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FW: THORMANN #general

monika Thormann
 

Hi!
I am looking for all kind of information about "Inge" INGEBORG THORMANN born in
MINDEN, GERMANY 10/9 1930. Deported to Izbica ghetto 1942.

Monika Thormann
Stockholm
Sweden
monika_thormann@hotmail.com


Chicago 2008 conference news #latvia

ANNE LEE <information@...>
 

1. Conference discussion group.

The Chicago 2008 conference co-chairs are
pleased to let you know that the conference discussion group has been set up
and that all who are interested may subscribe. This is a list-serve where
questions may be asked about the conference -- and answers provided.
Subscribers may also suggest/discuss ways in which conference attendees can
get the most out of a conference, what to bring or not to bring, and so
forth. This is a moderated discussion group and inappropriate messages will
be rejected. Instructions for subscribing can be found on the conference
web site (www.Chicago2008.org) --- click on the left hand button that says
"Conference discussion group." You can also find instructions for
subscribing to all discussion groups at www.jewishgen.org. We very much
appreciate that Jewishgen.org is once again hosting our conference
discussion group.

2. Fantastic prize.

In case some of you may not yet be aware, you could win
a standard guest room at the conference hotel for up to five nights during
the 28th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. This generous
prize is being donated by the Marriott Chicago Downtown Magnificent Mile.

To be eligible, all you have to do is register for the conference AND the
hotel BEFORE Saturday, March 15, 2008. The drawing for the winner will take
place on March 28, 2008, during the IAJGS spring board meeting. The winner
will be notified.

Taxes, gratuities, and incidentals are not included. Speakers, exhibitors,
IAJGS board members, and board members of the JGS of Illinois and the
Illiana JGS (co-hosts of the conference with IAJGS) are ineligible. The
prize will be withdrawn if the winner cancels his/her conference
registration and will be awarded to another registrant chosen >from the same
prize pool.

See you all in Chicago!

Conference co-chairs:
Anne Feder Lee, Honolulu, HI
Mike Posnick, Minneapolis, MN
Joel Spector, Cherry Hill, NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen FW: THORMANN #general

monika Thormann
 

Hi!
I am looking for all kind of information about "Inge" INGEBORG THORMANN born in
MINDEN, GERMANY 10/9 1930. Deported to Izbica ghetto 1942.

Monika Thormann
Stockholm
Sweden
monika_thormann@hotmail.com


Latvia SIG #Latvia Chicago 2008 conference news #latvia

ANNE LEE <information@...>
 

1. Conference discussion group.

The Chicago 2008 conference co-chairs are
pleased to let you know that the conference discussion group has been set up
and that all who are interested may subscribe. This is a list-serve where
questions may be asked about the conference -- and answers provided.
Subscribers may also suggest/discuss ways in which conference attendees can
get the most out of a conference, what to bring or not to bring, and so
forth. This is a moderated discussion group and inappropriate messages will
be rejected. Instructions for subscribing can be found on the conference
web site (www.Chicago2008.org) --- click on the left hand button that says
"Conference discussion group." You can also find instructions for
subscribing to all discussion groups at www.jewishgen.org. We very much
appreciate that Jewishgen.org is once again hosting our conference
discussion group.

2. Fantastic prize.

In case some of you may not yet be aware, you could win
a standard guest room at the conference hotel for up to five nights during
the 28th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. This generous
prize is being donated by the Marriott Chicago Downtown Magnificent Mile.

To be eligible, all you have to do is register for the conference AND the
hotel BEFORE Saturday, March 15, 2008. The drawing for the winner will take
place on March 28, 2008, during the IAJGS spring board meeting. The winner
will be notified.

Taxes, gratuities, and incidentals are not included. Speakers, exhibitors,
IAJGS board members, and board members of the JGS of Illinois and the
Illiana JGS (co-hosts of the conference with IAJGS) are ineligible. The
prize will be withdrawn if the winner cancels his/her conference
registration and will be awarded to another registrant chosen >from the same
prize pool.

See you all in Chicago!

Conference co-chairs:
Anne Feder Lee, Honolulu, HI
Mike Posnick, Minneapolis, MN
Joel Spector, Cherry Hill, NJ


Chicago 2008 conference news #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

ANNE LEE <information@...>
 

1. Conference discussion group.

The Chicago 2008 conference co-chairs are
pleased to let you know that the conference discussion group has been set up
and that all who are interested may subscribe. This is a list-serve where
questions may be asked about the conference -- and answers provided.
Subscribers may also suggest/discuss ways in which conference attendees can
get the most out of a conference, what to bring or not to bring, and so
forth. This is a moderated discussion group and inappropriate messages will
be rejected. Instructions for subscribing can be found on the conference
web site (www.Chicago2008.org) --- click on the left hand button that says
"Conference discussion group." You can also find instructions for
subscribing to all discussion groups at www.jewishgen.org. We very much
appreciate that Jewishgen.org is once again hosting our conference
discussion group.

2. Fantastic prize.

In case some of you may not yet be aware, you could win
a standard guest room at the conference hotel for up to five nights during
the 28th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. This generous
prize is being donated by the Marriott Chicago Downtown Magnificent Mile.

To be eligible, all you have to do is register for the conference AND the
hotel BEFORE Saturday, March 15, 2008. The drawing for the winner will take
place on March 28, 2008, during the IAJGS spring board meeting. The winner
will be notified.

Taxes, gratuities, and incidentals are not included. Speakers, exhibitors,
IAJGS board members, and board members of the JGS of Illinois and the
Illiana JGS (co-hosts of the conference with IAJGS) are ineligible. The
prize will be withdrawn if the winner cancels his/her conference
registration and will be awarded to another registrant chosen >from the same
prize pool.

See you all in Chicago!

Conference co-chairs:
Anne Feder Lee, Honolulu, HI
Mike Posnick, Minneapolis, MN
Joel Spector, Cherry Hill, NJ


Re: WW1 British Cemeteries in Eretz Israel #general

HPOLLINS@...
 

The Imperial War Graves Commission (now the Commonwealth War Graves
Commission) published separate registers for each First World War cemetery and
memorial. This was done mainly in the 1920s. They have now of course been
incorporated in the online website.

Harold Pollins


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Chicago 2008 conference news #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

ANNE LEE <information@...>
 

1. Conference discussion group.

The Chicago 2008 conference co-chairs are
pleased to let you know that the conference discussion group has been set up
and that all who are interested may subscribe. This is a list-serve where
questions may be asked about the conference -- and answers provided.
Subscribers may also suggest/discuss ways in which conference attendees can
get the most out of a conference, what to bring or not to bring, and so
forth. This is a moderated discussion group and inappropriate messages will
be rejected. Instructions for subscribing can be found on the conference
web site (www.Chicago2008.org) --- click on the left hand button that says
"Conference discussion group." You can also find instructions for
subscribing to all discussion groups at www.jewishgen.org. We very much
appreciate that Jewishgen.org is once again hosting our conference
discussion group.

2. Fantastic prize.

In case some of you may not yet be aware, you could win
a standard guest room at the conference hotel for up to five nights during
the 28th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. This generous
prize is being donated by the Marriott Chicago Downtown Magnificent Mile.

To be eligible, all you have to do is register for the conference AND the
hotel BEFORE Saturday, March 15, 2008. The drawing for the winner will take
place on March 28, 2008, during the IAJGS spring board meeting. The winner
will be notified.

Taxes, gratuities, and incidentals are not included. Speakers, exhibitors,
IAJGS board members, and board members of the JGS of Illinois and the
Illiana JGS (co-hosts of the conference with IAJGS) are ineligible. The
prize will be withdrawn if the winner cancels his/her conference
registration and will be awarded to another registrant chosen >from the same
prize pool.

See you all in Chicago!

Conference co-chairs:
Anne Feder Lee, Honolulu, HI
Mike Posnick, Minneapolis, MN
Joel Spector, Cherry Hill, NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: WW1 British Cemeteries in Eretz Israel #general

HPOLLINS@...
 

The Imperial War Graves Commission (now the Commonwealth War Graves
Commission) published separate registers for each First World War cemetery and
memorial. This was done mainly in the 1920s. They have now of course been
incorporated in the online website.

Harold Pollins


Re: WW1 British Cemeteries in Eretz Israel #general

Michael Hoffman
 

Mathilde,

You should make enquiries with the Commonwealth War Graves Commision whose
website is at www.cwgc.org and the enquiries e-mail address is
general.enq@cwgc.org

Michael Hoffman
Great Britain

Researching,
SCHAMROTH/SHAMROCK-Krakow, London and USA
BERGER-Grabawo, Poland
HOFFMAN/OCHMAN-Beleya Tserkov and Kiev, Ukraine.
OSTROFSKY-Beleya Tserkov and Kiev, Ukraine.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: WW1 British Cemeteries in Eretz Israel #general

Michael Hoffman
 

Mathilde,

You should make enquiries with the Commonwealth War Graves Commision whose
website is at www.cwgc.org and the enquiries e-mail address is
general.enq@cwgc.org

Michael Hoffman
Great Britain

Researching,
SCHAMROTH/SHAMROCK-Krakow, London and USA
BERGER-Grabawo, Poland
HOFFMAN/OCHMAN-Beleya Tserkov and Kiev, Ukraine.
OSTROFSKY-Beleya Tserkov and Kiev, Ukraine.


Re: WW1 British Cemeteries in Eretz Israel #general

Saul Issroff <saul@...>
 

Mathilde Tagger <tagger@actcom.co.il> on 31 Jan 2008 asked about WW1 British
Cemeteries in Eretz Israel.
<<The War Dead of the British Commonwealth. Dir el-Balach, Beer-Sheva , Gaza,
Jerusalem and Haifa War Cemeteries Register. Is that register online? If so, can
someone give me its url?>>

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has a searchable database
<www.cwgc.org/> with The "Debt of Honour Register" listing the 1.7 million men
and women of the Commonwealth forces who died during the two world wars.

Saul Issroff <saul@issroff.com>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: WW1 British Cemeteries in Eretz Israel #general

Saul Issroff <saul@...>
 

Mathilde Tagger <tagger@actcom.co.il> on 31 Jan 2008 asked about WW1 British
Cemeteries in Eretz Israel.
<<The War Dead of the British Commonwealth. Dir el-Balach, Beer-Sheva , Gaza,
Jerusalem and Haifa War Cemeteries Register. Is that register online? If so, can
someone give me its url?>>

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission has a searchable database
<www.cwgc.org/> with The "Debt of Honour Register" listing the 1.7 million men
and women of the Commonwealth forces who died during the two world wars.

Saul Issroff <saul@issroff.com>


EHRLICHMANN #general

Annette Stolberg <annettes@...>
 

Genners,

I mispelled the above surname in my January 31st email. The surname
is not ERLICHMANN - it is EHRLICHMANN. Ruben EHRLICHMANN was born
06-11-1899, Siedlowice. He is listed on the Displaced Person list,
card number 6422. The link was in the UKR-Chernigov Digest of
January 29th and 30th. I would like to know what happened to him
after WWII, if there is a record somewhere to access.

Annette Stolberg,
Rochester, NY


Chatham Jewish Center 217 Park Row NYC 10038 #general

susiestree@...
 

Can anyone give me information about this synagogue Chatham Jewish Center.
In 1970 Al Rosenbaum was President of that Congregation.
Thanks
Susan Boyer
Los Angeles, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen EHRLICHMANN #general

Annette Stolberg <annettes@...>
 

Genners,

I mispelled the above surname in my January 31st email. The surname
is not ERLICHMANN - it is EHRLICHMANN. Ruben EHRLICHMANN was born
06-11-1899, Siedlowice. He is listed on the Displaced Person list,
card number 6422. The link was in the UKR-Chernigov Digest of
January 29th and 30th. I would like to know what happened to him
after WWII, if there is a record somewhere to access.

Annette Stolberg,
Rochester, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Chatham Jewish Center 217 Park Row NYC 10038 #general

susiestree@...
 

Can anyone give me information about this synagogue Chatham Jewish Center.
In 1970 Al Rosenbaum was President of that Congregation.
Thanks
Susan Boyer
Los Angeles, CA


Looking for Someone to Photograph Tombstone in King Solomon Cemetery, Clifton, NJ #general

Cindy g
 

I am looking for some brave and very kind person to
photograph a tombstone in the King Solomon Cemetery of Clifton, NJ. I
have one missing piece to the puzzle that could reunite the families
of four brothers. What I need is the name of Max' Rutblatt's father,
which I am hoping will be on Max's tombstone.
The New Jersey laws governing access to death
certificates, besides being very expense, are such that I have to wait
a year until I can apply for his death certificate.
Additionally, if anyone knows anything of the Max's
family, I would appreciate their contacting me privately. Max owned a
sporting goods in Passaic, NJ and had three daughters whose married
names where, Jacobson, Berr and Eiseman. I believe his grandsons are
Robert A. and Richard H. Eiseman (married to Patricia) and that they
still live in NJ, but I have exhausted all my resources for finding
contact information for them.
Thanks,
Cindy Gallard
Denver, CO


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for Someone to Photograph Tombstone in King Solomon Cemetery, Clifton, NJ #general

Cindy g
 

I am looking for some brave and very kind person to
photograph a tombstone in the King Solomon Cemetery of Clifton, NJ. I
have one missing piece to the puzzle that could reunite the families
of four brothers. What I need is the name of Max' Rutblatt's father,
which I am hoping will be on Max's tombstone.
The New Jersey laws governing access to death
certificates, besides being very expense, are such that I have to wait
a year until I can apply for his death certificate.
Additionally, if anyone knows anything of the Max's
family, I would appreciate their contacting me privately. Max owned a
sporting goods in Passaic, NJ and had three daughters whose married
names where, Jacobson, Berr and Eiseman. I believe his grandsons are
Robert A. and Richard H. Eiseman (married to Patricia) and that they
still live in NJ, but I have exhausted all my resources for finding
contact information for them.
Thanks,
Cindy Gallard
Denver, CO


CHAMITA--CHANINTO and other misspelled surnames in Krasnik #general

Dina Hill
 

Dear JewishGenners,

Thanks to a fellow JewishGenner, I was given information about my immediate
family who lived in Krasnik, Poland after the war. How he figured to look
at the spelling CHANINTO, for my mom's family who was most definitely
without a doubt CHAMITA, I don't know, but there was my mom Szyfra, my
maternal grandma Slawa (even her parents names Fejga & Meir without their
last name MUSZKAT)and my uncle Chaim. It's them without question right down
to their correct birth years.

On that same database was my dad's side of the family -KLAJNKOFMAN was
listed as Klajkofman and APTEKAR was Apteker which isn't as far off as my
maternal side of the family, but again they are definitely my paternal
grandmother, my dad, and even though his father was already diseased >from
the war, his name was there too.

How are we supposed to search when we have the correct spelling? Didn't the
government care about how they recorded the information? Did they just feel
that way about Jewish people or did they mess up the spelling for everyone?

This has taught me that you really do have to use the soundex system because
without it, you might be missing out on some important info.

Danny, you are a gem for all the work you've done on this Krasnik database.
I know that he wants to know of anyone else who is searching Krasnik.

Also, while I'm at it, why is there a town in New Mexico called CHAMITA???
I've already figured out that there is a good possibility that my maternal
side of the family could have been Sephardic somewhere along the line but am
I believing that because of the name seemingly Spanish?? Also, at one time,
someone >from JewishGen told me that CHAMITA is Aramaic meaning "I have
seen".

Also, I found someone with my maternal grandmother's maiden name MUSZKAT and
she lives in the country of Mexico. I found her son by going through the
Broward County Property Appraiser's site. Her son carries her maiden name.
Sofia thinks we are related because there are so many similar names. She is
obviously Sephardic as her family has been living in Mexico since before the
war. It is possible that my great grandfather had siblings that left Lublim
and Radom before the war. How to figure it out is a good question but
interesting one.

Best Regards,

Dina Aptekar Hill in S. Florida

Searching: MUSZKAT, CHAMITA, APTEKAR, APTEKARZ, APTEKER,KLAJNKOFMAN,
KLEINKAUFMAN, HELFMAN, GABRIEL, CHILL, HILL, LIEBERMAN, FABRIKANT


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen CHAMITA--CHANINTO and other misspelled surnames in Krasnik #general

Dina Hill
 

Dear JewishGenners,

Thanks to a fellow JewishGenner, I was given information about my immediate
family who lived in Krasnik, Poland after the war. How he figured to look
at the spelling CHANINTO, for my mom's family who was most definitely
without a doubt CHAMITA, I don't know, but there was my mom Szyfra, my
maternal grandma Slawa (even her parents names Fejga & Meir without their
last name MUSZKAT)and my uncle Chaim. It's them without question right down
to their correct birth years.

On that same database was my dad's side of the family -KLAJNKOFMAN was
listed as Klajkofman and APTEKAR was Apteker which isn't as far off as my
maternal side of the family, but again they are definitely my paternal
grandmother, my dad, and even though his father was already diseased >from
the war, his name was there too.

How are we supposed to search when we have the correct spelling? Didn't the
government care about how they recorded the information? Did they just feel
that way about Jewish people or did they mess up the spelling for everyone?

This has taught me that you really do have to use the soundex system because
without it, you might be missing out on some important info.

Danny, you are a gem for all the work you've done on this Krasnik database.
I know that he wants to know of anyone else who is searching Krasnik.

Also, while I'm at it, why is there a town in New Mexico called CHAMITA???
I've already figured out that there is a good possibility that my maternal
side of the family could have been Sephardic somewhere along the line but am
I believing that because of the name seemingly Spanish?? Also, at one time,
someone >from JewishGen told me that CHAMITA is Aramaic meaning "I have
seen".

Also, I found someone with my maternal grandmother's maiden name MUSZKAT and
she lives in the country of Mexico. I found her son by going through the
Broward County Property Appraiser's site. Her son carries her maiden name.
Sofia thinks we are related because there are so many similar names. She is
obviously Sephardic as her family has been living in Mexico since before the
war. It is possible that my great grandfather had siblings that left Lublim
and Radom before the war. How to figure it out is a good question but
interesting one.

Best Regards,

Dina Aptekar Hill in S. Florida

Searching: MUSZKAT, CHAMITA, APTEKAR, APTEKARZ, APTEKER,KLAJNKOFMAN,
KLEINKAUFMAN, HELFMAN, GABRIEL, CHILL, HILL, LIEBERMAN, FABRIKANT