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News about the IAJGS Conference's SIG Luncheons and Breakfast #romania

bounce-2207690-772976@...
 

Friends, a major feature of the “Capital Experience” is now awaiting you
at the 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (in
Washington, DC, August 14-19 at the very impressive and spacious Grand
Hyatt Regency Hotel). You now can register for the Conference, AND for
any of 10 Special Interest Group (SIG) luncheons and one breakfast, at
our easy-to-use Conference web site, <www.dc2011.org/>. Like other
Conference activities, these events offer first-hand chances to directly
learn about records availability, life in ancestral towns and surnames
that matter to YOU!

Here’s some key information about these SIG breakfast and luncheons:

- All will have kosher food; in fact, all Conference activities serving
food will do so.

- The following SIG breakfast and luncheon events are available: Ukraine
(breakfast); GerSIG, Gesher Galicia, ROM-Moldova, Hungarian SIG,
JRI-Poland, Austria/Czech, French, LitvakSIG, Belarus, and Latvia
(luncheons).

- These events have been thoughtfully scheduled throughout the
Conference week (on Monday through Thursday), so that attendees with
multiple interests can attend more than one of these wonderfully
educational and networking-filled events!

- Each breakfast and luncheon will have a distinguished speaker; full
details will be available soon at the Conference website,
<http://www.dc2011.org/>. [Click on the “SIG & BOF” or “Register Now”
phrases on the website to find out more.]

- The range of speakers, to mention a few here, includes:

-- Anna Royzner, a highly skilled Ukrainian tour guide, speaking on
“Jewish Agricultural Colonies and Shtetls in Ukraine” at the Ukraine SIG
breakfast;

-- Jakub Nowakowski, the Director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in
Krakow, and Pamela Weisberger, the President of Gesher Galicia, also its
Research and Program Coordinator, speaking on “A Tour of Jewish Krakow:
Past, Present & Future” at the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon, and

-- Ellen Cassedy, the distinguished journalist, speaking on “Home, In So
Many Words: The Old World Comes Alive” at the LitvakSIG luncheon.

However, remember--- You can’t attend this wonderful, value-filled event
until you register for it AND the Conference. Early Bird discount prices
only run until April 30th, and increase after that date, so register NOW
at <http://www.dc2011.org/>!

Look for information about other “value-filled” Conference features as
they’re finalized! See you at the Conference! For any questions, reach
us at info@DC2011.org

DC2011 Conference Co-Chairs

Marlene Katz Bishow
Vic Cohen
Sue Isman


Romania SIG #Romania News about the IAJGS Conference's SIG Luncheons and Breakfast #romania

bounce-2207690-772976@...
 

Friends, a major feature of the “Capital Experience” is now awaiting you
at the 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (in
Washington, DC, August 14-19 at the very impressive and spacious Grand
Hyatt Regency Hotel). You now can register for the Conference, AND for
any of 10 Special Interest Group (SIG) luncheons and one breakfast, at
our easy-to-use Conference web site, <www.dc2011.org/>. Like other
Conference activities, these events offer first-hand chances to directly
learn about records availability, life in ancestral towns and surnames
that matter to YOU!

Here’s some key information about these SIG breakfast and luncheons:

- All will have kosher food; in fact, all Conference activities serving
food will do so.

- The following SIG breakfast and luncheon events are available: Ukraine
(breakfast); GerSIG, Gesher Galicia, ROM-Moldova, Hungarian SIG,
JRI-Poland, Austria/Czech, French, LitvakSIG, Belarus, and Latvia
(luncheons).

- These events have been thoughtfully scheduled throughout the
Conference week (on Monday through Thursday), so that attendees with
multiple interests can attend more than one of these wonderfully
educational and networking-filled events!

- Each breakfast and luncheon will have a distinguished speaker; full
details will be available soon at the Conference website,
<http://www.dc2011.org/>. [Click on the “SIG & BOF” or “Register Now”
phrases on the website to find out more.]

- The range of speakers, to mention a few here, includes:

-- Anna Royzner, a highly skilled Ukrainian tour guide, speaking on
“Jewish Agricultural Colonies and Shtetls in Ukraine” at the Ukraine SIG
breakfast;

-- Jakub Nowakowski, the Director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in
Krakow, and Pamela Weisberger, the President of Gesher Galicia, also its
Research and Program Coordinator, speaking on “A Tour of Jewish Krakow:
Past, Present & Future” at the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon, and

-- Ellen Cassedy, the distinguished journalist, speaking on “Home, In So
Many Words: The Old World Comes Alive” at the LitvakSIG luncheon.

However, remember--- You can’t attend this wonderful, value-filled event
until you register for it AND the Conference. Early Bird discount prices
only run until April 30th, and increase after that date, so register NOW
at <http://www.dc2011.org/>!

Look for information about other “value-filled” Conference features as
they’re finalized! See you at the Conference! For any questions, reach
us at info@DC2011.org

DC2011 Conference Co-Chairs

Marlene Katz Bishow
Vic Cohen
Sue Isman


News about the IAJGS Conference's SIG Luncheons and Breakfast #poland

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

Friends, a major feature of the “Capital Experience” is now awaiting you
at the 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (in
Washington, DC, August 14-19 at the very impressive and spacious Grand
Hyatt Regency Hotel). You now can register for the Conference, AND for
any of 10 Special Interest Group (SIG) luncheons and one breakfast, at
our easy-to-use Conference web site, <www.dc2011.org/>. Like other
Conference activities, these events offer first-hand chances to directly
learn about records availability, life in ancestral towns and surnames
that matter to YOU!

Here’s some key information about these SIG breakfast and luncheons:

- All will have kosher food; in fact, all Conference activities serving
food will do so.

- The following SIG breakfast and luncheon events are available: Ukraine
(breakfast); GerSIG, Gesher Galicia, ROM-Moldova, Hungarian SIG,
JRI-Poland, Austria/Czech, French, LitvakSIG, Belarus, and Latvia
(luncheons).

- These events have been thoughtfully scheduled throughout the
Conference week (on Monday through Thursday), so that attendees with
multiple interests can attend more than one of these wonderfully
educational and networking-filled events!

- Each breakfast and luncheon will have a distinguished speaker; full
details will be available soon at the Conference website,
<http://www.dc2011.org/>. [Click on the “SIG & BOF” or “Register Now”
phrases on the website to find out more.]

- The range of speakers, to mention a few here, includes:

-- Anna Royzner, a highly skilled Ukrainian tour guide, speaking on
“Jewish Agricultural Colonies and Shtetls in Ukraine” at the Ukraine SIG
breakfast;

-- Jakub Nowakowski, the Director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in
Krakow, and Pamela Weisberger, the President of Gesher Galicia, also its
Research and Program Coordinator, speaking on “A Tour of Jewish Krakow:
Past, Present & Future” at the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon, and

-- Ellen Cassedy, the distinguished journalist, speaking on “Home, In So
Many Words: The Old World Comes Alive” at the LitvakSIG luncheon.

However, remember--- You can’t attend this wonderful, value-filled event
until you register for it AND the Conference. Early Bird discount prices
only run until April 30th, and increase after that date, so register NOW
at <http://www.dc2011.org/>!

Look for information about other “value-filled” Conference features as
they’re finalized! See you at the Conference! For any questions, reach
us at info@DC2011.org

DC2011 Conference Co-Chairs

Marlene Katz Bishow
Vic Cohen
Sue Isman


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland News about the IAJGS Conference's SIG Luncheons and Breakfast #poland

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

Friends, a major feature of the “Capital Experience” is now awaiting you
at the 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (in
Washington, DC, August 14-19 at the very impressive and spacious Grand
Hyatt Regency Hotel). You now can register for the Conference, AND for
any of 10 Special Interest Group (SIG) luncheons and one breakfast, at
our easy-to-use Conference web site, <www.dc2011.org/>. Like other
Conference activities, these events offer first-hand chances to directly
learn about records availability, life in ancestral towns and surnames
that matter to YOU!

Here’s some key information about these SIG breakfast and luncheons:

- All will have kosher food; in fact, all Conference activities serving
food will do so.

- The following SIG breakfast and luncheon events are available: Ukraine
(breakfast); GerSIG, Gesher Galicia, ROM-Moldova, Hungarian SIG,
JRI-Poland, Austria/Czech, French, LitvakSIG, Belarus, and Latvia
(luncheons).

- These events have been thoughtfully scheduled throughout the
Conference week (on Monday through Thursday), so that attendees with
multiple interests can attend more than one of these wonderfully
educational and networking-filled events!

- Each breakfast and luncheon will have a distinguished speaker; full
details will be available soon at the Conference website,
<http://www.dc2011.org/>. [Click on the “SIG & BOF” or “Register Now”
phrases on the website to find out more.]

- The range of speakers, to mention a few here, includes:

-- Anna Royzner, a highly skilled Ukrainian tour guide, speaking on
“Jewish Agricultural Colonies and Shtetls in Ukraine” at the Ukraine SIG
breakfast;

-- Jakub Nowakowski, the Director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in
Krakow, and Pamela Weisberger, the President of Gesher Galicia, also its
Research and Program Coordinator, speaking on “A Tour of Jewish Krakow:
Past, Present & Future” at the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon, and

-- Ellen Cassedy, the distinguished journalist, speaking on “Home, In So
Many Words: The Old World Comes Alive” at the LitvakSIG luncheon.

However, remember--- You can’t attend this wonderful, value-filled event
until you register for it AND the Conference. Early Bird discount prices
only run until April 30th, and increase after that date, so register NOW
at <http://www.dc2011.org/>!

Look for information about other “value-filled” Conference features as
they’re finalized! See you at the Conference! For any questions, reach
us at info@DC2011.org

DC2011 Conference Co-Chairs

Marlene Katz Bishow
Vic Cohen
Sue Isman


News about the IAJGS Conference's SIG Luncheons and Breakfast #lodz #poland

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

Friends, a major feature of the “Capital Experience” is now awaiting you
at the 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (in
Washington, DC, August 14-19 at the very impressive and spacious Grand
Hyatt Regency Hotel). You now can register for the Conference, AND for
any of 10 Special Interest Group (SIG) luncheons and one breakfast, at
our easy-to-use Conference web site, <www.dc2011.org/>. Like other
Conference activities, these events offer first-hand chances to directly
learn about records availability, life in ancestral towns and surnames
that matter to YOU!

Here’s some key information about these SIG breakfast and luncheons:

- All will have kosher food; in fact, all Conference activities serving
food will do so.

- The following SIG breakfast and luncheon events are available: Ukraine
(breakfast); GerSIG, Gesher Galicia, ROM-Moldova, Hungarian SIG,
JRI-Poland, Austria/Czech, French, LitvakSIG, Belarus, and Latvia
(luncheons).

- These events have been thoughtfully scheduled throughout the
Conference week (on Monday through Thursday), so that attendees with
multiple interests can attend more than one of these wonderfully
educational and networking-filled events!

- Each breakfast and luncheon will have a distinguished speaker; full
details will be available soon at the Conference website,
<http://www.dc2011.org/>. [Click on the “SIG & BOF” or “Register Now”
phrases on the website to find out more.]

- The range of speakers, to mention a few here, includes:

-- Anna Royzner, a highly skilled Ukrainian tour guide, speaking on
“Jewish Agricultural Colonies and Shtetls in Ukraine” at the Ukraine SIG
breakfast;

-- Jakub Nowakowski, the Director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in
Krakow, and Pamela Weisberger, the President of Gesher Galicia, also its
Research and Program Coordinator, speaking on “A Tour of Jewish Krakow:
Past, Present & Future” at the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon, and

-- Ellen Cassedy, the distinguished journalist, speaking on “Home, In So
Many Words: The Old World Comes Alive” at the LitvakSIG luncheon.

However, remember--- You can’t attend this wonderful, value-filled event
until you register for it AND the Conference. Early Bird discount prices
only run until April 30th, and increase after that date, so register NOW
at <http://www.dc2011.org/>!

Look for information about other “value-filled” Conference features as
they’re finalized! See you at the Conference! For any questions, reach
us at info@DC2011.org

DC2011 Conference Co-Chairs

Marlene Katz Bishow
Vic Cohen
Sue Isman


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland News about the IAJGS Conference's SIG Luncheons and Breakfast #lodz #poland

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

Friends, a major feature of the “Capital Experience” is now awaiting you
at the 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (in
Washington, DC, August 14-19 at the very impressive and spacious Grand
Hyatt Regency Hotel). You now can register for the Conference, AND for
any of 10 Special Interest Group (SIG) luncheons and one breakfast, at
our easy-to-use Conference web site, <www.dc2011.org/>. Like other
Conference activities, these events offer first-hand chances to directly
learn about records availability, life in ancestral towns and surnames
that matter to YOU!

Here’s some key information about these SIG breakfast and luncheons:

- All will have kosher food; in fact, all Conference activities serving
food will do so.

- The following SIG breakfast and luncheon events are available: Ukraine
(breakfast); GerSIG, Gesher Galicia, ROM-Moldova, Hungarian SIG,
JRI-Poland, Austria/Czech, French, LitvakSIG, Belarus, and Latvia
(luncheons).

- These events have been thoughtfully scheduled throughout the
Conference week (on Monday through Thursday), so that attendees with
multiple interests can attend more than one of these wonderfully
educational and networking-filled events!

- Each breakfast and luncheon will have a distinguished speaker; full
details will be available soon at the Conference website,
<http://www.dc2011.org/>. [Click on the “SIG & BOF” or “Register Now”
phrases on the website to find out more.]

- The range of speakers, to mention a few here, includes:

-- Anna Royzner, a highly skilled Ukrainian tour guide, speaking on
“Jewish Agricultural Colonies and Shtetls in Ukraine” at the Ukraine SIG
breakfast;

-- Jakub Nowakowski, the Director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in
Krakow, and Pamela Weisberger, the President of Gesher Galicia, also its
Research and Program Coordinator, speaking on “A Tour of Jewish Krakow:
Past, Present & Future” at the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon, and

-- Ellen Cassedy, the distinguished journalist, speaking on “Home, In So
Many Words: The Old World Comes Alive” at the LitvakSIG luncheon.

However, remember--- You can’t attend this wonderful, value-filled event
until you register for it AND the Conference. Early Bird discount prices
only run until April 30th, and increase after that date, so register NOW
at <http://www.dc2011.org/>!

Look for information about other “value-filled” Conference features as
they’re finalized! See you at the Conference! For any questions, reach
us at info@DC2011.org

DC2011 Conference Co-Chairs

Marlene Katz Bishow
Vic Cohen
Sue Isman


ViewMate translation request - Polish #lodz #poland

Israel Michaeli <ismichaeli@...>
 

Hi all,

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation,
preferrably a full one. It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=18603

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application or
directly to my e-mail address below.

Thank you very much.

Israel Michaeli
Herzliya, Israel
ismichaeli@gmail.com


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland ViewMate translation request - Polish #lodz #poland

Israel Michaeli <ismichaeli@...>
 

Hi all,

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation,
preferrably a full one. It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=18603

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application or
directly to my e-mail address below.

Thank you very much.

Israel Michaeli
Herzliya, Israel
ismichaeli@gmail.com


News about the IAJGS Conference's SIG Luncheons and Breakfast #lithuania

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

Friends, a major feature of the “Capital Experience” is now awaiting you
at the 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (in
Washington, DC, August 14-19 at the very impressive and spacious Grand
Hyatt Regency Hotel). You now can register for the Conference, AND for
any of 10 Special Interest Group (SIG) luncheons and one breakfast, at
our easy-to-use Conference web site, <www.dc2011.org/>. Like other
Conference activities, these events offer first-hand chances to directly
learn about records availability, life in ancestral towns and surnames
that matter to YOU!

Here’s some key information about these SIG breakfast and luncheons:

- All will have kosher food; in fact, all Conference activities serving
food will do so.

- The following SIG breakfast and luncheon events are available: Ukraine
(breakfast); GerSIG, Gesher Galicia, ROM-Moldova, Hungarian SIG,
JRI-Poland, Austria/Czech, French, LitvakSIG, Belarus, and Latvia
(luncheons).

- These events have been thoughtfully scheduled throughout the
Conference week (on Monday through Thursday), so that attendees with
multiple interests can attend more than one of these wonderfully
educational and networking-filled events!

- Each breakfast and luncheon will have a distinguished speaker; full
details will be available soon at the Conference website,
<http://www.dc2011.org/>. [Click on the “SIG & BOF” or “Register Now”
phrases on the website to find out more.]

- The range of speakers, to mention a few here, includes:

-- Anna Royzner, a highly skilled Ukrainian tour guide, speaking on
“Jewish Agricultural Colonies and Shtetls in Ukraine” at the Ukraine SIG
breakfast;

-- Jakub Nowakowski, the Director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in
Krakow, and Pamela Weisberger, the President of Gesher Galicia, also its
Research and Program Coordinator, speaking on “A Tour of Jewish Krakow:
Past, Present & Future” at the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon, and

-- Ellen Cassedy, the distinguished journalist, speaking on “Home, In So
Many Words: The Old World Comes Alive” at the LitvakSIG luncheon.

However, remember--- You can’t attend this wonderful, value-filled event
until you register for it AND the Conference. Early Bird discount prices
only run until April 30th, and increase after that date, so register NOW
at <http://www.dc2011.org/>!

Look for information about other “value-filled” Conference features as
they’re finalized! See you at the Conference! For any questions, reach
us at info@DC2011.org

DC2011 Conference Co-Chairs

Marlene Katz Bishow
Vic Cohen
Sue Isman


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania News about the IAJGS Conference's SIG Luncheons and Breakfast #lithuania

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

Friends, a major feature of the “Capital Experience” is now awaiting you
at the 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (in
Washington, DC, August 14-19 at the very impressive and spacious Grand
Hyatt Regency Hotel). You now can register for the Conference, AND for
any of 10 Special Interest Group (SIG) luncheons and one breakfast, at
our easy-to-use Conference web site, <www.dc2011.org/>. Like other
Conference activities, these events offer first-hand chances to directly
learn about records availability, life in ancestral towns and surnames
that matter to YOU!

Here’s some key information about these SIG breakfast and luncheons:

- All will have kosher food; in fact, all Conference activities serving
food will do so.

- The following SIG breakfast and luncheon events are available: Ukraine
(breakfast); GerSIG, Gesher Galicia, ROM-Moldova, Hungarian SIG,
JRI-Poland, Austria/Czech, French, LitvakSIG, Belarus, and Latvia
(luncheons).

- These events have been thoughtfully scheduled throughout the
Conference week (on Monday through Thursday), so that attendees with
multiple interests can attend more than one of these wonderfully
educational and networking-filled events!

- Each breakfast and luncheon will have a distinguished speaker; full
details will be available soon at the Conference website,
<http://www.dc2011.org/>. [Click on the “SIG & BOF” or “Register Now”
phrases on the website to find out more.]

- The range of speakers, to mention a few here, includes:

-- Anna Royzner, a highly skilled Ukrainian tour guide, speaking on
“Jewish Agricultural Colonies and Shtetls in Ukraine” at the Ukraine SIG
breakfast;

-- Jakub Nowakowski, the Director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in
Krakow, and Pamela Weisberger, the President of Gesher Galicia, also its
Research and Program Coordinator, speaking on “A Tour of Jewish Krakow:
Past, Present & Future” at the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon, and

-- Ellen Cassedy, the distinguished journalist, speaking on “Home, In So
Many Words: The Old World Comes Alive” at the LitvakSIG luncheon.

However, remember--- You can’t attend this wonderful, value-filled event
until you register for it AND the Conference. Early Bird discount prices
only run until April 30th, and increase after that date, so register NOW
at <http://www.dc2011.org/>!

Look for information about other “value-filled” Conference features as
they’re finalized! See you at the Conference! For any questions, reach
us at info@DC2011.org

DC2011 Conference Co-Chairs

Marlene Katz Bishow
Vic Cohen
Sue Isman


HELP US FIND HIRSHZON FROM KRUK LITHUANIA #lithuania

Eli Rabinowitz
 

Hi

My great grandfather Michel Avraham HIRSHZON (later changed to HERISON)
was born in Kruk Lithuania in 1862.

He was the son of Yitzchak Yaakov HIRSHZON and Sarah Rivka.

Yitzchak Yaakov (son of Reb Yuda) was a shochet and Chazzan >from Kovno.

Yitchak Yaakov and Sarah Rivka had 2 sons and 3 daughters:

Michel Avraham married Chaia Dvorah Alta SALOMON
Isaiah (Yeshaya) married Pearl ?
Sheina Ethel married 1. Yaakov GRUSD 2.? ROSENTZVEIG
Rochel Elta married Leib KELLERT and
Hadassah (Hodel) who married Shmaya (Yehoshua Meir) REICHMAN >from Vilna.

There seems to be confusion about the town name Kruk.

The source of our information is a book called Sefer Yehoshua (in Hebrew)
and Kruk is written as it is kuf reish vav kuf, (not alef)

There are several variations on this name in Yiddish, Lithuanian and
Polish:
Krak, Kruk, Krukai,Krikai,Krakai,Krakiai,Krok, Krakes, Krakias
Some are distinct towns.

There are very few entries in JewishGen for HIRSHZON as there is no "h" in
cyrillic, but rather a "g", so the names could be GERSHZON or GERSON etc.
Also HARRISON.
We certainly know them as HIRSHZON or later HERISON.

Please feel free to email me if you think you can solve this one as we
have not located them on JewishGen.

Hadassah's great grandchildren are also seeking this information.

I will be in Vilnius on May 11.

Thank you

Eli Rabinowitz
Perth Australia

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately with family information.
Suggestions for research methods or resources may be shared with
the list.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania HELP US FIND HIRSHZON FROM KRUK LITHUANIA #lithuania

Eli Rabinowitz
 

Hi

My great grandfather Michel Avraham HIRSHZON (later changed to HERISON)
was born in Kruk Lithuania in 1862.

He was the son of Yitzchak Yaakov HIRSHZON and Sarah Rivka.

Yitzchak Yaakov (son of Reb Yuda) was a shochet and Chazzan >from Kovno.

Yitchak Yaakov and Sarah Rivka had 2 sons and 3 daughters:

Michel Avraham married Chaia Dvorah Alta SALOMON
Isaiah (Yeshaya) married Pearl ?
Sheina Ethel married 1. Yaakov GRUSD 2.? ROSENTZVEIG
Rochel Elta married Leib KELLERT and
Hadassah (Hodel) who married Shmaya (Yehoshua Meir) REICHMAN >from Vilna.

There seems to be confusion about the town name Kruk.

The source of our information is a book called Sefer Yehoshua (in Hebrew)
and Kruk is written as it is kuf reish vav kuf, (not alef)

There are several variations on this name in Yiddish, Lithuanian and
Polish:
Krak, Kruk, Krukai,Krikai,Krakai,Krakiai,Krok, Krakes, Krakias
Some are distinct towns.

There are very few entries in JewishGen for HIRSHZON as there is no "h" in
cyrillic, but rather a "g", so the names could be GERSHZON or GERSON etc.
Also HARRISON.
We certainly know them as HIRSHZON or later HERISON.

Please feel free to email me if you think you can solve this one as we
have not located them on JewishGen.

Hadassah's great grandchildren are also seeking this information.

I will be in Vilnius on May 11.

Thank you

Eli Rabinowitz
Perth Australia

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately with family information.
Suggestions for research methods or resources may be shared with
the list.


News about the IAJGS Conference's SIG Luncheons and Breakfast #poland

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

Friends, a major feature of the “Capital Experience” is now awaiting you
at the 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (in
Washington, DC, August 14-19 at the very impressive and spacious Grand
Hyatt Regency Hotel). You now can register for the Conference, AND for
any of 10 Special Interest Group (SIG) luncheons and one breakfast, at
our easy-to-use Conference web site, <www.dc2011.org/>. Like other
Conference activities, these events offer first-hand chances to directly
learn about records availability, life in ancestral towns and surnames
that matter to YOU!

Here’s some key information about these SIG breakfast and luncheons:

- All will have kosher food; in fact, all Conference activities serving
food will do so.

- The following SIG breakfast and luncheon events are available: Ukraine
(breakfast); GerSIG, Gesher Galicia, ROM-Moldova, Hungarian SIG,
JRI-Poland, Austria/Czech, French, LitvakSIG, Belarus, and Latvia
(luncheons).

- These events have been thoughtfully scheduled throughout the
Conference week (on Monday through Thursday), so that attendees with
multiple interests can attend more than one of these wonderfully
educational and networking-filled events!

- Each breakfast and luncheon will have a distinguished speaker; full
details will be available soon at the Conference website,
<http://www.dc2011.org/>. [Click on the “SIG & BOF” or “Register Now”
phrases on the website to find out more.]

- The range of speakers, to mention a few here, includes:

-- Anna Royzner, a highly skilled Ukrainian tour guide, speaking on
“Jewish Agricultural Colonies and Shtetls in Ukraine” at the Ukraine SIG
breakfast;

-- Jakub Nowakowski, the Director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in
Krakow, and Pamela Weisberger, the President of Gesher Galicia, also its
Research and Program Coordinator, speaking on “A Tour of Jewish Krakow:
Past, Present & Future” at the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon, and

-- Ellen Cassedy, the distinguished journalist, speaking on “Home, In So
Many Words: The Old World Comes Alive” at the LitvakSIG luncheon.

However, remember--- You can’t attend this wonderful, value-filled event
until you register for it AND the Conference. Early Bird discount prices
only run until April 30th, and increase after that date, so register NOW
at <http://www.dc2011.org/>!

Look for information about other “value-filled” Conference features as
they’re finalized! See you at the Conference! For any questions, reach
us at info@DC2011.org

DC2011 Conference Co-Chairs

Marlene Katz Bishow
Vic Cohen
Sue Isman


JRI Poland #Poland News about the IAJGS Conference's SIG Luncheons and Breakfast #poland

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

Friends, a major feature of the “Capital Experience” is now awaiting you
at the 31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy (in
Washington, DC, August 14-19 at the very impressive and spacious Grand
Hyatt Regency Hotel). You now can register for the Conference, AND for
any of 10 Special Interest Group (SIG) luncheons and one breakfast, at
our easy-to-use Conference web site, <www.dc2011.org/>. Like other
Conference activities, these events offer first-hand chances to directly
learn about records availability, life in ancestral towns and surnames
that matter to YOU!

Here’s some key information about these SIG breakfast and luncheons:

- All will have kosher food; in fact, all Conference activities serving
food will do so.

- The following SIG breakfast and luncheon events are available: Ukraine
(breakfast); GerSIG, Gesher Galicia, ROM-Moldova, Hungarian SIG,
JRI-Poland, Austria/Czech, French, LitvakSIG, Belarus, and Latvia
(luncheons).

- These events have been thoughtfully scheduled throughout the
Conference week (on Monday through Thursday), so that attendees with
multiple interests can attend more than one of these wonderfully
educational and networking-filled events!

- Each breakfast and luncheon will have a distinguished speaker; full
details will be available soon at the Conference website,
<http://www.dc2011.org/>. [Click on the “SIG & BOF” or “Register Now”
phrases on the website to find out more.]

- The range of speakers, to mention a few here, includes:

-- Anna Royzner, a highly skilled Ukrainian tour guide, speaking on
“Jewish Agricultural Colonies and Shtetls in Ukraine” at the Ukraine SIG
breakfast;

-- Jakub Nowakowski, the Director of the Galicia Jewish Museum in
Krakow, and Pamela Weisberger, the President of Gesher Galicia, also its
Research and Program Coordinator, speaking on “A Tour of Jewish Krakow:
Past, Present & Future” at the Gesher Galicia SIG luncheon, and

-- Ellen Cassedy, the distinguished journalist, speaking on “Home, In So
Many Words: The Old World Comes Alive” at the LitvakSIG luncheon.

However, remember--- You can’t attend this wonderful, value-filled event
until you register for it AND the Conference. Early Bird discount prices
only run until April 30th, and increase after that date, so register NOW
at <http://www.dc2011.org/>!

Look for information about other “value-filled” Conference features as
they’re finalized! See you at the Conference! For any questions, reach
us at info@DC2011.org

DC2011 Conference Co-Chairs

Marlene Katz Bishow
Vic Cohen
Sue Isman


Search family Gutzac #poland

DELAFOSSE
 

Dear all,
I started in genealogy since four months.
Almost all my family "Gutzac" was born in Warsaw.
I search all information about the family "Gutzac.
I looked at JRI Poland database, but I found nothing.

My grandfather Gutzac Kelman was born in 1891.
My grandmother was born Sarah Gickin (I am not sure of the exact spelling)
was born in 1897 or 1901.

My mother is Rachel Gutzac born 1921 in Warsaw, died in France in 1953.
My uncle Gutzac Aron was born in 1924 in Warsaw, died in the camps.
My aunt Gutzac Gila was born in 1932 in Warsaw, died of illness in France
in 1941.

I ask for your help.
Can anyone tell me which way I ought to take.
I confess I am lost.

Thank you in advance.
Regards.
Sylvie
sylvie.delafosse@sfr.fr


JRI Poland #Poland Search family Gutzac #poland

DELAFOSSE
 

Dear all,
I started in genealogy since four months.
Almost all my family "Gutzac" was born in Warsaw.
I search all information about the family "Gutzac.
I looked at JRI Poland database, but I found nothing.

My grandfather Gutzac Kelman was born in 1891.
My grandmother was born Sarah Gickin (I am not sure of the exact spelling)
was born in 1897 or 1901.

My mother is Rachel Gutzac born 1921 in Warsaw, died in France in 1953.
My uncle Gutzac Aron was born in 1924 in Warsaw, died in the camps.
My aunt Gutzac Gila was born in 1932 in Warsaw, died of illness in France
in 1941.

I ask for your help.
Can anyone tell me which way I ought to take.
I confess I am lost.

Thank you in advance.
Regards.
Sylvie
sylvie.delafosse@sfr.fr


searching for the town HWASKER #poland

arlette doubnikof <arlette-doubnikof@...>
 

I have death's certificate of my great grand father Boris or Berko
DUBNIKOFF on 21 october 1918 in Paris. It is written "born in HWASKER" .
I am unable to find this town.

His two nephews are born in Mogilev and his brother Moise is tailor in
ALEXANDROVSKI in years 1900? Berko's parents are Isaac and Helka.

I have certificates where the name has differents variants like
DUBNIK, DUOBNIK, DOBINKOV.

His nephews lived in UK and changed theirs names in LEWIS and JACOBSON.

Thank you for yours informations.

Arlette DOUBNIKOF
Saint-Brieuc France


JRI Poland #Poland searching for the town HWASKER #poland

arlette doubnikof <arlette-doubnikof@...>
 

I have death's certificate of my great grand father Boris or Berko
DUBNIKOFF on 21 october 1918 in Paris. It is written "born in HWASKER" .
I am unable to find this town.

His two nephews are born in Mogilev and his brother Moise is tailor in
ALEXANDROVSKI in years 1900? Berko's parents are Isaac and Helka.

I have certificates where the name has differents variants like
DUBNIK, DUOBNIK, DOBINKOV.

His nephews lived in UK and changed theirs names in LEWIS and JACOBSON.

Thank you for yours informations.

Arlette DOUBNIKOF
Saint-Brieuc France


Re: HEUBERBER is HEUBERGER #galicia

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Many thanks to those who responded so quickly (and most of you correctly).
I thanked you directly. How I did not think myself about this possibility?
It seems most certain that the right spelling is HEUBERGER (HEUBERGER).
There are quite a number of them in Brzesko, Bochnia and Tarnow.

Now I have to go back to the traditional methods to find out the B&M
of Cheskiel HEUBERGER.

Regards >from Jerusalem
Jacob Rosen


JRI Poland #Poland re:HEUBERBER is HEUBERGER #poland

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Many thanks to those who responded so quickly (and most of you correctly).
I thanked you directly. How I did not think myself about this possibility?
It seems most certain that the right spelling is HEUBERGER (HEUBERGER).
There are quite a number of them in Brzesko, Bochnia and Tarnow.

Now I have to go back to the traditional methods to find out the B&M
of Cheskiel HEUBERGER.

Regards >from Jerusalem
Jacob Rosen

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