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Cyrillic extraction requests - Izbica Lubelski #poland

Tamar Amit <ta.genealogy@...>
 

Hi,
I have posted records in Cyrillic for GEWIRCMAN (and like) surnames on
Viewmate and would be very grateful for translations (they don't have
to be word-for-word).

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75762
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75763
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75764
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75765
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75766

Thanking anyone who helps most sincerely in advance!

Thanks
Tamar AMIT
Herzelia, ISRAEL

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


JRI Poland #Poland Cyrillic extraction requests - Izbica Lubelski #poland

Tamar Amit <ta.genealogy@...>
 

Hi,
I have posted records in Cyrillic for GEWIRCMAN (and like) surnames on
Viewmate and would be very grateful for translations (they don't have
to be word-for-word).

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75762
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75763
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75764
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75765
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75766

Thanking anyone who helps most sincerely in advance!

Thanks
Tamar AMIT
Herzelia, ISRAEL

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


ViewMate translation request - German #germany

Robert Heuman
 

I've posted a vital record in German for which I need an English
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ... I need both
the original left side translated and the Nazi notations on the right
side translated.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75772

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Robert S Heuman, North York, Ontario, Canada


German SIG #Germany ViewMate translation request - German #germany

Robert Heuman
 

I've posted a vital record in German for which I need an English
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ... I need both
the original left side translated and the Nazi notations on the right
side translated.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75772

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Robert S Heuman, North York, Ontario, Canada


Where is Politzk, Russia? #lithuania

lugin@...
 

My grandfather emigrated to New York City in 1913 (born in the early 1890's). I was told he was from Russia then I was told he was from Lithuania, as was msy grandmother (she was from Vilnius). His World War II registration card says he was born in "POLITZK, RUSSIA."  I cannot find this on the internet.  Does anyone know where this is or what it's called today?  Any help is appreciated.


NYC Area Volunteers for a Cemetery Project this Sunday

A. E. Jordan
 

Hi. We are planning Sunday morning to begin photographing the Judah plot at Mt Zion in Queens New York

Anyone who is interested in helping please email me privately. Could use more photographers and maybe someone to take notes

Details below

Thanks 

Allan Jordan



-----Original Message-----
From: A. E. Jordan <aejordan@...>
To: main <main@...>
Sent: Wed, Oct 30, 2019 09:51 AM
Subject: NYC Area Volunteers for a Cemetery Project


I am trying to organize a cemetery project for Mt Zion Cemetery in Maspeth, Queens, New York before winter sets in (or if we fail now in the spring).

I am thinking of trying to do this (weather dependent) November 10th or November 17 -- a Sunday morning.  Roads will be quieter to drive there and hopefully the weather will not be too cold.  Plus the target plot is in about as good a condition as it will be.

Looking a for a few volunteers with the primary interest being people with a digital camera to take photos and maybe a few people to do some paperwork on site.  (Phase II might require some computer work volunteers.)  Note there are NO PATHS so it is involving walking over uneven ground, possibly climbing over or around stones, etc. and there will be some wildlife -- those tiny lizards, squirrels, and who knows.  I say this so if you are hesitant please don't volunteer although I have been though this plot a few dozen times and not had a problem with animals and maybe stumbled but never fallen.  I consider it safe but of course you are at your own risk.

The idea is there is a large plot (2,700 graves) at Mt Zion which seems to have constant interest from people but which the cemetery office has no map and limited details.  The plot is called Judah 1 and it is very challenging to find individual graves without the map because it is not one plot but actually a series of sub sections within the big plot.  Also since the burial society is long defunct the plot gets less maintenance but right now is clean cut and of course will stay that way till spring.

While the database say 2,700 stones the reality is the project will yield less since there are two large areas of children's stones that will yield little and some stones have fallen or are unreadable.  There are a few interesting and unique stones in the plot too.

My idea is volunteers will take sections of the plot and photograph every stone.  You will have to make some indications as you go to local or rows and then we can match the names and stones up and maybe even draw a map of this plot.  The individual lines are fairly small so you will do a few lines, starting from the same side and indicating when each row ends.  Final result will take some time to compile after we leave the cemetery but then we can load it to JOWBR as a gift to the broader community and if we draw a map maybe even give it to Mt Zion for their future reference.

This will be all volunteer but someone offered to buy coffee for the intrepid researchers and I am offering my time (hopefully expertise) to organize it.

If you can assist please email me directly.

Thank you

Allan Jordan



Re: grave on Mt. Of Olives

Jeff at SG
 

Sadly the English version of the search page is blank and unusable.
The Hebrew version works.

Jeff Malka


Re: Surnames: Palumbo - SIcily/ Homer - Poland

Jill Whitehead
 

Hello,

One of my mother's Wigram cousins of Sheffield UK married a Palumbo, and their descendant is a member of the Uk House of Lords - Lord Jamie Palumbo. I have never met him and he does not respond to family contacts as per a family reunion held in 2015 for my mother's mother's Guttenberg/Graham family. The Palumbos are not Jewish, as far as we know. The Palumbos are on my Ancestry family tree and can be viewed there.


please help Genner # 546778

Kathy Miller
 

The oldest daughter of Israel Goldmann - Henriette - married Simon Herlitz. The couple had a lot of children and the two sons 
Hans (grandfather of Hanna, 1873-1942) and 
Ismar (1877-1941) went from Neisse to Frankfurt. 
The third brother in that region was Fritz Herlitz (1871 in Neisse - 1948 in Marburg). 
I don't know how and why he, his wife and his son survived WW2. He was Jewish, his wife was Jewish and the son was Jewish. Suddenly during WW2 the wife was no longer Jewish but protestant. I don't know why because  her birth certificate has been sited.  Her mother was Jewish without any doubt.
 
Family Herlitz moved from Frankfurt to Marburg during WW2, the son, Michael  had a cinema after the war and they lived in Bahnhofsstrasse 22. 
Michael Herlitz lives in Bahnhofsstrasse 29 , Marburg.
I've written to him with no response...does anyone out there know of this person or family?
Thanks in anticipation

Kathy


 


BADER Emma

Amit N
 

Dear all,

I am trying to crack open a black hole, with no luck so far.
My grandmother's uncle was married to a woman who according to the
family knowledge took her life at some point. I have succeeded to find
her maiden name this week. She was Dr. SPITZER Istvanne Szul BADER
Emma.
I can tell they were married before 1900, and that she died sometime
between 1910's-1930's. They lived in Sombor (Zombor in Hungarian,
nowadays Serbia).
I thought that such a case would appear on newspapers, but couldn't
find anything in Hungaricana.hu. I don't read Hungarian, so that's
another impediment...A JewishGen search also did not show results.
Do you have any idea on how to break this wall and find some
information about her and her untimely death?

Thank you all,
Amit Naor
Israel


DIMOLDENBERG family #france

lynnfamilytree@...
 

Hi to everyone,

Mo=C3=AFse DIMOLDENBERG (1865 - 1904)

If anyone is going to visit Cimeti=C3=A8re de Pantin, I would be very grate=
ful if they could take a photograph of my great-grandfather's brothers head=
stone. Mo=C3=AFse is in Division 8, Line 9, Number 7 at this Cemetery. =
=20


Esther DIMOLDENBERG (1865 - 1931)

Also, if anyone is visiting Cimeti=C3=A8re de Bagneux, again I would be ver=
y grateful if they could take a photograph of Esther's headstone. She is i=
n Division 3, Line 4, Number 29 at this Cemetery.

I am not able to visit the Cemeteries myself as I live in Scotland.

Thank you in advance.

Barbara Hind
Perth, Scotland, UK


French SIG #France DIMOLDENBERG family #france

lynnfamilytree@...
 

Hi to everyone,

Mo=C3=AFse DIMOLDENBERG (1865 - 1904)

If anyone is going to visit Cimeti=C3=A8re de Pantin, I would be very grate=
ful if they could take a photograph of my great-grandfather's brothers head=
stone. Mo=C3=AFse is in Division 8, Line 9, Number 7 at this Cemetery. =
=20


Esther DIMOLDENBERG (1865 - 1931)

Also, if anyone is visiting Cimeti=C3=A8re de Bagneux, again I would be ver=
y grateful if they could take a photograph of Esther's headstone. She is i=
n Division 3, Line 4, Number 29 at this Cemetery.

I am not able to visit the Cemeteries myself as I live in Scotland.

Thank you in advance.

Barbara Hind
Perth, Scotland, UK


Looking for Akta 491 of David Salata 1833 #poland #warsaw

izharatzmon@...
 

I found on JRI=C2=A0 the birth record for my great grandfather David/Dawid =
Salata.
listed under Akta 491 ,microfilm=C2=A0689513,=C2=A0d.o.b April 10th 1833.

Can someone please help me find this AKTA 491?

Thank you!
Issac Salata


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Looking for Akta 491 of David Salata 1833 #warsaw #poland

izharatzmon@...
 

I found on JRI=C2=A0 the birth record for my great grandfather David/Dawid =
Salata.
listed under Akta 491 ,microfilm=C2=A0689513,=C2=A0d.o.b April 10th 1833.

Can someone please help me find this AKTA 491?

Thank you!
Issac Salata


my book about great-grandparents escape from Nazi Germany overland to Shanghai

Epitaph Of No Words <jeanine@...>
 

 

Good day

 

I have launched my book through the Holocaust and Genocide Centre in Cape T= own. It is the story of my great-grandparents, Emil and Martha Galliner who=  lived in Shanghai from 1941-1947.

During my research I was assisted by jewishgen who asked that I let them kn= ow when the book is published.

 

Epitaph Of No Words =E2=80=93 Written by Jeanine Hack. Finsterwalde, Berlin= , Shanghai, San Francisco, Chicago, Windhoek, Johannesburg:

My maternal great-grandparents Emil and Martha Galliner delayed leaving Naz= i Germany until more than three years after Kristallnacht. When they eventu= ally made the heart-rending decision to go, it meant leaving their oldest d= aughter Hanna behind.

Emil and Martha=E2=80=99s around-the-world journey lasted from 1938-1960. I= t began on 10 June 1941 with travelling on the Trans-Siberian Railway, then=  sailing to Shanghai where they were ghettoized by the Japanese. They went = subsequently to the US, assisted by the Hilfskomittees, then to South West = Africa (Namibia), and finally to Johannesburg.

Their story, esta= blished through affidavits, testimonials, postcards, poetry and photographs, records thei= r trauma in the most direct voice.

Print: Full colour single-sided cover, 286 pages (182b/w, 104pp full colou= r). A5 Size. RSP Price: R280 ZAR  http://epitaphofnowords.com

 

 


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my book about great-grandparents escape from Nazi Germany overland to Shanghai

Epitaph Of No Words <jeanine@...>
 

Good day

 

I have launched my book through the Holocaust and Genocide Centre in Cape T= own. It is the story of my great-grandparents, Emil and Martha Galliner who=  lived in Shanghai from 1941-1947.

During my research I was assisted by jewishgen who asked that I let them kn= ow when the book is published.

 

Epitaph Of No Words =E2=80=93 Written by Jeanine Hack. Finsterwalde, Berlin= , Shanghai, San Francisco, Chicago, Windhoek, Johannesburg:

My maternal great-grandparents Emil and Martha Galliner delayed leaving Naz= i Germany until more than three years after Kristallnacht. When they eventu= ally made the heart-rending decision to go, it meant leaving their oldest d= aughter Hanna behind.

Emil and Martha=E2=80=99s around-the-world journey lasted from 1938-1960. I= t began on 10 June 1941 with travelling on the Trans-Siberian Railway, then=  sailing to Shanghai where they were ghettoized by the Japanese. They went = subsequently to the US, assisted by the Hilfskomittees, then to South West = Africa (Namibia), and finally to Johannesburg.

Their story, esta= blished through affidavits, testimonials, postcards, poetry and photographs, records thei= r trauma in the most direct voice.

Print: Full colour single-sided cover, 286 pages (182b/w, 104pp full colou= r). A5 Size. RSP Price: R280 ZAR

 

 


Virus-free. www.avg.com


Cemeteries in Israel

blankdavid@...
 

New app for cell phone.   GRAVEZ

Able to search all cemeteries in Israel.

Great app

David Blank
Jerusalem


Re: New records online: the New York City *Geographic* Birth Index, late 19th and early 20th century,

Dick Plotz <Dick@...>
 

In response to comments like Bruce's, Steve Morse has created a new
One-Step tool for viewing images found using this database. You can
select a record set from familysearch.org (login required), listed by
borough and reel number, or from archive.org, listed chronologically
by borough, and you will be taken directly to the reel of images.

The tool is at

https://stevemorse.org/vital/nyc_geo_birth.html

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA


On Wed, Nov 6, 2019 at 2:03 PM Bruce Drake <Bdrake100@...> wrote:

I appreciate the work and new offering from Reclaim the Records as well, but I found it hard to use


ViewMate translation request - German

Robert Heuman
 

I've posted a vital record in German for which I need an English
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ... I need both
the original left side translated and the Nazi notations on the right
side translated.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75772

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Robert S Heuman
North York, Ontario, Canada
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Re: New records online: the New York City *Geographic* Birth Index, late 19th and early 20th century,

Joel Weintraub
 

Steve Morse has just put up a utility for searching the new records at: https://stevemorse.org/vital/nyc_geo_birth.html

Joel Weintraub
Dana Point, CA

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