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Stepney Orthodox Shul - London, and burials #general

SHEILA TOFFELL <toffell@...>
 

Can anyone help me find my GGparents? If someone was a member of the Stepney
Orthodox Shul, E1 in the 1920's to 1930's, where would they likely be
buried? I had assumed Edmonton, but having been to the larger of the two
cemeteries ( did not have time for the smaller one) when I was in the UK, I
did not find them. Would there be any official form of place of burial?

Sheila Toffell
Glen Rock NJ
Researching >from the Ukraine: BRESHENEV (>from Kirovograd / Elisavetograd),
KARSUNSKY or KORSUNSKY or KORSINSKY( Stavische)
from Poland: Lakumski (Skulsk), Rachvelski ( skulsk/ Slescin, Kolo, area),
Toffell (Josefow nad Wisla, Opole Lubielski)


Koppel in Phily #general

Neil@...
 

Can anyone tell me about a Dr. Alex Koppel (born NY 1905) who practised in
Philadelphia.
Any help much appreciated.

_______________________________
Neil Rosenstein, M.D.
email: neil@tali.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Stepney Orthodox Shul - London, and burials #general

SHEILA TOFFELL <toffell@...>
 

Can anyone help me find my GGparents? If someone was a member of the Stepney
Orthodox Shul, E1 in the 1920's to 1930's, where would they likely be
buried? I had assumed Edmonton, but having been to the larger of the two
cemeteries ( did not have time for the smaller one) when I was in the UK, I
did not find them. Would there be any official form of place of burial?

Sheila Toffell
Glen Rock NJ
Researching >from the Ukraine: BRESHENEV (>from Kirovograd / Elisavetograd),
KARSUNSKY or KORSUNSKY or KORSINSKY( Stavische)
from Poland: Lakumski (Skulsk), Rachvelski ( skulsk/ Slescin, Kolo, area),
Toffell (Josefow nad Wisla, Opole Lubielski)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Koppel in Phily #general

Neil@...
 

Can anyone tell me about a Dr. Alex Koppel (born NY 1905) who practised in
Philadelphia.
Any help much appreciated.

_______________________________
Neil Rosenstein, M.D.
email: neil@tali.com


Request for Census Lookup Albany NY 1915 #general

Phoebe Nix
 

Hello,

I found a lead on some family in the 1915 Albany Census. I am looking for
the data on Surname SIMON in primarily the ED#1 Ward #4 Page#20.

There may also be leads in ED#2 Ward #4 Page#5.

If anyone could help me or needs more info to help me, please let me know.

Most Sincerely,
Phoebe Nix
Florida

Currently Researching: SIMON- Poland/Russia? > Rochester, NY
PHILIPSON- ?> Birmingham, AL > & NYC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Request for Census Lookup Albany NY 1915 #general

Phoebe Nix
 

Hello,

I found a lead on some family in the 1915 Albany Census. I am looking for
the data on Surname SIMON in primarily the ED#1 Ward #4 Page#20.

There may also be leads in ED#2 Ward #4 Page#5.

If anyone could help me or needs more info to help me, please let me know.

Most Sincerely,
Phoebe Nix
Florida

Currently Researching: SIMON- Poland/Russia? > Rochester, NY
PHILIPSON- ?> Birmingham, AL > & NYC


Re: RYBKA genealogy #general

Christie Fox <christiefox@...>
 

Dear JewishGen Group:

Am searching US/Poland for:
Konstanty P. ("Gus", "Constantine") RYBKA who was born 9/19/1881 (pos.
Warsaw, Poland) died 11/20/1960.

His kin also born in Poland: John ("Jan") RYBKA, and Stanley RYBKA (maybe
other children in their family, and possibly step children >from other
marriages).

Konstanty and his brothers came to America, and we know that his parents
Frank and Katherine came to America as well. It is said that his father
passed away int he US, that his mother remarried and then she returned to
Europe.

It is said that Konstanty came to America around 1890 as a stowaway on a
ship.
He lived and worked in NJ, Scranton PA, Elwood IN, Cleveland OH around
1911, and in WV till he passed away.

He married Josepka (Josephina, Josephine, "Josie") LUCZAK in Cleveland, OH
in 1903; it is said that she lived on the German/Poland border but met Gus
in the US.

On the JewishGen website I've noticed about 75 listings for RYBKA (and
dozens of variations of that name), over 250 came thru Ellis Island, at
least 57 RYBKAS were listed in Cleveland. I know some relatives are in MI.
I've found around 67 dates myself which may or may not be a part of the 95
listed on familysearch.com. There are many RYBKA names in the SS registry
(Konstanty didn't have a SS#, and naturalization has not responded...yet),
and a couple of hundred names are in 5 family trees of people I am in
contact with (one is in GeneaNet). There are both RYBKAS and LUCZAKS in
France (deceased are 45 for RYBKA and 1500 for LUCZAK); and have found 226
RYBKAS living in Germany at the present time. I've even found RYBKAS in
Slovakia......yet, my RYBKA doesn't connect with any of these.

Anyone having any RYBKA information, please contact me personally at
christiefox@prodigy.net. We don't know how to further proceed in
researching the RYBKA name in Europe. Any/all suggestions would be most
welcome.

Thank you.

Christie Fox
Tampa, FL

Names: RYBKA/LUCZAK

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: RYBKA genealogy #general

Christie Fox <christiefox@...>
 

Dear JewishGen Group:

Am searching US/Poland for:
Konstanty P. ("Gus", "Constantine") RYBKA who was born 9/19/1881 (pos.
Warsaw, Poland) died 11/20/1960.

His kin also born in Poland: John ("Jan") RYBKA, and Stanley RYBKA (maybe
other children in their family, and possibly step children >from other
marriages).

Konstanty and his brothers came to America, and we know that his parents
Frank and Katherine came to America as well. It is said that his father
passed away int he US, that his mother remarried and then she returned to
Europe.

It is said that Konstanty came to America around 1890 as a stowaway on a
ship.
He lived and worked in NJ, Scranton PA, Elwood IN, Cleveland OH around
1911, and in WV till he passed away.

He married Josepka (Josephina, Josephine, "Josie") LUCZAK in Cleveland, OH
in 1903; it is said that she lived on the German/Poland border but met Gus
in the US.

On the JewishGen website I've noticed about 75 listings for RYBKA (and
dozens of variations of that name), over 250 came thru Ellis Island, at
least 57 RYBKAS were listed in Cleveland. I know some relatives are in MI.
I've found around 67 dates myself which may or may not be a part of the 95
listed on familysearch.com. There are many RYBKA names in the SS registry
(Konstanty didn't have a SS#, and naturalization has not responded...yet),
and a couple of hundred names are in 5 family trees of people I am in
contact with (one is in GeneaNet). There are both RYBKAS and LUCZAKS in
France (deceased are 45 for RYBKA and 1500 for LUCZAK); and have found 226
RYBKAS living in Germany at the present time. I've even found RYBKAS in
Slovakia......yet, my RYBKA doesn't connect with any of these.

Anyone having any RYBKA information, please contact me personally at
christiefox@prodigy.net. We don't know how to further proceed in
researching the RYBKA name in Europe. Any/all suggestions would be most
welcome.

Thank you.

Christie Fox
Tampa, FL

Names: RYBKA/LUCZAK

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately


Re: Ukraine to Bukarest (Bucharest)--Response #ukraine

Jeffrey Knisbacher <jmark@...>
 

Evan,
My late great uncle Nussin LIMONCHIK, as per his memoirs, fled Kamenetz
Podolsk (SW Ukraine) in 1924 across the Dniester R. to Khotin and then on to
Bucharest (along with another dozen or so friends, all of whom had just
become eligible for the Soviet draft). There he worked in a Jewish paint
factory for six months to save up enough money to buy a ticket for the boat
across to Canada (the Braga, a freighter on which he also worked) that
stopped briefly first in Providence, RI. Don't know if this was a regular
practice or not, but maybe so.
Jeff Knisbacher, Owings Mills, MD
Searching, Maternal: Kamenetz Podolsk (esp. Orinin) and
environs in Russia and Romania for TISSENBAUM,
LIMONCHIK/LIMONCIC/LEMONIC(K)/LIMONIC(K),
GELSTEIN/GOLDSTEIN, GIL(L)MAN/GEL(L)MAN,
HETTLEMAN/GITELMAN, ROSENTHAL, YAGOLNITZER/JAGOLINZER/
LINZER/YAGOL/YARNELL, ZIPPERMAN, BERG/BARG,
SEIDLER, TABACHNIK/TABACINIC/TABB/TABOR,
TANNENBAUM, WAXMAN, GOIKHMAN/HOCHMAN,
SEGAL, SCHUC(H)ALTER/SCHULTER/SHOR(E),
SAPERSTEIN/SIPERSTEIN/SAPURSTEIN, MORSTEIN/
MARMOR/MARMORSTEIN, UKELES/Y(O)UKELES/
OURVAN, FRIEDERWITZER, HERNER, SCHNEIDER/
SCHNEID(ER)MAN, S(H)KOLNI(C)K, STRUMWASSER

Paternal: Stanislawow and environs (esp. Lysiec, Nadvorna,
Tlumach, Kolomea), Tarnow and Pinczow for: ARBEIT, AXELROD, BONNER,
GOLDSTEIN, GREENBERG, GROCH, KNISBACHER/NUSSBACHER, KRAMER, RIN(T)ZLER,
SZYDLOW/SCHIDLOW,
ROSENBLATT, S(C)HMERLER, ZEICHNER, ZWEIG

Other: MAJUFES (Poland)


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Ukraine to Bukarest (Bucharest)--Response #ukraine

Jeffrey Knisbacher <jmark@...>
 

Evan,
My late great uncle Nussin LIMONCHIK, as per his memoirs, fled Kamenetz
Podolsk (SW Ukraine) in 1924 across the Dniester R. to Khotin and then on to
Bucharest (along with another dozen or so friends, all of whom had just
become eligible for the Soviet draft). There he worked in a Jewish paint
factory for six months to save up enough money to buy a ticket for the boat
across to Canada (the Braga, a freighter on which he also worked) that
stopped briefly first in Providence, RI. Don't know if this was a regular
practice or not, but maybe so.
Jeff Knisbacher, Owings Mills, MD
Searching, Maternal: Kamenetz Podolsk (esp. Orinin) and
environs in Russia and Romania for TISSENBAUM,
LIMONCHIK/LIMONCIC/LEMONIC(K)/LIMONIC(K),
GELSTEIN/GOLDSTEIN, GIL(L)MAN/GEL(L)MAN,
HETTLEMAN/GITELMAN, ROSENTHAL, YAGOLNITZER/JAGOLINZER/
LINZER/YAGOL/YARNELL, ZIPPERMAN, BERG/BARG,
SEIDLER, TABACHNIK/TABACINIC/TABB/TABOR,
TANNENBAUM, WAXMAN, GOIKHMAN/HOCHMAN,
SEGAL, SCHUC(H)ALTER/SCHULTER/SHOR(E),
SAPERSTEIN/SIPERSTEIN/SAPURSTEIN, MORSTEIN/
MARMOR/MARMORSTEIN, UKELES/Y(O)UKELES/
OURVAN, FRIEDERWITZER, HERNER, SCHNEIDER/
SCHNEID(ER)MAN, S(H)KOLNI(C)K, STRUMWASSER

Paternal: Stanislawow and environs (esp. Lysiec, Nadvorna,
Tlumach, Kolomea), Tarnow and Pinczow for: ARBEIT, AXELROD, BONNER,
GOLDSTEIN, GREENBERG, GROCH, KNISBACHER/NUSSBACHER, KRAMER, RIN(T)ZLER,
SZYDLOW/SCHIDLOW,
ROSENBLATT, S(C)HMERLER, ZEICHNER, ZWEIG

Other: MAJUFES (Poland)


1910 Brooklyn, NY ED ? #general

Adelle Gloger
 

Can someone help me find the ED for 43 Manhattan Ave, Brookly, NY in the 1910
US Census. Or how to get census info for NY State/City census for other years.

I have looked for census info in the JewishGen info files, but was
unsuccessful. Have also looked at websites in the JewishGen Archives, but
couldn't figure out what to do. (I must be having a 'senior moment' that's
lasting longer than just a moment)

Thanks for your help now and in the past.

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Shaker Hts., Ohio
agloger@aol.com


CARO: & Sunderland Hebrew Cong. #general

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

I think someone was searching for CARO.

While transcribing the Sunderland Hebrew Congregation
marriage records, I find the Minister in Sunderland in >from 1848-
1855 was a Joseph CARO. He performed the Marriage
Service, but doesn't state specifically that he was a
Minister. His final marriage service was for George
ASHER & Ernestine FRANKEL who married on
Sept 4 1855. Mr Asher became the Trustee of the
shul & his signature features on many of the
marriage records. This is confirmed by the
photo in the JC of 7 January, 1949 which
Jeremy Frankel drew our
attention to recently, which had the following names
from the Sunderland Hebrew Congregation.
It was a photograph taken in 1862 at the
opening of the Moor Street Synagogue,
Sunderland. Those identified were: A.M. Richardson,
whose name is one he records for many years as a
marriage witness, Isaac Leon,
Harris Gallewski, Isaac Goldman, Isidore Gallewski,
Adolph Cohen, Hyman Isaacs, P. Lazarus
(Secretary), Noah Lotinga (Trustee), A.M. Lotinga (President and
Trustee), Emanuel Fryde (Trustee), Joseph Aronson
(Treasurer and Trustee), and George Asher (Trustee).

For heaven's sake, don't ask me for any
look-ups.

Miriam Margolyes
London
e-mail: 75342.3217@compuserve.com
searching: RAFELOVITCH (RAFF)
IDENBAUM & WADE (Brighton)


Enumerator instructions for 1930 U.S. census online #general

michael steinore <belaroots@...>
 

Every time a U.S. census comes out, as the 1930 census
will soon, there are usually some questions about what
such and such entry means. Very often these
questions can be answered by knowing what the
enumerator instructions were. The nice folks
at the University of Minnesota have enumerator
instructions for the 1930 Federal census online at

http://www.ipums.umn.edu/usa/voliii/inst1930.html

In clear English, it explains how the
census was to be filled out, and gives some
interesting details. Actually, the instructions
for all censuses 1850-1990 are available, though
in the more recent censuses, they are respondent
instructions, as they were filled out directly
by the population. Just change the year in
the above web address to be the year for which you
want instructions.

Michael Steinore
San Mateo, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 1910 Brooklyn, NY ED ? #general

Adelle Gloger
 

Can someone help me find the ED for 43 Manhattan Ave, Brookly, NY in the 1910
US Census. Or how to get census info for NY State/City census for other years.

I have looked for census info in the JewishGen info files, but was
unsuccessful. Have also looked at websites in the JewishGen Archives, but
couldn't figure out what to do. (I must be having a 'senior moment' that's
lasting longer than just a moment)

Thanks for your help now and in the past.

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Shaker Hts., Ohio
agloger@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen CARO: & Sunderland Hebrew Cong. #general

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

I think someone was searching for CARO.

While transcribing the Sunderland Hebrew Congregation
marriage records, I find the Minister in Sunderland in >from 1848-
1855 was a Joseph CARO. He performed the Marriage
Service, but doesn't state specifically that he was a
Minister. His final marriage service was for George
ASHER & Ernestine FRANKEL who married on
Sept 4 1855. Mr Asher became the Trustee of the
shul & his signature features on many of the
marriage records. This is confirmed by the
photo in the JC of 7 January, 1949 which
Jeremy Frankel drew our
attention to recently, which had the following names
from the Sunderland Hebrew Congregation.
It was a photograph taken in 1862 at the
opening of the Moor Street Synagogue,
Sunderland. Those identified were: A.M. Richardson,
whose name is one he records for many years as a
marriage witness, Isaac Leon,
Harris Gallewski, Isaac Goldman, Isidore Gallewski,
Adolph Cohen, Hyman Isaacs, P. Lazarus
(Secretary), Noah Lotinga (Trustee), A.M. Lotinga (President and
Trustee), Emanuel Fryde (Trustee), Joseph Aronson
(Treasurer and Trustee), and George Asher (Trustee).

For heaven's sake, don't ask me for any
look-ups.

Miriam Margolyes
London
e-mail: 75342.3217@compuserve.com
searching: RAFELOVITCH (RAFF)
IDENBAUM & WADE (Brighton)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Enumerator instructions for 1930 U.S. census online #general

michael steinore <belaroots@...>
 

Every time a U.S. census comes out, as the 1930 census
will soon, there are usually some questions about what
such and such entry means. Very often these
questions can be answered by knowing what the
enumerator instructions were. The nice folks
at the University of Minnesota have enumerator
instructions for the 1930 Federal census online at

http://www.ipums.umn.edu/usa/voliii/inst1930.html

In clear English, it explains how the
census was to be filled out, and gives some
interesting details. Actually, the instructions
for all censuses 1850-1990 are available, though
in the more recent censuses, they are respondent
instructions, as they were filled out directly
by the population. Just change the year in
the above web address to be the year for which you
want instructions.

Michael Steinore
San Mateo, CA


PICZENIK, PECHENIK #general

Barbara S Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

Does anyone know these people?

Mr. PICZENIK married Norma KNAUL in Europe or Uruguay.
Norma died about 1970 in Uruguay. According to oral history they had the
following children:

1. a son, Froim Piczenik, who lived and died in Uruguay. He married
and had one child; Jose Luis Piczenik, who was born abt 1965 in Uruguay,

2. a daughter, Sara Piczenik, who went to Argentina, married , had a
child Freddy who married and has borne several children.

3. a son, Jose Dodel Pechenik/Piczenik born about 1940 who made
Aliyah and lives in Tel-Aviv,

4. a daughter, Chasi Piczenik who married in Uruguay and has a son
and daughter.

If anyone knows any of these people, please contact me. They are distant
cousins.

Barbara Stern Mannlein
Tucson, AZ USA


JGS Palm Springs February Meeting #general

Glynne
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Springs

Date: Sunday, February 24, 2002
Time: 2 p.m.
Place: 40111 Portulaca Court, Palm Desert

This month the program will be a Jewish Genealogy Workshop. It will be an
afternoon to work on your own genealogy with computers with fast cable
connection to the Internet to search the Ellis Island Database, Jewish
Genealogy Family Finder, Social Security Death Indexes, Family Tree of the
Jewish People.
1880 U.S. Federal Census on CD (indexed)
1900 U.S. Federal Census (not indexed)
1910 Census with Index for New York City and New York State
1920 Census with Index for New York City
Index to Jewish Records at Family History Library on CD

Find your ancestor's town (shtetl) on maps and in books. There will be a
large selection of Jewish Genealogy books for research. The meeting will be
held at the home of Gay Lynne Kegan.

Please E-mail to Glynne@aol.com for directions and more information.

Gay Lynne Kegan
President of JGS Palm Springs

Gay Lynne Kegan
Searching:HOFFENBERG, Josvainiai, Lithuania OWSIANKA Nasielsk Poland,
GOMER/GAMMER Chudnov, Urkaine KAGAN Novozlatopol Ukraine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen PICZENIK, PECHENIK #general

Barbara S Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

Does anyone know these people?

Mr. PICZENIK married Norma KNAUL in Europe or Uruguay.
Norma died about 1970 in Uruguay. According to oral history they had the
following children:

1. a son, Froim Piczenik, who lived and died in Uruguay. He married
and had one child; Jose Luis Piczenik, who was born abt 1965 in Uruguay,

2. a daughter, Sara Piczenik, who went to Argentina, married , had a
child Freddy who married and has borne several children.

3. a son, Jose Dodel Pechenik/Piczenik born about 1940 who made
Aliyah and lives in Tel-Aviv,

4. a daughter, Chasi Piczenik who married in Uruguay and has a son
and daughter.

If anyone knows any of these people, please contact me. They are distant
cousins.

Barbara Stern Mannlein
Tucson, AZ USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS Palm Springs February Meeting #general

Glynne
 

Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Springs

Date: Sunday, February 24, 2002
Time: 2 p.m.
Place: 40111 Portulaca Court, Palm Desert

This month the program will be a Jewish Genealogy Workshop. It will be an
afternoon to work on your own genealogy with computers with fast cable
connection to the Internet to search the Ellis Island Database, Jewish
Genealogy Family Finder, Social Security Death Indexes, Family Tree of the
Jewish People.
1880 U.S. Federal Census on CD (indexed)
1900 U.S. Federal Census (not indexed)
1910 Census with Index for New York City and New York State
1920 Census with Index for New York City
Index to Jewish Records at Family History Library on CD

Find your ancestor's town (shtetl) on maps and in books. There will be a
large selection of Jewish Genealogy books for research. The meeting will be
held at the home of Gay Lynne Kegan.

Please E-mail to Glynne@aol.com for directions and more information.

Gay Lynne Kegan
President of JGS Palm Springs

Gay Lynne Kegan
Searching:HOFFENBERG, Josvainiai, Lithuania OWSIANKA Nasielsk Poland,
GOMER/GAMMER Chudnov, Urkaine KAGAN Novozlatopol Ukraine