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Searching for ROSENBAUM in Hallenberg #germany

Hans Joachim Schneider <snow.schneider@...>
 

Dear GerSiggers,

I am trying to find out more about the parents of Abraham ROSENBAUM
born on 25.11.1786 in Hallenberg.

I am not sure whether it is Hallenberg in Nordrhein-Westfalen
close to the border to Hessen or (less probable) Hallenberg in Thüringen.

Abraham's parents were Beer and Clara. Abraham married Marianne Maria
Benedictus LYON >from Amsterdam and later Sybilla Marcus DE BRUIN
from Didam/Netherlands. He died in Zevenaar/Netherlands on 12.08.1859.
If anyone has information on his parents or possible other siblings please
contact me. Kind regards,

Hans Joachim Schneider, Solingen, Germany snow.schneider@web.de


German SIG #Germany Searching for ROSENBAUM in Hallenberg #germany

Hans Joachim Schneider <snow.schneider@...>
 

Dear GerSiggers,

I am trying to find out more about the parents of Abraham ROSENBAUM
born on 25.11.1786 in Hallenberg.

I am not sure whether it is Hallenberg in Nordrhein-Westfalen
close to the border to Hessen or (less probable) Hallenberg in Thüringen.

Abraham's parents were Beer and Clara. Abraham married Marianne Maria
Benedictus LYON >from Amsterdam and later Sybilla Marcus DE BRUIN
from Didam/Netherlands. He died in Zevenaar/Netherlands on 12.08.1859.
If anyone has information on his parents or possible other siblings please
contact me. Kind regards,

Hans Joachim Schneider, Solingen, Germany snow.schneider@web.de


Czechoslovakia on the eve of WWII - Passport / Visa question #germany

Norbert Weinberg <norofra@...>
 

I am now at work on a series of blog entries about my father's experience in
Czechoslovakia on his way to Poland in 1938-39. The first one, with a link
here , is on his escape >from Austria to Czechoslovakia and some comments on
the German takeover.
http://karmisheli.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-second-descent-into-gates-of-hell.html

During the period shortly preceding the outbreak of World War II, Jews from
Germany and Austria made their way to Czechoslovakia. Many of them were
Polish by citizenship, my father among them.
At some point in Czechoslovakia, he and his brothers applied for transit
visas, and somehow received Czechoslovakian passports instead.

*** I want to know if anyone has information on how Jews might
have obtained such passports, if it was common, or rare.***

(The next essays will describe Spilberk Fortress as a temporary
concentration camp, and the third will describe the round up and deportation
of Polish Jews >from Czechoslovakia to the no-man's land between the German
and Soviet forces at the outbreak of WWII and then moving on to Lwow.)
Your input is welcome.

Rabbi Dr. Norbert Weinberg, Encino, CA norofra@sbcglobal.net

Reasearching Family Records of WEINBERG- Frankfurt AM, Germany, Dolyna/Ukraine,
Vienna/Austria.


German SIG #Germany Czechoslovakia on the eve of WWII - Passport / Visa question #germany

Norbert Weinberg <norofra@...>
 

I am now at work on a series of blog entries about my father's experience in
Czechoslovakia on his way to Poland in 1938-39. The first one, with a link
here , is on his escape >from Austria to Czechoslovakia and some comments on
the German takeover.
http://karmisheli.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-second-descent-into-gates-of-hell.html

During the period shortly preceding the outbreak of World War II, Jews from
Germany and Austria made their way to Czechoslovakia. Many of them were
Polish by citizenship, my father among them.
At some point in Czechoslovakia, he and his brothers applied for transit
visas, and somehow received Czechoslovakian passports instead.

*** I want to know if anyone has information on how Jews might
have obtained such passports, if it was common, or rare.***

(The next essays will describe Spilberk Fortress as a temporary
concentration camp, and the third will describe the round up and deportation
of Polish Jews >from Czechoslovakia to the no-man's land between the German
and Soviet forces at the outbreak of WWII and then moving on to Lwow.)
Your input is welcome.

Rabbi Dr. Norbert Weinberg, Encino, CA norofra@sbcglobal.net

Reasearching Family Records of WEINBERG- Frankfurt AM, Germany, Dolyna/Ukraine,
Vienna/Austria.


New book on Jewish immigrants to Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana #france

siess@...
 

Dear members of Frenchsig,


I would like to announce that my book THE FORGOTTEN JEWS OF
AVOYELLES PARISH, LOUISIANA, ( 610pp. with 45 illustrations and index)
has just been published by Janaway Publications of Santa Maria, CA. It is
the first ever book written about the Jewish men and women who came to
Central Louisiana to settle as early as the 1830s in Avoyelles Parish.
Far more than a genealogy, you will be taken on a journey through
time >from the earliest beginnings of the parish, through the Civil War,
and two World Wars,finally, to the last man standing who practices
Judaism today in this mostly agrarian section of the state. These
families, their triumphs and tragedies,are treated within the
context of the development of Avoyelles, as well as, to a lesser
degree, Winn, Rapides, St. Landry, Evangeline, and Grant
parishes, where some moved on to find better opportunities.
Formerly >from Alsace, Bavaria, and later, Poland, Russia, and
Austria-Hungary, these Jews were merchants and farmers, slave
owners and Confederate soldiers, Jayhawkers and prisoners of war,
mayors, constables, aldermen, and builders and owners of shortline
railroads. They founded towns, ran sawmills, discovered oil, and
ginned cotton. For the earliest Jewish residents who often
married out of their faith, this was a story of assimilation and
loss of their religious identity. For the post-Civil War arrivals
who, more often than not, came with wives and children, this was
a story of the constant struggle to remain Jewish.

The lives of the earliest immigrants: Maurice Fortlouis
(Karlsrhue, Baden), Adolph and Charles Frank (Nordstetten, Ger.),
Abe Felsenthal (Odenbach, Rhinepfalz), Sam and Alex Haas (Rothbach &
Ingwiller,Alsace), Simon, Leopold and David Siess (Lembach, Alsace),
Isaac Lehmann (Lembach, Alsace and Leopold and Lazard Goudchaux(Brumath,
Riedseltz,Alsace) who intermarried with the Porche, Bordelon,Gaspard,
Aymond,Guillot, Marshall,Cole,Blount,Chatelain, and Cochrane pioneer
families of Avoyelles Parish, are analyzed in the context of the
external forces of history which shaped their lives, the major
event being the Civil War.

Theconflicts between Union sympathizers and Confederate loyalists in
Avoyelles Parish,the catastrophic consequences of the Red River
campaign, the fall of Fort DeRussy, and the Union Army's final march
through Marksville and Mansura, may now be seen through the eyes
of the immigrants who lived through them.

These first Jewish men were followed by numerous postbellum
arrivals including the Levy (Niederbronn & Niederroedern, Alsace), Karpe
(Puttelange-les-Farchbviller, Moselle), Wolf ( Unknown >from Alsace),
Weill(Schirrhoffen, Alsace), Weil (Mackenheim, Alsace), Moch(Mertzwiller,
Alsace), Hiller (Niederroedern, Alsace), Kahn (Schirrhoffen, Alsace),
Bauer(Romanswiller, Alsace), and an Austro-Hungarian contingent including
the Weiss, Gross, Anker, Rich, Warshauer, Elster, Goldring, Rosenberg,
Schreiber, Schlessinger, and Abramson families who, along with the sons
and daughters of the first Jewish immigrants, continued to shape the destiny
of the parish during the difficult years of Reconstruction, which brought
with it the brief specter of anti-Semitism. These Jewish families continued
to prosper well into the twentieth century. Their leadership in the
development of Louisiana's lumber and petroleum resources, their
contributions as physicians, dentists, and politicians,as well as
their innovations in the retail ready-to-wear clothing industry, have
given them a place of importance in the development of Central Louisiana.

I might add that without the help early on >from Rosanne Leeson,
who gave me the first bit of information as to where my Siess
ancestors came >from in Alsace, I might never have been able to unravel
all the family mysteries, which eventually led to my interest in
tracking down the rest of the Jewish families who made Avoyelles Parish,
Louisiana their home.

My book may be ordered directly >from the publisher at:

www.janawaygenealogy.com

or on
www.amazon.com

Carol Mills-Nichol
Madisonville, LA


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French SIG #France New book on Jewish immigrants to Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana #france

siess@...
 

Dear members of Frenchsig,


I would like to announce that my book THE FORGOTTEN JEWS OF
AVOYELLES PARISH, LOUISIANA, ( 610pp. with 45 illustrations and index)
has just been published by Janaway Publications of Santa Maria, CA. It is
the first ever book written about the Jewish men and women who came to
Central Louisiana to settle as early as the 1830s in Avoyelles Parish.
Far more than a genealogy, you will be taken on a journey through
time >from the earliest beginnings of the parish, through the Civil War,
and two World Wars,finally, to the last man standing who practices
Judaism today in this mostly agrarian section of the state. These
families, their triumphs and tragedies,are treated within the
context of the development of Avoyelles, as well as, to a lesser
degree, Winn, Rapides, St. Landry, Evangeline, and Grant
parishes, where some moved on to find better opportunities.
Formerly >from Alsace, Bavaria, and later, Poland, Russia, and
Austria-Hungary, these Jews were merchants and farmers, slave
owners and Confederate soldiers, Jayhawkers and prisoners of war,
mayors, constables, aldermen, and builders and owners of shortline
railroads. They founded towns, ran sawmills, discovered oil, and
ginned cotton. For the earliest Jewish residents who often
married out of their faith, this was a story of assimilation and
loss of their religious identity. For the post-Civil War arrivals
who, more often than not, came with wives and children, this was
a story of the constant struggle to remain Jewish.

The lives of the earliest immigrants: Maurice Fortlouis
(Karlsrhue, Baden), Adolph and Charles Frank (Nordstetten, Ger.),
Abe Felsenthal (Odenbach, Rhinepfalz), Sam and Alex Haas (Rothbach &
Ingwiller,Alsace), Simon, Leopold and David Siess (Lembach, Alsace),
Isaac Lehmann (Lembach, Alsace and Leopold and Lazard Goudchaux(Brumath,
Riedseltz,Alsace) who intermarried with the Porche, Bordelon,Gaspard,
Aymond,Guillot, Marshall,Cole,Blount,Chatelain, and Cochrane pioneer
families of Avoyelles Parish, are analyzed in the context of the
external forces of history which shaped their lives, the major
event being the Civil War.

Theconflicts between Union sympathizers and Confederate loyalists in
Avoyelles Parish,the catastrophic consequences of the Red River
campaign, the fall of Fort DeRussy, and the Union Army's final march
through Marksville and Mansura, may now be seen through the eyes
of the immigrants who lived through them.

These first Jewish men were followed by numerous postbellum
arrivals including the Levy (Niederbronn & Niederroedern, Alsace), Karpe
(Puttelange-les-Farchbviller, Moselle), Wolf ( Unknown >from Alsace),
Weill(Schirrhoffen, Alsace), Weil (Mackenheim, Alsace), Moch(Mertzwiller,
Alsace), Hiller (Niederroedern, Alsace), Kahn (Schirrhoffen, Alsace),
Bauer(Romanswiller, Alsace), and an Austro-Hungarian contingent including
the Weiss, Gross, Anker, Rich, Warshauer, Elster, Goldring, Rosenberg,
Schreiber, Schlessinger, and Abramson families who, along with the sons
and daughters of the first Jewish immigrants, continued to shape the destiny
of the parish during the difficult years of Reconstruction, which brought
with it the brief specter of anti-Semitism. These Jewish families continued
to prosper well into the twentieth century. Their leadership in the
development of Louisiana's lumber and petroleum resources, their
contributions as physicians, dentists, and politicians,as well as
their innovations in the retail ready-to-wear clothing industry, have
given them a place of importance in the development of Central Louisiana.

I might add that without the help early on >from Rosanne Leeson,
who gave me the first bit of information as to where my Siess
ancestors came >from in Alsace, I might never have been able to unravel
all the family mysteries, which eventually led to my interest in
tracking down the rest of the Jewish families who made Avoyelles Parish,
Louisiana their home.

My book may be ordered directly >from the publisher at:

www.janawaygenealogy.com

or on
www.amazon.com

Carol Mills-Nichol
Madisonville, LA


MODERATOR NOTE: This is permitted as a one time commercial notice
under JewishGen rules.


Czechoslovakia on the eve of WWII #austria-czech

norofra@...
 

I am now at work on a series of blog entries about my father's experience in
Czechoslovakia on his way to Poland in 1938-39. The first one, with a link
here , is on his escape >from Austria to Czechoslovakia and some comments on
the German takeover.
http://karmisheli.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-second-descent-into-gates-of-hell
.html



During the period shortly preceding the outbreak of World War II, Jews from
Germany and Austria made their way to Czechoslovakia. Many of them were
Polish by citizenship, my father among them.
At some point in Czechoslovakia, he and his brothers applied for transit
visas, and somehow received Czechoslovakian passports instead. I want to
know if anyone has information on how Jews might have obtained such
passports, if it was common, or rare.

(The next essays will describe Spilberk Fortress as a temporary
concentration camp, and the third will describe the round up and deportation
of Polish Jews >from Czechoslovakia to the no-man's land between the German
and Soviet forces at the outbreak of WWII and then moving on to Lwow.)

Your input is welcome.


Rabbi Dr. Norbert Weinberg
Encino, CA 91316

Karmi Sheli-My Vineyard
The Courage of the Spirit:The story of Europe's Jewry in the 20 th Century
from family accounts and documents
http://karmisheli.blogspot.com
http://www.facebook.com/CourageoftheSpirit


Reasearching Family Records of WEINBERG( Dolyna/Ukraine,
Vienna/Austria,Frankfurt AM, Germany),ZARWANITZER ( Dolyna/Ukraine),IGER(
Lviv, Podwolochisk/Ukraine)GOTTDENKER ( Lviv, Bolekhiv/Ukraine).


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Czechoslovakia on the eve of WWII #austria-czech

norofra@...
 

I am now at work on a series of blog entries about my father's experience in
Czechoslovakia on his way to Poland in 1938-39. The first one, with a link
here , is on his escape >from Austria to Czechoslovakia and some comments on
the German takeover.
http://karmisheli.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-second-descent-into-gates-of-hell
.html



During the period shortly preceding the outbreak of World War II, Jews from
Germany and Austria made their way to Czechoslovakia. Many of them were
Polish by citizenship, my father among them.
At some point in Czechoslovakia, he and his brothers applied for transit
visas, and somehow received Czechoslovakian passports instead. I want to
know if anyone has information on how Jews might have obtained such
passports, if it was common, or rare.

(The next essays will describe Spilberk Fortress as a temporary
concentration camp, and the third will describe the round up and deportation
of Polish Jews >from Czechoslovakia to the no-man's land between the German
and Soviet forces at the outbreak of WWII and then moving on to Lwow.)

Your input is welcome.


Rabbi Dr. Norbert Weinberg
Encino, CA 91316

Karmi Sheli-My Vineyard
The Courage of the Spirit:The story of Europe's Jewry in the 20 th Century
from family accounts and documents
http://karmisheli.blogspot.com
http://www.facebook.com/CourageoftheSpirit


Reasearching Family Records of WEINBERG( Dolyna/Ukraine,
Vienna/Austria,Frankfurt AM, Germany),ZARWANITZER ( Dolyna/Ukraine),IGER(
Lviv, Podwolochisk/Ukraine)GOTTDENKER ( Lviv, Bolekhiv/Ukraine).


Bessarabia #austria-czech

sdecastro@...
 

In response to Randy Schoenberg's message, I wish to thank him for the
information and his work in tying Austrian Bohemian families to Moravia and
Bessarabia.
My ancestors were >from Moravia/Bessarabia and achieved a rather high rank in
Russian imperial army (probably army logistics)
My autosomal DNA is mostly Romanian with some Palatinate German (protestant
Bavarians) and a bit of high society Ukrainian, while my semitic YDNA ties
me securely between Bohemian families with the surname Schweitzer.

I had found this mixture perplexing, I knew there must have been a movement
of Jewish people >from the Protestant South German/Swiss areas to protestant
Bohemia then to Moravia and Bessarabia.
My DNA told me so, but the post and link >from Randy gave me the physical
evidence, the proof.
A good step forward to discovering my ancestors.

Thanks Randy.


S. De Castro

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Hermann Ungar #austria-czech

vickyunwin@...
 

I would like to share a website we have created about my grandfather HERMANN
UNGAR, Moravian writer, 1893-1929, www.hermannungar.com.

This also contains an English translation on his Life and Works, and lots of
fascinating information about Moravia, Prague and Berlin in the 1920s.

The family tree can be found under Unwin on www.myheritage.com.

Feel free to send me any comments or information.

Vicky Unwin
London


"Exploring JewishGen" New Class offering #austria-czech

Nancy Holden
 

October 1 - 14
"Exploring JewishGen - The Essential Jewish Resource"

Want to discover family research methodology and the hidden resources
of JewishGen? Want to learn how to search the leading resource for
Jewish genealogy? Want to learn to navigate your way through the
maze of JewishGen data collections?

This course is a series of exercises that will take you on a guided tour
of the paths and byways that make up JewishGen's massive website.
You will visit the links that connect the composite databases, projects,
SIGs, and open up the wonders of JewishGen.

Newbies, dabblers and serious researchers can benefit by using these
guided pointers. It requires 20 minutes a day, and a connection to
the internet.

The course does not require you to have started your genealogy.
It is for those who wish to grasp the intricacies of the JewishGen
website. You do not need to know your original surname or the
name of your immigrant town.

This course is not how to do your personal family research.

Enrollment is open. Click on the "enroll" hyperlink.
http://www.jewishgen.org/Education/
There is a charge of $18 for the 2 week class.

Nancy Holden
Instructor


Hello from Boston! #austria-czech

Helen Epstein
 

Just e-published Sensation Fair, the ironic memoir of the "raging" and
"roving" reporter Egon Erwin Kisch (1885-1948). This is an
extraordinary book that has long been unavailable in English. The only
hard copy on amazon sells for $550.

Kisch was born into a Jewish family and raised in the very center of
Prague, was bi-lingual and worked for the German-language Bohemia
newspaper >from 1906-1913 before relocating to Berlin. He was a police
reporter and the Prague he writes about fills in what Kafka, Bergmann,
Werfel, and Brod left out.

Like Viennese writer Stefan Zweig, Kisch fled Nazi-occupied Europe and
landed in Latin America and, like him, he wrote his memoir in exile.
But, unlike Zweig in Brazil, Kisch flourished in the wartime exile
community of Mexico City and returned to Prague a hero in 1946, even
though he wrote in German. He was a Communist, a friend of Jaroslav
Hasek (creator of the Gold Soldier Schweik) and is considered the
founder of literary journalism in Central Europe.

Kisch left a detailed document of turn-of the-twentieth century Prague
that I found extremely valuable when I was researching my family
history. It's a funny, informative read, full of detail.

Take a look at Plunkett Lake Ebooks of Life Writing (www.plunkettlakepress.com)



Helen


--
www.helenepstein.com
Reviewer-at-Large, TheArtsFuse


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Bessarabia #austria-czech

sdecastro@...
 

In response to Randy Schoenberg's message, I wish to thank him for the
information and his work in tying Austrian Bohemian families to Moravia and
Bessarabia.
My ancestors were >from Moravia/Bessarabia and achieved a rather high rank in
Russian imperial army (probably army logistics)
My autosomal DNA is mostly Romanian with some Palatinate German (protestant
Bavarians) and a bit of high society Ukrainian, while my semitic YDNA ties
me securely between Bohemian families with the surname Schweitzer.

I had found this mixture perplexing, I knew there must have been a movement
of Jewish people >from the Protestant South German/Swiss areas to protestant
Bohemia then to Moravia and Bessarabia.
My DNA told me so, but the post and link >from Randy gave me the physical
evidence, the proof.
A good step forward to discovering my ancestors.

Thanks Randy.


S. De Castro

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the subject line if you are replying to a digest message.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Hermann Ungar #austria-czech

vickyunwin@...
 

I would like to share a website we have created about my grandfather HERMANN
UNGAR, Moravian writer, 1893-1929, www.hermannungar.com.

This also contains an English translation on his Life and Works, and lots of
fascinating information about Moravia, Prague and Berlin in the 1920s.

The family tree can be found under Unwin on www.myheritage.com.

Feel free to send me any comments or information.

Vicky Unwin
London


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech "Exploring JewishGen" New Class offering #austria-czech

Nancy Holden
 

October 1 - 14
"Exploring JewishGen - The Essential Jewish Resource"

Want to discover family research methodology and the hidden resources
of JewishGen? Want to learn how to search the leading resource for
Jewish genealogy? Want to learn to navigate your way through the
maze of JewishGen data collections?

This course is a series of exercises that will take you on a guided tour
of the paths and byways that make up JewishGen's massive website.
You will visit the links that connect the composite databases, projects,
SIGs, and open up the wonders of JewishGen.

Newbies, dabblers and serious researchers can benefit by using these
guided pointers. It requires 20 minutes a day, and a connection to
the internet.

The course does not require you to have started your genealogy.
It is for those who wish to grasp the intricacies of the JewishGen
website. You do not need to know your original surname or the
name of your immigrant town.

This course is not how to do your personal family research.

Enrollment is open. Click on the "enroll" hyperlink.
http://www.jewishgen.org/Education/
There is a charge of $18 for the 2 week class.

Nancy Holden
Instructor


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Hello from Boston! #austria-czech

Helen Epstein
 

Just e-published Sensation Fair, the ironic memoir of the "raging" and
"roving" reporter Egon Erwin Kisch (1885-1948). This is an
extraordinary book that has long been unavailable in English. The only
hard copy on amazon sells for $550.

Kisch was born into a Jewish family and raised in the very center of
Prague, was bi-lingual and worked for the German-language Bohemia
newspaper >from 1906-1913 before relocating to Berlin. He was a police
reporter and the Prague he writes about fills in what Kafka, Bergmann,
Werfel, and Brod left out.

Like Viennese writer Stefan Zweig, Kisch fled Nazi-occupied Europe and
landed in Latin America and, like him, he wrote his memoir in exile.
But, unlike Zweig in Brazil, Kisch flourished in the wartime exile
community of Mexico City and returned to Prague a hero in 1946, even
though he wrote in German. He was a Communist, a friend of Jaroslav
Hasek (creator of the Gold Soldier Schweik) and is considered the
founder of literary journalism in Central Europe.

Kisch left a detailed document of turn-of the-twentieth century Prague
that I found extremely valuable when I was researching my family
history. It's a funny, informative read, full of detail.

Take a look at Plunkett Lake Ebooks of Life Writing (www.plunkettlakepress.com)



Helen


--
www.helenepstein.com
Reviewer-at-Large, TheArtsFuse


ViewMate interpretation - German old script #austria-czech

fuerth.thomas@...
 

I've posted a vital record in old German script for which I need an
interpretation of a family name. It is on ViewMate at the following
address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24394
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.
Thomas Fuerth
Stockholm
Sweden


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech ViewMate interpretation - German old script #austria-czech

fuerth.thomas@...
 

I've posted a vital record in old German script for which I need an
interpretation of a family name. It is on ViewMate at the following
address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM24394
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.
Thomas Fuerth
Stockholm
Sweden


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