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Finding Marriage Certificate of Jew b. in Poland m. in Germany circa 1928 #germany

Randy and Nancy Fox <jessefox7@...>
 

Dear Gersiggers - would someone kindly answer these questions for me:

. If a Polish-born Jew (i.e. Polish citizen) resided in Germany and married
in Germany during the interwar (pre-Holocaust) period, would his marriage
certificate be filed at the respective city Standesamt or in the Polish city
of his birth?

. If a Jew in Germany converted to Roman Catholicism to marry a German
Catholic spouse, would they be buried in the Jewish Cemetery or other?
Thanks so much. Regards,

Mrs. Nancy Fox jessefox7@... Franklin, TN, USA


German SIG #Germany Finding Marriage Certificate of Jew b. in Poland m. in Germany circa 1928 #germany

Randy and Nancy Fox <jessefox7@...>
 

Dear Gersiggers - would someone kindly answer these questions for me:

. If a Polish-born Jew (i.e. Polish citizen) resided in Germany and married
in Germany during the interwar (pre-Holocaust) period, would his marriage
certificate be filed at the respective city Standesamt or in the Polish city
of his birth?

. If a Jew in Germany converted to Roman Catholicism to marry a German
Catholic spouse, would they be buried in the Jewish Cemetery or other?
Thanks so much. Regards,

Mrs. Nancy Fox jessefox7@... Franklin, TN, USA


Re: Jewish Chronicle Archives #southafrica

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Mr. Arkoff, please follow my instructions >from the last posting .
The result of following the instructions is that you get the free bit which
is the date and short blurb for each reference for CRADOCK. These number
about 39 references, of course, not all for the South African town of
Cradock.

If you click on anyone of these dates which relate to a Jewish Chronicle
issue, a box will open instructing you on how to obtain a full version of
the referenced article by paying a fee.

You can get a guest membership which is also explained at that point.

That's about as clear as I can make the instructions on how to access this
information.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@...


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica RE: Jewish Chronicle Archives #southafrica

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Mr. Arkoff, please follow my instructions >from the last posting .
The result of following the instructions is that you get the free bit which
is the date and short blurb for each reference for CRADOCK. These number
about 39 references, of course, not all for the South African town of
Cradock.

If you click on anyone of these dates which relate to a Jewish Chronicle
issue, a box will open instructing you on how to obtain a full version of
the referenced article by paying a fee.

You can get a guest membership which is also explained at that point.

That's about as clear as I can make the instructions on how to access this
information.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@...


Re: Old German script (was INTRO: Researching JACOB ... ) #germany

Nicole Heymans <nheymans@...>
 

There was an interesting recent exchange involving Michael Bernet and
Roger Lustig (among many others); the subject was originally umlaut's
but there were also details on identifying i's, u's and n's in a
zigzag. Try looking up umlaut and/or Sutterlin in the discussion
group archives.

Also, if you are looking for specific names, try _writing_ them in
the old German script and looking at the result, rather than
attempting to decipher the script >from scratch. Then try to recognize
frequent words such as "aus", "ledig", "wohnhaft". Go over and over
the same page until words begin to appear.

Good luck, Nicole Heymans, Brussels, Belgium <nheymans@...>

Julian Reinheimer Northridge, California julianolgar@... wrote:

I also need help in translating handwritten (script) death
and birth records written in the early 1800's. I have tried using a number of
guides to old German script, and have not been able to decipher the records.
Thank you for any suggestions


German SIG #Germany Re: Old German script (was INTRO: Researching JACOB ... ) #germany

Nicole Heymans <nheymans@...>
 

There was an interesting recent exchange involving Michael Bernet and
Roger Lustig (among many others); the subject was originally umlaut's
but there were also details on identifying i's, u's and n's in a
zigzag. Try looking up umlaut and/or Sutterlin in the discussion
group archives.

Also, if you are looking for specific names, try _writing_ them in
the old German script and looking at the result, rather than
attempting to decipher the script >from scratch. Then try to recognize
frequent words such as "aus", "ledig", "wohnhaft". Go over and over
the same page until words begin to appear.

Good luck, Nicole Heymans, Brussels, Belgium <nheymans@...>

Julian Reinheimer Northridge, California julianolgar@... wrote:

I also need help in translating handwritten (script) death
and birth records written in the early 1800's. I have tried using a number of
guides to old German script, and have not been able to decipher the records.
Thank you for any suggestions


Jews in LOHRA #germany

C. Eberstadt <cpa-eberstadt@...>
 

Dear fellow researchers
A well known auction site (Germany) offers a book about the Jews of
LOHRA, containing chapters:
Die Juden von Lohra in der doerflichen Gemeinschaft (Jews of Lohre in a
Village Community)
Zur Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde in Lohra (About the History of the
Jewish Community of Lohra).
Maybe, someone could be interested.

Christof Eberstadt Germany <cpa-eberstadt@...>


German SIG #Germany Jews in LOHRA #germany

C. Eberstadt <cpa-eberstadt@...>
 

Dear fellow researchers
A well known auction site (Germany) offers a book about the Jews of
LOHRA, containing chapters:
Die Juden von Lohra in der doerflichen Gemeinschaft (Jews of Lohre in a
Village Community)
Zur Geschichte der jüdischen Gemeinde in Lohra (About the History of the
Jewish Community of Lohra).
Maybe, someone could be interested.

Christof Eberstadt Germany <cpa-eberstadt@...>


Re: MITSCHERLICH #germany

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Since it is quite a rare surname I would suggest
to enter www.veromi.info and click this surname.
Since the deceased parents died in NY and CT (according
to SSDI) I looked whether there are any candidates in
NY and CT. There are!!! Good luck

Jacob Rosen Amman,Jordan <abuwasta@...>


German SIG #Germany re: MITSCHERLICH #germany

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Since it is quite a rare surname I would suggest
to enter www.veromi.info and click this surname.
Since the deceased parents died in NY and CT (according
to SSDI) I looked whether there are any candidates in
NY and CT. There are!!! Good luck

Jacob Rosen Amman,Jordan <abuwasta@...>


San Diego Jewish Genealogical Society #general

enalibof@...
 

Feb 26, 2007 Submitted by Ellen Naliboff enalibof@...

San Diego Jewish Genealogical Society
Meeting: Sunday, March 11, 2007 1:00 P.M.
Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center 2nd Floor Sr. Activity Room
4126 Executive Drive in La Jolla
Opportunity for research in the San Diego Jewish Genealogical Society
library.
Non-members of SDJGS $3.00


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen San Diego Jewish Genealogical Society #general

enalibof@...
 

Feb 26, 2007 Submitted by Ellen Naliboff enalibof@...

San Diego Jewish Genealogical Society
Meeting: Sunday, March 11, 2007 1:00 P.M.
Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center 2nd Floor Sr. Activity Room
4126 Executive Drive in La Jolla
Opportunity for research in the San Diego Jewish Genealogical Society
library.
Non-members of SDJGS $3.00


Fw: Re: Unknown man from Vienna? - Viewmate 9514 #austria-czech

arie meir
 

Dear Siggers;

I am now sending you a revised posting and a direct link to the view mate:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=9514

I do hope you can help me identify this man.

My mother Cilli MAYER (maiden name GLASER) was born in Vienna
in 1914 and died on August 1983. She left many letters and
photos. One of them is VM9514.

from his age and the style of his suit he looks like a contemporary of my
mother. Other members of her family were her brothers Harman GLASER &
David GLASER. They both passed away), Her father Chaim GLASER ,who
disappeared in Przemysl In1939 , and Dvora GLASER (his daughter >from
his second wife). But this is not one of them.

It could be a cousin or a friend >from her student days - perhaps someone
killed in the holocaust? My mother married my father Max MAYER, who was born
in Vienna in 1902 and passed away in Haifa in 1980 or one of their joint
family friends.

Anyway, I am now left with a mystery unless someone can recognize him!

Many thanks

Arieh Mayer
Haifa Israel


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Fw: Re: Unknown man from Vienna? - Viewmate 9514 #austria-czech

arie meir
 

Dear Siggers;

I am now sending you a revised posting and a direct link to the view mate:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=9514

I do hope you can help me identify this man.

My mother Cilli MAYER (maiden name GLASER) was born in Vienna
in 1914 and died on August 1983. She left many letters and
photos. One of them is VM9514.

from his age and the style of his suit he looks like a contemporary of my
mother. Other members of her family were her brothers Harman GLASER &
David GLASER. They both passed away), Her father Chaim GLASER ,who
disappeared in Przemysl In1939 , and Dvora GLASER (his daughter >from
his second wife). But this is not one of them.

It could be a cousin or a friend >from her student days - perhaps someone
killed in the holocaust? My mother married my father Max MAYER, who was born
in Vienna in 1902 and passed away in Haifa in 1980 or one of their joint
family friends.

Anyway, I am now left with a mystery unless someone can recognize him!

Many thanks

Arieh Mayer
Haifa Israel


Re: Baden and Karl Kohn #austria-czech

Peter Gieler <petergieler@...>
 

I am pleased that contact has been made with Thomas Schaerf and the Baden
Community. I met him a number of years ago when I was researching my family
ancestors in Vienna and found him extremely helpful.

I am very interested in Karl KOHN as my late Uncle Siegfried KOHN also left
Vienna and travelled via Shanghai to Melbourne Australia. He too left all
his papers which are vast and include major extracts >from his diaries to the
Archives at the Jewish Museum in Melbourne. A great deal of his artefacts
were used in the exhibition on Jewish Life in Shanghai during the 1940s.

I would like to share my collection of information and exchanged details re
my family Kohn who lived in Moedling and stemmed originally from
Deutschkreuz and Mattersburg.

Peter Gieler
UK


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech RE:Baden and Karl Kohn #austria-czech

Peter Gieler <petergieler@...>
 

I am pleased that contact has been made with Thomas Schaerf and the Baden
Community. I met him a number of years ago when I was researching my family
ancestors in Vienna and found him extremely helpful.

I am very interested in Karl KOHN as my late Uncle Siegfried KOHN also left
Vienna and travelled via Shanghai to Melbourne Australia. He too left all
his papers which are vast and include major extracts >from his diaries to the
Archives at the Jewish Museum in Melbourne. A great deal of his artefacts
were used in the exhibition on Jewish Life in Shanghai during the 1940s.

I would like to share my collection of information and exchanged details re
my family Kohn who lived in Moedling and stemmed originally from
Deutschkreuz and Mattersburg.

Peter Gieler
UK


Brussels Belgium address #france

bik <kooshb9341@...>
 

I'd appreciate lookup of street address for Yaacov Ighbi and/or
Sophie Lemel Ighbi in Brussels, Belgium. We have lost e-mail
contact. Infobel search was negative. Please reply privately to...
--
Bernard Kouchel
kooshb9341@...


French SIG #France Brussels Belgium address #france

bik <kooshb9341@...>
 

I'd appreciate lookup of street address for Yaacov Ighbi and/or
Sophie Lemel Ighbi in Brussels, Belgium. We have lost e-mail
contact. Infobel search was negative. Please reply privately to...
--
Bernard Kouchel
kooshb9341@...


Avotanu does not contain graphics - thanks to all who responded #general

Stuart LeVine <sblevine@...>
 

Thanks to all of you who were able to clarify the answer regarding graphics
included in the CD version of Avotanu.

FOr all of the people who who asked to know the answer - Avotanu on CD does
NOT include any of the graphics or maps or anything other than the text from
the print version.


Stuart LeVine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Avotanu does not contain graphics - thanks to all who responded #general

Stuart LeVine <sblevine@...>
 

Thanks to all of you who were able to clarify the answer regarding graphics
included in the CD version of Avotanu.

FOr all of the people who who asked to know the answer - Avotanu on CD does
NOT include any of the graphics or maps or anything other than the text from
the print version.


Stuart LeVine