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WEISS / WEIS, BACK, FURTH, KARPELES, LIVITUS families near Beroun, Bohemia #general

moravcik <morav@...>
 

I am looking for anyone who might have information about Jewish
communities in the area around the Czech town of Beroun, some 30 km west
of Prague. My ancestors were named Weiss, Karpeles, Back or Beck, Furth,
Livitus, and Hecht. They lived in the villages of Belec, Krupna, Dobris,
Suchomasty, Tman, Hlasna Treban. these are all near Karlstein castle.
Any information about the life of the Jews in this area would be welcome.

Thank you, Philip Moravcik, Honolulu


Re: Name Chayim/Joachim #general

Peter Zimmer <320004503983-0001@...>
 

I want to thank everybody who helped me with my name search.

Peter Zimmer
Muenster, Germany


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen WEISS / WEIS, BACK, FURTH, KARPELES, LIVITUS families near Beroun, Bohemia #general

moravcik <morav@...>
 

I am looking for anyone who might have information about Jewish
communities in the area around the Czech town of Beroun, some 30 km west
of Prague. My ancestors were named Weiss, Karpeles, Back or Beck, Furth,
Livitus, and Hecht. They lived in the villages of Belec, Krupna, Dobris,
Suchomasty, Tman, Hlasna Treban. these are all near Karlstein castle.
Any information about the life of the Jews in this area would be welcome.

Thank you, Philip Moravcik, Honolulu


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Name Chayim/Joachim #general

Peter Zimmer <320004503983-0001@...>
 

I want to thank everybody who helped me with my name search.

Peter Zimmer
Muenster, Germany


Searching LEWKOWICZ, WARSHAWSKI, FUCHS, CYMBALISTA, GOLDMAN #general

layla thomas <mikolayla_99@...>
 

Hello
Maybe somebody can help: For a long time I have been trying to find if
there is anybody left that maybe knew my father Aron LEWKOWICZ,dob:1914,
Czenstochau,Polen. Brothers that survived the Holocaust with him were
David Lewkowicz, dob: 1924, Czenstochau,Polen. And Herschel Lewkowicz,
dob: 1912, Czenstochau, Polen. His parents (my grandparents) name were
Abraham Lewkowicz, dob:1877,and Laja Lewkowicz,dob:1885,maiden name was
WARSHAWSKI. Befor the war started my father was married to his childhood
sweetheart, her name was Jadzia FUCHS, speeling may not be correct. Her
birthdate may have been 1915. When the Germans moved into Czenstochau
she was pregnant with their first child. She was killed in Treblinka
along with the rest of the family. After the war my father married my
mother Rachel Blima CYMBALISTA,dob:1922,in Rakow, Polen. I can find no
information on her family either. Fathers name was Moshe and Rifka
Cymbalista, (my grandparents) maiden name GOLDMAN, dob: was 1895.For
month I have been trying to find somebody or something or any kind of
information if somebody maybe knew of my family or my fathers first wife.
There is no information about her no family no nothing. But she was alife
and somebody may have known her. Thank you very much
Laja Rifka Thomas
(searching for info on Lewkowicz/Cymbalista/Goldman)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching LEWKOWICZ, WARSHAWSKI, FUCHS, CYMBALISTA, GOLDMAN #general

layla thomas <mikolayla_99@...>
 

Hello
Maybe somebody can help: For a long time I have been trying to find if
there is anybody left that maybe knew my father Aron LEWKOWICZ,dob:1914,
Czenstochau,Polen. Brothers that survived the Holocaust with him were
David Lewkowicz, dob: 1924, Czenstochau,Polen. And Herschel Lewkowicz,
dob: 1912, Czenstochau, Polen. His parents (my grandparents) name were
Abraham Lewkowicz, dob:1877,and Laja Lewkowicz,dob:1885,maiden name was
WARSHAWSKI. Befor the war started my father was married to his childhood
sweetheart, her name was Jadzia FUCHS, speeling may not be correct. Her
birthdate may have been 1915. When the Germans moved into Czenstochau
she was pregnant with their first child. She was killed in Treblinka
along with the rest of the family. After the war my father married my
mother Rachel Blima CYMBALISTA,dob:1922,in Rakow, Polen. I can find no
information on her family either. Fathers name was Moshe and Rifka
Cymbalista, (my grandparents) maiden name GOLDMAN, dob: was 1895.For
month I have been trying to find somebody or something or any kind of
information if somebody maybe knew of my family or my fathers first wife.
There is no information about her no family no nothing. But she was alife
and somebody may have known her. Thank you very much
Laja Rifka Thomas
(searching for info on Lewkowicz/Cymbalista/Goldman)


Re: Eios #general

ac <anitac47@...>
 

Thanks to all for their considered responses on this name.

I think the person who originally did the transliteration added the "E" to
establish the pronunciation as "eeos". The backwards N (the "ee") is a long
"e" sound. The "b" at the end (not a letter but a sound modifier) turns the
backwards N into a Yi (yee)--sort of. Hence Yos. What is interesting is
that, as I have explained to others, the clerks seemed to have homogenized
the names so that there are no variants so that there are only Sruls but no
Israels, Mordkos but no Mordechais, Sura but no Sara, etc. I'm not sure if
this was the way it is actually recorded in the registers or the clerks in
the archives who typed this up did it. My experience with register sheets
is that there are variants sometimes.

What I've learned in doing this (for the first time) is that it is not
exact and if you have any number of versions of the transliterations of the
Cyrillic letters you will have that many slight differences. I've been told
to use Beider's, or the LOC. I've downloaded many >from different Slavic
language departments. I only found one that goes letter by letter to give
explanations of the sounds, the changes depending on their positions in a
word, etc. (and stupidly didn't record the website--if I find it I'll post
it). This at least gives you an understanding.

And yes, someone will look this over for me.

This all reminds me of Allan Sherman's version of that Irish song that he
did with all the names "....Stein with an ei and Styne with a y..."

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY
Searching NADWORNY anywhere, everywhere.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Eios #general

ac <anitac47@...>
 

Thanks to all for their considered responses on this name.

I think the person who originally did the transliteration added the "E" to
establish the pronunciation as "eeos". The backwards N (the "ee") is a long
"e" sound. The "b" at the end (not a letter but a sound modifier) turns the
backwards N into a Yi (yee)--sort of. Hence Yos. What is interesting is
that, as I have explained to others, the clerks seemed to have homogenized
the names so that there are no variants so that there are only Sruls but no
Israels, Mordkos but no Mordechais, Sura but no Sara, etc. I'm not sure if
this was the way it is actually recorded in the registers or the clerks in
the archives who typed this up did it. My experience with register sheets
is that there are variants sometimes.

What I've learned in doing this (for the first time) is that it is not
exact and if you have any number of versions of the transliterations of the
Cyrillic letters you will have that many slight differences. I've been told
to use Beider's, or the LOC. I've downloaded many >from different Slavic
language departments. I only found one that goes letter by letter to give
explanations of the sounds, the changes depending on their positions in a
word, etc. (and stupidly didn't record the website--if I find it I'll post
it). This at least gives you an understanding.

And yes, someone will look this over for me.

This all reminds me of Allan Sherman's version of that Irish song that he
did with all the names "....Stein with an ei and Styne with a y..."

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY
Searching NADWORNY anywhere, everywhere.


Reincarnation & Transmigration #general

Arnold Samlan
 

My thanks to those of you on the list who responded to my query.

I appreciate the correction as to my use of the word "reincarnation", which,
I learned, generally is applied to a return to life in human form. It was
this belief with which I was somewhat familiar as a belief that was prominent
in mystical thought, including that of Hasidism.

The more appropriate word in referring to returning to life as an animal, I
have been told, is "transmigration," which also can refer to returning in
human form. This belief was foreign to me as a Jewish belief.

As to my family's "shtick," it came down to me through one aunt. She pretty
much had the belief related to farm animals (no doubt because those were the
animals they had in Yarun). And it seemed that coming back as an animal
was directly related to a person doing evil during his/her life.

So far, people on the lists have confirmed similar beliefs in Hasidic
circles. In my opinion, it was probably what I would consider a folk belief that
found its way into the community because it was an extension of other beliefs
about reincaration and such.

While this hasn't really helped me to narrow down my geographic focus, it
was nice to know that Aunt Anna wasn't alone out there.

Arnold D. Samlan
West Hempstead, NY

Researching: SAMLAN (Chicago, Hamilton Ont., Montreal), SHENKER (Montreal),
KOOPERMAN/COOPERMAN/KUPERMAN (Yarun/Yarin), BRODER/BROTHER (HIRCHIRKI??)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Reincarnation & Transmigration #general

Arnold Samlan
 

My thanks to those of you on the list who responded to my query.

I appreciate the correction as to my use of the word "reincarnation", which,
I learned, generally is applied to a return to life in human form. It was
this belief with which I was somewhat familiar as a belief that was prominent
in mystical thought, including that of Hasidism.

The more appropriate word in referring to returning to life as an animal, I
have been told, is "transmigration," which also can refer to returning in
human form. This belief was foreign to me as a Jewish belief.

As to my family's "shtick," it came down to me through one aunt. She pretty
much had the belief related to farm animals (no doubt because those were the
animals they had in Yarun). And it seemed that coming back as an animal
was directly related to a person doing evil during his/her life.

So far, people on the lists have confirmed similar beliefs in Hasidic
circles. In my opinion, it was probably what I would consider a folk belief that
found its way into the community because it was an extension of other beliefs
about reincaration and such.

While this hasn't really helped me to narrow down my geographic focus, it
was nice to know that Aunt Anna wasn't alone out there.

Arnold D. Samlan
West Hempstead, NY

Researching: SAMLAN (Chicago, Hamilton Ont., Montreal), SHENKER (Montreal),
KOOPERMAN/COOPERMAN/KUPERMAN (Yarun/Yarin), BRODER/BROTHER (HIRCHIRKI??)


KAHN / CAHN in Offenbach am Main - additional info #general

Hanna Goldmann
 

Additional to my info sent before:

First marriage of Akiva KAHN to Klaerchen Koppel b:
1783 in Offenbach am Main, d: 18th February 1816. Her
parents: Lehmann Hanau d: 24th December, 1805 in
Frankfurt am Main married to Taeubche (called Hamel).

Besides that known children of Abraham (called Adolph)
Kahn and Bertha Hanau: Ottilie Cahn, Johanna Cahn,
Franziska Cahn, Edmund Cahn and possibly Hermann Cahn.

Hanna


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KAHN / CAHN in Offenbach am Main - additional info #general

Hanna Goldmann
 

Additional to my info sent before:

First marriage of Akiva KAHN to Klaerchen Koppel b:
1783 in Offenbach am Main, d: 18th February 1816. Her
parents: Lehmann Hanau d: 24th December, 1805 in
Frankfurt am Main married to Taeubche (called Hamel).

Besides that known children of Abraham (called Adolph)
Kahn and Bertha Hanau: Ottilie Cahn, Johanna Cahn,
Franziska Cahn, Edmund Cahn and possibly Hermann Cahn.

Hanna


GRINTZ + SZUCHHENDLER search for #general

igaal <igaal101@...>
 

Any information about survivors after Holocaust.
GRINTZ - Poland-Radom
SZUCHHENDLER - Poland-Lubartow

Thanks ahead
Igaal Grintz


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen GRINTZ + SZUCHHENDLER search for #general

igaal <igaal101@...>
 

Any information about survivors after Holocaust.
GRINTZ - Poland-Radom
SZUCHHENDLER - Poland-Lubartow

Thanks ahead
Igaal Grintz


Re: 1910 census data help #general

Barry Finkel <b19141@...>
 

What is the best way of locating census data >from
1910 if I have a New York City(Manhattan) address from
a 1907 ships manifest? The name looks like Schmied or
Schmeid on the departing manifest and is
typed as Schmidt on the arrival manifest and at some
point was changed to Smith.
Any help is appreciated.
Assuming that the street addresses have not changed since 1907 --
1) Get a current map of Manhattan (mapquest.com, or alternatives)
to get the cross streets closest to the address.

2) Go to www.stevemorse.org

1910/1930 Census ED Finder

That page will get you the ED based on streets in the ED,

Barry S. Finkel
Chicago, IL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: 1910 census data help #general

Barry Finkel <b19141@...>
 

What is the best way of locating census data >from
1910 if I have a New York City(Manhattan) address from
a 1907 ships manifest? The name looks like Schmied or
Schmeid on the departing manifest and is
typed as Schmidt on the arrival manifest and at some
point was changed to Smith.
Any help is appreciated.
Assuming that the street addresses have not changed since 1907 --
1) Get a current map of Manhattan (mapquest.com, or alternatives)
to get the cross streets closest to the address.

2) Go to www.stevemorse.org

1910/1930 Census ED Finder

That page will get you the ED based on streets in the ED,

Barry S. Finkel
Chicago, IL


Jewish Lucas' #unitedkingdom

veronica levin <chiccomama77@...>
 

Does anyone have any information on jewish Lucas' or Lukis? >from either
Ireland or England?

Also was there ever a Jewish community living in Westport Mayo Ireland?
Interested in other Lucas' original name and how it came to be changed to
Lukas.

Regards Veronica.


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Jewish Lucas' #unitedkingdom

veronica levin <chiccomama77@...>
 

Does anyone have any information on jewish Lucas' or Lukis? >from either
Ireland or England?

Also was there ever a Jewish community living in Westport Mayo Ireland?
Interested in other Lucas' original name and how it came to be changed to
Lukas.

Regards Veronica.


Re: Do BARBANELL & ABARBANEL have common roots? #rabbinic

Tomer Brunner <tomerbr@...>
 

Earlier today, Solna K. (Kandi) Wasser <skwasser@...> wrote:

Could BARBANELL possibly be a part of the family ABARBANEL, having
dropped the "A"?
Yes. and just as one example out of many, which can be found on the web
see : http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?r102:E24MR2-47:

Regards,
Tomer Brunner, Israel.


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: Do BARBANELL & ABARBANEL have common roots? #rabbinic

Tomer Brunner <tomerbr@...>
 

Earlier today, Solna K. (Kandi) Wasser <skwasser@...> wrote:

Could BARBANELL possibly be a part of the family ABARBANEL, having
dropped the "A"?
Yes. and just as one example out of many, which can be found on the web
see : http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?r102:E24MR2-47:

Regards,
Tomer Brunner, Israel.