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INTRO - researching Romann family from Trautenau, Bohemia, and Bielschowsky family from Breslau and Oels, Schlesien. #germany

Cyril BIELSCHOWSKY <cyril.bielschowsky@...>
 

Hello GerSIG,

I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for a few
months, I am a beginner in doing German Jewish Genealogy research.
I live in France. My native language is French and I also know some
English and a very little of German.

There is a Stammbaum about the BIELSCHOWSKY family on the net and it's
quite complete (http://www.bielschowsky.nl/). It begins with Alexander
BIELSCHOWSKY , born in 1740 in Ponischowitz (Kreis Tost), Upper Silesia.
His descendants established in Breslau, Oels or Naumslau.

My primary research goals now are to find out :
- if it's possible to find elements before 1740 for the BIELSCHOWSKY
family.
- more about the ROMANN family : my great-grand-father Karl BIELSCHOWSKY
from Oels married a Rosa ROMANN (1872-1912), daughter of Louis ROMANN
(1832-1921), >from Trautenau (now Trutnov) and would like to find what
were the connections between Oscar (1871-1919, married to Ella Gl=FCck),
Gertrud, Hugo (deceased in WW1), Friedrich (1900-1969?), all Romann.

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 723415.

The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF
(JewishGen Family Finder) are :
BIELSCHOWSKY >from Olesnica (Lower Silesia), Poland (Oels) ;
BIELSCHOWSKY >from Wroclaw, Poland (Breslau) ;
ROMANN >from Trutnov, Czech Republic (Trautenau).

Cyril Bielschowsky in France cyril.bielschowsky@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany INTRO - researching Romann family from Trautenau, Bohemia, and Bielschowsky family from Breslau and Oels, Schlesien. #germany

Cyril BIELSCHOWSKY <cyril.bielschowsky@...>
 

Hello GerSIG,

I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for a few
months, I am a beginner in doing German Jewish Genealogy research.
I live in France. My native language is French and I also know some
English and a very little of German.

There is a Stammbaum about the BIELSCHOWSKY family on the net and it's
quite complete (http://www.bielschowsky.nl/). It begins with Alexander
BIELSCHOWSKY , born in 1740 in Ponischowitz (Kreis Tost), Upper Silesia.
His descendants established in Breslau, Oels or Naumslau.

My primary research goals now are to find out :
- if it's possible to find elements before 1740 for the BIELSCHOWSKY
family.
- more about the ROMANN family : my great-grand-father Karl BIELSCHOWSKY
from Oels married a Rosa ROMANN (1872-1912), daughter of Louis ROMANN
(1832-1921), >from Trautenau (now Trutnov) and would like to find what
were the connections between Oscar (1871-1919, married to Ella Gl=FCck),
Gertrud, Hugo (deceased in WW1), Friedrich (1900-1969?), all Romann.

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 723415.

The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF
(JewishGen Family Finder) are :
BIELSCHOWSKY >from Olesnica (Lower Silesia), Poland (Oels) ;
BIELSCHOWSKY >from Wroclaw, Poland (Breslau) ;
ROMANN >from Trutnov, Czech Republic (Trautenau).

Cyril Bielschowsky in France cyril.bielschowsky@gmail.com


A significant roadblock in my research about the GOTTLIEB family #galicia

דוד נ.א.
 

Hello

I want to share a significant roadblock in my research about the
Gottlieb family. It is that the result of all my searching up to now
is -- zero. Nothing. Nothing like this happened to me with the other
families I have researched. Perhaps some of you have ideas not
thought of.

I am looking for information about parents of Hinda-Basha SINGER
nee GOTTLIEB, born about 1890.

Father: Isaiah. Born sometime before 1872 and died around 1910.
Was a rabbi in Zlotniki (Ternopol, Galicia). Probably also lived in
Stretin (Rohatyn, Galicia). Died either in Stretin or Bukachevtsy
(Rohatyn, Galicia). The funeral was for sure in Bukachevtsy.

Mother: Esther Malka (nee LANGNER - not sure). Born sometime before
1875 and died sometime after 1905. Her eldest son was born in 1905 in
Bukachevtsy and was killed there in 1942.

This is what I know.

Beginning of the end -- I got (for a donation of $100 to JRI) records
of Bukachevtsy. There is a marriage of 1900-1908. I could not find
there the wedding of Hinda-Basha. I found her children's birth records.
They don't say the names of Hinda-Basha's parents' names or any
information about them, but they say that Hinda-Basha was >from
Stretin.

I looked for the birth of Hinda-Basha in Stretin. JRI is missing most
births between 1881-1898.

I looked for the birth / marriage / death certificates or other records of
family members in Zlotniki. Mark Halperin says that all the documents
of Zlotniki did not survive.

I looked for the birth or marriage of Esther Malka LANGNER on JRI and
in the All Galicia Database. I found nothing. I can not search for a
specific archive because I have no idea about the town and the year.

I looked for the death of Esther Malka LANGNER. She may have died
less than 100 years ago, so the record may be in the USC in Warsaw, in
a book of any town (maybe Bukachevtsy?). In any case, they will not
search without a specific Year of Death.

I looked on JRI and in the AGD for the birth or marriage of Isaiah
GOTTLIEB. I found nothing. Again, I can not search for a specific archive
because I have no idea about the town and the year.

I looked for the death of Isaiah GOTTLIEB in the USC office in Warsaw
(between 1909-1911). They searched the books of Rohatyn (including
Stretin), Burstein and Bukachevtsy. It's strange, but they did not find
anything.

I looked for general information in Rohatyn's memory book, on JRI and
on Gesher Galicia -- anything useful.

I found in Ternopol the birth in 1898 of Hinde Bassie, daughter of
Benzion GOTTLIEB and Tille SASS. I thought she might be a cousin of
"our" Hinda-Basha, but she was probably named for Tille's mother, not
for someone on the GOTTLIEB side.

I found in Trembowla the birth of another possible cousin: Basia
Hynda, born 1898 to Benjamin BASEN and Szeindel, daughter of Josia
and Basi GOTTLIEB.

It is rumored that Esther Malka was related to the famous LANGNER
family -- rebbes >from Stretin. I checked their family tree to find a
possible relationship -- nothing.

I hope not burdened amount of information. I did not want to bother
proposals already checked.

Before I give up, I try to ask for your help. Does anyone have an idea?

Thank you in advance for any reference.

David Nesher
Israel

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send comments privately unless they might
be helpful to other readers.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia A significant roadblock in my research about the GOTTLIEB family #galicia

דוד נ.א.
 

Hello

I want to share a significant roadblock in my research about the
Gottlieb family. It is that the result of all my searching up to now
is -- zero. Nothing. Nothing like this happened to me with the other
families I have researched. Perhaps some of you have ideas not
thought of.

I am looking for information about parents of Hinda-Basha SINGER
nee GOTTLIEB, born about 1890.

Father: Isaiah. Born sometime before 1872 and died around 1910.
Was a rabbi in Zlotniki (Ternopol, Galicia). Probably also lived in
Stretin (Rohatyn, Galicia). Died either in Stretin or Bukachevtsy
(Rohatyn, Galicia). The funeral was for sure in Bukachevtsy.

Mother: Esther Malka (nee LANGNER - not sure). Born sometime before
1875 and died sometime after 1905. Her eldest son was born in 1905 in
Bukachevtsy and was killed there in 1942.

This is what I know.

Beginning of the end -- I got (for a donation of $100 to JRI) records
of Bukachevtsy. There is a marriage of 1900-1908. I could not find
there the wedding of Hinda-Basha. I found her children's birth records.
They don't say the names of Hinda-Basha's parents' names or any
information about them, but they say that Hinda-Basha was >from
Stretin.

I looked for the birth of Hinda-Basha in Stretin. JRI is missing most
births between 1881-1898.

I looked for the birth / marriage / death certificates or other records of
family members in Zlotniki. Mark Halperin says that all the documents
of Zlotniki did not survive.

I looked for the birth or marriage of Esther Malka LANGNER on JRI and
in the All Galicia Database. I found nothing. I can not search for a
specific archive because I have no idea about the town and the year.

I looked for the death of Esther Malka LANGNER. She may have died
less than 100 years ago, so the record may be in the USC in Warsaw, in
a book of any town (maybe Bukachevtsy?). In any case, they will not
search without a specific Year of Death.

I looked on JRI and in the AGD for the birth or marriage of Isaiah
GOTTLIEB. I found nothing. Again, I can not search for a specific archive
because I have no idea about the town and the year.

I looked for the death of Isaiah GOTTLIEB in the USC office in Warsaw
(between 1909-1911). They searched the books of Rohatyn (including
Stretin), Burstein and Bukachevtsy. It's strange, but they did not find
anything.

I looked for general information in Rohatyn's memory book, on JRI and
on Gesher Galicia -- anything useful.

I found in Ternopol the birth in 1898 of Hinde Bassie, daughter of
Benzion GOTTLIEB and Tille SASS. I thought she might be a cousin of
"our" Hinda-Basha, but she was probably named for Tille's mother, not
for someone on the GOTTLIEB side.

I found in Trembowla the birth of another possible cousin: Basia
Hynda, born 1898 to Benjamin BASEN and Szeindel, daughter of Josia
and Basi GOTTLIEB.

It is rumored that Esther Malka was related to the famous LANGNER
family -- rebbes >from Stretin. I checked their family tree to find a
possible relationship -- nothing.

I hope not burdened amount of information. I did not want to bother
proposals already checked.

Before I give up, I try to ask for your help. Does anyone have an idea?

Thank you in advance for any reference.

David Nesher
Israel

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send comments privately unless they might
be helpful to other readers.


Name of Ester #galicia

Ruth Kornbluth <rfenko@...>
 

Would the names Hadasah and Hudesa both be considered Hebrew names for
Ester?

Thanking you in advance....

Ruth Fenichel Kornbluth (20483)
Florida


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Name of Ester #galicia

Ruth Kornbluth <rfenko@...>
 

Would the names Hadasah and Hudesa both be considered Hebrew names for
Ester?

Thanking you in advance....

Ruth Fenichel Kornbluth (20483)
Florida


Unable to find names on NY passenger lists - LOSEFF #general

Walter Rosett
 

I need help finding names on passenger lists. Even the Family History Library
help desk was to no avail. Dora LOSEFF b 1883 in Veliz(h), Russia
stated she arrived on the Caramania (Carmania) >from Bremen on 20 Nov 1905
arriving NY on 13 Dec 1905. She immediately went to Chicago where she had
family.

A presumed relative, Sophie LOSEFF aka POGROFF b 1894 stated that she
arrived in NY on the Germania Dec 1905 under the name Shifra LOSEFF. She is
possibly a sister to Dora.

Saul LOSEFF aka Solomon Solomons LOSEFF, the sister of Sophie stated he
arrived >from Liverpool leaving 11 Dec 1905 and arriving in NY 12 Dec 1905 on
the Carmania as well. Likely he originated in Bremen. All these persons
seemed to have stopped in Liverpool >from Bremen to NY. I presume that the
Carmania and Germania refer to the same ship but possibly not and dates
could be mistaken. There seem to be various records for these ships but I
have not been able to locate anyone with this surname on any of them for
these dates. Obviously I am missing something and need help.

Thanks.

Walter Rosett
Albuquerque NM
wrosett@mindspring.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Please remember to set all surnames in upper case letters.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Unable to find names on NY passenger lists - LOSEFF #general

Walter Rosett
 

I need help finding names on passenger lists. Even the Family History Library
help desk was to no avail. Dora LOSEFF b 1883 in Veliz(h), Russia
stated she arrived on the Caramania (Carmania) >from Bremen on 20 Nov 1905
arriving NY on 13 Dec 1905. She immediately went to Chicago where she had
family.

A presumed relative, Sophie LOSEFF aka POGROFF b 1894 stated that she
arrived in NY on the Germania Dec 1905 under the name Shifra LOSEFF. She is
possibly a sister to Dora.

Saul LOSEFF aka Solomon Solomons LOSEFF, the sister of Sophie stated he
arrived >from Liverpool leaving 11 Dec 1905 and arriving in NY 12 Dec 1905 on
the Carmania as well. Likely he originated in Bremen. All these persons
seemed to have stopped in Liverpool >from Bremen to NY. I presume that the
Carmania and Germania refer to the same ship but possibly not and dates
could be mistaken. There seem to be various records for these ships but I
have not been able to locate anyone with this surname on any of them for
these dates. Obviously I am missing something and need help.

Thanks.

Walter Rosett
Albuquerque NM
wrosett@mindspring.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Please remember to set all surnames in upper case letters.


Death of Louis (Eliezar) SLONIMSKY #general

Barbara <bj1friends@...>
 

I am trying to find more information on the death of my great-uncle, Louis aka
Eliezer SLONIMSKY, born about 1886 in or near Slonim, Poland, now Belarus. He
emigrated to the US on April 6, 1902 and died on June 5, 1916. His New York
City death certificate says the cause of death was "between two cars." He was
buried in Washington Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY on June 6, 1916.

Given this early date, one would think that there would be a newspaper account
of his death somewhere. He is said to have worked on trolleys, so it is
possible that the two cars were trolley cars. I have checked the NY Times and
some other papers including the Forward (though I can't read Yiddish) without
luck so far.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Death of Louis (Eliezar) SLONIMSKY #general

Barbara <bj1friends@...>
 

I am trying to find more information on the death of my great-uncle, Louis aka
Eliezer SLONIMSKY, born about 1886 in or near Slonim, Poland, now Belarus. He
emigrated to the US on April 6, 1902 and died on June 5, 1916. His New York
City death certificate says the cause of death was "between two cars." He was
buried in Washington Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY on June 6, 1916.

Given this early date, one would think that there would be a newspaper account
of his death somewhere. He is said to have worked on trolleys, so it is
possible that the two cars were trolley cars. I have checked the NY Times and
some other papers including the Forward (though I can't read Yiddish) without
luck so far.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC


Re: Biala Podlaska #general

Alexander Sharon
 

Stephen Ankier wrote:

We had relatives in Biala Podlaska before the holocaust and are now trying
to work out who might have lived at which address so as to make family
connections with interested scattered family descendants. Can anyone please
suggest where information about residents who lived at specific addresses in
Biala Podlaska before 1939 might be located?
Stephen,

If your relatives names appears as business owners in Poland Business
Directories such as in 1929 edition:

http://data.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/1929/loadtop.htm?0497
cont'd on
http://data.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/1929/loadtop.htm?0498
cont'd on
http://data.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/1929/loadtop.htm?0499

in listing for Biala Podlaska shows business street addresses but without
the house numbers.

Hope this help

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Biala Podlaska #general

Alexander Sharon
 

Stephen Ankier wrote:

We had relatives in Biala Podlaska before the holocaust and are now trying
to work out who might have lived at which address so as to make family
connections with interested scattered family descendants. Can anyone please
suggest where information about residents who lived at specific addresses in
Biala Podlaska before 1939 might be located?
Stephen,

If your relatives names appears as business owners in Poland Business
Directories such as in 1929 edition:

http://data.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/1929/loadtop.htm?0497
cont'd on
http://data.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/1929/loadtop.htm?0498
cont'd on
http://data.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/1929/loadtop.htm?0499

in listing for Biala Podlaska shows business street addresses but without
the house numbers.

Hope this help

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


Re: Unable to find names on NY passenger lists - LOSEFF #general

Susan&David
 

Take a look at Carmania, arriving NY Dec 11, 1905. The LOSEN family,
Chaje age 50 with 7 children and grandchildren, Destination Chicago.
Shifra, age 11, Daiche, age 26 and Scholem, are family members. The
family was held for the Board of Special Inquiry because some were
hospitalized.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

On 1/1/2017 12:28 PM, Walter Rosett wrosett@mindspring.com wrote:
I need help finding names on passenger lists. Even the Family History
Library help desk was to no avail. Dora LOSEFF b 1883 in Veliz(h),
Russia stated she arrived on the Caramania (Carmania) >from Bremen on
20 Nov 1905 arriving NY on 13 Dec 1905. She immediately went to
Chicago where she had family.

A presumed relative, Sophie LOSEFF aka POGROFF b 1894 stated that she
arrived in NY on the Germania Dec 1905 under the name Shifra LOSEFF.
She is possibly a sister to Dora.

Saul LOSEFF aka Solomon Solomons LOSEFF, the sister of Sophie stated
he arrived >from Liverpool leaving 11 Dec 1905 and arriving in NY 12
Dec 1905 on the Carmania as well. Likely he originated in Bremen. All
these persons seemed to have stopped in Liverpool >from Bremen to NY. I
presume that the Carmania and Germania refer to the same ship but
possibly not and dates could be mistaken. There seem to be various
records for these ships but I have not been able to locate anyone with
this surname on any of them for these dates. Obviously I am missing
something and need help.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Unable to find names on NY passenger lists - LOSEFF #general

Susan&David
 

Take a look at Carmania, arriving NY Dec 11, 1905. The LOSEN family,
Chaje age 50 with 7 children and grandchildren, Destination Chicago.
Shifra, age 11, Daiche, age 26 and Scholem, are family members. The
family was held for the Board of Special Inquiry because some were
hospitalized.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

On 1/1/2017 12:28 PM, Walter Rosett wrosett@mindspring.com wrote:
I need help finding names on passenger lists. Even the Family History
Library help desk was to no avail. Dora LOSEFF b 1883 in Veliz(h),
Russia stated she arrived on the Caramania (Carmania) >from Bremen on
20 Nov 1905 arriving NY on 13 Dec 1905. She immediately went to
Chicago where she had family.

A presumed relative, Sophie LOSEFF aka POGROFF b 1894 stated that she
arrived in NY on the Germania Dec 1905 under the name Shifra LOSEFF.
She is possibly a sister to Dora.

Saul LOSEFF aka Solomon Solomons LOSEFF, the sister of Sophie stated
he arrived >from Liverpool leaving 11 Dec 1905 and arriving in NY 12
Dec 1905 on the Carmania as well. Likely he originated in Bremen. All
these persons seemed to have stopped in Liverpool >from Bremen to NY. I
presume that the Carmania and Germania refer to the same ship but
possibly not and dates could be mistaken. There seem to be various
records for these ships but I have not been able to locate anyone with
this surname on any of them for these dates. Obviously I am missing
something and need help.


6 Reasons Newspapers Should be Part of Your Family History Research Plan (New JGSLI Video Announcement) #general

Nolan Altman
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island (JGSLI), winner of the IAJGS
2015 Outstanding Publication Award for its You Tube Channel, is pleased to
announce its latest video, "6 Reasons Newspapers Should be Part of Your
Family History Research Plan".

Newspapers can be a great way of finding genealogical data as well as
stories to add color to your family history. Many genealogists avoid
newspapers because, well, who wants to sit and read pages and pages of
newspapers hoping you'll stumble on something worthwhile. But with keyword
searching in most digital newspaper collections, finding relevant
information can be quick and rewarding. Here are 6 ways newspapers can help
your family research.

You can access all 25 of our short instructional videos directly >from our
You Tube Channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUV8xttIn93AwJX2_I0AIAg/feed or >from our
website http://jgsli.org/ If you have any comments or recommendations for
other topics, please let me know at past_pres@jgsli.org

Nolan Altman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 6 Reasons Newspapers Should be Part of Your Family History Research Plan (New JGSLI Video Announcement) #general

Nolan Altman
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island (JGSLI), winner of the IAJGS
2015 Outstanding Publication Award for its You Tube Channel, is pleased to
announce its latest video, "6 Reasons Newspapers Should be Part of Your
Family History Research Plan".

Newspapers can be a great way of finding genealogical data as well as
stories to add color to your family history. Many genealogists avoid
newspapers because, well, who wants to sit and read pages and pages of
newspapers hoping you'll stumble on something worthwhile. But with keyword
searching in most digital newspaper collections, finding relevant
information can be quick and rewarding. Here are 6 ways newspapers can help
your family research.

You can access all 25 of our short instructional videos directly >from our
You Tube Channel at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUV8xttIn93AwJX2_I0AIAg/feed or >from our
website http://jgsli.org/ If you have any comments or recommendations for
other topics, please let me know at past_pres@jgsli.org

Nolan Altman


New records on the All Galicia Database #poland

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce the addition of new sets of
Jewish vital records on the All Galicia Database - a database that is
free and available to all. See: http://search.geshergalicia.org

a) Jezierna (Ozerna)
- Jewish Births 1876-1886. Central State Historical Archives of
Ukraine in Lviv (TsDIAL), Fond 701/1/250. (725 records)
This is the first part of the Jezierna records planned for the Vital
Records 2017 project (VR 2017). Still be done, to complete the
Jezierna Jewish records in Ukrainian state archives, are Births
1886-1893, 1898-1922.

b) Stanislawow
- Jewish Marriages 1926. State Archives of Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast
(DAIFO), Fond 631/2/80. (147 records)
This is the first part of the Stanislawow records planned for the VR
2017 project. The birth and marriage records for 1924-1925 have
already been indexed. During the next 18 months, we plan to finish
indexing all the available birth, marriage and death records from
Stanislawow >from the 1920s and 1930s, as well as the 19th century
records, that are held in Ukrainian archives - both at DAIFO and
TsDIAL.

c) Rudki
- Jewish Births 1850-1862. TsDIAL, Fond 701/1/297. (515 records).
The remaining unindexed item for Rudki in the Ukrainian archives is
Deaths 1850-1866, which is part of Gesher Galicia's VR 2017 project.

d) Turka
We have indexed the various parts of Fond 701/1/378 at TsDIAL, thereby
completing all the Turka Jewish vital records held in Ukrainian
archives. This file was added to Fond 701 in recent years and is not
on microfilm. The records are:
- Jewish Deaths 1935. (127 records)
- Jewish Marriages 1916-1917, 1919-1922, 1935 [partial set]. (124 records)
- Jewish Marriages (index book - grooms only) 1916-1917, 1919-1922,
1926 (142 records)

e) Brody
- Jewish live births 1914. TsDIAL, Fond 179/2/296. (107 records)
This is not >from the regular Fond 701 containing Jewish vital and
community records, but >from one of two fonds at TsDIAL with documents
relating to schools.

f) Sanok
- Jewish Births (index book) 1914-1939. Przemysl State Archive, Fond
154, Sygn. Sanok-01. (2,375 records)

g) Dobromil
from the Rzeszow State Archive, Fond 1234:
- Jewish Marriages and marriage banns 1916-1919, 1936, 1939. Sygn.
2-8. (150 records)
- Jewish Family files 1939. Sygn. 9 (22 records). These contains mixed
pieces of information relating to births, marriages and deaths, and to
relationships within families.
All these Dobromil records were originally in loose form, and the
record sets may not all be complete.

Gesher Galicia's Vital Records 2017 project currently contains record
sets >from 22 Galician towns, and more will be added during the coming
year, including at least a couple of further sets >from western
Galician towns. See:
http://www.geshergalicia.org/projects/vital-records-project/

Our Josephine and Franciscan Surveys project for the coming year
(J&F 2017) contains records >from 13 Galician towns. See:
www.geshergalicia.org/projects/josephine-and-franciscan-surveys-project/

For further information, please contact <info@geshergalicia.org>.
Please do not reply to this email.

We wish all our members, supporters and JRI-Poland SIG forum readers a
peaceful New Year.

Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
www.geshergalicia.org

MODERATOR'S NOTE: All Galician researchers should make sure
to search both the JRI-Poland and Gesher Galicia databases.


JRI Poland #Poland New records on the All Galicia Database #poland

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce the addition of new sets of
Jewish vital records on the All Galicia Database - a database that is
free and available to all. See: http://search.geshergalicia.org

a) Jezierna (Ozerna)
- Jewish Births 1876-1886. Central State Historical Archives of
Ukraine in Lviv (TsDIAL), Fond 701/1/250. (725 records)
This is the first part of the Jezierna records planned for the Vital
Records 2017 project (VR 2017). Still be done, to complete the
Jezierna Jewish records in Ukrainian state archives, are Births
1886-1893, 1898-1922.

b) Stanislawow
- Jewish Marriages 1926. State Archives of Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast
(DAIFO), Fond 631/2/80. (147 records)
This is the first part of the Stanislawow records planned for the VR
2017 project. The birth and marriage records for 1924-1925 have
already been indexed. During the next 18 months, we plan to finish
indexing all the available birth, marriage and death records from
Stanislawow >from the 1920s and 1930s, as well as the 19th century
records, that are held in Ukrainian archives - both at DAIFO and
TsDIAL.

c) Rudki
- Jewish Births 1850-1862. TsDIAL, Fond 701/1/297. (515 records).
The remaining unindexed item for Rudki in the Ukrainian archives is
Deaths 1850-1866, which is part of Gesher Galicia's VR 2017 project.

d) Turka
We have indexed the various parts of Fond 701/1/378 at TsDIAL, thereby
completing all the Turka Jewish vital records held in Ukrainian
archives. This file was added to Fond 701 in recent years and is not
on microfilm. The records are:
- Jewish Deaths 1935. (127 records)
- Jewish Marriages 1916-1917, 1919-1922, 1935 [partial set]. (124 records)
- Jewish Marriages (index book - grooms only) 1916-1917, 1919-1922,
1926 (142 records)

e) Brody
- Jewish live births 1914. TsDIAL, Fond 179/2/296. (107 records)
This is not >from the regular Fond 701 containing Jewish vital and
community records, but >from one of two fonds at TsDIAL with documents
relating to schools.

f) Sanok
- Jewish Births (index book) 1914-1939. Przemysl State Archive, Fond
154, Sygn. Sanok-01. (2,375 records)

g) Dobromil
from the Rzeszow State Archive, Fond 1234:
- Jewish Marriages and marriage banns 1916-1919, 1936, 1939. Sygn.
2-8. (150 records)
- Jewish Family files 1939. Sygn. 9 (22 records). These contains mixed
pieces of information relating to births, marriages and deaths, and to
relationships within families.
All these Dobromil records were originally in loose form, and the
record sets may not all be complete.

Gesher Galicia's Vital Records 2017 project currently contains record
sets >from 22 Galician towns, and more will be added during the coming
year, including at least a couple of further sets >from western
Galician towns. See:
http://www.geshergalicia.org/projects/vital-records-project/

Our Josephine and Franciscan Surveys project for the coming year
(J&F 2017) contains records >from 13 Galician towns. See:
www.geshergalicia.org/projects/josephine-and-franciscan-surveys-project/

For further information, please contact <info@geshergalicia.org>.
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Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
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MODERATOR'S NOTE: All Galician researchers should make sure
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Lev family in Stamford Hill #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact or receive family information on Shterna Bracha
Lev, daughter of Mordecai Rokeah of the Belz Dynasty.

--
Neil Rosenstein

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Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Lev family in Stamford Hill #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact or receive family information on Shterna Bracha
Lev, daughter of Mordecai Rokeah of the Belz Dynasty.

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please send contact information privately.

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