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Another milestone! Another thank you! #general

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As many of you are aware, the "behind the scenes" team has been working
tirelessly (and endlessly) to implement our Central User Registration
Environment (CURE) and fine tuning all the elements in this huge project.
CURE will enable us to better manage all our back office systems and
ensure integration of all JewishGen programs and projects into one
central system.

Would you believe that we are fast approaching the 100,000 mark in user
registrations to JewishGen? An awesome number for a community that
started with slightly more than 100 people and one computer just
18 short years ago! Now, to enable us to meet the user demand we
are running 10 servers in a 24/7 secure co-location facility. It
truly boggles the mind!

As busy as we have been behind the scenes, I wanted to take a moment
to thank all the many hundreds of our world wide volunteers who have
contributed so greatly to making JewishGen a vital community and
recognized leader in the field of Jewish genealogy.

We applaud their efforts and their dedication and commitment to this
organization. To those who have blessed us with their financial support
over the years, please know we are ever so grateful! We could not
have gotten where we are today without you.

My personal thanks go out to all the JewishGen Vice Presidents, the
SIG Leaders and the JewishGen Board for their significant contributions,
commitment and dedication to the missions and goals of this organization.
With your help we have achieved yet another milestone in our development.
We look forward to using our new tools to create the building blocks for an
even greater and more efficient JewishGen in the months and years to come.

Susan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Another milestone! Another thank you! #general

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As many of you are aware, the "behind the scenes" team has been working
tirelessly (and endlessly) to implement our Central User Registration
Environment (CURE) and fine tuning all the elements in this huge project.
CURE will enable us to better manage all our back office systems and
ensure integration of all JewishGen programs and projects into one
central system.

Would you believe that we are fast approaching the 100,000 mark in user
registrations to JewishGen? An awesome number for a community that
started with slightly more than 100 people and one computer just
18 short years ago! Now, to enable us to meet the user demand we
are running 10 servers in a 24/7 secure co-location facility. It
truly boggles the mind!

As busy as we have been behind the scenes, I wanted to take a moment
to thank all the many hundreds of our world wide volunteers who have
contributed so greatly to making JewishGen a vital community and
recognized leader in the field of Jewish genealogy.

We applaud their efforts and their dedication and commitment to this
organization. To those who have blessed us with their financial support
over the years, please know we are ever so grateful! We could not
have gotten where we are today without you.

My personal thanks go out to all the JewishGen Vice Presidents, the
SIG Leaders and the JewishGen Board for their significant contributions,
commitment and dedication to the missions and goals of this organization.
With your help we have achieved yet another milestone in our development.
We look forward to using our new tools to create the building blocks for an
even greater and more efficient JewishGen in the months and years to come.

Susan


Marriage registry: Tuszyn + Belchatow #general

Burt Hecht <burt1933@...>
 

I would appreciate translations of three postings. One one: VM4572 there is
a Polish marriage registration >from Tuszyn with Hebrew annotations. Another
document is a marriage registration >from Belchatow posted in two segments:
VM 4611 first portion and VM 4571 second portion are in Polish with Hebrew
signatories.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/index.asp

Please respond to undersigned. Thank you.

Burt Hecht
burt1933@comcast.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Marriage registry: Tuszyn + Belchatow #general

Burt Hecht <burt1933@...>
 

I would appreciate translations of three postings. One one: VM4572 there is
a Polish marriage registration >from Tuszyn with Hebrew annotations. Another
document is a marriage registration >from Belchatow posted in two segments:
VM 4611 first portion and VM 4571 second portion are in Polish with Hebrew
signatories.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/index.asp

Please respond to undersigned. Thank you.

Burt Hecht
burt1933@comcast.net


Yosef Dov, Dov Joseph #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 8/25/2004 2:28:41 PM Eastern Standard Time, YLCA87@aol.com
writes:

. . . my ggf's stone, . . . .an anacrostic of his name Yosef Dov

Canadian-born Dov (Bernerd) Joseph was military governor of Jerusalem in 1948
and for many years thereafter served in the Israeli cabinet in various
positions.

Made me wonder whether there is some sort of connection between the names
Yosef and Dov.

Michael Bernet, New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Yosef Dov, Dov Joseph #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 8/25/2004 2:28:41 PM Eastern Standard Time, YLCA87@aol.com
writes:

. . . my ggf's stone, . . . .an anacrostic of his name Yosef Dov

Canadian-born Dov (Bernerd) Joseph was military governor of Jerusalem in 1948
and for many years thereafter served in the Israeli cabinet in various
positions.

Made me wonder whether there is some sort of connection between the names
Yosef and Dov.

Michael Bernet, New York


Another milestone! Another thank you! #latvia

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As many of you are aware, the "behind the scenes" team has been working
tirelessly (and endlessly) to implement our Central User Registration
Environment (CURE) and fine-tuning all the elements in this huge project.
CURE will enable us to better manage all our back office systems and ensure
integration of all JewishGen programs and projects into one central system.

Would you believe that we are fast approaching the 100,000 mark in user
registrations to JewishGen? An awesome number for a community that started
with slightly more than 100 people and one computer just 18 short years ago!
Now, to enable us to meet the user demand we are running 10 servers in a
24/7 secure co-location facility. It truly boggles the mind!

As busy as we have been behind the scenes, I wanted to take a moment to thank
all the many hundreds of our world wide volunteers who have contributed so
greatly to making JewishGen a vital community and recognized leader in the
field of Jewish genealogy.

We applaud their efforts and their dedication and commitment to this
organization. To those who have blessed us with their financial support
over the years, please know we are ever so grateful! We could not have
gotten where we are today without you.

My personal thanks go out to all the JewishGen Vice Presidents, the SIG
Leaders and the JewishGen Board for their significant contributions,
commitment and dedication to the missions and goals of this organization.
With your help we have achieved yet another milestone in our development.
We look forward to using our new tools to create the building blocks for
an even greater and more efficient JewishGen in the months and years to
come.

Susan


Latvia SIG #Latvia Another milestone! Another thank you! #latvia

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As many of you are aware, the "behind the scenes" team has been working
tirelessly (and endlessly) to implement our Central User Registration
Environment (CURE) and fine-tuning all the elements in this huge project.
CURE will enable us to better manage all our back office systems and ensure
integration of all JewishGen programs and projects into one central system.

Would you believe that we are fast approaching the 100,000 mark in user
registrations to JewishGen? An awesome number for a community that started
with slightly more than 100 people and one computer just 18 short years ago!
Now, to enable us to meet the user demand we are running 10 servers in a
24/7 secure co-location facility. It truly boggles the mind!

As busy as we have been behind the scenes, I wanted to take a moment to thank
all the many hundreds of our world wide volunteers who have contributed so
greatly to making JewishGen a vital community and recognized leader in the
field of Jewish genealogy.

We applaud their efforts and their dedication and commitment to this
organization. To those who have blessed us with their financial support
over the years, please know we are ever so grateful! We could not have
gotten where we are today without you.

My personal thanks go out to all the JewishGen Vice Presidents, the SIG
Leaders and the JewishGen Board for their significant contributions,
commitment and dedication to the missions and goals of this organization.
With your help we have achieved yet another milestone in our development.
We look forward to using our new tools to create the building blocks for
an even greater and more efficient JewishGen in the months and years to
come.

Susan


European Day of Jewish Culture #germany

Eliane Roos <ljrooschuhl@...>
 

I am sorry for errors made in giving information on that great day
in many European countries, esp France, Germany etc :
it will take place on Sunday September 5th and here is a more convenient
address : www.jewisheritage.org

do enjoy these opportunities, Eliane Roos Schuhl Paris


German SIG #Germany European Day of Jewish Culture #germany

Eliane Roos <ljrooschuhl@...>
 

I am sorry for errors made in giving information on that great day
in many European countries, esp France, Germany etc :
it will take place on Sunday September 5th and here is a more convenient
address : www.jewisheritage.org

do enjoy these opportunities, Eliane Roos Schuhl Paris


Another milestone! Another thank you! #scandinavia

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As many of you are aware, the "behind the scenes" team has been working
tirelessly (and endlessly) to implement our Central User Registration
Environment (CURE) and fine-tuning all the elements in this huge project.
CURE will enable us to better manage all our back office systems and ensure
integration of all JewishGen programs and projects into one central system.

Would you believe that we are fast approaching the 100,000 mark in user
registrations to JewishGen? An awesome number for a community that started
with slightly more than 100 people and one computer just 18 short years ago!
Now, to enable us to meet the user demand we are running 10 servers in a
24/7 secure co-location facility. It truly boggles the mind!

As busy as we have been behind the scenes, I wanted to take a moment to thank
all the many hundreds of our world wide volunteers who have contributed so
greatly to making JewishGen a vital community and recognized leader in the
field of Jewish genealogy.

We applaud their efforts and their dedication and commitment to this
organization. To those who have blessed us with their financial support
over the years, please know we are ever so grateful! We could not have
gotten where we are today without you.

My personal thanks go out to all the JewishGen Vice Presidents, the SIG
Leaders and the JewishGen Board for their significant contributions,
commitment and dedication to the missions and goals of this organization.
With your help we have achieved yet another milestone in our development.
We look forward to using our new tools to create the building blocks for
an even greater and more efficient JewishGen in the months and years to
come.

Susan


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Another milestone! Another thank you! #scandinavia

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As many of you are aware, the "behind the scenes" team has been working
tirelessly (and endlessly) to implement our Central User Registration
Environment (CURE) and fine-tuning all the elements in this huge project.
CURE will enable us to better manage all our back office systems and ensure
integration of all JewishGen programs and projects into one central system.

Would you believe that we are fast approaching the 100,000 mark in user
registrations to JewishGen? An awesome number for a community that started
with slightly more than 100 people and one computer just 18 short years ago!
Now, to enable us to meet the user demand we are running 10 servers in a
24/7 secure co-location facility. It truly boggles the mind!

As busy as we have been behind the scenes, I wanted to take a moment to thank
all the many hundreds of our world wide volunteers who have contributed so
greatly to making JewishGen a vital community and recognized leader in the
field of Jewish genealogy.

We applaud their efforts and their dedication and commitment to this
organization. To those who have blessed us with their financial support
over the years, please know we are ever so grateful! We could not have
gotten where we are today without you.

My personal thanks go out to all the JewishGen Vice Presidents, the SIG
Leaders and the JewishGen Board for their significant contributions,
commitment and dedication to the missions and goals of this organization.
With your help we have achieved yet another milestone in our development.
We look forward to using our new tools to create the building blocks for
an even greater and more efficient JewishGen in the months and years to
come.

Susan


Re: SUFRIN family from Munchen #germany

Fritz Neubauer
 

van-raalte schrieb:

I need help in searching for the private names of a SUFRIN family that
lived in Munchen before the 2WW in (around 1930-1939) in "mail strasse".
I know that my great grandmother, Tova (Taube?) Necha SUFRIN lived in
Munchen with one of her sisters for some 10 years ( around 1888-1898) then
she left to Tyczyn, Poland (as a young woman) and married my great
grandfather (Samuel JOsef FENSTER). In Munchen she had sisters (probably
married) and a brother but I don't know their private names. It might be that
she and her siblings were born in Tyczyn. Sara, Israel
Dear Sara,

just in case there is a connection, in the Theresienstadt Memorial Book
I found an entry for SUFRIN, Bessi, born 11 Sep 1873
who was deported >from Berlin to Theresienstadt, arrival date 14 Jan 1943,
with kind regards Fritz Neubauer, North Germany


German SIG #Germany Re: SUFRIN family from Munchen #germany

Fritz Neubauer
 

van-raalte schrieb:

I need help in searching for the private names of a SUFRIN family that
lived in Munchen before the 2WW in (around 1930-1939) in "mail strasse".
I know that my great grandmother, Tova (Taube?) Necha SUFRIN lived in
Munchen with one of her sisters for some 10 years ( around 1888-1898) then
she left to Tyczyn, Poland (as a young woman) and married my great
grandfather (Samuel JOsef FENSTER). In Munchen she had sisters (probably
married) and a brother but I don't know their private names. It might be that
she and her siblings were born in Tyczyn. Sara, Israel
Dear Sara,

just in case there is a connection, in the Theresienstadt Memorial Book
I found an entry for SUFRIN, Bessi, born 11 Sep 1873
who was deported >from Berlin to Theresienstadt, arrival date 14 Jan 1943,
with kind regards Fritz Neubauer, North Germany


Another milestone! Another thank you! #dna

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As many of you are aware, the "behind the scenes" team has been
working tirelessly (and endlessly) to implement our Central User
Registration Environment (CURE) and fine-tuning all the elements
in this huge project. CURE will enable us to better manage all our
back office systems and ensure integration of all JewishGen programs
and projects into one central system.

Would you believe that we are fast approaching the 100,000 mark in
user registrations to JewishGen? An awesome number for a community
that started with slightly more than 100 people and one computer
just 18 short years ago! Now, to enable us to meet the user demand
we are running 10 servers in a 24/7 secure co-location facility. It
truly boggles the mind!

As busy as we have been behind the scenes, I wanted to take a moment
to thank all the many hundreds of our world wide volunteers who have
contributed so greatly to making JewishGen a vital community and
recognized leader in the field of Jewish genealogy.

We applaud their efforts and their dedication and commitment to this
organization. To those who have blessed us with their financial
support over the years, please know we are ever so grateful! We
could not have gotten where we are today without you.

My personal thanks go out to all the JewishGen Vice Presidents, the
SIG Leaders and the JewishGen Board for their significant
contributions, commitment and dedication to the missions and goals
of this organization. With your help we have achieved yet another
milestone in our development. We look forward to using our new tools
to create the building blocks for an even greater and more efficient
JewishGen in the months and years to come.

Susan


DNA Research #DNA Another milestone! Another thank you! #dna

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As many of you are aware, the "behind the scenes" team has been
working tirelessly (and endlessly) to implement our Central User
Registration Environment (CURE) and fine-tuning all the elements
in this huge project. CURE will enable us to better manage all our
back office systems and ensure integration of all JewishGen programs
and projects into one central system.

Would you believe that we are fast approaching the 100,000 mark in
user registrations to JewishGen? An awesome number for a community
that started with slightly more than 100 people and one computer
just 18 short years ago! Now, to enable us to meet the user demand
we are running 10 servers in a 24/7 secure co-location facility. It
truly boggles the mind!

As busy as we have been behind the scenes, I wanted to take a moment
to thank all the many hundreds of our world wide volunteers who have
contributed so greatly to making JewishGen a vital community and
recognized leader in the field of Jewish genealogy.

We applaud their efforts and their dedication and commitment to this
organization. To those who have blessed us with their financial
support over the years, please know we are ever so grateful! We
could not have gotten where we are today without you.

My personal thanks go out to all the JewishGen Vice Presidents, the
SIG Leaders and the JewishGen Board for their significant
contributions, commitment and dedication to the missions and goals
of this organization. With your help we have achieved yet another
milestone in our development. We look forward to using our new tools
to create the building blocks for an even greater and more efficient
JewishGen in the months and years to come.

Susan


Another milestone! Another thank you! #rabbinic

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As many of you are aware, the "behind the scenes" team has been
working tirelessly (and endlessly) to implement our Central User
Registration Environment (CURE) and fine-tuning all the elements
in this huge project. CURE will enable us to better manage all our
back office systems and ensure integration of all JewishGen programs
and projects into one central system.

Would you believe that we are fast approaching the 100,000 mark in
user registrations to JewishGen? An awesome number for a community
that started with slightly more than 100 people and one computer
just 18 short years ago! Now, to enable us to meet the user demand
we are running 10 servers in a 24/7 secure co-location facility. It
truly boggles the mind!

As busy as we have been behind the scenes, I wanted to take a moment
to thank all the many hundreds of our world wide volunteers who have
contributed so greatly to making JewishGen a vital community and
recognized leader in the field of Jewish genealogy.

We applaud their efforts and their dedication and commitment to this
organization. To those who have blessed us with their financial
support over the years, please know we are ever so grateful! We
could not have gotten where we are today without you.

My personal thanks go out to all the JewishGen Vice Presidents, the
SIG Leaders and the JewishGen Board for their significant
contributions, commitment and dedication to the missions and goals
of this organization. With your help we have achieved yet another
milestone in our development. We look forward to using our new tools
to create the building blocks for an even greater and more efficient
JewishGen in the months and years to come.

Susan


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Another milestone! Another thank you! #rabbinic

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As many of you are aware, the "behind the scenes" team has been
working tirelessly (and endlessly) to implement our Central User
Registration Environment (CURE) and fine-tuning all the elements
in this huge project. CURE will enable us to better manage all our
back office systems and ensure integration of all JewishGen programs
and projects into one central system.

Would you believe that we are fast approaching the 100,000 mark in
user registrations to JewishGen? An awesome number for a community
that started with slightly more than 100 people and one computer
just 18 short years ago! Now, to enable us to meet the user demand
we are running 10 servers in a 24/7 secure co-location facility. It
truly boggles the mind!

As busy as we have been behind the scenes, I wanted to take a moment
to thank all the many hundreds of our world wide volunteers who have
contributed so greatly to making JewishGen a vital community and
recognized leader in the field of Jewish genealogy.

We applaud their efforts and their dedication and commitment to this
organization. To those who have blessed us with their financial
support over the years, please know we are ever so grateful! We
could not have gotten where we are today without you.

My personal thanks go out to all the JewishGen Vice Presidents, the
SIG Leaders and the JewishGen Board for their significant
contributions, commitment and dedication to the missions and goals
of this organization. With your help we have achieved yet another
milestone in our development. We look forward to using our new tools
to create the building blocks for an even greater and more efficient
JewishGen in the months and years to come.

Susan


Re: what information can you get from naturalization petitions? #general

Sam Schleman <Samara99@...>
 

See topic "Naturalization Records" under FAQ on JewishGen home page.

Through Ancestry.com, I have located the NY petiton for naturliztion for
certain family members... Other than what appears on the index card,,, is
there more information available?
MODERATOR NOTE: ... which is at
<http://www2.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/faq.html#Naturalization>


Re: [scandinavia] Rosi LEVIN, née SAMULON in Copenhagen, Denmark #scandinavia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

At 00:29 24-08-2004, Adam Katzeff wrote:
I'm searching for information and/or relatives of a woman named
Rosi LEVIN, nee SAMULON.
...snip...
I believe Rosi LEVIN is identical with the one found in
"Stamtavle over Levin Wulff (Franck)s Efterkommere"
by kaptajn Hector Boeck (1941-43)
from where the following information is:
Rosa Sara Basch SAMULON
b. 05 Apr 1885 in Berlin, Germany (as you also noted)
married 01 Mar 1939 in Berlin to
Ivan LEVIN

The ancestor report of Ivan Levin is as follows:

Ahnentafel of Ivan Levin

--- 1st Generation ---

1. Ivan LEVIN married Alexandra Flora K=D8HLER. He was =93slagtermester=94=
=20
(butcher). He was born on 4 Jul 1880 Faaborg, Svendborg. He married (1)=20
Alexandra Flora KOEHLER (1877-1934) with whom he had four children. He=20
married (2) Rosa Sara Basch SAMULON (1885-1945) on 1 Mar 1939 Berlin,=
Germany.

[I don=92t know if there were any children in that marriage =96 but=
presumably=20
not considering her age when she married LEVIN. You can write and ask=20
Mosaisk Troessamfund in Copenhagen).

--- 2nd Generation ---

2. Ludvig LEVIN married Adele PHILIP. He died in Faaborg (date unknown,=20
but before 9 Apr 1919). He was =93slagtermester=94 in Faaborg. He was born=
on=20
1 Feb 1842 Koege.

3. Adele PHILIP married Ludvig LEVIN, son of Wulff LEVIN and Birgitte=20
JACOBSEN. Her married name was LEVIN. She died as a widow. She was born=
=20
on 24 Aug 1841 Hamburg, Germany. She died on 9 Apr 1919 Faaborg,=20
Svendborg, at age 77.

--- 3rd Generation ---

4. Wulff LEVIN was officer and tradsman/merchant in Koege. He was born in=
=20
Mar 1808 Ringsted (or 1807 in Naestved!?). He married Birgitte JACOBSEN in=
=20
1833. He was buried in 1841 Copenhagen. He appeared on the census of 1845=
=20
Vestergade, soender side, Koege. He lived in 1845 Vestergade 60, Koege.

5. Birgitte JACOBSEN. Her married name was LEVIN. She was born on 28 Apr=
=20
1802 Koege. She married Wulff LEVIN, son of Levin Wulff FRANCK and Hendel=
=20
JACOBSEN, in 1833. She appeared on the census of 1870 Noerregade 167,=20
Naestved. She died on 4 Mar 1876 at age 73. She was buried plot J-9-1,=20
Mosaisk Nordre Begravelsesplads, Copenhagen.

--- 4th Generation ---

8. Levin Wulff FRANCK was tradesman/merchant in Naestved. He came around=
=20
1800 >from Altona, Germanu. He was a butcher in Naestved. He was also known=
=20
as Levin Abraham WULFF and Levin WULFF. He was born in 1781 Bamberg,=20
Oberfranken, Germany. He married Hendel JACOBSEN, daughter of Jacob=20
ABRAHAM and Ester WOLFF, in 1807 Ringsted. He was naturalized between 1810=
=20
and 1811. He appeared on the census of 1834 Katteburgstraede 52, Naestved,=
=20
Praestoe. He died on 12 Aug 1841 Naestved. He was buried plot G-2-18,=20
Mosaisk Nordre Begravelsesplads, Copenhagen.

9. Hendel (or Johanne or Ellen) JACOBSEN. Her married name was WULFF or=20
FRANCK. She was also known as JACOB, JACOBS or ABRAHAM. She was born in=
=20
1790. She married Levin Wulff FRANCK in 1807 Ringsted. She died on 25 Sep=
=20
1846 Naestved. She was buried plot G-11-9, Mosaisk Nordre=20
Begravelsesplads, Copenhagen.

--- 5th Generation ---

18. Jacob ABRAHAM was born circa 1746 Berlin, Germany. He lived after=20
1754 in Denmark. He appeared on the census of 1801. He was merchant in=20
Ringsted. He died on 12 Aug 1803. He was buried plot X-1-47-33, Mosaisk=20
Nordre Begravelsesplads, Copenhagen.

19. Ester WOLFF was also known as Esther WULF. She was born circa 1748=20
Rendsburg, Germany. Her married name was ABRAHAM. She married Jacob=20
ABRAHAM circa 1767. She died after Apr 1790.

****

If anyone has additional information about any of these I would be grateful=
=20
if you would let me know.

Best regards


-------------------------------------------------------
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's SCANDINAVIA SIG=20
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
President of JGS-Denmark: http://www.jewishgen.org/jgs-denmark
http://home.worldonline.dk/~epaikin/
mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk
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