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LINDENBAUM in Huckarde and Mengede #germany

Mike Redel <redel.mike@...>
 

Dear gersigs,

I am searching for informations about Leser LINDENBAUM. He was butcher
and Handelsmann. Leser must be born in 1832 and dies around September
1916. The stone is nearly unreadeble. His parents are Jacob Cosman
LINDENBAUM and Johanna (Hannchen) SPEIER.

Leser married 2 times. 1869 Hannchen LOEWENSTEIN and 1873 Julie
LOEWENSTEIN (mabe sisters)

Has anyone the birth and death date of Leser, Hannchen Speier and his
first wife Hannchen LOEWENSTEIN?

Regards, Mike Redel - Germany - Unna


Seeking descendants of Abraham Loeb Schwartzburg (1889-1949) #general

Bill Rubin
 

Seeking descendants of Abraham Loeb Schwartzburg (1889-1949).

He is the author of, 'My Holy Shtetl, Seliba and Zolin'.
He lived in Seliba, Belarus and moved to Brooklyn, before 1934.

-Bill Rubin
Arlington, MA
brubin613@gmail.com
Eishishok - SCHRIBER, FINESCHRIBER, SKOLNICK
Lida -KHIGEROVICH/CHIGOROVICH, FURMAN, GORAVICH,
HOROWITZ,SCHRIBER, SKOLNICK, WOLCHUCK, BERNSTEIN
Vasilishki- KOSHINEVSKY/KOSCHETZINEVSKY, CHIGOROVICH, HOROWITZ
Zeludock - KOSHINEVSKY /KOSCHETZINEVSKY,
Seliba, Belarus -RUBINCHIK, NISHNEVITZ, KOOSHUK


German SIG #Germany LINDENBAUM in Huckarde and Mengede #germany

Mike Redel <redel.mike@...>
 

Dear gersigs,

I am searching for informations about Leser LINDENBAUM. He was butcher
and Handelsmann. Leser must be born in 1832 and dies around September
1916. The stone is nearly unreadeble. His parents are Jacob Cosman
LINDENBAUM and Johanna (Hannchen) SPEIER.

Leser married 2 times. 1869 Hannchen LOEWENSTEIN and 1873 Julie
LOEWENSTEIN (mabe sisters)

Has anyone the birth and death date of Leser, Hannchen Speier and his
first wife Hannchen LOEWENSTEIN?

Regards, Mike Redel - Germany - Unna


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking descendants of Abraham Loeb Schwartzburg (1889-1949) #general

Bill Rubin
 

Seeking descendants of Abraham Loeb Schwartzburg (1889-1949).

He is the author of, 'My Holy Shtetl, Seliba and Zolin'.
He lived in Seliba, Belarus and moved to Brooklyn, before 1934.

-Bill Rubin
Arlington, MA
brubin613@gmail.com
Eishishok - SCHRIBER, FINESCHRIBER, SKOLNICK
Lida -KHIGEROVICH/CHIGOROVICH, FURMAN, GORAVICH,
HOROWITZ,SCHRIBER, SKOLNICK, WOLCHUCK, BERNSTEIN
Vasilishki- KOSHINEVSKY/KOSCHETZINEVSKY, CHIGOROVICH, HOROWITZ
Zeludock - KOSHINEVSKY /KOSCHETZINEVSKY,
Seliba, Belarus -RUBINCHIK, NISHNEVITZ, KOOSHUK


Looking for Anita Hasson of Tel Aviv #general

Dana Krug
 

About 10 years ago, JewishGen helped me to find my cousin, Anita Hasson of
Tel Aviv, Israel. Over the past year, we have been trying to get back in
touch with her to no avail. Anita used to read the emails >from JewishGen, so
we hoping that she or someone she knows reads this and lets her know that we
are trying to reach her. Some of our family is visiting Israel shortly and
would like to meet her. Anita, please contact me privately.

Thanks,
Dana Krug
Princeton Jct., NJ USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for Anita Hasson of Tel Aviv #general

Dana Krug
 

About 10 years ago, JewishGen helped me to find my cousin, Anita Hasson of
Tel Aviv, Israel. Over the past year, we have been trying to get back in
touch with her to no avail. Anita used to read the emails >from JewishGen, so
we hoping that she or someone she knows reads this and lets her know that we
are trying to reach her. Some of our family is visiting Israel shortly and
would like to meet her. Anita, please contact me privately.

Thanks,
Dana Krug
Princeton Jct., NJ USA


Russian and Polish translations on Viewmate #general

Mitchell Sklar <mitchsklar@...>
 

Hello!

I am looking for help with translations with two vital records on ViewMate.
Please reply privately or on the ViewMate response form.
Thanks in advance for your help!

Polish to English translation
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/responselist.asp?key=63134
1836 birth record >from Lomazy, Poland for Moszko Ela ERLICH

I am interested in as much genealogical information as possible --names, dates,
ages, occupations, places, all family members

Russian to English translation
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/responselist.asp?key=63135
1879 death record >from Lomazy, Poland for Moszko Elio ERLICH I am interested in as
much genealogical information as possible --names, dates, ages, occupations,
places, all family members (wife, parents, children)

Mitch Sklar


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Russian and Polish translations on Viewmate #general

Mitchell Sklar <mitchsklar@...>
 

Hello!

I am looking for help with translations with two vital records on ViewMate.
Please reply privately or on the ViewMate response form.
Thanks in advance for your help!

Polish to English translation
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/responselist.asp?key=63134
1836 birth record >from Lomazy, Poland for Moszko Ela ERLICH

I am interested in as much genealogical information as possible --names, dates,
ages, occupations, places, all family members

Russian to English translation
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/responselist.asp?key=63135
1879 death record >from Lomazy, Poland for Moszko Elio ERLICH I am interested in as
much genealogical information as possible --names, dates, ages, occupations,
places, all family members (wife, parents, children)

Mitch Sklar


The December issue of the "Galitzianer" #austria-czech

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to release the December 2017 issue of the
"Galitzianer," a special issue on many Jewish ties to Krakow
throughout its history.

The featured topics in the current issue are:

-- >from the Editor's Desk by Andrew Zalewski
-- Research Corner by Tony Kahane
-- Jagiellonian Records: Jewish Medical Students by Andrew Zalewski
-- Conflicted Life of Ludwik Gumplowicz by Zdzislaw Mach
-- Man of Boundless Energy: Jozef Oettinger by Ryszard Gryglewski
-- Progressive Preachers by Alicja Maciejewska
-- Map Corner: The 1856 Map of Krakow by Jay Osborn
-- Simcha Dinter: Between Krakow and New York by Rivka Schiller
-- Jewish Resistance During WWII by Jakub Nowakowski
-- Candlestick Brought Home by Ann Harris

We hope you will enjoy the new issue of the journal.
The "Galitzianer" is a membership benefit of Gesher Galicia.


Andrew Zalewski
Editor, the Galitzianer
The Quarterly Research Journal of Gesher Galicia

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Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech The December issue of the "Galitzianer" #austria-czech

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to release the December 2017 issue of the
"Galitzianer," a special issue on many Jewish ties to Krakow
throughout its history.

The featured topics in the current issue are:

-- >from the Editor's Desk by Andrew Zalewski
-- Research Corner by Tony Kahane
-- Jagiellonian Records: Jewish Medical Students by Andrew Zalewski
-- Conflicted Life of Ludwik Gumplowicz by Zdzislaw Mach
-- Man of Boundless Energy: Jozef Oettinger by Ryszard Gryglewski
-- Progressive Preachers by Alicja Maciejewska
-- Map Corner: The 1856 Map of Krakow by Jay Osborn
-- Simcha Dinter: Between Krakow and New York by Rivka Schiller
-- Jewish Resistance During WWII by Jakub Nowakowski
-- Candlestick Brought Home by Ann Harris

We hope you will enjoy the new issue of the journal.
The "Galitzianer" is a membership benefit of Gesher Galicia.


Andrew Zalewski
Editor, the Galitzianer
The Quarterly Research Journal of Gesher Galicia

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PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS.
Send all inquiries to info@geshergalicia.org
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New York Rabinowitz actuary #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to reconnect with Aryey Mordecai Rabinowitz and family,
descendants of the Yehudi HaKodesh (paternal side) and the Landau
Dynasty of Ciechanow (on the maternal side). We were in touch in 1993.

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic New York Rabinowitz actuary #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to reconnect with Aryey Mordecai Rabinowitz and family,
descendants of the Yehudi HaKodesh (paternal side) and the Landau
Dynasty of Ciechanow (on the maternal side). We were in touch in 1993.

--
Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


The Jewish Music of Maramaros #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

Check out this YouTube film with Muzsikas, the marvelous Hungarian group whose CD revived interest in the music of the Maramaros Jews. Roma musicians like those in this film helped to preserve the music of their Jewish neighbors. Parts of this video were filmed in what was once Farkasrev, Maramaros, now Vadu Izei, Ukraine. Contact me off-list if Lyris mangled the URL.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8Eijcjyz_Y&feature=youtu.be

Vivian Kahn


PREZANTI family in Chernigov in the Ukraine in 1873 #ukraine

gamco@...
 

Dear all,

I am only slowly finding my way round this system, and now realise that I
should probably have better posted the message below on this Ukraine SIG,
although one respondent has already indicated some possible links with
Poland.

My interest is that my son-in-law's, great-grandfather, Alexander
Nikolaevich PREZANTI (1873-1936) (which means that his father's name was
presumably 'Nicholas' or 'Nicola'), who was reputedly born in June 1873 in
'Chernigov' (now called Chernihiv) (north of Kiev on the river Desna),
which is a town in present-day Ukraine, that in 1873 had quite a substantial
Jewish population.

The following variants in the surname PREZANTI are found in the Ukraine, but
not in Chernigov: PRIZANT, PRYZANT, PRISAND, PRESAMD and PRESANT on
<www.jewishgen.org>, of Jewish surnames. Alexander Nikolaevich PREZANTI was
meant to be of Italian ancestry, reputedly >from northern Italy.

I am looking for people, who speak either English, French or Portuguese, who
know more about the families in Chernigov region, and/or have focused more
on Italian Jewish families coming >from Italy to that part of the Ukraine in
the 19th century. Please send me private responses.

Yours sincerely

Vincent Tickner
Britain


Hungary SIG #Hungary The Jewish Music of Maramaros #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

Check out this YouTube film with Muzsikas, the marvelous Hungarian group whose CD revived interest in the music of the Maramaros Jews. Roma musicians like those in this film helped to preserve the music of their Jewish neighbors. Parts of this video were filmed in what was once Farkasrev, Maramaros, now Vadu Izei, Ukraine. Contact me off-list if Lyris mangled the URL.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8Eijcjyz_Y&feature=youtu.be

Vivian Kahn


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine PREZANTI family in Chernigov in the Ukraine in 1873 #ukraine

gamco@...
 

Dear all,

I am only slowly finding my way round this system, and now realise that I
should probably have better posted the message below on this Ukraine SIG,
although one respondent has already indicated some possible links with
Poland.

My interest is that my son-in-law's, great-grandfather, Alexander
Nikolaevich PREZANTI (1873-1936) (which means that his father's name was
presumably 'Nicholas' or 'Nicola'), who was reputedly born in June 1873 in
'Chernigov' (now called Chernihiv) (north of Kiev on the river Desna),
which is a town in present-day Ukraine, that in 1873 had quite a substantial
Jewish population.

The following variants in the surname PREZANTI are found in the Ukraine, but
not in Chernigov: PRIZANT, PRYZANT, PRISAND, PRESAMD and PRESANT on
<www.jewishgen.org>, of Jewish surnames. Alexander Nikolaevich PREZANTI was
meant to be of Italian ancestry, reputedly >from northern Italy.

I am looking for people, who speak either English, French or Portuguese, who
know more about the families in Chernigov region, and/or have focused more
on Italian Jewish families coming >from Italy to that part of the Ukraine in
the 19th century. Please send me private responses.

Yours sincerely

Vincent Tickner
Britain


Re: : Inclusion of Stillbirths & Adopted Infants in NYC Birth Index? #general

Ira Leviton
 

Dear Cousins,

Deborah Dworski asked a multi-part question that's too complicated for me to
paraphrase, so I copied it below. I'm answering only the parts that I can, and
trying not to speculate.

If a baby was listed in the birth index, then it wasn't a stillborn. In New York
City, stillborns have been listed in the death index since the late 1930's (I'm
going >from memory, so I can't be more precise for the year), and only in a separate
section that follows the indices for the five boroughs. If the baby lived, and
even took only one breath, then both a birth certificate and a death certificate
were issued, with the death listed in the regular death index for that borough
until they went to a citywide listing.

If the baby was adopted, then things can get complicated. Nobody was removed >from
the birth indices, but names could be changed. The name recorded in the index
should be the same as on the birth certificate. So an adoption at birth or very
shortly afterward should get recorded with the name that the adoptive parents gave
the baby. The birth certificate could also be reissued if the name was changed,
say several weeks or months later, with the original version kept under seal
according to state law. In that case, the original name could disappear >from the
index, but the adoptive name would then appear. But an adoption that occurred
well after the birth, say the following year, after the index had been printed,
might result in a name appearing in the index but no birth certificate with that
name.

There are many babies that are named just "boy" or "girl," because the baby wasn't
named by the time the birth certificate was completed. In this case, it sounds
like Deborah is keeping an open mind that it could have been because the baby was
adopted so the biological parents didn't name it, or it died before being named.
For the latter, she should look at stillbirths at the end of the death index for
1957.

Regards,

Ira
Ira Leviton

Deborah Dworski wrote:
Online access to the 1957 NYC birth index has yielded the discovery of a surprise
baby who clearly belongs on my family tree due to the unusual surname. She is only
listed as "baby girl." Pondering possible explanations of this finding has led to
more general questions about the database...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: : Inclusion of Stillbirths & Adopted Infants in NYC Birth Index? #general

Ira Leviton
 

Dear Cousins,

Deborah Dworski asked a multi-part question that's too complicated for me to
paraphrase, so I copied it below. I'm answering only the parts that I can, and
trying not to speculate.

If a baby was listed in the birth index, then it wasn't a stillborn. In New York
City, stillborns have been listed in the death index since the late 1930's (I'm
going >from memory, so I can't be more precise for the year), and only in a separate
section that follows the indices for the five boroughs. If the baby lived, and
even took only one breath, then both a birth certificate and a death certificate
were issued, with the death listed in the regular death index for that borough
until they went to a citywide listing.

If the baby was adopted, then things can get complicated. Nobody was removed >from
the birth indices, but names could be changed. The name recorded in the index
should be the same as on the birth certificate. So an adoption at birth or very
shortly afterward should get recorded with the name that the adoptive parents gave
the baby. The birth certificate could also be reissued if the name was changed,
say several weeks or months later, with the original version kept under seal
according to state law. In that case, the original name could disappear >from the
index, but the adoptive name would then appear. But an adoption that occurred
well after the birth, say the following year, after the index had been printed,
might result in a name appearing in the index but no birth certificate with that
name.

There are many babies that are named just "boy" or "girl," because the baby wasn't
named by the time the birth certificate was completed. In this case, it sounds
like Deborah is keeping an open mind that it could have been because the baby was
adopted so the biological parents didn't name it, or it died before being named.
For the latter, she should look at stillbirths at the end of the death index for
1957.

Regards,

Ira
Ira Leviton

Deborah Dworski wrote:
Online access to the 1957 NYC birth index has yielded the discovery of a surprise
baby who clearly belongs on my family tree due to the unusual surname. She is only
listed as "baby girl." Pondering possible explanations of this finding has led to
more general questions about the database...


Jewish Families From Aden in Port Said #unitedkingdom

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Dear Genners,

I am writing an article about the Jewish community in Port Said which
shortlived there between 1859-1956.

75% of its members were Jews >from Aden. All of them held British
nationality and most of them moved through the years to the UK and further
(USA, Australia).

If you know of such families I would like to have their surnames.

Please respond privately.

Jacob Rosen-Koenigsbuch
Jerusalem


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Jewish Families From Aden in Port Said #unitedkingdom

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Dear Genners,

I am writing an article about the Jewish community in Port Said which
shortlived there between 1859-1956.

75% of its members were Jews >from Aden. All of them held British
nationality and most of them moved through the years to the UK and further
(USA, Australia).

If you know of such families I would like to have their surnames.

Please respond privately.

Jacob Rosen-Koenigsbuch
Jerusalem

49481 - 49500 of 661856