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RING; 1896 Bridgeport CT Natuarlization Record> Thank You! #general

Nancy Ring Kendrick <bogus@...>
 

I would like to say thank you to all those who offered to look up the
Naturalization record for Leopold RING. A. Luftman >from this list has
located the document at the NARA Waltham Mass in the Fairfield County
records for the Court of Common Pleas >from Volume 9 of the court
records, page 8 dated October 13, 1896.

According to what I was informed, the state of CT sent only court logs -
not the original Petitions. It is reported that the Petitons were
destroyed years ago.

A thank you donation will be made to JewishGen sometime this weekend.
Again, thank you to all who offered to assist!
Nancy Ring Kendrick
Daytona Beach, FL
replyto: bogus@taring.org or adamsny@f2s.com

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Re: Mormon Church census search #general

Sally Bruckheimer <sallybruc@...>
 

Unindexed censuses are just that-unindexed. You have
to search by address in the district where they lived.
That means you need to get an address for that year
(or search a lot-sometimes this is enough in a small
town), then look up the map or description of the
districts, then get the corresponding film.

The up side of all this is that you get to see other
families around yours-you might find other relatives
that you didn't know were there-I did. I found my 2nd
gr grandfather living next to his daughter (a gr aunt
confirmed this) although I hadn't known his name
before, let alone that he had come to the US.

Sally Bruckheimer
Harrison, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RING; 1896 Bridgeport CT Natuarlization Record> Thank You! #general

Nancy Ring Kendrick <bogus@...>
 

I would like to say thank you to all those who offered to look up the
Naturalization record for Leopold RING. A. Luftman >from this list has
located the document at the NARA Waltham Mass in the Fairfield County
records for the Court of Common Pleas >from Volume 9 of the court
records, page 8 dated October 13, 1896.

According to what I was informed, the state of CT sent only court logs -
not the original Petitions. It is reported that the Petitons were
destroyed years ago.

A thank you donation will be made to JewishGen sometime this weekend.
Again, thank you to all who offered to assist!
Nancy Ring Kendrick
Daytona Beach, FL
replyto: bogus@taring.org or adamsny@f2s.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Thank you very much for the donation.
There are a variety of ways to give to JewishGen in support of
general operations or special projects. For more information,
see <http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/>.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Mormon Church census search #general

Sally Bruckheimer <sallybruc@...>
 

Unindexed censuses are just that-unindexed. You have
to search by address in the district where they lived.
That means you need to get an address for that year
(or search a lot-sometimes this is enough in a small
town), then look up the map or description of the
districts, then get the corresponding film.

The up side of all this is that you get to see other
families around yours-you might find other relatives
that you didn't know were there-I did. I found my 2nd
gr grandfather living next to his daughter (a gr aunt
confirmed this) although I hadn't known his name
before, let alone that he had come to the US.

Sally Bruckheimer
Harrison, NY


Good News re Kiev BMD Project #ukraine

Flo Elman
 

Ron Doctor has just completed editing and formatting the detailed cd-rom
inventory for the Kiev Guberniya records we received >from the LDS. Special
thanks go to Elizabeth Shamroth, Charlotte Showel, and Wayne Marcus. They
diligently did the work of creating the inventory, and they did it in short
order. This work was very difficult due to the nature of some of the
records.

We have a total of 4,689 Jewish records on the 2 cd-roms we received from
the LDS. If our translators and data typists perform as well as Elizabeth,
Charlotte, and Wayne, we have high hopes that these translations will be
completed this year.

Due to the size of the Inventory - 50 pages long - it has not been copied
here. The towns inventoried are in the Zvenigorodka district. Once this
project has been completed, we can set to work on any data that is
available >from other former Russian-Ukraine gubernias.

Florence Elman
Ukraine SIG Coordinator
haflo@shaw.ca


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Good News re Kiev BMD Project #ukraine

Flo Elman
 

Ron Doctor has just completed editing and formatting the detailed cd-rom
inventory for the Kiev Guberniya records we received >from the LDS. Special
thanks go to Elizabeth Shamroth, Charlotte Showel, and Wayne Marcus. They
diligently did the work of creating the inventory, and they did it in short
order. This work was very difficult due to the nature of some of the
records.

We have a total of 4,689 Jewish records on the 2 cd-roms we received from
the LDS. If our translators and data typists perform as well as Elizabeth,
Charlotte, and Wayne, we have high hopes that these translations will be
completed this year.

Due to the size of the Inventory - 50 pages long - it has not been copied
here. The towns inventoried are in the Zvenigorodka district. Once this
project has been completed, we can set to work on any data that is
available >from other former Russian-Ukraine gubernias.

Florence Elman
Ukraine SIG Coordinator
haflo@shaw.ca


Sibolow? #ukraine

NOSHOWCLC@...
 

Has anyone any idea where Sibolow is, or was, in the Ukraine? I've
checked ShtetlSeeker, but there seem to be so many choices.

Susan Curelop
Seattle, WA, USA

Researching:
CURELOP/KUROLAP in Ukraine
NANKIN in Lithuania and South Africa
BOGOMOLNY in Ukraine


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Sibolow? #ukraine

NOSHOWCLC@...
 

Has anyone any idea where Sibolow is, or was, in the Ukraine? I've
checked ShtetlSeeker, but there seem to be so many choices.

Susan Curelop
Seattle, WA, USA

Researching:
CURELOP/KUROLAP in Ukraine
NANKIN in Lithuania and South Africa
BOGOMOLNY in Ukraine


Re: Vienna Household Registration Records #general

Bud484BG@...
 

I would appreciate hearing researchers who have viewed any of the Mormon
FHC collection of microfilm reels of the Vienna Household Registration
Records 1890-1925.

I am in the process of ordering some of these reels >from the FHC and could
use some information as to the size of the reels, i.e. How many individual
records on a reel?
I already know the registration was recorded on individual cards and they
are supposed to be labeled by the first surname on the film.

Any help will be much appreciated!

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, California

Searching: MARKEL Vienna (Austria) and Lemberg (Austro-Hungary-Galicia)
FRIEDMAN Vienna (Austria) and Lodz (Poland)


Re: Odessa - LANDO, MARGULEW/MARGULIES, SHORE, #general

K. & L. Bertelsen <lulu@...>
 

Dear Aizic,

Sorry to have to write this to the whole group.
Thank you for your message in reply to my posting in which you mentioned
Mordcha LANDIS.

I am sorry, but when I was editing out all the colour pictures etc, in
your email I accidently also edited out your email address!

Can you please contact me again at - layakbtl at benalla dot net dot au -
not the above mangled address - so I can reply properly to you. Thanks.

Lorraine Bertelsen
Boho, Downunder


Jewish war cemeteries in western galicia #general

Robert Fraser <rwfgjf@...>
 

Whilst searching for information on WW1 campaigns by the Austrian
Army, I discovered this page. I thought it might be of interest
to some.

http://www.muzeum.tarnow.pl/judaica/jewish.html

Robert W Fraser
Dianella, Western Australia
rwfgjf@iinet.net.au


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Vienna Household Registration Records #general

Bud484BG@...
 

I would appreciate hearing researchers who have viewed any of the Mormon
FHC collection of microfilm reels of the Vienna Household Registration
Records 1890-1925.

I am in the process of ordering some of these reels >from the FHC and could
use some information as to the size of the reels, i.e. How many individual
records on a reel?
I already know the registration was recorded on individual cards and they
are supposed to be labeled by the first surname on the film.

Any help will be much appreciated!

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, California

Searching: MARKEL Vienna (Austria) and Lemberg (Austro-Hungary-Galicia)
FRIEDMAN Vienna (Austria) and Lodz (Poland)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re:Odessa - LANDO, MARGULEW/MARGULIES, SHORE, #general

K. & L. Bertelsen <lulu@...>
 

Dear Aizic,

Sorry to have to write this to the whole group.
Thank you for your message in reply to my posting in which you mentioned
Mordcha LANDIS.

I am sorry, but when I was editing out all the colour pictures etc, in
your email I accidently also edited out your email address!

Can you please contact me again at - layakbtl at benalla dot net dot au -
not the above mangled address - so I can reply properly to you. Thanks.

Lorraine Bertelsen
Boho, Downunder


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish war cemeteries in western galicia #general

Robert Fraser <rwfgjf@...>
 

Whilst searching for information on WW1 campaigns by the Austrian
Army, I discovered this page. I thought it might be of interest
to some.

http://www.muzeum.tarnow.pl/judaica/jewish.html

Robert W Fraser
Dianella, Western Australia
rwfgjf@iinet.net.au


Reunion of Descendants of Szolim Lejzor SOKOLIK #general

Leonard J. Schwartz <lennyjay@...>
 

We are looking for any descendants of Szolim Lejzor SOKOLIK, who was born
about 1810 in Lomza, Poland. He was married to Brajna (aka Chaja)
Dawidowna, who died before 1849. Szolim died on October 9, 1855 in Gac,
Poland. He was survived by at least two children: Dawid Sokolik and Abram
Sokolik. He may also have had a daughter named Raska Sokolik and/or a son
named Izrael.

Dawid married Estera Malka Idzkowna Radowska on February 20, 1849 and they
had three children: Wolf Zyskind Sokolik, Moszk Chaim Sokolik and Szolim.
Moszk, in turn, married Sora Gitla Bursztyn and they had ten (count-em,
ten) children, >from whom many of the Sokoliks are descended. The children
are Doba Fejda Sokolik, Cyrla Leia Sokolik, Chaja Sokolik, Dawid Sokolik,
Mariam Mindel Sokloik, Benjamin Sokolik, Rywka Sokolik, Neszka Sokolik,
Bejla Sokolik and Rochla Sokolik.

Abram Sokolik, Szolim’s other son, had six children, Brajna Bejla Sokolik,
Jszk Moszk Sokolik, Rejzia Sokolik, Chana Gitla Sokolik, Maryem Sokolik,
and Mejer Sokolik, with his first wife, Zelda Majerowna Kapla. And, not to
be outdone by his brother, he had nine (9) more children with his second
wife, Sara Basa Moszkowna/Zuckor (a total of 15 children). These children
are Chaim Mortek Sokolic, Sender Zyskind Sokolik, Baila Sokolik, David
Sokolik, Peshe Sokolic, Esther Malcha Sokolik, Harry Sokolik, Juszk
Sokolik and Joseph Sokolik.

Chana Gitla Sokolik married Aron Notek Isman and they had Meyer, Louis,
Sam, Harry, Zelda (who was married to David Sokolik, her half uncle),
Edward, Rachel and Raszka. When they immigrated to the States, Aron
changed his name to Nathan Eastman (or Esstman).

Of Abram's second family:

Chaim Mortek (Hyman) Sokolic, a baker, stayed in England (where the
ASokolic@ spelling may have been adopted) before immigrating to the US.
He had 4 children: Moshe David, Joseph Maxwell (whose name was spelled
ASocolick@), Esther Sokolic Tucker, and Anna Celia Sokolic Newman.

Sender Zyskind (Sander or Sam) Sokolik had 8 children: Pesza and Bendet
(both of whom died as children), Morris, Julius, Abraham, Fanny, Bertha,
and Sophie.

Baila Sokolik Zimmerman had 10 children: David Louis, Joseph, Rose, Anna,
Rachel, Ceila, Albert, Esther, Irv, and Izrael (Izzy).

Peshe Sokolik Kornicks had 14 children: Louis, Fanny, Gus, Rae, Joe (Dick),
Frieda, Morris, Max, Abe (Zeke), Rose, Charles (Chuck), Rebecca (Betty),
Israel (Irvin), Hyman.

David Sokolik had 3 children: Ruth, Anne, and Herman.

Harry Sokolik had 4 children: Morris (Butch), David, Joseph, and Regina.

Joseph Sokolik had 4 children: Albert, Irvin, Rose, and Martin.

Esther Malch Sokolik Simon had 4 children by her first husband: Estelle,
Florence, Beatrice, and Frieda, and one by her second husband: Jack Light.

Juszk Sokolik died in infancy.

We are holding a reunion of descendants in 2005. If you are a descendant of
Szolim, please contact me so that you may be added to our mailing list of
descendants (and I can add you to our growing family tree).

Leonard J. Schwartz
Austin, Texas
lennyjay@sbcglobal.net


look up request for chicago #general

Annemarie Jutel <jutel@...>
 

If someone in Illinois is available to assist me, I would appreciate an
obituary look-up for Sucher Drosdowitz, who died in Chicago on Feb 21,
1912.

Many thanks

Annemarie JUTEL
Dunedin, NZ

Researching: DROZDOWTIZ/DROSDOWITZ, GOLDSTEIN, STEINBERG, MANHEIM,
HIRSCHLER, KAHN, SALZ


Is it possible to find NYC directory name by date? #general

FCM <skylark2@...>
 

My relative arrived in NY on October 16, 1904. The ship record said he and
family were going to his sister-in-law Mrs. Harris K........ (I cannot read
the name), at 235 East 102 Street, NYC. I have no idea who this lady is.
Is there a way to get a city directory or cross directory with that address
to find out who the name actually is? Thank you for help and suggestions.
Frank Morgan
New Mexico


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Reunion of Descendants of Szolim Lejzor SOKOLIK #general

Leonard J. Schwartz <lennyjay@...>
 

We are looking for any descendants of Szolim Lejzor SOKOLIK, who was born
about 1810 in Lomza, Poland. He was married to Brajna (aka Chaja)
Dawidowna, who died before 1849. Szolim died on October 9, 1855 in Gac,
Poland. He was survived by at least two children: Dawid Sokolik and Abram
Sokolik. He may also have had a daughter named Raska Sokolik and/or a son
named Izrael.

Dawid married Estera Malka Idzkowna Radowska on February 20, 1849 and they
had three children: Wolf Zyskind Sokolik, Moszk Chaim Sokolik and Szolim.
Moszk, in turn, married Sora Gitla Bursztyn and they had ten (count-em,
ten) children, >from whom many of the Sokoliks are descended. The children
are Doba Fejda Sokolik, Cyrla Leia Sokolik, Chaja Sokolik, Dawid Sokolik,
Mariam Mindel Sokloik, Benjamin Sokolik, Rywka Sokolik, Neszka Sokolik,
Bejla Sokolik and Rochla Sokolik.

Abram Sokolik, Szolim’s other son, had six children, Brajna Bejla Sokolik,
Jszk Moszk Sokolik, Rejzia Sokolik, Chana Gitla Sokolik, Maryem Sokolik,
and Mejer Sokolik, with his first wife, Zelda Majerowna Kapla. And, not to
be outdone by his brother, he had nine (9) more children with his second
wife, Sara Basa Moszkowna/Zuckor (a total of 15 children). These children
are Chaim Mortek Sokolic, Sender Zyskind Sokolik, Baila Sokolik, David
Sokolik, Peshe Sokolic, Esther Malcha Sokolik, Harry Sokolik, Juszk
Sokolik and Joseph Sokolik.

Chana Gitla Sokolik married Aron Notek Isman and they had Meyer, Louis,
Sam, Harry, Zelda (who was married to David Sokolik, her half uncle),
Edward, Rachel and Raszka. When they immigrated to the States, Aron
changed his name to Nathan Eastman (or Esstman).

Of Abram's second family:

Chaim Mortek (Hyman) Sokolic, a baker, stayed in England (where the
ASokolic@ spelling may have been adopted) before immigrating to the US.
He had 4 children: Moshe David, Joseph Maxwell (whose name was spelled
ASocolick@), Esther Sokolic Tucker, and Anna Celia Sokolic Newman.

Sender Zyskind (Sander or Sam) Sokolik had 8 children: Pesza and Bendet
(both of whom died as children), Morris, Julius, Abraham, Fanny, Bertha,
and Sophie.

Baila Sokolik Zimmerman had 10 children: David Louis, Joseph, Rose, Anna,
Rachel, Ceila, Albert, Esther, Irv, and Izrael (Izzy).

Peshe Sokolik Kornicks had 14 children: Louis, Fanny, Gus, Rae, Joe (Dick),
Frieda, Morris, Max, Abe (Zeke), Rose, Charles (Chuck), Rebecca (Betty),
Israel (Irvin), Hyman.

David Sokolik had 3 children: Ruth, Anne, and Herman.

Harry Sokolik had 4 children: Morris (Butch), David, Joseph, and Regina.

Joseph Sokolik had 4 children: Albert, Irvin, Rose, and Martin.

Esther Malch Sokolik Simon had 4 children by her first husband: Estelle,
Florence, Beatrice, and Frieda, and one by her second husband: Jack Light.

Juszk Sokolik died in infancy.

We are holding a reunion of descendants in 2005. If you are a descendant of
Szolim, please contact me so that you may be added to our mailing list of
descendants (and I can add you to our growing family tree).

Leonard J. Schwartz
Austin, Texas
lennyjay@sbcglobal.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen look up request for chicago #general

Annemarie Jutel <jutel@...>
 

If someone in Illinois is available to assist me, I would appreciate an
obituary look-up for Sucher Drosdowitz, who died in Chicago on Feb 21,
1912.

Many thanks

Annemarie JUTEL
Dunedin, NZ

Researching: DROZDOWTIZ/DROSDOWITZ, GOLDSTEIN, STEINBERG, MANHEIM,
HIRSCHLER, KAHN, SALZ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Is it possible to find NYC directory name by date? #general

FCM <skylark2@...>
 

My relative arrived in NY on October 16, 1904. The ship record said he and
family were going to his sister-in-law Mrs. Harris K........ (I cannot read
the name), at 235 East 102 Street, NYC. I have no idea who this lady is.
Is there a way to get a city directory or cross directory with that address
to find out who the name actually is? Thank you for help and suggestions.
Frank Morgan
New Mexico