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Re: travel to Slovakia/Czech Republic/Austria #austria-czech

Edna Berkovits
 

Hi Siggers,
I am plannig a family trip to Uhersky Ostroh,CZ, Opava,CZ and Vienna,AT in
June, with my husband, parents and sister.

We intend to drive a loop starting in Budapest, through the Tatras in
Slovakia, to the Czech Republic - Uh. O and Opava, then to Vienna and back
to Budapest.
I would appreciate any recommendations regarding hotels, what to see of
Jewish interest or tourist-wise, what to avoid, especially for Slovakia,
where none of us speak the language.

Please reply privately.
Thank you.
Edna Berkovits
berkovitse@...
researching: GRUNSPAN-Uhersky Ostroh,CZ & Praha & Wien


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech RE: travel to Slovakia/Czech Republic/Austria #austria-czech

Edna Berkovits
 

Hi Siggers,
I am plannig a family trip to Uhersky Ostroh,CZ, Opava,CZ and Vienna,AT in
June, with my husband, parents and sister.

We intend to drive a loop starting in Budapest, through the Tatras in
Slovakia, to the Czech Republic - Uh. O and Opava, then to Vienna and back
to Budapest.
I would appreciate any recommendations regarding hotels, what to see of
Jewish interest or tourist-wise, what to avoid, especially for Slovakia,
where none of us speak the language.

Please reply privately.
Thank you.
Edna Berkovits
berkovitse@...
researching: GRUNSPAN-Uhersky Ostroh,CZ & Praha & Wien


Re: Stadttempel in Vienna, Duschinsky - Zerkovitz families #austria-czech

Heinz Hadwig <Heinz.Hadwig@...>
 

Hello!

Write a Mail to the National Library Vienna.
This newspaper is >from 1872-1929 available.

http://meteor.bibvb.ac.at/F/2CF9G75EY89J7A198KIG7JY2S4SAFY6NMN5L413Y6H639DPX5A-
02908?func=scan&scan_start=illustriertes+wiener+extrablatt&scan_code=TIT&x=16&y=6
(MODERATOR NOTE: This long URL must be copied and pasted into your browser.)

Add name and adress, they will send you a copy by mail.

Regards, Heinz Hadwig

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Peter schrieb:


My ancestors Michael Wolf DUSCHINSKY and Jella ZERKOVITZ have married
at City Church (Stadttempel) Vienna). I'd appreciate if any additional
information: who should be contacted, what type of files might be
obtained, even where is this churh.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Stadttempel in Vienna, Duschinsky - Zerkovitz families #austria-czech

Heinz Hadwig <Heinz.Hadwig@...>
 

Hello!

Write a Mail to the National Library Vienna.
This newspaper is >from 1872-1929 available.

http://meteor.bibvb.ac.at/F/2CF9G75EY89J7A198KIG7JY2S4SAFY6NMN5L413Y6H639DPX5A-
02908?func=scan&scan_start=illustriertes+wiener+extrablatt&scan_code=TIT&x=16&y=6
(MODERATOR NOTE: This long URL must be copied and pasted into your browser.)

Add name and adress, they will send you a copy by mail.

Regards, Heinz Hadwig

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Peter schrieb:


My ancestors Michael Wolf DUSCHINSKY and Jella ZERKOVITZ have married
at City Church (Stadttempel) Vienna). I'd appreciate if any additional
information: who should be contacted, what type of files might be
obtained, even where is this churh.


IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ #dna

Ada Green
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery
visits during the 26th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy, August 13-18, 2006, hosted by The Jewish Genealogical
Society (New York), we have just added a section on Cemetery Visits
to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). They can be found at

< http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm >,

along with the already existing sections on Conference Registration,
Hotel Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits
as we could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be
sure to read them all and if you have any further inquiries please
post them to the New York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can
sign up for the mailing list by visiting
<http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online
Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ #rabbinic

Ada Green
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery
visits during the 26th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy, August 13-18, 2006, hosted by The Jewish Genealogical
Society (New York), we have just added a section on Cemetery Visits
to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). They can be found at

< http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm >,

along with the already existing sections on Conference Registration,
Hotel Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits
as we could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be
sure to read them all and if you have any further inquiries please
post them to the New York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can
sign up for the mailing list by visiting
<http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online
Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison


DNA Research #DNA IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ #dna

Ada Green
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery
visits during the 26th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy, August 13-18, 2006, hosted by The Jewish Genealogical
Society (New York), we have just added a section on Cemetery Visits
to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). They can be found at

< http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm >,

along with the already existing sections on Conference Registration,
Hotel Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits
as we could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be
sure to read them all and if you have any further inquiries please
post them to the New York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can
sign up for the mailing list by visiting
<http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online
Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ #rabbinic

Ada Green
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery
visits during the 26th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy, August 13-18, 2006, hosted by The Jewish Genealogical
Society (New York), we have just added a section on Cemetery Visits
to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). They can be found at

< http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm >,

along with the already existing sections on Conference Registration,
Hotel Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits
as we could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be
sure to read them all and if you have any further inquiries please
post them to the New York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can
sign up for the mailing list by visiting
<http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online
Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison


Shul in Lancut, Poland #rabbinic

Lawrence Litwin <theslice@...>
 

Hi all RavSIGgers.

I am looking for any information regarding the Shul in Lancut
Poland. Any pictures and historical information would greatly
help my research.

Thanks

Lawrence Litwin
Montreal, Quebec

Searching; FOGEL (Romanian) LITWIN (Belarussian), KUHN (Chec)
HOROWITZ (Poland), ENGELSBERG (Poland)


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Shul in Lancut, Poland #rabbinic

Lawrence Litwin <theslice@...>
 

Hi all RavSIGgers.

I am looking for any information regarding the Shul in Lancut
Poland. Any pictures and historical information would greatly
help my research.

Thanks

Lawrence Litwin
Montreal, Quebec

Searching; FOGEL (Romanian) LITWIN (Belarussian), KUHN (Chec)
HOROWITZ (Poland), ENGELSBERG (Poland)


Translation from German help #austria-czech

Joseph Lonstein
 

Hi everyone,

I received a copy of the 1929 Viennese probate record (Todfallsaufnahme) of
my great-grandfather, Ignacz KLEIN, and attached to it was a very surprising
correspondence. >from what I understand >from reading it, it seems that there
is a woman in Poland stating that she is the daughter of my ggf, and that
there are other relatives there who can attest to her relation. She's
claiming that my ggf, instead of dying a poor man as stated in his will, had
substantial money that she's claiming as her inheritance. The second letter
is the response >from the Viennese archives, which I think is stating who the
"real" family members are, and that there is no basis for her claim. My
German isn't good enough to understand the nuances of these letters, and if
anyone could help translate them, I'd be very appreciative. I wonder if
there really is any genealogical information there. Of course, I've never
heard that my ggf had any other wife than my great-grandmother (Regina
GRUNHUT) or any illegitimate children, but you never know. The letters are
on viewmate at:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7232
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7233

Thanks,

Joe Lonstein
East Lansing, MI

PS - I recently received numerous Todfallsaufnahmen of family members who
died before the Shoah and are buried in Vienna. I kept putting it off
because I thought it would be a hassle to obtain them, but it was actually
simple, the archives sent one batch of them for free (the other set had an
invoice), and they've provided a wealth of new information. In fact, they
helped me find an entire new branch of my NEUMANN/POLLAK family here in the
States that I'd been unsuccessfully trying to find for years. Check the SIG
archives for how to obtain the records. I shouldn't have waited so long.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Translation from German help #austria-czech

Joseph Lonstein
 

Hi everyone,

I received a copy of the 1929 Viennese probate record (Todfallsaufnahme) of
my great-grandfather, Ignacz KLEIN, and attached to it was a very surprising
correspondence. >from what I understand >from reading it, it seems that there
is a woman in Poland stating that she is the daughter of my ggf, and that
there are other relatives there who can attest to her relation. She's
claiming that my ggf, instead of dying a poor man as stated in his will, had
substantial money that she's claiming as her inheritance. The second letter
is the response >from the Viennese archives, which I think is stating who the
"real" family members are, and that there is no basis for her claim. My
German isn't good enough to understand the nuances of these letters, and if
anyone could help translate them, I'd be very appreciative. I wonder if
there really is any genealogical information there. Of course, I've never
heard that my ggf had any other wife than my great-grandmother (Regina
GRUNHUT) or any illegitimate children, but you never know. The letters are
on viewmate at:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7232
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7233

Thanks,

Joe Lonstein
East Lansing, MI

PS - I recently received numerous Todfallsaufnahmen of family members who
died before the Shoah and are buried in Vienna. I kept putting it off
because I thought it would be a hassle to obtain them, but it was actually
simple, the archives sent one batch of them for free (the other set had an
invoice), and they've provided a wealth of new information. In fact, they
helped me find an entire new branch of my NEUMANN/POLLAK family here in the
States that I'd been unsuccessfully trying to find for years. Check the SIG
archives for how to obtain the records. I shouldn't have waited so long.


HAM(M)ERSCHLAG Family of Bohemia #austria-czech

Susan Buyer <susanbuyer@...>
 

I was highly interested to read Celia's report of Samuel HAMMERSCHLAG
from Bohmische Leipa (Ceska Lipa). I was aware of Samuel and his
relationship to Freud, but somehow had missed the fact that he was
born in Bohmische Leipa.

This is of particular interest to my genealogical investigations because
I am the second great-granddaughter of Wilhelm (William) HAMERSCHLAG.
My HAMERSCHLAG family (detailed at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~susanb/hamerschlag_family.htm)
is >from Friedland (Frydlant) north of Reichenberg (Liberec). I have
Wilhelm's heimatschein stating his residence in 1850 as Sobotka, which
is not far >from Reichenberg.

Wilhelm's older brother Adolph moved to Vienna; Adolph's descendants
still live in Vienna as well as England and France. Another brother
Ernst stayed in Bohemia and was a textile manufacturer in Reichenberg.
One of Ernst's daughters is listed in Letter to the Stars--she was born
in Friedland and died in Maly Trostinec in 1942.

At least two siblings, Wilhelm and Joseph, came to the U.S. I think
two sisters also emigrated to the U.S. although I have no positive proof.
Probably the most well known of the American branch of this family was
Arthur HAMERSCHLAG, first president of the Carnegie Institute of Technology,
now Carnegie Mellon, in Pittsburgh, and a crony of Andrew Carnegie.

I have been tracing as many HAMERSCHLAG families as I could to try to
find the origins of my family. According to William's New York death
certificate, his parents were Albert HAMERSCHLAG and Regina MAYER. Albert
was probably born after the 1793 census.

Reviewing the 1793 census, I have found a number of HAMERSCHLAG families,
mostly in northern Bohemia, including Ceska Lipa. They are detailed on
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~susanb/
Hamerschlags%20in%201793%20Register%20of%20Jews%20in%20Bohemia.htm.
(MODERATOR NOTE: This long URL must be copied and pasted in your browser.)
There is a Samuel HAMMERSCHLAG listed in Ceska Lipa, son of Herschmann,
grandson of Jacob.

Unfortunately, Julius Muller's fine indices to the familanten records do
not list any HAM(M)ERSCHLAGs, so I have no bridge between people who were
alive in 1793 and my earliest known family members.

I wonder if my family is related to Samuel's in Ceska Lipa. I would be
very happy to have the group's advice on where to go next in my search.

Susan Buyer
Potomac, Maryland


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech HAM(M)ERSCHLAG Family of Bohemia #austria-czech

Susan Buyer <susanbuyer@...>
 

I was highly interested to read Celia's report of Samuel HAMMERSCHLAG
from Bohmische Leipa (Ceska Lipa). I was aware of Samuel and his
relationship to Freud, but somehow had missed the fact that he was
born in Bohmische Leipa.

This is of particular interest to my genealogical investigations because
I am the second great-granddaughter of Wilhelm (William) HAMERSCHLAG.
My HAMERSCHLAG family (detailed at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~susanb/hamerschlag_family.htm)
is >from Friedland (Frydlant) north of Reichenberg (Liberec). I have
Wilhelm's heimatschein stating his residence in 1850 as Sobotka, which
is not far >from Reichenberg.

Wilhelm's older brother Adolph moved to Vienna; Adolph's descendants
still live in Vienna as well as England and France. Another brother
Ernst stayed in Bohemia and was a textile manufacturer in Reichenberg.
One of Ernst's daughters is listed in Letter to the Stars--she was born
in Friedland and died in Maly Trostinec in 1942.

At least two siblings, Wilhelm and Joseph, came to the U.S. I think
two sisters also emigrated to the U.S. although I have no positive proof.
Probably the most well known of the American branch of this family was
Arthur HAMERSCHLAG, first president of the Carnegie Institute of Technology,
now Carnegie Mellon, in Pittsburgh, and a crony of Andrew Carnegie.

I have been tracing as many HAMERSCHLAG families as I could to try to
find the origins of my family. According to William's New York death
certificate, his parents were Albert HAMERSCHLAG and Regina MAYER. Albert
was probably born after the 1793 census.

Reviewing the 1793 census, I have found a number of HAMERSCHLAG families,
mostly in northern Bohemia, including Ceska Lipa. They are detailed on
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~susanb/
Hamerschlags%20in%201793%20Register%20of%20Jews%20in%20Bohemia.htm.
(MODERATOR NOTE: This long URL must be copied and pasted in your browser.)
There is a Samuel HAMMERSCHLAG listed in Ceska Lipa, son of Herschmann,
grandson of Jacob.

Unfortunately, Julius Muller's fine indices to the familanten records do
not list any HAM(M)ERSCHLAGs, so I have no bridge between people who were
alive in 1793 and my earliest known family members.

I wonder if my family is related to Samuel's in Ceska Lipa. I would be
very happy to have the group's advice on where to go next in my search.

Susan Buyer
Potomac, Maryland


Stadttempel in Vienna, Duschinsky - Zerkovitz families #austria-czech

Peter <solti.peter1@...>
 

Hi,

This is my first mail joining to you and my best wishes go to everyone
within this group!

My ancestors Michael Wolf DUSCHINSKY and Jella ZERKOVITZ have married at
City Church (Stadttempel) Vienna). I'd appreciate if any additional
information: who should be contacted, what type of files might be
obtained, even where is this churh.

The family Zerkovitz is pretty well discovered, but this sub branch -
which is part of may family - unfortunately isn't.

Parents of Jella Zerkovitz are Julius Zerkovitz and Emma Schick. Emma's
parents are: Ignatz SCHICK and Amalie WERNER. There is an article in a
newspaper (or periodical): Illustrirtes Wiener Extrablatz, 29. April
1911 Seite 5 (page 5) depicting them. Is there any possibility to
research newspapers >from that time?

I'd appreciate any additional info on SCHICK and WERNER family too.

Thanks in advance

Péter SOLTI


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Stadttempel in Vienna, Duschinsky - Zerkovitz families #austria-czech

Peter <solti.peter1@...>
 

Hi,

This is my first mail joining to you and my best wishes go to everyone
within this group!

My ancestors Michael Wolf DUSCHINSKY and Jella ZERKOVITZ have married at
City Church (Stadttempel) Vienna). I'd appreciate if any additional
information: who should be contacted, what type of files might be
obtained, even where is this churh.

The family Zerkovitz is pretty well discovered, but this sub branch -
which is part of may family - unfortunately isn't.

Parents of Jella Zerkovitz are Julius Zerkovitz and Emma Schick. Emma's
parents are: Ignatz SCHICK and Amalie WERNER. There is an article in a
newspaper (or periodical): Illustrirtes Wiener Extrablatz, 29. April
1911 Seite 5 (page 5) depicting them. Is there any possibility to
research newspapers >from that time?

I'd appreciate any additional info on SCHICK and WERNER family too.

Thanks in advance

Péter SOLTI


Re: another Hammerschlag from Boehmisch Leipa? #austria-czech

Hans Peter Grab <hpgrab@...>
 

Thomas Fuerth wrote:
I have in my family tree a Julia HAMMERSCHLAG born in Böhmische
Leipa/Cesky
Lipa. She was daughter to Moses HAMMERSCHLAG and Antonie nee ALTSCHUL. She
married Sigmund STEINDLER and they got several children. One of them
Philipine born 1864, who married Sigmund FUERTH from
Schuettenhofen/Susice.
Philipine´s oldest brother was born 1856, so Julia HAMMERSCHLAG must have
been born abt 1838.

This all I know about Julia HAMMERSCHLAG. Was She a cousin of IKG
librarian
Samuel HAMMERSCHLAG?
My ggggrandfather Samuel HAMMERSCHLAG have had a younger brother Moses
HAMMERSCHLAG, b. 1790-1793, profession "Strumfwirker", which have got a
marriage approval 1824.

Moses >from Thomas Fuerth and "my" Moses are obvious one and the same person.
Julia was probable not cousin of "IKG Samuel" but cousin of "IKG Samuels"
father.

Parents of Moses were:
Herschmann HAMMERSCHLAG and Rachel, nee GLAUGAU/KLAUGAU. Herschmann and
Rachel mar. 1782.
Widower Herschmann mar. 1802/3 Ewa FREUND and d. May 26, 1845.

Paternal grandparents of Moses were:
Jacob HAMMERSCHLAG and Esther.

Maternal grandparents of Moses were:
Awigtor Glaugau/Klaugau and Fromet >from Eisenbrod/Zelezny Brod.

Hanus GRAB


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: another Hammerschlag from Boehmisch Leipa? #austria-czech

Hans Peter Grab <hpgrab@...>
 

Thomas Fuerth wrote:
I have in my family tree a Julia HAMMERSCHLAG born in Böhmische
Leipa/Cesky
Lipa. She was daughter to Moses HAMMERSCHLAG and Antonie nee ALTSCHUL. She
married Sigmund STEINDLER and they got several children. One of them
Philipine born 1864, who married Sigmund FUERTH from
Schuettenhofen/Susice.
Philipine´s oldest brother was born 1856, so Julia HAMMERSCHLAG must have
been born abt 1838.

This all I know about Julia HAMMERSCHLAG. Was She a cousin of IKG
librarian
Samuel HAMMERSCHLAG?
My ggggrandfather Samuel HAMMERSCHLAG have had a younger brother Moses
HAMMERSCHLAG, b. 1790-1793, profession "Strumfwirker", which have got a
marriage approval 1824.

Moses >from Thomas Fuerth and "my" Moses are obvious one and the same person.
Julia was probable not cousin of "IKG Samuel" but cousin of "IKG Samuels"
father.

Parents of Moses were:
Herschmann HAMMERSCHLAG and Rachel, nee GLAUGAU/KLAUGAU. Herschmann and
Rachel mar. 1782.
Widower Herschmann mar. 1802/3 Ewa FREUND and d. May 26, 1845.

Paternal grandparents of Moses were:
Jacob HAMMERSCHLAG and Esther.

Maternal grandparents of Moses were:
Awigtor Glaugau/Klaugau and Fromet >from Eisenbrod/Zelezny Brod.

Hanus GRAB


IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ's #romania

Rosanne Leeson <rdleeson@...>
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from August 13-18, 2006,
hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York), we have just added
a section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked Questions. They
can be found at
<http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>, along with
the already existing sections on Conference Registration, Hotel
Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the
New York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing
list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online
Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...


Romania SIG #Romania IAJGS 2006 Conference New York Cemetery Visit FAQ's #romania

Rosanne Leeson <rdleeson@...>
 

For those of you planning to take our organized New York cemetery visits
during the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy >from August 13-18, 2006,
hosted by The Jewish Genealogical Society (New York), we have just added
a section on Cemetery Visits to our Frequently Asked Questions. They
can be found at
<http://www.jgsny2006.org/frequently_asked_questions.cfm>, along with
the already existing sections on Conference Registration, Hotel
Reservations, Hotel Accommodations, and Miscellaneous.

We tried to anticipate as many questions about the cemetery visits as we
could think of and hopefully haven't left anything out. Be sure to read
them all and if you have any further inquiries please post them to the
New York 2006 Conference Mailing List. You can sign up for the mailing
list by
visiting <http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/>.

During your cemetery visit, please consider indexing your ancestral
landsmanshaftn plot or other burial society (synagogue, fraternal
organization, occupational plot, etc.) for the JewishGen Online
Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR).

Ada Green
Conference Cemetery Liaison
adagreen@...