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Re: Uh, what did you say the name was? #general

Roger Lustig
 

Dear Jeff:

Did Julius TRIPP become an American citizen? If so, the documents have
probably survived, and may well indicate not only when and where he
arrived in the US, but on which ship. In later years they also
indicated the name used at arrival.

For the record, Ellis Island opened in 1892. The INS came into
existence in 1906, but Castle Garden (which had once been the site of an
amusement park, hence the name) had closed long before. Not that it
matters, if Julius arrived in the '80s. "Castle Garden" seems to have
become a Yiddish word: Kesselgard. It means "enormous, seemingly
chaotic place"--say, an immigration hall or the old International
Arrivals building at Kennedy. (On the other hand, the movie production
company you seem to be thinking of is called Castle Rock--which ties in
to your Rock River theme!)]

Regarding surname changes at Ellis Island (or wherever): this topic
crops up >from time to time, and it's become a trope or meme or whatever.
But Ellis Island was one of the least likely places for a surname
change, because a) the officials were busy matching people to names on
ship's manifests; b) they didn't have a mechanism for recording a
surname change; c) what one called oneself wasn't all that big a deal in
those days unless one was taking out a mortgage or doing something of
similar importance. (For the very finest deconstruction of the
Ellis-Island-name-change thing, see the Tina Fey/Betty White "Census
Taker" sketch >from Saturday Night Live.)

Now: have you looked for other TRIPPs >from Poltava? Or >from that
gubernia (province)? Or >from Russia in general? For that matter, have
you registered your interests with the JewishGen Family Finder? It's
the most powerful tool a Jewish genealogist has in that it allows you to
find others with interests similar to yours--and information potentially
beyond yours. And it allows them to find **you**.
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/

Good luck, and keep us posted on what you, um, trip over.

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA

On 5/16/2013 12:35 AM, Jeff Tripp wrote:
My paternal great grandfather, Julius TRIPP, came to the US in 1882 or 83 at
about 14 years of age >from Poltava in what is now Ukraine. Tsar Alexander II
had just been seriously bombed (he died), Boston Marathon massacre style.
Turmoil ensued, and it appears to have been politic to get out of towns all
over the empire. My great great grandfather Abraham - apparently everybody
was named Abraham in those days - and his wife, Rose, stayed behind. I think
. . .

In any case, Julius somehow got to Sterling, Illinois, on the Rock River,
where, scenically speaking, he probably felt somewhat at home. The breadbasket
of imperial Russia to the breadbasket of the US in one easy, all right, not
so easy, trip. Ten years later he married Leah Morris, German by way of
England, moved to Chicago, they engaged in reproduction, etc..

And somehow he ends up with the noble, historic, early 1600s English surname
'Tripp'. Nice. It just couldn't have been his name - right? Really. My father,
who chose to not pay any attention to all this, attributes the name change
to Ellis Island INS guys, but, just for starters, we don't even know for
certain that young Julius came through the Port of New York at all. Ellis
Island didn't come on line till roughly 1906; before then, it was something
called Castle Garden. Those people were not making a Hollywood movie. That
came later.

Re the surname, somehow, somewhere, maybe for the ship's manifest, it got
changed. Do any of you know how to peck away at this search, preferably
without spending money I don't have?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Uh, what did you say the name was? #general

Roger Lustig
 

Dear Jeff:

Did Julius TRIPP become an American citizen? If so, the documents have
probably survived, and may well indicate not only when and where he
arrived in the US, but on which ship. In later years they also
indicated the name used at arrival.

For the record, Ellis Island opened in 1892. The INS came into
existence in 1906, but Castle Garden (which had once been the site of an
amusement park, hence the name) had closed long before. Not that it
matters, if Julius arrived in the '80s. "Castle Garden" seems to have
become a Yiddish word: Kesselgard. It means "enormous, seemingly
chaotic place"--say, an immigration hall or the old International
Arrivals building at Kennedy. (On the other hand, the movie production
company you seem to be thinking of is called Castle Rock--which ties in
to your Rock River theme!)]

Regarding surname changes at Ellis Island (or wherever): this topic
crops up >from time to time, and it's become a trope or meme or whatever.
But Ellis Island was one of the least likely places for a surname
change, because a) the officials were busy matching people to names on
ship's manifests; b) they didn't have a mechanism for recording a
surname change; c) what one called oneself wasn't all that big a deal in
those days unless one was taking out a mortgage or doing something of
similar importance. (For the very finest deconstruction of the
Ellis-Island-name-change thing, see the Tina Fey/Betty White "Census
Taker" sketch >from Saturday Night Live.)

Now: have you looked for other TRIPPs >from Poltava? Or >from that
gubernia (province)? Or >from Russia in general? For that matter, have
you registered your interests with the JewishGen Family Finder? It's
the most powerful tool a Jewish genealogist has in that it allows you to
find others with interests similar to yours--and information potentially
beyond yours. And it allows them to find **you**.
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/

Good luck, and keep us posted on what you, um, trip over.

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA

On 5/16/2013 12:35 AM, Jeff Tripp wrote:
My paternal great grandfather, Julius TRIPP, came to the US in 1882 or 83 at
about 14 years of age >from Poltava in what is now Ukraine. Tsar Alexander II
had just been seriously bombed (he died), Boston Marathon massacre style.
Turmoil ensued, and it appears to have been politic to get out of towns all
over the empire. My great great grandfather Abraham - apparently everybody
was named Abraham in those days - and his wife, Rose, stayed behind. I think
. . .

In any case, Julius somehow got to Sterling, Illinois, on the Rock River,
where, scenically speaking, he probably felt somewhat at home. The breadbasket
of imperial Russia to the breadbasket of the US in one easy, all right, not
so easy, trip. Ten years later he married Leah Morris, German by way of
England, moved to Chicago, they engaged in reproduction, etc..

And somehow he ends up with the noble, historic, early 1600s English surname
'Tripp'. Nice. It just couldn't have been his name - right? Really. My father,
who chose to not pay any attention to all this, attributes the name change
to Ellis Island INS guys, but, just for starters, we don't even know for
certain that young Julius came through the Port of New York at all. Ellis
Island didn't come on line till roughly 1906; before then, it was something
called Castle Garden. Those people were not making a Hollywood movie. That
came later.

Re the surname, somehow, somewhere, maybe for the ship's manifest, it got
changed. Do any of you know how to peck away at this search, preferably
without spending money I don't have?


Chrzanow, Poland: Jewish Holocaust Victims #poland

Marilyn Robinson
 

On my blog, "Jewish Gem's Genealogy: Mining for Your Elusive Ancestors",
at

yourjewishgem.blogspot.com

you can find information, "1939-1945, Chrzanow, Poland: A List of
Jewish Holocaust Victims". Other posts include information about Latvia
Jewish Names Project, Moscow Imperial University students, Sevastopol,
Belarusian partisans, etc.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida=


JRI Poland #Poland Chrzanow, Poland: Jewish Holocaust Victims #poland

Marilyn Robinson
 

On my blog, "Jewish Gem's Genealogy: Mining for Your Elusive Ancestors",
at

yourjewishgem.blogspot.com

you can find information, "1939-1945, Chrzanow, Poland: A List of
Jewish Holocaust Victims". Other posts include information about Latvia
Jewish Names Project, Moscow Imperial University students, Sevastopol,
Belarusian partisans, etc.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida=


I need help trying to help someone prove she is Jewish #belarus

Laurie Glicklin
 

I have been trying to help a young woman who lives in Anapa, Russia
because she wants to come to Israel and to live as a Jew. She is very
much interested in converting if she is unable to prove her Jewish
heritage. The most important piece of information that she has to go
on is that her maternal great grandmother was named Rosenblyum, but
that her name was changed to a Russian name after the Holocaust. This
woman lost her entire family in the Shoah.

Does anyone know of someone who can search the Russian and/or Nazi
records for anyone in the Rosenblyum family who came >from Russia?
This is all very new to me and not part of my family at all. However,
I do have a real, personal interest in helping this young woman.

I have contacted a Chabad rabbi in Ramat Beit Shemesh, where I live,
and forwarded to him the information I had >from my friend. There is
no Chabad house near Anapa.

Any help or suggestions that you might provide will be so very much
appreciated.

Thank you.

Laureen Glicklin Sussman
Bet Shemesh, Israel

MODERATOR NOTE: You may also want to post this message to:
JewishGen@lyris.JewishGen.org







--
Laurie Glicklin Sussman
Licensed Real Estate Agent
ILAN Israel Homenet
www.ilanrealestate.com
Schainfeld Shopping Center
Hadekel Blvd. 11-15
Bet Shemesh, Israel 99510
Tel: +972-(0)77-410-8011
Cell: +972-(0)50-692-4142
Fax: +972(0)77-410-8012
laurie@ilanrealestate.com
www.IsraelHomeNet.com
Additional office in Modiin:
Tel: +972-(0)77-410-8014


Belarus SIG #Belarus I need help trying to help someone prove she is Jewish #belarus

Laurie Glicklin
 

I have been trying to help a young woman who lives in Anapa, Russia
because she wants to come to Israel and to live as a Jew. She is very
much interested in converting if she is unable to prove her Jewish
heritage. The most important piece of information that she has to go
on is that her maternal great grandmother was named Rosenblyum, but
that her name was changed to a Russian name after the Holocaust. This
woman lost her entire family in the Shoah.

Does anyone know of someone who can search the Russian and/or Nazi
records for anyone in the Rosenblyum family who came >from Russia?
This is all very new to me and not part of my family at all. However,
I do have a real, personal interest in helping this young woman.

I have contacted a Chabad rabbi in Ramat Beit Shemesh, where I live,
and forwarded to him the information I had >from my friend. There is
no Chabad house near Anapa.

Any help or suggestions that you might provide will be so very much
appreciated.

Thank you.

Laureen Glicklin Sussman
Bet Shemesh, Israel

MODERATOR NOTE: You may also want to post this message to:
JewishGen@lyris.JewishGen.org







--
Laurie Glicklin Sussman
Licensed Real Estate Agent
ILAN Israel Homenet
www.ilanrealestate.com
Schainfeld Shopping Center
Hadekel Blvd. 11-15
Bet Shemesh, Israel 99510
Tel: +972-(0)77-410-8011
Cell: +972-(0)50-692-4142
Fax: +972(0)77-410-8012
laurie@ilanrealestate.com
www.IsraelHomeNet.com
Additional office in Modiin:
Tel: +972-(0)77-410-8014


Janis-Kass-Epstein family in Los Angeles #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Looking for the family of a daughter (Minna or Minnie) of the famous
Rabbi Baruch Epstein (author of Torah Temima) -

G15.4. Mina (Minnie) Epstein, born in Vilna in 1904/05, married Simon
Kass, a furrier, lived in Fallsburg, NY (in 1930) and the Bronx, NY
(in 1940).

G16. Harriet, born about 1929, married on July 7, 1974 to Samuel N.
Janis, born about 1925.

Thanks --
Neil Rosenstein


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Janis-Kass-Epstein family in Los Angeles #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Looking for the family of a daughter (Minna or Minnie) of the famous
Rabbi Baruch Epstein (author of Torah Temima) -

G15.4. Mina (Minnie) Epstein, born in Vilna in 1904/05, married Simon
Kass, a furrier, lived in Fallsburg, NY (in 1930) and the Bronx, NY
(in 1940).

G16. Harriet, born about 1929, married on July 7, 1974 to Samuel N.
Janis, born about 1925.

Thanks --
Neil Rosenstein


Re: GaSha"P ? #rabbinic

seforimlover
 

HaGadda Shel Pesach, I am guessing the letter hey fell off in
cyber space somewhere.

Best wishes,

Yehuda Herskowitz

From: Yonatan Ben-Ari <yonibenari@gmail.com>
Date: Thursday, May 16, 2013, 5:28 PM

Can someone tell me what are the abreviations GaSHa"P
(gimel-shin-peh). I saw an e-mail stating that some Rabbis
wrote commentaries on the Gashap?


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: GaSha"P ? #rabbinic

seforimlover
 

HaGadda Shel Pesach, I am guessing the letter hey fell off in
cyber space somewhere.

Best wishes,

Yehuda Herskowitz

From: Yonatan Ben-Ari <yonibenari@gmail.com>
Date: Thursday, May 16, 2013, 5:28 PM

Can someone tell me what are the abreviations GaSHa"P
(gimel-shin-peh). I saw an e-mail stating that some Rabbis
wrote commentaries on the Gashap?


Searching for Eve HART SIMPSON in UK #germany

Lois Sernoff
 

I am hoping to assist a neighbor, who is a holocaust survivor, to locate
family members of her cousin, Eva HERZ (b. 8 Oct. 1927, Munich, Germany.)
Eva had a sister Marion HERZ (b. Oct. 1925, Munich, Germany). The family
moved to the UK, and the girls took the names, Eve HART and Marion HART.

Marion HART moved to New York and married the Broadway lyricist and
composer, Richard ADLER. They had one son, Christopher. All are deceased.

Eve HART married Walter SIMPSON in the UK. Does anyone in the UK know of Eve
Hart Simpson and/or descendants?

Lois Sernoff [JGS GPhiladelphia] jglois@verizon.net


Re: Preserving our genealogy work for posterity - [CJH] #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Dear all:
The Center for Jewish History--especially the Leo Baeck Institute--is
not limited to the NYC area. It has pioneered the practice of putting
archival collections on-line where they are available to all. Many
family collections are already available for viewing and download. For
those whose families came >from Germany, it is the most important archive
in the Western Hemisphere.

As I mentioned, they take copies and do not demand exclusivity. So, as
Robert suggests, it's possible to donate the same material to several
archives. But the benefits of having a large, presumably permanent
organization *managing* the on-line resources (as opposed to, say, a
personal web page) should be considered too.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA research coordinator, GerSIG


German SIG #Germany Searching for Eve HART SIMPSON in UK #germany

Lois Sernoff
 

I am hoping to assist a neighbor, who is a holocaust survivor, to locate
family members of her cousin, Eva HERZ (b. 8 Oct. 1927, Munich, Germany.)
Eva had a sister Marion HERZ (b. Oct. 1925, Munich, Germany). The family
moved to the UK, and the girls took the names, Eve HART and Marion HART.

Marion HART moved to New York and married the Broadway lyricist and
composer, Richard ADLER. They had one son, Christopher. All are deceased.

Eve HART married Walter SIMPSON in the UK. Does anyone in the UK know of Eve
Hart Simpson and/or descendants?

Lois Sernoff [JGS GPhiladelphia] jglois@verizon.net


German SIG #Germany Re: Preserving our genealogy work for posterity - [CJH] #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Dear all:
The Center for Jewish History--especially the Leo Baeck Institute--is
not limited to the NYC area. It has pioneered the practice of putting
archival collections on-line where they are available to all. Many
family collections are already available for viewing and download. For
those whose families came >from Germany, it is the most important archive
in the Western Hemisphere.

As I mentioned, they take copies and do not demand exclusivity. So, as
Robert suggests, it's possible to donate the same material to several
archives. But the benefits of having a large, presumably permanent
organization *managing* the on-line resources (as opposed to, say, a
personal web page) should be considered too.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA research coordinator, GerSIG


Re: Preserving our genealogy work for posterity - [CJH NY] #germany

RsH <robert.heuman@...>
 

Please do not limit your contributions to the New York City area...
there are other major centers that have collections of interest to those
researching their family genealogical histories. Two major ones are as
follows, which might also be interested in copies of your material:

Holocaust Memorial Center
28123 Orchard Lake Road,
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

http://www.holocaustcenter.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=37&Itemid=10020

for those who cannot get to New York City? I know I do my research
there, in Michigan, >from here in Toronto, if the data is not available
here in Toronto.

And to the

Ekstein Library [in Toronto]
Sherman Campus
4600 Bathurst Street, 4th Floor
North York, Ontario Canada

The Frank and Anita Ekstein Holocaust Resource Collection

The Frank and Anita Ekstein Collection consists of nearly nine thousand
volumes of books and an array of films, pedagogical materials and oral
and written testimonies.

Holocaust survivor testimony on DVD can be viewed in our library. Our
extensive collection consists of sixty-five recordings >from the Shoah
Visual History Foundation and 400 of the Centreâ??s own digital recordings
(transcriptions are also available).

To research the collections please contact:
Anna Skorupsky, Librarian at 416.635.2996 or askorupsky@ujafed.org


Robert Heuman[n] North York, Ontario, Canada

On Thu, 16 May 2013 Roger Lustig wrote:
Give a copy to the Center for Jewish History! 15 W 16th Street, New
York. Home of the Leo Baeck Institute (German Jewish history), YIVO
(for Eastern European Jewish research), the American Jewish Historical
Society and the American Sephardi Federation (plus the Yeshiva U
museum). Their archive will gladly accept a family's materials, whether
as copies or originals; will respect conditions placed on access; and
can handle updates and additions. Huge amounts of material are already
available in their digital archive, and there's more coming all the time.
Even if you don't have it all organized yet, putting a copy there can't
hurt while you're deciding what else to do.
By the way, Leo Baeck Institute archivist (and friend of GerSIG) Michael
Simonson was featured in a New York Times article on archives and
archivists in NYC just the other week. http://tinyurl.com/chnp24s


German SIG #Germany Re: Preserving our genealogy work for posterity - [CJH NY] #germany

RsH <robert.heuman@...>
 

Please do not limit your contributions to the New York City area...
there are other major centers that have collections of interest to those
researching their family genealogical histories. Two major ones are as
follows, which might also be interested in copies of your material:

Holocaust Memorial Center
28123 Orchard Lake Road,
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

http://www.holocaustcenter.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=37&Itemid=10020

for those who cannot get to New York City? I know I do my research
there, in Michigan, >from here in Toronto, if the data is not available
here in Toronto.

And to the

Ekstein Library [in Toronto]
Sherman Campus
4600 Bathurst Street, 4th Floor
North York, Ontario Canada

The Frank and Anita Ekstein Holocaust Resource Collection

The Frank and Anita Ekstein Collection consists of nearly nine thousand
volumes of books and an array of films, pedagogical materials and oral
and written testimonies.

Holocaust survivor testimony on DVD can be viewed in our library. Our
extensive collection consists of sixty-five recordings >from the Shoah
Visual History Foundation and 400 of the Centreâ??s own digital recordings
(transcriptions are also available).

To research the collections please contact:
Anna Skorupsky, Librarian at 416.635.2996 or askorupsky@ujafed.org


Robert Heuman[n] North York, Ontario, Canada

On Thu, 16 May 2013 Roger Lustig wrote:
Give a copy to the Center for Jewish History! 15 W 16th Street, New
York. Home of the Leo Baeck Institute (German Jewish history), YIVO
(for Eastern European Jewish research), the American Jewish Historical
Society and the American Sephardi Federation (plus the Yeshiva U
museum). Their archive will gladly accept a family's materials, whether
as copies or originals; will respect conditions placed on access; and
can handle updates and additions. Huge amounts of material are already
available in their digital archive, and there's more coming all the time.
Even if you don't have it all organized yet, putting a copy there can't
hurt while you're deciding what else to do.
By the way, Leo Baeck Institute archivist (and friend of GerSIG) Michael
Simonson was featured in a New York Times article on archives and
archivists in NYC just the other week. http://tinyurl.com/chnp24s


Unindexed Jewish record: Moses MICHAL, Albany Co., NY in 1740 #general

MERYL RIZZOTTI
 

Hello Genners:

This is a long shot, but maybe someone is looking for this ancestor. It is a
will and probate for Moses MICHAL in Albany Co., NY in 1740. He, apparently,
was >from the Isle of Curacao which I think is north of Venezuela. His wife was
Catharine HACHER, also Jewish. It would be hard for someone to find since it is
from unindexed files. BTW, some of this is written in Dutch
But there is also some that explains/translates it into English.
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-24572-9501-68?cc=1920234&wc=M9S9-GPK:951975296
[Moderator Note: shortened URL - http://goo.gl/JB3pR ]

Daughters of Moses Michals were named ____ Meyer Cohen.
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-24572-9802-71?cc=1920234&wc=M9S9-GPK:951975296
[MODERATOR NOTE: shortened URL - http://goo.gl/8zSWK ]

Meryl Rizzotti

Searching for SPECTER, POVLOTSKY, KRZEWIN, ACHRAMOWICZ, SLEPAK, KAHN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Unindexed Jewish record: Moses MICHAL, Albany Co., NY in 1740 #general

MERYL RIZZOTTI
 

Hello Genners:

This is a long shot, but maybe someone is looking for this ancestor. It is a
will and probate for Moses MICHAL in Albany Co., NY in 1740. He, apparently,
was >from the Isle of Curacao which I think is north of Venezuela. His wife was
Catharine HACHER, also Jewish. It would be hard for someone to find since it is
from unindexed files. BTW, some of this is written in Dutch
But there is also some that explains/translates it into English.
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-24572-9501-68?cc=1920234&wc=M9S9-GPK:951975296
[Moderator Note: shortened URL - http://goo.gl/JB3pR ]

Daughters of Moses Michals were named ____ Meyer Cohen.
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-24572-9802-71?cc=1920234&wc=M9S9-GPK:951975296
[MODERATOR NOTE: shortened URL - http://goo.gl/8zSWK ]

Meryl Rizzotti

Searching for SPECTER, POVLOTSKY, KRZEWIN, ACHRAMOWICZ, SLEPAK, KAHN


ViewMate- Request for Translation - Yiddish #general

Jay Sobel
 

Hello Friends:

I've posted a photograph of the rear of a postcard with yiddish writing.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27355

The Yiddish writing is difficult to decipher.

Can anyone who is up for a challenge please provide a word for word
translation in English?

Apparently this is a message >from one of my late Father's Mother's siblings
to either his mother or her sister, his Aunt.

It is written on the rear of a postcard with his image.

If you are interested, that image of my Great Grandfather
Mendel Maniszewicz is posted on VewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27354

Thank you,
Jay Sobel,
Toronto, CANADA

Researching maternal family surnames:
BLEJWAS, SZWIJCER, KERSZENBAUM, ABRAMOWICZ, LENGA, FINKIELSZTEJN, PROJEKT,
LIPFELD, WAJCMAN (>from the towns of Blonie, Blonkow and Radom, Poland;
Argentina, Israel, and Spain)
Researching paternal family surnames:
SOBEL, MANISZEWICZ, MANIS, ALTBAUM (>from unknown towns in Poland; and perhaps
Spain)

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond via ViewMate or via email directly to Jay.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate- Request for Translation - Yiddish #general

Jay Sobel
 

Hello Friends:

I've posted a photograph of the rear of a postcard with yiddish writing.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27355

The Yiddish writing is difficult to decipher.

Can anyone who is up for a challenge please provide a word for word
translation in English?

Apparently this is a message >from one of my late Father's Mother's siblings
to either his mother or her sister, his Aunt.

It is written on the rear of a postcard with his image.

If you are interested, that image of my Great Grandfather
Mendel Maniszewicz is posted on VewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27354

Thank you,
Jay Sobel,
Toronto, CANADA

Researching maternal family surnames:
BLEJWAS, SZWIJCER, KERSZENBAUM, ABRAMOWICZ, LENGA, FINKIELSZTEJN, PROJEKT,
LIPFELD, WAJCMAN (>from the towns of Blonie, Blonkow and Radom, Poland;
Argentina, Israel, and Spain)
Researching paternal family surnames:
SOBEL, MANISZEWICZ, MANIS, ALTBAUM (>from unknown towns in Poland; and perhaps
Spain)

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond via ViewMate or via email directly to Jay.

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