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Uzda, Belarus #general

Sy Pearlman
 

Has anyone found any pre-world war 1 metrical records of Uzda, 50
kilometers >from Minsk? Sy Pearlman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Uzda, Belarus #general

Sy Pearlman
 

Has anyone found any pre-world war 1 metrical records of Uzda, 50
kilometers >from Minsk? Sy Pearlman


Re: school identity from 1919 #germany

Christopher Massur <cmassur@...>
 

Dear Steven=2C
could you scan the back of the picture and post it on viewmate.
Vorschulklasse means "pre-school" like Kindergarten. Institut at the time
refers usually to a private school. I am sure, we can tackle this one once
we see the original writing. Regards

Christopher Massur Curacao cmassur@hotmail.com


German SIG #Germany RE: school identity from 1919 #germany

Christopher Massur <cmassur@...>
 

Dear Steven=2C
could you scan the back of the picture and post it on viewmate.
Vorschulklasse means "pre-school" like Kindergarten. Institut at the time
refers usually to a private school. I am sure, we can tackle this one once
we see the original writing. Regards

Christopher Massur Curacao cmassur@hotmail.com


New Issue of Success! Stories is Posted on JewishGen #france

bounce-2073670-772957@...
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the
JewishGen SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories from
the 'About Us' button on our homepage, or by following this link:
< http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Testimonials >.

Meredith Hoffman and Nancy Siegel have worked with the authors to
edit these stories of ancestor and family connections made through
JewishGen -- the kinds of success stories we regularly read about
on the JewishGen mailing lists and discussion groups. This issue
highlights the international scope of JewishGen, with contributors
from New Zealand and Italy, Israel, and Scotland. And our new column,
'>from Our Mailbox...,' features brief stories we've received from
JewishGenners >from Canada, France, and the United States.

Several years ago, JewishGen Vice President Michael Tobias played a
critical role in one of our more intriguing stories of reconnection,
literally thanks to JewishGen. Michael tells of the startling
coincidences and the exciting role that he played in bringing together
two cousins who had last seen one another in 1940, and who each had
reason to believe that the other had perished in the Holocaust.

Geoff Isaacs and Laurie Rappeport tell two sides of another
fascinating, and different, story of discovery and connection.
In his sixties when he first learned the truth about his origins,
Geoff traveled >from New Zealand to the UK searching for more
information. Then, using the JewishGen Family Finder, Geoff
connected with Laurie, who'd waited ten years to find any others
researching her great-grandfather's family of Birmingham, England.
The cousins met, and the story ends with a satisfying twist.

Four brief stories in '>from Our Mailbox...' highlight successes made
by Debbie Kopstein Burr, Judith Elam, Edmond Cohen and Rachelle Leaf
Berliner.

We're sure you'll be inspired by these stories and we encourage you to
send Meredith and Nancy your own success stories for possible future
publication (their email address is success@lyris.jewishgen.org).

Phyllis Kramer
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


French SIG #France New Issue of Success! Stories is Posted on JewishGen #france

bounce-2073670-772957@...
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the
JewishGen SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories from
the 'About Us' button on our homepage, or by following this link:
< http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Testimonials >.

Meredith Hoffman and Nancy Siegel have worked with the authors to
edit these stories of ancestor and family connections made through
JewishGen -- the kinds of success stories we regularly read about
on the JewishGen mailing lists and discussion groups. This issue
highlights the international scope of JewishGen, with contributors
from New Zealand and Italy, Israel, and Scotland. And our new column,
'>from Our Mailbox...,' features brief stories we've received from
JewishGenners >from Canada, France, and the United States.

Several years ago, JewishGen Vice President Michael Tobias played a
critical role in one of our more intriguing stories of reconnection,
literally thanks to JewishGen. Michael tells of the startling
coincidences and the exciting role that he played in bringing together
two cousins who had last seen one another in 1940, and who each had
reason to believe that the other had perished in the Holocaust.

Geoff Isaacs and Laurie Rappeport tell two sides of another
fascinating, and different, story of discovery and connection.
In his sixties when he first learned the truth about his origins,
Geoff traveled >from New Zealand to the UK searching for more
information. Then, using the JewishGen Family Finder, Geoff
connected with Laurie, who'd waited ten years to find any others
researching her great-grandfather's family of Birmingham, England.
The cousins met, and the story ends with a satisfying twist.

Four brief stories in '>from Our Mailbox...' highlight successes made
by Debbie Kopstein Burr, Judith Elam, Edmond Cohen and Rachelle Leaf
Berliner.

We're sure you'll be inspired by these stories and we encourage you to
send Meredith and Nancy your own success stories for possible future
publication (their email address is success@lyris.jewishgen.org).

Phyllis Kramer
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


New Issue of Success! Stories is Posted on JewishGen #germany

Phyllis Kramer
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the
JewishGen SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories from
the 'About Us' button on our homepage, or by following this link:
< http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Testimonials >.

Meredith Hoffman and Nancy Siegel have worked with the authors to
edit these stories of ancestor and family connections made through
JewishGen -- the kinds of success stories we regularly read about
on the JewishGen mailing lists and discussion groups. This issue
highlights the international scope of JewishGen, with contributors
from New Zealand and Italy, Israel, and Scotland. And our new column,
'>from Our Mailbox...,' features brief stories we've received from
JewishGenners >from Canada, France, and the United States.

Several years ago, JewishGen Vice President Michael Tobias played a
critical role in one of our more intriguing stories of reconnection,
literally thanks to JewishGen. Michael tells of the startling
coincidences and the exciting role that he played in bringing together
two cousins who had last seen one another in 1940, and who each had
reason to believe that the other had perished in the Holocaust.

Geoff Isaacs and Laurie Rappeport tell two sides of another
fascinating, and different, story of discovery and connection.
In his sixties when he first learned the truth about his origins,
Geoff traveled >from New Zealand to the UK searching for more
information. Then, using the JewishGen Family Finder, Geoff
connected with Laurie, who'd waited ten years to find any others
researching her great-grandfather's family of Birmingham, England.
The cousins met, and the story ends with a satisfying twist.

Four brief stories in '>from Our Mailbox...' highlight successes made
by Debbie Kopstein Burr, Judith Elam, Edmond Cohen and Rachelle Leaf
Berliner.

We're sure you'll be inspired by these stories and we encourage you to
send Meredith and Nancy your own success stories for possible future
publication (their email address is success@lyris.jewishgen.org).

Phyllis Kramer
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany New Issue of Success! Stories is Posted on JewishGen #germany

Phyllis Kramer
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the
JewishGen SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories from
the 'About Us' button on our homepage, or by following this link:
< http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Testimonials >.

Meredith Hoffman and Nancy Siegel have worked with the authors to
edit these stories of ancestor and family connections made through
JewishGen -- the kinds of success stories we regularly read about
on the JewishGen mailing lists and discussion groups. This issue
highlights the international scope of JewishGen, with contributors
from New Zealand and Italy, Israel, and Scotland. And our new column,
'>from Our Mailbox...,' features brief stories we've received from
JewishGenners >from Canada, France, and the United States.

Several years ago, JewishGen Vice President Michael Tobias played a
critical role in one of our more intriguing stories of reconnection,
literally thanks to JewishGen. Michael tells of the startling
coincidences and the exciting role that he played in bringing together
two cousins who had last seen one another in 1940, and who each had
reason to believe that the other had perished in the Holocaust.

Geoff Isaacs and Laurie Rappeport tell two sides of another
fascinating, and different, story of discovery and connection.
In his sixties when he first learned the truth about his origins,
Geoff traveled >from New Zealand to the UK searching for more
information. Then, using the JewishGen Family Finder, Geoff
connected with Laurie, who'd waited ten years to find any others
researching her great-grandfather's family of Birmingham, England.
The cousins met, and the story ends with a satisfying twist.

Four brief stories in '>from Our Mailbox...' highlight successes made
by Debbie Kopstein Burr, Judith Elam, Edmond Cohen and Rachelle Leaf
Berliner.

We're sure you'll be inspired by these stories and we encourage you to
send Meredith and Nancy your own success stories for possible future
publication (their email address is success@lyris.jewishgen.org).

Phyllis Kramer
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


School Identity from 1919 #germany

Steven Emanuel <steven.emanuel@...>
 

Fellow Genners

Can anyone help in my search for the School named on the reverse of a
photograph of my Mother's.

Institut Koscher, Matheusflug II Vorschulklasse (Frl.Eckold) im Mai 1919.

My mother Ilse Beiner was at that time living in Munchen. I know it's a long
shot, but nothing ventured and all that!

Steven Emanuel [City ? State ?]

JG ID 185680

Researching:
BEINER Succeava,Munchen, EMANUEL Obrigheim,Mainz, LOEWENSTEIN Laufenselden,Mainz


German SIG #Germany School Identity from 1919 #germany

Steven Emanuel <steven.emanuel@...>
 

Fellow Genners

Can anyone help in my search for the School named on the reverse of a
photograph of my Mother's.

Institut Koscher, Matheusflug II Vorschulklasse (Frl.Eckold) im Mai 1919.

My mother Ilse Beiner was at that time living in Munchen. I know it's a long
shot, but nothing ventured and all that!

Steven Emanuel [City ? State ?]

JG ID 185680

Researching:
BEINER Succeava,Munchen, EMANUEL Obrigheim,Mainz, LOEWENSTEIN Laufenselden,Mainz


New Issue of Success! Stories is Posted on JewishGen #yiddish

bounce-2073670-772983@...
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the
JewishGen SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories from
the 'About Us' button on our homepage, or by following this link:
< http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Testimonials >.

Meredith Hoffman and Nancy Siegel have worked with the authors to
edit these stories of ancestor and family connections made through
JewishGen -- the kinds of success stories we regularly read about
on the JewishGen mailing lists and discussion groups. This issue
highlights the international scope of JewishGen, with contributors
from New Zealand and Italy, Israel, and Scotland. And our new column,
'>from Our Mailbox...,' features brief stories we've received from
JewishGenners >from Canada, France, and the United States.

Several years ago, JewishGen Vice President Michael Tobias played a
critical role in one of our more intriguing stories of reconnection,
literally thanks to JewishGen. Michael tells of the startling
coincidences and the exciting role that he played in bringing together
two cousins who had last seen one another in 1940, and who each had
reason to believe that the other had perished in the Holocaust.

Geoff Isaacs and Laurie Rappeport tell two sides of another
fascinating, and different, story of discovery and connection.
In his sixties when he first learned the truth about his origins,
Geoff traveled >from New Zealand to the UK searching for more
information. Then, using the JewishGen Family Finder, Geoff
connected with Laurie, who'd waited ten years to find any others
researching her great-grandfather's family of Birmingham, England.
The cousins met, and the story ends with a satisfying twist.

Four brief stories in '>from Our Mailbox...' highlight successes made
by Debbie Kopstein Burr, Judith Elam, Edmond Cohen and Rachelle Leaf
Berliner.

We're sure you'll be inspired by these stories and we encourage you to
send Meredith and Nancy your own success stories for possible future
publication (their email address is success@lyris.jewishgen.org).

Phyllis Kramer
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre New Issue of Success! Stories is Posted on JewishGen #yiddish

bounce-2073670-772983@...
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the
JewishGen SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories from
the 'About Us' button on our homepage, or by following this link:
< http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Testimonials >.

Meredith Hoffman and Nancy Siegel have worked with the authors to
edit these stories of ancestor and family connections made through
JewishGen -- the kinds of success stories we regularly read about
on the JewishGen mailing lists and discussion groups. This issue
highlights the international scope of JewishGen, with contributors
from New Zealand and Italy, Israel, and Scotland. And our new column,
'>from Our Mailbox...,' features brief stories we've received from
JewishGenners >from Canada, France, and the United States.

Several years ago, JewishGen Vice President Michael Tobias played a
critical role in one of our more intriguing stories of reconnection,
literally thanks to JewishGen. Michael tells of the startling
coincidences and the exciting role that he played in bringing together
two cousins who had last seen one another in 1940, and who each had
reason to believe that the other had perished in the Holocaust.

Geoff Isaacs and Laurie Rappeport tell two sides of another
fascinating, and different, story of discovery and connection.
In his sixties when he first learned the truth about his origins,
Geoff traveled >from New Zealand to the UK searching for more
information. Then, using the JewishGen Family Finder, Geoff
connected with Laurie, who'd waited ten years to find any others
researching her great-grandfather's family of Birmingham, England.
The cousins met, and the story ends with a satisfying twist.

Four brief stories in '>from Our Mailbox...' highlight successes made
by Debbie Kopstein Burr, Judith Elam, Edmond Cohen and Rachelle Leaf
Berliner.

We're sure you'll be inspired by these stories and we encourage you to
send Meredith and Nancy your own success stories for possible future
publication (their email address is success@lyris.jewishgen.org).

Phyllis Kramer
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


New Issue of Success! Stories is Posted on JewishGen #belarus

bounce-2073670-772948@...
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the
JewishGen SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories from
the 'About Us' button on our homepage, or by following this link:
< http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Testimonials >.

Meredith Hoffman and Nancy Siegel have worked with the authors to
edit these stories of ancestor and family connections made through
JewishGen -- the kinds of success stories we regularly read about
on the JewishGen mailing lists and discussion groups. This issue
highlights the international scope of JewishGen, with contributors
from New Zealand and Italy, Israel, and Scotland. And our new column,
'>from Our Mailbox...,' features brief stories we've received from
JewishGenners >from Canada, France, and the United States.

Several years ago, JewishGen Vice President Michael Tobias played a
critical role in one of our more intriguing stories of reconnection,
literally thanks to JewishGen. Michael tells of the startling
coincidences and the exciting role that he played in bringing together
two cousins who had last seen one another in 1940, and who each had
reason to believe that the other had perished in the Holocaust.

Geoff Isaacs and Laurie Rappeport tell two sides of another
fascinating, and different, story of discovery and connection.
In his sixties when he first learned the truth about his origins,
Geoff traveled >from New Zealand to the UK searching for more
information. Then, using the JewishGen Family Finder, Geoff
connected with Laurie, who'd waited ten years to find any others
researching her great-grandfather's family of Birmingham, England.
The cousins met, and the story ends with a satisfying twist.

Four brief stories in '>from Our Mailbox...' highlight successes made
by Debbie Kopstein Burr, Judith Elam, Edmond Cohen and Rachelle Leaf
Berliner.

We're sure you'll be inspired by these stories and we encourage you to
send Meredith and Nancy your own success stories for possible future
publication (their email address is success@lyris.jewishgen.org).

Phyllis Kramer
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus New Issue of Success! Stories is Posted on JewishGen #belarus

bounce-2073670-772948@...
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the
JewishGen SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories from
the 'About Us' button on our homepage, or by following this link:
< http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Testimonials >.

Meredith Hoffman and Nancy Siegel have worked with the authors to
edit these stories of ancestor and family connections made through
JewishGen -- the kinds of success stories we regularly read about
on the JewishGen mailing lists and discussion groups. This issue
highlights the international scope of JewishGen, with contributors
from New Zealand and Italy, Israel, and Scotland. And our new column,
'>from Our Mailbox...,' features brief stories we've received from
JewishGenners >from Canada, France, and the United States.

Several years ago, JewishGen Vice President Michael Tobias played a
critical role in one of our more intriguing stories of reconnection,
literally thanks to JewishGen. Michael tells of the startling
coincidences and the exciting role that he played in bringing together
two cousins who had last seen one another in 1940, and who each had
reason to believe that the other had perished in the Holocaust.

Geoff Isaacs and Laurie Rappeport tell two sides of another
fascinating, and different, story of discovery and connection.
In his sixties when he first learned the truth about his origins,
Geoff traveled >from New Zealand to the UK searching for more
information. Then, using the JewishGen Family Finder, Geoff
connected with Laurie, who'd waited ten years to find any others
researching her great-grandfather's family of Birmingham, England.
The cousins met, and the story ends with a satisfying twist.

Four brief stories in '>from Our Mailbox...' highlight successes made
by Debbie Kopstein Burr, Judith Elam, Edmond Cohen and Rachelle Leaf
Berliner.

We're sure you'll be inspired by these stories and we encourage you to
send Meredith and Nancy your own success stories for possible future
publication (their email address is success@lyris.jewishgen.org).

Phyllis Kramer
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


Tomas Wisniewski #general

Sy Pearlman
 

I am looking for an email address for Tomas Wisniewski, the researcher in Bialystok.
Thanks
Sy Pearlman

MODERATOR NOTE: Privately replies only, please


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Tomas Wisniewski #general

Sy Pearlman
 

I am looking for an email address for Tomas Wisniewski, the researcher in Bialystok.
Thanks
Sy Pearlman

MODERATOR NOTE: Privately replies only, please


School Identity from 1919 #general

Steven Emanuel <steven.emanuel@...>
 

Fellow Genners

Can anyone help in my search for the School named on the reverse of a photograph of
my Mother's.

Institut Koscher, Matheusflug II Vorschulklasse (Frl.Eckold) im Mai 1919.

My mother Ilse Beiner was at that time living in Munchen. I know it's a long shot,
but nothing ventured and all that!

Steven EMANUEL

JG ID 185680

Researching:
BEINER Succeava,Munchen
EMANUEL Obrigheim,Mainz
LOEWENSTEIN Laufenselden,Mainz


New Issue of Success! Stories is Posted on JewishGen #lodz #poland

Phyllis Kramer
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the
JewishGen SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories from
the 'About Us' button on our homepage, or by following this link:
< http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Testimonials >.

Meredith Hoffman and Nancy Siegel have worked with the authors to
edit these stories of ancestor and family connections made through
JewishGen -- the kinds of success stories we regularly read about
on the JewishGen mailing lists and discussion groups. This issue
highlights the international scope of JewishGen, with contributors
from New Zealand and Italy, Israel, and Scotland. And our new column,
'>from Our Mailbox...,' features brief stories we've received from
JewishGenners >from Canada, France, and the United States.

Several years ago, JewishGen Vice President Michael Tobias played a
critical role in one of our more intriguing stories of reconnection,
literally thanks to JewishGen. Michael tells of the startling
coincidences and the exciting role that he played in bringing together
two cousins who had last seen one another in 1940, and who each had
reason to believe that the other had perished in the Holocaust.

Geoff Isaacs and Laurie Rappeport tell two sides of another
fascinating, and different, story of discovery and connection.
In his sixties when he first learned the truth about his origins,
Geoff traveled >from New Zealand to the UK searching for more
information. Then, using the JewishGen Family Finder, Geoff
connected with Laurie, who'd waited ten years to find any others
researching her great-grandfather's family of Birmingham, England.
The cousins met, and the story ends with a satisfying twist.

Four brief stories in '>from Our Mailbox...' highlight successes made
by Debbie Kopstein Burr, Judith Elam, Edmond Cohen and Rachelle Leaf
Berliner.

We're sure you'll be inspired by these stories and we encourage you to
send Meredith and Nancy your own success stories for possible future
publication (their email address is success@lyris.jewishgen.org).

Phyllis Kramer
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen School Identity from 1919 #general

Steven Emanuel <steven.emanuel@...>
 

Fellow Genners

Can anyone help in my search for the School named on the reverse of a photograph of
my Mother's.

Institut Koscher, Matheusflug II Vorschulklasse (Frl.Eckold) im Mai 1919.

My mother Ilse Beiner was at that time living in Munchen. I know it's a long shot,
but nothing ventured and all that!

Steven EMANUEL

JG ID 185680

Researching:
BEINER Succeava,Munchen
EMANUEL Obrigheim,Mainz
LOEWENSTEIN Laufenselden,Mainz


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland New Issue of Success! Stories is Posted on JewishGen #lodz #poland

Phyllis Kramer
 

We're pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of the
JewishGen SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories from
the 'About Us' button on our homepage, or by following this link:
< http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Testimonials >.

Meredith Hoffman and Nancy Siegel have worked with the authors to
edit these stories of ancestor and family connections made through
JewishGen -- the kinds of success stories we regularly read about
on the JewishGen mailing lists and discussion groups. This issue
highlights the international scope of JewishGen, with contributors
from New Zealand and Italy, Israel, and Scotland. And our new column,
'>from Our Mailbox...,' features brief stories we've received from
JewishGenners >from Canada, France, and the United States.

Several years ago, JewishGen Vice President Michael Tobias played a
critical role in one of our more intriguing stories of reconnection,
literally thanks to JewishGen. Michael tells of the startling
coincidences and the exciting role that he played in bringing together
two cousins who had last seen one another in 1940, and who each had
reason to believe that the other had perished in the Holocaust.

Geoff Isaacs and Laurie Rappeport tell two sides of another
fascinating, and different, story of discovery and connection.
In his sixties when he first learned the truth about his origins,
Geoff traveled >from New Zealand to the UK searching for more
information. Then, using the JewishGen Family Finder, Geoff
connected with Laurie, who'd waited ten years to find any others
researching her great-grandfather's family of Birmingham, England.
The cousins met, and the story ends with a satisfying twist.

Four brief stories in '>from Our Mailbox...' highlight successes made
by Debbie Kopstein Burr, Judith Elam, Edmond Cohen and Rachelle Leaf
Berliner.

We're sure you'll be inspired by these stories and we encourage you to
send Meredith and Nancy your own success stories for possible future
publication (their email address is success@lyris.jewishgen.org).

Phyllis Kramer
VP, Education, JewishGen, Inc
phylliskramer1@gmail.com