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Re: Reading a US census record #general

Adelle Gloger
 

Dear Genners,

On Aug.6,2005, meowkatt2002@tds.net (who does not give his/ her
location) asked about finding a relative on the "1930 Chicago census", which
I assume to be the 1930 US Federal Census. The question was also asked, "Is
there a free site I can look this up on? What is on the census form?"

I would suggest that this person (or anyone else) contact their local
library to inquire if that library system subscribes to the ProQuest Ancestry
Library Edition. This can be accessed only via the library's internet computers.
There is no cost involved. Most of what is available on the commercial site by
subscription only is available on the Library Edition. I was able to access
the Immigration records, and found my ggrandmother arriving at the Port of
Philadelphia in 1906. I made a copy of the passenger manifest. It was free. Of
course, I had to go to the library.

The writer also wanted to know what was on the census form. The writer ( and
others) can go to the commercial site and print copies of blank census forms
for *all* years. >from the home page click on any census year link and then
on the next screen there is a link to the census forms.

I might have been able to give more definitive information had I known where
the writer was located -- USA (city and State), Canada, Europe, etc.

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Cleveland, Ohio
agloger@aol.com


Re: Blank Forms for 1911 Canada Census #general

bud484bg@...
 

Does anyone know if there are blank forms available for the 1911 Canada
Census, similar to those for the U.S. Census Forms?
These would be helpful in recording the census information.

Thanks in advance.

Beatrice Markel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Reading a US census record #general

Adelle Gloger
 

Dear Genners,

On Aug.6,2005, meowkatt2002@tds.net (who does not give his/ her
location) asked about finding a relative on the "1930 Chicago census", which
I assume to be the 1930 US Federal Census. The question was also asked, "Is
there a free site I can look this up on? What is on the census form?"

I would suggest that this person (or anyone else) contact their local
library to inquire if that library system subscribes to the ProQuest Ancestry
Library Edition. This can be accessed only via the library's internet computers.
There is no cost involved. Most of what is available on the commercial site by
subscription only is available on the Library Edition. I was able to access
the Immigration records, and found my ggrandmother arriving at the Port of
Philadelphia in 1906. I made a copy of the passenger manifest. It was free. Of
course, I had to go to the library.

The writer also wanted to know what was on the census form. The writer ( and
others) can go to the commercial site and print copies of blank census forms
for *all* years. >from the home page click on any census year link and then
on the next screen there is a link to the census forms.

I might have been able to give more definitive information had I known where
the writer was located -- USA (city and State), Canada, Europe, etc.

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Cleveland, Ohio
agloger@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re:Blank Forms for 1911 Canada Census #general

bud484bg@...
 

Does anyone know if there are blank forms available for the 1911 Canada
Census, similar to those for the U.S. Census Forms?
These would be helpful in recording the census information.

Thanks in advance.

Beatrice Markel


The books have been published in Germany. #lithuania

Anatoly Chayesh <chayesh@...>
 

Dear Litvaks,

I am making a research on the Jewish history of Zeimelis (Lithuania)
relating to the period of June to August of 1941. I have to study
materials on military actions on the Northwest front around Shaulyai
from June 22 to July 9, 1941 to understand better how it might happen
that about a quarter of the local Jews could safely flew to the East.
The corps of the German first army occupied Shaulyai on June 26, 1941.
That time the corps consisted of 1st, 11th, and 21st infantry divisions.
I have the book describing the fighting way of the 21st infantry
division. I need to get pages of books about the fighting way of 1st and
11th infantry divisions >from June 22 to July 9, 1941. These books have
been published in Germany. Their titles are:

1) Die 1. Ostpreu?ische Infanterie-Division.

Werner Richter, Eigenverlag, 1975, 190 pages;

2) Weg und Schicksal der 11. Infanterie-Division.

Werner Buxa, Podzun, 1952, 163 pages.

Whoever of the Jews living in Germany could help me to get copies of
these pages. I will be deeply grateful. My publications will appear in
the Internet.

Anatolij Chayesh

St. Petersburg, Russia

chayesh@pop3.rcom.ru

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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania The books have been published in Germany. #lithuania

Anatoly Chayesh <chayesh@...>
 

Dear Litvaks,

I am making a research on the Jewish history of Zeimelis (Lithuania)
relating to the period of June to August of 1941. I have to study
materials on military actions on the Northwest front around Shaulyai
from June 22 to July 9, 1941 to understand better how it might happen
that about a quarter of the local Jews could safely flew to the East.
The corps of the German first army occupied Shaulyai on June 26, 1941.
That time the corps consisted of 1st, 11th, and 21st infantry divisions.
I have the book describing the fighting way of the 21st infantry
division. I need to get pages of books about the fighting way of 1st and
11th infantry divisions >from June 22 to July 9, 1941. These books have
been published in Germany. Their titles are:

1) Die 1. Ostpreu?ische Infanterie-Division.

Werner Richter, Eigenverlag, 1975, 190 pages;

2) Weg und Schicksal der 11. Infanterie-Division.

Werner Buxa, Podzun, 1952, 163 pages.

Whoever of the Jews living in Germany could help me to get copies of
these pages. I will be deeply grateful. My publications will appear in
the Internet.

Anatolij Chayesh

St. Petersburg, Russia

chayesh@pop3.rcom.ru

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Lazday or Braunholtz #lithuania

Mara Fein <maraharv@...>
 

Can anyone advise how I would try to find records about my Friedman or
Braunholtz family in Lazday?

Also, I have been unable to even find the name Braunholtz anywhere. Is
anyone doing research on this name?

Mara Fein
Los Angeles
maraharv@msn.com


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Lazday or Braunholtz #lithuania

Mara Fein <maraharv@...>
 

Can anyone advise how I would try to find records about my Friedman or
Braunholtz family in Lazday?

Also, I have been unable to even find the name Braunholtz anywhere. Is
anyone doing research on this name?

Mara Fein
Los Angeles
maraharv@msn.com


Zelva "celebrates" Dr. Aaron KLUG #lithuania

steven weiss <szome@...>
 

On September 15 the town of Zelva, Lithuania plans on unveiling a sculpture
of Dr. Aaron KLUG. Dr. Klug, past president of the Royal Society and Nobel
Prize winner, was born in Zelva but left for South Africa when he was two
years old in 1924 (the remaining KLUG family were murdered in Zelva). Zita
Kriuaèiûnienë, the head of the school museum of Zelva, would like to know
how to contact Dr. Klug's family, especially his sons, and invite them to
the ceremony and obtain photographs of the family.

Please respond privately.

Steven Weiss
Chicago
VOLK >from Zelva


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Zelva "celebrates" Dr. Aaron KLUG #lithuania

steven weiss <szome@...>
 

On September 15 the town of Zelva, Lithuania plans on unveiling a sculpture
of Dr. Aaron KLUG. Dr. Klug, past president of the Royal Society and Nobel
Prize winner, was born in Zelva but left for South Africa when he was two
years old in 1924 (the remaining KLUG family were murdered in Zelva). Zita
Kriuaèiûnienë, the head of the school museum of Zelva, would like to know
how to contact Dr. Klug's family, especially his sons, and invite them to
the ceremony and obtain photographs of the family.

Please respond privately.

Steven Weiss
Chicago
VOLK >from Zelva


ViewMate: Need help with geography in Cyrillic M and B record, thanks #poland

Kirsten Gradel <kmgradel@...>
 

I have posted on ViewMate part of two Cyrillic documents, a M and a B
record >from the town Gorzkow, LU, Poland, abt. 45 km SSE of Lublin in
Krasnystaw district.

The groom's hometown is rather a surprise so I need help - confirmation or
correction - of my reading. I am helping a new researcher who has waited
several years to find this first ever evidence of her Gorzkow family, her
mother the only survivor of her family and reluctant to talk - so it is
very important I do not lead her astray.

A translation of the personal details as such is not needed, just the
geography, please.

1) A marriage >from 1897. I read the groom Dawid Wulf DYCHTWALD's hometown
to be Wodzislaw where he lives/lived with his parents. Correct? The bride
is a native of Gorzkow. The record is located at

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6605

2) The second document is a birth record for Ester Blima DYCHTWALD >from
1900 - above couple's first(?) child Ester Blima. Here I read the father
to be now residing in Wladyslawow district(gmina), Konin ueyzda(county),
Kalisz Gubern.(province). This is quite a way >from Wodzislaw and even
longer >from Gorzkow but I can only read it that way. The records is
located at

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6604

Thanks

Kirsten Gradel
Nyborg, Denmark
Zamosc Archives Project Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland

e-mail: kmgradel@dadlnet.dk

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JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate: Need help with geography in Cyrillic M and B record, thanks #poland

Kirsten Gradel <kmgradel@...>
 

I have posted on ViewMate part of two Cyrillic documents, a M and a B
record >from the town Gorzkow, LU, Poland, abt. 45 km SSE of Lublin in
Krasnystaw district.

The groom's hometown is rather a surprise so I need help - confirmation or
correction - of my reading. I am helping a new researcher who has waited
several years to find this first ever evidence of her Gorzkow family, her
mother the only survivor of her family and reluctant to talk - so it is
very important I do not lead her astray.

A translation of the personal details as such is not needed, just the
geography, please.

1) A marriage >from 1897. I read the groom Dawid Wulf DYCHTWALD's hometown
to be Wodzislaw where he lives/lived with his parents. Correct? The bride
is a native of Gorzkow. The record is located at

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6605

2) The second document is a birth record for Ester Blima DYCHTWALD >from
1900 - above couple's first(?) child Ester Blima. Here I read the father
to be now residing in Wladyslawow district(gmina), Konin ueyzda(county),
Kalisz Gubern.(province). This is quite a way >from Wodzislaw and even
longer >from Gorzkow but I can only read it that way. The records is
located at

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6604

Thanks

Kirsten Gradel
Nyborg, Denmark
Zamosc Archives Project Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland

e-mail: kmgradel@dadlnet.dk

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Re: Pre 1826 registers #general

madeleine
 

I have indexed several pre 1826 towns.

I used the following indicators for extracting the Jews.

The names of the child, groom, bride, or deceased.
The Hebrew signatures.
The word for Jew "starozykonny" that appears before the names.
The names of the parents and witnesses.

There are several pitfalls:

1) Not all the surnames that appear Jewish are Jewish. Many are used by
both Jewish and Christian.

2) Not all the private names that appear Jewish are Jewish. Some of the
names like Jozef are used by both Jews and Christians.

3) Not all the names that appear Christian are not Jewish. Occasionally
some names like Pawel were used by the Jews.

4) Not all the records have Hebrew signatures.

5) Ocassionally, the word for Jew (starozakonny) is left out.

One has to use a combination of all of these indicators. Usually, after I
extracted the easiest to recognize I go back, and always find a few more that I
almost missed.

This has been my method:

I check for all possible Jewish names if there is an index. Then I go
through all those records and eliminate those that are not Jewish.

Irregardless if there is an index or not, I always go through all the
records, one by one and look for Hebrew signatures and for the word
starozokonny. For those that are uncertain, I look at all the other names,
like mother and witnesses. Between all these indicators, you can extract
all the Jews.

Madeleine Okladek
New York City


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Pre 1826 registers #poland

madeleine
 

I have indexed several pre 1826 towns.

I used the following indicators for extracting the Jews.

The names of the child, groom, bride, or deceased.
The Hebrew signatures.
The word for Jew "starozykonny" that appears before the names.
The names of the parents and witnesses.

There are several pitfalls:

1) Not all the surnames that appear Jewish are Jewish. Many are used by
both Jewish and Christian.

2) Not all the private names that appear Jewish are Jewish. Some of the
names like Jozef are used by both Jews and Christians.

3) Not all the names that appear Christian are not Jewish. Occasionally
some names like Pawel were used by the Jews.

4) Not all the records have Hebrew signatures.

5) Ocassionally, the word for Jew (starozakonny) is left out.

One has to use a combination of all of these indicators. Usually, after I
extracted the easiest to recognize I go back, and always find a few more that I
almost missed.

This has been my method:

I check for all possible Jewish names if there is an index. Then I go
through all those records and eliminate those that are not Jewish.

Irregardless if there is an index or not, I always go through all the
records, one by one and look for Hebrew signatures and for the word
starozokonny. For those that are uncertain, I look at all the other names,
like mother and witnesses. Between all these indicators, you can extract
all the Jews.

Madeleine Okladek
New York City


KANTOR family of Riga #general

Michael Chen
 

Searching for a friend, KANTOR family of Riga.
Itzhak Kanor born about 1880 and wife Tania.
Both murdered in Ghetto Riga or in Romboli Forest Dec. 1941.
Their children:
1. Phd. (Law) Liova Arie Kantor/ ( Kantors ) , born 1904 + His wife
Rivka.
Lived Libau. Published a booklet named "Kosher Slaughtering".
His children Eliezer and Atara. All perished in Holocaust.
2. Zelig Kantor, born 1906 in Riga.
Immigrated to Palestine before the war. Died 1976
3. Yetta Kantor, born Riga. Immigrated to Palestine and then to
South-Africa. Died 1978.
Any information about above family is greatly appreciated.
Pls. reply privately ogenchen@netvision.net.il

Michael Chen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KANTOR family of Riga #general

Michael Chen
 

Searching for a friend, KANTOR family of Riga.
Itzhak Kanor born about 1880 and wife Tania.
Both murdered in Ghetto Riga or in Romboli Forest Dec. 1941.
Their children:
1. Phd. (Law) Liova Arie Kantor/ ( Kantors ) , born 1904 + His wife
Rivka.
Lived Libau. Published a booklet named "Kosher Slaughtering".
His children Eliezer and Atara. All perished in Holocaust.
2. Zelig Kantor, born 1906 in Riga.
Immigrated to Palestine before the war. Died 1976
3. Yetta Kantor, born Riga. Immigrated to Palestine and then to
South-Africa. Died 1978.
Any information about above family is greatly appreciated.
Pls. reply privately ogenchen@netvision.net.il

Michael Chen


1900 Census ISAACS Birth Month #general

jewishgen@juno.com <jewishgen@...>
 

The 1900 census lists birth month and year. On the particular page noting
the residents of 7th Avenue North in Minneapolis that year, I notice that
the June 9th census-taker left out some of the birth months.

In the instance of Abraham ISAACS (head of the family) only his birth year
of 1862 is listed (The birth months of Isaacs' wife, Bluma and all of their
children are provided along with the birth year.)

However the youngest member of the Isaacs' next door neighbor's family's
birth months and years appear directly above the listing for the Isaacs'
family's (specifically Abraham's_.

In other words we have

(Son) Aaron (neighbor's family) (Born) May 1892

(followed by the next family entry)

(Head) Abraham Issacs (Born) 1862

So.. could this mean that Abraham was born in May, 1862 and the census taker
just failed to use quotation marks denoting one birth was in Mary 1892 and the
next listed on the sheet was in May 1862, or does one entry have absolutely
nothing to do with the next?

Stacy Harris
Nashville, Tennessee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 1900 Census ISAACS Birth Month #general

jewishgen@juno.com <jewishgen@...>
 

The 1900 census lists birth month and year. On the particular page noting
the residents of 7th Avenue North in Minneapolis that year, I notice that
the June 9th census-taker left out some of the birth months.

In the instance of Abraham ISAACS (head of the family) only his birth year
of 1862 is listed (The birth months of Isaacs' wife, Bluma and all of their
children are provided along with the birth year.)

However the youngest member of the Isaacs' next door neighbor's family's
birth months and years appear directly above the listing for the Isaacs'
family's (specifically Abraham's_.

In other words we have

(Son) Aaron (neighbor's family) (Born) May 1892

(followed by the next family entry)

(Head) Abraham Issacs (Born) 1862

So.. could this mean that Abraham was born in May, 1862 and the census taker
just failed to use quotation marks denoting one birth was in Mary 1892 and the
next listed on the sheet was in May 1862, or does one entry have absolutely
nothing to do with the next?

Stacy Harris
Nashville, Tennessee


Chevra Tillem Kesser Israel, Brooklyn #general

Craig & Lisa Hopp <fivehopps@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners,

I wanted to make available to this list a transcription of the WPA Federal
Writers' Project survey documents for Chevra Tillem Kesser Israel
(Brooklyn). The WPA Federal Writers' Project made a survey of state and
local historical records, including church records in 1939. There is a list
of the synagogues included on this list available on the internet:

http://home.att.net/~landsmanshaft/synagogues.htm (sometimes this link is
not clickable but any internet search engine will find it for you)

An internet friend went to the New York City Municipal Archives and made
copies >from microfilm for the two pages pertaining to Chevra Tillem Kesser
Israel (M.N. #21318, Roll #319 and M.N. #21319, Roll #320 for the Brooklyn
synagogues). This is a transcription of those two brief documents (all
spellings are exactly as they appear on these papers):

Page 1:
Chevra Tehilim Kesser Israel (Congregation of Psalms, Crown of Israel),
1891 -- Orthodox. 256 Thatford Avenue, Brooklyn.

Organized 1891. Services held in a two-story, frame synagogue, created by
congregation, until 1910, when the structure was demolished, and a modern,
brick, four-story synagogue was built on the premises. Dedicated in 1911.
First Rabbi, Shapiro, 1892-02. Present Rabbi, David Appleman, 1922--.

Minutes, 1891-1920; 1920--, custody of N. Feinbloom, secretary, 471 Powell
St. Financial, 1931--, custody of Sol. Marks, financial secretary, 22 East
96th St.

Page 2:
Henry Mirell February 6, 1939

Corp. Title: Congregation Chevra Tillem Kesser Israel - 1891
1. Kings Brooklyn
2. Congregation Chevra Tillem Kesser Israel 256 Thatford Avenue
3. Jewish-Orthodox 1891
Present Rabbi: Rabbi David Appleman - 1922 - Minsk, Russia
5. In 1891, Congregation upon organizing had built a 2 story frame
synagogue. In 1910, Congregation wrecked frame building for a modern brick
synagogue.
6. Dedicated & Consecrated 1911.
7. Synagogue is a 3 1/2 story brick building. Second floor has a separate
balcony for women worshippers. Vestry in basement for daily services.
Brick staircase leading to second floor, iron railings. 6 Florentine
stained windows >from 2 to 3 story - 3 Morgen Davids in windows.
8. Rabbi: Rabbi Shapiro 1892-1902
9. Protocol secretary, Mr. N. Feinbloom, 471 Powell Street, Brooklyn. >from
1891-1920, minute books are stored away in Synagogue. Present protocol book
in home of Secy. Written in Yiddish.
10. Secretary, Mr. Sol. Marks, 22 East 96th Street, Brooklyn. Ledger -
1931. Prior to this, no regular system of bookkeeping was kept. Membership
290.
11. Ladies Auxiliary (50 members).
12. Cash book, cash receipt book, ledger, checking account.
13. None
14.
15. Definition of Name of Synagogue.
Congregation Psalm Crown of Israel. Congregation has 24 Scrolls.
16.
17. Congregation was founded for purpose of holding religious services for
community and to aid its members in time of stress, needs, death.
Congregation has burial plots in the Mount Zion, Montefiore, and New
Montefiore Cemeteries in Long Island.


This is exactly as everything appeared on the pages. Only the answers to
the questions...the questions themselves do not appear, but an example of
the survey form is available on the web site I mentioned above so you can
compare these answers to the questions on the sample.

A YIVO archivist searched their organizational holdings for me, and nothing
could be found for Chevra Tillem Kesser Israel. Any thoughts as to what may
have happened to the ledgers and minutes books referenced in the survey
documents? Anyone connected to Mr. N. Feinbloom, Mr. Sol. Marks, or Rabbi
David Appleman? I was hoping to find out whether member death and burial
records, including a cemetery plot map, are still in existence. Chevra
Tillem Kesser Israel is the burial society for my gr-gr grandmother, Sarah
Teitelman (wife of Abraham Teitelman) who died 8 July 1912 in Brooklyn and
resided at 133-135 Belmont Ave., Brooklyn. She was buried 9 July 1912 in
Montefiore Cemetery.

Lisa Hopp
Seattle, WA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Chevra Tillem Kesser Israel, Brooklyn #general

Craig & Lisa Hopp <fivehopps@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners,

I wanted to make available to this list a transcription of the WPA Federal
Writers' Project survey documents for Chevra Tillem Kesser Israel
(Brooklyn). The WPA Federal Writers' Project made a survey of state and
local historical records, including church records in 1939. There is a list
of the synagogues included on this list available on the internet:

http://home.att.net/~landsmanshaft/synagogues.htm (sometimes this link is
not clickable but any internet search engine will find it for you)

An internet friend went to the New York City Municipal Archives and made
copies >from microfilm for the two pages pertaining to Chevra Tillem Kesser
Israel (M.N. #21318, Roll #319 and M.N. #21319, Roll #320 for the Brooklyn
synagogues). This is a transcription of those two brief documents (all
spellings are exactly as they appear on these papers):

Page 1:
Chevra Tehilim Kesser Israel (Congregation of Psalms, Crown of Israel),
1891 -- Orthodox. 256 Thatford Avenue, Brooklyn.

Organized 1891. Services held in a two-story, frame synagogue, created by
congregation, until 1910, when the structure was demolished, and a modern,
brick, four-story synagogue was built on the premises. Dedicated in 1911.
First Rabbi, Shapiro, 1892-02. Present Rabbi, David Appleman, 1922--.

Minutes, 1891-1920; 1920--, custody of N. Feinbloom, secretary, 471 Powell
St. Financial, 1931--, custody of Sol. Marks, financial secretary, 22 East
96th St.

Page 2:
Henry Mirell February 6, 1939

Corp. Title: Congregation Chevra Tillem Kesser Israel - 1891
1. Kings Brooklyn
2. Congregation Chevra Tillem Kesser Israel 256 Thatford Avenue
3. Jewish-Orthodox 1891
Present Rabbi: Rabbi David Appleman - 1922 - Minsk, Russia
5. In 1891, Congregation upon organizing had built a 2 story frame
synagogue. In 1910, Congregation wrecked frame building for a modern brick
synagogue.
6. Dedicated & Consecrated 1911.
7. Synagogue is a 3 1/2 story brick building. Second floor has a separate
balcony for women worshippers. Vestry in basement for daily services.
Brick staircase leading to second floor, iron railings. 6 Florentine
stained windows >from 2 to 3 story - 3 Morgen Davids in windows.
8. Rabbi: Rabbi Shapiro 1892-1902
9. Protocol secretary, Mr. N. Feinbloom, 471 Powell Street, Brooklyn. >from
1891-1920, minute books are stored away in Synagogue. Present protocol book
in home of Secy. Written in Yiddish.
10. Secretary, Mr. Sol. Marks, 22 East 96th Street, Brooklyn. Ledger -
1931. Prior to this, no regular system of bookkeeping was kept. Membership
290.
11. Ladies Auxiliary (50 members).
12. Cash book, cash receipt book, ledger, checking account.
13. None
14.
15. Definition of Name of Synagogue.
Congregation Psalm Crown of Israel. Congregation has 24 Scrolls.
16.
17. Congregation was founded for purpose of holding religious services for
community and to aid its members in time of stress, needs, death.
Congregation has burial plots in the Mount Zion, Montefiore, and New
Montefiore Cemeteries in Long Island.


This is exactly as everything appeared on the pages. Only the answers to
the questions...the questions themselves do not appear, but an example of
the survey form is available on the web site I mentioned above so you can
compare these answers to the questions on the sample.

A YIVO archivist searched their organizational holdings for me, and nothing
could be found for Chevra Tillem Kesser Israel. Any thoughts as to what may
have happened to the ledgers and minutes books referenced in the survey
documents? Anyone connected to Mr. N. Feinbloom, Mr. Sol. Marks, or Rabbi
David Appleman? I was hoping to find out whether member death and burial
records, including a cemetery plot map, are still in existence. Chevra
Tillem Kesser Israel is the burial society for my gr-gr grandmother, Sarah
Teitelman (wife of Abraham Teitelman) who died 8 July 1912 in Brooklyn and
resided at 133-135 Belmont Ave., Brooklyn. She was buried 9 July 1912 in
Montefiore Cemetery.

Lisa Hopp
Seattle, WA