Date   

LANTOS #hungary

Sebastian Lantos <sebastian@...>
 

Dear friends
I am new to this experience and would like to know anything about the =
Lantos
family. My father Charles Peter, Fritz (uncle) and my granddad Emile =
moved
to Argentina, where I am from. I now live in the US.

Although not very common there are several Lantos' in larger cities =
around
the world. I would like to know how and if we are connected.

Regards
Sebastian Lantos
<snip>


Hungary SIG #Hungary LANTOS #hungary

Sebastian Lantos <sebastian@...>
 

Dear friends
I am new to this experience and would like to know anything about the =
Lantos
family. My father Charles Peter, Fritz (uncle) and my granddad Emile =
moved
to Argentina, where I am from. I now live in the US.

Although not very common there are several Lantos' in larger cities =
around
the world. I would like to know how and if we are connected.

Regards
Sebastian Lantos
<snip>


Re: Annie FISCHER (pianist): jewish? #hungary

Oblath András <oblath@...>
 

Yes, she was jewish.

András

-----Eredeti üzenet-----
Feladó: Daniel Teichman [mailto:daniel.teichman@...]
Elküldve: 2003. október 12. 22:18
Címzett: H-SIG
Tárgy: [h-sig] Annie FISCHER (pianist): jewish?


Does anybody know whether the famous hungarian pianist Annie FISCHER (born
July 5th 1914 in Budapest, died April 1995 in Budapest) was jewish?

Daniel Teichman
Zurich, Switzerland
daniel.teichman@...


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Annie FISCHER (pianist): jewish? #hungary

Oblath András <oblath@...>
 

Yes, she was jewish.

András

-----Eredeti üzenet-----
Feladó: Daniel Teichman [mailto:daniel.teichman@...]
Elküldve: 2003. október 12. 22:18
Címzett: H-SIG
Tárgy: [h-sig] Annie FISCHER (pianist): jewish?


Does anybody know whether the famous hungarian pianist Annie FISCHER (born
July 5th 1914 in Budapest, died April 1995 in Budapest) was jewish?

Daniel Teichman
Zurich, Switzerland
daniel.teichman@...


BOF Slutsk, BOF Divin, BOF Kutno #belarus

drgoldin90@...
 

Hi

Please add me to the following BOF groups for the names that follow.

BOF Slutsk: Breakstone/Petzuran/Cohen, Bregman
BOF Divin: Goldin
BOF Kutno: Fisher

Thanks
Marge Goldin


Belarus SIG #Belarus BOF Slutsk, BOF Divin, BOF Kutno #belarus

drgoldin90@...
 

Hi

Please add me to the following BOF groups for the names that follow.

BOF Slutsk: Breakstone/Petzuran/Cohen, Bregman
BOF Divin: Goldin
BOF Kutno: Fisher

Thanks
Marge Goldin


SCARBOWY #general

Errol Schneegurt
 

Hi,
My father has told me that his grandfather
was called Lieb Scarbowy. In my research I
have found that his name to be Lieb Jaraslower
and Abraham Lieb Jaraslower.
I recently received several birth records and
on two of them they refer to the father as
Scarbowy (as best as I can read it) Jaraslower.
The remainder of the records refer to him
as Lieb Jaraslower.

My question is what does Scarbowy mean? Is it
one of his names in Polish or is it referring
to something unrelated to his name?

Thank you
Errol Schneegurt LI NY ESLVIV@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SCARBOWY #general

Errol Schneegurt
 

Hi,
My father has told me that his grandfather
was called Lieb Scarbowy. In my research I
have found that his name to be Lieb Jaraslower
and Abraham Lieb Jaraslower.
I recently received several birth records and
on two of them they refer to the father as
Scarbowy (as best as I can read it) Jaraslower.
The remainder of the records refer to him
as Lieb Jaraslower.

My question is what does Scarbowy mean? Is it
one of his names in Polish or is it referring
to something unrelated to his name?

Thank you
Errol Schneegurt LI NY ESLVIV@...


Re: searching JRI-Poland not based on surname #general

Mark Halpern <willie46@...>
 

Dear Maya:

Using the Jewish Records Indexing - Poland searchable database
[go to homepage at http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/ and click
Search Database], researchers can only search by surname and/or
town. The indices that make up this database of over 2 million
entries are created in Microsoft Excel and then converted for
addition to the database. Many of these Excel files for indices
created under projects with the Polish State Archives can be
acquired by researchers. For more information on how to qualify
for receipt of an Excel file, please contact me privately.

You are interested in records >from Sniatyn. In 1875, Sniatyn was
a Jewish District town where Jewish vital events were registered
for Sniatyn and nearby towns and villages. Although JRI-Poland is
indexing the records for 87 district towns in eastern Galicia
available through the AGAD Archives in Warsaw, regretfully
Sniatyn records are not included in AGAD's collection. The best
place to identify if records for your ancestral town exist and
where they can be found is Miriam Weiner's Routes to Roots
Foundation website at http://www.rtrfoundation.org/.

However, it is always worthwhile to search the JRI-Poland
database as record indices for 60 of the 87 towns in the AGAD
project are included in the online database and Kolomyja is one
of these towns. To only capture records >from eastern Galicia that
are part of the AGAD project, set "Province" to "Ukraine." In the
results for LUWISCH, searched using Daitch-Mokotoff Soundex,
there is the 1875 Kolomyja birth of Josel Zallel son of Dawid
LUWESCH and Hudie SCHNEBALG. This is a possibility and with a few
more clicks, you can order this record >from AGAD through the
JRI-Poland AGAD Order System.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Archive Coordinator
JRI-Poland

----- Original Message -----
Hello all,

does anybody know of a possibility of
searching JRI-Poland without a surname
or townname? I am trying to find records
for a Joseph Luwisch, born in 1875 in Sniatyn,
Kolomya. As he is not listed under Luwisch,
I would like to check the possibility of a
listing under the mother's maiden name -
which I do not know. entering a specific town
in the main search window only retrieves
records that have this town name in the
entry, but not records found in that town /
branch of archives. It would be most helpful
if I could see the entire Kolomya 1875 BMD
for example, or if searching on first
names was possible.

any ideas? or do I just run the risk of
being inundated with piles of information
impossible to sift through?

thanks to all
Maya Elbaz
Ramat-Gan, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: searching JRI-Poland not based on surname #general

Mark Halpern <willie46@...>
 

Dear Maya:

Using the Jewish Records Indexing - Poland searchable database
[go to homepage at http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/ and click
Search Database], researchers can only search by surname and/or
town. The indices that make up this database of over 2 million
entries are created in Microsoft Excel and then converted for
addition to the database. Many of these Excel files for indices
created under projects with the Polish State Archives can be
acquired by researchers. For more information on how to qualify
for receipt of an Excel file, please contact me privately.

You are interested in records >from Sniatyn. In 1875, Sniatyn was
a Jewish District town where Jewish vital events were registered
for Sniatyn and nearby towns and villages. Although JRI-Poland is
indexing the records for 87 district towns in eastern Galicia
available through the AGAD Archives in Warsaw, regretfully
Sniatyn records are not included in AGAD's collection. The best
place to identify if records for your ancestral town exist and
where they can be found is Miriam Weiner's Routes to Roots
Foundation website at http://www.rtrfoundation.org/.

However, it is always worthwhile to search the JRI-Poland
database as record indices for 60 of the 87 towns in the AGAD
project are included in the online database and Kolomyja is one
of these towns. To only capture records >from eastern Galicia that
are part of the AGAD project, set "Province" to "Ukraine." In the
results for LUWISCH, searched using Daitch-Mokotoff Soundex,
there is the 1875 Kolomyja birth of Josel Zallel son of Dawid
LUWESCH and Hudie SCHNEBALG. This is a possibility and with a few
more clicks, you can order this record >from AGAD through the
JRI-Poland AGAD Order System.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Archive Coordinator
JRI-Poland

----- Original Message -----
Hello all,

does anybody know of a possibility of
searching JRI-Poland without a surname
or townname? I am trying to find records
for a Joseph Luwisch, born in 1875 in Sniatyn,
Kolomya. As he is not listed under Luwisch,
I would like to check the possibility of a
listing under the mother's maiden name -
which I do not know. entering a specific town
in the main search window only retrieves
records that have this town name in the
entry, but not records found in that town /
branch of archives. It would be most helpful
if I could see the entire Kolomya 1875 BMD
for example, or if searching on first
names was possible.

any ideas? or do I just run the risk of
being inundated with piles of information
impossible to sift through?

thanks to all
Maya Elbaz
Ramat-Gan, Israel


Re: Help with tombstone text (not translation) #general

Charles Vitez <vitez@...>
 

"M&M Schejtman" <mario_m@...> wrote in message
news:031c01c390e2$914a7350$f6da19ac@mwt2qncwlbatzz...
I have a tombstone >from Radomsko cemetery
in Poland.

Most of the text is straight forward, except
for the date of death.

Does anyone *know* if Taanit Esther (13 Adar)
can also be written as Esther Taanit? I know this
is strange, but these are the words I can read
on the stone,and they are followed by the year
5621 (1861). There are no other word that can
be a date.
***CV***
It is not unusual to reverse the order in Jiddisch
and refer to the fast as "der Esster tayness"
in speech, but I do not recall such usage
on metzevot. Where was this?
****


I can email a JPG of the stone.

Thanks for any help

Merav Schejtman-Gilai
Jerusalem Israel

Searching: ZILBERSZAC- Radomsko Poland
HERC- Wloszcowa Poland
NAGLER- Romania?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Help with tombstone text (not translation) #general

Charles Vitez <vitez@...>
 

"M&M Schejtman" <mario_m@...> wrote in message
news:031c01c390e2$914a7350$f6da19ac@mwt2qncwlbatzz...
I have a tombstone >from Radomsko cemetery
in Poland.

Most of the text is straight forward, except
for the date of death.

Does anyone *know* if Taanit Esther (13 Adar)
can also be written as Esther Taanit? I know this
is strange, but these are the words I can read
on the stone,and they are followed by the year
5621 (1861). There are no other word that can
be a date.
***CV***
It is not unusual to reverse the order in Jiddisch
and refer to the fast as "der Esster tayness"
in speech, but I do not recall such usage
on metzevot. Where was this?
****


I can email a JPG of the stone.

Thanks for any help

Merav Schejtman-Gilai
Jerusalem Israel

Searching: ZILBERSZAC- Radomsko Poland
HERC- Wloszcowa Poland
NAGLER- Romania?


A relative in Deadwood...what are the chances? #usa

RecordsAccess@...
 

Dear Fellow Yankee Doodle Genealogists,

Hey you never know!!!

One of the 43 Yankee Doodlers who answered my request for areas where they
lived or were researching happened to mention that she had relatives in the
unlikely town of Deadwood SD.

What are the odds of finding an Early American Jewish connection there?

Not good.

But not impossible!

Coincidentally, I have a good friend >from Deadwood who now lives in New York.

And he knew the relatives of the researcher.

So by the miracle of the Jewish Gen I put them in touch with each other.

Didn't know whether their related or just family friends...but at least it's
a start.

How did it end up?

It seems they knew some of the same people and were able to get some
additional information. No new relatives, but a chance to round out their research.

Maybe you (or I) will be the next lucky one?

Hey, you never know!!!

Marvin Calo Weinberg Early American Sig Coordinator.


Re: Hanover Births #general

Sally Bruckheimer
 

All of the local FHL's are run by volunteers, some
know more than others, but none know the specifics of
what is on a film if the information is not on the
description of the film. There are reference
librarians in Salt Lake City who might know, but the
short answer is usually: "What you see is what you
get."

When the film is made, whatever is available is
filmed. There are international treaties involved,
and negotiations as to filming certain records in
certain fonds, so there may be other records in the
archives, misplaced in another group perhaps, which
were not available with the genealogical records when
they were filmed.

It may be that the original records were separated by
sex, and the boys book was lost or ended up in some
other archives. For Russia, it is possible that none
of the boys were registered because that would make
them draftable. It is also possible that the boys
were somewhere else on the film (ie separate pages),
and, if you look carefully, you will find them;
sometimes there are separate films or parts of films
for 'right side of page' and 'left side of page'.

Good luck with your search,

Sally Bruckheimer
Harrison, NY


Early American SIG #USA A relative in Deadwood...what are the chances? #usa

RecordsAccess@...
 

Dear Fellow Yankee Doodle Genealogists,

Hey you never know!!!

One of the 43 Yankee Doodlers who answered my request for areas where they
lived or were researching happened to mention that she had relatives in the
unlikely town of Deadwood SD.

What are the odds of finding an Early American Jewish connection there?

Not good.

But not impossible!

Coincidentally, I have a good friend >from Deadwood who now lives in New York.

And he knew the relatives of the researcher.

So by the miracle of the Jewish Gen I put them in touch with each other.

Didn't know whether their related or just family friends...but at least it's
a start.

How did it end up?

It seems they knew some of the same people and were able to get some
additional information. No new relatives, but a chance to round out their research.

Maybe you (or I) will be the next lucky one?

Hey, you never know!!!

Marvin Calo Weinberg Early American Sig Coordinator.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Hanover Births #general

Sally Bruckheimer
 

All of the local FHL's are run by volunteers, some
know more than others, but none know the specifics of
what is on a film if the information is not on the
description of the film. There are reference
librarians in Salt Lake City who might know, but the
short answer is usually: "What you see is what you
get."

When the film is made, whatever is available is
filmed. There are international treaties involved,
and negotiations as to filming certain records in
certain fonds, so there may be other records in the
archives, misplaced in another group perhaps, which
were not available with the genealogical records when
they were filmed.

It may be that the original records were separated by
sex, and the boys book was lost or ended up in some
other archives. For Russia, it is possible that none
of the boys were registered because that would make
them draftable. It is also possible that the boys
were somewhere else on the film (ie separate pages),
and, if you look carefully, you will find them;
sometimes there are separate films or parts of films
for 'right side of page' and 'left side of page'.

Good luck with your search,

Sally Bruckheimer
Harrison, NY


Seek RACHMAN - Ukraine > US? 1880 #usa

Rachel <rahel_ia@...>
 

Hello,
I would like to post a massege to the earlyamerican group, mybe i'll find
my lost family, which immigrate to America around 1880.

as far as i know, they went >from Uman, Zhytomir, Ukraine.
the name are: Hannha, Yente, Liebe and more but i don't know the names.
their brother Moshe, is only one that immigrate to Israel.
Moshe Rachman married Brane, ( her surname was Rill) they had 7 children.

one of the family named Abraham were a soldier in the WW1. (as i know)
some of the Rachmans' changed their name to Richman or Richmond, or
Reichman.

If there is anyone to have any idea about, please write me.
Thank you very much,

Rachel Rahel_ia@...

MODERATOR NOTE: This message is not appropriate for this list since
it is not about persons who came to the USA prior to 1850. Please
reply by private email. Replies will not be posted here.


Early American SIG #USA Seek RACHMAN - Ukraine > US? 1880 #usa

Rachel <rahel_ia@...>
 

Hello,
I would like to post a massege to the earlyamerican group, mybe i'll find
my lost family, which immigrate to America around 1880.

as far as i know, they went >from Uman, Zhytomir, Ukraine.
the name are: Hannha, Yente, Liebe and more but i don't know the names.
their brother Moshe, is only one that immigrate to Israel.
Moshe Rachman married Brane, ( her surname was Rill) they had 7 children.

one of the family named Abraham were a soldier in the WW1. (as i know)
some of the Rachmans' changed their name to Richman or Richmond, or
Reichman.

If there is anyone to have any idea about, please write me.
Thank you very much,

Rachel Rahel_ia@...

MODERATOR NOTE: This message is not appropriate for this list since
it is not about persons who came to the USA prior to 1850. Please
reply by private email. Replies will not be posted here.


Re: Montreal synagogues #general

Avrum Lapin <avrum113@...>
 

At 12:00 AM -0500 on 10/13/03, JewishGen Discussion Group digest wrote:

Part's snipped

Subject: Montreal synagogues
From: "Pearl Goldman" <pearlgoldman@...>
Date: Sun, 12 Oct 2003 11:15:26 -0400
X-Message-Number: 8

.......
The extract of civil register of my parents'
marriages clearly states that they were married
by Rabbi S. Herschorn on October 15, 1950.
The extract was issued by Temple Solomon Jewish
Congregation Montreal and signed by Rabbi Herschorn.
Temple Solomon (Beth Shloime) has been located
on Clark Street for approximately 75 years.
I'm sure I remember sitting in the balcony there
with my mother, grandmother, and aunts when
I was a child.

I recently discovered my parents' wedding invitation,
which I had never seen before. It invites guests
to their wedding at ìCongregation Shilohî at 5035
Clanranald on October 15, 1950.

I have never heard of "Congregation Shiloh," however,
so I checked on Google. I discovered that:

............
What is "Congregation Shiloh" and what, if any,
connection did it have to Temple Solomon and
Rabbi Herschorn? Why would the wedding have
been held there?

I remember Congregation Shiloh. A friend of mine
had his Bar Mitzvah there about 1950. It was the
other Sephardic shul in Montreal. It met
in a partially completed building that may
have once been a church
(Partially completed meaning that the basement
had been built and its roof was the floor of
the never completed upstairs).

It is probable that Rabbi Herschorn officiated
at the wedding which was held at Congregation
Shiloh because Temple Solomon did not have a
reception hall and your parents (or her family)
did not want to rent a reception hall.
At that time the marriage registers were kept by
the clergy under the name of their home congregation.
Each year the completed registers were turned
into the Court House. Temple Shiloh
may not have had a "registered" Rabbi.

1950 was the time that Jewish families were
migrating out of the Clark St etc area to NDG,
Snowdon (where Shiloh was) St Laurent etc.
In many cases there was conflict whether life
cycle events should be
held where the parents and their generation
lived or where the younger generation had moved to.
--
Avrum Lapin, of Upland, CA
avrum113@...

Researching:
LAPIN Grodno
LAPUNSKI Grodno,Indura and Sokolka
KATZ,Abraham Bialystok and Sokolka
LUBELSKY Bialystok
RODIN Winnipeg and Gomel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Montreal synagogues #general

Avrum Lapin <avrum113@...>
 

At 12:00 AM -0500 on 10/13/03, JewishGen Discussion Group digest wrote:

Part's snipped

Subject: Montreal synagogues
From: "Pearl Goldman" <pearlgoldman@...>
Date: Sun, 12 Oct 2003 11:15:26 -0400
X-Message-Number: 8

.......
The extract of civil register of my parents'
marriages clearly states that they were married
by Rabbi S. Herschorn on October 15, 1950.
The extract was issued by Temple Solomon Jewish
Congregation Montreal and signed by Rabbi Herschorn.
Temple Solomon (Beth Shloime) has been located
on Clark Street for approximately 75 years.
I'm sure I remember sitting in the balcony there
with my mother, grandmother, and aunts when
I was a child.

I recently discovered my parents' wedding invitation,
which I had never seen before. It invites guests
to their wedding at ìCongregation Shilohî at 5035
Clanranald on October 15, 1950.

I have never heard of "Congregation Shiloh," however,
so I checked on Google. I discovered that:

............
What is "Congregation Shiloh" and what, if any,
connection did it have to Temple Solomon and
Rabbi Herschorn? Why would the wedding have
been held there?

I remember Congregation Shiloh. A friend of mine
had his Bar Mitzvah there about 1950. It was the
other Sephardic shul in Montreal. It met
in a partially completed building that may
have once been a church
(Partially completed meaning that the basement
had been built and its roof was the floor of
the never completed upstairs).

It is probable that Rabbi Herschorn officiated
at the wedding which was held at Congregation
Shiloh because Temple Solomon did not have a
reception hall and your parents (or her family)
did not want to rent a reception hall.
At that time the marriage registers were kept by
the clergy under the name of their home congregation.
Each year the completed registers were turned
into the Court House. Temple Shiloh
may not have had a "registered" Rabbi.

1950 was the time that Jewish families were
migrating out of the Clark St etc area to NDG,
Snowdon (where Shiloh was) St Laurent etc.
In many cases there was conflict whether life
cycle events should be
held where the parents and their generation
lived or where the younger generation had moved to.
--
Avrum Lapin, of Upland, CA
avrum113@...

Researching:
LAPIN Grodno
LAPUNSKI Grodno,Indura and Sokolka
KATZ,Abraham Bialystok and Sokolka
LUBELSKY Bialystok
RODIN Winnipeg and Gomel