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Looking for relatives of Nathan Nuson PRASHKER #general

Terry Ashton
 

I am looking for information on Nathan Nuson PRASHKER, who was born in
Poland around 1862 to Chaskiel Dawid Praszkier and Hendel Praszkier
(nee Tausk). Nathan Nuson Prashker died on November 20th 1925 and is buried
in the Montefiore Cemetery, Springfield Gardens, Queens County, New York.
Apparently his wife was Goldie Prashker.
Nathan's brother, Israel Prashker, was my great grandfather.
I am interested in finding out more about this great great uncle of mine
and finding out who his children, grandchildren etc. may have been.

Many thanks
Ms Terry Ashton
Melbourne
Australia

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for relatives of Nathan Nuson PRASHKER #general

Terry Ashton
 

I am looking for information on Nathan Nuson PRASHKER, who was born in
Poland around 1862 to Chaskiel Dawid Praszkier and Hendel Praszkier
(nee Tausk). Nathan Nuson Prashker died on November 20th 1925 and is buried
in the Montefiore Cemetery, Springfield Gardens, Queens County, New York.
Apparently his wife was Goldie Prashker.
Nathan's brother, Israel Prashker, was my great grandfather.
I am interested in finding out more about this great great uncle of mine
and finding out who his children, grandchildren etc. may have been.

Many thanks
Ms Terry Ashton
Melbourne
Australia

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Re: Marriage Between First Cousins #ukraine

sandy@...
 

I tried, but to no avail. My paternal grandmother's sister married their first cousin and had the same last name,
same side of the family. The three children >from that union have since died, but I tried to get the grandchildren of
that union, at least one is male, to take a dna test to get a purer results of background. But he declined.

On Thu 03/05/18 12:28 PM , "Adam Cherson adam.cherson@gmail.com" ukraine@lyris.jewishgen.org sent:

Wondering if anyone has done dna comparisons between double-cousin
relatives. For instance, supposing I have a third cousin whose parents
are first cousins? How much more gene sharing is there between me and
my third cousin than there would be otherwise? Can I just double the
amount of expected gene-sharing since he is my third cousin in two ways? This
is not just an academic question since the situation can and does come
up with certain frequency in my research. I've posted this to the DNA
board as well. Thanks in advance....

Adam


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: RE:Marriage Between First Cousins #ukraine

sandy@...
 

I tried, but to no avail. My paternal grandmother's sister married their first cousin and had the same last name,
same side of the family. The three children >from that union have since died, but I tried to get the grandchildren of
that union, at least one is male, to take a dna test to get a purer results of background. But he declined.

On Thu 03/05/18 12:28 PM , "Adam Cherson adam.cherson@gmail.com" ukraine@lyris.jewishgen.org sent:

Wondering if anyone has done dna comparisons between double-cousin
relatives. For instance, supposing I have a third cousin whose parents
are first cousins? How much more gene sharing is there between me and
my third cousin than there would be otherwise? Can I just double the
amount of expected gene-sharing since he is my third cousin in two ways? This
is not just an academic question since the situation can and does come
up with certain frequency in my research. I've posted this to the DNA
board as well. Thanks in advance....

Adam


Re: Marriage Between First Cousins #ukraine

Adam Cherson
 

Wondering if anyone has done dna comparisons between double-cousin
relatives. For instance, supposing I have a third cousin whose parents
are first cousins? How much more gene sharing is there between me and my
third cousin than there would be otherwise? Can I just double the amount
of expected gene-sharing since he is my third cousin in two ways? This
is not just an academic question since the situation can and does come
up with certain frequency in my research. I've posted this to the DNA
board as well. Thanks in advance....

Adam


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: Marriage Between First Cousins #ukraine

Adam Cherson
 

Wondering if anyone has done dna comparisons between double-cousin
relatives. For instance, supposing I have a third cousin whose parents
are first cousins? How much more gene sharing is there between me and my
third cousin than there would be otherwise? Can I just double the amount
of expected gene-sharing since he is my third cousin in two ways? This
is not just an academic question since the situation can and does come
up with certain frequency in my research. I've posted this to the DNA
board as well. Thanks in advance....

Adam


Looking for family of Sally Ismar HERLITZ born in Fechenheim ( near Frankfurt) in 1903 #germany

Kathy Miller
 

My ID 546778
Hi All
I am looking for the daughter or other family members of Sally Ismar
HERLITZ born in Fechenheim ( near Frankfurt) in 1903 and died 1992
I believe the daughter is named Hanna CREMER-HERLITZ.
thanking you in anticipation

Kathy Miller, Sydney kathyjmiller@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Looking for family of Sally Ismar HERLITZ born in Fechenheim ( near Frankfurt) in 1903 #germany

Kathy Miller
 

My ID 546778
Hi All
I am looking for the daughter or other family members of Sally Ismar
HERLITZ born in Fechenheim ( near Frankfurt) in 1903 and died 1992
I believe the daughter is named Hanna CREMER-HERLITZ.
thanking you in anticipation

Kathy Miller, Sydney kathyjmiller@gmail.com


Seeking Rabbi Yehuda Leib MARGOLIS - Frankfort an der Oder, Germany: 1755-1770 #germany

Heshel Teitelbaum
 

Dear GerSIGers:

We are looking for civil registration records or Jewish communal
records >from Frankfort an der Oder, [Frankfurt] Germany >from 1755 to 1770.

Can someone tell us if such records exist and, if so, where they
can be accessed?

In particular, we are looking for information on Rabbi Yehuda Leib
MARGOLIS and his children. The family seems to have subsequently
moved to Jozefow in Poland. The one likely child of Yehuda Leib who
interests us most is a daughter who married a certain Yisroel / Israel
ben Yakov Kopel. Thank you

Heshel Teitelbaum Heshel.Teitelbaum@uottawa.ca Ottawa, Canada


German SIG #Germany Seeking Rabbi Yehuda Leib MARGOLIS - Frankfort an der Oder, Germany: 1755-1770 #germany

Heshel Teitelbaum
 

Dear GerSIGers:

We are looking for civil registration records or Jewish communal
records >from Frankfort an der Oder, [Frankfurt] Germany >from 1755 to 1770.

Can someone tell us if such records exist and, if so, where they
can be accessed?

In particular, we are looking for information on Rabbi Yehuda Leib
MARGOLIS and his children. The family seems to have subsequently
moved to Jozefow in Poland. The one likely child of Yehuda Leib who
interests us most is a daughter who married a certain Yisroel / Israel
ben Yakov Kopel. Thank you

Heshel Teitelbaum Heshel.Teitelbaum@uottawa.ca Ottawa, Canada


Re: Are most WEILLs leviyim? #rabbinic

Mordechai Perlman
 

Bezalel Weill of Topolcany, Slovakia <linktree@yahoo.com> asked if Weills
are Leviyim.

My friend Alexander Weill, currently living in Baltimore, USA is not
a Levite. Neither is my friend Binyomin Weill >from Alsace, France.

Rav Nesanel Weil of Karlsruhe, Germany, the Korbon Nesanel, was not
a Levite, as his 7th generation ancestor, Rabbeinu Yaakov bar Yehuda Weill
of Augsberg, Germany was also not a Levite.

Mordechai Perlman; Jerusalem, Israel

-----Original Message-----

From: Bernard Weill <linktree@yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2018 11:44:00 -0400

Often times i am asked if i am related to the Korban Nesanel (a commentary
on the Talmud) and i am quick to answer no because i believe the korban
nesanel was a levi (levite) whereas i am not a levi. I do find it
fascinating that the hebrew letters spelling my surname WEILL are similar to
those of Levi. Are there research tools or resources to determine if
perhaps my ancestors going back several generations were in fact leviyim?


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic RE: Are most WEILLs leviyim? #rabbinic

Mordechai Perlman
 

Bezalel Weill of Topolcany, Slovakia <linktree@yahoo.com> asked if Weills
are Leviyim.

My friend Alexander Weill, currently living in Baltimore, USA is not
a Levite. Neither is my friend Binyomin Weill >from Alsace, France.

Rav Nesanel Weil of Karlsruhe, Germany, the Korbon Nesanel, was not
a Levite, as his 7th generation ancestor, Rabbeinu Yaakov bar Yehuda Weill
of Augsberg, Germany was also not a Levite.

Mordechai Perlman; Jerusalem, Israel

-----Original Message-----

From: Bernard Weill <linktree@yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2018 11:44:00 -0400

Often times i am asked if i am related to the Korban Nesanel (a commentary
on the Talmud) and i am quick to answer no because i believe the korban
nesanel was a levi (levite) whereas i am not a levi. I do find it
fascinating that the hebrew letters spelling my surname WEILL are similar to
those of Levi. Are there research tools or resources to determine if
perhaps my ancestors going back several generations were in fact leviyim?


IGRA Israel hosts Andrew Zalewski #general

Catherine Gordon
 

Please join us for the event hosted by the Israel Genealogical Research
Association (IGRA). The program will feature talk by Andrew Zalewski, a
Gesher Galicia board member and editor of the organization's journal the
"Galitzianer."
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Yigal Yadin St. 41
Modi'in-Maccabim-Reut, Israel.
Time: 19:30 - 21:30 p.m.
Talk: "Galician Portraits: Jews, Gentiles, and Emperors"
Let's discover the largest Jewish community in Austro-Hungary, learn
stories about personal perseverance, and explore unique records. This will
be an opportunity to share your interest in Jewish genealogy of Galicia. We
look forward to meeting many Gesher Galicia members and non-members who are
planning to attend this event. Questions about the event can be directed to
igramodiin@gmail.com. Please pre-register by sending an email with your
details.
The event is open to the public: members and non-members are welcome.
IGRA members free. Non-members 20 shekels.
Don't forget to bring a friend!
Catherine Gordon
IGRA Modi'in


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IGRA Israel hosts Andrew Zalewski #general

Catherine Gordon
 

Please join us for the event hosted by the Israel Genealogical Research
Association (IGRA). The program will feature talk by Andrew Zalewski, a
Gesher Galicia board member and editor of the organization's journal the
"Galitzianer."
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Yigal Yadin St. 41
Modi'in-Maccabim-Reut, Israel.
Time: 19:30 - 21:30 p.m.
Talk: "Galician Portraits: Jews, Gentiles, and Emperors"
Let's discover the largest Jewish community in Austro-Hungary, learn
stories about personal perseverance, and explore unique records. This will
be an opportunity to share your interest in Jewish genealogy of Galicia. We
look forward to meeting many Gesher Galicia members and non-members who are
planning to attend this event. Questions about the event can be directed to
igramodiin@gmail.com. Please pre-register by sending an email with your
details.
The event is open to the public: members and non-members are welcome.
IGRA members free. Non-members 20 shekels.
Don't forget to bring a friend!
Catherine Gordon
IGRA Modi'in


SCHREIBER from Stropkov #hungary

dan@...
 

Dear fellow H-Siggers,

I'd like to hear >from anyone with Schreiber relatives >from the village of Stropkov (formerly Sztropko) in eastern Slovakia.

In the mid-19th century, Sztropko was a village of some 500 souls, more than half of them Jews. Dozens of Schreibers seem to have lived there, constantly intermarrying with other Schreibers.Now Iâ??m trying to figure out the common ancestor of these interrelated Scxhreibers.

I've found three separate but interrelated trees for the Schreibers of Stropkov. One is descended >from Rabbi Wolf Schreiber (1790-1865). A second branch is descended >from Elimelech Schreiber (c 1823-1891) and his sister Chaya (c1835-c 1920), who married a son of Wolf Schreiber. The third tree descends >from my great-great-great-grandmother Rachel Leah Schreiber Sobel (1810?-1863?) and her apparent older brother Herman/Hirsch Schreiber (1794-1857).

In all three of these trees, I find many Schreiber men named Abraham, Wolf and Isaac. Other related surnames are Sobel, Reiss, and Weinberger.

I've already combed Melody Amsel's history of the Jews of Bardejov, "Between Galicia and Hungary." Iâ??ve been in touch with Melody herself. Any additional clues would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks.
Dan Rottenberg
1315 Walnut St.
Suite 904
Philadelphia PA 19107
Phone: (215) 735-1455
Fax: (215) 735-1455
e-mail: dan@danrottenberg.com
website: www.danrottenberg.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary SCHREIBER from Stropkov #hungary

dan@...
 

Dear fellow H-Siggers,

I'd like to hear >from anyone with Schreiber relatives >from the village of Stropkov (formerly Sztropko) in eastern Slovakia.

In the mid-19th century, Sztropko was a village of some 500 souls, more than half of them Jews. Dozens of Schreibers seem to have lived there, constantly intermarrying with other Schreibers.Now Iâ??m trying to figure out the common ancestor of these interrelated Scxhreibers.

I've found three separate but interrelated trees for the Schreibers of Stropkov. One is descended >from Rabbi Wolf Schreiber (1790-1865). A second branch is descended >from Elimelech Schreiber (c 1823-1891) and his sister Chaya (c1835-c 1920), who married a son of Wolf Schreiber. The third tree descends >from my great-great-great-grandmother Rachel Leah Schreiber Sobel (1810?-1863?) and her apparent older brother Herman/Hirsch Schreiber (1794-1857).

In all three of these trees, I find many Schreiber men named Abraham, Wolf and Isaac. Other related surnames are Sobel, Reiss, and Weinberger.

I've already combed Melody Amsel's history of the Jews of Bardejov, "Between Galicia and Hungary." Iâ??ve been in touch with Melody herself. Any additional clues would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks.
Dan Rottenberg
1315 Walnut St.
Suite 904
Philadelphia PA 19107
Phone: (215) 735-1455
Fax: (215) 735-1455
e-mail: dan@danrottenberg.com
website: www.danrottenberg.com


GOLDFARB & APPEL of Bardejov #hungary

jyfogel@...
 

Hi, my gggrandmother Mina Appel was first married to my gggrandfather
Leopold ATLAS and lived in Raslivice. After the death of her husband
(buried in Raslivice) she married in 1889 Solomon GOLDFARB and lived
in Bardejov. Mina died in 1912 and is buried in Bardejov. If anyone
knows information like if she had more children with her second
husband I would appreciate.

Jacob Fogel Montreal

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Hungary SIG #Hungary GOLDFARB & APPEL of Bardejov #hungary

jyfogel@...
 

Hi, my gggrandmother Mina Appel was first married to my gggrandfather
Leopold ATLAS and lived in Raslivice. After the death of her husband
(buried in Raslivice) she married in 1889 Solomon GOLDFARB and lived
in Bardejov. Mina died in 1912 and is buried in Bardejov. If anyone
knows information like if she had more children with her second
husband I would appreciate.

Jacob Fogel Montreal

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Newman.Neyman. Neiman.? #lithuania

Marion Newman <micmarnew2@...>
 

Anyone or everyone. Help.!!
Please could someone recommend a researcher for me. I have tried
different people without much luck.
One was far too expensive and the others seemed to have given up.
It's obviously not that eay to find the family.
I have totally hit a brick wall and am getting so frustrated.
We have documents >from Lithuania, so we know the family were there.
Any help would be marvellous. Thanks so much.
Regards.
Marion Newman

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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Newman.Neyman. Neiman.? #lithuania

Marion Newman <micmarnew2@...>
 

Anyone or everyone. Help.!!
Please could someone recommend a researcher for me. I have tried
different people without much luck.
One was far too expensive and the others seemed to have given up.
It's obviously not that eay to find the family.
I have totally hit a brick wall and am getting so frustrated.
We have documents >from Lithuania, so we know the family were there.
Any help would be marvellous. Thanks so much.
Regards.
Marion Newman

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