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Gyomore location #hungary

Ulenspigel@...
 

Dear List;

Could someone please tell me where I could find a map of Gyomore?

Thank you,
Doris Wilson
Rochester NY


Hungary SIG #Hungary Gyomore location #hungary

Ulenspigel@...
 

Dear List;

Could someone please tell me where I could find a map of Gyomore?

Thank you,
Doris Wilson
Rochester NY


List of names (Research) #hungary

Jpfano357@...
 

Dear sephardic genners
Bonjour
I do send you all the names I do research.
I do thing it is a good way to start the new year.
All these names are directly connected to my ancestors :=20
Marco FANO ( 1683 - 1743 Venezia, Italia)
or Moise ELLINGER ( Ca 1750 - Ca 1810 Mainz ,Germany)

John Patrick FANO - Aix en Provence - France jpfano357@aol.com
Research :=20
ABENDANA NAMIAS / Amsterdam ( Neth) 19 to 20 th
BARZILAY : Amsterdam(Neth) Venezia(It.) France & U.S.A 18 to 20 th
BASAN (Rabbi): Altona (Ger.), Budapest (H.)Venezia( It.) 16 to 20 Th
BENSIMON: Marseille & Paris (Fr.) 19 to 20 th
BUENO DE MESQUITA : SP,Neth, GB, FR, B., U.S.A . 18 to 21 th
CAHN : Mainz ( Germany) 18 to 20 th
CIVIDAL GEMELLI Venezia (Italia) 19 to 20 th
CUTTI : Venezia (Italia) 18 to 19th
DAVIDSON : Dantzig (Ger.) Paris (Fr.) 19 to 20 th
DE CASTRO : Istambul (Turkey) 19 & 20 Th
DE JONG : Amsterdam( Neth.)19 to 20th
DE LA MAR : Amsterdam(Neth) 19 to 20 th
DE LIMA : Amsterdam ( Neth) 17 to 20 Th
ELLINGER : Mainz (Germany), Manchester (England) 18 to 19th
FANO :Venezia (It.),Istanbul (T.),Amsterdam (Neth.),Paris (Fr.)17to20 th
ISRAEL DE VITA : Amsterdam (Neth) 18 to 20 th
GROSSMAYER : Mainz (Germany & U.S.A 19 to 20 th
MENDES DA COSTA : Amsterdam ( Neth) 19 to 20 th
NORDEN : London (England) Amsterdam(NL.) 18 to 20 Th
PINEDO (De) : Amsterdam (Neth) Paris (Fr) 18 to 20 th
SCARAMELLA : Venezia ( Italia) 18 & 19 th
SCHLESINGER:Manchester,London(England) Mainz(Ger.)18 to 20 th
SCHOIJER : Amsterdam (Neth) 19 to 20 th
SERENA : Venezia (It.) 19 to 20 th
VAN CLEEF ; Amsterdam (Neth) 19 to 20 th
VAN OVEN : London (England) , Den Haag (Neth) 18 to 20 th
VERGARA ; Madrid (Spain) 18 to 20 th
VON OFEN : Altona & Hamburg(Germany) 17 to 19 th

Sincerly yours=20
Best regards
Bonne ann=E9e

John Patrick FANO Mandurah , Western AUSTRALIA , jpfano357@aol.com


Re: Looking for Friedmans from Kosice Hungary area. #hungary

Barbara & Steve Wasser <swass@...>
 

Leah Friedman Levine is looking for Friedman's in the Kosice Hungary area.

According to the birth records at the archives in Presov, I have an
uncle Gejza HARTSTEIN who was born August 6, 1896 in Beretto
(Bretejovce) and the God parent, i.e Sondeck was Miklos Friedman.

Gejza died as an infant and we have no other records and do not have
any more information regarding this Friedman. Does he appear in
anyone's tree? I would think he must have been related somehow.

Barbara Wasser


reseacher in Salt Lake City #hungary

renato mannheimer
 

I would like to hire a professional researcher who can make some lookups =
for me in Salt Lake City, specially on the 1869 Hungary Census. Do you =
have some experience on a resercher? Or suggetions?
Please answer privately
Thank you for you help
Renato Mannheimer
Milano Italy
renato@ispo.it


Hungary SIG #Hungary List of names (Research) #hungary

Jpfano357@...
 

Dear sephardic genners
Bonjour
I do send you all the names I do research.
I do thing it is a good way to start the new year.
All these names are directly connected to my ancestors :=20
Marco FANO ( 1683 - 1743 Venezia, Italia)
or Moise ELLINGER ( Ca 1750 - Ca 1810 Mainz ,Germany)

John Patrick FANO - Aix en Provence - France jpfano357@aol.com
Research :=20
ABENDANA NAMIAS / Amsterdam ( Neth) 19 to 20 th
BARZILAY : Amsterdam(Neth) Venezia(It.) France & U.S.A 18 to 20 th
BASAN (Rabbi): Altona (Ger.), Budapest (H.)Venezia( It.) 16 to 20 Th
BENSIMON: Marseille & Paris (Fr.) 19 to 20 th
BUENO DE MESQUITA : SP,Neth, GB, FR, B., U.S.A . 18 to 21 th
CAHN : Mainz ( Germany) 18 to 20 th
CIVIDAL GEMELLI Venezia (Italia) 19 to 20 th
CUTTI : Venezia (Italia) 18 to 19th
DAVIDSON : Dantzig (Ger.) Paris (Fr.) 19 to 20 th
DE CASTRO : Istambul (Turkey) 19 & 20 Th
DE JONG : Amsterdam( Neth.)19 to 20th
DE LA MAR : Amsterdam(Neth) 19 to 20 th
DE LIMA : Amsterdam ( Neth) 17 to 20 Th
ELLINGER : Mainz (Germany), Manchester (England) 18 to 19th
FANO :Venezia (It.),Istanbul (T.),Amsterdam (Neth.),Paris (Fr.)17to20 th
ISRAEL DE VITA : Amsterdam (Neth) 18 to 20 th
GROSSMAYER : Mainz (Germany & U.S.A 19 to 20 th
MENDES DA COSTA : Amsterdam ( Neth) 19 to 20 th
NORDEN : London (England) Amsterdam(NL.) 18 to 20 Th
PINEDO (De) : Amsterdam (Neth) Paris (Fr) 18 to 20 th
SCARAMELLA : Venezia ( Italia) 18 & 19 th
SCHLESINGER:Manchester,London(England) Mainz(Ger.)18 to 20 th
SCHOIJER : Amsterdam (Neth) 19 to 20 th
SERENA : Venezia (It.) 19 to 20 th
VAN CLEEF ; Amsterdam (Neth) 19 to 20 th
VAN OVEN : London (England) , Den Haag (Neth) 18 to 20 th
VERGARA ; Madrid (Spain) 18 to 20 th
VON OFEN : Altona & Hamburg(Germany) 17 to 19 th

Sincerly yours=20
Best regards
Bonne ann=E9e

John Patrick FANO Mandurah , Western AUSTRALIA , jpfano357@aol.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Looking for Friedmans from Kosice Hungary area. #hungary

Barbara & Steve Wasser <swass@...>
 

Leah Friedman Levine is looking for Friedman's in the Kosice Hungary area.

According to the birth records at the archives in Presov, I have an
uncle Gejza HARTSTEIN who was born August 6, 1896 in Beretto
(Bretejovce) and the God parent, i.e Sondeck was Miklos Friedman.

Gejza died as an infant and we have no other records and do not have
any more information regarding this Friedman. Does he appear in
anyone's tree? I would think he must have been related somehow.

Barbara Wasser


Hungary SIG #Hungary reseacher in Salt Lake City #hungary

renato mannheimer
 

I would like to hire a professional researcher who can make some lookups =
for me in Salt Lake City, specially on the 1869 Hungary Census. Do you =
have some experience on a resercher? Or suggetions?
Please answer privately
Thank you for you help
Renato Mannheimer
Milano Italy
renato@ispo.it


Re: Looking for Friedmans from Kosice Hungary area. #hungary

Barbara & Steve Wasser <swass@...>
 

Regarding more Friedman info:

I just checked my data base and realized that Bernat aka Benjamin
Friedman was born in 1853 in Hungary. He married Pauline Frank and
they had five sons among them the late bandleader Ted Lewis. Family
history indicates that the HARTSTEIN family is related to Ted Lewis
aka Ted Friedman. Of course Miskos could have been a member of the
family too but I haven't been able to document that.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Looking for Friedmans from Kosice Hungary area. #hungary

Barbara & Steve Wasser <swass@...>
 

Regarding more Friedman info:

I just checked my data base and realized that Bernat aka Benjamin
Friedman was born in 1853 in Hungary. He married Pauline Frank and
they had five sons among them the late bandleader Ted Lewis. Family
history indicates that the HARTSTEIN family is related to Ted Lewis
aka Ted Friedman. Of course Miskos could have been a member of the
family too but I haven't been able to document that.


Re: Philadelphia PA Jewish cemeteries #general

Hilary Henkin <hilary@...>
 

Dear Sand,
If the Pennsylvania privay laws will permit, you could order a copy of
the father's death certificate, which would provide you with the
location of his burial. That might, or might not, be easier than
calling all the cemeteries.

Also, there is an association for Jewish Funeral Directors. The page of
their website to search for Jewish Funeral Directors in a specific state
or city is at <http://www.jfda.org/listing_state_city.html>. There are
two listed for Philadelphia. I've had good luck this way.

Good luck!

Hilary Henkin
Atlanta, Georgia
Searching today: Descendants of a woman KATZ who married a man
ROSENBERG in the later part of the last century, and immigrated in NYC.


Re: SALAVACCHICK (spelling??) from Kovno & the BRISK Rebbe #general

Mervyn Doobov <mdoobov@...>
 

I suggest you look at teh Encyclopaedia Judaica (under Soloveichik).
There you will find almost 4 pages of information.

Mervyn Doobov

On 24 Dec 2001 07:58:25 -0800, GERRICA@aol.com wrote:

This is for a friend of mine whose great grandfather was Chaim Yitzkok
SALAVACCHICK born Kovno approx 1840-1845 who was born at the time of Joseph
of Kovno who married Relke Volozhin bas Chaim and who was connected to
Rabbonim back to the year 950.

Does anyone know anything about this family?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Philadelphia PA Jewish cemeteries #general

Hilary Henkin <hilary@...>
 

Dear Sand,
If the Pennsylvania privay laws will permit, you could order a copy of
the father's death certificate, which would provide you with the
location of his burial. That might, or might not, be easier than
calling all the cemeteries.

Also, there is an association for Jewish Funeral Directors. The page of
their website to search for Jewish Funeral Directors in a specific state
or city is at <http://www.jfda.org/listing_state_city.html>. There are
two listed for Philadelphia. I've had good luck this way.

Good luck!

Hilary Henkin
Atlanta, Georgia
Searching today: Descendants of a woman KATZ who married a man
ROSENBERG in the later part of the last century, and immigrated in NYC.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: SALAVACCHICK (spelling??) from Kovno & the BRISK Rebbe #general

Mervyn Doobov <mdoobov@...>
 

I suggest you look at teh Encyclopaedia Judaica (under Soloveichik).
There you will find almost 4 pages of information.

Mervyn Doobov

On 24 Dec 2001 07:58:25 -0800, GERRICA@aol.com wrote:

This is for a friend of mine whose great grandfather was Chaim Yitzkok
SALAVACCHICK born Kovno approx 1840-1845 who was born at the time of Joseph
of Kovno who married Relke Volozhin bas Chaim and who was connected to
Rabbonim back to the year 950.

Does anyone know anything about this family?


The "Real" Nowogrod #poland

RAWhite123@...
 

I have determined that my great grandparents - Morris and Annie Posner - are buried in Washington Cemetery in Brooklyn with the "Chebra Bnai Hashwatim Anshei Navagrat Benevolent Association of the City of New York" Landsmanshaft. It is listed as a Polish group.

I believe that Navagrat (Nowograd) was in the Lomza Gubernia of Poland. But... since there are four Nowograd's in the current state of Poland, I am
not absolutely sure.

I have also determined that Chevra Shomrei Shaboth of Borough Park and Chebra Bnai Hashwatim Anshei Navagrat Benevolent Association petitioned to consolidate. The
petition was offered on July 3, 1929 and granted on July 5, 1929. The resulting corporation was named Shomrei Shabeth Anshei Novogrod.

Can anyone confirm the Nowogrod location or provide further information about the groups origin or the Landsmanshaft.

Thanx in advance for any assistance.

Roberta White
Researching: Posner, Abrahams, Kleinman, Abrahamowitz


JRI Poland #Poland The "Real" Nowogrod #poland

RAWhite123@...
 

I have determined that my great grandparents - Morris and Annie Posner - are buried in Washington Cemetery in Brooklyn with the "Chebra Bnai Hashwatim Anshei Navagrat Benevolent Association of the City of New York" Landsmanshaft. It is listed as a Polish group.

I believe that Navagrat (Nowograd) was in the Lomza Gubernia of Poland. But... since there are four Nowograd's in the current state of Poland, I am
not absolutely sure.

I have also determined that Chevra Shomrei Shaboth of Borough Park and Chebra Bnai Hashwatim Anshei Navagrat Benevolent Association petitioned to consolidate. The
petition was offered on July 3, 1929 and granted on July 5, 1929. The resulting corporation was named Shomrei Shabeth Anshei Novogrod.

Can anyone confirm the Nowogrod location or provide further information about the groups origin or the Landsmanshaft.

Thanx in advance for any assistance.

Roberta White
Researching: Posner, Abrahams, Kleinman, Abrahamowitz


Re: Q.Ellis Island DB -1911 SS Furnessia #general

Maria <elena@...>
 

Dear Jewishgenners, I am having a problem with the EIDB accessing the
Original Manifest for the SS Furnessia arriving in NY on July 24th 1911.
It brings up the Campania each time I try. If anyone has had this problem
and knows how to get around it I'd appreciate the help. Alternatively who
should I contact to get the manifest I want.

Reply privately to "ajstern48@hotmail.com".

Best Regards, Tony Stern
I have a similar problem concerning the Willehad out of Hamburg or Bremen in
1895 to Ellis Island: calling up the original manifest results in a nice,
clear view of ship called the Trinidad. I ended up a the NY Public Library
and taking notes >from the microfilm. I also sent a note about the error to
the Ellis Island contact address but have heard nothing and have seen no
change in the past couple of months.

Maria Torres
elena@pipeline.com
Maltinsky, Rubinstein, Zellat, Notis (Latvia, NY, GA, PA)
Phillips (Dadacz/Dudacz/Isidore/Eisendor), Pschedesky (Poland, UK, NY)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Q.Ellis Island DB -1911 SS Furnessia #general

Maria <elena@...>
 

Dear Jewishgenners, I am having a problem with the EIDB accessing the
Original Manifest for the SS Furnessia arriving in NY on July 24th 1911.
It brings up the Campania each time I try. If anyone has had this problem
and knows how to get around it I'd appreciate the help. Alternatively who
should I contact to get the manifest I want.

Reply privately to "ajstern48@hotmail.com".

Best Regards, Tony Stern
I have a similar problem concerning the Willehad out of Hamburg or Bremen in
1895 to Ellis Island: calling up the original manifest results in a nice,
clear view of ship called the Trinidad. I ended up a the NY Public Library
and taking notes >from the microfilm. I also sent a note about the error to
the Ellis Island contact address but have heard nothing and have seen no
change in the past couple of months.

Maria Torres
elena@pipeline.com
Maltinsky, Rubinstein, Zellat, Notis (Latvia, NY, GA, PA)
Phillips (Dadacz/Dudacz/Isidore/Eisendor), Pschedesky (Poland, UK, NY)


On-Line Passenger Indexes #general

m leonards <m_leonards@...>
 

Perhaps it might be useful to review the on-line availability of passenger
manifests, especially for the period 1850-1950. I'm not thinking of the
individual manifests at sites like the Immigrant Ship Transcribers Guild
(http://istg.rootsweb.com/), or Olive Tree Genealogy
(http://olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/index.shtml). Instead, I'm interested
in the projects to index all the available manifests for a given port of
departure or arrival.

This is the list of sites I've located so far. Is anyone aware of any
others?

==

Ports of Departure:

Hamburg: Manifests indexed for the period 1890-1898. Plans are to complete
indexing, first through 1914; and then >from 1850-1934. Fee-based.

http://www.hamburg.de/fhh/behoerden/staatsarchiv/link_to_your_roots/english/index.htm

Bremen: Manifests indexed for the period 1920-1926 (partial). Plans are to
complete indexing through 1939. Free. (Pre-WWI manifests were destroyed
during the that war.)
http://db.genealogy.net/maus/gate/shiplists.cgi?lang=en

Copenhagen: Manifests indexed for the period 1869-1908. Archives has
records through 1940, but it's unclear whether all will be indexed on-line.
Free.
http://www.emiarch.dk/search.php3?l=en

Finland: (I'm not sure of the port(s).) Manifests indexed for the years
1892-1896, 1899-1914, 1920-1939, 1949-1960. Free.
http://www.migrationinstitute.fi/migration/ml/index_e.html

==

Ports of Arrival:

New York City: Obviously, the much-discussed Ellis Island Data Base. Free,
but registration required.
http://www.ellisislandrecords.org
or
http://home.pacbell.net/spmorse/ellis/ellis.html

Galveston, Texas: Manifests indexed for the period 1846-1948. Free, but
registration required.
http://www.tsm-elissa.org/immigration-login.htm

Canada: Manifests indexed for all ports for the period 1925-1935. Free.
http://www.archives.ca/02/02011802_e.html

New South Wales, Australia: Manifests for "assisted immigrants" indexed for
the period 1839-1896. Free.
http://www.records.nsw.gov.au/publications/immigration/introduction.htm

Victoria, Australia: Manifests for "unassisted" immigrants indexed for the
period 1852-1889. Free.
http://www.vic.gov.au/prov/UNASSISTED1.asp

==

Again, if anyone is aware of any other ports whose immigration records have
been made available on-line, please advise the list.

In addition, perhaps we can compile a list of the status of passenger
manifests. For example, the Public Record Office in Kew apparently has all
trans-oceanic lists (incoming and outgoing) >from all UK ports, but they are
unindexed. The CEMLA project is indexing the Buenos Aires immigrant lists,
but does not intend to make them available on-line. The Holland-America
ticket sales records for 1900-1940 are available on microfiche in several
libraries and >from the Family History Library.

The pre-WWI Antwerp lists were destroyed; do the post-WWI lists exist? Are
there any surviving manifests for Cherbourg and Libau? What about the
Italian and other Mediterranean ports? For what years are South African
passenger manifests available, and in what form?

For the United States, the incoming passenger manifests for Philadelphia,
Baltimore and New Orleans have been indexed, and are available on microfilm
at certain National Archives and libraries, and through the Family History
Library. The Boston manifests are also indexed, except for the period
1892-1902. The New York City manifests remain unindexed for the period
1848-1891. The Canadian crossings (St. Albans Lists) are also indexed for
1895-1954, and available on microfilm. I'm not sure about West Coast ports.
And, so far as I know, there are absolutely no outgoing passenger lists
for any US port.

==

Just a thought.
Monica Leonards
Glenside, PA

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen On-Line Passenger Indexes #general

m leonards <m_leonards@...>
 

Perhaps it might be useful to review the on-line availability of passenger
manifests, especially for the period 1850-1950. I'm not thinking of the
individual manifests at sites like the Immigrant Ship Transcribers Guild
(http://istg.rootsweb.com/), or Olive Tree Genealogy
(http://olivetreegenealogy.com/ships/index.shtml). Instead, I'm interested
in the projects to index all the available manifests for a given port of
departure or arrival.

This is the list of sites I've located so far. Is anyone aware of any
others?

==

Ports of Departure:

Hamburg: Manifests indexed for the period 1890-1898. Plans are to complete
indexing, first through 1914; and then >from 1850-1934. Fee-based.

http://www.hamburg.de/fhh/behoerden/staatsarchiv/link_to_your_roots/english/index.htm

Bremen: Manifests indexed for the period 1920-1926 (partial). Plans are to
complete indexing through 1939. Free. (Pre-WWI manifests were destroyed
during the that war.)
http://db.genealogy.net/maus/gate/shiplists.cgi?lang=en

Copenhagen: Manifests indexed for the period 1869-1908. Archives has
records through 1940, but it's unclear whether all will be indexed on-line.
Free.
http://www.emiarch.dk/search.php3?l=en

Finland: (I'm not sure of the port(s).) Manifests indexed for the years
1892-1896, 1899-1914, 1920-1939, 1949-1960. Free.
http://www.migrationinstitute.fi/migration/ml/index_e.html

==

Ports of Arrival:

New York City: Obviously, the much-discussed Ellis Island Data Base. Free,
but registration required.
http://www.ellisislandrecords.org
or
http://home.pacbell.net/spmorse/ellis/ellis.html

Galveston, Texas: Manifests indexed for the period 1846-1948. Free, but
registration required.
http://www.tsm-elissa.org/immigration-login.htm

Canada: Manifests indexed for all ports for the period 1925-1935. Free.
http://www.archives.ca/02/02011802_e.html

New South Wales, Australia: Manifests for "assisted immigrants" indexed for
the period 1839-1896. Free.
http://www.records.nsw.gov.au/publications/immigration/introduction.htm

Victoria, Australia: Manifests for "unassisted" immigrants indexed for the
period 1852-1889. Free.
http://www.vic.gov.au/prov/UNASSISTED1.asp

==

Again, if anyone is aware of any other ports whose immigration records have
been made available on-line, please advise the list.

In addition, perhaps we can compile a list of the status of passenger
manifests. For example, the Public Record Office in Kew apparently has all
trans-oceanic lists (incoming and outgoing) >from all UK ports, but they are
unindexed. The CEMLA project is indexing the Buenos Aires immigrant lists,
but does not intend to make them available on-line. The Holland-America
ticket sales records for 1900-1940 are available on microfiche in several
libraries and >from the Family History Library.

The pre-WWI Antwerp lists were destroyed; do the post-WWI lists exist? Are
there any surviving manifests for Cherbourg and Libau? What about the
Italian and other Mediterranean ports? For what years are South African
passenger manifests available, and in what form?

For the United States, the incoming passenger manifests for Philadelphia,
Baltimore and New Orleans have been indexed, and are available on microfilm
at certain National Archives and libraries, and through the Family History
Library. The Boston manifests are also indexed, except for the period
1892-1902. The New York City manifests remain unindexed for the period
1848-1891. The Canadian crossings (St. Albans Lists) are also indexed for
1895-1954, and available on microfilm. I'm not sure about West Coast ports.
And, so far as I know, there are absolutely no outgoing passenger lists
for any US port.

==

Just a thought.
Monica Leonards
Glenside, PA

MODERATOR NOTE: This post is a good start toward an InfoFile on indexes to
passenger lists. If you would like to incorporate any additional
information you receive and make this information available as an InfoFile,
please e-mail <support@jewishgen.org> for further instructions.

Note that the URL for the Hamburg lists given above will not work with all
browsers. See recent posts for additonal information.