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inscriptions on objects from Danzig #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

As has been mentioned here before, many ritual and personal objects >from
Danzig were, incredibly, saved, and are kept at the Jewish Museum in New
York. Some of you who attended the IAJGS Conference in New York last year
even had the opportunity to join a special tour and viewing of these
treasures. Their survival presents a rare opportunity for Danzig
genealogists.

The possibility exists to link some of these objects to our relatives, more
closely than only by common association with Danzig. This is because many
contain inscriptions naming individuals or organizations. Through
genealogical research, we might be able to identify these individuals as our
relatives, or learn that our relatives belonged to these organizations.
(Some of the inscriptions also contain genealogical information that might
not be preserved elsewhere.)

To facilitate such identifications, I have just placed a list of the
relevant 128 inscriptions online at
www.jewishgen.org/danzig/inscriptions.php . In this list, the Notes column
contains speculations about the identities of some of the individuals, where
they are not clear >from the inscriptions -- e.g., because the inscriptions
lack surnames (note that some inscriptions predate surname adoption).
Speculations will be added as more Danzig sources are examined. If you
have further identifying information about any of these people, please let
us know.

There is a surname index at the bottom of the page
(www.jewishgen.org/danzig/inscriptions.php#surnames).
Here are the surnames
currently in the index:

Alexander Anker [Auerbach?] Becker Berghold Bluhm Bramson [Cohn?] Danziger
Davidsohn Deutschland Deveer Eierbach [Goldstamm?] Goldstein Frank
[Frenkel?] Friedlaender Fuerstenberg Herrmann Hirschfeld Hirschsohn
Italiener Jakobson Jaretzki Kahana Kohn [Kokoschke?] Kronheimer [Lebung?]
Leburg Levinsohn Mankiewitz Mendelsohn [Meyer?] [Mueller?] Neuberger
Paradies Rosenstein [Rothenstein?] Schweitzer [S?]eefeld Speier Widowski
Wollig Zinguli Zutrauen

Except for the speculations, all of this information comes >from the book
"Danzig 1939: Treasures of a Destroyed Community," a partially illustrated
catalog of the Jewish Museum's major 1980 exhibition of the Danzig objects.
Bibliographical information about this book can be found at
www.jewishgen.org/danzig/books.php . (I will bring my copy to next week's
conference in Salt Lake City.)

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland inscriptions on objects from Danzig #gdansk #germany #poland #danzig

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

As has been mentioned here before, many ritual and personal objects >from
Danzig were, incredibly, saved, and are kept at the Jewish Museum in New
York. Some of you who attended the IAJGS Conference in New York last year
even had the opportunity to join a special tour and viewing of these
treasures. Their survival presents a rare opportunity for Danzig
genealogists.

The possibility exists to link some of these objects to our relatives, more
closely than only by common association with Danzig. This is because many
contain inscriptions naming individuals or organizations. Through
genealogical research, we might be able to identify these individuals as our
relatives, or learn that our relatives belonged to these organizations.
(Some of the inscriptions also contain genealogical information that might
not be preserved elsewhere.)

To facilitate such identifications, I have just placed a list of the
relevant 128 inscriptions online at
www.jewishgen.org/danzig/inscriptions.php . In this list, the Notes column
contains speculations about the identities of some of the individuals, where
they are not clear >from the inscriptions -- e.g., because the inscriptions
lack surnames (note that some inscriptions predate surname adoption).
Speculations will be added as more Danzig sources are examined. If you
have further identifying information about any of these people, please let
us know.

There is a surname index at the bottom of the page
(www.jewishgen.org/danzig/inscriptions.php#surnames).
Here are the surnames
currently in the index:

Alexander Anker [Auerbach?] Becker Berghold Bluhm Bramson [Cohn?] Danziger
Davidsohn Deutschland Deveer Eierbach [Goldstamm?] Goldstein Frank
[Frenkel?] Friedlaender Fuerstenberg Herrmann Hirschfeld Hirschsohn
Italiener Jakobson Jaretzki Kahana Kohn [Kokoschke?] Kronheimer [Lebung?]
Leburg Levinsohn Mankiewitz Mendelsohn [Meyer?] [Mueller?] Neuberger
Paradies Rosenstein [Rothenstein?] Schweitzer [S?]eefeld Speier Widowski
Wollig Zinguli Zutrauen

Except for the speculations, all of this information comes >from the book
"Danzig 1939: Treasures of a Destroyed Community," a partially illustrated
catalog of the Jewish Museum's major 1980 exhibition of the Danzig objects.
Bibliographical information about this book can be found at
www.jewishgen.org/danzig/books.php . (I will bring my copy to next week's
conference in Salt Lake City.)

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


help needed from a Liverpudlian please #unitedkingdom

Myra & Peter Waddell <mpwaddell@...>
 

Sometime ago, I read and kept an article about Liverpool Jewish Archives
online. I've recently found it again and sent an email to Berny Goodheart
who, I believe, planned to make all this happen. He also wrote that he
had digital photos of some of the gravestones.

I emailed him and it bounced back to me. I wonder whether this project
went ahead and, if so, whether someone could put me in touch with him.

Failing this, is there perhaps some kind person who could take photos of
the tombstones of my great-grandparents, (Chaim) Hyman and Deborah Leah (Dora)
Goldenberg who are buried in one of the Liverpool cemeteries. I know
it's one of the closed cemeteries and I think it's Rice Lane.
Hyman died 2nd June, 1923 and Dora 8th February 1937. I would dearly
love photos of their tombstones, in order to discover their parents'
names - or, at least, their fathers' names.

Myra Waddell (Adelaide, South Australia)

GOLDENBERG, SAMUELS, Romania/France. England, London and Liverpool.
BORKOVSKY/BORKOWSKY, Kolno, Lomza Gubernia. Irkutsk, Siberia.
France/England, London/Liverpool.
OUZNER, OSNER, POSNER, Khotin, Romania - London, England - POSNER also
America.
BORZIANSKY, Kamenets-Podolskiy/Winnitza, Ukraine.




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JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom help needed from a Liverpudlian please #unitedkingdom

Myra & Peter Waddell <mpwaddell@...>
 

Sometime ago, I read and kept an article about Liverpool Jewish Archives
online. I've recently found it again and sent an email to Berny Goodheart
who, I believe, planned to make all this happen. He also wrote that he
had digital photos of some of the gravestones.

I emailed him and it bounced back to me. I wonder whether this project
went ahead and, if so, whether someone could put me in touch with him.

Failing this, is there perhaps some kind person who could take photos of
the tombstones of my great-grandparents, (Chaim) Hyman and Deborah Leah (Dora)
Goldenberg who are buried in one of the Liverpool cemeteries. I know
it's one of the closed cemeteries and I think it's Rice Lane.
Hyman died 2nd June, 1923 and Dora 8th February 1937. I would dearly
love photos of their tombstones, in order to discover their parents'
names - or, at least, their fathers' names.

Myra Waddell (Adelaide, South Australia)

GOLDENBERG, SAMUELS, Romania/France. England, London and Liverpool.
BORKOVSKY/BORKOWSKY, Kolno, Lomza Gubernia. Irkutsk, Siberia.
France/England, London/Liverpool.
OUZNER, OSNER, POSNER, Khotin, Romania - London, England - POSNER also
America.
BORZIANSKY, Kamenets-Podolskiy/Winnitza, Ukraine.




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AARON family in Montreal #belarus

MavAlan Shaffer <mavalan_shaffer@...>
 

Dear JGenners,
A huge thank you to everyone for your help with my
AARON Canadian family search.
I am now trying to locate cousins in Montreal:
Mrs. Fay ROSENBERG, daughter of Thomas and Freda
AARON, wife of Hy.
(Thomas was the brother of my grandfather Joseph
AARONS (London, UK).
The last address we had for them was:
4442 Hingston Avenue, Notre-Dame-de-Grace, Montreal
about 50 years ago.
Also Fay's daughter Golda ROSENBERG.
Any contact information would be much appreciated.
Shalom,
Mav Shaffer
London, UK

AARONS and GUREVITCH (Minsk), LEIBISKI (Vilnius)

71 Stoneleigh Road
Clayhall
Ilford
Essex
IG5 0JE


020 8550 7414


Belarus SIG #Belarus AARON family in Montreal #belarus

MavAlan Shaffer <mavalan_shaffer@...>
 

Dear JGenners,
A huge thank you to everyone for your help with my
AARON Canadian family search.
I am now trying to locate cousins in Montreal:
Mrs. Fay ROSENBERG, daughter of Thomas and Freda
AARON, wife of Hy.
(Thomas was the brother of my grandfather Joseph
AARONS (London, UK).
The last address we had for them was:
4442 Hingston Avenue, Notre-Dame-de-Grace, Montreal
about 50 years ago.
Also Fay's daughter Golda ROSENBERG.
Any contact information would be much appreciated.
Shalom,
Mav Shaffer
London, UK

AARONS and GUREVITCH (Minsk), LEIBISKI (Vilnius)

71 Stoneleigh Road
Clayhall
Ilford
Essex
IG5 0JE


020 8550 7414


Re: Zelig,Selig,Zelik?? #belarus

Carlos Glikson
 

Les Evenchick asked
Are there any other names, Russian,Yiddish,English associated with Zelig.
And what is the origin of the name.
It was the name of my gggfather in Koidanov, Minsk Oblast.
Les, there is a specific resource in JewishGen that you´ll probably find
useful in these cases in general, and in this one in particular.

You may want to visit
JewishGen>
Databases >
Jewish Given Names Database (last one under "Eastern Europe")
for Prof. Jerry Esterson's GIVEN NAMES DATA BASES

The home page for the GNDB:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames/
ends saying that the names' data bases compiled in this ongoing project
"allow genealogists to discover all of the alternative Jewish and vernacular
names which an ancestor may have used in Europe and in his new country of
immigration."

Even if your gggfather never left Koidanov, you will find specific
information for Belarus about Zelig and variants on their own, and also
connected to other names (such as my great uncle's Osher).

The search page is:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames/search.htm
but first you may wish to go over some information for the best use of this
powerful tool. You'll find methodology and definitions info linked >from the
GNDB's Home Page, and you can also take advantage of the abundant material
on names also linked from
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames/

You may also want to get acquainted with this substantial resource for other
names you may wonder about in the future.

Best wishes,

Carlos Glikson
Argentina


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Zelig,Selig,Zelik?? #belarus

Carlos Glikson
 

Les Evenchick asked
Are there any other names, Russian,Yiddish,English associated with Zelig.
And what is the origin of the name.
It was the name of my gggfather in Koidanov, Minsk Oblast.
Les, there is a specific resource in JewishGen that you´ll probably find
useful in these cases in general, and in this one in particular.

You may want to visit
JewishGen>
Databases >
Jewish Given Names Database (last one under "Eastern Europe")
for Prof. Jerry Esterson's GIVEN NAMES DATA BASES

The home page for the GNDB:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames/
ends saying that the names' data bases compiled in this ongoing project
"allow genealogists to discover all of the alternative Jewish and vernacular
names which an ancestor may have used in Europe and in his new country of
immigration."

Even if your gggfather never left Koidanov, you will find specific
information for Belarus about Zelig and variants on their own, and also
connected to other names (such as my great uncle's Osher).

The search page is:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames/search.htm
but first you may wish to go over some information for the best use of this
powerful tool. You'll find methodology and definitions info linked >from the
GNDB's Home Page, and you can also take advantage of the abundant material
on names also linked from
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames/

You may also want to get acquainted with this substantial resource for other
names you may wonder about in the future.

Best wishes,

Carlos Glikson
Argentina


DNA Project Administrators BOF #dna

Elise
 

This year's IAJGS conference in Salt Lake City has an entire track
of DNA/genetics programming scheduled throughout the day on
Wednesday, July 18 and on the morning of Friday, July 20.

One of the many DNA sessions is the DNA Project Administrators BOF.

If you have ever wanted to know whether everyone with your last name
is related, or whether seemingly different families >from your
ancestral town were related, then starting an organized surname or
geographical/town DNA project can help.

The DNA Project Administrators BOF is for current project
administrators to ask questions and share ideas on topics such as
recruitment, fundraising, administrator tools and more. It's also
for those who are interested in starting an organized surname or
geographical DNA project and want to learn more about what's
involved.

So if you're a current or potential DNA project administrator,
please join us!

Date: Wednesday, July 18
Time: 3:30pm
Room: Salon III

Hope to see you there!

Sincerely,

Elise Friedman
Administrator,
PALEVSKY, LIFSHITZ, DUBIN and Belarusian Jewish Polesie DNA projects

P.S. If genealogical DNA testing is completely new to you, be sure
to attend the DNA/genetics sessions during the conference to learn
the basics. Details of these sessions are available in the
Conference Program on the SLC2007 website: http://www.slc2007.org.
Also be sure to visit JewishGen's Genealogy by Genetics website at
http://www.jewishgen.org/dna/ for an overview of genealogical DNA
testing and to see examples of DNA projects that are already in
progress.


DNA Research #DNA DNA Project Administrators BOF #dna

Elise
 

This year's IAJGS conference in Salt Lake City has an entire track
of DNA/genetics programming scheduled throughout the day on
Wednesday, July 18 and on the morning of Friday, July 20.

One of the many DNA sessions is the DNA Project Administrators BOF.

If you have ever wanted to know whether everyone with your last name
is related, or whether seemingly different families >from your
ancestral town were related, then starting an organized surname or
geographical/town DNA project can help.

The DNA Project Administrators BOF is for current project
administrators to ask questions and share ideas on topics such as
recruitment, fundraising, administrator tools and more. It's also
for those who are interested in starting an organized surname or
geographical DNA project and want to learn more about what's
involved.

So if you're a current or potential DNA project administrator,
please join us!

Date: Wednesday, July 18
Time: 3:30pm
Room: Salon III

Hope to see you there!

Sincerely,

Elise Friedman
Administrator,
PALEVSKY, LIFSHITZ, DUBIN and Belarusian Jewish Polesie DNA projects

P.S. If genealogical DNA testing is completely new to you, be sure
to attend the DNA/genetics sessions during the conference to learn
the basics. Details of these sessions are available in the
Conference Program on the SLC2007 website: http://www.slc2007.org.
Also be sure to visit JewishGen's Genealogy by Genetics website at
http://www.jewishgen.org/dna/ for an overview of genealogical DNA
testing and to see examples of DNA projects that are already in
progress.


Dobrzynski inquiry #lodz #poland

GD Wells <gdwells@...>
 

In Lodz I am seeking the background of Bernard DOBRZYNKI and his
father Mayer DOBRZYNSKI.

Bernard sold fine silk fabrics and had a shop on ul Piotrkowski.

I shall appreciate any hint of where to look to find their ancestry.

Gloria Wells
gdwells@bellsouth.net


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Dobrzynski inquiry #poland #lodz

GD Wells <gdwells@...>
 

In Lodz I am seeking the background of Bernard DOBRZYNKI and his
father Mayer DOBRZYNSKI.

Bernard sold fine silk fabrics and had a shop on ul Piotrkowski.

I shall appreciate any hint of where to look to find their ancestry.

Gloria Wells
gdwells@bellsouth.net


Early Bialystoker Synagogue Records #rabbinic

Dovie <gelerinter13@...>
 

I'm trying to learn more about my GGF, and recently found out that
he was an early rabbi of the Bialystoker Synagogue. He is mentioned
on this page:

http://www.bialystoker.org/earlyhistory.htm

The person who compiled this history has informed me that all early
archives of the synagogue are gone, but that she believes there was
reference to him in some early journal.

By any chance would someone out there have or have access to, or
*know* of access to any of these early journals and be willing to
check them out for my GGF or point me in the right direction so I
can do it?

Thanks!

-Dovie Gelerinter
Chicago, IL

Searching:
GELERINTER, BALKIN/BULKIN, HIRSCHBEIN, STEINBERGER, PASHECK,
MANISCHEWITZ, KORNBLUT/CORNBLATT, JUSKOVITZ, TALCHINSKY/TALYN/TALL
(post 1900)


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Early Bialystoker Synagogue Records #rabbinic

Dovie <gelerinter13@...>
 

I'm trying to learn more about my GGF, and recently found out that
he was an early rabbi of the Bialystoker Synagogue. He is mentioned
on this page:

http://www.bialystoker.org/earlyhistory.htm

The person who compiled this history has informed me that all early
archives of the synagogue are gone, but that she believes there was
reference to him in some early journal.

By any chance would someone out there have or have access to, or
*know* of access to any of these early journals and be willing to
check them out for my GGF or point me in the right direction so I
can do it?

Thanks!

-Dovie Gelerinter
Chicago, IL

Searching:
GELERINTER, BALKIN/BULKIN, HIRSCHBEIN, STEINBERGER, PASHECK,
MANISCHEWITZ, KORNBLUT/CORNBLATT, JUSKOVITZ, TALCHINSKY/TALYN/TALL
(post 1900)


New printing of the book: Marguerite: Journey of a Sephardic Woman #sephardic

Mathilde Tagger <tagger@...>
 

Dear all,

With the permission of Mrs. Marcia Haddad Ikonomopoulos, Museum Director of
the Kehila Kedosha Janina (280 Broome Street, NYC, NY 10002New York), I am
copying here a message she sent me. The new book may be of
interest to members of this SIG researching their roots in Salonika.

Originally published in 1997, this tender glimpse into the world of
Sephardic Jews >from Salonika is now available once again. The Association
of Friends of Greek Jewry is proud to offer “Marguerite: Journey of a
Sephardic Woman,” lovingly written by her youngest daughter, Gloria Sananes
Stein. Written in English [with Ladino expressions] Marguerite takes us back
to Salonika, Greece before the Fire of 1917 and transports us to the
traditional Sephardic world of a Salonika family in Brooklyn in the 1920’s
and 30’s. This rare book is filled history, folklore, songs and photos, in
addition to recipes and the wisdom of a special woman. Marguerite Saltiel
Sananes is special, unique and, yet, in so many ways, she is everyone’s
‘nona’.

The book is available from:The Association of Friends of Greek Jewry 2621 Ramona Street- East Meadow, NY 11554

Useless to say that I have not any financial interest in this publication


Shalom,

Mathilde Tagger
Sephardim SIG Coordinator
Israel Genealogical Society


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim New printing of the book: Marguerite: Journey of a Sephardic Woman #sephardic

Mathilde Tagger <tagger@...>
 

Dear all,

With the permission of Mrs. Marcia Haddad Ikonomopoulos, Museum Director of
the Kehila Kedosha Janina (280 Broome Street, NYC, NY 10002New York), I am
copying here a message she sent me. The new book may be of
interest to members of this SIG researching their roots in Salonika.

Originally published in 1997, this tender glimpse into the world of
Sephardic Jews >from Salonika is now available once again. The Association
of Friends of Greek Jewry is proud to offer “Marguerite: Journey of a
Sephardic Woman,” lovingly written by her youngest daughter, Gloria Sananes
Stein. Written in English [with Ladino expressions] Marguerite takes us back
to Salonika, Greece before the Fire of 1917 and transports us to the
traditional Sephardic world of a Salonika family in Brooklyn in the 1920’s
and 30’s. This rare book is filled history, folklore, songs and photos, in
addition to recipes and the wisdom of a special woman. Marguerite Saltiel
Sananes is special, unique and, yet, in so many ways, she is everyone’s
‘nona’.

The book is available from:The Association of Friends of Greek Jewry 2621 Ramona Street- East Meadow, NY 11554

Useless to say that I have not any financial interest in this publication


Shalom,

Mathilde Tagger
Sephardim SIG Coordinator
Israel Genealogical Society


YAKHKIND family of Dnipropetrovsk #ukraine

Judith Berlowitz <judigenie@...>
 

Dear Siggers,
I'm looking for relatives of Semyon YAKHKIND of the
Dnipropetrovsk area. I've just found an Arnold
YAKHKIND on YadVashem, married to a Sofia BERMAN,
children Leonid (b. 1926, perished in the Shoah in
1945) and Inna, who married GORFINKEL and contributed
the page of testimony for her brother.
Semyon YAKHKIND was born ca. 1870 in a small town near
Dnipropetrovsk, as far as I have been able to
determine, Orekhov (Orihkiv), which shifted gubernias
between Ekaterinoslav and Taurida (Dnipropetrovsk &
the Crimea/Krim). Semyon married Chana BERELOWITZ
around 1888 and 4 of their 7(?) children emigrated to
the US, another to Kharkov (Kharkiv) and another to
Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
There are YAKHKIND family in Vitebsk, Belarus, and in
St. Petersburg.
If anyone can connect any of these, I would be very
grateful.
Judith Berlowitz
Oakland, California

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please reply privately. You should also check the JewishGen
Family Finder (JGFF) to see if anyone else is researching these names. Find it
at <http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff>.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine YAKHKIND family of Dnipropetrovsk #ukraine

Judith Berlowitz <judigenie@...>
 

Dear Siggers,
I'm looking for relatives of Semyon YAKHKIND of the
Dnipropetrovsk area. I've just found an Arnold
YAKHKIND on YadVashem, married to a Sofia BERMAN,
children Leonid (b. 1926, perished in the Shoah in
1945) and Inna, who married GORFINKEL and contributed
the page of testimony for her brother.
Semyon YAKHKIND was born ca. 1870 in a small town near
Dnipropetrovsk, as far as I have been able to
determine, Orekhov (Orihkiv), which shifted gubernias
between Ekaterinoslav and Taurida (Dnipropetrovsk &
the Crimea/Krim). Semyon married Chana BERELOWITZ
around 1888 and 4 of their 7(?) children emigrated to
the US, another to Kharkov (Kharkiv) and another to
Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
There are YAKHKIND family in Vitebsk, Belarus, and in
St. Petersburg.
If anyone can connect any of these, I would be very
grateful.
Judith Berlowitz
Oakland, California

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please reply privately. You should also check the JewishGen
Family Finder (JGFF) to see if anyone else is researching these names. Find it
at <http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff>.


Re: Volhynia BOF Meeting Scheduled for IAJGS Conference #ukraine

Nina Kossman <nina@...>
 

I will not be at the conference, but I'm interested in getting together
(electronically) with people whose familes are >from Rovno and Lutsk. Do you
think it would be possible to discuss setting up an electronic discussion
group (or smth. of the kind) for Lutsk and/or Rovno?
Nina Kossman
(New York)
researching: Brenson, Kosman, Shternberg, Kokel, Herzenberg (Hercenberg),
Berenson, Voloshinsky, Friedlender, Gottlieb, Yacoby, Kretzer, Konstorum.

_____________
Subject: Volhynia BOF Meeting Scheduled for IAJGS Conference
From: "EJA" <gene1@ix.netcom.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2007 07:35:52 -0400
X-Message-Number: 1

I would like to let you know that I have been able to arrange a Volhynia
gubernia BOF Meeting at the IAJGS conference for Monday, 5 PM in the
Canyon A meeting room. I had previously posted a message asking about
interest in having such a meeting and a few people emailed me. If you are
planning to attend, I hope you can come at that time, and we can meet with
others interested in Volhynia. If you plan to attend, please email me so
we know approximately how many to expect.

Thank you.

Sincerely,
Gene Alpert
Arlington, VA
Gene1@ix.netcom.com
MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please reply privately to Nina Kossman.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: Volhynia BOF Meeting Scheduled for IAJGS Conference #ukraine

Nina Kossman <nina@...>
 

I will not be at the conference, but I'm interested in getting together
(electronically) with people whose familes are >from Rovno and Lutsk. Do you
think it would be possible to discuss setting up an electronic discussion
group (or smth. of the kind) for Lutsk and/or Rovno?
Nina Kossman
(New York)
researching: Brenson, Kosman, Shternberg, Kokel, Herzenberg (Hercenberg),
Berenson, Voloshinsky, Friedlender, Gottlieb, Yacoby, Kretzer, Konstorum.

_____________
Subject: Volhynia BOF Meeting Scheduled for IAJGS Conference
From: "EJA" <gene1@ix.netcom.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2007 07:35:52 -0400
X-Message-Number: 1

I would like to let you know that I have been able to arrange a Volhynia
gubernia BOF Meeting at the IAJGS conference for Monday, 5 PM in the
Canyon A meeting room. I had previously posted a message asking about
interest in having such a meeting and a few people emailed me. If you are
planning to attend, I hope you can come at that time, and we can meet with
others interested in Volhynia. If you plan to attend, please email me so
we know approximately how many to expect.

Thank you.

Sincerely,
Gene Alpert
Arlington, VA
Gene1@ix.netcom.com
MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please reply privately to Nina Kossman.