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Translation request #poland

Nomi Waksberg <nwaksberg@...>
 

Hello,
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide in translating
these archival records

Polish
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71457
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71143

Russian
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71183


Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.
Nomi

Family Names: FISZENFLED, BRAUN, FRYDMAN, ZINGER, WOLKOWICZ,
WAKSBERG, ROZENBLAT, SLUPSKA, RYGIEL, KLAJNBART (and variation
spelling of all)


JRI Poland #Poland Translation request #poland

Nomi Waksberg <nwaksberg@...>
 

Hello,
Thanks in advance for any help you can provide in translating
these archival records

Polish
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71457
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71143

Russian
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71183


Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.
Nomi

Family Names: FISZENFLED, BRAUN, FRYDMAN, ZINGER, WOLKOWICZ,
WAKSBERG, ROZENBLAT, SLUPSKA, RYGIEL, KLAJNBART (and variation
spelling of all)


Nyiregyhaza, Hungary yizkor book problem #hungary

dmsofer46@...
 

Hello-

I want very much to read the translation of the Nyiregyhaza, Hungary
yizkor book which is available in jewishgen however, looking through
the page, there is no text to read! The only thing available is a
list of martys >from the end of the book. Am I missing something?

D. Sofer

Moderator: Please direct all questions about Yizkor books to the project
coordinator or to the Yizkor Book Helpline. Go to https://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/
and scroll down to bottom of page for links.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Nyiregyhaza, Hungary yizkor book problem #hungary

dmsofer46@...
 

Hello-

I want very much to read the translation of the Nyiregyhaza, Hungary
yizkor book which is available in jewishgen however, looking through
the page, there is no text to read! The only thing available is a
list of martys >from the end of the book. Am I missing something?

D. Sofer

Moderator: Please direct all questions about Yizkor books to the project
coordinator or to the Yizkor Book Helpline. Go to https://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/
and scroll down to bottom of page for links.


INTRO - researching the ROTHGIESSER family of Emden, Niedersaschen. #germany

16leiba@...
 

Hello GerSig, I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy
research for about eight months. I consider myself to be intermediate
in doing German Jewish Genealogy research. I live in Watford,
Hertfordshire, in southeast England. My native language is English and
I also know a bit of French and German. I consider myself a beginner
in using a computer. My experience in using the Internet is extensive.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of all of my
grandparents, all of my great grandparents and thirteen of my great
great grandparents. My primary research goals now (concerning Germany)
are to find out the members of the ROTHGIESSER family. My JGFF
Researcher ID number is 813080. The family names and ancestral towns
that I have entered in the JGFF (JewishGen Family Finder) (for
Germany) are COHEN (>from Norden, Niedersaschen), NATHAN (>from Emden,
Niedersaschen), NORDEN (>from Norden, Niedersaschen) and ROTHGIESSER
(>from Emden, Niedersaschen).

Andrew Simon Leib, Hertfordshire, England 16leiba@students.watfordboys.org


German SIG #Germany INTRO - researching the ROTHGIESSER family of Emden, Niedersaschen. #germany

16leiba@...
 

Hello GerSig, I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy
research for about eight months. I consider myself to be intermediate
in doing German Jewish Genealogy research. I live in Watford,
Hertfordshire, in southeast England. My native language is English and
I also know a bit of French and German. I consider myself a beginner
in using a computer. My experience in using the Internet is extensive.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of all of my
grandparents, all of my great grandparents and thirteen of my great
great grandparents. My primary research goals now (concerning Germany)
are to find out the members of the ROTHGIESSER family. My JGFF
Researcher ID number is 813080. The family names and ancestral towns
that I have entered in the JGFF (JewishGen Family Finder) (for
Germany) are COHEN (>from Norden, Niedersaschen), NATHAN (>from Emden,
Niedersaschen), NORDEN (>from Norden, Niedersaschen) and ROTHGIESSER
(>from Emden, Niedersaschen).

Andrew Simon Leib, Hertfordshire, England 16leiba@students.watfordboys.org


Looking for ancestors of Hans GLEICHMAN #germany

Charles Rose <charles.rose2@...>
 

Looking for ancestors of my 11 generations grandfather Hans GLEICHMAN.
He was born before 1560 and died 23 Feb 1610 in Hintanah, Germany.
Father of Hans BIERHANS GLEICHMAN b 3 May 1578 in Thuringen Germany
as were most of his descendants.

Thanks for any help.

Charlie Rose, Newtown PA USA charles.rose2@verizon.net


German SIG #Germany Looking for ancestors of Hans GLEICHMAN #germany

Charles Rose <charles.rose2@...>
 

Looking for ancestors of my 11 generations grandfather Hans GLEICHMAN.
He was born before 1560 and died 23 Feb 1610 in Hintanah, Germany.
Father of Hans BIERHANS GLEICHMAN b 3 May 1578 in Thuringen Germany
as were most of his descendants.

Thanks for any help.

Charlie Rose, Newtown PA USA charles.rose2@verizon.net


Listing of religious leaders / figures per city/shtetl in pre WW2 Europe ? #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Has a listing of religious people (Rabbis, Shochatim, etc) for each
city/shtetl in pre WW2 Europe ever been compiled / published ?

Thanks,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Listing of religious leaders / figures per city/shtetl in pre WW2 Europe ? #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Has a listing of religious people (Rabbis, Shochatim, etc) for each
city/shtetl in pre WW2 Europe ever been compiled / published ?

Thanks,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


Listing of religious leaders / figures per city/shtetl in pre WW2 Europe ? #rabbinic

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Has a listing of religious people (Rabbis, Shochatim, etc) for each
city/shtetl in pre WW2 Europe ever been compiled / published ?

Thanks,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Listing of religious leaders / figures per city/shtetl in pre WW2 Europe ? #rabbinic

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Has a listing of religious people (Rabbis, Shochatim, etc) for each
city/shtetl in pre WW2 Europe ever been compiled / published ?

Thanks,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


Y-DNA Research Studies of Rabbinical Lineages and Their Importance to Jewish Genealogy #rabbinic

Jeffrey Mark Paull
 

For a little over ten years now, my research team and I, have been
conducting Y-DNA research studies which utilize both traditional
genealogy and current DNA methods and technology to identify the
unique Y-DNA genetic signature and ethnic origin of some of the
world's most esteemed and historically significant rabbinical
lineages and dynasties. These include the Katzenellenbogen, Lurie,
Polonsky, Rappaport-Cohen, and Shapiro rabbinical lineages, and the
Twersky and Wertheim-Giterman (Savran-Bendery) Chassidic dynasties,
as well as the lineages descending >from the Baal Shem Tov, Rabbi Levi
Yitzchak of Berdichev, Rabbi Naftula Cohen of Belaya Tzerkov, Rabbi
Raphael of Bershad, Rabbi Yechiel Michel of Zlatchov, Rabbi Yehuda
Heller Kahana of Sighet, and the Shpoler Zeida.

I am pleased to announce the posting of a research article in which I
explain the importance of rabbinical heritage research studies to the
practice of Jewish genealogy, and present an overview and summary of
some interesting findings and observations drawn >from our Y-DNA
research studies of the thirteen rabbinical lineages and dynasties
mentioned above, including the defining haplogroup and subclade that
is associated with the Y-DNA genetic signature for each of these
lineages. The title of the article is: "Y-DNA Research Studies of
Rabbinical Lineages and Their Importance to Jewish Genealogy," and
you will find it posted at:
https://independent.academia.edu/JeffreyMarkPaull

Jeffrey Mark Paull
jmpaull@nobleheritage.com


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Y-DNA Research Studies of Rabbinical Lineages and Their Importance to Jewish Genealogy #rabbinic

Jeffrey Mark Paull
 

For a little over ten years now, my research team and I, have been
conducting Y-DNA research studies which utilize both traditional
genealogy and current DNA methods and technology to identify the
unique Y-DNA genetic signature and ethnic origin of some of the
world's most esteemed and historically significant rabbinical
lineages and dynasties. These include the Katzenellenbogen, Lurie,
Polonsky, Rappaport-Cohen, and Shapiro rabbinical lineages, and the
Twersky and Wertheim-Giterman (Savran-Bendery) Chassidic dynasties,
as well as the lineages descending >from the Baal Shem Tov, Rabbi Levi
Yitzchak of Berdichev, Rabbi Naftula Cohen of Belaya Tzerkov, Rabbi
Raphael of Bershad, Rabbi Yechiel Michel of Zlatchov, Rabbi Yehuda
Heller Kahana of Sighet, and the Shpoler Zeida.

I am pleased to announce the posting of a research article in which I
explain the importance of rabbinical heritage research studies to the
practice of Jewish genealogy, and present an overview and summary of
some interesting findings and observations drawn >from our Y-DNA
research studies of the thirteen rabbinical lineages and dynasties
mentioned above, including the defining haplogroup and subclade that
is associated with the Y-DNA genetic signature for each of these
lineages. The title of the article is: "Y-DNA Research Studies of
Rabbinical Lineages and Their Importance to Jewish Genealogy," and
you will find it posted at:
https://independent.academia.edu/JeffreyMarkPaull

Jeffrey Mark Paull
jmpaull@nobleheritage.com


Y-DNA Research Studies of Rabbinical Lineages and Their Importance to Jewish Genealogy #dna

Jeffrey Mark Paull
 

For a little over ten years now, my research team and I, have been
conducting Y-DNA research studies which utilize both traditional
genealogy and current DNA methods and technology to identify the
unique Y-DNA genetic signature and ethnic origin of some of the
world's most esteemed and historically significant rabbinical
lineages and dynasties. These include the Katzenellenbogen, Lurie,
Polonsky, Rappaport-Cohen, and Shapiro rabbinical lineages, and the
Twersky and Wertheim-Giterman (Savran-Bendery) Chassidic dynasties,
as well as the lineages descending >from the Baal Shem Tov, Rabbi Levi
Yitzchak of Berdichev, Rabbi Naftula Cohen of Belaya Tzerkov, Rabbi
Raphael of Bershad, Rabbi Yechiel Michel of Zlatchov, Rabbi Yehuda
Heller Kahana of Sighet, and the Shpoler Zeida.

I am pleased to announce the posting of a research article in which I
explain the importance of rabbinical heritage research studies to the
practice of Jewish genealogy, and present an overview and summary of
some interesting findings and observations drawn >from our Y-DNA
research studies of the thirteen rabbinical lineages and dynasties
mentioned above, including the defining haplogroup and subclade that
is associated with the Y-DNA genetic signature for each of these
lineages. The title of the article is: "Y-DNA Research Studies of
Rabbinical Lineages and Their Importance to Jewish Genealogy," and
you will find it posted at:
https://independent.academia.edu/JeffreyMarkPaull

Jeffrey Mark Paull
jmpaull@nobleheritage.com


DNA Research #DNA Y-DNA Research Studies of Rabbinical Lineages and Their Importance to Jewish Genealogy #dna

Jeffrey Mark Paull
 

For a little over ten years now, my research team and I, have been
conducting Y-DNA research studies which utilize both traditional
genealogy and current DNA methods and technology to identify the
unique Y-DNA genetic signature and ethnic origin of some of the
world's most esteemed and historically significant rabbinical
lineages and dynasties. These include the Katzenellenbogen, Lurie,
Polonsky, Rappaport-Cohen, and Shapiro rabbinical lineages, and the
Twersky and Wertheim-Giterman (Savran-Bendery) Chassidic dynasties,
as well as the lineages descending >from the Baal Shem Tov, Rabbi Levi
Yitzchak of Berdichev, Rabbi Naftula Cohen of Belaya Tzerkov, Rabbi
Raphael of Bershad, Rabbi Yechiel Michel of Zlatchov, Rabbi Yehuda
Heller Kahana of Sighet, and the Shpoler Zeida.

I am pleased to announce the posting of a research article in which I
explain the importance of rabbinical heritage research studies to the
practice of Jewish genealogy, and present an overview and summary of
some interesting findings and observations drawn >from our Y-DNA
research studies of the thirteen rabbinical lineages and dynasties
mentioned above, including the defining haplogroup and subclade that
is associated with the Y-DNA genetic signature for each of these
lineages. The title of the article is: "Y-DNA Research Studies of
Rabbinical Lineages and Their Importance to Jewish Genealogy," and
you will find it posted at:
https://independent.academia.edu/JeffreyMarkPaull

Jeffrey Mark Paull
jmpaull@nobleheritage.com


Looking for volunteers to Index books for Yizkor Books In Print Project #general

Joel Alpert
 

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print project is embarking on a initiative to
index the books we publish. If you have MS Word and want to help at
least one hour a week, we can use your help. We will teach you how to
use the indexing function of MS Word and ask you to help with
indexing. This effort will make our books even more valuable.

These are translations of Memorial or Yizkor books of the destroyed
Jewish communities of Europe and represents our heritage.

To help contact me at ybip@jewishGen.org

Joel Alpert, Coordinator of the Yizkor Books In Print Project

see the list of our current publications at:

https://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for volunteers to Index books for Yizkor Books In Print Project #general

Joel Alpert
 

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print project is embarking on a initiative to
index the books we publish. If you have MS Word and want to help at
least one hour a week, we can use your help. We will teach you how to
use the indexing function of MS Word and ask you to help with
indexing. This effort will make our books even more valuable.

These are translations of Memorial or Yizkor books of the destroyed
Jewish communities of Europe and represents our heritage.

To help contact me at ybip@jewishGen.org

Joel Alpert, Coordinator of the Yizkor Books In Print Project

see the list of our current publications at:

https://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html


Abraham and Natan Lustig (Zev Schvitzer Part 2) #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

Yesterday I posted looking for relatives of Zev Schvitzer in hopes to
find out more about my grand-uncles and their descendants. I have
learned that he and his wife had no children. So I will try again to
focus on my grand-uncles as this didn't work so well a few years ago.
I also received many questions/requests for more information on them
directly. I have a family webpage
http://www.myfamilybusiness.org/familytrees/lustig/lustigfam.htm
where all information, records, documents, photos I have on the family
can be found. So here goes.

Parents: Jakub Lustig and Rifke Imhof(Also found as Rifke Fink)

Abraham Lustig b 15 July 1902 in Limanova/Nowy Sacz, Poland. d. before
1971 in Ashkelon, Israel. He was sent to a Siberian work camp 1940-1941.
Family lore says he stayed in Russia after Russia joins the allies.
After war, he went back to Poland and then to Israel. His wife, Ruchel
Itte Kempler died in Nowy Sacz in 1942. They married 30 July 1926 and
had a son Moses. Moses also moved to Ashkelon, Israel. (Record online.)

In 1971 my Aunt went to Israel and met with Moses in Ashkelon. There was
no contact after than. Don't know why. It is not possible to talk with
her about this any more. (Picture w/Aunt online.)

Natan Lustig b. 1906 in Labowa or Nowy Sacz and died about 1970-71 in
Askelon, Israel. He too had been sent to Siberia. Like his brother,
stays in Russia and returns to Poland to find his wife and daughter had
perished in one of the camps (don't know which). He later remarried a
woman with a daughter. Don't know when. In 1963 my Aunt's mother-in-law
tracked him down in Poland and he came to visit in Norristown,
Pennsylvania. He moved to Ashkelon a couple years later. Picture sent
to my Aunt about 1970. All this is on Natan, besides birth year, is
based on family lore. (Pictures of family, though poor quality online.)

My Grandfather left Poland for Germany to avoid the draft and stopped
contact with his family so they would not know where he was and thus
avoid any trouble with the military/government. He married Lea Elizabeth
"Liese" Klinger in Dortmund.

And lastly, there were 3 other sons who died in infancy: Ascher, Moses
and Isaac Leib. There might also have been a daughter Lola. I have a
picture and the memory of another Aunt having meet her as a small child
but that contradicts the no contact with family lore so unsure who she
really was.

Sorry about the length but tried to include as much as possible for
those that asked.

Here's hoping I finally can learn more.
Debby Painter


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Abraham and Natan Lustig (Zev Schvitzer Part 2) #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

Yesterday I posted looking for relatives of Zev Schvitzer in hopes to
find out more about my grand-uncles and their descendants. I have
learned that he and his wife had no children. So I will try again to
focus on my grand-uncles as this didn't work so well a few years ago.
I also received many questions/requests for more information on them
directly. I have a family webpage
http://www.myfamilybusiness.org/familytrees/lustig/lustigfam.htm
where all information, records, documents, photos I have on the family
can be found. So here goes.

Parents: Jakub Lustig and Rifke Imhof(Also found as Rifke Fink)

Abraham Lustig b 15 July 1902 in Limanova/Nowy Sacz, Poland. d. before
1971 in Ashkelon, Israel. He was sent to a Siberian work camp 1940-1941.
Family lore says he stayed in Russia after Russia joins the allies.
After war, he went back to Poland and then to Israel. His wife, Ruchel
Itte Kempler died in Nowy Sacz in 1942. They married 30 July 1926 and
had a son Moses. Moses also moved to Ashkelon, Israel. (Record online.)

In 1971 my Aunt went to Israel and met with Moses in Ashkelon. There was
no contact after than. Don't know why. It is not possible to talk with
her about this any more. (Picture w/Aunt online.)

Natan Lustig b. 1906 in Labowa or Nowy Sacz and died about 1970-71 in
Askelon, Israel. He too had been sent to Siberia. Like his brother,
stays in Russia and returns to Poland to find his wife and daughter had
perished in one of the camps (don't know which). He later remarried a
woman with a daughter. Don't know when. In 1963 my Aunt's mother-in-law
tracked him down in Poland and he came to visit in Norristown,
Pennsylvania. He moved to Ashkelon a couple years later. Picture sent
to my Aunt about 1970. All this is on Natan, besides birth year, is
based on family lore. (Pictures of family, though poor quality online.)

My Grandfather left Poland for Germany to avoid the draft and stopped
contact with his family so they would not know where he was and thus
avoid any trouble with the military/government. He married Lea Elizabeth
"Liese" Klinger in Dortmund.

And lastly, there were 3 other sons who died in infancy: Ascher, Moses
and Isaac Leib. There might also have been a daughter Lola. I have a
picture and the memory of another Aunt having meet her as a small child
but that contradicts the no contact with family lore so unsure who she
really was.

Sorry about the length but tried to include as much as possible for
those that asked.

Here's hoping I finally can learn more.
Debby Painter

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