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Re: Unique Surnames #general

HPOLLINS@...
 

A Jewish soldier who was killed in WWI in the British army was called in the
official records SCKKOOL. He was born in Russia. In the British Jewry Book
of Honour, a record of Jews who served in that war, he is listed as SCHOOL,
presumably that being how his name was pronounced.

Harold Pollins
Oxford, England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Unique Surnames #general

HPOLLINS@...
 

A Jewish soldier who was killed in WWI in the British army was called in the
official records SCKKOOL. He was born in Russia. In the British Jewry Book
of Honour, a record of Jews who served in that war, he is listed as SCHOOL,
presumably that being how his name was pronounced.

Harold Pollins
Oxford, England


Unique one family surname: HIMMELHOCH #general

Martha LEV-ZION <martha@...>
 

I am very fortunate in having the name HIM[M]ELHOCH as a one family
name. The family originated in Courland, now Latvia. Alexander Beider
wrote in his Dictionary of Jewish Family Names in the Russian Empire
that HIMMELHOCH was a "common name in Courland". How true!! The
family took to heart the command to "be fruitful and multiply" and
liberally populated Courland with HIMMELHOCHs! But all can be traced
back to the same source. It seems that all modern offspring were
told that if they ever find a HIM[M]ELHOCH in the phone book when
they are in a strange town, they should feel free to call because we
are all cousins. At least this is one family story that panned out
with research!

Channukah sameach!!

Martha Lev-Zion
IGS-Negev


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Unique one family surname: HIMMELHOCH #general

Martha LEV-ZION <martha@...>
 

I am very fortunate in having the name HIM[M]ELHOCH as a one family
name. The family originated in Courland, now Latvia. Alexander Beider
wrote in his Dictionary of Jewish Family Names in the Russian Empire
that HIMMELHOCH was a "common name in Courland". How true!! The
family took to heart the command to "be fruitful and multiply" and
liberally populated Courland with HIMMELHOCHs! But all can be traced
back to the same source. It seems that all modern offspring were
told that if they ever find a HIM[M]ELHOCH in the phone book when
they are in a strange town, they should feel free to call because we
are all cousins. At least this is one family story that panned out
with research!

Channukah sameach!!

Martha Lev-Zion
IGS-Negev


Re: Unique Surnames #general

Benzy Shani <bzs@...>
 

SHELNITZ.
The earliest known record of this name is in Krasnoye at the turn of the
(20th) century -- my GGF Chayim Leib Shelnitz and his siblings.
All current Shelnitzes (that are known to us) are descendants of either
Chayim Leib or his brother Aizik. And there really aren't many; my father
(who emigrated to Israel in 1969) has a few cousins in the US, and that's it.
My brothers and I haven't done much for perpetuating the name as we have
changed our name to the more Hebrew-sounding Shani.

Benzy Shani
Ofra, Israel

I greatly support the initiative of Roger Lustig >from the GER-SIG
to record the unique surnames we have discovered and
their geographical origin "as far as we know". I would
rather post them on one of the lists so they will
enter to eternity in the Jewishgen or the SIG archives.
My first batch >from my own experience and resesarch:
KOENIGSBUCH- my maternal family. All >from BRZESKO,Galicia.
LANDESDORFER-all >from KRAKOW.Some married to my
maternal family. LAMENSDORF-all >from BOCHNIA,KRAKOW,TARNOW.
Happy Hanukkah.
Jacob Rosen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Unique Surnames #general

Benzy Shani <bzs@...>
 

SHELNITZ.
The earliest known record of this name is in Krasnoye at the turn of the
(20th) century -- my GGF Chayim Leib Shelnitz and his siblings.
All current Shelnitzes (that are known to us) are descendants of either
Chayim Leib or his brother Aizik. And there really aren't many; my father
(who emigrated to Israel in 1969) has a few cousins in the US, and that's it.
My brothers and I haven't done much for perpetuating the name as we have
changed our name to the more Hebrew-sounding Shani.

Benzy Shani
Ofra, Israel

I greatly support the initiative of Roger Lustig >from the GER-SIG
to record the unique surnames we have discovered and
their geographical origin "as far as we know". I would
rather post them on one of the lists so they will
enter to eternity in the Jewishgen or the SIG archives.
My first batch >from my own experience and resesarch:
KOENIGSBUCH- my maternal family. All >from BRZESKO,Galicia.
LANDESDORFER-all >from KRAKOW.Some married to my
maternal family. LAMENSDORF-all >from BOCHNIA,KRAKOW,TARNOW.
Happy Hanukkah.
Jacob Rosen


Re: Are there any records of people escaping from Poland to Russia? #general

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

Regarding the search for Jews escaping >from Poland to Russia, the CRARG
research project includes more than 2500 such persons (>from "List of Polish
Jewish Refugees Now in USSR, 1945").

Click on "Holocaust" to search these and 1/4 million other Holocaust-era
records:

http://www.crarg.org

Dan Kazez
Springfield, Ohio
TALMAN and ENGLANDER
Czestochowa-Radomsko area of Poland

Some people escaped to Russia, and some escaped to Russia as prisoners of war.
If you check the Karta website, which has been mentioned, you can search
among the lists that have been published.
http://www.indeks.karta.org.pl/
My in-laws escaped the Warsaw Ghetto only to be captured in Bialistok and
sent to Siberia. They were released at the time of the formation of Anders'
Army.
Good luck
Rose Feldman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Are there any records of people escaping from Poland to Russia? #general

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

Regarding the search for Jews escaping >from Poland to Russia, the CRARG
research project includes more than 2500 such persons (>from "List of Polish
Jewish Refugees Now in USSR, 1945").

Click on "Holocaust" to search these and 1/4 million other Holocaust-era
records:

http://www.crarg.org

Dan Kazez
Springfield, Ohio
TALMAN and ENGLANDER
Czestochowa-Radomsko area of Poland

Some people escaped to Russia, and some escaped to Russia as prisoners of war.
If you check the Karta website, which has been mentioned, you can search
among the lists that have been published.
http://www.indeks.karta.org.pl/
My in-laws escaped the Warsaw Ghetto only to be captured in Bialistok and
sent to Siberia. They were released at the time of the formation of Anders'
Army.
Good luck
Rose Feldman


Revised Skala web site #general

Tony Hausner
 

First, we are very pleased to announce that there have been extensive
additions to the Skala Podolskaya web site. the site is at

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/SkalaPodol/

to see all the additions, go to the what's new link near the top of the
page. this will take you to many other pages. or scroll down to see all
the links on the main skala page.

We are deeply indebted to Max Heffler and Helene Kenvin for all their work.
Jewishgen recently gave us permission to directly access the web site and
make changes, additions, etc. We are very grateful to Susana Leistner
Bloch, the suchostaw regional coordinator, and Ed Rosenbaum for all their
wonderful work over the past few years in managing the web site. We are also
very grateful to Shelley Pollero for her guidance on the transistion. We
will still be linked to the suchostaw site, but just have direct access to
making changes. With all the new material, we felt it made more sense to
make the additions directly. Max has done a brilliant job of creating the
web pages, and Helene has inspired a lot of the contributions, the ideas for
the additions, and for the general design of the pages. we have received
many compliments for her photos of the weisenthal family, which will be
published in the next issue of the Galitizianer. see

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/SkalaPodol/Wiesenthal_relatives_perish.html

you can also reach this on the main page by going to

"Relatives >from Skala who perished in the Holocaust."

We have many more additions that we will be making over the next few weeks.
And we hope that we have just started a trend with our group of skala
researchers.

We continue to be very grateful to Max Mermelstein, president, Skala
Benevolent Society, for the incredible number of contributions that he has
made for many years to preserving the memory of Skala and of the victims of
the holocaust.

On another note, many of you may know this, but I just recently learned that
the yad vashem central data base of shoah victims is online

http://names.yadvashem.org/wps/portal/IY_HON_Entrance

for skala, there are 1000 victims listed. I learned several things about my
family >from the listings in this data base. This database has allowed
families who didn't know of each other's existence to make connections.

Tony Hausner and Denise Azbil
Co-shetl leaders

Tony Hausner
Silver Spring, MD
Researching:
Hausner: Skala, Galicia, Austria, Bohemia Wechsler, Zimmerman: Galicia
Bloch, Epstein: Czech
--
Denise Azbil
Las Vegas, NV
Researching:
Goldsach Katz Schachter Weidenfeld Zwirnbaum


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Revised Skala web site #general

Tony Hausner
 

First, we are very pleased to announce that there have been extensive
additions to the Skala Podolskaya web site. the site is at

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/SkalaPodol/

to see all the additions, go to the what's new link near the top of the
page. this will take you to many other pages. or scroll down to see all
the links on the main skala page.

We are deeply indebted to Max Heffler and Helene Kenvin for all their work.
Jewishgen recently gave us permission to directly access the web site and
make changes, additions, etc. We are very grateful to Susana Leistner
Bloch, the suchostaw regional coordinator, and Ed Rosenbaum for all their
wonderful work over the past few years in managing the web site. We are also
very grateful to Shelley Pollero for her guidance on the transistion. We
will still be linked to the suchostaw site, but just have direct access to
making changes. With all the new material, we felt it made more sense to
make the additions directly. Max has done a brilliant job of creating the
web pages, and Helene has inspired a lot of the contributions, the ideas for
the additions, and for the general design of the pages. we have received
many compliments for her photos of the weisenthal family, which will be
published in the next issue of the Galitizianer. see

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/SkalaPodol/Wiesenthal_relatives_perish.html

you can also reach this on the main page by going to

"Relatives >from Skala who perished in the Holocaust."

We have many more additions that we will be making over the next few weeks.
And we hope that we have just started a trend with our group of skala
researchers.

We continue to be very grateful to Max Mermelstein, president, Skala
Benevolent Society, for the incredible number of contributions that he has
made for many years to preserving the memory of Skala and of the victims of
the holocaust.

On another note, many of you may know this, but I just recently learned that
the yad vashem central data base of shoah victims is online

http://names.yadvashem.org/wps/portal/IY_HON_Entrance

for skala, there are 1000 victims listed. I learned several things about my
family >from the listings in this data base. This database has allowed
families who didn't know of each other's existence to make connections.

Tony Hausner and Denise Azbil
Co-shetl leaders

Tony Hausner
Silver Spring, MD
Researching:
Hausner: Skala, Galicia, Austria, Bohemia Wechsler, Zimmerman: Galicia
Bloch, Epstein: Czech
--
Denise Azbil
Las Vegas, NV
Researching:
Goldsach Katz Schachter Weidenfeld Zwirnbaum


Help for researching into romanian archivs #general

Rob.Dup.@...
 

Dear Genners,

At first I send to you all my best wishes for a Happy Chanukka festival and
a peacefull and good New Year 2006 !

I have a question: I tried to got informations about
my late paternal family (GRINBERG and HERSCOBVICI >from RAMNICU SARAT,Region
of Buzau) >from the State Archiv in Buckarest and in Buzau. I had send three
letter's a long time ago, but I don't get any answer.
I'm looking for the death document of my late greatgrandfather Pincu
GRINBERG. He worked in Ramnicu Sarat as a chamber painter and chasan and in
1910 he died by an accident by work in Ramnicu Sarat. Pincu GRINBERG (b.
1870, d. 1910) was married ca. 1894/95 with Tiva Pincu HERSCOVICI (b. 1877,
d. 1935/1941/42 in Ramnicu Sarat). Both had two childrens: Emilian/Emil
alias Smuil Pincu GRINBERG (b. 1895/98, d. 1916/17 in the region of Ramnicu
Sarat) who was a romanian soldier during WW I and was shot down >from a tree
by an german or austrian-hungarian sniper during the bloody battles in the region
of Ramnicu Sarat. >from him I also search his death document. Emilians
sister, was my late grandmother Frima(Fanny) PINCU GRINBERG (b. 1899 in
Ramnicu Sarat, d. 1986 in Lahr/Germany). She was married 1921 in Biesenthal,
Mark Brandenburg/Germany with the smith Ewald Ferdinand Dupuis, who was as a
prussian dragon soldier 1917/18 with his prussian dragon regiment in Ramnicu
Sarat.

HOw can I got all the birth, marriage and death documents of my late
ancestors ????

Best regards
--
Robert Dupuis
Berlin/Germany


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help for researching into romanian archivs #general

Rob.Dup.@...
 

Dear Genners,

At first I send to you all my best wishes for a Happy Chanukka festival and
a peacefull and good New Year 2006 !

I have a question: I tried to got informations about
my late paternal family (GRINBERG and HERSCOBVICI >from RAMNICU SARAT,Region
of Buzau) >from the State Archiv in Buckarest and in Buzau. I had send three
letter's a long time ago, but I don't get any answer.
I'm looking for the death document of my late greatgrandfather Pincu
GRINBERG. He worked in Ramnicu Sarat as a chamber painter and chasan and in
1910 he died by an accident by work in Ramnicu Sarat. Pincu GRINBERG (b.
1870, d. 1910) was married ca. 1894/95 with Tiva Pincu HERSCOVICI (b. 1877,
d. 1935/1941/42 in Ramnicu Sarat). Both had two childrens: Emilian/Emil
alias Smuil Pincu GRINBERG (b. 1895/98, d. 1916/17 in the region of Ramnicu
Sarat) who was a romanian soldier during WW I and was shot down >from a tree
by an german or austrian-hungarian sniper during the bloody battles in the region
of Ramnicu Sarat. >from him I also search his death document. Emilians
sister, was my late grandmother Frima(Fanny) PINCU GRINBERG (b. 1899 in
Ramnicu Sarat, d. 1986 in Lahr/Germany). She was married 1921 in Biesenthal,
Mark Brandenburg/Germany with the smith Ewald Ferdinand Dupuis, who was as a
prussian dragon soldier 1917/18 with his prussian dragon regiment in Ramnicu
Sarat.

HOw can I got all the birth, marriage and death documents of my late
ancestors ????

Best regards
--
Robert Dupuis
Berlin/Germany


Jack ZIMMERMAN Chicago - Los Angeles #general

George J. Fogelson
 

Seeking information for a friend about Jack ZIMMERMAN. Jack was born in 1908
in the Maxwell street area in Chicgao. He married Edna CARMAN in 1929. He
worked at the 71st street produce market when he lived in Chicago. This would
have been till around 1943-45. Doris, his first daughter was born in 1930,
Myrna, the second daughter was born in 1935. Leonard, the son was born in 1945.
He lived in Los Angeles >from about 1943 till his death in 1986. His death
certificate says he worked for a Century Sales in wholesale produce.

Any information please contact George Fogelson, Redondo Beach, CA

Thanks,

George Fogelson
fogelson@alum.calberkeley.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jack ZIMMERMAN Chicago - Los Angeles #general

George J. Fogelson
 

Seeking information for a friend about Jack ZIMMERMAN. Jack was born in 1908
in the Maxwell street area in Chicgao. He married Edna CARMAN in 1929. He
worked at the 71st street produce market when he lived in Chicago. This would
have been till around 1943-45. Doris, his first daughter was born in 1930,
Myrna, the second daughter was born in 1935. Leonard, the son was born in 1945.
He lived in Los Angeles >from about 1943 till his death in 1986. His death
certificate says he worked for a Century Sales in wholesale produce.

Any information please contact George Fogelson, Redondo Beach, CA

Thanks,

George Fogelson
fogelson@alum.calberkeley.org


SKLAR SCHUCHMAN from Ukraine #general

LEARSI@...
 

Hi:
I am beginning my adventure and looking for any info in re: the SKLAR Family
of Bobrik (sp) and/or the SCHUCHMAN Family of Chabner, both in the Ukraine.
Sandee Holleb
Wheeling, Il
USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SKLAR SCHUCHMAN from Ukraine #general

LEARSI@...
 

Hi:
I am beginning my adventure and looking for any info in re: the SKLAR Family
of Bobrik (sp) and/or the SCHUCHMAN Family of Chabner, both in the Ukraine.
Sandee Holleb
Wheeling, Il
USA


Remember Jewish Mlawa! #general

Ada Holtzman
 

The Committee of the Jewish Residents of Mlawa in Israel
invite you to participate in the annual Remembrance Assembly,
for the memory of the Mlawa Holocaust martyrs,
marking 63 years to the liquidation of Ghetto Mlawa,
which will take place Sunday Tevet 1, 5766, 01/01/2006, at 18:00
in Beit Hachayal, 60 Weizman St. , Tel Aviv, Israel.
In the program:
* Kindling of Chanuka candles.
* Lightening 6 "Yad Vashem" candles to the memory of the 6 million Holocaust
victims.
* Traditional prayers will be recited by the famous cantor, Mr. Gabriel
Berkovich.

A special appeal is made to second and third generation descendants of Mlawa
Jews to attend the Remembrance Assembly.
After the memorial ceremony, the annual general meeting of Mlawa
Organization in Israel will be held.

More about Mlawa at my web site: http://www.zchor.org/INDMLAWA.HTM

shalom

Ada Holtzman
www.zcho.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Remember Jewish Mlawa! #general

Ada Holtzman
 

The Committee of the Jewish Residents of Mlawa in Israel
invite you to participate in the annual Remembrance Assembly,
for the memory of the Mlawa Holocaust martyrs,
marking 63 years to the liquidation of Ghetto Mlawa,
which will take place Sunday Tevet 1, 5766, 01/01/2006, at 18:00
in Beit Hachayal, 60 Weizman St. , Tel Aviv, Israel.
In the program:
* Kindling of Chanuka candles.
* Lightening 6 "Yad Vashem" candles to the memory of the 6 million Holocaust
victims.
* Traditional prayers will be recited by the famous cantor, Mr. Gabriel
Berkovich.

A special appeal is made to second and third generation descendants of Mlawa
Jews to attend the Remembrance Assembly.
After the memorial ceremony, the annual general meeting of Mlawa
Organization in Israel will be held.

More about Mlawa at my web site: http://www.zchor.org/INDMLAWA.HTM

shalom

Ada Holtzman
www.zcho.org


Re: Belchatow Films at the LDS #lodz #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

The Cyrillic indices in the LDS Belchatow's microfilms were indexed by
volunteers prior to the creation of Shtetl CO-OPs. Some other towns have
produced or are now creating finding aids for films containing records for
their towns. Indexing of Belchatow films was completed before this began.
However there is a webpage on JRI-Poland that is helpful to review before
researching family in the Belchatow films. See:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/town/belchatow_txt.htm Indexing is complete
for the Belchatow films listed here in this early "inventory." Many CO-OP
groups later also indexed more of the data by reviewing the actual records
themselves, adding to what exists in ledgers' indices created by the Polish
scribes. Belchatow has slowly been doing this for some of the films.

However, it would be very helpful for researchers to have a finding aid for
each of the Belchatow films. As many of you know, I am registration chair
of the International IAJGS Jewish Genealogy Conference and cannot be
involved with this now. However, having this finding aid for Belchatow
films is a wonderful idea and not very difficult to do. If you are
interested in volunteering to create an inventory for a particular
Bellchatow film or films, please contact me and I will send you a sample of
what was done for another town. Once a finding aid is complete, we can link
it to the results page.

If your interest is Belchatow, please also see updated Belchatow Yizkor Book
translations and the Belchatow ShtetLink web pages listed under my
signature. If you plan to attend the conference, please let me know since
we will be having a Belchatow Birds-of-a-Feather meeting. LARG (Lodz Area
Research Group) members will be notified within the next 2 months about a
LARG meeting to be held at the Conference.

Have a Happy Chanukah!!!
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
Scarsdale, New York
Belchatow ShtetLink http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/belchatow/
Belchatow Shtetl CO-OP, Jewish Records Indexing- Poland,
http://www.jri-Poland.org/belchatow.htm
Belchatow Yizkor Book Project
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Belchatow/Belchatow.html
26th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
http://www.jgsny2006.org/

***************
Hazel Sandow Boon wrote on Dec 22, 2005:

As some of you know I have been going through the films held by the LDS to
extract records for my SADOWSKI family. I was doing well until I reached
film 1189029. On prior films all the records were Jewish. With this film one
must scroll past the parish records to find the grouping of Jewish records.
I was able to identify these as Jewish by the names of the witnesses which I
recognized >from previous records--there are no longer Hebrew signatures.
With the help of the index obtained >from searching JRI-Poland I was able to
find most of the SADOWSKI records. However there was one record listed
(SADOWSKA, Sura Mindlja - 1870 - D - Akt 11) which I was unable to locate
because the Jewish group of records began at 1871. There was another
grouping of records after the Jewish group. Akt 11 in what I thought would
be the death records didn't look right to me but I decided to print it
none-the-less. I've had it translated and can now confirm that this isn't
the correct record.

I'm sending this for 2 reasons...first so that anyone else looking at these
films will know to continue beyond the initial records; secondly I'm hoping
that someone else may have used this film as well as 1713996 & 1713997
(which seem to have similar issues in how they are organized) and can give
me some guidance for finding the correct records.

Thanks as always,
Hazel Sandow Boon
Hamilton, ON, Canada


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Re: Belchatow Films at the LDS #lodz #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

The Cyrillic indices in the LDS Belchatow's microfilms were indexed by
volunteers prior to the creation of Shtetl CO-OPs. Some other towns have
produced or are now creating finding aids for films containing records for
their towns. Indexing of Belchatow films was completed before this began.
However there is a webpage on JRI-Poland that is helpful to review before
researching family in the Belchatow films. See:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/town/belchatow_txt.htm Indexing is complete
for the Belchatow films listed here in this early "inventory." Many CO-OP
groups later also indexed more of the data by reviewing the actual records
themselves, adding to what exists in ledgers' indices created by the Polish
scribes. Belchatow has slowly been doing this for some of the films.

However, it would be very helpful for researchers to have a finding aid for
each of the Belchatow films. As many of you know, I am registration chair
of the International IAJGS Jewish Genealogy Conference and cannot be
involved with this now. However, having this finding aid for Belchatow
films is a wonderful idea and not very difficult to do. If you are
interested in volunteering to create an inventory for a particular
Bellchatow film or films, please contact me and I will send you a sample of
what was done for another town. Once a finding aid is complete, we can link
it to the results page.

If your interest is Belchatow, please also see updated Belchatow Yizkor Book
translations and the Belchatow ShtetLink web pages listed under my
signature. If you plan to attend the conference, please let me know since
we will be having a Belchatow Birds-of-a-Feather meeting. LARG (Lodz Area
Research Group) members will be notified within the next 2 months about a
LARG meeting to be held at the Conference.

Have a Happy Chanukah!!!
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
Scarsdale, New York
Belchatow ShtetLink http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/belchatow/
Belchatow Shtetl CO-OP, Jewish Records Indexing- Poland,
http://www.jri-Poland.org/belchatow.htm
Belchatow Yizkor Book Project
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Belchatow/Belchatow.html
26th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
http://www.jgsny2006.org/

***************
Hazel Sandow Boon wrote on Dec 22, 2005:

As some of you know I have been going through the films held by the LDS to
extract records for my SADOWSKI family. I was doing well until I reached
film 1189029. On prior films all the records were Jewish. With this film one
must scroll past the parish records to find the grouping of Jewish records.
I was able to identify these as Jewish by the names of the witnesses which I
recognized >from previous records--there are no longer Hebrew signatures.
With the help of the index obtained >from searching JRI-Poland I was able to
find most of the SADOWSKI records. However there was one record listed
(SADOWSKA, Sura Mindlja - 1870 - D - Akt 11) which I was unable to locate
because the Jewish group of records began at 1871. There was another
grouping of records after the Jewish group. Akt 11 in what I thought would
be the death records didn't look right to me but I decided to print it
none-the-less. I've had it translated and can now confirm that this isn't
the correct record.

I'm sending this for 2 reasons...first so that anyone else looking at these
films will know to continue beyond the initial records; secondly I'm hoping
that someone else may have used this film as well as 1713996 & 1713997
(which seem to have similar issues in how they are organized) and can give
me some guidance for finding the correct records.

Thanks as always,
Hazel Sandow Boon
Hamilton, ON, Canada