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ViewMate translation request - German #germany

Peter Dreifuss
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation. It
is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68527
The German record is the death certificate of my great grandfather,
Benedict Hess for whom I am named after. I hope that a translation may
offer an additional fact or two about his life that I do not know.
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Peter A Dreifuss, Silver Spring, MD padreifuss@...


German SIG #Germany ViewMate translation request - German #germany

Peter Dreifuss
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation. It
is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68527
The German record is the death certificate of my great grandfather,
Benedict Hess for whom I am named after. I hope that a translation may
offer an additional fact or two about his life that I do not know.
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Peter A Dreifuss, Silver Spring, MD padreifuss@...


INTRO- Researching NAGAZINA (and other various spellings) family from Germany to Newark NJ #germany

Dawn <debertrand1993@...>
 

Hello GerSig

I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for 2 years.
I consider myself to be a beginner in doing German Jewish Genealogy
research. I live in rural Lucas, Iowa in the United States. My native
language is English. I consider myself a beginner to intermediate in using a
computer. My experience in using the Internet is intermediate. I have
identified the names of my paternal grandparents, my paternal great
grandparents and my paternal great great grandparents. My primary
research goals are to find out what ancestral villages in Europe and Eastern
Europe my great great grandparents came from. My JGFF ID number is 748146.
The family names that I have entered in the JewishGen Family Finder are:
NAGAZINA - Newark, New Jersey
NAGAZINA - Any, USA
NAGORSCHINER - Newark, New Jersey
NAGORSCHINER - Any, USA
NAGORSHINER - Newark, New Jersey
NAGORSHINER - Any, USA


NAGORSCHINER, Isaac, Germany to New York in 1882; NAGORSHINER, Isaac married
Henrietta (Gitel) PINCUS on 19 December 1887 in Newark, NJ; Died 9 Sep 1928
and is buried as NAGAZINA, Isaac in Tal mud Torah Cemetery in Newark;
occupation(s) listed in Newark City Directories >from 1901 to 1928 included
hat maker and Com Trav.

Dawn Elizabeth Bertrand, Lucas, Iowa, United States debertrand1993@...


German SIG #Germany INTRO- Researching NAGAZINA (and other various spellings) family from Germany to Newark NJ #germany

Dawn <debertrand1993@...>
 

Hello GerSig

I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for 2 years.
I consider myself to be a beginner in doing German Jewish Genealogy
research. I live in rural Lucas, Iowa in the United States. My native
language is English. I consider myself a beginner to intermediate in using a
computer. My experience in using the Internet is intermediate. I have
identified the names of my paternal grandparents, my paternal great
grandparents and my paternal great great grandparents. My primary
research goals are to find out what ancestral villages in Europe and Eastern
Europe my great great grandparents came from. My JGFF ID number is 748146.
The family names that I have entered in the JewishGen Family Finder are:
NAGAZINA - Newark, New Jersey
NAGAZINA - Any, USA
NAGORSCHINER - Newark, New Jersey
NAGORSCHINER - Any, USA
NAGORSHINER - Newark, New Jersey
NAGORSHINER - Any, USA


NAGORSCHINER, Isaac, Germany to New York in 1882; NAGORSHINER, Isaac married
Henrietta (Gitel) PINCUS on 19 December 1887 in Newark, NJ; Died 9 Sep 1928
and is buried as NAGAZINA, Isaac in Tal mud Torah Cemetery in Newark;
occupation(s) listed in Newark City Directories >from 1901 to 1928 included
hat maker and Com Trav.

Dawn Elizabeth Bertrand, Lucas, Iowa, United States debertrand1993@...


Researching Sprung Family from Brody and Leipzig #ukraine

Peter Sprung <psprung@...>
 

I just joined this group. I've been doing genealogy research for only
a few months, and consider myself a beginner.

I live in Washington, D.C. and my native language is English. I'm a
first generation American.

I'm an intermediate in using a computer. I have extensive experience
in using the internet.

I've conducted research at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, on the
website of Yad Vashem, the "Memorial Book of the Victims of
Persecution of Jews under the National
Socialist Tyranny," and several other sources.

For certain of my great-grandparents, grandparents, great aunts and
uncles, aunts and uncles, and second cousins, I've identified familial
relationships, birth dates and locations, death dates and locations,
of dates and locations of deportation and incarceration, etc.

Insofar as most of these persons were murdered in the Holocaust, I
know comparatively little about them or their histories. Accordingly,
my primary research goals are to:

(1) identify biographical information and any other information about
the individuals listed below, as well as other family members; (2)
connect with individuals who may have already collected information
about these individuals or other family members, or receive direction
to others who who may have collected such information; (3) identify
investigative leads or sources of information with which I can conduct
additional research; and (4) identify the names, biographical
information, and any other information about any other relatives of
the individuals listed below.

My JDFF Research ID number is 796223.

Here are the individuals I am researching:

1. SPRUNG, Schulim (Scholem, Szulim).
Husband of Zimmel and father of Chune Markus, Jakob, Wolf, Schewe,
Joachim, Moses Lieb, Sara, Chaje Rebekka, and Osias Sprung. Born May
6, 1859 in Brody, Poland; moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1914; resident
of Leipzig, Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1989; died in Holocaust
possibly on February 4, 1942 in Lvov.

2. SPRUNG, Zimmel (Zimel) (nee Daches, Tachese, Taches)
Wife of Schulim and mother of Chune Markus, Jakob, Wolf, Schewe,
Joachim, Moses Lieb, Sara, Chaje Rebekka, and Osias Sprung. Born on
May 12, 1861 in unknown location; moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1914;
resident of Leipzig, Germany; died on November 18,1936 in Leipzig, Germany.

3. SPRUNG, Chune Markus
Son of Schulim and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Klara Fink Sprung, father
of Klara, Lili, and Heinz. Born on May 24, 1886 in Brody, Poland;
moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1907; resident of Warburgstr. 1 in
Leipzig, Germany; associated with Gebruder Sprung clothing business in
Leipzig; expelled to Poland ion October 28, 1938; arrested by Nazis on
September 26, 1939 in Leipzig; incarcerated in Sachsenhausen concentration
camp >from March 28, 1940to May 28, 1942; died there on May 28, 1942.

4. SPRUNG, Klara (Chaje, Klara, Claire) (nee Fink)
Wife of Chune Markus Sprung and mother of Klara, Lili, and Heinz
Sprung. Born on either January 24 or January 27, 1893 in Grybow (now
Grunberg), Poland to Abraham and Feigel Fink; believed to have moved
to Leipzig, Germany in 1907; resident of Warburgstr. 1 in Leipzig,
Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; deported to Auschwitz
on July 13, 1942 or October 28, 1942.

5. SPRUNG, Lili
Daughter of Chune Markus and Chaje Sprung, sister of Sylvia and Heinz
Sprung. Born on July 25, 1923 in Leipzig, Germany; resident of
Warburgstr. 1 in Leipzig, Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938;
deported to Auschwitz on July 13, 1942 or October 28, 1942.

6. SPRUNG, Sylvia (Tutti)
Daughter of Chune Markus and Chaje Sprung, sister of Lili and Heinz
Sprung. Born on March 18, 1929 in Leipzig, Germany; resident of
Warburgstr. 1 in Leipzig, Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938;
deported to Auschwitz on July 13, 1942 or October 28, 1942.

7. SPRUNG, Heinz (Henry)
Son of Chune Markus and Chaje Sprung, brother of Lili and Sylvia
Sprung; husband of Charlotte Levy, father of Mark Sprung, Peter Sprung
and Jeffrey Sprung. Born on November 30, 1920 in Leipzig, Germany.
Resident of Warburgstr. 1 in Leipzig, Germany; arrested by Nazis on
September 26, 1939 in Leipzig; incarcerated in Sachsenhausen
concentration camp >from March 28, 1940 until 1942, when transferred to
Auschwitz; assigned to work at IG Farben factory in Buna; evacuated
from Auschwitz January 1945 and marched back into Germany; liberated
by U.S. troops on May 3, 1945 near Schwerin, Germany; went to Copenhagen
to live with uncle until April 1946; arrived in U.S. in May 1946.

8. SPRUNG, Jakob
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Blima Freid
Sprung, and father of Marion Sprung and Anita Sprung. Born on November
7, 1887 in Brody, Poland; moved to Germany in 1914 >from Vienna,
Austria; resident of Leipzig, Germany; associated with Gebruder Sprung
clothing business in Leipzig; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; travelled
to Lvov on June 15, 1939; possibly died on August 2, 1942 in Lvov, Poland.

9. SPRUNG, Blima (Bertha, Blume) (nee Fried)
Wife of Jakob Sprung, mother of Marion Sprung and Anita Sprung. Born
on November 29, 1985 in Brody, Poland; resident of Leipzig, Germany;
expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; in Holocaust on unknown date
in unknown location.

10. SPRUNG, Marion
Daughter of Jakob Sprung and Blima Sprung, sister of Anita Sprung.
Born on March 16, 1920 in Leipzig, Germany; resident of Leipzig,
Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; in Holocaust on
unknown date in unknown location.

11. SPRUNG, Anita
Daughter of Jakob Sprung and Blima Sprung, sister of Marion Sprung.
Born on January 10, 1924 in Leipzig, Germany; resident of Leipzig,
Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; deported >from Lvov,
Poland ghetto on unknown date; died in Holocaust on unknown date in
unknown location.

12. SPRUNG, Wolf
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Erna Gehl Sprung,
and father of Viktor Manfred Sprung. Born on January 14, 1889 in
Brody, Poland; came to Leipzig, Germany >from Paris in 1910; resident
of Leipzig, Germany; left Leipzig for France on July 1, 1939; died in Auschwitz
on December 16, 1942.

13. SPRUNG, Erna (nee Gehl)
Wife of Wolf Sprung, mother of Viktor Manfred Sprung. Born on November
11, 1903 or November 15, 1903 in unknown place; resident of Leipzig,
Germany; left Leipzig for France on July 1, 1939; fate thereafter is unknow=
n.

14. SPRUNG, Viktor Manfred
Son of Wolf Sprung and Erna Sprung (nee Gehl). Born on August 31, 1928
in Leipzig, Germany; resident of Leipzig, Germany; left for France on
July 1, 1939; lived for an unknown period with relatives in Paris; settled =
in
Palestine on unknown date.

15. SPRUNG Schewe Sophie
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Chaim (Chain)
Kesten, and mother of Hildegard Kesten (aka Tamar Mann) and Anita
Chana Kesten (aka Chana Sharon Sklarzyk). Born on February 1, 1892,
presumably in Brody, Poland; moved to Leipzig in 1914; resident of
Leipzig, Germany; died in the Holocaust on unknown date in unknown
location.

16. KESTEN, Chaim (Chain)
Husband of Schewe Sophie Kesten, father of Hildegard Kesten (aka Tamar
Mann) and Anita Chana Kesten (aka Chana Sharon Sklarzyk). Born on
May 11, 1888 in Podwoloczyska, Ukraine; resident of Leipzig; expelled to
Poland on October 28, 1938; died in 1945 in Lvov.

17. KESTEN, Hildegard (aka Tamar Mann)
Daughter of Shewe Sophie Sprung and Chaim Kesten. Born on May 10, 1920
in Dresden, Germany; settled in Palestine on unknown date.

18. KESTEN, Anita Chanav (aka Chana Sharon Sklarzyk)
Daughter of Shewe Sophie Sprung and Chaim Kesten. Born on February 19,
1923 in unknown location; settled in Palestine on unknown date.

19. SPRUNG, Joachim
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Sabina (Salomea)
Sprung (nee Berger). Born on January 23, 1893 in Brody, Poland; moved
to Leipzig, Germany in 1911; resident of Leipzig, Germany; traveled to
Bombay, India July 7, 1939; moved to U.S. on unknown date and settled in
New York City; died on February 25, 1966.

20. SPRUNG, Sabina (Salomea) (nee Berger)
Wife of Joachim Sprung. Born on August 28, 1900 in Tarnow, Poland;
resident of Leipzig, Germany. Traveled to Bombay, India July 7, 1939; moved
to U.S. on unknown date and settled in New York City; died on April 26, 198=
2.

21. SPRUNG, Moses Leib
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Bruda Sprung (nee
Wegweiser/Dodel), and father of Ruth Sprung and Harry Bernhardt
Sprung. Born on July 30, 1894 in Brody, Poland; moved >from Vienna,
Austria to Leipzig, Germany in 1914; resident of Leipzig, Germany;
associated with Gebruder Sprung clothing business in Leipzig; expelled
to Poland on October 28, 1938; believed to have died in Holocaust on
July 5, 1942 in Lvov.

22. SPRUNG, Brucha (Bruda, Bruche) (nee Wegweiser/Dodel)
Wife of Moses Leib Sprung and mother of Ruth Sprung and
Harry Bernhardt Sprung. Born on December 12, 1907 in Brody, Poland;
resident of Leipzig, Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938;
died in Holocaust on unknown date in unknown place.

23. SPRUNG, Ruth
Daughter of Moses Leib Sprung and Bruda Sprung, sister of Harry
Bernhardt Sprung. Born on February 4, 1930 in Leipzig, Germany;
expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; died in Holocaust on unknown
date in unknown place.

24. SPRUNG, Harry Bernhard
Son of Moses Leib Sprung and Bruda Sprung and brother of Ruth Sprung.
Born on March 18, 1935 in Leipzig, Germany; expelled to Poland on
October 28, 1938; died in Holocaust on unknown date in unknown place.

25. SPRUNG, Sara (Sali)
Daughter of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, wife of Leib Hersch
Fischer, and mother of Karl Joachim Fischer. Born on June 29, 1896 in
Brody, Poland; moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1914; resident of Leipzig,
Germany; traveled to Belgium on July 1, 1939; deported >from Malenes
Mechelen transit camp in Belgium to Auschwitz on July 31, 1943.

26. FISCHER, Leib Hersch (Herman)
Husband of Sara Fischer, father of Karl Joachim Fischer, son of
Mordechai March Fischer and Yochevet Jacheta Steinitz. Born on April
20, 1896 in Sosnowiec, Poland; believed to have moved to Leipzig,
Germany in 1914; resident of Leipzig, Germany; traveled to Belgium
on July 1, 1939; deported >from Malenes Mechelen transit camp in Belgium
to Auschwitz on July 31, 1943.

27. FISCHER, Karl Joachim
Son of Leib Hersch Fischer and Sara Fischer. Born on October 30, 1937
in Leipzig, Germany; resident of Leipzig, Germany; traveled to Belgium
on July 1, 1939; deported >from Malenes Mechelen transit camp in Belgium
to Auschwitz on July 31, 1943.

28. SPRUNG, Chaje Rebekka (Regina)
Daughter of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, wife of Hermann
Susskind, mother of Aaron Susskind and Edith Eva Susskind. Born on
November 30, 1897, presumably in Brody, Poland. Moved to Leipzig,
Germany in 1914; resident of Leipzig, Germany; arrived in the U.S. on
November 29, 1938.

29. SUSSKIND, Hermann
Husband of Chaje Rebekka Susskind (nee Sprung), father of Aaron
Susskind and Edith Eva Susskind. Born on April 10, 1897 in Tartakovo,
Poland; resident of Leipzig, Germany; arrived in the U.S. on November 29,
1938.

30. SUSSKIND, Aaron Karl
Son of Chaje Rebekka Susskind (nee Sprung) and Hermann Susskind,
brother ofEdith Eva Susskind. Born on September 24, 1926 in Leipzig,
Germany; resident of Leipzig, Germany; arrived in the U.S. on November
29, 1938.

31. SUSSKIND, Edith Eva
Daughter of Chaje Rebekka Susskind (nee Sprung) and Hermann Susskind,
sister of Aaron Susskind. Born on October 31, 1930, presumably in
Leipzig, Germany; resident of Leipzig, Germany; arrived in the U.S. on Nove=
mber
29, 1938.

32. SPRUNG Osias (Otto)
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung; unmarried. Born on November
24, 1899 in Brody, Poland; moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1914; resident
of Leipzig, Germany; associated with Gebruder Sprung clothing business
in Leipzig; deported >from Leipzig, Germany; sent to an internment camp on
October 5, 1939; incarcerated in Sachsenhausen concentration camp from
March 28, 1940 to May 28, 1942; died there on May 28, 1942.

33. SPRUNG, Deborah
Daughter of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, wife of Herz Ketzlach,
mother of Oscar (Oswald) Ketzlach (Kettler). Born on August 27, 1902,
presumably in Brody, Poland; moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1914;
resident of Leipzig, Germany; traveled to the U.S. on March 24, 1940; died
on December 24, 1993.

34. KETZLACH, Herz
Husband of Deborah Weinstein Ketzlach (Kettler), father of Oscar
(Oswald) Ketzlach (Kettler) and David (Manfred) Ketzlach (Kettler).
Born on July 1, 1902 in Kherson, Russia; resident of Leipzig,
Germany; traveled to the U.S. on March 24, 1940; died on April 3, 1940.

* * *

Peter C. Sprung
Washington, D.C. USA
psprung@...

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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Researching Sprung Family from Brody and Leipzig #ukraine

Peter Sprung <psprung@...>
 

I just joined this group. I've been doing genealogy research for only
a few months, and consider myself a beginner.

I live in Washington, D.C. and my native language is English. I'm a
first generation American.

I'm an intermediate in using a computer. I have extensive experience
in using the internet.

I've conducted research at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, on the
website of Yad Vashem, the "Memorial Book of the Victims of
Persecution of Jews under the National
Socialist Tyranny," and several other sources.

For certain of my great-grandparents, grandparents, great aunts and
uncles, aunts and uncles, and second cousins, I've identified familial
relationships, birth dates and locations, death dates and locations,
of dates and locations of deportation and incarceration, etc.

Insofar as most of these persons were murdered in the Holocaust, I
know comparatively little about them or their histories. Accordingly,
my primary research goals are to:

(1) identify biographical information and any other information about
the individuals listed below, as well as other family members; (2)
connect with individuals who may have already collected information
about these individuals or other family members, or receive direction
to others who who may have collected such information; (3) identify
investigative leads or sources of information with which I can conduct
additional research; and (4) identify the names, biographical
information, and any other information about any other relatives of
the individuals listed below.

My JDFF Research ID number is 796223.

Here are the individuals I am researching:

1. SPRUNG, Schulim (Scholem, Szulim).
Husband of Zimmel and father of Chune Markus, Jakob, Wolf, Schewe,
Joachim, Moses Lieb, Sara, Chaje Rebekka, and Osias Sprung. Born May
6, 1859 in Brody, Poland; moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1914; resident
of Leipzig, Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1989; died in Holocaust
possibly on February 4, 1942 in Lvov.

2. SPRUNG, Zimmel (Zimel) (nee Daches, Tachese, Taches)
Wife of Schulim and mother of Chune Markus, Jakob, Wolf, Schewe,
Joachim, Moses Lieb, Sara, Chaje Rebekka, and Osias Sprung. Born on
May 12, 1861 in unknown location; moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1914;
resident of Leipzig, Germany; died on November 18,1936 in Leipzig, Germany.

3. SPRUNG, Chune Markus
Son of Schulim and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Klara Fink Sprung, father
of Klara, Lili, and Heinz. Born on May 24, 1886 in Brody, Poland;
moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1907; resident of Warburgstr. 1 in
Leipzig, Germany; associated with Gebruder Sprung clothing business in
Leipzig; expelled to Poland ion October 28, 1938; arrested by Nazis on
September 26, 1939 in Leipzig; incarcerated in Sachsenhausen concentration
camp >from March 28, 1940to May 28, 1942; died there on May 28, 1942.

4. SPRUNG, Klara (Chaje, Klara, Claire) (nee Fink)
Wife of Chune Markus Sprung and mother of Klara, Lili, and Heinz
Sprung. Born on either January 24 or January 27, 1893 in Grybow (now
Grunberg), Poland to Abraham and Feigel Fink; believed to have moved
to Leipzig, Germany in 1907; resident of Warburgstr. 1 in Leipzig,
Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; deported to Auschwitz
on July 13, 1942 or October 28, 1942.

5. SPRUNG, Lili
Daughter of Chune Markus and Chaje Sprung, sister of Sylvia and Heinz
Sprung. Born on July 25, 1923 in Leipzig, Germany; resident of
Warburgstr. 1 in Leipzig, Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938;
deported to Auschwitz on July 13, 1942 or October 28, 1942.

6. SPRUNG, Sylvia (Tutti)
Daughter of Chune Markus and Chaje Sprung, sister of Lili and Heinz
Sprung. Born on March 18, 1929 in Leipzig, Germany; resident of
Warburgstr. 1 in Leipzig, Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938;
deported to Auschwitz on July 13, 1942 or October 28, 1942.

7. SPRUNG, Heinz (Henry)
Son of Chune Markus and Chaje Sprung, brother of Lili and Sylvia
Sprung; husband of Charlotte Levy, father of Mark Sprung, Peter Sprung
and Jeffrey Sprung. Born on November 30, 1920 in Leipzig, Germany.
Resident of Warburgstr. 1 in Leipzig, Germany; arrested by Nazis on
September 26, 1939 in Leipzig; incarcerated in Sachsenhausen
concentration camp >from March 28, 1940 until 1942, when transferred to
Auschwitz; assigned to work at IG Farben factory in Buna; evacuated
from Auschwitz January 1945 and marched back into Germany; liberated
by U.S. troops on May 3, 1945 near Schwerin, Germany; went to Copenhagen
to live with uncle until April 1946; arrived in U.S. in May 1946.

8. SPRUNG, Jakob
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Blima Freid
Sprung, and father of Marion Sprung and Anita Sprung. Born on November
7, 1887 in Brody, Poland; moved to Germany in 1914 >from Vienna,
Austria; resident of Leipzig, Germany; associated with Gebruder Sprung
clothing business in Leipzig; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; travelled
to Lvov on June 15, 1939; possibly died on August 2, 1942 in Lvov, Poland.

9. SPRUNG, Blima (Bertha, Blume) (nee Fried)
Wife of Jakob Sprung, mother of Marion Sprung and Anita Sprung. Born
on November 29, 1985 in Brody, Poland; resident of Leipzig, Germany;
expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; in Holocaust on unknown date
in unknown location.

10. SPRUNG, Marion
Daughter of Jakob Sprung and Blima Sprung, sister of Anita Sprung.
Born on March 16, 1920 in Leipzig, Germany; resident of Leipzig,
Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; in Holocaust on
unknown date in unknown location.

11. SPRUNG, Anita
Daughter of Jakob Sprung and Blima Sprung, sister of Marion Sprung.
Born on January 10, 1924 in Leipzig, Germany; resident of Leipzig,
Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; deported >from Lvov,
Poland ghetto on unknown date; died in Holocaust on unknown date in
unknown location.

12. SPRUNG, Wolf
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Erna Gehl Sprung,
and father of Viktor Manfred Sprung. Born on January 14, 1889 in
Brody, Poland; came to Leipzig, Germany >from Paris in 1910; resident
of Leipzig, Germany; left Leipzig for France on July 1, 1939; died in Auschwitz
on December 16, 1942.

13. SPRUNG, Erna (nee Gehl)
Wife of Wolf Sprung, mother of Viktor Manfred Sprung. Born on November
11, 1903 or November 15, 1903 in unknown place; resident of Leipzig,
Germany; left Leipzig for France on July 1, 1939; fate thereafter is unknow=
n.

14. SPRUNG, Viktor Manfred
Son of Wolf Sprung and Erna Sprung (nee Gehl). Born on August 31, 1928
in Leipzig, Germany; resident of Leipzig, Germany; left for France on
July 1, 1939; lived for an unknown period with relatives in Paris; settled =
in
Palestine on unknown date.

15. SPRUNG Schewe Sophie
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Chaim (Chain)
Kesten, and mother of Hildegard Kesten (aka Tamar Mann) and Anita
Chana Kesten (aka Chana Sharon Sklarzyk). Born on February 1, 1892,
presumably in Brody, Poland; moved to Leipzig in 1914; resident of
Leipzig, Germany; died in the Holocaust on unknown date in unknown
location.

16. KESTEN, Chaim (Chain)
Husband of Schewe Sophie Kesten, father of Hildegard Kesten (aka Tamar
Mann) and Anita Chana Kesten (aka Chana Sharon Sklarzyk). Born on
May 11, 1888 in Podwoloczyska, Ukraine; resident of Leipzig; expelled to
Poland on October 28, 1938; died in 1945 in Lvov.

17. KESTEN, Hildegard (aka Tamar Mann)
Daughter of Shewe Sophie Sprung and Chaim Kesten. Born on May 10, 1920
in Dresden, Germany; settled in Palestine on unknown date.

18. KESTEN, Anita Chanav (aka Chana Sharon Sklarzyk)
Daughter of Shewe Sophie Sprung and Chaim Kesten. Born on February 19,
1923 in unknown location; settled in Palestine on unknown date.

19. SPRUNG, Joachim
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Sabina (Salomea)
Sprung (nee Berger). Born on January 23, 1893 in Brody, Poland; moved
to Leipzig, Germany in 1911; resident of Leipzig, Germany; traveled to
Bombay, India July 7, 1939; moved to U.S. on unknown date and settled in
New York City; died on February 25, 1966.

20. SPRUNG, Sabina (Salomea) (nee Berger)
Wife of Joachim Sprung. Born on August 28, 1900 in Tarnow, Poland;
resident of Leipzig, Germany. Traveled to Bombay, India July 7, 1939; moved
to U.S. on unknown date and settled in New York City; died on April 26, 198=
2.

21. SPRUNG, Moses Leib
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, husband of Bruda Sprung (nee
Wegweiser/Dodel), and father of Ruth Sprung and Harry Bernhardt
Sprung. Born on July 30, 1894 in Brody, Poland; moved >from Vienna,
Austria to Leipzig, Germany in 1914; resident of Leipzig, Germany;
associated with Gebruder Sprung clothing business in Leipzig; expelled
to Poland on October 28, 1938; believed to have died in Holocaust on
July 5, 1942 in Lvov.

22. SPRUNG, Brucha (Bruda, Bruche) (nee Wegweiser/Dodel)
Wife of Moses Leib Sprung and mother of Ruth Sprung and
Harry Bernhardt Sprung. Born on December 12, 1907 in Brody, Poland;
resident of Leipzig, Germany; expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938;
died in Holocaust on unknown date in unknown place.

23. SPRUNG, Ruth
Daughter of Moses Leib Sprung and Bruda Sprung, sister of Harry
Bernhardt Sprung. Born on February 4, 1930 in Leipzig, Germany;
expelled to Poland on October 28, 1938; died in Holocaust on unknown
date in unknown place.

24. SPRUNG, Harry Bernhard
Son of Moses Leib Sprung and Bruda Sprung and brother of Ruth Sprung.
Born on March 18, 1935 in Leipzig, Germany; expelled to Poland on
October 28, 1938; died in Holocaust on unknown date in unknown place.

25. SPRUNG, Sara (Sali)
Daughter of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, wife of Leib Hersch
Fischer, and mother of Karl Joachim Fischer. Born on June 29, 1896 in
Brody, Poland; moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1914; resident of Leipzig,
Germany; traveled to Belgium on July 1, 1939; deported >from Malenes
Mechelen transit camp in Belgium to Auschwitz on July 31, 1943.

26. FISCHER, Leib Hersch (Herman)
Husband of Sara Fischer, father of Karl Joachim Fischer, son of
Mordechai March Fischer and Yochevet Jacheta Steinitz. Born on April
20, 1896 in Sosnowiec, Poland; believed to have moved to Leipzig,
Germany in 1914; resident of Leipzig, Germany; traveled to Belgium
on July 1, 1939; deported >from Malenes Mechelen transit camp in Belgium
to Auschwitz on July 31, 1943.

27. FISCHER, Karl Joachim
Son of Leib Hersch Fischer and Sara Fischer. Born on October 30, 1937
in Leipzig, Germany; resident of Leipzig, Germany; traveled to Belgium
on July 1, 1939; deported >from Malenes Mechelen transit camp in Belgium
to Auschwitz on July 31, 1943.

28. SPRUNG, Chaje Rebekka (Regina)
Daughter of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, wife of Hermann
Susskind, mother of Aaron Susskind and Edith Eva Susskind. Born on
November 30, 1897, presumably in Brody, Poland. Moved to Leipzig,
Germany in 1914; resident of Leipzig, Germany; arrived in the U.S. on
November 29, 1938.

29. SUSSKIND, Hermann
Husband of Chaje Rebekka Susskind (nee Sprung), father of Aaron
Susskind and Edith Eva Susskind. Born on April 10, 1897 in Tartakovo,
Poland; resident of Leipzig, Germany; arrived in the U.S. on November 29,
1938.

30. SUSSKIND, Aaron Karl
Son of Chaje Rebekka Susskind (nee Sprung) and Hermann Susskind,
brother ofEdith Eva Susskind. Born on September 24, 1926 in Leipzig,
Germany; resident of Leipzig, Germany; arrived in the U.S. on November
29, 1938.

31. SUSSKIND, Edith Eva
Daughter of Chaje Rebekka Susskind (nee Sprung) and Hermann Susskind,
sister of Aaron Susskind. Born on October 31, 1930, presumably in
Leipzig, Germany; resident of Leipzig, Germany; arrived in the U.S. on Nove=
mber
29, 1938.

32. SPRUNG Osias (Otto)
Son of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung; unmarried. Born on November
24, 1899 in Brody, Poland; moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1914; resident
of Leipzig, Germany; associated with Gebruder Sprung clothing business
in Leipzig; deported >from Leipzig, Germany; sent to an internment camp on
October 5, 1939; incarcerated in Sachsenhausen concentration camp from
March 28, 1940 to May 28, 1942; died there on May 28, 1942.

33. SPRUNG, Deborah
Daughter of Schulim Sprung and Zimmel Sprung, wife of Herz Ketzlach,
mother of Oscar (Oswald) Ketzlach (Kettler). Born on August 27, 1902,
presumably in Brody, Poland; moved to Leipzig, Germany in 1914;
resident of Leipzig, Germany; traveled to the U.S. on March 24, 1940; died
on December 24, 1993.

34. KETZLACH, Herz
Husband of Deborah Weinstein Ketzlach (Kettler), father of Oscar
(Oswald) Ketzlach (Kettler) and David (Manfred) Ketzlach (Kettler).
Born on July 1, 1902 in Kherson, Russia; resident of Leipzig,
Germany; traveled to the U.S. on March 24, 1940; died on April 3, 1940.

* * *

Peter C. Sprung
Washington, D.C. USA
psprung@...

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Mount Hebron Cemetery - Queens - NY #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Hi All

I am going to be making a research visit to Mount Hebron Cemetery in Flushing,
Queens.

If anyone is looking for assistance at the cemetery please contact me off list
to discuss. I know my around the cemetery and am pretty good at locating the
graves and taking photos.

I do not change for the photos and emailing the but I do appreciate people who
are kind enough to send a few dollars to help with the expense of doing this
for everyone.

It is a large cemetery so it helps if you have checked their location on their
website to see if you can ID the grave. Common names of course show up a lot
of the more specific you can be the better.

Allan Jordan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Mount Hebron Cemetery - Queens - NY #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Hi All

I am going to be making a research visit to Mount Hebron Cemetery in Flushing,
Queens.

If anyone is looking for assistance at the cemetery please contact me off list
to discuss. I know my around the cemetery and am pretty good at locating the
graves and taking photos.

I do not change for the photos and emailing the but I do appreciate people who
are kind enough to send a few dollars to help with the expense of doing this
for everyone.

It is a large cemetery so it helps if you have checked their location on their
website to see if you can ID the grave. Common names of course show up a lot
of the more specific you can be the better.

Allan Jordan


German town name on manifest - ViewMate #general

Toby Gass <tgass@...>
 

Hello,

I am requesting assistance reading a ship manifest posted on ViewMate
at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68541
I'm hoping someone can interpret the name of the German city associated
with Passenger 82, Lesser Schwartz. Comparing it with Leipzig (Passenger 80),
the middle letter is clearly a "p". Comparing it with Trento (Passenger 74),
the last two letters would be "to". That would make it Wespesto.

The only cities I can find with a reasonably similar name are in Romania
and Hungary. The manifest, however, says the city is in Germany. This
manifest is >from a ship that departed Antwerp in 1893, so the city
would be within the 1890s border of Germany.

Please respond using the ViewMate tools.

Thank you for the assistance.

Toby Gass

Researching
FEDER (Bialystok, Zabludow), EPSTEIN (Bialystok, Ruzhany,Zelva), OSSAKOWSKY/
ASAKOVSKY (Zelva), TSIMAKHOVICH (Zelva, Ruzhany, Bialystok), SCHEYNMAN/SCHEINERMAN
(Brest-Litovsk, Israel, British and Ottoman Palestine), PUCHACHEVER (Brest-
Litovsk), SCHWARTZ (Brest-Litovsk, Pinsk and Galicia), MAKHLIS (Brest-Litovsk,
Shershev), WEISS married to MAKHLIS, MAREINE (Goniadz), GUSS/GUZOWSKY (Goniadz),
COHEN married to GUSS/GUZOWSKY (Goniadz), COHEN married to OSSAKOWSKY/ASAKOVSKY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen German town name on manifest - ViewMate #general

Toby Gass <tgass@...>
 

Hello,

I am requesting assistance reading a ship manifest posted on ViewMate
at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68541
I'm hoping someone can interpret the name of the German city associated
with Passenger 82, Lesser Schwartz. Comparing it with Leipzig (Passenger 80),
the middle letter is clearly a "p". Comparing it with Trento (Passenger 74),
the last two letters would be "to". That would make it Wespesto.

The only cities I can find with a reasonably similar name are in Romania
and Hungary. The manifest, however, says the city is in Germany. This
manifest is >from a ship that departed Antwerp in 1893, so the city
would be within the 1890s border of Germany.

Please respond using the ViewMate tools.

Thank you for the assistance.

Toby Gass

Researching
FEDER (Bialystok, Zabludow), EPSTEIN (Bialystok, Ruzhany,Zelva), OSSAKOWSKY/
ASAKOVSKY (Zelva), TSIMAKHOVICH (Zelva, Ruzhany, Bialystok), SCHEYNMAN/SCHEINERMAN
(Brest-Litovsk, Israel, British and Ottoman Palestine), PUCHACHEVER (Brest-
Litovsk), SCHWARTZ (Brest-Litovsk, Pinsk and Galicia), MAKHLIS (Brest-Litovsk,
Shershev), WEISS married to MAKHLIS, MAREINE (Goniadz), GUSS/GUZOWSKY (Goniadz),
COHEN married to GUSS/GUZOWSKY (Goniadz), COHEN married to OSSAKOWSKY/ASAKOVSKY


Re: Searching: ROSS #general

Sheri F. Ross <sf.ross@...>
 

A quick overall thank you to everyone who responded to my request for assistance.
I haven't had time yet to respond to everyone individually but I did want to be
certain everyone knows how grateful I am for all the help & suggestions.

Still haven't managed to figure out where my great-grandfather Louis ROSS was
born/emigrated >from or what his surname was before it was changed to ROSS but
I also haven't finished following up on all the wonderful suggestions.

from the bottom of my heart, thank you.
Sheri F. Ross
Sterling, VA USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching: ROSS #general

Sheri F. Ross <sf.ross@...>
 

A quick overall thank you to everyone who responded to my request for assistance.
I haven't had time yet to respond to everyone individually but I did want to be
certain everyone knows how grateful I am for all the help & suggestions.

Still haven't managed to figure out where my great-grandfather Louis ROSS was
born/emigrated >from or what his surname was before it was changed to ROSS but
I also haven't finished following up on all the wonderful suggestions.

from the bottom of my heart, thank you.
Sheri F. Ross
Sterling, VA USA


Dora ALBAHARY Born 10 Nov 1891 in Vienna #general

William Hunter <nickh2@...>
 

Dora ALBAHARY Born 10 Nov 1891 in Vienna, Austria David ALBAHARY had 4
children: Felix Isak, Otto, Dora and Franziska. I have discovered the fate
of all but Dora. I found a death notice for Franzi in Association of Jewish
Refugees, in London, 1978. She died unmarried, but the notice mentioned she
would be missed by her sister. Dora ALBAHARY was the only sister, though
her surname likely was different if married. The implication is that Dora
survived the war. I contacted the AJR last month, but have not yet received
a response. Anyone have information on this David ALBAHARY family line?
Ideas on research approach?

Bill Hunter nickh2@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Dora ALBAHARY Born 10 Nov 1891 in Vienna #general

William Hunter <nickh2@...>
 

Dora ALBAHARY Born 10 Nov 1891 in Vienna, Austria David ALBAHARY had 4
children: Felix Isak, Otto, Dora and Franziska. I have discovered the fate
of all but Dora. I found a death notice for Franzi in Association of Jewish
Refugees, in London, 1978. She died unmarried, but the notice mentioned she
would be missed by her sister. Dora ALBAHARY was the only sister, though
her surname likely was different if married. The implication is that Dora
survived the war. I contacted the AJR last month, but have not yet received
a response. Anyone have information on this David ALBAHARY family line?
Ideas on research approach?

Bill Hunter nickh2@...


Intro- researching BLOMBERG (Lippe), BUEKEBERG (Niedersachsen), GROEBZIG (Anhalt), PINNE (Posen), GREIFENBERG (Pommern), Berlin, Silesia #germany

K Dolcimascolo <kdolcim@...>
 

Hello GerSig,

I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for about
5 years. I consider myself to be an intermediate researcher at doing
German Jewish Genealogy research.

I live in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. My native language is English and I
also know a little German and some French is stuck in my head >from past
schooling. I consider myself intermediate to advanced in using a computer.
My experience in using the Internet is extensive.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of all of my Jewish
Ge=
rman side=E2=80=99s grandparents, all of my great grandparents and all of my
great great grandparents. My family research extends to 1800 and earlier.

My primary research goals now are to find out siblings of some of my
ancestors; a few 4th- and higher great grandparents, and a few cousins of
my grandparents and their descendants that I haven't found yet.

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 686952.

The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF
(JewishGen Family Finder) are HEINEMANN (Buekeburg) and LOEWENTHAL
(Groebzig).

Kira Dolcimascolo, Baltimore, Maryland kdolcim@...

Moderator Reminder: Last names of ancestors you are researching
and their spouses and relatives should be typed with all capital
letters every time they appear in any part of Email to this list.
No other words, including your own last name, should be in all caps. MOD1


German SIG #Germany Intro- researching BLOMBERG (Lippe), BUEKEBERG (Niedersachsen), GROEBZIG (Anhalt), PINNE (Posen), GREIFENBERG (Pommern), Berlin, Silesia #germany

K Dolcimascolo <kdolcim@...>
 

Hello GerSig,

I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for about
5 years. I consider myself to be an intermediate researcher at doing
German Jewish Genealogy research.

I live in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. My native language is English and I
also know a little German and some French is stuck in my head >from past
schooling. I consider myself intermediate to advanced in using a computer.
My experience in using the Internet is extensive.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of all of my Jewish
Ge=
rman side=E2=80=99s grandparents, all of my great grandparents and all of my
great great grandparents. My family research extends to 1800 and earlier.

My primary research goals now are to find out siblings of some of my
ancestors; a few 4th- and higher great grandparents, and a few cousins of
my grandparents and their descendants that I haven't found yet.

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 686952.

The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF
(JewishGen Family Finder) are HEINEMANN (Buekeburg) and LOEWENTHAL
(Groebzig).

Kira Dolcimascolo, Baltimore, Maryland kdolcim@...

Moderator Reminder: Last names of ancestors you are researching
and their spouses and relatives should be typed with all capital
letters every time they appear in any part of Email to this list.
No other words, including your own last name, should be in all caps. MOD1


Help in locating town #lithuania

Bette Mas <bette.sscf@...>
 

Richard Stower wrote: << My grandfather-in-law, according to his
naturalization papers, came >from a town named GIZEJIKANIS. Family lore
has it that he came >from Lithuania, but was an ethnic Pole. I have not
been able to locate this town or district or neighborhood anywhere. >>
-----
When trying to identify an unknown town, after obtaining all possible
family documents, it is preferable to search JewishGen Gazetteer by
distance and direction >from a known location.
< https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocTown.asp > A search for
(sounds like) Gizejikanis in JGG has no result, as expected.

A search in Ancestry only for keyword Gizejikanis resulted in a
naturalization declaration image linked to Kazimerz Jan Radziewicz on
the Ozzolek Family Tree. KJR was born March 4, 1880 in Lithuania,
immigrated >from Hamburg on the B? to NY about 29 July 1907, resided
in Massachusetts, wife Alexandria in 1928,. No censuses or other
documents found in Ancestry for this family.

Steve Morse Ellis Island Gold Form search results <
https://www.stevemorse.org/ > found the most likely match, Casimier
Radziewicz 27, Aug 1, 1907 Badenia >from Hamburg, Polish, last
residence Kowno Russia, birth place Grikancy Russia.

A JGG search for (sounds like) Grikancy by distance and direction from
Kowno (Kaunas) in Lithuania resulted in the correct town.
Greikonys, Lithuania (coordinates 5433 2412) 27.0 miles SSE of Kaunas
(Kovno). Click on G for Google map.

Bette Stoop Mas
USA


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Help in locating town #lithuania

Bette Mas <bette.sscf@...>
 

Richard Stower wrote: << My grandfather-in-law, according to his
naturalization papers, came >from a town named GIZEJIKANIS. Family lore
has it that he came >from Lithuania, but was an ethnic Pole. I have not
been able to locate this town or district or neighborhood anywhere. >>
-----
When trying to identify an unknown town, after obtaining all possible
family documents, it is preferable to search JewishGen Gazetteer by
distance and direction >from a known location.
< https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocTown.asp > A search for
(sounds like) Gizejikanis in JGG has no result, as expected.

A search in Ancestry only for keyword Gizejikanis resulted in a
naturalization declaration image linked to Kazimerz Jan Radziewicz on
the Ozzolek Family Tree. KJR was born March 4, 1880 in Lithuania,
immigrated >from Hamburg on the B? to NY about 29 July 1907, resided
in Massachusetts, wife Alexandria in 1928,. No censuses or other
documents found in Ancestry for this family.

Steve Morse Ellis Island Gold Form search results <
https://www.stevemorse.org/ > found the most likely match, Casimier
Radziewicz 27, Aug 1, 1907 Badenia >from Hamburg, Polish, last
residence Kowno Russia, birth place Grikancy Russia.

A JGG search for (sounds like) Grikancy by distance and direction from
Kowno (Kaunas) in Lithuania resulted in the correct town.
Greikonys, Lithuania (coordinates 5433 2412) 27.0 miles SSE of Kaunas
(Kovno). Click on G for Google map.

Bette Stoop Mas
USA


from Sharkovshchina to Shkuntiki #lithuania

Salinger Ralph
 

Dear Readers,
I am posting this for a friend

Looking at the All Lithuania Revision List Database (Pt. 2) (Family List,
1888), my gggrandfather, Mendel Pinkus IUDIN, is listed as living in the
Shkuntiki village, Igumen area, Disna, Vilnius. [Family List,
LVIA/681/17/1103] Under the "Comments" section it notes that he was
"registered in Sharkov JC, lived in the village >from 1868".
1. What does the "JC" stand for?
2.Does this mean that Mendel moved >from Sharkovshchina to Shkuntiki, but
the registry wasn't updated to the new location? My grandfather (Mendel's
grandson), Shimon/Sam YUDIN, said that he came >from Sharkovshchina [this is
about 9.5 miles >from Shkuntiki, unless he was referring to the district &
not the village].
3. What registry does this refer to? Does it still exist? Is the original
page available online?

Ralph Salinger


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania from Sharkovshchina to Shkuntiki #lithuania

Salinger Ralph
 

Dear Readers,
I am posting this for a friend

Looking at the All Lithuania Revision List Database (Pt. 2) (Family List,
1888), my gggrandfather, Mendel Pinkus IUDIN, is listed as living in the
Shkuntiki village, Igumen area, Disna, Vilnius. [Family List,
LVIA/681/17/1103] Under the "Comments" section it notes that he was
"registered in Sharkov JC, lived in the village >from 1868".
1. What does the "JC" stand for?
2.Does this mean that Mendel moved >from Sharkovshchina to Shkuntiki, but
the registry wasn't updated to the new location? My grandfather (Mendel's
grandson), Shimon/Sam YUDIN, said that he came >from Sharkovshchina [this is
about 9.5 miles >from Shkuntiki, unless he was referring to the district &
not the village].
3. What registry does this refer to? Does it still exist? Is the original
page available online?

Ralph Salinger

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