Date   

Marianne Golz #austria-czech

Helen Epstein
 

On September 4, I received this email >from Berlin:

"Dear Helen,

A close friend of mine in Prague just read the Czech translation of
your book "Where She Came From" in which over two pages you mention
your mother Franci in a cell at Pankrac prison in Prague.There she has
a discourse with Marianne, my father's first wife. As your description
appears to be based on some kind of facts that you have I would really
be interested to learn the source.


I was born in Britain in 1947 as the son of my father's second wife,
Ida who he could only marry after receiving the documents of
Marianne's death in 1943.
I look forward to hearing >from you.

Kind regards
Ronnie Golz"

In June of 1939, my mother was arrested by the Gestapo along with her
parents and housed in a cell in Pankrac prison in Prague with Marianne
Golz. Marianne taught her the ropes of prison life and advised her to
try to flee Czechoslovakia if she could.

Hans Golz was an Austrian Jewish journalist who moved to Berlin,
worked with Willy Haas, moved to Prague, then managed to get to
England and eventually made his home in West Berlin where Ronnie grew
up.

If anyone knows anything about this please email me.


-- Thanks,

Helen

P.S. I'm launching my last book in Czech translation (O Cem se
nemluvi) at the American Center in Prague Setember 27 at 7 pm. If
you're there, please come say hello!



helenepstein.com


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Marianne Golz #austria-czech

Helen Epstein
 

On September 4, I received this email >from Berlin:

"Dear Helen,

A close friend of mine in Prague just read the Czech translation of
your book "Where She Came From" in which over two pages you mention
your mother Franci in a cell at Pankrac prison in Prague.There she has
a discourse with Marianne, my father's first wife. As your description
appears to be based on some kind of facts that you have I would really
be interested to learn the source.


I was born in Britain in 1947 as the son of my father's second wife,
Ida who he could only marry after receiving the documents of
Marianne's death in 1943.
I look forward to hearing >from you.

Kind regards
Ronnie Golz"

In June of 1939, my mother was arrested by the Gestapo along with her
parents and housed in a cell in Pankrac prison in Prague with Marianne
Golz. Marianne taught her the ropes of prison life and advised her to
try to flee Czechoslovakia if she could.

Hans Golz was an Austrian Jewish journalist who moved to Berlin,
worked with Willy Haas, moved to Prague, then managed to get to
England and eventually made his home in West Berlin where Ronnie grew
up.

If anyone knows anything about this please email me.


-- Thanks,

Helen

P.S. I'm launching my last book in Czech translation (O Cem se
nemluvi) at the American Center in Prague Setember 27 at 7 pm. If
you're there, please come say hello!



helenepstein.com


Re: Concept of zustaendig in Austrian empire records #austria-czech

Michael Gordy
 

Traude Triebel rightly reminds me that this has been discussed on our
SIG in the past. I am searching the SIG archives, and will write a
summary soon.

Michael Gordy


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Concept of zustaendig in Austrian empire records #austria-czech

Michael Gordy
 

Traude Triebel rightly reminds me that this has been discussed on our
SIG in the past. I am searching the SIG archives, and will write a
summary soon.

Michael Gordy


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Bill Yoffee z'l #lithuania

LitvakSIG <treasurer@...>
 

LitvakSIG recently learned of the death of William "Bill" Yoffee on August
2, 2018 in Silver Spring, MD at the age of 86 years. Bill is survived by
son Michael, daughter Stephanie and four grandchildren.

Bill had been the Panevezys District Research Group coordinator for
several years, as well as a member of the LitvakSIG Board of Directors.

Bill had a deep interest in historical research and as a former rabbinical
student, he maintained a lifelong interest in Jewish religious and
educational affairs.

Eden Joachim


Bill Yoffee z'l #lithuania

LitvakSIG <treasurer@...>
 

LitvakSIG recently learned of the death of William "Bill" Yoffee on August
2, 2018 in Silver Spring, MD at the age of 86 years. Bill is survived by
son Michael, daughter Stephanie and four grandchildren.

Bill had been the Panevezys District Research Group coordinator for
several years, as well as a member of the LitvakSIG Board of Directors.

Bill had a deep interest in historical research and as a former rabbinical
student, he maintained a lifelong interest in Jewish religious and
educational affairs.

Eden Joachim


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Getting scans #poland

Stephen Weinstein
 

The microfilm number is probably a reference to the LDS microfilm.
The old procedure used to be that you went to your local LDS church's
family history center and had them order the actual microfilm, which
was mailed to them, and you could view it on their machine. This
required you to go there and pay the postage, and it took a long time.

The new procedure is:
1) You go to familysearch dot org and see if it has been scanned yet.
2) If it has been scanned, you can view it online.
3) If it has not been scanned, then you fill out a request online for
someone in Utah to scan it for you. The scanning is a manual process,
and may take some time.

Stephen Weinstein
stephenweinstein@...


________________________________
From: "Richard Lewis Zeckel rz7923@..." <jri-pl@...>
To: JRI-Poland <jri-pl@...>
Sent: Monday, September 3, 2018 9:19 PM
Subject: [jri-pl] Getting scans

Visit the JRI-Poland web site at http://www.jri-poland.org
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I'm sure this has been covered somewhere and I just can't find it, but
there is data that I'd like to get more information on. For example,
my great-grandmother is on the Plonsk PSA Births list as DACH Ruchia
Laia. It shows the year of her birth but nothing else, other than an
Akta value of 27. Is there more information that just hasn't made it
into the database yet? If so, how can I get that? Similarly, her
father's name is Aron DACH and he shows up in a similar report with a
whole lot of data fields filled in, but not necessarily enough for me
to be sure the one in the report is the one I'm looking for. There is
a reference to a Microfilm number. How can I get a copy of what is on
that microfilm?

--
Rick Zeckel
Carmel, Indiana 46032
USA
rz7923@...


Re: Getting scans #poland

Stephen Weinstein
 

The microfilm number is probably a reference to the LDS microfilm.
The old procedure used to be that you went to your local LDS church's
family history center and had them order the actual microfilm, which
was mailed to them, and you could view it on their machine. This
required you to go there and pay the postage, and it took a long time.

The new procedure is:
1) You go to familysearch dot org and see if it has been scanned yet.
2) If it has been scanned, you can view it online.
3) If it has not been scanned, then you fill out a request online for
someone in Utah to scan it for you. The scanning is a manual process,
and may take some time.

Stephen Weinstein
stephenweinstein@...


________________________________
From: "Richard Lewis Zeckel rz7923@..." <jri-pl@...>
To: JRI-Poland <jri-pl@...>
Sent: Monday, September 3, 2018 9:19 PM
Subject: [jri-pl] Getting scans

Visit the JRI-Poland web site at http://www.jri-poland.org
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I'm sure this has been covered somewhere and I just can't find it, but
there is data that I'd like to get more information on. For example,
my great-grandmother is on the Plonsk PSA Births list as DACH Ruchia
Laia. It shows the year of her birth but nothing else, other than an
Akta value of 27. Is there more information that just hasn't made it
into the database yet? If so, how can I get that? Similarly, her
father's name is Aron DACH and he shows up in a similar report with a
whole lot of data fields filled in, but not necessarily enough for me
to be sure the one in the report is the one I'm looking for. There is
a reference to a Microfilm number. How can I get a copy of what is on
that microfilm?

--
Rick Zeckel
Carmel, Indiana 46032
USA
rz7923@...


Rabbi Shlomo RUBINSTEIN - Lower East Side NYC #general

S. Cohen
 

Would anyone happen to know the family of Rabbi Shlomo RUBINSTEIN, who, in 1950,
resided at *** East Broadway, New York? This is about a book that he published,
which may be valued by the family.

Please answer privately.

Sheindle Cohen (New York)

MODERATOR NOTE: Exact street address removed in line with JewishGen Discussion
Group privacy rules.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rabbi Shlomo RUBINSTEIN - Lower East Side NYC #general

S. Cohen
 

Would anyone happen to know the family of Rabbi Shlomo RUBINSTEIN, who, in 1950,
resided at *** East Broadway, New York? This is about a book that he published,
which may be valued by the family.

Please answer privately.

Sheindle Cohen (New York)

MODERATOR NOTE: Exact street address removed in line with JewishGen Discussion
Group privacy rules.


Re: Zusman GINSBURG - McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania cemetery - Thank You! #general

Jules Feldman
 

Thank you to Harvey Rosenblum who responded to my request for a picture of
the gravestone of Zusman GINSBURG who died in 1916 and is buried in the Beth
Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob cemetery near Pittsburgh.

Harvey not only sent a photo of the grave , he also found and sent me the
death certificate.

Jules Feldman
Kibbutz Yizreel

On Sun, 02 Sep 2018, Jules Feldman <jfeldman@...> wrote:
I will be grateful if one of our readers who is near McKees Rocks,
Pennsylvania can go to the Beth Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob cemetery and
identify the name of the father of Zusman GINSBURG (1873-1916). He is
buried at Section B Row I Lot 25. A photo will also be welcome.
I will grateful if anyone can put me in touch with his descendants.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Zusman GINSBURG - McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania cemetery - Thank You! #general

Jules Feldman
 

Thank you to Harvey Rosenblum who responded to my request for a picture of
the gravestone of Zusman GINSBURG who died in 1916 and is buried in the Beth
Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob cemetery near Pittsburgh.

Harvey not only sent a photo of the grave , he also found and sent me the
death certificate.

Jules Feldman
Kibbutz Yizreel

On Sun, 02 Sep 2018, Jules Feldman <jfeldman@...> wrote:
I will be grateful if one of our readers who is near McKees Rocks,
Pennsylvania can go to the Beth Hamedrash Hagodol-Beth Jacob cemetery and
identify the name of the father of Zusman GINSBURG (1873-1916). He is
buried at Section B Row I Lot 25. A photo will also be welcome.
I will grateful if anyone can put me in touch with his descendants.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Visit to Lithuania #lithuania

Randall Souviney <rsouviney@...>
 

My wife and I are about to arrive in Lithuania on Wednesday and plan to
visit the village of Punia where my great grandparents Nathan and Leah
(Baron) Shuster were from. They immigrated to the USA in about 1881 with
their two children, Hyman and Julia Cecila. My grandmother Bessie (b.
1893) was born in Rhode Island, USA. I am interested in any advice you
may have about an institution or office I might visit in Vilnius to talk
about any family records that may be available to view. I am also
curious if there was a Yizkor book project underway that includes the
Punia community.

Thank you for your help
randall souviney
-----------------
Randall Souviney
Emeritus Teaching Professor
Education Studies Department
University of California, San Diego

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please make sure you have searched the
LitvakSIG All Lithuania Database for your family's records.


Visit to Lithuania #lithuania

Randall Souviney <rsouviney@...>
 

My wife and I are about to arrive in Lithuania on Wednesday and plan to
visit the village of Punia where my great grandparents Nathan and Leah
(Baron) Shuster were from. They immigrated to the USA in about 1881 with
their two children, Hyman and Julia Cecila. My grandmother Bessie (b.
1893) was born in Rhode Island, USA. I am interested in any advice you
may have about an institution or office I might visit in Vilnius to talk
about any family records that may be available to view. I am also
curious if there was a Yizkor book project underway that includes the
Punia community.

Thank you for your help
randall souviney
-----------------
Randall Souviney
Emeritus Teaching Professor
Education Studies Department
University of California, San Diego

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please make sure you have searched the
LitvakSIG All Lithuania Database for your family's records.


Viewmate translation - German #germany

MICHAEL TUTEUR
 

I have posted a marriage certificate of a cousin, Jacob TUTEUR,
to his wife Lena SEIFERT on Viewmate at

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM69353.

I would appreciate a complete translation, but am most interested
in the marginal writing at the top right of the document.

Please respond via the form on the Viewmate application. Thank you.

Michael Tuteur


German SIG #Germany Viewmate translation - German #germany

MICHAEL TUTEUR
 

I have posted a marriage certificate of a cousin, Jacob TUTEUR,
to his wife Lena SEIFERT on Viewmate at

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM69353.

I would appreciate a complete translation, but am most interested
in the marginal writing at the top right of the document.

Please respond via the form on the Viewmate application. Thank you.

Michael Tuteur


Re: Hamburg Archives Weeds Medical Certificates of Death 1876-1953 #germany

Corinna Woehrl (nee Goslar)
 

Dear Gersig-Readers,

as a Hamburg-based researcher and member of two local genealogical
societies, researcher friends had many (and I just a few) of these
destroyed documents in hand. I feel I have to reply to the "official
version" of the Hamburg State Archives and clarify some points >from the
user point-of-view.

1. the documents were enlisted in the official inventory - for the user
it was not evident that these assets hadn't really been classified for
long-term archiving
2. the documents were easily accessible because you only needed the
specific register office, year, volume and number of the death register
to order them
3. the documents were complete >from beginning of the introduction of
civil records in Hamburg
4. the documents we had in hand were undamaged and in a good condition
5. the documents were the only continuous source for finding out the
cause of death
6. the users of the Archives were not informed about the planned
casssation beforehand

I assume that the decision makers didn't realise the historic value of
these documents, not only for the "Third Reich"-Period in Hamburg but
for finding out medical conditions and other research. Only insight in a
medical certificate of death revealed a suicidal death and the death as
a result of tuberculosis - both information that also uncovers facts
about the life of the deceased!

Further research for the death causes in Hamburg is very complex and
unfortunately the fewest death causes will be clarified >from now on.

Several attempts of alerting the local press weren't fruitful - the
media haven't really covered the problematic decision of the Hamburg
State Archives, except for one short coverage in the local
Saturday-night tv-news.

Corinna Woehrl (nee Goslar) Hoisdorf, Germany goslar@...


German SIG #Germany Re: Hamburg Archives Weeds Medical Certificates of Death 1876-1953 #germany

Corinna Woehrl (nee Goslar)
 

Dear Gersig-Readers,

as a Hamburg-based researcher and member of two local genealogical
societies, researcher friends had many (and I just a few) of these
destroyed documents in hand. I feel I have to reply to the "official
version" of the Hamburg State Archives and clarify some points >from the
user point-of-view.

1. the documents were enlisted in the official inventory - for the user
it was not evident that these assets hadn't really been classified for
long-term archiving
2. the documents were easily accessible because you only needed the
specific register office, year, volume and number of the death register
to order them
3. the documents were complete >from beginning of the introduction of
civil records in Hamburg
4. the documents we had in hand were undamaged and in a good condition
5. the documents were the only continuous source for finding out the
cause of death
6. the users of the Archives were not informed about the planned
casssation beforehand

I assume that the decision makers didn't realise the historic value of
these documents, not only for the "Third Reich"-Period in Hamburg but
for finding out medical conditions and other research. Only insight in a
medical certificate of death revealed a suicidal death and the death as
a result of tuberculosis - both information that also uncovers facts
about the life of the deceased!

Further research for the death causes in Hamburg is very complex and
unfortunately the fewest death causes will be clarified >from now on.

Several attempts of alerting the local press weren't fruitful - the
media haven't really covered the problematic decision of the Hamburg
State Archives, except for one short coverage in the local
Saturday-night tv-news.

Corinna Woehrl (nee Goslar) Hoisdorf, Germany goslar@...


JRI Poland #Poland Getting scans #poland

Rick Zeckel <rz7923@...>
 

I'm sure this has been covered somewhere and I just can't find it, but
there is data that I'd like to get more information on. For example,
my great-grandmother is on the Plonsk PSA Births list as DACH Ruchia
Laia. It shows the year of her birth but nothing else, other than an
Akta value of 27. Is there more information that just hasn't made it
into the database yet? If so, how can I get that? Similarly, her
father's name is Aron DACH and he shows up in a similar report with a
whole lot of data fields filled in, but not necessarily enough for me
to be sure the one in the report is the one I'm looking for. There is
a reference to a Microfilm number. How can I get a copy of what is on
that microfilm?

--
Rick Zeckel
Carmel, Indiana 46032
USA
rz7923@...


Getting scans #poland

Rick Zeckel <rz7923@...>
 

I'm sure this has been covered somewhere and I just can't find it, but
there is data that I'd like to get more information on. For example,
my great-grandmother is on the Plonsk PSA Births list as DACH Ruchia
Laia. It shows the year of her birth but nothing else, other than an
Akta value of 27. Is there more information that just hasn't made it
into the database yet? If so, how can I get that? Similarly, her
father's name is Aron DACH and he shows up in a similar report with a
whole lot of data fields filled in, but not necessarily enough for me
to be sure the one in the report is the one I'm looking for. There is
a reference to a Microfilm number. How can I get a copy of what is on
that microfilm?

--
Rick Zeckel
Carmel, Indiana 46032
USA
rz7923@...

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