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Searching for living descendants of Abraham and Hannah (aka Annie) FRIEDENBERG (FREEDMAN) #general

JW <njww@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I am searching for any living descendants of Abraham FRIEDENBERG (aka
FREEDMAN) born in Mlawa Poland in 1848 and married to Hannah (Annie)
Gradowski. They lived in London in the late 1800s and moved to Leeds. They
had the following children: Sarah Florence, Solomon, Isaac, Maria, Ada,
Louisa, Jane, Minnie, Harris, Victoria Debra, and Louis. I am trying to
resolve conflicting information in order to determine if I am related to
them. Thanks for your assistance.

Regards,

Jeff Werner
Wernj@comcast.net


ViewMate translation requested - Russian #poland

yiya1@...
 

I have posted a birth and marriage record in Russian for Gisia Brzosa
from Wyszkow, Poland for which I need translation. The birth is >from
1890 and the marriage >from 1909.
It is on ViewMate at the following addresses:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM40559
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM40560

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you for you help,
Loretta Cole Schindelman
Delray Beach, Florida


Researching SILBERBERG, HALLER - Tarnow, Poland, BRZOZA -
Wyszkow, Poland, SPIEGELMAN and STERNBACH - Kolomyya, Ukraine,
HARNICK - Kosiv, Ukraine, WERMUTH - Tlumach, Ukraine, ALEXANDER and
BRAUNER -Berlin, Germany, SCHENDELMAN/SCHINDELMAN - Iasi, Romania


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for living descendants of Abraham and Hannah (aka Annie) FRIEDENBERG (FREEDMAN) #general

JW <njww@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I am searching for any living descendants of Abraham FRIEDENBERG (aka
FREEDMAN) born in Mlawa Poland in 1848 and married to Hannah (Annie)
Gradowski. They lived in London in the late 1800s and moved to Leeds. They
had the following children: Sarah Florence, Solomon, Isaac, Maria, Ada,
Louisa, Jane, Minnie, Harris, Victoria Debra, and Louis. I am trying to
resolve conflicting information in order to determine if I am related to
them. Thanks for your assistance.

Regards,

Jeff Werner
Wernj@comcast.net


JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate translation requested - Russian #poland

yiya1@...
 

I have posted a birth and marriage record in Russian for Gisia Brzosa
from Wyszkow, Poland for which I need translation. The birth is >from
1890 and the marriage >from 1909.
It is on ViewMate at the following addresses:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM40559
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM40560

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you for you help,
Loretta Cole Schindelman
Delray Beach, Florida


Researching SILBERBERG, HALLER - Tarnow, Poland, BRZOZA -
Wyszkow, Poland, SPIEGELMAN and STERNBACH - Kolomyya, Ukraine,
HARNICK - Kosiv, Ukraine, WERMUTH - Tlumach, Ukraine, ALEXANDER and
BRAUNER -Berlin, Germany, SCHENDELMAN/SCHINDELMAN - Iasi, Romania


Searching for living descendants of Harris and Sarah (FRIEDENBERG) GOBINSKI/GOODMAN #general

JW <njww@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I am trying to find any living descendants of Harris and Sarah (FRIEDENBERG)
GOBINSKI/GOODMAN who lived in London in the late 1800s. Sarah was born in
1853 in Mlawa Poland. They had the following children:

Abraham Asher, Harry, Hannah (Anna), Isaac, Rebecca, Fanny, Marks, Rachel,
and Isidore. I am trying to determine >from a living descendant if Sarah is a
relation since I've been unable to find any official documentation. Thank
you for your assistance.

Regards,

Jeff Werner
wernj@comcast.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for living descendants of Harris and Sarah (FRIEDENBERG) GOBINSKI/GOODMAN #general

JW <njww@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I am trying to find any living descendants of Harris and Sarah (FRIEDENBERG)
GOBINSKI/GOODMAN who lived in London in the late 1800s. Sarah was born in
1853 in Mlawa Poland. They had the following children:

Abraham Asher, Harry, Hannah (Anna), Isaac, Rebecca, Fanny, Marks, Rachel,
and Isidore. I am trying to determine >from a living descendant if Sarah is a
relation since I've been unable to find any official documentation. Thank
you for your assistance.

Regards,

Jeff Werner
wernj@comcast.net


Researching WEISBERG #general

LornaKay <lorna.kay@...>
 

I have successfully researched my WEISBERG family who originated in Ukraine
(Kamenets Podolsk and Zhvanets) and then came to Manchester, UK. I know
there are many Weisbergs in London and would like to make contact with them
to see if there is any connection. Looking on websites such as Ancestry
and FMP there appears to be a tenuous connection because many of the names
are repeated in the listings of all Weisbergs eg Abraham, Philip, Isadore,
Harris etc. Please contact me to compare notes. We also have a tenuous
connection with Weisbergs in America and hopefully new breakthroughs in DNA
testing will enable us to confirm whether or not we are related.

Lorna Kay
Manchester Regional Group
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
Researching
WEISBERG (Kamenets Podolsk, Pruskurov, Zhvanets - Ukraine)
SEABERG (Tukkums, Sassmacken - Latvia)
KAHN (Mitau - Latvia)
BLUESTONE (Roumania)
KUTCHINSKY (Piotrkow - Russian Poland)
BRADPIECE (Austria)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Researching WEISBERG #general

LornaKay <lorna.kay@...>
 

I have successfully researched my WEISBERG family who originated in Ukraine
(Kamenets Podolsk and Zhvanets) and then came to Manchester, UK. I know
there are many Weisbergs in London and would like to make contact with them
to see if there is any connection. Looking on websites such as Ancestry
and FMP there appears to be a tenuous connection because many of the names
are repeated in the listings of all Weisbergs eg Abraham, Philip, Isadore,
Harris etc. Please contact me to compare notes. We also have a tenuous
connection with Weisbergs in America and hopefully new breakthroughs in DNA
testing will enable us to confirm whether or not we are related.

Lorna Kay
Manchester Regional Group
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
Researching
WEISBERG (Kamenets Podolsk, Pruskurov, Zhvanets - Ukraine)
SEABERG (Tukkums, Sassmacken - Latvia)
KAHN (Mitau - Latvia)
BLUESTONE (Roumania)
KUTCHINSKY (Piotrkow - Russian Poland)
BRADPIECE (Austria)


Translation: Polish and Russian #general

Margalit Ashira Ir
 

Dear Genners,

I am requesting a translation for the following registrations of Birth,
Death and Marriage certificates for various members of my family. All are
from Biala Podlaska. Would greatly appreciate the extraction of all names,
ages, witnesses, professions that will help with future research.

I've posted a vital record on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39529
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39528

The following document is a marriage certificate, please translate AKT # 9
which is on the right hand side of the page.
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39046
As always, truly grateful for all assistance. David Price, you are a
wonder, thanks. 39046 is the one that we were struggling with this week
end. It is newly posted.

Please respond using the online ViewMate form or you may contact me
directly.

Warm Regards,
Margalit
Margalit Ashira Edelman Ir
Margalit.a.ir@gmail.com


Viewmate translation request - Russian Lublin region #poland

Olivier Szlos <olivierszlos@...>
 

I posted two documents on viewmate. I am grateful for your help
translating >from the Russian a marriage between Dawid ERLICHMAN and
Fayga FRAJMAN in the shtetl of Piaski in the county of Lublin. I am
very curious to know if this document mentions if Dawid is a shohet,
ritual butcher and if he is >from the shtetl of Belzyce.
And I also need a translation >from the Russian of the death
certificate for Nuchym SZTETELMAN >from Lublin. I'm looking for the
name of his wife, parents and children.

These are most likely documents related to my great grandparents, or so I hope.
Here are the links to the viewmate postings. Please respond via viewmate.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39412
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM40563

Thank you for all of your help, Olivier SZLOS

Researching: SZLOS, SZTETELMAN (Lublin) HEKIER (Lubartow) ERLICHMAN (Belzyce)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation: Polish and Russian #general

Margalit Ashira Ir
 

Dear Genners,

I am requesting a translation for the following registrations of Birth,
Death and Marriage certificates for various members of my family. All are
from Biala Podlaska. Would greatly appreciate the extraction of all names,
ages, witnesses, professions that will help with future research.

I've posted a vital record on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39529
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39528

The following document is a marriage certificate, please translate AKT # 9
which is on the right hand side of the page.
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39046
As always, truly grateful for all assistance. David Price, you are a
wonder, thanks. 39046 is the one that we were struggling with this week
end. It is newly posted.

Please respond using the online ViewMate form or you may contact me
directly.

Warm Regards,
Margalit
Margalit Ashira Edelman Ir
Margalit.a.ir@gmail.com


JRI Poland #Poland Viewmate translation request - Russian Lublin region #poland

Olivier Szlos <olivierszlos@...>
 

I posted two documents on viewmate. I am grateful for your help
translating >from the Russian a marriage between Dawid ERLICHMAN and
Fayga FRAJMAN in the shtetl of Piaski in the county of Lublin. I am
very curious to know if this document mentions if Dawid is a shohet,
ritual butcher and if he is >from the shtetl of Belzyce.
And I also need a translation >from the Russian of the death
certificate for Nuchym SZTETELMAN >from Lublin. I'm looking for the
name of his wife, parents and children.

These are most likely documents related to my great grandparents, or so I hope.
Here are the links to the viewmate postings. Please respond via viewmate.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39412
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM40563

Thank you for all of your help, Olivier SZLOS

Researching: SZLOS, SZTETELMAN (Lublin) HEKIER (Lubartow) ERLICHMAN (Belzyce)


Hungary 1931, 1940 business directories now searchable #general

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

I am delighted to announce the addition of two important Hungarian
directories to the free genealogyindexer.org full-text search engine.

The 1931 Hungary Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture Directory is
especially exciting because of its enormous scope: all of Hungary and
small businesses as well as large ones. At nearly 1000 oversized
pages, typically with hundreds of names each, this is one of the most
comprehensive all-Hungary directories searchable anywhere online. The
original title is: Magyarorszag kereskedelmi, ipari es mezogazdasagi
cimtara / Ungarns Adressbuch fuer Handel, Industrie, Gewerbe und
Landwirtschaft. To restrict a search to just this directory, append
{d1309} to your search term, like this: wigner {d1309}. Otherwise,
with the default options, all 2,000 sources (not only for Hungary)
will be searched simultaneously. Or, you can restrict a search to
Hungarian sources by changing the Any Place option below the search
box to Hungary.

Separate >from searching, you can also browse using the town index
beginning at http://genealogyindexer.org/view/1931H/15 or the industry
index beginning at http://genealogyindexer.org/view/1931H/889 . Note
that these list page numbers that are roughly 10 less than the image
numbers (so the image at http://genealogyindexer.org/view/1931H/471
has the printed page number 461).

The 1940 Hungary Industry Directory, while limited to larger
businesses, is still very useful because of its date closer to WWII
and the greater amount of detail given for many businesses. The
original title is: Orszagos ipari cimtar /
Industrie-adressenverzeichnis von Ungarn. To restrict a search to
just this directory, append {d1310} to your search term. Or, for both
of the above, append {d1309, d1310}.

Search results for these directories link to PDFs with low-resolution
scans of the matching directory pages, sometimes with the matches
highlighted (depending on your PDF viewer and web browser). Above
each low-resolution scan is a link to a high-resolution scan. If you
use the Chrome web browser, note that its built-in PDF viewer does not
handle all PDFs properly; if you have a problem, see
http://genealogyindexer.org/help.

Unlike 99% of the sources I add to genealogyindexer.org, I personally
sought out, acquired, and scanned these. This involved months of
tracking Hungarian antiquarian booksellers, many hours at a suitably
large book scanner, and the critical financial support of both the
Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington and the Jewish
Genealogical Society of Greater Boston. Without the Societies, these
directories would probably not be available, so please let me know if
you have any research successes and I will share the news with them.

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


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hungary 1931, 1940 business directories now searchable #general

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

I am delighted to announce the addition of two important Hungarian
directories to the free genealogyindexer.org full-text search engine.

The 1931 Hungary Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture Directory is
especially exciting because of its enormous scope: all of Hungary and
small businesses as well as large ones. At nearly 1000 oversized
pages, typically with hundreds of names each, this is one of the most
comprehensive all-Hungary directories searchable anywhere online. The
original title is: Magyarorszag kereskedelmi, ipari es mezogazdasagi
cimtara / Ungarns Adressbuch fuer Handel, Industrie, Gewerbe und
Landwirtschaft. To restrict a search to just this directory, append
{d1309} to your search term, like this: wigner {d1309}. Otherwise,
with the default options, all 2,000 sources (not only for Hungary)
will be searched simultaneously. Or, you can restrict a search to
Hungarian sources by changing the Any Place option below the search
box to Hungary.

Separate >from searching, you can also browse using the town index
beginning at http://genealogyindexer.org/view/1931H/15 or the industry
index beginning at http://genealogyindexer.org/view/1931H/889 . Note
that these list page numbers that are roughly 10 less than the image
numbers (so the image at http://genealogyindexer.org/view/1931H/471
has the printed page number 461).

The 1940 Hungary Industry Directory, while limited to larger
businesses, is still very useful because of its date closer to WWII
and the greater amount of detail given for many businesses. The
original title is: Orszagos ipari cimtar /
Industrie-adressenverzeichnis von Ungarn. To restrict a search to
just this directory, append {d1310} to your search term. Or, for both
of the above, append {d1309, d1310}.

Search results for these directories link to PDFs with low-resolution
scans of the matching directory pages, sometimes with the matches
highlighted (depending on your PDF viewer and web browser). Above
each low-resolution scan is a link to a high-resolution scan. If you
use the Chrome web browser, note that its built-in PDF viewer does not
handle all PDFs properly; if you have a problem, see
http://genealogyindexer.org/help.

Unlike 99% of the sources I add to genealogyindexer.org, I personally
sought out, acquired, and scanned these. This involved months of
tracking Hungarian antiquarian booksellers, many hours at a suitably
large book scanner, and the critical financial support of both the
Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington and the Jewish
Genealogical Society of Greater Boston. Without the Societies, these
directories would probably not be available, so please let me know if
you have any research successes and I will share the news with them.

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


Re: Osttransporte 25 ~ Berlin to Riga or Auschwitz ?? #germany

Fritz Neubauer
 

Dear Stayce,

the official Berlin account of the Berlin transports at the website

http://www.berlin.de/ba-charlottenburg-wilmersdorf/ueber-den-bezirk/geschichte/artikel.240430.php

under the title

"Liste der Deportationszuege aus Berlin von 1941 bis 1945"
(List of deportation trains >from Berlin >from 1941 to 1945)

lists the following information about transport 25:

* 25. 14.12.1942 Moabit 815 Auschwitz

with the data on

Nr. Abfahrtsdatum Abfahrtsbahnhof Zahl Ankunftsort
(transport number, departure date, departure station, number of
deportees, place of arrival).

The information is also based on the standard book on the deportation
trains by
Alfred Gottwaldt und Diana Schulle
*Die "Judendeportationen" aus dem Deutschen Reich 1941 - 1945* : eine
kommentierte Chronologie
(The Deportations of Jews >from the German Reich 1941-1945: a chronology
with comments),
published in Wiesbaden 2005, i.e. relatively late to include all the
sources available by then.

By the way, the Auschwitz death lists only contain the names of
prisoners who made it through the arrival selection and where assigned
to forced labor. All others, who were murdered on arrival did not even
get entered into the Auschwitz register.

I hope that helps

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany fritz.neubauer@uni-bielefeld.de

On May 19, Stacye Mehard vrederun@gmail.com wrote:
I am trying to verify whether Osttransporte 25 (>from Berlin) went to
Riga or Auschwitz (14:12:42).
JewishGen has listed in the "Captured German Records" Collection that
Osttransport 25 went to "Riga" ~ is this a typo??
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/CapturedGermanRecords.html
The Transporte List noted @
http://www.statistik-des-holocaust.de/list_ger_ber_ot25.html
states that Osttransporte 25 went >from Berlin to Auschwitz.
Yad Vashem states that Osttransporte 25 went to Auschwitz:
http://db.yadvashem.org/deportation/transportDetails.html?language=en&itemId=5092733
I am finding this very confusing.
Is there anyway to determine any transports that went *from* Riga *to*
Auschwitz during that time period??
The Yad Vashem writing states the following which may be the explanation ??
"The train usually went to Auschwitz via Breslau (Wroclaw) and
Kattowitz (Katowice), but the constant strain put on the
German railway system might have caused individual transports to take
other routes (to Auschwitz)." (Yad Vashem)
The Yad Vashem writing also states that the Auschwitz Death Register
indicates that no one on Osttransporte 25 survived Auschwitz.
Does the book ~ Death Books >from Auschwitz : Remnants by Państwowe
Muzeum Oświęcim-Brzezinka contain all known 'death certificates'
that were recorded in Auschwitz?? I tried using the name search on
the Auschwitz Museum site but did not find it particularly helpful.
I'd rather be able to look at a list of names.


German SIG #Germany Re: Osttransporte 25 ~ Berlin to Riga or Auschwitz ?? #germany

Fritz Neubauer
 

Dear Stayce,

the official Berlin account of the Berlin transports at the website

http://www.berlin.de/ba-charlottenburg-wilmersdorf/ueber-den-bezirk/geschichte/artikel.240430.php

under the title

"Liste der Deportationszuege aus Berlin von 1941 bis 1945"
(List of deportation trains >from Berlin >from 1941 to 1945)

lists the following information about transport 25:

* 25. 14.12.1942 Moabit 815 Auschwitz

with the data on

Nr. Abfahrtsdatum Abfahrtsbahnhof Zahl Ankunftsort
(transport number, departure date, departure station, number of
deportees, place of arrival).

The information is also based on the standard book on the deportation
trains by
Alfred Gottwaldt und Diana Schulle
*Die "Judendeportationen" aus dem Deutschen Reich 1941 - 1945* : eine
kommentierte Chronologie
(The Deportations of Jews >from the German Reich 1941-1945: a chronology
with comments),
published in Wiesbaden 2005, i.e. relatively late to include all the
sources available by then.

By the way, the Auschwitz death lists only contain the names of
prisoners who made it through the arrival selection and where assigned
to forced labor. All others, who were murdered on arrival did not even
get entered into the Auschwitz register.

I hope that helps

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany fritz.neubauer@uni-bielefeld.de

On May 19, Stacye Mehard vrederun@gmail.com wrote:
I am trying to verify whether Osttransporte 25 (>from Berlin) went to
Riga or Auschwitz (14:12:42).
JewishGen has listed in the "Captured German Records" Collection that
Osttransport 25 went to "Riga" ~ is this a typo??
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/CapturedGermanRecords.html
The Transporte List noted @
http://www.statistik-des-holocaust.de/list_ger_ber_ot25.html
states that Osttransporte 25 went >from Berlin to Auschwitz.
Yad Vashem states that Osttransporte 25 went to Auschwitz:
http://db.yadvashem.org/deportation/transportDetails.html?language=en&itemId=5092733
I am finding this very confusing.
Is there anyway to determine any transports that went *from* Riga *to*
Auschwitz during that time period??
The Yad Vashem writing states the following which may be the explanation ??
"The train usually went to Auschwitz via Breslau (Wroclaw) and
Kattowitz (Katowice), but the constant strain put on the
German railway system might have caused individual transports to take
other routes (to Auschwitz)." (Yad Vashem)
The Yad Vashem writing also states that the Auschwitz Death Register
indicates that no one on Osttransporte 25 survived Auschwitz.
Does the book ~ Death Books >from Auschwitz : Remnants by Państwowe
Muzeum Oświęcim-Brzezinka contain all known 'death certificates'
that were recorded in Auschwitz?? I tried using the name search on
the Auschwitz Museum site but did not find it particularly helpful.
I'd rather be able to look at a list of names.


(US) Free Access to Select Military Databases through May 27 By New England Historic Genealogical Society #usa

Jan Meisels Allen
 

To commemorate Memorial Day, the New England Historic Genealogical Society
is offering free access to select military databases now through May 27 on
American Ancestors. The databases being offered are:

Colonial Soldiers and Officers in New England 1620-1775
Massachusetts Revolutionary War Pensioners' Receipts 1799-1807
Massachusetts Revolutionary War Pensioners'; receipts 1829-1837

While the majority of Jewish immigration to the US occurred later, there
were Jews in the United States pre -Revolutionary War and in the early
1800's.

To read more about the free access offer go to: http://tinyurl.com/lphdb8f
Original url:
http://www.americanancestors.org/memorialday/?utm_source=twgnewsletter&utm_m
edium=newsletter&utm_campaign=twg740

Registration is required. To register go to:
http://www.americanancestors.org/join/?reg-type=free'

I have no affiliation with the New England Historic Genealogical Society and
am posting this solely for the information of the reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Early American SIG #USA (US) Free Access to Select Military Databases through May 27 By New England Historic Genealogical Society #usa

Jan Meisels Allen
 

To commemorate Memorial Day, the New England Historic Genealogical Society
is offering free access to select military databases now through May 27 on
American Ancestors. The databases being offered are:

Colonial Soldiers and Officers in New England 1620-1775
Massachusetts Revolutionary War Pensioners' Receipts 1799-1807
Massachusetts Revolutionary War Pensioners'; receipts 1829-1837

While the majority of Jewish immigration to the US occurred later, there
were Jews in the United States pre -Revolutionary War and in the early
1800's.

To read more about the free access offer go to: http://tinyurl.com/lphdb8f
Original url:
http://www.americanancestors.org/memorialday/?utm_source=twgnewsletter&utm_m
edium=newsletter&utm_campaign=twg740

Registration is required. To register go to:
http://www.americanancestors.org/join/?reg-type=free'

I have no affiliation with the New England Historic Genealogical Society and
am posting this solely for the information of the reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Education offers new course Get Ready to Publish Your Research #usa

Nancy Holden
 

Get Ready to Publish Your Research May 29 - June 19
Are you ready to publish your family history and wondering how to
get it organized and out to family and friends?

JewishGen is offering a 4 week class in Preparing to Publish Your
Family History Data. This class covers project organization, the
report process, formatting, source and citation skills. It includes
how to create and save media files, graphs and charts. In other
words: Putting it All Together

This class will consider the various ways of packaging your research,
matching your material to your audience and figuring out what to
include >from the research you have accumulated. We will consider the
many kinds of publications >from photo albums to family history books,
the self-publishing venues, and using professional publishers.

Class is in a Forum setting private to JewishGen and open 24/7 to
accommodate all time zones. Students will work on their family history
with the instructor.

Enrollment is by application. Students should have collected enough
data and photographs to start their project.

To apply send a one page document and include these points in your
summary statement:
1. An Introductory Paragraph describing your project. (What will
the project include, who is your audience and what kind of data
you have compiled.)
2. Write a paragraph that begins: "I visualize it being presented
in the following format...."(will it be printed, bound, electronic,
one copy, multiple copies etc.)
3. If you have special needs, missing data, constrictions, obstacles
now is the time to think them through. Write a paragraph that helps
anticipate some of the parameters of your project. For example, I am
waiting for data from....my files are in disarray, I have sources
for some of my data but not all of it, I have large media files that
I want to use (etc.) I am collaborating with...and want to include
that data...
Class size is limited.

Tuition is $150 and is payable after the application process, through
our online secure web site.
For questions and to submit your application, please email the
instructor, by clicking here:
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.jewishgen.org


Marienthal Rhein Pfalz #germany

Sherry Hines <shery1@...>
 

I am searching for someone who can help me find the Jewish records for the
town of Marienthal. My mgggf Abraham SCHWARZ was born there in 1822. His
father was Isaac. I have seen a website (Marienthal Judaica Alemania) that
talks about the town and some of the people living there in the 1800s which
include the name Isaac SCHWARZ, but as of yet I am unable to find where
the records came >from or a Geneologist in Germany or someone who can help.

I have some feelers out through emails I have found on line but as of yet,
nothing. Any info or help would be greatly appreciated. Regards,

Sherry Hines shery1@aol.com

Searching SCHWARZ-Marienthal; ROSENSWEIG-Hoheisweiler; STERN- Tuchola/Tuchel;
WOLF-Miehlen, LOEB-Darmstadt.

97261 - 97280 of 665535