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Alien Registration & Laissez-Passer Documents -- Round 2 #unitedkingdom

Madeleine Isenberg
 

Hi All,

While I was British born, mostly I have lived in California, so I need
some help or suggestions on where to find information in England.
Almost two years ago, I submitted a similar post to this discussion
group and then got no response. I'm hoping since then, someone might
have answers for me.

My grandfather, Israel Khanyshkevitch, born in 1880 in Kielce, Poland,
arrived in London sometime in 1912. While he was quite intelligent,
could do tons of arithmetic in his head, and could read Hebrew and
Yiddish, he never learned to read or write English. My grandmother and
three children arrived about a year later. My mother was their fourth
and last child and the only one born on British soil. The family name
changed to Schakovitch (or Shakovitch) and was further shortened to
Sacks, at least by the children. I found legal name changes in the
London Gazette (a great resource!), and my mother even told me she
changed hers via "Deed Poll."

I'm not sure if the inability to even read English would have
prevented my grandfather >from becoming a British subject. My
grandmother did learn to read English on her own.

So here are my questions:

1. Would my grandparents have been required to have "Alien
Registration cards?" If so, at what time? Before WW I or WW II?

2. In 1956, my grandparents traveled to Switzerland for a grandson's
wedding. How would they have obtained
"Laissez-Passer" documents to travel, if they didn't have passports
and where would they have obtained them?

3. For both of the above, to whom or >from where would I have to
request copies of such documents?

Thanks in advance,

--
Madeleine Isenberg
Beverly Hills, CA
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Alien Registration & Laissez-Passer Documents -- Round 2 #unitedkingdom

Madeleine Isenberg
 

Hi All,

While I was British born, mostly I have lived in California, so I need
some help or suggestions on where to find information in England.
Almost two years ago, I submitted a similar post to this discussion
group and then got no response. I'm hoping since then, someone might
have answers for me.

My grandfather, Israel Khanyshkevitch, born in 1880 in Kielce, Poland,
arrived in London sometime in 1912. While he was quite intelligent,
could do tons of arithmetic in his head, and could read Hebrew and
Yiddish, he never learned to read or write English. My grandmother and
three children arrived about a year later. My mother was their fourth
and last child and the only one born on British soil. The family name
changed to Schakovitch (or Shakovitch) and was further shortened to
Sacks, at least by the children. I found legal name changes in the
London Gazette (a great resource!), and my mother even told me she
changed hers via "Deed Poll."

I'm not sure if the inability to even read English would have
prevented my grandfather >from becoming a British subject. My
grandmother did learn to read English on her own.

So here are my questions:

1. Would my grandparents have been required to have "Alien
Registration cards?" If so, at what time? Before WW I or WW II?

2. In 1956, my grandparents traveled to Switzerland for a grandson's
wedding. How would they have obtained
"Laissez-Passer" documents to travel, if they didn't have passports
and where would they have obtained them?

3. For both of the above, to whom or >from where would I have to
request copies of such documents?

Thanks in advance,

--
Madeleine Isenberg
Beverly Hills, CA
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com


Register Today! 37th Annual IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy July 23-28, 2017 #unitedkingdom

bounce-3281990-785714@...
 

Registration is now open for the 37th Annual IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy, July 23-28, 2017, at the Swan Resort
on the grounds of Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Save money with
early registration and guarantee a room by visiting the conference Web
site now at http://www.iajgs2017.org.

The schedule includes more than 200 presentations on just about all
areas of Jewish genealogy by the best-known lecturers in their fields.
A major emphasis of these presentations will be to teach the strategies
that the attendees -- both advanced and beginner -- will need to take
their family history research to the next level. Space has been set
aside for the presenters to coach attendees outside the lecture hall,
and a resource room will include free access to numerous fee-based
genealogy databases.

More than 50 affinity groups including Special Interest Groups, Birds
of a Feather, and Facebook groups are planning lecture series,
workshops, breakfasts, lunches and meetings.

Beginners especially are invited to this conference where they will be
initiated into all the joys of getting started in Jewish genealogy with
a track of their own.

DNA testing is the cutting edge of Jewish genealogical research, but it
remains a puzzling mystery to many. This conference will include a
weeklong series of talks on every relevant aspect of this valuable
research tool.

Given that this is the first IAJGS conference ever held in the southern
United States, special attention will be given to the history of the
Jews of the South and the Caribbean basin. Experts on Florida,
Martinique, Curacao, Cuba, Panama, Mexico and other places that were
destinations for Jews and conversos fleeing the inquisition will make
presentations at the conference, and a special track will be devoted to
helping individuals with converso family history explore whether classic
genealogical resources and tools can help them link themselves >from the
present day back to the Spain's Golden Age.

Harvard Professor Henry Louis (Skip) Gates, host of the popular PBS
television show "Finding Your Roots", will address the Thursday evening
annual awards banquet with a talk on "Genealogy and Genetics in America."
On Sunday evening, Professor Robert Watson will talk about our Nevis-born
U.S. founding father entitled "Alexander Hamilton, the Jews, and the
American Revolution." On Tuesday evening, Professor Hasia Diner will
deliver the Pamela Weisberg Memorial Lecture commemorating the centennial
of America’s entry into WWI in her talk entitled "1917: A Turning Point
in American Jewish History".

All week long, the acclaimed IAJGS Film Festival will return with a full
schedule of offerings on Jewish cultural and historical topics.

The conference is co-sponsored by the International Association of
Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) and the Jewish Genealogy Society
of Greater Orlando.

Discounted hotel rooms are available >from July 17 through August 1 so
bring your family and come early and/or stay late and enjoy Orlando's
extensive outlet shopping and theme parks.

For further information about the conference, visit the conference
website at http://www.iajgs2017.org and contact the conference
organizers at info@iajgs2017.org

Adam Brown


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Register Today! 37th Annual IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy July 23-28, 2017 #unitedkingdom

bounce-3281990-785714@...
 

Registration is now open for the 37th Annual IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy, July 23-28, 2017, at the Swan Resort
on the grounds of Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Save money with
early registration and guarantee a room by visiting the conference Web
site now at http://www.iajgs2017.org.

The schedule includes more than 200 presentations on just about all
areas of Jewish genealogy by the best-known lecturers in their fields.
A major emphasis of these presentations will be to teach the strategies
that the attendees -- both advanced and beginner -- will need to take
their family history research to the next level. Space has been set
aside for the presenters to coach attendees outside the lecture hall,
and a resource room will include free access to numerous fee-based
genealogy databases.

More than 50 affinity groups including Special Interest Groups, Birds
of a Feather, and Facebook groups are planning lecture series,
workshops, breakfasts, lunches and meetings.

Beginners especially are invited to this conference where they will be
initiated into all the joys of getting started in Jewish genealogy with
a track of their own.

DNA testing is the cutting edge of Jewish genealogical research, but it
remains a puzzling mystery to many. This conference will include a
weeklong series of talks on every relevant aspect of this valuable
research tool.

Given that this is the first IAJGS conference ever held in the southern
United States, special attention will be given to the history of the
Jews of the South and the Caribbean basin. Experts on Florida,
Martinique, Curacao, Cuba, Panama, Mexico and other places that were
destinations for Jews and conversos fleeing the inquisition will make
presentations at the conference, and a special track will be devoted to
helping individuals with converso family history explore whether classic
genealogical resources and tools can help them link themselves >from the
present day back to the Spain's Golden Age.

Harvard Professor Henry Louis (Skip) Gates, host of the popular PBS
television show "Finding Your Roots", will address the Thursday evening
annual awards banquet with a talk on "Genealogy and Genetics in America."
On Sunday evening, Professor Robert Watson will talk about our Nevis-born
U.S. founding father entitled "Alexander Hamilton, the Jews, and the
American Revolution." On Tuesday evening, Professor Hasia Diner will
deliver the Pamela Weisberg Memorial Lecture commemorating the centennial
of America’s entry into WWI in her talk entitled "1917: A Turning Point
in American Jewish History".

All week long, the acclaimed IAJGS Film Festival will return with a full
schedule of offerings on Jewish cultural and historical topics.

The conference is co-sponsored by the International Association of
Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) and the Jewish Genealogy Society
of Greater Orlando.

Discounted hotel rooms are available >from July 17 through August 1 so
bring your family and come early and/or stay late and enjoy Orlando's
extensive outlet shopping and theme parks.

For further information about the conference, visit the conference
website at http://www.iajgs2017.org and contact the conference
organizers at info@iajgs2017.org

Adam Brown


Register Today! 37th Annual IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy July 23-28, 2017 #ukraine

Adam Brown
 

Registration is now open for the 37th Annual IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy, July 23-28, 2017, at the Swan Resort
on the grounds of Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Save money with
early registration and guarantee a room by visiting the conference Web
site now at http://www.iajgs2017.org.

The schedule includes more than 200 presentations on just about all
areas of Jewish genealogy by the best-known lecturers in their fields.
A major emphasis of these presentations will be to teach the strategies
that the attendees -- both advanced and beginner -- will need to take
their family history research to the next level. Space has been set
aside for the presenters to coach attendees outside the lecture hall,
and a resource room will include free access to numerous fee-based
genealogy databases.

More than 50 affinity groups including Special Interest Groups, Birds
of a Feather, and Facebook groups are planning lecture series,
workshops, breakfasts, lunches and meetings.

Beginners especially are invited to this conference where they will be
initiated into all the joys of getting started in Jewish genealogy with
a track of their own.

DNA testing is the cutting edge of Jewish genealogical research, but it
remains a puzzling mystery to many. This conference will include a
weeklong series of talks on every relevant aspect of this valuable
research tool.

Given that this is the first IAJGS conference ever held in the southern
United States, special attention will be given to the history of the
Jews of the South and the Caribbean basin. Experts on Florida,
Martinique, Curacao, Cuba, Panama, Mexico and other places that were
destinations for Jews and conversos fleeing the inquisition will make
presentations at the conference, and a special track will be devoted to
helping individuals with converso family history explore whether classic
genealogical resources and tools can help them link themselves >from the
present day back to the Spain's Golden Age.

Harvard Professor Henry Louis (Skip) Gates, host of the popular PBS
television show "Finding Your Roots", will address the Thursday evening
annual awards banquet with a talk on "Genealogy and Genetics in America."
On Sunday evening, Professor Robert Watson will talk about our Nevis-born
U.S. founding father entitled "Alexander Hamilton, the Jews, and the
American Revolution." On Tuesday evening, Professor Hasia Diner will
deliver the Pamela Weisberg Memorial Lecture commemorating the centennial
of America’s entry into WWI in her talk entitled "1917: A Turning Point
in American Jewish History".

All week long, the acclaimed IAJGS Film Festival will return with a full
schedule of offerings on Jewish cultural and historical topics.

The conference is co-sponsored by the International Association of
Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) and the Jewish Genealogy Society
of Greater Orlando.

Discounted hotel rooms are available >from July 17 through August 1 so
bring your family and come early and/or stay late and enjoy Orlando's
extensive outlet shopping and theme parks.

For further information about the conference, visit the conference
website at http://www.iajgs2017.org and contact the conference
organizers at info@iajgs2017.org

Adam Brown


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Register Today! 37th Annual IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy July 23-28, 2017 #ukraine

Adam Brown
 

Registration is now open for the 37th Annual IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy, July 23-28, 2017, at the Swan Resort
on the grounds of Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Save money with
early registration and guarantee a room by visiting the conference Web
site now at http://www.iajgs2017.org.

The schedule includes more than 200 presentations on just about all
areas of Jewish genealogy by the best-known lecturers in their fields.
A major emphasis of these presentations will be to teach the strategies
that the attendees -- both advanced and beginner -- will need to take
their family history research to the next level. Space has been set
aside for the presenters to coach attendees outside the lecture hall,
and a resource room will include free access to numerous fee-based
genealogy databases.

More than 50 affinity groups including Special Interest Groups, Birds
of a Feather, and Facebook groups are planning lecture series,
workshops, breakfasts, lunches and meetings.

Beginners especially are invited to this conference where they will be
initiated into all the joys of getting started in Jewish genealogy with
a track of their own.

DNA testing is the cutting edge of Jewish genealogical research, but it
remains a puzzling mystery to many. This conference will include a
weeklong series of talks on every relevant aspect of this valuable
research tool.

Given that this is the first IAJGS conference ever held in the southern
United States, special attention will be given to the history of the
Jews of the South and the Caribbean basin. Experts on Florida,
Martinique, Curacao, Cuba, Panama, Mexico and other places that were
destinations for Jews and conversos fleeing the inquisition will make
presentations at the conference, and a special track will be devoted to
helping individuals with converso family history explore whether classic
genealogical resources and tools can help them link themselves >from the
present day back to the Spain's Golden Age.

Harvard Professor Henry Louis (Skip) Gates, host of the popular PBS
television show "Finding Your Roots", will address the Thursday evening
annual awards banquet with a talk on "Genealogy and Genetics in America."
On Sunday evening, Professor Robert Watson will talk about our Nevis-born
U.S. founding father entitled "Alexander Hamilton, the Jews, and the
American Revolution." On Tuesday evening, Professor Hasia Diner will
deliver the Pamela Weisberg Memorial Lecture commemorating the centennial
of America’s entry into WWI in her talk entitled "1917: A Turning Point
in American Jewish History".

All week long, the acclaimed IAJGS Film Festival will return with a full
schedule of offerings on Jewish cultural and historical topics.

The conference is co-sponsored by the International Association of
Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) and the Jewish Genealogy Society
of Greater Orlando.

Discounted hotel rooms are available >from July 17 through August 1 so
bring your family and come early and/or stay late and enjoy Orlando's
extensive outlet shopping and theme parks.

For further information about the conference, visit the conference
website at http://www.iajgs2017.org and contact the conference
organizers at info@iajgs2017.org

Adam Brown


(India) Stone Masters at Jewish Cemetery in India #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Los Angeles Times has an article in the February 26 edition on Muslim
stone gravers of Jewish headstones in a Hindu city. Mumbai at one time had
20,000 Jews and now has 2,000 Jews living there- with an estimated 5,000
Jews living in the entire country of India. There are over 6,500 graves in
the Bene Israel Jewish community cemetery.

http://www.latimes.com/world/la-fg-india-jewish-cemetery-2017-story.html

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (India) Stone Masters at Jewish Cemetery in India #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Los Angeles Times has an article in the February 26 edition on Muslim
stone gravers of Jewish headstones in a Hindu city. Mumbai at one time had
20,000 Jews and now has 2,000 Jews living there- with an estimated 5,000
Jews living in the entire country of India. There are over 6,500 graves in
the Bene Israel Jewish community cemetery.

http://www.latimes.com/world/la-fg-india-jewish-cemetery-2017-story.html

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JGS Conejo Valley & Ventura County 6 Mar 6 2017 Program: Google & Its Tools for Genealogists #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County
(JGSCV) will meet Monday, March 6 >from 7:00-9:00 pm. Our meeting is
co-sponsored by and held at Temple Adat Elohim 2420 E Hillcrest Drive,
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362.

Program: Google and Its Tools for Genealogists

Google has been recognized for several years now as a great search engine
for genealogy, but it is so much more! It also provides a number of other
tools that can be of great help to family historians. In this presentation,
we'll examine several and discuss how to:
. Use Google Earth and Google Maps to unearth information about where your
ancestors lived.
. Learn how you can educate yourself, meet others, and 'hang out' with those
who are like minded (and maybe even related!) using Google's social media
tools.
. Discover how to carry your research with you and kick your research into
gear through collaboration on Google Drive.

Speaker: Mary Kathryn Kozy has been researching her family history for over
35 years and across many different localities. She has served in multiple
positions in societies on the local & state level and is currently serving
as an LDS Family History missionary. Mary also serves on the board of the
Jewish Genealogical Society of Washington State and speaks to many groups in
the area. She holds bachelor's degrees in both Zoology and Information
Technology & Systems and has completed the ProGen online study program with
an eye toward certification as a professional genealogist.

Schmoozing Corner:
The schmoozing corner starts at 6:40 PM facilitated by JGSCV founding member
Werner Frank. This is the opportunity for attendees to get direction on
their research >from a senior member of the society.

Five-Minute Genealogical Hint:

The 5-minute genealogical hint is returning! Jan Meisels Allen, President,
JGSCV, will discuss Google Alerts and how to use them for genealogy.

Traveling Library: The traveling library will be available starting at 6:30
PM Categories A and C. See our website under library, traveling for a
listing of the books that will be at the meeting.

Membership: Please renew or join JGSCV for 2017. Membership forms are on
our website, www.JGSCV.org under "about" and will be available at the
meeting. Anyone may join JGSCV. Annual dues are $25 for an individual and
$30 for a family. The meeting is open to the public.

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County is
dedicated to sharing genealogical information, techniques and research tools
with anyone interested in Jewish genealogy and family history.

For information on JGSCV including directions, please visit our website at:
www.jgscv.org

Jan Meisels Allen
President, JGSCV


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS Conejo Valley & Ventura County 6 Mar 6 2017 Program: Google & Its Tools for Genealogists #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County
(JGSCV) will meet Monday, March 6 >from 7:00-9:00 pm. Our meeting is
co-sponsored by and held at Temple Adat Elohim 2420 E Hillcrest Drive,
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362.

Program: Google and Its Tools for Genealogists

Google has been recognized for several years now as a great search engine
for genealogy, but it is so much more! It also provides a number of other
tools that can be of great help to family historians. In this presentation,
we'll examine several and discuss how to:
. Use Google Earth and Google Maps to unearth information about where your
ancestors lived.
. Learn how you can educate yourself, meet others, and 'hang out' with those
who are like minded (and maybe even related!) using Google's social media
tools.
. Discover how to carry your research with you and kick your research into
gear through collaboration on Google Drive.

Speaker: Mary Kathryn Kozy has been researching her family history for over
35 years and across many different localities. She has served in multiple
positions in societies on the local & state level and is currently serving
as an LDS Family History missionary. Mary also serves on the board of the
Jewish Genealogical Society of Washington State and speaks to many groups in
the area. She holds bachelor's degrees in both Zoology and Information
Technology & Systems and has completed the ProGen online study program with
an eye toward certification as a professional genealogist.

Schmoozing Corner:
The schmoozing corner starts at 6:40 PM facilitated by JGSCV founding member
Werner Frank. This is the opportunity for attendees to get direction on
their research >from a senior member of the society.

Five-Minute Genealogical Hint:

The 5-minute genealogical hint is returning! Jan Meisels Allen, President,
JGSCV, will discuss Google Alerts and how to use them for genealogy.

Traveling Library: The traveling library will be available starting at 6:30
PM Categories A and C. See our website under library, traveling for a
listing of the books that will be at the meeting.

Membership: Please renew or join JGSCV for 2017. Membership forms are on
our website, www.JGSCV.org under "about" and will be available at the
meeting. Anyone may join JGSCV. Annual dues are $25 for an individual and
$30 for a family. The meeting is open to the public.

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County is
dedicated to sharing genealogical information, techniques and research tools
with anyone interested in Jewish genealogy and family history.

For information on JGSCV including directions, please visit our website at:
www.jgscv.org

Jan Meisels Allen
President, JGSCV


Still can't find any documents on my surname INDIANER #poland

Carol Rombro Rider
 

Marcia--Contact Alexander Beider. He can tell you where he found the
surname while doing his research.

Carol Rombro Rider
Baltimore, Maryland USA

<< I've been searching for many years and still can't find any INDIANER
documents... yes INDIANER is not a common name and I found others,
not family, in other cities in Galicia.
INDIANER is mentioned in Beider's book. >>


JRI Poland #Poland Still can't find any documents on my surname INDIANER #poland

Carol Rombro Rider
 

Marcia--Contact Alexander Beider. He can tell you where he found the
surname while doing his research.

Carol Rombro Rider
Baltimore, Maryland USA

<< I've been searching for many years and still can't find any INDIANER
documents... yes INDIANER is not a common name and I found others,
not family, in other cities in Galicia.
INDIANER is mentioned in Beider's book. >>


Re: INDIANER Khodorov (Chodorow) #poland

Alexander Sharon
 

Naomi Leon in response to Marcia Indianer Meyers, concerning lack of pre
1900 birth records for Indianer ancestors, wrote:

<< ... How strange. I assume you are aware that there are quite
a lot of surviving records >from Khodorov, albeit scattered across
a number of different archives? Miriam Weiner's Routes to Roots
website helpfully indexes them here:
http://www.rtrfoundation.org/results.php?townName=KHODOROV&testing=.
Have you also been in touch with Mark Halpern and Patrick Atlas who are
coordinating the AGAD archives project for Khodorov?
http://jri-poland.org/town/chodorow.htm I notice that on the
Gesher Galicia All Galicia Database there is mention of a Leib and
a Selig INDIANER on the 1883 Homeowners List for Khodorov. >>

------------------------------------------------------------------
There appears to be confusion between township Chodorow in Bobrka commune of
Eastern Galicia at 4924 2419 and township Khodorov in Kyyiv (Kiev) region of
the Eastern Ukraine at 4956 3115.

Galician (Austro-Hungarian Empire) vital records were not scattered through
Russian Empire - two Chodorow in (Khodorov) in question were different
places located in different countries.

BTW, Russian Khodorov was large Jewish township located near mighty Jewish
town Rzhyshchev, South >from Kiev. 400 Jews resided in this location at the
end of 19th century.

Information on 1883 Indianer folks homeowners is very encouraging indeed but
it doesn't provide solution to Marcia ancestors birth certificates
whereabouts.

After all, there is also number of Indianer of Chodorow listed in the Ellis
Island database.

Best

Alexander Sharon
JGFF editor


JRI Poland #Poland RE: INDIANER Khodorov (Chodorow) #poland

Alexander Sharon
 

Naomi Leon in response to Marcia Indianer Meyers, concerning lack of pre
1900 birth records for Indianer ancestors, wrote:

<< ... How strange. I assume you are aware that there are quite
a lot of surviving records >from Khodorov, albeit scattered across
a number of different archives? Miriam Weiner's Routes to Roots
website helpfully indexes them here:
http://www.rtrfoundation.org/results.php?townName=KHODOROV&testing=.
Have you also been in touch with Mark Halpern and Patrick Atlas who are
coordinating the AGAD archives project for Khodorov?
http://jri-poland.org/town/chodorow.htm I notice that on the
Gesher Galicia All Galicia Database there is mention of a Leib and
a Selig INDIANER on the 1883 Homeowners List for Khodorov. >>

------------------------------------------------------------------
There appears to be confusion between township Chodorow in Bobrka commune of
Eastern Galicia at 4924 2419 and township Khodorov in Kyyiv (Kiev) region of
the Eastern Ukraine at 4956 3115.

Galician (Austro-Hungarian Empire) vital records were not scattered through
Russian Empire - two Chodorow in (Khodorov) in question were different
places located in different countries.

BTW, Russian Khodorov was large Jewish township located near mighty Jewish
town Rzhyshchev, South >from Kiev. 400 Jews resided in this location at the
end of 19th century.

Information on 1883 Indianer folks homeowners is very encouraging indeed but
it doesn't provide solution to Marcia ancestors birth certificates
whereabouts.

After all, there is also number of Indianer of Chodorow listed in the Ellis
Island database.

Best

Alexander Sharon
JGFF editor


Re: INDIANER Khodorov (Chodorow) #poland

Alexander Sharon
 

Marcia Indianer Meyers wrote:

I've been searching for many years and still can't find any INDIANER
documents birth, marriage, death for my father, uncles, aunts,
grandfather all born in Khodorov (Chodorow), all born before 1900.

One uncle's marriage showed up. yes INDIANER is not a common name
and I found others, not family in other cities in Galicia.

INDIANER is mentioned in Beider's book.

Where are these records?

----------------------------------------------------
Marcia,

It appears that Chodorow marriage records, for years 1876 to 1909,
have survived and available through Fond 300/0 (Jewish records)
at AGAD Government Archives in Warszawa.

This is probably >from your uncle's marriage certificate has resurfaced.

Other Chodorow records:

Births 1914-1926

Marriages 1914-1939

Deaths 1926-1940

are located in Warszawa Registry offices (USC) under Fond 512/0.

Those records are not available to the general public for examinations,
you should communicate directly with the USC.

There are no indications that pre-1900 records (except marriages)
have survived.

Since Chodorow was a part of Bobrka administration commune, perhaps
some Indianer records within Bobrka have survived.

Urzad Stanu Cywilnego m. st. Warszawy. III Wydzial Rejestracji
Stanu Cywilnego i Ksiag Zabuzanskich

03-718 Warszawa, ul. Ks. Ignacego Klopotowskiego 1/3

tel: (22) 443-12-77
fax: (22) 443-12-72
email: usc@um.warszawa.pl
http://usc.um.warszawa.pl/

Best

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


JRI Poland #Poland RE: INDIANER Khodorov (Chodorow) #poland

Alexander Sharon
 

Marcia Indianer Meyers wrote:

I've been searching for many years and still can't find any INDIANER
documents birth, marriage, death for my father, uncles, aunts,
grandfather all born in Khodorov (Chodorow), all born before 1900.

One uncle's marriage showed up. yes INDIANER is not a common name
and I found others, not family in other cities in Galicia.

INDIANER is mentioned in Beider's book.

Where are these records?

----------------------------------------------------
Marcia,

It appears that Chodorow marriage records, for years 1876 to 1909,
have survived and available through Fond 300/0 (Jewish records)
at AGAD Government Archives in Warszawa.

This is probably >from your uncle's marriage certificate has resurfaced.

Other Chodorow records:

Births 1914-1926

Marriages 1914-1939

Deaths 1926-1940

are located in Warszawa Registry offices (USC) under Fond 512/0.

Those records are not available to the general public for examinations,
you should communicate directly with the USC.

There are no indications that pre-1900 records (except marriages)
have survived.

Since Chodorow was a part of Bobrka administration commune, perhaps
some Indianer records within Bobrka have survived.

Urzad Stanu Cywilnego m. st. Warszawy. III Wydzial Rejestracji
Stanu Cywilnego i Ksiag Zabuzanskich

03-718 Warszawa, ul. Ks. Ignacego Klopotowskiego 1/3

tel: (22) 443-12-77
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Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


Tracing Luden descendants from Tomaszow Poland #general

John Wakerman <john.wakerman@...>
 

I have been trying to trace family of my mother Genia Luden b. 1922 in Tomaszow,
d. 1999. There are descendants of her siblings in Canada and USA. I have been
unable to locate descendants living in Israel. I believe she had a sister in Haifa.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

John Wakerman
John.wakerman@flinders.edu.au


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Tracing Luden descendants from Tomaszow Poland #general

John Wakerman <john.wakerman@...>
 

I have been trying to trace family of my mother Genia Luden b. 1922 in Tomaszow,
d. 1999. There are descendants of her siblings in Canada and USA. I have been
unable to locate descendants living in Israel. I believe she had a sister in Haifa.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

John Wakerman
John.wakerman@flinders.edu.au


Do you recognize the building in the background? #general

Palekaiko
 

The couple featured is Alexander and Frydryka (Weissberg)
Aleksandrowicz. This and another photo were part of the personal
belongings of their son, Norbert Aleksandrowicz, who died about 10
years ago in Klodzko, Poland. This couple was known to have lived in
Vienna, Stanislawow and Lipnik, Bielsko-Biala, Poland.

These images, http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM53637
and http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM53638
show the couple in front of a building. The other people in the photo
are completely unknown to me. My interest is the building in the
background, and where this building is/was located. Knowing the location
of the building might help me find additional information about the family.

The couple died in the Holocaust, but I don't know when. They had
three children, Lidia, Irena and Norbert. Irena and Norbert were
twins and only Norbert survived the war. Norbert is my third cousin,
and survived the war by being hidden in a farm house near the Stanislawow
Ghetto. At the end of the war, the owners of the farmhouse and Norbert
were re-settled in Klodzko, where Norbert died about 10 years ago.

Norbert's family photos are being shared with me by the son of the
person who hid Norbert for three years.

In addition, someone >from the US, via the Red Cross was searching for
Norbert about 30+ years ago.

Any thoughts or information regarding any facet of my research would
be greatly appreciated.

You may respond to me directly, palekaiko@gmail.com

Michael Diamant
Hawaii
Researching Norbert Aleksandrowicz


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Do you recognize the building in the background? #general

Palekaiko
 

The couple featured is Alexander and Frydryka (Weissberg)
Aleksandrowicz. This and another photo were part of the personal
belongings of their son, Norbert Aleksandrowicz, who died about 10
years ago in Klodzko, Poland. This couple was known to have lived in
Vienna, Stanislawow and Lipnik, Bielsko-Biala, Poland.

These images, http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM53637
and http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM53638
show the couple in front of a building. The other people in the photo
are completely unknown to me. My interest is the building in the
background, and where this building is/was located. Knowing the location
of the building might help me find additional information about the family.

The couple died in the Holocaust, but I don't know when. They had
three children, Lidia, Irena and Norbert. Irena and Norbert were
twins and only Norbert survived the war. Norbert is my third cousin,
and survived the war by being hidden in a farm house near the Stanislawow
Ghetto. At the end of the war, the owners of the farmhouse and Norbert
were re-settled in Klodzko, where Norbert died about 10 years ago.

Norbert's family photos are being shared with me by the son of the
person who hid Norbert for three years.

In addition, someone >from the US, via the Red Cross was searching for
Norbert about 30+ years ago.

Any thoughts or information regarding any facet of my research would
be greatly appreciated.

You may respond to me directly, palekaiko@gmail.com

Michael Diamant
Hawaii
Researching Norbert Aleksandrowicz

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