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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
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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 <https://groups.jewishgen.org/g/main> ("JewishGen.org: The Global Home for Jewish Genealogy" is only for the online presence of the JewishGen main discussion group.

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

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

David


Re: Zlotnick

Lindsay Sweetnam
 

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


Re: receiving multiple digests and duplicate emails

Chuck Weinstein
 

Also: Is there a Lithuania SIG?  I didn’t see one in your list.

The Litvak SIG has a discussion group accessible from JewishGen's home page.

Chuck Weinstein
chuck1@...


Re: Zlotnick

Jerry Krassner
 

Bruce- I too have a ZLOTNICK interest. A relative of mine (exact connection is under evaluation but a DNA match is involved) is the grandson of Myra ZLOTNICK and Mark LEAS, of Capetown S Africa. Myra and her sisters (Ruby, Rhoda, Doris, Iris, Alma, Lucille, Zena) were daughters of Hymie ZLOTNICK and Anna KUWTER (~1882-1940). Although Hymie and Anna lived in Capetown, I suspect a Lithuanian ancestry.

Hymie had a brother who came to USA ~1904 and changed his name to SILVERMAN. No other information available.

Does any of this sound familiar?- Jerry


Re: Comments about format change

David Brostoff
 

On Oct 14, 2019, at 4:07 PM, Carolyn Lea <leacl7@...> wrote:

I tried to login to Jgen and it says I don't have a password. Do we all have to change our password?
If by Jgen you mean this page <https://groups.jewishgen.org/g/main>, that is only for the JewishGen.org Discussion Group.

(The green title "JewishGen.org: The Global Home for Jewish Genealogy" is misleading -- the "regular" JewishGen.org site remains where it has always been and can be accessed as usual.)

So, you don't have to change your password for the regular site but you do have to create a new password if you want to log on to the discussion group online.

To do that, click the green "Log in if you are already a member" button near the bottom of the page, then on the resulting page click "Forgot your password, or don't have one yet?".

Enter your email address and click "Email me a link to log in," and when you get the link, click it to log in and create a password for the discussion group site.

Note that your regular JewishGen.org account will remain unchanged.

David


Re: Cherkassy-Smela #ukraine

JudiZimmer
 

Hoping to find more information about my grandfather, Max Rothstein (Smela)His father and grandfather, Shlomo and Nachum (Rotshteyn), his uncle Shimon, Shimon's children Isaak, Shlomo, Max, Rosa and Riva. Also from Cherkassy, my great-grandmother Chaya Kosminsky, her parents Pincus and Bessie (obviously Anglicized), my great-uncle Nissen (Nathan) Kosminsky, my great-aunt  Chave Kosminsky, Nissen's wife Gittel Cherkasy and her parents, Jonah and Tolia Tovorovsky. As you can see, I have extensive family from both Smela and Cherkassy, but I think my grandfather Max must have had siblings and I'm trying to find them and their descendants. I remember an aunt, Tante Perel, but have no information about her, other than she was from his side of the family. I could never connect them as siblings.

Thanks,
Judi Rothstein Zimmer


Re: Cherkassy-Smela #ukraine

JudiZimmer
 

Hoping to find more information about my grandfather, Max Rothstein (Smela)His father and grandfather, Shlomo and Nachum (Rotshteyn), his uncle Shimon, Shimon's children Isaak, Shlomo, Max, Rosa and Riva. Also from Cherkassy, my great-grandmother Chaya Kosminsky, her parents Pincus and Bessie (obviously Anglicized), my great-uncle Nissen (Nathan) Kosminsky, my great-aunt  Chave Kosminsky, Nissen's wife Gittel Cherkasy and her parents, Jonah and Tolia Tovorovsky. As you can see, I have extensive family from both Smela and Cherkassy, but I think my grandfather Max must have had siblings and I'm trying to find them and their descendants. I remember an aunt, Tante Perel, but have no information about her, other than she was from his side of the family. I could never connect them as siblings.

Thanks,
Judi Rothstein Zimmer


Re: Comments about format change

Carolyn Lea
 

I tried to login to Jgen and it says I don't have a password. Do we all  have to change our password?

Carolyn Lea


Re: Genealogy software for Linux

laura ramona
 

Hello everybody,
I am looking for the Aron/Aaron family from Podoleni, Romania.


Re: JGSGW Presents Telling Your Story, Leaving a Legacy with Anne Bolen on Sunday, October 20, 2019

Annette Weiss
 

For the last 4 years I have been the volunteer leader of a group at the JCCManhattan for a program called the Memory Book Project, where I take pairs of volunteers and assign them to an elderly person to capture their stories.  Using Mixbook.com, we create hardcover books for them to share with their families.  Having grown up without any grandparents, I want to make sure that no on suffers the same sense of identity deprivation that I have.  My team has done 10 books so far and it's truly been a labor of love, and I'm happy to see other organizations taking up the cause!


Re: Hebrew/Russian translation requested

Alan Shuchat
 

As others have pointed out, the top is in Yiddish. Here's a translation.

Yiddish: My dear beloved brother Borekh and sister-in-law with your beloved children. To you as a remembrance from your sister Rosie and my little son Leybenyu.

Russian: To my dear ones, newly found brother, sister-in-law, and beloved children from sister Reyzl and son Leybele. Proskurov 29 July 1947.

Alan Shuchat
Newton, MA

SHUKHAT (Talnoe, Simferopol, Sevastopol, Odessa, Balta (Abazovka), Pogrebishche)
VINOKUR (Talnoe), KURIS (Mogilev-Podolskiy, Ataki, Berdichev)
ZILBERMAN (Soroki, Kremenets), BIRNBAUM (Kamenets-Podolskiy)
KITAIGORODSKI (Zvenigorodka)


Help needed to recognise this Ferramonti couple please 1943 e #holocaust #austria-czech #germany

YBentham
 

I have photos of various people from Ferramonti di Tarsia internment camp whose identity I am trying to establish. They were a married couple, no children, he apparently from Zagreb, she German. He was quite a few years older than her and diabetic. They left the camp after it was liberated in September 1943 and then went to Bari, (Italy) but after that I have no idea. As my late father's book on Ferramonti is nearing completion it would be great to include these people in the photo section. My father is in the photo of 3, the man on the right. Sorry I have mis-labelled them all but I hope it makes sense. Many thanks.


Re: Digest

sjgwed@...
 

I, too, requested a summary - one per day - but now receive digests every hour at least, day after day! I would think the servers would deliver the digest in the same form that members received it previously. One per day is plenty, please.

Susan Gordon


Re: receiving multiple digests and duplicate emails

Jack Berger
 

Can someone tell me how to compose and send my own message without having to reply to something already posted?

 

I can’t believe I cannot find this feature anywhere.

 

Also: Is there a Lithuania SIG?  I didn’t see one in your list.

 

Pls advis

JSB


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Re: Please help with Hungarian translation on Viewmate

judyyoung@...
 

How does one get on Viewmate from this message? Before one could link directly to the Viewmate page with the request. Now I would think there are several extra steps to make to find the page? Sorry about sending this to everyone; I don't see how to reply just to Beth or how to get on the site and then get back here.  Judy Young


Re: New JewishGen platform

Alan Ehrlich
 

Yes, I simply switched, in the settings link, to daily digests, Now I really like the new platform. It offers very useful new features, and "overview" with this "delivery" frequency is perfect as well. 

Friendly regards,
Alan Ehrlich (JGen No. 6925)
Geneva, Switzerland
 


How to privately reply

Marjorie Geiser
 

Here's a question related to the new system:

I've found that not everyone's email is showing up with a link when I get the digests.

As a consequence, I wasn't able to privately thank two people who answered my question about SS5 and Immigrants.

I looked at the online option, and under each reply, there's a link to 'reply,' but does anyone know if that option replies just to the person, or does it go to the whole group?

Thanks,

Margie Geiser
Arizona, USA

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