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Re: Family name AIZIC... #romania

Molly Staub
 

Try Isaac
Molly Staub


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Family name AIZIC... #romania

Molly Staub
 

Try Isaac
Molly Staub


Re: AIZIC family from Nicoresti #romania

LucR <luc.radu@...>
 

1. Aizic is a common Ashkenazi given name (a version of Itskhok). In
Moldova/Romania it may have become a surname.
2. In the 1899 census there were 173 Jews out of 4461 in Nicoresti. Most
likely it was a larger village in the then, Tecuci county. Today is in the
Galati county. Why would be odd they spoke Yiddish? Doubtful there were
Sephardic Jews in that area of Romania, at least not as a community.
4. The death certificate is not public( 100 year rule). The certificate
should be with the civil office of the Nicoresti town hall. The link has a
phone number and the e-mail.

http://www.primarianicoresti.ro


Luc Radu
Great Neck, NY
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On 9/9/19, 9:32 AM, "Romania SIG on behalf of Yael - Cotlick
yael.cotlick@..." <rom-sig@...> wrote:

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hello,

My grandfather, Josif AIZIC, was born in Nicoresti, in 1923. I am looking
for any information regarding:

1) The origins of the surname AIZIC. Could it be a Sephardic Jewish
surname?
2) the Jewish community in Nicoresti - I wasn't able to find anything
online. >from the Romanian census of 1930 I found out that there were 52
Jews
living in Nicoresti in 1930, out of which only 38 spoke Yiddish, which I
found odd. Is it possible that there were Sephardic Jews in the community?
3) Anyone with the same surname originally >from Nicoresti. I have no
knowledge
of any uncles/aunties or cousins my grandfather had.
4) How do I go about obtaining death records >from Nicoresti? I know that
my
grandfather's father, Haim, passed away whilst the family lived there.


Many thanks,
Yael Corlick


Romania SIG #Romania Re: AIZIC family from Nicoresti #romania

LucR <luc.radu@...>
 

1. Aizic is a common Ashkenazi given name (a version of Itskhok). In
Moldova/Romania it may have become a surname.
2. In the 1899 census there were 173 Jews out of 4461 in Nicoresti. Most
likely it was a larger village in the then, Tecuci county. Today is in the
Galati county. Why would be odd they spoke Yiddish? Doubtful there were
Sephardic Jews in that area of Romania, at least not as a community.
4. The death certificate is not public( 100 year rule). The certificate
should be with the civil office of the Nicoresti town hall. The link has a
phone number and the e-mail.

http://www.primarianicoresti.ro


Luc Radu
Great Neck, NY
------------------------------------------------------------

On 9/9/19, 9:32 AM, "Romania SIG on behalf of Yael - Cotlick
yael.cotlick@..." <rom-sig@...> wrote:

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hello,

My grandfather, Josif AIZIC, was born in Nicoresti, in 1923. I am looking
for any information regarding:

1) The origins of the surname AIZIC. Could it be a Sephardic Jewish
surname?
2) the Jewish community in Nicoresti - I wasn't able to find anything
online. >from the Romanian census of 1930 I found out that there were 52
Jews
living in Nicoresti in 1930, out of which only 38 spoke Yiddish, which I
found odd. Is it possible that there were Sephardic Jews in the community?
3) Anyone with the same surname originally >from Nicoresti. I have no
knowledge
of any uncles/aunties or cousins my grandfather had.
4) How do I go about obtaining death records >from Nicoresti? I know that
my
grandfather's father, Haim, passed away whilst the family lived there.


Many thanks,
Yael Corlick


Shepetovka #ukraine

Miriam Kirshner
 

For those of you with an interest in Shepetovka, you may want to take
another look at this website:
https://sites.google.com/view/shepetovka-descendants. It has been
updated with new information.

Miriam Kirshner
Researching NOVOSELSKY >from Shepetovka and CHEICHENITZ >from Lechowitz
Ukraine (aka Bilohiria)


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Shepetovka #ukraine

Miriam Kirshner
 

For those of you with an interest in Shepetovka, you may want to take
another look at this website:
https://sites.google.com/view/shepetovka-descendants. It has been
updated with new information.

Miriam Kirshner
Researching NOVOSELSKY >from Shepetovka and CHEICHENITZ >from Lechowitz
Ukraine (aka Bilohiria)


Re: RESPONSE SUMMARY - Re: proving [non-Jewish] ancestry in Nazi Europe #germany

kemper@...
 

Hello,

some remarks to the response:

The evidence took the form of either a document or a family tree showing
Aryan ancestry which then had to be verified by the Nazis, some were stamped
with a swastika.
The evidence took the form of a booklet called "Ahnenpass". The entries
were verified not by "Nazis" in general, but by the local record office
(Standesamt), and of course they were stamped with the swastika because
the authorities had to use stamps with it.

who had to produce this documentation. This practice was not confined to
Germany but my respondents also reported that the practice was also known in
France, Italy, Holland and Austria.
For Austria it is not surprising as Austria was a part of German Reich
since 1938. So the Nuernberg laws and other relevant laws were applied
to people in Austria too.

About France, Italy and Holland it would be interesting to know about
the laws which required such a proof. Of course the German laws were not
applied to France, Italy etc. If such a proof was required there then
according French, Italian, ... laws.

[>from some of the messages I received] The inference could be drawn that
enforcing people to produce proof of Aryan ancestry was probably commonplace
in all the countries invaded by the Nazi regime.
This conclusion is too simple. The proof of Aryan ancestry was connected
with marriage or applying for membership in certain organizations. For
example it would not be a surprise if French volunteers for the Armed SS
had to proof their ancestry. But not all citizens of France.

Best regards, Tobias Kemper kemper@...


German SIG #Germany Re: RESPONSE SUMMARY - Re: proving [non-Jewish] ancestry in Nazi Europe #germany

kemper@...
 

Hello,

some remarks to the response:

The evidence took the form of either a document or a family tree showing
Aryan ancestry which then had to be verified by the Nazis, some were stamped
with a swastika.
The evidence took the form of a booklet called "Ahnenpass". The entries
were verified not by "Nazis" in general, but by the local record office
(Standesamt), and of course they were stamped with the swastika because
the authorities had to use stamps with it.

who had to produce this documentation. This practice was not confined to
Germany but my respondents also reported that the practice was also known in
France, Italy, Holland and Austria.
For Austria it is not surprising as Austria was a part of German Reich
since 1938. So the Nuernberg laws and other relevant laws were applied
to people in Austria too.

About France, Italy and Holland it would be interesting to know about
the laws which required such a proof. Of course the German laws were not
applied to France, Italy etc. If such a proof was required there then
according French, Italian, ... laws.

[>from some of the messages I received] The inference could be drawn that
enforcing people to produce proof of Aryan ancestry was probably commonplace
in all the countries invaded by the Nazi regime.
This conclusion is too simple. The proof of Aryan ancestry was connected
with marriage or applying for membership in certain organizations. For
example it would not be a surprise if French volunteers for the Armed SS
had to proof their ancestry. But not all citizens of France.

Best regards, Tobias Kemper kemper@...


Klein Rabbi Carl Yekutiel Klein family of Hallendale, FL #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Rabbi Klein - his son is
Dr. Shmuel Menachem Klein a physician and his daughter is Tzvia Rachel
Ulmann.

Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Klein Rabbi Carl Yekutiel Klein family of Hallendale, FL #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Rabbi Klein - his son is
Dr. Shmuel Menachem Klein a physician and his daughter is Tzvia Rachel
Ulmann.

Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Are Tsentsiper/Zenziper/Sensibar out of Belarus of Sephardic ancestry? #sephardic

joshua.glasser@...
 

Greetings!

I'm trying to establish whether my family has Sephardic ancestry. We always
took it for granted that we were Sephardi, but now I want to establish
whether or not we are. The family tree I have been able to construct for my
family goes back only to the 1840s, and I'm trying to trace connections to
some known-to-be Sephardic names.

My grandfather's surname was Sensibar. My great-grandparents parents (before
immigrating to the USA about 1902) were Mandel Zenziper and Hinda Zenziper
(born Diskin (sp?)), and came >from Asvyeya , Belarus. And my
great-great-grandparents apparently were Hayim Tsentsiper and Sara
Tsentsiper (born Mushin (sp?)) of Osvia, Belarus. And I have found
indications that the Tsentsiper family may have come to Belarus >from Latvia

Is there a known Sephardi dispersion into Latvia and Belarus that reaches
any families with surnames that come phonetically close to
Tsentsiper/Zenziper/Sensibar?

Please direct responses to me personally, and I'll post a summary to the
group!

Thank you very much!

Joshua Glasser
Joshua.glasser@...


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Are Tsentsiper/Zenziper/Sensibar out of Belarus of Sephardic ancestry? #sephardic

joshua.glasser@...
 

Greetings!

I'm trying to establish whether my family has Sephardic ancestry. We always
took it for granted that we were Sephardi, but now I want to establish
whether or not we are. The family tree I have been able to construct for my
family goes back only to the 1840s, and I'm trying to trace connections to
some known-to-be Sephardic names.

My grandfather's surname was Sensibar. My great-grandparents parents (before
immigrating to the USA about 1902) were Mandel Zenziper and Hinda Zenziper
(born Diskin (sp?)), and came >from Asvyeya , Belarus. And my
great-great-grandparents apparently were Hayim Tsentsiper and Sara
Tsentsiper (born Mushin (sp?)) of Osvia, Belarus. And I have found
indications that the Tsentsiper family may have come to Belarus >from Latvia

Is there a known Sephardi dispersion into Latvia and Belarus that reaches
any families with surnames that come phonetically close to
Tsentsiper/Zenziper/Sensibar?

Please direct responses to me personally, and I'll post a summary to the
group!

Thank you very much!

Joshua Glasser
Joshua.glasser@...


Need advice on travel and research in Argentina #latinamerica

Lainie Levick <llevick@...>
 

Hello,=0A=
=0A=
I am planning a visit to Argentina next year to see if I can find out anyth=
ing about family that emigrated there around 1921 >from Eastern Europe (Ukra=
ine, Romania). I am thinking about the area north of Buenos Aires, in Entre=
Rios, the Historical Circuit of the Jewish Colonies, to look for LITVAC, L=
EVICK, LITWACK, etc.=0A=
=0A=
Can anyone provide me any advice on this area, and how to find a guide to h=
elp with this search, or any other resources that can help with this search=
?=0A=
=0A=
Many thanks,=0A=
Lainie Levick=0A=
Tucson, Arizona=0A=


Latin America #LatinAmerica Need advice on travel and research in Argentina #latinamerica

Lainie Levick <llevick@...>
 

Hello,=0A=
=0A=
I am planning a visit to Argentina next year to see if I can find out anyth=
ing about family that emigrated there around 1921 >from Eastern Europe (Ukra=
ine, Romania). I am thinking about the area north of Buenos Aires, in Entre=
Rios, the Historical Circuit of the Jewish Colonies, to look for LITVAC, L=
EVICK, LITWACK, etc.=0A=
=0A=
Can anyone provide me any advice on this area, and how to find a guide to h=
elp with this search, or any other resources that can help with this search=
?=0A=
=0A=
Many thanks,=0A=
Lainie Levick=0A=
Tucson, Arizona=0A=


Seeking RAUBITSCZEK families in Beroun district #austria-czech

Paul King
 

Seeking contact with RAUBITSCZEK [variant spellings] family
descendants >from Ginetz (Jince), Beroun district with semblance of
lineage links among families in late 18th and early 19th c. Branches
settled in vicinity: Hostomice, Vseradice, Krchleb; Prague residence
also crucial. Sources used: 1783 and 1793 censuses, Badatelna sites
examined. Please reply privately.

Paul King, Jerusalem
KONIG (Zduchovice, Skrysov); WEIL (Zduchovice); RAUBITSCZEK (Jince,
Hostomice, Prague)


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Seeking RAUBITSCZEK families in Beroun district #austria-czech

Paul King
 

Seeking contact with RAUBITSCZEK [variant spellings] family
descendants >from Ginetz (Jince), Beroun district with semblance of
lineage links among families in late 18th and early 19th c. Branches
settled in vicinity: Hostomice, Vseradice, Krchleb; Prague residence
also crucial. Sources used: 1783 and 1793 censuses, Badatelna sites
examined. Please reply privately.

Paul King, Jerusalem
KONIG (Zduchovice, Skrysov); WEIL (Zduchovice); RAUBITSCZEK (Jince,
Hostomice, Prague)


Brides without a surname #general

Angie Elfassi
 

Hi,

Im going to list here all the ladies on my tree, >from Stakliskes, Lithuania or
Kaunus, who I dont have a married name for them, or these ladies are married
to one of my Reichzeligmans or Itmans, and I dont have their maiden name.

You might have a bride, without a surname or a relative who married and you
dont know who she married.

Check it out and maybe we can make a shiduch?

Basia b c. 1779
Basheva b. 1804
Ita b. c. 1806 d. c. 1880
Sheyna Neshka b. 1811
Zlata b. 1841 d. 1896 d/o Yerimayhua
Sara or Pesa d/o Gershon
Tsina or Tsipa b. 1838 d/o Khaskel d. 1904 USA
Sheina Rivka d/o Avram Shena b. 1820
Esther Leiba c. b. 1857
Fruma c. b. 1857

Thanks in advance.

Regards
Angie Elfassi
Israel

Searching:
RAYKH-ZELIGMAN/RICHMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/Leeds
COHEN, Sakiai, Lithuania/Leeds
MAGIDOWITZ, Jurbarkas, Lithuania/Leeds
KASSIMOFF, Rezekne, Latvia/Leeds; MULVIDSON, Rezekne, Latvia/Sweden;
GREENSTONE, Rezekne, Lavia/Leeds; ITMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/USA;
SOKOLOV, Latvia; KANTOR, Sakia, Lithuania


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Brides without a surname #general

Angie Elfassi
 

Hi,

Im going to list here all the ladies on my tree, >from Stakliskes, Lithuania or
Kaunus, who I dont have a married name for them, or these ladies are married
to one of my Reichzeligmans or Itmans, and I dont have their maiden name.

You might have a bride, without a surname or a relative who married and you
dont know who she married.

Check it out and maybe we can make a shiduch?

Basia b c. 1779
Basheva b. 1804
Ita b. c. 1806 d. c. 1880
Sheyna Neshka b. 1811
Zlata b. 1841 d. 1896 d/o Yerimayhua
Sara or Pesa d/o Gershon
Tsina or Tsipa b. 1838 d/o Khaskel d. 1904 USA
Sheina Rivka d/o Avram Shena b. 1820
Esther Leiba c. b. 1857
Fruma c. b. 1857

Thanks in advance.

Regards
Angie Elfassi
Israel

Searching:
RAYKH-ZELIGMAN/RICHMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/Leeds
COHEN, Sakiai, Lithuania/Leeds
MAGIDOWITZ, Jurbarkas, Lithuania/Leeds
KASSIMOFF, Rezekne, Latvia/Leeds; MULVIDSON, Rezekne, Latvia/Sweden;
GREENSTONE, Rezekne, Lavia/Leeds; ITMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/USA;
SOKOLOV, Latvia; KANTOR, Sakia, Lithuania


Nezhin-WWII dead and survivors #ukraine

Deanna Levinsky
 

Hello all,
Are there any lists of those who were killed in Nezhin and/or those
who survived as a result of the war?
Researching Rifkin, Slonimsky and Schafferenko and any variations of
these surnames.
Your help would be greatly appreciated as I'm at a dead end.
Deanna Mandel Levinsky


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Nezhin-WWII dead and survivors #ukraine

Deanna Levinsky
 

Hello all,
Are there any lists of those who were killed in Nezhin and/or those
who survived as a result of the war?
Researching Rifkin, Slonimsky and Schafferenko and any variations of
these surnames.
Your help would be greatly appreciated as I'm at a dead end.
Deanna Mandel Levinsky