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May meeting of the JGS of Bergen County #general

Edward Rosenbaum <erosenbaum@...>
 

Meeting announcement:

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Bergen County will be having its next
meeting on Sunday, May 7th. Michael Brenner will be presenting a
program on New York arrival records. Mr. Brenner is the past Vice
President and President of the New York JGS, and was the co-chair of last
years 19th Annual Jewish Genealogical convention.

Meetings start with a schmooze session at 12:30 at the offices of
Avotaynu in Bergenfield. Avotaynu has a 400-book library about Jewish
genealogy and the Holocaust which you can browse. The purpose of the
schmooze session is to ask questions about that can advance your
personal research. Do you have any brick walls that are slowing your
research? Perhaps other members of JGSBCNJ can help you.

The main meeting starts at 2PM and is held at the JCC on the Palisades
in Tenafly.

Avotaynu is located at 155 North Washington Avenue in Bergenfield.
Their phone number is 201-387-7200.

JCC of the Palisades as located at 401 East Clinton Avenue in Tenafly.
Their phone number is 201-569-7900.

If you need directions, go to our homepage at
http://home.att.net/~erosenbaum/jgsbc.htm

Sincerely,

Edward L. Rosenbaum
President
JGS of Bergen County, NJ


About the JGS of Bergen county

We are an organization of Jewish genealogists who are enjoying the
growing pastime of tracing our families' roots back to the Old Country
and collecting records of our family, some of them hundreds of years
old. The Jewish Genealogical Society of Bergen County is one of over 70
member organizations of the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies.


Re: Shanghai ghetto photos circa 1945, 1947 #general

Namdeerf2@...
 

I am also interested in this website.

Bob Freedman
Orinda, CA

In a message dated 4/23/00 10:05:00 PM, jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org
writes:

<<
Subject: Shanghai ghetto photos circa 1945, 1947
From: Judieson@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 03:04:14 EDT
X-Message-Number: 7

Recently I inadvertently found someone's website that showed numerous
photos of the Shanghai Jewish ghetto during the years 1945, 1947; there
were photos of school children, young adults etc.. I cannot find this
site again...have worked at it all weekend. I'm anxious to find it, and
share it with a friend who was there as a young child with his parents
and sibling. If you know whose website it is, please email me privately
with the information. Thank you,
Judie C. Rice

Seeking: POLAND:Ostralenka,Nowogrod,Lomza..Cynkus,Cinkiewicz,Szulimowicz,
Kaiser

MODERATOR NOTE:
Please let the rest of us know as there are others with interest in this
topic. >>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen May meeting of the JGS of Bergen County #general

Edward Rosenbaum <erosenbaum@...>
 

Meeting announcement:

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Bergen County will be having its next
meeting on Sunday, May 7th. Michael Brenner will be presenting a
program on New York arrival records. Mr. Brenner is the past Vice
President and President of the New York JGS, and was the co-chair of last
years 19th Annual Jewish Genealogical convention.

Meetings start with a schmooze session at 12:30 at the offices of
Avotaynu in Bergenfield. Avotaynu has a 400-book library about Jewish
genealogy and the Holocaust which you can browse. The purpose of the
schmooze session is to ask questions about that can advance your
personal research. Do you have any brick walls that are slowing your
research? Perhaps other members of JGSBCNJ can help you.

The main meeting starts at 2PM and is held at the JCC on the Palisades
in Tenafly.

Avotaynu is located at 155 North Washington Avenue in Bergenfield.
Their phone number is 201-387-7200.

JCC of the Palisades as located at 401 East Clinton Avenue in Tenafly.
Their phone number is 201-569-7900.

If you need directions, go to our homepage at
http://home.att.net/~erosenbaum/jgsbc.htm

Sincerely,

Edward L. Rosenbaum
President
JGS of Bergen County, NJ


About the JGS of Bergen county

We are an organization of Jewish genealogists who are enjoying the
growing pastime of tracing our families' roots back to the Old Country
and collecting records of our family, some of them hundreds of years
old. The Jewish Genealogical Society of Bergen County is one of over 70
member organizations of the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Shanghai ghetto photos circa 1945, 1947 #general

Namdeerf2@...
 

I am also interested in this website.

Bob Freedman
Orinda, CA

In a message dated 4/23/00 10:05:00 PM, jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org
writes:

<<
Subject: Shanghai ghetto photos circa 1945, 1947
From: Judieson@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 03:04:14 EDT
X-Message-Number: 7

Recently I inadvertently found someone's website that showed numerous
photos of the Shanghai Jewish ghetto during the years 1945, 1947; there
were photos of school children, young adults etc.. I cannot find this
site again...have worked at it all weekend. I'm anxious to find it, and
share it with a friend who was there as a young child with his parents
and sibling. If you know whose website it is, please email me privately
with the information. Thank you,
Judie C. Rice

Seeking: POLAND:Ostralenka,Nowogrod,Lomza..Cynkus,Cinkiewicz,Szulimowicz,
Kaiser

MODERATOR NOTE:
Please let the rest of us know as there are others with interest in this
topic. >>


Family registration number #general

csofer <csofer@...>
 

I have just learned that my great grandfather's brother was registered in
the Malyat Middle Class Community under Family No. 618. What can I learn
from that, and how do I seek the information?
Cheryl Sofer
Melville, NY
csofer@optonline.net


Ettel #general

Foodphile@...
 

I would appreciate knowing if anyone had an "Ettel" (female) in their
family and if so, what did they call themselves here in the United States.
I would guess, Ethel. Anyone else have other experiences? As always, I
appreciate your input.

Meryl Persky
Calabasas, Ca.
DUNITZ (DONETZ), Kovel, Ukr. SALZMAN, Ukr. KETCHMAN, Ukr. HIRSCH, Grebow,
Pol. LEDER, Ryglice, Pol, TEPPER, Galicia KELLNER, Ostropol, Russia COHEN,
Ostropol, Russia SCHIER (SCHUER), Grybow, Pol. SPERBER, Galicia.
KARTAGENER, Tuchow, Pol. GRUNBERG (GREENBERG) Kishinev.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Family registration number #general

csofer <csofer@...>
 

I have just learned that my great grandfather's brother was registered in
the Malyat Middle Class Community under Family No. 618. What can I learn
from that, and how do I seek the information?
Cheryl Sofer
Melville, NY
csofer@optonline.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Ettel #general

Foodphile@...
 

I would appreciate knowing if anyone had an "Ettel" (female) in their
family and if so, what did they call themselves here in the United States.
I would guess, Ethel. Anyone else have other experiences? As always, I
appreciate your input.

Meryl Persky
Calabasas, Ca.
DUNITZ (DONETZ), Kovel, Ukr. SALZMAN, Ukr. KETCHMAN, Ukr. HIRSCH, Grebow,
Pol. LEDER, Ryglice, Pol, TEPPER, Galicia KELLNER, Ostropol, Russia COHEN,
Ostropol, Russia SCHIER (SCHUER), Grybow, Pol. SPERBER, Galicia.
KARTAGENER, Tuchow, Pol. GRUNBERG (GREENBERG) Kishinev.


Re: Shanghai ghetto photos circa 1945, 1947 #general

Charles A. Culman <dave_culman@...>
 

I think the site you're looking for is http://www.rickshaw.org.

- Chuck Culman

Subject: Shanghai ghetto photos circa 1945, 1947
From: Judieson@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 03:04:14 EDT
X-Message-Number: 7

Recently I inadvertently found someone's website that showed numerous
photos of the Shanghai Jewish ghetto during the years 1945, 1947; there
were photos of school children, young adults etc.. I cannot find this site
again...have worked at it all weekend. I'm anxious to find it, and share it
with a friend who was there as a young child with his parents and sibling.
If you know whose website it is, please email me privately with the
information. Thank you,
Judie C. Rice


Zalman LATZKOVICH #general

Jackye Sullins <jackye@...>
 

I tried responding to Zalman Latzkovich privately and my messages bounced.
Would Zalman please send me a good address?

Thanks.

Jackye Sullins
jackye@mill.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Shanghai ghetto photos circa 1945, 1947 #general

Charles A. Culman <dave_culman@...>
 

I think the site you're looking for is http://www.rickshaw.org.

- Chuck Culman

Subject: Shanghai ghetto photos circa 1945, 1947
From: Judieson@aol.com
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2000 03:04:14 EDT
X-Message-Number: 7

Recently I inadvertently found someone's website that showed numerous
photos of the Shanghai Jewish ghetto during the years 1945, 1947; there
were photos of school children, young adults etc.. I cannot find this site
again...have worked at it all weekend. I'm anxious to find it, and share it
with a friend who was there as a young child with his parents and sibling.
If you know whose website it is, please email me privately with the
information. Thank you,
Judie C. Rice


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Zalman LATZKOVICH #general

Jackye Sullins <jackye@...>
 

I tried responding to Zalman Latzkovich privately and my messages bounced.
Would Zalman please send me a good address?

Thanks.

Jackye Sullins
jackye@mill.net


Call For Nominations - IAJGS Awards #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

Dear Belarus SIG Members,

As you can see >from the text below, I am a member of the IAJGS Awards
Committee and have been asked to post this message on our discussion group.

--
David M. Fox
fox@erols.com
Belarus SIG Co Coordinator
Arnold, MD

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
2000 ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JEWISH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETIES

The IAJGS is pleased to invite nominations for the 2000 Achievement Awards
to be presented at the 20th International Conference on Jewish Genealogy to
be held in Salt Lake City, Utah >from July 9 - 14, 2000. Nominations must be
received by Friday June 1, 2000. All Awards will be subject to the specific
criteria outlined below and must be submitted in accordance with the
following general rules:
I. Nominations must and may only be submitted by a member organization of
the IAJGS. Current IAJGS Board members and the Award Committee members are
not eligible for the awards to be given in 2000.
II. Nominations must specify for which award the person or organization is
being nominated and must include the information specified below as required
for that award.
III. Nominations must include the name, address, phone number, fax number,
and e-mail address, if applicable, for the organization making the
nomination (including contact name) and for the person or group being
nominated.
IV. Nominations should be sent to:
Garry Stein, 2000 IAJGS Achievement Awards Committee Chair
15 Holmes Avenue
TH. #13
Toronto, Ontario M2N 4L8
CANADA
garrys@inforamp.net
Note that all nominations must be sent to the above address and nominations
posted on any discussion group or other location will not be considered.
All nominating material should be supplied in triplicate.
V. Nominations may be made for the following awards and must include the
additional information required for those awards as specified below:
1. IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award:
To be presented to a living individual for outstanding contributions of
major significance and benefit to Jewish genealogy. Nominations for the
Lifetime Achievement Award should include biographical information on the
nominee; an outline of the contributions of the nominee, including examples;
a discussion of the significance of the contributions of the nominee; and
any other information that would be germane to the selection process.
Supporting letters of testimony >from other parties would be beneficial to
the Committees considerations.
2. Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print or
Electronic Product:
Multiple awards may be made in this category to a person, persons or
organization. One award may be given in recognition of contribution to the
Internet (e.g. an Internet project), one may be given in recognition of
contribution for Print (e.g. a book, periodical or other publication), and
one award may be given in recognition for contribution for Electronic
Product (e.g. CD-ROM or software program).
Applications for each category will be accepted for a single organization,
but only one award will be made to a single entity. Nominations should
include 3 copies of hard materials (CD's or publications) or a reference to
the URL for Internet projects (Submissions and supporting documentation will
not be returned and remain the property of the IAJGS). Nominations should
also include a summary by the nominating group of the reasons for the
nomination and the nature of the suggested contribution. Nominees will be
evaluated based on the following criteria:
* Number of members/researchers benefiting and or participating;
* Scope and variety of genealogical knowledge promoted by the nominee;
* Quality of the nominee as judged based on criteria specific to the medium
of the nominee - including quality of presentation, use of the medium of
presentation, graphic design and so on; and
* Quality and usefulness of content.
3. Outstanding Programming or Project That Advances the Objectives of Jewish
Genealogy:
These awards may be made to a person, persons or organization. . One award
may be given in recognition of a single program or series of programs and
one award may be given in recognition of a single project or series of
projects.
Applications for each category will be accepted for a single organization,
but only one award will be made to a single entity. Nominations should also
include a summary by the nominating group of the reasons for the nomination
and the nature of the suggested contribution. A history of the Program or
Project should be provided, including a discussion of all persons or
organizations who have contributed to the Program or Project and the nature
of their role and/or contribution. Nominees will be evaluated based on the
following criteria:
* Number of members/researchers benefiting and or participating;
* Scope and variety of genealogical knowledge promoted by the nominee;
* Extent of publicity used to promote the programming or project;
* Methodology/medium used to make information available to participants,
i.e. actual presentation to a live audience, audio or video tape, website,
printed presentations, CD, etc. Samples should be provided for evaluation
(3 copies).
* Quality of the nominee as judged based on criteria specific to the medium
of the nominee - including quality of presentation, use of the medium of
presentation, graphic design and so on; and
* Quality and usefulness of the content;
* Nominations should include specific information on the success of the
program or project in meetings its objectives.
4. Outstanding Publication by a Member Organization of IAJGS:
To be given in recognition of an outstanding newsletter (over a period of
time) or other type of publication. Nominations should include samples of
the publication (3 copies), and a summary by the nominating group of the
reasons for the nomination. Names of the editors and others directly
involved in the publications should be listed, although the award will be
for the publication and will list only the names of the sponsoring
organization (although editors' names will be noted in the presentation of
the award). Nominees will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
* Material interest, variety and originality;
* Content value to advancing the cause of Jewish genealogy;
* Writing and editing quality;
* Readability, attractiveness and graphic design quality; and
* Overall publication impact.

Again please note that nominations and supporting material must be received
by Friday June 1, 2000. The winners of the Awards will be notified but
their names will not be made public until the presentation at the Banquet in
Salt Lake City. All evaluations will be in-camera and will be selected by
the Awards Committee:
Garry Stein, Chair, member JGS of Canada Executive and Board of IAJGS
David Fox, JGS of Greater Washington, founder and Coordinator of Belarus SIG
and Internet editor for AVOTAYNU
Julian Falk, President of JGS of Pittsburgh.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Call For Nominations - IAJGS Awards #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

Dear Belarus SIG Members,

As you can see >from the text below, I am a member of the IAJGS Awards
Committee and have been asked to post this message on our discussion group.

--
David M. Fox
fox@erols.com
Belarus SIG Co Coordinator
Arnold, MD

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
2000 ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF JEWISH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETIES

The IAJGS is pleased to invite nominations for the 2000 Achievement Awards
to be presented at the 20th International Conference on Jewish Genealogy to
be held in Salt Lake City, Utah >from July 9 - 14, 2000. Nominations must be
received by Friday June 1, 2000. All Awards will be subject to the specific
criteria outlined below and must be submitted in accordance with the
following general rules:
I. Nominations must and may only be submitted by a member organization of
the IAJGS. Current IAJGS Board members and the Award Committee members are
not eligible for the awards to be given in 2000.
II. Nominations must specify for which award the person or organization is
being nominated and must include the information specified below as required
for that award.
III. Nominations must include the name, address, phone number, fax number,
and e-mail address, if applicable, for the organization making the
nomination (including contact name) and for the person or group being
nominated.
IV. Nominations should be sent to:
Garry Stein, 2000 IAJGS Achievement Awards Committee Chair
15 Holmes Avenue
TH. #13
Toronto, Ontario M2N 4L8
CANADA
garrys@inforamp.net
Note that all nominations must be sent to the above address and nominations
posted on any discussion group or other location will not be considered.
All nominating material should be supplied in triplicate.
V. Nominations may be made for the following awards and must include the
additional information required for those awards as specified below:
1. IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award:
To be presented to a living individual for outstanding contributions of
major significance and benefit to Jewish genealogy. Nominations for the
Lifetime Achievement Award should include biographical information on the
nominee; an outline of the contributions of the nominee, including examples;
a discussion of the significance of the contributions of the nominee; and
any other information that would be germane to the selection process.
Supporting letters of testimony >from other parties would be beneficial to
the Committees considerations.
2. Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print or
Electronic Product:
Multiple awards may be made in this category to a person, persons or
organization. One award may be given in recognition of contribution to the
Internet (e.g. an Internet project), one may be given in recognition of
contribution for Print (e.g. a book, periodical or other publication), and
one award may be given in recognition for contribution for Electronic
Product (e.g. CD-ROM or software program).
Applications for each category will be accepted for a single organization,
but only one award will be made to a single entity. Nominations should
include 3 copies of hard materials (CD's or publications) or a reference to
the URL for Internet projects (Submissions and supporting documentation will
not be returned and remain the property of the IAJGS). Nominations should
also include a summary by the nominating group of the reasons for the
nomination and the nature of the suggested contribution. Nominees will be
evaluated based on the following criteria:
* Number of members/researchers benefiting and or participating;
* Scope and variety of genealogical knowledge promoted by the nominee;
* Quality of the nominee as judged based on criteria specific to the medium
of the nominee - including quality of presentation, use of the medium of
presentation, graphic design and so on; and
* Quality and usefulness of content.
3. Outstanding Programming or Project That Advances the Objectives of Jewish
Genealogy:
These awards may be made to a person, persons or organization. . One award
may be given in recognition of a single program or series of programs and
one award may be given in recognition of a single project or series of
projects.
Applications for each category will be accepted for a single organization,
but only one award will be made to a single entity. Nominations should also
include a summary by the nominating group of the reasons for the nomination
and the nature of the suggested contribution. A history of the Program or
Project should be provided, including a discussion of all persons or
organizations who have contributed to the Program or Project and the nature
of their role and/or contribution. Nominees will be evaluated based on the
following criteria:
* Number of members/researchers benefiting and or participating;
* Scope and variety of genealogical knowledge promoted by the nominee;
* Extent of publicity used to promote the programming or project;
* Methodology/medium used to make information available to participants,
i.e. actual presentation to a live audience, audio or video tape, website,
printed presentations, CD, etc. Samples should be provided for evaluation
(3 copies).
* Quality of the nominee as judged based on criteria specific to the medium
of the nominee - including quality of presentation, use of the medium of
presentation, graphic design and so on; and
* Quality and usefulness of the content;
* Nominations should include specific information on the success of the
program or project in meetings its objectives.
4. Outstanding Publication by a Member Organization of IAJGS:
To be given in recognition of an outstanding newsletter (over a period of
time) or other type of publication. Nominations should include samples of
the publication (3 copies), and a summary by the nominating group of the
reasons for the nomination. Names of the editors and others directly
involved in the publications should be listed, although the award will be
for the publication and will list only the names of the sponsoring
organization (although editors' names will be noted in the presentation of
the award). Nominees will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
* Material interest, variety and originality;
* Content value to advancing the cause of Jewish genealogy;
* Writing and editing quality;
* Readability, attractiveness and graphic design quality; and
* Overall publication impact.

Again please note that nominations and supporting material must be received
by Friday June 1, 2000. The winners of the Awards will be notified but
their names will not be made public until the presentation at the Banquet in
Salt Lake City. All evaluations will be in-camera and will be selected by
the Awards Committee:
Garry Stein, Chair, member JGS of Canada Executive and Board of IAJGS
David Fox, JGS of Greater Washington, founder and Coordinator of Belarus SIG
and Internet editor for AVOTAYNU
Julian Falk, President of JGS of Pittsburgh.


Re: 1900 Census-Louisville KY #general

Kathy Wolfson <pelette@...>
 

I have extracted the following names of heads of household >from the 1900
Census for Louisville. They are almost all Russian Jews, a few are German.
If you want further information contact me at pelette@msn.com
Kathy Wolfson
Louisville KY

Abraham David
Abramson Abraham
Abram Emily
Abromovich? Abraham
Abromovitch Ele
Abromovich Hyman
Ades L
Arluch Moses
Aronovitz ?
B??stein Joseph
Bach Benjamin
Bachrach Moses
Barkovitz Meyer
Baas Julius
Barnett Michael
Barohn H
Barohn Samuel
Baron Nathan
Bass Abe
Bass M
Bass Morris
Bass Yetta
Beckman William
Belmen? Alexander
Benemovitz? G & L
Berkovitz
Berlein Morris
Berlin Simon
Berman Myer
Bierman H
Bierman Louis
Beirman Nathen
Binder? ?
Birman Jacob
Bish? E
Blacker Wolf
Bleiden Abraham
Bleiweiss Lizzie
Blieden Abe
Blieden Abraham
Blieden Marcus
Blieden Nathan
Block Joshua
Bloom Simon
Borschoff Mick
Bornstein Jacob
Borstein Joseph
Brgozowski Stanislaus
Briskman Charles
Brockman Joseph
Brustein Louis
Cherksky Samuel
Cohen Abraham
Cohen D
Cohen Dora
Cohen Dora
Cohen Goldie
Cohen Isaac
Cohen Isaac
Cohen Jacob
Cohen Louis
Cohen Peter
Cohen Simon
Cohen Wolf

Cohn Wolf
Court Harris
Damzik Moses
Davis Fannie
Davis Sarah
Debrovy Hyman
Denbfcky? Gersone
Devorsky Lena
Dewinsky Anna
Diamond Ben
Eddler Louis
Edelstein Louis
Eils Clara
Epstein Abram
Epstein Hessel?
Epstein S
Ettleman Ike
Evans Eli
Farber
Fiebush Israel
Fiegeltaub Lazar
Fieldbaum Hyman?
Fieldbaum Sh?
Fienberg A
Fienstein Fannie
Finkelman Morris
Fleischman Ike
Fliegel Simon
Fox Louis
Fracht ?
Frank Abraham
Freeman Abraham
Freegman Iriseal
Friedman Jacob
Gavronsky Hyman
Glass Joseph
Gloogush Leon
Goldberg Joseph
Goldberg Lazarus
Goldberg Sarah
Goldsmith Simon
Goldstein D?
Goldstein Herman
Goldstein Ida
Goldstein Isaac
Goldstein Morris
Goldstein Solomon
Goodman Samuel
Gordon Simon
Gottschalk Louis
Greenberg Jacob
Greenberg P
Greenberg? Rachel
Greenberg Sireus?
Greenberg Tillie
Grossman Ben
Grossman Joseph
Grossman L
Grovowosky Philip
Haar Mollie
Hertzman Hester
Hertzman Jacob
Hertzman Meyer
Hertzman Roy
Hirshberg Adlaid
Hirshberg Alexander
Hirshberg Gussie
Hirshberg Jake
Hirshberg S
Hirshberg Joseph
Hobenstein B?
Hurtz Harris
Hyman Abe
Hyman Alexander
Hyman J
Hyman Marcus
Hyman Phil
Hyman Samuel
Hymson Jake
Hymson Mary
Isaac Louis
Isaacs ?
Isaacs David
Isaacs Mollie
Israel Sundel
Jacobs Harris
Jacobs Jake
Jacobson Louis
Jacobstein Abraham
Jacobstein Isaac
Jacobstein Simon
Jaronsky Martin
Jenkins Eli
Joseph Herman
Judah Max
Judakin Loser?
Kanter Ben
Kanter Morris?
Kaplan Benjamin
Kaplan Ike
Kaplan Louis?
Kassel ?
Katz A
Katz Louis
Katz Sam
Katzen Harry?
Kaufman David
Kauffman Morris
King Naltzer?
Klein Jacob
Klein Meyer
Klein Samuel
Kline Nathan
Klmner? Reubin
Kobelsky Samuel
Kohn Henry
Kontor Max
Kort Louis
Kovertizer Jacob
Kremer Joseph
Kuhn (Kahn) Ike
Leifshitz Meyer
Len Leon
Levin Harry
Levin Max
Levine Benjamin
Levine Bert
Levine Sam
Levitan Isaac
Levy Louis
Levy Philip
Lewis Henry
Liebschutz ?
Linker Barnet
Lipliz Jake
Loeb Masc?
Loeberg Abraham
Louis A?
Louis Abraham
Marcus Moses
Marks Abraham
Marks Moses
Marks Sam?
Marles Abraham
Mendelsohn ?
Mendelson Gus
Meyer Julius
Meyers Abraham
Meyers Ben
Miehl?
Mielffsky Samuel
Miller ?
Miller Ike
Minttsky Isaac
Molgenstein Hully?
Moot Louis
Morguelan Jacob
Morgulen Samuel
Morris Isreal
Moskvitz Sarah
Mueller Max
Munsky Hyman
Nathan Louis
Netoffsky Herman?
Netowski Abraham
Neuberger Caroline
Nussbaum Robert
Olstein Lela
Oser Morry
Pasternack Hyman
Perry Harris
Podersky David
Pope Herman
Potok Joseph
Pushin Isaac
Raboutsky Joseph
Ragowsky Sigmund
Ravity Pet
Rhoda Isaac
Riche Morris
Robinsky ?
Robinson Frank
Rogoff Hyman
Rogowsky A
Rogowsky Louis
Rogowsky Nathen
Rosenberg? Harry
Rosenberg Moses?
Rosenfeld Charles
Rosenfield Sam
Rosenlaub? Sam?
Rosenthal Abraham
Rosenthal Jack
Rosenthal Jacob
Rosenthal Morris
Rosenthal Nathen
Rosenzweig Harry?
Roth David
Rothstein Abe
Rothstein Herman
Rothstein Morris
Ruben John
Russman Robian?
Sabbin Barnett
Sagalowsky Isaac
Salinger Robert?
Salinger Simon
Samuel Rosa
Sandler ?
Sapera Jacob
Sapirea Meyer
Saton Bennett
Scheinfeld Solomon
Schleslinger Jackord
Schleslinger Siomon
Schuster Jacob
Schuster Jake
Schuster Louis
Schwartz Benjamin
Segal Herman
Segel Simon
Seidenman Selig
Seligman Rosa
Shaffer Jacob
Shapero Benjamin
Shapero Max
Shapinsky Simon
Shapira Charles
Shapiro? Benjamin
Shapiro? Isaax
Shetzer Moses
Shuhman Moses
Shurson?
Siegel Abraham
Silverstein Samuel
Simon A
Simon Bennie
Simon Jacob
Simon Jacob
Simon Jake
Simons? Max
Singer David
Sini Myers
Sleisinger Morris
Smith Abraham
Smith Abraham
Smith Isaac
Smith William
Smith Wolf
Sneatman Haskel
Solovey Solomon
Sotsky Joseph
Steinberg Julius
Stern Philip
Sternberg H
Strool Charles
Sugarman Ike
Tall Louis
Volk Harry
Waldman Elias
Waringer? Morris
Warsansky Samuel
Warshansky L
Wartofsky Morris
Wasserman Rachel
Wboroffsky Simon
Weber Simon
Weinberg Abraham
Weinberg Esther
Weinberg Jacob
Weinberg M?
Weinberg Mitchell
Weinberger Max?
Weinstein Max
Weinstein Morris
Weinstock Fannie
Weinstock Herman
Winkelstein Jacob
Witofsky Harry
Wolf Ike
Wolf Samuel
Wolf Simon
Wolfsohn W
Wolfson Myer
Wolfsher (Wolfson) Nathan
Wolkow Joseph
Ylipse Joseph
Zimmerman Mack


Bone Marrow Drive in NY #general

Stranddr@...
 

Dear Friends,

As we await the results of the four Washington, DC-based bone marrow drives
earlier this month, we still are desperately searching for a perfect bone
marrow match for our four-year-old son and grandson Henry Strongin Goldberg.
As many of you know, Henry has a rare, often-fatal disease, Fanconi anemia.
He needs to have a bone marrow transplant in the next few months to live.
To date, no perfect matches have been found.

For those of you in the New York area, there is an upcoming bone marrow
drive on Sunday, April 30 in downtown Manhattan. This drive is being
organized by the family of a friend of ours, Daniel Brown, who was recently
diagnosed with leukemia, and is desperately searching for a bone marrow
donor. We strongly encourage those of you in New York City to attend this
bone marrow drive and bring friends. If you know someone in Manhattan
between the ages of 18-60, please pass this along. You or a friend may be
the one to save Henry's and Dan's life.

Bone Marrow Drive
Sunday, April 30th, 2000
Central Synagogue
123 E. 55th St. (corner of Lexington and 55th St.)
New York, NY 10022
10am - 4pm
For more information about Henry please go to www.hsg.org
For more information on Dan and other bone marrow drives his family has
organized, go to www.viaduct.com/helpdan

The Goldberg and Strongin families thank you >from the bottom of our hearts
for your help.
Shalom,
Phyllis Goldberg
Researching: GEIGER & SCHOFLER >from Mielec,
ZWET(S)CHKENBAUM & LIBER >from Kolbuszowa and Majdan
BEINFATER (BINDFADER) & SLOVES >from Warszawa


Chaim - Hyman - Hianny #general

RMiller871@...
 

My grandfather's given name was Chaim and known in the US as Hyman. My
grandmother often referred to him as Hymie. However, on his NY marriage
record and WW I draft registration he signs his name as Hianny. I always
thought this to merely be a nickname of some sort for Hyman. However, the
name Hianny has resurfaced as the name of Elian Gonzalez' infant stepbrother!

Since I have never heard of this as a name before, I am wondering if anyone
else has. If so, what is it's origin, derivation, etc. Any tidbits would
be appreciated.

Rhoda Miller
Babylon, NY
Researching SALOWE, CHOLODOWSKY (Granov, Odessa Uk)


Call for Nominations - 2000 IAJGS Achievement Awards #general

Garry R. Stein <garrys@...>
 

Important Notice to All JewishGen Participants

Call for Nominations
2000 Achievement Awards
International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies

The IAJGS is pleased to invite nominations for the 2000 Achievement Awards
to be presented at the 20th International Conference on Jewish Genealogy to
be held in Salt Lake City, Utah >from July 9 - 14, 2000. Nominations must
be received by Friday June 1, 2000. All Awards will be subject to the
specific criteria outlined below and must be submitted in accordance with
the following general rules:
I. Nominations must and may only be submitted by a member organization of
the IAJGS. Current IAJGS Board members and the Award Committee members are
not eligible for the awards to be given in 2000.
II. Nominations must specify for which award the person or organization is
being nominated and must include the information specified below as
required for that award.
III. Nominations must include the name, address, phone number, fax number,
and e-mail address, if applicable, for the organization making the
nomination (including contact name) and for the person or group being
nominated.
IV. Nominations should be sent to:
Garry Stein, 2000 IAJGS Achievement Awards Committee Chair
15 Holmes Avenue
TH. #13
Toronto, Ontario M2N 4L8
CANADA
garrys@inforamp.net
Note that all nominations must be sent to the above address and nominations
posted on any discussion group or other location will not be considered.
All nominating material should be supplied in triplicate.
V. Nominations may be made for the following awards and must include the
additional information required for those awards as specified below:
1. IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award:
To be presented to a living individual for outstanding contributions of
major significance and benefit to Jewish genealogy. Nominations for the
Lifetime Achievement Award should include biographical information on the
nominee; an outline of the contributions of the nominee, including
examples;a discussion of the significance of the contributions of the
nominee; and any other information that would be germane to the selection
process. Supporting letters of testimony >from other parties would be
beneficial to the Committees considerations.
2. Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print or
Electronic Product:
Multiple awards may be made in this category to a person, persons or
organization. One award may be given in recognition of contribution to the
Internet (e.g. an Internet project), one may be given in recognition of
contribution for Print (e.g. a book, periodical or other publication), and
one award may be given in recognition for contribution for Electronic
Product (e.g. CD-ROM or software program).
Applications for each category will be accepted for a single organization,
but only one award will be made to a single entity. Nominations should
include 3 copies of hard materials (CD's or publications) or a reference to
the URL for Internet projects (Submissions and supporting documentation
will not be returned and remain the property of the IAJGS). Nominations
should also include a summary by the nominating group of the reasons for
the nomination and the nature of the suggested contribution. Nominees will
be evaluated based on the following criteria:
* Number of members/researchers benefiting and or participating;
* Scope and variety of genealogical knowledge promoted by the nominee;
* Quality of the nominee as judged based on criteria specific to the medium
of the nominee - including quality of presentation, use of the medium of
presentation, graphic design and so on; and
* Quality and usefulness of content.
3. Outstanding Programming or Project That Advances the Objectives of
Jewish Genealogy:
These awards may be made to a person, persons or organization. . One award
may be given in recognition of a single program or series of programs and
one award may be given in recognition of a single project or series of
projects.
Applications for each category will be accepted for a single organization,
but only one award will be made to a single entity. Nominations should
also include a summary by the nominating group of the reasons for the
nomination and the nature of the suggested contribution. A history of the
Program or Project should be provided, including a discussion of all
persons or organizations who have contributed to the Program or Project and
the nature of their role and/or contribution. Nominees will be evaluated
based on the following criteria:
* Number of members/researchers benefiting and or participating;
* Scope and variety of genealogical knowledge promoted by the nominee;
* Extent of publicity used to promote the programming or project;
* Methodology/medium used to make information available to participants,
i.e. actual presentation to a live audience, audio or video tape, website,
printed presentations, CD, etc. Samples should be provided for evaluation
(3 copies).
* Quality of the nominee as judged based on criteria specific to the medium
of the nominee - including quality of presentation, use of the medium of
presentation, graphic design and so on; and
* Quality and usefulness of the content;
* Nominations should include specific information on the success of the
program or project in meetings its objectives.
4. Outstanding Publication by a Member Organization of IAJGS:
To be given in recognition of an outstanding newsletter (over a period of
time) or other type of publication. Nominations should include samples of
the publication (3 copies), and a summary by the nominating group of the
reasons for the nomination. Names of the editors and others directly
involved in the publications should be listed, although the award will be
for the publication and will list only the names of the sponsoring
organization (although editors' names will be noted in the presentation of
the award). Nominees will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
* Material interest, variety and originality;
* Content value to advancing the cause of Jewish genealogy;
* Writing and editing quality;
* Readability, attractiveness and graphic design quality; and
* Overall publication impact.

Again please note that nominations and supporting material must be received
by Friday June 1, 2000. The winners of the Awards will be notified but
their names will not be made public until the presentation at the Banquet
in Salt Lake City. All evaluations will be in-camera and will be selected
by the Awards Committee:
Garry Stein, Chair, member JGS of Canada Executive and Board of IAJGS
David Fox, JGS of Greater Washington, founder and Coordinator of Belarus
SIG and Internet editor for AVOTAYNU
Julian Falk, President of JGS of Pittsburgh.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: 1900 Census-Louisville KY #general

Kathy Wolfson <pelette@...>
 

I have extracted the following names of heads of household >from the 1900
Census for Louisville. They are almost all Russian Jews, a few are German.
If you want further information contact me at pelette@msn.com
Kathy Wolfson
Louisville KY

Abraham David
Abramson Abraham
Abram Emily
Abromovich? Abraham
Abromovitch Ele
Abromovich Hyman
Ades L
Arluch Moses
Aronovitz ?
B??stein Joseph
Bach Benjamin
Bachrach Moses
Barkovitz Meyer
Baas Julius
Barnett Michael
Barohn H
Barohn Samuel
Baron Nathan
Bass Abe
Bass M
Bass Morris
Bass Yetta
Beckman William
Belmen? Alexander
Benemovitz? G & L
Berkovitz
Berlein Morris
Berlin Simon
Berman Myer
Bierman H
Bierman Louis
Beirman Nathen
Binder? ?
Birman Jacob
Bish? E
Blacker Wolf
Bleiden Abraham
Bleiweiss Lizzie
Blieden Abe
Blieden Abraham
Blieden Marcus
Blieden Nathan
Block Joshua
Bloom Simon
Borschoff Mick
Bornstein Jacob
Borstein Joseph
Brgozowski Stanislaus
Briskman Charles
Brockman Joseph
Brustein Louis
Cherksky Samuel
Cohen Abraham
Cohen D
Cohen Dora
Cohen Dora
Cohen Goldie
Cohen Isaac
Cohen Isaac
Cohen Jacob
Cohen Louis
Cohen Peter
Cohen Simon
Cohen Wolf

Cohn Wolf
Court Harris
Damzik Moses
Davis Fannie
Davis Sarah
Debrovy Hyman
Denbfcky? Gersone
Devorsky Lena
Dewinsky Anna
Diamond Ben
Eddler Louis
Edelstein Louis
Eils Clara
Epstein Abram
Epstein Hessel?
Epstein S
Ettleman Ike
Evans Eli
Farber
Fiebush Israel
Fiegeltaub Lazar
Fieldbaum Hyman?
Fieldbaum Sh?
Fienberg A
Fienstein Fannie
Finkelman Morris
Fleischman Ike
Fliegel Simon
Fox Louis
Fracht ?
Frank Abraham
Freeman Abraham
Freegman Iriseal
Friedman Jacob
Gavronsky Hyman
Glass Joseph
Gloogush Leon
Goldberg Joseph
Goldberg Lazarus
Goldberg Sarah
Goldsmith Simon
Goldstein D?
Goldstein Herman
Goldstein Ida
Goldstein Isaac
Goldstein Morris
Goldstein Solomon
Goodman Samuel
Gordon Simon
Gottschalk Louis
Greenberg Jacob
Greenberg P
Greenberg? Rachel
Greenberg Sireus?
Greenberg Tillie
Grossman Ben
Grossman Joseph
Grossman L
Grovowosky Philip
Haar Mollie
Hertzman Hester
Hertzman Jacob
Hertzman Meyer
Hertzman Roy
Hirshberg Adlaid
Hirshberg Alexander
Hirshberg Gussie
Hirshberg Jake
Hirshberg S
Hirshberg Joseph
Hobenstein B?
Hurtz Harris
Hyman Abe
Hyman Alexander
Hyman J
Hyman Marcus
Hyman Phil
Hyman Samuel
Hymson Jake
Hymson Mary
Isaac Louis
Isaacs ?
Isaacs David
Isaacs Mollie
Israel Sundel
Jacobs Harris
Jacobs Jake
Jacobson Louis
Jacobstein Abraham
Jacobstein Isaac
Jacobstein Simon
Jaronsky Martin
Jenkins Eli
Joseph Herman
Judah Max
Judakin Loser?
Kanter Ben
Kanter Morris?
Kaplan Benjamin
Kaplan Ike
Kaplan Louis?
Kassel ?
Katz A
Katz Louis
Katz Sam
Katzen Harry?
Kaufman David
Kauffman Morris
King Naltzer?
Klein Jacob
Klein Meyer
Klein Samuel
Kline Nathan
Klmner? Reubin
Kobelsky Samuel
Kohn Henry
Kontor Max
Kort Louis
Kovertizer Jacob
Kremer Joseph
Kuhn (Kahn) Ike
Leifshitz Meyer
Len Leon
Levin Harry
Levin Max
Levine Benjamin
Levine Bert
Levine Sam
Levitan Isaac
Levy Louis
Levy Philip
Lewis Henry
Liebschutz ?
Linker Barnet
Lipliz Jake
Loeb Masc?
Loeberg Abraham
Louis A?
Louis Abraham
Marcus Moses
Marks Abraham
Marks Moses
Marks Sam?
Marles Abraham
Mendelsohn ?
Mendelson Gus
Meyer Julius
Meyers Abraham
Meyers Ben
Miehl?
Mielffsky Samuel
Miller ?
Miller Ike
Minttsky Isaac
Molgenstein Hully?
Moot Louis
Morguelan Jacob
Morgulen Samuel
Morris Isreal
Moskvitz Sarah
Mueller Max
Munsky Hyman
Nathan Louis
Netoffsky Herman?
Netowski Abraham
Neuberger Caroline
Nussbaum Robert
Olstein Lela
Oser Morry
Pasternack Hyman
Perry Harris
Podersky David
Pope Herman
Potok Joseph
Pushin Isaac
Raboutsky Joseph
Ragowsky Sigmund
Ravity Pet
Rhoda Isaac
Riche Morris
Robinsky ?
Robinson Frank
Rogoff Hyman
Rogowsky A
Rogowsky Louis
Rogowsky Nathen
Rosenberg? Harry
Rosenberg Moses?
Rosenfeld Charles
Rosenfield Sam
Rosenlaub? Sam?
Rosenthal Abraham
Rosenthal Jack
Rosenthal Jacob
Rosenthal Morris
Rosenthal Nathen
Rosenzweig Harry?
Roth David
Rothstein Abe
Rothstein Herman
Rothstein Morris
Ruben John
Russman Robian?
Sabbin Barnett
Sagalowsky Isaac
Salinger Robert?
Salinger Simon
Samuel Rosa
Sandler ?
Sapera Jacob
Sapirea Meyer
Saton Bennett
Scheinfeld Solomon
Schleslinger Jackord
Schleslinger Siomon
Schuster Jacob
Schuster Jake
Schuster Louis
Schwartz Benjamin
Segal Herman
Segel Simon
Seidenman Selig
Seligman Rosa
Shaffer Jacob
Shapero Benjamin
Shapero Max
Shapinsky Simon
Shapira Charles
Shapiro? Benjamin
Shapiro? Isaax
Shetzer Moses
Shuhman Moses
Shurson?
Siegel Abraham
Silverstein Samuel
Simon A
Simon Bennie
Simon Jacob
Simon Jacob
Simon Jake
Simons? Max
Singer David
Sini Myers
Sleisinger Morris
Smith Abraham
Smith Abraham
Smith Isaac
Smith William
Smith Wolf
Sneatman Haskel
Solovey Solomon
Sotsky Joseph
Steinberg Julius
Stern Philip
Sternberg H
Strool Charles
Sugarman Ike
Tall Louis
Volk Harry
Waldman Elias
Waringer? Morris
Warsansky Samuel
Warshansky L
Wartofsky Morris
Wasserman Rachel
Wboroffsky Simon
Weber Simon
Weinberg Abraham
Weinberg Esther
Weinberg Jacob
Weinberg M?
Weinberg Mitchell
Weinberger Max?
Weinstein Max
Weinstein Morris
Weinstock Fannie
Weinstock Herman
Winkelstein Jacob
Witofsky Harry
Wolf Ike
Wolf Samuel
Wolf Simon
Wolfsohn W
Wolfson Myer
Wolfsher (Wolfson) Nathan
Wolkow Joseph
Ylipse Joseph
Zimmerman Mack


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bone Marrow Drive in NY #general

Stranddr@...
 

Dear Friends,

As we await the results of the four Washington, DC-based bone marrow drives
earlier this month, we still are desperately searching for a perfect bone
marrow match for our four-year-old son and grandson Henry Strongin Goldberg.
As many of you know, Henry has a rare, often-fatal disease, Fanconi anemia.
He needs to have a bone marrow transplant in the next few months to live.
To date, no perfect matches have been found.

For those of you in the New York area, there is an upcoming bone marrow
drive on Sunday, April 30 in downtown Manhattan. This drive is being
organized by the family of a friend of ours, Daniel Brown, who was recently
diagnosed with leukemia, and is desperately searching for a bone marrow
donor. We strongly encourage those of you in New York City to attend this
bone marrow drive and bring friends. If you know someone in Manhattan
between the ages of 18-60, please pass this along. You or a friend may be
the one to save Henry's and Dan's life.

Bone Marrow Drive
Sunday, April 30th, 2000
Central Synagogue
123 E. 55th St. (corner of Lexington and 55th St.)
New York, NY 10022
10am - 4pm
For more information about Henry please go to www.hsg.org
For more information on Dan and other bone marrow drives his family has
organized, go to www.viaduct.com/helpdan

The Goldberg and Strongin families thank you >from the bottom of our hearts
for your help.
Shalom,
Phyllis Goldberg
Researching: GEIGER & SCHOFLER >from Mielec,
ZWET(S)CHKENBAUM & LIBER >from Kolbuszowa and Majdan
BEINFATER (BINDFADER) & SLOVES >from Warszawa