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Re: * Tombstone engraving mystery name #general

Stan Goodman <SPAM_FOILER@...>
 

On Sat, 21 May 2005 16:39:20 UTC, tom.vene@uol.com.br (Tom Venetianer)
opined:

Dear all,

My gggf's grave, (died in 1888), has a very old and worn out tombstone. His father's
Hebrew name is likely:
jud (for sure) - he (or tav) - nun (or vav) - resh (or dalet)
Can you make out a name? Which?

I'm not publishing the photo on Viewmate because it is almost illegible. The letters
mentioned above were obtained through a kind gentleman who visited the cemetery.

Many thanks in advance, please reply in private
Regards
Tom

Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil
The gentlemen that visited the grave appears to have missed the final HEH
completely. Your gggf was Yehuda.

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

Searching:
NEACHOWICZ/NOACHOWICZ, NEJMAN/NAJMAN, SURALSKI: >from Lomza Gubernia
ISMACH: >from Lomza Gubernia, Galicia, and Ukraina
HERTANU, ABRAMOVICI, LAUER: >from Dorohoi District, Romania
GRISARU, VATARU: >from Iasi, Dorohoi, and Mileanca, Romania

See my interactive family tree (requires Java 1.1.6 or better). the URL is:
http://www.hashkedim.com

For reasons connected with anti-spam/junk security, the return address is
not valid. To communicate with me, please visit my website (see the URL
above -- no Java required for this purpose) and fill in the email form
there.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: * Tombstone engraving mystery name #general

Stan Goodman <SPAM_FOILER@...>
 

On Sat, 21 May 2005 16:39:20 UTC, tom.vene@uol.com.br (Tom Venetianer)
opined:

Dear all,

My gggf's grave, (died in 1888), has a very old and worn out tombstone. His father's
Hebrew name is likely:
jud (for sure) - he (or tav) - nun (or vav) - resh (or dalet)
Can you make out a name? Which?

I'm not publishing the photo on Viewmate because it is almost illegible. The letters
mentioned above were obtained through a kind gentleman who visited the cemetery.

Many thanks in advance, please reply in private
Regards
Tom

Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil
The gentlemen that visited the grave appears to have missed the final HEH
completely. Your gggf was Yehuda.

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

Searching:
NEACHOWICZ/NOACHOWICZ, NEJMAN/NAJMAN, SURALSKI: >from Lomza Gubernia
ISMACH: >from Lomza Gubernia, Galicia, and Ukraina
HERTANU, ABRAMOVICI, LAUER: >from Dorohoi District, Romania
GRISARU, VATARU: >from Iasi, Dorohoi, and Mileanca, Romania

See my interactive family tree (requires Java 1.1.6 or better). the URL is:
http://www.hashkedim.com

For reasons connected with anti-spam/junk security, the return address is
not valid. To communicate with me, please visit my website (see the URL
above -- no Java required for this purpose) and fill in the email form
there.


H-SIG Information on Csenger, Szatmar/Satu Mare #general

Vivian Kahn
 

I respectfully disagree with the moderator's advice. Guta, Csenger,
and Pressburg/Bratislava were all in pre-Trianon Hungary, which is
within the scope of the Hungarian SIG, not the Austria/Czech SIG.
Bratislava, known as Pozsony in Hungarian, was in Czechoslovakia after
WWI but is now in the Slovak Republic. Csenger was in Szatmar megye
(county), now Romania, and Guta was in Nograd megye, now in Slovakia as
well. Check the All-Hungary database for records >from these
communities.

Vivian Kahn, Hungarian SIG Coordinator

MODERATOR NOTE: The moderator stands corrected. Bratislava, in
Slovakia, is properly within the geographical area covered by H-SIG.
Its proximity to Vienna makes connections to the Austria-Czech
SIG's area likely, but H-SIG is a more appropriate forum. Information
about H-SIG can be found at <http://www.jewishgen.org/hungary/>.

Subject: Information on Csenger, Szatmar/Satu Mare and UNSDORFER
From: "S.B. Goitein" <sbgoitein@seed.uk.net>
Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 13:22:20 +0100
X-Message-Number: 18

Dear Genners

I am trying to trace my ancestry on my mother's side. Her maiden name
was Unsdorfer and her father (my grandfather) came >from
Pressburg/Bratislava, Czech. Up until recently I had believed that his father,
my great-grandfather Unsdorfer, was born in Gutta, known today as
Kolarovo. However, a recent visit to the Yad Vashem website revealed that he
might actually have been born in Csenger, Szatmar. I visited the NY Library
online where they have a Csenger Yizkor book, but his name was not there. It
could be that they moved >from Csenger to Gutta after he was born. However, I
seem to have come to a dead end.

If anyone has information about Csenger, has Unsdorfer in the
family/friends or has any advice/ information on how I could
best pursue this quest, I would be very grateful for any help.

Please respond privately.

Many thanks in advance.

Michael Goitein
London
sbgoitein@seed.uk.net

MODERATOR NOTE: For best results, we suggest that you post this query
in JewishGen's Austria-Czech SIG (Special Interest Group) mailing list.
For more information, go to <http://www.jewishgen.org/AustriaCzech/>.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen H-SIG Information on Csenger, Szatmar/Satu Mare #general

Vivian Kahn
 

I respectfully disagree with the moderator's advice. Guta, Csenger,
and Pressburg/Bratislava were all in pre-Trianon Hungary, which is
within the scope of the Hungarian SIG, not the Austria/Czech SIG.
Bratislava, known as Pozsony in Hungarian, was in Czechoslovakia after
WWI but is now in the Slovak Republic. Csenger was in Szatmar megye
(county), now Romania, and Guta was in Nograd megye, now in Slovakia as
well. Check the All-Hungary database for records >from these
communities.

Vivian Kahn, Hungarian SIG Coordinator

MODERATOR NOTE: The moderator stands corrected. Bratislava, in
Slovakia, is properly within the geographical area covered by H-SIG.
Its proximity to Vienna makes connections to the Austria-Czech
SIG's area likely, but H-SIG is a more appropriate forum. Information
about H-SIG can be found at <http://www.jewishgen.org/hungary/>.

Subject: Information on Csenger, Szatmar/Satu Mare and UNSDORFER
From: "S.B. Goitein" <sbgoitein@seed.uk.net>
Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 13:22:20 +0100
X-Message-Number: 18

Dear Genners

I am trying to trace my ancestry on my mother's side. Her maiden name
was Unsdorfer and her father (my grandfather) came >from
Pressburg/Bratislava, Czech. Up until recently I had believed that his father,
my great-grandfather Unsdorfer, was born in Gutta, known today as
Kolarovo. However, a recent visit to the Yad Vashem website revealed that he
might actually have been born in Csenger, Szatmar. I visited the NY Library
online where they have a Csenger Yizkor book, but his name was not there. It
could be that they moved >from Csenger to Gutta after he was born. However, I
seem to have come to a dead end.

If anyone has information about Csenger, has Unsdorfer in the
family/friends or has any advice/ information on how I could
best pursue this quest, I would be very grateful for any help.

Please respond privately.

Many thanks in advance.

Michael Goitein
London
sbgoitein@seed.uk.net

MODERATOR NOTE: For best results, we suggest that you post this query
in JewishGen's Austria-Czech SIG (Special Interest Group) mailing list.
For more information, go to <http://www.jewishgen.org/AustriaCzech/>.


Re: The Lack of Common Courtesy and how it affects the Usefulness of this Forum #general

Barb & Howard
 

Dear Friends,

It has been interesting to read the comments of a wide spectrum of
personalities on this site, and learn just how diverse a group we really
are. I have come to know many of you simply by your names and learned
comments. I have learned much >from this forum and hope that I have
contributed equally to others. The use of the computer lends itself to being
a very one dimensional observational platform. If I have ever slighted any
one of you by not acknowledging, responding, or saying "thanks" for your
help, then let me say publicly, here and now; "Thank You"; and I do
apologize.

Hopefully, we all have lives outside of the genealogy world. Life simply
intrudes, on a daily basis, when we are trying to do the things we think we
should be doing for, or saying to, our fellow genealogists, and the people
around us. Other matters take immediate precedence. I take the attitude that
I can't fathom what is going on in other folk's lives, and it is just not
right for me to be judgmental. I have not always gotten back to the kind
individuals who have taken their precious time to assist me in my quest.
However, I do try to respond, and of necessity, must assume that others also
do their best as time allows. I don't know if the individual on the other
end of this key board is ill, or is experiencing tragedy in their lives, or
their kids need their immediate attention, or for what ever reason.

If I get a "thank you", then it fine. If I do not get a response or a "thank
you", that has to be fine also. Most of the folks on this site are here just
seeking and giving help to one another. If we do not expect a "thank you"
message then we will tend not to be disappointed. Helping one another needs
to be cultivated and encouraged as a wonderful Jewish trait. Helping one
another is its own reward. If any of you out there feels that they must make
amends for the sin of a "Thank You" omission, then consider making a
financial contribution to this wonderful JewishGen Discussion Group now. It
is a splendid way to continuously help and support our common cause.

Now, I hope that my cousin who wrote to me six months ago, and who I have
never met, will be thrilled with me and the response I finally forwarded
just this morning.

Bless you all,

Howard Steinmetz

MODERATOR NOTE: We will close this thread at midnight tonight Houston
time (0500 GMT). Any posts submitted after that time will be considered
for posting only if they contribute significant new insights or information.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: The Lack of Common Courtesy and how it affects the Usefulness of this Forum #general

Barb & Howard
 

Dear Friends,

It has been interesting to read the comments of a wide spectrum of
personalities on this site, and learn just how diverse a group we really
are. I have come to know many of you simply by your names and learned
comments. I have learned much >from this forum and hope that I have
contributed equally to others. The use of the computer lends itself to being
a very one dimensional observational platform. If I have ever slighted any
one of you by not acknowledging, responding, or saying "thanks" for your
help, then let me say publicly, here and now; "Thank You"; and I do
apologize.

Hopefully, we all have lives outside of the genealogy world. Life simply
intrudes, on a daily basis, when we are trying to do the things we think we
should be doing for, or saying to, our fellow genealogists, and the people
around us. Other matters take immediate precedence. I take the attitude that
I can't fathom what is going on in other folk's lives, and it is just not
right for me to be judgmental. I have not always gotten back to the kind
individuals who have taken their precious time to assist me in my quest.
However, I do try to respond, and of necessity, must assume that others also
do their best as time allows. I don't know if the individual on the other
end of this key board is ill, or is experiencing tragedy in their lives, or
their kids need their immediate attention, or for what ever reason.

If I get a "thank you", then it fine. If I do not get a response or a "thank
you", that has to be fine also. Most of the folks on this site are here just
seeking and giving help to one another. If we do not expect a "thank you"
message then we will tend not to be disappointed. Helping one another needs
to be cultivated and encouraged as a wonderful Jewish trait. Helping one
another is its own reward. If any of you out there feels that they must make
amends for the sin of a "Thank You" omission, then consider making a
financial contribution to this wonderful JewishGen Discussion Group now. It
is a splendid way to continuously help and support our common cause.

Now, I hope that my cousin who wrote to me six months ago, and who I have
never met, will be thrilled with me and the response I finally forwarded
just this morning.

Bless you all,

Howard Steinmetz

MODERATOR NOTE: We will close this thread at midnight tonight Houston
time (0500 GMT). Any posts submitted after that time will be considered
for posting only if they contribute significant new insights or information.


Berliners, Schonfelds, also Pekelners and Davids! #general

Hallie Feldman
 

hello all,

I was able to put Touvia Goldstein's tree in my genealogy web album:

Go to
www.twincreeks.net/gallery

under Hallie's albums there is the genealogy album.

The first three pages are pictures. There are some unidentified
pictures I think they are Pekelners for Mark Baron. There are also some
on the David side for my Uncle Sidney who belongs to the Boston JG
group. Pages 4 and 5 are a tree Teddy Goldstein made in 1991 that has a
little more information than what is on his website.

I hope this pulls up for everyone!

Enjoy,
Hallie

MODERATOR NOTE: If you have not already done so, we strongly
encourage you to enter this family tree in the Family Tree of the Jewish
People (FTJP). This will greatly increase the chances of your making
connections to other relatives you currently don't know about. For
further information, go to <http://www.jewishgen.org/gedcom/>.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Berliners, Schonfelds, also Pekelners and Davids! #general

Hallie Feldman
 

hello all,

I was able to put Touvia Goldstein's tree in my genealogy web album:

Go to
www.twincreeks.net/gallery

under Hallie's albums there is the genealogy album.

The first three pages are pictures. There are some unidentified
pictures I think they are Pekelners for Mark Baron. There are also some
on the David side for my Uncle Sidney who belongs to the Boston JG
group. Pages 4 and 5 are a tree Teddy Goldstein made in 1991 that has a
little more information than what is on his website.

I hope this pulls up for everyone!

Enjoy,
Hallie

MODERATOR NOTE: If you have not already done so, we strongly
encourage you to enter this family tree in the Family Tree of the Jewish
People (FTJP). This will greatly increase the chances of your making
connections to other relatives you currently don't know about. For
further information, go to <http://www.jewishgen.org/gedcom/>.


Re: Romanian citizenship #romania

Susanna Vendel <svendel@...>
 

This is an answer to Dan Markus Kraft's question about the Romanian
citizenship.

I think the best way to find out about how to get the Romanian citizenship
is to contact the Consular Department of the Romanian Embassy in Brasil.
Here is the address I found on the web.

BRAZILIA (Brasilia)
Embaixada da Romania
SEN Avenida das Naoes, Sector Norte Lote 6
romenia@solar.com.br
Tel. 0055-61-2266909; 0055-61-2260746

You can also check the following web address:
http://www.romanianembassy.dk/consular.html

Does Brasil accept double citizenship? Romania does, as I heard.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Romanian citizenship #romania

Susanna Vendel <svendel@...>
 

This is an answer to Dan Markus Kraft's question about the Romanian
citizenship.

I think the best way to find out about how to get the Romanian citizenship
is to contact the Consular Department of the Romanian Embassy in Brasil.
Here is the address I found on the web.

BRAZILIA (Brasilia)
Embaixada da Romania
SEN Avenida das Naoes, Sector Norte Lote 6
romenia@solar.com.br
Tel. 0055-61-2266909; 0055-61-2260746

You can also check the following web address:
http://www.romanianembassy.dk/consular.html

Does Brasil accept double citizenship? Romania does, as I heard.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm


Fw: The Trager Family #ukraine

M Trager
 

Subject: The Trager Family

Dear friends,

I am searching for information regarding my paternal family >from
Odessa/Ukraine.

The information I have is as follow:

My great grandfather Cholem (Charley) Trager and wife (probably Sara) and
siblings (2 sons and 2 daughters)
left Odessa and arrived around 1910 in Brisbane/Australia

one of the sons, Mischa (Moishe) Trager left for Indonesia and died in 1975
in Tel Aviv. the name of the other son was most probably Samuel Trager. It
is possible that one ot the daughters married to a Mr Navaro


His son, Joe (Jos) Trager, my father, lives in Holland.
We are searching for the other relatives, most probably in Australia.

I would be very very grateful if there is anybody among the members who can
help me out. I would also like to know if anybody knows how I can check the
records in Odessa.

Thank you all and I wish everybody luck with finding your relatives.

Marianne Trager


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Fw: The Trager Family #ukraine

M Trager
 

Subject: The Trager Family

Dear friends,

I am searching for information regarding my paternal family >from
Odessa/Ukraine.

The information I have is as follow:

My great grandfather Cholem (Charley) Trager and wife (probably Sara) and
siblings (2 sons and 2 daughters)
left Odessa and arrived around 1910 in Brisbane/Australia

one of the sons, Mischa (Moishe) Trager left for Indonesia and died in 1975
in Tel Aviv. the name of the other son was most probably Samuel Trager. It
is possible that one ot the daughters married to a Mr Navaro


His son, Joe (Jos) Trager, my father, lives in Holland.
We are searching for the other relatives, most probably in Australia.

I would be very very grateful if there is anybody among the members who can
help me out. I would also like to know if anybody knows how I can check the
records in Odessa.

Thank you all and I wish everybody luck with finding your relatives.

Marianne Trager


trying to make connections #ukraine

Dottie Miller
 

Recently, there was a posting regarding BOGOSLAVSKY >from Chernigov,
Ukraine. The family included Nokhim Salomon ZURNOVSKY BOGOSLAVSKY,
between 1894 and 1896. He had nine sisters and brothers, Liova, David,
Boris, Misha, Dvoira, Jifim, ?.

In my family, I have Rueven BOGASLAVSKY, born in 1824, father of
Abraham, Nechama (born 1859), and Dora (born 1864)BOGASLAVSKY in Russia.
Nechama married a man documented to have been been born in, grew up in
and emigrated >from Khmelyuv, Romen County, Poltava Gubernia, Ukraine,
Russia, sometimes spelled " Chmelov." All three BOGASLAVSKY siblings
immigrated to Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, around 1900. All documentation
that I have been able to find so far only indicates that they were >from
"Russia." The family oral history was that the BOGASLAVSKYs came >from
what is now Ukraine.

Here's my question, is there any relationship between the names "Nokhim"
and "Nechama"? I know "Dvoira" and "Dora" are related names but so
common that I can't seriously consider these names as a link between my
BOGASLAVKSY ancestor and those of the recent poster. Other first names
in my BOGASLAVSKY were Louis (used for a few different cousins), Jean,
Leo, Dorothy and Dora, Fannie, Rueben, Beatrice (used twice), Leona, and
Irving.

I welcome any comments about names and about finding the place of birth
of my BOGASLAVSKY family.

Thanks in advance,

Dottie Miller
San Antonio, TX USA

JACOBSON >from Vilna; SEREINSKY >from Russia and Indianapolis,IN;
BOGASLAVSKY >from Russia and Indianapolis,IN; UNNER >from Baden,Germany
and Portland,OR; GUGGENHEIMER >from Ihringen and Breisach,Germany and New
Orleans, LA; DREYFUS >from Brumath and Duppigheim,France; MEYER >from
Goersdorf,France; WEIL >from Bretten, Eichstetten in Germany and
Washington, LA and Luling, TX


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine trying to make connections #ukraine

Dottie Miller
 

Recently, there was a posting regarding BOGOSLAVSKY >from Chernigov,
Ukraine. The family included Nokhim Salomon ZURNOVSKY BOGOSLAVSKY,
between 1894 and 1896. He had nine sisters and brothers, Liova, David,
Boris, Misha, Dvoira, Jifim, ?.

In my family, I have Rueven BOGASLAVSKY, born in 1824, father of
Abraham, Nechama (born 1859), and Dora (born 1864)BOGASLAVSKY in Russia.
Nechama married a man documented to have been been born in, grew up in
and emigrated >from Khmelyuv, Romen County, Poltava Gubernia, Ukraine,
Russia, sometimes spelled " Chmelov." All three BOGASLAVSKY siblings
immigrated to Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, around 1900. All documentation
that I have been able to find so far only indicates that they were >from
"Russia." The family oral history was that the BOGASLAVSKYs came >from
what is now Ukraine.

Here's my question, is there any relationship between the names "Nokhim"
and "Nechama"? I know "Dvoira" and "Dora" are related names but so
common that I can't seriously consider these names as a link between my
BOGASLAVKSY ancestor and those of the recent poster. Other first names
in my BOGASLAVSKY were Louis (used for a few different cousins), Jean,
Leo, Dorothy and Dora, Fannie, Rueben, Beatrice (used twice), Leona, and
Irving.

I welcome any comments about names and about finding the place of birth
of my BOGASLAVSKY family.

Thanks in advance,

Dottie Miller
San Antonio, TX USA

JACOBSON >from Vilna; SEREINSKY >from Russia and Indianapolis,IN;
BOGASLAVSKY >from Russia and Indianapolis,IN; UNNER >from Baden,Germany
and Portland,OR; GUGGENHEIMER >from Ihringen and Breisach,Germany and New
Orleans, LA; DREYFUS >from Brumath and Duppigheim,France; MEYER >from
Goersdorf,France; WEIL >from Bretten, Eichstetten in Germany and
Washington, LA and Luling, TX


Sokal, Ukraine. #ukraine

Gabriela Khoury <gabriela_k25@...>
 

Dear All,

Would anyone be able to tell me if there is a special interest group or a
specific website on the town Sokal in the Ukraine.

If you have any information on this town could you please email me on
gabriela_k25@hotmail.com

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Thank you,

Gabriela Khoury.


Researching-
Wielkie Oczy: WOLFUSS, WOLFUS.
Sokal: WOLFUSS, WOLFUS.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Sokal, Ukraine. #ukraine

Gabriela Khoury <gabriela_k25@...>
 

Dear All,

Would anyone be able to tell me if there is a special interest group or a
specific website on the town Sokal in the Ukraine.

If you have any information on this town could you please email me on
gabriela_k25@hotmail.com

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

Thank you,

Gabriela Khoury.


Researching-
Wielkie Oczy: WOLFUSS, WOLFUS.
Sokal: WOLFUSS, WOLFUS.


Translation of Great Grandfather's Birth Record (ViewMate 6117 and 6118) #romania

Paul A. Auerbach
 

Genners,

I recently received >from the Family History Library in Utah, and posted on
ViewMate, a copy of a two-page document that I believe contains the birth
record of my great grandfather, Mordke Averbukh, who was born in Kishinev,
Romania, in 1884.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6117

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6118

It looks like my great grandfather's information appears on the bottom of
the page (Male #555). This is my second post -- my first post turned out to
be an incorrect record. I would therefore appreciate it if someone could
confirm that I've posted the correct record this time. Here's the
information I found in JewishGen's "All Romania" database:

Name: AVERBUKH, Mordka Shoil
Father: Isaak/Itshak
Mother: Malka
Date of Birth: 16/9/1884
Hebrew Date: 9 Tishri
Town: Kishinev
Uyezd: Kishinev
Gubernia: Bessarabia
Comments: Mohel Moyshe BRUMNER
Place Registered: Kishinev
Year: 1884
Record: M555

Also, if any of the above information is incorrect, or if there is any
additional information in the record beyond what's summarized above, I would
be most grateful if someone could let me know.

Please reply directly to me at PAuerbach@yahoo.com.

Thanks very much for your help.

Paul Auerbach
Boston, Massachusetts

Researching:

ARONSON (Podolia (Gubernia), Ukraine), AUERBACH / AVERBUKH (Chisinau,
Moldova)
BENJAMIN (Ostroleka, Poland), CHAKUM (Maisiagala / Vilnius, Lithuania)
KAPLAN (Minsk, Belarus), LEVINE (Vilnius, Lithuania)
MINKIN (Vitebsk (Gubernia) / Pinsk, Belarus), NEEDLE / NUDELL (Odessa,
Ukraine)
PELICAN / PELIKAN (London, England / Krakow, Poland), ROSENLICHT (Krakow,
Poland)
TAFFET / (Krakow, Poland)


Romania SIG #Romania Translation of Great Grandfather's Birth Record (ViewMate 6117 and 6118) #romania

Paul A. Auerbach
 

Genners,

I recently received >from the Family History Library in Utah, and posted on
ViewMate, a copy of a two-page document that I believe contains the birth
record of my great grandfather, Mordke Averbukh, who was born in Kishinev,
Romania, in 1884.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6117

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6118

It looks like my great grandfather's information appears on the bottom of
the page (Male #555). This is my second post -- my first post turned out to
be an incorrect record. I would therefore appreciate it if someone could
confirm that I've posted the correct record this time. Here's the
information I found in JewishGen's "All Romania" database:

Name: AVERBUKH, Mordka Shoil
Father: Isaak/Itshak
Mother: Malka
Date of Birth: 16/9/1884
Hebrew Date: 9 Tishri
Town: Kishinev
Uyezd: Kishinev
Gubernia: Bessarabia
Comments: Mohel Moyshe BRUMNER
Place Registered: Kishinev
Year: 1884
Record: M555

Also, if any of the above information is incorrect, or if there is any
additional information in the record beyond what's summarized above, I would
be most grateful if someone could let me know.

Please reply directly to me at PAuerbach@yahoo.com.

Thanks very much for your help.

Paul Auerbach
Boston, Massachusetts

Researching:

ARONSON (Podolia (Gubernia), Ukraine), AUERBACH / AVERBUKH (Chisinau,
Moldova)
BENJAMIN (Ostroleka, Poland), CHAKUM (Maisiagala / Vilnius, Lithuania)
KAPLAN (Minsk, Belarus), LEVINE (Vilnius, Lithuania)
MINKIN (Vitebsk (Gubernia) / Pinsk, Belarus), NEEDLE / NUDELL (Odessa,
Ukraine)
PELICAN / PELIKAN (London, England / Krakow, Poland), ROSENLICHT (Krakow,
Poland)
TAFFET / (Krakow, Poland)


Polish Translations: ViewMate VM6124 and VM6125 #general

Stan <stan@...>
 

I would appreciate it if anyone could translate the following two excepts
from my grandfather's birth record:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6124

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6125

Please reply privately to me mailto:stan@tidbits.com

Thanks in advance for your help.

Stan Deutsch
Oakland, CA


public records online #general

sivin@aol.com <sivin@...>
 

I am considering buying a subscription to one of the many "detective"
agencies online. Would appreciate hearing >from people who have used
them and whether they are helpful in genealogy. Approximtely how far
back do they typically go?

Respond privately please.

Thank you.

H. Baldwin