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Budapest inhabitants 1940-1944 #hungary

Peter Zimmer <Zimmer-Luedinghausen@...>
 

Can anybody tell me if there exists a list of Budapest inhabitants of the yrars 1940 to 1944 and if there is a list or register how I can get access to it.
Peter Zimmer
Muenster
Germany


Hungary SIG #Hungary Budapest inhabitants 1940-1944 #hungary

Peter Zimmer <Zimmer-Luedinghausen@...>
 

Can anybody tell me if there exists a list of Budapest inhabitants of the yrars 1940 to 1944 and if there is a list or register how I can get access to it.
Peter Zimmer
Muenster
Germany


corrections to INTRO---OPPENHEIMER, GOLDSCHMITT, SAMUEL, KAYYEL ... #germany

j stedman <jrn33@...>
 

It has been kindly pointed out to me that in Germany, Sally was a Jewish
man's name, short for Salomon, and the GOLDSCHMIDTs lived not at Gedern,
Hessen, but at Dreisen, Rheinland Pfalz. Also, Weitersweiler is near Dreisen.

Thank You, Jon Stedman, Denton, TX <jrn33@hotmail.com>


German SIG #Germany corrections to INTRO---OPPENHEIMER, GOLDSCHMITT, SAMUEL, KAYYEL ... #germany

j stedman <jrn33@...>
 

It has been kindly pointed out to me that in Germany, Sally was a Jewish
man's name, short for Salomon, and the GOLDSCHMIDTs lived not at Gedern,
Hessen, but at Dreisen, Rheinland Pfalz. Also, Weitersweiler is near Dreisen.

Thank You, Jon Stedman, Denton, TX <jrn33@hotmail.com>


Yehoash or Heibish #lithuania

Chaim freedman
 

I am trying to trace families which had the rare Hebrew firstname Yehoash.
In most cases the name underwent a transition to Heibish, Hoibish. In
Russian records it appears as Gevush. In Polish records it appears as
Hovsha, although I am not entirely convinced that the same form may have
been used for Yehoshua.

In particular one of my wife's ancestors appears in the 1816 Revision List
for Ludza (Lutzin): Shmuel Super (born 1781) with the patronymic Gevush. He
had a son Yankel-Heibish born 1834 and a grandson Yosef-Yehoash born about
1835.

There is a tradition that the family Super were Soferim and may have
originated in Vilna or Linkuva. In Ludza they were also Liquor dealers
and butchers.

I have searched the 18th Vilna censuses (thanks to David
Hoffman's Jewish Family History Foundation) and whilst I
have found several Howshas, none suits the family configuration,
particularly in association with another common family name Tuviah
(variously Tevel, Guttman, Guta).

I would like to hear >from anyone in the Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus regions
who may have some connection with these names.

Chaim Freedman
Petah Tikvah, Israel
chaimjan@zahav.net.il


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Yehoash or Heibish #lithuania

Chaim freedman
 

I am trying to trace families which had the rare Hebrew firstname Yehoash.
In most cases the name underwent a transition to Heibish, Hoibish. In
Russian records it appears as Gevush. In Polish records it appears as
Hovsha, although I am not entirely convinced that the same form may have
been used for Yehoshua.

In particular one of my wife's ancestors appears in the 1816 Revision List
for Ludza (Lutzin): Shmuel Super (born 1781) with the patronymic Gevush. He
had a son Yankel-Heibish born 1834 and a grandson Yosef-Yehoash born about
1835.

There is a tradition that the family Super were Soferim and may have
originated in Vilna or Linkuva. In Ludza they were also Liquor dealers
and butchers.

I have searched the 18th Vilna censuses (thanks to David
Hoffman's Jewish Family History Foundation) and whilst I
have found several Howshas, none suits the family configuration,
particularly in association with another common family name Tuviah
(variously Tevel, Guttman, Guta).

I would like to hear >from anyone in the Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus regions
who may have some connection with these names.

Chaim Freedman
Petah Tikvah, Israel
chaimjan@zahav.net.il


Re: Jewish Family Reunion made Possible Through Home Movies #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Eli - Coincidentally, I've just read an article in today's Sun Sentinel, entitled
History Mystery - written by Staff Correspondent Nick Bogert, who is also a
reporter for WTVJ-Ch 6 in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
It is the very article you mention - covering the story of the brother and sister
who were reunited after 15 years.
However, included in the background of the story is information about "the Florida
Moving Image Archive, where people have been bringing their own family movies,
which are preserved and made available to scholars, researchers and filmmakers".

In a recent message in the Discussion Group a JewishGenner asked the question
about what to do with family files, etc. after she was gone. The article is a
typical example of solving her quandary!

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
President Emerita, JGSPBCI
FL

Steve Davidson, a friend and fellow film archivist (and Director of the Florida
Moving Image Archive in Miami), has a very interesting story about a Jewish
family in Southern Florida reunited by a stranger's discovery of a trove of
family items, including home movies, in their garage. *snip*
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/features/lifestyle/sfl-lihistoryjun24,0,6862249.
story

Elias Savada
Bethesda MD
esavada@mac.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Jewish Family Reunion made Possible Through Home Movies #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Eli - Coincidentally, I've just read an article in today's Sun Sentinel, entitled
History Mystery - written by Staff Correspondent Nick Bogert, who is also a
reporter for WTVJ-Ch 6 in Miami-Dade County, Florida.
It is the very article you mention - covering the story of the brother and sister
who were reunited after 15 years.
However, included in the background of the story is information about "the Florida
Moving Image Archive, where people have been bringing their own family movies,
which are preserved and made available to scholars, researchers and filmmakers".

In a recent message in the Discussion Group a JewishGenner asked the question
about what to do with family files, etc. after she was gone. The article is a
typical example of solving her quandary!

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
President Emerita, JGSPBCI
FL

Steve Davidson, a friend and fellow film archivist (and Director of the Florida
Moving Image Archive in Miami), has a very interesting story about a Jewish
family in Southern Florida reunited by a stranger's discovery of a trove of
family items, including home movies, in their garage. *snip*
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/features/lifestyle/sfl-lihistoryjun24,0,6862249.
story

Elias Savada
Bethesda MD
esavada@mac.com


Searching for Vivian GOLDMAN from Chicago #general

Felicia P. Zieff <tzippy_chs@...>
 

I am looking for Vivian Goldman, born in 1959 in Chicago. If you can help, please
contact me.

Sincerely,

Felicia P. Zieff
Chicago
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your own listings up to date.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for Vivian GOLDMAN from Chicago #general

Felicia P. Zieff <tzippy_chs@...>
 

I am looking for Vivian Goldman, born in 1959 in Chicago. If you can help, please
contact me.

Sincerely,

Felicia P. Zieff
Chicago
***
MODERATOR NOTE: One of JewishGen's most heavily visited sites is the JewishGen
Family Finder (JGFF) and family connections are being made more and more
frequently. If you have not already done so, please log onto
www.jewishgen.org/jgff and using the ENTER/MODIFY procedure enter and register
all the surnames of interest to your family research. As you learn about more
names and places of origin, they can always be added, but only **you** can keep
your own listings up to date.


Small Russian Translation Job to Complete Shtetl Co-Op Project! #general

Alan Glixman
 

Dear group

The JRI-Poland Shtetl Co-Op project for Pabianice, near Lodz, has only a small
number of Russian records left to translate.

Is any kind group member willing to translate only 6 index pages (about 20 names
per page) ?

Once we do this we will have finished extracting names >from all of the approx.
2300 records >from 1831 through to 1870.

If you can help or if you would like to know more about this project, then please
contact me at alan.glixman@optusnet.com.au.

Regards

Alan Glixman, Sydney, Australia
Pabianice Shtetl Co-Op Coordinator

Researching in Poland:
GLIKSMAN (Praszka, Pabianice & Warsaw); ZYLBERSZTEJN (Pabianice & Pilica);
LICHTENSTEIN (Plock); EPSZTAJN (Zarki); HEYMAN and KON (Praszka & Wielun);
SZTYLLER (Praszka); HONIGSTOCK (Krosno); and CHAZAN, MONTAG, LAPP, BROKMAN
... and the town OPATOWEK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Small Russian Translation Job to Complete Shtetl Co-Op Project! #general

Alan Glixman
 

Dear group

The JRI-Poland Shtetl Co-Op project for Pabianice, near Lodz, has only a small
number of Russian records left to translate.

Is any kind group member willing to translate only 6 index pages (about 20 names
per page) ?

Once we do this we will have finished extracting names >from all of the approx.
2300 records >from 1831 through to 1870.

If you can help or if you would like to know more about this project, then please
contact me at alan.glixman@optusnet.com.au.

Regards

Alan Glixman, Sydney, Australia
Pabianice Shtetl Co-Op Coordinator

Researching in Poland:
GLIKSMAN (Praszka, Pabianice & Warsaw); ZYLBERSZTEJN (Pabianice & Pilica);
LICHTENSTEIN (Plock); EPSZTAJN (Zarki); HEYMAN and KON (Praszka & Wielun);
SZTYLLER (Praszka); HONIGSTOCK (Krosno); and CHAZAN, MONTAG, LAPP, BROKMAN
... and the town OPATOWEK


Re: Zivilstandsregister at the Mormon Library - RESEARCH NOTE #germany

Ernest Kallmann <kallmann.ernest@...>
 

The "film notes" in the FHL catalog show that the main part of the 7
reels is marriage records (Eheprotokolle). Births are noted only for two
periods of two years each. There are also "miscellaneous" (Verschiedene)
records.

The mention Zivilstandsregister seems to point at records made by a
civil (i.e. non-religious) authority. On the right bank of the Rhine,
this could only be the local nobleman owning Meerholz, if any. Usually
the word Zivilstand is limited to the left Rhine bank, where the French
occupation and temporary annexation >from 1798 to 1815 introduced civil
vital event recording. >from 1812 or so on, civil recording of the Jews
on the right bank was performed by he local Christian priest on special
registers, usually identified by "Jewish records" in the catalog, but
not always spotted by the filming squad.

My suggestion : try with one reel, according to the time frame you are
interested in.

Ernest Kallmann Suburban Paris, France <kallmann.ernest@wanadoo.fr>


German SIG #Germany Re: Zivilstandsregister at the Mormon Library - RESEARCH NOTE #germany

Ernest Kallmann <kallmann.ernest@...>
 

The "film notes" in the FHL catalog show that the main part of the 7
reels is marriage records (Eheprotokolle). Births are noted only for two
periods of two years each. There are also "miscellaneous" (Verschiedene)
records.

The mention Zivilstandsregister seems to point at records made by a
civil (i.e. non-religious) authority. On the right bank of the Rhine,
this could only be the local nobleman owning Meerholz, if any. Usually
the word Zivilstand is limited to the left Rhine bank, where the French
occupation and temporary annexation >from 1798 to 1815 introduced civil
vital event recording. >from 1812 or so on, civil recording of the Jews
on the right bank was performed by he local Christian priest on special
registers, usually identified by "Jewish records" in the catalog, but
not always spotted by the filming squad.

My suggestion : try with one reel, according to the time frame you are
interested in.

Ernest Kallmann Suburban Paris, France <kallmann.ernest@wanadoo.fr>


Small Russian translation job to complete Shtetl Co-Op Project! #poland

Alan Glixman
 

Dear group

The JRI-Poland Shtetl Co-Op project for Pabianice, near Lodz, has only a
small number of Russian records left to translate.

Is any kind group member willing to translate only 6 index pages (about 20
names per page) ?

Once we do this we will have finished extracting names >from all of the
approx. 2300 records >from 1831 through to 1870.

If you can help or if you would like to know more about this project, then
please contact me at alan.glixman@optusnet.com.au.

Regards

Alan Glixman, Sydney, Australia
Pabianice Shtetl Co-Op Coordinator

Researching in Poland:
GLIKSMAN (Praszka, Pabianice & Warsaw);
ZYLBERSZTEJN (Pabianice & Pilica);
LICHTENSTEIN (Plock); EPSZTAJN (Zarki);
HEYMAN and KON (Praszka & Wielun);
SZTYLLER (Praszka); HONIGSTOCK (Krosno);
and CHAZAN, MONTAG, LAPP, BROKMAN
... and the town OPATOWEK.


[jri-pl] JRI-Poland Introduces Express Service for Ordering Records #scandinavia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

This might also be of interest to some Scandinavia Genners:

Some researchers ordering records using the Shopping Basket Order
System http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/neworder.htm may be willing
to pay a premium for fast service. For these researchers, Jewish
Records Indexing - Poland and the Polish State Archives (PSA)
have launched an Express Service for ordering records using the
JRI-Poland Shopping Basket order system. This Service is
currently available >from three Archive branches participating in
a Pilot Project - Bialystok, Lomza, and Lublin.

Express Service enables researchers who need records quickly
(within a week) to acquire them at a premium price. Only records
that are currently available through the JRI-Poland Shopping
Basket order system can be ordered using Express Service.

Express Service orders must be placed by FAX with payment only by
Credit Card (VISA and MasterCard). The Archives will scan the
records and the images will be sent to researchers via email.

For more information about this Service and the ordering
procedure, please access the JRI-Poland webpage at
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/express.htm.

All questions about Express Service should be directed to the
JRI-Poland Order Processing Center at
orderqueries@jri-poland.org.

Mark Halpern
JRI-Poland Order Processing Coordinator


Visit the JRI-Poland web site at www.jri-poland.org
Post messages to <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is an independent non-profit U.S.
tax-exempt organization and is hosted by JewishGen.

JRI-Poland indexing initiatives are funded by your contributions. To
support JRI-Poland and its many individual projects - such as indexing of
records >from your ancestral town - please send your checks - marked with
the town name or project for which the money is being donated - to:
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, c/o Sheila Salo, Treasurer,5607
Greenleaf Rd., Cheverly, MD20785 or pay by Visa or MasterCard at:
<http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/visa.htm>
Good luck!

---------------------------------------
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's
SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://home.worldonline.dk/~epaikin/
mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk
---------------------------------------


Re: [jri-pl] JRI-Poland Introduces Express Service for Ordering Records #scandinavia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

A correction to the previous message:

Yesterday, I made an announcement about the new Express ordering
service and said this service applied to three Polish State
Archives (PSA) branches. Although JRI-Poland and PSA have every
intention of including Lomza in this Pilot program, I was
premature in announcing their inclusion.

At the current time only Bialystok and Lublin are included in the
Pilot program. Lomza will be added at a later date and this will
be announced on this forum.

Mark Halpern
JRI-Poland Order Processing Coordinator
---------------------------------------
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's
SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://home.worldonline.dk/~epaikin/
mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk
---------------------------------------


JRI Poland #Poland Small Russian translation job to complete Shtetl Co-Op Project! #poland

Alan Glixman
 

Dear group

The JRI-Poland Shtetl Co-Op project for Pabianice, near Lodz, has only a
small number of Russian records left to translate.

Is any kind group member willing to translate only 6 index pages (about 20
names per page) ?

Once we do this we will have finished extracting names >from all of the
approx. 2300 records >from 1831 through to 1870.

If you can help or if you would like to know more about this project, then
please contact me at alan.glixman@optusnet.com.au.

Regards

Alan Glixman, Sydney, Australia
Pabianice Shtetl Co-Op Coordinator

Researching in Poland:
GLIKSMAN (Praszka, Pabianice & Warsaw);
ZYLBERSZTEJN (Pabianice & Pilica);
LICHTENSTEIN (Plock); EPSZTAJN (Zarki);
HEYMAN and KON (Praszka & Wielun);
SZTYLLER (Praszka); HONIGSTOCK (Krosno);
and CHAZAN, MONTAG, LAPP, BROKMAN
... and the town OPATOWEK.


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Fwd: [jri-pl] JRI-Poland Introduces Express Service for Ordering Records #scandinavia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

This might also be of interest to some Scandinavia Genners:

Some researchers ordering records using the Shopping Basket Order
System http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/neworder.htm may be willing
to pay a premium for fast service. For these researchers, Jewish
Records Indexing - Poland and the Polish State Archives (PSA)
have launched an Express Service for ordering records using the
JRI-Poland Shopping Basket order system. This Service is
currently available >from three Archive branches participating in
a Pilot Project - Bialystok, Lomza, and Lublin.

Express Service enables researchers who need records quickly
(within a week) to acquire them at a premium price. Only records
that are currently available through the JRI-Poland Shopping
Basket order system can be ordered using Express Service.

Express Service orders must be placed by FAX with payment only by
Credit Card (VISA and MasterCard). The Archives will scan the
records and the images will be sent to researchers via email.

For more information about this Service and the ordering
procedure, please access the JRI-Poland webpage at
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/express.htm.

All questions about Express Service should be directed to the
JRI-Poland Order Processing Center at
orderqueries@jri-poland.org.

Mark Halpern
JRI-Poland Order Processing Coordinator


Visit the JRI-Poland web site at www.jri-poland.org
Post messages to <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is an independent non-profit U.S.
tax-exempt organization and is hosted by JewishGen.

JRI-Poland indexing initiatives are funded by your contributions. To
support JRI-Poland and its many individual projects - such as indexing of
records >from your ancestral town - please send your checks - marked with
the town name or project for which the money is being donated - to:
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, c/o Sheila Salo, Treasurer,5607
Greenleaf Rd., Cheverly, MD20785 or pay by Visa or MasterCard at:
<http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/visa.htm>
Good luck!

---------------------------------------
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's
SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://home.worldonline.dk/~epaikin/
mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk
---------------------------------------


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Fwd: Re:[jri-pl] JRI-Poland Introduces Express Service for Ordering Records #scandinavia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

A correction to the previous message:

Yesterday, I made an announcement about the new Express ordering
service and said this service applied to three Polish State
Archives (PSA) branches. Although JRI-Poland and PSA have every
intention of including Lomza in this Pilot program, I was
premature in announcing their inclusion.

At the current time only Bialystok and Lublin are included in the
Pilot program. Lomza will be added at a later date and this will
be announced on this forum.

Mark Halpern
JRI-Poland Order Processing Coordinator
---------------------------------------
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's
SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://home.worldonline.dk/~epaikin/
mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk
---------------------------------------