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Slabodka and Kovno landsmanshaftn burial societies #lithuania

Ada Green
 

Several years ago I cataloged the Slabodka (Vilijampole) landsmanshaftn
plots located in 3 Jewish cemeteries in Queens, NY and submitted the data
totalling about 475 burials to the JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial
Registry (JOWBR).

In the past week I have looked up the death certificates of everyone in
these plots who died in New York City prior to 1949 and in New Jersey prior
to 1941 (death certificates after 1948 in NYC and after 1940 in NJ are not
publicly available on microfilm). When it was noted on the death
certificate, I have now added the names of the deceased's parents to my
JOWBR templates. The revised data will be submitted to the JOWBR by the
end of the month.

An index of Slabodker deceased (arranged alphabetically by first name and
given name) and the names of their parents that I gleaned >from the death
certificates can be found
at <http://home.att.net/~kovno/slabodkerburials.htm>. Additional
information about the deceased, including date of death, age, name of
spouse, Hebrew name, and location of cemetery can be found in the JOWBR at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/cemetery/>.

On a grander scale, I have cataloged the burials in the 19 Kovno (Kaunas)
landsmanshaftn plots in the New York City metropolitan area totalling 5480
burials and in the past 6 weeks have looked up the New York City and New
Jersey death certificates for approximately 1/3 of the burials and for the
same years as the Slabodka plots. The Kovno burial society data will be
submitted to the JOWBR for the first time by the end of this month
(although it won't be available online until the next time the JOWBR is
updated).

In the interim an index of the Kovner deceased and the names of their
parents gleaned >from the death certificates can be found at
<http://home.att.net/~kovno/kovnerburials.htm>.

The entries without the blue background are buried in Kovno landsmanshaftn
plots that specifically have the word "Kovner" or "Kovna" in the society's
name. Because Vilijampole was a much larger town than Kaunas, I would
surmise that a large number of the people in the Kovno plots were actually
from Vilijampole. The Kovno landsmanshaftn plots also contain deceased who
were originally >from other towns in the Kaunas district such as Cekiske,
Dotnuva, Josvainiai, Kedainiai, Vandziogala -- and of course Kaunas
itself. Plus these plots contain deceased who were >from Vilnius and other
Lithuanian towns outside of the Kaunas district.

The entries with the blue background are buried in the Adler's Young Men
Association, which is a society primarily for immigrants >from Kovno
according to "Zikhroynes fun a shrifzetser", a memoir in Yiddish by Samuel
Schoenfeld, published by YIVO in 1946, which talks about this society
around page 50.

I can vouch for two of my ancestors buried the Adler's Young Men
Association: Mayer S. LANGMAN was born in Kaunas according to his actual
Lithuanian birth record and his brother, Jacob, was married in
Kaunas. However, >from the "truth in advertising department" a good number
of the people in the Adler's Young Men Association, perhaps a majority,
were >from places outside of Lithuania according to their death certificate
-- Austria, Poland, Roumania, Hungary, etc. The reason I indicated these
names in blue is so that I don't give a false impression that these people
were definitely >from Lithuania in general or Kovno in particular when they
weren't necessarily.

If you have any corrections to or additional information for either the
Slabodka or Kovno landsmanshaftn burial data, please let me know and I will
edit my JOWBR templates before I submit them to the JOWBR.

Again >from the "truth in advertising department", the primary purpose in my
posting this message is in the hope that you will recognize your
Vilijampole and/or Kaunas ancestors and relatives, want to learn more about
them and their ancestors through Lithuanian archival records, and make an
end-of-year qualifying donation to the LitvakSIG Kaunas district research
group. The proceeds will be used to go towards the translation and
data-entry of the 9-volume 1874 Vilijampole family list.

Further information about how to join the Kaunas district research group
can be found in my message dated 02 December 2004 under the subject "1874
Vilijampole Family List", which is now archived in the JewishGen SIG Lists
message Archives.

Ada Green
LitvakSIG Kaunas district research group co-ordinator
adagreen@...


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Slabodka and Kovno landsmanshaftn burial societies #lithuania

Ada Green
 

Several years ago I cataloged the Slabodka (Vilijampole) landsmanshaftn
plots located in 3 Jewish cemeteries in Queens, NY and submitted the data
totalling about 475 burials to the JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial
Registry (JOWBR).

In the past week I have looked up the death certificates of everyone in
these plots who died in New York City prior to 1949 and in New Jersey prior
to 1941 (death certificates after 1948 in NYC and after 1940 in NJ are not
publicly available on microfilm). When it was noted on the death
certificate, I have now added the names of the deceased's parents to my
JOWBR templates. The revised data will be submitted to the JOWBR by the
end of the month.

An index of Slabodker deceased (arranged alphabetically by first name and
given name) and the names of their parents that I gleaned >from the death
certificates can be found
at <http://home.att.net/~kovno/slabodkerburials.htm>. Additional
information about the deceased, including date of death, age, name of
spouse, Hebrew name, and location of cemetery can be found in the JOWBR at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/cemetery/>.

On a grander scale, I have cataloged the burials in the 19 Kovno (Kaunas)
landsmanshaftn plots in the New York City metropolitan area totalling 5480
burials and in the past 6 weeks have looked up the New York City and New
Jersey death certificates for approximately 1/3 of the burials and for the
same years as the Slabodka plots. The Kovno burial society data will be
submitted to the JOWBR for the first time by the end of this month
(although it won't be available online until the next time the JOWBR is
updated).

In the interim an index of the Kovner deceased and the names of their
parents gleaned >from the death certificates can be found at
<http://home.att.net/~kovno/kovnerburials.htm>.

The entries without the blue background are buried in Kovno landsmanshaftn
plots that specifically have the word "Kovner" or "Kovna" in the society's
name. Because Vilijampole was a much larger town than Kaunas, I would
surmise that a large number of the people in the Kovno plots were actually
from Vilijampole. The Kovno landsmanshaftn plots also contain deceased who
were originally >from other towns in the Kaunas district such as Cekiske,
Dotnuva, Josvainiai, Kedainiai, Vandziogala -- and of course Kaunas
itself. Plus these plots contain deceased who were >from Vilnius and other
Lithuanian towns outside of the Kaunas district.

The entries with the blue background are buried in the Adler's Young Men
Association, which is a society primarily for immigrants >from Kovno
according to "Zikhroynes fun a shrifzetser", a memoir in Yiddish by Samuel
Schoenfeld, published by YIVO in 1946, which talks about this society
around page 50.

I can vouch for two of my ancestors buried the Adler's Young Men
Association: Mayer S. LANGMAN was born in Kaunas according to his actual
Lithuanian birth record and his brother, Jacob, was married in
Kaunas. However, >from the "truth in advertising department" a good number
of the people in the Adler's Young Men Association, perhaps a majority,
were >from places outside of Lithuania according to their death certificate
-- Austria, Poland, Roumania, Hungary, etc. The reason I indicated these
names in blue is so that I don't give a false impression that these people
were definitely >from Lithuania in general or Kovno in particular when they
weren't necessarily.

If you have any corrections to or additional information for either the
Slabodka or Kovno landsmanshaftn burial data, please let me know and I will
edit my JOWBR templates before I submit them to the JOWBR.

Again >from the "truth in advertising department", the primary purpose in my
posting this message is in the hope that you will recognize your
Vilijampole and/or Kaunas ancestors and relatives, want to learn more about
them and their ancestors through Lithuanian archival records, and make an
end-of-year qualifying donation to the LitvakSIG Kaunas district research
group. The proceeds will be used to go towards the translation and
data-entry of the 9-volume 1874 Vilijampole family list.

Further information about how to join the Kaunas district research group
can be found in my message dated 02 December 2004 under the subject "1874
Vilijampole Family List", which is now archived in the JewishGen SIG Lists
message Archives.

Ada Green
LitvakSIG Kaunas district research group co-ordinator
adagreen@...


Help with Hebrew to English Translation #general

Howard Orenstein
 

Dear Friends:
I received an email in Hebrew >from Israel's Ministry of Interior and
need someone to translate it into English for me. If you are interested
in helping please respond privately to me and I will forward you a
copy of the email.
Thanks you.

horenstein@...

Howard B. Orenstein
Westminster, MD


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help with Hebrew to English Translation #general

Howard Orenstein
 

Dear Friends:
I received an email in Hebrew >from Israel's Ministry of Interior and
need someone to translate it into English for me. If you are interested
in helping please respond privately to me and I will forward you a
copy of the email.
Thanks you.

horenstein@...

Howard B. Orenstein
Westminster, MD


Re: My Greatgrandparent's Marriage #general

ac <anitac47@...>
 

Steve Morgan wrote about the confusing information on his family. I sent
this to him:

The following has no data for your search but I didn't want you should
feel special with your inconsistencies :-). You will note the following:

My pgf arrived in 1891,1892, and 1893 (no, he never returned to Odessa
from whence he came--maybe it was "Ground Hog Day".)
My father's brother was born in New Jersey and also born in Russia
My pgm was born in 1872 and 1875, gave birth (to above uncle) in 1889
My pgm arrived in NY on 7/4/1893 and 7/4/1897.
According to her naturalization papers, my pgm had 4 children -- she had 5
(maybe she forgot my aforementioned uncle since she gave birth to him in
two places :-) ).
Two children were born 9/25, and two were born 4/15 (I guess there was
ritualistic mating ;-D)


Good luck (BTW, I found nearly all of my family regardless of their best
attempts at obfuscation).
For all the conversations about name spelling and date variations, I think
our absolute best tool in genealogy is being a good guesser and not being
hung up on precision--a close match is offtimes the right one.

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY
Searching: NADWORNY anywhere and everywhere


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: My Greatgrandparent's Marriage #general

ac <anitac47@...>
 

Steve Morgan wrote about the confusing information on his family. I sent
this to him:

The following has no data for your search but I didn't want you should
feel special with your inconsistencies :-). You will note the following:

My pgf arrived in 1891,1892, and 1893 (no, he never returned to Odessa
from whence he came--maybe it was "Ground Hog Day".)
My father's brother was born in New Jersey and also born in Russia
My pgm was born in 1872 and 1875, gave birth (to above uncle) in 1889
My pgm arrived in NY on 7/4/1893 and 7/4/1897.
According to her naturalization papers, my pgm had 4 children -- she had 5
(maybe she forgot my aforementioned uncle since she gave birth to him in
two places :-) ).
Two children were born 9/25, and two were born 4/15 (I guess there was
ritualistic mating ;-D)


Good luck (BTW, I found nearly all of my family regardless of their best
attempts at obfuscation).
For all the conversations about name spelling and date variations, I think
our absolute best tool in genealogy is being a good guesser and not being
hung up on precision--a close match is offtimes the right one.

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY
Searching: NADWORNY anywhere and everywhere


Israel Ministry Address #belarus

Natalie & Ernie Hartz
 

To Larry Spalter and all who wrote:
You said:

"You have the address wrong. The correct address is oc-info@..."

I did write to this address and this is the response I received >from it
today:

"hello,
you need to apply your application to the israeli consullte/
?????,
???? ????
?????: oc_info@..."

This was the original address as posted >from the Yad Vashem source.
Could someone please check this information out and the proper procedure on
getting a response >from the correct address? Some people are saying there is
an underline and others a dash.
Please do not write me privately but re-post to the group the correct
information. Thanks.

Natalie Hartz
East Windsor, NJ
Researching; BERKOWKSKY, RESNICK, RESNICKOFF, RAICHER


Belarus SIG #Belarus Israel Ministry Address #belarus

Natalie & Ernie Hartz
 

To Larry Spalter and all who wrote:
You said:

"You have the address wrong. The correct address is oc-info@..."

I did write to this address and this is the response I received >from it
today:

"hello,
you need to apply your application to the israeli consullte/
?????,
???? ????
?????: oc_info@..."

This was the original address as posted >from the Yad Vashem source.
Could someone please check this information out and the proper procedure on
getting a response >from the correct address? Some people are saying there is
an underline and others a dash.
Please do not write me privately but re-post to the group the correct
information. Thanks.

Natalie Hartz
East Windsor, NJ
Researching; BERKOWKSKY, RESNICK, RESNICKOFF, RAICHER


SIG Conference Luncheon in Las Vegas #belarus

davefox73@earthlink.net <davefox73@...>
 

I was recently asked why there is no Belarus SIG luncheon listed on the IAJGS Las Vegas Conference. The answer is simply that I did not ask the conference organizers to schedule one because I just don't have the time to organize it, find a speaker, and handle all the administrative tasks and emails associated with it. However, if there is someone out there who would like to handle this top to bottom, I would welcome your efforts. Please contact the conference organizers and just cc me on messages.

Running the SIG has almost become a full time job for me and I am no longer able to do this. I have asked a number of people who I thought were qualified to take over the SIG leadership to replace me, but have been turned down repeatedly. I have been doing this job now for over six years and it is now time for someone else to take over as SIG Coordinator. My wife and I are now retired and we have started to enjoy life and do some traveling. Therefore, I will no longer be able to devote the time to the SIG that I have in the past. In fact, I am writing this message >from a computer in the lobby a resort in the Florida Keys.

I greatly appreciate the efforts of the many SIG volunteers and those who have contributed funds to the SIG, but now it is time to find someone to replace me as the SIG coordinator.

Best wishes,

Dave

David Fox
Belarus SIG Coordinator


Belarus SIG #Belarus SIG Conference Luncheon in Las Vegas #belarus

davefox73@earthlink.net <davefox73@...>
 

I was recently asked why there is no Belarus SIG luncheon listed on the IAJGS Las Vegas Conference. The answer is simply that I did not ask the conference organizers to schedule one because I just don't have the time to organize it, find a speaker, and handle all the administrative tasks and emails associated with it. However, if there is someone out there who would like to handle this top to bottom, I would welcome your efforts. Please contact the conference organizers and just cc me on messages.

Running the SIG has almost become a full time job for me and I am no longer able to do this. I have asked a number of people who I thought were qualified to take over the SIG leadership to replace me, but have been turned down repeatedly. I have been doing this job now for over six years and it is now time for someone else to take over as SIG Coordinator. My wife and I are now retired and we have started to enjoy life and do some traveling. Therefore, I will no longer be able to devote the time to the SIG that I have in the past. In fact, I am writing this message >from a computer in the lobby a resort in the Florida Keys.

I greatly appreciate the efforts of the many SIG volunteers and those who have contributed funds to the SIG, but now it is time to find someone to replace me as the SIG coordinator.

Best wishes,

Dave

David Fox
Belarus SIG Coordinator


ZISMAN/SUSSMAN in Israel #ukraine

Alice Kaderlan <AliceKaderlan@...>
 

I am trying to locate ZISMAN relatives in Israel whom our family had been in
touch with many years ago. We are descended >from the ZISMAN family of
Bessarabia, who had homes and businesses in Corjeuti (Korzheutz), Briceni
and Sekurany. Avrum Zisman went to Palestine before the turn of the
century.

The name of my branch and that of two branches that went to South America
was changed to SUSSMANN at the point of embarkation in Germany so I do not
know if the Israeli family carries the name Sussman(m) or retained the
original ZISMAN.

We will know that we are related if your family descends >from Joseph ZISMAN,
who was born in the 1820's and lived to be around 100. He died in Corjeuti
sometime in the 1920's.

Alice Kaderlan
Seattle, WA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine ZISMAN/SUSSMAN in Israel #ukraine

Alice Kaderlan <AliceKaderlan@...>
 

I am trying to locate ZISMAN relatives in Israel whom our family had been in
touch with many years ago. We are descended >from the ZISMAN family of
Bessarabia, who had homes and businesses in Corjeuti (Korzheutz), Briceni
and Sekurany. Avrum Zisman went to Palestine before the turn of the
century.

The name of my branch and that of two branches that went to South America
was changed to SUSSMANN at the point of embarkation in Germany so I do not
know if the Israeli family carries the name Sussman(m) or retained the
original ZISMAN.

We will know that we are related if your family descends >from Joseph ZISMAN,
who was born in the 1820's and lived to be around 100. He died in Corjeuti
sometime in the 1920's.

Alice Kaderlan
Seattle, WA


Re: FURST family from Pecs, Baranya #hungary

Patricia J Weisshaus <patjw28@...>
 

Thank you so much for responding. I agree about the similarity of names. I
think I can take the association a little bit further. Yesterday I was
looking at the civil records for the Family History Roll that includes the
births for 1895-March 1896 in District VII. I found 5 Furst women:

Mathilde, 22 years old, married to Marton Weinberger 28, daughter Ilboyka
born 28 October, 1895
Netti, 28 years old, married to Ignacz Schwarz, 55, son David born 14
November, 1895
Katalin. 25 years old, married to Hubert Karoly Mayer, 30 years old,
daughter Anna born 4 January 1896
Sarlotta, 20 years old, married to Lipot Schwarz son Arpad born 11 January 1896
Antonia, 30 years old, married to Vilmos Laufer, son Josef, born 6 March 1896.

I'm getting more information every conversation that goes on between my
husband's brother, 82 years old, and his (my husband's) conversations with
his cousin who is 85. The brother normally lives in Budapest, but is in San
Francisco right now, and the cousin is in Australia.

One of the further bits was that there was a nephew of Josef's by the name
of Karoly, he says Furst. Unless one of the sisters married another Furst,
I don't believe it because that would mean a brother. They had a daughter
Ilonka who committed suicide.

One of the sister's was a man by the name of Perenyi who was a singer in
the opera and Tte husband of one of the sisters (no name) was a baron and
was not Jewish.

Interestis to note is that the only name the cousin recollects is Hermina
or Hermione, and Josef had a daughter named Sarlotta.

It could all be coincidence, but my feeling and hope is that these records
are a generation after the names that you've got. It is very time-consuming
to read these records. It took me 4 hours to go through one roll of film to
find these births,and that was only the VII District for 1895 into March
1896. I'm not sure I'm going beyond the Seventh District. I was looking for
anyone with the name of Furst and came up with no Furst men in District VII
at that time. The cousin insists that all six sisters were older than
Josef. and I have ordered the Family Histroy Library birth and marriage
records for Pecs in Baranya county, which is where Josef came from, and I
hope they will answer more questions.

We'll keep looking and maybe get this organized yet.

Thanks again. I'm glad you wrote. Between our little bit of information, I
may solve it yet. Are you interested in what I may find?

Pat

At 07:32 AM 12/16/2004, David & Diana Laufer wrote:
As there are some Furst s on a remote branch of my wife's family tree, I
could not resist responding to Patricia Weisshaus's
message, even though I am unable to answer her specific question.

According to this tree a Therese LOWY married a Moriz FURST
They had 2 children: Leo, Helene, who married a Dr. Lipa

Moriz FURST subsequently married Marie LOWY, Therese's sister.
I do not know the circumstances of the end of the first marriage; either
Therese died or divorced.
Moriz and Marie had 3 children: Mathilde, Robert and Emil
Mathilde married someone with the title VON FURST.
This could possibly be the marriage to a baron that Patricia mentioned.

Another sister of Therese and Marie, namely Emilie LOWY married a (Kaiser
Rab. ?) Samuel KOHNBERGER.
They had 6 children; 5 of them girls. The chidren were

Hermine married ??? SCHILLER
Irene married ??? TIRING or TIWING
Melanie married ??? HERMAN
Helene married ??? MISLAP
Martha married ??? STIASSNY
Max KOHNBERGER

I mention this because of similarity, but not identical, to Patricia's
reference to 6 sisters.

Regretfully, the chart showing this tree does not give any locations or
dates of the above mentioned.
The closest I can advise relates to Therese MELLER who was a first cousin
of the above LOWYs, and is my wife's ggrandmother
She was born in Raab (Gyor ?) on 15 August 1849 daughter of Markus MELLER
and Franziska nee LOWY.

I realise that the above information does not tie in with that of
Patricia's, but due to a couple of similarities I felt the need
to respond.

regards

David Laufer
Sydney, Australia






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Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: FURST family from Pecs, Baranya #hungary

Patricia J Weisshaus <patjw28@...>
 

Thank you so much for responding. I agree about the similarity of names. I
think I can take the association a little bit further. Yesterday I was
looking at the civil records for the Family History Roll that includes the
births for 1895-March 1896 in District VII. I found 5 Furst women:

Mathilde, 22 years old, married to Marton Weinberger 28, daughter Ilboyka
born 28 October, 1895
Netti, 28 years old, married to Ignacz Schwarz, 55, son David born 14
November, 1895
Katalin. 25 years old, married to Hubert Karoly Mayer, 30 years old,
daughter Anna born 4 January 1896
Sarlotta, 20 years old, married to Lipot Schwarz son Arpad born 11 January 1896
Antonia, 30 years old, married to Vilmos Laufer, son Josef, born 6 March 1896.

I'm getting more information every conversation that goes on between my
husband's brother, 82 years old, and his (my husband's) conversations with
his cousin who is 85. The brother normally lives in Budapest, but is in San
Francisco right now, and the cousin is in Australia.

One of the further bits was that there was a nephew of Josef's by the name
of Karoly, he says Furst. Unless one of the sisters married another Furst,
I don't believe it because that would mean a brother. They had a daughter
Ilonka who committed suicide.

One of the sister's was a man by the name of Perenyi who was a singer in
the opera and Tte husband of one of the sisters (no name) was a baron and
was not Jewish.

Interestis to note is that the only name the cousin recollects is Hermina
or Hermione, and Josef had a daughter named Sarlotta.

It could all be coincidence, but my feeling and hope is that these records
are a generation after the names that you've got. It is very time-consuming
to read these records. It took me 4 hours to go through one roll of film to
find these births,and that was only the VII District for 1895 into March
1896. I'm not sure I'm going beyond the Seventh District. I was looking for
anyone with the name of Furst and came up with no Furst men in District VII
at that time. The cousin insists that all six sisters were older than
Josef. and I have ordered the Family Histroy Library birth and marriage
records for Pecs in Baranya county, which is where Josef came from, and I
hope they will answer more questions.

We'll keep looking and maybe get this organized yet.

Thanks again. I'm glad you wrote. Between our little bit of information, I
may solve it yet. Are you interested in what I may find?

Pat

At 07:32 AM 12/16/2004, David & Diana Laufer wrote:
As there are some Furst s on a remote branch of my wife's family tree, I
could not resist responding to Patricia Weisshaus's
message, even though I am unable to answer her specific question.

According to this tree a Therese LOWY married a Moriz FURST
They had 2 children: Leo, Helene, who married a Dr. Lipa

Moriz FURST subsequently married Marie LOWY, Therese's sister.
I do not know the circumstances of the end of the first marriage; either
Therese died or divorced.
Moriz and Marie had 3 children: Mathilde, Robert and Emil
Mathilde married someone with the title VON FURST.
This could possibly be the marriage to a baron that Patricia mentioned.

Another sister of Therese and Marie, namely Emilie LOWY married a (Kaiser
Rab. ?) Samuel KOHNBERGER.
They had 6 children; 5 of them girls. The chidren were

Hermine married ??? SCHILLER
Irene married ??? TIRING or TIWING
Melanie married ??? HERMAN
Helene married ??? MISLAP
Martha married ??? STIASSNY
Max KOHNBERGER

I mention this because of similarity, but not identical, to Patricia's
reference to 6 sisters.

Regretfully, the chart showing this tree does not give any locations or
dates of the above mentioned.
The closest I can advise relates to Therese MELLER who was a first cousin
of the above LOWYs, and is my wife's ggrandmother
She was born in Raab (Gyor ?) on 15 August 1849 daughter of Markus MELLER
and Franziska nee LOWY.

I realise that the above information does not tie in with that of
Patricia's, but due to a couple of similarities I felt the need
to respond.

regards

David Laufer
Sydney, Australia






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Re: Seeking Speakers for the Annual IAJGS Conf #hungary

Meyer Denn <meyersdenn@...>
 

I would VERY much suggest that you consider bringing Jan Hlavinka to speak.
He is an AMAZING young man who works for the Institute for National Memory
of Slovakia. This is a quasi-governmental agency that was set up by the
Slovak National government to expose the crimes of the Slovak Fascist state
during the war, as well as the Communist regime >from 1948-1991. He is
EXTREMELY knowledgable about the Jewish community in Slovakia during and
before this period.

He has a website which specifically related to the Jewish Community of
Medzilaborce County (where Jan was born), but his span of knowledge
encompasses all of Slovakia.

His website address is: http://www.moly.sk/jcml/

and his email address is: j-hlavinka@...

Best regards,

Meyer Denn
Los Angeles, CA
meyersdenn@...


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Subject: Seeking Speakers for the Annual IAJGS Conf
From: vkahn@...
Date: Sat, 18 Dec 2004 21:40:06 -0800
X-Message-Number: 5

Dear All,

We're looking for speakers on topics of interest to H-SIG members to
participate in the July 2005 IAJGS conference in Las Vegas.

John (Janos) Kovacs >from Michigan has suggested that we invite Prof.
Howard Lupovich, professor of Jewish studies at Colby College currently
on leave in Michigan who is an expert on Hungarian Jewish history and
the author of a forthcoming book entitled "Jews on the Hungarian
Frontier: Tradition and Accommodation in an Age of Nobility" . Prof.
Lupovich is also writing a history of the Jews of Budapest. His Colby
lectures include: Jews of Hungary and the Habsburg Empire, Modern
Jewish history of central and east-central Europe, The Revolution of
1848, etc. Although Prof. Lupovich is not Hungarian, he speaks the
language and has done first hand research in Hungary.

I understand that at this time the conference has not lined up any
experts who specialize in Hungarian-Slovak Jewish history. Would you
be interested in hearing >from Prof. Lupovich? What kind of speakers
and topics would you all be interested in hearing? Would you be
willing to contribute to help cover expenses so we could invite guests
from Hungary, Slovakia, and Transylvania? We will take responses on
list so members have an opportunity to read and comment on suggestions.

Vivian Kahn, H-SIG coordinator


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Seeking Speakers for the Annual IAJGS Conf #hungary

Meyer Denn <meyersdenn@...>
 

I would VERY much suggest that you consider bringing Jan Hlavinka to speak.
He is an AMAZING young man who works for the Institute for National Memory
of Slovakia. This is a quasi-governmental agency that was set up by the
Slovak National government to expose the crimes of the Slovak Fascist state
during the war, as well as the Communist regime >from 1948-1991. He is
EXTREMELY knowledgable about the Jewish community in Slovakia during and
before this period.

He has a website which specifically related to the Jewish Community of
Medzilaborce County (where Jan was born), but his span of knowledge
encompasses all of Slovakia.

His website address is: http://www.moly.sk/jcml/

and his email address is: j-hlavinka@...

Best regards,

Meyer Denn
Los Angeles, CA
meyersdenn@...


----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Seeking Speakers for the Annual IAJGS Conf
From: vkahn@...
Date: Sat, 18 Dec 2004 21:40:06 -0800
X-Message-Number: 5

Dear All,

We're looking for speakers on topics of interest to H-SIG members to
participate in the July 2005 IAJGS conference in Las Vegas.

John (Janos) Kovacs >from Michigan has suggested that we invite Prof.
Howard Lupovich, professor of Jewish studies at Colby College currently
on leave in Michigan who is an expert on Hungarian Jewish history and
the author of a forthcoming book entitled "Jews on the Hungarian
Frontier: Tradition and Accommodation in an Age of Nobility" . Prof.
Lupovich is also writing a history of the Jews of Budapest. His Colby
lectures include: Jews of Hungary and the Habsburg Empire, Modern
Jewish history of central and east-central Europe, The Revolution of
1848, etc. Although Prof. Lupovich is not Hungarian, he speaks the
language and has done first hand research in Hungary.

I understand that at this time the conference has not lined up any
experts who specialize in Hungarian-Slovak Jewish history. Would you
be interested in hearing >from Prof. Lupovich? What kind of speakers
and topics would you all be interested in hearing? Would you be
willing to contribute to help cover expenses so we could invite guests
from Hungary, Slovakia, and Transylvania? We will take responses on
list so members have an opportunity to read and comment on suggestions.

Vivian Kahn, H-SIG coordinator


Cross Reference Update #hungary

Carol J. Robinson <caroljr@...>
 

Hi Everyone,

This was a slower week for the cross reference guide. We have completed
538 towns so far, and we are still processing towns >from Maramaros. As
a reminder, you can find information about the project at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Hungary/Crossreference.html. I'm still
planning to pass the list on for the final step at the end of December -
adding the synogogue where births, marriages and deaths were recorded.

JewishGen provided us with a list of Hungarian, Slovakian and Croatian
towns listed by members in the JewishGen Family Finder. We did not do
this for Romania and the Ukraine because too many of the towns are
outside the H-SIG area. The following towns are those that have not yet
been submitted to the best of my knowledge. If your town is listed
below, it will only get added to the cross reference guide if you
provide the information. So review the list and consider taking the
time to submit information about your town by following the instructions
at the website (or feel free to ask me for help).

Thanks to everyone who submitted this week.

Regards,

Carol Robinson
H-SIG Research Coordinator
caroljr@...
Alameda, CA

Abranovce Slov
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Totkomlos Hung
Totujfalu Hung
Trebisov Slov
Trecianske Teplice Slov
Trencianske Teplice Slov
Trencianskie Slov
Trhova Hradska Slov
Trieste Croa
Trstin Slov
Tujir Hung
Tunyog Slov
Turje Hung
Turnov Slov
Turokszentmiklos Hung
Tuzser Hung
Tvrdosovce Slov
Tyukod Hung
Ubla Slov
Ubrez Slov
Udavske Slov
Uhersky Brod Slov
Ujfalu Slov
Ujlok Hung
Ulic Slov
Ulicske Krive Slov
Ulie Hung
Unin Slov
Ura Hung
Uszka Hung
Uzhorod Hun Hung
Uzshorov Hung
Vac Slov
Vagbeszterce Slov
Vagveczi Slov
Vajdacska Hung
Val Hung
Valaska Bela Slov
Vallaj Hung
Valpovo Croa
Vamos Hung
Vamosatya Hung
Vamospercs Hung
Vamosujfalu Hung
Vanovka Slov
Vapenik Slov
Varazdin Croa
Varechovce Slov
Varpalota Hung
Varsad Hung
Vazsoly Hung
Veca Slov
Velicna Slov
Velka Domasa Slov
Velka Polana Slov
Velke Chyndice Slov
Velke Levare Slov
Velke Raskovce Slov
Velke Trakany Slov
Velky Bobrovec Slov
Velky Grob Slov
Velky Hores Slov
Velky Kazimir Slov
Velky Lipnik Slov
Velky Meder Slov
Velky Saris Slov
Verbau Slov
Verbo Slov
Verschutz Hung
Vertesszolos Hung
Vestprim Hung
Veszpremvarsany Hung
Veszto Hung
Vindornyaszolos Hung
Vinica Croa
Vinkovci Croa
Vinne Slov
Virovitca Croa
Virovitica Croa
Vis Hung
Vislava Slov
Vislok Hung
Visnov Slov
Visnove Slov
Visoko Croa
Viss Hung
Vitaz Slov
Vitrovicita Croa
Vizsoly Hung
Vojnatina Slov
Vojnice Slov
Vola Slov
Voradish Hung
Vrbnica Slov
Vrbove Slov
Vrbovec Slov
Vukovar Croa
Vydran Slov
Vyrava Slov
Vysna Rybnica Slov
Vysne Revistia Slov
Vysny Komarnik Slov
Warholz Slov
Zabokreki Slov
Zabreh Slov
Zadar Croa
Zagreb Croa
Zahony Hung
Zakopcie Slov
Zakopesa Slov
Zalaegerszeg Hung
Zalalovo Hung
Zaldederszberg Hung
Zamutov Slov
Zatmar Hung
Zbehnow Slov
Zboj Slov
Zbudska Biala Slov
Zbudske Dlhe Slov
Zbudza Slov
Zdiar Slov
Zelene Slov
Zelenec Slov
Zemanska Kert Slov
Zemianske Kostolany Slov
Zemplen Hung
Zemplenagard Hung
Zemplin Slov
Zemplinska Teplica Slov
Zemplinske Hradiste Slov
Zemplinske Kopcany Slov
Zemplinsky Branc Slov
Zeteny Slov
Zibbenbersen Hung
Zimbrun Hung
Zitna Radisa Slov
Zlkovce Slov
Zlobin Croa
Zsambek Hung
Zseflava Slov

Moderator: Please contact Carol off-list if you have data to add to the geographical cross reference list.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Cross Reference Update #hungary

Carol J. Robinson <caroljr@...>
 

Hi Everyone,

This was a slower week for the cross reference guide. We have completed
538 towns so far, and we are still processing towns >from Maramaros. As
a reminder, you can find information about the project at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Hungary/Crossreference.html. I'm still
planning to pass the list on for the final step at the end of December -
adding the synogogue where births, marriages and deaths were recorded.

JewishGen provided us with a list of Hungarian, Slovakian and Croatian
towns listed by members in the JewishGen Family Finder. We did not do
this for Romania and the Ukraine because too many of the towns are
outside the H-SIG area. The following towns are those that have not yet
been submitted to the best of my knowledge. If your town is listed
below, it will only get added to the cross reference guide if you
provide the information. So review the list and consider taking the
time to submit information about your town by following the instructions
at the website (or feel free to ask me for help).

Thanks to everyone who submitted this week.

Regards,

Carol Robinson
H-SIG Research Coordinator
caroljr@...
Alameda, CA

Abranovce Slov
Abadszalok Hung
Abaujker Hung
Abaujvar Hung
Abronesos Slov
Acs Teszer Hung
Acsteszer Hung
Adamovske Kohanovce Slov
Adasztevel Hung
Almosd Hung
Alsobadurbokor Hung
Alsoberecki Hung
Alsoregmec Hung
Alsoszuha Hung
Alsovadasz Hung
Altofen Hung
Anarcs Hung
Andros Shevitz Hung
Antunovac Croa
Apagy Hung
Apati Hung
Apostag Hung
Arpas Hung
Bab Slov
Babarc Hung
Babin Potok Slov
Babocsa Hung
Bacsalmas Hung
Bagamer Hung
Bagod Hung
Baja Hung
Bajansenye Hung
Baka Slov
Bakca Hung
Bakonybank Hung
Bakonygyirot Hung
Bakonykoppany Hung
Bakonynana Hung
Bakonyszombathely Hung
Baktaloranthaza Hung
Balassagyarmat Hung
Balatonakali Hung
Balatonboglar Hung
Balatonendred Hung
Balatonfured Hung
Balatonszolos Hung
Balatontur Hung
Balsa Hung
Banfalva Hung
Banovina Croa
Banska Bystrica Slov
Banska Stiavnica Slov
Banya Hung
Barabas Hung
Barancs Slov
Baranyaszentgyorgy Hung
Barcs Hung
Barna Hung
Barsonyos Hung
Batis Hung
Batorkeszi Slov
Batorove Kosihy Slov
Battonya Hung
Bazje Croa
Becsehely Hung
Becske Hung
Bejelova Croa
Bekecs Hung
Bekes Hung
Bekesszentandras Hung
Bela Nad Cirochou Slov
Belecska Hung
Beled Hung
Beleg Hung
Belina Slov
Belusa Slov
Benadikovce Slov
Benatina Slov
Benye Hung
Bereg Keveszed Hung
Beregsurany Hung
Bertotovce Slov
Berzence Hung
Bezo Slov
Biel Slov
Biely Vrch Slov
Biharnagybajom Hung
Bisag Croa
Bistrica Croa
Bjelina Croa
Bjelovar Croa
Bobot Slov
Bobrovec Slov
Bodoge Hung
Bodrogolaszi Hung
Bodruzal Slov
Bogdanovce Slov
Bohdanovce Slov
Bojnice Slov
Bokkosd Hung
Boldva Hung
Boleslav Slov
Bolyar Slov
Bombard Hung
Borov Slov
Borsky Mikulas Slov
Borsky Svaty Jur Slov
Borza Hung
Bos Hung
Bosany Slov
Bosarkany Hung
Bovely Hung
Brac Croa
Branc Slov
Brestov Slov
Brestovany Slov
Bretejovce Slov
Brezina Slov
Brezova Pod Bradlom Slov
Brezovica Slov
Bridszowicz Hung
Brusnica Slov
Brzevic Hung
Bucsuszentlaszlo Hung
Budafok Hung
Budajeno Hung
Budimir Slov
Budkovce Slov
Buj Hung
Bukkabrany Hung
Buzica Slov
Buzinka Slov
Bystrany Slov
Bystre Slov
Caka Slov
Cakovec Croa
Calomija Slov
Calovec Slov
Calovo Slov
Cana Slov
Cary Slov
Casta Slov
Castkovce Slov
Cecejovce Slov
Cechova Slov
Cejkov Slov
Celldomolk Hung
Cemerne Slov
Cered Hung
Cernien Slov
Certizna Slov
Certizne Slov
Chard Croa
Chernovich Hung
Chertiznia Slov
Chmelovec Slov
Chonkovce Slov
Chotca Slov
Chtelnica Slov
Cicarovce Slov
Cicov Slov
Cierna Slov
Cierny Brod Slov
Cigelka Slov
Cinkota Hung
Circ Slov
Cluj Hung
Cruszinai Hung
Csabrendek Hung
Csanad Hung
Csanadpalota Hung
Csanig Hung
Csany Hung
Csaroda Hung
Csatadulo Hung
Csatka Hung
Csehimindszent Hung
Csehipuszta Hung
Cseke Hung
Csenger Hung
Csengersima Hung
Csesztreg Hung
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Csokmo Hung
Csongrad Hung
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Csorna Hung
Csurgo Hung
Cyivikiyfalol Hung
Czaki Gorbo Hung
Czecze Hung
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Dabas Hung
Dabrony Hung
Dapalovce Slov
Dara Slov
Darany Hung
Deisz Hung
Denglaz Hung
Derevbrotow Hung
Detkovac Croa
Devavanya Hung
Dezerice Slov
Dhle Nad Cirochou Slov
Diosbereny Hung
Diosgyor Hung
Diosig Hung
Diszel Hung
Djakovo Croa
Dlha Slov
Dlhe Klcovo Slov
Dlhe Nad Cirochou Slov
Dlhe Pole Slov
Dluhe Kulcova Slov
Dobra Slov
Dobra Nad Ondavou Slov
Dolne Oresany Slov
Dolny Stal Slov
Domahaza Hung
Domanis Slov
Dombovar Hung
Domoslov Hung
Dorgicse Hung
Dormand Hung
Dragova Hung
Drahnov Slov
Drahov Slov
Dravce Slov
Drietoma Slov
Dubrava Slov
Dubravka Slov
Dubrovnic Croa
Dubrovnik Croa
Dudar Hung
Dulova Ves Slov
Duna Hung
Dunaharaszti Hung
Durkov Slov
Dvorec Slov
Dyerbo Slov
Dyorrmut Hung
Egerbakta Hung
Egerszog Hung
Egres Slov
Egyek Hung
Elohatitanya Hung
Encsencs Hung
Endrod Hung
Eperjes Hung
Eperjeske Hung
Erdobenye Hung
Erdokurt Hung
Ermehayfova Hung
Esztar Hung
Farnad Slov
Fegyvernek Hung
Fekete Ardo Hung
Felsonyarad Hung
Felsopahok Hung
Felsorajk Hung
Felsoregec Hung
Felsoregmec Hung
Felsotelek Hung
Foldeak Hung
Foldes Hung
Fricska Slov
Frydek Mistek Slov
Fulesd Hung
Furta Hung
Fuzesgyarmat Hung
Gaboltov Slov
Gajary Slov
Galgamacsa Hung
Galszecs Hung
Ganech Slov
Gava Vencsello Hung
Gbelany Slov
Gbely Slov
Gegeny Hung
Gelenes Hung
Gemer Slov
Gemzse Hung
Gesztered Hung
Godollo Hung
Gola Croa
Golop Hung
Goncruszka Hung
Gonez Abauj Hung
Gorgeteg Hung
Gorican Croa
Gotalovo Croa
Gulacs Hung
Gutorfolde Hung
Guyetz Hung
Gyarmat Hung
Gyertyamos Hung
Gyomore Hung
Gyomro Hung
Gyongyosmellek Hung
Gyongyospata Hung
Gyorasszonyfa Hung
Gyormore Hung
Gyorszemere Hung
Gyula Hung
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Habura Slov
Hahot Hung
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Haligovce Slov
Hamborek Slov
Handlova Slov
Hangacs Hung
Hanusovce Nad Toplou Slov
Harc Hung
Harsfolva Hung
Harta Hung
Hazin Slov
Hejobaba Hung
Herend Hung
Hermanovce Slov
Hertnik Slov
Hetes Hung
Hidvegardo Hung
Hlinik Slov
Hlohovce Slov
Hniezdne Slov
Hodmezovasarhely Hung
Holubina Hung
Horinch Hung
Horincovo Hung
Horne Saliby Slov
Horny Bar Slov
Hrabkor Slov
Hrabkov Slov
Hrabske Slov
Hradiste Slov
Hruby sur Slov
Hubina Slov
Hummenolka Slov
Hummine Slov
Hurbanovo Slov
Ibrany Hung
Igar Hung
Ilk Hung
Ilok Croa
Inacovce Slov
Iregszemcse Hung
Irsa Hung
Istenmezeje Hung
Ivancice Hung
Ivanka Slov
Iza Hung
Izsofalva Hung
Jablonec Slov
Jablonica Slov
Jablonov Nad Turnou Slov
Jacovce Slov
Jand Hung
Janik Slov
Janiky Slov
Janoshaza Hung
Janov Slov
Jarovnice Slov
Jasd Hung
Jasov Slov
Jastrabie pri Michal Slov
Jaszapati Hung
Jaszarokszallas Hung
Jercheliget Hung
Jerchenliget Hung
Josvafo Hung
Jur Nad Hronom Slov
Kaba Hung
Kajar Hung
Kajaszo Hung
Kajdacs Hung
Kalinovo Slov
Kallosemjen Hung
Kalocsa Hung
Kantorjanosi Hung
Kanya Hung
Kanyar Hung
Kapolcs Hung
Kaposszeksco Hung
Karad Hung
Karako Hung
Karasz Hung
Karcag Hung
Karlovac Croa
Kassa Hung
Kazimir Slov
Kazincbarcika Hung
Kecel Hung
Kecerovske Peklany Slov
Kek Hung
Keked Hung
Kekko Slov
Kerecsend Hung
Kerester Slov
Kersemjen Hung
Kety Hung
Kevermes Hung
Kezsmark Slov
Kiralyhaza Hung
Kis Dobrony Hung
Kis Marja Hung
Kis Paka Slov
Kis Sitke Hung
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Kisar Hung
Kisber Hung
Kiskore Hung
Kiskunlachaza Hung
Kismarton Hung
Kisnameny Hung
Kispest Hung
Kisterenye Hung
Kisvarsany Hung
Klein / Bistritz Hung
Kocsord Hung
Kohanovce Slov
Koksov Baksa Slov
Kolarovo Slov
Kolbasov Slov
Kolcse Hung
Kolibabovce Slov
Koliboboice Slov
Kolinany Slov
Komadet Hung
Komadi Hung
Komarocz Slov
Komarov Slov
Komjat Hung
Komjati Hung
Komjatice Slov
Komloska Hung
Komoro Hung
Kondorfa Hung
Konus Slov
Konyus Slov
Kopanyszanto Hung
Kopocsapati Hung
Koprivnica Croa
Korlat Hung
Korom Hung
Koromla Slov
Korosladany Hung
Kosolna Slov
Kospice Slov
Kostolna pri Dunaji Slov
Kotaj Hung
Kotar Croa
Kotcse Hung
Koteshova Slov
Kovacsvagas Hung
Kovagoors Hung
Kovalov Slov
Koveskal Hung
Kozuchovce Slov
Krajina Slov
Krajna Porubka Slov
Kralova Slov
Krasna Horvath Hung
Krasnovce Slov
Krasny Brod Slov
Krasznokvajda Hung
Kravany Slov
Krechna Hung
Kremnica Slov
Kristy Slov
Kriszti Slov
Kriva Olyka Slov
Krize Slov
Krizovany Nad Dudnahom Slov
Krk Croa
Krompach Slov
Krompachy Slov
Kubra Slov
Kuchyna Slov
Kuklov Slov
Kunagota Hung
Kund Hung
Kunjerad Slov
Kunszentmarton Hung
Kurd Hung
Kurima Slov
Kuzmice Slov
Kvacany Slov
Kvakovce Slov
Ladany Hung
Ladmovce Slov
Ladomer Slov
Laksarska Slov
Laksarska Nova Ves Slov
Lapas Gyarmat Hung
Lapos Hung
Laskod Hung
Lastomir Slov
Lastovce Slov
Lasz Hung
Lebeny St Miklos Hung
Legrad Croa
Legyesbenye Hung
Leles Slov
Lenartov Slov
Lenes Hung
Lengyeltoti Hung
Lenti Hung
Lestiny Slov
Letavertes Hung
Levoca Slov
Licartovce Slov
Lieskova Slov
Lipjiani Kriviani Slov
Lipnick Nad Becvou Slov
Lipova Slov
Liptoszentandras Slov
Liptovska Tepla Slov
Liptovske Matiasovce Slov
Liptovsky Hradok Slov
Liptovsky Jan Slov
Liptovsky Mikulas Slov
Liptovsky Ondrej Slov
Liszko Hung
Litmanova Slov
Litomysl Slov
Lochens Hung
Lopuchov Slov
Losonec Slov
Lovopetri Hung
Lubotice Slov
Ludbreg Croa
Ludrova Slov
Lukacovce Slov
Lukov Slov
Lysa Nad Dunajcom Slov
Lyubotin Slov
Macko Hung
Madalafish Hung
Madlafish Hung
Maglod Hung
Magocs Hung
Magyargencs Hung
Magyarhertelend Hung
Magyarkeszi Hung
Majerovce Slov
Makarska Croa
Makkoshotyka Hung
Mala Paka Slov
Mala Trna Slov
Malacky Slov
Malcice Slov
Malcov Slov
Malczo Slov
Male Trakany Slov
Mali Losinj Croa
Maly Hores Slov
Malyberzeny Slov
Marcali Hung
Margecany Slov
Mariapocs Hung
Marmorsher Hung
Mateszalka Hung
Medvilaborec Slov
Megyaszo Hung
Mehtelek Hung
Meleghegy Hung
Melykut Hung
Mende Hung
Merk Hung
Mestisko Slov
Meszokovesd Hung
Mezokovesd Hung
Mezoladany Hung
Michaelovce Slov
Michalany Slov
Michalovice Slov
Mikepercs Hung
Miklostelek Slov
Mikohaza Hung
Mikohaza Slov
Mikova Slov
Mikulasov Slov
Mikulov Slov
Milhost Slov
Milhostov Slov
Mindszent Hung
Mirasov Slov
Moca Slov
Moce Slov
Mocenok Slov
Mojmirovce Slov
Mojs Slov
Molve Croa
Monor Hung
Monostor Hung
Monostorpalyi Hung
Monoszlo Hung
Moragy Hung
Moravske Lieskove Slov
Morish Varsharhey Hung
Mrazovce Slov
Mudjovitz Slov
Mudyerotska Slov
Nadbiche Hung
Nadlac Hung
Nagov Slov
Nagy Bobroc Slov
Nagy Borsanyi Hung
Nagy Dobrony Hung
Nagy Kamaras Hung
Nagy Monoyfalu Hung
Nagyatad Hung
Nagybajom Hung
Nagycsecs Hung
Nagydobos Hung
Nagyfalu Hung
Nagykiraly Hung
Nagylak Hung
Nagyleta Hung
Nagymegyer Hung
Nagymihaly Slov
Nagyrozvagy Hung
Nagyteteny Hung
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Nasice Croa
Nay Hung
Nechvalova Polianka Slov
Neded Slov
Nededza Slov
Nemes Kert Slov
Nemes Kosze Hung
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Neuhaeusel Slov
Niergebe Hung
Niklasov Slov
Nimnita Slov
Nizny Komarnik Slov
Nizny Orlik Slov
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Nodechecd Hung
Nova Gradiska Croa
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Nove Mesto Slov
Novigrad Podravski Croa
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Nytra Slov
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Okoc Slov
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OR Hung
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Ubrez Slov
Udavske Slov
Uhersky Brod Slov
Ujfalu Slov
Ujlok Hung
Ulic Slov
Ulicske Krive Slov
Ulie Hung
Unin Slov
Ura Hung
Uszka Hung
Uzhorod Hun Hung
Uzshorov Hung
Vac Slov
Vagbeszterce Slov
Vagveczi Slov
Vajdacska Hung
Val Hung
Valaska Bela Slov
Vallaj Hung
Valpovo Croa
Vamos Hung
Vamosatya Hung
Vamospercs Hung
Vamosujfalu Hung
Vanovka Slov
Vapenik Slov
Varazdin Croa
Varechovce Slov
Varpalota Hung
Varsad Hung
Vazsoly Hung
Veca Slov
Velicna Slov
Velka Domasa Slov
Velka Polana Slov
Velke Chyndice Slov
Velke Levare Slov
Velke Raskovce Slov
Velke Trakany Slov
Velky Bobrovec Slov
Velky Grob Slov
Velky Hores Slov
Velky Kazimir Slov
Velky Lipnik Slov
Velky Meder Slov
Velky Saris Slov
Verbau Slov
Verbo Slov
Verschutz Hung
Vertesszolos Hung
Vestprim Hung
Veszpremvarsany Hung
Veszto Hung
Vindornyaszolos Hung
Vinica Croa
Vinkovci Croa
Vinne Slov
Virovitca Croa
Virovitica Croa
Vis Hung
Vislava Slov
Vislok Hung
Visnov Slov
Visnove Slov
Visoko Croa
Viss Hung
Vitaz Slov
Vitrovicita Croa
Vizsoly Hung
Vojnatina Slov
Vojnice Slov
Vola Slov
Voradish Hung
Vrbnica Slov
Vrbove Slov
Vrbovec Slov
Vukovar Croa
Vydran Slov
Vyrava Slov
Vysna Rybnica Slov
Vysne Revistia Slov
Vysny Komarnik Slov
Warholz Slov
Zabokreki Slov
Zabreh Slov
Zadar Croa
Zagreb Croa
Zahony Hung
Zakopcie Slov
Zakopesa Slov
Zalaegerszeg Hung
Zalalovo Hung
Zaldederszberg Hung
Zamutov Slov
Zatmar Hung
Zbehnow Slov
Zboj Slov
Zbudska Biala Slov
Zbudske Dlhe Slov
Zbudza Slov
Zdiar Slov
Zelene Slov
Zelenec Slov
Zemanska Kert Slov
Zemianske Kostolany Slov
Zemplen Hung
Zemplenagard Hung
Zemplin Slov
Zemplinska Teplica Slov
Zemplinske Hradiste Slov
Zemplinske Kopcany Slov
Zemplinsky Branc Slov
Zeteny Slov
Zibbenbersen Hung
Zimbrun Hung
Zitna Radisa Slov
Zlkovce Slov
Zlobin Croa
Zsambek Hung
Zseflava Slov

Moderator: Please contact Carol off-list if you have data to add to the geographical cross reference list.


Re: Seeking Speakers for the Annual IAJGS Conf #hungary

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

Dear Vivian,
YES, we would like very much to hear the lecture of Prof. Howard Lupovich.
We don't know him but his subject is very important. I am researching my
family in the 18th and 19th centuries in various citties and villages in
Hungary including Budapest, more accurately in the city of Obuda which
became part of Budapest together with Buda and Pest.
Best regards
Ida and Joseph

Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz
Dr. Ida Selavan Schwarcz

Moderator: Comments and suggestions about speakers and events are appreciated. Even if you can't travel to Las Vegas (which is very inexpensive relative to other US conference locations), we hope to make info >from the conference available to those far away.

-----Original Message-----
From: vkahn@... [mailto:vkahn@...]
Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2004 8:40 AM
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] Seeking Speakers for the Annual IAJGS Conf


Dear All,

We're looking for speakers on topics of interest to H-SIG members to
participate in the July 2005 IAJGS conference in Las Vegas.

John (Janos) Kovacs >from Michigan has suggested that we invite Prof.
Howard Lupovich, professor of Jewish studies at Colby College currently
on leave in Michigan who is an expert on Hungarian Jewish history and
the author of a forthcoming book entitled "Jews on the Hungarian
Frontier: Tradition and Accommodation in an Age of Nobility" . Prof.
Lupovich is also writing a history of the Jews of Budapest. His Colby
lectures include: Jews of Hungary and the Habsburg Empire, Modern
Jewish history of central and east-central Europe, The Revolution of
1848, etc. Although Prof. Lupovich is not Hungarian, he speaks the
language and has done first hand research in Hungary.

I understand that at this time the conference has not lined up any
experts who specialize in Hungarian-Slovak Jewish history. Would you
be interested in hearing >from Prof. Lupovich? What kind of speakers
and topics would you all be interested in hearing? Would you be
willing to contribute to help cover expenses so we could invite guests
from Hungary, Slovakia, and Transylvania? We will take responses on
list so members have an opportunity to read and comment on suggestions.

Vivian Kahn, H-SIG coordinator


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Seeking Speakers for the Annual IAJGS Conf #hungary

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

Dear Vivian,
YES, we would like very much to hear the lecture of Prof. Howard Lupovich.
We don't know him but his subject is very important. I am researching my
family in the 18th and 19th centuries in various citties and villages in
Hungary including Budapest, more accurately in the city of Obuda which
became part of Budapest together with Buda and Pest.
Best regards
Ida and Joseph

Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz
Dr. Ida Selavan Schwarcz

Moderator: Comments and suggestions about speakers and events are appreciated. Even if you can't travel to Las Vegas (which is very inexpensive relative to other US conference locations), we hope to make info >from the conference available to those far away.

-----Original Message-----
From: vkahn@... [mailto:vkahn@...]
Sent: Sunday, December 19, 2004 8:40 AM
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] Seeking Speakers for the Annual IAJGS Conf


Dear All,

We're looking for speakers on topics of interest to H-SIG members to
participate in the July 2005 IAJGS conference in Las Vegas.

John (Janos) Kovacs >from Michigan has suggested that we invite Prof.
Howard Lupovich, professor of Jewish studies at Colby College currently
on leave in Michigan who is an expert on Hungarian Jewish history and
the author of a forthcoming book entitled "Jews on the Hungarian
Frontier: Tradition and Accommodation in an Age of Nobility" . Prof.
Lupovich is also writing a history of the Jews of Budapest. His Colby
lectures include: Jews of Hungary and the Habsburg Empire, Modern
Jewish history of central and east-central Europe, The Revolution of
1848, etc. Although Prof. Lupovich is not Hungarian, he speaks the
language and has done first hand research in Hungary.

I understand that at this time the conference has not lined up any
experts who specialize in Hungarian-Slovak Jewish history. Would you
be interested in hearing >from Prof. Lupovich? What kind of speakers
and topics would you all be interested in hearing? Would you be
willing to contribute to help cover expenses so we could invite guests
from Hungary, Slovakia, and Transylvania? We will take responses on
list so members have an opportunity to read and comment on suggestions.

Vivian Kahn, H-SIG coordinator