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Searching: HOFSTATTER Family- Krakow- Poland 1939 #general

A Fishmann <affinitydeal@...>
 

I am searching for living relatives of the following HOFSTATTER family
members >from Krakow, Poland :

Hofstatter Lola
Hofstatter Samson
Hofstatter Jacub
Hofstatter Salomon
I had already searched: 1-The Family finder (JGFF),2- Email Address
search engines,3- The JewishGen Discussion Group message archives.

Last heard >from 1939
Al Fishman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: HOFSTATTER Family- Krakow- Poland 1939 #general

A Fishmann <affinitydeal@...>
 

I am searching for living relatives of the following HOFSTATTER family
members >from Krakow, Poland :

Hofstatter Lola
Hofstatter Samson
Hofstatter Jacub
Hofstatter Salomon
I had already searched: 1-The Family finder (JGFF),2- Email Address
search engines,3- The JewishGen Discussion Group message archives.

Last heard >from 1939
Al Fishman


Re: People Searcher #general

Jerome Silverbush <jsilverbus@...>
 

Barry, try http://www.teldir.com It has links to worldwide telephone
directories
Jerry Silverbush

Barry Silver wrote:

Is there a way to do an international search for people who do not have
an e-mail address, i.e. by name and street address?
Barry Silver in Culver City, California
<hiiho@ibm.net>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: People Searcher #general

Jerome Silverbush <jsilverbus@...>
 

Barry, try http://www.teldir.com It has links to worldwide telephone
directories
Jerry Silverbush

Barry Silver wrote:

Is there a way to do an international search for people who do not have
an e-mail address, i.e. by name and street address?
Barry Silver in Culver City, California
<hiiho@ibm.net>


Kelme #lithuania

Paul Fisher <fisherpaul@...>
 

I am one of those new readers of Litvaksig who wrote to uyezd and town
researchers/coordinators and received no response.

I want to know if there are 1858 revision lists for Kelme and if the
data is available? and is there a family list >from 1874 or some other
date?

Last but not least, just how much money are we talking about when money
is requested for revision list data? is $40.00 enough?

Sincerely,

Paul Fisher aka Barry Broude
Atlanta, Georgia

Searching BROUDE (Kelme, Lithuania) and Minneapolis, Philadelphia and
South Africa
KAPLAN (Kelme, Lithuania) and Minneapolis; FLEISHER (Kelme, Lithuania)
GRABINA (Wyszkow, Poland) became GREENBERG in Minneapolis
ZIMNOWODZ (Warsaw and Wyszkow, Poland)
SHER (Tolstoye, Ukraine) formerly Touste, Austria


Moderator's Note: Kelme is located in the Raseiniai Uyezd.
The coordinator is Eric Goldstein at
ELGOLD1@aol.com
It is best to contact him with your question.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Kelme #lithuania

Paul Fisher <fisherpaul@...>
 

I am one of those new readers of Litvaksig who wrote to uyezd and town
researchers/coordinators and received no response.

I want to know if there are 1858 revision lists for Kelme and if the
data is available? and is there a family list >from 1874 or some other
date?

Last but not least, just how much money are we talking about when money
is requested for revision list data? is $40.00 enough?

Sincerely,

Paul Fisher aka Barry Broude
Atlanta, Georgia

Searching BROUDE (Kelme, Lithuania) and Minneapolis, Philadelphia and
South Africa
KAPLAN (Kelme, Lithuania) and Minneapolis; FLEISHER (Kelme, Lithuania)
GRABINA (Wyszkow, Poland) became GREENBERG in Minneapolis
ZIMNOWODZ (Warsaw and Wyszkow, Poland)
SHER (Tolstoye, Ukraine) formerly Touste, Austria


Moderator's Note: Kelme is located in the Raseiniai Uyezd.
The coordinator is Eric Goldstein at
ELGOLD1@aol.com
It is best to contact him with your question.


Anyone Alive or Related To: #general

KBoehm1207 <kboehm1207@...>
 

I am looking for anyone who is or was related to the following names:
WUGMANN BURG BERG / Austria/ Poland /Galicia region

RUKASIN RUKCASIN ROOKASIN / Vilinus Russia.

Gale Boehm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Anyone Alive or Related To: #general

KBoehm1207 <kboehm1207@...>
 

I am looking for anyone who is or was related to the following names:
WUGMANN BURG BERG / Austria/ Poland /Galicia region

RUKASIN RUKCASIN ROOKASIN / Vilinus Russia.

Gale Boehm


origin of the name "Mathilde" #general

feinber2@...
 

As I have been searching the branches of my grandmother's family tree (which
is rooted in the Mosel valley and the surrounding mountains of Germany) I
have been unable to find any female names that bore any similarity to
Mathilde. I have also not found any male names which had any relationship
to it either. My question therefore is. . . what might an "equivalent"
Hebrew name be. . . and what might othr similiar German names be?

Mathilde's grandmothers (deceased at the time of her birth in 1875) were
Leya Juda and Charlotte (Henriette) Levi. The family surnames that apppear
in the preceeding generations are THAL and NEUMARK.

All help is greatly appreciated.

Marilyn Feinberg
Kalamazoo, MI
<feinber2@ix.netcom.com>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen origin of the name "Mathilde" #general

feinber2@...
 

As I have been searching the branches of my grandmother's family tree (which
is rooted in the Mosel valley and the surrounding mountains of Germany) I
have been unable to find any female names that bore any similarity to
Mathilde. I have also not found any male names which had any relationship
to it either. My question therefore is. . . what might an "equivalent"
Hebrew name be. . . and what might othr similiar German names be?

Mathilde's grandmothers (deceased at the time of her birth in 1875) were
Leya Juda and Charlotte (Henriette) Levi. The family surnames that apppear
in the preceeding generations are THAL and NEUMARK.

All help is greatly appreciated.

Marilyn Feinberg
Kalamazoo, MI
<feinber2@ix.netcom.com>


Jewish Historical Atlases #general

James Bennett <bennett@...>
 

I can recommend two Atlases:

1) "Atlas of Medieval Jewish History" by Haim Beinart,
Carta andSimon & Schuster, 1992 144pp. 116 maps covering
the fifth century (Barbarian Invasions of Europe; Dis-
tribution of Jews in Europe and the Middle East) through
the mid-17th century (The Chmielnicki Massacres 1648-
1650). This a very accurate yet readable atlas. It goes
into great detail, showing a great many routes of Jewish
travellers >from Europe to Eretz Israel; population movements
during the Expulsion >from Spain and Portugal; Jews in
the Ottoman Empire; Jewish settlements in Medieval
France; Immigration to Poland in the 13th-15th century;
Jewish settlements in England and Germany until the
expulsions; The Crusades; Eretz Israel in the Byzantine
period. Although it stops at about 1650, I especially
recommend this atlas.

2) "The Illustrated Atlas of Jewish Civilization" by Josephine
Bacon, with consultation >from Martin Gilbert, Steimatzky Ltd,
1990. 224 pp. A much more general atlas covering the 4000-
year period >from Abraham our Father until the 1960's. Many
photos and extensive text, but fewer, less-detailed maps. It does,
however, cover the past 300 years, which Beinart's Atlas omits,
including Czarist Russia, 20th century Jewry, anti-Semitism
the Holocaust, and the creation of the State of Israel and its
wars of survival.

Jim Bennett, Haifa


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish Historical Atlases #general

James Bennett <bennett@...>
 

I can recommend two Atlases:

1) "Atlas of Medieval Jewish History" by Haim Beinart,
Carta andSimon & Schuster, 1992 144pp. 116 maps covering
the fifth century (Barbarian Invasions of Europe; Dis-
tribution of Jews in Europe and the Middle East) through
the mid-17th century (The Chmielnicki Massacres 1648-
1650). This a very accurate yet readable atlas. It goes
into great detail, showing a great many routes of Jewish
travellers >from Europe to Eretz Israel; population movements
during the Expulsion >from Spain and Portugal; Jews in
the Ottoman Empire; Jewish settlements in Medieval
France; Immigration to Poland in the 13th-15th century;
Jewish settlements in England and Germany until the
expulsions; The Crusades; Eretz Israel in the Byzantine
period. Although it stops at about 1650, I especially
recommend this atlas.

2) "The Illustrated Atlas of Jewish Civilization" by Josephine
Bacon, with consultation >from Martin Gilbert, Steimatzky Ltd,
1990. 224 pp. A much more general atlas covering the 4000-
year period >from Abraham our Father until the 1960's. Many
photos and extensive text, but fewer, less-detailed maps. It does,
however, cover the past 300 years, which Beinart's Atlas omits,
including Czarist Russia, 20th century Jewry, anti-Semitism
the Holocaust, and the creation of the State of Israel and its
wars of survival.

Jim Bennett, Haifa


Re: Dr. Lev STEINHAUER and other STEINHAUER survivors of Vilna #lithuania

Susan Lieberman <viukerville@...>
 

Hi!
How do I do/have research done in the Vilnius Archives and where can I see
the list of the Vilna Ghetto 1942?
Thanks,
Susan VIUKER Lieberman Landau
Manhattan


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Dr. Lev STEINHAUER and other STEINHAUER survivors of Vilna #lithuania

Susan Lieberman <viukerville@...>
 

Hi!
How do I do/have research done in the Vilnius Archives and where can I see
the list of the Vilna Ghetto 1942?
Thanks,
Susan VIUKER Lieberman Landau
Manhattan


Panevezys Research Group #lithuania

michael <dewmhw@...>
 

Is this
research group
still up and running? Could someone please advise me how to
proceed?

The Panevezys Research Group was formed and began operating in July of
1998 for the purpose of raising money with which to purchase and
translate the 1858 Panevezys Uyezd Revision List. Some funds have been
raised, and many attempts have been made to locate and purchase these
records. Unfortunately, we have not been able to obtain this particular
list, and are currently in the process of evaluating alternative records
that are available. We will be offering the options to the
contributing membership for their determination. Many box tax, candle
tax, and family lists for various individual towns and shtetls in the
Panevezys Uyezd are available, and it seems certain that we will be able
to obtain many useful records for the latter part of the 19th and early
20th centuries.
If you wish to join financially in this communal effort, please let
us know. We will keep you apprised of developments.

Panevezys Research Group Coordinators
Michael and Devera Witkin


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Panevezys Research Group #lithuania

michael <dewmhw@...>
 

Is this
research group
still up and running? Could someone please advise me how to
proceed?

The Panevezys Research Group was formed and began operating in July of
1998 for the purpose of raising money with which to purchase and
translate the 1858 Panevezys Uyezd Revision List. Some funds have been
raised, and many attempts have been made to locate and purchase these
records. Unfortunately, we have not been able to obtain this particular
list, and are currently in the process of evaluating alternative records
that are available. We will be offering the options to the
contributing membership for their determination. Many box tax, candle
tax, and family lists for various individual towns and shtetls in the
Panevezys Uyezd are available, and it seems certain that we will be able
to obtain many useful records for the latter part of the 19th and early
20th centuries.
If you wish to join financially in this communal effort, please let
us know. We will keep you apprised of developments.

Panevezys Research Group Coordinators
Michael and Devera Witkin


Re: Siauliai Data #lithuania

TomHennie@...
 

Other than the Uyezd/Shtetl List how can one tell which town or shtetl is
"close" or "closest" to for instance Siauliai? Are there maps of these
shtetls? It's confusing when one doesn't know distances and exactly big the
Siauliai district is (was).
Hennie
Greenland Omaha, NE


JGS Los Angeles Meeting March 15th #lithuania

SoniaHoff1@...
 

Dear LitvakSIG subscribers in the Los Angeles area:

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Los Angeles will hold its next meeting on
March 15th, 1999, 7:30 p.m., at the Valley Cities Jewish Community Center,
13164 Burbank Blvd., Van Nuys, California.

The program will be a combination of an "Ask the Experts" Workshop and several
Special Interest Discussion Groups. Experienced members of the Society will be
on hand to help both new and old members with their family research questions
and our members will have the opportunity to meet others with similar research
interests. Many reference materials will be available and we will all benefit
from sharing our knowledge and experience.
Discussion groups will focus on the following areas of interest: New York,
Chicago,
Lithuania, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Poland, Latvia. There will be maps and
gazateers to help locate your shtetl, and help with internet questions.

David Hoffman, LitvakSIG co-coordinator, will be meeting with the Lithuania
group. And Marion Werle, President of the Latvia SIG, will be meeting with the
Latvia group.

New members and guests are welcome. For more information about JGS-LA, see our
website at <http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsla> or telephone us at 818-771-5554.

Sonia Hoffman
Program Vice President, JGSLA


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Siauliai Data #lithuania

TomHennie@...
 

Other than the Uyezd/Shtetl List how can one tell which town or shtetl is
"close" or "closest" to for instance Siauliai? Are there maps of these
shtetls? It's confusing when one doesn't know distances and exactly big the
Siauliai district is (was).
Hennie
Greenland Omaha, NE


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania JGS Los Angeles Meeting March 15th #lithuania

SoniaHoff1@...
 

Dear LitvakSIG subscribers in the Los Angeles area:

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Los Angeles will hold its next meeting on
March 15th, 1999, 7:30 p.m., at the Valley Cities Jewish Community Center,
13164 Burbank Blvd., Van Nuys, California.

The program will be a combination of an "Ask the Experts" Workshop and several
Special Interest Discussion Groups. Experienced members of the Society will be
on hand to help both new and old members with their family research questions
and our members will have the opportunity to meet others with similar research
interests. Many reference materials will be available and we will all benefit
from sharing our knowledge and experience.
Discussion groups will focus on the following areas of interest: New York,
Chicago,
Lithuania, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Poland, Latvia. There will be maps and
gazateers to help locate your shtetl, and help with internet questions.

David Hoffman, LitvakSIG co-coordinator, will be meeting with the Lithuania
group. And Marion Werle, President of the Latvia SIG, will be meeting with the
Latvia group.

New members and guests are welcome. For more information about JGS-LA, see our
website at <http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsla> or telephone us at 818-771-5554.

Sonia Hoffman
Program Vice President, JGSLA