Date   

update at www.GenTeam.at #hungary

Traude Triebel
 

New at www.GenTeam.at

1      New: Waehring IKG cemetery (Jewish Community Cemetery) 1784-1879
approximately 29,000 burials 
2      Obituaries of Pester Lloyd: the gap between 1888-1890 closed
3      Lodges ? approximate 12,000 entries were added

1       New Database: Waehring Jewish Community (IKG) Cemetery 1784-1879
Approximately 29,000 Entries

Mrs. Traude Triebel reviewed the death registries of the Jewish Community
(IKG). In this database you will find surnames and given names, along with
the maiden name of women, their  husband?s name, marital status, city and
country of origin, profession, age, date of death, date of interment,
information of the parents,  place of death and address.

2     Obituaries Pester Lloyd: The Gap of 1888-1890 is closed

Mr.Georg Gaugusch has reviewed and completed the database of  the obituaries
of Pester Lloyd in Budapest between 1888 und 1890; thus, all obituaries of
the Pester Lloyd, between 1878 and 1910 are in the database including
surname, given name, maiden name, date of publication, date of death,
religion, age and place of publication.


3     Lodges ? Members of diverse Lodges 1785-1931
        approximately 12,000 new records

Members of various Johannis Lodges were added in Berlin, Munich, Erlangen,
Nuremberg, Hannover, Mannheim, Frankfurt, Breslau, Kassel, Stuttgart,
Wiesbaden, Hanau am Main, Heilbronn, Beuthen, Leipzig, Dortmund, and
Hamburg, as well as B´nai B´rith Lodges in Prag, Kattowitz, Posen, Bielitz,
Kraukau, Lemberg, Koenigshütte, Warschau, Przemysl, Lodsch, Stanislawow and
Berlin.  Not only surname and given name are listed, but also, among other
things and depending on the lodge, profession, address of the work place,
the private address, when member registered, as well as the date of death of
already deceased members.  You will find all back issues in the help phase
at GenTeam.

Traude Triebel
2700 Wr.Neustadt
Austria

Moderator: Please direct inqueries to Traude.


Hungary SIG #Hungary update at www.GenTeam.at #hungary

Traude Triebel
 

New at www.GenTeam.at

1      New: Waehring IKG cemetery (Jewish Community Cemetery) 1784-1879
approximately 29,000 burials 
2      Obituaries of Pester Lloyd: the gap between 1888-1890 closed
3      Lodges ? approximate 12,000 entries were added

1       New Database: Waehring Jewish Community (IKG) Cemetery 1784-1879
Approximately 29,000 Entries

Mrs. Traude Triebel reviewed the death registries of the Jewish Community
(IKG). In this database you will find surnames and given names, along with
the maiden name of women, their  husband?s name, marital status, city and
country of origin, profession, age, date of death, date of interment,
information of the parents,  place of death and address.

2     Obituaries Pester Lloyd: The Gap of 1888-1890 is closed

Mr.Georg Gaugusch has reviewed and completed the database of  the obituaries
of Pester Lloyd in Budapest between 1888 und 1890; thus, all obituaries of
the Pester Lloyd, between 1878 and 1910 are in the database including
surname, given name, maiden name, date of publication, date of death,
religion, age and place of publication.


3     Lodges ? Members of diverse Lodges 1785-1931
        approximately 12,000 new records

Members of various Johannis Lodges were added in Berlin, Munich, Erlangen,
Nuremberg, Hannover, Mannheim, Frankfurt, Breslau, Kassel, Stuttgart,
Wiesbaden, Hanau am Main, Heilbronn, Beuthen, Leipzig, Dortmund, and
Hamburg, as well as B´nai B´rith Lodges in Prag, Kattowitz, Posen, Bielitz,
Kraukau, Lemberg, Koenigshütte, Warschau, Przemysl, Lodsch, Stanislawow and
Berlin.  Not only surname and given name are listed, but also, among other
things and depending on the lodge, profession, address of the work place,
the private address, when member registered, as well as the date of death of
already deceased members.  You will find all back issues in the help phase
at GenTeam.

Traude Triebel
2700 Wr.Neustadt
Austria

Moderator: Please direct inqueries to Traude.


Recommendations, hire tour guide or genealogist? #hungary

Jake Jacobs
 

Looking for recommendations/experiences touring Hungary and Romania with an expert. Would you
recommend hiring a genealogist or a tour guide? Would you recommend two experts (one Hungarian, one
Romanian), or just one?

Would like someone knowledgeable about Jewish history in the area. Plan to visit Budapest (mother's birthplace and visit to rabbinic school, which g'grandfather attended); Erdobenye (Zemplin district), g'father's birthplace; Celldomolk (g'grandfather lived here); Somoskoujfalu,birthplace of g
g'grandfather; and Arad, Romania (birthplace of g'grandparents).

May reply privately, if you wish. Thanks so much!

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas
jake6621 at hotmail dot com

Moderator: General recommendations should be sent to the list but if you have suggestions re. specific
guides or researchers, please contact Diane off-list.


Museum of Sub-Carpathia Jewish History #hungary

Marshall Katz
 

Dear Sub-Carpathia researchers,

A generous benefactor >from Sub-Carpathia is establishing a "Museum of
Sub-Carpathia Jewish History" in Berehove (Beregszasz) and will be
canvassing
the residents of Sub-Carpathia today for items left behind by the Jews,
after the deportations in 1944, and by the survivors who emigrated,
post-1945.
This includes religious items found in former synagogues and prayer houses
in the towns and villages.

Accordingly, I wanted to inform all Jewishgen Sub-Carpathia researchers of
this noteworthy initiative in case you have something, >from your
Sub-Carpathian family, that you might like to contribute to memorialize
your
relatives.

My father was part of the U.S. Army unit that liberated one of the
concentration camps where many Hungarian Jews---survivors of the death
march---were interned, and I will be donating what he brought home, i.e.,
a striped
"lager" (camp) uniform, camp photos and a "sefer" (religious book) written
by
a Sub-Carpathian rabbi >from Beregszasz.

Coincidentally, my father's first cousin was interned in this camp and
they missed each other by one day, the cousin having returned to his
hometown,
Klyucharki, near Mukacheve. The Cold War prevented them >from meeting
until 1993, when his cousin immigrated to the USA after Ukraine declared
its
independence >from the former Soviet Union and he had retired >from his job
in
Berehove.

Any questions, you can contact me off list.

Very respectfully,
Marshall KATZ
Sub-Carpathia SIG coordinator


Hungary SIG #Hungary Recommendations, hire tour guide or genealogist? #hungary

Jake Jacobs
 

Looking for recommendations/experiences touring Hungary and Romania with an expert. Would you
recommend hiring a genealogist or a tour guide? Would you recommend two experts (one Hungarian, one
Romanian), or just one?

Would like someone knowledgeable about Jewish history in the area. Plan to visit Budapest (mother's birthplace and visit to rabbinic school, which g'grandfather attended); Erdobenye (Zemplin district), g'father's birthplace; Celldomolk (g'grandfather lived here); Somoskoujfalu,birthplace of g
g'grandfather; and Arad, Romania (birthplace of g'grandparents).

May reply privately, if you wish. Thanks so much!

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas
jake6621 at hotmail dot com

Moderator: General recommendations should be sent to the list but if you have suggestions re. specific
guides or researchers, please contact Diane off-list.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Museum of Sub-Carpathia Jewish History #hungary

Marshall Katz
 

Dear Sub-Carpathia researchers,

A generous benefactor >from Sub-Carpathia is establishing a "Museum of
Sub-Carpathia Jewish History" in Berehove (Beregszasz) and will be
canvassing
the residents of Sub-Carpathia today for items left behind by the Jews,
after the deportations in 1944, and by the survivors who emigrated,
post-1945.
This includes religious items found in former synagogues and prayer houses
in the towns and villages.

Accordingly, I wanted to inform all Jewishgen Sub-Carpathia researchers of
this noteworthy initiative in case you have something, >from your
Sub-Carpathian family, that you might like to contribute to memorialize
your
relatives.

My father was part of the U.S. Army unit that liberated one of the
concentration camps where many Hungarian Jews---survivors of the death
march---were interned, and I will be donating what he brought home, i.e.,
a striped
"lager" (camp) uniform, camp photos and a "sefer" (religious book) written
by
a Sub-Carpathian rabbi >from Beregszasz.

Coincidentally, my father's first cousin was interned in this camp and
they missed each other by one day, the cousin having returned to his
hometown,
Klyucharki, near Mukacheve. The Cold War prevented them >from meeting
until 1993, when his cousin immigrated to the USA after Ukraine declared
its
independence >from the former Soviet Union and he had retired >from his job
in
Berehove.

Any questions, you can contact me off list.

Very respectfully,
Marshall KATZ
Sub-Carpathia SIG coordinator


Gemuenden (Hunnsrueck)-BOOK CITE #germany

Paul King
 

On 15 December 2012, Wolfgang Fritzsche, prof. Genealogist Mainz provided
the adoption list for various towns including Gemuenden (in the Hunnsrueck
area of the Rhineland).

For anyone interested in the Gemuenden names, the supplement study on
"The Gemuenden Families" in ">from the Rhineland to Wisconsin"
by John Henry Richter (1990) is an excellent source for comparison
and identification of Jewish Gemuenden residents born before 1808.

I have not checked but it might be accessible on-line through the NY
Leo Baeck Institute data banks under the John Henry Richter fond.

Prof. Fritzche's posting is

www.a-h-b.de/AHB/Listen/Kirchberg.htm

Paul King, Jerusalem pauledking@...

Seeking STRAUSS in Brauneberg, Bernkastel, Muelheim (Middle Mosel, Rhineland)


German SIG #Germany Gemuenden (Hunnsrueck)-BOOK CITE #germany

Paul King
 

On 15 December 2012, Wolfgang Fritzsche, prof. Genealogist Mainz provided
the adoption list for various towns including Gemuenden (in the Hunnsrueck
area of the Rhineland).

For anyone interested in the Gemuenden names, the supplement study on
"The Gemuenden Families" in ">from the Rhineland to Wisconsin"
by John Henry Richter (1990) is an excellent source for comparison
and identification of Jewish Gemuenden residents born before 1808.

I have not checked but it might be accessible on-line through the NY
Leo Baeck Institute data banks under the John Henry Richter fond.

Prof. Fritzche's posting is

www.a-h-b.de/AHB/Listen/Kirchberg.htm

Paul King, Jerusalem pauledking@...

Seeking STRAUSS in Brauneberg, Bernkastel, Muelheim (Middle Mosel, Rhineland)


Museum of Sub-Carpathia Jewish History #ukraine

Marshall Katz
 

Dear Sub-Carpathia researchers,

A generous benefactor >from Sub-Carpathia is establishing a "Museum of
Sub-Carpathia Jewish History" in Berehove (Beregszasz) and will be
canvassing
the residents of Sub-Carpathia today for items left behind by the Jews,
after the deportations in 1944, and by the survivors who emigrated,
post-1945.
This includes religious items found in former synagogues and prayer houses
in the towns and villages.

Accordingly, I wanted to inform all Jewishgen Sub-Carpathia researchers of
this noteworthy initiative in case you have something, >from your
Sub-Carpathian family, that you might like to contribute to memorialize
your
relatives.

My father was part of the U.S. Army unit that liberated one of the
concentration camps where many Hungarian Jews---survivors of the death
march---were interned, and I will be donating what he brought home, i.e.,
a striped
"lager" (camp) uniform, camp photos and a "sefer" (religious book) written
by
a Sub-Carpathian rabbi >from Beregszasz.

Coincidentally, my father's first cousin was interned in this camp and
they missed each other by one day, the cousin having returned to his
hometown,
Klyucharki, near Mukacheve. The Cold War prevented them >from meeting
until 1993, when his cousin immigrated to the USA after Ukraine declared
its
independence >from the former Soviet Union and he had retired >from his job
in
Berehove.

Any questions, you can contact me off list.

Very respectfully,
Marshall KATZ
Sub-Carpathia SIG coordinator


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Museum of Sub-Carpathia Jewish History #ukraine

Marshall Katz
 

Dear Sub-Carpathia researchers,

A generous benefactor >from Sub-Carpathia is establishing a "Museum of
Sub-Carpathia Jewish History" in Berehove (Beregszasz) and will be
canvassing
the residents of Sub-Carpathia today for items left behind by the Jews,
after the deportations in 1944, and by the survivors who emigrated,
post-1945.
This includes religious items found in former synagogues and prayer houses
in the towns and villages.

Accordingly, I wanted to inform all Jewishgen Sub-Carpathia researchers of
this noteworthy initiative in case you have something, >from your
Sub-Carpathian family, that you might like to contribute to memorialize
your
relatives.

My father was part of the U.S. Army unit that liberated one of the
concentration camps where many Hungarian Jews---survivors of the death
march---were interned, and I will be donating what he brought home, i.e.,
a striped
"lager" (camp) uniform, camp photos and a "sefer" (religious book) written
by
a Sub-Carpathian rabbi >from Beregszasz.

Coincidentally, my father's first cousin was interned in this camp and
they missed each other by one day, the cousin having returned to his
hometown,
Klyucharki, near Mukacheve. The Cold War prevented them >from meeting
until 1993, when his cousin immigrated to the USA after Ukraine declared
its
independence >from the former Soviet Union and he had retired >from his job
in
Berehove.

Any questions, you can contact me off list.

Very respectfully,
Marshall KATZ
Sub-Carpathia SIG coordinator


Tarnow #galicia

Indy Rebhun
 

Hi,

I am new to the group (took a 12 year break >from research).

I was in Tarnow, Poland on March of the Living in April, 2012.

I have a lot of pictures and videos if anyone is interested.

Indy Rebhun
Outside Los Angeles, CA USA
rebspec@...

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond to Indy privately.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Tarnow #galicia

Indy Rebhun
 

Hi,

I am new to the group (took a 12 year break >from research).

I was in Tarnow, Poland on March of the Living in April, 2012.

I have a lot of pictures and videos if anyone is interested.

Indy Rebhun
Outside Los Angeles, CA USA
rebspec@...

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond to Indy privately.


Rzeszow - Remembering Klara Ma'ayan z"l, Rzeszow Landsmanshaft #galicia

Marian Rubin
 

I have recently learned of the death of Klara Minzberg Ma'ayan at the
age of 96, in October 2011, in Tel Aviv. Mrs. Ma'ayan was, for many
years, president of the Rzeszow (Reisha, in Yiddish) Landsmanshaft.
Rzeszow (pronounced zhe-shuf) was in the former province of Galicia.
Mrs. Ma'ayan was born in Rzeszow, and was a Holocaust survivor.

Mrs. Ma'ayan's extraordinary devotion to preserving the memory of
the lost Rzeszow Jewish community took several forms. Mrs. Ma'ayan
maintained contact with hundreds of former residents of Rzeszow,
both survivors and those who had emigrated before the War, in Israel,
Europe, Australia, Canada, the United States and South America. She
welcomed visitors to her home and put people in touch with cousins
and friends when contact had been lost. I met a previously unknown
cousin due to Klara's knowledge of his family.

She arranged at least three gatherings of the Landsmanshaft,
attended by former Rzeszowers then living in Israel and around the
world. For the last gathering, in 2000, Mrs. Ma'ayan arranged to have
the former mayor of Rzeszow, then a senator, travel to Israel for the
event, and he was a guest at a dinner in her home. The grandson of
Rzeszow's last rabbi, Nathan Lewin, read >from his grandfather's book
at a ceremony at Beth Hatefutsoth.

Mrs. Ma'ayan was a member of the Editorial Board for the Rzeszow
Yizkor book, written in 1967. In 2000, she gladly gave her signed
permission to JewishGen to have the Yizkor book translated into
English as part of JewishGen's Yizkor Book Translation project.

Mrs. Ma'ayan maintained relationships with various non-Jewish
residents of Rzeszow, enabling her and other Landsmanshaft
members to plan a memorial site in the Glogow Woods, site of mass
graves for Jews of Rzeszow and nearby towns who were murdered
there by the Germans. The mayor of Rzeszow, other officials and
academics cooperated with the Landsmanshaft in building a beautiful
memorial site. The ceremony dedicating the site took place in June
1995, with approximately 200 attendees, including former residents
of Rzeszow and their children, then living around the world. Speakers,
in addition to Mrs. Ma'ayan and other former Reisha residents,
included the mayor of Rzeszow and a Catholic priest. A Polish Army
band played somber music.

When I met Klara in 1994, she immediately brought me into the
Rzeszow family by introducing me to many of the Landsmanshaft
members. She became my mentor and teacher about the Rzeszow
Jewish Community. I am saddened by our loss.

Marian Rubin
The Rzeszow Research Group


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Rzeszow - Remembering Klara Ma'ayan z"l, Rzeszow Landsmanshaft #galicia

Marian Rubin
 

I have recently learned of the death of Klara Minzberg Ma'ayan at the
age of 96, in October 2011, in Tel Aviv. Mrs. Ma'ayan was, for many
years, president of the Rzeszow (Reisha, in Yiddish) Landsmanshaft.
Rzeszow (pronounced zhe-shuf) was in the former province of Galicia.
Mrs. Ma'ayan was born in Rzeszow, and was a Holocaust survivor.

Mrs. Ma'ayan's extraordinary devotion to preserving the memory of
the lost Rzeszow Jewish community took several forms. Mrs. Ma'ayan
maintained contact with hundreds of former residents of Rzeszow,
both survivors and those who had emigrated before the War, in Israel,
Europe, Australia, Canada, the United States and South America. She
welcomed visitors to her home and put people in touch with cousins
and friends when contact had been lost. I met a previously unknown
cousin due to Klara's knowledge of his family.

She arranged at least three gatherings of the Landsmanshaft,
attended by former Rzeszowers then living in Israel and around the
world. For the last gathering, in 2000, Mrs. Ma'ayan arranged to have
the former mayor of Rzeszow, then a senator, travel to Israel for the
event, and he was a guest at a dinner in her home. The grandson of
Rzeszow's last rabbi, Nathan Lewin, read >from his grandfather's book
at a ceremony at Beth Hatefutsoth.

Mrs. Ma'ayan was a member of the Editorial Board for the Rzeszow
Yizkor book, written in 1967. In 2000, she gladly gave her signed
permission to JewishGen to have the Yizkor book translated into
English as part of JewishGen's Yizkor Book Translation project.

Mrs. Ma'ayan maintained relationships with various non-Jewish
residents of Rzeszow, enabling her and other Landsmanshaft
members to plan a memorial site in the Glogow Woods, site of mass
graves for Jews of Rzeszow and nearby towns who were murdered
there by the Germans. The mayor of Rzeszow, other officials and
academics cooperated with the Landsmanshaft in building a beautiful
memorial site. The ceremony dedicating the site took place in June
1995, with approximately 200 attendees, including former residents
of Rzeszow and their children, then living around the world. Speakers,
in addition to Mrs. Ma'ayan and other former Reisha residents,
included the mayor of Rzeszow and a Catholic priest. A Polish Army
band played somber music.

When I met Klara in 1994, she immediately brought me into the
Rzeszow family by introducing me to many of the Landsmanshaft
members. She became my mentor and teacher about the Rzeszow
Jewish Community. I am saddened by our loss.

Marian Rubin
The Rzeszow Research Group


Need Suggestions Regarding Finding Records for a Newly Found Fall River, MA Family #general

Linda Shefler
 

Dear Wise Ones! I come to you with a problem that really shouldn't be a
problem at all, but should be pretty straightforward!!

A little background; I've been researching my NULMAN family for close to
30 years. They immigrated around the turn of the century and settled
mainly in Fall River, MA and Providence, RI. While I do occasionally find
some new documents, for the most part, the family is quite complete. A
couple of days ago I checked the FHL site to see if there were any newly
uploaded documents pertaining to my family and I was surprised to find
both birth and death records for an unnamed male NULMAN and for Schmoel
NULMAN. It appears they were twins, born 26 Jun 1912. The unnamed twin
died the same day. These twins were the babies of John and Rose (nee
SAVITSKY) NULMAN of Fall River.

I was rather floored as I'd never heard of either John or Rose before. I
have so much documentation for the NULMAN family, how could I not have
anything for them? I went looking for additional records for them on
Ancestry and only found the 1940 census. Rose (1885) was a widow living
with three sons: William (1913), Benjamin (1915) and Morris (1917). They
were still living in Fall River in 1940.

For the life of me I cannot find any additional records for any of them!
There are no birth records for the three additional sons, no WWI
registration for John, no census records prior to 1940, no city directory
records, no death records for John, Rose or any of the sons, no records in
the Fish Road Cemetery where most of the NULMANs were buried, no WWII
registrations for the sons. Nothing at all that I can find! I've found
records for the family under NULMAN, NEWLMAN, NOLLMAN, NULMANN.

It might be that something is staring me right in the face and Išm missing
it, so if anyone has any suggestions as to where else to look for this
elusive family, please let me know. I would really appreciate some help
here!

Many thanks and a great week to everyone.
Linda Silverman Shefler
San Francisco Bay Area
linda.shefler@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need Suggestions Regarding Finding Records for a Newly Found Fall River, MA Family #general

Linda Shefler
 

Dear Wise Ones! I come to you with a problem that really shouldn't be a
problem at all, but should be pretty straightforward!!

A little background; I've been researching my NULMAN family for close to
30 years. They immigrated around the turn of the century and settled
mainly in Fall River, MA and Providence, RI. While I do occasionally find
some new documents, for the most part, the family is quite complete. A
couple of days ago I checked the FHL site to see if there were any newly
uploaded documents pertaining to my family and I was surprised to find
both birth and death records for an unnamed male NULMAN and for Schmoel
NULMAN. It appears they were twins, born 26 Jun 1912. The unnamed twin
died the same day. These twins were the babies of John and Rose (nee
SAVITSKY) NULMAN of Fall River.

I was rather floored as I'd never heard of either John or Rose before. I
have so much documentation for the NULMAN family, how could I not have
anything for them? I went looking for additional records for them on
Ancestry and only found the 1940 census. Rose (1885) was a widow living
with three sons: William (1913), Benjamin (1915) and Morris (1917). They
were still living in Fall River in 1940.

For the life of me I cannot find any additional records for any of them!
There are no birth records for the three additional sons, no WWI
registration for John, no census records prior to 1940, no city directory
records, no death records for John, Rose or any of the sons, no records in
the Fish Road Cemetery where most of the NULMANs were buried, no WWII
registrations for the sons. Nothing at all that I can find! I've found
records for the family under NULMAN, NEWLMAN, NOLLMAN, NULMANN.

It might be that something is staring me right in the face and Išm missing
it, so if anyone has any suggestions as to where else to look for this
elusive family, please let me know. I would really appreciate some help
here!

Many thanks and a great week to everyone.
Linda Silverman Shefler
San Francisco Bay Area
linda.shefler@...


update at www.GenTeam.at #general

Traude Triebel
 

New at www.GenTeam.at

1 New: Waehring IKG cemetery (Jewish Community Cemetery) 1784-1879
approximately 29,000 burials
2 Obituaries of Pester Lloyd: the gap between 1888-1890 closed
3 Lodges - approximate 12,000 entries were added

1 New Database: Waehring Jewish Community (IKG) Cemetery 1784-1879
Approximately 29,000 Entries

Mrs. Traude Triebel reviewed the death registries of the Jewish Community
(IKG). In this database you will find surnames and given names, along with
the maiden name of women, their husband's name, marital status, city and
country of origin, profession, age, date of death, date of interment,
information of the parents, place of death and address.

2 Obituaries Pester Lloyd: The Gap of 1888-1890 is closed

Mr.Georg Gaugusch has reviewed and completed the database of the obituaries
of Pester Lloyd in Budapest between 1888 und 1890; thus, all obituaries of
the Pester Lloyd, between 1878 and 1910 are in the database including
surname, given name, maiden name, date of publication, date of death,
religion, age and place of publication.

3 Lodges - Members of diverse Lodges 1785-1931
approximately 12,000 new records

Members of various Johannis Lodges were added in Berlin, Munich, Erlangen,
Nuremberg, Hannover, Mannheim, Frankfurt, Breslau, Kassel, Stuttgart,
Wiesbaden, Hanau am Main, Heilbronn, Beuthen, Leipzig, Dortmund, and
Hamburg, as well as B´nai B´rith Lodges in Prag, Kattowitz, Posen, Bielitz,
Kraukau, Lemberg, Koenigshütte, Warschau, Przemysl, Lodsch, Stanislawow and
Berlin. Not only surname and given name are listed, but also, among other
things and depending on the lodge, profession, address of the work place,
the private address, when member registered, as well as the date of death of
already deceased members. You will find all back issues in the help phase
at GenTeam.

Traude Triebel
2700 Wr.Neustadt
Austria


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen update at www.GenTeam.at #general

Traude Triebel
 

New at www.GenTeam.at

1 New: Waehring IKG cemetery (Jewish Community Cemetery) 1784-1879
approximately 29,000 burials
2 Obituaries of Pester Lloyd: the gap between 1888-1890 closed
3 Lodges - approximate 12,000 entries were added

1 New Database: Waehring Jewish Community (IKG) Cemetery 1784-1879
Approximately 29,000 Entries

Mrs. Traude Triebel reviewed the death registries of the Jewish Community
(IKG). In this database you will find surnames and given names, along with
the maiden name of women, their husband's name, marital status, city and
country of origin, profession, age, date of death, date of interment,
information of the parents, place of death and address.

2 Obituaries Pester Lloyd: The Gap of 1888-1890 is closed

Mr.Georg Gaugusch has reviewed and completed the database of the obituaries
of Pester Lloyd in Budapest between 1888 und 1890; thus, all obituaries of
the Pester Lloyd, between 1878 and 1910 are in the database including
surname, given name, maiden name, date of publication, date of death,
religion, age and place of publication.

3 Lodges - Members of diverse Lodges 1785-1931
approximately 12,000 new records

Members of various Johannis Lodges were added in Berlin, Munich, Erlangen,
Nuremberg, Hannover, Mannheim, Frankfurt, Breslau, Kassel, Stuttgart,
Wiesbaden, Hanau am Main, Heilbronn, Beuthen, Leipzig, Dortmund, and
Hamburg, as well as B´nai B´rith Lodges in Prag, Kattowitz, Posen, Bielitz,
Kraukau, Lemberg, Koenigshütte, Warschau, Przemysl, Lodsch, Stanislawow and
Berlin. Not only surname and given name are listed, but also, among other
things and depending on the lodge, profession, address of the work place,
the private address, when member registered, as well as the date of death of
already deceased members. You will find all back issues in the help phase
at GenTeam.

Traude Triebel
2700 Wr.Neustadt
Austria


making a map with pins for ancestors #general

Judi Wagner
 

Is there a way to make a map and put in pins with names and coordinates
for all the places and family names that our ancestors lived in?
It is a great way to see how all the families involved lived and moved
within a certain area across lines that changed as countries and names
changed
Anyone have any experience with this?
Thank you

Judi WAGNER
Researching KISILEVSKIJ Novaya Priluka Ukraine, BRODY Berdichev Ukraine,
WEINSTEIN/VAYNSHTEYN Khotin Ukraine, HIRSCHFELD Hodod Romania, KLEIN
Satoraljaujhely, Hungary, RECHTER/RICHTER Dolina, Poland HALPERN Cisow
and Bolechow, Poland, WAGNER Warsaw, Poland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen making a map with pins for ancestors #general

Judi Wagner
 

Is there a way to make a map and put in pins with names and coordinates
for all the places and family names that our ancestors lived in?
It is a great way to see how all the families involved lived and moved
within a certain area across lines that changed as countries and names
changed
Anyone have any experience with this?
Thank you

Judi WAGNER
Researching KISILEVSKIJ Novaya Priluka Ukraine, BRODY Berdichev Ukraine,
WEINSTEIN/VAYNSHTEYN Khotin Ukraine, HIRSCHFELD Hodod Romania, KLEIN
Satoraljaujhely, Hungary, RECHTER/RICHTER Dolina, Poland HALPERN Cisow
and Bolechow, Poland, WAGNER Warsaw, Poland