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Jewish Hospital in Uman #ukraine

Joshua Skarf <jskarf@...>
 

No one seems to have any information about the Jewish hospital in Uman, so I looked a little deeper using the Historical Jewish Press website and found a fair amount of information. I thought I'd share what I've managed to find:Â


In the mid-19th century, the city of Uman was home to a Jewish hospital for the poor.(1) The 50-bed hospital was originally built by Kalman Tolchinsky, a wealthy donor in Uman who also paid for the city bathhouses to be renovated.(2) The hospital was built with gardens and a vineyard around it.(3) When Tolchinsky died in 1865, six men were chosen to serve as trustees of the hospital, each funding it for two months a year. They were Yakov Ettinger, Azriel Meir Yakilitz, Yona and Chaim Ettinger, Zalman Bernstein, and Kalman Aurbach. They brought an influx of funds that allowed the hospital to improve its food and services to the poor of Uman.(4) Shortly after, the hospital was destroyed and then rebuilt by a Mr. Rappaport, who ran the hospital for ten years.(5) At the end of 19th century funds were collected to renovate the hospital.(6) The hospital was still functioning in 1919, when victims of the Ukrainian pogroms were brought there for treatment >from surrounding villages.(7)

In the 1860s, the hospital was small and lacked resources. It had four rooms, each holding between 5-10 patients. Patients were given simple rations of bread and water as well as donated clothes. The hospital had 3 orderlies and one doctor who would make house-calls twice a week. The rooms were poorly insulated and heated.(8) In 1880, the medical staff was increased to four doctors.(9)

from the 1840s through the 1860s, the hospital was funded by a city-stipulated monopoly on sourdough, which at the time was used for baked goods in place of yeast.(10) Butchers also paid a tax on their sales to the hospital, and individual patients often made donations to the hospital. In 1863, the financial stability of the hospital was compromised when a citizen began importing sourdough and selling it on his own, for individual profit. Rabbis issued decrees against this practice, but it apparently continued as the townspeople preferred the low prices and high-quality sourdough. At least one angry citizen suspected that the directors of the hospital were pocketing part of these funds.(11) Over the years the operating costs were supplemented by rich donors, especially building costs.Â

NOTES
(1) The earliest reference I found to the hospital was in 1861, but the author was unaware of who had set up the hospital or when it had occurred. The author writes that it has existed â??for many years.â?? (â??Masa Umanâ?? in Hamelitz 22 Aug 1861, I.866-868)Â
(2) Evel Kavedâ in Hamelitz 16 Nov 1865, IV.634
(3) Hamelitz, 6 Dec 1865, IV.372
(4) Hamelitz 8 Jul 1879, XXVII.551
(5) Hamelitz 18 7, 1884 859-863
(6) The Ukraine SIG is currently collecting funds to translate a collection about this fundraising campaign.
(7) The Slaughter of the Ukrainian Jews in 1919, 348. The Ukraine Terror and the Jewish Peril, p.13
(8) ibid
(9) Hamelitz 8 Jun 1880, 175.
(10) Beit Cholim Mechirat Shâmarim ba-Ir Umanâ in Hamelitz 20 Aug 1863, III.475-478.
(11) Masa Umanâ in Hamelitz, 22 Aug 1861.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Jewish Hospital in Uman #ukraine

Joshua Skarf <jskarf@...>
 

No one seems to have any information about the Jewish hospital in Uman, so I looked a little deeper using the Historical Jewish Press website and found a fair amount of information. I thought I'd share what I've managed to find:Â


In the mid-19th century, the city of Uman was home to a Jewish hospital for the poor.(1) The 50-bed hospital was originally built by Kalman Tolchinsky, a wealthy donor in Uman who also paid for the city bathhouses to be renovated.(2) The hospital was built with gardens and a vineyard around it.(3) When Tolchinsky died in 1865, six men were chosen to serve as trustees of the hospital, each funding it for two months a year. They were Yakov Ettinger, Azriel Meir Yakilitz, Yona and Chaim Ettinger, Zalman Bernstein, and Kalman Aurbach. They brought an influx of funds that allowed the hospital to improve its food and services to the poor of Uman.(4) Shortly after, the hospital was destroyed and then rebuilt by a Mr. Rappaport, who ran the hospital for ten years.(5) At the end of 19th century funds were collected to renovate the hospital.(6) The hospital was still functioning in 1919, when victims of the Ukrainian pogroms were brought there for treatment >from surrounding villages.(7)

In the 1860s, the hospital was small and lacked resources. It had four rooms, each holding between 5-10 patients. Patients were given simple rations of bread and water as well as donated clothes. The hospital had 3 orderlies and one doctor who would make house-calls twice a week. The rooms were poorly insulated and heated.(8) In 1880, the medical staff was increased to four doctors.(9)

from the 1840s through the 1860s, the hospital was funded by a city-stipulated monopoly on sourdough, which at the time was used for baked goods in place of yeast.(10) Butchers also paid a tax on their sales to the hospital, and individual patients often made donations to the hospital. In 1863, the financial stability of the hospital was compromised when a citizen began importing sourdough and selling it on his own, for individual profit. Rabbis issued decrees against this practice, but it apparently continued as the townspeople preferred the low prices and high-quality sourdough. At least one angry citizen suspected that the directors of the hospital were pocketing part of these funds.(11) Over the years the operating costs were supplemented by rich donors, especially building costs.Â

NOTES
(1) The earliest reference I found to the hospital was in 1861, but the author was unaware of who had set up the hospital or when it had occurred. The author writes that it has existed â??for many years.â?? (â??Masa Umanâ?? in Hamelitz 22 Aug 1861, I.866-868)Â
(2) Evel Kavedâ in Hamelitz 16 Nov 1865, IV.634
(3) Hamelitz, 6 Dec 1865, IV.372
(4) Hamelitz 8 Jul 1879, XXVII.551
(5) Hamelitz 18 7, 1884 859-863
(6) The Ukraine SIG is currently collecting funds to translate a collection about this fundraising campaign.
(7) The Slaughter of the Ukrainian Jews in 1919, 348. The Ukraine Terror and the Jewish Peril, p.13
(8) ibid
(9) Hamelitz 8 Jun 1880, 175.
(10) Beit Cholim Mechirat Shâmarim ba-Ir Umanâ in Hamelitz 20 Aug 1863, III.475-478.
(11) Masa Umanâ in Hamelitz, 22 Aug 1861.


Lerner rabbis #ukraine

Molly Staub
 

Another researcher has informed me that my great-grandfather, Yechiel
Berenson of Ukraine, married a daughter of Rabbi Shevach Lerner of
Kitygorod, Podolia Gubernia. Shevach's wife Devorah was a descendant of
Rashi. My informant did not know the bride's given name, but the couple had
four sons : Rabbi Samuel Lerner of Dinovtsy; Rabbi Israel Abraham of
Tereshpol and Balin; Rabbi Mordechai of Munkacs; and Rabbi Mendel of
Kitaygorod. Rabbi Shevach and Devorah also had two daughters, but this
researcher did not know their names.

She received this information orally >from a relative many years ago. I know
Lerner is a common name, but I have tried to verify the information with no
success. I found a few Rabbi Lerners in Brooklyn, but no evidence that
they're the correct ones

If anyone has any of these people on their trees, I would appreciate any
information to help me fill in the blanks.

Thank you, Molly Arost Staub Katzman
Boca Raton, FL

AROST, HARAST Dombraveni, Moldova; Philadelphia, JARAST Argentina, BERENSON
Ukraine, Philadelphia, GRAFFMAN Philadelphia, GROFFMAN, London, SHTOFMAN
Dumbraveni, Philadelphia, GOLDEMBERGArgentina, WASSERMAN Russia,
Philadelphia, ZUKERMAN Russia, Pittsburgh, LERNER Podolia Gubernia, Russia

Molly Arost Staub


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Lerner rabbis #ukraine

Molly Staub
 

Another researcher has informed me that my great-grandfather, Yechiel
Berenson of Ukraine, married a daughter of Rabbi Shevach Lerner of
Kitygorod, Podolia Gubernia. Shevach's wife Devorah was a descendant of
Rashi. My informant did not know the bride's given name, but the couple had
four sons : Rabbi Samuel Lerner of Dinovtsy; Rabbi Israel Abraham of
Tereshpol and Balin; Rabbi Mordechai of Munkacs; and Rabbi Mendel of
Kitaygorod. Rabbi Shevach and Devorah also had two daughters, but this
researcher did not know their names.

She received this information orally >from a relative many years ago. I know
Lerner is a common name, but I have tried to verify the information with no
success. I found a few Rabbi Lerners in Brooklyn, but no evidence that
they're the correct ones

If anyone has any of these people on their trees, I would appreciate any
information to help me fill in the blanks.

Thank you, Molly Arost Staub Katzman
Boca Raton, FL

AROST, HARAST Dombraveni, Moldova; Philadelphia, JARAST Argentina, BERENSON
Ukraine, Philadelphia, GRAFFMAN Philadelphia, GROFFMAN, London, SHTOFMAN
Dumbraveni, Philadelphia, GOLDEMBERGArgentina, WASSERMAN Russia,
Philadelphia, ZUKERMAN Russia, Pittsburgh, LERNER Podolia Gubernia, Russia

Molly Arost Staub


Brodsky, Brotski, Brotzka #ukraine

mike brodsky <bsculptor@...>
 

My great grandfather Israel and his brother Asher with anyone of the above last names immigrated through Castle Garden, NY to the US in 1891 >from Zlatopol, Ukraine. Israel was born there about 1858-1862. My branch of the family moved to New Haven, Connecticut about 1895 and has been in Connecticut since then except for me (I am in Oakland, Ca.).
I am interested if anyone has any information about the Brodsky's in Zlatopol, Ukraine. I am aware that the Sugar Brodskys are >from there but I haven't been able to find a relationship.

Thanks
Mike Brodsky
Bsculptor@sbcglobal.net


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Brodsky, Brotski, Brotzka #ukraine

mike brodsky <bsculptor@...>
 

My great grandfather Israel and his brother Asher with anyone of the above last names immigrated through Castle Garden, NY to the US in 1891 >from Zlatopol, Ukraine. Israel was born there about 1858-1862. My branch of the family moved to New Haven, Connecticut about 1895 and has been in Connecticut since then except for me (I am in Oakland, Ca.).
I am interested if anyone has any information about the Brodsky's in Zlatopol, Ukraine. I am aware that the Sugar Brodskys are >from there but I haven't been able to find a relationship.

Thanks
Mike Brodsky
Bsculptor@sbcglobal.net


Bessarabia SIG, update for the month of November 2017 #ukraine

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear researchers,

Here is an update for the month of November 2017 for Bessarabia SIG. See the details at the "What's New"
section of our web site.

Bessarabia Databases. Updates:
- Bessarabia Revision Lists, new update will be send to JewishGen in December 2017.
Several sets of records were completed. See all sets at the Bessarabia Database Section at the top.
As of now there are already about 12,000 records ready for towns of Khotin, Kagul, Leovo, Orgeev, Ismail, Kaushany.
https://www.jewishgen.org/Bessarabia/files/databases/RevisionsDecemberOf2017-November.pdf

-Holocaust section. Addition:
A Monument to Jews Killed in Kolbasna, Moldova, Pridnestrovie
https://www.jewishgen.org/Bessarabia/files/holocaust/Kolbasna.pdf
The monument was erected by Rybnitsa Jewish Community in 2003.
Photos were done by our Bessarabia SIG researcher and photographer Serghei Daniliuk, the resident of Causeni, Moldova.

Please let us know if you have any questions.
Our SIG need volunteers for several projects. If you can translate >from Hebrew, Russian, please come forward. Also we need members to be project leaders, manage our multiple projects.

Thank you all,
Inna Vayner, Yefim Kogan
JewishGen Bessarabia SIG Leaders and Coordinators


Ukraine SIG Projects and Volunteering (was "Asking for maps") #ukraine

Janette Silverman
 

Aharon Refael Schvetz asked about Ukraine SIG taking on a map project.
JewishGen, including Ukraine SIG operates with very few exceptions, by
volunteers. Gesher Galicia is a separate organization. If Aharon or
anyone is volunteering to take on a map project such as the one Jay
Osborne has been working on for many years, we would gladly have you
take on such a project. When people ask if the SIG can take on the
project, the answer is generally a question asked right back - are you
willing to take on what you are suggesting?

As volunteers, all of us have our plates full attempting to ind a
balance between our full time day jobs, our families and our volunteer
jobs. The "SIG" is not a private company - it is completely dependent on
a volunteer work force. Are you ready to join the hundreds of people
already volunteering? Please don't suggest projects unless you are
willing to take on the work it involves.

Best,
Janette

--
Dr. Janette Silverman
JewishGen Ukraine-SIG Coordinator
ukrainesig.coordinator@gmail.com
http://www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine/default.asp
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ukraine-SIG/180102942060505


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Bessarabia SIG, update for the month of November 2017 #ukraine

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear researchers,

Here is an update for the month of November 2017 for Bessarabia SIG. See the details at the "What's New"
section of our web site.

Bessarabia Databases. Updates:
- Bessarabia Revision Lists, new update will be send to JewishGen in December 2017.
Several sets of records were completed. See all sets at the Bessarabia Database Section at the top.
As of now there are already about 12,000 records ready for towns of Khotin, Kagul, Leovo, Orgeev, Ismail, Kaushany.
https://www.jewishgen.org/Bessarabia/files/databases/RevisionsDecemberOf2017-November.pdf

-Holocaust section. Addition:
A Monument to Jews Killed in Kolbasna, Moldova, Pridnestrovie
https://www.jewishgen.org/Bessarabia/files/holocaust/Kolbasna.pdf
The monument was erected by Rybnitsa Jewish Community in 2003.
Photos were done by our Bessarabia SIG researcher and photographer Serghei Daniliuk, the resident of Causeni, Moldova.

Please let us know if you have any questions.
Our SIG need volunteers for several projects. If you can translate >from Hebrew, Russian, please come forward. Also we need members to be project leaders, manage our multiple projects.

Thank you all,
Inna Vayner, Yefim Kogan
JewishGen Bessarabia SIG Leaders and Coordinators


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Ukraine SIG Projects and Volunteering (was "Asking for maps") #ukraine

Janette Silverman
 

Aharon Refael Schvetz asked about Ukraine SIG taking on a map project.
JewishGen, including Ukraine SIG operates with very few exceptions, by
volunteers. Gesher Galicia is a separate organization. If Aharon or
anyone is volunteering to take on a map project such as the one Jay
Osborne has been working on for many years, we would gladly have you
take on such a project. When people ask if the SIG can take on the
project, the answer is generally a question asked right back - are you
willing to take on what you are suggesting?

As volunteers, all of us have our plates full attempting to ind a
balance between our full time day jobs, our families and our volunteer
jobs. The "SIG" is not a private company - it is completely dependent on
a volunteer work force. Are you ready to join the hundreds of people
already volunteering? Please don't suggest projects unless you are
willing to take on the work it involves.

Best,
Janette

--
Dr. Janette Silverman
JewishGen Ukraine-SIG Coordinator
ukrainesig.coordinator@gmail.com
http://www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine/default.asp
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ukraine-SIG/180102942060505


Need Translation Help for 1828 Census in Latin #hungary

michael_perl9@...
 

I have posted 3 short notes in Viewmate >from the 1828 Property census and w=
ould really appreciate some help >from those who have looked at this type of=
Latin before.
The entries are VM 62783, 62784 and 62785
=20
Many thanks in advance,

Michael Perl

New York


Hungary SIG #Hungary Need Translation Help for 1828 Census in Latin #hungary

michael_perl9@...
 

I have posted 3 short notes in Viewmate >from the 1828 Property census and w=
ould really appreciate some help >from those who have looked at this type of=
Latin before.
The entries are VM 62783, 62784 and 62785
=20
Many thanks in advance,

Michael Perl

New York


GOLDHAMERs in the Spis Region of Slovakia #hungary

Madeleine Isenberg
 

Hi Anne,

I have been collecting records in the Spis Region of Slovakia for many
years. So Yes, there is a birth record for Isak (Yitzchak) born to
Arje G and Sali KOHN in Koterbach (now called Rudnany), 23 June 1867.
There is also a borth record for a younger brother, Alfred (Asher)
born in 20 Oct 1871 in Georgenberg (Spisska Sobota).

There are a number of birth records with whom the mothers were GOLDHAM(M)ERs.

Marriage record for Leon and Sali KOHN in 1866, a year before Isak's
birth, so it doesn't look like there was any "older brother." He must
have been the oldest.

There are a number of deaths and tombstones of GOLDHAM(M)ERs also, but
I do not have anything in the town you are mentioning. But then I
also don't have everything.

Hope that helps somewhat.

Regards,

--
Madeleine
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary GOLDHAMERs in the Spis Region of Slovakia #hungary

Madeleine Isenberg
 

Hi Anne,

I have been collecting records in the Spis Region of Slovakia for many
years. So Yes, there is a birth record for Isak (Yitzchak) born to
Arje G and Sali KOHN in Koterbach (now called Rudnany), 23 June 1867.
There is also a borth record for a younger brother, Alfred (Asher)
born in 20 Oct 1871 in Georgenberg (Spisska Sobota).

There are a number of birth records with whom the mothers were GOLDHAM(M)ERs.

Marriage record for Leon and Sali KOHN in 1866, a year before Isak's
birth, so it doesn't look like there was any "older brother." He must
have been the oldest.

There are a number of deaths and tombstones of GOLDHAM(M)ERs also, but
I do not have anything in the town you are mentioning. But then I
also don't have everything.

Hope that helps somewhat.

Regards,

--
Madeleine
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com


Bessarabia SIG, update for the month of November 2017 #general

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear researchers,

Here is an update for the month of November 2017 for Bessarabia SIG. See the
details at the "What's New" section of our web site.

Bessarabia Databases. Updates:
- Bessarabia Revision Lists, new update will be send to JewishGen in December
2017.
Several sets of records were completed. See all sets at the Bessarabia Database
Section at the top.
As of now there are already about 12,000 records ready for towns of Khotin,
Kagul, Leovo, Orgeev, Ismail, Kaushany.
https://www.jewishgen.org/Bessarabia/files/databases/RevisionsDecemberOf2017-November.pdf
[MOD. NOTE: shortened URL - https://goo.gl/cQR1bQ ]

-Holocaust section. Addition:
A Monument to Jews Killed in Kolbasna, Moldova, Pridnestrovie
https://www.jewishgen.org/Bessarabia/files/holocaust/Kolbasna.pdf

The monument was erected by Rybnitsa Jewish Community in 2003.
Photos were done by our Bessarabia SIG researcher and photographer Serghei
Daniliuk, the resident of Causeni, Moldova.

Please let us know if you have any questions.
Our SIG need volunteers for several projects. If you can translate >from Hebrew,
Russian, please come forward. Also we need members to be project leaders, manage
our multiple projects.

Thank you all,
Inna Vayner, Yefim Kogan
JewishGen Bessarabia SIG Leaders and Coordinators


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bessarabia SIG, update for the month of November 2017 #general

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear researchers,

Here is an update for the month of November 2017 for Bessarabia SIG. See the
details at the "What's New" section of our web site.

Bessarabia Databases. Updates:
- Bessarabia Revision Lists, new update will be send to JewishGen in December
2017.
Several sets of records were completed. See all sets at the Bessarabia Database
Section at the top.
As of now there are already about 12,000 records ready for towns of Khotin,
Kagul, Leovo, Orgeev, Ismail, Kaushany.
https://www.jewishgen.org/Bessarabia/files/databases/RevisionsDecemberOf2017-November.pdf
[MOD. NOTE: shortened URL - https://goo.gl/cQR1bQ ]

-Holocaust section. Addition:
A Monument to Jews Killed in Kolbasna, Moldova, Pridnestrovie
https://www.jewishgen.org/Bessarabia/files/holocaust/Kolbasna.pdf

The monument was erected by Rybnitsa Jewish Community in 2003.
Photos were done by our Bessarabia SIG researcher and photographer Serghei
Daniliuk, the resident of Causeni, Moldova.

Please let us know if you have any questions.
Our SIG need volunteers for several projects. If you can translate >from Hebrew,
Russian, please come forward. Also we need members to be project leaders, manage
our multiple projects.

Thank you all,
Inna Vayner, Yefim Kogan
JewishGen Bessarabia SIG Leaders and Coordinators


Re: GOLDHAMERs in the Spis Region of Slovakia #hungary

aross2@...
 

Thank you! Yes, I should have proof read once more before I typed. My great grandfather (known as Ignatz in the US) is Isak. Then was Alfred. There were also three sisters who made it to the US - Ester, Bertha, and Anna. The birth record for Anna (Hani) recently appeared on jewishgen.org when some more data was added - she is the sister whose birth city I could not identify in modern terms. >from jewishgen.org I now know she was born in 1880. According to what little information I have been able to collect the two other sisters were born in 1886 (Ester) and 1889 (Bertha) which is quite the wide time span (and probably only an estimate since I cannot find any official-ish records). My father and others of his generation knew of no other siblings (his Goldhammer grandparents lived with him and his parents when they escaped Austria in 1938 until their deaths) but much was left unsaid.

I wonder - could you tell me how you found the 1866 marriage records for my second great grandparents? Iâ??m very impressed - Iâ??ve not been able to find that record and Iâ??d love to share that info with my various second and third cousins (Alfredâ??s grandchildren are actually my double second cousins). Iâ??ve done charts trying to connect the other Goldhammers that seemed to appear in the records in the same small villages around the same time but the connection seems to lie in generations further back than I can access at this point. Still, you never know what tomorrow brings!

Thank you so much again.

Anne Ross (Rosenzweig)

On Nov 30, 2017, at 2:24 PM, Madeleine Isenberg <madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Anne,

I have been collecting records in the Spis Region of Slovakia for many
years. So Yes, there is a birth record for Isak (Yitzchak) born to
Arje G and Sali KOHN in Koterbach (now called Rudnany), 23 June 1867.
There is also a borth record for a younger brother, Alfred (Asher)
born in 20 Oct 1871 in Georgenberg (Spisska Sobota).

There are a number of birth records with whom the mothers were GOLDHAM(M)ERs.

Marriage record for Leon and Sali KOHN in 1866, a year before Isak's
birth, so it doesn't look like there was any "older brother." He must
have been the oldest.

There are a number of deaths and tombstones of GOLDHAM(M)ERs also, but
I do not have anything in the town you are mentioning. But then I
also don't have everything.

Hope that helps somewhat.

Regards,

--
Madeleine
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: GOLDHAMERs in the Spis Region of Slovakia #hungary

aross2@...
 

Thank you! Yes, I should have proof read once more before I typed. My great grandfather (known as Ignatz in the US) is Isak. Then was Alfred. There were also three sisters who made it to the US - Ester, Bertha, and Anna. The birth record for Anna (Hani) recently appeared on jewishgen.org when some more data was added - she is the sister whose birth city I could not identify in modern terms. >from jewishgen.org I now know she was born in 1880. According to what little information I have been able to collect the two other sisters were born in 1886 (Ester) and 1889 (Bertha) which is quite the wide time span (and probably only an estimate since I cannot find any official-ish records). My father and others of his generation knew of no other siblings (his Goldhammer grandparents lived with him and his parents when they escaped Austria in 1938 until their deaths) but much was left unsaid.

I wonder - could you tell me how you found the 1866 marriage records for my second great grandparents? Iâ??m very impressed - Iâ??ve not been able to find that record and Iâ??d love to share that info with my various second and third cousins (Alfredâ??s grandchildren are actually my double second cousins). Iâ??ve done charts trying to connect the other Goldhammers that seemed to appear in the records in the same small villages around the same time but the connection seems to lie in generations further back than I can access at this point. Still, you never know what tomorrow brings!

Thank you so much again.

Anne Ross (Rosenzweig)

On Nov 30, 2017, at 2:24 PM, Madeleine Isenberg <madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Anne,

I have been collecting records in the Spis Region of Slovakia for many
years. So Yes, there is a birth record for Isak (Yitzchak) born to
Arje G and Sali KOHN in Koterbach (now called Rudnany), 23 June 1867.
There is also a borth record for a younger brother, Alfred (Asher)
born in 20 Oct 1871 in Georgenberg (Spisska Sobota).

There are a number of birth records with whom the mothers were GOLDHAM(M)ERs.

Marriage record for Leon and Sali KOHN in 1866, a year before Isak's
birth, so it doesn't look like there was any "older brother." He must
have been the oldest.

There are a number of deaths and tombstones of GOLDHAM(M)ERs also, but
I do not have anything in the town you are mentioning. But then I
also don't have everything.

Hope that helps somewhat.

Regards,

--
Madeleine
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com


translation from Russian? requested Vilijampole dox #lithuania

Michael Goldsmith <michaelg32@...>
 

I have posted 2 marriage records and 2 birth records on viewmate. These
documents refer to Vilijampole events involving the birth and marriage of my
father's half-brother Man Yahkvidovich. I believe that they are in Russian.
I would much appreciate help in translating the documents, especially with
regard to anything (names, dates, relationships, locations) which could be
of help in genealogical research. The links are:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM62819

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM62818

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM62817

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM62816

Michael Goldsmith
Bedford, NH

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania translation from Russian? requested Vilijampole dox #lithuania

Michael Goldsmith <michaelg32@...>
 

I have posted 2 marriage records and 2 birth records on viewmate. These
documents refer to Vilijampole events involving the birth and marriage of my
father's half-brother Man Yahkvidovich. I believe that they are in Russian.
I would much appreciate help in translating the documents, especially with
regard to anything (names, dates, relationships, locations) which could be
of help in genealogical research. The links are:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM62819

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM62818

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM62817

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM62816

Michael Goldsmith
Bedford, NH

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.

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