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1921/1922 directory of Polish joint stock companies #general

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

A 1921/1922 directory of Polish joint stock companies has recently been made
available online at the Digital Library of Wielkopolska
(www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=30391). This directory contains
historical and economic information about Polish joint stock companies,
including, for most, the names of their directors and/or managers. The
directory is organized by type of business, and includes an index by
business name and an index by town. However, there is no index by personal
name, so I have made the directory searchable at www.kalter.org/search.
Instructions for viewing pages of the directory containing matches to search
terms can be found in the FAQ of the search site
(www.kalter.org/searchfaq.html).

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


Frankfurt family tree GOLDSCHMIDT #general

MBernet@...
 

I have seen an extensive tree of the Jews of Frankfurt/M in Germany, was
produced a few years ago by two Jewishgen genealogists. They had much
information on the GOLDSCHMIDT family/ies Unfortunately, I don't recall the
names of thee researchers.

Does anyone know the url, or how to contact either of the researchers?

Thank you

Michael Bernet, New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 1921/1922 directory of Polish joint stock companies #general

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

A 1921/1922 directory of Polish joint stock companies has recently been made
available online at the Digital Library of Wielkopolska
(www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=30391). This directory contains
historical and economic information about Polish joint stock companies,
including, for most, the names of their directors and/or managers. The
directory is organized by type of business, and includes an index by
business name and an index by town. However, there is no index by personal
name, so I have made the directory searchable at www.kalter.org/search.
Instructions for viewing pages of the directory containing matches to search
terms can be found in the FAQ of the search site
(www.kalter.org/searchfaq.html).

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Frankfurt family tree GOLDSCHMIDT #general

MBernet@...
 

I have seen an extensive tree of the Jews of Frankfurt/M in Germany, was
produced a few years ago by two Jewishgen genealogists. They had much
information on the GOLDSCHMIDT family/ies Unfortunately, I don't recall the
names of thee researchers.

Does anyone know the url, or how to contact either of the researchers?

Thank you

Michael Bernet, New York


Russian to English Translation #general

write person <info@...>
 

Hi All,

I've posted a high resolution document that's a LDS microfilm >from Dabie,
Poland. I think the year is 1872 and the document mentions my great
grandfather Szrul Rozental.

If some knowledgeable genners can translate >from Russian to English, I would
greatly appreciate it.

I'm not sure whether its a birth, death or marriage document. Any and all
details you can glean >from it are greatly appreciate. Nothing is too small
to be useful at this point.

The document can be seen at
http://rozentalfamily.freespaces.com/viewmate.html

Please reply privately.

Nicki Chodnoff
Columbus, Ohio
researching ROZENTAL >from Dabie, Lodz; ORCHAN >from Lodz, Dabie and
Poddebice; Lewkowicz >from Slupca, and PARZENCZEWSKA(SKI) >from Lodz and Ozorkow.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Russian to English Translation #general

write person <info@...>
 

Hi All,

I've posted a high resolution document that's a LDS microfilm >from Dabie,
Poland. I think the year is 1872 and the document mentions my great
grandfather Szrul Rozental.

If some knowledgeable genners can translate >from Russian to English, I would
greatly appreciate it.

I'm not sure whether its a birth, death or marriage document. Any and all
details you can glean >from it are greatly appreciate. Nothing is too small
to be useful at this point.

The document can be seen at
http://rozentalfamily.freespaces.com/viewmate.html

Please reply privately.

Nicki Chodnoff
Columbus, Ohio
researching ROZENTAL >from Dabie, Lodz; ORCHAN >from Lodz, Dabie and
Poddebice; Lewkowicz >from Slupca, and PARZENCZEWSKA(SKI) >from Lodz and Ozorkow.


Re: Town of Hertza - Adolph/Abraham GREENBERG #general

s_wiener@...
 

Hi, Genners,

Sarah Greenberg has written, in part:

<I have tried unsuccessfully to find my
great-grandfather on the Ellis Island ship
manifests... He was >from Romania, but I do nor know
what part. The name on the papers looks like
(Hertza). His wife was
also >from Romania and I believe she was >from a town
called (daraboy/darahoy)...>

Now I wanted to confirm for Sarah that her
great-grandmother was >from Dorohoi, currently Romania,
but at the time of immigration a part of Bukovina,
which was the eastern-most crown land of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire. Dorohoi is situated at
47°57' 26°24', just about 32 miles southeast of
Chernivtsi/Czernowitz [the Bukovinian capital, often
refered to as 'Little Vienna' due to its refinement
and culture].

While looking at the mapquest map, I noticed a small
place [town, village, shtetl, dorf?!?! - please,
don't] located halfway between Cz and Dorohoi named
Herca. This could potentially be the place where
Sarah's great-grandfather was born/had lived.

I tried it in Shtetl-seeker, but it's not there. And
as the town is currently within the borders of
Ukraine, there are no locations starting with 'H' for
that country on the Shtetl-seeker list. BTW, none of
the 'G' starting locations are the town, either.

What I would like to know - why are the maps using
spellings with 'H' if the country where the town is
located doesn't recognize that letter? And for those
with more knowledge of the pronounciation of the local
geography, could this be the town her greatgrandfather
mentions?

AS always, you wisdom, thoughts and humor are most
welcome,
Shellie Wiener
San Francisco, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Town of Hertza - Adolph/Abraham GREENBERG #general

s_wiener@...
 

Hi, Genners,

Sarah Greenberg has written, in part:

<I have tried unsuccessfully to find my
great-grandfather on the Ellis Island ship
manifests... He was >from Romania, but I do nor know
what part. The name on the papers looks like
(Hertza). His wife was
also >from Romania and I believe she was >from a town
called (daraboy/darahoy)...>

Now I wanted to confirm for Sarah that her
great-grandmother was >from Dorohoi, currently Romania,
but at the time of immigration a part of Bukovina,
which was the eastern-most crown land of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire. Dorohoi is situated at
47°57' 26°24', just about 32 miles southeast of
Chernivtsi/Czernowitz [the Bukovinian capital, often
refered to as 'Little Vienna' due to its refinement
and culture].

While looking at the mapquest map, I noticed a small
place [town, village, shtetl, dorf?!?! - please,
don't] located halfway between Cz and Dorohoi named
Herca. This could potentially be the place where
Sarah's great-grandfather was born/had lived.

I tried it in Shtetl-seeker, but it's not there. And
as the town is currently within the borders of
Ukraine, there are no locations starting with 'H' for
that country on the Shtetl-seeker list. BTW, none of
the 'G' starting locations are the town, either.

What I would like to know - why are the maps using
spellings with 'H' if the country where the town is
located doesn't recognize that letter? And for those
with more knowledge of the pronounciation of the local
geography, could this be the town her greatgrandfather
mentions?

AS always, you wisdom, thoughts and humor are most
welcome,
Shellie Wiener
San Francisco, CA


PINSCHOWER or PINCZOWER or PINSCHOVER #general

Yoram Epstein <hlrinst@...>
 

I am trying to trace Rabbi Israel Jochem PINSCHOWER (or Pinczower or
Pinschover) and his family (children, grandchildren). He probably was the
Rabbi of Langendorf. Can someone help?
Yoram Epstein


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen PINSCHOWER or PINCZOWER or PINSCHOVER #general

Yoram Epstein <hlrinst@...>
 

I am trying to trace Rabbi Israel Jochem PINSCHOWER (or Pinczower or
Pinschover) and his family (children, grandchildren). He probably was the
Rabbi of Langendorf. Can someone help?
Yoram Epstein


Henry ISAACS #usa

WChurch520@...
 

I am looking for descendants Henry ISAACS son of Isaac ISAACS He was born in
England in Sept. 14, 1832 and came to the United States in 1850. He lived in
Indiana and New York City. He married a French woman, named Jeanie, They had
5 children, Amelia b.1863, Rachel b.1867, Leopold b.1870, Isabella b.1873
and Rebecca b 1876. All of the children except Rachel were born in New York
City. He was a printer and lived in New York City at the time of his death,
April 11, 1886.

Donn Church, Berkeley, California


Jew in Wabash, IN #usa

Barbara & David Israel
 

I have been searching for years for information about family that lived in
Wabash, In in the late 1800's and early 1900"s. If any one has any
connection or knows of these families I would greatly appreciate your help.
Elisa SIMON m. Charles KERN (who also married her sister, Hannah)
Children: (w/ Hannah) Dave, Lewis, Abe, Aaron ( m. Ruby BOCKMAN), Sadie
(w. Elisa) three unknown names
Abraham SIMON m. Carrie HYMAN
Children: Julia, Stella (m. Jack MARX), Rachel (m. Eugene WOLF),
Norman, Morrison
Aaron SIMON m. Helena NEWBERGER
Children: Milton, Gertrude (m. Louis WOLF), Minnie
Samuel SIMON m. Rose ?
Children: Selma (m. Benjamin COOK)
Amelia SIMON m. Joseph RINDSBERG (My gg grand parents)
Children: Bessie (m. Julius ECKHAUS)(my g grandparents), Sadie, Frances
(m. Karl Robert BACHMAN), Jeanette (m. Max NEUMANN)

Any help will be greatly appreciated

Barbara Israel Tempe, AZ azisrael@cox.net


Early American SIG #USA Henry ISAACS #usa

WChurch520@...
 

I am looking for descendants Henry ISAACS son of Isaac ISAACS He was born in
England in Sept. 14, 1832 and came to the United States in 1850. He lived in
Indiana and New York City. He married a French woman, named Jeanie, They had
5 children, Amelia b.1863, Rachel b.1867, Leopold b.1870, Isabella b.1873
and Rebecca b 1876. All of the children except Rachel were born in New York
City. He was a printer and lived in New York City at the time of his death,
April 11, 1886.

Donn Church, Berkeley, California


Early American SIG #USA Jew in Wabash, IN #usa

Barbara & David Israel
 

I have been searching for years for information about family that lived in
Wabash, In in the late 1800's and early 1900"s. If any one has any
connection or knows of these families I would greatly appreciate your help.
Elisa SIMON m. Charles KERN (who also married her sister, Hannah)
Children: (w/ Hannah) Dave, Lewis, Abe, Aaron ( m. Ruby BOCKMAN), Sadie
(w. Elisa) three unknown names
Abraham SIMON m. Carrie HYMAN
Children: Julia, Stella (m. Jack MARX), Rachel (m. Eugene WOLF),
Norman, Morrison
Aaron SIMON m. Helena NEWBERGER
Children: Milton, Gertrude (m. Louis WOLF), Minnie
Samuel SIMON m. Rose ?
Children: Selma (m. Benjamin COOK)
Amelia SIMON m. Joseph RINDSBERG (My gg grand parents)
Children: Bessie (m. Julius ECKHAUS)(my g grandparents), Sadie, Frances
(m. Karl Robert BACHMAN), Jeanette (m. Max NEUMANN)

Any help will be greatly appreciated

Barbara Israel Tempe, AZ azisrael@cox.net


Displaced persons camp #germany

Susan Edel
 

Can anyone help me with information about displaced persons camps in North
Africa. My grandmother was on a transport out of Bergen Belsen, which
stopped at the German border, in Biberach, and then in St. Gallen,
Switzerland and she was then sent on to North Africa. It may have been in a
place called Philllipville, but I am not certain, and I am looking for
information about this transport and the camp. With thanks,

Susan EDEL, Petach Tikva, Israel <susan@deldent.com>


Naturalization waiting period? #general

robert roudman <rcroudman@...>
 

Prior to 1906 when naturalizations were handled in the local courts, what
was the required waiting period for filing and receiving citizenship? Was
there a declaration required or was a declaration, or first paper, needed
only after 1906?
Thank you,
Bob Roudman
San Rafael, CA
rcroudman@msn,com
RUDMAN, KRUTANSKY, ROUDMAN, MILLNER, CHALIK, MALTZMAN, KAPLAN
Riga,Kaunas,St.Louis,Tiraspol,Belogorodka


German SIG #Germany Displaced persons camp #germany

Susan Edel
 

Can anyone help me with information about displaced persons camps in North
Africa. My grandmother was on a transport out of Bergen Belsen, which
stopped at the German border, in Biberach, and then in St. Gallen,
Switzerland and she was then sent on to North Africa. It may have been in a
place called Philllipville, but I am not certain, and I am looking for
information about this transport and the camp. With thanks,

Susan EDEL, Petach Tikva, Israel <susan@deldent.com>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Naturalization waiting period? #general

robert roudman <rcroudman@...>
 

Prior to 1906 when naturalizations were handled in the local courts, what
was the required waiting period for filing and receiving citizenship? Was
there a declaration required or was a declaration, or first paper, needed
only after 1906?
Thank you,
Bob Roudman
San Rafael, CA
rcroudman@msn,com
RUDMAN, KRUTANSKY, ROUDMAN, MILLNER, CHALIK, MALTZMAN, KAPLAN
Riga,Kaunas,St.Louis,Tiraspol,Belogorodka


THE GOLDSCHMIDT family of Frankfurt/Main #germany

MBernet@...
 

There is an extensive tree of the Frankfurt/M GOLDSCHMIDT family/ies that
was produced a few years ago by two genealogists. I don't recall their names

Does anyone know the url, or how to contact either of the researchers?
Thank you

Michael Bernet, New York MBernet@aol.com


German SIG #Germany THE GOLDSCHMIDT family of Frankfurt/Main #germany

MBernet@...
 

There is an extensive tree of the Frankfurt/M GOLDSCHMIDT family/ies that
was produced a few years ago by two genealogists. I don't recall their names

Does anyone know the url, or how to contact either of the researchers?
Thank you

Michael Bernet, New York MBernet@aol.com