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My ancestors. #hungary

Dennis Baer <dbaer@...>
 

Hello

For those new to this list and those who have not seen this before, I'm
introducing you to my ancestors.

You can see the pictures of my great grandparents

Samuel (Shmuel) Zanvil Schanz and Sarah Greenstein Schanz, taken in NY City
in 1920 (79 years ago)

at http://www.netmonger.net/~dbaer/schanz.jpg

Samuel Zanvil Schanz, son of Menachem Mendel (Max) Schanz and Jennie Gold
Schanz, born July 2, 1865 probably in Przemysl, Galicia, Austria. Samuel had
a sister Esther Schanz also probably born in Przemysl. She probably died in
her late 20's there before 1891. Samuel moved to Munkacs, Hungary around
1885 and married Sarah Greenstein around 1885. He ran the train station of
Munkacs, Hungary >from about 1885 until 1903. He left Munkacs, Hungary alone
in 1903 to establish himself and earn money to send for the rest of the
family. Died July 10, 1927 in Brooklyn, New York, USA.

You can see a picture of the current train station of Mukachevo, Ukraine
(former Munkacs, Hungary) at

http://www.netmonger.net/~dbaer/station.jpg

Sarah Greenstein Schanz born Jan 4, 1865 in Munkacs, daughter of Abraham
Greenstein and Golda Mirel Greenstein. Sarah had a brother William
Greenstein. Sarah left Munkacs, Hungary in June 1907 and arrived in NY City
on the SS Livonia on June 24, 1907 with 5 of their 7 children. She died in
Manhattan, New York on January 12, 1942 although she last lived in Brooklyn, NY.

Coincidently both Samuel and Sarah died 8 days after their birthdays.

Samuel and Sarah Schanz had 7 children beginning with Anna (born in 1887),
Esther (1891), Frieda, Helen, Miriam, Menachem Mendel (Max) (1893), and
Abram (Abraham) (1900).

The family spelled the surname Schantz consistently after 1920.

For those researching Munkacs, I have fortunately gotten one birth
certificate transcript for Esther Schanz born in 1891 in Munkacs.

You can see the birth certificate transcript of Esther Schanz at

http://www.netmonger.net/~dbaer/certificate.jpg

I got the birth certificate from:

The State Archives of the Zakarpatskaya Region
4a Heroev Pl.
Berehove, Ukraine.


Thank you.

Dennis Baer

Bethpage, New York, USA

Searching SCHANTZ, SCHANZ, GOLD, GREENSTEIN in Austria-Hungary
Munkacs,Hungary and possibly Przemysl,Galicia,Austria


Hungary SIG #Hungary My ancestors. #hungary

Dennis Baer <dbaer@...>
 

Hello

For those new to this list and those who have not seen this before, I'm
introducing you to my ancestors.

You can see the pictures of my great grandparents

Samuel (Shmuel) Zanvil Schanz and Sarah Greenstein Schanz, taken in NY City
in 1920 (79 years ago)

at http://www.netmonger.net/~dbaer/schanz.jpg

Samuel Zanvil Schanz, son of Menachem Mendel (Max) Schanz and Jennie Gold
Schanz, born July 2, 1865 probably in Przemysl, Galicia, Austria. Samuel had
a sister Esther Schanz also probably born in Przemysl. She probably died in
her late 20's there before 1891. Samuel moved to Munkacs, Hungary around
1885 and married Sarah Greenstein around 1885. He ran the train station of
Munkacs, Hungary >from about 1885 until 1903. He left Munkacs, Hungary alone
in 1903 to establish himself and earn money to send for the rest of the
family. Died July 10, 1927 in Brooklyn, New York, USA.

You can see a picture of the current train station of Mukachevo, Ukraine
(former Munkacs, Hungary) at

http://www.netmonger.net/~dbaer/station.jpg

Sarah Greenstein Schanz born Jan 4, 1865 in Munkacs, daughter of Abraham
Greenstein and Golda Mirel Greenstein. Sarah had a brother William
Greenstein. Sarah left Munkacs, Hungary in June 1907 and arrived in NY City
on the SS Livonia on June 24, 1907 with 5 of their 7 children. She died in
Manhattan, New York on January 12, 1942 although she last lived in Brooklyn, NY.

Coincidently both Samuel and Sarah died 8 days after their birthdays.

Samuel and Sarah Schanz had 7 children beginning with Anna (born in 1887),
Esther (1891), Frieda, Helen, Miriam, Menachem Mendel (Max) (1893), and
Abram (Abraham) (1900).

The family spelled the surname Schantz consistently after 1920.

For those researching Munkacs, I have fortunately gotten one birth
certificate transcript for Esther Schanz born in 1891 in Munkacs.

You can see the birth certificate transcript of Esther Schanz at

http://www.netmonger.net/~dbaer/certificate.jpg

I got the birth certificate from:

The State Archives of the Zakarpatskaya Region
4a Heroev Pl.
Berehove, Ukraine.


Thank you.

Dennis Baer

Bethpage, New York, USA

Searching SCHANTZ, SCHANZ, GOLD, GREENSTEIN in Austria-Hungary
Munkacs,Hungary and possibly Przemysl,Galicia,Austria


Re: * Name adoption by Jews #hungary

teddyg1@...
 

Hi Tom and Hi H-Sigs,

I am also interested in the same inforamtion, please. mod.- see below

May I use this oportunity to wish you all and families a Sahana Tova.

Touvia (Teddy) Goldstein
ISRAEL
<http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Flats/1756>

Tom Venetianer wrote:

Hello friends,

As many times discussed, European Jews were forced to adopt secular names
in the Austro-Hungarian empire and when Napoleon invaded certain countries.
I am wondering if anybody found registers (books, microfilms, etc) which
record such name changes.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: * Name adoption by Jews #hungary

teddyg1@...
 

Hi Tom and Hi H-Sigs,

I am also interested in the same inforamtion, please. mod.- see below

May I use this oportunity to wish you all and families a Sahana Tova.

Touvia (Teddy) Goldstein
ISRAEL
<http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Flats/1756>

Tom Venetianer wrote:

Hello friends,

As many times discussed, European Jews were forced to adopt secular names
in the Austro-Hungarian empire and when Napoleon invaded certain countries.
I am wondering if anybody found registers (books, microfilms, etc) which
record such name changes.


Latvian Archives Address #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

Latvian State Historical Archives
Slokas iela 16
Riga LV-1007
Latvia

Arlene Beare


Latvia SIG #Latvia Latvian Archives Address #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

Latvian State Historical Archives
Slokas iela 16
Riga LV-1007
Latvia

Arlene Beare


Address of Archives #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

Latvian State Historical Archives
Slokas iela 16
Riga LV-1007
Latvia


Latvia SIG #Latvia Address of Archives #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

Latvian State Historical Archives
Slokas iela 16
Riga LV-1007
Latvia


Re: Latvian Archives #latvia

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

"K. & L. Bertelsen" wrote:



This morning I received an invoice >from the Latvian Archives in Riga, but I
am not sure why.
I had heard that they had gotten stung by people not sending money and they
therefore had decided to request it up front. However, it seems to me that
they should be able to give you general details of what they propose to send
before you send the money. Good luck, Lorraine!

Martha


Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: Latvian Archives #latvia

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

"K. & L. Bertelsen" wrote:



This morning I received an invoice >from the Latvian Archives in Riga, but I
am not sure why.
I had heard that they had gotten stung by people not sending money and they
therefore had decided to request it up front. However, it seems to me that
they should be able to give you general details of what they propose to send
before you send the money. Good luck, Lorraine!

Martha


latvia digest: August 27, 1999 #latvia

Raymond Haas <rhaas_ttuk@...>
 

Latvian archives

<<They usually invoice once they are ready to send out the information. =

Write to them with the above details and they will clarify it. =

They are extremely helpful.................Moderator's comment>>

Dear Moderator,

I would be most grateful if you could please let me have the postal addre=
ss
of the Latvian archives.

Many thanks

Raymond Haas


Latvia SIG #Latvia latvia digest: August 27, 1999 #latvia

Raymond Haas <rhaas_ttuk@...>
 

Latvian archives

<<They usually invoice once they are ready to send out the information. =

Write to them with the above details and they will clarify it. =

They are extremely helpful.................Moderator's comment>>

Dear Moderator,

I would be most grateful if you could please let me have the postal addre=
ss
of the Latvian archives.

Many thanks

Raymond Haas


Re: Latvian Archives #latvia

Sandyhshor@...
 

The Latvian Archives present procedure is to send you an invoice in advance.
They did an incredible job for us and we picked up the material at the
Archives office in Latvia because we happened to be in Riga while on a
genealogical tour with Howard Margol who runs one or two trips a year to
Latvia and Lithuania. We were advised that if they locate additional
information they will pass this on to us. That is apparently what happened
with you.

Don Hirschhorn
Boca Raton, FL
Researching: HIRSCHHORN, PASSOFF


Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: Latvian Archives #latvia

Sandyhshor@...
 

The Latvian Archives present procedure is to send you an invoice in advance.
They did an incredible job for us and we picked up the material at the
Archives office in Latvia because we happened to be in Riga while on a
genealogical tour with Howard Margol who runs one or two trips a year to
Latvia and Lithuania. We were advised that if they locate additional
information they will pass this on to us. That is apparently what happened
with you.

Don Hirschhorn
Boca Raton, FL
Researching: HIRSCHHORN, PASSOFF


Re: INS Genealogy web site is worth a look #general

Adelle Gloger
 

On Sat, 28 August 1999 03:36 PM EDT Michael Steinore wrote:


The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) has a
history and genealogy web site at the following address:

http://www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics/aboutins/history/index.htm

While the INS main web site has been mentioned a number of times, I did
not find this particular web page mentioned in the Jewishgen Archives,
but in any case, if you haven't seen it, it's quite good. I
particularly recommend the FAQ's, the section on immigrant arrival
records, and the section on naturalization records. They've done a good
job of using images to complement the material. For example, a section
on passenger list annotations has image examples, and the seldom seen
Alien Registration form (AR-2) is reproduced in full.

Thank you, Michael, for bringing the updated INS site to our attention.

I have been to the INS site several times; most recently in mid-June 1999 to
download the FOIA form, and the current information was not there.
Please note that these history/genealogy related pages and the INS home page
were all updated within the past month, and most recently in the past week or
so--Post NYC Conference. Much of what was discussed at the INS workshop is
currently on the web site.
I would not have returned to the INS site if it had not been brought to my
attention by Michael Steinore. A big *Thank You* to Michael.

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Shaker Hts., Ohio
agloger@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: INS Genealogy web site is worth a look #general

Adelle Gloger
 

On Sat, 28 August 1999 03:36 PM EDT Michael Steinore wrote:


The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) has a
history and genealogy web site at the following address:

http://www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics/aboutins/history/index.htm

While the INS main web site has been mentioned a number of times, I did
not find this particular web page mentioned in the Jewishgen Archives,
but in any case, if you haven't seen it, it's quite good. I
particularly recommend the FAQ's, the section on immigrant arrival
records, and the section on naturalization records. They've done a good
job of using images to complement the material. For example, a section
on passenger list annotations has image examples, and the seldom seen
Alien Registration form (AR-2) is reproduced in full.

Thank you, Michael, for bringing the updated INS site to our attention.

I have been to the INS site several times; most recently in mid-June 1999 to
download the FOIA form, and the current information was not there.
Please note that these history/genealogy related pages and the INS home page
were all updated within the past month, and most recently in the past week or
so--Post NYC Conference. Much of what was discussed at the INS workshop is
currently on the web site.
I would not have returned to the INS site if it had not been brought to my
attention by Michael Steinore. A big *Thank You* to Michael.

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Shaker Hts., Ohio
agloger@aol.com


Baiertal #general

Rose Hoffman <ARose10@...>
 

Just got a letter today stating that the above has been incorperated
into the town of Wiesloch. The address that they gave me was Rathaus
(city-office)of D-69168 Wieslocj which seems incomplete to me-would
someone please give me the complete address. Thank you ahead of time.
Rose Hoffman
Mesa, Arizona

WEINTRAUB/WEINTRAUB/WOLF
from Poland and Ukraine
FRANK/STERN/WOLF >from Germany
HOFFMAN/TERRY(TREZETSKY)>from Belarus


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Baiertal #general

Rose Hoffman <ARose10@...>
 

Just got a letter today stating that the above has been incorperated
into the town of Wiesloch. The address that they gave me was Rathaus
(city-office)of D-69168 Wieslocj which seems incomplete to me-would
someone please give me the complete address. Thank you ahead of time.
Rose Hoffman
Mesa, Arizona

WEINTRAUB/WEINTRAUB/WOLF
from Poland and Ukraine
FRANK/STERN/WOLF >from Germany
HOFFMAN/TERRY(TREZETSKY)>from Belarus


Julia GOLDMAN #general

Mrs M Sprott
 

I all the material I have received >from my researcher in England, on Jacob
GOODMAN (formerly Yakov Guttman), married Julia GOLDMAN in Prussia, Germany,
and their first child Jane, GOODMAN, my Great Grandmother, was born to them
when Julia was 35.

This seems a very late age for a woman to be having her first child,
especially back then, so does any have any thoughts as to whether they may
have had children back in Prussia, Germany, but did bring them to England
when they came. I have no idea when Jacob and Julia Goodman arrived in
England yet, my researcher is still working on finding that out, but he did
say that it was very stange that a woman whould be having her first child at
35. Any thought everyone?

Monica Sprott
Queensland
Australia
msprott@cqnet.com.au

check out my new web sites at
http://wwwpowermad.net.monicasprott/
&
http://www.homestead.com/msprott/Judaism.html

Searching relative of Morris ISRAEL, Hannah ISRAEL, Jane GOODMAN, Jacob
GOODMAN, Julia GOLDMAN >from England and what used to be Prussia, Germany.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Julia GOLDMAN #general

Mrs M Sprott
 

I all the material I have received >from my researcher in England, on Jacob
GOODMAN (formerly Yakov Guttman), married Julia GOLDMAN in Prussia, Germany,
and their first child Jane, GOODMAN, my Great Grandmother, was born to them
when Julia was 35.

This seems a very late age for a woman to be having her first child,
especially back then, so does any have any thoughts as to whether they may
have had children back in Prussia, Germany, but did bring them to England
when they came. I have no idea when Jacob and Julia Goodman arrived in
England yet, my researcher is still working on finding that out, but he did
say that it was very stange that a woman whould be having her first child at
35. Any thought everyone?

Monica Sprott
Queensland
Australia
msprott@cqnet.com.au

check out my new web sites at
http://wwwpowermad.net.monicasprott/
&
http://www.homestead.com/msprott/Judaism.html

Searching relative of Morris ISRAEL, Hannah ISRAEL, Jane GOODMAN, Jacob
GOODMAN, Julia GOLDMAN >from England and what used to be Prussia, Germany.