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Rostov-On-Don Archival Database of Jewish Community #general

Marilyn Robinson
 

This is a Russian language site.The home page is found at

http://en.holocaust.su/ (there is a button for English "EN", top right).
The project by the Rostov Jewish community is "Holokost.Rostov". 2400+
names of holocaust victims have been collected.

List of Births:
At: http://holocaust.su/search_people/page1.
You can search by name via a search box ( I don't know if the search is
only in Cyrillic) or by page. Where possible, names, DOB are included.
Click on "more" link in the document for additional information about an
individual, extracted >from birth registers. ( some parents' names, DOB,
child's name)---114 pages.
It looks like this list is based on the Rostov Jewish Community archives.
The description also says that, "Using the search box...you can find out
the date of birth and marriage of relatives. Referring to the archive in
the Rostov synagogue, you can get a copy of the records with 'autograph'
of your ancestors". ( I don't know what this last part means--maybe a
signature?????)

List of Marriages:
At: http://holocaust.su/s_people/
It includes names, ages of spouses, Marriage date There are 35 pages.

For example:
ABOVICH & ZLOTOVOY, AUERBACH & LUBIN, ASHKENAZI & PERELMAN,
BINSHTOK & BALABAN, BREST & MESHEROVSKOY, KATSENELENBEYGEN & LEVINE,
MODINE & OXENBERG, SILVERSMITH & OSNOS, HEIFETZ & KLETENIK, SHEARMAN &
RETSKER, YUDALEVICH & TARTAKOWER, YUDOLOVICH & GREENBLATT, YAMPOLSKY &
DANZIGER, YAHNYCH & BURSHTOR, et al

List of Victims of Holocaust:
At: http://holocaust.su/sd_people/. you can also search by name via a
search box or by page
This table has: Name, DOB, Age, Address. It is 25 pages of those killed
in Zmievskaya, August 11-12, 1942.

A few names are: AZHELOEV, EISENSTADT, AKTERMAN, BAGON, BAYGER, BARKIN,
BELENCHIK, BERQUIST, VAINERMAN, WALDSTEIN, WANG, WEXLER, VERHIVKER,
WINICK, WOLFSON, GALAMA, GELDYSH, HERMAN, GLICKMAN, GOLDIN, GRANASHTEYN,
GROUX, GUTTMACHER, DANILEVSKY, DIMENSTEIN, DOLKART, ESMINA, ZHYTOMYR,
ZEF, ZINALMAN, SINGER, JOFFE, IOFFE-BLEICHER, ITZKOWITZ, HAGAN, KAPLAN,
KVALVASSER (PAVLOVIAN), KOGAN, KONTOROVICH, LADARIA, LAVIGNE, LEVINE,
LISITSYN LUPACH, MAYDOT, MINKIN, MOGILEV, NATUS, OGUZ, OISLENDER-
GOLDENSTEIN, OKUN, OSTROVSKY, PAVLOVIAN, PEVZNER, POLICHEK, RABINOVICH,
RACINE, RODIN, RUDSHTEYN,EPSTEIN, YUDILEVICH (BELENKY), YUZHELSKAYA,
JUNGERMAN, YUSEVICH, JANKOWSKI, YASHA, et al.


There is a Holocaust video "Judenfrei","Free of Jews" in Russian, at:
http://holocaust.su/video

Holocaust Documentation can be found at:
http://holocaust.su/docs/ (captions can be translated to English, but
not the documents).

Please see the site for more names and information.

Marilyn Robinson


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rostov-On-Don Archival Database of Jewish Community #general

Marilyn Robinson
 

This is a Russian language site.The home page is found at

http://en.holocaust.su/ (there is a button for English "EN", top right).
The project by the Rostov Jewish community is "Holokost.Rostov". 2400+
names of holocaust victims have been collected.

List of Births:
At: http://holocaust.su/search_people/page1.
You can search by name via a search box ( I don't know if the search is
only in Cyrillic) or by page. Where possible, names, DOB are included.
Click on "more" link in the document for additional information about an
individual, extracted >from birth registers. ( some parents' names, DOB,
child's name)---114 pages.
It looks like this list is based on the Rostov Jewish Community archives.
The description also says that, "Using the search box...you can find out
the date of birth and marriage of relatives. Referring to the archive in
the Rostov synagogue, you can get a copy of the records with 'autograph'
of your ancestors". ( I don't know what this last part means--maybe a
signature?????)

List of Marriages:
At: http://holocaust.su/s_people/
It includes names, ages of spouses, Marriage date There are 35 pages.

For example:
ABOVICH & ZLOTOVOY, AUERBACH & LUBIN, ASHKENAZI & PERELMAN,
BINSHTOK & BALABAN, BREST & MESHEROVSKOY, KATSENELENBEYGEN & LEVINE,
MODINE & OXENBERG, SILVERSMITH & OSNOS, HEIFETZ & KLETENIK, SHEARMAN &
RETSKER, YUDALEVICH & TARTAKOWER, YUDOLOVICH & GREENBLATT, YAMPOLSKY &
DANZIGER, YAHNYCH & BURSHTOR, et al

List of Victims of Holocaust:
At: http://holocaust.su/sd_people/. you can also search by name via a
search box or by page
This table has: Name, DOB, Age, Address. It is 25 pages of those killed
in Zmievskaya, August 11-12, 1942.

A few names are: AZHELOEV, EISENSTADT, AKTERMAN, BAGON, BAYGER, BARKIN,
BELENCHIK, BERQUIST, VAINERMAN, WALDSTEIN, WANG, WEXLER, VERHIVKER,
WINICK, WOLFSON, GALAMA, GELDYSH, HERMAN, GLICKMAN, GOLDIN, GRANASHTEYN,
GROUX, GUTTMACHER, DANILEVSKY, DIMENSTEIN, DOLKART, ESMINA, ZHYTOMYR,
ZEF, ZINALMAN, SINGER, JOFFE, IOFFE-BLEICHER, ITZKOWITZ, HAGAN, KAPLAN,
KVALVASSER (PAVLOVIAN), KOGAN, KONTOROVICH, LADARIA, LAVIGNE, LEVINE,
LISITSYN LUPACH, MAYDOT, MINKIN, MOGILEV, NATUS, OGUZ, OISLENDER-
GOLDENSTEIN, OKUN, OSTROVSKY, PAVLOVIAN, PEVZNER, POLICHEK, RABINOVICH,
RACINE, RODIN, RUDSHTEYN,EPSTEIN, YUDILEVICH (BELENKY), YUZHELSKAYA,
JUNGERMAN, YUSEVICH, JANKOWSKI, YASHA, et al.


There is a Holocaust video "Judenfrei","Free of Jews" in Russian, at:
http://holocaust.su/video

Holocaust Documentation can be found at:
http://holocaust.su/docs/ (captions can be translated to English, but
not the documents).

Please see the site for more names and information.

Marilyn Robinson


Jewish birth/death records in Germany 1899 - 1910 #general

Judy Rowse <judy.rowse@...>
 

I have a photograph taken about 1906 of my grandmother with her baby
brother, and their older sister who died aged about 8 years.

The boy was born in 1905 at Dresden, and my grandmother was born in Wriezen
in 1902.

The children's parents were married in July of 1899.

I have the parents' names, but not the given name of their oldest daughter.

Is there any hope to trace the birth and death registration of this Great
Aunt of mine?

I would dearly like to put a name to the photograph.

I shall be grateful for any suggestions, sincerely,
Judy Rowse
(researcher code 263498)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish birth/death records in Germany 1899 - 1910 #general

Judy Rowse <judy.rowse@...>
 

I have a photograph taken about 1906 of my grandmother with her baby
brother, and their older sister who died aged about 8 years.

The boy was born in 1905 at Dresden, and my grandmother was born in Wriezen
in 1902.

The children's parents were married in July of 1899.

I have the parents' names, but not the given name of their oldest daughter.

Is there any hope to trace the birth and death registration of this Great
Aunt of mine?

I would dearly like to put a name to the photograph.

I shall be grateful for any suggestions, sincerely,
Judy Rowse
(researcher code 263498)


Jews In Pskov #general

Marilyn Robinson
 

The author of this Russian language article is N.F. Levin. It is at:

http://www.derjavapskov.ru/cat/cattema/catcattemadiver/959/
or http://tinyurl.com/9jx6man

Some Jewish names mentioned in the article are: LUTSK, DOBRYSHA,
FRADIN, KRUPA, BAMUNERA, GOPPA, OLKENITSKOGO, ZION, YAHISHA, RUBIN,
GOBOVICH, FEIGIN, FAYGENBLYUM, TZMBAL, HANINA, GELDMAN, GREENSON,
ILYASHEVYM, GORDIN, LEVINTOV, TSEHNOVITSERY, AMITAI, BELENKY, IOFIS,
DREINDEL,CROUP, LERMAN, SUTKIN, NEIMAN, LERNER, GALATSER, DAVIDSON,
KAPLAN, ZOELLICK, CHESNEY, BORJA, RIVLIN, BORHOVU, ROSENBERG,
NEUMANN, RUMELIA/RUMMEL, ZILBER, TYNYANOV, KAVERIN, LURY,
KACZERGINSKI, GRODZINSKY, et al. Please see the site for additional
names, occupations, locations of businesses, and other information.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jews In Pskov #general

Marilyn Robinson
 

The author of this Russian language article is N.F. Levin. It is at:

http://www.derjavapskov.ru/cat/cattema/catcattemadiver/959/
or http://tinyurl.com/9jx6man

Some Jewish names mentioned in the article are: LUTSK, DOBRYSHA,
FRADIN, KRUPA, BAMUNERA, GOPPA, OLKENITSKOGO, ZION, YAHISHA, RUBIN,
GOBOVICH, FEIGIN, FAYGENBLYUM, TZMBAL, HANINA, GELDMAN, GREENSON,
ILYASHEVYM, GORDIN, LEVINTOV, TSEHNOVITSERY, AMITAI, BELENKY, IOFIS,
DREINDEL,CROUP, LERMAN, SUTKIN, NEIMAN, LERNER, GALATSER, DAVIDSON,
KAPLAN, ZOELLICK, CHESNEY, BORJA, RIVLIN, BORHOVU, ROSENBERG,
NEUMANN, RUMELIA/RUMMEL, ZILBER, TYNYANOV, KAVERIN, LURY,
KACZERGINSKI, GRODZINSKY, et al. Please see the site for additional
names, occupations, locations of businesses, and other information.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Pskov: "The Jewish Community of the Great Bow and Figures (period until 1917)" #general

Marilyn Robinson
 

In the Jewish history of this area of Pskov, this Russian language
publication includes the names of a few Jews who lived or worked in
the area. (It is based on "The People of the Torah. Central Jewish
Resource Sem-40")The page can be found at:

http://www.derjavapskov.ru/cat/cattema/catcattemadiver/988/
or http://tinyurl.com/9lvv2xr

Some names are: Zalman BERLIN, Meyer Izrailevich GIMEYN (tradesman/
watchmaker >from Vitebsk), Wolf Girshovich SVIRON (tradesman >from Vilna),
Izotov SOMINSKII Davidovich (converted Jew), Iosel MINTZ (Orsha), Abram
MovshevicheYAGUDIN/AGUDINE (his son was Leib), David/Davyd Solomon
GOTTHILF/GOTGILF, Wolf Aharonovitch VYAZMENSKAYA/VAZMENSKIJ/VAZMENSKOGO
( brother was Moses ), Simon Sejdin Xai (son-in-law of Vyazmenskaya),
Shaya Berkowitz BERLIN, Nahum Davidovich MARGOLIES, Zalman Abramovich
FRUNBERG, Abram Yankelevich LEBEDEV, Sora-Rivka KRYVOSEVSKAYA, Yankel
FREJDZON/FREIDSON (watchmaker), Rafail/Raphael GINZBURG, Gertsyk/
Gercyka/Gercik VYAZMENSKAYA (went to U. of Berlin), Tauba Ioselevna
PONIZOVSKY, Samuel Abramov YAGUDIN, Lev Alexandrov RABINOWITZ/RABINOVICH,
GLEZERMAN (tobacco), DAVYDOV (watches), Shmarev Erukhimov SHEYDINA/SEJDINA,
R. BORODULIN, ___ Mordukhovich BEROVA, Rabbi F. Ya. IZRAELSON, I. ALEKSANDR,
M SUNDAKOV, [Tskhakaia-Reuben Girshovich] ALEXANDER.

Please see the website for further information.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Pskov: "The Jewish Community of the Great Bow and Figures (period until 1917)" #general

Marilyn Robinson
 

In the Jewish history of this area of Pskov, this Russian language
publication includes the names of a few Jews who lived or worked in
the area. (It is based on "The People of the Torah. Central Jewish
Resource Sem-40")The page can be found at:

http://www.derjavapskov.ru/cat/cattema/catcattemadiver/988/
or http://tinyurl.com/9lvv2xr

Some names are: Zalman BERLIN, Meyer Izrailevich GIMEYN (tradesman/
watchmaker >from Vitebsk), Wolf Girshovich SVIRON (tradesman >from Vilna),
Izotov SOMINSKII Davidovich (converted Jew), Iosel MINTZ (Orsha), Abram
MovshevicheYAGUDIN/AGUDINE (his son was Leib), David/Davyd Solomon
GOTTHILF/GOTGILF, Wolf Aharonovitch VYAZMENSKAYA/VAZMENSKIJ/VAZMENSKOGO
( brother was Moses ), Simon Sejdin Xai (son-in-law of Vyazmenskaya),
Shaya Berkowitz BERLIN, Nahum Davidovich MARGOLIES, Zalman Abramovich
FRUNBERG, Abram Yankelevich LEBEDEV, Sora-Rivka KRYVOSEVSKAYA, Yankel
FREJDZON/FREIDSON (watchmaker), Rafail/Raphael GINZBURG, Gertsyk/
Gercyka/Gercik VYAZMENSKAYA (went to U. of Berlin), Tauba Ioselevna
PONIZOVSKY, Samuel Abramov YAGUDIN, Lev Alexandrov RABINOWITZ/RABINOVICH,
GLEZERMAN (tobacco), DAVYDOV (watches), Shmarev Erukhimov SHEYDINA/SEJDINA,
R. BORODULIN, ___ Mordukhovich BEROVA, Rabbi F. Ya. IZRAELSON, I. ALEKSANDR,
M SUNDAKOV, [Tskhakaia-Reuben Girshovich] ALEXANDER.

Please see the website for further information.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Re: Help needed with Philadelphia street name. #general

Mark London <mrl@...>
 

Thanks all for responding to me. Everybody thought that the street was
likely Camac St, which sounds good to me!

Best wishes for the new year for everyone here.

- Mark London


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Help needed with Philadelphia street name. #general

Mark London <mrl@...>
 

Thanks all for responding to me. Everybody thought that the street was
likely Camac St, which sounds good to me!

Best wishes for the new year for everyone here.

- Mark London


Re: Help needed with Philadelphia street name. #general

Susan&David
 

Thanks to Steve Morse, Joel Weintraub and David Kehs there is a good
way to see a list of all streets that existed in large cities for US
census years 1880 - 1940 (1890 excepted)

Go to the Stephen Morse One-Step web-site, large city ED finder.
http://stevemorse.org/census/index.html

You can enter 1900 for the year, then Pennsylvania then
Philadelphia. When it asks for a street you can scroll down and see all
the streets in the city. Camac street looks like the best fit for your
passenger list.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

On 9/15/2012 9:55 AM, Mark London wrote:
Hi - I'm trying to decipher the street name given in Philadelphia on a
passenger list. Maybe someone is familiar enough with Philadelphia,
that can figure it out >from this image?

http://web.mit.edu/london/www/phil.jpg


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Help needed with Philadelphia street name. #general

Susan&David
 

Thanks to Steve Morse, Joel Weintraub and David Kehs there is a good
way to see a list of all streets that existed in large cities for US
census years 1880 - 1940 (1890 excepted)

Go to the Stephen Morse One-Step web-site, large city ED finder.
http://stevemorse.org/census/index.html

You can enter 1900 for the year, then Pennsylvania then
Philadelphia. When it asks for a street you can scroll down and see all
the streets in the city. Camac street looks like the best fit for your
passenger list.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

On 9/15/2012 9:55 AM, Mark London wrote:
Hi - I'm trying to decipher the street name given in Philadelphia on a
passenger list. Maybe someone is familiar enough with Philadelphia,
that can figure it out >from this image?

http://web.mit.edu/london/www/phil.jpg


FF Chromosome Browser #dna

sbloom@...
 

I, similarly to many on JewishGen, have attempted to wrap my head
around the meaning of my Family Finder tests and the significance of
some of the results. Since almost none of us are aware of the nature
of or criteria involved in the algorithm being used to define our
cousinhood we can only guess at the basis of these conclusions.
We don't know the exact algorithm, but many of us are aware that
certain key factors are weighted highly: longest block, number of
shared blocks above a certain threshhold, and total cM of blocks shared.
You might even be able to reverse engineer the algorithm by looking at
these data for everyone you match. Its doubtful you'll get something
exact, but it might be close enough to see what goes into the
calculation.

This weekend I decided to use FtDNA's chromosome browser to compare
my 22 third cousin hits and found some, to me, intriguing results. I
found 3 people who share almost exactly with me an apparently
significant stretch of chromosome 2. All three of these show the
exact same similarity endpoint. Two of those same people appear to
share exactly the same 16.81 cM region with me. Now, I realize that
these kinds of results could be biased to a certain extent by such
things as recombination "hot spots" or perhaps in this case "cold
spots". I can see also how these biases could be caused by
unevenness of the distributions of the chosen SNPs thoughout the
genome, but I find it hard to see how two people could share such a
substantial region so exactly without being related. Any thoughts on
these observation? Thanks in advance.
I've seen many people lately looking into these shared blocks (that
is, seeing if everybody who shares the same block on Chromosome 5 is
related somehow, etc.). I know its becoming more common to do this
in some surname projects, especially when it seem they don't relate
by YDNA (so, then, the question becomes, do they relate at all?
Maybe FF and chromosome browser can add insight).

My gut feeling is that you are right to have serious concerns! I
think all sorts of bias, and, in addition, noise (for small blocks)
can be problematic. But...16.8 cM is a moderate sized block. You
probably really do have a relatively recent MRCA with these folks.
Unfortunately, "relatively recent" when it comes to DNA can still be
hundreds of years. I certainly think it would be well worth your while
(and the while of yoru matches) to explore this more via standard
genealogy. That is, push the time limit of records, or whatever you
might find for these families.

I've had a lot of doubts over this method, but probably when the
blocks are big, and the "matchees" have something that indicates a
connection (name, geography, whatever) , it might be worth exploring.

You might also try to get more of your close and far relatives to
test. That can help in determing whether these relatives are maternal
or paternal, etc..

Steven D. Bloom


DNA Research #DNA FF Chromosome Browser #dna

sbloom@...
 

I, similarly to many on JewishGen, have attempted to wrap my head
around the meaning of my Family Finder tests and the significance of
some of the results. Since almost none of us are aware of the nature
of or criteria involved in the algorithm being used to define our
cousinhood we can only guess at the basis of these conclusions.
We don't know the exact algorithm, but many of us are aware that
certain key factors are weighted highly: longest block, number of
shared blocks above a certain threshhold, and total cM of blocks shared.
You might even be able to reverse engineer the algorithm by looking at
these data for everyone you match. Its doubtful you'll get something
exact, but it might be close enough to see what goes into the
calculation.

This weekend I decided to use FtDNA's chromosome browser to compare
my 22 third cousin hits and found some, to me, intriguing results. I
found 3 people who share almost exactly with me an apparently
significant stretch of chromosome 2. All three of these show the
exact same similarity endpoint. Two of those same people appear to
share exactly the same 16.81 cM region with me. Now, I realize that
these kinds of results could be biased to a certain extent by such
things as recombination "hot spots" or perhaps in this case "cold
spots". I can see also how these biases could be caused by
unevenness of the distributions of the chosen SNPs thoughout the
genome, but I find it hard to see how two people could share such a
substantial region so exactly without being related. Any thoughts on
these observation? Thanks in advance.
I've seen many people lately looking into these shared blocks (that
is, seeing if everybody who shares the same block on Chromosome 5 is
related somehow, etc.). I know its becoming more common to do this
in some surname projects, especially when it seem they don't relate
by YDNA (so, then, the question becomes, do they relate at all?
Maybe FF and chromosome browser can add insight).

My gut feeling is that you are right to have serious concerns! I
think all sorts of bias, and, in addition, noise (for small blocks)
can be problematic. But...16.8 cM is a moderate sized block. You
probably really do have a relatively recent MRCA with these folks.
Unfortunately, "relatively recent" when it comes to DNA can still be
hundreds of years. I certainly think it would be well worth your while
(and the while of yoru matches) to explore this more via standard
genealogy. That is, push the time limit of records, or whatever you
might find for these families.

I've had a lot of doubts over this method, but probably when the
blocks are big, and the "matchees" have something that indicates a
connection (name, geography, whatever) , it might be worth exploring.

You might also try to get more of your close and far relatives to
test. That can help in determing whether these relatives are maternal
or paternal, etc..

Steven D. Bloom


The Central Zionist Archives in Jerusalem has a new website #general

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

The Central Zionist Archives in Jerusalem has released its new
website. I am sure you will find interesting information there. They
have a special section called "Family Research"
http://www.zionistarchives.org.il/en/about-us/Pages/Default.aspx

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Central Zionist Archives in Jerusalem has a new website #general

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

The Central Zionist Archives in Jerusalem has released its new
website. I am sure you will find interesting information there. They
have a special section called "Family Research"
http://www.zionistarchives.org.il/en/about-us/Pages/Default.aspx

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association


Jewish American WWI draft dodgers; FINE/PAVER Family #general

Jan Fine
 

Jewishgenners,

I am writing to ask if anyone has general or specific information
about WWI (world war one) American jewish draft dodgers who "fled" to
Canada. I am specifically interested in what it was like to cross the
borders in those days, likely routes to have done so, and other
families with similar experiences. I would also like to know what the
consequences were for having dodged the draft and how return to the
states was managed or handled. Further, I am curious to know if there
are other connections to my family of FINE and PAVER to whom this
story rings a genealogical bell.

My grandfather, Abraham Fine, was a first generation American, born to
Max and Freda Fine in New York City, April 12,1894. He married my
grandmother, Mina Paver, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada on September 23,
1917. We know that there were Pavers in Ontario (Pavers were also in
NYC and were known as PARVER in Atlanta, GA) and that they were
probably responsible for helping the family when they lived there
during the few years that they were living there. We also know that
the family returned to New York. My father, Leonard Fine, was born in
New York City on November 30, 1919. To round out the family
informational portion of this question I add that there is a family
connection to the name Oppenheim in the Detroit area (interesting also
because of the proximity to Windsor by bridge). Max Fine had a dry
goods store in NYC (Harlem area) and I also wondered if this connected
with the Oppenheim family in Detroit who were also in that business.

If anyone can shed some light on the Jewish American WWI draft dodgers
issue or the connections to the Fine/Paver family please respond
publically. If you prefer to respond privately please contact me at
janrandyfine@gmail.com.

Thank you all for your help and I wish you a happy, healthy, and safe new year.

Jan R. Fine
Editor of Mishpacha, JGSGW
researching FINE (Minsk, maybe Nezvizh), PAVER (Nesvizh), FORMAN
(Kozan Harodok), SIEGEL (maybe Volozhin), PERSKY (Volozhin), KAPLAN,
SCHWARTZ, OPPENHEIM


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish American WWI draft dodgers; FINE/PAVER Family #general

Jan Fine
 

Jewishgenners,

I am writing to ask if anyone has general or specific information
about WWI (world war one) American jewish draft dodgers who "fled" to
Canada. I am specifically interested in what it was like to cross the
borders in those days, likely routes to have done so, and other
families with similar experiences. I would also like to know what the
consequences were for having dodged the draft and how return to the
states was managed or handled. Further, I am curious to know if there
are other connections to my family of FINE and PAVER to whom this
story rings a genealogical bell.

My grandfather, Abraham Fine, was a first generation American, born to
Max and Freda Fine in New York City, April 12,1894. He married my
grandmother, Mina Paver, in Windsor, Ontario, Canada on September 23,
1917. We know that there were Pavers in Ontario (Pavers were also in
NYC and were known as PARVER in Atlanta, GA) and that they were
probably responsible for helping the family when they lived there
during the few years that they were living there. We also know that
the family returned to New York. My father, Leonard Fine, was born in
New York City on November 30, 1919. To round out the family
informational portion of this question I add that there is a family
connection to the name Oppenheim in the Detroit area (interesting also
because of the proximity to Windsor by bridge). Max Fine had a dry
goods store in NYC (Harlem area) and I also wondered if this connected
with the Oppenheim family in Detroit who were also in that business.

If anyone can shed some light on the Jewish American WWI draft dodgers
issue or the connections to the Fine/Paver family please respond
publically. If you prefer to respond privately please contact me at
janrandyfine@gmail.com.

Thank you all for your help and I wish you a happy, healthy, and safe new year.

Jan R. Fine
Editor of Mishpacha, JGSGW
researching FINE (Minsk, maybe Nezvizh), PAVER (Nesvizh), FORMAN
(Kozan Harodok), SIEGEL (maybe Volozhin), PERSKY (Volozhin), KAPLAN,
SCHWARTZ, OPPENHEIM


Searching for Faith RUM of Toronto, Canada #general

Deborah Dworski
 

I would like to be in touch with Faith RUM, so if anyone can put me in
contact with her, I would be grateful. We last communicated about 10
years ago. She was married to my cousin Ben RUM, and they lived in
Toronto, Canada. Ben subsequently died. Through some of the
well-known, online search engines, I recently acquired an address for
Faith in the 1000 block of Steeles Avenue West in North York, but the
envelope was returned to me as "addressee unknown."

Please contact me privately if you know anything about Faith RUM's
whereabouts. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Deborah Dworski
State of Virginia, U.S.A.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for Faith RUM of Toronto, Canada #general

Deborah Dworski
 

I would like to be in touch with Faith RUM, so if anyone can put me in
contact with her, I would be grateful. We last communicated about 10
years ago. She was married to my cousin Ben RUM, and they lived in
Toronto, Canada. Ben subsequently died. Through some of the
well-known, online search engines, I recently acquired an address for
Faith in the 1000 block of Steeles Avenue West in North York, but the
envelope was returned to me as "addressee unknown."

Please contact me privately if you know anything about Faith RUM's
whereabouts. Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Deborah Dworski
State of Virginia, U.S.A.

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