lists of businesses in Oradea #romania

elran dvir <elran.dvir@...>

Hi All,

According to this
link: ,
there is a list of businesses in Oradea that is searchable in JewishGen.
Is it true?
When I searched the town of Oradea in JewishGen Romania Database, I
didn't any source who description is "lists of businesses" or
something of this sort.

Thank you.

Romania SIG #Romania lists of businesses in Oradea #romania

elran dvir <elran.dvir@...>

Hi All,

According to this
link: ,
there is a list of businesses in Oradea that is searchable in JewishGen.
Is it true?
When I searched the town of Oradea in JewishGen Romania Database, I
didn't any source who description is "lists of businesses" or
something of this sort.

Thank you.

Re: SIG emails

Jo Ann Goldwater

I am not getting my SIG messages either. What do you have to do to receive them?

Moderator note: There was no change at all with the SIG groups. Only the JewishGen Discussion Group was upgraded at this time. When a message is posted in your particular SIG group, you will still receive it

Re: information abour Nowy Sacz, former Galicia #galicia


Let me know what surnames you’re looking for.

IGRA Meeting October 29th in Ra'anana, Israel- "The Jewish Heritage of Iraq: What Sources and Sites Remain"

Elena Bazes

Join us for the next IGRA meeting in Ra’anana on October 29, 2019. Our
guest speaker is Dr. Harold Rhode who will speak on “The Jewish
Heritage of Iraq: What Sources and Sites Remain”.

In 2003, Dr. Rhode was one of the team that rescued the treasure trove
of artifacts of the Jewish community of Iraq, which were buried under
four feet of water in the basement of the Mukhabarat, Sadam Hussein’s
former Intelligence Headquarters.

Dr. Rhode will show photographs and talk about his experiences in Iraq
in 2003. He will also give updates on the situation.

Dr. Rhode holds a PhD in Islamic History. He has worked in Islamic
Affairs for the U.S government. He has been researching his family
history since 1970.

NEW LOCATION: Ra’anana Archives, 6 Golomb Street (between Eliezer
Yaffe and Borochov streets), Ra'anana.

Doors open at 19:00 Meeting begins at 19:30.

Cost: IGRA members-Free Admission Non-members-NIS 20

To join IGRA, go to

Elena Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chair

Re: PLEASE READ: Multiple Digest Issues

Deborah Blinder

I suspect that once the focus of messages in this discussion group turns back to genealogy and away from the new format, the digests will likely dwindle to one a day. Before the change, there were rarely more than 12 posts in a daily digest. 
Deborah Blankenberg (JewishGen ID #613395)
Lodi, CA
Researching BLOCH/BLOCK (Germany to New York, Colombia and Missouri), BLINDER (Kishinev to New York via Poland and Paris), KUSHER/KUSZER (Lodz vicinity to New York via Paris), GOLDSCHMIDT (Germany)

Re: Multiple digests


Dear all -
I too found the multiple daily digests very annoying, and switched to "daily summary", which I find very comfortable. 
I really like the interactive interface in the new format, which allows one to easily see all messages in a thread, as well as all the other new bells and whistles. 
That having been said, I would like to point out that this is indeed a change that might take some getting used to, by us the users.  
Also - using the daily summary makes it that much more important to use a meaningful subject line. 

Thanks for your good work.
Jane Vogel-Kohai
Mesilat Tziyon, Israel

Re: Discussion Group - Digest #1

Eva Lawrence

I was able to change the size of the messages in the Digest by right-clicking and choosing Zoom. The Digest became much easier to read. Also, my Digest arrives with blue base and header - perhaps the green one isn't due to Jewishgen, but to your email programme..
Eva Lawrence
St Albans, UK.

Re: Comments about format change

Sue Frank

I found I had to come up with a new password to access my mailing list subscriptions but your old password should still work on the main website. Mine still does. It’s a shame we now have to have two.

Sue Frank

Re: Replying individually to someone who has posted a message

Sue Frank

I have now opted to receive individual messengers/threads as I find that easier than the daily digest. Even though this generates more emails, I can create a filter to put Jewishgen emails in their own folder. On the individual emails it’s easy to reply to the person who sent it rather than to the group by going to the sender’s name at the top of the email. This links to their email address. I don’t know if this also works in the digest as I have now changed the way I receive messages.

Sue Frank

Re: Password etc

David Lewin

At 13:12 14/10/2019, Renate Rosenau wrote:
I transliterated and translated VM 75434, but I was not able to send it.
I was not able to use View/Reply online.
I do not have a password.
I have sent you my new eMail-address RRoAZ@..., but that is not yet in your system.
So I send my translation to VM this way, hoping to get fully into the new system soon.
Renate Rosenau,
Alzey, Germany
ID 75502, AGNES

I must ask - is it the same Renate, friend of the late Lili Ulbrich?

If so - regards from London

David Lewin

Search & Unite attempt to help locate people who, despite the passage of so many years since World War II, may still exist "out there".
We also assist in the process of re-possession of property in the Czech Republic and Israel.
See our Web pages at and at

Re: websites and aids

Kitty Munson Cooper

I would be happy to tteach you or whomever steps up to help.
If no one steps up then I will do those updates

I am a retired web designer/developer. Here is my Shtetl site which has not been updated in years!

The IAJGS cemetery has been upgraded and has a new shorter URL

Kitty Munson Cooper

The IAJGS cemetery site has been updated, the photos are back, the site can now be viewed on smartphones and tablets

The new URL is
Old URLs should get you to the new site
Our editors are now getting caught up on edits and photos that had to wait for the upgrade. Please feel free to send us your correction and photos again!

Kitty Munson Cooper
IAJGS jewish cemetery project webmaster

Re: Replying individually to someone who has posted a message

Barbara Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>


This is how the email you sent appeared.   Note the sender’s name (Bruce Drake).  All I had to do was click on your name to see your address. I then copied it and put it in the  To: space of the email.

Barbara Stern Mannlein
Tucson, Arizona

On Oct 14, 2019, at 1:10 PM, Bruce Drake <Bdrake100@...> wrote:

I'm sure the answer to this is staring me right in the face, but on the old listserv, when someone posted a message you could see his/her email address is you wanted to send a reply that might not be of interest to the whole group. But I'm not seeing it on this new platform. Where do I look or how do I do it?


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Platform and Android


I like the new platform but have a few questions, mostly related to using it on an Android phone. I'm not sure if it relates to the settings of the digest or to my phone settings, so if anyone can please enlighten me, I'd appreciate it.

1) The digest headings are hyperlinks to the actual discussion topic. I like the idea but can't seem to get the links to work on my Android. (I've enabled links). If this is a browser problem, how can I fix it?
2) The digest font is small. How do I make it larger and fit what I'm reading into the screen?
3) This question is related to the above two. When I click, "Load more" on my Android, the digest changes size and is no longer user friendly within the confines of the Android screen. I need to scroll back and forth in order to read the screen. How do I remedy that?

If these are not browser problems, but rather problems with the format of the digest, I'd appreciate someone providing a remedy to these issues.

I want to thank all the people who are embarking on modernizing our Jewish genealogical community by updating the website and the digests. Most of you are volunteers and I appreciate all that you are doing!

Thank you,
Tammy Weingarten

Location of message senders

Beverley Davis

I would appreciate the addition of the location of senders of messages added to their name (and also showing their email address for off-list communications.)

Beverley Davis
Melbourne, Australia

common names Zelensky #belarus #ukraine

Gayle Schlissel Riley

I have a Belarusian branch with the name Zelensky. The Ukrainian President is Jewish. Is the name  Zelensky a common name? Are all spellings the same name? Could we be related? I can not go back very far. The oldest  is Movsha born 1817. Opinion please.
    Rose Ette Zelevasky 1846 married to Mendel Garfinkel 1832 Thank you Gayle

Re: PLEASE READ: Multiple Digest Issues

jonathan goldstine

Please provide an option for a daily email with messages included,

Jonathan Goldstine

Re: SIG membership lists subscription lists

David Brostoff

On Oct 14, 2019, at 10:02 AM, Chaim freedman <chaimjan@...> wrote:

I cannot find my list of SIG membership lists from the new main page of Jewishgen.
As I wrote in another thread, the page at <> (" The Global Home for Jewish Genealogy" is only for the online presence of the JewishGen main discussion group.

The "regular" site, where you can manage your SIG discussion groups, hasn't changed.

To find the list of your SIG discussion groups, log on to as usual, click "Search," then "My Profile," then under "Mailing Lists: You are currently subscribed to X JewishGen Mailing Lists," click "View/Edit."


Re: Zlotnick

Lindsay Sweetnam

This Zlotnick married my great grandmothers nephew. I don’t know anything about her family though. 

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