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Re: WWI - Which army? #austria-czech

Alexandre Studeny <ast@...>
 

Hello,

You can write to kapost@... . And obtain all what they have in
their Austrian military archives.

I asked my father for the 1914-18 war military record and got the whole
file for 50 Euro.

Good Luck!
Alexandre Studeny-SINGER
France

Roberta Berman <rwberman@...> wrote about her great-grandfather
Abraham Schoenholz of Zaleszczyki:

... In 1916... He hid in the woods >from the Russians and was found by
the army and drafted on the spot, even though he had served in the
army years earlier when he took the place of his married brother.

Since Abraham lived in Zaleszczyki, he most likely served in the
Austrian Army earlier when he took his brother's place. He was born
about 1860 and his oldest child was born about 1885. So the earlier
army service would have ended a couple of years before 1885.

I searched military records for Austria at the Family History Library in
Salt Lake City. They all seem to be for officers only and I couldn't
find him in those records.

Are there any records of men taking the place of someone else in the
Austrian Army? Could he possibly have been drafted into the Russian
Army? Are there any records?....


Viewmate translation #galicia

Milton Koch
 

I've posted a vital record in German, of Debora Koch, for which I need a
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM42308

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Milton Koch
KOCH-Jagielnica


Re: Name change search in Israel #galicia

Billie Stein <billie.stein@...>
 

The All Israel Database (AID) on the IGRA website
http://genealogy.org.il/ has name changes for both the British
Mandate period and early Israel Statehood (until 1954). There is no
Adam Rostal listed. There is one Rostal (Yosef) who changed his name
in 1948 to Tal. If Adam changed his name it was after 1954.

The AID also shows that Edward Rostal was a candidate (but never in a
realistic position on the party list) for the Knesset 8 times - >from the
2nd through through the 9th (1951, 55, 59, 61, 65, 69, 73 and 77).
In 1951, 55 and 59 he was a member of the Progressive party, the
Liberal party in 61, and after that the Independent Liberal party. His
occupation in 1951 and 55 was clerk, and after that journalist. Edward
Rostal's name is not on the Knesset website, which has a list of all MK's,
past and present.

Gmar Chatima Tova,

Billie Stein
Givatayim, Israel

Peter Jassem <pjassem@...> wrote:

I am doing research on my relative Edward Rostal b. May 19, 1907 in
Krakow, Poland. He graduated >from the law department of the
Jagiellonian University in Krakow in 1932.

His parents were:
Karol Kalman Rosthal, a commercial agent b. 1872 in Tarnow, Poland,
d. 1944 in Auschwitz
Eugenia Gittel Statter b. 1887 in Nowy Targ, Poland, d. 1944 in Auschwitz

Edward Rostal had a wife by the name Ella b. 1911. I don't know her
maiden name. They were Holocaust survivors and moved to Israel (likely
when it was still called Palestine) after the war. They were already married
before arriving in Israel.

Edward Rostal was an editor of the Polish-language paper "Nowiny" and
later "Nowiny i Kurier." He was a candidate to Knesset at least three times,
in 1955, 1965 and 1969 and to General Council in 1959 but I am unable
to verify if he won the respective elections. He was a member of the
Independent Liberal Party in the 60-ties.

Edward Rostal died in January 1980 and his wife Ella is not alive either.
They had one son Adam but he changed the name Rostal to a Hebrew one.
He may know more about his father and have valuable documents but I
cannot find him. Adam is married.

Does anyone know if there is any way to trace a name change in Israel so
that I could look for Adam or his descendants under their current Hebrew
surname?....


Re: Archives, where located for town of Galati, (Galaz), Romania #romania

Eden Weber <edenweber@...>
 

On 9/17/15, 11:04 PM, "Romania SIG digest" <rom-sig@...>
wrote:

Archives, where located for town of Galati, (Galaz), Romania
Hi Bob:

I was able to get family records >from 1930s in Bucharest by using an
Apostille application. Needed a notarized letter that I sent to the
Secretary of State of California (where I lived) for further validation
before sending it on to a friend of a friend in Romania who dropped it off
at the correct records office. It helps if you include a Romanian, not just
English, version of who you are, how you are related to the person in
question, and that you will only use the information for genealogical
purposes so they don't think you want to claim property. Your relative can
deliver your documents to the Galati records office directly and request
that the results be sent to you. I don't know where Galati records are kept.

Here's the Apostille info >from Florida's secretary of state. You MUST use
this form or the SOS will returned the document to you for a do-over.
http://notaries.dos.state.fl.us/notproc7.html

Best of luck,
~Eden Weber
San Francisco, CA


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia RE: WWI - Which army? #galicia

Alexandre Studeny <ast@...>
 

Hello,

You can write to kapost@... . And obtain all what they have in
their Austrian military archives.

I asked my father for the 1914-18 war military record and got the whole
file for 50 Euro.

Good Luck!
Alexandre Studeny-SINGER
France

Roberta Berman <rwberman@...> wrote about her great-grandfather
Abraham Schoenholz of Zaleszczyki:

... In 1916... He hid in the woods >from the Russians and was found by
the army and drafted on the spot, even though he had served in the
army years earlier when he took the place of his married brother.

Since Abraham lived in Zaleszczyki, he most likely served in the
Austrian Army earlier when he took his brother's place. He was born
about 1860 and his oldest child was born about 1885. So the earlier
army service would have ended a couple of years before 1885.

I searched military records for Austria at the Family History Library in
Salt Lake City. They all seem to be for officers only and I couldn't
find him in those records.

Are there any records of men taking the place of someone else in the
Austrian Army? Could he possibly have been drafted into the Russian
Army? Are there any records?....


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Viewmate translation #galicia

Milton Koch
 

I've posted a vital record in German, of Debora Koch, for which I need a
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM42308

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Milton Koch
KOCH-Jagielnica


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Name change search in Israel #galicia

Billie Stein <billie.stein@...>
 

The All Israel Database (AID) on the IGRA website
http://genealogy.org.il/ has name changes for both the British
Mandate period and early Israel Statehood (until 1954). There is no
Adam Rostal listed. There is one Rostal (Yosef) who changed his name
in 1948 to Tal. If Adam changed his name it was after 1954.

The AID also shows that Edward Rostal was a candidate (but never in a
realistic position on the party list) for the Knesset 8 times - >from the
2nd through through the 9th (1951, 55, 59, 61, 65, 69, 73 and 77).
In 1951, 55 and 59 he was a member of the Progressive party, the
Liberal party in 61, and after that the Independent Liberal party. His
occupation in 1951 and 55 was clerk, and after that journalist. Edward
Rostal's name is not on the Knesset website, which has a list of all MK's,
past and present.

Gmar Chatima Tova,

Billie Stein
Givatayim, Israel

Peter Jassem <pjassem@...> wrote:

I am doing research on my relative Edward Rostal b. May 19, 1907 in
Krakow, Poland. He graduated >from the law department of the
Jagiellonian University in Krakow in 1932.

His parents were:
Karol Kalman Rosthal, a commercial agent b. 1872 in Tarnow, Poland,
d. 1944 in Auschwitz
Eugenia Gittel Statter b. 1887 in Nowy Targ, Poland, d. 1944 in Auschwitz

Edward Rostal had a wife by the name Ella b. 1911. I don't know her
maiden name. They were Holocaust survivors and moved to Israel (likely
when it was still called Palestine) after the war. They were already married
before arriving in Israel.

Edward Rostal was an editor of the Polish-language paper "Nowiny" and
later "Nowiny i Kurier." He was a candidate to Knesset at least three times,
in 1955, 1965 and 1969 and to General Council in 1959 but I am unable
to verify if he won the respective elections. He was a member of the
Independent Liberal Party in the 60-ties.

Edward Rostal died in January 1980 and his wife Ella is not alive either.
They had one son Adam but he changed the name Rostal to a Hebrew one.
He may know more about his father and have valuable documents but I
cannot find him. Adam is married.

Does anyone know if there is any way to trace a name change in Israel so
that I could look for Adam or his descendants under their current Hebrew
surname?....


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Archives, where located for town of Galati, (Galaz), Romania #romania

Eden Weber <edenweber@...>
 

On 9/17/15, 11:04 PM, "Romania SIG digest" <rom-sig@...>
wrote:

Archives, where located for town of Galati, (Galaz), Romania
Hi Bob:

I was able to get family records >from 1930s in Bucharest by using an
Apostille application. Needed a notarized letter that I sent to the
Secretary of State of California (where I lived) for further validation
before sending it on to a friend of a friend in Romania who dropped it off
at the correct records office. It helps if you include a Romanian, not just
English, version of who you are, how you are related to the person in
question, and that you will only use the information for genealogical
purposes so they don't think you want to claim property. Your relative can
deliver your documents to the Galati records office directly and request
that the results be sent to you. I don't know where Galati records are kept.

Here's the Apostille info >from Florida's secretary of state. You MUST use
this form or the SOS will returned the document to you for a do-over.
http://notaries.dos.state.fl.us/notproc7.html

Best of luck,
~Eden Weber
San Francisco, CA


Lilian Levy at AJR #unitedkingdom

Palekaiko
 

Does anyone know if Lilian Levy continues to work at AJR
(jrc@...)? In the past, Lilian was able to help me with
documents related to my parents and other family members. However, of
late, I have had no response when send messages to the above email
address.

Any help would be appreciated.

Michael Diamant
Hawaii

Michael, I have been advised by AJR that Lilian Levy has retired, but
they have promised that her successor will be in touch with me.
Apparently WJR keeps the records of the Jewish Refugees Committee.
Hope to be in touch with you soon.

Tony Benson
Moderator JCR-UK


Trying to contact Ann Harris from Hackney / Dalston #unitedkingdom

Sheila Toffell
 

Ann is a cousin of mine. My father was Joe Harris, uncle to Ann's father. I
understand she has been researching our mutual family; that of Isaac and
Bajla Harris. I would like to collaborate.

Ann if you're out there please respond privately!

Sheila Harris Toffell


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Lilian Levy at AJR #unitedkingdom

Palekaiko
 

Does anyone know if Lilian Levy continues to work at AJR
(jrc@...)? In the past, Lilian was able to help me with
documents related to my parents and other family members. However, of
late, I have had no response when send messages to the above email
address.

Any help would be appreciated.

Michael Diamant
Hawaii

Michael, I have been advised by AJR that Lilian Levy has retired, but
they have promised that her successor will be in touch with me.
Apparently WJR keeps the records of the Jewish Refugees Committee.
Hope to be in touch with you soon.

Tony Benson
Moderator JCR-UK


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Trying to contact Ann Harris from Hackney / Dalston #unitedkingdom

Sheila Toffell
 

Ann is a cousin of mine. My father was Joe Harris, uncle to Ann's father. I
understand she has been researching our mutual family; that of Isaac and
Bajla Harris. I would like to collaborate.

Ann if you're out there please respond privately!

Sheila Harris Toffell


Help request: Martin STERNBERG of Breslau / Martin STERNE of the Bronx #germany

Alexander Watson <a.watson.genas@...>
 

Hello again,

Thank you very much to the many people who replied to my call for help
about finding out whether the grave of the Lieutenant Martin
STERNBERG, in Mennevret, Northern France, might be the last resting
place of a member of my family. I believe that I have thanked
everybody personnally, but if I did forget anyone, please forgive me.

A forgotten & mysterious address in New York, in one of the letters
that my great-grandfather in Breslau sent to my grandmother on her
arrival in Great Britain in 1939, and the unfailing helpfulness of
Andre GUENTHER allowed me to trace my great-great-uncle Martin
STERNBERG to the Bronx in 1926, where he became Martin STERNE. His two
children Vera (LIEBERMAN) and Stanley Herman STERNE only died quite
recently. Stanley has descendants. With heartfelt thanks,

Alexander Watson, Genas (near Lyon) France a.watson.genas@...


German SIG #Germany Help request: Martin STERNBERG of Breslau / Martin STERNE of the Bronx #germany

Alexander Watson <a.watson.genas@...>
 

Hello again,

Thank you very much to the many people who replied to my call for help
about finding out whether the grave of the Lieutenant Martin
STERNBERG, in Mennevret, Northern France, might be the last resting
place of a member of my family. I believe that I have thanked
everybody personnally, but if I did forget anyone, please forgive me.

A forgotten & mysterious address in New York, in one of the letters
that my great-grandfather in Breslau sent to my grandmother on her
arrival in Great Britain in 1939, and the unfailing helpfulness of
Andre GUENTHER allowed me to trace my great-great-uncle Martin
STERNBERG to the Bronx in 1926, where he became Martin STERNE. His two
children Vera (LIEBERMAN) and Stanley Herman STERNE only died quite
recently. Stanley has descendants. With heartfelt thanks,

Alexander Watson, Genas (near Lyon) France a.watson.genas@...


Re: Klarsfeld list of convoys to Auschwitz #general

Congrès Paris 2012 Généaloj
 

Hi Daniel,
Did you try this:
http://www.memorialdelashoah.org/index.php/fr/decouvrir-le-memorial/le-mur-des-noms/le-mur-des-noms

( MOD: http://tinyurl.com/p8rgtxw )

Anne Lifshitz-Krams
CGJ Paris


From: Daniel Hanoch Wagner <daniel.wagner@...>
Does anyone know where to find on the web the detailed Klarsfeld
lists of people deported to Auschwitz? I searched (even on the Jewishgen
site)
and could not find them.
Thank you in advance. Daniel Wagner


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Klarsfeld list of convoys to Auschwitz #general

Congrès Paris 2012 Généaloj
 

Hi Daniel,
Did you try this:
http://www.memorialdelashoah.org/index.php/fr/decouvrir-le-memorial/le-mur-des-noms/le-mur-des-noms

( MOD: http://tinyurl.com/p8rgtxw )

Anne Lifshitz-Krams
CGJ Paris


From: Daniel Hanoch Wagner <daniel.wagner@...>
Does anyone know where to find on the web the detailed Klarsfeld
lists of people deported to Auschwitz? I searched (even on the Jewishgen
site)
and could not find them.
Thank you in advance. Daniel Wagner


Thank You to All Who Responded to My Post About a Baby's Gravestone #general

Stanley and Shelda Sandler
 

Dear Genners,

A huge thank you to everyone who responded to my question about gravestones
of babies and stillborns who were born a hundred years ago. All of you will
receive a personal reply >from me.

It seems >from the replies I received that affordability issues were one
reason why gravestones were not erected over a baby's grave. Other
responses explained that many child stones were made >from softer, less
expensive materials and stood closer to the ground. The child gravestones
apparently did not stand the test of time as adult gravestones do.

There were other responses which indicated that according to rabbinic law,
no funeral or formal mourning period was held for an infant that did not
survive for 30 days.

My thanks and greatest appreciation to all who responded.

As for JewishGen...Where else can you post a question at 7:00 P.M.(ET) one
night and have replies early the next morning!JEWISHGEN IS AWESOME!!!!

L'Shana Tova,

Shelda Sandler
U.S.A.

MODERATOR NOTE: JewishGen is indeed awesome, so why not make a donation
to support its vital work? Go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank You to All Who Responded to My Post About a Baby's Gravestone #general

Stanley and Shelda Sandler
 

Dear Genners,

A huge thank you to everyone who responded to my question about gravestones
of babies and stillborns who were born a hundred years ago. All of you will
receive a personal reply >from me.

It seems >from the replies I received that affordability issues were one
reason why gravestones were not erected over a baby's grave. Other
responses explained that many child stones were made >from softer, less
expensive materials and stood closer to the ground. The child gravestones
apparently did not stand the test of time as adult gravestones do.

There were other responses which indicated that according to rabbinic law,
no funeral or formal mourning period was held for an infant that did not
survive for 30 days.

My thanks and greatest appreciation to all who responded.

As for JewishGen...Where else can you post a question at 7:00 P.M.(ET) one
night and have replies early the next morning!JEWISHGEN IS AWESOME!!!!

L'Shana Tova,

Shelda Sandler
U.S.A.

MODERATOR NOTE: JewishGen is indeed awesome, so why not make a donation
to support its vital work? Go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/


The name KHLAUNO #general

Coupland <how.jacque@...>
 

I have just found some information >from Jewish Gen that I have a relative
whose given name is KHLAUNO. I would like to know what is the origin of
this name. Is it Hebrew, Yiddish or Lithuanian ?

Thanks

Howard Coupland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The name KHLAUNO #general

Coupland <how.jacque@...>
 

I have just found some information >from Jewish Gen that I have a relative
whose given name is KHLAUNO. I would like to know what is the origin of
this name. Is it Hebrew, Yiddish or Lithuanian ?

Thanks

Howard Coupland

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