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Translation of Polish Birth Record #belarus

Henry <hmsinai@...>
 

Dear Siggers,

I would appreciate any help in translating the Polish Jewish birth record
posted on Viewmate VM 3208.
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/All/viewmateview.asp?key=3208
Thanks


Henry Sinai
RAANANA
Israel
hmsinai@netvision.net.il



Researching:

SINAI and variations (SZINAI, SINAJ,SYNAJ, ETC)- Austria, Hungary, Poland,
Rest of World
PARNES- Lemberg (Lvov), Brody, Berlin
GOLDENBERG- Brody, Berlin
MOSZKOWSKI- Opole Lubelskie; Leszniow, Rzeszow, Poland
SOBEL- Opole Lubelskie; Poland
WOLARSKY -Mlawa; Poland
JELLINEK - Bratislava (Pressburg), Vienna
(von)KEMENY - Austria/Hungary


Belarus SIG #Belarus Translation of Polish Birth Record #belarus

Henry <hmsinai@...>
 

Dear Siggers,

I would appreciate any help in translating the Polish Jewish birth record
posted on Viewmate VM 3208.
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/All/viewmateview.asp?key=3208
Thanks


Henry Sinai
RAANANA
Israel
hmsinai@netvision.net.il



Researching:

SINAI and variations (SZINAI, SINAJ,SYNAJ, ETC)- Austria, Hungary, Poland,
Rest of World
PARNES- Lemberg (Lvov), Brody, Berlin
GOLDENBERG- Brody, Berlin
MOSZKOWSKI- Opole Lubelskie; Leszniow, Rzeszow, Poland
SOBEL- Opole Lubelskie; Poland
WOLARSKY -Mlawa; Poland
JELLINEK - Bratislava (Pressburg), Vienna
(von)KEMENY - Austria/Hungary


Yiddish translations requested on ViewMate: TURETSKY/Pinsk, MEISEL/Romanovo/Slutsk #belarus

John Jones <quexi@...>
 

Hi,

I've posted five family photos with Yiddish inscriptions on
ViewMate. These were >from my grandfather's album, and I can't
identify some of the people. I'm hoping that someone can fully
translate one or more of the inscriptions. The fifth one also
has some Russian (?) words, and any translation of that would
help too.

The photos include members of the TURETSKY family >from Pinsk and
the MEISEL and CANTOR families >from Romanovo/Slutsk. The photos
were taken in Pinsk, New York, and possibly the Romanovo area.

To see them, please go to
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3210
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3211
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3212
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3213
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3214
or go to ViewMate and look for #3210-3214 at
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/index.asp

I have more photos of these families if anyone is interested.

Please send your replies directly to me, rather than to this
whole e-mail list.

Many thanks!
--John Jones, Basking Ridge, New Jersey, USA
quexi@yahoo.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus Yiddish translations requested on ViewMate: TURETSKY/Pinsk, MEISEL/Romanovo/Slutsk #belarus

John Jones <quexi@...>
 

Hi,

I've posted five family photos with Yiddish inscriptions on
ViewMate. These were >from my grandfather's album, and I can't
identify some of the people. I'm hoping that someone can fully
translate one or more of the inscriptions. The fifth one also
has some Russian (?) words, and any translation of that would
help too.

The photos include members of the TURETSKY family >from Pinsk and
the MEISEL and CANTOR families >from Romanovo/Slutsk. The photos
were taken in Pinsk, New York, and possibly the Romanovo area.

To see them, please go to
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3210
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3211
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3212
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3213
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3214
or go to ViewMate and look for #3210-3214 at
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/index.asp

I have more photos of these families if anyone is interested.

Please send your replies directly to me, rather than to this
whole e-mail list.

Many thanks!
--John Jones, Basking Ridge, New Jersey, USA
quexi@yahoo.com


Re: the SS St. Louis #general

Naidia Woolf <rnwoolf@...>
 

There was an interesting (and poignant) article in the Parade section of my
local (San Francisco) newspaper about the American ship SS St. Louis and
its over 900 Europeans (mostlyJews) who a few short months before war was
declared in Europe in September 1939, were fleeing the Nazis - and almost
certain incarceration and death. On May 13, 1939, the ship attempted to
land at a U.S. port (in Florida) but despite "urgent telegrams to every
level of the U.S. government, including President Roosevelt," permission
was never granted. Instead, Coast Guard boats "patrolled the waters to
prevent anyone >from swimming to shore." On June 7, the St. Louis was
forced to turn round and return to Europe. Today there are dedicated
researchers at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.
trying to determine the fate of the passengers on the ill-fated St. Louis.
Of the 619 who were offered sanctuary by France, Holland and Belgium, about
260 ultimately were deported and killed. At least 460 of the more than 900
passengers, however, survived the Holocaust and were traced to the U.S. (a
small comfort, but comfort nevertheless). The Museum's Survivors Registry
is the name of the database which documents the fates of individual
European Jews -- at present the Registry includes the names and
biographical information of more than 185,000 survivors and their
descendants. [Similar to the records and testimonials held by Yad Vashem
in Israel: my comment.]

For more information about the S.S. St. Louis, the reader is asked to
visit www.parade.com on the Web, or - if able to help (by furnishing
information about the passengers on the St. Louis), to contact Scott Miller
at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum - e-mail smiller@ushmm.org; www

I have no financial interest in the above newspaper, nor in the Holocaust
Memorial Museum or its Survivors Registry. This message has been posted
simply because of what I believe is the "need to know."

Naidia Woolf
San Francisco, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: the SS St. Louis #general

Naidia Woolf <rnwoolf@...>
 

There was an interesting (and poignant) article in the Parade section of my
local (San Francisco) newspaper about the American ship SS St. Louis and
its over 900 Europeans (mostlyJews) who a few short months before war was
declared in Europe in September 1939, were fleeing the Nazis - and almost
certain incarceration and death. On May 13, 1939, the ship attempted to
land at a U.S. port (in Florida) but despite "urgent telegrams to every
level of the U.S. government, including President Roosevelt," permission
was never granted. Instead, Coast Guard boats "patrolled the waters to
prevent anyone >from swimming to shore." On June 7, the St. Louis was
forced to turn round and return to Europe. Today there are dedicated
researchers at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.
trying to determine the fate of the passengers on the ill-fated St. Louis.
Of the 619 who were offered sanctuary by France, Holland and Belgium, about
260 ultimately were deported and killed. At least 460 of the more than 900
passengers, however, survived the Holocaust and were traced to the U.S. (a
small comfort, but comfort nevertheless). The Museum's Survivors Registry
is the name of the database which documents the fates of individual
European Jews -- at present the Registry includes the names and
biographical information of more than 185,000 survivors and their
descendants. [Similar to the records and testimonials held by Yad Vashem
in Israel: my comment.]

For more information about the S.S. St. Louis, the reader is asked to
visit www.parade.com on the Web, or - if able to help (by furnishing
information about the passengers on the St. Louis), to contact Scott Miller
at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum - e-mail smiller@ushmm.org; www

I have no financial interest in the above newspaper, nor in the Holocaust
Memorial Museum or its Survivors Registry. This message has been posted
simply because of what I believe is the "need to know."

Naidia Woolf
San Francisco, CA


Final call for presentations Jerusalem 2004 #latvia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

The Israel Genealogical Society has already received a substantial
number of proposals for lectures and is pleased to invite further
proposals >from potential speakers for the 24th IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy.

English will be the official language of the conference. A number of
lectures will be presented in Hebrew with simultaneous translation into
English. Authors wishing to present a paper at the Conference are invited
to submit an abstract either by e-mail to jgen2004@ortra.co.il as a WORD
ATTACHMENT, or mail it on a diskette in WORD FORMAT to reach the Conference
Secretariat by December 31, 2003 together with 3 original copies. Material
should be sent by Airmail in a padded envelope marked "Do Not Fold".
Proposals, whether accepted or declined, will not be returned.
Make sure you retain a copy of your proposal.
Sorry, FAX submissions can not be accepted!

If you plan to submit more than one proposal, please use a separate page
for each submission.

The guidelines for submission of Abstracts and the proposals format can be
found on the Conference web site: http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004/proposal.asp

For convenience, an example of a submission is shown on the site.

Proposals should be sent to:
Sagit Ishay, ORTRA Ltd, 1 Nirim Street, PO Box 9352, Tel-Aviv 61092,
Israel.
Email: jgen2004@ortra.com

We will notify those submitting proposals of the Program Committee's
decision by February 15, 2004.

Thank you in advance for your interest and proposal, and we look
forward to meeting you next summer in Jerusalem!

The Program Committee
H Daniel Wagner
The Livio Norzi Professor in Materials Science
Weizmann Institute of Science
Tel: +(972) 8 934 2594
Fax: +(972) 8 934 4137
E-mail: daniel.wagner@weizmann.ac.il
Homepage: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/home.htm

DON'T MISS THE FOLLOWING:
24th International Conference on Jewish Genealogy:
see http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004


Final call for presentations Jerusalem 2004 #scandinavia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

The Israel Genealogical Society has already received a substantial
number of proposals for lectures and is pleased to invite further
proposals >from potential speakers for the 24th IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy.

English will be the official language of the conference. A number of
lectures will be presented in Hebrew with simultaneous translation into
English. Authors wishing to present a paper at the Conference are invited
to submit an abstract either by e-mail to jgen2004@ortra.co.il as a WORD
ATTACHMENT, or mail it on a diskette in WORD FORMAT to reach the Conference
Secretariat by December 31, 2003 together with 3 original copies. Material
should be sent by Airmail in a padded envelope marked "Do Not Fold".
Proposals, whether accepted or declined, will not be returned.
Make sure you retain a copy of your proposal.
Sorry, FAX submissions can not be accepted!

If you plan to submit more than one proposal, please use a separate page
for each submission.

The guidelines for submission of Abstracts and the proposals format can be
found on the Conference web site: http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004/proposal.asp

For convenience, an example of a submission is shown on the site.

Proposals should be sent to:
Sagit Ishay, ORTRA Ltd, 1 Nirim Street, PO Box 9352, Tel-Aviv 61092,
Israel.
Email: jgen2004@ortra.com

We will notify those submitting proposals of the Program Committee's
decision by February 15, 2004.

Thank you in advance for your interest and proposal, and we look
forward to meeting you next summer in Jerusalem!

The Program Committee
H Daniel Wagner
The Livio Norzi Professor in Materials Science
Weizmann Institute of Science
Tel: +(972) 8 934 2594
Fax: +(972) 8 934 4137
E-mail: daniel.wagner@weizmann.ac.il
Homepage: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/home.htm

DON'T MISS THE FOLLOWING:
24th International Conference on Jewish Genealogy:
see http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004


Latvia SIG #Latvia Final call for presentations Jerusalem 2004 #latvia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

The Israel Genealogical Society has already received a substantial
number of proposals for lectures and is pleased to invite further
proposals >from potential speakers for the 24th IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy.

English will be the official language of the conference. A number of
lectures will be presented in Hebrew with simultaneous translation into
English. Authors wishing to present a paper at the Conference are invited
to submit an abstract either by e-mail to jgen2004@ortra.co.il as a WORD
ATTACHMENT, or mail it on a diskette in WORD FORMAT to reach the Conference
Secretariat by December 31, 2003 together with 3 original copies. Material
should be sent by Airmail in a padded envelope marked "Do Not Fold".
Proposals, whether accepted or declined, will not be returned.
Make sure you retain a copy of your proposal.
Sorry, FAX submissions can not be accepted!

If you plan to submit more than one proposal, please use a separate page
for each submission.

The guidelines for submission of Abstracts and the proposals format can be
found on the Conference web site: http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004/proposal.asp

For convenience, an example of a submission is shown on the site.

Proposals should be sent to:
Sagit Ishay, ORTRA Ltd, 1 Nirim Street, PO Box 9352, Tel-Aviv 61092,
Israel.
Email: jgen2004@ortra.com

We will notify those submitting proposals of the Program Committee's
decision by February 15, 2004.

Thank you in advance for your interest and proposal, and we look
forward to meeting you next summer in Jerusalem!

The Program Committee
H Daniel Wagner
The Livio Norzi Professor in Materials Science
Weizmann Institute of Science
Tel: +(972) 8 934 2594
Fax: +(972) 8 934 4137
E-mail: daniel.wagner@weizmann.ac.il
Homepage: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/home.htm

DON'T MISS THE FOLLOWING:
24th International Conference on Jewish Genealogy:
see http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Final call for presentations Jerusalem 2004 #scandinavia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

The Israel Genealogical Society has already received a substantial
number of proposals for lectures and is pleased to invite further
proposals >from potential speakers for the 24th IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy.

English will be the official language of the conference. A number of
lectures will be presented in Hebrew with simultaneous translation into
English. Authors wishing to present a paper at the Conference are invited
to submit an abstract either by e-mail to jgen2004@ortra.co.il as a WORD
ATTACHMENT, or mail it on a diskette in WORD FORMAT to reach the Conference
Secretariat by December 31, 2003 together with 3 original copies. Material
should be sent by Airmail in a padded envelope marked "Do Not Fold".
Proposals, whether accepted or declined, will not be returned.
Make sure you retain a copy of your proposal.
Sorry, FAX submissions can not be accepted!

If you plan to submit more than one proposal, please use a separate page
for each submission.

The guidelines for submission of Abstracts and the proposals format can be
found on the Conference web site: http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004/proposal.asp

For convenience, an example of a submission is shown on the site.

Proposals should be sent to:
Sagit Ishay, ORTRA Ltd, 1 Nirim Street, PO Box 9352, Tel-Aviv 61092,
Israel.
Email: jgen2004@ortra.com

We will notify those submitting proposals of the Program Committee's
decision by February 15, 2004.

Thank you in advance for your interest and proposal, and we look
forward to meeting you next summer in Jerusalem!

The Program Committee
H Daniel Wagner
The Livio Norzi Professor in Materials Science
Weizmann Institute of Science
Tel: +(972) 8 934 2594
Fax: +(972) 8 934 4137
E-mail: daniel.wagner@weizmann.ac.il
Homepage: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/wagner/home.htm

DON'T MISS THE FOLLOWING:
24th International Conference on Jewish Genealogy:
see http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004


Toras HaGilgul #rabbinic

raanan1@...
 

BS"D

I have formed a PUSHINSKY family email group.
Looking for people coming >from this family and particularly >from (what I
suspect is a sefer (book)) called: Toras HaGilgul.
According to my grandmother, my great grandfather HaRav Shalom Yechezkel
PUSHINSKY was a 13th generation descendant of a long line of Lithuanian
rabbonim. Including one called "Torat HaGilgul".
(His Father was Shmuel Todros and his sister was Bluma Faybushek)
The family was originally >from Loki (Some say Telz) and moved around 1900
to Israel, settling in Yerushalayim.

To sign up, send a blank email to:
PushinskyFamilyHistoryGroup-subscribe@topica.com

Open to any PUSHINSKY / PUSHINSKI / PUSINSKY / PUSINSKI or any spelling
similar family >from anywhere.
Searching out any information on such a person.

A happy Chanuka to All!
Raanan Isseroff
Brooklyn, USA
Researching: PUSHINSKY, Descendents of Torat HaGilgul, SCOLNIK, ISSEROFF,
ISIROV, ISEROV, SKOLNIK, MIZRACHI families


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Toras HaGilgul #rabbinic

raanan1@...
 

BS"D

I have formed a PUSHINSKY family email group.
Looking for people coming >from this family and particularly >from (what I
suspect is a sefer (book)) called: Toras HaGilgul.
According to my grandmother, my great grandfather HaRav Shalom Yechezkel
PUSHINSKY was a 13th generation descendant of a long line of Lithuanian
rabbonim. Including one called "Torat HaGilgul".
(His Father was Shmuel Todros and his sister was Bluma Faybushek)
The family was originally >from Loki (Some say Telz) and moved around 1900
to Israel, settling in Yerushalayim.

To sign up, send a blank email to:
PushinskyFamilyHistoryGroup-subscribe@topica.com

Open to any PUSHINSKY / PUSHINSKI / PUSINSKY / PUSINSKI or any spelling
similar family >from anywhere.
Searching out any information on such a person.

A happy Chanuka to All!
Raanan Isseroff
Brooklyn, USA
Researching: PUSHINSKY, Descendents of Torat HaGilgul, SCOLNIK, ISSEROFF,
ISIROV, ISEROV, SKOLNIK, MIZRACHI families


research in Moldova #romania

CrisisPro@...
 

I have received contradictory information about whether all of the records available for research about my family in Bessarabia are available online or whether additional records (birth, death, marriage, businesses, etc.) are available at the archives in Chisinau.

It is important for me to know this in order to decide whether to hire a researcher in Moldova or simply to search the online archives myself. Would anyone with expert knowledge in this area please respond.

Alice Kaderlan
Seattle


Romania SIG #Romania research in Moldova #romania

CrisisPro@...
 

I have received contradictory information about whether all of the records available for research about my family in Bessarabia are available online or whether additional records (birth, death, marriage, businesses, etc.) are available at the archives in Chisinau.

It is important for me to know this in order to decide whether to hire a researcher in Moldova or simply to search the online archives myself. Would anyone with expert knowledge in this area please respond.

Alice Kaderlan
Seattle


How I finally found grandpa on the ship manifest #general

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

My very first post to the JewishGen listserv was soon after I got bitten by
the genealogy bug in 1997. I had managed to get a copy of my gp's (Morris
SEIBEL's) naturalization papers which stated his date of arrival in New
York (March 19, 1906), and the name of the ship (Giulia). I thought it
would be a no-brainer to find his manifest. According to Morton-Allen
Directory, the ship did indeed arrive in NY on the date he stated. I
spent many hours at NARA looking at that manifest, but no gp. Every time
I went to the archives, I checked the manifest again, thinking he would
magically appear.

When I was in Washington a year later, a volunteer at NARA took the
microfilm >from me and claimed he would find gp. Didn't happen. So how did
I finally find him?

Once the Ellis Island database was on-line, I continued my quest >from the
comfort of my home. Using Stephen Morse's search tools, I manipulated the
searches in every possible way. Months passed. Finally, frustrated, I put
only "S" in the surname space and "M" in the given name. I listed only
1906, male, and limited the age range. Still, a very long list of men
appeared. I decided to look at the manifests for ALL the Morris, Moses,
Max and Moische given names. I scrolled through several manifests and
paid closer attention to March, the month he claimed he arrived. Then I
came across the index for Moses SCHARFF. Why even bother to look? I was
desperate. When I saw the actual manifest, I noticed the name SCHARFF
looked more like SCHAFIR. That was gp's mother's maiden name!!!
Although many family members lived in Galicia, grandpa was >from the
Klimontow area, in nearby Poland. I remembered Mark Halpern explained
that many children in Galicia took their mothers' surnames since only
civil marriages (not religious ones) were recognized by the state. Could
this really be my gp---at last!? The person who indexed the manifest
listed "Runari" as his place of residence. Comparing the scribe's
handwriting of the letters "K" and "R", I realized this actually
said "Konary," a nearby town where gp's late mother's sister lived. Then
I scrolled across the page and saw that he was going to his father (drum
roll) Mendel SEIBEL at 218 Delancey Street in New York! *Bingo*! How many
times had I looked at the manifest on the microfilm readers and passed by
the listing for "Moses SCHARFF," never scrolling to the right and
discovering this is really gp Morris SEIBEL!

I know I wasn't alone in my search for a lost gp. I hope this helps some
of you find your ancestors too. Good luck.

Regards and Happy Chanukah,
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
New York

SEIBEL and SZAEFER ---Klimontow, Nadbrzezie, Konary, Grebow, Krakow,
Baronow Sandomierski, Rozwadow, Tarnobrzeg, Zukow in Poland; Lviv in
Ukraine (Galicia) KLOSS and OSER ---Klimontow, Konary, Radom, Tarnobrzeg,
Ozarow in Poland PRZYBYLSKI (later BILSKY) and PIASKOWSKI ---Belchatow,
Lodz in Poland URBACH, RUKALSKI, ROZICKA, MANDELBAUM, ZYLBERSTEJN ---
Wegrow, Czerwonka, Warsaw, Minsk Mazowiecki, Radom in Poland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen How I finally found grandpa on the ship manifest #general

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

My very first post to the JewishGen listserv was soon after I got bitten by
the genealogy bug in 1997. I had managed to get a copy of my gp's (Morris
SEIBEL's) naturalization papers which stated his date of arrival in New
York (March 19, 1906), and the name of the ship (Giulia). I thought it
would be a no-brainer to find his manifest. According to Morton-Allen
Directory, the ship did indeed arrive in NY on the date he stated. I
spent many hours at NARA looking at that manifest, but no gp. Every time
I went to the archives, I checked the manifest again, thinking he would
magically appear.

When I was in Washington a year later, a volunteer at NARA took the
microfilm >from me and claimed he would find gp. Didn't happen. So how did
I finally find him?

Once the Ellis Island database was on-line, I continued my quest >from the
comfort of my home. Using Stephen Morse's search tools, I manipulated the
searches in every possible way. Months passed. Finally, frustrated, I put
only "S" in the surname space and "M" in the given name. I listed only
1906, male, and limited the age range. Still, a very long list of men
appeared. I decided to look at the manifests for ALL the Morris, Moses,
Max and Moische given names. I scrolled through several manifests and
paid closer attention to March, the month he claimed he arrived. Then I
came across the index for Moses SCHARFF. Why even bother to look? I was
desperate. When I saw the actual manifest, I noticed the name SCHARFF
looked more like SCHAFIR. That was gp's mother's maiden name!!!
Although many family members lived in Galicia, grandpa was >from the
Klimontow area, in nearby Poland. I remembered Mark Halpern explained
that many children in Galicia took their mothers' surnames since only
civil marriages (not religious ones) were recognized by the state. Could
this really be my gp---at last!? The person who indexed the manifest
listed "Runari" as his place of residence. Comparing the scribe's
handwriting of the letters "K" and "R", I realized this actually
said "Konary," a nearby town where gp's late mother's sister lived. Then
I scrolled across the page and saw that he was going to his father (drum
roll) Mendel SEIBEL at 218 Delancey Street in New York! *Bingo*! How many
times had I looked at the manifest on the microfilm readers and passed by
the listing for "Moses SCHARFF," never scrolling to the right and
discovering this is really gp Morris SEIBEL!

I know I wasn't alone in my search for a lost gp. I hope this helps some
of you find your ancestors too. Good luck.

Regards and Happy Chanukah,
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
New York

SEIBEL and SZAEFER ---Klimontow, Nadbrzezie, Konary, Grebow, Krakow,
Baronow Sandomierski, Rozwadow, Tarnobrzeg, Zukow in Poland; Lviv in
Ukraine (Galicia) KLOSS and OSER ---Klimontow, Konary, Radom, Tarnobrzeg,
Ozarow in Poland PRZYBYLSKI (later BILSKY) and PIASKOWSKI ---Belchatow,
Lodz in Poland URBACH, RUKALSKI, ROZICKA, MANDELBAUM, ZYLBERSTEJN ---
Wegrow, Czerwonka, Warsaw, Minsk Mazowiecki, Radom in Poland


HENRIQUES-DELBANCO #scandinavia

Dr. Peter Clemens <dr.clemenspc@...>
 

Dear Richard,

I am a HENRIQUES descendant. My gggggg-aunt Penina HENRIQUES born 1756
in Koebenhavn, married Elias Moses WARBURG/DELBANCO, born 1750 in
Altona/Hamburg. He took the name DELBANCO >from his gmother Rachel
DELBANCO, born ca. 1690, living probably in Hamburg. I show all
descendants >from her, and could give it as GED or FTW file.

Shalom, Peter

Peter Chr. CLEMENS, Schwerin / Mecklenburg
(Meine Familie bis 1900: http://gedbas.genealogy.net/index.jsp oder via
http://www.genealogienetz.de/faqs/gedbas_faq.html )
Ich suche a l l e Nachfahren von
a) lutherisch SUSEMI(E)(H)L ab 1400
(http://www.math.uni-rostock.de/~mfp/forschung/erf_clem.htm )
b) juedisch JOSEPHY/JOSEPHI aus Mecklenburg ab 1700
c) juedisch HENRIQUES-HINRICHSEN ab 1600
= Familientafelgrafik fuer Museen (& jedermann z.B. zum 70. Geburtstag).
= Email dr.clemenspc@p4all.de


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia HENRIQUES-DELBANCO #scandinavia

Dr. Peter Clemens <dr.clemenspc@...>
 

Dear Richard,

I am a HENRIQUES descendant. My gggggg-aunt Penina HENRIQUES born 1756
in Koebenhavn, married Elias Moses WARBURG/DELBANCO, born 1750 in
Altona/Hamburg. He took the name DELBANCO >from his gmother Rachel
DELBANCO, born ca. 1690, living probably in Hamburg. I show all
descendants >from her, and could give it as GED or FTW file.

Shalom, Peter

Peter Chr. CLEMENS, Schwerin / Mecklenburg
(Meine Familie bis 1900: http://gedbas.genealogy.net/index.jsp oder via
http://www.genealogienetz.de/faqs/gedbas_faq.html )
Ich suche a l l e Nachfahren von
a) lutherisch SUSEMI(E)(H)L ab 1400
(http://www.math.uni-rostock.de/~mfp/forschung/erf_clem.htm )
b) juedisch JOSEPHY/JOSEPHI aus Mecklenburg ab 1700
c) juedisch HENRIQUES-HINRICHSEN ab 1600
= Familientafelgrafik fuer Museen (& jedermann z.B. zum 70. Geburtstag).
= Email dr.clemenspc@p4all.de


Re: Records in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine #general

Mel Comisarow <melcom@...>
 

There are memorial books, "Kniga Pamiati" that list Red Army Soldiers
from all over the Soviet Union, who were killed in WWII. These books
usually list the "Soviet Nationality" of the soldier. Russian,
Ukrainian, Jewish, Greek, Bulgarian, Armenian, Georgian, and so on. Even
German. These books were printed by governments. Go to a library search
engine and type in Kniga Pamiati to find the memorial books for the
Dnepropetrovsk region. Also there is a recently published Kniga Pamiati
that lists civilians >from the city of Dnepropetrovsk who were killed in
WWII. There is also a three volume set of Kniga Pamiati, with more
volumes to come, of Jewish Red Army KIAs. This book also lists at least
some people who were killed by the Germans in ghettos. This Jewish Kniga
Pamiati was published by the Jewish War Veterans Association in Moscow.
Once you locate one of these books you have to find a library who will
lend it via interlibrary loan. This is no problem in the US and Canada.
I don't know about elsewhere.

Mel Comisarow


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Records in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine #general

Mel Comisarow <melcom@...>
 

There are memorial books, "Kniga Pamiati" that list Red Army Soldiers
from all over the Soviet Union, who were killed in WWII. These books
usually list the "Soviet Nationality" of the soldier. Russian,
Ukrainian, Jewish, Greek, Bulgarian, Armenian, Georgian, and so on. Even
German. These books were printed by governments. Go to a library search
engine and type in Kniga Pamiati to find the memorial books for the
Dnepropetrovsk region. Also there is a recently published Kniga Pamiati
that lists civilians >from the city of Dnepropetrovsk who were killed in
WWII. There is also a three volume set of Kniga Pamiati, with more
volumes to come, of Jewish Red Army KIAs. This book also lists at least
some people who were killed by the Germans in ghettos. This Jewish Kniga
Pamiati was published by the Jewish War Veterans Association in Moscow.
Once you locate one of these books you have to find a library who will
lend it via interlibrary loan. This is no problem in the US and Canada.
I don't know about elsewhere.

Mel Comisarow