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Viewmate 68781: 1886 Death of Tobi SALZBERGER - Hungarian #general

Moishe Miller
 

Hello Fellow Researchers,

I have posted Viewmate 68781.

Can anyone read the detail for line line 82, the death of Toni
SALZBERGER. I can read the Hebrew next to Toni. Can someone kindly
decipher all the other content recorded in all the other boxes of her
row, line 82??

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68781

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you!

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


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate 68781: 1886 Death of Tobi SALZBERGER - Hungarian #general

Moishe Miller
 

Hello Fellow Researchers,

I have posted Viewmate 68781.

Can anyone read the detail for line line 82, the death of Toni
SALZBERGER. I can read the Hebrew next to Toni. Can someone kindly
decipher all the other content recorded in all the other boxes of her
row, line 82??

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68781

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you!

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


ViewMate translation request Polish/Russian #general

Rene Eisner
 

Dear friends
I've posted two vital records in Polish / Russian for which I would like a
translation. They are on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68740
this I believe to be the marriage of Szajko WECHTER and Tauba Paula 1868.
As much information as possible would be great, a full translation is not
necessary.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68739
this I believe to be the birth of Ryfka Bejla WECHTER 1876. As much
information as possible.

Thank you in anticipation.

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Best regards,

Rene Eisner
Melbourne, Australia
Researching WECHTER , RIGMAN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request Polish/Russian #general

Rene Eisner
 

Dear friends
I've posted two vital records in Polish / Russian for which I would like a
translation. They are on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68740
this I believe to be the marriage of Szajko WECHTER and Tauba Paula 1868.
As much information as possible would be great, a full translation is not
necessary.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68739
this I believe to be the birth of Ryfka Bejla WECHTER 1876. As much
information as possible.

Thank you in anticipation.

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Best regards,

Rene Eisner
Melbourne, Australia
Researching WECHTER , RIGMAN


Looking for gravestones - Mt. Ararat, Union Field, and New Montefiore #general

Alyssa Freeman
 

Hi, All -
If anyone is going to Mt. Ararat, Union Field, or New Montefiore
Cemeteries in New York (Mt. Ararat is in Farmingdale, Union Field is
in Ridgewood, and (New) Montefiore (sometimes just Montefiore - same
place) is in West Babylon), please contact me off the listserv. I'd
like some pictures of the grave stones of some family members (just
pictures - I can translate). I would be willing to reimburse you for
processing the pictures. Thank you very much!

Alyssa Freeman
Henrico, VA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for gravestones - Mt. Ararat, Union Field, and New Montefiore #general

Alyssa Freeman
 

Hi, All -
If anyone is going to Mt. Ararat, Union Field, or New Montefiore
Cemeteries in New York (Mt. Ararat is in Farmingdale, Union Field is
in Ridgewood, and (New) Montefiore (sometimes just Montefiore - same
place) is in West Babylon), please contact me off the listserv. I'd
like some pictures of the grave stones of some family members (just
pictures - I can translate). I would be willing to reimburse you for
processing the pictures. Thank you very much!

Alyssa Freeman
Henrico, VA


Searching for ancestors #general

Alyssa Freeman
 

Hi, All -
I'm looking for the parents/ancestors and siblings of Abraham
FRIEMAN, Fanny Frieman (nee ZUSSMAN/YOSSEM), Abraham FFAVELUKIS, and
Baile and Morechai/Mordcha DIKERMAN. Abraham F. may have been born in
Galicia in 1899. Fanny was born in Lithuania around 1890, though I
don't know where. Abraham F. was either born in Tiraspol or Odessa
(both Russian at the time) around 1865. Baile and Mordechai Dikerman
**lived** in Odessa in 1868 when my great-grandmother was born, though I
don't know if they were born there.

Both Abrahams and their wives emigrated to the US - the Friemans
originally went to New Jersey and the Favelukises (changed to Fab
in the US) went to New York. To my knowledge, their parents stayed
behind in Russia or died by the time they left (early 20th century).

I have consulted JewishGen and the various databases there, as well
as My Heritage, Geni, and Ancestry. I know Abraham Frieman had
siblings named Jacob and Sarah. I don't know anything else about
Fanny (except about when she was born and when she died). As far as
Abraham Favelukis, I don't know any definite siblings. Mordechai and
Baile had four daughters that I know of - Shava/Bat-Sheva (Abraham
F.'s wife), Matya, Leah (who became Lipis), and Chaya (who became
Silverstein or Silbert).

As I said, I'm looking for the parents and (other) siblings of both
Abrahams, the parents and siblings of Fanny, and the parents and
siblings of Mordechai and Baile Dikerman. Any help would be
appreciated!

Thank you!

Alyssa Freeman
Henrico, VA 23238


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for ancestors #general

Alyssa Freeman
 

Hi, All -
I'm looking for the parents/ancestors and siblings of Abraham
FRIEMAN, Fanny Frieman (nee ZUSSMAN/YOSSEM), Abraham FFAVELUKIS, and
Baile and Morechai/Mordcha DIKERMAN. Abraham F. may have been born in
Galicia in 1899. Fanny was born in Lithuania around 1890, though I
don't know where. Abraham F. was either born in Tiraspol or Odessa
(both Russian at the time) around 1865. Baile and Mordechai Dikerman
**lived** in Odessa in 1868 when my great-grandmother was born, though I
don't know if they were born there.

Both Abrahams and their wives emigrated to the US - the Friemans
originally went to New Jersey and the Favelukises (changed to Fab
in the US) went to New York. To my knowledge, their parents stayed
behind in Russia or died by the time they left (early 20th century).

I have consulted JewishGen and the various databases there, as well
as My Heritage, Geni, and Ancestry. I know Abraham Frieman had
siblings named Jacob and Sarah. I don't know anything else about
Fanny (except about when she was born and when she died). As far as
Abraham Favelukis, I don't know any definite siblings. Mordechai and
Baile had four daughters that I know of - Shava/Bat-Sheva (Abraham
F.'s wife), Matya, Leah (who became Lipis), and Chaya (who became
Silverstein or Silbert).

As I said, I'm looking for the parents and (other) siblings of both
Abrahams, the parents and siblings of Fanny, and the parents and
siblings of Mordechai and Baile Dikerman. Any help would be
appreciated!

Thank you!

Alyssa Freeman
Henrico, VA 23238


Searching for KUZINETZ Family Descendants from Slonim #belarus

David Slater
 

I am searching for descendants of Beila [1893-1977] & Eliezar KUZINETZ
[1886-1975], originally >from Slonim, Belarus, who emigrated to Israel in
1951. Last address Haifa, Israel.



Beila filled out Pages of Testimony [POT] at Yad Vashem for her
neighbor's cousin Isaac DEUTSCH [DAJCZ] & family, as well as, Avraham BUKOVITZKI
& family, all >from Slonim. I am trying to establish how Beila KUZINETZ may be
related to my relatives, the DEUTSCH and BUKOVITZKI families. I do not know
Beila's maiden name.



Beila had two sons, one of which Itzhak BARZILAY (formerly KUZINETZ), lived
in Ashkelon, Israel and had two sons, Sahy & Izzy-Eliezer. They may have
left Israel at some point.



Any information or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Please reply
privately.



David Slater

Atlanta, GA, USA

slaterd@bellsouth.net



Researching

TAICH/DAJCZ/DEUTSCH, MOSHKOVSKY, MONTE, ROCKOVITZ, BUKOVITZKI, MEIROVITZ,
KUZINETZ; � Slonim, Belarus

SCHLACHTER/SLACHTER, BARON, DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES, MORVITZ/MOFTEZ,
IOFFE/YAFFE/JAFFE, SKODOWITZ; � Kavarskas, Lithuania

DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES; - Anyksciai, Lithuania

SIMONSOHN/SIMSON, WEINSTEIN, WINBLER, SCHWARTZ; � Riga, Latvia

KRAUZE/KRAUSE, FIKSEL/FIXEL, WASILKOVSKY, WEISS, SPECTOR, KUPER/KOOPER; �
Bialystok, Poland

WASILKOVSKY, SPECTOR, COHEN; � Wasilkow, Poland

FUCHS/FOX, PALEYS/PALEY; � Bobruisk, Belarus


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching for KUZINETZ Family Descendants from Slonim #belarus

David Slater
 

I am searching for descendants of Beila [1893-1977] & Eliezar KUZINETZ
[1886-1975], originally >from Slonim, Belarus, who emigrated to Israel in
1951. Last address Haifa, Israel.



Beila filled out Pages of Testimony [POT] at Yad Vashem for her
neighbor's cousin Isaac DEUTSCH [DAJCZ] & family, as well as, Avraham BUKOVITZKI
& family, all >from Slonim. I am trying to establish how Beila KUZINETZ may be
related to my relatives, the DEUTSCH and BUKOVITZKI families. I do not know
Beila's maiden name.



Beila had two sons, one of which Itzhak BARZILAY (formerly KUZINETZ), lived
in Ashkelon, Israel and had two sons, Sahy & Izzy-Eliezer. They may have
left Israel at some point.



Any information or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Please reply
privately.



David Slater

Atlanta, GA, USA

slaterd@bellsouth.net



Researching

TAICH/DAJCZ/DEUTSCH, MOSHKOVSKY, MONTE, ROCKOVITZ, BUKOVITZKI, MEIROVITZ,
KUZINETZ; � Slonim, Belarus

SCHLACHTER/SLACHTER, BARON, DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES, MORVITZ/MOFTEZ,
IOFFE/YAFFE/JAFFE, SKODOWITZ; � Kavarskas, Lithuania

DROBIS/DROBIZ/DROBES; - Anyksciai, Lithuania

SIMONSOHN/SIMSON, WEINSTEIN, WINBLER, SCHWARTZ; � Riga, Latvia

KRAUZE/KRAUSE, FIKSEL/FIXEL, WASILKOVSKY, WEISS, SPECTOR, KUPER/KOOPER; �
Bialystok, Poland

WASILKOVSKY, SPECTOR, COHEN; � Wasilkow, Poland

FUCHS/FOX, PALEYS/PALEY; � Bobruisk, Belarus


Searching:Ancestral Surname CZERWIATYCKI #belarus

Marlene Walker <marlenewalker57@...>
 

I am researching my family >from Ruzhany. The ancestral surname is CZERWIATYCKI
Has anyone come across this surname? Thank you.
Marlene Walker
Toronto, Canada

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching:Ancestral Surname CZERWIATYCKI #belarus

Marlene Walker <marlenewalker57@...>
 

I am researching my family >from Ruzhany. The ancestral surname is CZERWIATYCKI
Has anyone come across this surname? Thank you.
Marlene Walker
Toronto, Canada

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately


New additions to the All Galicia Database #galicia

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

New vital records and taxpayer records are now available on the All
Galicia Database <https://search.geshergalicia.org>.

A. Vital records
a) Tarnopol (Ternopil). Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine
in Lviv (TsDIAL), Fond 701/1/327:
- Jewish deaths 1820-1834 (3,400 records), and
- Jewish marriages 1820-1852 (126 records).

b) Stanislawow (Stanislav, Ivano-Frankivsk). State Archive of
Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (DAIFO), Fond 631/1/739, 738; and 631/2/85:
- Jewish deaths 1924-1926. (984 records).

c) Mikulince (Mykulyntsi). TsDIAL, Fond 701/1/164-173, 177:
- Jewish deaths 1887-1890, 1893-1894, 1896-1899, 1929. (961 records).

d) Nowy Wisnicz. Tarnow state archive, Fond 276/81:
- Jewish deaths (index book) 1919-1942. (587 records).

B. Jewish Taxpayer records
- Kolomyja (Kolomea, Kolomyya), Jewish Taxpayers, 1939. DAIFO, Fond
320 (1,258 records).


Vital records coming soon:
- Radziechow: Jewish births 1832-1860
- Tarnopol: Jewish deaths 1845-1869
- Stanislawow: Jewish deaths 1845-1863
- Probuzna: List of Jewish residents 1932

For further information, please contact: <info@geshergalicia.org>.
Please do NOT reply to this email.


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
Website: https://www.geshergalicia.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GesherGalicia/

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Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia New additions to the All Galicia Database #galicia

Gesher Galicia SIG
 

New vital records and taxpayer records are now available on the All
Galicia Database <https://search.geshergalicia.org>.

A. Vital records
a) Tarnopol (Ternopil). Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine
in Lviv (TsDIAL), Fond 701/1/327:
- Jewish deaths 1820-1834 (3,400 records), and
- Jewish marriages 1820-1852 (126 records).

b) Stanislawow (Stanislav, Ivano-Frankivsk). State Archive of
Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast (DAIFO), Fond 631/1/739, 738; and 631/2/85:
- Jewish deaths 1924-1926. (984 records).

c) Mikulince (Mykulyntsi). TsDIAL, Fond 701/1/164-173, 177:
- Jewish deaths 1887-1890, 1893-1894, 1896-1899, 1929. (961 records).

d) Nowy Wisnicz. Tarnow state archive, Fond 276/81:
- Jewish deaths (index book) 1919-1942. (587 records).

B. Jewish Taxpayer records
- Kolomyja (Kolomea, Kolomyya), Jewish Taxpayers, 1939. DAIFO, Fond
320 (1,258 records).


Vital records coming soon:
- Radziechow: Jewish births 1832-1860
- Tarnopol: Jewish deaths 1845-1869
- Stanislawow: Jewish deaths 1845-1863
- Probuzna: List of Jewish residents 1932

For further information, please contact: <info@geshergalicia.org>.
Please do NOT reply to this email.


Tony Kahane
Chair & Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
Website: https://www.geshergalicia.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GesherGalicia/

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Searching for MOSKOVITS Family #hungary

George Moskowitz
 

Hello Peter:

My name is George Moskowitz, and I have been putting together a family
tree on Ancestry.com. My family is >from Hungary (motherâ??s side) and
Czechoslovakia (fatherâ??s side). My father was born in Skaros in 1905,
and I have been having trouble tracing many family members >from that
era. Some came to the USA, but many did not and were victims of the
Holocaust. I am wondering if the folder you found could yield any
information on any of them.

While I do not live in that area (I live in the USA), I would love to
be able to get any information that results >from the researcherâ??s
work, whether directly or >from JewishGen, if there is any mention of
any of my family members,

George Moskowitz

Moderator: George, as you may know MOSKOVITS/MOSKOVICS was a very common surname
for Jews who lived in that part of Hungary that is now eastern Slovakia where
Medzilaborce is located. Unless you know that your family lived in Medzilaborce,
would be best for you to start researching your family in the JewishGen Hungarian
SIG database. When you send messages to this list indicate the places where your family
lived and the approximate dates. All of what is now Slovakia as well as part of
Ukraine was in Hungary before WWI and in Czechoslovakia >from the end of World War I
until the end of WWII. Once you find the names of the places where your family lived
from passenger manifests and naturalization records, we can help you identify the
former Hungarian names. The more specific the information, the easier it will be to
help you with your research.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Searching for MOSKOVITS Family #hungary

George Moskowitz
 

Hello Peter:

My name is George Moskowitz, and I have been putting together a family
tree on Ancestry.com. My family is >from Hungary (motherâ??s side) and
Czechoslovakia (fatherâ??s side). My father was born in Skaros in 1905,
and I have been having trouble tracing many family members >from that
era. Some came to the USA, but many did not and were victims of the
Holocaust. I am wondering if the folder you found could yield any
information on any of them.

While I do not live in that area (I live in the USA), I would love to
be able to get any information that results >from the researcherâ??s
work, whether directly or >from JewishGen, if there is any mention of
any of my family members,

George Moskowitz

Moderator: George, as you may know MOSKOVITS/MOSKOVICS was a very common surname
for Jews who lived in that part of Hungary that is now eastern Slovakia where
Medzilaborce is located. Unless you know that your family lived in Medzilaborce,
would be best for you to start researching your family in the JewishGen Hungarian
SIG database. When you send messages to this list indicate the places where your family
lived and the approximate dates. All of what is now Slovakia as well as part of
Ukraine was in Hungary before WWI and in Czechoslovakia >from the end of World War I
until the end of WWII. Once you find the names of the places where your family lived
from passenger manifests and naturalization records, we can help you identify the
former Hungarian names. The more specific the information, the easier it will be to
help you with your research.


Viewmate 68781: 1886 Death of Tobi Salzberger #hungary

Moishe Miller
 

Hello Fellow Researchers,

I have posted Viewmate 68781.

Can anyone read the detail for line line 82, the death of Toni
SALZBERGER. I can read the Hebrew next to Toni, which is ט×?×?×?×¢
(Toi-beh). Can someone kindly decipher all the other content recorded in
all the other boxes of her row, line 82??

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68781
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you!

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

Moderator: Please use Viewmate to respond as requested.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Viewmate 68781: 1886 Death of Tobi Salzberger #hungary

Moishe Miller
 

Hello Fellow Researchers,

I have posted Viewmate 68781.

Can anyone read the detail for line line 82, the death of Toni
SALZBERGER. I can read the Hebrew next to Toni, which is ט×?×?×?×¢
(Toi-beh). Can someone kindly decipher all the other content recorded in
all the other boxes of her row, line 82??

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68781
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you!

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

Moderator: Please use Viewmate to respond as requested.


Looking to connect the WEILERs of Oberhausen (Wallhalben) and Steinbach am Glan #general

MJTuteur@...
 

Several JewishGenners have connections to ancestors named WEILER, one branch of
which lived in Oberhausen and the other in Steinbach am Glan (both in the Pfalz).
So far, we have been unable to find a definitive connection, even though the
Oberhausen WEILERS married into the TRIEFUS (TREIFUS) family, also of Steinbach
am Glan.

We recently confirmed that, among the several "Oberhausens" that exist in this
area, the definitive origin town for the Oberhausen branch is the one that was
later incorporated into the municipality of Wallhalben.

We are interested in hearing >from others who know about Oberhausen, Wallhalben
or Steinbach am Glan, and who may have connections or information about the
WEILERs. Our goal is to see if we can find a link between these two branches.
(Note that the MAY or MAI family also married into the WEILER family several
times.)

Michael Tuteur


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking to connect the WEILERs of Oberhausen (Wallhalben) and Steinbach am Glan #general

MJTuteur@...
 

Several JewishGenners have connections to ancestors named WEILER, one branch of
which lived in Oberhausen and the other in Steinbach am Glan (both in the Pfalz).
So far, we have been unable to find a definitive connection, even though the
Oberhausen WEILERS married into the TRIEFUS (TREIFUS) family, also of Steinbach
am Glan.

We recently confirmed that, among the several "Oberhausens" that exist in this
area, the definitive origin town for the Oberhausen branch is the one that was
later incorporated into the municipality of Wallhalben.

We are interested in hearing >from others who know about Oberhausen, Wallhalben
or Steinbach am Glan, and who may have connections or information about the
WEILERs. Our goal is to see if we can find a link between these two branches.
(Note that the MAY or MAI family also married into the WEILER family several
times.)

Michael Tuteur

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