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Goldman Family in Poland - Opole Lubelskie, Kluczkowice, Lublin #poland

przemek.goldman@...
 

Dear Friends,

I come >from the city Lublin in Poland.

I am searching all possible data refering to my Family - Goldman that
lived in Poland /1850 - 1980/ in Opole Lubelskie, Kluczkowice near
Opole Lubelskie , Lublin and other places in Lublin Region.

I am also interested in everything what is connected with Goldman
Family >from Low Silesia /Opole, Szczepanowice , Zerkowice /.That branch
may also relate to my Family.

Other surnames that I am searching for are: Tylczer / Tylcher , Tylcer /,
Przygodowski , Rybka , Stocki , Smolik , Grób , Bartler , Kopp . All
they are connected with already mentioned areas of Poland.

I am also interested in contacts with everyone who comes >from Lublin ,
Opole Lubelskie , Kluczkowice and now lives in other country , especially
in Israel. Maybe somebody remember my relatives : Antoni Goldman ,
Józef Goldman , Wieslaw Goldman , Tadeusz Goldman / all they come >from
Opole Lubelskie and Kluczkowice , after the Second World War they moved
to Lublin /. I am interested in all contacts with people that were born
and lived in Lublin before and during the Second World War, and now they
live in other countries.

Also I am ready to help You in respect to Your interest of Goldman Family
in Poland.

Thank You in advance for all information to be sent to my e-mail box
przemek.goldman@op.pl

best regards

Przemek Goldman

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please send family information privately.


FW: Bydgoszcz/Bromberg address directory #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Especially early address directories for Bydgoszcz/Bromberg are available
online at the Kujawsko-Pomorska Digital Library.

The link to the 1855 address directory is
http://kpbc.umk.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=1610&dirids=1. Others (e.g., 1888)
can be found by clicking the Resource type "Ksiega adresowa" in the middle
of the screen.

My cursory examination of these directories revealed some Jews. The
directories appear to be alphabetized, so I am not adding them to my
directory search engine (www.kalter.org/search) at present. However, if
there is sufficient need for soundex or full-text (e.g., by address)
searching of these directories, I might do so.

Best regards,

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

Instructions for viewing the directories: After following the link above (or
landing on the corresponding page for any other publication at the Digital
Library), if you are a Windows or Linux user, click on "Content" on the
left, under "Publication." Download the DjVu plugin (if you do not have it)
by clicking on the appropriate link on the resulting page. When you revisit
this page, click on "Browse publication" to open the publication. You can
then use the pull-down menu near the top to jump to a particular image. If
you are a Macintosh OS X (or higher) user, first download the DjVu plugin
from
http://www.lizardtech.com/download/dl_download.php?detail=doc_djvu_plugin&pl
atform=macx, then follow the other instructions above. Note: Firefox users
may experience difficulties with the DjVu plugin. Internet Explorer is
recommended.


JRI Poland #Poland Goldman Family in Poland - Opole Lubelskie, Kluczkowice, Lublin #poland

przemek.goldman@...
 

Dear Friends,

I come >from the city Lublin in Poland.

I am searching all possible data refering to my Family - Goldman that
lived in Poland /1850 - 1980/ in Opole Lubelskie, Kluczkowice near
Opole Lubelskie , Lublin and other places in Lublin Region.

I am also interested in everything what is connected with Goldman
Family >from Low Silesia /Opole, Szczepanowice , Zerkowice /.That branch
may also relate to my Family.

Other surnames that I am searching for are: Tylczer / Tylcher , Tylcer /,
Przygodowski , Rybka , Stocki , Smolik , Grób , Bartler , Kopp . All
they are connected with already mentioned areas of Poland.

I am also interested in contacts with everyone who comes >from Lublin ,
Opole Lubelskie , Kluczkowice and now lives in other country , especially
in Israel. Maybe somebody remember my relatives : Antoni Goldman ,
Józef Goldman , Wieslaw Goldman , Tadeusz Goldman / all they come >from
Opole Lubelskie and Kluczkowice , after the Second World War they moved
to Lublin /. I am interested in all contacts with people that were born
and lived in Lublin before and during the Second World War, and now they
live in other countries.

Also I am ready to help You in respect to Your interest of Goldman Family
in Poland.

Thank You in advance for all information to be sent to my e-mail box
przemek.goldman@op.pl

best regards

Przemek Goldman

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please send family information privately.


JRI Poland #Poland FW: Bydgoszcz/Bromberg address directory #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Especially early address directories for Bydgoszcz/Bromberg are available
online at the Kujawsko-Pomorska Digital Library.

The link to the 1855 address directory is
http://kpbc.umk.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=1610&dirids=1. Others (e.g., 1888)
can be found by clicking the Resource type "Ksiega adresowa" in the middle
of the screen.

My cursory examination of these directories revealed some Jews. The
directories appear to be alphabetized, so I am not adding them to my
directory search engine (www.kalter.org/search) at present. However, if
there is sufficient need for soundex or full-text (e.g., by address)
searching of these directories, I might do so.

Best regards,

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

Instructions for viewing the directories: After following the link above (or
landing on the corresponding page for any other publication at the Digital
Library), if you are a Windows or Linux user, click on "Content" on the
left, under "Publication." Download the DjVu plugin (if you do not have it)
by clicking on the appropriate link on the resulting page. When you revisit
this page, click on "Browse publication" to open the publication. You can
then use the pull-down menu near the top to jump to a particular image. If
you are a Macintosh OS X (or higher) user, first download the DjVu plugin
from
http://www.lizardtech.com/download/dl_download.php?detail=doc_djvu_plugin&pl
atform=macx, then follow the other instructions above. Note: Firefox users
may experience difficulties with the DjVu plugin. Internet Explorer is
recommended.


photgraph request @ Baron Hirsch Cemetery Staten Island #general

sgootman@...
 

If someone is able to take photos of 4 headstones at Baron Hirsh
Cemetery in Staten Island for me please contact me. Thank you very much.

Sheila Gootman
Long island NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen photgraph request @ Baron Hirsch Cemetery Staten Island #general

sgootman@...
 

If someone is able to take photos of 4 headstones at Baron Hirsh
Cemetery in Staten Island for me please contact me. Thank you very much.

Sheila Gootman
Long island NY


Updates on New Hampshire HB 1381 and New Jersey AB1390 #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners:

I recently posted information about two bills that would severely impact
access to vital records- one in New Hampshire the other in New Jersey.
This is an informational status update on both. You can access background
information on the bills on the IAJGS website, www.IAJGS.org, go to the
center of the page and double click on the icon of the newspaper boy
holding the newspaper with "extra" saying the newest edition of the ECHO.

New Hampshire HB 1382 prohibits a public or private entity >from disclosing
an individual's personal information without the individual's
consent. The bill defines an individual to include a deceased individual.
I am delighted to inform you that I was informed by the New Hampshire House
Judiciary Committee staff that New Hampshire HB 1382 was *killed* in committee
by a 17-0 vote. No further action will occur.

New Jersey AB 1390 removes vital records (birth, marriage, domestic
partnership, death and fetal death records) >from the definition of public
records, thereby making access to such records very difficult, if not
impossible. The bill as currently drafted would also prevent anyone
including genealogists >from sharing, selling, reproducing or disclosing
the information contained in the vital record. If enacted, this means
genealogists could not share information obtained >from the vital records
with relatives or other genealogists

The bill was not on the hearing list for the floor for February 9. The next
earliest date it might be heard is March 2nd. Additional information will
be posted the IAJGS website in the near future and you will be advised of
when it is available.

If you have any questions about these bills, please feel free to contact me.
jan@IAJGS.org

Jan Meisels Allen
IAJGS director and Public Records Access and Monitoring Committee
Chairperson


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Updates on New Hampshire HB 1381 and New Jersey AB1390 #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners:

I recently posted information about two bills that would severely impact
access to vital records- one in New Hampshire the other in New Jersey.
This is an informational status update on both. You can access background
information on the bills on the IAJGS website, www.IAJGS.org, go to the
center of the page and double click on the icon of the newspaper boy
holding the newspaper with "extra" saying the newest edition of the ECHO.

New Hampshire HB 1382 prohibits a public or private entity >from disclosing
an individual's personal information without the individual's
consent. The bill defines an individual to include a deceased individual.
I am delighted to inform you that I was informed by the New Hampshire House
Judiciary Committee staff that New Hampshire HB 1382 was *killed* in committee
by a 17-0 vote. No further action will occur.

New Jersey AB 1390 removes vital records (birth, marriage, domestic
partnership, death and fetal death records) >from the definition of public
records, thereby making access to such records very difficult, if not
impossible. The bill as currently drafted would also prevent anyone
including genealogists >from sharing, selling, reproducing or disclosing
the information contained in the vital record. If enacted, this means
genealogists could not share information obtained >from the vital records
with relatives or other genealogists

The bill was not on the hearing list for the floor for February 9. The next
earliest date it might be heard is March 2nd. Additional information will
be posted the IAJGS website in the near future and you will be advised of
when it is available.

If you have any questions about these bills, please feel free to contact me.
jan@IAJGS.org

Jan Meisels Allen
IAJGS director and Public Records Access and Monitoring Committee
Chairperson


Definition of Gentleman in England #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 2/9/2006 1:42:07 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
sorlen@email.arizona.edu writes:

. . . . 1897 London marriage certificate says he is a carpenter. .
. . I wonder what "gentleman" meant at the time (a guy out of work?)
==On my 1952 marriage certificate in London, my late father (a manufacturer)
and my late father-in-law (a merchant) were both described as "gentleman."

==The term seems to be amorphous. At the royal coronation in Westminster
Abbey in 1953, there were separate toilet facilities for "Peers," "Knights,"
and "Gentlemen"; (a writer in the New Statesman and Nation opined there
should have been only "Peers" and "Others").

==Historically, a gentleman was a man who is above the rank of yeoman. The
term has retained its meaning of class distinction. In common usage today,
it means a man of good family, breeding, or social position and is applied
to a civilized, educated, sensitive, or well-mannered man.

==Fifty years ago the term was also used formally to describe the
"occupation" of a man with an independent income who does not work for a
living--so your guess was at least partially right.

Michael Bernet, New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Definition of Gentleman in England #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 2/9/2006 1:42:07 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
sorlen@email.arizona.edu writes:

. . . . 1897 London marriage certificate says he is a carpenter. .
. . I wonder what "gentleman" meant at the time (a guy out of work?)
==On my 1952 marriage certificate in London, my late father (a manufacturer)
and my late father-in-law (a merchant) were both described as "gentleman."

==The term seems to be amorphous. At the royal coronation in Westminster
Abbey in 1953, there were separate toilet facilities for "Peers," "Knights,"
and "Gentlemen"; (a writer in the New Statesman and Nation opined there
should have been only "Peers" and "Others").

==Historically, a gentleman was a man who is above the rank of yeoman. The
term has retained its meaning of class distinction. In common usage today,
it means a man of good family, breeding, or social position and is applied
to a civilized, educated, sensitive, or well-mannered man.

==Fifty years ago the term was also used formally to describe the
"occupation" of a man with an independent income who does not work for a
living--so your guess was at least partially right.

Michael Bernet, New York


Philip LEVEY family of Mansfield Ohio #usa

jillc1024 <jillc1024@...>
 

I am searching for information on the family of my
great grandfather (1850-1922). He and his wife,
Frances STUDINSKI (1852-1926) had 5 children. My
grandmother Violet was the youngest (1895-1951).

Jill Chesler Aptos California


Early American SIG #USA Philip LEVEY family of Mansfield Ohio #usa

jillc1024 <jillc1024@...>
 

I am searching for information on the family of my
great grandfather (1850-1922). He and his wife,
Frances STUDINSKI (1852-1926) had 5 children. My
grandmother Violet was the youngest (1895-1951).

Jill Chesler Aptos California


Family GAMBITZ in Salinas City, California c. 1860 #usa

Jules Levin
 

I am searching for the descendants of a GAMBITZ family that lived
in Salinas City, CA. I only have the name of Mrs. GAMBITZ--R. K., the K standing
for Kady. I found a calling card of the above lady in the 5-vol. complete
Pentateuch with Haftorahs and Sabbath morning service, P. Vallentine, London
1858, that came into my possession. Her name is also on a book plate in each
volume. (Mrs. Kady GAMBITZ)

I have reason to believe the card was made shortly after the Civil War.

Jules Levin Los Angeles <ameliede@earthlink.net>


Early American SIG #USA Family GAMBITZ in Salinas City, California c. 1860 #usa

Jules Levin
 

I am searching for the descendants of a GAMBITZ family that lived
in Salinas City, CA. I only have the name of Mrs. GAMBITZ--R. K., the K standing
for Kady. I found a calling card of the above lady in the 5-vol. complete
Pentateuch with Haftorahs and Sabbath morning service, P. Vallentine, London
1858, that came into my possession. Her name is also on a book plate in each
volume. (Mrs. Kady GAMBITZ)

I have reason to believe the card was made shortly after the Civil War.

Jules Levin Los Angeles <ameliede@earthlink.net>


Re: Rittergutsbesitzer #germany

George Arnstein <george304n@...>
 

Ritter was a knight and his Gut (property, most likely a manor or even castle)
was his Besitz = Property. A goodly number of castles or estates were left over
from earlier times, thus Kilian Steiner bought the Laupheim castle during 19th
century, now seat of a Jewish museum or memorial.
There probably are other examples.

George Arnstein in Washington, DC


German SIG #Germany Re: Rittergutsbesitzer #germany

George Arnstein <george304n@...>
 

Ritter was a knight and his Gut (property, most likely a manor or even castle)
was his Besitz = Property. A goodly number of castles or estates were left over
from earlier times, thus Kilian Steiner bought the Laupheim castle during 19th
century, now seat of a Jewish museum or memorial.
There probably are other examples.

George Arnstein in Washington, DC


New York ship arrivals 1935-1938 #germany

Janet Kirchheimer <janetk521@...>
 

I must have missed the information about NY ship arrivals >from 1935-1938.
Could someone please send the website info for this listing. What a great
research tool to have available! Regards,

Janet R. Kirchheimer New York, NY

NOTE: All previous postings to this and other SIG lists under JewishGen
can be found in the SIG Archives. A link to the Archive Search page is found
at the bottom of this and every other email you receive >from the GerSIG list.


German SIG #Germany New York ship arrivals 1935-1938 #germany

Janet Kirchheimer <janetk521@...>
 

I must have missed the information about NY ship arrivals >from 1935-1938.
Could someone please send the website info for this listing. What a great
research tool to have available! Regards,

Janet R. Kirchheimer New York, NY

NOTE: All previous postings to this and other SIG lists under JewishGen
can be found in the SIG Archives. A link to the Archive Search page is found
at the bottom of this and every other email you receive >from the GerSIG list.


Re: downloading Heppner and Herzberg Book - Jews of Posen available via download #germany

David Lewin <davidlewin@...>
 

At 02:15 07/02/2006, Geoff Kaiser wrote:
I have recently learned that this book is available on the internet (for free).
It requires downloading a 45 MB file.
www. wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=14995&from=globalsearch&dirids=1
Click on the disk icon to download the whole book. snip
When you **have** downloaded it, you also need a plug-in downloaded from
DjVu: The Technology for Scanned Documents on the Web:
www.djvuzone.org/
so that the pages become visible. It comes in .djvu format of which
I had never heard before.

David Lewin London <davidlewin@btinternet.com>


German SIG #Germany Re: downloading Heppner and Herzberg Book - Jews of Posen available via download #germany

David Lewin <davidlewin@...>
 

At 02:15 07/02/2006, Geoff Kaiser wrote:
I have recently learned that this book is available on the internet (for free).
It requires downloading a 45 MB file.
www. wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=14995&from=globalsearch&dirids=1
Click on the disk icon to download the whole book. snip
When you **have** downloaded it, you also need a plug-in downloaded from
DjVu: The Technology for Scanned Documents on the Web:
www.djvuzone.org/
so that the pages become visible. It comes in .djvu format of which
I had never heard before.

David Lewin London <davidlewin@btinternet.com>