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Re: Official re-organisation of Jewish communities in Bohemia - 1850 #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Something strange has happened. I sent in this posting with the correct url for the googlebook which Larry
Freund told me about:

Notablenversammlung der Israeliten Bohmens in Prag:
Ihre Berathungen und Beschluse.(mit statistischen Tabellen
uber die Israelitischen Gemeinden, Synagogen, Schulen und
Rabbinate in Bohmen.) By Albert Kohn, Rabbi in Roudnice nad Labem
Published by Leopold Sommer, 1852 - Original >from Harvard University
Digitized Jun 1, 2006 416 pages

http://books.google.com/books?id=NDFHo5tIypgC&pg

I waited for a few days till it appeared and now some genners tell me they cannot access the link. There is a
new system at Lyris, called barracuda, which is not happy with some URLs and this may be the cause. As the
name implies, barracuda is quite fierce! Unlike a moderator, who verbally rejects your mail, the barracuda
may just chew it up and not tell you. I was assured that this is being investigated and will be rectified after
teething [excuse double-entendre] problems. In case it happens again - the letters ND come after the
equal sign and before FH.

And here is the tinyurl which may be more immune: http://tinyurl.com/6d9d66

Re my phrase: "a big yawn" - this refers to the minutiae of the book - para one, sub para two etc etc, not
the concept and the tables which are very interesting. It is quite an effort to read through the lengthy text
in gothic script, especially late at night!

I did notice people present who would be of interest to our genners, ie Angelus KAFKA >from Pilsen, for
Peter Barber and I am sure there are others.

I am reliably informed by Joe Feitler, who allows me to quote:
"the draft version of an ordinance (or local law) was needed under Europe's "Napoleonic Code" (Session 5)
to create the legal "frame work" for Jewish congregations and their hierarchy. This pattern still prevails in
Central Europe (e.g., Austria) with a local Chief Rabbi (and a Chief Cantor), a county level Chief Rabbi, and
a state level Chief Rabbi. For example, Austria's Chief Rabbi in Vienna also serves as Austria's Chief Rabbi
since most of the other Austrian Jewish communities seemed to have disappeared."

Celia Male - London, U.K.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech re: Official re-organisation of Jewish communities in Bohemia - 1850 #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Something strange has happened. I sent in this posting with the correct url for the googlebook which Larry
Freund told me about:

Notablenversammlung der Israeliten Bohmens in Prag:
Ihre Berathungen und Beschluse.(mit statistischen Tabellen
uber die Israelitischen Gemeinden, Synagogen, Schulen und
Rabbinate in Bohmen.) By Albert Kohn, Rabbi in Roudnice nad Labem
Published by Leopold Sommer, 1852 - Original >from Harvard University
Digitized Jun 1, 2006 416 pages

http://books.google.com/books?id=NDFHo5tIypgC&pg

I waited for a few days till it appeared and now some genners tell me they cannot access the link. There is a
new system at Lyris, called barracuda, which is not happy with some URLs and this may be the cause. As the
name implies, barracuda is quite fierce! Unlike a moderator, who verbally rejects your mail, the barracuda
may just chew it up and not tell you. I was assured that this is being investigated and will be rectified after
teething [excuse double-entendre] problems. In case it happens again - the letters ND come after the
equal sign and before FH.

And here is the tinyurl which may be more immune: http://tinyurl.com/6d9d66

Re my phrase: "a big yawn" - this refers to the minutiae of the book - para one, sub para two etc etc, not
the concept and the tables which are very interesting. It is quite an effort to read through the lengthy text
in gothic script, especially late at night!

I did notice people present who would be of interest to our genners, ie Angelus KAFKA >from Pilsen, for
Peter Barber and I am sure there are others.

I am reliably informed by Joe Feitler, who allows me to quote:
"the draft version of an ordinance (or local law) was needed under Europe's "Napoleonic Code" (Session 5)
to create the legal "frame work" for Jewish congregations and their hierarchy. This pattern still prevails in
Central Europe (e.g., Austria) with a local Chief Rabbi (and a Chief Cantor), a county level Chief Rabbi, and
a state level Chief Rabbi. For example, Austria's Chief Rabbi in Vienna also serves as Austria's Chief Rabbi
since most of the other Austrian Jewish communities seemed to have disappeared."

Celia Male - London, U.K.


FW: FREUND #austria-czech

Dede Meyer <d2@...>
 

In reference to your latest post, I have FREUND relatives >from Prague
that I am actively pursuing. Would you please connect me with Larry Freund?

Thanks
Dede MEYER
Berkeley, CA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech FW: FREUND #austria-czech

Dede Meyer <d2@...>
 

In reference to your latest post, I have FREUND relatives >from Prague
that I am actively pursuing. Would you please connect me with Larry Freund?

Thanks
Dede MEYER
Berkeley, CA


Re: residences in Strasbourg, France #france

Eve Line Blum <eve.line.blum@...>
 

As you can see on different websites among which :
http://tinyurl.com/69qzqw [Long URL changed to a TinyURL by Moderator]
or, since it was the same thing in REGENSBURG :
http://tinyurl.com/5nh4x4 {Again long URL changed to a TinyURL - Mod.]
or http://www.numismatikforum.de/ftopic11725.html

"rue du Marche aux grains" (plural) is the translation for "Alter Kornmarkt".

Pierre Hahn wrote:

One of my great-grandfather was born "15 vieux marche aux grain" in
1823 and died "20 alter Kornmarkt" in 1886. Is this the same street
in Strasbourg? Just the German name given during the 1871-1919
occupation?
--
Eve Line Blum-Cherchevsky
Besancon (France)
http://www.convoi73.org and also
Cercle de Genealogie Juive (International JGS in Paris
http://www.genealoj.org


Erste Ungarische KUV ,1865 MBS #hungary

Jerome Seligsohn <jselig1315@...>
 

Because of family obligations I have been unable to complete the archiving of the 1865 Mutual Benevolent Society at YIVO. However I have typed on WORD my outlne of the holdings of this most valuable collection.
Because it is much too large to put on this message board, those of you who wish a copy to download may contact me at jselig3460@aol.com
Jerry Seligsohn
volunteer archivist
YIVO


French SIG #France Re: residences in Strasbourg, France #france

Eve Line Blum <eve.line.blum@...>
 

As you can see on different websites among which :
http://tinyurl.com/69qzqw [Long URL changed to a TinyURL by Moderator]
or, since it was the same thing in REGENSBURG :
http://tinyurl.com/5nh4x4 {Again long URL changed to a TinyURL - Mod.]
or http://www.numismatikforum.de/ftopic11725.html

"rue du Marche aux grains" (plural) is the translation for "Alter Kornmarkt".

Pierre Hahn wrote:

One of my great-grandfather was born "15 vieux marche aux grain" in
1823 and died "20 alter Kornmarkt" in 1886. Is this the same street
in Strasbourg? Just the German name given during the 1871-1919
occupation?
--
Eve Line Blum-Cherchevsky
Besancon (France)
http://www.convoi73.org and also
Cercle de Genealogie Juive (International JGS in Paris
http://www.genealoj.org


Hungary SIG #Hungary Erste Ungarische KUV ,1865 MBS #hungary

Jerome Seligsohn <jselig1315@...>
 

Because of family obligations I have been unable to complete the archiving of the 1865 Mutual Benevolent Society at YIVO. However I have typed on WORD my outlne of the holdings of this most valuable collection.
Because it is much too large to put on this message board, those of you who wish a copy to download may contact me at jselig3460@aol.com
Jerry Seligsohn
volunteer archivist
YIVO


residences in Strasbourg, France #france

hhemm@yahoo.fr
 

Yes, it is the same street.
I send to your personal mail, an extract of a dictionary about
Strasbourg streets, which will give you the complete history of
the name of this street.

Hugues HEMMENDINGER, Strasbourg

________________________________
De : Pierre Hahn <pierre28@pacbell.net>
À : French SIG <frenchsig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Envoyé le : Vendredi, 17 Octobre 2008, 19h52mn 21s
Objet : [frenchsig] residences in Strasbourg, France


French SIG #France residences in Strasbourg, France #france

hhemm@yahoo.fr
 

Yes, it is the same street.
I send to your personal mail, an extract of a dictionary about
Strasbourg streets, which will give you the complete history of
the name of this street.

Hugues HEMMENDINGER, Strasbourg

________________________________
De : Pierre Hahn <pierre28@pacbell.net>
À : French SIG <frenchsig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Envoyé le : Vendredi, 17 Octobre 2008, 19h52mn 21s
Objet : [frenchsig] residences in Strasbourg, France


Article in AARP magazine #dna

Dick Plotz
 

The new issue of AARP (American Association of Retired People)
magazine features an article by Richard Rubin about the use of DNA
testing in genealogy. Rubin writes about his search for his own
Jewish family roots, finding relatives through JewishGen's partner
Family Tree DNA (see http://www.jewishgen.org/DNA/), and maintaining
an online virtual family circle. The article is available online at
<http://www.aarpmagazine.org/family/genetic_genealogy.html>. The
sidebar on how it works is a bit misleading, but the article itself
gives a good feel for what it's like to search for family and the
role DNA testing can play.

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA


DNA Research #DNA Article in AARP magazine #dna

Dick Plotz
 

The new issue of AARP (American Association of Retired People)
magazine features an article by Richard Rubin about the use of DNA
testing in genealogy. Rubin writes about his search for his own
Jewish family roots, finding relatives through JewishGen's partner
Family Tree DNA (see http://www.jewishgen.org/DNA/), and maintaining
an online virtual family circle. The article is available online at
<http://www.aarpmagazine.org/family/genetic_genealogy.html>. The
sidebar on how it works is a bit misleading, but the article itself
gives a good feel for what it's like to search for family and the
role DNA testing can play.

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA


seeking Naturalization records for Max Berger of Bayoune, New Jersey #general

stevenpeban@...
 

Listed on manifest Max Berger, arrived nov. 21, 1921, Ship Caronia. Listed
as Naturalized U.S. citizen New York Supreme court March 10, 1919.

Steven Peled Cleveland Ohio


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen seeking Naturalization records for Max Berger of Bayoune, New Jersey #general

stevenpeban@...
 

Listed on manifest Max Berger, arrived nov. 21, 1921, Ship Caronia. Listed
as Naturalized U.S. citizen New York Supreme court March 10, 1919.

Steven Peled Cleveland Ohio


seeking info on Max BERGER of Bayoune New Jersey #general

stevenpeban@...
 

listed as cousin and final destination on my great-grandmothers
manifest Malla Dym, arrived nov.21, 1920, Ship Caronia, Ellis Island
Steve Peled
cleveland Ohio


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen seeking info on Max BERGER of Bayoune New Jersey #general

stevenpeban@...
 

listed as cousin and final destination on my great-grandmothers
manifest Malla Dym, arrived nov.21, 1920, Ship Caronia, Ellis Island
Steve Peled
cleveland Ohio


Seeking descendants of Bernard, Edward ADLER and Florence VICKERS #general

Janet Wees <jreeva@...>
 

I am looking for descendants of Bernard Adler (born NY app. 1917
and who passed away in Woodland Hills CA), Edward Adler (born NY app 1914
and who passed away in Massachusetts) and Florence Vickers (born app.
1923 and who passed away in Springfield/Hampden MA).
Please contact me at this email address. Bernard, Edward and Florence
were the children of Max Adler who was my grandmother's brother. My
grandmother was Molly Minuk >from Canada.
Janet Wees
Calgary


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking descendants of Bernard, Edward ADLER and Florence VICKERS #general

Janet Wees <jreeva@...>
 

I am looking for descendants of Bernard Adler (born NY app. 1917
and who passed away in Woodland Hills CA), Edward Adler (born NY app 1914
and who passed away in Massachusetts) and Florence Vickers (born app.
1923 and who passed away in Springfield/Hampden MA).
Please contact me at this email address. Bernard, Edward and Florence
were the children of Max Adler who was my grandmother's brother. My
grandmother was Molly Minuk >from Canada.
Janet Wees
Calgary


Moshe [Moses] haCOHEN [HART] #general

Ray Hart <rmbhart@...>
 

Dear Listers
This one is likely best suited to those who might consider them selves
some what the Jewish Expert or have more than a passing knowledge of the
folk who lived around the area of Whitechapel in the 1800's.
As you will know if you have followed my threads I have been trying to
find out as much as I can about about a man I will call Moses Hart who
died 1844. We also believe he was born c1818. We have become to
believe that Moses Hart c1818-1844, at some stage went under the
name Moshe haCohen [Hart]

A friend recently reminded me of a book ,The History of the Jews in
England written by Albert M Hyamson. It was first printed in 1908.
The book can be found on line.

The chapter on the Ashkenasim covers the years 1690-1764.
This chapter mentions of an Uri Phaibush (Aaron Hart)1670-1756
of Breslau, brother of Moses Hart (no mention of the ha Cohen)who
was the chief Rabbi of the Ashkenazi community.

A chapter on the Colonies (1625-1800 mentions a Aaron
Hart of Canada. Other Harts that get a mention, Ezakiel Hart,
Moses Hart, Samuel Becancour Hart, Commissary Aaron Hart and
as mentioned Rabbi Aaron Hart.

About four of us, that come to mind are interested in knowing if
these Harts mentioned in the book are connected to the Moses Hart
in my first paragraph? Could the humble fishmonger have held an
office in the Synagogue?

If the Moses is very likely he will be married Elizabeth [UNKOWN].

Best to all, Ray [Australia]


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Moshe [Moses] haCOHEN [HART] #general

Ray Hart <rmbhart@...>
 

Dear Listers
This one is likely best suited to those who might consider them selves
some what the Jewish Expert or have more than a passing knowledge of the
folk who lived around the area of Whitechapel in the 1800's.
As you will know if you have followed my threads I have been trying to
find out as much as I can about about a man I will call Moses Hart who
died 1844. We also believe he was born c1818. We have become to
believe that Moses Hart c1818-1844, at some stage went under the
name Moshe haCohen [Hart]

A friend recently reminded me of a book ,The History of the Jews in
England written by Albert M Hyamson. It was first printed in 1908.
The book can be found on line.

The chapter on the Ashkenasim covers the years 1690-1764.
This chapter mentions of an Uri Phaibush (Aaron Hart)1670-1756
of Breslau, brother of Moses Hart (no mention of the ha Cohen)who
was the chief Rabbi of the Ashkenazi community.

A chapter on the Colonies (1625-1800 mentions a Aaron
Hart of Canada. Other Harts that get a mention, Ezakiel Hart,
Moses Hart, Samuel Becancour Hart, Commissary Aaron Hart and
as mentioned Rabbi Aaron Hart.

About four of us, that come to mind are interested in knowing if
these Harts mentioned in the book are connected to the Moses Hart
in my first paragraph? Could the humble fishmonger have held an
office in the Synagogue?

If the Moses is very likely he will be married Elizabeth [UNKOWN].

Best to all, Ray [Australia]