. My mother
Sylvia STAR should be there (age 5) but I cannot see her. Also my
grandparents should be there too, but cannot be identified! The film
has been available on YouTube channel since 2009 and has received
almost 10,000 views to date -- here is the link if you want to see
the film :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_X8NtbSsOns .
The text will be updated to reflect the information on the family
that I recently gave to the BFI.

It's a lovely film and they are planning to add it to the BFI Player,
initially as part of their big Britain on Film project
(http://player.bfi.org.uk/britain-on-film/), but it will also feature
in a new Jewish Britain collection planned for 2017.
If anyone would like to give me any further information on the party
guests or comments you can contact me privately on :
roystar20@...
Roy Star
Researching :
GERSHCOWIT(Z) >from Lithuania / London
STARYSOLLER (many different spellings) >from Tarnopol and Zbaraz.
GRUN >from Tarnopol
WAINSTAIN >from Poland / Russia
WARMAN (different spellings) >from Krakow / London
TERNOFSKY >from London


Film from Marriage of Miss Rose Carmel and Mr Solly Gershcowit #general

Roy Star
 

It has recently come to my attention of this 'home movie' that was
shown a few weeks ago at the British Film Institute and is available
for anyone to see on Youtube. It is the marriage of my great-uncle
Solly GERSHCOWIT to Rosie CARMEL in 1925.

It starts off with the bride & groom leaving their home which was
above the family Ironmongers store at 50 Brick Lane, London,E1.
Many members of the family can be seen dancing in a garden. My mother
Sylvia STAR should be there (age 5) but I cannot see her. Also my
grandparents should be there too, but cannot be identified! The film
has been available on YouTube channel since 2009 and has received
almost 10,000 views to date -- here is the link if you want to see
the film :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_X8NtbSsOns .
The text will be updated to reflect the information on the family
that I recently gave to the BFI.

It's a lovely film and they are planning to add it to the BFI Player,
initially as part of their big Britain on Film project
(http://player.bfi.org.uk/britain-on-film/), but it will also feature
in a new Jewish Britain collection planned for 2017.
If anyone would like to give me any further information on the party
guests or comments you can contact me privately on :
roystar20@...
Roy Star
Researching :
GERSHCOWIT(Z) >from Lithuania / London
STARYSOLLER (many different spellings) >from Tarnopol and Zbaraz.
GRUN >from Tarnopol
WAINSTAIN >from Poland / Russia
WARMAN (different spellings) >from Krakow / London
TERNOFSKY >from London


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Helpful research advice from the New York Public Library #general

Bruce Drake <BDrake@...>
 

One of my particular pursuits in my family research is tracking
down photos that throw light on where my ancestors lived. No
doubt, someone has may have posted this before since it's >from
July 14 but this article on "How to Find Historical Photos of
New York City" bears seeing for those who may have missed it:
http://on.nypl.org/1PPVThZ

Coming across this also reminded me how valuable - and enjoyable -
NYPL as a source of information. Their terrific map
(http://www.oldnyc.org/) shows you a street grid layout of the
city with red dots at intersections where the NYPL has historic
photos, which you can click on and see immediately. NYPL is also
the repository of digitized Yizkor books, one of which I have been
using for my translation of the Kovel Yizkor book.

So, a shout-out to NYPL. And one day I'll find that needle-in-a-
haystack: a photo that shows the storefront of 10 Delancey Street
on the Lower East Side between 1913-1919 when my grandfather had a
restaurant there.

Bruce Drake
Silver Spring, MD

Researching: DRACH, EBERT, KIMMEL, ZLOTNICK
Towns: Wojnilow, Marty'nuv Stary, Kovel, Bialystock


Helpful research advice from the New York Public Library #general

Bruce Drake <BDrake@...>
 

One of my particular pursuits in my family research is tracking
down photos that throw light on where my ancestors lived. No
doubt, someone has may have posted this before since it's >from
July 14 but this article on "How to Find Historical Photos of
New York City" bears seeing for those who may have missed it:
http://on.nypl.org/1PPVThZ

Coming across this also reminded me how valuable - and enjoyable -
NYPL as a source of information. Their terrific map
(http://www.oldnyc.org/) shows you a street grid layout of the
city with red dots at intersections where the NYPL has historic
photos, which you can click on and see immediately. NYPL is also
the repository of digitized Yizkor books, one of which I have been
using for my translation of the Kovel Yizkor book.

So, a shout-out to NYPL. And one day I'll find that needle-in-a-
haystack: a photo that shows the storefront of 10 Delancey Street
on the Lower East Side between 1913-1919 when my grandfather had a
restaurant there.

Bruce Drake
Silver Spring, MD

Researching: DRACH, EBERT, KIMMEL, ZLOTNICK
Towns: Wojnilow, Marty'nuv Stary, Kovel, Bialystock


Re: need help translating short words from a letter in German #germany

David Shapiro
 

"Chug" and "Snif" are both Hebrew words. Chug means a club (literally
'circle'), and snif means a branch (of some sort of institution). Beth
could also be Hebrew, but here the meaning is less clear out of context,
it may be the shortened name of an organization Beth... i.e. "house" of
something, or it may represent the number two.

David Shapiro, Jerusalem dshapiro@...

Eva Eisenstein, evaeisenstein@... wrote:

I am in the middle of translating my father's letters in German to the
woman who would become his wife, and my mother. Very colloquial letters.
This is 1935. He writes of going to three regular events on weekday
evenings: Chug, Beth, and Snif. All three words are mentioned in many
letters. It is the last word that has eluded my translation efforts. I
would appreciate any help with this strange word, or abbreviation, or
whatever it may be.


German SIG #Germany Re: Re: need help translating short words from a letter in German #germany

David Shapiro
 

"Chug" and "Snif" are both Hebrew words. Chug means a club (literally
'circle'), and snif means a branch (of some sort of institution). Beth
could also be Hebrew, but here the meaning is less clear out of context,
it may be the shortened name of an organization Beth... i.e. "house" of
something, or it may represent the number two.

David Shapiro, Jerusalem dshapiro@...

Eva Eisenstein, evaeisenstein@... wrote:

I am in the middle of translating my father's letters in German to the
woman who would become his wife, and my mother. Very colloquial letters.
This is 1935. He writes of going to three regular events on weekday
evenings: Chug, Beth, and Snif. All three words are mentioned in many
letters. It is the last word that has eluded my translation efforts. I
would appreciate any help with this strange word, or abbreviation, or
whatever it may be.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking someone with access to a Family History Library #general

Steven Rosenberg <stevenr@...>
 

Dear Researchers,

I am seeking someone with access to a Family History Library who can access
their microfilms and perform a search for records for the town of Piotrków
Trybunalski, Poland. The records have been filmed by the FHL and the records
have been indexed and the index is searchable on line on Jewishgen, but the
record numbers for some of the entries are missing or duplicated and I do
not have direct access to a family history library myself. I do know that
for the type of record and the year of interest that there are at least 7
record numbers missing (and I have those record numbers) and that there are
5 duplicate entry numbers and 3 entries with missing index numbers.
Therefore one would only need to search for and scan the 7 or possibly 8
missing records and not all 236 or possibly 237 records for the given year.

If interested and able, please respond and I can provide the microfilm
number, year, record type and the 7 or 8 record numbers to scan / copy.

With Best Regards.

Steven Rosenberg


Seeking someone with access to a Family History Library #general

Steven Rosenberg <stevenr@...>
 

Dear Researchers,

I am seeking someone with access to a Family History Library who can access
their microfilms and perform a search for records for the town of Piotrków
Trybunalski, Poland. The records have been filmed by the FHL and the records
have been indexed and the index is searchable on line on Jewishgen, but the
record numbers for some of the entries are missing or duplicated and I do
not have direct access to a family history library myself. I do know that
for the type of record and the year of interest that there are at least 7
record numbers missing (and I have those record numbers) and that there are
5 duplicate entry numbers and 3 entries with missing index numbers.
Therefore one would only need to search for and scan the 7 or possibly 8
missing records and not all 236 or possibly 237 records for the given year.

If interested and able, please respond and I can provide the microfilm
number, year, record type and the 7 or 8 record numbers to scan / copy.

With Best Regards.

Steven Rosenberg


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Seeking researcher in Rivne (Rovno), Ukraine #general

mike yesnes
 

Check under jewishgen.org ,look in their website for researchers
in Ukraine,Europe and etc.They are guides,bus drivers,researchers
and etc.Search by city:Kyiv,Vinnytsia,Rivine{Rovno} and etc.Good
luck in finding one you can trust and is reasonably priced.Maybe
$1,000.00 for a week and copies/travel expenses.

Mike Yesnes

MODERATOR NOTE: The JewishGen page listing researchers is at
http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/Researchers.htm


Re: Seeking researcher in Rivne (Rovno), Ukraine #general

mike yesnes
 

Check under jewishgen.org ,look in their website for researchers
in Ukraine,Europe and etc.They are guides,bus drivers,researchers
and etc.Search by city:Kyiv,Vinnytsia,Rivine{Rovno} and etc.Good
luck in finding one you can trust and is reasonably priced.Maybe
$1,000.00 for a week and copies/travel expenses.

Mike Yesnes

MODERATOR NOTE: The JewishGen page listing researchers is at
http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/Researchers.htm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bessarabia / Moldova Cemetery projects #general

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear researchers,

I would like to let you know what is going on with our multiple (24!)
Cemetery projects:

- Rybnitsa New Jewish Cemetery - completed - you can read about it at the
Bessarabia SIG website / Jewish Cemeteries section
- Tiraspol Dalnee Cemetery - completed, see information at Bessarabia SIG
website / Jewish Cemeteries section

- Brichani Jewish Cemetery. Finally we have a very good Hebrew translator,
who knows well the tombstone writings, and will finish first reading in
November, 15, and in parallel a second reading is checking his work.
Hopefully the project will be done by the end of the year.
-Lipkani Jewish Cemetery. As Bricheni inscriptions, it is very hard to
translate the writings. Person who is going to finish Brichani will work
after that on this project.

- Chinisheutsy, very small Jewish Cemetery, will be ready in September, 2015
- Skuleni, there is a large monument build not long time ago for the father
of Skulyaner Rebbe who was buried at that cemetery, and also several other
family members. Also a number of fragments of monuments were built in
foundation of the large monument. Will be submitted to JOWBR in the fall of
2015

- Rybnitsa Old Jewish Cemetery, half of the photos are received (about 460).
Need someone to translate or better to take the whole project (2 readings,
prepare for JOWBR).

- Soroki Jewish Cemetery, New Section, hopefully finish this project in
September, 2015
- Soroki Jewish Cemetery, Old Section. Photos are done, and it will be
worked after the Soroki New Cemetery is completed.

- Kishinev Jewish Cemetery, project started, more photos will come in late
fall, probably all photos will be done in the spring of 2016

-Leovo Jewish Cemetery. Half of the photos are done. The rest be done in
late fall. A person organizes a group of people to do translation.
- Camenca (Kamenca) - the photos are done, and the first reading is done.
Need someone with good Russian and Hebrew to check every record.

- Dubossary Jewish Cemetery, Old Section - there are only about 30 photos...
cannot get the rest done yet.
- Rashkov Jewish Cemetery (Transnistria) - small part of the cemetery
photographed. We need some money to do the whole cemetery. If anyone is
interested, please email me.

- Rezina New Jewish Cemetery - first reading is done. Need someone to do
the "second" reading.
- Rezina Old Jewish Cemetery - in a process of translation.

- Ungheni Jewish Cemetery. The photos were received, and now waiting for
someone index them.

- Grigoriopol Jewish Cemetery. In process of translation.

- Izmail Jewish Cemetery. Second reading is in progress, hopefully complete
this in a months.

-Bessarabeska Jewish Cemetery. Photos will be in taken in September.

- Markuleshti Jewish Cemetery. Photos should be taken this fall...

- Faleshti Jewish Cemetery. Photos should be taken this fall.

- Hincheshti (Gancheshti) Jewish Cemetery. Photograph will be in taken this
fall.

- Ataki Jewish Cemetery. Photographer will go this fall to photograph the
tombstones.

I want to thank all people who are translating the inscriptions of the
tombstones. This is our duty to do these projects as best as we can and
also as quick as we can... the cemeteries are disappearing.

Also many thanks to an army of JewishGenners who are responding on my
requests at ViewMate! You are terrific. All of you who helped to decipher
these writings are included into the Cemetery Reports - you can see many of
them at the Bessarabia SIG Website. I will continue to add inscriptions to
ViewMate.

If you know Russian and Hebrew or even one of the languages and would like
to participate in one of these projects please let me know.

Also, if anyone wants the whole set of records for a cemetery, that can be
arranged for a donation of $100 to Bessarabia-Moldova Cemetery project.

Finally, if you know of a cemetery and it is not yet on our list yet, and
you know that the cemetery exists, we would need about 30% of total cost
collected before starting the project. Of course the cost depends on the
number of tombstones, distance, etc. This way were organized many of the
cemetery projects above!! Let me know if interested.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China


Bessarabia / Moldova Cemetery projects #general

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear researchers,

I would like to let you know what is going on with our multiple (24!)
Cemetery projects:

- Rybnitsa New Jewish Cemetery - completed - you can read about it at the
Bessarabia SIG website / Jewish Cemeteries section
- Tiraspol Dalnee Cemetery - completed, see information at Bessarabia SIG
website / Jewish Cemeteries section

- Brichani Jewish Cemetery. Finally we have a very good Hebrew translator,
who knows well the tombstone writings, and will finish first reading in
November, 15, and in parallel a second reading is checking his work.
Hopefully the project will be done by the end of the year.
-Lipkani Jewish Cemetery. As Bricheni inscriptions, it is very hard to
translate the writings. Person who is going to finish Brichani will work
after that on this project.

- Chinisheutsy, very small Jewish Cemetery, will be ready in September, 2015
- Skuleni, there is a large monument build not long time ago for the father
of Skulyaner Rebbe who was buried at that cemetery, and also several other
family members. Also a number of fragments of monuments were built in
foundation of the large monument. Will be submitted to JOWBR in the fall of
2015

- Rybnitsa Old Jewish Cemetery, half of the photos are received (about 460).
Need someone to translate or better to take the whole project (2 readings,
prepare for JOWBR).

- Soroki Jewish Cemetery, New Section, hopefully finish this project in
September, 2015
- Soroki Jewish Cemetery, Old Section. Photos are done, and it will be
worked after the Soroki New Cemetery is completed.

- Kishinev Jewish Cemetery, project started, more photos will come in late
fall, probably all photos will be done in the spring of 2016

-Leovo Jewish Cemetery. Half of the photos are done. The rest be done in
late fall. A person organizes a group of people to do translation.
- Camenca (Kamenca) - the photos are done, and the first reading is done.
Need someone with good Russian and Hebrew to check every record.

- Dubossary Jewish Cemetery, Old Section - there are only about 30 photos...
cannot get the rest done yet.
- Rashkov Jewish Cemetery (Transnistria) - small part of the cemetery
photographed. We need some money to do the whole cemetery. If anyone is
interested, please email me.

- Rezina New Jewish Cemetery - first reading is done. Need someone to do
the "second" reading.
- Rezina Old Jewish Cemetery - in a process of translation.

- Ungheni Jewish Cemetery. The photos were received, and now waiting for
someone index them.

- Grigoriopol Jewish Cemetery. In process of translation.

- Izmail Jewish Cemetery. Second reading is in progress, hopefully complete
this in a months.

-Bessarabeska Jewish Cemetery. Photos will be in taken in September.

- Markuleshti Jewish Cemetery. Photos should be taken this fall...

- Faleshti Jewish Cemetery. Photos should be taken this fall.

- Hincheshti (Gancheshti) Jewish Cemetery. Photograph will be in taken this
fall.

- Ataki Jewish Cemetery. Photographer will go this fall to photograph the
tombstones.

I want to thank all people who are translating the inscriptions of the
tombstones. This is our duty to do these projects as best as we can and
also as quick as we can... the cemeteries are disappearing.

Also many thanks to an army of JewishGenners who are responding on my
requests at ViewMate! You are terrific. All of you who helped to decipher
these writings are included into the Cemetery Reports - you can see many of
them at the Bessarabia SIG Website. I will continue to add inscriptions to
ViewMate.

If you know Russian and Hebrew or even one of the languages and would like
to participate in one of these projects please let me know.

Also, if anyone wants the whole set of records for a cemetery, that can be
arranged for a donation of $100 to Bessarabia-Moldova Cemetery project.

Finally, if you know of a cemetery and it is not yet on our list yet, and
you know that the cemetery exists, we would need about 30% of total cost
collected before starting the project. Of course the cost depends on the
number of tombstones, distance, etc. This way were organized many of the
cemetery projects above!! Let me know if interested.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thanks re: Cemetery photos #general

Errol Schneegurt
 

I would like to thank all those who responded to my request to have
photo's taken of a site at the Beth Israel Cemetery in NJ. I now have
several really great quality photo's.
Jewishgen comes through again!
Errol Schneegurt ESLVIV@... LI NY


Thanks re: Cemetery photos #general

Errol Schneegurt
 

I would like to thank all those who responded to my request to have
photo's taken of a site at the Beth Israel Cemetery in NJ. I now have
several really great quality photo's.
Jewishgen comes through again!
Errol Schneegurt ESLVIV@... LI NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen FSI Updated Jewish Vital Records Index Published! #general

Vivian Kahn
 

I am very excited to announce that close to 15,000 additional vital
records have been added to the Hungarian Jewish Vital Records at
FamilySearch.org. This increases the total number of records in this
collection by almost 15,000 to a total of 26,447. You can access the
database at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1787825

The records have been indexed by JewishGen H-SIG volunteers >from films
at the Hungarian State Archives in Budapest and county archives. The
latest batch includes additional records >from Pest-Pilis and Szabolcs,
many of which are not yet included in the JewishGen Hungary Database.
It's taking some effort to reformat the FSI spreadsheets but
once this is completed, the new records will be added to the JewishGen
Hungary database as well.

This effort wouldn't have been possible without the
participation of a number of H-SIGrs as well as some folks who learned
about our project on the FamilySearch website. In particular, I want to
single out Judy Peterson, Henry Wellisch, Pat Shaw, Imre Grosz, and
Julie Lockwood for special thanks and recognition.

This project wouldn't exist at all without the efforts and
inspiration of Sam Schleman, the former H-SIG Vital Records Coordinator,
who we sadly lost earlier this year. Sam started the project, which was
the first and, I believe, still the only Jewish partner project with
FamilySearch as a way to continue the indexing of records in the Family
Research Library collection. Instead of having to obtain images for use
at the Family Research Library, FSI sends images to volunteers who use
special software to enter information that is submitted as each batch of
records is completed. Although the process is different >from the one
that most JewishGen volunteers have used, I and others have found the
format relatively easy to use.

Please contact me off-list if you'd like to learn more about how
this works.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, California
JewishGen Hungarian SIG Coordinator


FSI Updated Jewish Vital Records Index Published! #general

Vivian Kahn
 

I am very excited to announce that close to 15,000 additional vital
records have been added to the Hungarian Jewish Vital Records at
FamilySearch.org. This increases the total number of records in this
collection by almost 15,000 to a total of 26,447. You can access the
database at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1787825

The records have been indexed by JewishGen H-SIG volunteers >from films
at the Hungarian State Archives in Budapest and county archives. The
latest batch includes additional records >from Pest-Pilis and Szabolcs,
many of which are not yet included in the JewishGen Hungary Database.
It's taking some effort to reformat the FSI spreadsheets but
once this is completed, the new records will be added to the JewishGen
Hungary database as well.

This effort wouldn't have been possible without the
participation of a number of H-SIGrs as well as some folks who learned
about our project on the FamilySearch website. In particular, I want to
single out Judy Peterson, Henry Wellisch, Pat Shaw, Imre Grosz, and
Julie Lockwood for special thanks and recognition.

This project wouldn't exist at all without the efforts and
inspiration of Sam Schleman, the former H-SIG Vital Records Coordinator,
who we sadly lost earlier this year. Sam started the project, which was
the first and, I believe, still the only Jewish partner project with
FamilySearch as a way to continue the indexing of records in the Family
Research Library collection. Instead of having to obtain images for use
at the Family Research Library, FSI sends images to volunteers who use
special software to enter information that is submitted as each batch of
records is completed. Although the process is different >from the one
that most JewishGen volunteers have used, I and others have found the
format relatively easy to use.

Please contact me off-list if you'd like to learn more about how
this works.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, California
JewishGen Hungarian SIG Coordinator


Reminder of September's events. Extracted from Newsletter. #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

Sun 6

2 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.There will be a German SIG at Jeanette Rosenberg's house
in Edgware.
Contact Jeanette at : jeanette.r.rosenberg@...

Sun 6

2.30 p.m.Walking Tour of Jewish Birmingham:

A 2.5 Mile walk around Birmingham showing the exteriors of our three
diverse Synagogues plus two old ones together with the sites of two old
cemeteries with several other buildings relating to Jewish life or Jewish
worthies.
Starting Point is: Birmingham Progressive Synagogue 1 Roseland Way
Birmingham B15 1HD
Contact David Harrison at : djh_119@...

Sun 13

3.00 p.m. - 5.00 p.m. Midlands Regional Group THIS MEETING HAS BEEN
CANCELLED, but.......please join us at the Walking Event on 6 September.
Contact David Harrison as above

Thur 17

7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. Education Webinar Genealogy in Western Europe
Jeanette Rosenberg. On-line

Sun 20

3.00 p.m. - 6.00 p.m. Library Session. Lydia Collins at 33 Seymour Place,
London W1H 5AU

Please support these meetings - plus other events throughout the year if
you can. Thank You.

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Reminder of September's events. Extracted from Newsletter. #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

Sun 6

2 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.There will be a German SIG at Jeanette Rosenberg's house
in Edgware.
Contact Jeanette at : jeanette.r.rosenberg@...

Sun 6

2.30 p.m.Walking Tour of Jewish Birmingham:

A 2.5 Mile walk around Birmingham showing the exteriors of our three
diverse Synagogues plus two old ones together with the sites of two old
cemeteries with several other buildings relating to Jewish life or Jewish
worthies.
Starting Point is: Birmingham Progressive Synagogue 1 Roseland Way
Birmingham B15 1HD
Contact David Harrison at : djh_119@...

Sun 13

3.00 p.m. - 5.00 p.m. Midlands Regional Group THIS MEETING HAS BEEN
CANCELLED, but.......please join us at the Walking Event on 6 September.
Contact David Harrison as above

Thur 17

7.30 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. Education Webinar Genealogy in Western Europe
Jeanette Rosenberg. On-line

Sun 20

3.00 p.m. - 6.00 p.m. Library Session. Lydia Collins at 33 Seymour Place,
London W1H 5AU

Please support these meetings - plus other events throughout the year if
you can. Thank You.

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS (NY) Burial Societies Database #general

Steve Stein <steinsteve@...>
 

Dear friends of the JGS of New York: The Burial Society database has not
been and is still not available to search because of a software problem with
our website host. We are working on repairing the problem and are also
correcting a number of errors and omissions in the data. We plan to
re-launch the database in November 2015 and will keep you posted on our
progress.

If you have an ***urgent*** search need that cannot be resolved any other
way, please use our "Contact Us" link and we will attempt to resolve your
issue. Also, if you have encountered an error in the data, particularly on
the linking of association to ancestral town or county or country, please
let us know so it can be corrected.

Thank you for your patience.

Steve Stein
JGS Executive Council
Highland Park, NJ USA


JGS (NY) Burial Societies Database #general

Steve Stein <steinsteve@...>
 

Dear friends of the JGS of New York: The Burial Society database has not
been and is still not available to search because of a software problem with
our website host. We are working on repairing the problem and are also
correcting a number of errors and omissions in the data. We plan to
re-launch the database in November 2015 and will keep you posted on our
progress.

If you have an ***urgent*** search need that cannot be resolved any other
way, please use our "Contact Us" link and we will attempt to resolve your
issue. Also, if you have encountered an error in the data, particularly on
the linking of association to ancestral town or county or country, please
let us know so it can be corrected.

Thank you for your patience.

Steve Stein
JGS Executive Council
Highland Park, NJ USA

99961 - 99980 of 673467