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Three Polish placenames #germany

Clive Henly <clive@...>
 

Dear All
In his book about the Jews of South-West England, Rabbi Bernard Susser
states that three people who were recorded in Exeter in the early 1800s came
from "Bailin", "Shetvinitz" and "Lontschutz". All of these places are
presumably in the East Germany / Poland area, but I cannot locate them.
I have tried 'geo@genealogy.net', but have drawn a blank there also.

Can anyone suggest where these places may be? With best wishes to all,

Clive Henly Chippenham, Wiltshire, UK <clive@henly.eclipse.co.uk>
Researching the WOOLF family in Exeter and Plymouth


German SIG #Germany Three Polish placenames #germany

Clive Henly <clive@...>
 

Dear All
In his book about the Jews of South-West England, Rabbi Bernard Susser
states that three people who were recorded in Exeter in the early 1800s came
from "Bailin", "Shetvinitz" and "Lontschutz". All of these places are
presumably in the East Germany / Poland area, but I cannot locate them.
I have tried 'geo@genealogy.net', but have drawn a blank there also.

Can anyone suggest where these places may be? With best wishes to all,

Clive Henly Chippenham, Wiltshire, UK <clive@henly.eclipse.co.uk>
Researching the WOOLF family in Exeter and Plymouth


STERN family Heppenheim a/d Bergstrasse, Hesse #germany

Alice Josephs
 

I have just made several major breakthroughs with my STERN (STARR)
family, originally >from Heppenheim an der Bergstrasse, Hesse.

However I have a few more intractable brick walls. My recent good luck
has given me a surge of optimism regarding these lines and I'm hoping
that someone will recognize Mendel, Mameth, Jette, Anna STERN and/or
the possible children of Salomon and Henriette STERN! Please contact
me on genealice@josephsonline.net

The details are below with the missing lines marked with **:

Siblings: children of Gottfried STERN (Gottfried Abraham before name
adoption) and Nannchen HOCHSCHILD.

**Mendel STERN born Heppenheim an der Bergstrasse 27th March 1815

**Mameth STERN born Heppenheim an der Bergstrasse 25th March 1820 (I
think this is a girl)

I would also like to trace individual children of two other siblings of
Mendel and Mameth.

Salomon STERN born Heppenheim 8th September 1810 died 22nd November
1880.
married 20th February 1839 in Lorsch
Jette (= Henriette) MAYERFELD born Biebesheim circa 1813 died
Heppenheim 30th September 1886.

**children?.

Feist STERN born Heppenheim 22nd December 1812 Heppenheim - 20th
September 1889
married

1) Gernsheim 23rd November 1841

Jette WEIS born Mainz-Hechtsheim circa 1812 or 1815 died Heppenheim
1st July 1849 in childbirth

daughter: **Jette STERN born Heppenheim 17th June 1849.
No further information known. Her elder sister Eva emigrated to
Portsmouth, Ohio before marrying a New York shoe and boot salesman,
Solomon Mela. I have traced Eva's line but know nothing about Jette.

2) Bensheim 16th January 1850

Jeanette MAYERFELD born Biebesheim circa 1823 died Heppenheim 28
June 1878 (step sister of Henriette
MAYERFELD, wife of Salomon STERN)

daughter: **Anna STERN born Heppenheim 18th April 1859

Alice Josephs London, UK <genealice@josephsonline.net>
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genealice/


German SIG #Germany STERN family Heppenheim a/d Bergstrasse, Hesse #germany

Alice Josephs
 

I have just made several major breakthroughs with my STERN (STARR)
family, originally >from Heppenheim an der Bergstrasse, Hesse.

However I have a few more intractable brick walls. My recent good luck
has given me a surge of optimism regarding these lines and I'm hoping
that someone will recognize Mendel, Mameth, Jette, Anna STERN and/or
the possible children of Salomon and Henriette STERN! Please contact
me on genealice@josephsonline.net

The details are below with the missing lines marked with **:

Siblings: children of Gottfried STERN (Gottfried Abraham before name
adoption) and Nannchen HOCHSCHILD.

**Mendel STERN born Heppenheim an der Bergstrasse 27th March 1815

**Mameth STERN born Heppenheim an der Bergstrasse 25th March 1820 (I
think this is a girl)

I would also like to trace individual children of two other siblings of
Mendel and Mameth.

Salomon STERN born Heppenheim 8th September 1810 died 22nd November
1880.
married 20th February 1839 in Lorsch
Jette (= Henriette) MAYERFELD born Biebesheim circa 1813 died
Heppenheim 30th September 1886.

**children?.

Feist STERN born Heppenheim 22nd December 1812 Heppenheim - 20th
September 1889
married

1) Gernsheim 23rd November 1841

Jette WEIS born Mainz-Hechtsheim circa 1812 or 1815 died Heppenheim
1st July 1849 in childbirth

daughter: **Jette STERN born Heppenheim 17th June 1849.
No further information known. Her elder sister Eva emigrated to
Portsmouth, Ohio before marrying a New York shoe and boot salesman,
Solomon Mela. I have traced Eva's line but know nothing about Jette.

2) Bensheim 16th January 1850

Jeanette MAYERFELD born Biebesheim circa 1823 died Heppenheim 28
June 1878 (step sister of Henriette
MAYERFELD, wife of Salomon STERN)

daughter: **Anna STERN born Heppenheim 18th April 1859

Alice Josephs London, UK <genealice@josephsonline.net>
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genealice/


HOCHSCHILD & FRAENKEL Biblis/Gross Rohrheim, Hesse #germany

Alice Josephs
 

If anyone out there is researching the HOCHSCHILD and FRAENKEL
(FRENKEL, FRANKEL) families of Biblis and Gross Rohrheim, Hesse, please
contact me on genealice@josephsonline.net

Thanks! Alice Josephs London UK


German SIG #Germany HOCHSCHILD & FRAENKEL Biblis/Gross Rohrheim, Hesse #germany

Alice Josephs
 

If anyone out there is researching the HOCHSCHILD and FRAENKEL
(FRENKEL, FRANKEL) families of Biblis and Gross Rohrheim, Hesse, please
contact me on genealice@josephsonline.net

Thanks! Alice Josephs London UK


DAEFELE or DEFELE surname origins #germany

Alice Josephs
 

Is there anyone out there who has the surname DAEFELE or DEFELE in
their family, especially >from the area around Kochendorf, now Bad
Friedrichshall, near Heilbronn, Baden Wuerttemberg? Please contact me
at genealice@josephsonline.net.

I would also be interested if anyone knows the origin of this surname,
as it seems quite unusual (or am I wrong ...?).

Alice Josephs

JABLUSZKO ROZENBERG Ciechanow DON GOLDMACHER GURMAN Pultusk, Poland
STERN (STARR) Heppenheim HERZ DAEFELE Kochendorf MARKUS Otterstadt,
Hainchen, Roedelheim GRUEN GRUENEWALD Roedelheim HOCHSCHILD Gross
Rohrheim MAYERFELD Biebesheim, Germany
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genealice/


German SIG #Germany DAEFELE or DEFELE surname origins #germany

Alice Josephs
 

Is there anyone out there who has the surname DAEFELE or DEFELE in
their family, especially >from the area around Kochendorf, now Bad
Friedrichshall, near Heilbronn, Baden Wuerttemberg? Please contact me
at genealice@josephsonline.net.

I would also be interested if anyone knows the origin of this surname,
as it seems quite unusual (or am I wrong ...?).

Alice Josephs

JABLUSZKO ROZENBERG Ciechanow DON GOLDMACHER GURMAN Pultusk, Poland
STERN (STARR) Heppenheim HERZ DAEFELE Kochendorf MARKUS Otterstadt,
Hainchen, Roedelheim GRUEN GRUENEWALD Roedelheim HOCHSCHILD Gross
Rohrheim MAYERFELD Biebesheim, Germany
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genealice/


Re: Aaronsons in Bausk #latvia

dorothy <dgbridge@...>
 

Contact Irina Veinberga, Latvian Researcher in Riga ---irinwein@latnet.lv
If anyone can help you, she certainly can!!!

Dorothy J Graf
dgbridge@prodigy.net

----- Original Message -----
From: "Robin Aaronson" <robin@akousis.co.uk>
I am looking for records of my grandfather, Samuel Woolf AARONSON,
who was born in Bausk in 1880 or 1881. His father was Lazarus
AARONSON, born 1830 or 1831, mother Minnie AARONSON, born 1846 or
1847, sister Annie Aaronson, born 1877 or 1878.
...snop...


Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: Aaronsons in Bausk #latvia

dorothy <dgbridge@...>
 

Contact Irina Veinberga, Latvian Researcher in Riga ---irinwein@latnet.lv
If anyone can help you, she certainly can!!!

Dorothy J Graf
dgbridge@prodigy.net

----- Original Message -----
From: "Robin Aaronson" <robin@akousis.co.uk>
I am looking for records of my grandfather, Samuel Woolf AARONSON,
who was born in Bausk in 1880 or 1881. His father was Lazarus
AARONSON, born 1830 or 1831, mother Minnie AARONSON, born 1846 or
1847, sister Annie Aaronson, born 1877 or 1878.
...snop...


Gesher Galicia events at LV 2005 Conference #poland

Shelley K. Pollero
 

The Gesher Galicia (GG) events are now scheduled on the Conference Day
Planner http://www.jewishgen.org/lv2005. All of the GG events are open to
anyone interested in and/or researching Galicia. You do not have to be a
member of GG to attend.

Monday, July 11
5:00 - 6:15 pm
Gesher Galicia Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) Networking Session.

We will introduce ourselves, our surnames and towns. We will then break out
into smaller groups to network with those researching our towns, districts,
and/or regions of interest.

*******

Tuesday, July 12
11:15 am - 12:30 pm
Gesher Galicia SIG Meeting

After a short orientation to Galicia, GG members will present updates on
GG's activities and initiatives.

*******

Tuesday, July 12
12:30 - 2:00 pm
Gesher Galicia SIG Luncheon

The program will feature a short video "I Remember Jewish Drohobycz",
introduced by video producer, Pamela Weisberger. In the video, David
Einsiedler recounts what life was like in Galicia between the two World
Wars.

*******

Wednesday, July 13
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Gesher Galicia SIG Table at the SIG Fair

GG members will be on hand to answer questions and provide information
about Galicia. Displays, handouts, GG research groups and town historians,
membership information. GG tee-shirts and videos (DVD and VHS) for sale.

Attention GG members: Volunteers are needed to assist with the SIG Fair.
Please contact Eden Joachim privately at ESJoachim@optonline.net.

We hope that all our old and new friends and members of Gesher Galicia will
join us in celebrating Gesher Galicia's 12th Anniversary!

Looking forward to seeing you at the conference! Let me know privately if
you plan to attend.

Regards,

Shelley K. Pollero, Coordinator
Gesher Galicia
Severna Park, Maryland
Geshergalicia@comcast.net
http://www.jewishgen.org/galicia/


JRI Poland #Poland Gesher Galicia events at LV 2005 Conference #poland

Shelley K. Pollero
 

The Gesher Galicia (GG) events are now scheduled on the Conference Day
Planner http://www.jewishgen.org/lv2005. All of the GG events are open to
anyone interested in and/or researching Galicia. You do not have to be a
member of GG to attend.

Monday, July 11
5:00 - 6:15 pm
Gesher Galicia Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) Networking Session.

We will introduce ourselves, our surnames and towns. We will then break out
into smaller groups to network with those researching our towns, districts,
and/or regions of interest.

*******

Tuesday, July 12
11:15 am - 12:30 pm
Gesher Galicia SIG Meeting

After a short orientation to Galicia, GG members will present updates on
GG's activities and initiatives.

*******

Tuesday, July 12
12:30 - 2:00 pm
Gesher Galicia SIG Luncheon

The program will feature a short video "I Remember Jewish Drohobycz",
introduced by video producer, Pamela Weisberger. In the video, David
Einsiedler recounts what life was like in Galicia between the two World
Wars.

*******

Wednesday, July 13
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Gesher Galicia SIG Table at the SIG Fair

GG members will be on hand to answer questions and provide information
about Galicia. Displays, handouts, GG research groups and town historians,
membership information. GG tee-shirts and videos (DVD and VHS) for sale.

Attention GG members: Volunteers are needed to assist with the SIG Fair.
Please contact Eden Joachim privately at ESJoachim@optonline.net.

We hope that all our old and new friends and members of Gesher Galicia will
join us in celebrating Gesher Galicia's 12th Anniversary!

Looking forward to seeing you at the conference! Let me know privately if
you plan to attend.

Regards,

Shelley K. Pollero, Coordinator
Gesher Galicia
Severna Park, Maryland
Geshergalicia@comcast.net
http://www.jewishgen.org/galicia/


Bialystok Pogram 1906 #poland

Avigdor&Laia <lbendov@...>
 

Does anyone know of a name list for the victims of the 1906 pogrom in
Bialystok? There were reportedly about 80 Jews murdered and many more
injured according to a recent article (March) about Jabotinsky's attempts
at Jewish self-defense written by the former Chief Rabbi of S. Africa.

Avigdor Ben-Dov
Jerusalem
RUTKIEWICZ, SUSMAN, SOLARCZ, NURZYCZ


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Bialystok Pogram 1906 #poland

Avigdor&Laia <lbendov@...>
 

Does anyone know of a name list for the victims of the 1906 pogrom in
Bialystok? There were reportedly about 80 Jews murdered and many more
injured according to a recent article (March) about Jabotinsky's attempts
at Jewish self-defense written by the former Chief Rabbi of S. Africa.

Avigdor Ben-Dov
Jerusalem
RUTKIEWICZ, SUSMAN, SOLARCZ, NURZYCZ


Re: Zabludow/Happy Passover #poland

Tilford Bartman <bartmant@...>
 

Hi,

Hope you are having a happy and healthy Passover! Below is a link to
an article about Zabludow recently written for the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.

http://www.jta.org/page_view_story.asp?strwebhead=Model%20wooden%20Polish%20shul%20stirs%20memories&intcategoryid=5&SearchOptimize=Jewish%20News

Tilford Bartman

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Since the article is copyrighted by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, we can only provide a link to it on this list. Either
copy the entire long URL into your brower or go to www.jta.org and scroll
down until you find the headline that reads, "Model of a wooden Polish shul
evokes memories, connections."


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland RE:Zabludow/Happy Passover #poland

Tilford Bartman <bartmant@...>
 

Hi,

Hope you are having a happy and healthy Passover! Below is a link to
an article about Zabludow recently written for the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency.

http://www.jta.org/page_view_story.asp?strwebhead=Model%20wooden%20Polish%20shul%20stirs%20memories&intcategoryid=5&SearchOptimize=Jewish%20News

Tilford Bartman

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Since the article is copyrighted by the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, we can only provide a link to it on this list. Either
copy the entire long URL into your brower or go to www.jta.org and scroll
down until you find the headline that reads, "Model of a wooden Polish shul
evokes memories, connections."


Adolf Zukor #hungary

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

I met Adolf ZUKOR's granddaughter in my bar review course in 1991, but she
was unable to tell me much about her ancestry. We had a similar story in
our family that a cousin of my grandfather Arnold SCHOENBERG had married a
nephew of Zukor (a policeman named Nikolaus VAMOS) in Budapest. That
undeveloped part of my tree (beginning with Schoenberg'a aunt Klara NACHOD
WAITZNER) is below.

Randol Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA

(1) 1 WAITZNER
& Klara NACHOD (8 Jun 1846 - )
b. 8 Jun 1846, Prague, Czechoslovakia
| (2) 1.1 Leopold ("Poldi") WEITZNER (13 Oct 1870 - )
| b. 13 Oct 1870
| d. Theresienstadt
| | (3) 1.1.1 Anna WAITZNER
| | & BEREND
| | | (4) 1.1.1.1 UNNAMED
| | | & Nikolaus VAMOS
| | | (4) 1.1.1.2 BEREND (1923 - )
| | | b. 1923
| | (3) 1.1.2 WEITZNER
| | d. Mauthausen
| (2) 1.2 Adele WAITZNER
| | (3) 1.2.1 Aranka


Hungary SIG #Hungary Adolf Zukor #hungary

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

I met Adolf ZUKOR's granddaughter in my bar review course in 1991, but she
was unable to tell me much about her ancestry. We had a similar story in
our family that a cousin of my grandfather Arnold SCHOENBERG had married a
nephew of Zukor (a policeman named Nikolaus VAMOS) in Budapest. That
undeveloped part of my tree (beginning with Schoenberg'a aunt Klara NACHOD
WAITZNER) is below.

Randol Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA

(1) 1 WAITZNER
& Klara NACHOD (8 Jun 1846 - )
b. 8 Jun 1846, Prague, Czechoslovakia
| (2) 1.1 Leopold ("Poldi") WEITZNER (13 Oct 1870 - )
| b. 13 Oct 1870
| d. Theresienstadt
| | (3) 1.1.1 Anna WAITZNER
| | & BEREND
| | | (4) 1.1.1.1 UNNAMED
| | | & Nikolaus VAMOS
| | | (4) 1.1.1.2 BEREND (1923 - )
| | | b. 1923
| | (3) 1.1.2 WEITZNER
| | d. Mauthausen
| (2) 1.2 Adele WAITZNER
| | (3) 1.2.1 Aranka


Shoah Commemoration dates in Hungary 2005 #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <hirsch@...>
 

May be the following list is of interest for some of you, it is a
partiallist of commemoration days of some cities, with date, time and
place where on the following weekends a commemoration of the Holocaust
victims will be held, 61 years after the deportation of the Hungarian
Jewery - >from 1944 15th May - 9th July 437'000 Jews were deported to
Auschwitz/Birkenau. I found the dates in the Hungarian biweekly paper
"Uj Elet" 15. April issue.

I presume that in Israel there are also similar commemoration days held
for the different communities, it would be nice if the members >from
Israel, could inform us. If you are planning your summer trip to
Hungary, why not in a time when this commemorations are held? I am
always looking forward to this days, hoping to discover some old
friends, acquaintances, but to my disappointment very, very few persons
are present, at least in my hometown Bekescsaba, the majority of the
participants are coming out of sympathy, let's hope this year it will be
better. I know that it is a short notice for travel, but it seems that
in Hungary nobody has any interest of us abroad. I hope I transcribed
the dates correctly, but please check.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch

Mosonmagyarovar 22. May 13:00 cemetery
Baja 29. May 11:30 Library
Nagykanizsa 29. May 10:30 synagogue, cemetery
Szecseny 5. June 11:00 cemetery
Devecser 5. June 11:00 cemetery
Kispest 5. June 11:00 cemetery
Kecskemet 5. June 11:00 cemetery
Kisvárda 5. June 14:00 Vasvári P. Str. synagogue
Szentes 5. June 11:00 cemetery
Eger 12. June 14:00 cemetery
Komárno 12. June 10:30 cemetery
Kiskunhalas 12. June 11:00 synagogue
Paszto 12. June 10:00 cemetery; 11:00 synagogue
Hatvan 12. June 12:00 cemetery
Dombóvár 12. June 13.30 cemetery
Esztergom 12. June 11:00 cemetery
Szekesfehervar 12. June 11:00 cemetery
Zalaegerszeg 12. June 10:30 former synagogue; 12:00 cemetery


Re: Adolf Zukor #hungary

glosonc@...
 

Re: Adolf Zukor
There is a story also in my family of somehow being related to Adolf Zukor.
I have not been able to make the connection. I believe that the connection
is through a Lefkovits branch of the family. Let me know if there is a
connection somewhere.
George Losonci
West Bloomfield, MI
glosonc@aol.com