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Sachowce,Sepetovka,Lachowitz,Zaslov #ukraine

LOUISE HAJDENBERG
 

My relatives came >from Sochowce or Sachowce,Sepetovka,Lachowitz and Zaslov
Ukraine about 1905?- 1922. Where is Sochowce and Lachowitz? What would be
the modern names?

Also I am looking for a genealogist to research relatives >from this
region. Is there someone you can recommend in the Ukraine? Names I am
looking for:

BRILLIANT >from Zaslov
SZKOLNICK and FROMAN/FRUMIN >from Sochowce
YOUNG/JUNG/YUNG >from Zaslov and Lachowitz
HAMMERMAN, MAUMERSTEIN/MARMELSTEIN >from Zaslov
BERLAND >from Sepetovka

Thank you,

Louise Hajdenberg

Moderators Note: Please respond privately.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Sachowce,Sepetovka,Lachowitz,Zaslov #ukraine

LOUISE HAJDENBERG
 

My relatives came >from Sochowce or Sachowce,Sepetovka,Lachowitz and Zaslov
Ukraine about 1905?- 1922. Where is Sochowce and Lachowitz? What would be
the modern names?

Also I am looking for a genealogist to research relatives >from this
region. Is there someone you can recommend in the Ukraine? Names I am
looking for:

BRILLIANT >from Zaslov
SZKOLNICK and FROMAN/FRUMIN >from Sochowce
YOUNG/JUNG/YUNG >from Zaslov and Lachowitz
HAMMERMAN, MAUMERSTEIN/MARMELSTEIN >from Zaslov
BERLAND >from Sepetovka

Thank you,

Louise Hajdenberg

Moderators Note: Please respond privately.


HNOH Welcome-Jewish Orphanages in the U.S. Update #general

MSpearssol@...
 

I have just updated my web site:
HNOH Welcome - Jewish Orphanages in the United States
at http://shell4.bayarea.net/~elias/hnoh/

The following has been added:

HNOH Memorial Page:
Sadly new names have been added of HNOH Brothers who died in the past few
months in 2003 and two that we were not aware of until now.

BAILES, Abe
COHEN, Harry "Bosco"
FISHER, Harry "Buddy"
KATZ, Max
RESNICK, Max (1998)
SCHILLER, Arthur (1944)
SHACK, Arthur
TOBIAS, Jerry
YOUNGNER...Robert & Stanley...Names were corrected >from Younger

Alumni Reunion Page:
Three new postings of people searching for old friends.

Federal & State Census Page:
ED listed for 1930 Federal Census for the Hebrew National Orphan Home

Orphan and Foundling Burial Page:
New abstracts found for 1891 free burials for the following children with
genealogical information:

BERGHEIM, Dora
BERNSTEIN, Sophia
BLUMENTHAL, Anna
DOE, Abe
DUBISKY, Hyman
FRIEDMAN, Martin
SCHWARTZ, Bessie
WEINER, Estelle

Orphan Archives-Records & Holdings Page:
Archival Info and Historical Info for N Y Foundling & Children's Aid Society

HNOH Alumni Page:
More Information about the Koftoff Memorial Scholarship Fund

Other Genealogy Resources Page:
Many new URL's have been added

Marge Spears-Soloff
MSpearssol@aol.com
Orlando, FL
HNOHalumni@aol.com
HNOH Welcome - Jewish Orphanages in the United States
http://shell4.bayarea.net/~elias/hnoh/


Translation from Russian/Ukrainian - 11 names on 1892 Tax List in Snitkov #ukraine

Michelle Frager <lulu_brooks@...>
 

Dear List,

I have posted a copy of one original 1892 tax sheet, in two parts, on
Viewmate as follows:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview Image no. 2927
Contains all the headings and six names with property values and
income, I think.
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview Image no. 2928
Contains the remaining five names and their info.

Included are my attempts at translating. Can you transliterate,
translate, or correct the names and the column headings? Also, do you
know what time period would be involved, as the incomes appear to me
to be be less than one ruble, which even for the Pale seems
miniscule.

Finally, do you know why, in what I think is the real property
column, there are often two numbers, one above the other? Is this
actually covering two comparative periods?

Thank you all for any help. I will post the fully transliterated
names back to the SIGs in case someone's ancestor is on it.

Please reply privately to:
Michelle Frager lulu_brooks@yahoo.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen HNOH Welcome-Jewish Orphanages in the U.S. Update #general

MSpearssol@...
 

I have just updated my web site:
HNOH Welcome - Jewish Orphanages in the United States
at http://shell4.bayarea.net/~elias/hnoh/

The following has been added:

HNOH Memorial Page:
Sadly new names have been added of HNOH Brothers who died in the past few
months in 2003 and two that we were not aware of until now.

BAILES, Abe
COHEN, Harry "Bosco"
FISHER, Harry "Buddy"
KATZ, Max
RESNICK, Max (1998)
SCHILLER, Arthur (1944)
SHACK, Arthur
TOBIAS, Jerry
YOUNGNER...Robert & Stanley...Names were corrected >from Younger

Alumni Reunion Page:
Three new postings of people searching for old friends.

Federal & State Census Page:
ED listed for 1930 Federal Census for the Hebrew National Orphan Home

Orphan and Foundling Burial Page:
New abstracts found for 1891 free burials for the following children with
genealogical information:

BERGHEIM, Dora
BERNSTEIN, Sophia
BLUMENTHAL, Anna
DOE, Abe
DUBISKY, Hyman
FRIEDMAN, Martin
SCHWARTZ, Bessie
WEINER, Estelle

Orphan Archives-Records & Holdings Page:
Archival Info and Historical Info for N Y Foundling & Children's Aid Society

HNOH Alumni Page:
More Information about the Koftoff Memorial Scholarship Fund

Other Genealogy Resources Page:
Many new URL's have been added

Marge Spears-Soloff
MSpearssol@aol.com
Orlando, FL
HNOHalumni@aol.com
HNOH Welcome - Jewish Orphanages in the United States
http://shell4.bayarea.net/~elias/hnoh/


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Translation from Russian/Ukrainian - 11 names on 1892 Tax List in Snitkov #ukraine

Michelle Frager <lulu_brooks@...>
 

Dear List,

I have posted a copy of one original 1892 tax sheet, in two parts, on
Viewmate as follows:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview Image no. 2927
Contains all the headings and six names with property values and
income, I think.
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview Image no. 2928
Contains the remaining five names and their info.

Included are my attempts at translating. Can you transliterate,
translate, or correct the names and the column headings? Also, do you
know what time period would be involved, as the incomes appear to me
to be be less than one ruble, which even for the Pale seems
miniscule.

Finally, do you know why, in what I think is the real property
column, there are often two numbers, one above the other? Is this
actually covering two comparative periods?

Thank you all for any help. I will post the fully transliterated
names back to the SIGs in case someone's ancestor is on it.

Please reply privately to:
Michelle Frager lulu_brooks@yahoo.com


Re: Ostrozec #ukraine

Simon, David M MSER:EX <David.M.Simon@...>
 

My mother in law has applied for some sort of compensation or pension based
on her having being in a ghetto or in an area that was persecuted by the
Germans (I am not sure which). She was living in Ostrozec, a "town" that
was in Poland prior to the war, then Russia then the Ukraine. Her
application was rejected as they had no record of any "action" in that
area. She says the Germans basically got the local Polish/Ukrainian boys
to do their dirty work.

Has anyone heard of this town or the area ? Or know of where I might find
some information about it ?


David M. Simon


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: Ostrozec #ukraine

Simon, David M MSER:EX <David.M.Simon@...>
 

My mother in law has applied for some sort of compensation or pension based
on her having being in a ghetto or in an area that was persecuted by the
Germans (I am not sure which). She was living in Ostrozec, a "town" that
was in Poland prior to the war, then Russia then the Ukraine. Her
application was rejected as they had no record of any "action" in that
area. She says the Germans basically got the local Polish/Ukrainian boys
to do their dirty work.

Has anyone heard of this town or the area ? Or know of where I might find
some information about it ?


David M. Simon


WARSHAVKY and MELAMUD families from Novograd Volinsky, Ukraine #ukraine

bob rubin <bob_rubin@...>
 

Hello,

I am researching my WARSHAVSKY and MELAMUD/MELAMED/MALAMUD families who
lived in Zvil/Zvhil/Novograd Volinsky in the Ukraine. They had also lived in
Zhitomir, Bialystok, and Stara Guta.

Please write if you think you may have any connection to my families.

Bob Rubin
bob_rubin@hotmail.com


Searching for SILBERMAN, SILVERMAN,ZIMMERGUS and others #ukraine

BABYCAT3@...
 

I am researching the following surnames >from Krasilov, Vilener(?)
gubernia, also >from Kolchin and Minsk. I believe the country was Russia as
noted by my antecedents:
SILBERMAN, SILVERMAN, ZIMMERGUS, INGERMAN, YOUNGSMAN, PARMET

If any of these surnames sound familiar or you have any connections,
please respond privately to:

Barbara Klein Meyers
New Jersey, USA
babycat3@aol.com
Thank you.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine WARSHAVKY and MELAMUD families from Novograd Volinsky, Ukraine #ukraine

bob rubin <bob_rubin@...>
 

Hello,

I am researching my WARSHAVSKY and MELAMUD/MELAMED/MALAMUD families who
lived in Zvil/Zvhil/Novograd Volinsky in the Ukraine. They had also lived in
Zhitomir, Bialystok, and Stara Guta.

Please write if you think you may have any connection to my families.

Bob Rubin
bob_rubin@hotmail.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Searching for SILBERMAN, SILVERMAN,ZIMMERGUS and others #ukraine

BABYCAT3@...
 

I am researching the following surnames >from Krasilov, Vilener(?)
gubernia, also >from Kolchin and Minsk. I believe the country was Russia as
noted by my antecedents:
SILBERMAN, SILVERMAN, ZIMMERGUS, INGERMAN, YOUNGSMAN, PARMET

If any of these surnames sound familiar or you have any connections,
please respond privately to:

Barbara Klein Meyers
New Jersey, USA
babycat3@aol.com
Thank you.


Do you have Sassmacken and Tukums records? #courland #latvia

bgephart@...
 

I just finished the last of my updates to the Sassmacken, Talsen and
Tukums pages for the time being. I've started an index to selected
vital records of Sassmacken and Tukums. I'd like to get all of you who
have received birth, death or marriage records >from the Latvian
Historical Archives for these communities to submit similar information
to what I have posted. Judging by the number of us and the size of our
families, we could have quite a nice list! Please take a look and let
me know what you think.

I also added excerpts >from a 1924 Latvian Telephone Directory.

Sincerely,
Betsy Thal Gephart
bgephart@comcast.net

www.sassmacken.org
www.talsen.org
www.tuckum.org


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia Do you have Sassmacken and Tukums records? #courland #latvia

bgephart@...
 

I just finished the last of my updates to the Sassmacken, Talsen and
Tukums pages for the time being. I've started an index to selected
vital records of Sassmacken and Tukums. I'd like to get all of you who
have received birth, death or marriage records >from the Latvian
Historical Archives for these communities to submit similar information
to what I have posted. Judging by the number of us and the size of our
families, we could have quite a nice list! Please take a look and let
me know what you think.

I also added excerpts >from a 1924 Latvian Telephone Directory.

Sincerely,
Betsy Thal Gephart
bgephart@comcast.net

www.sassmacken.org
www.talsen.org
www.tuckum.org


New member - my family names #latinamerica

Michelle Frager <lulu_brooks@...>
 

Greetings,

As a new member of the Latin American SIG, I'm not sure how many are
already members I know and know me through the JewishGen
Europe-oriented SIGS. So may I introduce my family connections with
South America.

Between the two World Wars, my aunt Raizl TREIGER/TREGUER (other
spellings?) emigrated to Brazil. She may have come as a married woman
or she may have married there. We are not certain of her husband's
name - it may have been something like SHOICKET, or he might have
been a ritual shoicket. I think my father said they lived in Rio. (He
was greatly amused by the fact that their refrigerator was in the
living room or parlor.)

The TREIGER/TREGUER hometown was Snitkov (Snitovka) in what is now
Ukraine. It is south-west of Vinnitsa and Zhmerinka. The family later
lived in Zhmerinka and then in Mogilev-Podolskiy. All are not far
from the Ukrainian-Roumanian border.
In 1922-23, my father Yankev Idel TREIGER and his sister Ruchel with
her husband Fishel SHVAISBERG spent many months, perhaps a year,
waiting in Buenos Aires for permission to enter the US.

I believe that is the extent of our Argentine connection.

Of course the most important thing I hope to learn through the SIG is
how I might track my aunt Raizl TREIGER "SHOICKET" who lived in
Brazil - how to find documents that would show a woman's maiden name,
and where they are archived. I have a photo of her with her daughter
and grand-daughter "Shayla" and could post it to JewishGen's
Viewmate.

I look forward to participating in the SIG.

Best New Year's wishes,
Michelle Frager, NYC area, USA
TREIGER SEROTA ZEKTSER BRONSHTEIN SIBELBERG in Ukraine and Romania
FRAKT WOLFSON LIFSHITZ in Belaruse and Lithuania


Latin America #LatinAmerica New member - my family names #latinamerica

Michelle Frager <lulu_brooks@...>
 

Greetings,

As a new member of the Latin American SIG, I'm not sure how many are
already members I know and know me through the JewishGen
Europe-oriented SIGS. So may I introduce my family connections with
South America.

Between the two World Wars, my aunt Raizl TREIGER/TREGUER (other
spellings?) emigrated to Brazil. She may have come as a married woman
or she may have married there. We are not certain of her husband's
name - it may have been something like SHOICKET, or he might have
been a ritual shoicket. I think my father said they lived in Rio. (He
was greatly amused by the fact that their refrigerator was in the
living room or parlor.)

The TREIGER/TREGUER hometown was Snitkov (Snitovka) in what is now
Ukraine. It is south-west of Vinnitsa and Zhmerinka. The family later
lived in Zhmerinka and then in Mogilev-Podolskiy. All are not far
from the Ukrainian-Roumanian border.
In 1922-23, my father Yankev Idel TREIGER and his sister Ruchel with
her husband Fishel SHVAISBERG spent many months, perhaps a year,
waiting in Buenos Aires for permission to enter the US.

I believe that is the extent of our Argentine connection.

Of course the most important thing I hope to learn through the SIG is
how I might track my aunt Raizl TREIGER "SHOICKET" who lived in
Brazil - how to find documents that would show a woman's maiden name,
and where they are archived. I have a photo of her with her daughter
and grand-daughter "Shayla" and could post it to JewishGen's
Viewmate.

I look forward to participating in the SIG.

Best New Year's wishes,
Michelle Frager, NYC area, USA
TREIGER SEROTA ZEKTSER BRONSHTEIN SIBELBERG in Ukraine and Romania
FRAKT WOLFSON LIFSHITZ in Belaruse and Lithuania


Re: BEITCHMAN and TEITELBAUM #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 9/30/2003 11:26:38 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
mark.rosenblum@juno.com writes:

<< I am researching my father's lineage, . . . my great-grandmother
Sarah Rebecca Teitelbaum (b. 2 Feb 1887 in Poland, . . . >>

Check out the alternate spellings, e.g. Tajtelbaum, Teitlbaum . . .

Michael Bernet, New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: BEITCHMAN and TEITELBAUM #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 9/30/2003 11:26:38 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
mark.rosenblum@juno.com writes:

<< I am researching my father's lineage, . . . my great-grandmother
Sarah Rebecca Teitelbaum (b. 2 Feb 1887 in Poland, . . . >>

Check out the alternate spellings, e.g. Tajtelbaum, Teitlbaum . . .

Michael Bernet, New York


San Diego Jewish Genealogical Society #general

enalibof@...
 

Next meeting: Sunday, October 12, 1:00 P.M.

Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center 2nd Floor - Sr. Activitity Room

Program: "Searching the Census, 1900-1930."

Joan Lowrey will demonstrate tips and techniques for searching these
censuses on the Internet, reasons why your person might not have been
found, and what you can do to try to find them. She will also demonstrate
the 1910 New York City CD by HeritageQuest and its excellent searching and
sorting capability which gives you more of a chance to find someone whose
name has been misspelled or changed. Be sure to bring names and dates to
this program so Joan can help you find that missing twig on your family
tree.

Meeting Agenda:
* Program: "Searching the Census, 1900-1930." will begin promptly at 1:00
P.M.
Non-members $3.00

Don't forget to check SDJGS's Web site at www.sdjgs.org. for the latest
details on upcoming events and SDJGS news.

Ellen Naliboff


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen San Diego Jewish Genealogical Society #general

enalibof@...
 

Next meeting: Sunday, October 12, 1:00 P.M.

Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center 2nd Floor - Sr. Activitity Room

Program: "Searching the Census, 1900-1930."

Joan Lowrey will demonstrate tips and techniques for searching these
censuses on the Internet, reasons why your person might not have been
found, and what you can do to try to find them. She will also demonstrate
the 1910 New York City CD by HeritageQuest and its excellent searching and
sorting capability which gives you more of a chance to find someone whose
name has been misspelled or changed. Be sure to bring names and dates to
this program so Joan can help you find that missing twig on your family
tree.

Meeting Agenda:
* Program: "Searching the Census, 1900-1930." will begin promptly at 1:00
P.M.
Non-members $3.00

Don't forget to check SDJGS's Web site at www.sdjgs.org. for the latest
details on upcoming events and SDJGS news.

Ellen Naliboff