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Visiting Theresienstadt #austria-czech

Daniel Kester <djkester@...>
 

I will be visiting Theresienstadt in a couple of days. Any advice?
Specifically: Travel info: how best to get there >from Prague (train?),
when to go (open weekends?), what specifically to see, how long to
spend there, etc.

Also: finding family information. I had three g-grandparents who died
there, plus 2 grandparents who passed through it. Is there a place there
to find info on them?

Thank you.

Daniel Kester
Buffalo, NY, USA
djkester@adelphia.net


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Visiting Theresienstadt #austria-czech

Daniel Kester <djkester@...>
 

I will be visiting Theresienstadt in a couple of days. Any advice?
Specifically: Travel info: how best to get there >from Prague (train?),
when to go (open weekends?), what specifically to see, how long to
spend there, etc.

Also: finding family information. I had three g-grandparents who died
there, plus 2 grandparents who passed through it. Is there a place there
to find info on them?

Thank you.

Daniel Kester
Buffalo, NY, USA
djkester@adelphia.net


Information in Kamionka Strumilowa marriage records -1871 #galicia

Yossi Mund <pymund@...>
 

I am researching an ancestor who lived and was married in 1871 in
Kamionka Strumilowa. I want to learn the names of her parents. I have
seen the index of her marriage record in the JRI database, but the
names of the parents of the bride and groom are not listed. Does anyone
know if the original records for that period would have such
information? I would like to know if it is worth ordering.

P. Y. Mund
pymund@yahoo.ca


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Information in Kamionka Strumilowa marriage records -1871 #galicia

Yossi Mund <pymund@...>
 

I am researching an ancestor who lived and was married in 1871 in
Kamionka Strumilowa. I want to learn the names of her parents. I have
seen the index of her marriage record in the JRI database, but the
names of the parents of the bride and groom are not listed. Does anyone
know if the original records for that period would have such
information? I would like to know if it is worth ordering.

P. Y. Mund
pymund@yahoo.ca


Films at the IAJGS Conference #galicia

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

This year's IAJGS conference in New York City is hosting what could easily
be called "a mini Jewish film festival," with an unprecedented number of
films and videos -- 24 in all-- the largest number ever screened at one
genealogical conference!

These films will begin on Sunday, August 13th at 12N and continue through
Thursday, August 17th. Weekday films will start at 8AM, and many evening
screenings are planned. The schedule is available on the conference website.
The screenings, held in the fourth floor Ziegfield Room will also be open to
conference attendees' families, companions and spouses.

Included are two Academy Award-winning best documentary features: "The Last
Days," produced by Steven Spielberg and the Shoah Foundation and "Into the
Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kinderstransport," and one Emmy Award
winner, "The Attic: The Hiding of Ann Frank," with Mary Steenburgen and
Paul Scofield.

Other films will cover the Jewish experience in Austria ("Watermarks" and
"In Vienna They Put You in Jail"), Lithuania ("My Grandfather's House,"
"Kupishok: Unto Each Name a Person"), Poland ("Hiding and Seeking: Faith and
Tolerance After the Holocaust," "Image Before My Eyes," "Luboml: My Heart
Remembers," "Chaim Rumkowski and the Jews of Lodz"), Latvia ("My Jewish
Grandfather"), Hungary ("The Last Days," "Divan," "Paradise Lost: Journey
to Vaja"), Slovakia ("Dancing With My Father"), Transcarpathia ("Carpati: 50
Miles, 50 Years), Galicia ("The Last Klezmer," "I Remember Jewish
Drohobycz"), France ("Poumy"), Russia/Siberia (L'Chayim, Comrade Stalin"),
Israel and several middle eastern countries (The Forgotten Refugees.)

There will be films dealing with the Holocaust and concentration camp
experiences ("Voices of the Children" on Terezin, "The Final Days" on
Auschwitz), Jews in the resistance movement ("Poumy"), and man on
life-affirming topics, such as making peace with the past by returning to
one's ancestral shtetl ("Divan," "Journey to Vaja," "Luboml," "Hiding and
Seeking,") and dedicating memorials to vanished Eastern European communities
("Kupishok.")

United States subjects will also be tackled -- the experience of growing up
in New York City's Hebrew Orphan Asylum ("Bernie") and life in the Jewish
communities in Boro Park, Brooklyn ("Hiding and Seeking"), Cleveland, Ohio
("Dancing With My Father"), Portland, Oregon ("In Vienna They Put You in
Jail"), and the history of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles
("Genealogy Anyone? Twenty-Five Years in the Life of the JGSLA.") Many of
these films will be shown twice, and several will be introduced by the
filmmakers themselves.

Special evening program: "Visual Storytelling: The Genealogical Documentary"
- Wed. Aug. 16th

Eight filmmakers: Eileen Douglas and Ron Steinman ("My Grandfather's House,"
"Luboml"), Pearl Gluck ("Divan"), Menachem Daum ("Hiding and Seeking"),
Yaron Zilberman ("Watermarks") and Elaine Kalman Naves ("Paradise Lost:
Journey to Vaja"), Jay Heyman ("Bernie"), and Marcia Rock ("Dancing With My
Father") will be on the program "Visual Storytelling: The Genealogical
Documentary" on Wednesday, August 16th at 7:30PM to discuss their films and
the filmmaking process, including how to unearth memories and discover “the
truth” about your family's history, turning it into a work of art. They’ll
illustrate — in clips >from their films -- the creative process and elaborate
on the nuts and bolts of filmmaking.

For those of you unable to attend the conference, but interested in learning
more about these films, detailed information is available on the conference
website:

http://www.jgsny2006.org/conference_program.cfm

Just scroll down to a film title and click on the title. These should be of
great interest to Jewish Genealogical Societies, as they make excellent
programs. Most of these will be for sale at the conference. I will profile,
in greater depth, several films each day on the conference online list at :

ny2006@lyris.jewishgen.org

If you need more specific information, please feel free to contact me
privately. Remember that the entire schedule is available online.

Pamela Weisberger
IAJGS 2006 Film Co-Coordinator
pweisberger@hotmail.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Films at the IAJGS Conference #galicia

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

This year's IAJGS conference in New York City is hosting what could easily
be called "a mini Jewish film festival," with an unprecedented number of
films and videos -- 24 in all-- the largest number ever screened at one
genealogical conference!

These films will begin on Sunday, August 13th at 12N and continue through
Thursday, August 17th. Weekday films will start at 8AM, and many evening
screenings are planned. The schedule is available on the conference website.
The screenings, held in the fourth floor Ziegfield Room will also be open to
conference attendees' families, companions and spouses.

Included are two Academy Award-winning best documentary features: "The Last
Days," produced by Steven Spielberg and the Shoah Foundation and "Into the
Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kinderstransport," and one Emmy Award
winner, "The Attic: The Hiding of Ann Frank," with Mary Steenburgen and
Paul Scofield.

Other films will cover the Jewish experience in Austria ("Watermarks" and
"In Vienna They Put You in Jail"), Lithuania ("My Grandfather's House,"
"Kupishok: Unto Each Name a Person"), Poland ("Hiding and Seeking: Faith and
Tolerance After the Holocaust," "Image Before My Eyes," "Luboml: My Heart
Remembers," "Chaim Rumkowski and the Jews of Lodz"), Latvia ("My Jewish
Grandfather"), Hungary ("The Last Days," "Divan," "Paradise Lost: Journey
to Vaja"), Slovakia ("Dancing With My Father"), Transcarpathia ("Carpati: 50
Miles, 50 Years), Galicia ("The Last Klezmer," "I Remember Jewish
Drohobycz"), France ("Poumy"), Russia/Siberia (L'Chayim, Comrade Stalin"),
Israel and several middle eastern countries (The Forgotten Refugees.)

There will be films dealing with the Holocaust and concentration camp
experiences ("Voices of the Children" on Terezin, "The Final Days" on
Auschwitz), Jews in the resistance movement ("Poumy"), and man on
life-affirming topics, such as making peace with the past by returning to
one's ancestral shtetl ("Divan," "Journey to Vaja," "Luboml," "Hiding and
Seeking,") and dedicating memorials to vanished Eastern European communities
("Kupishok.")

United States subjects will also be tackled -- the experience of growing up
in New York City's Hebrew Orphan Asylum ("Bernie") and life in the Jewish
communities in Boro Park, Brooklyn ("Hiding and Seeking"), Cleveland, Ohio
("Dancing With My Father"), Portland, Oregon ("In Vienna They Put You in
Jail"), and the history of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles
("Genealogy Anyone? Twenty-Five Years in the Life of the JGSLA.") Many of
these films will be shown twice, and several will be introduced by the
filmmakers themselves.

Special evening program: "Visual Storytelling: The Genealogical Documentary"
- Wed. Aug. 16th

Eight filmmakers: Eileen Douglas and Ron Steinman ("My Grandfather's House,"
"Luboml"), Pearl Gluck ("Divan"), Menachem Daum ("Hiding and Seeking"),
Yaron Zilberman ("Watermarks") and Elaine Kalman Naves ("Paradise Lost:
Journey to Vaja"), Jay Heyman ("Bernie"), and Marcia Rock ("Dancing With My
Father") will be on the program "Visual Storytelling: The Genealogical
Documentary" on Wednesday, August 16th at 7:30PM to discuss their films and
the filmmaking process, including how to unearth memories and discover “the
truth” about your family's history, turning it into a work of art. They’ll
illustrate — in clips >from their films -- the creative process and elaborate
on the nuts and bolts of filmmaking.

For those of you unable to attend the conference, but interested in learning
more about these films, detailed information is available on the conference
website:

http://www.jgsny2006.org/conference_program.cfm

Just scroll down to a film title and click on the title. These should be of
great interest to Jewish Genealogical Societies, as they make excellent
programs. Most of these will be for sale at the conference. I will profile,
in greater depth, several films each day on the conference online list at :

ny2006@lyris.jewishgen.org

If you need more specific information, please feel free to contact me
privately. Remember that the entire schedule is available online.

Pamela Weisberger
IAJGS 2006 Film Co-Coordinator
pweisberger@hotmail.com


JGSWS Special Summer Event with Alex Dunai - Aug 7 #ukraine

solsylvan <sksylvan@...>
 

Subject: JGSWS Special Summer Event with Alex Dunai - Aug. 7


Jewish Genealogical Society of Washington State
presents a special summer event . . .

Heritage Travel and Research
in Ukraine and Beyond with Alex Dunai

Monday, August 7, 2006, 7:00 PM
Activities Room, JCC, Mercer Island, WA

This is a must-see event for anyone interested in Eastern European
genealogy and travel, especially in Ukraine, Poland, Belarus, Slovakia,
Romania and Hungary. Alex will provide a general introduction to
genealogical research in these regions, and then he'll answer questions
from the audience.
About Our Speaker

Alexander Dunai resides in Lviv/Lwow/Lemberg, Ukraine. After graduating
from the Lviv State University in 1992 with a degree in history, he
worked for the government-sponsored International Center for Education,
Science and Culture in Lviv.

Alex has worked as a professional genealogical researcher since 1996. He
combines his professional interest in genealogy with his knowledge of
Jewish life in East Central Europe to guide genealogists and travelers
in their quest to connect historically with their ancestors. Due to
consistently high performance reviews by his research clients, he was
invited by JewishGen to be their official liaison for the Western
Ukraine ShtetlShlepper program and has been a JewishGen partner in this
project since 1998. Fluent in English, Russian, Polish, and Ukrainian,
with a smattering of German and Latin — just enough for genealogy
purposes — Alex’s research and roots tours for clients have taken him to
archives, civil registry offices, towns, museums and institutions
throughout Ukraine, Poland, Belarus, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary. His
close ties to the Lviv Historical Archive, and his knowledge of the
labyrinthian bureaucratic systems in Ukraine, enhance his ability to
negotiate entry to these institutions even under the most extraordinary
circumstances.

Among his contributions to Jewish genealogy are his discovery and
translation of the official KGB martyrs' lists for Galician Jewish
victims of World War II and documentation of Galician Jewish records
held in the Lviv Archive. Alex also works as a consultant to attorneys
in Lviv and as an agent and partner in Ukraine for British title
research company.

PAST TALKS:

International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS)
Conference, Washington DC, July 2003

Research in the Transcarpathian Region of Ukraine: Expectations and
Challenges

Please join us. Bring a friend!


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine JGSWS Special Summer Event with Alex Dunai - Aug 7 #ukraine

solsylvan <sksylvan@...>
 

Subject: JGSWS Special Summer Event with Alex Dunai - Aug. 7


Jewish Genealogical Society of Washington State
presents a special summer event . . .

Heritage Travel and Research
in Ukraine and Beyond with Alex Dunai

Monday, August 7, 2006, 7:00 PM
Activities Room, JCC, Mercer Island, WA

This is a must-see event for anyone interested in Eastern European
genealogy and travel, especially in Ukraine, Poland, Belarus, Slovakia,
Romania and Hungary. Alex will provide a general introduction to
genealogical research in these regions, and then he'll answer questions
from the audience.
About Our Speaker

Alexander Dunai resides in Lviv/Lwow/Lemberg, Ukraine. After graduating
from the Lviv State University in 1992 with a degree in history, he
worked for the government-sponsored International Center for Education,
Science and Culture in Lviv.

Alex has worked as a professional genealogical researcher since 1996. He
combines his professional interest in genealogy with his knowledge of
Jewish life in East Central Europe to guide genealogists and travelers
in their quest to connect historically with their ancestors. Due to
consistently high performance reviews by his research clients, he was
invited by JewishGen to be their official liaison for the Western
Ukraine ShtetlShlepper program and has been a JewishGen partner in this
project since 1998. Fluent in English, Russian, Polish, and Ukrainian,
with a smattering of German and Latin — just enough for genealogy
purposes — Alex’s research and roots tours for clients have taken him to
archives, civil registry offices, towns, museums and institutions
throughout Ukraine, Poland, Belarus, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary. His
close ties to the Lviv Historical Archive, and his knowledge of the
labyrinthian bureaucratic systems in Ukraine, enhance his ability to
negotiate entry to these institutions even under the most extraordinary
circumstances.

Among his contributions to Jewish genealogy are his discovery and
translation of the official KGB martyrs' lists for Galician Jewish
victims of World War II and documentation of Galician Jewish records
held in the Lviv Archive. Alex also works as a consultant to attorneys
in Lviv and as an agent and partner in Ukraine for British title
research company.

PAST TALKS:

International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS)
Conference, Washington DC, July 2003

Research in the Transcarpathian Region of Ukraine: Expectations and
Challenges

Please join us. Bring a friend!


Schinane #ukraine

Albert Singer <al2chris@...>
 

Alex offered to try to identify locations and I have been looking for
this one apparently listed on emigration form >from where my gf Benjamin
Singer came in 1880 on the SS Weiland >from Hamburg. It is Schinane.
Any help would be appreciated.

al singer
schenectady NY


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Schinane #ukraine

Albert Singer <al2chris@...>
 

Alex offered to try to identify locations and I have been looking for
this one apparently listed on emigration form >from where my gf Benjamin
Singer came in 1880 on the SS Weiland >from Hamburg. It is Schinane.
Any help would be appreciated.

al singer
schenectady NY


Re: Town Location #hungary

Peg and Al Rosenfield <alanpeg@...>
 

I looked up Kamensky in Wikipedia. They list six districts named Kamensky.
My gr-grandfather FINESTONE reported on the 1900 census that he came form
Volhynia, which is a region, and I had to look deeper to find which town -
it turned out to be Zhitomir.

Al Rosenfield
Columbus Ohio

From: "nsolat" <nsolat@comcast.net>
Subject: [ukraine] Town Location

I recently learned that my ggf came >from KAMENSKY, but I don't seem to be
able to locate it. Does anyone have a knowledge of that town. My ggf's
name was BYALILOVSKY.

Thank you,

Norm Solat


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Town Location #ukraine

Peg and Al Rosenfield <alanpeg@...>
 

I looked up Kamensky in Wikipedia. They list six districts named Kamensky.
My gr-grandfather FINESTONE reported on the 1900 census that he came form
Volhynia, which is a region, and I had to look deeper to find which town -
it turned out to be Zhitomir.

Al Rosenfield
Columbus Ohio

From: "nsolat" <nsolat@comcast.net>
Subject: [ukraine] Town Location

I recently learned that my ggf came >from KAMENSKY, but I don't seem to be
able to locate it. Does anyone have a knowledge of that town. My ggf's
name was BYALILOVSKY.

Thank you,

Norm Solat


Re: Help request for Pittsburgh cemetery #germany

Harriet Hoffman
 

My cousins and I believe that our GG parents are buried in Beth Hamedrash
Hagodol-Beth Jacob Congregation's cemetery in Pittsburgh. Our requests
(multiple) of Rabbi Savage, his staff and cemetery caretaker to obtain some
photos of the tombstones, with offers to pay for service, have not been
forthcoming.
A year has passed, with more excuses yesterday, and so we hope that someone
living in this area might help us.

Contact information for the synagogue (I believe it is Orthodox) is:
Beth Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob Congregation
Rabbi Savage
1230 Colwell Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
412-471-4443
The following are the cemetery locations for:
Rose Chernoff: Death Date, 4/20/1929 (80 years old)
Plot: Section E, Row 4, Lot 48
Isaac Chernoff: Death Date: 7/26/1910 (57 years old)
Plot: Section E, Row 4, Lot 47
Esther E. Chernoff: Death Date, 1/21/1906 (6 years old)
Plot: Section E. Row 7, Lot 111"

Please contact me directly,

Harriet Hoffman
Honolulu, HI
Hart4specs@aol.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: Help request for Pittsburgh cemetery #ukraine

Harriet Hoffman
 

My cousins and I believe that our GG parents are buried in Beth Hamedrash
Hagodol-Beth Jacob Congregation's cemetery in Pittsburgh. Our requests
(multiple) of Rabbi Savage, his staff and cemetery caretaker to obtain some
photos of the tombstones, with offers to pay for service, have not been
forthcoming.
A year has passed, with more excuses yesterday, and so we hope that someone
living in this area might help us.

Contact information for the synagogue (I believe it is Orthodox) is:
Beth Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob Congregation
Rabbi Savage
1230 Colwell Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
412-471-4443
The following are the cemetery locations for:
Rose Chernoff: Death Date, 4/20/1929 (80 years old)
Plot: Section E, Row 4, Lot 48
Isaac Chernoff: Death Date: 7/26/1910 (57 years old)
Plot: Section E, Row 4, Lot 47
Esther E. Chernoff: Death Date, 1/21/1906 (6 years old)
Plot: Section E. Row 7, Lot 111"

Please contact me directly,

Harriet Hoffman
Honolulu, HI
Hart4specs@aol.com


Brogin/Bragin, Minsk #general

Gladys Paulin <paulin@...>
 

All,

"Saul Goldstone" saul@goldino.net wrote:
Some of my research shows ancestors >from Brogin or Bragin, Minsk.
I cannot find either Brogin or Bragin in my atlas ...... ???
Bragin, also spelled Brahin, was in the southeastern corner of Minsk
guberniya. According to WOWW revised edition it is at 51-47/30-16 and 88km
southwest of Homyel (Gomel). It was in Rechitsa uezd at the beginning of the
20th century and today it is in Gomel Oblast.

My FRIEDMAN family is >from Bragin and also a collateral MINOVICH family.

Gladys

Gladys Friedman Paulin, CG
Winter Springs, FL

Editor "OnBoard the Newsletter of the Board for Certification of Genealogists"
CG, Certified Genealogist, is a Service Mark of the Board for Certification
of Genealogists and is used under license by Board-certified persons who
meet program standards and periodic rigorous evaluations.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Brogin/Bragin, Minsk #general

Gladys Paulin <paulin@...>
 

All,

"Saul Goldstone" saul@goldino.net wrote:
Some of my research shows ancestors >from Brogin or Bragin, Minsk.
I cannot find either Brogin or Bragin in my atlas ...... ???
Bragin, also spelled Brahin, was in the southeastern corner of Minsk
guberniya. According to WOWW revised edition it is at 51-47/30-16 and 88km
southwest of Homyel (Gomel). It was in Rechitsa uezd at the beginning of the
20th century and today it is in Gomel Oblast.

My FRIEDMAN family is >from Bragin and also a collateral MINOVICH family.

Gladys

Gladys Friedman Paulin, CG
Winter Springs, FL

Editor "OnBoard the Newsletter of the Board for Certification of Genealogists"
CG, Certified Genealogist, is a Service Mark of the Board for Certification
of Genealogists and is used under license by Board-certified persons who
meet program standards and periodic rigorous evaluations.


New search request FISCHER arrival in USA in 1879 #general

Jenni Hymoff Koeppel
 

Hello again fellow genners:

A recently found "half fourth cousin" just told me that she was told by her
grandmother that "The story was that the Kadetsky name wasn't really their
name, and it was Fischer and they were Litvaks, meaning (to her), variously,
that they were >from Lithuania or Belorus. But who knows!"
I've searched on Castle Garden without any hits and do not have access to
any other online sites >from Spain.

The details as I know them are that Abraham and his wife Scillia or Celia
arrived in the US in 1879 with his sister Adeline and possibly (maybe their
mother) Rose and Pauline (information based on census data obtained). They
settled in the Boston area and have been known since then as Kadetsky and
are all accounted for.

We've been looking for Kadetsky and several generous Genners checked that
surname all over the Internet, so please don't devote any time to doing that
again, let's just see if FISCHER produces any luck for arrivals of that
family group around that date.

Suggestions are welcome: I'm trying to find out where in Poland (or
wherever) they came >from to go back at least one more generation in Europe,
and exactly when they came over.

Thanks again for all your help!

Cheers,

Jenni Hymoff
Canary Islands, Spain
researching HYMOFF and KADETSKY/FISCHER >from Poland
REDLER and KRAVETSKY >from Ukraine and Belorus


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New search request FISCHER arrival in USA in 1879 #general

Jenni Hymoff Koeppel
 

Hello again fellow genners:

A recently found "half fourth cousin" just told me that she was told by her
grandmother that "The story was that the Kadetsky name wasn't really their
name, and it was Fischer and they were Litvaks, meaning (to her), variously,
that they were >from Lithuania or Belorus. But who knows!"
I've searched on Castle Garden without any hits and do not have access to
any other online sites >from Spain.

The details as I know them are that Abraham and his wife Scillia or Celia
arrived in the US in 1879 with his sister Adeline and possibly (maybe their
mother) Rose and Pauline (information based on census data obtained). They
settled in the Boston area and have been known since then as Kadetsky and
are all accounted for.

We've been looking for Kadetsky and several generous Genners checked that
surname all over the Internet, so please don't devote any time to doing that
again, let's just see if FISCHER produces any luck for arrivals of that
family group around that date.

Suggestions are welcome: I'm trying to find out where in Poland (or
wherever) they came >from to go back at least one more generation in Europe,
and exactly when they came over.

Thanks again for all your help!

Cheers,

Jenni Hymoff
Canary Islands, Spain
researching HYMOFF and KADETSKY/FISCHER >from Poland
REDLER and KRAVETSKY >from Ukraine and Belorus


Viewmate images #unitedkingdom

Stan Rose <stan@...>
 

The two photographs I have posted on Viewmate are of the person I I believe
to be Manny Goldberg. These were taken in the UK at Clacton-on-Sea in 1937.

I will appreciate contact >from anyone who may recognise him.

The files are VM8219 and VM8220

and are located at:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8219
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8220

Please reply directly to me at stan@stanrosefamily.com and many thanks for
your help.

Stan Rose.
Bucks, UK.
********************
Searching:
HORNE, COLLIER, ROSENBERG, KOSKA (KRASKA), WICKS, WIX, GOLDBERG, HERMAN,
SIEGLER, MAZZIER, AMSTER.


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Viewmate images #unitedkingdom

Stan Rose <stan@...>
 

The two photographs I have posted on Viewmate are of the person I I believe
to be Manny Goldberg. These were taken in the UK at Clacton-on-Sea in 1937.

I will appreciate contact >from anyone who may recognise him.

The files are VM8219 and VM8220

and are located at:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8219
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8220

Please reply directly to me at stan@stanrosefamily.com and many thanks for
your help.

Stan Rose.
Bucks, UK.
********************
Searching:
HORNE, COLLIER, ROSENBERG, KOSKA (KRASKA), WICKS, WIX, GOLDBERG, HERMAN,
SIEGLER, MAZZIER, AMSTER.