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Nyitra Archives Records #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

As promised, I contacted the Family History Library regarding status
of Nyitra archives records. Daniel Schlyter, the FHL's Collection
Development Specialist for Eastern Europe, reports that very little
of the Nitra vital records have yet been cataloged. He says that the
cataloger is still working on a backlog of census records. He will
try to find out when they expect to start cataloging the vital
records >from this archive.

Vivian Kahn


Success story - just in time for the New Year! #hungary

Marilyn Sheridan <marilyns@...>
 

Dear members of JewishGen Discussion Group, and BohMor SIG, France SIG,
Galicia SIG, and Hungary SIG,

Thanks to JewishGen (and to some other wonderful Jewish organizations) I
have recently found lost family in Budapest!

Not long before my father died, he mentioned that when he was a young child,
his mother would take him by train >from Vienna to visit his C******* cousins
in Budapest. He had three girl cousins, all older than himself. He
remembered only the first name of one cousin, and that another cousin had
married a man with the surname R*****.

My father could not tell me how he was related to these cousins, but I
suspected that his own mother and the mother of the cousins were sisters.
This proved to be correct, as I found when I looked recently in a book
called "Counted Remnant: Register of the Jewish Survivors in Budapest" that
was published in Budapest in 1946.

When I searched the list under "R" for the name R*****, I found a woman by
that name. As is done for each survivor in this record, she listed her own
mother's maiden name. That was my big clue: it was the same maiden surname
as that of my father's mother. Moreover, Mrs. R***** listed her mother's
first name. So, for the first time, I knew a name my father had not been
able to remember - the first name of his mother's sister.

My next step was to scan the same list for any children of Mrs. R*****. I
found two sons, who identified the maiden name of their mother as the former
Miss C*******, and their current home address as the same one where their
mother currently lived.

In an on-line telephone book of Hungary, I found only 5 people with the
surname R*****, and with one of the two first names. I wrote by snail-mail
to the only one in Budapest, including a photocopy of the relevant page of
"Counted Remnant" and a genealogy tree to show how we might be related.

You can imagine my thrill to receive a reply by snail mail! This was indeed
my second cousin. My father's mother and his mother's mother were sisters.
(Those sisters were daughters of Avraham Zvi Hersch BEUTEL the Hosid, who
was born in Skalat on April 16, 1852 and died in Vienna on May 7, 1936. I
can not find further information about him; so if anyone knows where I can
look, I would be happy to receive suggestions. The IKG Wien has no further
information; and I can not find out where Skalat records might be -
apparently they are not in Skalat - if any have indeed survived to this
day.)

The daughter of BEUTEL who lived in Budapest became the mother of three
daughters of her own. One was the mother of the the two R***** brothers
whom I discovered very recently. The second moved with her family to
France; my father lived with them >from the time he fled Vienna in 1938 until
the battle of Dunkirk in 1940; alas, I have confirmed (Klarsfeld) that all
perished at Auschwitz. The third sister (probably the oldest) and her
family may have moved to France, but they or some children may have stayed
in Hungary. No one seems to know or remember their surname.

It turns out that the wife of the younger R***** brother has cousins in Las
Vegas; they are very close, and telephone each other several times a month.
The younger R***** brother told his cousins about the letter that I had sent
to the older brother. A few weeks ago, the younger brother and his wife
traveled to Las Vegas to visit these cousins. Because I live in nearby
Tucson, I went to meet them. It was instant family!

The younger brother speaks only Hungarian; and because his wife is a
Hungarian government worker, their number is not in the telephone book for
reasons of privacy. The cousins in Las Vegas are multilingual (the wife
survived Bergen-Belsen, the husband was a partisan) and every word back and
forth had to be translated - but with such warmth and joy! My cousin hugs
just like my father did; we could not stop hugging each other. We had a
huge traditional Czechoslovakian / Hungarian dinner!

The younger brother knows little about his past, because his mother, who
died only a few years ago, could not bear to talk about her losses,
including the murders of her husband and father. His older brother, also,
finds it hard to talk about those times. The earliest memory of the brother
I met, is the occasion when Jews were herded brutally toward a ghetto in
Budapest; a soldier shoved his beloved grandfather, who could not move
"quickly enough", making him fall down, and then shot him on the spot.

When the Nazis demanded that Jews join the labor battalions, the older son
tried to convince his father that they should run away together and join the
partisans. The father said he was a WWI veteran, this was his fate, etc. -
and paid for this with his life, as did so many other decent Jews. The
older son fled, and survived as a partisan.

The younger son and his mother were saved by the extraordinary and
unforgettable heroism of Raoul Wallenberg; they lived in one of the
safe-houses till the end of WWII.

The younger son brought to Las Vegas a stack of ancient photographs; he had
found them in his mother's room after she died. She had never shown them to
him, or talked about them with him. He had planned to leave all of them
with me, so that I could photograph them and then mail them back to him.
But in the end, he could not bear to part with any that showed his father,
whom he does not remember at all. He also hung on to all the photos of his
mother. I find it very touching that he is such a devoted son.

However, he agreed to lend me photos that showed people he did not know. I
could not believe what I saw! There was a photo of my father at about 3
years old, with his mother and older sister, similar to the one SIGAL family
photo my father had been able to save. There were several photos of the two
sisters of the mother of the R***** brothers, each with spouses and / or
children. I knew who these people were, only because names on the backs of
some photos were those my father had mentioned. I was able to tell my
cousin, "This was your aunt! These were your little cousins!"

Some of the other photos showed a person or persons whose name on the back I
do not know; others provided no name or information, and I did not recognize
the person. But I found a wonderful turn-of-the-century photo of the
exquisite eldest aunt of the R***** brothers, with her three sparklingly
beautiful little children - and their first names are on the back of the
photo. Any such clue is a help in further research!

Now I must visit my cousins in Budapest, in order to meet all of them and
their families, and to see the rest of the photographs! I still have a
thousand questions, and I want to find more family. More important, we are
alive and we need to celebrate life. I must locate a person who speaks both
Hungarian and English, and with whom all of us can feel comfortable in
Budapest and / or Vienna.

I have found these relatives in large part due to the existence of JewishGen
and its various SIGs and sources of information. Thank you, also, to the
dozens of Genners and SIGgers who have helped me with all kinds of advice; I
have tried to thank each of you personally. My financial contribution will
be on its way to JewishGen.

Shana Tova to all. May we see peace in Israel and throughout the world,
this year.

Marilyn Sheridan (Miriam SIGAL)
Tucson, AZ, USA

Moderator VK: Thank you so much for sharing your story. Yet another example of why it's essential that we keep JewishGen financially healthy. Can you tell us where you found the register of Jewish survivors in Budapest? I suspect that other H-SIG subscribers would find this resource very helpful for their research.


Horrath/Horvath medallion To Moderator #hungary

Cashel44@...
 

Moderator VK: Have you suggested to Tracy that she check closely to
see whether the name might be Horvath? In that case, the victim would
have been a Hungarian and this info might help her to trace
survivors.

No, if you look at the madellion, it is deffinitely HoRRath. The name is stamped on it.

Thanx, Ley


List # 6 of jewish surnames from Sumy (Ukraine) #ukraine

Veniamin Tsibka <tsibka@...>
 

Dear members of conference!
The Fund "Algonica" continues to publish the list of jewish surnames,
meeting in documents of State archive Sumy area (Ukraine).

List 6.
ádministrative-territorial system:
Shostka
(Sumy province, Ukraine).

Family name:
1. Bentsinov;
2. Lembrikov;
3. Libin;
4. Litmanovich;
5. Persov;
6. Rubinson;
7. Serbin;
8. Seric (Serik);
9. Sklyar;
10. Turok;
11. Fradkin;
12. Hanik (Hanic);
13. Tsalhin;
14. Yudovich;

Wait the publications of the next list.
The Fund "álgonica" searches for interested persons, for which will execute
the selection of documents >from State archive Sumy area on jewish themes.

Respectfully yours,
Veniamin Tsibka, vice-chairman
Fund 'Algonica' Sumy, Ukraine
tsibka@...
algonica@...


Hungary SIG #Hungary Nyitra Archives Records #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

As promised, I contacted the Family History Library regarding status
of Nyitra archives records. Daniel Schlyter, the FHL's Collection
Development Specialist for Eastern Europe, reports that very little
of the Nitra vital records have yet been cataloged. He says that the
cataloger is still working on a backlog of census records. He will
try to find out when they expect to start cataloging the vital
records >from this archive.

Vivian Kahn


Hungary SIG #Hungary Success story - just in time for the New Year! #hungary

Marilyn Sheridan <marilyns@...>
 

Dear members of JewishGen Discussion Group, and BohMor SIG, France SIG,
Galicia SIG, and Hungary SIG,

Thanks to JewishGen (and to some other wonderful Jewish organizations) I
have recently found lost family in Budapest!

Not long before my father died, he mentioned that when he was a young child,
his mother would take him by train >from Vienna to visit his C******* cousins
in Budapest. He had three girl cousins, all older than himself. He
remembered only the first name of one cousin, and that another cousin had
married a man with the surname R*****.

My father could not tell me how he was related to these cousins, but I
suspected that his own mother and the mother of the cousins were sisters.
This proved to be correct, as I found when I looked recently in a book
called "Counted Remnant: Register of the Jewish Survivors in Budapest" that
was published in Budapest in 1946.

When I searched the list under "R" for the name R*****, I found a woman by
that name. As is done for each survivor in this record, she listed her own
mother's maiden name. That was my big clue: it was the same maiden surname
as that of my father's mother. Moreover, Mrs. R***** listed her mother's
first name. So, for the first time, I knew a name my father had not been
able to remember - the first name of his mother's sister.

My next step was to scan the same list for any children of Mrs. R*****. I
found two sons, who identified the maiden name of their mother as the former
Miss C*******, and their current home address as the same one where their
mother currently lived.

In an on-line telephone book of Hungary, I found only 5 people with the
surname R*****, and with one of the two first names. I wrote by snail-mail
to the only one in Budapest, including a photocopy of the relevant page of
"Counted Remnant" and a genealogy tree to show how we might be related.

You can imagine my thrill to receive a reply by snail mail! This was indeed
my second cousin. My father's mother and his mother's mother were sisters.
(Those sisters were daughters of Avraham Zvi Hersch BEUTEL the Hosid, who
was born in Skalat on April 16, 1852 and died in Vienna on May 7, 1936. I
can not find further information about him; so if anyone knows where I can
look, I would be happy to receive suggestions. The IKG Wien has no further
information; and I can not find out where Skalat records might be -
apparently they are not in Skalat - if any have indeed survived to this
day.)

The daughter of BEUTEL who lived in Budapest became the mother of three
daughters of her own. One was the mother of the the two R***** brothers
whom I discovered very recently. The second moved with her family to
France; my father lived with them >from the time he fled Vienna in 1938 until
the battle of Dunkirk in 1940; alas, I have confirmed (Klarsfeld) that all
perished at Auschwitz. The third sister (probably the oldest) and her
family may have moved to France, but they or some children may have stayed
in Hungary. No one seems to know or remember their surname.

It turns out that the wife of the younger R***** brother has cousins in Las
Vegas; they are very close, and telephone each other several times a month.
The younger R***** brother told his cousins about the letter that I had sent
to the older brother. A few weeks ago, the younger brother and his wife
traveled to Las Vegas to visit these cousins. Because I live in nearby
Tucson, I went to meet them. It was instant family!

The younger brother speaks only Hungarian; and because his wife is a
Hungarian government worker, their number is not in the telephone book for
reasons of privacy. The cousins in Las Vegas are multilingual (the wife
survived Bergen-Belsen, the husband was a partisan) and every word back and
forth had to be translated - but with such warmth and joy! My cousin hugs
just like my father did; we could not stop hugging each other. We had a
huge traditional Czechoslovakian / Hungarian dinner!

The younger brother knows little about his past, because his mother, who
died only a few years ago, could not bear to talk about her losses,
including the murders of her husband and father. His older brother, also,
finds it hard to talk about those times. The earliest memory of the brother
I met, is the occasion when Jews were herded brutally toward a ghetto in
Budapest; a soldier shoved his beloved grandfather, who could not move
"quickly enough", making him fall down, and then shot him on the spot.

When the Nazis demanded that Jews join the labor battalions, the older son
tried to convince his father that they should run away together and join the
partisans. The father said he was a WWI veteran, this was his fate, etc. -
and paid for this with his life, as did so many other decent Jews. The
older son fled, and survived as a partisan.

The younger son and his mother were saved by the extraordinary and
unforgettable heroism of Raoul Wallenberg; they lived in one of the
safe-houses till the end of WWII.

The younger son brought to Las Vegas a stack of ancient photographs; he had
found them in his mother's room after she died. She had never shown them to
him, or talked about them with him. He had planned to leave all of them
with me, so that I could photograph them and then mail them back to him.
But in the end, he could not bear to part with any that showed his father,
whom he does not remember at all. He also hung on to all the photos of his
mother. I find it very touching that he is such a devoted son.

However, he agreed to lend me photos that showed people he did not know. I
could not believe what I saw! There was a photo of my father at about 3
years old, with his mother and older sister, similar to the one SIGAL family
photo my father had been able to save. There were several photos of the two
sisters of the mother of the R***** brothers, each with spouses and / or
children. I knew who these people were, only because names on the backs of
some photos were those my father had mentioned. I was able to tell my
cousin, "This was your aunt! These were your little cousins!"

Some of the other photos showed a person or persons whose name on the back I
do not know; others provided no name or information, and I did not recognize
the person. But I found a wonderful turn-of-the-century photo of the
exquisite eldest aunt of the R***** brothers, with her three sparklingly
beautiful little children - and their first names are on the back of the
photo. Any such clue is a help in further research!

Now I must visit my cousins in Budapest, in order to meet all of them and
their families, and to see the rest of the photographs! I still have a
thousand questions, and I want to find more family. More important, we are
alive and we need to celebrate life. I must locate a person who speaks both
Hungarian and English, and with whom all of us can feel comfortable in
Budapest and / or Vienna.

I have found these relatives in large part due to the existence of JewishGen
and its various SIGs and sources of information. Thank you, also, to the
dozens of Genners and SIGgers who have helped me with all kinds of advice; I
have tried to thank each of you personally. My financial contribution will
be on its way to JewishGen.

Shana Tova to all. May we see peace in Israel and throughout the world,
this year.

Marilyn Sheridan (Miriam SIGAL)
Tucson, AZ, USA

Moderator VK: Thank you so much for sharing your story. Yet another example of why it's essential that we keep JewishGen financially healthy. Can you tell us where you found the register of Jewish survivors in Budapest? I suspect that other H-SIG subscribers would find this resource very helpful for their research.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Horrath/Horvath medallion To Moderator #hungary

Cashel44@...
 

Moderator VK: Have you suggested to Tracy that she check closely to
see whether the name might be Horvath? In that case, the victim would
have been a Hungarian and this info might help her to trace
survivors.

No, if you look at the madellion, it is deffinitely HoRRath. The name is stamped on it.

Thanx, Ley


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine List # 6 of jewish surnames from Sumy (Ukraine) #ukraine

Veniamin Tsibka <tsibka@...>
 

Dear members of conference!
The Fund "Algonica" continues to publish the list of jewish surnames,
meeting in documents of State archive Sumy area (Ukraine).

List 6.
ádministrative-territorial system:
Shostka
(Sumy province, Ukraine).

Family name:
1. Bentsinov;
2. Lembrikov;
3. Libin;
4. Litmanovich;
5. Persov;
6. Rubinson;
7. Serbin;
8. Seric (Serik);
9. Sklyar;
10. Turok;
11. Fradkin;
12. Hanik (Hanic);
13. Tsalhin;
14. Yudovich;

Wait the publications of the next list.
The Fund "álgonica" searches for interested persons, for which will execute
the selection of documents >from State archive Sumy area on jewish themes.

Respectfully yours,
Veniamin Tsibka, vice-chairman
Fund 'Algonica' Sumy, Ukraine
tsibka@...
algonica@...


List # 5 of jewish surnames from Sumy (Ukraine) #ukraine

Veniamin Tsibka <tsibka@...>
 

Dear members of conference!
The Fund "Algonica" continues to publish the list of jewish surnames,
meeting in documents of State archive Sumy area (Ukraine).

List 5.
ádministrative-territorial system:
Mena
(Sumy province, Ukraine).

Family name:
1. Bruhanskiy (Bruhansky);
2. Gushanskiy (Gushansky);
3. Kabak;
4. Pisarevskiy (Pisarevsky);
5. Potapovskiy (Potapovsky);
6. Slutskin;
7. Tsirkin;

Wait the publications of the next list.
The Fund "álgonica" searches for interested persons, for which will execute
the selection of documents >from State archive Sumy area on jewish themes.

Respectfully yours,
Veniamin Tsibka, vice-chairman
Fund 'Algonica' Sumy, Ukraine
tsibka@...
algonica@...


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine List # 5 of jewish surnames from Sumy (Ukraine) #ukraine

Veniamin Tsibka <tsibka@...>
 

Dear members of conference!
The Fund "Algonica" continues to publish the list of jewish surnames,
meeting in documents of State archive Sumy area (Ukraine).

List 5.
ádministrative-territorial system:
Mena
(Sumy province, Ukraine).

Family name:
1. Bruhanskiy (Bruhansky);
2. Gushanskiy (Gushansky);
3. Kabak;
4. Pisarevskiy (Pisarevsky);
5. Potapovskiy (Potapovsky);
6. Slutskin;
7. Tsirkin;

Wait the publications of the next list.
The Fund "álgonica" searches for interested persons, for which will execute
the selection of documents >from State archive Sumy area on jewish themes.

Respectfully yours,
Veniamin Tsibka, vice-chairman
Fund 'Algonica' Sumy, Ukraine
tsibka@...
algonica@...


List # 4 of jewish surnames from Sumy (Ukraine) #ukraine

Veniamin Tsibka <tsibka@...>
 

Dear members of conference!
The Fund "Algonica" continues to publish the list of jewish surnames,
meeting in documents of State archive Sumy area (Ukraine).

List 4.
ádministrative-territorial system:
Bahmach;
Gayvoron;
Deptovka;
Karabutovo;
Konotop;
(Sumy province, Ukraine).

Family name:
1. Azrov;
2. Bolotin;
3. Vulf;
4. Goldshtein;
5. Gurevich;
6. Darevskiy (Darevsky);
7. Dvorkin;
8. Zhezmer;
9. Zaimanovich;
10. Zarhin;
11. Kruglov;
12. Mashtaller;
13. Muzikanskiy (Muzikansky);
14. Peysahovich (Peisahovich);
15. Portnoy;
16. Psahie;
17. Strugatskiy (Strugatsky);
18. Fradkin;
19. Shapiro;
20. Yudovich;

Wait the publications of the next list.
The Fund "álgonica" searches for interested persons, for which will execute
the selection of documents >from State archive Sumy area on jewish themes.

Respectfully yours,
Veniamin Tsibka, vice-chairman
Fund 'Algonica' Sumy, Ukraine
tsibka@...
algonica@...


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine List # 4 of jewish surnames from Sumy (Ukraine) #ukraine

Veniamin Tsibka <tsibka@...>
 

Dear members of conference!
The Fund "Algonica" continues to publish the list of jewish surnames,
meeting in documents of State archive Sumy area (Ukraine).

List 4.
ádministrative-territorial system:
Bahmach;
Gayvoron;
Deptovka;
Karabutovo;
Konotop;
(Sumy province, Ukraine).

Family name:
1. Azrov;
2. Bolotin;
3. Vulf;
4. Goldshtein;
5. Gurevich;
6. Darevskiy (Darevsky);
7. Dvorkin;
8. Zhezmer;
9. Zaimanovich;
10. Zarhin;
11. Kruglov;
12. Mashtaller;
13. Muzikanskiy (Muzikansky);
14. Peysahovich (Peisahovich);
15. Portnoy;
16. Psahie;
17. Strugatskiy (Strugatsky);
18. Fradkin;
19. Shapiro;
20. Yudovich;

Wait the publications of the next list.
The Fund "álgonica" searches for interested persons, for which will execute
the selection of documents >from State archive Sumy area on jewish themes.

Respectfully yours,
Veniamin Tsibka, vice-chairman
Fund 'Algonica' Sumy, Ukraine
tsibka@...
algonica@...


List # 3 of jewish surnames from Sumy (Ukraine) #ukraine

Veniamin Tsibka <tsibka@...>
 

Dear members of conference!
The Fund "Algonica" continues to publish the list of jewish surnames,
meeting in documents of State archive Sumy area (Ukraine).

List 3.
ádministrative-territorial system:
Voronezh (Gluhov uezd);
Gluhov
(Sumy province, Ukraine).

Family name:
1. Berkov;
2. Braginskiy (Braginsky);
3. Vainer (Vayner);
4. Volovic (Volovik);
5. Dvorkin;
6. Klimovitskiy (Klimovitsky);
7. Krasovitskiy (Krasovitsky);
8. Lifshits;
9. Pismenniy (Pismenny);
10. Subich;
11. Shklovskiy (Shklovsky);

Wait the publications of the next list.
The Fund "álgonica" searches for interested persons, for which will execute
the selection of documents >from State archive Sumy area on jewish themes.

Respectfully yours,
Veniamin Tsibka, vice-chairman
Fund 'Algonica' Sumy, Ukraine
tsibka@...
algonica@...


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine List # 3 of jewish surnames from Sumy (Ukraine) #ukraine

Veniamin Tsibka <tsibka@...>
 

Dear members of conference!
The Fund "Algonica" continues to publish the list of jewish surnames,
meeting in documents of State archive Sumy area (Ukraine).

List 3.
ádministrative-territorial system:
Voronezh (Gluhov uezd);
Gluhov
(Sumy province, Ukraine).

Family name:
1. Berkov;
2. Braginskiy (Braginsky);
3. Vainer (Vayner);
4. Volovic (Volovik);
5. Dvorkin;
6. Klimovitskiy (Klimovitsky);
7. Krasovitskiy (Krasovitsky);
8. Lifshits;
9. Pismenniy (Pismenny);
10. Subich;
11. Shklovskiy (Shklovsky);

Wait the publications of the next list.
The Fund "álgonica" searches for interested persons, for which will execute
the selection of documents >from State archive Sumy area on jewish themes.

Respectfully yours,
Veniamin Tsibka, vice-chairman
Fund 'Algonica' Sumy, Ukraine
tsibka@...
algonica@...


List # 2 of jewish surnames from Sumy (Ukraine) #ukraine

Veniamin Tsibka <tsibka@...>
 

Dear members of conference!
The Fund "Algonica" continues to publish the list of jewish surnames,
meeting in documents of State archive Sumy area (Ukraine).

List 2.
ádministrative-territorial system:
Konotop;
Romny;
Seredino-Buda;
Sumy
(Sumy province, Ukraine).

Family name:
1. Bobkov;
2. Bogrov;
3. Vayner (Vainer);
4. Vilenskiy (Vilensky);
5. Volovic (Volovik);
6. Galderferb;
7. Dvorkin;
8. Dobrovinskiy (Dobrovinsky);
9. Zhitomir;
10. Zacurskiy (Zakursky);
11. Zarayskiy (Zaraysky);
12. Klimenskiy (Klimensky);
13. Korotkevich;
14. Krasovitskiy (Krasovitsky);
15. Lev;
16. Levandovskiy (Levandovsky);
17. Levitin;
18. Lidinf;
19. Lokshin;
20. Lurie;
21. Medvedev;
22. Meskin;
23. Novikovskiy (Novacovsky);
24. Osobov;
25. Osheter;
26. Parason;
27. Rutshtein;
28. Sarkin;
29. Solomkin;
30. Fentsov;
31. Frumov;
32. Tsitserskiy (Tsitsersky);
33. Shafran;
34. Shumyatskiy (Shumyatsky);
35. Ezer;

Wait the publications of the next list.

The Fund "álgonica" searches for interested persons, for which will execute
the selection of documents >from State archive Sumy area on jewish themes.

Respectfully yours,
Veniamin Tsibka, vice-chairman
Fund 'Algonica'
Sumy, Ukraine
tsibka@...
algonica@...


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine List # 2 of jewish surnames from Sumy (Ukraine) #ukraine

Veniamin Tsibka <tsibka@...>
 

Dear members of conference!
The Fund "Algonica" continues to publish the list of jewish surnames,
meeting in documents of State archive Sumy area (Ukraine).

List 2.
ádministrative-territorial system:
Konotop;
Romny;
Seredino-Buda;
Sumy
(Sumy province, Ukraine).

Family name:
1. Bobkov;
2. Bogrov;
3. Vayner (Vainer);
4. Vilenskiy (Vilensky);
5. Volovic (Volovik);
6. Galderferb;
7. Dvorkin;
8. Dobrovinskiy (Dobrovinsky);
9. Zhitomir;
10. Zacurskiy (Zakursky);
11. Zarayskiy (Zaraysky);
12. Klimenskiy (Klimensky);
13. Korotkevich;
14. Krasovitskiy (Krasovitsky);
15. Lev;
16. Levandovskiy (Levandovsky);
17. Levitin;
18. Lidinf;
19. Lokshin;
20. Lurie;
21. Medvedev;
22. Meskin;
23. Novikovskiy (Novacovsky);
24. Osobov;
25. Osheter;
26. Parason;
27. Rutshtein;
28. Sarkin;
29. Solomkin;
30. Fentsov;
31. Frumov;
32. Tsitserskiy (Tsitsersky);
33. Shafran;
34. Shumyatskiy (Shumyatsky);
35. Ezer;

Wait the publications of the next list.

The Fund "álgonica" searches for interested persons, for which will execute
the selection of documents >from State archive Sumy area on jewish themes.

Respectfully yours,
Veniamin Tsibka, vice-chairman
Fund 'Algonica'
Sumy, Ukraine
tsibka@...
algonica@...


Jews from Brailov (Brayiliv, Brailiv) #ukraine

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Does anyone out there have any information on this town? I am researching
my ROISMAN family who came >from Brailov before WWI.

Thanks,
Roslyn Patchi,
Los Angeles

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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Jews from Brailov (Brayiliv, Brailiv) #ukraine

spealla@...
 

Does anyone out there have any information on this town? I am researching
my ROISMAN family who came >from Brailov before WWI.

Thanks,
Roslyn Patchi,
Los Angeles

ROISMAN REISMAN SCHECHTMAN


JewishGen Needs You #ukraine

FREYAB@...
 

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To continue as a public service institution, JewishGen has launched the
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and software applications for improved databases scheduled to begin going
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other sources waiting to be made available to us!

Our group is currently working on several projects and the costs of
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The financial support of each and every one of us is needed if JewishGen
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Give what you can afford, be it $25, the suggested annual minimum, or $100
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Please go now to http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenerosity/contribute.ihtml.
With your permission, your name will be listed on a special 2002 Annual
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On behalf of JewishGen, our Coordinator Florence Elman, my Co-Moderator
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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine JewishGen Needs You #ukraine

FREYAB@...
 

Dear Friends:

As we prepare to celebrate the New Year please take a moment to consider
that JewishGen provides us with the vital source for our ongoing
genealogical research. JewishGen is still one of the only free
genealogical sites-free to us, but not free to JewishGen who must bear the
monthly expense of providing all the resources we use daily without a
second thought. These are costs that must be met to overcome the current
shortfall.

To continue as a public service institution, JewishGen has launched the
first Annual New Year Donor Appeal. The goal is to raise $300,000 to
carry us through to the end of 2002 and to acquire the necessary hardware
and software applications for improved databases scheduled to begin going
online by October. There are two million records >from Yad Vashem and
other sources waiting to be made available to us!

Our group is currently working on several projects and the costs of
preparing and keeping them available on line must be met before they are
added to the JewishGen servers.

The financial support of each and every one of us is needed if JewishGen
is to continue as the only free site for Jewish genealogical research.
Give what you can afford, be it $25, the suggested annual minimum, or $100
(or more) which will enroll you in the JGFFAlert. This is a system that
informs you via immediate e-mail if another researcher enters data into
the JGFF that has the potential of linking to your family names.

Please go now to http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenerosity/contribute.ihtml.
With your permission, your name will be listed on a special 2002 Annual
New Year Donor Appeal recognition site. We are asking that all our users
make a donation to the very best of their financial ability. Consider
scheduling a monthly deduction >from your credit card if this works best
for you.

On behalf of JewishGen, our Coordinator Florence Elman, my Co-Moderator
JoAnne Vanett, our UkraineSIG sends our very best wishes for a healthy,
happy and peaceful New Year. L'Shana Tova.

Co-Moderator,
Freya Blitstein Maslov