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Philly2009-New Deadline for Family Finder Information #latvia

David Mink
 

Anyone planning to attend the 29th IAJGS International Conference on
Jewish Genealogy in Philadelphia, who wants their family research
names/towns in the conference family finder, must register by 12
midnight, U.S. Central Time on June 21, 2009.

Why: in order to meet an earlier deadline set by our printer than
originally planned.

Anyone wanting to update their family research names/towns already
submitted must do so by 12 midnight, U. S. Central Pacific Time on
June 21, 2009.

Why? Please see above.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause -- but it is
imperative that we meet the printer's schedule.

Thanks for your attention to this matter. We look forward to seeing
everyone at what will be a super conference.

Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Philly2009-New Deadline for Family Finder Information #romania

David Mink
 

Anyone planning to attend the 29th IAJGS International Conference on
Jewish Genealogy in Philadelphia, who wants their family research
names/towns in the conference family finder, must register by 12
midnight, U.S. Central Time on June 21, 2009.

Why: in order to meet an earlier deadline set by our printer than
originally planned.

Anyone wanting to update their family research names/towns already
submitted must do so by 12 midnight, U. S. Central Pacific Time on
June 21, 2009.

Why? Please see above.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause -- but it is
imperative that we meet the printer's schedule.

Thanks for your attention to this matter. We look forward to seeing
everyone at what will be a super conference.

Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Latvia SIG #Latvia Philly2009-New Deadline for Family Finder Information #latvia

David Mink
 

Anyone planning to attend the 29th IAJGS International Conference on
Jewish Genealogy in Philadelphia, who wants their family research
names/towns in the conference family finder, must register by 12
midnight, U.S. Central Time on June 21, 2009.

Why: in order to meet an earlier deadline set by our printer than
originally planned.

Anyone wanting to update their family research names/towns already
submitted must do so by 12 midnight, U. S. Central Pacific Time on
June 21, 2009.

Why? Please see above.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause -- but it is
imperative that we meet the printer's schedule.

Thanks for your attention to this matter. We look forward to seeing
everyone at what will be a super conference.

Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Romania SIG #Romania Philly2009-New Deadline for Family Finder Information #romania

David Mink
 

Anyone planning to attend the 29th IAJGS International Conference on
Jewish Genealogy in Philadelphia, who wants their family research
names/towns in the conference family finder, must register by 12
midnight, U.S. Central Time on June 21, 2009.

Why: in order to meet an earlier deadline set by our printer than
originally planned.

Anyone wanting to update their family research names/towns already
submitted must do so by 12 midnight, U. S. Central Pacific Time on
June 21, 2009.

Why? Please see above.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause -- but it is
imperative that we meet the printer's schedule.

Thanks for your attention to this matter. We look forward to seeing
everyone at what will be a super conference.

Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


New Book - Luedinghausen NRW, Germany #general

Helen
 

Last month a book, "Stolpersteine" (Stumbling Stones), was published to
coincide with the laying of the 8 remaining plaques commemorating the lives
of Holocaust victims who lived in Luedinghausen, NRW (Umlaut over the "u"),
a small town located between Dortmund and Muenster.

It gives a detailed biography of each of the 28 victims with photos,
documents, letters, maps etc.

Names include; STRAUSS, ADLER, FRIEDE, JONAS, PINS, MERLAENDER, SCHWEITZER,
FRANKENSTEIN, KAUFMANN, MEYER and GROSSMANN.

Publishing details;
Author Barbara Zimmer
Publisher H. Rademann GmbH
Place Luedinghausen
ISBN 978-3-00-027083-3
Hardcover, 132 pages.
Price 10.00 Euro + postage

The book is available >from the author baerbelZimmerweb@...

I have no commercial or financial interest in the book.

Helen Hill
Western Australia

MODERATOR NOTE: This message constitutes the allowed onetime-mention
of a commercial publication.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New Book - Luedinghausen NRW, Germany #general

Helen
 

Last month a book, "Stolpersteine" (Stumbling Stones), was published to
coincide with the laying of the 8 remaining plaques commemorating the lives
of Holocaust victims who lived in Luedinghausen, NRW (Umlaut over the "u"),
a small town located between Dortmund and Muenster.

It gives a detailed biography of each of the 28 victims with photos,
documents, letters, maps etc.

Names include; STRAUSS, ADLER, FRIEDE, JONAS, PINS, MERLAENDER, SCHWEITZER,
FRANKENSTEIN, KAUFMANN, MEYER and GROSSMANN.

Publishing details;
Author Barbara Zimmer
Publisher H. Rademann GmbH
Place Luedinghausen
ISBN 978-3-00-027083-3
Hardcover, 132 pages.
Price 10.00 Euro + postage

The book is available >from the author baerbelZimmerweb@...

I have no commercial or financial interest in the book.

Helen Hill
Western Australia

MODERATOR NOTE: This message constitutes the allowed onetime-mention
of a commercial publication.


1790-1830 South London Jewish communities #unitedkingdom

Hazel Dakers
 

I'm coming across people >from Deptford (South East London) born around 1800
ish. Does anyone know more about South London Jewish communities of this
period that mentioned by Roth in the Rise of Provincial Jewry?

Many thanks

Hazel Dakers, London UK researching:

BIRNBAUM (Zgierz & Lodz, Poland), GOLD (Zgierz & Lodz, Poland), HEIMANN
(Luegde, Germany & South Africa), NORDEN (London and South Africa)
www.hazeldakers.co.uk <blocked::http://www.hazeldakers.co.uk/>


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom 1790-1830 South London Jewish communities #unitedkingdom

Hazel Dakers
 

I'm coming across people >from Deptford (South East London) born around 1800
ish. Does anyone know more about South London Jewish communities of this
period that mentioned by Roth in the Rise of Provincial Jewry?

Many thanks

Hazel Dakers, London UK researching:

BIRNBAUM (Zgierz & Lodz, Poland), GOLD (Zgierz & Lodz, Poland), HEIMANN
(Luegde, Germany & South Africa), NORDEN (London and South Africa)
www.hazeldakers.co.uk <blocked::http://www.hazeldakers.co.uk/>


Eva Datel (Dattal?) #unitedkingdom

saul65@...
 

AJEX ( Association of Jewish ex-servicemen and women) have been sent a
wedding photo taken between 1939-1943 (by Boris) of an Eva DATEL ( or
DATTEL) to a man ( name unknown) in an army uniform. There is nothing
in the uniform to indicate a particualr unit. I have searched the
usual places and am not able to find anything. The one person on
Jewishgen Family finder with this surname query has no knowledge of
family in UK, and states that all his Datel family were >from Fordon in
Poland and were killed in the Shoah.
Please send any information to me privately.

--

Saul issroff


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Eva Datel (Dattal?) #unitedkingdom

saul65@...
 

AJEX ( Association of Jewish ex-servicemen and women) have been sent a
wedding photo taken between 1939-1943 (by Boris) of an Eva DATEL ( or
DATTEL) to a man ( name unknown) in an army uniform. There is nothing
in the uniform to indicate a particualr unit. I have searched the
usual places and am not able to find anything. The one person on
Jewishgen Family finder with this surname query has no knowledge of
family in UK, and states that all his Datel family were >from Fordon in
Poland and were killed in the Shoah.
Please send any information to me privately.

--

Saul issroff


Re: Hungarian Treasures #hungary

David & Diana Laufer
 

Sam Schleman wrote:

"One of the many virtues of helping to transcribe the Hungarian vital records
is the opportunity to come across records of historical value.

One such record is the birth register for Theodor Herzl, born in Budapest on
2-May-1860 to Jacob Herzl and Jeanette Diamant."

By coincidence, a couple of weeks ago while browsing Viennese records, I
came across that of Theodore HERZL's marriage to Julianna NASCHAUER on
25 June 1889 at a place named Reichenau. As well as naming his parents
and date of birth as above, it also mentioned:
- as a first name and title: Dr./Tivuday/Theodor
- occupation: Jurist
- residence right ("zustandig"): Pukersdorf, Nieder Oesterreich

As I am not related to Dr. Herzl I did not photocopy that record, but did write
the above notes >from LDS film number 1223420.


BTW, I have recently enrolled as a transcriber with Sam Schleman for one town in
Hungary.

Regards

David Laufer
Sydney, Australia


Re: Hebrew Date Question - ViewMate 12923 #hungary

tom
 

as far as i know, "adar" without qualification means adar 1, but i could be wrong.


........ tom klein, toronto

PACKARD40@... wrote:

I have posted on ViewMate an image of a tombstone bearing the Hebrew date
of passing of 8 Adar 5689, which is ambiguous, as the year 5689 contained
the months of Adar Aleph and Adar Bet.

How can one determine the correct date (Adar Aleph or Bet) of passing of
the deceased, given that neither month is clearly indicated? Any citations
or references would also be appreciated with a response.

<http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=12923> .

Thank you very much in advance,
Respectfully, Marshall Katz


Great Web Site for Town/Village Maps #hungary

vze2sv8z@...
 

http://www.hiszi-map.hu/catalog/index.php has detailed contemporary
maps for Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania, including small towns &
villages throughout these countries. The maps show geographic markers
(roads, bridges, streams, wooded areas) as well as inhabited areas and
cemetery locations (although in most cases the religious denomination
is not indicated, and I suspect dormant Jewish cemeteries may be
omitted).

Bob Friedman
Brooklyn, NY


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Hungarian Treasures #hungary

David & Diana Laufer
 

Sam Schleman wrote:

"One of the many virtues of helping to transcribe the Hungarian vital records
is the opportunity to come across records of historical value.

One such record is the birth register for Theodor Herzl, born in Budapest on
2-May-1860 to Jacob Herzl and Jeanette Diamant."

By coincidence, a couple of weeks ago while browsing Viennese records, I
came across that of Theodore HERZL's marriage to Julianna NASCHAUER on
25 June 1889 at a place named Reichenau. As well as naming his parents
and date of birth as above, it also mentioned:
- as a first name and title: Dr./Tivuday/Theodor
- occupation: Jurist
- residence right ("zustandig"): Pukersdorf, Nieder Oesterreich

As I am not related to Dr. Herzl I did not photocopy that record, but did write
the above notes >from LDS film number 1223420.


BTW, I have recently enrolled as a transcriber with Sam Schleman for one town in
Hungary.

Regards

David Laufer
Sydney, Australia


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Hebrew Date Question - ViewMate 12923 #hungary

tom
 

as far as i know, "adar" without qualification means adar 1, but i could be wrong.


........ tom klein, toronto

PACKARD40@... wrote:

I have posted on ViewMate an image of a tombstone bearing the Hebrew date
of passing of 8 Adar 5689, which is ambiguous, as the year 5689 contained
the months of Adar Aleph and Adar Bet.

How can one determine the correct date (Adar Aleph or Bet) of passing of
the deceased, given that neither month is clearly indicated? Any citations
or references would also be appreciated with a response.

<http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=12923> .

Thank you very much in advance,
Respectfully, Marshall Katz


Hungary SIG #Hungary Great Web Site for Town/Village Maps #hungary

vze2sv8z@...
 

http://www.hiszi-map.hu/catalog/index.php has detailed contemporary
maps for Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania, including small towns &
villages throughout these countries. The maps show geographic markers
(roads, bridges, streams, wooded areas) as well as inhabited areas and
cemetery locations (although in most cases the religious denomination
is not indicated, and I suspect dormant Jewish cemeteries may be
omitted).

Bob Friedman
Brooklyn, NY


Kazinczy synagogue #hungary

georges.graner@...
 

At 08:04 16/06/2009, you wrote:


I have received a phone call >from a researcher who is looking for a pre-war
photo of the Kazinczy Synagogue in Budapest.

Yohanan LOEFFLER
Melbourne Australia
Hello,
Try to find the book "Jewish Budapest, Monuments,
Rites, History" by Kinga Frojimovics, Geza
Komoroczy, Viktoria Pusztai and Andrea Strbik,
publisher Central European University Press, English Edition 1999.
In this book, on pages 148-153, one can see
pictures of the Kazinczy synagogue, ainly inside but also outside.

Yours,

Georges GRANER
georges.graner@...=20


Hungary SIG #Hungary Kazinczy synagogue #hungary

georges.graner@...
 

At 08:04 16/06/2009, you wrote:


I have received a phone call >from a researcher who is looking for a pre-war
photo of the Kazinczy Synagogue in Budapest.

Yohanan LOEFFLER
Melbourne Australia
Hello,
Try to find the book "Jewish Budapest, Monuments,
Rites, History" by Kinga Frojimovics, Geza
Komoroczy, Viktoria Pusztai and Andrea Strbik,
publisher Central European University Press, English Edition 1999.
In this book, on pages 148-153, one can see
pictures of the Kazinczy synagogue, ainly inside but also outside.

Yours,

Georges GRANER
georges.graner@...=20


Vitebsk cemetery #lithuania

Esther
 

Information about the Vitebsk Cemetery now appears on the Vitebsk
website:
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Vitsyebsk/

Esther Reches


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Vitebsk cemetery #lithuania

Esther
 

Information about the Vitebsk Cemetery now appears on the Vitebsk
website:
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Vitsyebsk/

Esther Reches