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An interesting book #hungary

Susanna Vendel
 

I want to recommend an interesting book for both Hungarian-sig and
Romanian-sig researchers. It is a dialog between PÊter Vardy,
Hungarian philosopher living in Holland and Imre Toth,
Jewish-Hungarian philosopher and mathematician born in Satu Mare. Imre
Toth(1921-2010) remembers his youth and the years before and after
ww2.

The original book is in Hungarian with the title: " Az eletben van,
amit az ember nem tesz. Es tesz..." 2004, Pont Kiado, Budapest. The
Romanian title: " In viata sunt lucruri care nu se fac. Si care totusi
se fac..." Editura Humanitas, 2014, Bucuresti.

As I know there is no English translation of the book.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm

Moderator: One time mention of commercial product. Please contact Susanna if you
have questions or comments.


Hungary SIG #Hungary An interesting book #hungary

Susanna Vendel
 

I want to recommend an interesting book for both Hungarian-sig and
Romanian-sig researchers. It is a dialog between PÊter Vardy,
Hungarian philosopher living in Holland and Imre Toth,
Jewish-Hungarian philosopher and mathematician born in Satu Mare. Imre
Toth(1921-2010) remembers his youth and the years before and after
ww2.

The original book is in Hungarian with the title: " Az eletben van,
amit az ember nem tesz. Es tesz..." 2004, Pont Kiado, Budapest. The
Romanian title: " In viata sunt lucruri care nu se fac. Si care totusi
se fac..." Editura Humanitas, 2014, Bucuresti.

As I know there is no English translation of the book.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm

Moderator: One time mention of commercial product. Please contact Susanna if you
have questions or comments.


(Scotland) Statutory Birth, Marriage and Death Records through 2014 now available to Search by Index #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The statutory birth, marriage and death indexes for 2014 are now available
to search on Scotland's People. You are required to register with a user
name and password. Registration is free. Searching the index costs 1 credit
(you purchase credits to view and purchase the records). You may search
births, marriages and deaths >from 1855-2014. I have tried this using
"Jewish sounding names" and received thousands of hits over the time frame
and many hits using 2014 only.

To search the records go to: http://tinyurl.com/o7d92rv
Original url:
http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/?utm_campaign=news&utm_medium=email&utm_so
urce=sp&utm_content=504096

Mother's maiden name was not captured on the index to statutory deaths until
1974 therefore, some of your searches may return with/without that vital
piece of information. Due to security, for records less than 50 years old
you may find the record may not be returned because it was not yet added to
the index and all death records under 50 years of age will be returned
showing "not permissible" in the mother's maiden surname column, although if
you order (pay for) the extract it will appear if the name was known by the
informant. For more information about mother's maiden name on death records
see:
http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/content/faqs/questions/index.aspx?64

To learn about their payment schedule click on the FAQ, and payment and
access on the drop down box.

Scotlands People is a partnership between the National Records of Scotland
and the Court of the Lord Lyon enabled by DC Thompson Family History (owner
of Findmypast).

I have no affiliation with Scotlands People nor DC Thompson Family History.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JGSLI Summer Meeting #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island invites you to a
special summer meeting on Sunday, August 30.

Time: 2:00 PM
Place: Mid-Island JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York
http://www.miyjcc.org

Topic: ENDOGAMY: ONE FAMILY: ONE PEOPLE --A guide to those doing Jewish
genealogical research using DNA.

Guest Speaker: Israel Pickholtz, author of ENDOGAMY: ONE FAMILY,ONE PEOPLE

Endogamy presents a special challenge for Jewish genealogists: because of
generations of marriage "within the tribe," all Jews are related to one
another multiple times complicating DNA test results. Using examples >from his
own research, Israel will tell us how, despite this brick wall, genetic
genealogy helped clarify many relationships in his extended Pickholtz family.

Israel Pickholtz is a veteran genealogist whose flagship work is the
Pikholz Project: http://www.pikholz.org, an effort to identify and reconnect
all Pikholz descendants. He is a member of the International Society of
Genetic Genealogy, the Guild of One-Name Studies, the Israel Genealogy Society
and the Association of Professional Genealogists. Originally a Pittsburgh
native, Israel made aliyah in 1973.

For more information about Israel's book, please go to:
http://www.endogamy-one-family.com.
Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the meeting.

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (Scotland) Statutory Birth, Marriage and Death Records through 2014 now available to Search by Index #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The statutory birth, marriage and death indexes for 2014 are now available
to search on Scotland's People. You are required to register with a user
name and password. Registration is free. Searching the index costs 1 credit
(you purchase credits to view and purchase the records). You may search
births, marriages and deaths >from 1855-2014. I have tried this using
"Jewish sounding names" and received thousands of hits over the time frame
and many hits using 2014 only.

To search the records go to: http://tinyurl.com/o7d92rv
Original url:
http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/?utm_campaign=news&utm_medium=email&utm_so
urce=sp&utm_content=504096

Mother's maiden name was not captured on the index to statutory deaths until
1974 therefore, some of your searches may return with/without that vital
piece of information. Due to security, for records less than 50 years old
you may find the record may not be returned because it was not yet added to
the index and all death records under 50 years of age will be returned
showing "not permissible" in the mother's maiden surname column, although if
you order (pay for) the extract it will appear if the name was known by the
informant. For more information about mother's maiden name on death records
see:
http://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/content/faqs/questions/index.aspx?64

To learn about their payment schedule click on the FAQ, and payment and
access on the drop down box.

Scotlands People is a partnership between the National Records of Scotland
and the Court of the Lord Lyon enabled by DC Thompson Family History (owner
of Findmypast).

I have no affiliation with Scotlands People nor DC Thompson Family History.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGSLI Summer Meeting #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island invites you to a
special summer meeting on Sunday, August 30.

Time: 2:00 PM
Place: Mid-Island JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York
http://www.miyjcc.org

Topic: ENDOGAMY: ONE FAMILY: ONE PEOPLE --A guide to those doing Jewish
genealogical research using DNA.

Guest Speaker: Israel Pickholtz, author of ENDOGAMY: ONE FAMILY,ONE PEOPLE

Endogamy presents a special challenge for Jewish genealogists: because of
generations of marriage "within the tribe," all Jews are related to one
another multiple times complicating DNA test results. Using examples >from his
own research, Israel will tell us how, despite this brick wall, genetic
genealogy helped clarify many relationships in his extended Pickholtz family.

Israel Pickholtz is a veteran genealogist whose flagship work is the
Pikholz Project: http://www.pikholz.org, an effort to identify and reconnect
all Pikholz descendants. He is a member of the International Society of
Genetic Genealogy, the Guild of One-Name Studies, the Israel Genealogy Society
and the Association of Professional Genealogists. Originally a Pittsburgh
native, Israel made aliyah in 1973.

For more information about Israel's book, please go to:
http://www.endogamy-one-family.com.
Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the meeting.

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


Announcing the Litin 1875 Revision List Acquisition and Translation Project #general

Avi Lichtenstein
 

Dear fellow researchers,

You may be aware that UkraineSIG obtained the 1875 Revision List for the
Litin district >from the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People.
This includes the towns of Litin, Mezhirov, Novyy Konstantinov, Dyakovtsy,
Salnitsa, Tereshpol, Khmelnik, Pilyava, Sinyava Staraya, and Ulanov.
There are over 1400 pages that need to be translated.

You can read more about the project at
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/DB_LitinDistrictRevisionList.html

We need to raise funds in order to translate the material. Spreadsheets will
be available to those who donate $100 or more before the information
becomes available to the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

To donate, go to the the following web page:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=22

Kindest regards,

Avi Lichtenstein
Novyy Konstantinov Town Leader

North Bethesda, Maryland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Announcing the Litin 1875 Revision List Acquisition and Translation Project #general

Avi Lichtenstein
 

Dear fellow researchers,

You may be aware that UkraineSIG obtained the 1875 Revision List for the
Litin district >from the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People.
This includes the towns of Litin, Mezhirov, Novyy Konstantinov, Dyakovtsy,
Salnitsa, Tereshpol, Khmelnik, Pilyava, Sinyava Staraya, and Ulanov.
There are over 1400 pages that need to be translated.

You can read more about the project at
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/DB_LitinDistrictRevisionList.html

We need to raise funds in order to translate the material. Spreadsheets will
be available to those who donate $100 or more before the information
becomes available to the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

To donate, go to the the following web page:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=22

Kindest regards,

Avi Lichtenstein
Novyy Konstantinov Town Leader

North Bethesda, Maryland


Announcing the Zolotonosha Vital Records Project #general

Gary Pokrassa <GAPokrassa@...>
 

The JewishGen Ukraine SIG has scanned microfilms >from the Family History
Library (FHL) to create digital images including vital records for
Zolotonosha. These records are of births, deaths and marriages for
residents of Zolotonosha, as well as non-residents and temporary residents.
There are over 2,600 pages which are the first step of a multistep project
involves the work of many people who will translate and label the high
resolution digital files, place the information on specific format spread
sheets, proof and process the spreadsheets for eventual upload to the
JewishGen Ukraine Database.

The key audience for this project is everyone with an interest in the
Jewish history of Zolotonosha, Poltava, Ukraine and the Ukraine in general.

For many of us, these particular records have the potential to give us
insight and information into our families that isn't available elsewhere.
Zolotonosha was home for many Jews during the late 19th century. Unfortunately,
even though these records have been microfilmed, usage of these records
requires access to a Family History Library that is not always available to
many researchers and requires the ability to read Cyrillic or in some cases
Hebrew which is beyond the capabilities of many. This project will be a
significant help in preserving and providing access to what has survived of
Zolotonosha's Jewish Records by providing all with the ability to search these
records via an on line database, thus avoiding what is at this moment in
time a daunting task for most researchers.

Funds raised for this project will be used to translate the records,
entering them into a JewishGen spreadsheet template, to prepare the data for
posting to the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

The spreadsheets will be available to contributors of $100 or more before
the data becomes available on the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

We estimate that it will cost $7,800 to complete this project which must
be raised by donations to JewishGen. Any funds still remaining at the
completion of this translation project will be used to fund additional
Zolotonosha projects and to acquire Zolotonosha records >from archives
in Ukraine.

We are soliciting contributions for this important project - please
use the JewishGen-erosity - Ukraine SIG Projects page and find the line
for Zolotonosha Vital Records Project. Here is the URL for convenience:

http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/DB_ZolotonoshaVitalrecordsproject.html

Also to help us keep track of the progress I am asking that you email
me a copy of the receipt for your donation

Sincerely

Gary Pokrassa - JG town leader for Zolotonosha JGID#70858
Researching POKRASSA, DREISHPOON, BOGO, BOGUSLAVSKY, KIANSKY,
FEINBERG, FAYNBERG, POLER, EISENBERG, BERG, ROSENGARTEN, SHRON,
SOLOVEITCHIK, MESH, GOTTESFELD, HYAMS


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Announcing the Zolotonosha Vital Records Project #general

Gary Pokrassa <GAPokrassa@...>
 

The JewishGen Ukraine SIG has scanned microfilms >from the Family History
Library (FHL) to create digital images including vital records for
Zolotonosha. These records are of births, deaths and marriages for
residents of Zolotonosha, as well as non-residents and temporary residents.
There are over 2,600 pages which are the first step of a multistep project
involves the work of many people who will translate and label the high
resolution digital files, place the information on specific format spread
sheets, proof and process the spreadsheets for eventual upload to the
JewishGen Ukraine Database.

The key audience for this project is everyone with an interest in the
Jewish history of Zolotonosha, Poltava, Ukraine and the Ukraine in general.

For many of us, these particular records have the potential to give us
insight and information into our families that isn't available elsewhere.
Zolotonosha was home for many Jews during the late 19th century. Unfortunately,
even though these records have been microfilmed, usage of these records
requires access to a Family History Library that is not always available to
many researchers and requires the ability to read Cyrillic or in some cases
Hebrew which is beyond the capabilities of many. This project will be a
significant help in preserving and providing access to what has survived of
Zolotonosha's Jewish Records by providing all with the ability to search these
records via an on line database, thus avoiding what is at this moment in
time a daunting task for most researchers.

Funds raised for this project will be used to translate the records,
entering them into a JewishGen spreadsheet template, to prepare the data for
posting to the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

The spreadsheets will be available to contributors of $100 or more before
the data becomes available on the JewishGen Ukraine Database.

We estimate that it will cost $7,800 to complete this project which must
be raised by donations to JewishGen. Any funds still remaining at the
completion of this translation project will be used to fund additional
Zolotonosha projects and to acquire Zolotonosha records >from archives
in Ukraine.

We are soliciting contributions for this important project - please
use the JewishGen-erosity - Ukraine SIG Projects page and find the line
for Zolotonosha Vital Records Project. Here is the URL for convenience:

http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/DB_ZolotonoshaVitalrecordsproject.html

Also to help us keep track of the progress I am asking that you email
me a copy of the receipt for your donation

Sincerely

Gary Pokrassa - JG town leader for Zolotonosha JGID#70858
Researching POKRASSA, DREISHPOON, BOGO, BOGUSLAVSKY, KIANSKY,
FEINBERG, FAYNBERG, POLER, EISENBERG, BERG, ROSENGARTEN, SHRON,
SOLOVEITCHIK, MESH, GOTTESFELD, HYAMS


Translation request - IKG documents #austria-czech

siddyr@...
 

Siggers,

Last week I posted several documents and requested a translation of each. I was told by a few siggers who tried to translate them that the documents were not legible. I have created new documents in a different file type and hopefully these documents can be read and translated. I'd like as complete a translation as possible.

This is the birth record of my mother, Olga Roth Rosenberg
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM41628


This is page 1 of my parents' application to leave Austria.
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM41629


This is page 2 of my parents' application to leave Austria.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM41630



This last document is the marriage record of my parents, Max Rosenberg and Olga Roth.
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM41631


I thank you in advance for any help you can give me in deciphering these documents.

B'Shalom,
Siddy (Rosenberg)
Louisville, KY

Researching: ROTH (Lipa, Poland); LOWENHEK (Rybotycze, Poland); ROSENBERG (Russi Moldovito, Austria-Hungary now Romania); SCHNEIDER (Russi Moldovito, Austria-Hungary now Romania); (DANK (Lipa, Poland); SAMEL (Jaroslaw, Poland) and all of the aforementioned in Vienna, Austria


Max GANS-SCHILLER - Question about Hyphenated name #austria-czech

rickglaser@...
 

My great-grandfather was Max Gans-Schiller. >from lovosice in Bohemia. His parents
were Jakob Gans and Fanni Schiller.

His 4 children (including my grandmother) had the last name of Schiller.

There are some family stories that I have heard >from some cousins that Max took the
double name because he was adopted by his uncle (presumably his mother's brother).
Other stories are that he was adopted by a stranger.

But we have no evidence of such an adoption.

I am thinking that he took the double name and then had the children named Schiller as
a way of preserving the Schiller name. Perhaps his mother, Fanni, had no brothers, and
the Schiller family wanted the name preserved.

In the badatelna record for his marriage in 1885, he is listed as Max Gans.

On the Gans side, there would be continuity. Max had a brother Ludwig Gans, who
had at least one son.


Has anyone come across similar situations of hyphenated names and then taking on
the second name for the next generation?

Are there any other possible explanations?


Thanks in advance,


Rick Glaser
Owings Mills MD


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Translation request - IKG documents #austria-czech

siddyr@...
 

Siggers,

Last week I posted several documents and requested a translation of each. I was told by a few siggers who tried to translate them that the documents were not legible. I have created new documents in a different file type and hopefully these documents can be read and translated. I'd like as complete a translation as possible.

This is the birth record of my mother, Olga Roth Rosenberg
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM41628


This is page 1 of my parents' application to leave Austria.
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM41629


This is page 2 of my parents' application to leave Austria.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM41630



This last document is the marriage record of my parents, Max Rosenberg and Olga Roth.
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM41631


I thank you in advance for any help you can give me in deciphering these documents.

B'Shalom,
Siddy (Rosenberg)
Louisville, KY

Researching: ROTH (Lipa, Poland); LOWENHEK (Rybotycze, Poland); ROSENBERG (Russi Moldovito, Austria-Hungary now Romania); SCHNEIDER (Russi Moldovito, Austria-Hungary now Romania); (DANK (Lipa, Poland); SAMEL (Jaroslaw, Poland) and all of the aforementioned in Vienna, Austria


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Max GANS-SCHILLER - Question about Hyphenated name #austria-czech

rickglaser@...
 

My great-grandfather was Max Gans-Schiller. >from lovosice in Bohemia. His parents
were Jakob Gans and Fanni Schiller.

His 4 children (including my grandmother) had the last name of Schiller.

There are some family stories that I have heard >from some cousins that Max took the
double name because he was adopted by his uncle (presumably his mother's brother).
Other stories are that he was adopted by a stranger.

But we have no evidence of such an adoption.

I am thinking that he took the double name and then had the children named Schiller as
a way of preserving the Schiller name. Perhaps his mother, Fanni, had no brothers, and
the Schiller family wanted the name preserved.

In the badatelna record for his marriage in 1885, he is listed as Max Gans.

On the Gans side, there would be continuity. Max had a brother Ludwig Gans, who
had at least one son.


Has anyone come across similar situations of hyphenated names and then taking on
the second name for the next generation?

Are there any other possible explanations?


Thanks in advance,


Rick Glaser
Owings Mills MD


INTRO - researching STRAUSS / ROTHSCHILD family, possibly from Offenbach am Glan, Germany #germany

Emanuel Blanco <eblanco33@...>
 

Hello GerSig,

I am Emanuel Blanco, 28, and I recently joined the group. I have been
doing genealogy research for over 6 years. My matrilineal Jewish
ancestries are >from Germany. I consider myself to be of intermediate
to advanced level in doing German Jewish Genealogy research.

I live close to Jerusalem, Israel. I joined the list while attending
the IAJGS 2015 Conference in Jerusalem. It was a great experience and
I am very glad I attended.

My native language is French as I was born in France and lived there
until five years ago. I also know Hebrew (Fluent) and English (Fluent)
as well as German (Intermediate). I can often understand Yiddish with
the help of my Hebrew and German.

I consider myself expert in using a computer. My experience in using
the Internet is extensive.

One of my primary research goals in German Jewish Genealogy Research
now are to find out about the mother of my third great grandmother
Bertha BONNEM, born ROTHSCHILD (possibly in Offenbach am Glan and on 6
January 1855). I have conflicting information about her parents. It
seems the father was Leopold ROTHSCHILD. The mother could be Henriette
ROTHSCHILD born STRAUSS who possibly died in Offenbach am Glan on 6
February 1893. I have found absolutely nothing about this Henriette
STRAUSS. It is also possible the mother could be Regina MAEHLER.

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 224459.

The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF
(JewishGen Family Finder) and that are related to Germany are:

BONNEM-Detroit, MI USA, Forbach France, Missouri, (State) USA,
Pfalz, (Region) Germany, Saarbrucken and Saarwellingen Germany;
LEWKOWITZ Wuerzburg Germany and Poznan, (Region) Poland
MARKIN and MERKIN >from Krakow Poland;
ROTHSCHILD - Forbach France, Huttersdorf Germany, Offenbach am Glan Germany,
Saarbrucken Germany, Saarwellingen Germany
STRAUSS Offenbach am Glan Germany and Saarwellingen Germany
URY Grosbliederstroff France; WOLFGANG Krakow Poland & Wuerzburg Germany

I hope to enjoy participating in this SIG list!

Emanuel BLANCO - eblanco33@gmail.com Jerusalem, Israel


German SIG #Germany INTRO - researching STRAUSS / ROTHSCHILD family, possibly from Offenbach am Glan, Germany #germany

Emanuel Blanco <eblanco33@...>
 

Hello GerSig,

I am Emanuel Blanco, 28, and I recently joined the group. I have been
doing genealogy research for over 6 years. My matrilineal Jewish
ancestries are >from Germany. I consider myself to be of intermediate
to advanced level in doing German Jewish Genealogy research.

I live close to Jerusalem, Israel. I joined the list while attending
the IAJGS 2015 Conference in Jerusalem. It was a great experience and
I am very glad I attended.

My native language is French as I was born in France and lived there
until five years ago. I also know Hebrew (Fluent) and English (Fluent)
as well as German (Intermediate). I can often understand Yiddish with
the help of my Hebrew and German.

I consider myself expert in using a computer. My experience in using
the Internet is extensive.

One of my primary research goals in German Jewish Genealogy Research
now are to find out about the mother of my third great grandmother
Bertha BONNEM, born ROTHSCHILD (possibly in Offenbach am Glan and on 6
January 1855). I have conflicting information about her parents. It
seems the father was Leopold ROTHSCHILD. The mother could be Henriette
ROTHSCHILD born STRAUSS who possibly died in Offenbach am Glan on 6
February 1893. I have found absolutely nothing about this Henriette
STRAUSS. It is also possible the mother could be Regina MAEHLER.

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 224459.

The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF
(JewishGen Family Finder) and that are related to Germany are:

BONNEM-Detroit, MI USA, Forbach France, Missouri, (State) USA,
Pfalz, (Region) Germany, Saarbrucken and Saarwellingen Germany;
LEWKOWITZ Wuerzburg Germany and Poznan, (Region) Poland
MARKIN and MERKIN >from Krakow Poland;
ROTHSCHILD - Forbach France, Huttersdorf Germany, Offenbach am Glan Germany,
Saarbrucken Germany, Saarwellingen Germany
STRAUSS Offenbach am Glan Germany and Saarwellingen Germany
URY Grosbliederstroff France; WOLFGANG Krakow Poland & Wuerzburg Germany

I hope to enjoy participating in this SIG list!

Emanuel BLANCO - eblanco33@gmail.com Jerusalem, Israel


Re: marriages (people from Dortmund) in Hesse - death & burial data #germany

Mike Redel <redel.mike@...>
 

Dear gersigs

Here is more information about some of the persons mentioned in
my message earlier today:

Bernhardine MARK >from Fritzlar was born in 19-May-1864 and died
02-Mar-1905 in Dortmund. She is burried at the cemetery Dortmund K=C3=B6rne
am Ostpark, Robert-Koch-Strasse

Herman STERNAU (incription of his grave) H. L. born 17-Oct-1823 died
11-May-1892 in Dortmund. He is burried at the cemetery Dortmund K=C3=B6rne
am Ostpark, Robert-Koch-Strasse

Lina (Pauline) HEILBRONN born 17-Apr-1837 died 23-Apr-1893 in Dortmund
She is burried at the cemetery Dortmund K=C3=B6rne am Ostpark,
Robert-Koch-Strasse

3 marriages in Fritzlar

12-Dec-1884 Hermann STEIN Banquier in Dortmund and Bernhardine MARK
here born 19-May- 1864. Parents of the bride: Selig MARK Fruchhändler
here and Philippine born MARK

marriage in Hofgeismar

22-May-1860 Hermann STERNAU Banquier >from Dortmund 36 years old son of
Levi STERNAU salesman and Zertel SELIGMANN both dead and Pauline
HEILBRUNN >from here born 17-Apr-1837 parents Levi HEILBRUNN salesman
and Julchen BUCHHOLZ

marriage Spangenberg (register)

04-Jun-1873 Eduard BLUMENRATH Handelsmann in Dortmund parents Abraham
BLUMENRATH Handelsmann and Elise HEIMANN and Perle named Bertha
HEILBRUNN born 22-Sep-1840 parents Herz HEIMANN shoemaker and Gelle
TANNENBAUM. The marrage was in Cassel.

Regards, Mike Redel


German SIG #Germany Re: marriages (people from Dortmund) in Hesse - death & burial data #germany

Mike Redel <redel.mike@...>
 

Dear gersigs

Here is more information about some of the persons mentioned in
my message earlier today:

Bernhardine MARK >from Fritzlar was born in 19-May-1864 and died
02-Mar-1905 in Dortmund. She is burried at the cemetery Dortmund K=C3=B6rne
am Ostpark, Robert-Koch-Strasse

Herman STERNAU (incription of his grave) H. L. born 17-Oct-1823 died
11-May-1892 in Dortmund. He is burried at the cemetery Dortmund K=C3=B6rne
am Ostpark, Robert-Koch-Strasse

Lina (Pauline) HEILBRONN born 17-Apr-1837 died 23-Apr-1893 in Dortmund
She is burried at the cemetery Dortmund K=C3=B6rne am Ostpark,
Robert-Koch-Strasse

3 marriages in Fritzlar

12-Dec-1884 Hermann STEIN Banquier in Dortmund and Bernhardine MARK
here born 19-May- 1864. Parents of the bride: Selig MARK Fruchhändler
here and Philippine born MARK

marriage in Hofgeismar

22-May-1860 Hermann STERNAU Banquier >from Dortmund 36 years old son of
Levi STERNAU salesman and Zertel SELIGMANN both dead and Pauline
HEILBRUNN >from here born 17-Apr-1837 parents Levi HEILBRUNN salesman
and Julchen BUCHHOLZ

marriage Spangenberg (register)

04-Jun-1873 Eduard BLUMENRATH Handelsmann in Dortmund parents Abraham
BLUMENRATH Handelsmann and Elise HEIMANN and Perle named Bertha
HEILBRUNN born 22-Sep-1840 parents Herz HEIMANN shoemaker and Gelle
TANNENBAUM. The marrage was in Cassel.

Regards, Mike Redel


Email for Ruth Lynn #germany

vivsalama@...
 

Ruth is the keeper of the KANN - NORDEN family tree. I have tried to email
her but it seems I do not have her correct address. If anyone knows it please
get in touch with me.

Vivian Brieger Salama


German SIG #Germany Email for Ruth Lynn #germany

vivsalama@...
 

Ruth is the keeper of the KANN - NORDEN family tree. I have tried to email
her but it seems I do not have her correct address. If anyone knows it please
get in touch with me.

Vivian Brieger Salama

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