Date   

Marriage License No. 3867, Kings County NY, dated March 30, 1931 #general

ashara@...
 

If it's possible to look at the marriage license, would some kind soul look
up this marriage license for me. I will be glad to pay any fees involved.

The license is for the marriage of my parents, Samuel Sidney RING and
Fannie Rose GERSHENOW. I don't know at what addresses they were living at
the time, nor do I know what else would show on the marriage license.

Do they show: parents' names? dates of birth? origin of parents? or just
the names of the bride and groom?

Thanks for any help.

Judith Ring, Yucaipa, California, USA
ashara@iname.com
ashara@pipeline.com


surname EIDIKUS #general

beidex@...
 

I'm researching the following:
Surname: EIDIKUS
Town: Borislav (Ukraine)

Does anyone have any info? Thanks.

Barry Eidex
Atlanta, GA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Marriage License No. 3867, Kings County NY, dated March 30, 1931 #general

ashara@...
 

If it's possible to look at the marriage license, would some kind soul look
up this marriage license for me. I will be glad to pay any fees involved.

The license is for the marriage of my parents, Samuel Sidney RING and
Fannie Rose GERSHENOW. I don't know at what addresses they were living at
the time, nor do I know what else would show on the marriage license.

Do they show: parents' names? dates of birth? origin of parents? or just
the names of the bride and groom?

Thanks for any help.

Judith Ring, Yucaipa, California, USA
ashara@iname.com
ashara@pipeline.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen surname EIDIKUS #general

beidex@...
 

I'm researching the following:
Surname: EIDIKUS
Town: Borislav (Ukraine)

Does anyone have any info? Thanks.

Barry Eidex
Atlanta, GA


WALLACH & BOTH Families #general

alexander & lisa rosenfeld <senderlisa@...>
 

Am trying to find information on family name BOTH(pronounced BUT)
Simon(Shimon Nota)and Ida (Yehudis) maiden name WALLACH.>from Rzeszow
Poland.
Yehudis WALLACH was >from Bochnia. One of their sons survived after the
war-possibly went to Cleveland, Ohio. His last name was Both. Any info
would be helpful. Other related
names:STEINMETZ,STEPPEL,GUZIK,SCHANTZER,THURM,STRAHL.

Lisa Rosenfeld Teaneck, New Jersey senderlisa@mindspring.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen WALLACH & BOTH Families #general

alexander & lisa rosenfeld <senderlisa@...>
 

Am trying to find information on family name BOTH(pronounced BUT)
Simon(Shimon Nota)and Ida (Yehudis) maiden name WALLACH.>from Rzeszow
Poland.
Yehudis WALLACH was >from Bochnia. One of their sons survived after the
war-possibly went to Cleveland, Ohio. His last name was Both. Any info
would be helpful. Other related
names:STEINMETZ,STEPPEL,GUZIK,SCHANTZER,THURM,STRAHL.

Lisa Rosenfeld Teaneck, New Jersey senderlisa@mindspring.com


rabi judah ben samuel rosanes #hungary

Rubé Weiser <weiser@...>
 

i am looking for information about rabi judah ben samuel rosanes and his
decendants ,specialy >from hungary.
thanks ruben weiser,buenos aires,argentina.


Hungary SIG #Hungary rabi judah ben samuel rosanes #hungary

Rubé Weiser <weiser@...>
 

i am looking for information about rabi judah ben samuel rosanes and his
decendants ,specialy >from hungary.
thanks ruben weiser,buenos aires,argentina.


List of names from the censuses of 1828 and 1830. #hungary

Dolph Klein <kledolph@...>
 

<bigger>The Hungarian Land Census of 1828 listed only the heads of
households for purposes of taxation without listing other members of the
household family. Consequently, these lists have limited usefulness for
genealogy research. By contrast, the 1848 Census have proven valuable for
its detailed information concerning family members, their names, ages,
relationships, and place of birth.


I have recently become aware of a 1830 Census and wonder whether it is
available in archives or in books.


Tomer Brunner of Netanya sent me photocopies of pages >from a book
titled, "The Book of Marmaros". One page in particular, that contained
information about my mother's home town in Romania and was written in
Hebrew, listed the names of the Jewish heads of households >from the 1830
Hungarian Census of Kretchinev (now, Craciunesti, Romania). The number of
inhabitants in each household was also included, but without listing
specific names.


A few months earlier, I had recorded all the Jewish heads of the
households >from the 1828 Hungarian Census of the then Hungarian town of
Karacsonyfalva which was also Kretchinev. This information is available
on the Mormon's microfilm, FHL 0623055, The Hungarian Land Census of
1828.


Both censuses are presented below for comparison of names. In reading the
European style handwritten names >from the 1828 Census, I tried to be
faithful to the exact spelling although at times I was forced to guess
some of the characters. Robert Klein (my son) translated the Hebrew names
from the 1830 Census that were printed without vowel markings. The
designation, (w) refers to the husband's widow. Bear in mind, the names
from the 1828 census were written according to Hungarian pronunciations.
For example, Deics is equivalent to Deutsch, Vizel is equivalent to
Wiesel, etc.


I would appreciate hearing >from anyone that may have information about
the existence of the 1830 census. Was this census held through the
Hungarian empire or was it a local phenomenon? Does the census contain
additional information about the inhabitants, i.e., names, ages, place of
birth, etc.?

</bigger><smaller>


1828 Hungarian Census 1830 Hungarian Census

Number of

Line No. Karacsonyfalva (Craciunesti) Kretchinev
(Craciunesti) household

(1828 Surname Given name Surname Given name inhabitants

only) (1830 only)

</smaller>_____________________________________________________________________

89 Abraham Schlomo Abraham Lazar 6

133 Auram Pinkas Abraham Shlomo 6

57 Berkevits Shlomo Berkovitz Shlomo 7

110 Chaim Benjamin Deutsch Josef 6

136 Chamajda Sulem Dov Mosko 3

124 Davidovis Gauzilla Drait Zelig 8

119 Deics Joszef Drait Abraham 7

116 Drosh Zelig Elias
Schecter 8

131 Drot Lechman Eta Chana ?

114 Drot Abraham Feig Shlomo 6

128 Faig Shloma Feig Abraham 10

70 Fajbis Luger Feig Issac 4

100 Feig Abraham Feig Manu 5

108 Feig Chaim Feig Mayer 3

101 Feig Marko Feig Chaim 6

103 Fiszel Michel Gans Yisrael 7

127 Gontz Zeul Gans Jankel 4

115 Hadl Lazar Gidoli Meier 4

92 Haim Mendel Gidoli Barko 9

129 Hantz Jankil Gidoli
Yankel 3

122 Hantz David Hamadia Yechetskiel 6

109 Honig Itzig Heimovitz Ephraim 6

28 Hunos Abraham Hennik Itsig 8

106 Jogiber Ruvin Host David 4

130 Kamajda Haszkel Ingeber Ruben (w) 3

137 Kopel Mosko Itzigovitz Asher
4

94 Kopl Itzig Kane Yoel 3

24 Kratz Honig Kayam Shalom 6

117 Kratz Mendel Kayam Yisrael 6

71 Abraham Lazar Kopel Issac 7

134 Leb Simka Kopel Moses (w) 7

74 Lebovicz Berko Kracs Mendel 3

99 Liberman Abraham Kracs Honig 3

104 Lieberman Jung Kracs Abraham 8

102 Lieberman Aizik Kracs Schmuel 4

25 Lieberman Hers Lazar Nodel 3

126 Majerovits Zelig Lieb Sento 7

118 Markovits Josef Lieberman Hers 7

125 Markovits Mani Lieberman Abraham 3

112 Moskovits Fishel Lieberman Issac 4

107 Moskovits Marko Lieberman Issac 7

52 Perler Hers Litman Droit 8

135 Perli Zelig Marko Hersh 3

59 Polak Markus Markovitz Josef 7

120 Ramar Lazar Markovitz Mosko 4

96 Roth Mosko Martchal Chaim 3

93 Roth Jankel Mausharov Josef 4

144 Rozenthal Jankil Moskovitz Fishel 10

91 Rozenthal Michel Perl David 3

97 Rozh Mosko Perl Hers 6

132 Schmaja David Perl Zelig 11

113 Schuster Judka Polak Marko 5

27 Sire Tobi Riemer Lazar 9

123 Slyemovits Hers Rota Jankel 6

121 Szabo Itzig Rota Mosko 6

138 Szul Chaim Schlieger Tobi 2

98 Tesler Zismon Shalamavitz Hers 7

44 Tobszlis? Hers Shlomo Lieb 6

111 Viser David Shultzer Yoshker 10

105 Vizel Chaim Smilovitz Janna 3

95 Zelman Berko Smilovitz Abraham 6

Sobel Itsig 6

Sobel Shmoya 7

Steinmetz Yankel 7

Toib Hers 4

Wiesel Michael 7

Wiesel Chaim 5

Wiesel Yankel 2

Yankelovitz David 6

Zalman Berko 4

Zindel Abraham 3

Zusman Alter 8


Dolph Klein

Chapel Hill, NC, USA


Western Slovakia & New York: KLEIN, GRUNHUT, DIAMANT, SURAN, ADLER, KOHN,
PRECZELMAYER, LOBEL, SOBEL, MORENO, POLLACK.

Transylvania, New York, Texas & California: DEUTSCH, PERL, FEIG, KATZ,
NEMET/NEMETH.

Israel & New York: KELLER, SINAI, GOLDSMITH


Hungary SIG #Hungary List of names from the censuses of 1828 and 1830. #hungary

Dolph Klein <kledolph@...>
 

<bigger>The Hungarian Land Census of 1828 listed only the heads of
households for purposes of taxation without listing other members of the
household family. Consequently, these lists have limited usefulness for
genealogy research. By contrast, the 1848 Census have proven valuable for
its detailed information concerning family members, their names, ages,
relationships, and place of birth.


I have recently become aware of a 1830 Census and wonder whether it is
available in archives or in books.


Tomer Brunner of Netanya sent me photocopies of pages >from a book
titled, "The Book of Marmaros". One page in particular, that contained
information about my mother's home town in Romania and was written in
Hebrew, listed the names of the Jewish heads of households >from the 1830
Hungarian Census of Kretchinev (now, Craciunesti, Romania). The number of
inhabitants in each household was also included, but without listing
specific names.


A few months earlier, I had recorded all the Jewish heads of the
households >from the 1828 Hungarian Census of the then Hungarian town of
Karacsonyfalva which was also Kretchinev. This information is available
on the Mormon's microfilm, FHL 0623055, The Hungarian Land Census of
1828.


Both censuses are presented below for comparison of names. In reading the
European style handwritten names >from the 1828 Census, I tried to be
faithful to the exact spelling although at times I was forced to guess
some of the characters. Robert Klein (my son) translated the Hebrew names
from the 1830 Census that were printed without vowel markings. The
designation, (w) refers to the husband's widow. Bear in mind, the names
from the 1828 census were written according to Hungarian pronunciations.
For example, Deics is equivalent to Deutsch, Vizel is equivalent to
Wiesel, etc.


I would appreciate hearing >from anyone that may have information about
the existence of the 1830 census. Was this census held through the
Hungarian empire or was it a local phenomenon? Does the census contain
additional information about the inhabitants, i.e., names, ages, place of
birth, etc.?

</bigger><smaller>


1828 Hungarian Census 1830 Hungarian Census

Number of

Line No. Karacsonyfalva (Craciunesti) Kretchinev
(Craciunesti) household

(1828 Surname Given name Surname Given name inhabitants

only) (1830 only)

</smaller>_____________________________________________________________________

89 Abraham Schlomo Abraham Lazar 6

133 Auram Pinkas Abraham Shlomo 6

57 Berkevits Shlomo Berkovitz Shlomo 7

110 Chaim Benjamin Deutsch Josef 6

136 Chamajda Sulem Dov Mosko 3

124 Davidovis Gauzilla Drait Zelig 8

119 Deics Joszef Drait Abraham 7

116 Drosh Zelig Elias
Schecter 8

131 Drot Lechman Eta Chana ?

114 Drot Abraham Feig Shlomo 6

128 Faig Shloma Feig Abraham 10

70 Fajbis Luger Feig Issac 4

100 Feig Abraham Feig Manu 5

108 Feig Chaim Feig Mayer 3

101 Feig Marko Feig Chaim 6

103 Fiszel Michel Gans Yisrael 7

127 Gontz Zeul Gans Jankel 4

115 Hadl Lazar Gidoli Meier 4

92 Haim Mendel Gidoli Barko 9

129 Hantz Jankil Gidoli
Yankel 3

122 Hantz David Hamadia Yechetskiel 6

109 Honig Itzig Heimovitz Ephraim 6

28 Hunos Abraham Hennik Itsig 8

106 Jogiber Ruvin Host David 4

130 Kamajda Haszkel Ingeber Ruben (w) 3

137 Kopel Mosko Itzigovitz Asher
4

94 Kopl Itzig Kane Yoel 3

24 Kratz Honig Kayam Shalom 6

117 Kratz Mendel Kayam Yisrael 6

71 Abraham Lazar Kopel Issac 7

134 Leb Simka Kopel Moses (w) 7

74 Lebovicz Berko Kracs Mendel 3

99 Liberman Abraham Kracs Honig 3

104 Lieberman Jung Kracs Abraham 8

102 Lieberman Aizik Kracs Schmuel 4

25 Lieberman Hers Lazar Nodel 3

126 Majerovits Zelig Lieb Sento 7

118 Markovits Josef Lieberman Hers 7

125 Markovits Mani Lieberman Abraham 3

112 Moskovits Fishel Lieberman Issac 4

107 Moskovits Marko Lieberman Issac 7

52 Perler Hers Litman Droit 8

135 Perli Zelig Marko Hersh 3

59 Polak Markus Markovitz Josef 7

120 Ramar Lazar Markovitz Mosko 4

96 Roth Mosko Martchal Chaim 3

93 Roth Jankel Mausharov Josef 4

144 Rozenthal Jankil Moskovitz Fishel 10

91 Rozenthal Michel Perl David 3

97 Rozh Mosko Perl Hers 6

132 Schmaja David Perl Zelig 11

113 Schuster Judka Polak Marko 5

27 Sire Tobi Riemer Lazar 9

123 Slyemovits Hers Rota Jankel 6

121 Szabo Itzig Rota Mosko 6

138 Szul Chaim Schlieger Tobi 2

98 Tesler Zismon Shalamavitz Hers 7

44 Tobszlis? Hers Shlomo Lieb 6

111 Viser David Shultzer Yoshker 10

105 Vizel Chaim Smilovitz Janna 3

95 Zelman Berko Smilovitz Abraham 6

Sobel Itsig 6

Sobel Shmoya 7

Steinmetz Yankel 7

Toib Hers 4

Wiesel Michael 7

Wiesel Chaim 5

Wiesel Yankel 2

Yankelovitz David 6

Zalman Berko 4

Zindel Abraham 3

Zusman Alter 8


Dolph Klein

Chapel Hill, NC, USA


Western Slovakia & New York: KLEIN, GRUNHUT, DIAMANT, SURAN, ADLER, KOHN,
PRECZELMAYER, LOBEL, SOBEL, MORENO, POLLACK.

Transylvania, New York, Texas & California: DEUTSCH, PERL, FEIG, KATZ,
NEMET/NEMETH.

Israel & New York: KELLER, SINAI, GOLDSMITH


Mosaich vs. Jew #hungary

Alex Kerner <kerner@...>
 

Dear group,

Jew was a denomination for a nation, a national/ethnical minority. "Mosaic"
was only a religious denomination. In that period many Jews saw themselves
(after the emancipation) as Germans, or Austrians, of the mosaic faith, but
first and foremost as German/Austrian nationals. It was a way of trying to
become normal and fully equal citizens (as Catholics and protestants),
keeping Judaism only as a religion, not as a national identity.

Regards,

Alex Kerner


Hungary SIG #Hungary Mosaich vs. Jew #hungary

Alex Kerner <kerner@...>
 

Dear group,

Jew was a denomination for a nation, a national/ethnical minority. "Mosaic"
was only a religious denomination. In that period many Jews saw themselves
(after the emancipation) as Germans, or Austrians, of the mosaic faith, but
first and foremost as German/Austrian nationals. It was a way of trying to
become normal and fully equal citizens (as Catholics and protestants),
keeping Judaism only as a religion, not as a national identity.

Regards,

Alex Kerner


A few birth records #hungary

Louis Schonfeld <lmagyar@...>
 

While hanging out at the Zemplen regional archives in Satoraljaujhely I
copied a few birth records which I thought some of our members might be
interested in. I believe these are all births in Satoraljaujhely.

Hany 3/14/1872 Lipot Auslander/Rezy Deutsch[child's name/DOB/father/mother]
Armin 8/28/1872 Mor Schon/Johai?? Klein
Aron 9/24/1872 Samuel Herman/Hany Schon
Markusz 10/28/1872 Salamon Deutsch/Rezy Friedman
Leny (f.)11/3/1872 Lipot Samuelovits/Fanny Schon
Roza 8/8/1871 David Schon/Hany Lowy
Sara 8/23/1871 Lobl Schon/Rebeka Stern
Minna 12/19/1851 Isidor Schon/Yetti Schmulovits
Herman 2/6/1852 Abraham Lorber/Dina Schon
Herman 5/29/1852 Josef Schon/ Ruthis Klein

I must have had "Schon" on the mind. BTW Schon is a separate and distinct
name >from Schonfeld. I don't anyone who has changed their name from
Schonfeld to Schon or vice versa.

If someone has the telephone number or e-mail for Haim Fridman living in
Petach Tikva please notify me.

Louis Schonfeld


visit our website- http://www.jewishgen.org/Hungary


Hungary SIG #Hungary A few birth records #hungary

Louis Schonfeld <lmagyar@...>
 

While hanging out at the Zemplen regional archives in Satoraljaujhely I
copied a few birth records which I thought some of our members might be
interested in. I believe these are all births in Satoraljaujhely.

Hany 3/14/1872 Lipot Auslander/Rezy Deutsch[child's name/DOB/father/mother]
Armin 8/28/1872 Mor Schon/Johai?? Klein
Aron 9/24/1872 Samuel Herman/Hany Schon
Markusz 10/28/1872 Salamon Deutsch/Rezy Friedman
Leny (f.)11/3/1872 Lipot Samuelovits/Fanny Schon
Roza 8/8/1871 David Schon/Hany Lowy
Sara 8/23/1871 Lobl Schon/Rebeka Stern
Minna 12/19/1851 Isidor Schon/Yetti Schmulovits
Herman 2/6/1852 Abraham Lorber/Dina Schon
Herman 5/29/1852 Josef Schon/ Ruthis Klein

I must have had "Schon" on the mind. BTW Schon is a separate and distinct
name >from Schonfeld. I don't anyone who has changed their name from
Schonfeld to Schon or vice versa.

If someone has the telephone number or e-mail for Haim Fridman living in
Petach Tikva please notify me.

Louis Schonfeld


visit our website- http://www.jewishgen.org/Hungary


searching STEINWORTEL or STEIN #general

Saul Goldstone <sgoldsto@...>
 

JewishGeners,

The Steinwortel family came to the United States in 1899 and 1900 from
Romania.

The parents were Jacob and Clara Steinwortel.

Children born in Romania were Abram, Golda/Gussie, David, Joseph, Fanny,
and Gittel/Lillie. Children born in New York were Jenny and Philip.

The family all changed their surname to "Stein" soon after coming here.

If you have any information to share about any member of this family,
please contact me.

Saul Goldstone
Saratoga, California
sgoldsto@ix.netcom.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen searching STEINWORTEL or STEIN #general

Saul Goldstone <sgoldsto@...>
 

JewishGeners,

The Steinwortel family came to the United States in 1899 and 1900 from
Romania.

The parents were Jacob and Clara Steinwortel.

Children born in Romania were Abram, Golda/Gussie, David, Joseph, Fanny,
and Gittel/Lillie. Children born in New York were Jenny and Philip.

The family all changed their surname to "Stein" soon after coming here.

If you have any information to share about any member of this family,
please contact me.

Saul Goldstone
Saratoga, California
sgoldsto@ix.netcom.com


translation #general

DAIZYDO0
 

A great page for translations is www.go.com. Not only does it translate
your text in English to another language and also >from foreign to English,
it also has a page you can use for accents marks, etc. by using the
computer keys.

Harriet Rosen
Massapequa, N. Y.
daizydo0@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen translation #general

DAIZYDO0
 

A great page for translations is www.go.com. Not only does it translate
your text in English to another language and also >from foreign to English,
it also has a page you can use for accents marks, etc. by using the
computer keys.

Harriet Rosen
Massapequa, N. Y.
daizydo0@aol.com


SIEGEL from California #general

IsraelP <zach4v6@...>
 

Does anyone recognize this family group, last known to be in
California?

Malka Pikholz (born 1880's or early 1890's) m. Mr. SIEGEL
I. Mack SIEGEL m. (1) Beverly m. (2) Harriet
II. David SIEGEL m. Rose
A. Stanley SIEGEL
B. Ira SIEGEL
III. Dorothy SIEGEL m. Hyman FREIDHEIM
A. Irma FREIDHEIM

Thank you.

Israel Pickholtz


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SIEGEL from California #general

IsraelP <zach4v6@...>
 

Does anyone recognize this family group, last known to be in
California?

Malka Pikholz (born 1880's or early 1890's) m. Mr. SIEGEL
I. Mack SIEGEL m. (1) Beverly m. (2) Harriet
II. David SIEGEL m. Rose
A. Stanley SIEGEL
B. Ira SIEGEL
III. Dorothy SIEGEL m. Hyman FREIDHEIM
A. Irma FREIDHEIM

Thank you.

Israel Pickholtz