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Re: Odessa - given names #ukraine

Alla K <ak290700@...>
 

Here is an updated link to Paul Goldschmidt's Russian names website:
http://www.sca.org/heraldry/paul/index.html It looks like this list
includes Russian and present Jewish names of former Soviet Union, not Jewish
names of 100 or so years ago.

Here is another website for given names:
http://www.behindthename.com/usage.html

Avotaynu publication about Given Names is a book. You can read about it and
order it here: http://www.avotaynu.com/books.htm#feld

You should search JewishGen Given Names Database for Lithuania instead of
Ukraine since there are more names in it. I found both Efim and Efraim -
they are the same name. Could Uzia actually be Isia (since Russian I looks
like English U)? I think Isia is a variation of Israil, but you can check
on that. Grisha is short for Gregoriy.

There is a book you might want to check to see whether your relatives did
die in the Holocaust or escaped: Benjamin & Vladka Meed's book "Registry of
Jewish Holocaust Survivors", published by the United States Holocaust
Memorial Museum. There are also "Memory books" available for different
provinces of Ukraine. I don't know if Odessa is one of them. These books
list those who died.

I also found links to telephone listings of some cities in Russia and
Ukraine, including Odessa. Anyone interested in these can email me but keep
in mind that these are in Russian not English. For example, I found 3 Lando
listings in Odessa currently.

Alla Kogan
New York

Researching MOOGERMAN/MUGERMAN/MOGERMAN, RAYMAN/REIMAN, KERTZMAN/KURTZ,
SHTARKMAN/STARR - Shargorod/Vinnitsa area; SHPIRT - Volochisk; LANDA, RONIS,
LIPTSIN - Satanov; MITELMAN - Satanov/Orinin.

From: "K. & L. Bertelsen" <layakbtl@benalla.net.au>
Zaida also listed the given/familial names of his maternal and paternal
aunts, uncles and cousins, all of whom never left Odessa as far as I know
and, according to Zaida, probably were all dead.

However, I wonder if someone could confirm that the given Russian civil
name EFIM would be the equivalent of EFRAIM.

Also, the given name FROL - could this be a diminutive of Ephraim?

Also I wonder about the names UZIA and GRISCHA (perhaps a diminutive of
Gregori?) - but what would have been the Hebrew or Yiddish names associated
with these names?

A few years ago I downloaded an extract >from a very comprehensive DB of
Period Russian civil given names and their slavic roots, I think the author
was a P. Goldschmidt in Germany http://www.uwplatt.edu/~goldschp but I
couldn't locate this again online when I tried recently. I don't think
Professor Esterson's incredible DB allows searches using Russian civil
names like Efim. Also I am not sure if his DB would respond to a query for
Frol or Uzia? I also understand there is an Avotaynu publication but I
cannot get access to it living out in the bush). I haven't yet had a chance
to try the ULR that Schelly Dardashti posted in 2001
http://www.cableregina.com/users/doukhobor.genealogy/Names.htm


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Odessa - given names #ukraine

Alla K <ak290700@...>
 

Here is an updated link to Paul Goldschmidt's Russian names website:
http://www.sca.org/heraldry/paul/index.html It looks like this list
includes Russian and present Jewish names of former Soviet Union, not Jewish
names of 100 or so years ago.

Here is another website for given names:
http://www.behindthename.com/usage.html

Avotaynu publication about Given Names is a book. You can read about it and
order it here: http://www.avotaynu.com/books.htm#feld

You should search JewishGen Given Names Database for Lithuania instead of
Ukraine since there are more names in it. I found both Efim and Efraim -
they are the same name. Could Uzia actually be Isia (since Russian I looks
like English U)? I think Isia is a variation of Israil, but you can check
on that. Grisha is short for Gregoriy.

There is a book you might want to check to see whether your relatives did
die in the Holocaust or escaped: Benjamin & Vladka Meed's book "Registry of
Jewish Holocaust Survivors", published by the United States Holocaust
Memorial Museum. There are also "Memory books" available for different
provinces of Ukraine. I don't know if Odessa is one of them. These books
list those who died.

I also found links to telephone listings of some cities in Russia and
Ukraine, including Odessa. Anyone interested in these can email me but keep
in mind that these are in Russian not English. For example, I found 3 Lando
listings in Odessa currently.

Alla Kogan
New York

Researching MOOGERMAN/MUGERMAN/MOGERMAN, RAYMAN/REIMAN, KERTZMAN/KURTZ,
SHTARKMAN/STARR - Shargorod/Vinnitsa area; SHPIRT - Volochisk; LANDA, RONIS,
LIPTSIN - Satanov; MITELMAN - Satanov/Orinin.

From: "K. & L. Bertelsen" <layakbtl@benalla.net.au>
Zaida also listed the given/familial names of his maternal and paternal
aunts, uncles and cousins, all of whom never left Odessa as far as I know
and, according to Zaida, probably were all dead.

However, I wonder if someone could confirm that the given Russian civil
name EFIM would be the equivalent of EFRAIM.

Also, the given name FROL - could this be a diminutive of Ephraim?

Also I wonder about the names UZIA and GRISCHA (perhaps a diminutive of
Gregori?) - but what would have been the Hebrew or Yiddish names associated
with these names?

A few years ago I downloaded an extract >from a very comprehensive DB of
Period Russian civil given names and their slavic roots, I think the author
was a P. Goldschmidt in Germany http://www.uwplatt.edu/~goldschp but I
couldn't locate this again online when I tried recently. I don't think
Professor Esterson's incredible DB allows searches using Russian civil
names like Efim. Also I am not sure if his DB would respond to a query for
Frol or Uzia? I also understand there is an Avotaynu publication but I
cannot get access to it living out in the bush). I haven't yet had a chance
to try the ULR that Schelly Dardashti posted in 2001
http://www.cableregina.com/users/doukhobor.genealogy/Names.htm


Pampyoli, Vehkalahti Finland #scandinavia

Eleanor Platt QC <kbx62@...>
 

I have seen a notice in a tourist book about this place which
states there is a cemetery for the jewish soldiers of Czar
NicholasII. Does anyone know any more about this place?
Are there any records extant?
We plan to visit in July 2004 so would like as much information
beforehand as possible.
Many thanks
Eleanor Lind
London UK


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Pampyoli, Vehkalahti Finland #scandinavia

Eleanor Platt QC <kbx62@...>
 

I have seen a notice in a tourist book about this place which
states there is a cemetery for the jewish soldiers of Czar
NicholasII. Does anyone know any more about this place?
Are there any records extant?
We plan to visit in July 2004 so would like as much information
beforehand as possible.
Many thanks
Eleanor Lind
London UK


Researching - Samuel GOLDSTEIN and Fanny TABACHNIK #belarus

Julie Shapero-Rogerson <julibill@...>
 

1. Samuel GOLDSTEIN (Chepsel / Chatzkel) was born 1862 in Berdichev,
about 100km or miles south of Kiev. Ukraine. According to Leonie & Stanley.
It must be noted that Jerusalem was part of the Ottoman Empire at the time,
and died Bet. 1902 - 1904 Kimberly, South Africa, when Max was about 8 years
old. He married Fanny Bella TABACHNIK 1889. She was born in Ukraine, and
died 1936 in Transvaal, South Africa.1.
Samuel GOLDSTEIN: Occupation - Diamond Polisher.
Fanny Bella had a brother Israel TABACHNIK

Children of Samuel GOLDSTEIN and Fanny TABACHNIK are:
+ 2 i. Max GOLDSTEIN, born Bet. October 22, 1893 - 1894 in Antwerp,
Brussels; died February 22, 1988 in Johannesburg, South Africa. He married
Annie SHAPIRO January 25, 1919 in London, England, daughter of Mendel
SHAPIRO and Fanny Shaffer. She was born January 31, 1895 in Bolton,
Blackburn, Lancashire, England, and died January 2, 1984 in Johannesburg,
South Africa.
Children of Max GOLDSTEIN and Annie SHAPIRO are:
7 i. Leone GOLDSTEIN
8 ii. Stanley GOLDSTEIN,

+ 3 ii. Rebecca GOLDSTEIN. She married Mr. BLACK.
Children of Rebecca GOLDSTEIN and Mr. BLACK are:
9 i. Quene Black.
10 ii. Leonard Black.


+ 4 iii. Leon GOLDSTEIN, died Abt. 1995. He married Alice.
Children of Leon GOLDSTEIN and Alice are:
11 i. Vivienne GOLDSTEIN. She married Cohen.

+ 5 iv. Bill GOLDSTEIN.
Child of Bill GOLDSTEIN is:
13 i. Gerald GOLDSTEIN.

6 v. Minnie GOLDSTEIN. She married (1) Solly BLUM; died Abt. 1950. She
married (2) Meyer MEYERSON Aft. 1950.

Thank you in advance for any help.

Julie Shapero
South Africa
English Speaking


Belarus SIG #Belarus Researching - Samuel GOLDSTEIN and Fanny TABACHNIK #belarus

Julie Shapero-Rogerson <julibill@...>
 

1. Samuel GOLDSTEIN (Chepsel / Chatzkel) was born 1862 in Berdichev,
about 100km or miles south of Kiev. Ukraine. According to Leonie & Stanley.
It must be noted that Jerusalem was part of the Ottoman Empire at the time,
and died Bet. 1902 - 1904 Kimberly, South Africa, when Max was about 8 years
old. He married Fanny Bella TABACHNIK 1889. She was born in Ukraine, and
died 1936 in Transvaal, South Africa.1.
Samuel GOLDSTEIN: Occupation - Diamond Polisher.
Fanny Bella had a brother Israel TABACHNIK

Children of Samuel GOLDSTEIN and Fanny TABACHNIK are:
+ 2 i. Max GOLDSTEIN, born Bet. October 22, 1893 - 1894 in Antwerp,
Brussels; died February 22, 1988 in Johannesburg, South Africa. He married
Annie SHAPIRO January 25, 1919 in London, England, daughter of Mendel
SHAPIRO and Fanny Shaffer. She was born January 31, 1895 in Bolton,
Blackburn, Lancashire, England, and died January 2, 1984 in Johannesburg,
South Africa.
Children of Max GOLDSTEIN and Annie SHAPIRO are:
7 i. Leone GOLDSTEIN
8 ii. Stanley GOLDSTEIN,

+ 3 ii. Rebecca GOLDSTEIN. She married Mr. BLACK.
Children of Rebecca GOLDSTEIN and Mr. BLACK are:
9 i. Quene Black.
10 ii. Leonard Black.


+ 4 iii. Leon GOLDSTEIN, died Abt. 1995. He married Alice.
Children of Leon GOLDSTEIN and Alice are:
11 i. Vivienne GOLDSTEIN. She married Cohen.

+ 5 iv. Bill GOLDSTEIN.
Child of Bill GOLDSTEIN is:
13 i. Gerald GOLDSTEIN.

6 v. Minnie GOLDSTEIN. She married (1) Solly BLUM; died Abt. 1950. She
married (2) Meyer MEYERSON Aft. 1950.

Thank you in advance for any help.

Julie Shapero
South Africa
English Speaking


Re: Surname Adoption #general

Robert Israel <israel@...>
 

In article <003001c2f6eb$791b1280$c5c18818@39hh111>,
JORDAN C CATES <manyrone@coastalnet.com> wrote:

I understand that Jews in places such as Russia, Poland,
Germany, Austria,
and Galicia did not adopt surnames until the 1800's.
Does this also hold true for the Jews of the British Isles? Is there a
possibility that Jews living there in the 1500's or 1600's, apart from
Sephardim, may have had surnames at those early dates? Any information
would be appreciated. Thank you.
There were no Jews living openly in the
British Isles >from 1290 to about 1655.
The first who came after 1655 were Sephardim,
who usually did have surnames - I
think the first group of German Jews came in 1692.
Since surnames were customary
in Britain, I wouldn't be surprised if they adopted
surnames quite soon.

Robert Israel
israel@math.ubc.ca
http://www.math.ubc.ca/~israel
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z2


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Surname Adoption #general

Robert Israel <israel@...>
 

In article <003001c2f6eb$791b1280$c5c18818@39hh111>,
JORDAN C CATES <manyrone@coastalnet.com> wrote:

I understand that Jews in places such as Russia, Poland,
Germany, Austria,
and Galicia did not adopt surnames until the 1800's.
Does this also hold true for the Jews of the British Isles? Is there a
possibility that Jews living there in the 1500's or 1600's, apart from
Sephardim, may have had surnames at those early dates? Any information
would be appreciated. Thank you.
There were no Jews living openly in the
British Isles >from 1290 to about 1655.
The first who came after 1655 were Sephardim,
who usually did have surnames - I
think the first group of German Jews came in 1692.
Since surnames were customary
in Britain, I wouldn't be surprised if they adopted
surnames quite soon.

Robert Israel
israel@math.ubc.ca
http://www.math.ubc.ca/~israel
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z2


STERN from Lithuania #general

Yonasan Shapiro <shapie@...>
 

My father's maternal g-grandmother was Shtrea Mira
which is kiddush for Esther Miriam (Marion)Stern.
Her husband was Moshe/Morris Munitz.
Her daughter Martha (Masha Rivka) Munitz
Gordon was born in 1883.

Please tell me your some of the first names in your
Stern family >from Lithuania especially in
the Salakas/Salok area.

Y.Yonasan Shapiro
Bayonne, NJ /TelzStone

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately, unless you
have a comment of genealogical value that
may benefit the whole Group.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen STERN from Lithuania #general

Yonasan Shapiro <shapie@...>
 

My father's maternal g-grandmother was Shtrea Mira
which is kiddush for Esther Miriam (Marion)Stern.
Her husband was Moshe/Morris Munitz.
Her daughter Martha (Masha Rivka) Munitz
Gordon was born in 1883.

Please tell me your some of the first names in your
Stern family >from Lithuania especially in
the Salakas/Salok area.

Y.Yonasan Shapiro
Bayonne, NJ /TelzStone

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately, unless you
have a comment of genealogical value that
may benefit the whole Group.


Viewmate VM 2302/3 - Yiddish translation #general

Bob Abelman <RCAbelman@...>
 

In about 1912, my great-grandmother, Rosa KANTER,
who lived in Stanislawow, Galicia, Austria-Hungary,
wrote to my grandfather, Max KANTER, in New York
City. I believe that this letter may
have been the last one my grandfather
received >from his mother.

The letter has been uploaded in two parts to
Viewmate as VM 2302 and VM 2303 and may
be found at the following addresses:

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D2302
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D2303

I would most appreciate your help in translating
this letter, especially as to any names,
places or events it might describe.
Please send responses directly to me.
Thank you very much in advance for any help
you can provide me.

Bob Abelman
Denver, CO
rcabelman@compuserve.com

Researching: ABELMAN/EBELMAN/EIBELMAN: New York, Iasi, Berdichev, Baltic
Region; KANTER/KANTOR/CANTOR: New York/New Jersey/Kansas City,
Nadworna/Kolomyya/Otynya; SCHWARTZ/SILVERMAN: New York, Iasi;
ROSENSTRAUSS/ROTENSTREICH: Nadworna/Kolomyya/Otynya; ROSENZWEIG:
Philadelphia, Iasi; NEUMAN/SEIVER: Boston, Brest-Litovsk;
GOLDZAMD/FREDMAN/GOLDSTEIN: Ozjutyci/Lokachi; PODOSTROJCA/GOLDBERG:
Kartuz-Bereza/Malech

MODERATOR NOTE:
Direct url's are:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=2302
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=2303


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate VM 2302/3 - Yiddish translation #general

Bob Abelman <RCAbelman@...>
 

In about 1912, my great-grandmother, Rosa KANTER,
who lived in Stanislawow, Galicia, Austria-Hungary,
wrote to my grandfather, Max KANTER, in New York
City. I believe that this letter may
have been the last one my grandfather
received >from his mother.

The letter has been uploaded in two parts to
Viewmate as VM 2302 and VM 2303 and may
be found at the following addresses:

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D2302
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3D2303

I would most appreciate your help in translating
this letter, especially as to any names,
places or events it might describe.
Please send responses directly to me.
Thank you very much in advance for any help
you can provide me.

Bob Abelman
Denver, CO
rcabelman@compuserve.com

Researching: ABELMAN/EBELMAN/EIBELMAN: New York, Iasi, Berdichev, Baltic
Region; KANTER/KANTOR/CANTOR: New York/New Jersey/Kansas City,
Nadworna/Kolomyya/Otynya; SCHWARTZ/SILVERMAN: New York, Iasi;
ROSENSTRAUSS/ROTENSTREICH: Nadworna/Kolomyya/Otynya; ROSENZWEIG:
Philadelphia, Iasi; NEUMAN/SEIVER: Boston, Brest-Litovsk;
GOLDZAMD/FREDMAN/GOLDSTEIN: Ozjutyci/Lokachi; PODOSTROJCA/GOLDBERG:
Kartuz-Bereza/Malech

MODERATOR NOTE:
Direct url's are:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=2302
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=2303


Re: Re Mimma #general

Hannah Engelstad
 

I remember my father's first cousin always calling my
grandmother Mimme Braine. Mimme in Yiddish, as far as
I know, means aunt and should not be confused with
the first name Minna.

Hannah Cramer Engelstad, Canada

From: "Chava Agmon" Reply-To: "Chava Agmon" To: "JewishGen Discussion
Group" Subject: Re Mimma Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2003 22:57:50 +0200
Greetings to the Genners. It is surprising that so many ex -German-speakers
among the Digest subscribers have forgotten, that in the Germany (of my
youth) the name - MiNNa - was very common ! When this name is written in
handwriting! the two NNs form a pattern which can easily be misread as two
MMs. I think this is the source of the quandary. Shalom Chava Agmon,Tel
Aviv,Israel.

Chava Agmon - Caro Family Research Email: havahug@barak-online.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Re Mimma #general

Hannah Engelstad
 

I remember my father's first cousin always calling my
grandmother Mimme Braine. Mimme in Yiddish, as far as
I know, means aunt and should not be confused with
the first name Minna.

Hannah Cramer Engelstad, Canada

From: "Chava Agmon" Reply-To: "Chava Agmon" To: "JewishGen Discussion
Group" Subject: Re Mimma Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2003 22:57:50 +0200
Greetings to the Genners. It is surprising that so many ex -German-speakers
among the Digest subscribers have forgotten, that in the Germany (of my
youth) the name - MiNNa - was very common ! When this name is written in
handwriting! the two NNs form a pattern which can easily be misread as two
MMs. I think this is the source of the quandary. Shalom Chava Agmon,Tel
Aviv,Israel.

Chava Agmon - Caro Family Research Email: havahug@barak-online.net


ABRAHAMS: FRIEND #general

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

Found: in 1901 Census
living at 129 Milday Road, Islington,
North London

Mordeai ABRAHAMS: Inspector of Meat to Jewish Butcher:
aged 56 born in Houndsditch, London

Sofia: wife aged 54 born in Houndsditch

Dora, daughter, aged 25

Leonard FRIEND-nephew, born Sunderland aged 16

Halkr (?) H FRIEND-nephew born Sunderland aged 11 =


Might be useful to someone.

Miriam Margolyes
London

aearching SANDMAN, SCHNAPPER (Germany)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ABRAHAMS: FRIEND #general

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

Found: in 1901 Census
living at 129 Milday Road, Islington,
North London

Mordeai ABRAHAMS: Inspector of Meat to Jewish Butcher:
aged 56 born in Houndsditch, London

Sofia: wife aged 54 born in Houndsditch

Dora, daughter, aged 25

Leonard FRIEND-nephew, born Sunderland aged 16

Halkr (?) H FRIEND-nephew born Sunderland aged 11 =


Might be useful to someone.

Miriam Margolyes
London

aearching SANDMAN, SCHNAPPER (Germany)


JGS of Cleveland, Ohio, April meeting #general

C&V <proprius@...>
 

The next Cleveland JGS monthly meeting will take place on
Wednesday, April 2, 2003, 7:30-10:30 P.M. at Menorah Park's
Miller Boardroom, 27100 Cedar Road, Beachwood, OH 44122.

Our Guest Speaker will be Duncan Gardiner who will discuss
the history of border changes in Eastern Europe.

The Cleveland JGS's new Program Director is Gary
Silverstein.

Submitted by: Arlene Blank Rich, President


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Cleveland, Ohio, April meeting #general

C&V <proprius@...>
 

The next Cleveland JGS monthly meeting will take place on
Wednesday, April 2, 2003, 7:30-10:30 P.M. at Menorah Park's
Miller Boardroom, 27100 Cedar Road, Beachwood, OH 44122.

Our Guest Speaker will be Duncan Gardiner who will discuss
the history of border changes in Eastern Europe.

The Cleveland JGS's new Program Director is Gary
Silverstein.

Submitted by: Arlene Blank Rich, President


ROSENBLATT and STERNBERG #germany

Georgia Haken <gwhaken@...>
 

It has been awhile since I posted to GerSig. My husband's ggrandfather
Louis ROSENBLATT married Johanna HEPPENHEIMER >from Eichtersheim, Baden in
New York City 20 Aug 1876. It was the second marriage for both.

Louis took her back to Cleveland, Ohio where his 10 children >from his
first wife waited. New information on Louis ROSENBLATT is that I believe I
found his passenger manifest in 1845 with his future brother-in-law, Jacob
STERNBERG.

Jacob, Jacob's wife Bina, Jacob's sister Bertha, Louis and several
children all lived together in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1860 and then Jacob
went to fight in the Civil War in 1861. They moved to Cleveland between
1863 and 1864 and Jacob and Louis manufactured parasols and umbrellas.

When Jacob's wife died he and his oldest son William moved in with Louis
and his second wife. Three other STERNBERG children are listed in the
Jewish Orphanage in Cleveland. I have only been able to trace two of the
ten children >from Louis's first marriage so far.

One line I found through JewishGen; the other is Etta who married Morris
RUNKLE and moved to NYC where they had two children--Corrine and David.

Interested in hearing >from anyone who might be related.

Georgia Haken, Danbury CT gwhaken@yahoo.com

ROSENBLATT Hesse-Cassel, Cleveland OH HEPPENHEIMER Eichtersheim
PROPPER Bohemia STERNBERG Hesse-Cassel, Cleveland OH


German SIG #Germany ROSENBLATT and STERNBERG #germany

Georgia Haken <gwhaken@...>
 

It has been awhile since I posted to GerSig. My husband's ggrandfather
Louis ROSENBLATT married Johanna HEPPENHEIMER >from Eichtersheim, Baden in
New York City 20 Aug 1876. It was the second marriage for both.

Louis took her back to Cleveland, Ohio where his 10 children >from his
first wife waited. New information on Louis ROSENBLATT is that I believe I
found his passenger manifest in 1845 with his future brother-in-law, Jacob
STERNBERG.

Jacob, Jacob's wife Bina, Jacob's sister Bertha, Louis and several
children all lived together in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1860 and then Jacob
went to fight in the Civil War in 1861. They moved to Cleveland between
1863 and 1864 and Jacob and Louis manufactured parasols and umbrellas.

When Jacob's wife died he and his oldest son William moved in with Louis
and his second wife. Three other STERNBERG children are listed in the
Jewish Orphanage in Cleveland. I have only been able to trace two of the
ten children >from Louis's first marriage so far.

One line I found through JewishGen; the other is Etta who married Morris
RUNKLE and moved to NYC where they had two children--Corrine and David.

Interested in hearing >from anyone who might be related.

Georgia Haken, Danbury CT gwhaken@yahoo.com

ROSENBLATT Hesse-Cassel, Cleveland OH HEPPENHEIMER Eichtersheim
PROPPER Bohemia STERNBERG Hesse-Cassel, Cleveland OH