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JewishGen Passover Companion #ukraine

bounce-3134030-772980@...
 

Dear JewishGenners,

The first Passover celebration in history took place more than 3,300
years ago, marking the first anniversary of the rescue and redemption
of the Jewish people >from Egypt. Since that time, this holiday,
particularly the Seder ritual, has become a mainstay of the Jewish
people, and something that brings families together in unique ways.

At its core, the Seder stresses the importance of family, and helps
preserve Jewish history for future generations - which is what
JewishGen is dedicated to doing each and every day.

With this in mind, we are pleased to share our "JewishGen Passover
Companion," which is a collection of historical and inspirational
vignettes about Passover that are contained throughout JewishGen.

We hope that anyone reading this material will gain a better, deeper
and more personal understanding of the lives our ancestors lived,
which will, in turn, help us ensure that our own children,
grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, will likewise feel connected
and inspired by the great history of their ancestors - the entirety
of the Jewish people.

There are two ways to read the JewishGen Passover Companion. You
can download it as a PDF by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/PassoverCompanion2016.pdf
[http://tinyurl.com/zsvpu6j]

Or, it can be read online by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/passover2016.html
[http://tinyurl.com/gsj6wox]

Wishing all a happy Passover, and a Chag Kosher V'Sameach.

The JewishGen Team


Re: Kamenets-Podolski #ukraine

David Goldman
 

My paternal ancestors (with the ancestral name of KRASINSKY) were said to
have come ">from Kamenetz Podolsk," but in fact we discovered they originated
">from Nova Ushitsa" and emigrated first to Manchester in the mid 1890s, and
then >from there to Alberta, Canada just before World War One. However, even
that was not precise, since really they had lived in "suburbs" around Nova
Ushitsa named either Butsnivtsy or Kalyus. Even before the fire in the
archives I was unable to obtain any significant vital records. All that
seemed to have existed were a couple of census records >from the 1870s.
http://genealogy-ua.com/rez/?lang=en
According to the online search engine there are only some vital records for
years 1845-1848 for Butsnivtsy, and for Kalius >from 1838 - 1852.

David Goldman
NYC


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine JewishGen Passover Companion #ukraine

bounce-3134030-772980@...
 

Dear JewishGenners,

The first Passover celebration in history took place more than 3,300
years ago, marking the first anniversary of the rescue and redemption
of the Jewish people >from Egypt. Since that time, this holiday,
particularly the Seder ritual, has become a mainstay of the Jewish
people, and something that brings families together in unique ways.

At its core, the Seder stresses the importance of family, and helps
preserve Jewish history for future generations - which is what
JewishGen is dedicated to doing each and every day.

With this in mind, we are pleased to share our "JewishGen Passover
Companion," which is a collection of historical and inspirational
vignettes about Passover that are contained throughout JewishGen.

We hope that anyone reading this material will gain a better, deeper
and more personal understanding of the lives our ancestors lived,
which will, in turn, help us ensure that our own children,
grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, will likewise feel connected
and inspired by the great history of their ancestors - the entirety
of the Jewish people.

There are two ways to read the JewishGen Passover Companion. You
can download it as a PDF by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/PassoverCompanion2016.pdf
[http://tinyurl.com/zsvpu6j]

Or, it can be read online by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/passover2016.html
[http://tinyurl.com/gsj6wox]

Wishing all a happy Passover, and a Chag Kosher V'Sameach.

The JewishGen Team


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Kamenets-Podolski #ukraine

David Goldman
 

My paternal ancestors (with the ancestral name of KRASINSKY) were said to
have come ">from Kamenetz Podolsk," but in fact we discovered they originated
">from Nova Ushitsa" and emigrated first to Manchester in the mid 1890s, and
then >from there to Alberta, Canada just before World War One. However, even
that was not precise, since really they had lived in "suburbs" around Nova
Ushitsa named either Butsnivtsy or Kalyus. Even before the fire in the
archives I was unable to obtain any significant vital records. All that
seemed to have existed were a couple of census records >from the 1870s.
http://genealogy-ua.com/rez/?lang=en
According to the online search engine there are only some vital records for
years 1845-1848 for Butsnivtsy, and for Kalius >from 1838 - 1852.

David Goldman
NYC


Kamenets Podolski records - also in CAHJP! #ukraine

Yoni Kupchik
 

Hi everyone,

For those interested in Kamenets Podolski and living in Israel - the
Kamenets Podolski vital records that are held in the Khmelnitskii
archives were scanned and are available on CDs also at the Central
Archives for the History of the Jewish People in Jerusalem. I have
looked at those records and they are in a very good condition.

Happy Passover!

Yoni Kupchik


KUPCHIK - Orgeyev (Bessarabia);
GORODETSKY - Teleneshty, Soroca, Ataki (Bessarabia)
OKS - Sudilkov, Odessa (Ukraine)
SITNITSKY - Kanev area, Ekaterinoslav area, and other regions in Ukraine
SHABADASH - Shpola, Kharkov, Zlatopol and other regions in Ukraine (Ukraine)
DORIN - Odessa (Ukraine), Bessarabia
SHKODNIK - Khoshchevatoye, Gaivoron, Ladyzhinka, Odessa, and other towns
between Odessa and Uman (Ukraine)
GLUZMAN - Krivoye Ozero, Bogopol, Goloskov (Ukraine)
KOSOY - Dobroye and Kherson area, Chigirin and Kiev area (Ukraine)
RABINOVICH - Brusilov, Novi Bug? (Ukraine)

And all of the above in Argentina


Kamenets Podolsky #ukraine

Martin Davis (com)
 

The embedded Ukraine SIG link to the Kamanets Podolsk records catalogue,
which I posted yesterday, did not reproduce correctly. A shortened link to
this catalogue is http://tinyurl.com/zsjql67

Martin Davis
London (UK)


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Kamenets Podolski records - also in CAHJP! #ukraine

Yoni Kupchik
 

Hi everyone,

For those interested in Kamenets Podolski and living in Israel - the
Kamenets Podolski vital records that are held in the Khmelnitskii
archives were scanned and are available on CDs also at the Central
Archives for the History of the Jewish People in Jerusalem. I have
looked at those records and they are in a very good condition.

Happy Passover!

Yoni Kupchik


KUPCHIK - Orgeyev (Bessarabia);
GORODETSKY - Teleneshty, Soroca, Ataki (Bessarabia)
OKS - Sudilkov, Odessa (Ukraine)
SITNITSKY - Kanev area, Ekaterinoslav area, and other regions in Ukraine
SHABADASH - Shpola, Kharkov, Zlatopol and other regions in Ukraine (Ukraine)
DORIN - Odessa (Ukraine), Bessarabia
SHKODNIK - Khoshchevatoye, Gaivoron, Ladyzhinka, Odessa, and other towns
between Odessa and Uman (Ukraine)
GLUZMAN - Krivoye Ozero, Bogopol, Goloskov (Ukraine)
KOSOY - Dobroye and Kherson area, Chigirin and Kiev area (Ukraine)
RABINOVICH - Brusilov, Novi Bug? (Ukraine)

And all of the above in Argentina


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Kamenets Podolsky #ukraine

Martin Davis (com)
 

The embedded Ukraine SIG link to the Kamanets Podolsk records catalogue,
which I posted yesterday, did not reproduce correctly. A shortened link to
this catalogue is http://tinyurl.com/zsjql67

Martin Davis
London (UK)


Odessa photo #ukraine

kranser@...
 

I have my grandparents' - Yicheel Laybovitch Kranchzav and wife Manya -
passport with the seal of the City of Odessa. The translation says they
belonged to Dachevsky County, City of Kiev. It is dated January 2, 1906. At
the time, they had two children, the oldest being 2-1/2. They arrived in
the U.S. on August 16, 1906 with three children.

I also have a photo of just the couple, labelled with what I believe to be
the name and address of the photo studio in Odessa. There is no date but my
assumption is that this was around the time of their marriage in about 1902.
Why else would a couple take a photo in those days?

Is there enough information here to enable me to dig deeper into their
hometowns, place and date of marriage and the full names of their parents?

Leonard Kranser
Dana Point, California


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Odessa photo #ukraine

kranser@...
 

I have my grandparents' - Yicheel Laybovitch Kranchzav and wife Manya -
passport with the seal of the City of Odessa. The translation says they
belonged to Dachevsky County, City of Kiev. It is dated January 2, 1906. At
the time, they had two children, the oldest being 2-1/2. They arrived in
the U.S. on August 16, 1906 with three children.

I also have a photo of just the couple, labelled with what I believe to be
the name and address of the photo studio in Odessa. There is no date but my
assumption is that this was around the time of their marriage in about 1902.
Why else would a couple take a photo in those days?

Is there enough information here to enable me to dig deeper into their
hometowns, place and date of marriage and the full names of their parents?

Leonard Kranser
Dana Point, California


JewishGen Passover Companion #bessarabia

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear JewishGenners,

The first Passover celebration in history took place more than 3,300
years ago, marking the first anniversary of the rescue and redemption
of the Jewish people >from Egypt. Since that time, this holiday,
particularly the Seder ritual, has become a mainstay of the Jewish
people, and something that brings families together in unique ways.

At its core, the Seder stresses the importance of family, and helps
preserve Jewish history for future generations - which is what
JewishGen is dedicated to doing each and every day.

With this in mind, we are pleased to share our "JewishGen Passover
Companion," which is a collection of historical and inspirational
vignettes about Passover that are contained throughout JewishGen.

We hope that anyone reading this material will gain a better, deeper
and more personal understanding of the lives our ancestors lived,
which will, in turn, help us ensure that our own children,
grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, will likewise feel connected
and inspired by the great history of their ancestors - the entirety
of the Jewish people.

There are two ways to read the JewishGen Passover Companion. You
can download it as a PDF by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/PassoverCompanion2016.pdf
[http://tinyurl.com/zsvpu6j]

Or, it can be read online by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/passover2016.html
[http://tinyurl.com/gsj6wox]

Wishing all a happy Passover, and a Chag Kosher V'Sameach.

The JewishGen Team


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia JewishGen Passover Companion #bessarabia

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear JewishGenners,

The first Passover celebration in history took place more than 3,300
years ago, marking the first anniversary of the rescue and redemption
of the Jewish people >from Egypt. Since that time, this holiday,
particularly the Seder ritual, has become a mainstay of the Jewish
people, and something that brings families together in unique ways.

At its core, the Seder stresses the importance of family, and helps
preserve Jewish history for future generations - which is what
JewishGen is dedicated to doing each and every day.

With this in mind, we are pleased to share our "JewishGen Passover
Companion," which is a collection of historical and inspirational
vignettes about Passover that are contained throughout JewishGen.

We hope that anyone reading this material will gain a better, deeper
and more personal understanding of the lives our ancestors lived,
which will, in turn, help us ensure that our own children,
grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, will likewise feel connected
and inspired by the great history of their ancestors - the entirety
of the Jewish people.

There are two ways to read the JewishGen Passover Companion. You
can download it as a PDF by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/PassoverCompanion2016.pdf
[http://tinyurl.com/zsvpu6j]

Or, it can be read online by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/passover2016.html
[http://tinyurl.com/gsj6wox]

Wishing all a happy Passover, and a Chag Kosher V'Sameach.

The JewishGen Team


Last few days to take advantage of early registration at the IAJGS conference in Seattle #yiddish

bounce-3132362-772983@...
 

The Co-Chairs of the 36th Annual IAJGS Conference wish all of you a
happy Passover. Whether you are spending the seders with family or
friends who are just like family, reminiscing about seders of the past
will probably be heard around your seder table.

But, what do you do with those stories, and how do you get them stored
or filed? How do you fit the disconnected pieces of your tree together?
And speaking of which, what about all those brick walls?

Now is the time to take advantage of early pricing to attend the
conference that can help you with all those issues and more. The annual
IAJGS conference is the largest annual genealogy conference that focuses
on uniquely Jewish research and brick walls while at the same time
helping attendees to learn and master best practices of genealogical
research, recording and reporting.

This year, we offer 230+ conference sessions, evening entertainment, a
film festival, and more, all in beautiful Seattle. Join us 7-12 August
2016. If you can't join us, consider registering for our LIVE! streaming
of over 50 sessions, and the audio recordings of almost all our sessions.

Please take this opportunity to visit our website
(http://www.iajgs2016.org/ )and register before April 30 at 11:59 PM
Pacific Daylight Time, when the early pricing disappears! You'll still
be able to register after that, but the price goes up!

Looking forward to seeing you in Seattle

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman

Conference Co-Chairs


JewishGen Passover Companion #yiddish

bounce-3134030-772983@...
 

Dear JewishGenners,

The first Passover celebration in history took place more than 3,300
years ago, marking the first anniversary of the rescue and redemption
of the Jewish people >from Egypt. Since that time, this holiday,
particularly the Seder ritual, has become a mainstay of the Jewish
people, and something that brings families together in unique ways.

At its core, the Seder stresses the importance of family, and helps
preserve Jewish history for future generations - which is what
JewishGen is dedicated to doing each and every day.

With this in mind, we are pleased to share our "JewishGen Passover
Companion," which is a collection of historical and inspirational
vignettes about Passover that are contained throughout JewishGen.

We hope that anyone reading this material will gain a better, deeper
and more personal understanding of the lives our ancestors lived,
which will, in turn, help us ensure that our own children,
grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, will likewise feel connected
and inspired by the great history of their ancestors - the entirety
of the Jewish people.

There are two ways to read the JewishGen Passover Companion. You
can download it as a PDF by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/PassoverCompanion2016.pdf
[http://tinyurl.com/zsvpu6j]

Or, it can be read online by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/passover2016.html
[http://tinyurl.com/gsj6wox]

Wishing all a happy Passover, and a Chag Kosher V'Sameach.

The JewishGen Team


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Last few days to take advantage of early registration at the IAJGS conference in Seattle #yiddish

bounce-3132362-772983@...
 

The Co-Chairs of the 36th Annual IAJGS Conference wish all of you a
happy Passover. Whether you are spending the seders with family or
friends who are just like family, reminiscing about seders of the past
will probably be heard around your seder table.

But, what do you do with those stories, and how do you get them stored
or filed? How do you fit the disconnected pieces of your tree together?
And speaking of which, what about all those brick walls?

Now is the time to take advantage of early pricing to attend the
conference that can help you with all those issues and more. The annual
IAJGS conference is the largest annual genealogy conference that focuses
on uniquely Jewish research and brick walls while at the same time
helping attendees to learn and master best practices of genealogical
research, recording and reporting.

This year, we offer 230+ conference sessions, evening entertainment, a
film festival, and more, all in beautiful Seattle. Join us 7-12 August
2016. If you can't join us, consider registering for our LIVE! streaming
of over 50 sessions, and the audio recordings of almost all our sessions.

Please take this opportunity to visit our website
(http://www.iajgs2016.org/ )and register before April 30 at 11:59 PM
Pacific Daylight Time, when the early pricing disappears! You'll still
be able to register after that, but the price goes up!

Looking forward to seeing you in Seattle

Janette Silverman
Chuck Weinstein
Phyllis Grossman

Conference Co-Chairs


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre JewishGen Passover Companion #yiddish

bounce-3134030-772983@...
 

Dear JewishGenners,

The first Passover celebration in history took place more than 3,300
years ago, marking the first anniversary of the rescue and redemption
of the Jewish people >from Egypt. Since that time, this holiday,
particularly the Seder ritual, has become a mainstay of the Jewish
people, and something that brings families together in unique ways.

At its core, the Seder stresses the importance of family, and helps
preserve Jewish history for future generations - which is what
JewishGen is dedicated to doing each and every day.

With this in mind, we are pleased to share our "JewishGen Passover
Companion," which is a collection of historical and inspirational
vignettes about Passover that are contained throughout JewishGen.

We hope that anyone reading this material will gain a better, deeper
and more personal understanding of the lives our ancestors lived,
which will, in turn, help us ensure that our own children,
grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, will likewise feel connected
and inspired by the great history of their ancestors - the entirety
of the Jewish people.

There are two ways to read the JewishGen Passover Companion. You
can download it as a PDF by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/PassoverCompanion2016.pdf
[http://tinyurl.com/zsvpu6j]

Or, it can be read online by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/passover2016.html
[http://tinyurl.com/gsj6wox]

Wishing all a happy Passover, and a Chag Kosher V'Sameach.

The JewishGen Team


JewishGen Passover Companion #general

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear JewishGenners,

The first Passover celebration in history took place more than 3,300
years ago, marking the first anniversary of the rescue and redemption
of the Jewish people >from Egypt. Since that time, this holiday,
particularly the Seder ritual, has become a mainstay of the Jewish
people, and something that brings families together in unique ways.

At its core, the Seder stresses the importance of family, and helps
preserve Jewish history for future generations - which is what
JewishGen is dedicated to doing each and every day.

With this in mind, we are pleased to share our "JewishGen Passover
Companion," which is a collection of historical and inspirational
vignettes about Passover that are contained throughout JewishGen.

We hope that anyone reading this material will gain a better, deeper
and more personal understanding of the lives our ancestors lived,
which will, in turn, help us ensure that our own children,
grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, will likewise feel connected
and inspired by the great history of their ancestors - the entirety
of the Jewish people.

There are two ways to read the JewishGen Passover Companion. You
can download it as a PDF by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/PassoverCompanion2016.pdf
[http://tinyurl.com/zsvpu6j]

Or, it can be read online by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/passover2016.html
[http://tinyurl.com/gsj6wox]

Wishing all a happy Passover, and a Chag Kosher V'Sameach.

The JewishGen Team


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JewishGen Passover Companion #general

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear JewishGenners,

The first Passover celebration in history took place more than 3,300
years ago, marking the first anniversary of the rescue and redemption
of the Jewish people >from Egypt. Since that time, this holiday,
particularly the Seder ritual, has become a mainstay of the Jewish
people, and something that brings families together in unique ways.

At its core, the Seder stresses the importance of family, and helps
preserve Jewish history for future generations - which is what
JewishGen is dedicated to doing each and every day.

With this in mind, we are pleased to share our "JewishGen Passover
Companion," which is a collection of historical and inspirational
vignettes about Passover that are contained throughout JewishGen.

We hope that anyone reading this material will gain a better, deeper
and more personal understanding of the lives our ancestors lived,
which will, in turn, help us ensure that our own children,
grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, will likewise feel connected
and inspired by the great history of their ancestors - the entirety
of the Jewish people.

There are two ways to read the JewishGen Passover Companion. You
can download it as a PDF by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/PassoverCompanion2016.pdf
[http://tinyurl.com/zsvpu6j]

Or, it can be read online by visiting:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/passovercompanion2016/passover2016.html
[http://tinyurl.com/gsj6wox]

Wishing all a happy Passover, and a Chag Kosher V'Sameach.

The JewishGen Team


This week's Yizkor book spotlight on the JewishGen Facebook page #general

Bruce Drake <BDrake@...>
 

The Yizkor book excerpt for this week is >from the shtetl of tepan, which had
been part of Poland and is now in northwest Ukraine, just south of the border
of Belarus. It is an account by Yonah Rassis, who had been imprisoned
in a forced labor camp in Kostopol shortly before the annihilation of the
community in 1942, and who, along with hundreds of others, decided to escape.
You can find it here: http://bit.ly/1WKnJ57

Bruce Drake


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen This week's Yizkor book spotlight on the JewishGen Facebook page #general

Bruce Drake <BDrake@...>
 

The Yizkor book excerpt for this week is >from the shtetl of tepan, which had
been part of Poland and is now in northwest Ukraine, just south of the border
of Belarus. It is an account by Yonah Rassis, who had been imprisoned
in a forced labor camp in Kostopol shortly before the annihilation of the
community in 1942, and who, along with hundreds of others, decided to escape.
You can find it here: http://bit.ly/1WKnJ57

Bruce Drake

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