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Re: Searching for WEILE/WILL/COHN/BEER from Schoenlanke/Lundsberg/Insterburg/Konigsburg/Hammerstein #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Don Jaffa <djaffa4a@...>
 

Mark, There was a Weile family that was in the woolen
goods business in Lodz and Warsaw at least 1870
through 1930. Some emigrated to Buffalo NY.
Don Jaffa
<djaffa4a@...>

--- Mark Lewis <mark@...> wrote:

Hello - I am trying to find out what I can about the
following
people/places.

c. 1800 Samuel Weile - Schoenlanka, East Prussia
1820? Schlochau
c. 1840? Lina Weile & Jakob Beer - Hammerstein, nr
Danzig
...snip...


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Re: Searching for WEILE/WILL/COHN/BEER from Schoenlanke/Lundsberg/Insterburg/Konigsburg/Hammerstein #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Don Jaffa <djaffa4a@...>
 

Mark, There was a Weile family that was in the woolen
goods business in Lodz and Warsaw at least 1870
through 1930. Some emigrated to Buffalo NY.
Don Jaffa
<djaffa4a@...>

--- Mark Lewis <mark@...> wrote:

Hello - I am trying to find out what I can about the
following
people/places.

c. 1800 Samuel Weile - Schoenlanka, East Prussia
1820? Schlochau
c. 1840? Lina Weile & Jakob Beer - Hammerstein, nr
Danzig
...snip...


Conte di Savoia - arrived NY 17.09.1936 - Passenger Manifest #latvia

K. & L. Bertelsen <layakbtl@...>
 

Dear fellow Researchers

I have recently found reference to some of my late maternal GM's paternal
first cousins >from Libau, Lativa, who arrived in NY, possibly all on the
same sailing of the Conte di Savoia which arrived in NY on 17th September
1936. I have repeatedly tried to get access to this manifest via a
commercial genealogical site, but although I have registered, for some
unknown reason I cannot get any further into their online DB.

I definitely know that Henry ARONIS (possibly listed as Henri ARNOIS) and
possibly his Mother, Estere ARONIS/ARNOIS, and one of his brothers, Salje
(listed on the SSDI as Sally) ARONIS and Salje's wife, Lydia Cohen ARONIS,
also arrived in NY on the Conte di Savoia. Also, another brother/cousin
also may have travelled on that ship - John ARONIS (listed possibly as John
ARONES). Additionally, there are several other ARONIS passengers
(definitely not Greek) who also travelled on the Conte di Savoia, but
disembarked in Boston. However, I do not know if they all arrived on the
Conte di Savoia on the same voyage.

The Conte di Savoia only travelled between Europe and USA for a few years
pre-WWII.

I very much would like to find out if Henry travelled alone (I already have
his naturalization documents, etc.), or if his widowed
Mother/brother/s/cousins, sister-in-law, etc. travelled on different
sailings of the Conte di Savoia.

Although I could apply for Salje ARONIS' naturalization papers, I didn't
want to do this until I knew how many of the ARONIS family actually managed
to get to USA (and thus survived). Of course Estere, Henry, Salje and
Lydia all died before I finally "found them", but it is remotely possible
that Salje (and John?) and perhaps some of the family who might have
travelled to Boston, might have had children. Henry never married. These
are my late GM's only known paternal cousins who might have survived.

I would be very appreciative if anyone with a subscription to the
well-known commercial genealogical DB, and would be willing to do a look-up
for me.

Many many thanks for any help anyone can give me.

Lorraine Bertelsen
Boho, Downunder


Latvia SIG #Latvia Conte di Savoia - arrived NY 17.09.1936 - Passenger Manifest #latvia

K. & L. Bertelsen <layakbtl@...>
 

Dear fellow Researchers

I have recently found reference to some of my late maternal GM's paternal
first cousins >from Libau, Lativa, who arrived in NY, possibly all on the
same sailing of the Conte di Savoia which arrived in NY on 17th September
1936. I have repeatedly tried to get access to this manifest via a
commercial genealogical site, but although I have registered, for some
unknown reason I cannot get any further into their online DB.

I definitely know that Henry ARONIS (possibly listed as Henri ARNOIS) and
possibly his Mother, Estere ARONIS/ARNOIS, and one of his brothers, Salje
(listed on the SSDI as Sally) ARONIS and Salje's wife, Lydia Cohen ARONIS,
also arrived in NY on the Conte di Savoia. Also, another brother/cousin
also may have travelled on that ship - John ARONIS (listed possibly as John
ARONES). Additionally, there are several other ARONIS passengers
(definitely not Greek) who also travelled on the Conte di Savoia, but
disembarked in Boston. However, I do not know if they all arrived on the
Conte di Savoia on the same voyage.

The Conte di Savoia only travelled between Europe and USA for a few years
pre-WWII.

I very much would like to find out if Henry travelled alone (I already have
his naturalization documents, etc.), or if his widowed
Mother/brother/s/cousins, sister-in-law, etc. travelled on different
sailings of the Conte di Savoia.

Although I could apply for Salje ARONIS' naturalization papers, I didn't
want to do this until I knew how many of the ARONIS family actually managed
to get to USA (and thus survived). Of course Estere, Henry, Salje and
Lydia all died before I finally "found them", but it is remotely possible
that Salje (and John?) and perhaps some of the family who might have
travelled to Boston, might have had children. Henry never married. These
are my late GM's only known paternal cousins who might have survived.

I would be very appreciative if anyone with a subscription to the
well-known commercial genealogical DB, and would be willing to do a look-up
for me.

Many many thanks for any help anyone can give me.

Lorraine Bertelsen
Boho, Downunder


Introduction #scandinavia

Shelly Weiner <shellyjag619@...>
 

Hello all,

I am on this list simply because family lore has it that my great-uncle
Abraham SMOLAR (or SMOLIAR) either 1) escaped >from the "Soviet Army" or
2) escaped >from a Siberian labor camp to "somewhere in Scandanavia before
coming over to the US [after 1945]". Where he was before he started
living in California, I have no idea.

Uncle Al and his wife have been dead for about 10 years. He never talked
about this period in his life to any of his children. He would mention
brief bits of information to my grandfather who then told my father. But
that was over 40 years ago and my father has forgotten most of the pertinent
information. Uncle Al's name has not turned up (yet) in any of the usual
online databases. So I wait ... while I enjoy reading this list.

Shelly Weiner
Henderson, Nevada USA
-----------------
BYCZOK/BYCHKOFF/BICHKOFF--Walkowisko, Poland to Detroit MI
FELDMAN (Hungary) to New Brunswick NJ
NOCHINOWSKI/NASH--Ostov, Russia to Detroit MI
RHYZI/ROSSEN--Vladimerets OR Stahovka,Ukraine to Detroit,MI
SMOLER/SMOLYAR/SMOLAR--Vladimerets, Ukraine to Detroit MI


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Introduction #scandinavia

Shelly Weiner <shellyjag619@...>
 

Hello all,

I am on this list simply because family lore has it that my great-uncle
Abraham SMOLAR (or SMOLIAR) either 1) escaped >from the "Soviet Army" or
2) escaped >from a Siberian labor camp to "somewhere in Scandanavia before
coming over to the US [after 1945]". Where he was before he started
living in California, I have no idea.

Uncle Al and his wife have been dead for about 10 years. He never talked
about this period in his life to any of his children. He would mention
brief bits of information to my grandfather who then told my father. But
that was over 40 years ago and my father has forgotten most of the pertinent
information. Uncle Al's name has not turned up (yet) in any of the usual
online databases. So I wait ... while I enjoy reading this list.

Shelly Weiner
Henderson, Nevada USA
-----------------
BYCZOK/BYCHKOFF/BICHKOFF--Walkowisko, Poland to Detroit MI
FELDMAN (Hungary) to New Brunswick NJ
NOCHINOWSKI/NASH--Ostov, Russia to Detroit MI
RHYZI/ROSSEN--Vladimerets OR Stahovka,Ukraine to Detroit,MI
SMOLER/SMOLYAR/SMOLAR--Vladimerets, Ukraine to Detroit MI


Re: Making Viewmate documents readable #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

"Nick" <tulse04-news@...> wrote in message
news:O82dnX8w9rMK1RTZRVnyig@......

Can posters please place the photos on Viewmate in landscape format.
Otherwise I have to turn my head or screen through 90 degrees to read it.
Given that the item is generally difficult to read in the first place this
might help helpers a little!
Probably the easiest way of expanding any picture on a browser is to point
the cursor at the image and Right-click and Copy.

Then paste the image into a blank Word document.

Then one can stretch the image - to expand the image to its fullest extent
you want the page in a landscape format (Page Setup)

Having said that I do think that most people would like to have a quick look
at the image on Viewmate rather than make it a "project".

Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany)
KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany) LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?) (Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov,
Belarus)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Making Viewmate documents readable #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

"Nick" <tulse04-news@...> wrote in message
news:O82dnX8w9rMK1RTZRVnyig@......

Can posters please place the photos on Viewmate in landscape format.
Otherwise I have to turn my head or screen through 90 degrees to read it.
Given that the item is generally difficult to read in the first place this
might help helpers a little!
Probably the easiest way of expanding any picture on a browser is to point
the cursor at the image and Right-click and Copy.

Then paste the image into a blank Word document.

Then one can stretch the image - to expand the image to its fullest extent
you want the page in a landscape format (Page Setup)

Having said that I do think that most people would like to have a quick look
at the image on Viewmate rather than make it a "project".

Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany)
KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany) LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?) (Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov,
Belarus)


More information on Frischman #hungary

yehuda frischman
 

Dear Friends,

Having now found the death certificates and cemetery
where my GG Grandparents Shimshon Shmuel Frischman,
and Mariam Ackerman Frischman are buried, I would like
to try and connect with cousins descended >from them.
Having spoken at length with my 82 year old father(may
he be of healthy mind and body until 120!), I have
been able to determine the following:

1. Leo (Yehuda, who I was named for and the father of
my father) , married the former Rose Schwartz,
daughter of Josef Shmulowitz Schwartz of Scranton, Pa.

2. Dr. Louis (Eluzer, my middle name)Frischman,a
pediatrician, married the former Winnie Thompson.
3. Harry Frischman (no information concerning spouce
of children).
4. Hannah married Sam Klein, had children and
grandchildren, but unfortunately, the last contact we
had with them was nearly 40 years ago.
5. Ella married Joe Molnar of East New Brunswick, NJ.
No information concerning children.
6. Matilda (Tillie) married Herbert Wilkes. He had a
pharmacy in Chinatown, NYC. I have fond memories of
meeting them as an 8 year old in 1960. To the best of
my knowledge they had no children.
7. May married a Dr. Alexander. My father remembers
that they had a daughter, Gloria.
8. Morris(Moshe). I have a marriage certificate for
him showing his place of birth as BEREGSZASZ, Hungary.
He had two children, Seymour (Shimshon Shmuel) and
Arnold. Arnie, A"H, has a son, Mark, who lives in San
Francisco.
9. Celia. My father tells me that she is a family
mystery. Though a foggy memory, he recalls growing
up hearing that she was unwell, and was sent to live
in a sanitarium in Switzerland.

Any cousins out there?

Yehuda Frischman, L.Ac.
LOS ANGELES


Hungary SIG #Hungary More information on Frischman #hungary

yehuda frischman
 

Dear Friends,

Having now found the death certificates and cemetery
where my GG Grandparents Shimshon Shmuel Frischman,
and Mariam Ackerman Frischman are buried, I would like
to try and connect with cousins descended >from them.
Having spoken at length with my 82 year old father(may
he be of healthy mind and body until 120!), I have
been able to determine the following:

1. Leo (Yehuda, who I was named for and the father of
my father) , married the former Rose Schwartz,
daughter of Josef Shmulowitz Schwartz of Scranton, Pa.

2. Dr. Louis (Eluzer, my middle name)Frischman,a
pediatrician, married the former Winnie Thompson.
3. Harry Frischman (no information concerning spouce
of children).
4. Hannah married Sam Klein, had children and
grandchildren, but unfortunately, the last contact we
had with them was nearly 40 years ago.
5. Ella married Joe Molnar of East New Brunswick, NJ.
No information concerning children.
6. Matilda (Tillie) married Herbert Wilkes. He had a
pharmacy in Chinatown, NYC. I have fond memories of
meeting them as an 8 year old in 1960. To the best of
my knowledge they had no children.
7. May married a Dr. Alexander. My father remembers
that they had a daughter, Gloria.
8. Morris(Moshe). I have a marriage certificate for
him showing his place of birth as BEREGSZASZ, Hungary.
He had two children, Seymour (Shimshon Shmuel) and
Arnold. Arnie, A"H, has a son, Mark, who lives in San
Francisco.
9. Celia. My father tells me that she is a family
mystery. Though a foggy memory, he recalls growing
up hearing that she was unwell, and was sent to live
in a sanitarium in Switzerland.

Any cousins out there?

Yehuda Frischman, L.Ac.
LOS ANGELES


Towns of Hungary in 1913 and 1914 #hungary

gramachani@earthlink.net <gramachani@...>
 

Hello,
I have been ablel to find the paseenger record at Ellis Island for my grandmother and grandfather who came to New York in 1914 and 1913. My grandmother showed her last place of residence as Libanfalva,Hungary. does anyone know where this is?
My grandfather showed his last place of residence as Boretto, Hungary.
Can anyone help me in identifying where these place are in Hungary??
Thank s for any help.
Hannah Plotkin


Hungary SIG #Hungary Towns of Hungary in 1913 and 1914 #hungary

gramachani@earthlink.net <gramachani@...>
 

Hello,
I have been ablel to find the paseenger record at Ellis Island for my grandmother and grandfather who came to New York in 1914 and 1913. My grandmother showed her last place of residence as Libanfalva,Hungary. does anyone know where this is?
My grandfather showed his last place of residence as Boretto, Hungary.
Can anyone help me in identifying where these place are in Hungary??
Thank s for any help.
Hannah Plotkin


Re: Salt Lake City #austria-czech

d pfalzer <d_pfalzer@...>
 

It is possible to request film >from the archives
before you visit.

The following is the way I have always done it.

Go to http://www.familysearch.org

click on the LIBRARY tab on the top
click on preparing to visit the library

Item 6 on this page says:

6. Use the online Family History Library Catalog to
determine if the films you need are immediately
available in the library. We are unable to store all
microfilms at the library. Films listed in the catalog
as "Vault" films may take up to three days to
retrieve. Before your visit, you can request the
microfilms you need by e-mail: (click here to send us
an e-mail) or by fax: 801-240-1924.

Hope this helps,

Denise
Tampa, Florida


--- Robert Neu <roneu1@...> wrote:

You can search the FHL catalog on line at
familysearch.org . It will give you the film numbers
and
whether they are on the shelf (more than likely) on
B1 floor of the library (Basement 1st level)
or need to be ordered >from the vault in the
mountain. The library is across the street >from the
West gate of Temple square (which is presently
closed for construction) on West Temple Street
halfway between South and North Temple streets. It
is open daily Tue=Sat till 9:00 P.M. Mondays
only till 5:00 P.M. I am not sure whether you can
request to have them there when you are there,
but e-mail or phone will clarify that.

Robert

--- Barbara Franchi <bf@...>
wrote:

Hi

I will be going to Salt Lake City in June. I will
have only about 1/2
day to research in the library there. Can anyone
give me any hints on
where to go to find the records of KisVarda,
Hungary or Novosad, now
Slovakia or Bobrka bei Lemburg (now L'viv)
Ukraine?

Thank you in advance.
--
Barbara Franchi (bf@...)
http://www/reviewingtheevidence.com
Researching: PASSEL,PESSEL, GAN (Bobrka, Ukr)
FRANK (Kis Varda,
Hungary) GOODMAN, NEWMAN, NEUWIRTH (Novosad,
Slovakia) FRANCHI, IACOPPI
(Parma, Piacenza, Italy)

Moderator: Have you checked the on-line FHL
Catalogue? Tom Venetianer recently provided a tip
on how to search the catalogue for records from
specific places. Go to
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHLC/frameset_fhlc.asp
and click on "keyword search"
Enter Slovakia Jewish, Hungary Jewish, or Romania
Jewish, etc. as appropriate in the search
block. In addition to listings of books and
censuses, you will get links to entries of Jewish
vital record films in many Hungarian towns as well
as formerly Hungarian places that are now in
Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine, etc. Click on the
"order results by title" button and the search
returns will appear in alphabetical order.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Salt Lake City #hungary

d pfalzer <d_pfalzer@...>
 

It is possible to request film >from the archives
before you visit.

The following is the way I have always done it.

Go to http://www.familysearch.org

click on the LIBRARY tab on the top
click on preparing to visit the library

Item 6 on this page says:

6. Use the online Family History Library Catalog to
determine if the films you need are immediately
available in the library. We are unable to store all
microfilms at the library. Films listed in the catalog
as "Vault" films may take up to three days to
retrieve. Before your visit, you can request the
microfilms you need by e-mail: (click here to send us
an e-mail) or by fax: 801-240-1924.

Hope this helps,

Denise
Tampa, Florida


--- Robert Neu <roneu1@...> wrote:

You can search the FHL catalog on line at
familysearch.org . It will give you the film numbers
and
whether they are on the shelf (more than likely) on
B1 floor of the library (Basement 1st level)
or need to be ordered >from the vault in the
mountain. The library is across the street >from the
West gate of Temple square (which is presently
closed for construction) on West Temple Street
halfway between South and North Temple streets. It
is open daily Tue=Sat till 9:00 P.M. Mondays
only till 5:00 P.M. I am not sure whether you can
request to have them there when you are there,
but e-mail or phone will clarify that.

Robert

--- Barbara Franchi <bf@...>
wrote:

Hi

I will be going to Salt Lake City in June. I will
have only about 1/2
day to research in the library there. Can anyone
give me any hints on
where to go to find the records of KisVarda,
Hungary or Novosad, now
Slovakia or Bobrka bei Lemburg (now L'viv)
Ukraine?

Thank you in advance.
--
Barbara Franchi (bf@...)
http://www/reviewingtheevidence.com
Researching: PASSEL,PESSEL, GAN (Bobrka, Ukr)
FRANK (Kis Varda,
Hungary) GOODMAN, NEWMAN, NEUWIRTH (Novosad,
Slovakia) FRANCHI, IACOPPI
(Parma, Piacenza, Italy)

Moderator: Have you checked the on-line FHL
Catalogue? Tom Venetianer recently provided a tip
on how to search the catalogue for records from
specific places. Go to
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHLC/frameset_fhlc.asp
and click on "keyword search"
Enter Slovakia Jewish, Hungary Jewish, or Romania
Jewish, etc. as appropriate in the search
block. In addition to listings of books and
censuses, you will get links to entries of Jewish
vital record films in many Hungarian towns as well
as formerly Hungarian places that are now in
Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine, etc. Click on the
"order results by title" button and the search
returns will appear in alphabetical order.


Re: Book about "The Tragedy of the Jews of Slovakia" #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <g_hirsch@...>
 

As I believe it might have an interest for others too (beside Bernhard Weill), I am sending you the URL of the Auschwitz State Museum - in my opinion, they you get the most reliable and widest range of information regarding Auschwitz -.

Home Page of the Museum http://www.auschwitz.org.pl/
site of the Museum's publications
http://www.auschwitz.org.pl/publikacje/index.php?language=EN&kategoria=11&mode=ksiazki

The Tragedy of Jews of Slovakia

The Tragedy of the Jews of Slovakia is a new, expanded edition of a work published in Slovakia in 1992 and containing the fruits of an international symposium on the issue. The fifteen authors of the articles include such well-known historians as Hebrew University professor Jehuda Bauer, who examines the destruction of the Jews of Slovakia within the overall framework of Nazi policy, and Mirosław Karny, a specialist in research on the Terezin ghetto and the fate of the people deported >from there to Auschwitz...

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch


Gabor,

Any suggestions on how I may be able to purchase this book. Is there a website to the State Museum yu mentioned in your email? Thank you.

Bernard Weill
Brooklyn, New York


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Book about "The Tragedy of the Jews of Slovakia" #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <g_hirsch@...>
 

As I believe it might have an interest for others too (beside Bernhard Weill), I am sending you the URL of the Auschwitz State Museum - in my opinion, they you get the most reliable and widest range of information regarding Auschwitz -.

Home Page of the Museum http://www.auschwitz.org.pl/
site of the Museum's publications
http://www.auschwitz.org.pl/publikacje/index.php?language=EN&kategoria=11&mode=ksiazki

The Tragedy of Jews of Slovakia

The Tragedy of the Jews of Slovakia is a new, expanded edition of a work published in Slovakia in 1992 and containing the fruits of an international symposium on the issue. The fifteen authors of the articles include such well-known historians as Hebrew University professor Jehuda Bauer, who examines the destruction of the Jews of Slovakia within the overall framework of Nazi policy, and Mirosław Karny, a specialist in research on the Terezin ghetto and the fate of the people deported >from there to Auschwitz...

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch


Gabor,

Any suggestions on how I may be able to purchase this book. Is there a website to the State Museum yu mentioned in your email? Thank you.

Bernard Weill
Brooklyn, New York


Re: Salt Lake City #austria-czech

Barbara Franchi <bf@...>
 

Thank you

On Jun 05, 2006, at 9:59 PM, Robert Neu wrote:

You can search the FHL catalog on line at familysearch.org . It will
give you the film numbers and
whether they are on the shelf (more than likely) on B1 floor of the
library (Basement 1st level)
or need to be ordered >from the vault in the mountain. The library is
across the street >from the
West gate of Temple square (which is presently closed for
construction) on West Temple Street
halfway between South and North Temple streets. It is open daily
Tue=Sat till 9:00 P.M. Mondays
only till 5:00 P.M. I am not sure whether you can request to have
them there when you are there,
but e-mail or phone will clarify that.

Robert

--- Barbara Franchi <bf@...> wrote:

Hi

I will be going to Salt Lake City in June. I will have only about 1/2
day to research in the library there. Can anyone give me any hints on
where to go to find the records of KisVarda, Hungary or Novosad, now
Slovakia or Bobrka bei Lemburg (now L'viv) Ukraine?

Thank you in advance.
--
Barbara Franchi (bf@...)
http://www/reviewingtheevidence.com
Researching: PASSEL,PESSEL, GAN (Bobrka, Ukr) FRANK (Kis Varda,
Hungary) GOODMAN, NEWMAN, NEUWIRTH (Novosad, Slovakia) FRANCHI,
IACOPPI
(Parma, Piacenza, Italy)

Moderator: Have you checked the on-line FHL Catalogue? Tom
Venetianer recently provided a tip
on how to search the catalogue for records >from specific places. Go
to
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHLC/frameset_fhlc.asp and
click on "keyword search"
Enter Slovakia Jewish, Hungary Jewish, or Romania Jewish, etc. as
appropriate in the search
block. In addition to listings of books and censuses, you will get
links to entries of Jewish
vital record films in many Hungarian towns as well as formerly
Hungarian places that are now in
Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine, etc. Click on the "order results by
title" button and the search
returns will appear in alphabetical order.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Salt Lake City #hungary

Barbara Franchi <bf@...>
 

Thank you

On Jun 05, 2006, at 9:59 PM, Robert Neu wrote:

You can search the FHL catalog on line at familysearch.org . It will
give you the film numbers and
whether they are on the shelf (more than likely) on B1 floor of the
library (Basement 1st level)
or need to be ordered >from the vault in the mountain. The library is
across the street >from the
West gate of Temple square (which is presently closed for
construction) on West Temple Street
halfway between South and North Temple streets. It is open daily
Tue=Sat till 9:00 P.M. Mondays
only till 5:00 P.M. I am not sure whether you can request to have
them there when you are there,
but e-mail or phone will clarify that.

Robert

--- Barbara Franchi <bf@...> wrote:

Hi

I will be going to Salt Lake City in June. I will have only about 1/2
day to research in the library there. Can anyone give me any hints on
where to go to find the records of KisVarda, Hungary or Novosad, now
Slovakia or Bobrka bei Lemburg (now L'viv) Ukraine?

Thank you in advance.
--
Barbara Franchi (bf@...)
http://www/reviewingtheevidence.com
Researching: PASSEL,PESSEL, GAN (Bobrka, Ukr) FRANK (Kis Varda,
Hungary) GOODMAN, NEWMAN, NEUWIRTH (Novosad, Slovakia) FRANCHI,
IACOPPI
(Parma, Piacenza, Italy)

Moderator: Have you checked the on-line FHL Catalogue? Tom
Venetianer recently provided a tip
on how to search the catalogue for records >from specific places. Go
to
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHLC/frameset_fhlc.asp and
click on "keyword search"
Enter Slovakia Jewish, Hungary Jewish, or Romania Jewish, etc. as
appropriate in the search
block. In addition to listings of books and censuses, you will get
links to entries of Jewish
vital record films in many Hungarian towns as well as formerly
Hungarian places that are now in
Slovakia, Romania, Ukraine, etc. Click on the "order results by
title" button and the search
returns will appear in alphabetical order.


Re: New Online Budapest Resource #hungary

tom klein <h-sig@...>
 

there was a small error in the web address that you provided - at least at my end, it was split over two lines, which resulted in an extraneous space between .hu/ and tarstort/ (which of course caused a "file not found" error message). for anybody who didn't figure this out already, here is the linked to address, all on line:

<http://tarstort.bparchiv.hu/tarstort/simplesearch.html>



....... tom klein, toronto


Rebecca Fenning <rutabegatree@...> wrote:

Yesterday I happened to check Janos Bogardi's Radix Log
<http://www.radixlog.com> and was greeted by a posting of his >from just a
couple days ago, announcing the release of a new database >from the
Budapest Municipal Archives (Budapest Fovaros Leveltara). As Janos
described, the database (located at <http://tarstort.bparchiv.hu/
tarstort/simplesearch.html>:

"...contains metadata about the documents in the holdings of the
archives, covering the following subject areas:
[snip!]


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: New Online Budapest Resource #hungary

tom klein <h-sig@...>
 

there was a small error in the web address that you provided - at least at my end, it was split over two lines, which resulted in an extraneous space between .hu/ and tarstort/ (which of course caused a "file not found" error message). for anybody who didn't figure this out already, here is the linked to address, all on line:

<http://tarstort.bparchiv.hu/tarstort/simplesearch.html>



....... tom klein, toronto


Rebecca Fenning <rutabegatree@...> wrote:

Yesterday I happened to check Janos Bogardi's Radix Log
<http://www.radixlog.com> and was greeted by a posting of his >from just a
couple days ago, announcing the release of a new database >from the
Budapest Municipal Archives (Budapest Fovaros Leveltara). As Janos
described, the database (located at <http://tarstort.bparchiv.hu/
tarstort/simplesearch.html>:

"...contains metadata about the documents in the holdings of the
archives, covering the following subject areas:
[snip!]