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View Mate Translation Request- Hebrew #poland

Judith Goldsmith
 

Hello! I have posted a tombstone photo that is in Hebrew. I would like a
complete translation. It is on View Mate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55237

Please respond using the View Mate application.
Thank you.

Judith Goldsmith


JRI Poland #Poland View Mate Translation Request- Hebrew #poland

Judith Goldsmith
 

Hello! I have posted a tombstone photo that is in Hebrew. I would like a
complete translation. It is on View Mate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55237

Please respond using the View Mate application.
Thank you.

Judith Goldsmith


Viewmate Image Gallery page number 55232 Photo kippah and clothing identification please #poland

Ezra Magid
 

B"H
Shalom Fellow Searchers,

The photo of my wife's grandfather, Arsen MELNIK, [c.1898 - c.1944] is now
displayed on the ViewMate Image Gallery page with the number 55232
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55232

What, if anything, can be understood >from the "Pillbox" style, flat top,
black kippah, and any other clues in this photo?

We know little, if anything, with certainty prior to his 1933 marriage to
Sanda KUSHNER. The stories of his arrival to Bessarabia walking alone
from Yampol Ukraine, at age SEVEN! c.1905 lead to dead ends.
I consider the name of his martyred son, Tzodek, the best clue,
due to naming patterns found for MELNIK in Marijampole, Lithuania.

Does the cylindrical [not dome nor cone] kippah suggest place,
time, sect?

Thanks to all!
Gut Shabbos,

Ezra Zalman MAGID
Gematria58@...
Researching for my wife: AIDOV, CUSNIR, DOBRIANSKY, KUSHNER, MELNIK,
& SHMIELOV in Bessarabia, Bukovina, Galicia, Lithuania, Moldova,
Poland, Romania and Ukraine


JRI Poland #Poland Viewmate Image Gallery page number 55232 Photo kippah and clothing identification please #poland

Ezra Magid
 

B"H
Shalom Fellow Searchers,

The photo of my wife's grandfather, Arsen MELNIK, [c.1898 - c.1944] is now
displayed on the ViewMate Image Gallery page with the number 55232
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55232

What, if anything, can be understood >from the "Pillbox" style, flat top,
black kippah, and any other clues in this photo?

We know little, if anything, with certainty prior to his 1933 marriage to
Sanda KUSHNER. The stories of his arrival to Bessarabia walking alone
from Yampol Ukraine, at age SEVEN! c.1905 lead to dead ends.
I consider the name of his martyred son, Tzodek, the best clue,
due to naming patterns found for MELNIK in Marijampole, Lithuania.

Does the cylindrical [not dome nor cone] kippah suggest place,
time, sect?

Thanks to all!
Gut Shabbos,

Ezra Zalman MAGID
Gematria58@...
Researching for my wife: AIDOV, CUSNIR, DOBRIANSKY, KUSHNER, MELNIK,
& SHMIELOV in Bessarabia, Bukovina, Galicia, Lithuania, Moldova,
Poland, Romania and Ukraine


Vital records from Kurow : Translation from Polish - Need help #poland

arie dzick
 

Dear all,

I've posted vital 3 records in Polish which will help me to assemble a
puzzle to determine who were the first member of my familly to bear my
surname. They were >from Kurow.

(only patronymics are mentioned. Records are in Polish
A translation of main information including house numbers, ages and
profession would greatly help.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55145

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55142

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55141

Thank you very much for your time.

Ari D.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


JRI Poland #Poland Vital records from Kurow : Translation from Polish - Need help #poland

arie dzick
 

Dear all,

I've posted vital 3 records in Polish which will help me to assemble a
puzzle to determine who were the first member of my familly to bear my
surname. They were >from Kurow.

(only patronymics are mentioned. Records are in Polish
A translation of main information including house numbers, ages and
profession would greatly help.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55145

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55142

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55141

Thank you very much for your time.

Ari D.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


How to cite as a source an image downloaded from the PSA #poland

Randy Eckstein
 

If I obtained an image >from the online PSA records,
say an image selected >from
http://szukajwarchiwach.pl/35/1792/0/2/27/str/1/2/15#tabSkany,
what is the proper citation to be used as the source of the info
entered into a tree?

Thanks,
Randi Eckstein


JRI Poland #Poland How to cite as a source an image downloaded from the PSA #poland

Randy Eckstein
 

If I obtained an image >from the online PSA records,
say an image selected >from
http://szukajwarchiwach.pl/35/1792/0/2/27/str/1/2/15#tabSkany,
what is the proper citation to be used as the source of the info
entered into a tree?

Thanks,
Randi Eckstein


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Viewmate Image Gallery page number 55232 Photo kippah and clothing identification please #ukraine

Ezra Magid
 

Shalom Fellow Searchers,

The photo of my wife's grandfather, Arsen MELNIK, [c.1898 - c.1944] is now displayed on the ViewMate Image Gallery page with the number 55232

What, if anything, can be understood >from the "Pillbox" style, flat top, black kippah, and any other clues in this photo?

We know little, if anything, with certainty prior to his 1933 marriage to Sanda KUSHNER.
The stories of his arrival to Bessarabia walking alone >from Yampol Ukraine, at age SEVEN! c.1905 lead to dead ends.

I consider the name of his martyred son, Tzodek, the best clue, due to naming patterns found for MELNIK
in Marijampole, Lithuania.

Does the cylindrical [not dome nor cone] kippah suggest place, time, sect?

Thanks to all!
Gut Shabbos,

Ezra Zalman MAGID
Gematria58@...
Researching for my wife: AIDOV, CUSNIR, DOBRIANSKY, KUSHNER, MELNIK, & SHMIELOV
in Bessarabia, Bukovina, Galicia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Ukraine

Moderator's Note: Please include URL for Viewmate Images - http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=55232


Viewmate Image Gallery page number 55232 Photo kippah and clothing identification please #ukraine

Ezra Magid
 

Shalom Fellow Searchers,

The photo of my wife's grandfather, Arsen MELNIK, [c.1898 - c.1944] is now displayed on the ViewMate Image Gallery page with the number 55232

What, if anything, can be understood >from the "Pillbox" style, flat top, black kippah, and any other clues in this photo?

We know little, if anything, with certainty prior to his 1933 marriage to Sanda KUSHNER.
The stories of his arrival to Bessarabia walking alone >from Yampol Ukraine, at age SEVEN! c.1905 lead to dead ends.

I consider the name of his martyred son, Tzodek, the best clue, due to naming patterns found for MELNIK
in Marijampole, Lithuania.

Does the cylindrical [not dome nor cone] kippah suggest place, time, sect?

Thanks to all!
Gut Shabbos,

Ezra Zalman MAGID
Gematria58@...
Researching for my wife: AIDOV, CUSNIR, DOBRIANSKY, KUSHNER, MELNIK, & SHMIELOV
in Bessarabia, Bukovina, Galicia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Ukraine

Moderator's Note: Please include URL for Viewmate Images - http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=55232


Viewmate Image Gallery page number 55232 Photo kippah and clothing identification please #bessarabia

Ezra Magid
 

B"H
Shalom Fellow Searchers,

The photo of my wife's grandfather, Arsen MELNIK, [c.1898 - c.1944] is now displayed on the
ViewMate Image Gallery page with the number 55232

What, if anything, can be understood >from the "Pillbox" style, flat top, black kippah, and any other
clues in this photo?

We know little, if anything, with certainty prior to his 1933 marriage to Sanda KUSHNER.
The stories of his arrival to Bessarabia walking alone >from Yampol Ukraine, at age SEVEN! c.1905
lead to dead ends.

I consider the name of his martyred son, Tzodek, the best clue, due to naming patterns found
for MELNIK in Marijampole, Lithuania.

Does the cylindrical [not dome nor cone] kippah suggest place, time, sect?

Thanks to all!
Gut Shabbos,

Ezra Zalman MAGID
Gematria58@...
Researching for my wife: AIDOV, CUSNIR, DOBRIANSKY, KUSHNER, MELNIK, & SHMIELOV
in Bessarabia, Bukovina, Galicia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Ukraine


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Viewmate Image Gallery page number 55232 Photo kippah and clothing identification please #bessarabia

Ezra Magid
 

B"H
Shalom Fellow Searchers,

The photo of my wife's grandfather, Arsen MELNIK, [c.1898 - c.1944] is now displayed on the
ViewMate Image Gallery page with the number 55232

What, if anything, can be understood >from the "Pillbox" style, flat top, black kippah, and any other
clues in this photo?

We know little, if anything, with certainty prior to his 1933 marriage to Sanda KUSHNER.
The stories of his arrival to Bessarabia walking alone >from Yampol Ukraine, at age SEVEN! c.1905
lead to dead ends.

I consider the name of his martyred son, Tzodek, the best clue, due to naming patterns found
for MELNIK in Marijampole, Lithuania.

Does the cylindrical [not dome nor cone] kippah suggest place, time, sect?

Thanks to all!
Gut Shabbos,

Ezra Zalman MAGID
Gematria58@...
Researching for my wife: AIDOV, CUSNIR, DOBRIANSKY, KUSHNER, MELNIK, & SHMIELOV
in Bessarabia, Bukovina, Galicia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Ukraine


Re: Stolp families - some research tips. #germany

Donna Levinsohn
 

Re: Stolp families - some research tips. Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2017
From: "sharan newman" <sharan@...>

The information in this message is not correct. The pages in this
microfilm >from pp. 244-294 are not marriage records. They are the
Stolp Jewish birth records for the period >from 1814-1848, representing
pages 001-099 (links [left-side], odd-numbered pages only) >from the
original ledger. These left side pages show only the parents' names;
hence the apparent confusion. The corresponding right-side pages for
these birth records, nos. 002-100 (rechts, even-numbered pages only)
from the original ledger, can be found at pp. 112-162 of the
microfilm. The right-side pages show the children's names, and what
look like the towns of origin of both parents.

The Stolp Jewish marriage records for the period 1813-1848, by
contrast, can be found at pp. 188-217 of the microfilm. Pages 188-202
represent the rechts [right-side], even-numbered pages only, nos.
002B-030B >from the original ledger. Pages 203-217 represent the links
[left-side], odd-numbered pages only, nos. nos. 001B-029B >from the
original ledger.

The Stolp Jewish death records for the same period are elsewhere on
the microfilm; I did not look to see the specific page numbers where
they are found.

Donna M. Levinsohn dmlevinsohn@...


German SIG #Germany Re: Stolp families - some research tips. #germany

Donna Levinsohn
 

Re: Stolp families - some research tips. Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2017
From: "sharan newman" <sharan@...>

The information in this message is not correct. The pages in this
microfilm >from pp. 244-294 are not marriage records. They are the
Stolp Jewish birth records for the period >from 1814-1848, representing
pages 001-099 (links [left-side], odd-numbered pages only) >from the
original ledger. These left side pages show only the parents' names;
hence the apparent confusion. The corresponding right-side pages for
these birth records, nos. 002-100 (rechts, even-numbered pages only)
from the original ledger, can be found at pp. 112-162 of the
microfilm. The right-side pages show the children's names, and what
look like the towns of origin of both parents.

The Stolp Jewish marriage records for the period 1813-1848, by
contrast, can be found at pp. 188-217 of the microfilm. Pages 188-202
represent the rechts [right-side], even-numbered pages only, nos.
002B-030B >from the original ledger. Pages 203-217 represent the links
[left-side], odd-numbered pages only, nos. nos. 001B-029B >from the
original ledger.

The Stolp Jewish death records for the same period are elsewhere on
the microfilm; I did not look to see the specific page numbers where
they are found.

Donna M. Levinsohn dmlevinsohn@...


Vital records from Kurow : Translation from Polish - Need help #general

arie dzick
 

Dear all,

I've posted vital 3 records in Polish which will help me to assemble a puzzle to
determine who were the first member of my familly to bear my surname. They were
from Kurow. (only patronymics are mentionned. Records are in Polish A translation
of main information including house numbers, ages and profession would greatly
help.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55145
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55142
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55141

Thank you very much for your time.

Ari Dzick


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Vital records from Kurow : Translation from Polish - Need help #general

arie dzick
 

Dear all,

I've posted vital 3 records in Polish which will help me to assemble a puzzle to
determine who were the first member of my familly to bear my surname. They were
from Kurow. (only patronymics are mentionned. Records are in Polish A translation
of main information including house numbers, ages and profession would greatly
help.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55145
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55142
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM55141

Thank you very much for your time.

Ari Dzick


Looking for Assistance in Israel #general

Meyer Denn <meyerdenn@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners:

I am looking for assistance in the area of Karmiel in Israel. I am trying to make
contact with a relative who is unaware that she has family that survived World War
2. She made aliya, together with her mother in the 1950s >from Russia.

I understand that she currently lives in Karmiel, in the Haifa area of Northern
Israel. Because of the sensitive nature of this request, I am not posting any
personal information about the individual I am attempting to reach. I have a last
known address for her and a telephone number, which is telling me that it cannot
connect my call whenever I am trying to call >from the United States.

If you live in the vicinity of Karmiel and are willing to help me make contact with
this individual, please contact me privately. It may require you actually going to
the address to verify that she is indeed the person that we are looking for.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Sincerely,

Meyer Denn
meyerdenn@...
Dallas, Texas

MODERATOR NOTE: Private responses only, please


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for Assistance in Israel #general

Meyer Denn <meyerdenn@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners:

I am looking for assistance in the area of Karmiel in Israel. I am trying to make
contact with a relative who is unaware that she has family that survived World War
2. She made aliya, together with her mother in the 1950s >from Russia.

I understand that she currently lives in Karmiel, in the Haifa area of Northern
Israel. Because of the sensitive nature of this request, I am not posting any
personal information about the individual I am attempting to reach. I have a last
known address for her and a telephone number, which is telling me that it cannot
connect my call whenever I am trying to call >from the United States.

If you live in the vicinity of Karmiel and are willing to help me make contact with
this individual, please contact me privately. It may require you actually going to
the address to verify that she is indeed the person that we are looking for.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Sincerely,

Meyer Denn
meyerdenn@...
Dallas, Texas

MODERATOR NOTE: Private responses only, please


US immigration visa from the 1920's #general

false <fdbaran@...>
 

Does anyone know if old (1920's) US immigration visa requests are kept in the
National Archives?

According to a granduncle, before emigrating to Brazil my g-grandfather tried to
emmigrate to the US, but had his visa denied.

Regards,

Flavio Baran


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen US immigration visa from the 1920's #general

false <fdbaran@...>
 

Does anyone know if old (1920's) US immigration visa requests are kept in the
National Archives?

According to a granduncle, before emigrating to Brazil my g-grandfather tried to
emmigrate to the US, but had his visa denied.

Regards,

Flavio Baran

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