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Re: Mac Users with Reunion8 Genealogy Software #general

bud484bg@...
 

Would any JewishGen members using Mac computers with Reunion 8
Genealogy Software please contact me privately.
I have been using this genealogy program for some time and am in need
of some feedback re my research.

I would appreciate your response to me privately.

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, California
EMail: bud484bg@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re:Mac Users with Reunion8 Genealogy Software #general

bud484bg@...
 

Would any JewishGen members using Mac computers with Reunion 8
Genealogy Software please contact me privately.
I have been using this genealogy program for some time and am in need
of some feedback re my research.

I would appreciate your response to me privately.

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, California
EMail: bud484bg@aol.com


Re: BONDI as a translation of YOM TOV (in Italy)? #general

Stan Klaff <stanklaff@...>
 

Bondi is not uncommon - a search of the White Pages in Italy reveal at least
at 50

Also Bondi Beach in Australia


BONDI is a not entirely uncommon surname in Europe among Jews, both Sfardim
and Ashkenazim. In Romance languages it means "good day," and was used by
Jews who were named YomTov

I just read that one Sandro BONDI, is the national coordinator for the
Forza Italia Party headed by recently defeated Italian prime minister Silvio
Berlusconi. Is BONDI a known name among Italian gentiles?

I am descended >from a line of YomTovs. There are many traces of names
similar to my family name, BERNET, that are associated with YomTovs in the
Middle Ages, in Provence, Spain and Italy and whenever there is a prompt, like
this, my quixotic heart muscle twinges a little.

Information on Italian Jewish Bondis, anyone?.

Michael Bernet, New York >>>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: BONDI as a translation of YOM TOV (in Italy)? #general

Stan Klaff <stanklaff@...>
 

Bondi is not uncommon - a search of the White Pages in Italy reveal at least
at 50

Also Bondi Beach in Australia


BONDI is a not entirely uncommon surname in Europe among Jews, both Sfardim
and Ashkenazim. In Romance languages it means "good day," and was used by
Jews who were named YomTov

I just read that one Sandro BONDI, is the national coordinator for the
Forza Italia Party headed by recently defeated Italian prime minister Silvio
Berlusconi. Is BONDI a known name among Italian gentiles?

I am descended >from a line of YomTovs. There are many traces of names
similar to my family name, BERNET, that are associated with YomTovs in the
Middle Ages, in Provence, Spain and Italy and whenever there is a prompt, like
this, my quixotic heart muscle twinges a little.

Information on Italian Jewish Bondis, anyone?.

Michael Bernet, New York >>>


Contact Ben POSANER > UK #general

Manuela Wyler <m.wyler@...>
 

Hi
I am trying to contact Ben POSANER whose email bounced back.
Anyone with a current address is warmly welcomed

Manuela WYLER
m.wyler@wanadoo.fr

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Contact Ben POSANER > UK #general

Manuela Wyler <m.wyler@...>
 

Hi
I am trying to contact Ben POSANER whose email bounced back.
Anyone with a current address is warmly welcomed

Manuela WYLER
m.wyler@wanadoo.fr

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Sundel Senier and Siegmund Harpner #southafrica

Saul Issroff <saul@...>
 

Every now and then the newsletters of the eGSSA (Electronic newsletters
of the Genealogical Society of South Africa) have items of Jewish
interest. The current issue is >from the Orange Free State branch. For
further subscription details of newsletters e-mail colin.pretorius@fmxau.com

First Jew buried in Beaufort West was Sundel Senier, in 1881. The
article also notes Siegmund Harpner, “a private official and Lieutenant
in the Austrian Landwehr”, born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1865, he was
killed in a railway accident at Grootfontein in 1896. the reference is
to South African Jewish Times, June 6, 1947.

The Senior family is one of the known Litvak families of Sephardi origin.

Saul Issroff


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Sundel Senier and Siegmund Harpner #southafrica

Saul Issroff <saul@...>
 

Every now and then the newsletters of the eGSSA (Electronic newsletters
of the Genealogical Society of South Africa) have items of Jewish
interest. The current issue is >from the Orange Free State branch. For
further subscription details of newsletters e-mail colin.pretorius@fmxau.com

First Jew buried in Beaufort West was Sundel Senier, in 1881. The
article also notes Siegmund Harpner, “a private official and Lieutenant
in the Austrian Landwehr”, born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1865, he was
killed in a railway accident at Grootfontein in 1896. the reference is
to South African Jewish Times, June 6, 1947.

The Senior family is one of the known Litvak families of Sephardi origin.

Saul Issroff


Re: Familiants and Name Changes in Kostel/Podivin, 1787 #austria-czech

Tomer Brunner
 

Celia Male wrote:

Here are some name changes which maybe of interest.
12. Abraham Lobl to Abraham PETERSELKA 5 [2+1]
65. Samuel Aron to Samuel PETERSILKA 4 [2+0]
Thanks for the interesting list!
My ancestors >from Slovakia (Senica, Trsin and maybe other towns) used the
name PETERSELKA or PETERZELKI already in 1751.
One of the theories suggest that the family originated in the Moravian
village called Neu-Raussnitz (today: Rousinov, near Brno), since a certain
Jakob PETERSELKA appears there in 1669 (source: Hugo Gold's book on Moravia).

Interestingly, in my family which was than in Slovakia (around 1800) the
name PETERSELKA was changed to SQUARENINA (or Skvarenina, Squarenim,
Schkwarenin and other variants).

I don't know if it was officially or not. This * might * suggest that there
were not always an "acceptable" or "not acceptable" names, but just that
the current name had to be changed.

It should be interesting to see if in such name changes lists, in a certain
community,one person took a new name, which is the same as another person's
old name.

The town Kostel (today: Podivin) has another importance to me since my
grandmother's uncle, Yaakov-Koppel (Charles) DUSCHINSKY, was the local
rabbi >from 1904 to 1907, when he moved to London.

Best regards,
Tomer Brunner, Israel.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech RE: Familiants and Name Changes in Kostel/Podivin, 1787 #austria-czech

Tomer Brunner
 

Celia Male wrote:

Here are some name changes which maybe of interest.
12. Abraham Lobl to Abraham PETERSELKA 5 [2+1]
65. Samuel Aron to Samuel PETERSILKA 4 [2+0]
Thanks for the interesting list!
My ancestors >from Slovakia (Senica, Trsin and maybe other towns) used the
name PETERSELKA or PETERZELKI already in 1751.
One of the theories suggest that the family originated in the Moravian
village called Neu-Raussnitz (today: Rousinov, near Brno), since a certain
Jakob PETERSELKA appears there in 1669 (source: Hugo Gold's book on Moravia).

Interestingly, in my family which was than in Slovakia (around 1800) the
name PETERSELKA was changed to SQUARENINA (or Skvarenina, Squarenim,
Schkwarenin and other variants).

I don't know if it was officially or not. This * might * suggest that there
were not always an "acceptable" or "not acceptable" names, but just that
the current name had to be changed.

It should be interesting to see if in such name changes lists, in a certain
community,one person took a new name, which is the same as another person's
old name.

The town Kostel (today: Podivin) has another importance to me since my
grandmother's uncle, Yaakov-Koppel (Charles) DUSCHINSKY, was the local
rabbi >from 1904 to 1907, when he moved to London.

Best regards,
Tomer Brunner, Israel.


Re; Kostel Name changes #austria-czech

Dr.H.Z.Weigl <weigl@...>
 

Re; Kostel Name changes ( Celia Male's mail)

The list, which Dr.Schwenger ( Rabbi of Lundenburg ) perused, were
originally in the Lichtenstein's castle - archive at Lundenburg.
Today they might be einther at the Zemsky Archive at Brno, or
the Breclav Archive at Mikulov.

Hans Weigl.

Subject: Re: Familiants and Name Changes in Kostel/Podivin, 1787
Regarding Celia Male's posting about Kostel/Podivin, Count
Lichtenstein was one of the largest land owners in Soutwestern
Moravia, and Kostel/Podivin was one of his properties. The original
materials are probably in the Moravsky Zemsky Archiv (Brno), though
there are some materials in Schloss Lichtenstein in Vienna.
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Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re; Kostel Name changes #austria-czech

Dr.H.Z.Weigl <weigl@...>
 

Re; Kostel Name changes ( Celia Male's mail)

The list, which Dr.Schwenger ( Rabbi of Lundenburg ) perused, were
originally in the Lichtenstein's castle - archive at Lundenburg.
Today they might be einther at the Zemsky Archive at Brno, or
the Breclav Archive at Mikulov.

Hans Weigl.

Subject: Re: Familiants and Name Changes in Kostel/Podivin, 1787
Regarding Celia Male's posting about Kostel/Podivin, Count
Lichtenstein was one of the largest land owners in Soutwestern
Moravia, and Kostel/Podivin was one of his properties. The original
materials are probably in the Moravsky Zemsky Archiv (Brno), though
there are some materials in Schloss Lichtenstein in Vienna.
snip>>>>>>>>>>

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"Ve-Nigash Ha-Kohen" #lithuania

Frajerman <fraj@...>
 

Shalom

Does anyone know where I could get that record publication : "Ve-Nigash
Ha-Kohen" (1882) and how could I get a copy of its quotation of Nisan and
Yakov HALINDERSKY, as I found listed in LITVAK-SIG database ? Yakov
HALINDERSKY/HOLLANDERSKI may be my gggg-f

Any help will be much appreciated

Reouven Frajerman (Jerusalem)

Researching: FRAYERMAN, Koretz, Novograd-Volin; ZABOVER, Warsaw; WAINFELD,
Odessa, Berditchev; HOLLANDERSKI, Vistynis, Suvalki; PLOTZIZKI, Suvalki;
LEWINSON, Suvalki; TAIEB, Tunis.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania "Ve-Nigash Ha-Kohen" #lithuania

Frajerman <fraj@...>
 

Shalom

Does anyone know where I could get that record publication : "Ve-Nigash
Ha-Kohen" (1882) and how could I get a copy of its quotation of Nisan and
Yakov HALINDERSKY, as I found listed in LITVAK-SIG database ? Yakov
HALINDERSKY/HOLLANDERSKI may be my gggg-f

Any help will be much appreciated

Reouven Frajerman (Jerusalem)

Researching: FRAYERMAN, Koretz, Novograd-Volin; ZABOVER, Warsaw; WAINFELD,
Odessa, Berditchev; HOLLANDERSKI, Vistynis, Suvalki; PLOTZIZKI, Suvalki;
LEWINSON, Suvalki; TAIEB, Tunis.


BLUMENTHAL(Khrapun)from Lithuania-Thank You #lithuania

,
 

Hi,
My thanks to all those who responded to my posting with information and
suggestions.
Carol Cohen
Bklyn NY


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania BLUMENTHAL(Khrapun)from Lithuania-Thank You #lithuania

,
 

Hi,
My thanks to all those who responded to my posting with information and
suggestions.
Carol Cohen
Bklyn NY


Re: ZOLTY in the JRI-Poland database #poland

Jrbaston
 

Franck d'Almeida Zolty wrote:

I know little about where my ZULTY family came >from but I do know that
some of the family came >from the Minsk guberniya and others >from the
Tiktin/Tykocin area.
If you search the database of Jewish Records Indexing-Poland at
www.jri-poland.org, you will find a number of listings for the name
ZOLTY >from Tykocin and Bialystok

You can read the JRI-Poland Research Guide in French at
http://www.jri-poland.org/brochure/jriguide2004fr.pdf

You can also find the JRI-Poland Research Guide in Spanish, Hebrew,
Russian and Polish at
http://www.jri-poland.org/researchguides.htm

Best wishes,

Judy Baston

(French translation below)
Si on cherche la base de donnees de "Jewish Records
Indexing-Poland" a www.jri-poland.org" on trouve
quelques indices for le nom ZOLTY en Tykocin et
Bialystok.

Pour lisez la guide pour recherchez a "JRI-Poland" en
Francais, allez a:

http://www.jri-poland.org/brochure/jriguide2004fr.pdf

Bonne chance,

Judy Baston


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Re: ZOLTY in the JRI-Poland database #poland

Jrbaston
 

Franck d'Almeida Zolty wrote:

I know little about where my ZULTY family came >from but I do know that
some of the family came >from the Minsk guberniya and others >from the
Tiktin/Tykocin area.
If you search the database of Jewish Records Indexing-Poland at
www.jri-poland.org, you will find a number of listings for the name
ZOLTY >from Tykocin and Bialystok

You can read the JRI-Poland Research Guide in French at
http://www.jri-poland.org/brochure/jriguide2004fr.pdf

You can also find the JRI-Poland Research Guide in Spanish, Hebrew,
Russian and Polish at
http://www.jri-poland.org/researchguides.htm

Best wishes,

Judy Baston

(French translation below)
Si on cherche la base de donnees de "Jewish Records
Indexing-Poland" a www.jri-poland.org" on trouve
quelques indices for le nom ZOLTY en Tykocin et
Bialystok.

Pour lisez la guide pour recherchez a "JRI-Poland" en
Francais, allez a:

http://www.jri-poland.org/brochure/jriguide2004fr.pdf

Bonne chance,

Judy Baston


Uhersky Brod Cemetery Web Site fully Recovered #austria-czech

meretz
 

Robert Fraser wrote:
"I am given to understand that the website was maintained by Geri Prokop,
caretaker of the UB cemetery. He is no longer doing this job and so maybe
this is the reason for the site having lapsed.
However, if you enter the url into the Internet Archive Wayback Machine,

http://www.archive.org/web/web.php
the archived website can be partially recovered. Amazing!"

Thanks a million, Robert. I have entered the above Archive web site and have
even been able to see the *entire* recovered web site.

Uri Meretz, Israel


Re: ZULTY FAMILY #belarus

Tilford Bartman <bartmant@...>
 

Bon Jour-

J'ai un peu d'information sur la famille Zulty. Voici un lien a mon site
Web. Ma femme m'a aide avec le francais.

Au revoir

Tilford Bartman

http://www.zabludow.com/Bialystockchildrenlist.htm

franck wrote:

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I am trying to research my family and would appreciate any help you can
offer to find out what happened to my relatives during the Second World
War. The family members I am trying to research were Smuelis and
Nechama ZULTY. I do not know their exact residence before WWII, but in
1942 they were imprisoned in the Vilnius Ghetto. Smuelis was born in
1915 , was a baker and would have been 27 years-old when put in the
ghetto. Nechama was born in 1929, was a tailor/seamstress, and would
have been 13 years-old when put in the ghetto.

I know little about where my ZULTY family came >from but I do know that
some of the family came >from the Minsk guberniya and others >from the
Tiktin/Tykocin area. My grandfather, David ZOLTY, was born in Radomsko,
Poland.

I am French and my English is limited. This message I am posting was
translated for me. If you can reply to me in French, it would be
greatly appreciated. If you do not know French, then I will have your
replies translated. I mention this because the language issue limits my
ability to quickly and efficiently utilize the Jewishgen website. In
advance, thank you for your help.

Franck d'Almeida-Zolty
FRANCE