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Re: Once more:Archive for Repatriazia documents in Warszawa #galicia

Alexander Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Eva ,

I might offer some general suggestion, but I believe that it will eventually
lead you to the right Archives in Poland.

Recently completed Polish Artchives website provides full information on all
depositories through Poland. It is now available in English and it's
location is at:

http://ciuw.warman.net.pl/alf/archiwa/index.html

Probabaly this very informative indeed website was established as the
response to the genealogical data demands. All central and regional Archives
are identified and street addresses, current fax and pnone numbers are also
included. It also provide information for genealogical researchers regarding
decentralized policy of the archves and other matters. All in English.

I am not certain that you will identify location of the Repatriants Archives
on those pages. But since all the State Archives are the under the
jurisdiction of the Poland's Ministry of Culture, I would suggest to
approach Dr. Daria Nalecz, the Managing Director of the State Archives,
offices to direct you to the right location. You might call or write to her
directly for assistance, she probbaly even have an email address.

Repatriation data should be be in my opinion stored in the Archives of the
Ministry of Interior, since they were responsible for the issuance of the
domestic passports (ID), populace movements registration and evidence. This
information is based on my own experience since my family was also
repatriated (second post WWII wave) in mid 50 ies to Poland >from USSR.

Most probabaly that those Archives are also under the supervision of the
Naczelna Dyrekcja Archiwów Panstwowych (NDAP) or State Archves authorities
in Warsaw.

Please let us known your search results.

Peter Jassem was definitely correct when he directed you to the Jewish
Historical Institute (ZIH) Archives in Warsaw, since ZIH depositories
include archives of Centralny Komitet Zydow Polskich (CKZP), the Central
Committee of Polish Jews. All Jews repatriated >from USSR to Poland were
registered with CKZP in search for their lost relatives, and to receive via
CKZP assistance provided by AJDC (American Joint Distribution Committee) and
HIAS (Hebrew Sheltering and Immigration Aid Society) organizations. Archives
of CKZP and its successor, TSKZ are deposited at ZIH.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eva Floersheim" <evaflor@kinneret.co.il>
To: "Gesher Galicia SIG" <galicia@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2001 10:58 PM
Subject: [galicia] Once more:Archive for Repatriazia documents in Warszawa


I am looking for the special archive in Warszawa with documents
about the repatriants returning >from the USSR and wonder where exactly
this archive is located (My original message January 25th)
Peter Jaseem kindly directed me to the Jewish Historical Institute
(Zydowski Instytut Historyczny) in Warsaw.
This is NOT the archive I am looking for. I am looking for a general
Polish archive for ALL repatriants - Jewish and Christian Poles.
Any good suggestions?

Eva Floersheim
Shadmot Dvorah
Israel

Researching in Galicia:
HILFERDING, Lviv, Brody
WEINRATH, Lubaczow,Rava Ruska
RINGLER, Lviv
KESSLER,Lviv
ROSNER, Lviv
SANDAK, Lviv(?)
SEIFERT, Lviv(?), Krakow(?)


Help with Yiddish Translation - ViewMate #galicia

Josef A. Herz <josef@...>
 

I posted a Yiddish postcard for a close family friend - Bill ROSENBERG.

I would appreciate help in translating this postcard. It is file - VM369

Follow this link to find it:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview115.html#vm369

Please respond directly to mailto:josef@jaherz.com

Thank you in advance >from me and Bill.
--
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Josef Herz


Russo Japanese War dead #lithuania

shaul <shaul@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
In LitvakSIG digest of February 01, 2001 Scott Noar sman@uscom.com mentions

"A list of Jewish soldiers >from Lithuania that were injured during the
Japanese-Russian War in 1904-05" by Katzav, Shlomo.>

This list is reproduced as an appendix to 'Lithuanian Jewish Communites' by Nancy and Stuart Schoenberg, page 480 in the first edition.

Dr Saul Issroff
London2001 - 21st International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
8-13 July 2001 www.jewishgen.org/london2001
info.london2001@talk21.com


Burial Societies in New York Metro Area Cemeteries #lithuania

Ada Greenblatt <ada.Greenblatt@...>
 

The JGS of NY's database of Burial Societies in the New York Metropolitan
Area is now on-line at <http://www.jgsny.org>. Check out the burial
society name and cemetery location for your ancestral Lithuanian town.
Please be sure to read the Introduction and FAQs first.

Ada Greenblatt
ada.Greenblatt@worldnet.att.net


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Once more:Archive for Repatriazia documents in Warszawa #galicia

Alexander Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Eva ,

I might offer some general suggestion, but I believe that it will eventually
lead you to the right Archives in Poland.

Recently completed Polish Artchives website provides full information on all
depositories through Poland. It is now available in English and it's
location is at:

http://ciuw.warman.net.pl/alf/archiwa/index.html

Probabaly this very informative indeed website was established as the
response to the genealogical data demands. All central and regional Archives
are identified and street addresses, current fax and pnone numbers are also
included. It also provide information for genealogical researchers regarding
decentralized policy of the archves and other matters. All in English.

I am not certain that you will identify location of the Repatriants Archives
on those pages. But since all the State Archives are the under the
jurisdiction of the Poland's Ministry of Culture, I would suggest to
approach Dr. Daria Nalecz, the Managing Director of the State Archives,
offices to direct you to the right location. You might call or write to her
directly for assistance, she probbaly even have an email address.

Repatriation data should be be in my opinion stored in the Archives of the
Ministry of Interior, since they were responsible for the issuance of the
domestic passports (ID), populace movements registration and evidence. This
information is based on my own experience since my family was also
repatriated (second post WWII wave) in mid 50 ies to Poland >from USSR.

Most probabaly that those Archives are also under the supervision of the
Naczelna Dyrekcja Archiwów Panstwowych (NDAP) or State Archves authorities
in Warsaw.

Please let us known your search results.

Peter Jassem was definitely correct when he directed you to the Jewish
Historical Institute (ZIH) Archives in Warsaw, since ZIH depositories
include archives of Centralny Komitet Zydow Polskich (CKZP), the Central
Committee of Polish Jews. All Jews repatriated >from USSR to Poland were
registered with CKZP in search for their lost relatives, and to receive via
CKZP assistance provided by AJDC (American Joint Distribution Committee) and
HIAS (Hebrew Sheltering and Immigration Aid Society) organizations. Archives
of CKZP and its successor, TSKZ are deposited at ZIH.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eva Floersheim" <evaflor@kinneret.co.il>
To: "Gesher Galicia SIG" <galicia@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2001 10:58 PM
Subject: [galicia] Once more:Archive for Repatriazia documents in Warszawa


I am looking for the special archive in Warszawa with documents
about the repatriants returning >from the USSR and wonder where exactly
this archive is located (My original message January 25th)
Peter Jaseem kindly directed me to the Jewish Historical Institute
(Zydowski Instytut Historyczny) in Warsaw.
This is NOT the archive I am looking for. I am looking for a general
Polish archive for ALL repatriants - Jewish and Christian Poles.
Any good suggestions?

Eva Floersheim
Shadmot Dvorah
Israel

Researching in Galicia:
HILFERDING, Lviv, Brody
WEINRATH, Lubaczow,Rava Ruska
RINGLER, Lviv
KESSLER,Lviv
ROSNER, Lviv
SANDAK, Lviv(?)
SEIFERT, Lviv(?), Krakow(?)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Help with Yiddish Translation - ViewMate #galicia

Josef A. Herz <josef@...>
 

I posted a Yiddish postcard for a close family friend - Bill ROSENBERG.

I would appreciate help in translating this postcard. It is file - VM369

Follow this link to find it:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview115.html#vm369

Please respond directly to mailto:josef@jaherz.com

Thank you in advance >from me and Bill.
--
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Josef Herz


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Russo Japanese War dead #lithuania

shaul <shaul@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
In LitvakSIG digest of February 01, 2001 Scott Noar sman@uscom.com mentions

"A list of Jewish soldiers >from Lithuania that were injured during the
Japanese-Russian War in 1904-05" by Katzav, Shlomo.>

This list is reproduced as an appendix to 'Lithuanian Jewish Communites' by Nancy and Stuart Schoenberg, page 480 in the first edition.

Dr Saul Issroff
London2001 - 21st International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
8-13 July 2001 www.jewishgen.org/london2001
info.london2001@talk21.com


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Burial Societies in New York Metro Area Cemeteries #lithuania

Ada Greenblatt <ada.Greenblatt@...>
 

The JGS of NY's database of Burial Societies in the New York Metropolitan
Area is now on-line at <http://www.jgsny.org>. Check out the burial
society name and cemetery location for your ancestral Lithuanian town.
Please be sure to read the Introduction and FAQs first.

Ada Greenblatt
ada.Greenblatt@worldnet.att.net


Re: Magnate-on-Duty #galicia

Alexander Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Hi Philip,

An interesting subject indeed.

Zelichow and the adjacent smaller shtetls as Wola Zelichowska, Pilcza
Zelichowska and other localities were properties of the mighty count
Lubomirski family.

Close by Zelichow in town Dabrowa Tarnowska there is what has left >from the
palace build by Count Kajetan Lubomirski at the end of 17th century. This
palace was destroyed by the fire in the mid of the19th century, but lovely
17th century Baroque style main entrance gate which is similar in appearance
to the Arc Triumph is still there.

Only known to me "German" connection was an architect D.M.Poppelmann, who is
credited as being involved in the reconstruction of the Lubomirski palace at
the end of 17 century. Poppelmann was known as the original
architect/builder of the Dresden's Zwinger and the reconstructor of the
Royal Palace in Warsaw.

Lubomirskis were powerful magnates and landowner of this any many other
areas till the end of 19th century. You might find some more information in
"Slownik Geograficzny Polski..." end of 19th century publication, which
probably lists landowners of all localities at the time of publication.

There is of course a bit of speculation on my side that Zelichow was
definitely part of Lubomirski real estate property since Zelichowskis family
were also known magnates, not as powerful and mighty as Lubomirskis,
Potockis, Koniecpolskis or Radziwlls, but there appears to be some
connection between Zelichowskis and placenames like Zelichow and Wola
Zelichowska.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta

----- Original Message -----
From: "Phillip Minden" <Minden@t-online.de>
To: "Gesher Galicia SIG" <galicia@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2001 9:31 AM
Subject: [galicia] Magnate-on-Duty


Dear fellow researchers,


does anyone know where the village of Zelichow (dot on the Z, accent on
the o) in
Little Poland (West Galicia), some 40 miles East of Cracow, belonged to?
(This is

not Zelechow near Warsaw.)

My ancestor came >from this place in the second half of the 17th century.

I'm looking for the magnate or city that the village belonged to, its
German name,
the whereabouts of any sources today, and older cemetaries in the
vicinity. I know
that it is difficult to find anything for that period, but Gary Mokotoff's
announcement about magnates' archives gives some hope.

Thanks in advance,


Phillip Minden
Heidelberg, Germany
minden@t-online.de




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Online List of Litvak soldiers #lithuania

steven weiss <szome@...>
 

I do not want to take away >from Scott Noar's offer to look up names of
Litvak soldiers, but I wanted to make known that genealogist Boris Feldblyum created an online "Database of Russian Army Jewish soldiers injured, killed, or missing in action" >from the Russian-Japanese War of 1904-1905. The database lists the soldier's name, town and Gubernyia (including Vilna and Kovno). You can search by surname or town. Examples of a soldier's fully translated record are available. There are 3000 names taken >from the Russkij Invalid newspaper. I have no connection to Mr. Feldblyum's services (or to Avotaynu which hosts the database), but I thought that this information should be publicized.

Database at: http://www.avotaynu.com/fast/rjtownname.htm

Main page: http://www.avotaynu.com/fast/rjmain.htm

Steven Weiss
Chicago


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Magnate-on-Duty #galicia

Alexander Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Hi Philip,

An interesting subject indeed.

Zelichow and the adjacent smaller shtetls as Wola Zelichowska, Pilcza
Zelichowska and other localities were properties of the mighty count
Lubomirski family.

Close by Zelichow in town Dabrowa Tarnowska there is what has left >from the
palace build by Count Kajetan Lubomirski at the end of 17th century. This
palace was destroyed by the fire in the mid of the19th century, but lovely
17th century Baroque style main entrance gate which is similar in appearance
to the Arc Triumph is still there.

Only known to me "German" connection was an architect D.M.Poppelmann, who is
credited as being involved in the reconstruction of the Lubomirski palace at
the end of 17 century. Poppelmann was known as the original
architect/builder of the Dresden's Zwinger and the reconstructor of the
Royal Palace in Warsaw.

Lubomirskis were powerful magnates and landowner of this any many other
areas till the end of 19th century. You might find some more information in
"Slownik Geograficzny Polski..." end of 19th century publication, which
probably lists landowners of all localities at the time of publication.

There is of course a bit of speculation on my side that Zelichow was
definitely part of Lubomirski real estate property since Zelichowskis family
were also known magnates, not as powerful and mighty as Lubomirskis,
Potockis, Koniecpolskis or Radziwlls, but there appears to be some
connection between Zelichowskis and placenames like Zelichow and Wola
Zelichowska.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta

----- Original Message -----
From: "Phillip Minden" <Minden@t-online.de>
To: "Gesher Galicia SIG" <galicia@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2001 9:31 AM
Subject: [galicia] Magnate-on-Duty


Dear fellow researchers,


does anyone know where the village of Zelichow (dot on the Z, accent on
the o) in
Little Poland (West Galicia), some 40 miles East of Cracow, belonged to?
(This is

not Zelechow near Warsaw.)

My ancestor came >from this place in the second half of the 17th century.

I'm looking for the magnate or city that the village belonged to, its
German name,
the whereabouts of any sources today, and older cemetaries in the
vicinity. I know
that it is difficult to find anything for that period, but Gary Mokotoff's
announcement about magnates' archives gives some hope.

Thanks in advance,


Phillip Minden
Heidelberg, Germany
minden@t-online.de




Family >from or nearby Lviv? Let JewishGen ShtetlSchleppers take you
there!
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlschleppers/lviv.html
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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Online List of Litvak soldiers #lithuania

steven weiss <szome@...>
 

I do not want to take away >from Scott Noar's offer to look up names of
Litvak soldiers, but I wanted to make known that genealogist Boris Feldblyum created an online "Database of Russian Army Jewish soldiers injured, killed, or missing in action" >from the Russian-Japanese War of 1904-1905. The database lists the soldier's name, town and Gubernyia (including Vilna and Kovno). You can search by surname or town. Examples of a soldier's fully translated record are available. There are 3000 names taken >from the Russkij Invalid newspaper. I have no connection to Mr. Feldblyum's services (or to Avotaynu which hosts the database), but I thought that this information should be publicized.

Database at: http://www.avotaynu.com/fast/rjtownname.htm

Main page: http://www.avotaynu.com/fast/rjmain.htm

Steven Weiss
Chicago


Kosova #galicia

Carol Cohen <cgandhc@...>
 

Who can tell me if Novy Sanz or Nowy Sacz (S of Krakow) and Rudnik (S of
Lublin) are near Kozova (SW of Tarnopol). My grandmother also spoke of a
big river than was near her home in Wiktorovka(?) near Kozova. I can't
seem to find these on the map of Jewish Gen. If I zoom out the small towns
don't show, and if I zoom in only the small towns show. Thanks, Carol Cohen

Carol Cohen
cococo@ont.com
Dallas, TX USA


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Kosova #galicia

Carol Cohen <cgandhc@...>
 

Who can tell me if Novy Sanz or Nowy Sacz (S of Krakow) and Rudnik (S of
Lublin) are near Kozova (SW of Tarnopol). My grandmother also spoke of a
big river than was near her home in Wiktorovka(?) near Kozova. I can't
seem to find these on the map of Jewish Gen. If I zoom out the small towns
don't show, and if I zoom in only the small towns show. Thanks, Carol Cohen

Carol Cohen
cococo@ont.com
Dallas, TX USA


Map question #general

Louis A Fine <loufine@...>
 

Hello Genners and Belarusans

I have a beautiful map >from Mapquest. There are rectangularly shaped
boxes located along roadways. I have not been able to determine their
meaning. Can anyone help me on this.

Thanks.

Please answer privately.

Louis A. Fine.
WA state, USA
E-mail <loufine@juno.com>

Searching: POLLISHUKE Chodorov Galicia Austria, KNOPF
FUCHS Rzeszow
FINE/FAIN Stromboglova Minsk Guberniya Russia
FREEMAN/FRUMAN Gluboke Vilna Guberniya Lithuania


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Map question #general

Louis A Fine <loufine@...>
 

Hello Genners and Belarusans

I have a beautiful map >from Mapquest. There are rectangularly shaped
boxes located along roadways. I have not been able to determine their
meaning. Can anyone help me on this.

Thanks.

Please answer privately.

Louis A. Fine.
WA state, USA
E-mail <loufine@juno.com>

Searching: POLLISHUKE Chodorov Galicia Austria, KNOPF
FUCHS Rzeszow
FINE/FAIN Stromboglova Minsk Guberniya Russia
FREEMAN/FRUMAN Gluboke Vilna Guberniya Lithuania


BIEGELEISEN/BEIGELEISEN in Argentina or Venezuela? #general

misaacso@...
 

My husband has BIEGELEISEN (BEIGELEISEN) relatives in either Argentina or
Venezuela, but the families lost touch many years ago. Is there anyone out
there that knows of this family? Is there anyone on the list >from either
of these countries that could do a phone/address lookup for us? It would
be greatly, greatly appreciated!

Thanks so much!
Farra Isaacson
NY, NY
misaacso@pipeline.com
RESEARCHING:
Poland: (Ciechanowiec) BORENSTEIN, LEVINE (Sochaczew) HABERMAN, GOLDKRANTZ
-KRAND, -KRANC, etc), FLEISCHMAN, JACOBOVITZ (Grodek) BIEGELEISEN
(BEIGELEISEN), EINZUMPTNER Russia: (Odessa): SCHWEIBISH, SCHWARTZMAN,
MESHOURAS (MISHURIS), COHEN, CHALFIN, KAPLOWITZ Latvia (Riga): LIPSHITZ
(all spellings), KUSLANSKY (all variations), JOEL/YOEL Lithuania: LIPSHITZ
(all), ISAACSON, AARON SCHULMAN, SCHUSTER, SCHALL, FISHER/FISHKIND, KUSNA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BIEGELEISEN/BEIGELEISEN in Argentina or Venezuela? #general

misaacso@...
 

My husband has BIEGELEISEN (BEIGELEISEN) relatives in either Argentina or
Venezuela, but the families lost touch many years ago. Is there anyone out
there that knows of this family? Is there anyone on the list >from either
of these countries that could do a phone/address lookup for us? It would
be greatly, greatly appreciated!

Thanks so much!
Farra Isaacson
NY, NY
misaacso@pipeline.com
RESEARCHING:
Poland: (Ciechanowiec) BORENSTEIN, LEVINE (Sochaczew) HABERMAN, GOLDKRANTZ
-KRAND, -KRANC, etc), FLEISCHMAN, JACOBOVITZ (Grodek) BIEGELEISEN
(BEIGELEISEN), EINZUMPTNER Russia: (Odessa): SCHWEIBISH, SCHWARTZMAN,
MESHOURAS (MISHURIS), COHEN, CHALFIN, KAPLOWITZ Latvia (Riga): LIPSHITZ
(all spellings), KUSLANSKY (all variations), JOEL/YOEL Lithuania: LIPSHITZ
(all), ISAACSON, AARON SCHULMAN, SCHUSTER, SCHALL, FISHER/FISHKIND, KUSNA


ShtetlSchleppers September Trip to Belarus #general

Greenman50@...
 

Am interested in finding a female, nonsmoker for this trip to defray the huge
single supplement. Please answer privately.

Linda Greenman

Researching GREENMAN/RESNICK/RUSHEVSKY/RUSH/SHERETSHEVSKY/
SHERRY >from Antopol, NY and Alabama.
RAFALOWSKI/RAFF/FISHBEIN >from Miedzyzrec/Bialystok and NY.
PLOCIENKO/CALECKI/HERMAN/KLUGER >from Sniadowo/Radzilow/Zambrow and NY, Paris,
Johannesburg.
GREENBERG/COHEN >from Rochester, NY. WEISS >from Mexico City.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ShtetlSchleppers September Trip to Belarus #general

Greenman50@...
 

Am interested in finding a female, nonsmoker for this trip to defray the huge
single supplement. Please answer privately.

Linda Greenman

Researching GREENMAN/RESNICK/RUSHEVSKY/RUSH/SHERETSHEVSKY/
SHERRY >from Antopol, NY and Alabama.
RAFALOWSKI/RAFF/FISHBEIN >from Miedzyzrec/Bialystok and NY.
PLOCIENKO/CALECKI/HERMAN/KLUGER >from Sniadowo/Radzilow/Zambrow and NY, Paris,
Johannesburg.
GREENBERG/COHEN >from Rochester, NY. WEISS >from Mexico City.