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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Searching for survivors/descendants of SCHORR MISCHEL from Galizia #ukraine

lilian schorr <lilianschorr@...>
 

Dear genners,
Many thanks to all who took the time to forward an information or idea
to get to any living relative.
Unfortunatelly I have not found any possitive result to my search, (except
for the possibility with Susannah).
Thank you very much indeed, and I am not giving up this search......

Lilian Schorr Landes
lilianschorr@...

Searching: SCHORR, MISCHEL, >from Stanislawow, Stryy, Lemberg ,
(Lwow), Wien.
Searcxhing: LANDES, BASS, ZEMBER, MEHLER, >from Podkamien,
Brody, Tarnopol, Lemberg (Lwow), USA.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need a phone call in Albuquerque, NM #general

Carol Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

If there is a 'genner living in Albuquerque, New Mexico and is willing to
make a local phone call for me to Congregation BNAI Israel on Inidan School
Road Northeast, please advise and I will supply the information needed.

thanks in advance
Carol Skydell
Laguna Woods, CA


Thanks to Jane Ehrlich REIFER #general

Carole Feinberg <feincgs@...>
 

My thanks to Jane Ehrlich REIFER's "reply to" e-mail address bounced.
I'm sorry to take up everyone's valuable time with this message, but I
wanted to thank Jane for doing a lookup for me.

Thanks, Jane.

Carole Glick Feinberg
Atlanta, GA, USA

GLEKEL/Volochisk, Ukraine
SOMERFLECK, MALKISCHER, KATZ/Zbarazh area
HILLEBRAND, LERNER, KREUTZENAUER, SCHECK, BERNSTEIN/Drogobych, Borislav


Need a phone call in Albuquerque, NM #general

Carol Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

If there is a 'genner living in Albuquerque, New Mexico and is willing to
make a local phone call for me to Congregation BNAI Israel on Inidan School
Road Northeast, please advise and I will supply the information needed.

thanks in advance
Carol Skydell
Laguna Woods, CA


Re: Searching for survivors/descendants of SCHORR MISCHEL from Galizia #galicia

lilian schorr <lilianschorr@...>
 

Dear genners,
Many thanks to all who took the time to forward an information or idea
to get to any living relative.
Unfortunatelly I have not found any possitive result to my search, (except
for the possibility with Susannah).
Thank you very much indeed, and I am not giving up this search......

Lilian Schorr Landes
lilianschorr@...

Searching: SCHORR, MISCHEL, >from Stanislawow, Stryy, Lemberg ,
(Lwow), Wien.
Searcxhing: LANDES, BASS, ZEMBER, MEHLER, >from Podkamien,
Brody, Tarnopol, Lemberg (Lwow), USA.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thanks to Jane Ehrlich REIFER #general

Carole Feinberg <feincgs@...>
 

My thanks to Jane Ehrlich REIFER's "reply to" e-mail address bounced.
I'm sorry to take up everyone's valuable time with this message, but I
wanted to thank Jane for doing a lookup for me.

Thanks, Jane.

Carole Glick Feinberg
Atlanta, GA, USA

GLEKEL/Volochisk, Ukraine
SOMERFLECK, MALKISCHER, KATZ/Zbarazh area
HILLEBRAND, LERNER, KREUTZENAUER, SCHECK, BERNSTEIN/Drogobych, Borislav


Central Florida Meeting - Feb. 13 #general

SSeckbach
 

The next meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando is
Tuesday February 13, 7:00PM Senior Lounge of the Jewish Community Center. The
is "Crypto Jews." presented by our member Bud Whithill.

Sim Seckbach
Sseckbach@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Central Florida Meeting - Feb. 13 #general

SSeckbach
 

The next meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando is
Tuesday February 13, 7:00PM Senior Lounge of the Jewish Community Center. The
is "Crypto Jews." presented by our member Bud Whithill.

Sim Seckbach
Sseckbach@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen useful websites from Rootsweb-and MOKOTOFF article #general

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

Pushing Back The Brick Wall

by Gary Mokotoff

Jewish genealogists with Eastern European ancestry hit a brick
wall in tracing their roots at about the year 1800 for two
reasons: (1) prior to that date Jews did not have hereditary
surnames; therefore, if there are any records of that time,
ancestors are identified only by their given names and perhaps
their patronymics; and (2) for many years the evidence was that
there were few records prior to 1800 that identified Jews by
name.

With the increased sophistication of Jewish genealogical
research, this brick wall is being pushed back at least a
century. Because Eastern European Jews historically name their
children after deceased ancestors, a number of more advanced
researchers have been able to analyze 18th-century documents and
identify their family based solely on given names. (See
"Tackling the Lack of Surnames in 18th-Century Russian Records"
by Len Yodaiken in the Fall 1999 issue of Avotaynu.) The Fall
2000 issue of Avotaynu addressed the second obstacle, lack of
documents, by noting that Polish nobility records contain
information about the population on their lands, including Jews.
(See "Can Jewish Genealogists Successfully Research 18th-Century
Poland?" by Sallyann Amdur Sack.) The region covered is Poland
and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania which today comprises portions
of Belarus, Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine. Researchers should
first determine which nobleman owned his/her ancestor's town and
then find out where the private archives is now located. There
is a good chance that these records will include censuses and
lists of Jews who lived on the noble's lands and in his towns.

To assist in the research, Avotaynu has published on the
Internet all known holdings of the private archives of Polish
magnates at http://www.avotaynu.com/magnates.htm. For example,
if your ancestors lived under the rule of the MIERZEJEWSKI
family, their private archives is at the Academy of Sciences in
Vilnius. The SAMBIRS'KYI family archives is at the State
Historical Archive in Kiev. One researcher found censuses in
the CZARTORYSKI family archives in Krakow that included entries
on the Ba'al Shem Tov (1700-1760), the founder of Hassidism, in
the Besht's hometown of Medzhibozh!

["Pushing Back the Brick Wall" first appeared in "Nu? What's
New? News About Jewish Genealogy >from Avotaynu," Vol. 2, No. 2,
January 28, 2001 and is reprinted with the author's kind
permission.]


England. 19th Century Trade Directories and Tax Lists
104,000 records; Sue O'Neill
http://userdb.rootsweb.com/uki/

United States. Federal and New York State Census Transcriptions
Northeastern States; 945 records; Veronica Meier
http://userdb.rootsweb.com/census/index/


Call For Volunteer U.S. Federal Census Transcribers. If you are
interested in transcribing any state/county of any U.S. federal
census records, please visit http://www.rootsweb.com/~census/

All transcriptions are included in the USGenWeb Archives.

Census Additions/Updates, Week Ending 2 February 2001
http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/nu/index.htm

* * *
Don't overlook the valuable existing locality mailing
lists. For example, learn what lists are now available for
Australia, England, and New Zealand by checking the indexes at:
Australia: http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/intl/AUS/
England: http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/intl/ENG/
New Zealand: http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/intl/NZL/

MISNER, MISENER, MISENAR, MIZNER, and MIZENER Family of North
America. Contains an alphabetical list of all found deceased
male members of the various MISNER families in Canada and the
U.S.A. >from the early-1700s to the mid-1900s. Some pictures.
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~grannyapple/MISNER/
MISNERdata.html [Note Two-Line URL]

Permission to reprint articles >from Rootsweb Review is granted
unless specifically stated otherwise, provided: (1) the reprint
is used for non-commercial, educational purposes; and (2) the
following notice appears at the end of the article:
Written by [author's name, e-mail address, and URL, if
given]. Previously published by RootsWeb.com,
Inc., RootsWeb Review: RootsWeb's Genealogy News, Vol. 4, No. 6,
7 February 2001. RootsWeb: http://www.rootsweb.com/


Miriam Margolyes
searching: SANDMAN (Prussia, 19C London & South Africa) POSNER
(Berlin & Posen) LAZARUS (Berlin) MODE & MOED (Lisbon & London)


useful websites from Rootsweb-and MOKOTOFF article #general

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

Pushing Back The Brick Wall

by Gary Mokotoff

Jewish genealogists with Eastern European ancestry hit a brick
wall in tracing their roots at about the year 1800 for two
reasons: (1) prior to that date Jews did not have hereditary
surnames; therefore, if there are any records of that time,
ancestors are identified only by their given names and perhaps
their patronymics; and (2) for many years the evidence was that
there were few records prior to 1800 that identified Jews by
name.

With the increased sophistication of Jewish genealogical
research, this brick wall is being pushed back at least a
century. Because Eastern European Jews historically name their
children after deceased ancestors, a number of more advanced
researchers have been able to analyze 18th-century documents and
identify their family based solely on given names. (See
"Tackling the Lack of Surnames in 18th-Century Russian Records"
by Len Yodaiken in the Fall 1999 issue of Avotaynu.) The Fall
2000 issue of Avotaynu addressed the second obstacle, lack of
documents, by noting that Polish nobility records contain
information about the population on their lands, including Jews.
(See "Can Jewish Genealogists Successfully Research 18th-Century
Poland?" by Sallyann Amdur Sack.) The region covered is Poland
and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania which today comprises portions
of Belarus, Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine. Researchers should
first determine which nobleman owned his/her ancestor's town and
then find out where the private archives is now located. There
is a good chance that these records will include censuses and
lists of Jews who lived on the noble's lands and in his towns.

To assist in the research, Avotaynu has published on the
Internet all known holdings of the private archives of Polish
magnates at http://www.avotaynu.com/magnates.htm. For example,
if your ancestors lived under the rule of the MIERZEJEWSKI
family, their private archives is at the Academy of Sciences in
Vilnius. The SAMBIRS'KYI family archives is at the State
Historical Archive in Kiev. One researcher found censuses in
the CZARTORYSKI family archives in Krakow that included entries
on the Ba'al Shem Tov (1700-1760), the founder of Hassidism, in
the Besht's hometown of Medzhibozh!

["Pushing Back the Brick Wall" first appeared in "Nu? What's
New? News About Jewish Genealogy >from Avotaynu," Vol. 2, No. 2,
January 28, 2001 and is reprinted with the author's kind
permission.]


England. 19th Century Trade Directories and Tax Lists
104,000 records; Sue O'Neill
http://userdb.rootsweb.com/uki/

United States. Federal and New York State Census Transcriptions
Northeastern States; 945 records; Veronica Meier
http://userdb.rootsweb.com/census/index/


Call For Volunteer U.S. Federal Census Transcribers. If you are
interested in transcribing any state/county of any U.S. federal
census records, please visit http://www.rootsweb.com/~census/

All transcriptions are included in the USGenWeb Archives.

Census Additions/Updates, Week Ending 2 February 2001
http://www.rootsweb.com/~cenfiles/nu/index.htm

* * *
Don't overlook the valuable existing locality mailing
lists. For example, learn what lists are now available for
Australia, England, and New Zealand by checking the indexes at:
Australia: http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/intl/AUS/
England: http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/intl/ENG/
New Zealand: http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/intl/NZL/

MISNER, MISENER, MISENAR, MIZNER, and MIZENER Family of North
America. Contains an alphabetical list of all found deceased
male members of the various MISNER families in Canada and the
U.S.A. >from the early-1700s to the mid-1900s. Some pictures.
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~grannyapple/MISNER/
MISNERdata.html [Note Two-Line URL]

Permission to reprint articles >from Rootsweb Review is granted
unless specifically stated otherwise, provided: (1) the reprint
is used for non-commercial, educational purposes; and (2) the
following notice appears at the end of the article:
Written by [author's name, e-mail address, and URL, if
given]. Previously published by RootsWeb.com,
Inc., RootsWeb Review: RootsWeb's Genealogy News, Vol. 4, No. 6,
7 February 2001. RootsWeb: http://www.rootsweb.com/


Miriam Margolyes
searching: SANDMAN (Prussia, 19C London & South Africa) POSNER
(Berlin & Posen) LAZARUS (Berlin) MODE & MOED (Lisbon & London)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen First Name "Benche" #general

KissenaBlvd@...
 

Dear Group,

There is some dispute as to what my grandfather's Hebrew name was.
Cousins called him Benche -- with the "che" pronounced as in "chest."
I presume Benche is a nickname. But a nickname for what? If it is
relevant, he was born in Novogrudok, in northwest Minsk gubernia, in 1896.

Ira Leibowitz
Bethesda, Md.


Searching: GORDON, LEIBOWITZ, TSINKIN: Novogrudok, Bel. to Yonkers, NY/NYC
FRANKEL, KAPCHITS/KAPLAN, SHEVRIN: Starobin, Bel. to NYC
AGRANOWITZ/AGRAN: Mogilev Gub. to Baltimore, Md.
PESETZKY/POSESS: Skavshin/Pukhovici/Slutsk, Bel. to NYC/Conn.
YAFFE: Skavshin/Pukhovici, Bel. to Oakland/San Francisco, Cal.
BISKAR, ZUCKERMAN: Ignatovka/Zofyuvka/Rovno, Ukr. to Washington, DC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: correction: ba'al shivah #general

Stan Goodman <stan@...>
 

On Fri, 9 Feb 2001 23:19:03, rabbi@... (Matt Friedman)
opined:

Sorry folks. The word for gray haired is ba'al sivah, not ba'al shivah.
Not a fine point at all. The word is, in fact, "seiva" (say va).

The finer points of Hebrew grammar are making me go gray...

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

Searching:
NEACHOWICZ/NOACHOWICZ, NEJMAN/NAJMAN, ROKITA: >from Lomza Gubernia
ISMACH: >from Lomza Gubernia, Galicia, and Ukraina
HERTANU, ABRAMOVICI, LAUER: >from Dorohoi District, Romania
GRISARU, VATARU: >from Iasi, Romania

See my interactive family tree (requires Java 1.1.6 or better):
http://www.hashkedim.com

Please note: To send me email, please delete the REMOVE_THIS >from my
address.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: "Re: Vladivostock-TALALAYEVSKY" #general

NFatouros@...
 

In her message of 02-0809 Beatrice Markel asked for help in finding out
about a "cousin, Lazor TALALAYEVSKY, who lived and worked in Vladivostock
for at least 6 years during the 1930's." She had hoped to find
information about him >from the present head of the Jewish Community but
was disappointed.

Given the anti-Jewish and anti-Zionist policies of the Soviets which
developed during the 1920's I doubt that there was an identifiable Jewish
community in Vladivostock during the 1930's. Still, I imagine that people
of Jewish origin did work there in some governmental capacity or as clerks
or manager of a factory. If they met as Jews, it must have been
clandestinely.

The years of cousin Lazor's stint in Vladivostock coincided with "The
Great Terror" during which Japan invaded Manchuria, and isolated it >from
China's power and influence. Stalin hurriedly sent thousands of troops to
the Far East, and economic conditions in Vladivostock deteriorated
greatly. The city's large Asian population was purged and its Korans and
Chinese disappeared or were deported. Whatever private enterprise may have
existed in earlier years in the city was eliminated.

If Ms. Markel's cousin was free to leave to visit his family in Kiev
for ten days, during his six years in Vladivostock it can be assumed that
he had not been banished there for some offense against the Stalinist
regime.

There was a University in the city where Lazor could have taught and
done research, but he could also have been employed in a governmental
capacity, or as a clerk or manager with the Trans-Siberian Railroad which
had its terminus in Vladivostock. Perhaps he was a border guard or
perhaps he arranged for the transfer and assignments of the many thousands
of political and criminal prisoners who had been transported to
Vladivostock to be sent transit camps and >from these to labor and die in
the gold fields of Kolyma of Magadan. For all I know, for some suddenly
concocted "counter-revolutionary" offense, Lazor himself could have ended
up in some unmarked mass grave in those same gold fields!

I hope I have not been unduly discouraging and that other Jewishgenners
will have more optimistic view of Ms. Markel's probability in finding
information about her cousin.

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@...
Researching: BELKOWSKY, Odessa, Berdichev; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SHUTZ, SCHUTZ,
Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;SAS, Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol; BEHAM,
Salok, Kharkov.


Re: correction: ba'al shivah #general

Stan Goodman <stan@...>
 

On Fri, 9 Feb 2001 23:19:03, rabbi@... (Matt Friedman)
opined:

Sorry folks. The word for gray haired is ba'al sivah, not ba'al shivah.
Not a fine point at all. The word is, in fact, "seiva" (say va).

The finer points of Hebrew grammar are making me go gray...

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

Searching:
NEACHOWICZ/NOACHOWICZ, NEJMAN/NAJMAN, ROKITA: >from Lomza Gubernia
ISMACH: >from Lomza Gubernia, Galicia, and Ukraina
HERTANU, ABRAMOVICI, LAUER: >from Dorohoi District, Romania
GRISARU, VATARU: >from Iasi, Romania

See my interactive family tree (requires Java 1.1.6 or better):
http://www.hashkedim.com

Please note: To send me email, please delete the REMOVE_THIS >from my
address.


First Name "Benche" #general

KissenaBlvd@...
 

Dear Group,

There is some dispute as to what my grandfather's Hebrew name was.
Cousins called him Benche -- with the "che" pronounced as in "chest."
I presume Benche is a nickname. But a nickname for what? If it is
relevant, he was born in Novogrudok, in northwest Minsk gubernia, in 1896.

Ira Leibowitz
Bethesda, Md.


Searching: GORDON, LEIBOWITZ, TSINKIN: Novogrudok, Bel. to Yonkers, NY/NYC
FRANKEL, KAPCHITS/KAPLAN, SHEVRIN: Starobin, Bel. to NYC
AGRANOWITZ/AGRAN: Mogilev Gub. to Baltimore, Md.
PESETZKY/POSESS: Skavshin/Pukhovici/Slutsk, Bel. to NYC/Conn.
YAFFE: Skavshin/Pukhovici, Bel. to Oakland/San Francisco, Cal.
BISKAR, ZUCKERMAN: Ignatovka/Zofyuvka/Rovno, Ukr. to Washington, DC


Re: "Re: Vladivostock-TALALAYEVSKY" #general

NFatouros@...
 

In her message of 02-0809 Beatrice Markel asked for help in finding out
about a "cousin, Lazor TALALAYEVSKY, who lived and worked in Vladivostock
for at least 6 years during the 1930's." She had hoped to find
information about him >from the present head of the Jewish Community but
was disappointed.

Given the anti-Jewish and anti-Zionist policies of the Soviets which
developed during the 1920's I doubt that there was an identifiable Jewish
community in Vladivostock during the 1930's. Still, I imagine that people
of Jewish origin did work there in some governmental capacity or as clerks
or manager of a factory. If they met as Jews, it must have been
clandestinely.

The years of cousin Lazor's stint in Vladivostock coincided with "The
Great Terror" during which Japan invaded Manchuria, and isolated it >from
China's power and influence. Stalin hurriedly sent thousands of troops to
the Far East, and economic conditions in Vladivostock deteriorated
greatly. The city's large Asian population was purged and its Korans and
Chinese disappeared or were deported. Whatever private enterprise may have
existed in earlier years in the city was eliminated.

If Ms. Markel's cousin was free to leave to visit his family in Kiev
for ten days, during his six years in Vladivostock it can be assumed that
he had not been banished there for some offense against the Stalinist
regime.

There was a University in the city where Lazor could have taught and
done research, but he could also have been employed in a governmental
capacity, or as a clerk or manager with the Trans-Siberian Railroad which
had its terminus in Vladivostock. Perhaps he was a border guard or
perhaps he arranged for the transfer and assignments of the many thousands
of political and criminal prisoners who had been transported to
Vladivostock to be sent transit camps and >from these to labor and die in
the gold fields of Kolyma of Magadan. For all I know, for some suddenly
concocted "counter-revolutionary" offense, Lazor himself could have ended
up in some unmarked mass grave in those same gold fields!

I hope I have not been unduly discouraging and that other Jewishgenners
will have more optimistic view of Ms. Markel's probability in finding
information about her cousin.

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@...
Researching: BELKOWSKY, Odessa, Berdichev; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SHUTZ, SCHUTZ,
Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;SAS, Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol; BEHAM,
Salok, Kharkov.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: Family of Fanette BERNSTEIN, Newton MA ---> Delray Beach, FL #general

Jeff Sugarman <sugarjf@...>
 

I am seeking cousins who are the children of Fanette BERNSTEIN. Fanette
lived in West Newton, MA. She died in Delray Beach, Florida in 1995.

Her children are Sambra and Sylvia.

If anyone knows of this family, I'd very much appreciate any information
you could give.

Please respond privately,
Thanks much,

Jeff Sugarman
sugarjf@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Success with JRI surname list! #general

Kirsten Gradel <kmgradel@...>
 

Wanting to find the birthplace of our paternal gfather I have for the
last year been searching the JRI-database for the PRASZNISZER name, with
all (what I thought) possible spelling variations - and believe me, there
are many for that name. I found three towns, and none of those could be
the birthtown. Only because I recently got a lead directing me towards
the Kolo and Konin area in Kalisz Gub. was it feasible to look at
specific surname lists. In Kolo I found PRASZPISZER, >from 1870!!
Apart >from the p it was such a close fit
A few months ago I posted a mail about a possible succes with JRI-Poland
database and how the surname list had helped. Here is the follow-up of
the above quote:

I still havn't got the Kolo films I ordered, but a kind genner in LA
recently sent me a copy of that 1870 marriage certificate and another
kind genner in Toronto (isn't this a great community!) helped with the
translation. It turns out to be just what I hoped, a marriage in our
PRASZNISZER family >from the village of Wladyslawow near Kolo.

So now, at long last, we know our grandfather's hometown. I had come
across the name of that town before because a nephew and a younger
brother of his were born in Wladyslawow (naturalization papers 1893 and
1904 in PRO in UK) and an older brother gave Wladyslawow as his hometown
on a Certificate of Evidence (1892) >from London. There are however many
towns of that name in Poland and one in Lithuania so I wasn't much wiser
untill Stanley DIAMOND told me that Wladyslawow near Kolo was also known
as Russiocice! At that point my interest centered on Kolo, because after
coming to UK one of those nephews married a woman >from Russiocice (Alien
reg. card >from 1919)!!

I didn't find a new branch of PRASZNICERs, but a big surprise was all the
same buried in that record because it turns out to be a marriage record
for the nephew who later, in 1886, married in UK. It had crossed my mind
that this could be the case, because he was rather old for the UK
marriage to be his first.

So now the hunt goes on. Did his wife die or did they divorce? Were there
children >from this Kolo marriage?

Once again, a big thanks to JRI-Poland and to JewishGen for hosting that
great database, and to Stanley for directing me towards Kolo. When I
wrote to thank him for his help he answered that he was glad to be able
to help in little ways too - well, to me it was a big help.

I will be sending a letter to Sheila Shalo in a day or two.

Kirsten Gradel, Denmark


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: Ann, Alvin COHEN, SHUSTER of Newton, MA #general

Jeff Sugarman <sugarjf@...>
 

I am seeking cousins who are the children of Rosalie HAAS SHUSTER, who died
in Newton, MA in 1986.
In her obituary are listed her children Ann and Alvin COHEN of Newton and
Carrie SCHNEIDER and Susan HILLMAN as grandchildren.

If someone >from the Newton area (or anyone else) knows of this family, I'd
very much appreciate any information you could give.

Please respond privately,
Thanks much,

Jeff Sugarman
sugarjf@...


Searching: Ann, Alvin COHEN, SHUSTER of Newton, MA #general

Jeff Sugarman <sugarjf@...>
 

I am seeking cousins who are the children of Rosalie HAAS SHUSTER, who died
in Newton, MA in 1986.
In her obituary are listed her children Ann and Alvin COHEN of Newton and
Carrie SCHNEIDER and Susan HILLMAN as grandchildren.

If someone >from the Newton area (or anyone else) knows of this family, I'd
very much appreciate any information you could give.

Please respond privately,
Thanks much,

Jeff Sugarman
sugarjf@...