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Re: Originally Poland - then Germany #general

Alexander Sharon
 

"Roger Lustig" wrote

Technically, there weren't any regions that were Poland in 1871-81,
period. The "Kingdom of Poland" was part of the Russian Empire. There
was no country called Poland between 1795 and 1919.

As far as I know, there were no territorial exchanges between the two
empires during the period you mention. However, the Grand Duchy of Posen,
which was part of the German Empire, had many Polish-speaking inhabitants.
"Grossherzogtum Posen" was rather a short lived entity. Following its
establishment in 1815 (Vienna Congress) it ceased to exist in 1849. This was
an autonomous entity of Prussia, formed to satisfy Polish national
aspiration. Following uprisings in 1846 and 1848, Prussian administration
has changed its name to Provinz Posen.

BTW, Polish speakers were also numerous in the other parts of Prussia: Upper
Silesia, East Prussia and Pomerania.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Originally Poland - then Germany #general

Alexander Sharon
 

"Roger Lustig" wrote

Technically, there weren't any regions that were Poland in 1871-81,
period. The "Kingdom of Poland" was part of the Russian Empire. There
was no country called Poland between 1795 and 1919.

As far as I know, there were no territorial exchanges between the two
empires during the period you mention. However, the Grand Duchy of Posen,
which was part of the German Empire, had many Polish-speaking inhabitants.
"Grossherzogtum Posen" was rather a short lived entity. Following its
establishment in 1815 (Vienna Congress) it ceased to exist in 1849. This was
an autonomous entity of Prussia, formed to satisfy Polish national
aspiration. Following uprisings in 1846 and 1848, Prussian administration
has changed its name to Provinz Posen.

BTW, Polish speakers were also numerous in the other parts of Prussia: Upper
Silesia, East Prussia and Pomerania.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta


Re: Kochanova #belarus

J. Rothstein <jr483@...>
 

Hello,

I was just in Kochanova last summer while visiting the town of Tolochin.
I would hardly call Kochanova a town but more like a single long street.
I can only imagine what it looked like in the past as it must have been
smaller.
My family also lived outside in Kochanova and it is the small town near
Tolochin.

Judd Rothstein
Monsey, NY
USA


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Kochanova #belarus

J. Rothstein <jr483@...>
 

Hello,

I was just in Kochanova last summer while visiting the town of Tolochin.
I would hardly call Kochanova a town but more like a single long street.
I can only imagine what it looked like in the past as it must have been
smaller.
My family also lived outside in Kochanova and it is the small town near
Tolochin.

Judd Rothstein
Monsey, NY
USA


Sharsheret Hadorot, February 2006 #general

Klausner
 

The February 2006 issue of Sharsheret Hadorot, the Journal of the Israel
Genealogical Society, just appeared, containing the following articles:

The Rossi, De Rossi Family >from Jerusalem to Rome and >from Rome via a Long
Trip to Eretz Yisrael, by Leah Artom

Gelles of Brody and some Fraenkel - Horowitz Connections, by Edward Gelles

Casa Shalom -The Institute for Marrano-Anusim Studies Gan Yavneh Israel, by
Gloria Mound

Family Names in Israel by Chanan Rapaport

Belfer Family Reunion An Example of Jewish Identification, by Harriet Kasow

Report of the Activities of the Sephardim-SIG of the Israel Genealogical
Society for 2004-2005, by Mathidle Tagger, Coordinator of Sephardim SIG

The Genealogical Holdings of the Jewish National and University Library, A
Visit to the Library, by Gilda Kurtzman and Susan Edel

South African Center for Jewish Migration and Genealogy Studies, by Beryl
Baleson

The "Arolsen Files" as a Research Source, by Sherry Kisos

The Granddaughter Who Came on Aliyah with Her Grandmother, by Yehuda
Klausner

Thank you and best wishes, Yocheved

Yocheved Klausner, Editor
Sharsheret Hadorot (bilingual: Hebrew and English)
Israel Genealogical Society (IGS)

Visit our Website: www.isragen.org.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sharsheret Hadorot, February 2006 #general

Klausner
 

The February 2006 issue of Sharsheret Hadorot, the Journal of the Israel
Genealogical Society, just appeared, containing the following articles:

The Rossi, De Rossi Family >from Jerusalem to Rome and >from Rome via a Long
Trip to Eretz Yisrael, by Leah Artom

Gelles of Brody and some Fraenkel - Horowitz Connections, by Edward Gelles

Casa Shalom -The Institute for Marrano-Anusim Studies Gan Yavneh Israel, by
Gloria Mound

Family Names in Israel by Chanan Rapaport

Belfer Family Reunion An Example of Jewish Identification, by Harriet Kasow

Report of the Activities of the Sephardim-SIG of the Israel Genealogical
Society for 2004-2005, by Mathidle Tagger, Coordinator of Sephardim SIG

The Genealogical Holdings of the Jewish National and University Library, A
Visit to the Library, by Gilda Kurtzman and Susan Edel

South African Center for Jewish Migration and Genealogy Studies, by Beryl
Baleson

The "Arolsen Files" as a Research Source, by Sherry Kisos

The Granddaughter Who Came on Aliyah with Her Grandmother, by Yehuda
Klausner

Thank you and best wishes, Yocheved

Yocheved Klausner, Editor
Sharsheret Hadorot (bilingual: Hebrew and English)
Israel Genealogical Society (IGS)

Visit our Website: www.isragen.org.il


Preferred terminology for translation request #general

Jules Levin <ameliede@...
 

Dear cousins,
As someone who has provided translations >from Russian and Lithuanian,
I would appreciate if people requesting a translation specify using exact
language the direction of the translation wanted. I just wasted some time
getting to a document I assumed was in Russian, only to find it in English.
In other words, *into* Russian, *from* Russian, etc., is the preferred
terminology used in the message. Remember, emails are not telegrams.
Thank you.
Jules Levin
Los Angeles


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Preferred terminology for translation request #general

Jules Levin <ameliede@...
 

Dear cousins,
As someone who has provided translations >from Russian and Lithuanian,
I would appreciate if people requesting a translation specify using exact
language the direction of the translation wanted. I just wasted some time
getting to a document I assumed was in Russian, only to find it in English.
In other words, *into* Russian, *from* Russian, etc., is the preferred
terminology used in the message. Remember, emails are not telegrams.
Thank you.
Jules Levin
Los Angeles


ViewMate Russian Translation - Please Help #belarus

Lee Nydell
 

ViewMate Russian Translation - Please Help

There are four English language pages that have been posted to
ViewMate that I would appreciate very much if someone can help me
with translating into Russian.

I have uploaded the pages to ViewMate.
You can view them at ViewMate by going to the main page at:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html

Then scrolling down to:
VM7554 =96 Text above and below the picture
VM7555 =96 Text above and below the picture
VM7556 - Text below the picture and as much of the page as is possible
VM7557 =96 Text at the top right and left sides of the picture

Or you can copy and paste the below four URLs to go directly to the pages:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D7554
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D7555
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D7556
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D7557

If you can translate English into Russian, please respond directly to
me and not to the entire list.

I would like to sincerely thank you in advance for your help.

Lee Nydell
Irvine, California, United States
lnydell@gmail.com
Researching - NADEL, NUDEL, NIEDLE >from Russia, Belarus and Poland


Belarus SIG #Belarus ViewMate Russian Translation - Please Help #belarus

Lee Nydell
 

ViewMate Russian Translation - Please Help

There are four English language pages that have been posted to
ViewMate that I would appreciate very much if someone can help me
with translating into Russian.

I have uploaded the pages to ViewMate.
You can view them at ViewMate by going to the main page at:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html

Then scrolling down to:
VM7554 =96 Text above and below the picture
VM7555 =96 Text above and below the picture
VM7556 - Text below the picture and as much of the page as is possible
VM7557 =96 Text at the top right and left sides of the picture

Or you can copy and paste the below four URLs to go directly to the pages:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D7554
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D7555
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D7556
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D7557

If you can translate English into Russian, please respond directly to
me and not to the entire list.

I would like to sincerely thank you in advance for your help.

Lee Nydell
Irvine, California, United States
lnydell@gmail.com
Researching - NADEL, NUDEL, NIEDLE >from Russia, Belarus and Poland


FHC polish microfilms #general

Ben Forman <ben.forman@...>
 

Hi Guys

Taking some more excellent advice >from my fellow genners, I did a search
of some Polish microfilms and I am looking for some advice on the results:
=
1. I have found microfilms for Konopiska where my KAMM ancestor was born
in 1824, I am therefore hoping that I might find the marriage banns for
his parents Abraham KAMM and Halka SZMUEL in the church records for that
area, I will let you know how I get on.
=
2. For my Posen ancestors, I have found a reference to the Microfilm of
the Naturalised Jews of Posen 1834/1835 I am assuming that this is a
reference to the same publication that Lars Menk and some others have
access to and have already provided me information from.
There is also reference to a list of Posen Jewish Families >from
1800-1850 FHL 1334544 which is in Hebrew and Yiddish, and I was
wondering if anyone had experience or information >from this film as I do
not speak or read Hebrew or Yiddish.

3. I have 2 ancestors born in Ogrodzieniec which I assumed was nr Pilica
as this is where one of their children was born. But it isn't. Does
anyone know what area the Jewish records for this town might be held
under as there are only church records listed on the FHC website.

Thanks in advance for any help you can offer

all the best to you all

Ben Forman
manchester UK

searching: FURMAN: Kaluszyn; CAHN: Koeln; BERNSTEIN: Ylakai, STILLMAN:
Pilica/Czestechowa/Ogrodzieniec; SAWADY: Zavadi, Ritchenswalde; GEVER:
Daugavpils


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen FHC polish microfilms #general

Ben Forman <ben.forman@...>
 

Hi Guys

Taking some more excellent advice >from my fellow genners, I did a search
of some Polish microfilms and I am looking for some advice on the results:
=
1. I have found microfilms for Konopiska where my KAMM ancestor was born
in 1824, I am therefore hoping that I might find the marriage banns for
his parents Abraham KAMM and Halka SZMUEL in the church records for that
area, I will let you know how I get on.
=
2. For my Posen ancestors, I have found a reference to the Microfilm of
the Naturalised Jews of Posen 1834/1835 I am assuming that this is a
reference to the same publication that Lars Menk and some others have
access to and have already provided me information from.
There is also reference to a list of Posen Jewish Families >from
1800-1850 FHL 1334544 which is in Hebrew and Yiddish, and I was
wondering if anyone had experience or information >from this film as I do
not speak or read Hebrew or Yiddish.

3. I have 2 ancestors born in Ogrodzieniec which I assumed was nr Pilica
as this is where one of their children was born. But it isn't. Does
anyone know what area the Jewish records for this town might be held
under as there are only church records listed on the FHC website.

Thanks in advance for any help you can offer

all the best to you all

Ben Forman
manchester UK

searching: FURMAN: Kaluszyn; CAHN: Koeln; BERNSTEIN: Ylakai, STILLMAN:
Pilica/Czestechowa/Ogrodzieniec; SAWADY: Zavadi, Ritchenswalde; GEVER:
Daugavpils


Seeking GILLET or GILLETT Hartford Ct. #general

Michael and Julie Weigel <theweigels@...>
 

Hello genners:

I am looking for more information for the following surname(s): GYLET,
GYLETT, GYLETTE, GILLET or GILETT family line.

I found an exact match on the "Family Tree of the Jewish People" database
where Jeremiah and Joseph Gillet (my 9th great-grandfather) are brothers,
but my email to JewishGen ID# 46584 has gone unanswered.

1. Jacque De Gylet (b.1549) Bergerac, Guyenne, France
sp: Jeanne Mestre (b.1552) Spitalfields London, England
2. Richard Gylett (d.1600) Devonshire, England
sp: Joan Enberg (b.1555;m.1576) Chaffcombe, Somerset, England
3. Willem Gylette (b.1574;d.1641) Of Chaffcombe, Somerset, England
sp: Mrs. William Gylette (b.1578;m.1604;d.1681) Of Chaffcombe, Somerset,
England
4. Jonathan Gilett (b.1609;d.1677) Chaffcombe, Somerset, England
sp: Mary (Dolbere) Dolbiar (b.1607;m.1634;d.1686) Colyton, Devon, England

Children of Jonathan Gilet and Mary (Dolbere) Dolbiar's born in Windsor,
Hartford Ct. USA
Jonathan GILLETT Born: 1634 Died: 1708
Cornelius GILLETT Born: 1636 Died: 1711
Mary GILLETT Born: 1636 Died: 1719
Hannah GILLETT Born: 1639 Died: 1711
***Joseph GILLETT Born: 1641 Died: 1675 (my 9th great-grandfather)
Samuel G. GILLETT Born: 1642/1643 Died: 1676
John GILLETT Born: 1644 Died: 1682
Abigail GILLETT Born: 1646 Died: 1648/1649
**Jeremiah GILLET Born: 1647/1648 Died: 1692/1693
Josiah GILLETT Born: 1650 Died: 1736

**Children of Jeremiah GILLET and Deborah BARTLETT b. 1666 d. 1753 in Hartford, Ct.
Deborah GILLET Born: 6 Aug 1686, Died: 22 Apr 1693
Abigail GILLET Born: 21 Feb 1687, Died: 16 Feb 1689
Jeremiah GILLET Born: Abt 1688, Died: 21 Apr 1692
Milford GILLET Born: Abt 1690,
Rachel GILLET Born: Abt 1692, Died: 28 Jan 1768

5. ***Joseph GILLETT (b.1641;d.1675) Windsor, Connecticut
sp: Elizabeth Hawkes (b.1647;m.1663;d.1681) Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
6. Joseph GILLETT (b.1644;d.1745) Windsor, Connecticut
sp: Ester Gull (b.1665;m.1687;d.1691) Hadley, Hampshire, Massachussetts
7. Elizabeth GILLETT (b.1689;d.1753) Deerfield, Connecticut (my 7th
great-grandmother)
sp: Ebenezer Marsh (b.1687;m.1707;d.1747) Hatfield, Hampshire,
Massachussetts

Anybody with a connection or further information into the history of these
people would greatly be appreciated.

Thanks, Michael Weigel
theweigels@erols.com
Goose Creek, SC (15 miles >from Charleston)

Researching:
GROSSMAN, BENJAMIN, SALMON, SALEMON, SAMPSON, GOLDSTONE, GOLD, GOULD,
DANIELS, SAMUEL, JACOBS, STONE, SCHNEIDER, SPILMAN, LYON, KING, KINGMAN,
BENSON, BOARDMAN, SIMONS, ROOS, SWART, WINTER, COPELAND, DAVIDSON, DAVIS,
ROBBINS, ELIAS, MIER, WILDMAN, WILDER, SYMONDS, WAKEMAN, ROSE, WHITE, LONG,
ELLIS, GILLETT, BLOEM, KLAAS, WEIGEL, BAKKER, MILANA, WATERS, HILL, HILLS,
ROWLAND, SNOW, JUNG, YOUNG, REIDEL, DORMAN, SACKERELL, SANDBACH, SAVILLE,
SAVAGE, HARRIS, ALDERTON, DE ROS


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking GILLET or GILLETT Hartford Ct. #general

Michael and Julie Weigel <theweigels@...>
 

Hello genners:

I am looking for more information for the following surname(s): GYLET,
GYLETT, GYLETTE, GILLET or GILETT family line.

I found an exact match on the "Family Tree of the Jewish People" database
where Jeremiah and Joseph Gillet (my 9th great-grandfather) are brothers,
but my email to JewishGen ID# 46584 has gone unanswered.

1. Jacque De Gylet (b.1549) Bergerac, Guyenne, France
sp: Jeanne Mestre (b.1552) Spitalfields London, England
2. Richard Gylett (d.1600) Devonshire, England
sp: Joan Enberg (b.1555;m.1576) Chaffcombe, Somerset, England
3. Willem Gylette (b.1574;d.1641) Of Chaffcombe, Somerset, England
sp: Mrs. William Gylette (b.1578;m.1604;d.1681) Of Chaffcombe, Somerset,
England
4. Jonathan Gilett (b.1609;d.1677) Chaffcombe, Somerset, England
sp: Mary (Dolbere) Dolbiar (b.1607;m.1634;d.1686) Colyton, Devon, England

Children of Jonathan Gilet and Mary (Dolbere) Dolbiar's born in Windsor,
Hartford Ct. USA
Jonathan GILLETT Born: 1634 Died: 1708
Cornelius GILLETT Born: 1636 Died: 1711
Mary GILLETT Born: 1636 Died: 1719
Hannah GILLETT Born: 1639 Died: 1711
***Joseph GILLETT Born: 1641 Died: 1675 (my 9th great-grandfather)
Samuel G. GILLETT Born: 1642/1643 Died: 1676
John GILLETT Born: 1644 Died: 1682
Abigail GILLETT Born: 1646 Died: 1648/1649
**Jeremiah GILLET Born: 1647/1648 Died: 1692/1693
Josiah GILLETT Born: 1650 Died: 1736

**Children of Jeremiah GILLET and Deborah BARTLETT b. 1666 d. 1753 in Hartford, Ct.
Deborah GILLET Born: 6 Aug 1686, Died: 22 Apr 1693
Abigail GILLET Born: 21 Feb 1687, Died: 16 Feb 1689
Jeremiah GILLET Born: Abt 1688, Died: 21 Apr 1692
Milford GILLET Born: Abt 1690,
Rachel GILLET Born: Abt 1692, Died: 28 Jan 1768

5. ***Joseph GILLETT (b.1641;d.1675) Windsor, Connecticut
sp: Elizabeth Hawkes (b.1647;m.1663;d.1681) Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
6. Joseph GILLETT (b.1644;d.1745) Windsor, Connecticut
sp: Ester Gull (b.1665;m.1687;d.1691) Hadley, Hampshire, Massachussetts
7. Elizabeth GILLETT (b.1689;d.1753) Deerfield, Connecticut (my 7th
great-grandmother)
sp: Ebenezer Marsh (b.1687;m.1707;d.1747) Hatfield, Hampshire,
Massachussetts

Anybody with a connection or further information into the history of these
people would greatly be appreciated.

Thanks, Michael Weigel
theweigels@erols.com
Goose Creek, SC (15 miles >from Charleston)

Researching:
GROSSMAN, BENJAMIN, SALMON, SALEMON, SAMPSON, GOLDSTONE, GOLD, GOULD,
DANIELS, SAMUEL, JACOBS, STONE, SCHNEIDER, SPILMAN, LYON, KING, KINGMAN,
BENSON, BOARDMAN, SIMONS, ROOS, SWART, WINTER, COPELAND, DAVIDSON, DAVIS,
ROBBINS, ELIAS, MIER, WILDMAN, WILDER, SYMONDS, WAKEMAN, ROSE, WHITE, LONG,
ELLIS, GILLETT, BLOEM, KLAAS, WEIGEL, BAKKER, MILANA, WATERS, HILL, HILLS,
ROWLAND, SNOW, JUNG, YOUNG, REIDEL, DORMAN, SACKERELL, SANDBACH, SAVILLE,
SAVAGE, HARRIS, ALDERTON, DE ROS


Frank Schwartz / Belarus #belarus

nulevich@...
 

I am trying to contact Frank Schwartz of Minsk. Grateful if
any list member has an email address for him.
Neal Ulevich.
[TOWN, STATE OR COUNTRY MISSING!]
<nulevich@watermargin.com>


Belarus SIG #Belarus Frank Schwartz / Belarus #belarus

nulevich@...
 

I am trying to contact Frank Schwartz of Minsk. Grateful if
any list member has an email address for him.
Neal Ulevich.
[TOWN, STATE OR COUNTRY MISSING!]
<nulevich@watermargin.com>


Re: Question regarding cemetery sections #general

Jane Rosen Berenbeim
 

Aaron Fink asks whether the name of the burial society plot indicates
that the deceased came >from that town.

I posted a similar question to this group a few years ago and the
consensus was that burial in the plot owned by a landsmanshaft was not
necessarily an indication of membership in that society. Burial plots
could, I gather, be bought >from landsmanshaft members by non-members.


That said, it's a good guess that the person in question had some sort
of relationship with a member of the landsmanshaft, so it's a lead worth
following.


Regards,
Jane Berenbeim
New York City


Researching: ROSEN (Bessarabia> 19th c. Palestine > NYC ); SCHAPIRO
(Kovno gubernia > 19th c. Palestine >NYC) REITER (Pogrebishche, Ukraine; NYC);
KLEINER (Yanov near Vinnitsa in Ukraine; NYC); BERENBEIM (Kiev > Winnipeg>
Denver); GANETSKY (Mogilev > Winnipeg, Denver); GOODNEY/GURNY (Lodz > NYC);
SIEGEL/MALSHEVESSER (Proskurov, Ukraine > Elizabeth, NJ.)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Question regarding cemetery sections #general

Jane Rosen Berenbeim
 

Aaron Fink asks whether the name of the burial society plot indicates
that the deceased came >from that town.

I posted a similar question to this group a few years ago and the
consensus was that burial in the plot owned by a landsmanshaft was not
necessarily an indication of membership in that society. Burial plots
could, I gather, be bought >from landsmanshaft members by non-members.


That said, it's a good guess that the person in question had some sort
of relationship with a member of the landsmanshaft, so it's a lead worth
following.


Regards,
Jane Berenbeim
New York City


Researching: ROSEN (Bessarabia> 19th c. Palestine > NYC ); SCHAPIRO
(Kovno gubernia > 19th c. Palestine >NYC) REITER (Pogrebishche, Ukraine; NYC);
KLEINER (Yanov near Vinnitsa in Ukraine; NYC); BERENBEIM (Kiev > Winnipeg>
Denver); GANETSKY (Mogilev > Winnipeg, Denver); GOODNEY/GURNY (Lodz > NYC);
SIEGEL/MALSHEVESSER (Proskurov, Ukraine > Elizabeth, NJ.)


EGER YESHIVAH lead by Simon SCHREIBER,great-grandson of Chatam SZOFER #hungary

Andres Carciente
 

I would like to know if there is any information about
the famous yeshivah in Eger,lead by R.Simon
SCHREIBER,great-grandson of the Chatam SZOFER.(ending
of 19th century)

List of students,photos???

Thanks,

Andres Carciente
Budapest


Hungary SIG #Hungary EGER YESHIVAH lead by Simon SCHREIBER,great-grandson of Chatam SZOFER #hungary

Andres Carciente
 

I would like to know if there is any information about
the famous yeshivah in Eger,lead by R.Simon
SCHREIBER,great-grandson of the Chatam SZOFER.(ending
of 19th century)

List of students,photos???

Thanks,

Andres Carciente
Budapest