Date   

New JewishGen Success Stories ! #unitedkingdom

bounce-2971303-785714@...
 

We present four new inspiring stories in the latest issue of
JewishGen's SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories
from the "About Us" button on our website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/index.htm

Peter Vanlaw learned that his family was Jewish when he was 51 years
old. Through a connection he makes via JewishGen's Family Finder, he
learns about the family that had been kept a secret >from him all those
years.

Stella Saperstein knew nothing about her American family while she was
growing up in the former Soviet Union. After several unsuccessful
research efforts, she connects with her previously unknown cousin
through JewishGen's Family Finder.

Carol Clingan obtains a copy of Sarah Cohen's obituary that lists two
surviving sons. She knew of one of the sons, but who was Sam Bloom?
She contacts another researcher who listed the Bloom name in
JewishGen's Family Finder. It turns out he has the other piece of the
puzzle!

Robin Koerner updates her story >from January 2015, telling us of the
Maniches family reunion in Montevideo, Uruguay. It was more than 100
years ago when the ancestors of these families had been together in
Krynki, Poland. Now a connection through JewishGen's Family Finder
brings them together.

This issue was prepared by JewishGen volunteers -- Nancy Siegel,
Editor and Anna Blanchard, Webmaster. We hope you will be inspired by
these stories and we encourage you to submit your own success stories
to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org .

Phyllis Kramer, NYC & PBG, Florida
VP, Education & Special Projects, JewishGen, Inc.


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom New JewishGen Success Stories ! #unitedkingdom

bounce-2971303-785714@...
 

We present four new inspiring stories in the latest issue of
JewishGen's SUCCESS! STORIES webzine. You can access these stories
from the "About Us" button on our website or by following this link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/testimonials/index.htm

Peter Vanlaw learned that his family was Jewish when he was 51 years
old. Through a connection he makes via JewishGen's Family Finder, he
learns about the family that had been kept a secret >from him all those
years.

Stella Saperstein knew nothing about her American family while she was
growing up in the former Soviet Union. After several unsuccessful
research efforts, she connects with her previously unknown cousin
through JewishGen's Family Finder.

Carol Clingan obtains a copy of Sarah Cohen's obituary that lists two
surviving sons. She knew of one of the sons, but who was Sam Bloom?
She contacts another researcher who listed the Bloom name in
JewishGen's Family Finder. It turns out he has the other piece of the
puzzle!

Robin Koerner updates her story >from January 2015, telling us of the
Maniches family reunion in Montevideo, Uruguay. It was more than 100
years ago when the ancestors of these families had been together in
Krynki, Poland. Now a connection through JewishGen's Family Finder
brings them together.

This issue was prepared by JewishGen volunteers -- Nancy Siegel,
Editor and Anna Blanchard, Webmaster. We hope you will be inspired by
these stories and we encourage you to submit your own success stories
to us at success@lyris.jewishgen.org .

Phyllis Kramer, NYC & PBG, Florida
VP, Education & Special Projects, JewishGen, Inc.


Jewish Genealogy Open Day - free to everyone #unitedkingdom

lorna.kay@...
 

JEWISH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN Manchester Regional Group

ON SUNDAY, 28TH JUNE 2015 WE WILL BE DOING WHAT WE DO BEST A GENEALOGY
WORKSHOP AIMED AT BEGINNERS AND MODERATELY EXPERIENCED RESEARCHERS
Venue: Meade Hill Shul, M8 6LS
Time: 2.00pm start to about 5.00pm
Send an e-mail to manchester.genealogy@gmail.com for directions to venue
and for our newsletter with details of what we have been doing during the
past 12 months.

THIS IS OUR ONCE A YEAR OPEN DAY WHEN WE SHOW THE PUBLIC JUST WHAT WE DO
AND HOW WE DO IT. THERE IS NO CHARGE SO COME ALONG AND BRING THE FAMILY -
WHY NOT GET YOUR KIDS INVOLVED?

There will be themed tables with resource material and books >from our
superlibrary that are relevant to the topic for Local and UK Archives,
Eastern Europe (Poland, Latvia, Lithuania etc), JewishGen and JCR-UK etc
At each table will be someone to help you with your inquiries and research

We will have at least three laptops connected to the internet with one
displaying websites on a large screen.

We will have free copies of the Society's award-winning Shemot
magazine and free refreshments.

Some of our own research work will be out on display so that you can see
just how much can be achieved.

We would like to point out that we do not do your research for you, we
show you how to do your own research by guiding you to appropriate reading
matter and websites. We also have a selection of information leaflets
from various sources such as the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and free
packets of poppy seeds which they gave us for people to plant in their
gardens to make a memorial corner - a very touching and welcome gesture.

We carry stocks of the JGSGB's own publications, books in the Jewish
Ancestors? series on Researching Latvia and Estonia, Researching
Lithuania, Researching Poland, UK Archives and Records, Translating Hebrew
Documents and Headstones and others.

We have Geoffrey Weisgard's book on Krakow and
Nigel Grizzard's book on the Jews of Bradford.

PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU WILL BE ATTENDING AS IT HELPS US WITH OUR
PLANNING

THANKS

PLEASE NOTE NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS
manchester.genealogy@gmail.com

Please use this new e-mail address for all communications re the
Manchester Regional Group of the JGSGB.
Thanks.


Lorna Kay
Manchester Regional Group
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
Researching WEISBERG (Kamenets Podolsk, Pruskurov, Zhvanets
Ukraine) SEABERG (Tukkums, Sassmacken Latvia) KAHN (Mitau
Latvia)
BLUESTONE (Roumania) KUTCHINSKY (Piotrkow Russian Poland) BRADPIECE
(Austria)


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Jewish Genealogy Open Day - free to everyone #unitedkingdom

lorna.kay@...
 

JEWISH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN Manchester Regional Group

ON SUNDAY, 28TH JUNE 2015 WE WILL BE DOING WHAT WE DO BEST A GENEALOGY
WORKSHOP AIMED AT BEGINNERS AND MODERATELY EXPERIENCED RESEARCHERS
Venue: Meade Hill Shul, M8 6LS
Time: 2.00pm start to about 5.00pm
Send an e-mail to manchester.genealogy@gmail.com for directions to venue
and for our newsletter with details of what we have been doing during the
past 12 months.

THIS IS OUR ONCE A YEAR OPEN DAY WHEN WE SHOW THE PUBLIC JUST WHAT WE DO
AND HOW WE DO IT. THERE IS NO CHARGE SO COME ALONG AND BRING THE FAMILY -
WHY NOT GET YOUR KIDS INVOLVED?

There will be themed tables with resource material and books >from our
superlibrary that are relevant to the topic for Local and UK Archives,
Eastern Europe (Poland, Latvia, Lithuania etc), JewishGen and JCR-UK etc
At each table will be someone to help you with your inquiries and research

We will have at least three laptops connected to the internet with one
displaying websites on a large screen.

We will have free copies of the Society's award-winning Shemot
magazine and free refreshments.

Some of our own research work will be out on display so that you can see
just how much can be achieved.

We would like to point out that we do not do your research for you, we
show you how to do your own research by guiding you to appropriate reading
matter and websites. We also have a selection of information leaflets
from various sources such as the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and free
packets of poppy seeds which they gave us for people to plant in their
gardens to make a memorial corner - a very touching and welcome gesture.

We carry stocks of the JGSGB's own publications, books in the Jewish
Ancestors? series on Researching Latvia and Estonia, Researching
Lithuania, Researching Poland, UK Archives and Records, Translating Hebrew
Documents and Headstones and others.

We have Geoffrey Weisgard's book on Krakow and
Nigel Grizzard's book on the Jews of Bradford.

PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU WILL BE ATTENDING AS IT HELPS US WITH OUR
PLANNING

THANKS

PLEASE NOTE NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS
manchester.genealogy@gmail.com

Please use this new e-mail address for all communications re the
Manchester Regional Group of the JGSGB.
Thanks.


Lorna Kay
Manchester Regional Group
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
Researching WEISBERG (Kamenets Podolsk, Pruskurov, Zhvanets
Ukraine) SEABERG (Tukkums, Sassmacken Latvia) KAHN (Mitau
Latvia)
BLUESTONE (Roumania) KUTCHINSKY (Piotrkow Russian Poland) BRADPIECE
(Austria)


British Mandate Palestine Visas #unitedkingdom

Ann Rabinowitz
 

My great aunt Chaya Pesia Choritz (maiden name Bdil or Bedil) arrived alone
in British Mandate Palestine as a tourist >from Cape Town, South Africa, on
the ship "Felicia" on August 6, 1939. Later, she passed away in a Jerusalem
hospital circa 1941-1943.

It is assumed that she had a South African passport and I would like to
know where her visa and other immigration paperwork would have been obtained
and later stored, so that I could get a copy.

Any assistance on this matter would be greatly appreciated.


Thank you,


Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom British Mandate Palestine Visas #unitedkingdom

Ann Rabinowitz
 

My great aunt Chaya Pesia Choritz (maiden name Bdil or Bedil) arrived alone
in British Mandate Palestine as a tourist >from Cape Town, South Africa, on
the ship "Felicia" on August 6, 1939. Later, she passed away in a Jerusalem
hospital circa 1941-1943.

It is assumed that she had a South African passport and I would like to
know where her visa and other immigration paperwork would have been obtained
and later stored, so that I could get a copy.

Any assistance on this matter would be greatly appreciated.


Thank you,


Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


Any Family Genealogy for Stanislaw Rozycki (the Warsaw Ghetto Diaries)?? #warsaw #poland

kenjdgen@...
 

To Members:

A rather famous diarist >from the Warssaw Ghetto and contributor to the
Ringlebaum Archives was Stanislaw Rozycki - a native of Warsaw. Quite
a bit is known about his writings but not his family connections
(courtesy of the writings of Samuel D. Kassow:
Ref: "Who Will Write Our History" and Ulrich Keller's "The Warsaw
Ghetto in Photographs: 206 Views Made in 1941 see pg 129, Appendix: A
Warsaw Ghetto Memoir by S. Rozycki).

My query:
Has anyone done any research on this Stanislaw Rozycki's family
genealogy?? We know he was married but left Warsaw, his wife, his
friends and colleagues and went to Lwow in 1939. He returned in 1941
upon which he became a resident of the Ghetto=E2=80=94writing about life an=
d
death in the Ghetto.

I am in contact with a person today who may be a distant family member.

Best regards,

Ken Drabinsky
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Coordinator
Kolo Rypin Plock Area Research Group (KRPARG)
"tracing your Jewish ancestral links in north central Poland"

Manager, Chodecz Book of Residents Translation Project
Jewish Records Indexing-Poland
"The Award-Winning Searchable Database of Indexes to Jewish Records of Pola=
nd"


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three photos on viewmate #warsaw #poland

eli.fry@...
 


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Any Family Genealogy for Stanislaw Rozycki (the Warsaw Ghetto Diaries)?? #warsaw #poland

kenjdgen@...
 

To Members:

A rather famous diarist >from the Warssaw Ghetto and contributor to the
Ringlebaum Archives was Stanislaw Rozycki - a native of Warsaw. Quite
a bit is known about his writings but not his family connections
(courtesy of the writings of Samuel D. Kassow:
Ref: "Who Will Write Our History" and Ulrich Keller's "The Warsaw
Ghetto in Photographs: 206 Views Made in 1941 see pg 129, Appendix: A
Warsaw Ghetto Memoir by S. Rozycki).

My query:
Has anyone done any research on this Stanislaw Rozycki's family
genealogy?? We know he was married but left Warsaw, his wife, his
friends and colleagues and went to Lwow in 1939. He returned in 1941
upon which he became a resident of the Ghetto=E2=80=94writing about life an=
d
death in the Ghetto.

I am in contact with a person today who may be a distant family member.

Best regards,

Ken Drabinsky
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Coordinator
Kolo Rypin Plock Area Research Group (KRPARG)
"tracing your Jewish ancestral links in north central Poland"

Manager, Chodecz Book of Residents Translation Project
Jewish Records Indexing-Poland
"The Award-Winning Searchable Database of Indexes to Jewish Records of Pola=
nd"


Confidentiality/Privacy Notice: This message and any attachments
transmitted with it, is for the designated recipient only and may
contain privileged or confidential information. If you have received
it in error please notify the sender via return email immediately and
permanently delete the original. Any unauthorized review, disclosure,
dissemination, distribution or copying of the email is strictly
prohibited. Thank you.


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland three photos on viewmate #warsaw #poland

eli.fry@...
 


Translation services at the 35th conference #ukraine

HelenieIrit
 

Hello all,

Fern Greenberg Blood looked for a translator for handwritten Yiddish
records.
I know it's abroad for most of you...but would like to let you know:
Among its other advantages and experiences, one of the free services at the
35th Conference on Jewish Genealogy, that will be in Jerusalem, July 6-10,
will be translation services of documents >from many languages.
The conference will enable meetings between those who need help with
documents translation and volunteers that would like to help with.

Details at the conference site www.iajgs2015.org.

CU at the conference,

Irit Shem-Tov
Israel


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Translation services at the 35th conference #ukraine

HelenieIrit
 

Hello all,

Fern Greenberg Blood looked for a translator for handwritten Yiddish
records.
I know it's abroad for most of you...but would like to let you know:
Among its other advantages and experiences, one of the free services at the
35th Conference on Jewish Genealogy, that will be in Jerusalem, July 6-10,
will be translation services of documents >from many languages.
The conference will enable meetings between those who need help with
documents translation and volunteers that would like to help with.

Details at the conference site www.iajgs2015.org.

CU at the conference,

Irit Shem-Tov
Israel


SITE CITE - Vital registers for Ungedanken and Fankenau #germany

Gerhard Buck <buckidstein@...>
 

The Hessisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Wiesbaden has published the Jewish
vital registers of Ungedanken for the years 1824 - 1902 on its website
https://arcinsys.hessen.de

You find the birth registers under http://tinyurl.com/q39noqf
the marriage registers http://tinyurl.com/pqyb5o2
the death registers http://tinyurl.com/nz68xbs

On the same website you find the Jewish BMD registers of Frankenau. You
only have to select the letter F on the left side of one of these addresses.

Gerhard Buck, Idstein, Germany buckidstein@t-online.de


German SIG #Germany SITE CITE - Vital registers for Ungedanken and Fankenau #germany

Gerhard Buck <buckidstein@...>
 

The Hessisches Hauptstaatsarchiv Wiesbaden has published the Jewish
vital registers of Ungedanken for the years 1824 - 1902 on its website
https://arcinsys.hessen.de

You find the birth registers under http://tinyurl.com/q39noqf
the marriage registers http://tinyurl.com/pqyb5o2
the death registers http://tinyurl.com/nz68xbs

On the same website you find the Jewish BMD registers of Frankenau. You
only have to select the letter F on the left side of one of these addresses.

Gerhard Buck, Idstein, Germany buckidstein@t-online.de


need help locating records for Moscow #belarus

June Genis
 

Although my Okun family appears to be primarily >from Belarus, DNA
results have found a Miron Zeide whom FTDNA calls a second cousin. He
said that his grandmother, Esther Okun Kanfel, was >from Moscow. She
died about 1938 or 1939. Her father was Gamshey Okun.

I understand why there is no SIG for Russia but am hoping that someone
can steer me to online sources of records for Moscow. I can not
afford a researcher at this time. Any other suggestions for
researching this branch of Okuns would be greatly appreciated. So far
I have not gotten any hits on the usual US sources.

June Genis
Livingston, TX
researching GENIS, OKUN, KATHLER/KASTLER/KESTLER, ETTINGER, SUSMAN


Belarus SIG #Belarus need help locating records for Moscow #belarus

June Genis
 

Although my Okun family appears to be primarily >from Belarus, DNA
results have found a Miron Zeide whom FTDNA calls a second cousin. He
said that his grandmother, Esther Okun Kanfel, was >from Moscow. She
died about 1938 or 1939. Her father was Gamshey Okun.

I understand why there is no SIG for Russia but am hoping that someone
can steer me to online sources of records for Moscow. I can not
afford a researcher at this time. Any other suggestions for
researching this branch of Okuns would be greatly appreciated. So far
I have not gotten any hits on the usual US sources.

June Genis
Livingston, TX
researching GENIS, OKUN, KATHLER/KASTLER/KESTLER, ETTINGER, SUSMAN


Issue 122 of Genealo-J is published #sephardic

Georges Graner
 

Genealo-J, publication of the Jewish Genealogical Society of France,
Issue 122, Summer 2015 has just been published.

Based on family stories related to his great-grandfather Sigismund
Ettinghausen (1838-1918), a gem dealer in Paris, Pierre-Andre Meyer
reconstructs his lineage. Among his offspring he finds personalities as
different as Walter Eytan, a former Israeli ambassador in France, or the
sulfurous writer Maurice Sachs both "born" Ettinghausen. Three Jewish
householders in Frankfurt neighboring town of Hoechst initially adopted
the surname "Ettinghausen" in 1822. These protected Jews (Schutzjuden)
of the Dukes of Nassau before Hoechst was united to Prussia in 1866
fostered three family branches which gradually separated; one chose to
emigrate to Paris where it became part of the Jewish secularized
bourgeoisie, the other two remaining in Germany in a then more open society.
The advent of Nazism led to the extermination of the German
Ettinghausens though some of them managed to emigrate to the United
States. There are no longer any Ettinghausens in Hoechst today but an
Ettinghausen-Platz inaugurated in 2008 recalls the family.

Yolla Polity deals with the Jews of Sidon (Saida) through the Jewish
Community council records (1919-1975) which were kept by her father.
The recently classified and digitized Youssef Melhem Politi collection
of the Jewish council archives of Sidon, Lebanon, provides extensive
information about the history and the internal organization of this
poorly documented and now vanished community. The records are available
for consultation at the Library of the Alliance Israelite Universelle
(AIU) in Paris - supplementing the Alliance own archives relating to
their school in Sidon. They are also available at the Bar Ilan
University in Tel Aviv and in the Judaica Division of Harvard
University. In addition to the council meetings rolls, correspondence
and ownership titles, the Youssef Melhem Politi collection includes
many lists of voters, stamps and signatures. These may provide
descendants of Sidon Jews with important genealogical data about their
families.

Albert Camus was awarded the 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature. Francoise
Darmon discovered that Camus' wife Francine Faure had a Jewish
grandmother named Clara Touboul. In 1887 at Oran Clara married Charles
Alfred Albert, a young civil servant born mainland France near Nantes.
Researching the writer's wife's Jewish ancestry led us among the great
Jewish families of Oran and Algiers and their matrimonial relations with
non-Jewish families and with Jewish people who came >from Lorraine at the
beginning of the French conquest of Algeria.

Pamela Weisberger is the active manager of Gesher Galicia, a non-profit
group helping those who look for their Jewish roots in Galicia, a former
province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. She presents all the
information available and especially the new website www.GesherGalicia.org.

A seal showing a wolf surrounded with the Hebrew name Benjamin son of
Abraham was recently found near Uzes in the South of France. Eliane Roos
Schuhl analyzes this seal which was probably made in the 13th or 14th
century.

Georges Graner (Paris-France)


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Issue 122 of Genealo-J is published #sephardic

Georges Graner
 

Genealo-J, publication of the Jewish Genealogical Society of France,
Issue 122, Summer 2015 has just been published.

Based on family stories related to his great-grandfather Sigismund
Ettinghausen (1838-1918), a gem dealer in Paris, Pierre-Andre Meyer
reconstructs his lineage. Among his offspring he finds personalities as
different as Walter Eytan, a former Israeli ambassador in France, or the
sulfurous writer Maurice Sachs both "born" Ettinghausen. Three Jewish
householders in Frankfurt neighboring town of Hoechst initially adopted
the surname "Ettinghausen" in 1822. These protected Jews (Schutzjuden)
of the Dukes of Nassau before Hoechst was united to Prussia in 1866
fostered three family branches which gradually separated; one chose to
emigrate to Paris where it became part of the Jewish secularized
bourgeoisie, the other two remaining in Germany in a then more open society.
The advent of Nazism led to the extermination of the German
Ettinghausens though some of them managed to emigrate to the United
States. There are no longer any Ettinghausens in Hoechst today but an
Ettinghausen-Platz inaugurated in 2008 recalls the family.

Yolla Polity deals with the Jews of Sidon (Saida) through the Jewish
Community council records (1919-1975) which were kept by her father.
The recently classified and digitized Youssef Melhem Politi collection
of the Jewish council archives of Sidon, Lebanon, provides extensive
information about the history and the internal organization of this
poorly documented and now vanished community. The records are available
for consultation at the Library of the Alliance Israelite Universelle
(AIU) in Paris - supplementing the Alliance own archives relating to
their school in Sidon. They are also available at the Bar Ilan
University in Tel Aviv and in the Judaica Division of Harvard
University. In addition to the council meetings rolls, correspondence
and ownership titles, the Youssef Melhem Politi collection includes
many lists of voters, stamps and signatures. These may provide
descendants of Sidon Jews with important genealogical data about their
families.

Albert Camus was awarded the 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature. Francoise
Darmon discovered that Camus' wife Francine Faure had a Jewish
grandmother named Clara Touboul. In 1887 at Oran Clara married Charles
Alfred Albert, a young civil servant born mainland France near Nantes.
Researching the writer's wife's Jewish ancestry led us among the great
Jewish families of Oran and Algiers and their matrimonial relations with
non-Jewish families and with Jewish people who came >from Lorraine at the
beginning of the French conquest of Algeria.

Pamela Weisberger is the active manager of Gesher Galicia, a non-profit
group helping those who look for their Jewish roots in Galicia, a former
province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. She presents all the
information available and especially the new website www.GesherGalicia.org.

A seal showing a wolf surrounded with the Hebrew name Benjamin son of
Abraham was recently found near Uzes in the South of France. Eliane Roos
Schuhl analyzes this seal which was probably made in the 13th or 14th
century.

Georges Graner (Paris-France)


Sub-Carpathia KehilaLink Web Site Updates #subcarpathia

Marshall Katz
 

Dear fellow Sub-Carpathia researchers,

I have been advised of a delay in sending out JewishGen's May KehilaLink
report.

As I have received a number of queries about that report, following are
the Sub-Carpathia KehilaLink web sites that have been updated since
JewishGen's April report.

Contact me off-list if you have any questions.

Respectfully,
Marshall Katz
Sub-Carpathia SIG coordinator

~~~

Berehujfalu (Beregujfalu, Nove Selo), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Berehujfalu/
~~~

Bilovartsi (Kiskirva, Belovarec), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Bilovartsi/
~~~

Kalyny (Alsokalinfalva), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kalyny/
~~~

Klyachanovo (Klacsano, Klicanovo), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Klyachanovo_Klacsano/
~~~

Kobylets'ka Polyana (Gyertyanliget, Kobylecka Polana), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kobyletska_Polyana/
~~~

Lopukhiv (Brusztura, Brustura), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Lopukhiv/
~~~

Lypcha (Lipcse, Lipca), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Lypcha/
~~~

Muzhiyevo (Nagymuzsaly, Muzijovo), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Muzhiyevo/
~~~

Novoselytsya (Taracujfalu, Novoselice), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Novoselytsya_Taracujfalu/
~~~

Oleksandrivka (Osandorfalva, Sandrovo), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Oleksandrivka/
~~~

Radvanka (Radvancz, Radvanka), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Radvanka/
~~~

Roztoka (Alsohatarszeg, Nizni Roztoka), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Roztoka/
~~~

Sasovo (Tiszaszaszfalu, Sasfalovo), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Sasovo/
~~~

Teresva (Tarackoz), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Teresva/
~~~

Trosnyk (Tiszasasvar, Sasvar), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Trosnyk/
~~~

Tysobyken' (Tiszabokeny, Bykenie), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Tysobyken/
~~~

Uhlya (Uglya, Uhl'a), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Uhlya/
~~~

Velyatyn (Velete, Velatyn), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Velyatyn/
~~~

Vonihovo (Vajnag, Vonyhove), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Vonihovo/
~~~

Vynohradiv (Nagyszollos, Sevlus), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Vynohradiv/
~~~

Yasinya (Korosmezo, Jasina), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Yasinya/
~~~

Zarichovo (Drugethaza, Zaricov), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Zarichovo/
~~~

==end ==


Subcarpathia SIG #Subcarpathia Sub-Carpathia KehilaLink Web Site Updates #subcarpathia

Marshall Katz
 

Dear fellow Sub-Carpathia researchers,

I have been advised of a delay in sending out JewishGen's May KehilaLink
report.

As I have received a number of queries about that report, following are
the Sub-Carpathia KehilaLink web sites that have been updated since
JewishGen's April report.

Contact me off-list if you have any questions.

Respectfully,
Marshall Katz
Sub-Carpathia SIG coordinator

~~~

Berehujfalu (Beregujfalu, Nove Selo), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Berehujfalu/
~~~

Bilovartsi (Kiskirva, Belovarec), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Bilovartsi/
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Kalyny (Alsokalinfalva), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kalyny/
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Klyachanovo (Klacsano, Klicanovo), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Klyachanovo_Klacsano/
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Kobylets'ka Polyana (Gyertyanliget, Kobylecka Polana), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kobyletska_Polyana/
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Lopukhiv (Brusztura, Brustura), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Lopukhiv/
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Lypcha (Lipcse, Lipca), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Lypcha/
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Muzhiyevo (Nagymuzsaly, Muzijovo), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Muzhiyevo/
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Novoselytsya (Taracujfalu, Novoselice), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Novoselytsya_Taracujfalu/
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Oleksandrivka (Osandorfalva, Sandrovo), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Oleksandrivka/
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Radvanka (Radvancz, Radvanka), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Radvanka/
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Roztoka (Alsohatarszeg, Nizni Roztoka), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Roztoka/
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Sasovo (Tiszaszaszfalu, Sasfalovo), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Sasovo/
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Teresva (Tarackoz), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Teresva/
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Trosnyk (Tiszasasvar, Sasvar), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Trosnyk/
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Tysobyken' (Tiszabokeny, Bykenie), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Tysobyken/
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Uhlya (Uglya, Uhl'a), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Uhlya/
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Velyatyn (Velete, Velatyn), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Velyatyn/
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Vonihovo (Vajnag, Vonyhove), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Vonihovo/
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Vynohradiv (Nagyszollos, Sevlus), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Vynohradiv/
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Yasinya (Korosmezo, Jasina), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Yasinya/
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Zarichovo (Drugethaza, Zaricov), (S-C), Ukraine
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Zarichovo/
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