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Society of Genealogists #unitedkingdom

LaurenceCardon@...
 

The website address of the Society of Genealogists is
http://www.sog.org.uk/
It has contact details and much other useful information.

Laurence Harris
Pinner, Middlesex
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
I have been told of a Hyamsson Collections, Soc. of Genealogists London.
They may be able to help me find the origin of our surname, Lord, which
has been verified as an authentic Polish Jewish name .Can you tell how I
may contact them? Gert Lord Yellow Springs Ohio


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Society of Genealogists #unitedkingdom

LaurenceCardon@...
 

The website address of the Society of Genealogists is
http://www.sog.org.uk/
It has contact details and much other useful information.

Laurence Harris
Pinner, Middlesex
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++
I have been told of a Hyamsson Collections, Soc. of Genealogists London.
They may be able to help me find the origin of our surname, Lord, which
has been verified as an authentic Polish Jewish name .Can you tell how I
may contact them? Gert Lord Yellow Springs Ohio


Searching "SEGAL" #lithuania

Mark Budman <budman@...>
 

I am searching for some SEGAL relatives and I was wondering if
someone might be able to assist me. I would to contact people who might
have information regarding the following individuals:

Here is some information that I have: (although there might be some
mistakes)

Solomon Segal - Born between 1880-1895 in Europe, probably Lithuania
-was working as a jeweler in Toronto, 1913-1920, then opened a hardware
store, which was owned by him until approximately 1930;
- Before 1920, lived on Elizabeth street, then Dundas in Toronto; After
1920, he lived on Queen street west in Toronto; His residence and store
were the same place;

-Two other people are listed as living with him in the Toronto city
directories; Jean and Anne/Anna ; One of these people is more than
likely his wife, the other a daughter.

All traces of this family (in Toronto) disappear after 1930 (or there
abouts).

Another SOLOMON SEGAL who might be the same person appears in Los
Angeles around 1930. Here is the information I found:

- Born approximately 1883
- Father's name was Sender / Sander (Could be Alexander)
- Lived in Los Angeles California in 1930
- Buried in the Mt Zion Cemetery (in Los Angeles)
- worked as a Jeweler and had a Jewelry shop
- wife's first name was Anna, born approximately 1888
- Hebrew name was Shlomo or Shaya (unclear)
- Children's names that I have come across:
1) Mary , born approximately 1910
2) Esther, born approximately 1914
3) Robert, born approximately 1918

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,

Mark Budman
budman@generation.net
Researching SEGAL/SOLOMIN

MODERATOR'S NOTE: If anyone has information for Mark, please contact him privately.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Searching "SEGAL" #lithuania

Mark Budman <budman@...>
 

I am searching for some SEGAL relatives and I was wondering if
someone might be able to assist me. I would to contact people who might
have information regarding the following individuals:

Here is some information that I have: (although there might be some
mistakes)

Solomon Segal - Born between 1880-1895 in Europe, probably Lithuania
-was working as a jeweler in Toronto, 1913-1920, then opened a hardware
store, which was owned by him until approximately 1930;
- Before 1920, lived on Elizabeth street, then Dundas in Toronto; After
1920, he lived on Queen street west in Toronto; His residence and store
were the same place;

-Two other people are listed as living with him in the Toronto city
directories; Jean and Anne/Anna ; One of these people is more than
likely his wife, the other a daughter.

All traces of this family (in Toronto) disappear after 1930 (or there
abouts).

Another SOLOMON SEGAL who might be the same person appears in Los
Angeles around 1930. Here is the information I found:

- Born approximately 1883
- Father's name was Sender / Sander (Could be Alexander)
- Lived in Los Angeles California in 1930
- Buried in the Mt Zion Cemetery (in Los Angeles)
- worked as a Jeweler and had a Jewelry shop
- wife's first name was Anna, born approximately 1888
- Hebrew name was Shlomo or Shaya (unclear)
- Children's names that I have come across:
1) Mary , born approximately 1910
2) Esther, born approximately 1914
3) Robert, born approximately 1918

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,

Mark Budman
budman@generation.net
Researching SEGAL/SOLOMIN

MODERATOR'S NOTE: If anyone has information for Mark, please contact him privately.


Kralovsky Chlmec Synagogue/Museum #hungary

George Isaacs <flogeo@...>
 

I am resending this message as I don't hnow if my confuser did the job.

When My wife and I were in Kralovsky Chlmec in 1996 We met with a M. Janos
Bogoly curator of the Vlastivedne (Sonismereti) Museum. He told us , through
our interperter of course, that the synagogue was cleaned out with the idea
that it would become a Jewish museum. Prior to that it was used as a place
to store furniture. Willie Schon was sort of the custodian if the
synagogue.

Have any of you H-SIGersbeen back there since that time and has there been
any progress in the museum? Also are Willie and Erna Schone still living? I
am curious to know.

Researching: Amstadter, Czigler, and Isakovitz/ Isakovics.

George K. Isaacs


Woman's mother's maiden name given as her own ? #general

Robert Rosenbaum <rdr713@...>
 

I just received the file on the "Aryanization" of my
great-uncle's Vienna business >from the Austrian
State Archives.On several documents my great-aunt
is identified with the maiden name in addition
to the married name---a not uncommon practice.
Only instead of showing her father's last name
as her maiden name, her mother's maiden
name is given as her own. In other words,
she is shown as [first name] [husband's last name]
geborene [mother's maiden name].

Has anyone encountered such a usage before?

Robert Rosenbaum
San Francisco, Calif.
rdr713@earthlink.net

MORGENSTERN in Vienna, Austria
MORGENSTERN, BUCHSBAUM in Touste, Galicia, Austria
ROSENBAUM, GOLDSTEIN in Zaleszczyki, Galicia, Austria


Hungary SIG #Hungary Kralovsky Chlmec Synagogue/Museum #hungary

George Isaacs <flogeo@...>
 

I am resending this message as I don't hnow if my confuser did the job.

When My wife and I were in Kralovsky Chlmec in 1996 We met with a M. Janos
Bogoly curator of the Vlastivedne (Sonismereti) Museum. He told us , through
our interperter of course, that the synagogue was cleaned out with the idea
that it would become a Jewish museum. Prior to that it was used as a place
to store furniture. Willie Schon was sort of the custodian if the
synagogue.

Have any of you H-SIGersbeen back there since that time and has there been
any progress in the museum? Also are Willie and Erna Schone still living? I
am curious to know.

Researching: Amstadter, Czigler, and Isakovitz/ Isakovics.

George K. Isaacs


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Woman's mother's maiden name given as her own ? #general

Robert Rosenbaum <rdr713@...>
 

I just received the file on the "Aryanization" of my
great-uncle's Vienna business >from the Austrian
State Archives.On several documents my great-aunt
is identified with the maiden name in addition
to the married name---a not uncommon practice.
Only instead of showing her father's last name
as her maiden name, her mother's maiden
name is given as her own. In other words,
she is shown as [first name] [husband's last name]
geborene [mother's maiden name].

Has anyone encountered such a usage before?

Robert Rosenbaum
San Francisco, Calif.
rdr713@earthlink.net

MORGENSTERN in Vienna, Austria
MORGENSTERN, BUCHSBAUM in Touste, Galicia, Austria
ROSENBAUM, GOLDSTEIN in Zaleszczyki, Galicia, Austria


Re: jCemetery "Kfar samir" in Israel? #general

IsraelP <zach4v6@...>
 

Yes, this is one of the Haifa cemeteries,
just south of the city. More formally
known as Sede Yehoshua.

Israel Pickholtz

I know my grandfather in 1959 was buried
at "Kfar samir" in Haifa,
but it is not in a cemetery list on
http://www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/mem/israel.html

Is that cemetery in Haifa?

Mikhail Freider
Russia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: jCemetery "Kfar samir" in Israel? #general

IsraelP <zach4v6@...>
 

Yes, this is one of the Haifa cemeteries,
just south of the city. More formally
known as Sede Yehoshua.

Israel Pickholtz

I know my grandfather in 1959 was buried
at "Kfar samir" in Haifa,
but it is not in a cemetery list on
http://www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/mem/israel.html

Is that cemetery in Haifa?

Mikhail Freider
Russia


David HARRIS Descendants #general

Ira Freedman <iranelsie@...>
 

Seeking descendants of David Harris (born David Yuro).
He lived on Goerck Streeet in NYC about 1890.

iranelsie@webtv.net
Ira Freedman

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen David HARRIS Descendants #general

Ira Freedman <iranelsie@...>
 

Seeking descendants of David Harris (born David Yuro).
He lived on Goerck Streeet in NYC about 1890.

iranelsie@webtv.net
Ira Freedman

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Kamenitzky in Lida #belarus

Marvin Brooks <lakebenj@...>
 

I have just learned that my ggrandmother was Chaja (Ida) Zelda KAMENITSKY of
LIDA(b. about 1860; died 1931). She was married to Joseph WEIN and they had
four children: Abraham Aharon, Benjamin, Esther and Isaac. The last three
came to US between 1911-1917 and settled in Trenton, NJ.

I am looking to trace the KAMENITSKY family in LIDA and would appreciate if
I could be contacted PRIVATELY if the name of my ggrandmother fits anyone's
research.


Marv Brooks
Philadelphia

MODERATOR NOTE: Don't forget to add your family names/towns to the
JewishGen Family Finder at www.jewishgen.org/jgff


Belarus SIG #Belarus Kamenitzky in Lida #belarus

Marvin Brooks <lakebenj@...>
 

I have just learned that my ggrandmother was Chaja (Ida) Zelda KAMENITSKY of
LIDA(b. about 1860; died 1931). She was married to Joseph WEIN and they had
four children: Abraham Aharon, Benjamin, Esther and Isaac. The last three
came to US between 1911-1917 and settled in Trenton, NJ.

I am looking to trace the KAMENITSKY family in LIDA and would appreciate if
I could be contacted PRIVATELY if the name of my ggrandmother fits anyone's
research.


Marv Brooks
Philadelphia

MODERATOR NOTE: Don't forget to add your family names/towns to the
JewishGen Family Finder at www.jewishgen.org/jgff


Re: Shouldn't the list include Korycin? #poland

Bialystoker
 

Korycin is definitely in the geographic scope of this group and
will be added to the list once the group has a webmaster.

Mark Halpern

----- Original Message -----
Please add Korycin: 5327 2306

I'm looking for information on the following surnames:
Rutski Korycin, Knyszyn
Kaminski Korycin, Knyszyn
Wengrowski Korycin, Knyszyn, Bialystok

Benjamin Schoenbrun


Knyszyn, Losowska, Lozowski, Siegel, Cygan #poland

Sheila Price <roadrunnersp@...>
 

I am researching my mother and her parents, who came >from Knyszyn in
l913 (her father came earlier.)

The names involved are:
Rivke (?) or Dora (?) Losowska (Lowsowki, Lozowski), my grandmother, who
married Max Siegel, my grandfather. When she came through Port Huran
Mich, she gave her married name as Cygan.

Through the Business Directory, I found a Losowski doing business in
Knyszyn in l930; I can find no trace of my grandfather's family in
Knyszyn. Any information would be helpful.

Sheila Price:
roadrunnersp@earthlink.net


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Re: Shouldn't the list include Korycin? #poland

Bialystoker
 

Korycin is definitely in the geographic scope of this group and
will be added to the list once the group has a webmaster.

Mark Halpern

----- Original Message -----
Please add Korycin: 5327 2306

I'm looking for information on the following surnames:
Rutski Korycin, Knyszyn
Kaminski Korycin, Knyszyn
Wengrowski Korycin, Knyszyn, Bialystok

Benjamin Schoenbrun


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Knyszyn, Losowska, Lozowski, Siegel, Cygan #poland

Sheila Price <roadrunnersp@...>
 

I am researching my mother and her parents, who came >from Knyszyn in
l913 (her father came earlier.)

The names involved are:
Rivke (?) or Dora (?) Losowska (Lowsowki, Lozowski), my grandmother, who
married Max Siegel, my grandfather. When she came through Port Huran
Mich, she gave her married name as Cygan.

Through the Business Directory, I found a Losowski doing business in
Knyszyn in l930; I can find no trace of my grandfather's family in
Knyszyn. Any information would be helpful.

Sheila Price:
roadrunnersp@earthlink.net


BOF information #belarus

SBSeales
 

I am interested in BOF groups for the following:

BOJARSKY/BOJARSKI/BOYARSKY/BOYARSKI Mosty (Most)Grodno Grodno

BOJARSKY/BOJARSKI/BOYARSKY/BOYARSKI Tereshki (Teresk) Grodno Grodno

GOLDSTEIN Mosty (Most) Grodno Grodno

BOJARSKY/BOJARSKI/BOYARSKY/BOYARSKI Shchuchin Lida Vilna/Grodno

PAWE/PAVE Shchuchin Lida Vilna/Grodno

Sue Seales
sbseales@aol.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus BOF information #belarus

SBSeales
 

I am interested in BOF groups for the following:

BOJARSKY/BOJARSKI/BOYARSKY/BOYARSKI Mosty (Most)Grodno Grodno

BOJARSKY/BOJARSKI/BOYARSKY/BOYARSKI Tereshki (Teresk) Grodno Grodno

GOLDSTEIN Mosty (Most) Grodno Grodno

BOJARSKY/BOJARSKI/BOYARSKY/BOYARSKI Shchuchin Lida Vilna/Grodno

PAWE/PAVE Shchuchin Lida Vilna/Grodno

Sue Seales
sbseales@aol.com