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Name adoption Lists #germany

Steven Emanuel <steven.emanuel@...>
 

You can use the link shown below to access a name adoption listing facility I
have used successfully for many years.

http://www.a-h-b.de/AHB/links_e.htm

Steven Emanuel ID 185680 steven.emanuel@...


Jelgava death records #latvia

Christine Usdin
 

All the death records have been translated.

http://www.premiumorange.com/rigavitalrecords/

Christine Usdin


German SIG #Germany Name adoption Lists #germany

Steven Emanuel <steven.emanuel@...>
 

You can use the link shown below to access a name adoption listing facility I
have used successfully for many years.

http://www.a-h-b.de/AHB/links_e.htm

Steven Emanuel ID 185680 steven.emanuel@...


Latvia SIG #Latvia Jelgava death records #latvia

Christine Usdin
 

All the death records have been translated.

http://www.premiumorange.com/rigavitalrecords/

Christine Usdin


Re: What is the status of the NALDEX project #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Dear Barbara, dear everybody!

We're just days away >from announcing Phase 1 (the published Prussian
lists) as part of the All-Germany database.

Meanwhile we've been identifying other substantial sources. Just today
I got permission >from a German society to use their list of about 600
names covering an entire province.

My Viewmate query today was an effort to get the next phase rolling:
handwritten lists >from the Napoleonic era. Not that other lists won't
be given attention, mind you!

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA research co-ordinator, GerSIG

On 6/14/2011 10:34 PM, Barbara Algaze wrote:
The last posting I have found on the GerSig forum archives for NALDEX
(the GerSIG Name Adoption List Indexing Project) of which Roger Lustig
was the Director of Research, was in November 2008. Has there been any
progress in the meantime? Is any of the information on the web?


German SIG #Germany Re: What is the status of the NALDEX project #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Dear Barbara, dear everybody!

We're just days away >from announcing Phase 1 (the published Prussian
lists) as part of the All-Germany database.

Meanwhile we've been identifying other substantial sources. Just today
I got permission >from a German society to use their list of about 600
names covering an entire province.

My Viewmate query today was an effort to get the next phase rolling:
handwritten lists >from the Napoleonic era. Not that other lists won't
be given attention, mind you!

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA research co-ordinator, GerSIG

On 6/14/2011 10:34 PM, Barbara Algaze wrote:
The last posting I have found on the GerSig forum archives for NALDEX
(the GerSIG Name Adoption List Indexing Project) of which Roger Lustig
was the Director of Research, was in November 2008. Has there been any
progress in the meantime? Is any of the information on the web?


finding Yad Vashem record submitter #galicia

Steve Perlman <steve@...>
 

Several Holocaust victim records were submitted to Yad Vashem by
Tzvi Singer/Zenger in the 1950s. Here is a link to a PDF of one of
the records (submitted 1956):

http://www.visiblelight.com/stuff/steve/poland/yadvashem_pietnitzer.pdf

Unfortunately, I cannot read the Hebrew script to locate an address.
Does anyone have a suggestion for how to find this person?

Thx
Steve Perlman
Melbourne FL
NEUSTADT - Dabrowa Tarnowska, Krakow
PERLMANN - Dabrowa Tarnowska, Tarnow
MEYERHOFF - Dabrowa Tarnowska
PIETNITZER - Dabrowa Tarnowska, Kroscienko
GERSTEN, APPEL, GROSS, HYMAN - Ulanow
GROSS - Glogow


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia finding Yad Vashem record submitter #galicia

Steve Perlman <steve@...>
 

Several Holocaust victim records were submitted to Yad Vashem by
Tzvi Singer/Zenger in the 1950s. Here is a link to a PDF of one of
the records (submitted 1956):

http://www.visiblelight.com/stuff/steve/poland/yadvashem_pietnitzer.pdf

Unfortunately, I cannot read the Hebrew script to locate an address.
Does anyone have a suggestion for how to find this person?

Thx
Steve Perlman
Melbourne FL
NEUSTADT - Dabrowa Tarnowska, Krakow
PERLMANN - Dabrowa Tarnowska, Tarnow
MEYERHOFF - Dabrowa Tarnowska
PIETNITZER - Dabrowa Tarnowska, Kroscienko
GERSTEN, APPEL, GROSS, HYMAN - Ulanow
GROSS - Glogow


GAMBURG/Russan translation #ukraine

Paulette Bronstein
 

Greetings to all. I have posted a document to be translated. It is on
Viewmate and can be found at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19293.
I would like an exact translation >from Russian to English. I would like to know
if this document provides information about my grandfather's return to
Russia in 1918. I would also like to know if I would be able to find
any documentation in the Russian Archives which might have recorded
this return visit to Russia.
Thank you for your assistance.

Paulette Bronstein
GAMBURG - Lithuania, Ukraine, USA
GAMUS - Lithuania, Belarus, USA
BRONSTEIN - Ukraine, Poland, Israel, USA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine GAMBURG/Russan translation #ukraine

Paulette Bronstein
 

Greetings to all. I have posted a document to be translated. It is on
Viewmate and can be found at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19293.
I would like an exact translation >from Russian to English. I would like to know
if this document provides information about my grandfather's return to
Russia in 1918. I would also like to know if I would be able to find
any documentation in the Russian Archives which might have recorded
this return visit to Russia.
Thank you for your assistance.

Paulette Bronstein
GAMBURG - Lithuania, Ukraine, USA
GAMUS - Lithuania, Belarus, USA
BRONSTEIN - Ukraine, Poland, Israel, USA


London lookup for Michael Temchin #belarus

David Gordon
 

Through the wonders of JewishGen, I was once in touch with a distant
cousin, Michael Temchin, in London. On my last visit there, we were
even able to meet and spend sometime together. Unfortunately, as the
years since 2002 have passed, we have lost touch. I can find, from
the internet, that he is a senior executive with a firm called
Threadneedle Investments, but try as I might, I cannot find his
personal address or other contact information. The e-mail I have no
longer works and the e-mail sent through JewishGen no longer works
either.

I wondered if I might ask a member in London to see whether he is in
the London telephone directory. If so, would someone mind sending me
a private message with his contact information? Thanks very much.


David Gordon
tiganeasca at gmail.com
Chicago, IL
Searching:
HORWITZ: Smolevichi, Lapichi; GORDON: Butrimonys
DRAZIN: Bobruisk; GEBALOVITCH: Borisov, Slavian
BENENSON: Borisov,HURWITZ: Gomel GETZOV: Smolevichi?

MODERATOR NOTE: David you may also want to search:
http://www.whitepages.co.uk/


Belarus SIG #Belarus London lookup for Michael Temchin #belarus

David Gordon
 

Through the wonders of JewishGen, I was once in touch with a distant
cousin, Michael Temchin, in London. On my last visit there, we were
even able to meet and spend sometime together. Unfortunately, as the
years since 2002 have passed, we have lost touch. I can find, from
the internet, that he is a senior executive with a firm called
Threadneedle Investments, but try as I might, I cannot find his
personal address or other contact information. The e-mail I have no
longer works and the e-mail sent through JewishGen no longer works
either.

I wondered if I might ask a member in London to see whether he is in
the London telephone directory. If so, would someone mind sending me
a private message with his contact information? Thanks very much.


David Gordon
tiganeasca at gmail.com
Chicago, IL
Searching:
HORWITZ: Smolevichi, Lapichi; GORDON: Butrimonys
DRAZIN: Bobruisk; GEBALOVITCH: Borisov, Slavian
BENENSON: Borisov,HURWITZ: Gomel GETZOV: Smolevichi?

MODERATOR NOTE: David you may also want to search:
http://www.whitepages.co.uk/


Parnas in Wuerzburg or vicinity? #germany

Alan Ehrlich
 

Hello,
I noted >from Ele Toldot (transcribed by Ettlinger and published on the Leo
Beck Institute's web site) that my ancestor, Majer Wuerzburg born in the
late 1500s or early 1600s, had the title "Parnas".

Ele Toldot doesn't provide any further information regarding his origins or
predecessors, nor is there any burial information for him in the Steinheim
Institute's burials data base either; however, he is mentioned on the
Steinheim site in relation to the year 1712 grave (No. 225) in the
Battonnstrasse cemetery, Frankfurt am Main... that of his daughter Hendle
bat Majer Wuerzburg, who was married to Rabbi Binjamin "Wolf" ben
Alexander/Sender Traub.

So, I'd be grateful for any suggestion or information concerning where/how I
might find information about who were the Parnases of Wuerzburg and the
surrounding locations during the 1600s... which I believe includes the
following places: Acholshausen, Allersheim , Aub, Boettigheim, Buetthard,
Eibelstadt, Estenfeld, Fuchsstadt, Gaukoenigshofen, Geroldshausen,
Giebelstadt, Gossmannsdorf, Greussenheim, Hoechberg, Kirchheim,
Oberaltertheim, Randersacker, Reichenberg, Remlingen, Rimpar, Roettingen,
Sommerhausen, Tauberrettersheim, Unteraltertheim, Untereisenheim,
Unterleinach, Veitshoechheim, Winterhausen, Zell. Thank you,

Friendly regards, Alan Ehrlich, Geneva, Switzerland


German SIG #Germany Parnas in Wuerzburg or vicinity? #germany

Alan Ehrlich
 

Hello,
I noted >from Ele Toldot (transcribed by Ettlinger and published on the Leo
Beck Institute's web site) that my ancestor, Majer Wuerzburg born in the
late 1500s or early 1600s, had the title "Parnas".

Ele Toldot doesn't provide any further information regarding his origins or
predecessors, nor is there any burial information for him in the Steinheim
Institute's burials data base either; however, he is mentioned on the
Steinheim site in relation to the year 1712 grave (No. 225) in the
Battonnstrasse cemetery, Frankfurt am Main... that of his daughter Hendle
bat Majer Wuerzburg, who was married to Rabbi Binjamin "Wolf" ben
Alexander/Sender Traub.

So, I'd be grateful for any suggestion or information concerning where/how I
might find information about who were the Parnases of Wuerzburg and the
surrounding locations during the 1600s... which I believe includes the
following places: Acholshausen, Allersheim , Aub, Boettigheim, Buetthard,
Eibelstadt, Estenfeld, Fuchsstadt, Gaukoenigshofen, Geroldshausen,
Giebelstadt, Gossmannsdorf, Greussenheim, Hoechberg, Kirchheim,
Oberaltertheim, Randersacker, Reichenberg, Remlingen, Rimpar, Roettingen,
Sommerhausen, Tauberrettersheim, Unteraltertheim, Untereisenheim,
Unterleinach, Veitshoechheim, Winterhausen, Zell. Thank you,

Friendly regards, Alan Ehrlich, Geneva, Switzerland


Re: Embassy Visits at Conference #ukraine

Lifshitz-Krams Anne
 

Only in Washington: Attend the Conference AND Visit Foreign Embassies!

EMBASSY OF FRANCE: Tuesday, August 16
=====
A very good idea! And if you plan to come next year to Paris Conference,
visiting the French Embassy on Tuesday august 16, could be an excellent
opportunity to prepare for it.

(You will find soon more informations concerning the 2012 conference on our
new Website www.Paris2012.eu
which will open before the end of June or by writing to
Congresparis2012_genealoj@...)

Anne Lifshitz-Krams
President of the committee for Paris 2012 Conference
CGJ - Paris
www.genealoj.org

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Join us at the
31st IAJGS International Conference
on Jewish Genealogy
"A Capital Conference"
Washington, DC USA
http://www.DC2011.org
August 14-19, 2011 Grand Hyatt Washington


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Embassy Visits at Conference #ukraine

Lifshitz-Krams Anne
 

Only in Washington: Attend the Conference AND Visit Foreign Embassies!

EMBASSY OF FRANCE: Tuesday, August 16
=====
A very good idea! And if you plan to come next year to Paris Conference,
visiting the French Embassy on Tuesday august 16, could be an excellent
opportunity to prepare for it.

(You will find soon more informations concerning the 2012 conference on our
new Website www.Paris2012.eu
which will open before the end of June or by writing to
Congresparis2012_genealoj@...)

Anne Lifshitz-Krams
President of the committee for Paris 2012 Conference
CGJ - Paris
www.genealoj.org

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Join us at the
31st IAJGS International Conference
on Jewish Genealogy
"A Capital Conference"
Washington, DC USA
http://www.DC2011.org
August 14-19, 2011 Grand Hyatt Washington


Can someone read my families headstones for me? #general

Lesnick, Bethann A <bethann.lesnick@...>
 

Hello All,

I have located 8 family burials - 7 in Mount Carmel (Queens, NY) and 1
in Mount Judah. The information that I have gives me the name, location
and date of death. I would like to know if there is any other
information on the headstones, but I am not likely to make it to NY. I
was directed to the Discussion Group by a fellow researcher who said
someone here might be able to help me.

Is this something that I might be able to get some help with?

Thank you for your consideration,

Bethann Lesnick
Email: lesnicba@...


Los Angeles California marriage certificate (1965) and divorce certificate (1976) #general

Amichai Ma'oz <amimaoz@...>
 

I am trying to help a friend in Israel who needs to obtain copies of a 1965
marriage certificate (Los Angeles, CA) and a 1976 divorce certificate (Los
Angeles, CA) of her first cousin who passed away in 2009 leaving no
descendants. Could someone please direct her to the correct address to get
this documentation and if possible, the approximate cost?

Thanks in advance for any help!

Laura Ma'oz
Beer Sheva, Israel


Re: Storage of oversized documents #general

Peter Lebensold
 

Some ideas:
In the U.S., take a look at http://www.lightimpressionsdirect.com/

In the U.K., http://www.preservationequipment.com/

In Canada, http://www.carrmclean.ca/index.aspx

In Canada and the USA, http://globalgenealogy.com/

Peter Lebensold
Toronto

Seeking: LEBENSOLD/LIBENSCHULD (anywhere), GELBFISZ/FISH/GOLDWYN (Warsaw,
Los Angeles), SZAFIR (Warsaw), KORN (Poland, Philippines, San Francisco),
BAUMEISTER (Warsaw), BORENSTEIN (Warsaw, U.S., Canada), GUTLIEZER (Poland),
OPOSDOWER (Poland), WERNER (Poland, Glasgow), ZEMSZ (Poland)

From: Stephen Cohen <drstevecohen@...>
Most of us know how to store documents archivally (in polypropylene sleeves).
My question is how to store odd-sized and oversized documents...
What options are available for storage--and easy access and viewing? Where can I
get such storage-aids?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Can someone read my families headstones for me? #general

Lesnick, Bethann A <bethann.lesnick@...>
 

Hello All,

I have located 8 family burials - 7 in Mount Carmel (Queens, NY) and 1
in Mount Judah. The information that I have gives me the name, location
and date of death. I would like to know if there is any other
information on the headstones, but I am not likely to make it to NY. I
was directed to the Discussion Group by a fellow researcher who said
someone here might be able to help me.

Is this something that I might be able to get some help with?

Thank you for your consideration,

Bethann Lesnick
Email: lesnicba@...

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