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Thoughts about INS requests #general

james gross <larklane@...>
 

Hello,
Someone just sent this to me and I feel the info is of general interest.
Q: I have been on a "waiting" list for almost 1 yr. I wait and wait and
wait. I have only file #s assigned to me re: info. >from INS.
When I write, no response. But the letters are not returned to
me, so I would think they arrived at INS. I even have the name of
an indiv. to whom to send corresp. Suggestions?
If you have a INS #, just leave it alone til you get something. I've
done
about 17 INS requests and I usually send all my supporting garbage
after the initial # is assigned to me. Then I call up and make sure they
didn't feed everything to the dog. It is important to me so I spend the
.10 a minute so I can speak to someone there. I have found the average
turn around time to be under a year.
I will say that if and once they find your relatives papers, I
wouldn't
get hung up on "did they find everything or should I appeal". >from what
I understand, appealing is sort of a waste of time as per a conversation
I had with one of the INS supervisors. Usually you are appealing a no
record found reply. In my question to the supervisor, I asked," Does the
INS ever find records but decide to withhold them >from the requestor
because of any reason? " I was told that if the INS finds it, you get
it,
period. It is my feeling that they strive for customer service while
fulfilling your request under the Freedom of Information act. It is
contrary to their
goals and objectives to have a million grandmothers screaming for
records that they have found. The problem lies when papers/documents
are misfiled, lost, or unreadable. The INS can't simply wiggle their
noses
and create the stupid document. On the positive side, If you've done an
INS request several years ago, I understand the INS has recently
improved the quality of the image copying with newer copying & microfilm
machines. So, try a request for a clearer copy.

James H. Gross
Cherry Hill, N.J.
e-mail: LARKLANE@JUNO.COM
Gross-Steinberg Family Tree
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/6721/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thoughts about INS requests #general

james gross <larklane@...>
 

Hello,
Someone just sent this to me and I feel the info is of general interest.
Q: I have been on a "waiting" list for almost 1 yr. I wait and wait and
wait. I have only file #s assigned to me re: info. >from INS.
When I write, no response. But the letters are not returned to
me, so I would think they arrived at INS. I even have the name of
an indiv. to whom to send corresp. Suggestions?
If you have a INS #, just leave it alone til you get something. I've
done
about 17 INS requests and I usually send all my supporting garbage
after the initial # is assigned to me. Then I call up and make sure they
didn't feed everything to the dog. It is important to me so I spend the
.10 a minute so I can speak to someone there. I have found the average
turn around time to be under a year.
I will say that if and once they find your relatives papers, I
wouldn't
get hung up on "did they find everything or should I appeal". >from what
I understand, appealing is sort of a waste of time as per a conversation
I had with one of the INS supervisors. Usually you are appealing a no
record found reply. In my question to the supervisor, I asked," Does the
INS ever find records but decide to withhold them >from the requestor
because of any reason? " I was told that if the INS finds it, you get
it,
period. It is my feeling that they strive for customer service while
fulfilling your request under the Freedom of Information act. It is
contrary to their
goals and objectives to have a million grandmothers screaming for
records that they have found. The problem lies when papers/documents
are misfiled, lost, or unreadable. The INS can't simply wiggle their
noses
and create the stupid document. On the positive side, If you've done an
INS request several years ago, I understand the INS has recently
improved the quality of the image copying with newer copying & microfilm
machines. So, try a request for a clearer copy.

James H. Gross
Cherry Hill, N.J.
e-mail: LARKLANE@JUNO.COM
Gross-Steinberg Family Tree
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/6721/


Re: KAMINSKY #general

Barbara C. Johnson <barbaracjohnson@...>
 

When I was in highschool (class of '52, 45 years ago, I had a
crush on a young man about two or three years older than I. His
name was Phil Kaminsky. He was very blond and extremely
handsome. If I remember correctly, he came >from around Methuen
or Chelmsford, MA. I haven't seen him in as many years. I do
know he went to Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), a very
good engineering school. I went to some prom, maybe even a
homecoming weekend, with him. He would have been in the class
of '53, '54, or '55. Write the WPI alumni office and have them
forward your note to him. If he is interested in answering, he
will. See the Khazaria site for red-haired Jews. The Turkish
nation of Jews. Apparently it was the Turks who had the red hair
and then they invited the Jews and the entire nation converted to
Judaism. Evidently red-hair was predominant there until circa
850, when the Mongols overran it.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: KAMINSKY #general

Barbara C. Johnson <barbaracjohnson@...>
 

When I was in highschool (class of '52, 45 years ago, I had a
crush on a young man about two or three years older than I. His
name was Phil Kaminsky. He was very blond and extremely
handsome. If I remember correctly, he came >from around Methuen
or Chelmsford, MA. I haven't seen him in as many years. I do
know he went to Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), a very
good engineering school. I went to some prom, maybe even a
homecoming weekend, with him. He would have been in the class
of '53, '54, or '55. Write the WPI alumni office and have them
forward your note to him. If he is interested in answering, he
will. See the Khazaria site for red-haired Jews. The Turkish
nation of Jews. Apparently it was the Turks who had the red hair
and then they invited the Jews and the entire nation converted to
Judaism. Evidently red-hair was predominant there until circa
850, when the Mongols overran it.


Kovna #general

Barbara C. Johnson <barbaracjohnson@...>
 

When I recently looked at the 1920 Census for my maternal
grandparents, I had to search Walnut Street in CHELSEA, MA. Half
of Chelsea -- at least that particular area -- was >from Kovna. I
remember thinking, What happened in Kovna that the whole damn
town left. It was really quite remarkable. Neighbor after
neighbor.

Some group should organize to copy >from the 1910 and 1920
Censuses (pl?) the sreets containing the known pockets of Jewish
immigrants in certain cities, and put it up on the Net. At least
it's in English and will dispense with so much guessing at how
the names were spelled at the time they arrived and the
shtetls/cities/towns >from which they came and the names of their
children living at the time. WE REALLY HAVE TO ASK OURSELVES HOW
MANY INDIVIDUAL TRIPS ARE GOING TO BE MADE TO THE FEDERAL
ARCHIVES AT WALTHAM, MASS. I really do think I'm missing
something here. I probably spent 8 or 9 hours in total at
Waltham plus travel to and fro three times. Is each of us going
to make one or more trips to wind and rewind microfiche? I guess
what I'm saying is that the info has to be made more easily
accessible. And that's only the early part of the search. The
passenger lists for ships going to New York are in Pittsfield,
the other side of our state. I'm one of the lucky ones. Think
of those for whom Pittsfield will be more than a day or two
trip. You realize, don't you, that if any of us ran our
businesses this ineffeciently, we'd be in or headed for
bankruptcy!

MODERATOR NOTE: Ideas are always welcomed on how to improve
research methods, so are you willing to head up an effort to
organize and implement this project? Additionally, we could
begin by looking at the piles of papers we all have and see
which contain names that can be shared with other J'Genners.

Susan King proposed that all the photocopies of census records,
all the copies of passenger manifest pages, all the lists of
names we have on documents be sent to JewishGen for scanning
into a proposed document storage and retrieval system. Folks
attending the Los Angeles seminar graciously shared all manner
of information and it has been scanned, waiting for the retrieval
system to become an actuality.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Kovna #general

Barbara C. Johnson <barbaracjohnson@...>
 

When I recently looked at the 1920 Census for my maternal
grandparents, I had to search Walnut Street in CHELSEA, MA. Half
of Chelsea -- at least that particular area -- was >from Kovna. I
remember thinking, What happened in Kovna that the whole damn
town left. It was really quite remarkable. Neighbor after
neighbor.

Some group should organize to copy >from the 1910 and 1920
Censuses (pl?) the sreets containing the known pockets of Jewish
immigrants in certain cities, and put it up on the Net. At least
it's in English and will dispense with so much guessing at how
the names were spelled at the time they arrived and the
shtetls/cities/towns >from which they came and the names of their
children living at the time. WE REALLY HAVE TO ASK OURSELVES HOW
MANY INDIVIDUAL TRIPS ARE GOING TO BE MADE TO THE FEDERAL
ARCHIVES AT WALTHAM, MASS. I really do think I'm missing
something here. I probably spent 8 or 9 hours in total at
Waltham plus travel to and fro three times. Is each of us going
to make one or more trips to wind and rewind microfiche? I guess
what I'm saying is that the info has to be made more easily
accessible. And that's only the early part of the search. The
passenger lists for ships going to New York are in Pittsfield,
the other side of our state. I'm one of the lucky ones. Think
of those for whom Pittsfield will be more than a day or two
trip. You realize, don't you, that if any of us ran our
businesses this ineffeciently, we'd be in or headed for
bankruptcy!

MODERATOR NOTE: Ideas are always welcomed on how to improve
research methods, so are you willing to head up an effort to
organize and implement this project? Additionally, we could
begin by looking at the piles of papers we all have and see
which contain names that can be shared with other J'Genners.

Susan King proposed that all the photocopies of census records,
all the copies of passenger manifest pages, all the lists of
names we have on documents be sent to JewishGen for scanning
into a proposed document storage and retrieval system. Folks
attending the Los Angeles seminar graciously shared all manner
of information and it has been scanned, waiting for the retrieval
system to become an actuality.


Re: N.Y.C. area cemeteries #general

KAUFMANH <kaufmanh@...>
 

One of the three that are known as Bayside is Mokom Sholom Cemetery
201 East Broadway
New York, NY 10002

They do write back. Good luck

Howard Kaufman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: N.Y.C. area cemeteries #general

KAUFMANH <kaufmanh@...>
 

One of the three that are known as Bayside is Mokom Sholom Cemetery
201 East Broadway
New York, NY 10002

They do write back. Good luck

Howard Kaufman


Census Translate #hungary

TriciaC0@...
 

Hi, I'd like to verify the translation for the 1848 census for
CSONGRAD MEGYE
Sorszam =
Neve
A csalad tagjai sorban megnevezendok =
Eletkora =
Szuletesi helye =
Orszag =
Kozseg =
Kereset modja =
Magaviselete =
Eszrevetelek =

Thank you in advance...
Tricia


Hungary SIG #Hungary Census Translate #hungary

TriciaC0@...
 

Hi, I'd like to verify the translation for the 1848 census for
CSONGRAD MEGYE
Sorszam =
Neve
A csalad tagjai sorban megnevezendok =
Eletkora =
Szuletesi helye =
Orszag =
Kozseg =
Kereset modja =
Magaviselete =
Eszrevetelek =

Thank you in advance...
Tricia


Re: ZOGER/ZAGER and MARSHAK #belarus

Carol Skydell <skydell@...>
 

Allison,
Your first step is to SEARCH in the JewishGen Family Finder...not only will
you find people researching the same names of interest to you, if you don't
enter your own information into this database, you are effectively limiting
your chances of finding connections.
Go to the JewishGen homepage and click on the Family Finder and it will
take you right there.
Good luck with your search

Carol Skydell
JewishGen Support Team


Belarus SIG #Belarus re: ZOGER/ZAGER and MARSHAK #belarus

Carol Skydell <skydell@...>
 

Allison,
Your first step is to SEARCH in the JewishGen Family Finder...not only will
you find people researching the same names of interest to you, if you don't
enter your own information into this database, you are effectively limiting
your chances of finding connections.
Go to the JewishGen homepage and click on the Family Finder and it will
take you right there.
Good luck with your search

Carol Skydell
JewishGen Support Team


Re: Researching Story of the Jews of MAJORCA #general

BetteJoy <bettejoy@...>
 

Please read the MARRANOS by Cecil Roth. He discusses the Jews of
Majorca and how they were called Cuetas (pig) because they publically
ate pork to avoid being taken for Jews.

Betty Provizer Starkman, Michigan
BetteJoy@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Researching Story of the Jews of MAJORCA #general

BetteJoy <bettejoy@...>
 

Please read the MARRANOS by Cecil Roth. He discusses the Jews of
Majorca and how they were called Cuetas (pig) because they publically
ate pork to avoid being taken for Jews.

Betty Provizer Starkman, Michigan
BetteJoy@aol.com


Otynya, Ukraine #general

Myron Chijner <mchijner@...>
 

Many jewishgenners came through for me when I was searching for
Novoseletsi in the former Bessarabia. Now I wish to know if Otynya,
Ukr. would have been within the borders of Bessarabia between 1870 and
1910. A relative described the shtetl as "Odin, Bessarabia". Using D-M
Soundex, Otynya is as close as I could come. Did Bessarabia's border
extend this far? Is there another community which would better fit this
description?
I take this opportunity to thank the JewishGen leadership for all of
their efforts in improving the JewishGen sites in countless ways over
the past few months. If you have not visited the ShtelSeeker in a
while, check out the improved mapquest. I am very new to genealogy and
hope those like me who have been lurking will step forward to help fund
these new projects.
Thanks,
Myron Chijner
Weirton, WV mchijner@weir.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Otynya, Ukraine #general

Myron Chijner <mchijner@...>
 

Many jewishgenners came through for me when I was searching for
Novoseletsi in the former Bessarabia. Now I wish to know if Otynya,
Ukr. would have been within the borders of Bessarabia between 1870 and
1910. A relative described the shtetl as "Odin, Bessarabia". Using D-M
Soundex, Otynya is as close as I could come. Did Bessarabia's border
extend this far? Is there another community which would better fit this
description?
I take this opportunity to thank the JewishGen leadership for all of
their efforts in improving the JewishGen sites in countless ways over
the past few months. If you have not visited the ShtelSeeker in a
while, check out the improved mapquest. I am very new to genealogy and
hope those like me who have been lurking will step forward to help fund
these new projects.
Thanks,
Myron Chijner
Weirton, WV mchijner@weir.net


Stone = Stein #general

Colonel James J. Becker <jjbecker@...>
 

My relatives the "Hensteins" came >from Nezhin in the Ukraine in 1903. They
changed the surname "Henstein" to "Stein" and then Americanized it even
further to "Stone" in the Police Court of Brockton, Massachusetts in 1906
when my grandfather Yankel Henstein became Jack Stone .


Colonel James J. Becker
Burtonsville, MD
jjbecker@erols.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Stone = Stein #general

Colonel James J. Becker <jjbecker@...>
 

My relatives the "Hensteins" came >from Nezhin in the Ukraine in 1903. They
changed the surname "Henstein" to "Stein" and then Americanized it even
further to "Stone" in the Police Court of Brockton, Massachusetts in 1906
when my grandfather Yankel Henstein became Jack Stone .


Colonel James J. Becker
Burtonsville, MD
jjbecker@erols.com


Jewish communities in Hungary no.7. #hungary

Ujlaki Gyorgy <ujlaki.gyorgy@...>
 

In the seventh installment, I am sending works that cover individual communities
from countries which used to be part of historical Hungary >from L to N.
L

Lakompak-Lackenbach
Adoniyhu Krausz Kehilla Kedosha Lackenbach. 1963

Liptószentmiklós-Liptovske Mikulas
Herzog Emil A zsidó története Liptószentmiklóson. Budapest 1894

M

Mád
Arieh Lewy Hakehila hayehudi shel Mad, Hungaria. Jerusalem 1974

Magyarlapos
Singer Zoltán Volt egyszer egy Dés...Bethlen, Magyarlapos, Retteg,
Nagyilonda és környéke. 2 vol. Tel Aviv, é.n.

Makó
Rácz Sándor Makó és a zsidóság. In: Csongrád megyei honismereti hiradó.
1984

Margita-Margaretn
Aharon Kleinman Sefer yizkor lekehilat Margaretn vehaseviva. Jerusalem,
1979
Aharon Kleinman Sefer yizkor far di kehile Margaretn un ihre umgebung.
Jerusalem, 1986

Marosvásárhely-Targu-Mures
Jichak Perri (Friedman) Prakim betoldot hayehudim betransilvania beet
hahadasha. Korot yehudei Marosvásárhely vehaseviva. 2 köt. Tel Aviv,
1977

Mátészalka
Farkas József Zsidók mátészalka társadalmában. Debrecen,
Grünwald Fülöp A mátészalkai zsidóság. In: MIOK Évkönyve 1971-1972.
Budapest, 1972
Grünwald Fülöp-Harsányi László-Schück Jenõ Öt község. Budapest,
1972
Pelle János Zsidók egy óriás községben. Mátészalka, 1945-ig. In: Valóság
1990.10.

Mezõkövesd
Kápolnai István Mezõkövesd zsidó lakósága a 19. században. Matyóföld,
1986-87.
Yakov Avni Mezõkövesd és környéke. 1993
Yad Vashem A mezõkövesdi zsidó hitközség áldozatai. 1993

Mikepércs
Mose Elijahu Gonda A debreceni zsidók száz éve. Tel Aviv, 1970

Miskolc
Shlomo Pasternak Miskolc és környéke emlékönyve. Tel Aviv, 1970

Munkács-Munkácsevo
Shmuel Hakohen Weingarten Arim veimahot beyisrael vol.1: Munkács, Kismarton.
Jerusalem, 1947
Grünwald Fülöp-Harsányi László-Schück Jenõ Öt község. Budapest,
1972

N

Nagybánya-Baia-Mare
Naftali Stern Nagybánya mártírjainak emlékkönyve. Bnei Brak, 1979
YitzhakYosef Cohen Gal-eyd leyahdut Nagybánya. 1996

Nagyecsed
Zvi Sosowitz Habait shehaya - hachurban benagyecsed 1991

Nagyilonda
Singer Zoltán Volt egyszer egy Dés...Bethlen, Magyarlapos, Retteg,
Nagyilonda és környéke. 2 vol. Tel Aviv, é.n.

Nagykálló-Kálov-Kálev
Grünwald Fülöp-Harsányi László-Schück Jenõ Öt község. Budapest,
1972
Kiss Gábor A nagykállói zsidó hitközség történetébõl. Szabolcs-szatmári
szemle, 1991.1.
Szilágyi-Windt László A kállói cádik. A nagykállói zsidóság története. Tel
Aviv, 1960

Nagykanizsa
Munkácsi Noémi A nagykanizsai gettó története. Buenos Aires, 1950

Nagykõrös
Salamon Samu A zsidók története nagykõrösön. Törökszentmiklós, 1926

Nagymarton-Mattersdorf
Fritz P. Hodik Beitrage zur Geschichte der Mattesdorfer Judengemeinde in
18. und in der elste Hlafte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Eisenstadt, 1975
Max Grunwald Mattersdorf. In: Jahrbuch für jüdische Folkskunde. 1924/25
402-563. 1925

Nagymihály-Michalovce
M. Ben-Zev (M.Farkas) Sefer Michalovce vehaseviva. Tel Aviv, 1969

Nagyszõllõs-Selish-Sevlus-Vinigradovo
Shmuel Hakohen Weingarten, editor Sefer zikaron lekehilat Selish vehaseviva.
Tel-Aviv, 1976
Yosef Haim Klein and Yacov Moshe Hollander, editors Sefer zikaron lekehilat
Selish vehaseviva - Musaf. Tel-Aviv, 1981
Váradi Sterberg János Memento. A nagyszöllõsi zsidó közössség múltjából.
Kárpátalja, 1991.9.

Nagyvárad-Grossvardein-Oradea
Lakos Lajos A váradi zsidóság története Nagyvárad, 1912
Sós Endre A nagyváradi zsidók útja. Budapest, 1943
Várad a viharban Nagyvárad, 1946
Dr. Popper Endre Emléktöredékek a váradi gettóból. Kézirat.
Varga Jenõ Részletek a nagyváradi zsidók történetébõl. 1903-1953.
Kézirat.
Dr. Blum László Monografia evreilordin Oradea si Judetul Bihor. Kézirat.
Schön Dezsõ, et al, ed. Tegnap Városa. A nagyváradi zsidóság emlékönyve.
Tel Aviv, 1981
Alexander Sándor Leitner Die Tragaedie der Juden in Nagyvárad. Kézirat, Yad
Vashem JM/2686
Benamy Sándor Két varosról. 1. Emlékezés a régi Nagyváradra. In: MIOK
Évkönyv. 1983-84. Budapest, 1984
Zvi (Ödön) Grossman Sefer zikaron lejahadut Grosswardein. 1984
Mózes Teréz Bevérzett kõtáblák. Nagyvárad, 1993
Mózes Teréz A váradi zsidó. Nagyvárad, 1995

--
Ujlaki.Gyorgy@drotposta.hu
Budapest, Hungary
Researching: Wurm, Hollander, Konigstein, Fein, Pollak, Reich, Barany, Cucak,
Drach, Purjesz, Porges/z, Porjes/z, Bischitz, Goldschmied, Iritz


Hungary SIG #Hungary Jewish communities in Hungary no.7. #hungary

Ujlaki Gyorgy <ujlaki.gyorgy@...>
 

In the seventh installment, I am sending works that cover individual communities
from countries which used to be part of historical Hungary >from L to N.
L

Lakompak-Lackenbach
Adoniyhu Krausz Kehilla Kedosha Lackenbach. 1963

Liptószentmiklós-Liptovske Mikulas
Herzog Emil A zsidó története Liptószentmiklóson. Budapest 1894

M

Mád
Arieh Lewy Hakehila hayehudi shel Mad, Hungaria. Jerusalem 1974

Magyarlapos
Singer Zoltán Volt egyszer egy Dés...Bethlen, Magyarlapos, Retteg,
Nagyilonda és környéke. 2 vol. Tel Aviv, é.n.

Makó
Rácz Sándor Makó és a zsidóság. In: Csongrád megyei honismereti hiradó.
1984

Margita-Margaretn
Aharon Kleinman Sefer yizkor lekehilat Margaretn vehaseviva. Jerusalem,
1979
Aharon Kleinman Sefer yizkor far di kehile Margaretn un ihre umgebung.
Jerusalem, 1986

Marosvásárhely-Targu-Mures
Jichak Perri (Friedman) Prakim betoldot hayehudim betransilvania beet
hahadasha. Korot yehudei Marosvásárhely vehaseviva. 2 köt. Tel Aviv,
1977

Mátészalka
Farkas József Zsidók mátészalka társadalmában. Debrecen,
Grünwald Fülöp A mátészalkai zsidóság. In: MIOK Évkönyve 1971-1972.
Budapest, 1972
Grünwald Fülöp-Harsányi László-Schück Jenõ Öt község. Budapest,
1972
Pelle János Zsidók egy óriás községben. Mátészalka, 1945-ig. In: Valóság
1990.10.

Mezõkövesd
Kápolnai István Mezõkövesd zsidó lakósága a 19. században. Matyóföld,
1986-87.
Yakov Avni Mezõkövesd és környéke. 1993
Yad Vashem A mezõkövesdi zsidó hitközség áldozatai. 1993

Mikepércs
Mose Elijahu Gonda A debreceni zsidók száz éve. Tel Aviv, 1970

Miskolc
Shlomo Pasternak Miskolc és környéke emlékönyve. Tel Aviv, 1970

Munkács-Munkácsevo
Shmuel Hakohen Weingarten Arim veimahot beyisrael vol.1: Munkács, Kismarton.
Jerusalem, 1947
Grünwald Fülöp-Harsányi László-Schück Jenõ Öt község. Budapest,
1972

N

Nagybánya-Baia-Mare
Naftali Stern Nagybánya mártírjainak emlékkönyve. Bnei Brak, 1979
YitzhakYosef Cohen Gal-eyd leyahdut Nagybánya. 1996

Nagyecsed
Zvi Sosowitz Habait shehaya - hachurban benagyecsed 1991

Nagyilonda
Singer Zoltán Volt egyszer egy Dés...Bethlen, Magyarlapos, Retteg,
Nagyilonda és környéke. 2 vol. Tel Aviv, é.n.

Nagykálló-Kálov-Kálev
Grünwald Fülöp-Harsányi László-Schück Jenõ Öt község. Budapest,
1972
Kiss Gábor A nagykállói zsidó hitközség történetébõl. Szabolcs-szatmári
szemle, 1991.1.
Szilágyi-Windt László A kállói cádik. A nagykállói zsidóság története. Tel
Aviv, 1960

Nagykanizsa
Munkácsi Noémi A nagykanizsai gettó története. Buenos Aires, 1950

Nagykõrös
Salamon Samu A zsidók története nagykõrösön. Törökszentmiklós, 1926

Nagymarton-Mattersdorf
Fritz P. Hodik Beitrage zur Geschichte der Mattesdorfer Judengemeinde in
18. und in der elste Hlafte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Eisenstadt, 1975
Max Grunwald Mattersdorf. In: Jahrbuch für jüdische Folkskunde. 1924/25
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Budapest, Hungary
Researching: Wurm, Hollander, Konigstein, Fein, Pollak, Reich, Barany, Cucak,
Drach, Purjesz, Porges/z, Porjes/z, Bischitz, Goldschmied, Iritz