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Resmaline Synagogue of former Akkerman #ukraine

Sturman Nathan <npsturman@...>
 

Does anybody have information on the former great Resmaline Synagogue of
Belgorod Dnestrovskiy (former Cetatia Alba, Akkerman etc)? An encyclopedia
article introduced it to me as having been founded as early as the 15th
century by Kairites. It was the place where, 1n 1941, the remaining Jews
from the city and surounding towns who could not escape to Odessa were
detained by the Nazis and Iron Guard without food for three days before
execution at the Liman.
That, and the fact that the Soviets had turned it into an archive during
the brief 1940-41 period of Sovietization in the months before the
invasion, are all I could find out.

Nathan Sturman
Beidaihe, PR China


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Resmaline Synagogue of former Akkerman #ukraine

Sturman Nathan <npsturman@...>
 

Does anybody have information on the former great Resmaline Synagogue of
Belgorod Dnestrovskiy (former Cetatia Alba, Akkerman etc)? An encyclopedia
article introduced it to me as having been founded as early as the 15th
century by Kairites. It was the place where, 1n 1941, the remaining Jews
from the city and surounding towns who could not escape to Odessa were
detained by the Nazis and Iron Guard without food for three days before
execution at the Liman.
That, and the fact that the Soviets had turned it into an archive during
the brief 1940-41 period of Sovietization in the months before the
invasion, are all I could find out.

Nathan Sturman
Beidaihe, PR China


Re: The "Large" Synagogue? #ukraine

NFatouros@...
 

A website for Odessa's Central Synagogue, the "Brody" synagogue, and the
Kosher Meat and Slaughterers Synagogue can be found at:

http://www.moria.farlep.net/vjodessa/en/synagogs.html

The site has illustrations of each synagogue and mentions the names of
personages associated with them.

The Brody synagogue was founded by merchants >from the town of Brody (not, as
some people think, by the Brodsky family). It was located on Pushkinskaya and
Pochtovaya streets. A HIAS member told me recently that a regional archive
now occupies the building. The Brody was less orthodox in the form of worship
and ritual than was the Central or Great (Glavnaia) synagogue on
Richelevskaya Street in which Sue Feder is interested.

Some information about both synagogues can also be Steven J. Zipperstein's
"The Jews of Odessa," and in Patricia Herlihy's "Odessa: A History 1794-1914."

Zipperstein's book also mentions a Mordecai Weinstein and his arrest over a
dispute about the proper schooling of Jewish youth. Of course, I can't say
whether he was related to the photographer Vaynshtayn.

Herlihy's book has a good photograph of the Main Synagogue.

A modern street map of Odessa can be found on the Internet at
http://www.odessa-ua.com/map-odessa.htm

An old map of Odessa, printed in cyrillic characters, and showing its streets
and main edifices can be found at:

http://www.odessaglobe.com/russian/tour/old-map.htm

Although the lettering on the old map is reasonably clear, I could not get
some of the text at this site to appear in any other form than in "?????" so
I can't say when the map was published.



Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@...
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa and Berdichev; FELDMAN, Pinsk;
SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse; SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk;
RAPOPORT, Tarnopol, Korostyshev; BEHAM, Salok and Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY,
Ostryna.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: The "Large" Synagogue? #ukraine

NFatouros@...
 

A website for Odessa's Central Synagogue, the "Brody" synagogue, and the
Kosher Meat and Slaughterers Synagogue can be found at:

http://www.moria.farlep.net/vjodessa/en/synagogs.html

The site has illustrations of each synagogue and mentions the names of
personages associated with them.

The Brody synagogue was founded by merchants >from the town of Brody (not, as
some people think, by the Brodsky family). It was located on Pushkinskaya and
Pochtovaya streets. A HIAS member told me recently that a regional archive
now occupies the building. The Brody was less orthodox in the form of worship
and ritual than was the Central or Great (Glavnaia) synagogue on
Richelevskaya Street in which Sue Feder is interested.

Some information about both synagogues can also be Steven J. Zipperstein's
"The Jews of Odessa," and in Patricia Herlihy's "Odessa: A History 1794-1914."

Zipperstein's book also mentions a Mordecai Weinstein and his arrest over a
dispute about the proper schooling of Jewish youth. Of course, I can't say
whether he was related to the photographer Vaynshtayn.

Herlihy's book has a good photograph of the Main Synagogue.

A modern street map of Odessa can be found on the Internet at
http://www.odessa-ua.com/map-odessa.htm

An old map of Odessa, printed in cyrillic characters, and showing its streets
and main edifices can be found at:

http://www.odessaglobe.com/russian/tour/old-map.htm

Although the lettering on the old map is reasonably clear, I could not get
some of the text at this site to appear in any other form than in "?????" so
I can't say when the map was published.



Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@...
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa and Berdichev; FELDMAN, Pinsk;
SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse; SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk;
RAPOPORT, Tarnopol, Korostyshev; BEHAM, Salok and Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY,
Ostryna.


Zuni MAUD #yiddish

hennynow
 

I am researching my distant relative Zuni MAUD [= MOED], the artist and
co-founder of the first New York puppet theater "Modicut."

YIVO in New York has mailed me a few articles written in Yiddish (Hebrew
lettering). I'd like to find someone in Los Angeles who could help me
decipher them. I only look for biographical material right now: the name
of his parents and what shtetl they lived in. I know he immigrated to New
York in 1905.

I believe he ran until the 1940s a little hotel in the Catskill Mountains
called Maud's Summer-Ray. My parents stayed there one summer and I
visited them, >from New York City.

I shall welcome any recollections or "eitzes" (advice).

Henny

Henriette Moed Roth
Los Angeles, California
hennynow@...

Moderator's Note: Offers to help translate the Yiddish material should be
done privately with the sender. Other comments and general suggestions may
be sent to the YT&V message list.


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Zuni MAUD #yiddish

hennynow
 

I am researching my distant relative Zuni MAUD [= MOED], the artist and
co-founder of the first New York puppet theater "Modicut."

YIVO in New York has mailed me a few articles written in Yiddish (Hebrew
lettering). I'd like to find someone in Los Angeles who could help me
decipher them. I only look for biographical material right now: the name
of his parents and what shtetl they lived in. I know he immigrated to New
York in 1905.

I believe he ran until the 1940s a little hotel in the Catskill Mountains
called Maud's Summer-Ray. My parents stayed there one summer and I
visited them, >from New York City.

I shall welcome any recollections or "eitzes" (advice).

Henny

Henriette Moed Roth
Los Angeles, California
hennynow@...

Moderator's Note: Offers to help translate the Yiddish material should be
done privately with the sender. Other comments and general suggestions may
be sent to the YT&V message list.


P.S. to SAPIRMAN/AUERBACH #rabbinic

Alex P. Korn <apkorn@...>
 

------- Original Message --------
Subject: Response to "Sapirman Family"
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2002 16:01:20 -0500
From: "Alex P. Korn" <apkorn@...>
To: ravsig@...

Dear All,
Rabbi Chaim AUERBACH wrote a sefer-book called Divrei
Mishpot in 1835.In the
introduction he says his mother,Yachad,is a descendent of
Rabbi Joseph KARO.
Does anyone know any connection >from nowadays upward until
then,and or a
connection from1835 and upwards?
Thank you in advance.

sapirman@...
Toronto

Dear Ravsig,
I have been researching the AUERBACH/ORBACH rabbinic dynasty
for some time and can offer some information. Rabbi Chaim
AUERBACH was a descendent of Joseph KARO through the
marriage
of his great grandfather, R. Shlomo Zalman, a Sephardi
mystic, to the KARO family, but I do not know how the
details of that descent. R. Shlomo Zalman's son was R.
Menachem AUERBACH who served in Poznan in 1750, and his
sons, in turn, were R. Yitzhak Itzik A. who served in
Lissa/Leszno and died 5 Tammuz, 1788, and R. Ze'ev AUERBACH
who was born around 1693 in Le(n)czyca and died in 1809. R.
Chaim AUERBACH was R. Yitzhak Itzik's son.

The introduction to Divrei Mishpat, which was written by his
son R. Menachem, does indeed indicate that his mother was
"Yachad" and that she is descended >from the Beit Yosef. I
assume the name is "Yachet", for he names a daughter
Yachet/Jachet. (She was born June 18, 1818, in Le(n)czycza
from his second wife, Machla.) R. Chaim's first wife was
Gitl, daughter of R. Moshe of Shwerentz (sp?). His second
wife was Machla Ickowna. His third wife was Golda
JAKUBOWICZ, daughter of R. Yehudah. So, it seems that there
are two connection to Yosef KARO both >from his great
grandfather's wife and his own.

I have much more to share with you if you contact me
privately with specific questions.

Alex P. Korn
Toronto, Canada
URBACH, LAPIDES, SIERADZKI (Dzialoszyn, Poland)
KORN, JAKUBOWICZ, BORNSZTAJN (Lask, Zdunska Wola)
NIEWIADOMSKI, GOLDBERG, SZTAJN, KACZKA, PINKUS/BUCH,
(Piotrkow Trybunalski)


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic P.S. to SAPIRMAN/AUERBACH #rabbinic

Alex P. Korn <apkorn@...>
 

------- Original Message --------
Subject: Response to "Sapirman Family"
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2002 16:01:20 -0500
From: "Alex P. Korn" <apkorn@...>
To: ravsig@...

Dear All,
Rabbi Chaim AUERBACH wrote a sefer-book called Divrei
Mishpot in 1835.In the
introduction he says his mother,Yachad,is a descendent of
Rabbi Joseph KARO.
Does anyone know any connection >from nowadays upward until
then,and or a
connection from1835 and upwards?
Thank you in advance.

sapirman@...
Toronto

Dear Ravsig,
I have been researching the AUERBACH/ORBACH rabbinic dynasty
for some time and can offer some information. Rabbi Chaim
AUERBACH was a descendent of Joseph KARO through the
marriage
of his great grandfather, R. Shlomo Zalman, a Sephardi
mystic, to the KARO family, but I do not know how the
details of that descent. R. Shlomo Zalman's son was R.
Menachem AUERBACH who served in Poznan in 1750, and his
sons, in turn, were R. Yitzhak Itzik A. who served in
Lissa/Leszno and died 5 Tammuz, 1788, and R. Ze'ev AUERBACH
who was born around 1693 in Le(n)czyca and died in 1809. R.
Chaim AUERBACH was R. Yitzhak Itzik's son.

The introduction to Divrei Mishpat, which was written by his
son R. Menachem, does indeed indicate that his mother was
"Yachad" and that she is descended >from the Beit Yosef. I
assume the name is "Yachet", for he names a daughter
Yachet/Jachet. (She was born June 18, 1818, in Le(n)czycza
from his second wife, Machla.) R. Chaim's first wife was
Gitl, daughter of R. Moshe of Shwerentz (sp?). His second
wife was Machla Ickowna. His third wife was Golda
JAKUBOWICZ, daughter of R. Yehudah. So, it seems that there
are two connection to Yosef KARO both >from his great
grandfather's wife and his own.

I have much more to share with you if you contact me
privately with specific questions.

Alex P. Korn
Toronto, Canada
URBACH, LAPIDES, SIERADZKI (Dzialoszyn, Poland)
KORN, JAKUBOWICZ, BORNSZTAJN (Lask, Zdunska Wola)
NIEWIADOMSKI, GOLDBERG, SZTAJN, KACZKA, PINKUS/BUCH,
(Piotrkow Trybunalski)


Re: group e-mail #general

MDMCOUSA@...
 

From: mdmcousa@... (Marc D. Manson)
Subject: Re: group e-mail

Dear Natalya.......

a friendly suggestion.......

If you "don't appreciate [your email] address being available to people [you]
don't know without [your] consent", then you should probably not respond to a
newsgroup, nor should you use your entire name for your e-mail address. We
all suffer >from our e-mail addresses being "forwarded", and that is the price
we pay for participating.

One suggestion would be to create an email address that you only use for
"online/public" purposes, such as newsgroup postings, etc., and keep your
"private" email for friends, family, etc.

Marc Manson
Farmington Hills, MI


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: group e-mail #general

MDMCOUSA@...
 

From: mdmcousa@... (Marc D. Manson)
Subject: Re: group e-mail

Dear Natalya.......

a friendly suggestion.......

If you "don't appreciate [your email] address being available to people [you]
don't know without [your] consent", then you should probably not respond to a
newsgroup, nor should you use your entire name for your e-mail address. We
all suffer >from our e-mail addresses being "forwarded", and that is the price
we pay for participating.

One suggestion would be to create an email address that you only use for
"online/public" purposes, such as newsgroup postings, etc., and keep your
"private" email for friends, family, etc.

Marc Manson
Farmington Hills, MI


Shaul Benjamin #rabbinic

LeslieReich <lreich@...>
 

From: Leslie Reich
Subject: Shaul Benjamin
Sent: 12 Feb '02

Varda Epstein recently inquired:

"..........tell me who is Shaul Benjamin in
relationship to the building of the Churva Synagogue. "

I'm not quite sure if the answer is for this list, but Shaul Benjamin
(Hacohen) (Karelitz)
was a rather controversial Rav in 19th C. Jerusalem. He arrived there
around 1857, and fell out with the Ashkenazi establishment and was
involved in a competitive attempt to acquire the Hurva site in the
early 1860s. If I remember rightly, he (or one of his party) promoted
a lottery for this purpose

There is much about him in memoirs of the period. A listing of
printed pamphlets attacking him and supporting him can be found in
Shoshana Halevi's excellent bibliography "Sifrei Yerushlaim
Horishonim" printed by Mechon Ben Zvi in 1978 (see Nos. 92 to 96).

There is also material in Frumkin's Toldos Chachmei Yerushlaim, part
3, page 272. Both these works should be available easily in Israeli
libraries.

Leslie Reich, Manchester



From: Dov & Varda <yknow@...>
Date: Fri, 08 Feb 2002 08:41:55 +0200
X-Message-Number: 2

Will someone who has a good background in the history of the Old
Yishuv, please contact me and tell me who is Shaul Benjamin in
relationship to the building of the Churva Synagogue.

Varda Epstein
yknow@...
Metzad
Israel


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Shaul Benjamin #rabbinic

LeslieReich <lreich@...>
 

From: Leslie Reich
Subject: Shaul Benjamin
Sent: 12 Feb '02

Varda Epstein recently inquired:

"..........tell me who is Shaul Benjamin in
relationship to the building of the Churva Synagogue. "

I'm not quite sure if the answer is for this list, but Shaul Benjamin
(Hacohen) (Karelitz)
was a rather controversial Rav in 19th C. Jerusalem. He arrived there
around 1857, and fell out with the Ashkenazi establishment and was
involved in a competitive attempt to acquire the Hurva site in the
early 1860s. If I remember rightly, he (or one of his party) promoted
a lottery for this purpose

There is much about him in memoirs of the period. A listing of
printed pamphlets attacking him and supporting him can be found in
Shoshana Halevi's excellent bibliography "Sifrei Yerushlaim
Horishonim" printed by Mechon Ben Zvi in 1978 (see Nos. 92 to 96).

There is also material in Frumkin's Toldos Chachmei Yerushlaim, part
3, page 272. Both these works should be available easily in Israeli
libraries.

Leslie Reich, Manchester



From: Dov & Varda <yknow@...>
Date: Fri, 08 Feb 2002 08:41:55 +0200
X-Message-Number: 2

Will someone who has a good background in the history of the Old
Yishuv, please contact me and tell me who is Shaul Benjamin in
relationship to the building of the Churva Synagogue.

Varda Epstein
yknow@...
Metzad
Israel


Thanks for BERTELSEN address... #general

Rosanne D. Leeson <leeson1@...>
 

My grateful thanks to all of you who have sent me the correct address
for reaching Lorraine BERTELSEN. Since nothing has as yet bounced back, I can only assume that my note has now reached her.

As so many others have stated, you are a wonderful, caring and helpful
group!

With appreciation,
Rosanne Leeson
Los Altos, CA USA
Leeson1@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thanks for BERTELSEN address... #general

Rosanne D. Leeson <leeson1@...>
 

My grateful thanks to all of you who have sent me the correct address
for reaching Lorraine BERTELSEN. Since nothing has as yet bounced back, I can only assume that my note has now reached her.

As so many others have stated, you are a wonderful, caring and helpful
group!

With appreciation,
Rosanne Leeson
Los Altos, CA USA
Leeson1@...


Generations #general

JSelig3460@...
 

Working on the Orler landsmanshaften for the Belarus website I have hit a
treasure of genaalogical importance. The quality of record keeping is far
superior to what I have grown accustomed to. The site lists the the date of
the initial entrance into the landsmanshaften. Many names are given as
joining in 1902. Therefore, using 30 years as a generation and 30 years as
the average age of those who enter this organization I would put the
birthdate of the originals as 1872. Their children were born in 1902, their
granchildren in 1932, and their great grandchildren in 1962. Therefore
current descendents of the Orler organization who are great grandchildren
would be forty years old. Since many of the original names have continued to
the end of the organization in the late 1970's it is possible that current
decscendants could tell their ten year olds that their great great
grandparents are on the soon to be published o the Orler list ? Would you
care to reply to my mathematical analysis of establishing generations ?

Jerome Seligsohn
NYC SELIGSOHN and ELKIN of Mogilev/Dnepr


Re: arrival documents #general

carol skydell <cwskydell@...>
 

http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html

section 10. Passenger Lists

Carol Skydell
Laguna Woods, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Generations #general

JSelig3460@...
 

Working on the Orler landsmanshaften for the Belarus website I have hit a
treasure of genaalogical importance. The quality of record keeping is far
superior to what I have grown accustomed to. The site lists the the date of
the initial entrance into the landsmanshaften. Many names are given as
joining in 1902. Therefore, using 30 years as a generation and 30 years as
the average age of those who enter this organization I would put the
birthdate of the originals as 1872. Their children were born in 1902, their
granchildren in 1932, and their great grandchildren in 1962. Therefore
current descendents of the Orler organization who are great grandchildren
would be forty years old. Since many of the original names have continued to
the end of the organization in the late 1970's it is possible that current
decscendants could tell their ten year olds that their great great
grandparents are on the soon to be published o the Orler list ? Would you
care to reply to my mathematical analysis of establishing generations ?

Jerome Seligsohn
NYC SELIGSOHN and ELKIN of Mogilev/Dnepr


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: arrival documents #general

carol skydell <cwskydell@...>
 

http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html

section 10. Passenger Lists

Carol Skydell
Laguna Woods, CA


Need Yiddish translation - ViewMate #1272 #general

Marco Weinman
 

Please help translate this Yiddish message (into English) >from a relative,
written on back of a postcard >from Ilza, Poland. ViewMate #1272 at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/source/vm1272.html

Please respond privately.

Many Thanks,
Marco Weinman
Los Angeles, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need Yiddish translation - ViewMate #1272 #general

Marco Weinman
 

Please help translate this Yiddish message (into English) >from a relative,
written on back of a postcard >from Ilza, Poland. ViewMate #1272 at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/source/vm1272.html

Please respond privately.

Many Thanks,
Marco Weinman
Los Angeles, CA