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Train Journey from Iasi in Romania to Hamburg in Germany #romania

marcelg@...
 

Does any one have details of the train route before the year 1910, that the
Jewish families took >from Iasi in Romania to Hamburg in Germany on their way
to England and America.

Did they have to change stations in the big cities on route ?

I know that they received aid >from the local Jewish Communities on route.

Marcel Glaskie
Ra'anana, Israel.
marcelg@...


WW I victims in Romania #romania

baalh@...
 

Don't forget the memorial plaque in the Craiova cemetery that I posted on 1=
5 April 2007 (Viewmate 6814), which was actually published by Prof. Gyemant=
. I requested a repost of the image >from the Viewmate administrator. Check =
Viewmate in the next day or so, assuming that the repost will be approved. =
If not, I can send the image to whoever is interested.=0A=0AHag shavuot sam=
each,=0A=0ASam Wolff=0AJerusalem=0A=0ARoseann wrote: Several of you have wr=
itten to ask me about any possible lists of =0ARomanian Jews who fought in =
WWI.=A0=0A=0A=0A


Romania SIG #Romania Train Journey from Iasi in Romania to Hamburg in Germany #romania

marcelg@...
 

Does any one have details of the train route before the year 1910, that the
Jewish families took >from Iasi in Romania to Hamburg in Germany on their way
to England and America.

Did they have to change stations in the big cities on route ?

I know that they received aid >from the local Jewish Communities on route.

Marcel Glaskie
Ra'anana, Israel.
marcelg@...


Romania SIG #Romania WW I victims in Romania #romania

baalh@...
 

Don't forget the memorial plaque in the Craiova cemetery that I posted on 1=
5 April 2007 (Viewmate 6814), which was actually published by Prof. Gyemant=
. I requested a repost of the image >from the Viewmate administrator. Check =
Viewmate in the next day or so, assuming that the repost will be approved. =
If not, I can send the image to whoever is interested.=0A=0AHag shavuot sam=
each,=0A=0ASam Wolff=0AJerusalem=0A=0ARoseann wrote: Several of you have wr=
itten to ask me about any possible lists of =0ARomanian Jews who fought in =
WWI.=A0=0A=0A=0A


Olshana #ukraine

bhaas811@...
 

I am a bit stuck. I have the Duma list and am almost certain that the Olshana (town) Monastyrskij (Monastersky) men listed are relatives. My grandfather came >from Olshana and on his grave marker the name of his father is Leb. On that list there is a Lejba who must be his father.How can I find out more about these people? Were they father and sons, brothers etc. All of the Monastersky's I have contacted or who have answered my posts have been >from other places. Is there any access to the Revision lists of 1858 or the 1897 All Empire Russian Census?---
---
Beverly Haas
bhaas811@...

Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
Boca Raton, FL 33431


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Olshana #ukraine

bhaas811@...
 

I am a bit stuck. I have the Duma list and am almost certain that the Olshana (town) Monastyrskij (Monastersky) men listed are relatives. My grandfather came >from Olshana and on his grave marker the name of his father is Leb. On that list there is a Lejba who must be his father.How can I find out more about these people? Were they father and sons, brothers etc. All of the Monastersky's I have contacted or who have answered my posts have been >from other places. Is there any access to the Revision lists of 1858 or the 1897 All Empire Russian Census?---
---
Beverly Haas
bhaas811@...

Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
Boca Raton, FL 33431


obituaries #austria-czech

Traude Triebel
 

New at GenTeam www.GenTeam.at: Obituaries in the Neuen Freien
Presse, Wien

New at GenTeam:
Obituaries in the Neuen Freien Presse, Vienna, 1864-1900
more than 13.000 entries

Dear Members,

All obituaries appeared in the Neuen Freien Presse (New Free Press),
Vienna, between 1864 and 1900, is now available as an own database at
www.GenTeam.at (site also available in English language!). You can search
for surnames, given names, maiden names and year. There is a link which
directs you to the obituary in the Newspaper, which can be viewed free via
Internet (site by ONB ? Oesterreichische National Bibliothek/Austrian
National Library).

You also may find obituaries of people not only lived in Vienna but also in
the Crown lands. Mostly, they contain also important genealogical
information of other family members.

I want to thank Mrs. Traude Triebel for this extensive and important
database, which is now to find at GenTeam free of any charge.

GenTeam is an organization of genealogists or historians who produce
databases on their own or as a part of a group, and who offer these
databases to all researcher without any fee.
GenTeam is a non-commercial organization!
The geographical centre of the databases is the present-day Austria and its
neighbouring lands. The use of the databases is without any fee; only a
simple registration is required.

The collection currently contains 1.537.503 records and will be continually
updated.

Overview:
- Index of Roman Catholic marriages of Vienna and parishes around
between 1542 and 1860
about 847.000 records
- Owners of houses in Lower Austria in 1817
about 198.000 records
- Gazetteer of Czech, Austrian and Slovenian Republic (with South Tyrol)
about 72.000 records
- Death Cads of soldiers >from both World Wars
about 12.700 records
- Index of Vital Statistics and seignorial records
about 335.000 records
- Index of Jewish records
about 2.000 records
- Directory of all mills and mill-owner in whole Austria
(Cisleithanien) in 1876
about 31.000 records
- index of Wurzbach
about 26.000 records
- Obituaries of the Neuen Freien Presse, Wien
about 13.000 records

If you have any questions, pease, don´t hesitate to contact me at
kontakt@.... Please, send this information to any other mailing-list
or archives. Thank you!

With kind regards,

Felix Gundacker
A-1190 WIEN
email: kontakt@...
www.genteam.at
www.ihff.at
www.felixgundacker.at


Traude Triebel
Pognergasse 6
A-2700 Wr. Neustadt
Email: traude.triebel@...
Web: http://www.family-gruenwald.at/
Web: http://www.grave-pictures.at


Sei gesund Celia #austria-czech

danielat1@...
 

I would like to add my voice to the chorus of SIGGERs who are delighted that Celia has returned. Celia you are
an ornament to the group and I wish you all the very best for an improvement in your condition. It is
fantastic that you have been able to post again and giveus the benefit of your intelligence and knowledge.
Very best wishes
Daniela Torsh
Writing >from Vienna but usually in Sydney


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech obituaries #austria-czech

Traude Triebel
 

New at GenTeam www.GenTeam.at: Obituaries in the Neuen Freien
Presse, Wien

New at GenTeam:
Obituaries in the Neuen Freien Presse, Vienna, 1864-1900
more than 13.000 entries

Dear Members,

All obituaries appeared in the Neuen Freien Presse (New Free Press),
Vienna, between 1864 and 1900, is now available as an own database at
www.GenTeam.at (site also available in English language!). You can search
for surnames, given names, maiden names and year. There is a link which
directs you to the obituary in the Newspaper, which can be viewed free via
Internet (site by ONB ? Oesterreichische National Bibliothek/Austrian
National Library).

You also may find obituaries of people not only lived in Vienna but also in
the Crown lands. Mostly, they contain also important genealogical
information of other family members.

I want to thank Mrs. Traude Triebel for this extensive and important
database, which is now to find at GenTeam free of any charge.

GenTeam is an organization of genealogists or historians who produce
databases on their own or as a part of a group, and who offer these
databases to all researcher without any fee.
GenTeam is a non-commercial organization!
The geographical centre of the databases is the present-day Austria and its
neighbouring lands. The use of the databases is without any fee; only a
simple registration is required.

The collection currently contains 1.537.503 records and will be continually
updated.

Overview:
- Index of Roman Catholic marriages of Vienna and parishes around
between 1542 and 1860
about 847.000 records
- Owners of houses in Lower Austria in 1817
about 198.000 records
- Gazetteer of Czech, Austrian and Slovenian Republic (with South Tyrol)
about 72.000 records
- Death Cads of soldiers >from both World Wars
about 12.700 records
- Index of Vital Statistics and seignorial records
about 335.000 records
- Index of Jewish records
about 2.000 records
- Directory of all mills and mill-owner in whole Austria
(Cisleithanien) in 1876
about 31.000 records
- index of Wurzbach
about 26.000 records
- Obituaries of the Neuen Freien Presse, Wien
about 13.000 records

If you have any questions, pease, don´t hesitate to contact me at
kontakt@.... Please, send this information to any other mailing-list
or archives. Thank you!

With kind regards,

Felix Gundacker
A-1190 WIEN
email: kontakt@...
www.genteam.at
www.ihff.at
www.felixgundacker.at


Traude Triebel
Pognergasse 6
A-2700 Wr. Neustadt
Email: traude.triebel@...
Web: http://www.family-gruenwald.at/
Web: http://www.grave-pictures.at


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Sei gesund Celia #austria-czech

danielat1@...
 

I would like to add my voice to the chorus of SIGGERs who are delighted that Celia has returned. Celia you are
an ornament to the group and I wish you all the very best for an improvement in your condition. It is
fantastic that you have been able to post again and giveus the benefit of your intelligence and knowledge.
Very best wishes
Daniela Torsh
Writing >from Vienna but usually in Sydney


ROSENBAUM descendants of R' Naftali KATZ-author of "The Smichas Chachomim" #general

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

There is a theory that one of my ancestors' family name was ROSENBAUM
and later changed (to SCHECHTER)). This family lineage stems >from R'
Naftali KATZ, author of the "Smichas Chachomim". Anyone "out there" a
ROSENBAUM and also stems >from R' Naftali so we can share possible
cnnections.

Thank you and Chag Shavuot Sameach-Happy Shavuot.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Efrat, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ROSENBAUM descendants of R' Naftali KATZ-author of "The Smichas Chachomim" #general

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

There is a theory that one of my ancestors' family name was ROSENBAUM
and later changed (to SCHECHTER)). This family lineage stems >from R'
Naftali KATZ, author of the "Smichas Chachomim". Anyone "out there" a
ROSENBAUM and also stems >from R' Naftali so we can share possible
cnnections.

Thank you and Chag Shavuot Sameach-Happy Shavuot.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Efrat, Israel


Re: Error in Posting: VM 15408 #general

Burt Hecht <burt1933@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I was imprecise in describing a Viewmate document for translation. VM 15408
contains information in Polish written onto a form allowing either German or
Polish: only the headings contain German. So, if you are able to translate the
marginal notes, names of witnesses and other information in the columns---
marriage was in May, 1888. I believe the bride is listed as widowed.
Thank you all in advance.

Burt Hecht
MODERATOR NOTE: The direct url is
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/responselist.asp?key=15408


Help on names in 2 marriage records in Polish #general

Ofer Biran <biranofer@...>
 

Thanks to JRI-Poland for being able to locate these records !

For these marriage records, I'd appreciate the ages/names information
on the couple and their parents:

his is a marriage record of Moszek Ber AIL and Sora
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=15401

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/responselist.asp?key=15402
This is a marriage record of Noech SOBOL and Fraydla LENDER

Thanks
Ofer Biran


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Error in Posting: VM 15408 #general

Burt Hecht <burt1933@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I was imprecise in describing a Viewmate document for translation. VM 15408
contains information in Polish written onto a form allowing either German or
Polish: only the headings contain German. So, if you are able to translate the
marginal notes, names of witnesses and other information in the columns---
marriage was in May, 1888. I believe the bride is listed as widowed.
Thank you all in advance.

Burt Hecht
MODERATOR NOTE: The direct url is
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/responselist.asp?key=15408


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help on names in 2 marriage records in Polish #general

Ofer Biran <biranofer@...>
 

Thanks to JRI-Poland for being able to locate these records !

For these marriage records, I'd appreciate the ages/names information
on the couple and their parents:

his is a marriage record of Moszek Ber AIL and Sora
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=15401

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/responselist.asp?key=15402
This is a marriage record of Noech SOBOL and Fraydla LENDER

Thanks
Ofer Biran


CHAT familiy #austria-czech

peterrohel@...
 

Hi genners,

Celia mentioned that the CHAT family (relatives of Tom Heinersdorff) had
roots in Vienna Graz Budapest and originally Moravia (Neu Raussnitz)
Rousinov.

Does anyone know if the below CHAT members are related?

1) Ida BACHRUCH Born: Feb 8, 1855 in Budapest + Heinrich (Henry, Henrik)
CHAT Born: abt 1840 Married: Sep 6, 1874 in Budapest. Residence: Paris.
Died: Dec 29, 1909 *parents of Albert and Robert

2) Hermine (Hermina) BACHRUCH Born: Feb 19, 1860 in Budapest + Jakab CHAT
Born: abt 1847 >from Korvacts =region? Father: Abraham CHAT Mother: Katalin
MATZNER
*?2nd husband of Hermine? Alberto JANESICH Residence: Paris

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~prohel/names/friedmann/tau
b.html#chat

** Celia, welcome back - glad to hear you are doing better :)

Best regards,

Peter Rohel, Toronto
Rohel-Bach-Bohm-Loeb + Associates (genealogy)
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~prohel


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech CHAT familiy #austria-czech

peterrohel@...
 

Hi genners,

Celia mentioned that the CHAT family (relatives of Tom Heinersdorff) had
roots in Vienna Graz Budapest and originally Moravia (Neu Raussnitz)
Rousinov.

Does anyone know if the below CHAT members are related?

1) Ida BACHRUCH Born: Feb 8, 1855 in Budapest + Heinrich (Henry, Henrik)
CHAT Born: abt 1840 Married: Sep 6, 1874 in Budapest. Residence: Paris.
Died: Dec 29, 1909 *parents of Albert and Robert

2) Hermine (Hermina) BACHRUCH Born: Feb 19, 1860 in Budapest + Jakab CHAT
Born: abt 1847 >from Korvacts =region? Father: Abraham CHAT Mother: Katalin
MATZNER
*?2nd husband of Hermine? Alberto JANESICH Residence: Paris

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~prohel/names/friedmann/tau
b.html#chat

** Celia, welcome back - glad to hear you are doing better :)

Best regards,

Peter Rohel, Toronto
Rohel-Bach-Bohm-Loeb + Associates (genealogy)
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~prohel


Benveniste family of Narbonne, Aragon and Castile #general

Graham <grahammilne001@...>
 

Does anyone have any information on the genealogy of the BENVENISTE
family of Narbonne, who are later found in Aragon and Castile, and
particularly the links between these branches? An Abraham Benveniste
was Court Rabbi under Juan II of Castile and several were referred to
as 'Nasi' ('Prince'), including Sheshet Benveniste of Narbonne (d.
about 1209). Is there any link between the Benveniste family and the
Todros/Kalonymos family of Narbonne?

See http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=3D777&letter=3DB for
further info, which says that Sheshet Benveniste and Nasi Kalonymus b.
Todros corresponded.

PS One of my ancestors Don Abraham Senior of Castile (1412-1493) is
described by Heinrich Graetz in his 'History of The Jews' (Vol. IV p.
228) as 'an influential Jew, Abraham Benveniste, surnamed Senior'. I
think this identification is incorrect (it equates Don Abraham with
Abraham Benveniste, Court Rabbi under Juan II) but Abraham Senior may
well have been a member of the Benveniste family in any event (Abraham
Benveniste the Court Rabbi had son Abraham, called Abraham Benveniste
the Elder, and a grandson Abraham).

Graham Milne


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Benveniste family of Narbonne, Aragon and Castile #general

Graham <grahammilne001@...>
 

Does anyone have any information on the genealogy of the BENVENISTE
family of Narbonne, who are later found in Aragon and Castile, and
particularly the links between these branches? An Abraham Benveniste
was Court Rabbi under Juan II of Castile and several were referred to
as 'Nasi' ('Prince'), including Sheshet Benveniste of Narbonne (d.
about 1209). Is there any link between the Benveniste family and the
Todros/Kalonymos family of Narbonne?

See http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=3D777&letter=3DB for
further info, which says that Sheshet Benveniste and Nasi Kalonymus b.
Todros corresponded.

PS One of my ancestors Don Abraham Senior of Castile (1412-1493) is
described by Heinrich Graetz in his 'History of The Jews' (Vol. IV p.
228) as 'an influential Jew, Abraham Benveniste, surnamed Senior'. I
think this identification is incorrect (it equates Don Abraham with
Abraham Benveniste, Court Rabbi under Juan II) but Abraham Senior may
well have been a member of the Benveniste family in any event (Abraham
Benveniste the Court Rabbi had son Abraham, called Abraham Benveniste
the Elder, and a grandson Abraham).

Graham Milne