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more surnames #hungary

Jaki <jaki@...>
 

Hello, again!

The last list of names I sent >from Rozsahegy (Ruzomberok, Slovakia) were=20
just >from the first microfilm (#2011178.) Here are some more from=20
#2011179, which do not appear in the first one. I am still not even=20
halfway through #2011179, so I expect there will be more...

Abeles
Altmann
Angyal
Auerfeld

Bachner
Bauer
Baum=F6hl
Belag Bellak
Berczi
Bernat Bernhard
Bloch
Blumenfeld
Bock or Boek
Bottenstein
Brich(t)
Br=FCll
Buksbaum Buxbaum

Cheisel
Ciller
Csillag
Czigler

Deutscher
Doktor
Drechsler
Dreier Dreuer
Duklauer

Ehrenstein
Ehrenzweig
Eichhorn
Eisenberger
Eisler

Feigenbaum
Feiner
Flek
Fodor
Fortgang
Frank
Freiman
Freischberger
Freiwirth
Fried
Friedler
Friedner
Fuszmann

Garai
Garten
Ger=F6
Gescheidl
Glasl
Goldfarb
Goldner
Goldschmied Goldsmid
Gottesmann
Grad
Graner or Grauer
Greiner
Grosz
Gr=FCnapfel
Gr=FCnbaum

Hammerm=FCller
Hayek
Heimann
Hein
Herczig Herzig
Herrmann
Hof
H=F6fer
Holl=E4nder
H=F6nigsberg
Horn
Horovicz

Janowski
Joachimovics
Joles
Jonas(z)

Kaczander
Kalus
Kalman
Kalt
Kannengieser
Kapelner
Kartvai (Kohn)
Kellner
Kerbel K=F6rbel
Kestenberg
Klappstock Kloppstock
Klotczer
Kolmann
Komor
Kornfeld
Kornmehl
Krieser
K=FCnstler
Kurti

Lanczer
Lauf(f)er
Lax
Lebovits
Leuchtag
Levith L=F6with
Lewinger
Lezerovicz
Lipscher
Liptai
L=F6wenbein
L=F6wenstein
Lustig

Maj
Markovics
Mattersdorfer
Mautner
Meisner
Messinger
Montag
Munk

Neiser
Nichtenhauser

Palisa
Perlgrund
Popper
Preiszich
Princz

Quallbrun
Quasztler

Raiczesz
Ra=FCchwerger
Raubicsek
Reichert
Reiner
Reisz
Ring
Rothschild
Rothstein
Rozner

Salzberger
Schagrin
Schatteles
Scheinberger
Schreiber
Schumann
Schustek
Seidel
Seidner
Silberstein
Sommer
Sp=E4t
Spiegel
Spitzer Spiczer
Stamberger
Steger
Steinberger
Steinhardt
Sterner
Stieglitz
Stiller-Szilagy
Sugermann
S=FCszmann Z=FCsmann Z=FCszmann
Szigeti
Szolagyi

Tauber
Tausinger
Tellman

Unterberger

Verderber
Vilanyi Villanyi
Volkmann

Wahl
W=E4lder
Weissenstein
Weiszberger
Werther
Wilhelm

Ziegler
Zimmerspitz Zimmerspicz
Zucker


Hungary SIG #Hungary more surnames #hungary

Jaki <jaki@...>
 

Hello, again!

The last list of names I sent >from Rozsahegy (Ruzomberok, Slovakia) were=20
just >from the first microfilm (#2011178.) Here are some more from=20
#2011179, which do not appear in the first one. I am still not even=20
halfway through #2011179, so I expect there will be more...

Abeles
Altmann
Angyal
Auerfeld

Bachner
Bauer
Baum=F6hl
Belag Bellak
Berczi
Bernat Bernhard
Bloch
Blumenfeld
Bock or Boek
Bottenstein
Brich(t)
Br=FCll
Buksbaum Buxbaum

Cheisel
Ciller
Csillag
Czigler

Deutscher
Doktor
Drechsler
Dreier Dreuer
Duklauer

Ehrenstein
Ehrenzweig
Eichhorn
Eisenberger
Eisler

Feigenbaum
Feiner
Flek
Fodor
Fortgang
Frank
Freiman
Freischberger
Freiwirth
Fried
Friedler
Friedner
Fuszmann

Garai
Garten
Ger=F6
Gescheidl
Glasl
Goldfarb
Goldner
Goldschmied Goldsmid
Gottesmann
Grad
Graner or Grauer
Greiner
Grosz
Gr=FCnapfel
Gr=FCnbaum

Hammerm=FCller
Hayek
Heimann
Hein
Herczig Herzig
Herrmann
Hof
H=F6fer
Holl=E4nder
H=F6nigsberg
Horn
Horovicz

Janowski
Joachimovics
Joles
Jonas(z)

Kaczander
Kalus
Kalman
Kalt
Kannengieser
Kapelner
Kartvai (Kohn)
Kellner
Kerbel K=F6rbel
Kestenberg
Klappstock Kloppstock
Klotczer
Kolmann
Komor
Kornfeld
Kornmehl
Krieser
K=FCnstler
Kurti

Lanczer
Lauf(f)er
Lax
Lebovits
Leuchtag
Levith L=F6with
Lewinger
Lezerovicz
Lipscher
Liptai
L=F6wenbein
L=F6wenstein
Lustig

Maj
Markovics
Mattersdorfer
Mautner
Meisner
Messinger
Montag
Munk

Neiser
Nichtenhauser

Palisa
Perlgrund
Popper
Preiszich
Princz

Quallbrun
Quasztler

Raiczesz
Ra=FCchwerger
Raubicsek
Reichert
Reiner
Reisz
Ring
Rothschild
Rothstein
Rozner

Salzberger
Schagrin
Schatteles
Scheinberger
Schreiber
Schumann
Schustek
Seidel
Seidner
Silberstein
Sommer
Sp=E4t
Spiegel
Spitzer Spiczer
Stamberger
Steger
Steinberger
Steinhardt
Sterner
Stieglitz
Stiller-Szilagy
Sugermann
S=FCszmann Z=FCsmann Z=FCszmann
Szigeti
Szolagyi

Tauber
Tausinger
Tellman

Unterberger

Verderber
Vilanyi Villanyi
Volkmann

Wahl
W=E4lder
Weissenstein
Weiszberger
Werther
Wilhelm

Ziegler
Zimmerspitz Zimmerspicz
Zucker


Toronto meeting--East and West Prussian BOF #germany

DWSAnes@...
 

At the recently completed IAJGS meeting in Toronto, fifteen of us gathered as
a BOF (Birds of a Feather, that is those with a common interest) interested
in the Prussias, East and West as well as Pommerania. It was decided to
form an informal group within Ger-Sig and I was drafted to coordinate the
project. I invite anyone interested in this area to write to me at the
address below. Please include places and family names and I shall add your
name to our mailing list.

As a point of interest most of this area is currently in Poland and some in
Russia; however, it is primarily German speaking, thus Ger-Sig. We shall
probably be doing some work with the JRI Poland project.

Donald W. Stein, M.D.
Oro Vlley AZ
DWSAnes@...


German SIG #Germany Toronto meeting--East and West Prussian BOF #germany

DWSAnes@...
 

At the recently completed IAJGS meeting in Toronto, fifteen of us gathered as
a BOF (Birds of a Feather, that is those with a common interest) interested
in the Prussias, East and West as well as Pommerania. It was decided to
form an informal group within Ger-Sig and I was drafted to coordinate the
project. I invite anyone interested in this area to write to me at the
address below. Please include places and family names and I shall add your
name to our mailing list.

As a point of interest most of this area is currently in Poland and some in
Russia; however, it is primarily German speaking, thus Ger-Sig. We shall
probably be doing some work with the JRI Poland project.

Donald W. Stein, M.D.
Oro Vlley AZ
DWSAnes@...


Re: Corcisco, Latvia? #latvia

Marj Green <marjgreen@...>
 

Thank you so much, John Cakers, for your incredible detective work
to help identify Corcisco, Latvia.

Using maps showing the railway system in Latvia in 1914 to suggest
that the town is Karsava, Latvia was a brilliant idea. Since the
spelling of the name of the town was typed by someone who was listening
to a taped interview with Beila Feigelson in 1980 in Birmingham, Alabama,
and the event Beila was recalling occurred around 1914, I think it very
likely that the spelling chosen was quite different >from the actual town name.

Thank you again for your help.

Marj

Marj Gruzen Green
Los Altos, CA
Researching: GRUZIN/ZEN/SIN/SON and FRIEDMANN >from Riga, Gostini,
Krustpils, etc, Latvia and >from Kovno and Vilna, Lithuania
HOFFMAN >from Ozorkow, Poland, and WESOKEK >from Sierpc, Poland


Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: Corcisco, Latvia? #latvia

Marj Green <marjgreen@...>
 

Thank you so much, John Cakers, for your incredible detective work
to help identify Corcisco, Latvia.

Using maps showing the railway system in Latvia in 1914 to suggest
that the town is Karsava, Latvia was a brilliant idea. Since the
spelling of the name of the town was typed by someone who was listening
to a taped interview with Beila Feigelson in 1980 in Birmingham, Alabama,
and the event Beila was recalling occurred around 1914, I think it very
likely that the spelling chosen was quite different >from the actual town name.

Thank you again for your help.

Marj

Marj Gruzen Green
Los Altos, CA
Researching: GRUZIN/ZEN/SIN/SON and FRIEDMANN >from Riga, Gostini,
Krustpils, etc, Latvia and >from Kovno and Vilna, Lithuania
HOFFMAN >from Ozorkow, Poland, and WESOKEK >from Sierpc, Poland


Ternovska vital records ? #ukraine

Goulnik, Yves {PBC~Basel}
 

I recently learnt that before moving to Odessa in the early 1900s,
my g-g-parents lived in Ternovska, a small town NE of Bershad in
the Vinnytsya area.

Is there any chance that vital records would still exist for that
town, and were would they be kept? Bershad, Vinnytsya?

Thanks

Yves GOULNIK
Mulhouse, FRANCE
http://goulniky.free.fr/
yves.goulnik@...


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Ternovska vital records ? #ukraine

Goulnik, Yves {PBC~Basel}
 

I recently learnt that before moving to Odessa in the early 1900s,
my g-g-parents lived in Ternovska, a small town NE of Bershad in
the Vinnytsya area.

Is there any chance that vital records would still exist for that
town, and were would they be kept? Bershad, Vinnytsya?

Thanks

Yves GOULNIK
Mulhouse, FRANCE
http://goulniky.free.fr/
yves.goulnik@...


Rabbi Avigdor RIVLIN of Pittsburgh #general

Jules Feldman
 

According to the Rivlin family genealogy " Sefer HaYachas leMishpachat
Rivlin " compiled and published by Eliezer Rivlin in Jerusalem , 1940:
Rabbi Avigdor RIVLIN was then living in Pittsburgh. He was the son of
Rabbi Zvi Melamed RIVLIN of Dvinsk and the grandson of Rabbi Avigdor
RIVLIN, the Av Bet Din of Kreuzburg.
I am searching for the descendants of this RIVLIN family.
Thanks,
Jules Feldman
Kibbutz Yizreel
@julesfe


Locate Port of Entry and ship #general

hmfma@...
 

Semal (Samuel) Franklin arrived NY 1879 and Dina Pearlstein arrived
USA approx. 1884. They married in Boston, MA on 6/18/1889, settled
in Brockton, MA 1901. Looking for port they left >from and on what
ship.

Harlow Franklin

MODERATOR NOTE: A good place to start is the JewishGen FAQ dealing
with passenger lists and immigration. You can find it at
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html#Passenger
Additional information is available in several InfoFiles listed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/#Immigration


Translations needed - multi languages/ FRIEDBERG & Rothschild families #general

M. Faber <mfaber@...>
 

Hi,
My mom has handed over many of her old photos of her family. >from
previous postings, I know that some of the writing is in German,
Russian & Yiddish. There may be some Polish also. I've posted some
of the photos to my web page and hope someone will be so kind as to
help me translate them.
http://home.texoma.net/~mfaber/Unidentifed.htm

Thanks in advance for your help and please respond privately.

Monica Faber
Bells, TX

MIROCHNIK & SPECTOR; Zhitomir, Ukraine & Texas
ROTHSCHILD & FRIEDBERG; Poland, Russia & Texas
FREED/FRIDLAND/SHERMAN & WEINSTEIN; Pukhovichi, Belarus & Texas & New York
KALVORISKY, KANOVITZ; Germany & Texas


What is a farible #general

Anita <anitwal@...>
 

A " farible" is what a person has when you don't invite them to the
wedding, party or event that everyone else is going to. I first heard
it in South Africa when the widow of my father's cousin was not invited
to my sons wedding.(The bride's family did not realize how big a family
the Canadian groom had in South Africa and so had to leave out the widow)
She would not speak to my father even though she had not seen him for
over 50 years. She had a "farible" against him.
I think it is a Yiddish Litvack expression.

Anita Fischer


Slovakia/Hungary books in Hebrew #general

Gary Palgon <gmpalgon@...>
 

I am looking to access a copy of the following books:

+ Avnei beit hayotser...geonim asher matspu mekom menuhatam beveit
hahayim hayashan .. presburg by S. Wiesz. Jerusalem, 1970. It was
noted in the Printed Books on Jewish Cemeteries in the Jewish National
and University Library in Jerusalem, Israel in 1997.

+ Die juedischen Friedhoefe in der Slowakei by Eugen Barkany and
published by Frank Komjati in Vienna. It was noted in Zeitscrift fuer
Geschichte der Juden: Vol. X. Tel Aviv, Israel in 1973.

Thanks, in advance, for your assistance.

Gary Palgon, Atlanta, GA

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rabbi Avigdor RIVLIN of Pittsburgh #general

Jules Feldman
 

According to the Rivlin family genealogy " Sefer HaYachas leMishpachat
Rivlin " compiled and published by Eliezer Rivlin in Jerusalem , 1940:
Rabbi Avigdor RIVLIN was then living in Pittsburgh. He was the son of
Rabbi Zvi Melamed RIVLIN of Dvinsk and the grandson of Rabbi Avigdor
RIVLIN, the Av Bet Din of Kreuzburg.
I am searching for the descendants of this RIVLIN family.
Thanks,
Jules Feldman
Kibbutz Yizreel
@julesfe


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Locate Port of Entry and ship #general

hmfma@...
 

Semal (Samuel) Franklin arrived NY 1879 and Dina Pearlstein arrived
USA approx. 1884. They married in Boston, MA on 6/18/1889, settled
in Brockton, MA 1901. Looking for port they left >from and on what
ship.

Harlow Franklin

MODERATOR NOTE: A good place to start is the JewishGen FAQ dealing
with passenger lists and immigration. You can find it at
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html#Passenger
Additional information is available in several InfoFiles listed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/#Immigration


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translations needed - multi languages/ FRIEDBERG & Rothschild families #general

M. Faber <mfaber@...>
 

Hi,
My mom has handed over many of her old photos of her family. >from
previous postings, I know that some of the writing is in German,
Russian & Yiddish. There may be some Polish also. I've posted some
of the photos to my web page and hope someone will be so kind as to
help me translate them.
http://home.texoma.net/~mfaber/Unidentifed.htm

Thanks in advance for your help and please respond privately.

Monica Faber
Bells, TX

MIROCHNIK & SPECTOR; Zhitomir, Ukraine & Texas
ROTHSCHILD & FRIEDBERG; Poland, Russia & Texas
FREED/FRIDLAND/SHERMAN & WEINSTEIN; Pukhovichi, Belarus & Texas & New York
KALVORISKY, KANOVITZ; Germany & Texas


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen What is a farible #general

Anita <anitwal@...>
 

A " farible" is what a person has when you don't invite them to the
wedding, party or event that everyone else is going to. I first heard
it in South Africa when the widow of my father's cousin was not invited
to my sons wedding.(The bride's family did not realize how big a family
the Canadian groom had in South Africa and so had to leave out the widow)
She would not speak to my father even though she had not seen him for
over 50 years. She had a "farible" against him.
I think it is a Yiddish Litvack expression.

Anita Fischer


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Slovakia/Hungary books in Hebrew #general

Gary Palgon <gmpalgon@...>
 

I am looking to access a copy of the following books:

+ Avnei beit hayotser...geonim asher matspu mekom menuhatam beveit
hahayim hayashan .. presburg by S. Wiesz. Jerusalem, 1970. It was
noted in the Printed Books on Jewish Cemeteries in the Jewish National
and University Library in Jerusalem, Israel in 1997.

+ Die juedischen Friedhoefe in der Slowakei by Eugen Barkany and
published by Frank Komjati in Vienna. It was noted in Zeitscrift fuer
Geschichte der Juden: Vol. X. Tel Aviv, Israel in 1973.

Thanks, in advance, for your assistance.

Gary Palgon, Atlanta, GA

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Kashruth in Steerage #general

sanvic366@...
 

Does anyone know how and what steerage passenger were fed during
trans-atlantic crossings? I am especially interested if it was
possible to observe kashruth.
Victor Singer, New York


Re: Pregnant women immigrants #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Someone had written in earlier in the summer questioning pregnant women
and infants traveling to America and asserted that children under 18
months were not permitted.

While there were some anecdotal replies I decided to do a quick search
of the Ellis Island Data Base using the Moorse program. On the first
letter "S" for the last name and age 0 to 1 I got no less than over
37,000 names -- and that was just one letter of the alphabet. Hence I
think it is pretty safe to say immigrant with infants was not all that
uncommon through Ellis Island. What's more I scanned the names on the
first page and saw many >from 1900 or earlier.

Hope that helps in the answer to the question.

Regards,

Allan Jordan
aejordan@...