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IAJGS-NYC Conference Attendees-"The Galitzianer" Article #poland

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Did you attend the IAJGS conference in New York City?

If so....and you'd be interested in writing a few paragraphs on your
"conference impressions" as they relate to Galician research to be part of a
compilation article published in the next issue of "The Galitzianer," please
send them to me.

These impressions can range >from lectures, SIG/BOF gatherings, or films you
attended that had special meaning to you....or >from which you emerged a bit
more knowledgeable....or hungry for more information....or new connections
made, people met....chance encounters that lead to breakthroughs.....books
purchased.....anything that you would want to recommend or pass on to others
who couldn't be there in person, or who were there, but didn't get to attend
every single offering!

These short articles must be in Word and sent as attachments to your email.
You can title them if you wish. I would need them by this Saturday,
September 2nd. Don't worry about the length. If there is repetition in
submissions we can cut or edit. The only caveat is that they *must* be
related strictly to Galician research.

Remember: do not submit these to the list, but to me directly at:
pweisberger@hotmail.com

Looking forward to hearing >from you soon.....and if you know people who
attended, but do not subscribe to this online discussion group, please alert
them on our behalf.

Many thanks.....

Pamela Weisberger
Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@hotmail.com


JRI Poland #Poland IAJGS-NYC Conference Attendees-"The Galitzianer" Article #poland

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Did you attend the IAJGS conference in New York City?

If so....and you'd be interested in writing a few paragraphs on your
"conference impressions" as they relate to Galician research to be part of a
compilation article published in the next issue of "The Galitzianer," please
send them to me.

These impressions can range >from lectures, SIG/BOF gatherings, or films you
attended that had special meaning to you....or >from which you emerged a bit
more knowledgeable....or hungry for more information....or new connections
made, people met....chance encounters that lead to breakthroughs.....books
purchased.....anything that you would want to recommend or pass on to others
who couldn't be there in person, or who were there, but didn't get to attend
every single offering!

These short articles must be in Word and sent as attachments to your email.
You can title them if you wish. I would need them by this Saturday,
September 2nd. Don't worry about the length. If there is repetition in
submissions we can cut or edit. The only caveat is that they *must* be
related strictly to Galician research.

Remember: do not submit these to the list, but to me directly at:
pweisberger@hotmail.com

Looking forward to hearing >from you soon.....and if you know people who
attended, but do not subscribe to this online discussion group, please alert
them on our behalf.

Many thanks.....

Pamela Weisberger
Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@hotmail.com


DEMAND OF CIVIL ACTS AND INFORMATION #france

desire rolande
 

Good afternoon,

I am looking for several civil acts :

1) Died act for Jane HOGG, who born on 15 Nov 1825 in
Newscatle upon Tyne, Nothumberland, (England) and died
in Sotteville Les Rouen (France) on 18 Apr 1872.

Jane HOGG and her husband Thomas IREDALE had 7
children :

- John, born in Newscatle upon Tyne, but baptism on 26
Dec 1858, British School Room Chapel, 76,
Sotteville-Rouen (France),

- Mary Ann, baptism 26 Dec 1858, British School room
Chapel, Sotteville-Rouen (France),

Robert, baptism on 15 Sep 1859, British School chapel,
Sotteville-Rouen (France),

- James, born abt 1846 in ewcastle upon Tyne, census
1851 : 30 Mar, Byker, Nothumberland ?

- Thomas, born abt 3 Aug 1851 in Newscatle upon Tyne
and baptism on 3 Aug 1851, All Saints, Newcastle upon
Tyne, Birth registered 1851, Byker

- William, born abt 1 Aug 1853 in Newscatle upon Tyne,
baptism 7 Aug 1853, All Saints, Newscatle upon Tyne,
birth registered 1853, All Saints, Newscatle upon
Tyne.

2) Death act of Thomas IREDALE(born 14 Jun 1854 in
Newscatle upon Tyne, Nothenberland, England and died
in Dangu (France) on 28 May 1881.

3) Marriage act of Thomas IREDALE with Iraure Artemise
Terteaux on 21 Nov 1872 in Chantilly (France).

I am looking for too :

SWINHOE (England and France), GOLDWATER (Poland,
England, France, ...), NOSBOM (perharps has change of
spelling when coming in France, even in England), and
coming >from Poland, then England, then France, ...
PAILLASSE and MONLIAUZUN (France : Aveyron).

All the above information concern one or several of
the list I sent.

I hope to have some more information >from somebody and
civil acts when it is possible. I will pay for the
sending.

Hoping to hearing >from you soon.

Yours faithfully.

Claudine NOSBOM


French SIG #France DEMAND OF CIVIL ACTS AND INFORMATION #france

desire rolande
 

Good afternoon,

I am looking for several civil acts :

1) Died act for Jane HOGG, who born on 15 Nov 1825 in
Newscatle upon Tyne, Nothumberland, (England) and died
in Sotteville Les Rouen (France) on 18 Apr 1872.

Jane HOGG and her husband Thomas IREDALE had 7
children :

- John, born in Newscatle upon Tyne, but baptism on 26
Dec 1858, British School Room Chapel, 76,
Sotteville-Rouen (France),

- Mary Ann, baptism 26 Dec 1858, British School room
Chapel, Sotteville-Rouen (France),

Robert, baptism on 15 Sep 1859, British School chapel,
Sotteville-Rouen (France),

- James, born abt 1846 in ewcastle upon Tyne, census
1851 : 30 Mar, Byker, Nothumberland ?

- Thomas, born abt 3 Aug 1851 in Newscatle upon Tyne
and baptism on 3 Aug 1851, All Saints, Newcastle upon
Tyne, Birth registered 1851, Byker

- William, born abt 1 Aug 1853 in Newscatle upon Tyne,
baptism 7 Aug 1853, All Saints, Newscatle upon Tyne,
birth registered 1853, All Saints, Newscatle upon
Tyne.

2) Death act of Thomas IREDALE(born 14 Jun 1854 in
Newscatle upon Tyne, Nothenberland, England and died
in Dangu (France) on 28 May 1881.

3) Marriage act of Thomas IREDALE with Iraure Artemise
Terteaux on 21 Nov 1872 in Chantilly (France).

I am looking for too :

SWINHOE (England and France), GOLDWATER (Poland,
England, France, ...), NOSBOM (perharps has change of
spelling when coming in France, even in England), and
coming >from Poland, then England, then France, ...
PAILLASSE and MONLIAUZUN (France : Aveyron).

All the above information concern one or several of
the list I sent.

I hope to have some more information >from somebody and
civil acts when it is possible. I will pay for the
sending.

Hoping to hearing >from you soon.

Yours faithfully.

Claudine NOSBOM


INTRO- Just Joined GerSig after NY 2006 conference #germany

Harold Sterne <halsterne@...>
 

Dear List
After attending the convention in New York and going to the luncheon and the
session of GerSig I decided to join this group. My mother was born a CAHN
in Bielefeld, Germany. My father was born as STERN in Frankfurt a/m. His
father was born in Nagelsberg. My grandmother was born a BAUER in Ernsbach.
Early ancestors >from Nagelsberg moved to Peru, Indiana in the mid 1800's.

Harold E. Sterne (we added the "e" after moving to the US)
Sarasota, Florida halsterne@msn.com

MOD NOTE: Welcome! Please post your NAMES and towns at the JGFF as suggested
in our "INTRO" letter to you which also urges you to search our archives
for those family names and town combinations. You should also post to
the Early American SIG. Good luck !


German SIG #Germany INTRO- Just Joined GerSig after NY 2006 conference #germany

Harold Sterne <halsterne@...>
 

Dear List
After attending the convention in New York and going to the luncheon and the
session of GerSig I decided to join this group. My mother was born a CAHN
in Bielefeld, Germany. My father was born as STERN in Frankfurt a/m. His
father was born in Nagelsberg. My grandmother was born a BAUER in Ernsbach.
Early ancestors >from Nagelsberg moved to Peru, Indiana in the mid 1800's.

Harold E. Sterne (we added the "e" after moving to the US)
Sarasota, Florida halsterne@msn.com

MOD NOTE: Welcome! Please post your NAMES and towns at the JGFF as suggested
in our "INTRO" letter to you which also urges you to search our archives
for those family names and town combinations. You should also post to
the Early American SIG. Good luck !


INTRO- Researching GOLDSMITH, BONHEIM, EISEMAN, & KOHNER #germany

DRGoldsmit@...
 

Shalom, y'all
I am a new GerSig member researching these names and towns:

GOLDSMITH (GOLDSCHMIDT) - Gelnhausen, Hesse > Baltimore abt 1867 >
Washington, DC abt 1881
BONHEIM - Hannover > Baltimore MD 1851
EISEMAN (EISEMANN) - Binau (near Mosbach), Baden > Washington DC 1879
KOHNER - Vseruby (Neumark), Bohemia > possibly Leipsig > Washington DC 1870's

I'd appreciate any help and gladly would share any information I have.

David Goldsmith Richmond, VA DRGoldsmit@aol.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Welcome.
Please post yor NAMES and towns in the JGFF ( free Jewish Genealogy Family
Finder at JewishGen. You should also join and post to the Early American SIG.


German SIG #Germany INTRO- Researching GOLDSMITH, BONHEIM, EISEMAN, & KOHNER #germany

DRGoldsmit@...
 

Shalom, y'all
I am a new GerSig member researching these names and towns:

GOLDSMITH (GOLDSCHMIDT) - Gelnhausen, Hesse > Baltimore abt 1867 >
Washington, DC abt 1881
BONHEIM - Hannover > Baltimore MD 1851
EISEMAN (EISEMANN) - Binau (near Mosbach), Baden > Washington DC 1879
KOHNER - Vseruby (Neumark), Bohemia > possibly Leipsig > Washington DC 1870's

I'd appreciate any help and gladly would share any information I have.

David Goldsmith Richmond, VA DRGoldsmit@aol.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Welcome.
Please post yor NAMES and towns in the JGFF ( free Jewish Genealogy Family
Finder at JewishGen. You should also join and post to the Early American SIG.


Berlin Standesamt research #germany

Lande
 

There seems to be some confusion whether a request for Standesamt
information may be submitted when the address of the person regarding whom a
request is being submitted is unknown.

In the case of Berlin, such requests may be submitted to:

Zentrale Suchumlaufstelle, Standesamt
Friedrichsgain-Kreuzberg von Berlin, Schlesische Strasse 27A, 10997.

Such searches take longer than searches where an address is known and,
of course, are subject to the same rules, i.e. direct descendants only.

It is possible that a similar service is available in other cities and it
would be useful if readers have experiences in this regard. Requests for
information on small places do not usually require a street address.

Peter Lande Washington, D.C. <pdlande@starpower.net>


German SIG #Germany Berlin Standesamt research #germany

Lande
 

There seems to be some confusion whether a request for Standesamt
information may be submitted when the address of the person regarding whom a
request is being submitted is unknown.

In the case of Berlin, such requests may be submitted to:

Zentrale Suchumlaufstelle, Standesamt
Friedrichsgain-Kreuzberg von Berlin, Schlesische Strasse 27A, 10997.

Such searches take longer than searches where an address is known and,
of course, are subject to the same rules, i.e. direct descendants only.

It is possible that a similar service is available in other cities and it
would be useful if readers have experiences in this regard. Requests for
information on small places do not usually require a street address.

Peter Lande Washington, D.C. <pdlande@starpower.net>


SITE CITE: Literad is back!!! New name, same great content. #germany

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

Click on the Ortsbuch link at the following page to find out the basics
on any German city, town, or village in the period 1871-1945.

http://www.geschichte-on-demand.de/

Would someone please buy Michael Rademacher a beer?

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ <trovato@verizon.net>


German SIG #Germany SITE CITE: Literad is back!!! New name, same great content. #germany

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

Click on the Ortsbuch link at the following page to find out the basics
on any German city, town, or village in the period 1871-1945.

http://www.geschichte-on-demand.de/

Would someone please buy Michael Rademacher a beer?

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ <trovato@verizon.net>


Re: Spelling - Russian v Polish #ukraine

anitac47@...
 

Dave Mason wrote:
"My ggrandparents, Henry and Hannah LEVKOFF
were listed on the manifest as Charin and Chanel LEWKOW."
-off is usually abandoned in favor of -ov these days because it's
closer to the Russian spelling. -ow must be a Polish variant.
There's no "W" in the Russian alphabet, but Polish "W" is pronounced as a
Russian "V".
My NADWORNY name is spelled with a W whether in Poland or Russia. It is
pronounced NADVORNYI. It is a Slavic occupational title which, as a
surname, means someone who worked on an estate, and as a title means
"of the court" such as court chancellor, court doctor, etc. However,
it is consistently spelled with the W. Iit is a very rare surname and
all who came to the US, Canada, Israel, Australia and were >from either
Poland, Ukraine or Russia and were either Jewish or Catholic all spell
it exactly the same.

I wish I could assume on the W being Polish -- it would help me to
figure out where my family came >from before Odessa -- but so far there
is neither convincing nor even circumstantial evidence.

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Spelling - Russian v Polish #ukraine

anitac47@...
 

Dave Mason wrote:
"My ggrandparents, Henry and Hannah LEVKOFF
were listed on the manifest as Charin and Chanel LEWKOW."
-off is usually abandoned in favor of -ov these days because it's
closer to the Russian spelling. -ow must be a Polish variant.
There's no "W" in the Russian alphabet, but Polish "W" is pronounced as a
Russian "V".
My NADWORNY name is spelled with a W whether in Poland or Russia. It is
pronounced NADVORNYI. It is a Slavic occupational title which, as a
surname, means someone who worked on an estate, and as a title means
"of the court" such as court chancellor, court doctor, etc. However,
it is consistently spelled with the W. Iit is a very rare surname and
all who came to the US, Canada, Israel, Australia and were >from either
Poland, Ukraine or Russia and were either Jewish or Catholic all spell
it exactly the same.

I wish I could assume on the W being Polish -- it would help me to
figure out where my family came >from before Odessa -- but so far there
is neither convincing nor even circumstantial evidence.

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY


Father and husband with the same name #ukraine

Eliana Aizim
 

This subject is related to my great-aunt´s tomb, posted at ViewMate
last week. The translation >from Hebrew, done by JewishGenners,
revealed that my great-aunt, Tova bat Fishel, was married to Fishel
NAIBERGER. Both father and husband were called Fishel.

I think that I´ve read somewhere that in this case, the youngest of the
two should change his / her name before the marriage takes place.
Have any of you ever heard this? Can anyone explain more about it?

Eliana AIZIM - >from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

visit my GUREVICH photo album:
http://www.geocities.com/elianaaizim/photo2.html

Researching:
AISEN, AIZEN, AISIN: Ukraine: Lugansk /Argentina / Brazil;
GUREVICH: Ukraine: Yuzovka / USA / Brazil: Rio;
VATNICK: Ukraine: Peschanka / Brazil: Rio;
VATNICK > WHITE: Canada: Toronto
AVERBUCH: Ukraine: Zhabokrich / Brazil: Colônia Quatro
Irmãos, Baron Hirsch / Rio de Janeiro.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Father and husband with the same name #ukraine

Eliana Aizim
 

This subject is related to my great-aunt´s tomb, posted at ViewMate
last week. The translation >from Hebrew, done by JewishGenners,
revealed that my great-aunt, Tova bat Fishel, was married to Fishel
NAIBERGER. Both father and husband were called Fishel.

I think that I´ve read somewhere that in this case, the youngest of the
two should change his / her name before the marriage takes place.
Have any of you ever heard this? Can anyone explain more about it?

Eliana AIZIM - >from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

visit my GUREVICH photo album:
http://www.geocities.com/elianaaizim/photo2.html

Researching:
AISEN, AIZEN, AISIN: Ukraine: Lugansk /Argentina / Brazil;
GUREVICH: Ukraine: Yuzovka / USA / Brazil: Rio;
VATNICK: Ukraine: Peschanka / Brazil: Rio;
VATNICK > WHITE: Canada: Toronto
AVERBUCH: Ukraine: Zhabokrich / Brazil: Colônia Quatro
Irmãos, Baron Hirsch / Rio de Janeiro.


Re: 1897 Belarus Census #belarus

Nancy Holden
 

There was not much available for the 1897 All Russian Census. These
documents were extracted >from the Grodno Archives. See the description =
of
the record availability
http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/intro_1897_russian_census.htm

You will find a table below the description that list what exists for
Slonim.=20

If you want to search the database, put in either "Slonim" or your
ancestors' names into the "Search for your ancestors" on the Belarus SIG
home page. http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus

If you have a problem let me know.
Nancy Holden
MODERATOR NOTE: Please sign all messages with your location and do not include the
entire previous message/digest.


Belarus SIG #Belarus RE: 1897 Belarus Census #belarus

Nancy Holden
 

There was not much available for the 1897 All Russian Census. These
documents were extracted >from the Grodno Archives. See the description =
of
the record availability
http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/intro_1897_russian_census.htm

You will find a table below the description that list what exists for
Slonim.=20

If you want to search the database, put in either "Slonim" or your
ancestors' names into the "Search for your ancestors" on the Belarus SIG
home page. http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus

If you have a problem let me know.
Nancy Holden
MODERATOR NOTE: Please sign all messages with your location and do not include the
entire previous message/digest.


Searching: GOLDSCHMIDT, Frankenthal/Palatinate (GOLDSCHMIT, GOLDSCHMITT, GOLDSCHMID, GOLDSMITH) #general

mor <mor@...>
 

Dear list,

After I had no results on GerSIG, I would like to try this larger forum for
my attempt to reconnect to long lost lines of my family.
My ggggrandparents Eduard Herz GOLDSCHMIDT (diff. spellings), b. abt. 1775,
d. 14 Sep 1847 in Frankenthal/Palatinate, and his wife Caroline Breinge
HIRSCH or BERLEBOURG had in addition to my gggrandmother Henriette, married
WEIL, (1815-1869 Frankenthal), a few children, which disappeared >from the
Palatinate area. They might have emigrated and/or changed last names. One
known line used GOLDSMITH in USA. Also KAHN might be a possibility, as this
name seems to have been in use before adopting GOLDSCHMIDT in Frankenthal in
1809.
I'm looking for:
Henrie Hirsch b. 28 Jun 1791;
Sara b. 09 Feb 1794;
Regine Bela b. 11 Sep 1797;
Jeannette b. 15 Mar 1801;
David b. 16 Oct 1802;
Ester b. 03 Jun 1806;
All were born in Frankenthal/Palatinate and registered with the last name
GOLDSCHMIDT.
They appear on my tree on FTJP, #189705.

Reuven Mohr, Israel

Researching:
WEIL, ANSCHEL, LOEB, STRAUSS - Ellerstadt/Palatinate;
WEIL, STROUSE, KAHN, GREENBAUM, FREEDMAN, GOODMAN - New Haven, CT.
WEIL, LAUPHEIMER, LOEB - Pforzheim/Baden, Germany;


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: GOLDSCHMIDT, Frankenthal/Palatinate (GOLDSCHMIT, GOLDSCHMITT, GOLDSCHMID, GOLDSMITH) #general

mor <mor@...>
 

Dear list,

After I had no results on GerSIG, I would like to try this larger forum for
my attempt to reconnect to long lost lines of my family.
My ggggrandparents Eduard Herz GOLDSCHMIDT (diff. spellings), b. abt. 1775,
d. 14 Sep 1847 in Frankenthal/Palatinate, and his wife Caroline Breinge
HIRSCH or BERLEBOURG had in addition to my gggrandmother Henriette, married
WEIL, (1815-1869 Frankenthal), a few children, which disappeared >from the
Palatinate area. They might have emigrated and/or changed last names. One
known line used GOLDSMITH in USA. Also KAHN might be a possibility, as this
name seems to have been in use before adopting GOLDSCHMIDT in Frankenthal in
1809.
I'm looking for:
Henrie Hirsch b. 28 Jun 1791;
Sara b. 09 Feb 1794;
Regine Bela b. 11 Sep 1797;
Jeannette b. 15 Mar 1801;
David b. 16 Oct 1802;
Ester b. 03 Jun 1806;
All were born in Frankenthal/Palatinate and registered with the last name
GOLDSCHMIDT.
They appear on my tree on FTJP, #189705.

Reuven Mohr, Israel

Researching:
WEIL, ANSCHEL, LOEB, STRAUSS - Ellerstadt/Palatinate;
WEIL, STROUSE, KAHN, GREENBAUM, FREEDMAN, GOODMAN - New Haven, CT.
WEIL, LAUPHEIMER, LOEB - Pforzheim/Baden, Germany;