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CAHJP fundraising info #germany #poland #danzig #gdansk

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Dear Danzig researchers,

Below are additional details about the Danzig files at the Central Archives
for the History of the Jewish People (CAHJP) for the indexing of which we
are raising funds. This represents only a small part of CAHJP's Danzig
collection, and will be our first foray into this apparently largely
untapped (by genealogists) resource.

Da/2056: Altschottland; cemetery register 1720(!)-1874; 232 pages; Hebrew
and German; must be microfilmed because of condition and age

Da/754: Altschottland; burial register 1838-1846; 10 pages in a large
format; German; can be xeroxed

Da/862: Langfuhr; lists members of Chevra Kadisha, minutes and accounts, and
maybe deaths 1765-1849; 50 pages; Hebrew; must be microfilmed

Da/286: Mattenbuden; birth register 1832-1846; 20 pages; German; must be
microfilmed

Da/305: Mattenbuden; memorbuch 1826-1883; 40 pages; Hebrew and German; can
be xeroxed

Da/1598: Weinberg; list of members 1817-1881; about 52 pages in a very large
format; German; can be xeroxed

Da/685: Breitgasse; memorbuch 1845-1903; about 10 pages; Hebrew; can be
xeroxed

Note that all five of the communities are represented in this first batch of
CAHJP files. This should help researchers determine to which of the
communities their relatives belonged.

Our fundraising target of $438 covers all of the expenses needed for us to
receive digitized copies of this material, which can be distributed by email
to SIG volunteers for indexing. This project cannot proceed unless it is
funded -
to contribute, please visit:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=31

However, our complementary FHL microfilm indexing project does NOT
require any funding and has already begun. The more volunteer indexers we
have for that project, the quicker it will proceed. Further information
about both projects can be found in the Projects section of our SIG website.

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland CAHJP fundraising info #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Dear Danzig researchers,

Below are additional details about the Danzig files at the Central Archives
for the History of the Jewish People (CAHJP) for the indexing of which we
are raising funds. This represents only a small part of CAHJP's Danzig
collection, and will be our first foray into this apparently largely
untapped (by genealogists) resource.

Da/2056: Altschottland; cemetery register 1720(!)-1874; 232 pages; Hebrew
and German; must be microfilmed because of condition and age

Da/754: Altschottland; burial register 1838-1846; 10 pages in a large
format; German; can be xeroxed

Da/862: Langfuhr; lists members of Chevra Kadisha, minutes and accounts, and
maybe deaths 1765-1849; 50 pages; Hebrew; must be microfilmed

Da/286: Mattenbuden; birth register 1832-1846; 20 pages; German; must be
microfilmed

Da/305: Mattenbuden; memorbuch 1826-1883; 40 pages; Hebrew and German; can
be xeroxed

Da/1598: Weinberg; list of members 1817-1881; about 52 pages in a very large
format; German; can be xeroxed

Da/685: Breitgasse; memorbuch 1845-1903; about 10 pages; Hebrew; can be
xeroxed

Note that all five of the communities are represented in this first batch of
CAHJP files. This should help researchers determine to which of the
communities their relatives belonged.

Our fundraising target of $438 covers all of the expenses needed for us to
receive digitized copies of this material, which can be distributed by email
to SIG volunteers for indexing. This project cannot proceed unless it is
funded -
to contribute, please visit:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=31

However, our complementary FHL microfilm indexing project does NOT
require any funding and has already begun. The more volunteer indexers we
have for that project, the quicker it will proceed. Further information
about both projects can be found in the Projects section of our SIG website.

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu


Searching a Brooklyn 1930's directory/census for Krakow Immigrant #galicia

Aldro . <aldro3@...>
 

I would be grateful for suggestions what Brooklyn census or resident
directories or phone books or other listings may be available to check for
my relative H. ROTH, originally >from Krakow via Berlin but last documented
in Brooklyn in the 1930's

Many thanks
Alan Roth
London, UK
aldro3@hotmail.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Searching a Brooklyn 1930's directory/census for Krakow Immigrant #galicia

Aldro . <aldro3@...>
 

I would be grateful for suggestions what Brooklyn census or resident
directories or phone books or other listings may be available to check for
my relative H. ROTH, originally >from Krakow via Berlin but last documented
in Brooklyn in the 1930's

Many thanks
Alan Roth
London, UK
aldro3@hotmail.com


Pultusk BOF #poland

Mir Laska <mirlaska@...>
 

Researchers of Pultusk and areas near Pultusk who
are attending the New York Conference in August,
we invite you to meet on Monday, August 14 at
12:30 at the 8th Floor Lounge. We will meet at
the section called the Broadway Lounge, by the
windows overlooking Times Square. Coffee and
lunch can be purchased there. This will give us
an opportunity to meet each other and share
information regarding our research.

Mir Laska


JRI Poland #Poland Pultusk BOF #poland

Mir Laska <mirlaska@...>
 

Researchers of Pultusk and areas near Pultusk who
are attending the New York Conference in August,
we invite you to meet on Monday, August 14 at
12:30 at the 8th Floor Lounge. We will meet at
the section called the Broadway Lounge, by the
windows overlooking Times Square. Coffee and
lunch can be purchased there. This will give us
an opportunity to meet each other and share
information regarding our research.

Mir Laska


PLOTZKER SECTION NY MT ZION CEMETERY...I HAVE GRAVE STONE PICTURES #poland

Joan Parker <joanparker@...>
 

A wonderful friend of mine, Jim Vaughn, went to Mt. Zion to take photos for
me of about five gravestones. While there, this wonderful friend decided to
take many more, so here is the list of the Mt. Zion, NY Plotzer Society
picutres I have. I will be happy to EMAIL it to you. Although he thought
he got them all, it is not the case, unfortunately. Of the 165 listed in
the Mt Zion database, I marked the ones I had with *** in order to set them
apart and put in this list.

He also included a picture of the Plotzker Gate erected in 1906 with ALL the
leadership names inscribed.

The list of 165 names is too long to send, but if you want I will email it
to you as an attachment. For now, this is the list of pictures I have.

Joan Parker, Immediate Past President
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.
joanparker@intergate.com

Searching: GOLDBERG, GOODSTEIN, BERGER-Plock, Poland/Russia; Bronx and
Brooklyn, NY; PINKUS, WINOGRAD, ROSEN-Brest, Litovsk; Grodno, Russia;
Bronx and Brooklyn, NY; WEISS-Brooklyn, NY; NEIBERG-Brooklyn, NY; DEL PINO
-Brooklyn, NY; KATZ, GELFAND-Minsk, Belarus; Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami
Beach, FL.


BERMAN, RACHEL3R 1/1/1932 ***
BLOCK, BLUME3R 6/1/1900 *** partially behind Rose Goldstein
BORNSTEIN, ESTHER3R 5/1/1939 *** there is another Bornstein stone but
badly weathered-unreadable
DOMB, DORA3R 11/1/1919 ***
FRIEDMAN, GUSSIE3R 11/1/1923 ***
GOLDBERG, DAVID MEYER 175-3R 12/11/1935 ***
GOLDBERG, LEO175-3R 8/1/1910 ***
GOLDBERG, REBECCA 175-3R 12/23/1943 ***
GOLDMAN, CHARLES 3R 5/1/1940 ***
GOLDSTEIN, DORA 3R 10/1/1966 ***
GOLDSTEIN, JOSEPH 3R 4/1/1975 ***
GOLDSTEIN, ROSE175-3R- 3 4/8/1917 ***
GOODSTEIN, RACHEL 7/26/1915 *** not originally on this list, name added by
Joan Parker
GOODSTEIN, SIMON 9/27/13 *** not originally on this list, name added by
Joan Parker
GROSS, MORRIS3R 7/1/1946 ***
GROSS, SARAH3R 9/1/1964 ***
HEYMAN, SAMUEL3R 2/1/1927 *** partially behind Jacob Perek
KAUFMAN, ESTHER175-3R 9/19/1938 ***
KAUFMAN, FRANCES175-3R 1/11/1983 *** shown only as Frances, but date
matches
KAUFMAN, SAM175-3R 10/12/1928 ***
LEVENTHAL, ALLEN175-3R 8/31/1958 *** wife of Jean
LEVINE, BECKY3R 7/1/1957 ***
LEVINE, MORRIS3R 6/1/1967 ***
MAKOWER, EVE3R 8/8/1916 ***
MASS, JACOB3R 12/15/1937 ***
MASS, RIVA3R 12/1/1914 *** partially in the background of Martha Roberts
MIOLLA, BLANCHE SUSAN 000-175-3R-0000 12/5/1969 *** just the name Blanche
Susan
PEREK, JACOB3R 4/29/1937 *** behind this stone is a partial Samuel Heyman
RADGIFF *** Stone marker with only the name
ROBERTS, MARTHA3R 6/11/1918 ***
STURMAN, CECELY175-3R 11/25/1977 ***
STURMAN, JACOB N.175-3R- 2 6/8/1937 ***
STURMAN, LILLIAN175-3R- 10 12/26/1954 ***
WEINOUMAN, BESSIE175-3R-8 3/18/1919 ***
WOLF, FLORA175-3R-6W 5/10/1918 ***
WOLLMAN, AMELIA175-3R-02 1/19/1917 ***
ZALKA, ANNA175-3R-4 10/12/1917 ***

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


JRI Poland #Poland PLOTZKER SECTION NY MT ZION CEMETERY...I HAVE GRAVE STONE PICTURES #poland

Joan Parker <joanparker@...>
 

A wonderful friend of mine, Jim Vaughn, went to Mt. Zion to take photos for
me of about five gravestones. While there, this wonderful friend decided to
take many more, so here is the list of the Mt. Zion, NY Plotzer Society
picutres I have. I will be happy to EMAIL it to you. Although he thought
he got them all, it is not the case, unfortunately. Of the 165 listed in
the Mt Zion database, I marked the ones I had with *** in order to set them
apart and put in this list.

He also included a picture of the Plotzker Gate erected in 1906 with ALL the
leadership names inscribed.

The list of 165 names is too long to send, but if you want I will email it
to you as an attachment. For now, this is the list of pictures I have.

Joan Parker, Immediate Past President
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.
joanparker@intergate.com

Searching: GOLDBERG, GOODSTEIN, BERGER-Plock, Poland/Russia; Bronx and
Brooklyn, NY; PINKUS, WINOGRAD, ROSEN-Brest, Litovsk; Grodno, Russia;
Bronx and Brooklyn, NY; WEISS-Brooklyn, NY; NEIBERG-Brooklyn, NY; DEL PINO
-Brooklyn, NY; KATZ, GELFAND-Minsk, Belarus; Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami
Beach, FL.


BERMAN, RACHEL3R 1/1/1932 ***
BLOCK, BLUME3R 6/1/1900 *** partially behind Rose Goldstein
BORNSTEIN, ESTHER3R 5/1/1939 *** there is another Bornstein stone but
badly weathered-unreadable
DOMB, DORA3R 11/1/1919 ***
FRIEDMAN, GUSSIE3R 11/1/1923 ***
GOLDBERG, DAVID MEYER 175-3R 12/11/1935 ***
GOLDBERG, LEO175-3R 8/1/1910 ***
GOLDBERG, REBECCA 175-3R 12/23/1943 ***
GOLDMAN, CHARLES 3R 5/1/1940 ***
GOLDSTEIN, DORA 3R 10/1/1966 ***
GOLDSTEIN, JOSEPH 3R 4/1/1975 ***
GOLDSTEIN, ROSE175-3R- 3 4/8/1917 ***
GOODSTEIN, RACHEL 7/26/1915 *** not originally on this list, name added by
Joan Parker
GOODSTEIN, SIMON 9/27/13 *** not originally on this list, name added by
Joan Parker
GROSS, MORRIS3R 7/1/1946 ***
GROSS, SARAH3R 9/1/1964 ***
HEYMAN, SAMUEL3R 2/1/1927 *** partially behind Jacob Perek
KAUFMAN, ESTHER175-3R 9/19/1938 ***
KAUFMAN, FRANCES175-3R 1/11/1983 *** shown only as Frances, but date
matches
KAUFMAN, SAM175-3R 10/12/1928 ***
LEVENTHAL, ALLEN175-3R 8/31/1958 *** wife of Jean
LEVINE, BECKY3R 7/1/1957 ***
LEVINE, MORRIS3R 6/1/1967 ***
MAKOWER, EVE3R 8/8/1916 ***
MASS, JACOB3R 12/15/1937 ***
MASS, RIVA3R 12/1/1914 *** partially in the background of Martha Roberts
MIOLLA, BLANCHE SUSAN 000-175-3R-0000 12/5/1969 *** just the name Blanche
Susan
PEREK, JACOB3R 4/29/1937 *** behind this stone is a partial Samuel Heyman
RADGIFF *** Stone marker with only the name
ROBERTS, MARTHA3R 6/11/1918 ***
STURMAN, CECELY175-3R 11/25/1977 ***
STURMAN, JACOB N.175-3R- 2 6/8/1937 ***
STURMAN, LILLIAN175-3R- 10 12/26/1954 ***
WEINOUMAN, BESSIE175-3R-8 3/18/1919 ***
WOLF, FLORA175-3R-6W 5/10/1918 ***
WOLLMAN, AMELIA175-3R-02 1/19/1917 ***
ZALKA, ANNA175-3R-4 10/12/1917 ***

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


PACHTER Family from Siemiatycze #poland

tina levine
 

Hello,

I would appreciate any assistance with the following
two matters.

1)I am searching for family in England with the
surname PACHTER, originally >from Siemiatycze located
in the Grodno Gobernia.

My great-grandfather, David Pachter, immigrated to the
US >from Siemiatycze in 1907. He first stopped in
London living at 14 Boreham St. and then departed from
Liverpool.He entered the US via Philadelphia. On his
ship manifest there is written the name "Suletu
Pachter" next to Friend's Name. (Can someone please
clarify what information this part of the document was
asking for?)

During WWII one of my uncles, while in the army
stationed in Europe, visited with cousins having the
same surname.

I am trying to locate my relatives in England.

2) I am looking for the descendents of my great aunt
SARAH PEARL (nee PACHTER). She immigrated to NYC from
Siemiatycze in 1909. She married and had 3 children -
Morris, Laura and Melvin. She died in 1928 at the age
of 33. The children were placed in an orphanage and
later moved to Detroit, Michigan, USA. Laura became a
nurse and Morris and Melvin were in the pharmaceutical
business.

I am searching for the children and/or grandchildren
of Morris, Laura and Melvin PEARL. Any information
would be most appreciated.

Tina Pachter Levine
Forest Hills, NY (NYC)
USA


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland PACHTER Family from Siemiatycze #poland

tina levine
 

Hello,

I would appreciate any assistance with the following
two matters.

1)I am searching for family in England with the
surname PACHTER, originally >from Siemiatycze located
in the Grodno Gobernia.

My great-grandfather, David Pachter, immigrated to the
US >from Siemiatycze in 1907. He first stopped in
London living at 14 Boreham St. and then departed from
Liverpool.He entered the US via Philadelphia. On his
ship manifest there is written the name "Suletu
Pachter" next to Friend's Name. (Can someone please
clarify what information this part of the document was
asking for?)

During WWII one of my uncles, while in the army
stationed in Europe, visited with cousins having the
same surname.

I am trying to locate my relatives in England.

2) I am looking for the descendents of my great aunt
SARAH PEARL (nee PACHTER). She immigrated to NYC from
Siemiatycze in 1909. She married and had 3 children -
Morris, Laura and Melvin. She died in 1928 at the age
of 33. The children were placed in an orphanage and
later moved to Detroit, Michigan, USA. Laura became a
nurse and Morris and Melvin were in the pharmaceutical
business.

I am searching for the children and/or grandchildren
of Morris, Laura and Melvin PEARL. Any information
would be most appreciated.

Tina Pachter Levine
Forest Hills, NY (NYC)
USA


Visit to Bialystok #poland

Greenberger <greenberger@...>
 

My sons Yeshivah in Israel will be visiting Bialystok soon and as my
parents ( now deceased ) came >from Bialystok I've been asked to advise
of significant places of interest that the Boys could visit on their
trip.

Could you help me in this regard.

Thank You

Aviva Greenberger
Melbourne , Australia

( searching the following family names Cycowicz & Ostroburski )


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Visit to Bialystok #poland

Greenberger <greenberger@...>
 

My sons Yeshivah in Israel will be visiting Bialystok soon and as my
parents ( now deceased ) came >from Bialystok I've been asked to advise
of significant places of interest that the Boys could visit on their
trip.

Could you help me in this regard.

Thank You

Aviva Greenberger
Melbourne , Australia

( searching the following family names Cycowicz & Ostroburski )


Fw: jcr-uk digest: July 22, 2006 #unitedkingdom

Derek & Rosemary Wenzerul <dandr@...>
 

Hi Elayne

In answer to your question. There are electoral registers for this period
held at the London Metropolitan Archives. However >from 1884-1918 only men
were allowed to vote - at least this would tell you the surname of who lived
at 45 Morgan Street.

London Metropolitan Archives
40 Northampton Road
London EC1R OHB
Tel: 020 7332 3820
Fax: 020 7833 9136
E-mail: ask.lma@corpoflondon.gov.uk
Web-site: www.cityoflondon.gov.uk

Hope this is of help.
With best wishes
Rosemary Wenzerul
dandr@wenzeds.freeserve.co.uk
Researching: Barnett, Benjamin, DeFries, Goldston, Molen/Vandermolen, Myers,
Nunes-Martines/Martin and Wenzerul

Subject: Seeking residents located by address in London about 1900
From: "DENKERS" <spdenker@rcn.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2006 11:03:06 -0400
X-Message-Number: 1

Are there any records such as London city directories where I can search
residents by street address for the years 1895-1905? I'm especially
interested in who lived at 45 Morgan St. in 1899. My grandfather, upon
arrival at the Poor Jew's Temporary Shelter in London, said he was going
to
the above address.


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Fw: jcr-uk digest: July 22, 2006 #unitedkingdom

Derek & Rosemary Wenzerul <dandr@...>
 

Hi Elayne

In answer to your question. There are electoral registers for this period
held at the London Metropolitan Archives. However >from 1884-1918 only men
were allowed to vote - at least this would tell you the surname of who lived
at 45 Morgan Street.

London Metropolitan Archives
40 Northampton Road
London EC1R OHB
Tel: 020 7332 3820
Fax: 020 7833 9136
E-mail: ask.lma@corpoflondon.gov.uk
Web-site: www.cityoflondon.gov.uk

Hope this is of help.
With best wishes
Rosemary Wenzerul
dandr@wenzeds.freeserve.co.uk
Researching: Barnett, Benjamin, DeFries, Goldston, Molen/Vandermolen, Myers,
Nunes-Martines/Martin and Wenzerul

Subject: Seeking residents located by address in London about 1900
From: "DENKERS" <spdenker@rcn.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2006 11:03:06 -0400
X-Message-Number: 1

Are there any records such as London city directories where I can search
residents by street address for the years 1895-1905? I'm especially
interested in who lived at 45 Morgan St. in 1899. My grandfather, upon
arrival at the Poor Jew's Temporary Shelter in London, said he was going
to
the above address.


Needed: NYC Death Certificate #general

Steve Orlen
 

Dear Cousins,

First, is it possible to get a NYC death certificate for someone who
died in 1944, without proving you're related? Second, is there anyone
among you willing to get one for me? I have the date & the
certificate number, and I'd be happy to pay for expenses.

Please respond privately to sorlen@email.arizona.edu

Best, Steve Orlen
Tucson, AZ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Needed: NYC Death Certificate #general

Steve Orlen
 

Dear Cousins,

First, is it possible to get a NYC death certificate for someone who
died in 1944, without proving you're related? Second, is there anyone
among you willing to get one for me? I have the date & the
certificate number, and I'd be happy to pay for expenses.

Please respond privately to sorlen@email.arizona.edu

Best, Steve Orlen
Tucson, AZ


Re: Sarah PEARL nee PACHTER from Siemiatycze, Grodno Gubernia #general

Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

Tina,

Using www.stevemorse.org and his "Birthdays and Related Persons:
Finding Birthdays and Related Persons in One Step (privateeye.com)"
page, search for Melvin and Morris Pearl in Detroit, Michigan. You
should find leads there.

Then try the "Birthdays and Addresses: Finding Birthdays and Addresses
in One Step (zabasearch.com)" to find a telephone number

Zev Griner

tina levine wrote:

I am searching for descendents of my great-aunt Sarah
PEARL nee Pachter, sister of my late grandfather Louis
(Leibe) Pachter.

She immigrated to NYC in 1909. She married and had 3
children, Morris, Laura and Melvin. She died in 1928
and her children were placed in an orphanage in
Brooklyn (The Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum on Ralph
Avenue). The children later moved to Detroit area
where the sons had a pharmaceutical business. I
believe Laura was a nurse.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Sarah PEARL nee PACHTER from Siemiatycze, Grodno Gubernia #general

Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

Tina,

Using www.stevemorse.org and his "Birthdays and Related Persons:
Finding Birthdays and Related Persons in One Step (privateeye.com)"
page, search for Melvin and Morris Pearl in Detroit, Michigan. You
should find leads there.

Then try the "Birthdays and Addresses: Finding Birthdays and Addresses
in One Step (zabasearch.com)" to find a telephone number

Zev Griner

tina levine wrote:

I am searching for descendents of my great-aunt Sarah
PEARL nee Pachter, sister of my late grandfather Louis
(Leibe) Pachter.

She immigrated to NYC in 1909. She married and had 3
children, Morris, Laura and Melvin. She died in 1928
and her children were placed in an orphanage in
Brooklyn (The Brooklyn Hebrew Orphan Asylum on Ralph
Avenue). The children later moved to Detroit area
where the sons had a pharmaceutical business. I
believe Laura was a nurse.


Re: FTDNA Surname Projects - Are you in one? #dna

Sam Vass <SVass@...>
 

On 2006.07.22, Elise Friedman <elisejg@comcast.net> wrote:

I am compiling a list of projects at FTDNA that focus on Jewish
ancestry. With FTDNA's help, I currently have a list of about 70
such surname projects.
Let me make a pitch for an additional solution. There is a "Jewish
DNA Project" at FTDNA that can be reached at http://tinyurl.com/zjbpc
The left side of screen has a request to join the group which you
should select. You can join this project even if you belong to a
surname project and a haplogroup project.

I recommend this because you can find deep relatives >from prior to the
time surnames were adopted. I have found fourteen others >from such
diverse locations as Kovno, L'viv, Oswiecim, Varin, Kamenets, etc.
These individuals with various surnames match my haplogroup and are
exact matches at twelve markers (or one off). Extended testing proves
that they share a rare haplogroup. Note that this also aids in the
understanding of Jewish migration through Europe.

Sam Vass (Weil/Vaider). My current surname was adopted in 1901 in
Hungary.


DNA Research #DNA Re: FTDNA Surname Projects - Are you in one? #dna

Sam Vass <SVass@...>
 

On 2006.07.22, Elise Friedman <elisejg@comcast.net> wrote:

I am compiling a list of projects at FTDNA that focus on Jewish
ancestry. With FTDNA's help, I currently have a list of about 70
such surname projects.
Let me make a pitch for an additional solution. There is a "Jewish
DNA Project" at FTDNA that can be reached at http://tinyurl.com/zjbpc
The left side of screen has a request to join the group which you
should select. You can join this project even if you belong to a
surname project and a haplogroup project.

I recommend this because you can find deep relatives >from prior to the
time surnames were adopted. I have found fourteen others >from such
diverse locations as Kovno, L'viv, Oswiecim, Varin, Kamenets, etc.
These individuals with various surnames match my haplogroup and are
exact matches at twelve markers (or one off). Extended testing proves
that they share a rare haplogroup. Note that this also aids in the
understanding of Jewish migration through Europe.

Sam Vass (Weil/Vaider). My current surname was adopted in 1901 in
Hungary.