Date   

Re: Tax and Voter Lists on the ALD #lithuania

Davida Noyek Handler <dnhiowa@...>
 

Tamar Dothan writes:

<<My great great grandfather , Aron Srolov/Sroelov, is on a voters list
that was recently added to ALD. There is no information about what kind
of elections were these. There is a comment on the list that he was
illiterate . Knowing what was he voting for may clarify what language
was he illiterate in. I would appreciate any clarification.>>

Tamar - there are very comprehensive descriptions of all of the databases
contained within the ALD. Simply go to the LitvakSIG Home Page
http://www.jewishgen.org/litvak and click on the link for the All Lithuania
Database. Read all about how this database was created and then scroll down
to the link for Tax Voters Table. When you click on this link you will find
an explanation of what was included in the various lists and why.

In most cases the person recording this information would consider the
Jewish person"illiterate" because his language was Yiddish, not Russian.
Yourgreat-grandfather probably was extremely literate in Yiddish, and
probably spoke Russian very well even if he didn't read the written language.

Mazaltov on finding your great-grandfather on the list. May you find many
more ancestors as you search.

Davida Noyek Handler
President, LitvakSIG


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Tax and Voter Lists on the ALD #lithuania

Davida Noyek Handler <dnhiowa@...>
 

Tamar Dothan writes:

<<My great great grandfather , Aron Srolov/Sroelov, is on a voters list
that was recently added to ALD. There is no information about what kind
of elections were these. There is a comment on the list that he was
illiterate . Knowing what was he voting for may clarify what language
was he illiterate in. I would appreciate any clarification.>>

Tamar - there are very comprehensive descriptions of all of the databases
contained within the ALD. Simply go to the LitvakSIG Home Page
http://www.jewishgen.org/litvak and click on the link for the All Lithuania
Database. Read all about how this database was created and then scroll down
to the link for Tax Voters Table. When you click on this link you will find
an explanation of what was included in the various lists and why.

In most cases the person recording this information would consider the
Jewish person"illiterate" because his language was Yiddish, not Russian.
Yourgreat-grandfather probably was extremely literate in Yiddish, and
probably spoke Russian very well even if he didn't read the written language.

Mazaltov on finding your great-grandfather on the list. May you find many
more ancestors as you search.

Davida Noyek Handler
President, LitvakSIG


Kherson Agricultural Communities #ukraine

ALMassion@...
 

Please access the Ukraine website in Jewishgen.org and go to the link under
Kherson gubernya for Agricultural communities. Hope this helps.


Andrea Massion
researching Massion & Smaltz in Ananiev UKR, Greenspoon and Tigay in Balta
and Uman, Ourin(son) and Katznelson in Bobroisk. Asrican, Michaelson, Brevdy.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Kherson Agricultural Communities #ukraine

ALMassion@...
 

Please access the Ukraine website in Jewishgen.org and go to the link under
Kherson gubernya for Agricultural communities. Hope this helps.


Andrea Massion
researching Massion & Smaltz in Ananiev UKR, Greenspoon and Tigay in Balta
and Uman, Ourin(son) and Katznelson in Bobroisk. Asrican, Michaelson, Brevdy.


Lookup for Baltimore Arrivals #general

Steve Orlen
 

Dear Cousins,

My relatives Celia (nee HATOFF) MEREMINSKY/Marin & her daughter Mona were said to
have immigrated in 1896 (>from census reports, not always accurate).
As I can't find them on the Ellis Island site, I wonder if they arrived at the
Port of Baltimore, as her husband was living either in NJ or in Philadelphia. Her
husband was Joseph MEREMINSKY >from Slonim. At some point - I don't know when - he
changed his surname to MARIN. They would have been going to him.

And of course it's doubtful that Celia & Mona immigrated under those given names.

Why am I telling you all of this? If some kind genner is looking up Baltimore
arrivals on microfiche, would they mind looking up these two women for me? Is
there an index? Or is the fact that I don't have a fixed day of arrival make this
request too arduous?

Please answer me at sorlen@u.arizona.edu

Best, Steve Orlen
Tucson, AZ

BELKIN (Borisov, Boguslav, Odessa), BOIM (Zasliai), MELNICK, LIBERMAN ha COHEN
(Dvorets, Pinsk, Pochopovo), ORLIN (Boguslaviskis, Vilnius, Vieves, Zasliai),
MEREMINSKY, EPSTEIN, HABERMAN, WOLFOWITZ, ZELIVANSKY (Slonim, Deretchin),
WOLINSKY (Boguslav, Odessa, Alexandria, Palestine), ADELSON (Wysokidwor, Trakai),
KABATCHNIK & FINN (Vilnius), SUHER/SUCHETT (Kovno)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lookup for Baltimore Arrivals #general

Steve Orlen
 

Dear Cousins,

My relatives Celia (nee HATOFF) MEREMINSKY/Marin & her daughter Mona were said to
have immigrated in 1896 (>from census reports, not always accurate).
As I can't find them on the Ellis Island site, I wonder if they arrived at the
Port of Baltimore, as her husband was living either in NJ or in Philadelphia. Her
husband was Joseph MEREMINSKY >from Slonim. At some point - I don't know when - he
changed his surname to MARIN. They would have been going to him.

And of course it's doubtful that Celia & Mona immigrated under those given names.

Why am I telling you all of this? If some kind genner is looking up Baltimore
arrivals on microfiche, would they mind looking up these two women for me? Is
there an index? Or is the fact that I don't have a fixed day of arrival make this
request too arduous?

Please answer me at sorlen@u.arizona.edu

Best, Steve Orlen
Tucson, AZ

BELKIN (Borisov, Boguslav, Odessa), BOIM (Zasliai), MELNICK, LIBERMAN ha COHEN
(Dvorets, Pinsk, Pochopovo), ORLIN (Boguslaviskis, Vilnius, Vieves, Zasliai),
MEREMINSKY, EPSTEIN, HABERMAN, WOLFOWITZ, ZELIVANSKY (Slonim, Deretchin),
WOLINSKY (Boguslav, Odessa, Alexandria, Palestine), ADELSON (Wysokidwor, Trakai),
KABATCHNIK & FINN (Vilnius), SUHER/SUCHETT (Kovno)


Need help- Denver Obit #general

Susan&David
 

Hello All:
Is there someone who can help me obtain an obit/death-notice >from the Denver Rocky
Mountain News of 7/12/2003 ?
Please reply privately.

David Rosen
Boston, MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need help- Denver Obit #general

Susan&David
 

Hello All:
Is there someone who can help me obtain an obit/death-notice >from the Denver Rocky
Mountain News of 7/12/2003 ?
Please reply privately.

David Rosen
Boston, MA


Plashov Concentration Camp #general

Steve Orlen
 

Dear Cousins,

Two of my purported MEREMINSKY relatives died in the Plashov Concentration Camp,
located near Krakow. I googled it, and learned some (quite terrible) things. But
couldn't find a list of inmates murdered there. Does anyone know of such a list?

Best, Steve Orlen
Tucson, AZ
BELKIN (Borisov, Boguslav, Odessa), BOIM (Zasliai), MELNICK, LIBERMAN ha COHEN
(Dvorets, Pinsk, Pochopovo), ORLIN (Boguslaviskis, Vilnius, Vieves, Zasliai),
MEREMINSKY, EPSTEIN, HABERMAN, WOLFOWITZ, ZELIVANSKY (Slonim, Deretchin),
WOLINSKY (Boguslav, Odessa, Alexandria, Palestine), ADELSON (Wysokidwor, Trakai),
KABATCHNIK & FINN (Vilnius), SUHER/SUCHETT (Kovno)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Plashov Concentration Camp #general

Steve Orlen
 

Dear Cousins,

Two of my purported MEREMINSKY relatives died in the Plashov Concentration Camp,
located near Krakow. I googled it, and learned some (quite terrible) things. But
couldn't find a list of inmates murdered there. Does anyone know of such a list?

Best, Steve Orlen
Tucson, AZ
BELKIN (Borisov, Boguslav, Odessa), BOIM (Zasliai), MELNICK, LIBERMAN ha COHEN
(Dvorets, Pinsk, Pochopovo), ORLIN (Boguslaviskis, Vilnius, Vieves, Zasliai),
MEREMINSKY, EPSTEIN, HABERMAN, WOLFOWITZ, ZELIVANSKY (Slonim, Deretchin),
WOLINSKY (Boguslav, Odessa, Alexandria, Palestine), ADELSON (Wysokidwor, Trakai),
KABATCHNIK & FINN (Vilnius), SUHER/SUCHETT (Kovno)


Re: Info from 1906 Marriage Cert NYC? #general

Sheila Schneider <Sheila.Schneider@...>
 

Hello Lynne,
I have would like to add some additional information. In June, 2004 one of our
genners shared a website with this discussion group and I found the marriage
record of my grandfather's first cousin Feige WERTHER >from 1907.
Many thanks to Joan Parker of Florida who shared the website listed below. I was
able to see some of the information on the marriage record of my grandfather's
first cousin Feige Werther. The LDS history office(genealogy) can tell you the
number of rolls of film for any year. In my case there were 8 rolls of marriage
film for 1907 so I ordered the grooms marriage index. The bride's index is also
available. The index identifies the marriage date and the specific certificate
number. The LDS will then assist you to find the roll of film that contains the
certificate number. The process takes about six weeks. I am waiting for the film
that contains the marriage certificate which gave us the names of my great
grandfathers brother and wife.

When you connect to the website listed below you key in the name of the country
and the family surname. Several screens will appear including the LDS website.
My grandfather's family came >from Przemysl, Poland. Instead of keying in Poland I
keyed in Austria as the country of Poland did not always exist and its boundaries
changed. The LDS site gave me marriage information (bride and groom's names,
parents names of bride and groom) which I printed out and took to the LDS
genealogy office.

http://www.rat.de/kuijsten/navigator/russia/index.html

Please remember to support Jewish Genealogy with a donation!
Sincerely,
Sheila Werther Schneider
Researching WERTHER and LEICHTER >from Przemysl and Jaroslaw,Poland
Sheila.schneider@pinsco.com

Does anyone know what information is contained in a 1906 New York City(Manhattan)
marriage certificate? Was there a license then, and does the Municipal Archives
also send a copy of the license if one requests the marriage record?

Lynne Shapiro
***
MODERATOR'S NOTE: If you have been successful in your research, you may wish to
mark this success by making a financial contribution to the work of JewishGen. For
details of how you can support their work, please go to
www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Info from 1906 Marriage Cert NYC? #general

Sheila Schneider <Sheila.Schneider@...>
 

Hello Lynne,
I have would like to add some additional information. In June, 2004 one of our
genners shared a website with this discussion group and I found the marriage
record of my grandfather's first cousin Feige WERTHER >from 1907.
Many thanks to Joan Parker of Florida who shared the website listed below. I was
able to see some of the information on the marriage record of my grandfather's
first cousin Feige Werther. The LDS history office(genealogy) can tell you the
number of rolls of film for any year. In my case there were 8 rolls of marriage
film for 1907 so I ordered the grooms marriage index. The bride's index is also
available. The index identifies the marriage date and the specific certificate
number. The LDS will then assist you to find the roll of film that contains the
certificate number. The process takes about six weeks. I am waiting for the film
that contains the marriage certificate which gave us the names of my great
grandfathers brother and wife.

When you connect to the website listed below you key in the name of the country
and the family surname. Several screens will appear including the LDS website.
My grandfather's family came >from Przemysl, Poland. Instead of keying in Poland I
keyed in Austria as the country of Poland did not always exist and its boundaries
changed. The LDS site gave me marriage information (bride and groom's names,
parents names of bride and groom) which I printed out and took to the LDS
genealogy office.

http://www.rat.de/kuijsten/navigator/russia/index.html

Please remember to support Jewish Genealogy with a donation!
Sincerely,
Sheila Werther Schneider
Researching WERTHER and LEICHTER >from Przemysl and Jaroslaw,Poland
Sheila.schneider@pinsco.com

Does anyone know what information is contained in a 1906 New York City(Manhattan)
marriage certificate? Was there a license then, and does the Municipal Archives
also send a copy of the license if one requests the marriage record?

Lynne Shapiro
***
MODERATOR'S NOTE: If you have been successful in your research, you may wish to
mark this success by making a financial contribution to the work of JewishGen. For
details of how you can support their work, please go to
www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity


wajsenberg #germany

mark
 

MODERATOR PREFACE- >from time to time I like to approve a message which whould
normally be rejected by the Moderator. I hope that the following will remind
all GerSig members that we have rules for how email to the GerSig Forum should
be written. These rules exist for various reasons.

The most important reason is that we want you to be able to easily read
and understand the messages that you recive via GerSig.

The following is >from a **new** member who obviously has not had time to become
familiar with our rules and guidelines.

This new GerSigger is in Israel and is probably not fluent in written English.
I am *** not *** sending this out to be critical of our new member. However
imperfect his written English, it is far superior to ** my ** written Hebrew since
I can't write a single word in that language.

You are receiving this as a reminder of the fact that we have rules and that those
rules exist for a reason.

Also, if you are fluent in Hebrew and would like to offer help to this new GerSig
member please reply directly to him. Thank you. MOD1

<mark306@bezeqint.net> writes:

shalom to everybody
I am searching WAJSENBERG family my granduncle ICCHOK MEIR WAJSENBERG
1881-1938 was yiddish writer lived in ZELECHOW BIALYSTOK WARSAW
BRANDWAJN family lived in OSTROG ZDOLBUNOW
BEJZMAN lived in NOVOGRAD VOLHYNSKIJ
WAJSENBERG MARK
ISRAEL
mark306@bezeqint.net


German SIG #Germany wajsenberg #germany

mark
 

MODERATOR PREFACE- >from time to time I like to approve a message which whould
normally be rejected by the Moderator. I hope that the following will remind
all GerSig members that we have rules for how email to the GerSig Forum should
be written. These rules exist for various reasons.

The most important reason is that we want you to be able to easily read
and understand the messages that you recive via GerSig.

The following is >from a **new** member who obviously has not had time to become
familiar with our rules and guidelines.

This new GerSigger is in Israel and is probably not fluent in written English.
I am *** not *** sending this out to be critical of our new member. However
imperfect his written English, it is far superior to ** my ** written Hebrew since
I can't write a single word in that language.

You are receiving this as a reminder of the fact that we have rules and that those
rules exist for a reason.

Also, if you are fluent in Hebrew and would like to offer help to this new GerSig
member please reply directly to him. Thank you. MOD1

<mark306@bezeqint.net> writes:

shalom to everybody
I am searching WAJSENBERG family my granduncle ICCHOK MEIR WAJSENBERG
1881-1938 was yiddish writer lived in ZELECHOW BIALYSTOK WARSAW
BRANDWAJN family lived in OSTROG ZDOLBUNOW
BEJZMAN lived in NOVOGRAD VOLHYNSKIJ
WAJSENBERG MARK
ISRAEL
mark306@bezeqint.net


Re: Reports about IAJGS Jerusalem conference #germany

Arline and Sidney Sachs
 

MODERATOR NOTES:

1. If you attended the Conference last month an can tell us about any
*** facts *** that you learned in a conference session or at a repository
in Israel please share such information with us. (German - related only, please.)

2. If you have comments about what **you** believe to be strong or weak points
of the** GerSig** luncheon and or conference events please send these to our list.
I will pass such comments on to Werner Frank who usually plans the GerSig events
at the annual conferences.

3. You should send your comments about ** general ** conference management
to the IAJGS. The committe that's planning the 2005 Conference in Las Vegas
may appreciate your ideas.

4. Long Range Planning - The 2006 Conference will be in New York. I hope to have
an active role in planning that one. If you have any suggestions specific to
the 2006 New York event please let me know. John Paul Lowens, GerSig MOD 1

<sachs@nova.org> (Sid and Arlene Sachs) write:
You asked for more comments on the conference.

I agree with Donald Stein that Otra was a little off on their
registration, particularly if one wanted to go to the Gersig luncheon. I
got in line at 11:30. Fortunately we had not done whatever they had
suggested, to speed registration, as that line moved even slower. It was
12:10 when I finally got our packets, and I ran down for the luncheon
which officially started at 12:30. Obviously some people came in rather
late to the luncheon. Poor Esther Ramon had to talk (trying to talk over
the clinking silverware) while everyone was eating a rather very dry
chicken. I felt the luncheon was a low point, but I don't think it was
the Israeli's society's fault. The desert arrived after quite a few
people had left.

I have to disagree with his summary of the Central Archives. I was on the
very first shuttle bus >from the hotel to go there at 8 a.m. Monday. I had
a list of what I wanted and even some of the file numbers ready. I was
able to give that to them and they were able to start getting my files
while I did more research for others I wanted to see. My husband and I
were the only people there for a while. In the afternoon again it was
empty. I guess because people went to the Yad V'Shem talks. I was at the
archives until about 3. I was there again Tuesday afternoon, and again
Wednesday morning, and returned again the following Monday morning for
some more research. Instead of paying for a xerox copy of each document I
paid the same thing (1/2 a shekel) for each picture I took.

I found more than I would have though possible. Although I didn't get too
many new names going backwards, (maybe 5 or 6) I did get many proofs for
dates that I already had. I took about 150 pictures, finding information
on 7 of my great-grandparents families and ancestors. Only one of those
files were anything I had seen before. (Their Eberstadt records are also
found at the LDS family history library.) They had many volunteers there,
to help. One elderly gentleman, a German survivor, was there whenever I
was (during the conference) and a great help to me when I couldn't make
out a name. I tried not to monopolize him, as many of the researchers
could read no German at all and really needed his help a lot more than I did.

I would have been thrilled to find 5 or 6 documents total. I have been
attending conferences for over 10 years, and only one time found any
really new information, in a book at a library in Toronto the first time
they had a conference. I came back on a 'high' that you can't imagine!

I still have not been able to get it all entered into my PAF program. I
am afraid I might have mis-read a few of the documents, now that I have
had the time to study them more carefully.

For my husband I found the Fechenbach records only in a 3x5 photo of a
microfilm version. I found these totally impossible to read, although
others were working on those with a magnifying glass. I hope that some
time in the future the Archives will see fit to allow people to take
digital pictures that could be computer inhanced.

The late afternoon, dinner, tour and program at Yad V'Shem were superb. I
am glad that my husband and I were able to get to that. That was very
moving. As I wanted to concentrate on the material I could only get at
the Archives, I spent all my time there. Hopefully one day soon we will
have internet access to the Yad V'Shem material.

As an example of what I found.. Because of my gr.gr.grandfather's diaries
(see <http://BernhardCahn.com> if you don't know what I am talking about)
I knew exactly when my gr.gr.grandmother got married, including the
Rabbi's comments, who attended the wedding, etc. Since she did not get
married where she lived before or after the wedding, I never bothered
getting a certificate. However in the town, Bischofsheim, where she lived
with her husband, I found a registration of their marriage, indicating
that they had just gotten married in Dornheim and would now be living as
man and wife in Bischofsheim.

I was also particularly intrigued by lecture by Isak Gath - the very last
lecture on Friday. He spoke of the problem of using family lore (a story
written by Bernhard Cahn and printed in Der Israelit in 1867) as fact.
He was able to show that this article which has been quoted as a source by
many expert German researchers (Lowevstein, The Jewish Encyclopedia of
1908, etc.) for over 100 years had many errors. He was able to find
source documents >from the early 1700s to prove his point.

Having most of the German lectures scheduled together on Thursday morning
helped in that it freed one to use the research facilities on the days
other than the particular countries one was searching.

Arline Sachs Springfield, VA

searching western Germany, Baer in Kronberg; Wallerstein in Bischofsheim;
Rosenthal in Niederweidbach Marburg and Frankfurt AM; Astheimer in
Astheim, Wiesbaden, and Frankfurt; Simon in Eberstadt; Kahn in Alsace,
Hirsch Frankel b. 1668 in Vienna, d. 1740.


German SIG #Germany Re: Reports about IAJGS Jerusalem conference #germany

Arline and Sidney Sachs
 

MODERATOR NOTES:

1. If you attended the Conference last month an can tell us about any
*** facts *** that you learned in a conference session or at a repository
in Israel please share such information with us. (German - related only, please.)

2. If you have comments about what **you** believe to be strong or weak points
of the** GerSig** luncheon and or conference events please send these to our list.
I will pass such comments on to Werner Frank who usually plans the GerSig events
at the annual conferences.

3. You should send your comments about ** general ** conference management
to the IAJGS. The committe that's planning the 2005 Conference in Las Vegas
may appreciate your ideas.

4. Long Range Planning - The 2006 Conference will be in New York. I hope to have
an active role in planning that one. If you have any suggestions specific to
the 2006 New York event please let me know. John Paul Lowens, GerSig MOD 1

<sachs@nova.org> (Sid and Arlene Sachs) write:
You asked for more comments on the conference.

I agree with Donald Stein that Otra was a little off on their
registration, particularly if one wanted to go to the Gersig luncheon. I
got in line at 11:30. Fortunately we had not done whatever they had
suggested, to speed registration, as that line moved even slower. It was
12:10 when I finally got our packets, and I ran down for the luncheon
which officially started at 12:30. Obviously some people came in rather
late to the luncheon. Poor Esther Ramon had to talk (trying to talk over
the clinking silverware) while everyone was eating a rather very dry
chicken. I felt the luncheon was a low point, but I don't think it was
the Israeli's society's fault. The desert arrived after quite a few
people had left.

I have to disagree with his summary of the Central Archives. I was on the
very first shuttle bus >from the hotel to go there at 8 a.m. Monday. I had
a list of what I wanted and even some of the file numbers ready. I was
able to give that to them and they were able to start getting my files
while I did more research for others I wanted to see. My husband and I
were the only people there for a while. In the afternoon again it was
empty. I guess because people went to the Yad V'Shem talks. I was at the
archives until about 3. I was there again Tuesday afternoon, and again
Wednesday morning, and returned again the following Monday morning for
some more research. Instead of paying for a xerox copy of each document I
paid the same thing (1/2 a shekel) for each picture I took.

I found more than I would have though possible. Although I didn't get too
many new names going backwards, (maybe 5 or 6) I did get many proofs for
dates that I already had. I took about 150 pictures, finding information
on 7 of my great-grandparents families and ancestors. Only one of those
files were anything I had seen before. (Their Eberstadt records are also
found at the LDS family history library.) They had many volunteers there,
to help. One elderly gentleman, a German survivor, was there whenever I
was (during the conference) and a great help to me when I couldn't make
out a name. I tried not to monopolize him, as many of the researchers
could read no German at all and really needed his help a lot more than I did.

I would have been thrilled to find 5 or 6 documents total. I have been
attending conferences for over 10 years, and only one time found any
really new information, in a book at a library in Toronto the first time
they had a conference. I came back on a 'high' that you can't imagine!

I still have not been able to get it all entered into my PAF program. I
am afraid I might have mis-read a few of the documents, now that I have
had the time to study them more carefully.

For my husband I found the Fechenbach records only in a 3x5 photo of a
microfilm version. I found these totally impossible to read, although
others were working on those with a magnifying glass. I hope that some
time in the future the Archives will see fit to allow people to take
digital pictures that could be computer inhanced.

The late afternoon, dinner, tour and program at Yad V'Shem were superb. I
am glad that my husband and I were able to get to that. That was very
moving. As I wanted to concentrate on the material I could only get at
the Archives, I spent all my time there. Hopefully one day soon we will
have internet access to the Yad V'Shem material.

As an example of what I found.. Because of my gr.gr.grandfather's diaries
(see <http://BernhardCahn.com> if you don't know what I am talking about)
I knew exactly when my gr.gr.grandmother got married, including the
Rabbi's comments, who attended the wedding, etc. Since she did not get
married where she lived before or after the wedding, I never bothered
getting a certificate. However in the town, Bischofsheim, where she lived
with her husband, I found a registration of their marriage, indicating
that they had just gotten married in Dornheim and would now be living as
man and wife in Bischofsheim.

I was also particularly intrigued by lecture by Isak Gath - the very last
lecture on Friday. He spoke of the problem of using family lore (a story
written by Bernhard Cahn and printed in Der Israelit in 1867) as fact.
He was able to show that this article which has been quoted as a source by
many expert German researchers (Lowevstein, The Jewish Encyclopedia of
1908, etc.) for over 100 years had many errors. He was able to find
source documents >from the early 1700s to prove his point.

Having most of the German lectures scheduled together on Thursday morning
helped in that it freed one to use the research facilities on the days
other than the particular countries one was searching.

Arline Sachs Springfield, VA

searching western Germany, Baer in Kronberg; Wallerstein in Bischofsheim;
Rosenthal in Niederweidbach Marburg and Frankfurt AM; Astheimer in
Astheim, Wiesbaden, and Frankfurt; Simon in Eberstadt; Kahn in Alsace,
Hirsch Frankel b. 1668 in Vienna, d. 1740.


Any Connection with SCHNEIDER and SANDLER or SIEGEL #general

Yehudah30@...
 

I am trying to connect the SCHNEIDER's with a name change to SANDLER or SIEGEL.
They should have come >from Lithuania 1890-1946. Any help would be appreciated.

Yehudah ben Shlomo


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Any Connection with SCHNEIDER and SANDLER or SIEGEL #general

Yehudah30@...
 

I am trying to connect the SCHNEIDER's with a name change to SANDLER or SIEGEL.
They should have come >from Lithuania 1890-1946. Any help would be appreciated.

Yehudah ben Shlomo


Polish Help Needed #general

Josev <jking44@...>
 

Hi everyone,

can anyone suggest where i might get information on people >from Ostriwiec ?,
especially those who died in the camps.

Also, I know of a 20 page deposition that was made to the Polish goverment, but I
cant remember where it was that I found it to begin with, could someone please
point me in the right direction there ?

thank you

Josev King

email: jking44@ntlworld.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Polish Help Needed #general

Josev <jking44@...>
 

Hi everyone,

can anyone suggest where i might get information on people >from Ostriwiec ?,
especially those who died in the camps.

Also, I know of a 20 page deposition that was made to the Polish goverment, but I
cant remember where it was that I found it to begin with, could someone please
point me in the right direction there ?

thank you

Josev King

email: jking44@ntlworld.com