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Descendants of Abraham ETIN #general

Emilie Epstein <ekepstein@...>
 

Dear Friends,

I am looking for the nieces, nephews or other relatives of Abraham ETIN
(b.1889 d. 1942). He was married to Dobe. Abraham ETIN and family are
known to have lived in Senno, Russia. His father was Mmordechai ETIN
and his mother, Gussie VIGDOROWITZ.

Their children, Mome (born about 1923) and Isak (born about 1930) both
in Senno. It is believed that most of the family were murdered in
1941 or 1942.

It is also known that Abraham had a married sister in Moscow after the
war. It is possible tha ther family or her children moved to Israel.

Pages of Testimony were filed with Yad Vesham by a cousin of Mome and
Isak. The submitter is translated as Zalman IZRIN or .Schlomo IZRIN..

Abraham ETIN had a twin brother living in America, along with two
other brothers.

Any help or suggestions for my quest would be appreciated.

Emilie Epstein
ekepstein@...

I am also searching: ROSHAL, HEIBER, EISS, STREISAND/STREISANT,
KAUFMAN, ORTNER, METZGER

MODERATOR NOTE: Please place only surnames in uppercase letters. First names
and place names should be written in title case (i.e., only capitalize the first
letter of the name).


Additions to IGRA’s Website- Databases and Webinar #ukraine

Elena Bazes
 

Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA) has just released new and
updated databases and posted a new webinar on its website.

Before viewing the databases or webinar, please register for free on
the IGRA website http://genealogy.org.il/

Webinar Sources for Jewish Genealogy in Ukraine Part II

After a successful webinar, Sources for Jewish Genealogy in Ukraine

Part I, by Tomasz M. Jankowski, IGRA received many requests to hear
Tomasz once again. You can view the new webinar (Part II), for free
for the next week. After that, it will be available to IGRA members
only.

To view the webinar go to

http://genealogy.org.il/2016/03/22/sources-for-jewish-genealogy-in-ukraine-part-ii/

Databases

1) Reichsvereiningung der Juden-Confederation of Jews in Germany

This new database includes a list of members of the Confederation of
Jews in Germany for surnames beginning with A, B, C, D and L. The
organization was formed in Germany in the late 1930's and continued
into the 1940's. It was eventually used by the Nazis to seize Jewish
assets. Peter Lande >from the USHMM has provided IGRA with this
database. In addition to names, there are also data for some members
such as birthdates, birthplaces and comments regarding immigration and
emigration.

2) Jews Serving in the International Brigade

This new database includes a list of Jewish soldiers >from around the
world who served in the International Brigade during the Spanish Civil
War. Battalions came >from over 50 countries including the United
States, United Kingdom, Poland, Austria, Hungary and Israel/Palestine.
In some cases, more information besides names can be found in the
database. The list was compiled by Martin Sugarman, an archivist of
Association of Jewish Soldiers.

3) Medical Practitioners

This new database includes a list of medical practitioners-doctors,
pharmacists, dentists and midwives, >from 1930 and 1935, who were
licensed during the British Mandate in Palestine. In addition to
names, the database includes the practitioners' profession, license
number and address. The database not only lists practitioners living
in Palestine (both Jews and Arabs), but also includes British
practitioners serving in Palestine, Transjordan, Lebanon, Syria and
other countries in the Middle East.

4) Marriage Certificates 1927-1948

This updated database includes certificates issued during the British
Mandate to those requesting copies of their certificates. The
certificates include both old and new names (first and last),
nationality and address. Some include information about parents. This
is not a list of certificates issued by the Rabbinate.

To view the databases, go to http://genealogy.org.il/AID/index.php

Elena Bazes

IGRA Publicity Chairperson


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Descendants of Abraham ETIN #general

Emilie Epstein <ekepstein@...>
 

Dear Friends,

I am looking for the nieces, nephews or other relatives of Abraham ETIN
(b.1889 d. 1942). He was married to Dobe. Abraham ETIN and family are
known to have lived in Senno, Russia. His father was Mmordechai ETIN
and his mother, Gussie VIGDOROWITZ.

Their children, Mome (born about 1923) and Isak (born about 1930) both
in Senno. It is believed that most of the family were murdered in
1941 or 1942.

It is also known that Abraham had a married sister in Moscow after the
war. It is possible tha ther family or her children moved to Israel.

Pages of Testimony were filed with Yad Vesham by a cousin of Mome and
Isak. The submitter is translated as Zalman IZRIN or .Schlomo IZRIN..

Abraham ETIN had a twin brother living in America, along with two
other brothers.

Any help or suggestions for my quest would be appreciated.

Emilie Epstein
ekepstein@...

I am also searching: ROSHAL, HEIBER, EISS, STREISAND/STREISANT,
KAUFMAN, ORTNER, METZGER

MODERATOR NOTE: Please place only surnames in uppercase letters. First names
and place names should be written in title case (i.e., only capitalize the first
letter of the name).


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Additions to IGRA’s Website- Databases and Webinar #ukraine

Elena Bazes
 

Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA) has just released new and
updated databases and posted a new webinar on its website.

Before viewing the databases or webinar, please register for free on
the IGRA website http://genealogy.org.il/

Webinar Sources for Jewish Genealogy in Ukraine Part II

After a successful webinar, Sources for Jewish Genealogy in Ukraine

Part I, by Tomasz M. Jankowski, IGRA received many requests to hear
Tomasz once again. You can view the new webinar (Part II), for free
for the next week. After that, it will be available to IGRA members
only.

To view the webinar go to

http://genealogy.org.il/2016/03/22/sources-for-jewish-genealogy-in-ukraine-part-ii/

Databases

1) Reichsvereiningung der Juden-Confederation of Jews in Germany

This new database includes a list of members of the Confederation of
Jews in Germany for surnames beginning with A, B, C, D and L. The
organization was formed in Germany in the late 1930's and continued
into the 1940's. It was eventually used by the Nazis to seize Jewish
assets. Peter Lande >from the USHMM has provided IGRA with this
database. In addition to names, there are also data for some members
such as birthdates, birthplaces and comments regarding immigration and
emigration.

2) Jews Serving in the International Brigade

This new database includes a list of Jewish soldiers >from around the
world who served in the International Brigade during the Spanish Civil
War. Battalions came >from over 50 countries including the United
States, United Kingdom, Poland, Austria, Hungary and Israel/Palestine.
In some cases, more information besides names can be found in the
database. The list was compiled by Martin Sugarman, an archivist of
Association of Jewish Soldiers.

3) Medical Practitioners

This new database includes a list of medical practitioners-doctors,
pharmacists, dentists and midwives, >from 1930 and 1935, who were
licensed during the British Mandate in Palestine. In addition to
names, the database includes the practitioners' profession, license
number and address. The database not only lists practitioners living
in Palestine (both Jews and Arabs), but also includes British
practitioners serving in Palestine, Transjordan, Lebanon, Syria and
other countries in the Middle East.

4) Marriage Certificates 1927-1948

This updated database includes certificates issued during the British
Mandate to those requesting copies of their certificates. The
certificates include both old and new names (first and last),
nationality and address. Some include information about parents. This
is not a list of certificates issued by the Rabbinate.

To view the databases, go to http://genealogy.org.il/AID/index.php

Elena Bazes

IGRA Publicity Chairperson


Jewish Cemeteries and their conditions in these towns #ukraine

Martin Davis (com)
 

Michelle Sandler wrote: Are there Jewish cemeteries in these Ukraine towns
[list given]? What are the conditions of these cemeteries?

Rather than repeat what is on the internet in great detail, I refer you to
the International Jewish Cemetery Project (a project of the International
Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies) at
http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/ . Their search facility will give
you the details of the nature and location of individual Jewish burial
grounds, where they exist. The entries also provide a potted history of the
grounds, the communities they served and other valuable information.

Martin Davis
London (UK)


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Jewish Cemeteries and their conditions in these towns #ukraine

Martin Davis (com)
 

Michelle Sandler wrote: Are there Jewish cemeteries in these Ukraine towns
[list given]? What are the conditions of these cemeteries?

Rather than repeat what is on the internet in great detail, I refer you to
the International Jewish Cemetery Project (a project of the International
Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies) at
http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/ . Their search facility will give
you the details of the nature and location of individual Jewish burial
grounds, where they exist. The entries also provide a potted history of the
grounds, the communities they served and other valuable information.

Martin Davis
London (UK)


Re: Records from Hungary before 1830 (Glick-Ujhely) #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

You can find more information about old Hungarian census records at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/CensusOther.htm

H-SIG volunteers have transcribed additional records that will be uploaded to
the database in coming months but I do not know if there are additional
records >from >from Zemplen, where Satoraljaujhely was located. We continue to
acquire old census records as they are found in the Hungarian State Archives.
You can access some of these on-line at
http://archives.hungaricana.hu/en/urbarium/ and
http://archives.hungaricana.hu/en/urberi/

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, California
JewishGen Hungarian SIG Coordinator

On Mar 20, 2016, <davidnead@...> wrote

...I know that Hungary has records of censuses who survived relatively
earlier years. I am looking for information about Glick's family lived
the town "Ujhely" (Satoraljaujhely) before 1830.

Do these years have online databases and indexes that can be computerized
search? Or if I want to search census I have to read the original documents
of the census of the Hungarian National Library?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Records from Hungary before 1830 (Glick-Ujhely) #general

Vivian Kahn
 

You can find more information about old Hungarian census records at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/CensusOther.htm

H-SIG volunteers have transcribed additional records that will be uploaded to
the database in coming months but I do not know if there are additional
records >from >from Zemplen, where Satoraljaujhely was located. We continue to
acquire old census records as they are found in the Hungarian State Archives.
You can access some of these on-line at
http://archives.hungaricana.hu/en/urbarium/ and
http://archives.hungaricana.hu/en/urberi/

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, California
JewishGen Hungarian SIG Coordinator

On Mar 20, 2016, <davidnead@...> wrote

...I know that Hungary has records of censuses who survived relatively
earlier years. I am looking for information about Glick's family lived
the town "Ujhely" (Satoraljaujhely) before 1830.

Do these years have online databases and indexes that can be computerized
search? Or if I want to search census I have to read the original documents
of the census of the Hungarian National Library?


Re: Records from Hungary before 1830 (Glick-Ujhely) #hungary

דוד נ.א.
 

hello
I asked earlier:
"Do these years have online databases and indexes that can be computerized
search? Or if I want to search census I have to read the original documents
of the Census of the Hungarian National Library? "

I'll fix a little my question:
I realized that censuses before 1830 are not available for searching
JewishGen. Are there other places that I can search on those years in
Hungary online? if not, how do I do that?

Thanks
David Nesher
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Records from Hungary before 1830 (Glick-Ujhely) #general

דוד נ.א.
 

hello
I asked earlier:
"Do these years have online databases and indexes that can be computerized
search? Or if I want to search census I have to read the original documents
of the Census of the Hungarian National Library? "

I'll fix a little my question:
I realized that censuses before 1830 are not available for searching
JewishGen. Are there other places that I can search on those years in
Hungary online? if not, how do I do that?

Thanks
David Nesher
Israel


(Canada) Today is the 350th anniversary of North America's First Census #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

March 21, 1666 - 350 years ago today - was when the first census in North
America was begun by Jean Talon, the first intendant (administrator in
charge of justice and finances) of New France. New France was the area
colonized by France in North America during a period beginning with the
exploration of the Saint Lawrence River by Jacques Cartier in 1534 and
ending with the cession of New France to Spain and Great Britain in 1763.

Talon conducted the census largely by himself >from 1665 to 1666, travelling
door to door among the settlements of New France.

The 1666 census was only 163 pages long and includes names, ages and
occupations of French inhabitants of Quebec City, Montreal, and
Trois-Rivieres. The census lists 3,215 people in New France of which
one-third were not married. There were 2,034 men and 1,181 women.

The original of the census is held at the Centre des archives d?outre-mer in
Aix-en-Provence, France. The Library and Archives Canada has a digital copy.
To view the digital pages go to: http://goo.gl/LSPXa3

Original url:
http://collectionscanada.gc.ca/pam_archives/index.php?fuseaction=genitem.displayEcopies&lang=eng&rec_nbr=2318856&title=%5bRecensement%20du%20Canada.%20%20Nominatif:%20noms,%20surnoms,%20%C3%A2ges,%20qualit%C3%A9s%20et%20m%C3%A9tiers

Thank you to Gail Dever and Genealogy a la carte for informing of this
interesting historical fact.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

MODERATOR NOTE: The Genealogy a la Carte blog may be found at
http://genealogyalacarte.ca/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (Canada) Today is the 350th anniversary of North America's First Census #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

March 21, 1666 - 350 years ago today - was when the first census in North
America was begun by Jean Talon, the first intendant (administrator in
charge of justice and finances) of New France. New France was the area
colonized by France in North America during a period beginning with the
exploration of the Saint Lawrence River by Jacques Cartier in 1534 and
ending with the cession of New France to Spain and Great Britain in 1763.

Talon conducted the census largely by himself >from 1665 to 1666, travelling
door to door among the settlements of New France.

The 1666 census was only 163 pages long and includes names, ages and
occupations of French inhabitants of Quebec City, Montreal, and
Trois-Rivieres. The census lists 3,215 people in New France of which
one-third were not married. There were 2,034 men and 1,181 women.

The original of the census is held at the Centre des archives d?outre-mer in
Aix-en-Provence, France. The Library and Archives Canada has a digital copy.
To view the digital pages go to: http://goo.gl/LSPXa3

Original url:
http://collectionscanada.gc.ca/pam_archives/index.php?fuseaction=genitem.displayEcopies&lang=eng&rec_nbr=2318856&title=%5bRecensement%20du%20Canada.%20%20Nominatif:%20noms,%20surnoms,%20%C3%A2ges,%20qualit%C3%A9s%20et%20m%C3%A9tiers

Thank you to Gail Dever and Genealogy a la carte for informing of this
interesting historical fact.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

MODERATOR NOTE: The Genealogy a la Carte blog may be found at
http://genealogyalacarte.ca/


Records from Hungary before 1830 (Glick-Ujhely) #hungary

דוד נ.א.
 

Hello everyone

I know that Hungary has records of censuses who survived relatively
earlier years. I am looking for information about Glick's family lived
the town "Ujhely" before 1830.

Do these years have online databases and indexes that can be
computerized search? Or if I want to search census I have to read the
original documents of the census of the Hungarian National Library?

Thanks
David Nesher
Israel


Hungary SIG #Hungary Records from Hungary before 1830 (Glick-Ujhely) #hungary

דוד נ.א.
 

Hello everyone

I know that Hungary has records of censuses who survived relatively
earlier years. I am looking for information about Glick's family lived
the town "Ujhely" before 1830.

Do these years have online databases and indexes that can be
computerized search? Or if I want to search census I have to read the
original documents of the census of the Hungarian National Library?

Thanks
David Nesher
Israel


IGRA Meeting on April 5th in Ra'anana, Israel-Not only on the Internet #ukraine

Elena Bazes
 

Tuesday, April 5th in Raanana

Join us for the next meeting of the Israel Genealogy Research
Association (IGRA)-Not Only the Internet.

There is no doubt that many of our genealogical resources today are
available on the Internet, but before the Internet there were BOOKS.
IGRA has a large collection of genealogical resource books at our
Raaanana venue. The collection includes guides to genealogy research,
history books, encyclopedias, dictionaries and a collection of back
copies of Avotaynu.

Our next meeting on April 5th will be a research and networking
evening, using our books and networking with each other.

To see a list of the collection, go to our website: genealogy.org.il
-Resources tab-Raanana Library.

Location: Bet Fisher, 5 Klausner Street, Raanana

Doors open at 19:00.

Cost: IGRA members-Free Admission Non-members-NIS 20

To join IGRA, go to http://genealogy.org.il/membership/

For further details, contact Ingrid Rockberger: ingridr@...



Elena Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chairperson


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine IGRA Meeting on April 5th in Ra'anana, Israel-Not only on the Internet #ukraine

Elena Bazes
 

Tuesday, April 5th in Raanana

Join us for the next meeting of the Israel Genealogy Research
Association (IGRA)-Not Only the Internet.

There is no doubt that many of our genealogical resources today are
available on the Internet, but before the Internet there were BOOKS.
IGRA has a large collection of genealogical resource books at our
Raaanana venue. The collection includes guides to genealogy research,
history books, encyclopedias, dictionaries and a collection of back
copies of Avotaynu.

Our next meeting on April 5th will be a research and networking
evening, using our books and networking with each other.

To see a list of the collection, go to our website: genealogy.org.il
-Resources tab-Raanana Library.

Location: Bet Fisher, 5 Klausner Street, Raanana

Doors open at 19:00.

Cost: IGRA members-Free Admission Non-members-NIS 20

To join IGRA, go to http://genealogy.org.il/membership/

For further details, contact Ingrid Rockberger: ingridr@...



Elena Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chairperson


IGRA Meeting on April 5th in Ra'anana, Israel-Not Only on the Internet #general

Elena Bazes
 

Tuesday, April 5th in Raanana

Join us for the next meeting of the Israel Genealogy Research Association
(IGRA) - Not Only the Internet.

There is no doubt that many of our genealogical resources today are available
on the Internet, but before the Internet there were **books.** IGRA has a
large collection of genealogical resource books at our Ra'anana venue. The
collection includes guides to genealogy research, history books, encyclopedias,
dictionaries and a collection of back copies of Avotaynu.

Our next meeting on April 5th will be a research and networking evening, using
our books and networking with each other.

To see a list of the collection, go to our website: genealogy.org.il
-Resources tab-Raanana Library.

Location: Bet Fisher, 5 Klausner Street, Raanana

Doors open at 19:00.

Cost: IGRA members-Free Admission Non-members-NIS 20

To join IGRA, go to http://genealogy.org.il/membership/

For further details, contact Ingrid Rockberger: ingridr@...

Elena Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chairperson


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IGRA Meeting on April 5th in Ra'anana, Israel-Not Only on the Internet #general

Elena Bazes
 

Tuesday, April 5th in Raanana

Join us for the next meeting of the Israel Genealogy Research Association
(IGRA) - Not Only the Internet.

There is no doubt that many of our genealogical resources today are available
on the Internet, but before the Internet there were **books.** IGRA has a
large collection of genealogical resource books at our Ra'anana venue. The
collection includes guides to genealogy research, history books, encyclopedias,
dictionaries and a collection of back copies of Avotaynu.

Our next meeting on April 5th will be a research and networking evening, using
our books and networking with each other.

To see a list of the collection, go to our website: genealogy.org.il
-Resources tab-Raanana Library.

Location: Bet Fisher, 5 Klausner Street, Raanana

Doors open at 19:00.

Cost: IGRA members-Free Admission Non-members-NIS 20

To join IGRA, go to http://genealogy.org.il/membership/

For further details, contact Ingrid Rockberger: ingridr@...

Elena Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chairperson


Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #romania

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to help
Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history into the
school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue school
or a high school. The program will take place on the first day of the
conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The educators' program
requires a separate registration >from the regular conference;
attendees at the educators' sessions receive breakfast and lunch and,
for an extra fee, they can attend the keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival created
by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric Goldman. Other
highlights of the Seattle conference include the opening night keynote
address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the University of Washington
Sephardic Studies Program, and the banquet address by "legal
genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified Genealogist and Certified
Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous conferences, remote streaming of
selected programs will be available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at the
conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein to
IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click on
the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org


Romania SIG #Romania Special feature of the IAJGS Conference in Seattle and a Conference Preview #romania

Janette Silverman <cochairs@...>
 

For the first time in conference history, the 36th International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will offer a special program to help
Jewish educators incorporate genealogy and family history into the
school curriculum -- whether it is a day school, synagogue school
or a high school. The program will take place on the first day of the
conference, Sunday, August 7, >from 9am to 2pm. The educators' program
requires a separate registration >from the regular conference;
attendees at the educators' sessions receive breakfast and lunch and,
for an extra fee, they can attend the keynote lecture.

This year's conference will also feature a Jewish Film Festival created
by Jewish film scholar and teacher of cinema Eric Goldman. Other
highlights of the Seattle conference include the opening night keynote
address by Dr. Devin Naar, chair of the University of Washington
Sephardic Studies Program, and the banquet address by "legal
genealogist" Judy Russell, a Certified Genealogist and Certified
Genealogical Lecturer. As at previous conferences, remote streaming of
selected programs will be available through LIVE!

The early registration period for the regular conference, which runs
until April 30, offers the lowest fees, with savings of $55 for the full
conference. Hotel rooms are going very quickly. To get a room at the
conference rate, you must first register for the conference.

For a conference preview and a preview of what you can expect in
Seattle, check out the webinar given by co-chair Chuck Weinstein to
IGRA earlier in March - go to http://www.iajgs2016.org and click on
the webinar - don't forget to check out all the other great
information on the website!

We're looking forward to seeing you in Seattle August 7-12.

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman
Conference Co-Chairs

For conference information, visit http://www.iajgs2016.org

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