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Re: Surname DANKER #general

Joseph Hirschfield
 

Amnon Danker is a former editor-in-chief of one of the largest newspapers
in Israel, Maariv.
Needless to say, he is Jewish.

Joseph Hirschfield
Portage, MI
HIRSCHFELD, HIRSZFELD, BUXBAUM, BUCHSBAUM, LINDENBAUM-Sielec Bienkow,
Glinyany, Jaryczow Nowwy, Skwarzawa-GALICIA
MINOFF, MINOWICKI, MINOWITZKI-Wysokie-Litovsk, Brest Litovsk-BELARUS


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Surname DANKER #general

Joseph Hirschfield
 

Amnon Danker is a former editor-in-chief of one of the largest newspapers
in Israel, Maariv.
Needless to say, he is Jewish.

Joseph Hirschfield
Portage, MI
HIRSCHFELD, HIRSZFELD, BUXBAUM, BUCHSBAUM, LINDENBAUM-Sielec Bienkow,
Glinyany, Jaryczow Nowwy, Skwarzawa-GALICIA
MINOFF, MINOWICKI, MINOWITZKI-Wysokie-Litovsk, Brest Litovsk-BELARUS


IGRA's new search engine #latvia

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

IGRA, the Israel Genealogy Research Association has released
its new search engine for the AID (All Israel Databases)
section:

http://genealogy.org.il/AID/

At the IAJGS International Conference in Paris last July, IGRA
was awarded the Stern Grant with the intent that these monies
be used to develop a bi-lingual search engine to improve our
website. We contracted with Brooke Schreier Ganz and worked
closely with her to build what we hope will be a much improved
search experience. Rose Feldman, Carol Hoffman, Daniel Horowitz,
Garri Regev and Philip Trauring has each contributed >from their
special fields to make this possible. We believe we now bring you
a balanced assortment of databases >from the Ottoman, British and
Israeli Administrations, relating to communities >from the north
to the south, and in many different fields. Some of the databases
are in English but most are in Hebrew, with a few additional
languages as well. Each database is presented in the language of
the material found. The search engine, however, is able to
understand both English and Hebrew and will bring you matches in
both languages even if you only entered the name in one language.

There is a virtual keyboard available if you do not have a Hebrew
keyboard but feel the need of one.

You will notice on the right side of the page there are more
filters to fine tune your search, in addition to entering just
the names you are searching. Give them a try!! Adding more or
fewer parameters is quite simple. Our databases and search
engine page is available to all registered users of our website
(registration is free!). Please be sure to log in. You will be
alerted if you do not have permission to access information.
Due to restrictions >from the various archives, we have had to
layer the accessibility to some databases. There are databases
available to everyone. Some of our databases allow you to search
but not to see all the details. Other databases are only for
paid IGRA membership. The same is true for database images.
Nearly all images have been added and the remaining few will be
added in the coming days.

Register now - Webinar, January 13, 2013 (8pm Israel, 1pm EST,
10am PST) - Navigating the All Israel Database Search Engine
(English):

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/180663814

Enjoy!!

Martha Lev-Zion
IGRA


Latvia SIG #Latvia IGRA's new search engine #latvia

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

IGRA, the Israel Genealogy Research Association has released
its new search engine for the AID (All Israel Databases)
section:

http://genealogy.org.il/AID/

At the IAJGS International Conference in Paris last July, IGRA
was awarded the Stern Grant with the intent that these monies
be used to develop a bi-lingual search engine to improve our
website. We contracted with Brooke Schreier Ganz and worked
closely with her to build what we hope will be a much improved
search experience. Rose Feldman, Carol Hoffman, Daniel Horowitz,
Garri Regev and Philip Trauring has each contributed >from their
special fields to make this possible. We believe we now bring you
a balanced assortment of databases >from the Ottoman, British and
Israeli Administrations, relating to communities >from the north
to the south, and in many different fields. Some of the databases
are in English but most are in Hebrew, with a few additional
languages as well. Each database is presented in the language of
the material found. The search engine, however, is able to
understand both English and Hebrew and will bring you matches in
both languages even if you only entered the name in one language.

There is a virtual keyboard available if you do not have a Hebrew
keyboard but feel the need of one.

You will notice on the right side of the page there are more
filters to fine tune your search, in addition to entering just
the names you are searching. Give them a try!! Adding more or
fewer parameters is quite simple. Our databases and search
engine page is available to all registered users of our website
(registration is free!). Please be sure to log in. You will be
alerted if you do not have permission to access information.
Due to restrictions >from the various archives, we have had to
layer the accessibility to some databases. There are databases
available to everyone. Some of our databases allow you to search
but not to see all the details. Other databases are only for
paid IGRA membership. The same is true for database images.
Nearly all images have been added and the remaining few will be
added in the coming days.

Register now - Webinar, January 13, 2013 (8pm Israel, 1pm EST,
10am PST) - Navigating the All Israel Database Search Engine
(English):

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/180663814

Enjoy!!

Martha Lev-Zion
IGRA


SHNEIDERMAN SNIDERMAN MAYERS #latvia

Marcella Shames
 

HI List

Looking for 'anything' or 'anyone' connected with:

Avraham (Shneur Zalman) SHNIDERMAN /Shneiderman/Sniderman/ any spelling

born abt 1842

Iluxste Illuxst
Latvia

Two Wives - I believe with children as follows:

#1 Wife ?

1. Sheina abt 1873
2. Meyer Hirsch (Harry) abt 1882
much later last name became MAYERS
3. Rachel Hinda abt 1883
4. Leopold abt 1889
much later last name became SNIDER
5. Marie abt 1889/1900
6. Annie abt 1893

3 other children

#2 Wife ?

3 children

then daughter Rosa abt 1908

All or many of children left Latvia and went to London (maybe
Lithuania first - area around Rokiskis) - Miles End for a few
years then to South Africa by about 1906

Thanks

Marcella SHAMES


Latvia SIG #Latvia SHNEIDERMAN SNIDERMAN MAYERS #latvia

Marcella Shames
 

HI List

Looking for 'anything' or 'anyone' connected with:

Avraham (Shneur Zalman) SHNIDERMAN /Shneiderman/Sniderman/ any spelling

born abt 1842

Iluxste Illuxst
Latvia

Two Wives - I believe with children as follows:

#1 Wife ?

1. Sheina abt 1873
2. Meyer Hirsch (Harry) abt 1882
much later last name became MAYERS
3. Rachel Hinda abt 1883
4. Leopold abt 1889
much later last name became SNIDER
5. Marie abt 1889/1900
6. Annie abt 1893

3 other children

#2 Wife ?

3 children

then daughter Rosa abt 1908

All or many of children left Latvia and went to London (maybe
Lithuania first - area around Rokiskis) - Miles End for a few
years then to South Africa by about 1906

Thanks

Marcella SHAMES


Births records in Livland from 1867 to 1895 #latvia

Christine Usdin
 


Latvia SIG #Latvia Births records in Livland from 1867 to 1895 #latvia

Christine Usdin
 


Re: Reb Elimelech of Lizensk help website #rabbinic

Moishe Miller
 

Hello,

As a descendant of Pesach Langsam, nephew to the Rebbe Reb Mylech (aka
Noam Elimelech), I have numerous trees >from some of the Weissbloom
descendants, spanning 300 years. If you contact me at the email below
with some more detail, I can see if your relative shows up in any of
those trees.

Keep an open mind, as it may be that in fact they do not descend from
him, but like me, are a nephew. Countless relatives of mine think they
descend >from him, because "they remember hearing we have a connection".

Moishe Miller
moishe.miller@totalben.com
Brooklyn, NY

-------- Original Message --------
From: Avraham David Zoldan <davidz1211@optonline.net>
Date: Sat, January 05, 2013 1:26 pm

I am writing on behalf of a relative whom I have been trying to help.
He has a tradition in his family that they are descendants of R.
Elimelech of Lizensk. I recall reading on this list about a website
whose creator devoted the site to help those descendants with a
tradition of being >from this family to find the exact geneology. If
anyone who knows what the site is please let me know. Thank you.

Avraham David ZOLDAN


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic RE: Reb Elimelech of Lizensk help website #rabbinic

Moishe Miller
 

Hello,

As a descendant of Pesach Langsam, nephew to the Rebbe Reb Mylech (aka
Noam Elimelech), I have numerous trees >from some of the Weissbloom
descendants, spanning 300 years. If you contact me at the email below
with some more detail, I can see if your relative shows up in any of
those trees.

Keep an open mind, as it may be that in fact they do not descend from
him, but like me, are a nephew. Countless relatives of mine think they
descend >from him, because "they remember hearing we have a connection".

Moishe Miller
moishe.miller@totalben.com
Brooklyn, NY

-------- Original Message --------
From: Avraham David Zoldan <davidz1211@optonline.net>
Date: Sat, January 05, 2013 1:26 pm

I am writing on behalf of a relative whom I have been trying to help.
He has a tradition in his family that they are descendants of R.
Elimelech of Lizensk. I recall reading on this list about a website
whose creator devoted the site to help those descendants with a
tradition of being >from this family to find the exact geneology. If
anyone who knows what the site is please let me know. Thank you.

Avraham David ZOLDAN


IGRA's New Search Engine and databases for Israel #rabbinic

Billie Stein <billie.stein@...>
 

IGRA Israel Genealogy Research Association has released its new search
engine for the AID (All Israel Databases) section available at:
http://genealogy.org.il/AID/.

In July, at the IAJGS International Conference in Paris, IGRA was
awarded the Stern Grant with the intent that these monies to be used
to develop a bi-lingual search engine to improve our website. We
contracted with Brooke Schreier Ganz and worked closely with her to
build what we hope will be a much improved search experience. Rose
Feldman, Carol Hoffman, Daniel Horowitz, Garri Regev and Philip
Trauring have each given >from their special fields to make this
possible. We believe we bring you now a balanced assortment of
databases >from the Ottoman, British and Israeli Administrations,
relating to communities >from the north to the south, and in many
different fields. Some of the databases are in English but most are
in Hebrew, with a few additional
languages as well. Each database is presented in the language of the
material found. The search engine, however, is able to understand
both English and Hebrew and will bring you matches in both languages
even if you only entered the name in one language.

There is a virtual keyboard if you do not have a Hebrew keyboard and
want to use one.

You will notice that in addition to entering the names you are
searching there are possible filters on the right side of the page to
help you fine tune your search. Try them out!! Adding more or taking
them away is quite simple. Our databases and search engine page is
available to all registered users of our website (free).
Please be sure to log in. You will be alerted if you do not have
permission to access information. Due to restrictions >from the
various archives we have had to layer the accessibility of our
databases. There are databases available to
everyone. Some of our databases allow you to search but not to see all
of the details. Other databases are only for paid IGRA members. The
same is true for the images of the databases. Almost all of the
images have been added and more will be added in the coming days.

Register now - Webinar, January 13, 2013 (8pm Israel, 1pm EST, 10am
PST) - Navigating the All Israel Database Search Engine (English):
https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/180663814

Billie Stein
Givatayim Israel


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic IGRA's New Search Engine and databases for Israel #rabbinic

Billie Stein <billie.stein@...>
 

IGRA Israel Genealogy Research Association has released its new search
engine for the AID (All Israel Databases) section available at:
http://genealogy.org.il/AID/.

In July, at the IAJGS International Conference in Paris, IGRA was
awarded the Stern Grant with the intent that these monies to be used
to develop a bi-lingual search engine to improve our website. We
contracted with Brooke Schreier Ganz and worked closely with her to
build what we hope will be a much improved search experience. Rose
Feldman, Carol Hoffman, Daniel Horowitz, Garri Regev and Philip
Trauring have each given >from their special fields to make this
possible. We believe we bring you now a balanced assortment of
databases >from the Ottoman, British and Israeli Administrations,
relating to communities >from the north to the south, and in many
different fields. Some of the databases are in English but most are
in Hebrew, with a few additional
languages as well. Each database is presented in the language of the
material found. The search engine, however, is able to understand
both English and Hebrew and will bring you matches in both languages
even if you only entered the name in one language.

There is a virtual keyboard if you do not have a Hebrew keyboard and
want to use one.

You will notice that in addition to entering the names you are
searching there are possible filters on the right side of the page to
help you fine tune your search. Try them out!! Adding more or taking
them away is quite simple. Our databases and search engine page is
available to all registered users of our website (free).
Please be sure to log in. You will be alerted if you do not have
permission to access information. Due to restrictions >from the
various archives we have had to layer the accessibility of our
databases. There are databases available to
everyone. Some of our databases allow you to search but not to see all
of the details. Other databases are only for paid IGRA members. The
same is true for the images of the databases. Almost all of the
images have been added and more will be added in the coming days.

Register now - Webinar, January 13, 2013 (8pm Israel, 1pm EST, 10am
PST) - Navigating the All Israel Database Search Engine (English):
https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/180663814

Billie Stein
Givatayim Israel


New search engine for Eretz Israel data #sephardic

Mathilde
 

Dear all,
IGRA Israel Genealogy Research Association has released its new search
engine for the AID (All Israel Databases) section
http://genealogy.org.il/AID/.
In July, at the IAJGS International Conference in Paris, IGRA was
awarded the Stern Grant with the intent that these monies to be used
to develop a bi-lingual search engine to improve our website. We
contracted with Brooke Schreier Ganz and worked closely with her to
build what we hope will be a much improved search experience. Rose
Feldman, Carol Hoffman, Daniel Horowitz, Garri Regev and Philip
Trauring have each given >from their special fields to make this
possible. We believe we bring you now a balanced assortment of
databases >from the Ottoman, British and Israeli Administrations,
relating to communities >from the north to the south, and in many
different fields. Some of the
databases are in English but most are in Hebrew, with a few additional
languages as well. Each database is presented in the language of the
material found. The search engine, however, is able to understand
both English and Hebrew and will bring you matches in both languages
even if you only entered the name in one language.

There is a virtual keyboard if you do not have a Hebrew keyboard and
want to use one.

You will notice that in addition to entering the names you are
searching there are possible filters on the right side of the page to
help you fine tune your search. Try them out!! Adding more or taking
them away is quite simple. Our databases and search engine page is
available to all registered users of our website (free).
Please be sure to log in. You will be alerted if you do not have
permission to access information. Due to restrictions >from the
various archives we have had to layer the accessibility of our
databases. There are databases available to
everyone. Some of our databases allow you to search but not to see all
of the details. Other databases are only for paid IGRA members. The
same is true for the images of the databases. Almost all of the
images have been added and more will be added in the coming days.

Register now - Webinar, January 13, 2013 (8pm Israel, 1pm EST, 10am
PST) - Navigating the All Israel Database Search Engine (English):
https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/180663814

Thank you!
Mathilde Tagger
IGRA Team


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim New search engine for Eretz Israel data #sephardic

Mathilde
 

Dear all,
IGRA Israel Genealogy Research Association has released its new search
engine for the AID (All Israel Databases) section
http://genealogy.org.il/AID/.
In July, at the IAJGS International Conference in Paris, IGRA was
awarded the Stern Grant with the intent that these monies to be used
to develop a bi-lingual search engine to improve our website. We
contracted with Brooke Schreier Ganz and worked closely with her to
build what we hope will be a much improved search experience. Rose
Feldman, Carol Hoffman, Daniel Horowitz, Garri Regev and Philip
Trauring have each given >from their special fields to make this
possible. We believe we bring you now a balanced assortment of
databases >from the Ottoman, British and Israeli Administrations,
relating to communities >from the north to the south, and in many
different fields. Some of the
databases are in English but most are in Hebrew, with a few additional
languages as well. Each database is presented in the language of the
material found. The search engine, however, is able to understand
both English and Hebrew and will bring you matches in both languages
even if you only entered the name in one language.

There is a virtual keyboard if you do not have a Hebrew keyboard and
want to use one.

You will notice that in addition to entering the names you are
searching there are possible filters on the right side of the page to
help you fine tune your search. Try them out!! Adding more or taking
them away is quite simple. Our databases and search engine page is
available to all registered users of our website (free).
Please be sure to log in. You will be alerted if you do not have
permission to access information. Due to restrictions >from the
various archives we have had to layer the accessibility of our
databases. There are databases available to
everyone. Some of our databases allow you to search but not to see all
of the details. Other databases are only for paid IGRA members. The
same is true for the images of the databases. Almost all of the
images have been added and more will be added in the coming days.

Register now - Webinar, January 13, 2013 (8pm Israel, 1pm EST, 10am
PST) - Navigating the All Israel Database Search Engine (English):
https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/180663814

Thank you!
Mathilde Tagger
IGRA Team


IGRA's new search engine #scandinavia

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

IGRA, the Israel Genealogy Research Association has released
its new search engine for the AID (All Israel Databases)
section:

http://genealogy.org.il/AID/

At the IAJGS International Conference in Paris last July, IGRA
was awarded the Stern Grant with the intent that these monies
be used to develop a bi-lingual search engine to improve our
website. We contracted with Brooke Schreier Ganz and worked
closely with her to build what we hope will be a much improved
search experience. Rose Feldman, Carol Hoffman, Daniel Horowitz,
Garri Regev and Philip Trauring has each contributed >from their
special fields to make this possible. We believe we now bring you
a balanced assortment of databases >from the Ottoman, British and
Israeli Administrations, relating to communities >from the north
to the south, and in many different fields. Some of the databases
are in English but most are in Hebrew, with a few additional
languages as well. Each database is presented in the language of
the material found. The search engine, however, is able to
understand both English and Hebrew and will bring you matches in
both languages even if you only entered the name in one language.

There is a virtual keyboard available if you do not have a Hebrew
keyboard but feel the need of one.

You will notice on the right side of the page there are more
filters to fine tune your search, in addition to entering just
the names you are searching. Give them a try!! Adding more or
fewer parameters is quite simple. Our databases and search
engine page is available to all registered users of our website
(registration is free!). Please be sure to log in. You will be
alerted if you do not have permission to access information.
Due to restrictions >from the various archives, we have had to
layer the accessibility to some databases. There are databases
available to everyone. Some of our databases allow you to search
but not to see all the details. Other databases are only for
paid IGRA membership. The same is true for database images.
Nearly all images have been added and the remaining few will be
added in the coming days.

Register now - Webinar, January 13, 2013 (8pm Israel, 1pm EST,
10am PST) - Navigating the All Israel Database Search Engine
(English):

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/180663814

Enjoy!!

Martha Lev-Zion
IGRA


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia IGRA's new search engine #scandinavia

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

IGRA, the Israel Genealogy Research Association has released
its new search engine for the AID (All Israel Databases)
section:

http://genealogy.org.il/AID/

At the IAJGS International Conference in Paris last July, IGRA
was awarded the Stern Grant with the intent that these monies
be used to develop a bi-lingual search engine to improve our
website. We contracted with Brooke Schreier Ganz and worked
closely with her to build what we hope will be a much improved
search experience. Rose Feldman, Carol Hoffman, Daniel Horowitz,
Garri Regev and Philip Trauring has each contributed >from their
special fields to make this possible. We believe we now bring you
a balanced assortment of databases >from the Ottoman, British and
Israeli Administrations, relating to communities >from the north
to the south, and in many different fields. Some of the databases
are in English but most are in Hebrew, with a few additional
languages as well. Each database is presented in the language of
the material found. The search engine, however, is able to
understand both English and Hebrew and will bring you matches in
both languages even if you only entered the name in one language.

There is a virtual keyboard available if you do not have a Hebrew
keyboard but feel the need of one.

You will notice on the right side of the page there are more
filters to fine tune your search, in addition to entering just
the names you are searching. Give them a try!! Adding more or
fewer parameters is quite simple. Our databases and search
engine page is available to all registered users of our website
(registration is free!). Please be sure to log in. You will be
alerted if you do not have permission to access information.
Due to restrictions >from the various archives, we have had to
layer the accessibility to some databases. There are databases
available to everyone. Some of our databases allow you to search
but not to see all the details. Other databases are only for
paid IGRA membership. The same is true for database images.
Nearly all images have been added and the remaining few will be
added in the coming days.

Register now - Webinar, January 13, 2013 (8pm Israel, 1pm EST,
10am PST) - Navigating the All Israel Database Search Engine
(English):

https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/180663814

Enjoy!!

Martha Lev-Zion
IGRA


Kudrincze/Kudrincke #austria-czech

Wendy Hoechstetter
 

Hi, folks,

I'm researching my great great grandparents Mandel and Rachel KIMELMAN
and six of their children, and have found the ship's manifest for their
immigration to the US on the S.S. Sorrento out of Hamburg May 24, 1899,
arriving New York. It is showing their prior residence as Kudrincze or
Kudrincke/Kudrinche (I can't really make out the next to last letter).
Where is/was this? I can't turn up anything in a Google search for
either spelling. I know that both of them were born in Austria, and
believe that all the children were as well.

Thanks for any light you can shed on this question.

Wendy Hoechstetter
Mill Valley, CA, USA


Badatelna.cz #austria-czech

easpira@...
 

Dear Members,

The records completed have been a treasure trove of valuable
information. But some of us are still eagerly awaiting the records
from towns at the end of the alphabet. Does anyone know when the next
(and last) set of records >from the Czech archives will be available
for viewing online?

To expedite the process might it be possible to put online the new
records >from the various towns other than Praha? It would appear that
completing the latter records is holding up release of the remaining
town records.

Gratefully yours,
Arthur Spira
British Columbia, Canada

Researching: Spira, Wertheimer, Ornstein >from Trebic; Max >from Safov;
anyone else >from Trebic


Translation from Czech on ViewMate #austria-czech

jberlowitz331@...
 

Dear Genners,
I've just posted a brief notation to a 19th-century birth entry from
Liten, Bohemia, to ViewMate, here:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM25461.

The notation is in modern hand and dated 1953. I'd appreciate a close
rendering in English, sent to my private email.

Judith Berlowitz
Oakland, CA


Searching for descendants of ESTRANGED Benjamin GRAU and his son Frederick GRAU #austria-czech

Connie Malone
 

I am searching for the descendants of Benjamin Grau. >from his passenger
list, Benjamin, a butcher, arrived in New York in November 1911, as Pinkus
GRAU, >from Kuty, Poland (formerly Poland, Galicia, Austrian Empire; Kuty
today in the Ukraine).

Benjamin was born sometime 1894-1895 in Kuty. His father was Moses GRAU, a
butcher. My mother said he was the youngest of 7 known children: Mordecai
(born 1880), Welwel (born 1885; Henny (born 1887), Miriam (born 1890),
Joseph (born 1892, died 1972), and twins Rachel and Rivka. Hearsay, we
believe Benjamin died shortly after Joseph's death.

I emphasize "ESTRANGED Benjamin" because sometime after the 1925 New York
census and before the 1930 US Federal Census, he left his wife, Rose, and
his son, Frederick, also known as "Freddy," and may have gone to California.
Benjamin did not want his family to know his whereabouts. The only people
who remained in contact with Benjamin were his brother Joseph (a
self-employed jeweler/watchmaker) and Joseph's wife Celia. It's possible he
may have changed his name and may even have another family, I just don't
know.

Benjamin's son, Frederick, was born possibly September 1919 in New York.
Benjamin's wife, Rose, born about 1895 in Poland. >from census records,
Benjamin, self-employed as a butcher, and the family resided in New York on
39th St, Brooklyn in 1920; Prospect Ave, Bronx, in 1925; and 47th St,
Brooklyn in 1930. Brother Joseph and Celia lived on Flushing St, Forest
Hills, Queens, New York.

Please reply to connie.malone@cox.net.

Connie Malone
La Mesa, San Diego, California

Researching:
ZWIEBACK (Vienna, Austria; Kuty, Stanislawow, Poland/Ukraine);
GRAU (Kuty, Poland/Ukraine; Israel; USA);
SENDER (Kuty, Stanislawow, Poland /Ukraine; USA);
OREN (Israel);
MINSTER (Kuty, Poland /Ukraine);
VERNEY (London, United Kingdom); SULLIVAN (Cork, Ireland/London, United
Kingdom).
And all variant spellings.

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