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Bohemian Cemeteries #austria-czech

Michael Berger <mberger@...>
 

Does anyone know if there exists a register of burials in Bohemian
cemeteries?

Michael Berger / PT

Investigating: MANDELIK, BERGER


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Bohemian Cemeteries #austria-czech

Michael Berger <mberger@...>
 

Does anyone know if there exists a register of burials in Bohemian
cemeteries?

Michael Berger / PT

Investigating: MANDELIK, BERGER


YABLONKA (YEVLONKAH) family in Israel #general

Wayne N. Frankel <wnf9@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genealogists,

In the past I have been helped by JewishGen connections in making
contact with long-lost family (thanks again, Joe Fibel! Judy Baston!
Meir Raz!), and I was hoping that someone out there might, by
chance, have the connections to know about another family that I seek
- living in Israel with the surname YABLONKA. The names and
addresses (given below) were originally in an address book in our
family. The addresses could have been written anytime >from the
1950's - 1970's. I had assumed that the individuals listed had long
passed away until I found them (some with the exact same address!) in
the online Bezeq's phone directory. My guess now is that they are in
their late 70's or 80's. The corresponding branch of my family in
the US saved letters & postcards >from whom I assume was the mother,
grandmother, father and aunt, respectively, of these addressees.
These remarkable letters, mostly >from Zambrow and Bialystok and in
Yiddish, were written in late in 1938 and 1939. >from what I can
translate so far, the content are mostly terrestrial, nothing about
the impending doom of the Holocaust, but nevertheless quite touching
in their style and content, and interesting too.

The father, Leybl YABLONKA had been in Israel in the late 1930's,
working at Kfar Sava and living c/o Raichelson, and had taken sick
and was planning to come home - but I gather, never did. When my
cousin found this address book with these names in it, including
Leybl, it seemed that he survived his illness and remained in Israel.
But seeing the additional addresses in the address book made us think
that some of the children must have either come earlier or survived
the Holocaust and came to Israel afterwards. I think there must have
been at least 7 children in this family of Leybl and Yente YABLONKA
of Zambrow (in one of letters she writes "nokh 7 kinder in shtub,"
and already older children were married). My cousins here are
interested in learning more about this YABLONKA family (i.e. Yente &
Leybl), their KAPLAN siblings >from Bialystok (Icko & Esther, Yente's
sister) and what happened to them - including their grandparents
Rochel & Chaim DVORKOVITZ (who were my cousins g-grandparents through
a third sister & brother in law Dvora & Abraham SIEGEL in the US).

About a month ago I wrote an introductory letter to the three
YABLONKAS at the addresses below, in typed English, and an Israeli
colleague addressed the envelopes in Hebrew. Since there were three
addresses, I was a little surprised not to have heard back >from any
of them. Of course, there could be many reasons, not the least of
which that they may not read English - although I figured that at
least someone they knew should be able to help them, and they could
reply in Hebrew or even Yiddish if they wished. But I've heard
nothing. After some Google snooping, I had also emailed someone
named Hana YABLONKA, a historian who writes about Holocaust denial
and other things, thinking possibly that she knew other YABLONKA's
and perhaps the small chance that she was related to mine. Still,
silence.

So, I'm writing in case any of you have, by chance, the right
connections and know these YABLONKA's and perhaps can persuade them
to correspond and tell us something about the family. For our part,
we have letters and photos that we can share with them.

Thanks again for your help, if you have any tips.

Please respond _privately_.

Wayne Frankel
Bar Harbor, ME, USA
wnf9@verizon.net

-----

YABLONKA Addresses in Bezeq Directory:

Jacob and Helen Yablonka
(Yevlonkh Yakb & Hlnh Hlmd, ... Gbatiem)

Chaim & Miriam Yablonka
(Yevlonkh Hiem Ngr & Mrim, ... Bt Yem)

Ben Zion Yablonka
(Yevlonkh Bn Tzion, ... Bni Brk)

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately. Complete addresses may
be had >from Bezeq or >from Wayne.


Brooklyn State Hospital records #general

Barbara Zimmer <bravo.zulu@...>
 

Dear Genners:
Are medical records available for Brooklyn State Hospital for
1946-47? I am searching for records concerning the death of a
relative who died January 1947 after 10 days of hospitalization. (I
already have the death certificate.) What I am looking for is more
information about the illnesses which might have led to her death.
(i.e. her medical history/chart, etc) The diagnoses include mental
illness and we are trying to ascertain the duration of those symptoms.
Her son is willing to authorize a request but we want to know if such
information is available and , if so, where to write.
(For reasons of privacy, I will not disclose her name since there are
living relatives)

Barbara Zimmer
Virginia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen YABLONKA (YEVLONKAH) family in Israel #general

Wayne N. Frankel <wnf9@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genealogists,

In the past I have been helped by JewishGen connections in making
contact with long-lost family (thanks again, Joe Fibel! Judy Baston!
Meir Raz!), and I was hoping that someone out there might, by
chance, have the connections to know about another family that I seek
- living in Israel with the surname YABLONKA. The names and
addresses (given below) were originally in an address book in our
family. The addresses could have been written anytime >from the
1950's - 1970's. I had assumed that the individuals listed had long
passed away until I found them (some with the exact same address!) in
the online Bezeq's phone directory. My guess now is that they are in
their late 70's or 80's. The corresponding branch of my family in
the US saved letters & postcards >from whom I assume was the mother,
grandmother, father and aunt, respectively, of these addressees.
These remarkable letters, mostly >from Zambrow and Bialystok and in
Yiddish, were written in late in 1938 and 1939. >from what I can
translate so far, the content are mostly terrestrial, nothing about
the impending doom of the Holocaust, but nevertheless quite touching
in their style and content, and interesting too.

The father, Leybl YABLONKA had been in Israel in the late 1930's,
working at Kfar Sava and living c/o Raichelson, and had taken sick
and was planning to come home - but I gather, never did. When my
cousin found this address book with these names in it, including
Leybl, it seemed that he survived his illness and remained in Israel.
But seeing the additional addresses in the address book made us think
that some of the children must have either come earlier or survived
the Holocaust and came to Israel afterwards. I think there must have
been at least 7 children in this family of Leybl and Yente YABLONKA
of Zambrow (in one of letters she writes "nokh 7 kinder in shtub,"
and already older children were married). My cousins here are
interested in learning more about this YABLONKA family (i.e. Yente &
Leybl), their KAPLAN siblings >from Bialystok (Icko & Esther, Yente's
sister) and what happened to them - including their grandparents
Rochel & Chaim DVORKOVITZ (who were my cousins g-grandparents through
a third sister & brother in law Dvora & Abraham SIEGEL in the US).

About a month ago I wrote an introductory letter to the three
YABLONKAS at the addresses below, in typed English, and an Israeli
colleague addressed the envelopes in Hebrew. Since there were three
addresses, I was a little surprised not to have heard back >from any
of them. Of course, there could be many reasons, not the least of
which that they may not read English - although I figured that at
least someone they knew should be able to help them, and they could
reply in Hebrew or even Yiddish if they wished. But I've heard
nothing. After some Google snooping, I had also emailed someone
named Hana YABLONKA, a historian who writes about Holocaust denial
and other things, thinking possibly that she knew other YABLONKA's
and perhaps the small chance that she was related to mine. Still,
silence.

So, I'm writing in case any of you have, by chance, the right
connections and know these YABLONKA's and perhaps can persuade them
to correspond and tell us something about the family. For our part,
we have letters and photos that we can share with them.

Thanks again for your help, if you have any tips.

Please respond _privately_.

Wayne Frankel
Bar Harbor, ME, USA
wnf9@verizon.net

-----

YABLONKA Addresses in Bezeq Directory:

Jacob and Helen Yablonka
(Yevlonkh Yakb & Hlnh Hlmd, ... Gbatiem)

Chaim & Miriam Yablonka
(Yevlonkh Hiem Ngr & Mrim, ... Bt Yem)

Ben Zion Yablonka
(Yevlonkh Bn Tzion, ... Bni Brk)

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately. Complete addresses may
be had >from Bezeq or >from Wayne.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Brooklyn State Hospital records #general

Barbara Zimmer <bravo.zulu@...>
 

Dear Genners:
Are medical records available for Brooklyn State Hospital for
1946-47? I am searching for records concerning the death of a
relative who died January 1947 after 10 days of hospitalization. (I
already have the death certificate.) What I am looking for is more
information about the illnesses which might have led to her death.
(i.e. her medical history/chart, etc) The diagnoses include mental
illness and we are trying to ascertain the duration of those symptoms.
Her son is willing to authorize a request but we want to know if such
information is available and , if so, where to write.
(For reasons of privacy, I will not disclose her name since there are
living relatives)

Barbara Zimmer
Virginia


What happened to Edith VOGL ???? #general

David Lewin <davidlewin@...>
 

Would any of you know what happened to Edith VOGL?

Edith's name appears on the passenger list of S.S. President Roosevelt
which sailed >from Le Havre and arrived in New York on Aug 4 1938. She
is described as a Secretary, aged 33, place of birth NYRSKO,
(Czechoslovakia) with the last permanent address in Nyrsko

There is no destination given.

Edith is one of the VOGL or VOGEL siblings I am searching for - they
have a right to reclaim their former home in the Czech Republic

The fuller story is as follows:

We are searching for the legal heirs of Ruzena VOGLOVA nee PORGES
The name outside the Czech Republic may well now be varied to Rosa
VOGL of similar.
[a photograph is posted at http: //remember.org/unite [I have a gap
after HTTP: - please remove the gap] and there under "Can you help us
find .... " ]

Ruzena was born 25 Sept 1875, in Rokitzan. Her father was Albert
Porges, her mother Marie PORGES, nee LAZANSKY

Ruzena was widowed >from her husband Filip , born 10 July 1868,
deceased probably on 29 Oct 1932.

VOGL
One Nazi document has her as Ruzena Sara VOGLOVA but the Sara is
likely to have been imposed under Nazi Law.

According to Czech police records, she left for the USA.

A letter was delivered to the Directorate of Police on 19. II.
(probably February) 1941 under Reg. No. 064215. She received
permission to emigrate on 20. II. 1941.

On 25 Feb 1941 she received confirmation >from Ministry of Social and
Health Administration that there was no objections against her emigration.

She asked for passport, which was issued on 3 March 1939, under Reg.
No. 8217/I. and received it on 14 March 1939

It appears that there had been an earlier application for a passport
in 1933 already, and that one seems to have been issued on 9 June 1933.

Ruzena had three children:

Ernestine, born 13 (or 18 ) Sept 1898 - she was divorced >from Karl
FISCHER, born 6 March 1892 - They had married on 12 November 1922 and
divorced on 7 Oct 1948

Edith (or Edita), born 1 (or 9 ) Dec 1904, in Czechoslovakia
unmarried at the time of emigration who left for the USA on 20 June 1939

Edith's name appears on the passenger list of SS President Roosevelt
from Le Havre on Aug 4 1938. She is described as a Secretary, aged
33, place of birth NYRSKO, with the last permanent address in Nyrsko

Arnold, born 1 November 1900, in Czechoslovakia, unmarried at the
time of emigration - he left for "abroad" (no known destination ) on
28 Dec 1939

As so often happens in these searches, we also have some
contradicting information.

According to the other set of data, Ruzena VOGLOVA left for Argentina.

This information comes >from decree on national administration issued
on 28 December 1953 according to which

"she was in somewhere in Argentina" and therefore "politically not
trustworthy".

According to the 1953 information, her departure >from the Czech
Republic is likely to have been in the period 1948 - 1953

As she is no longer alive, we need to trace her legal heirs living today.

You may well ask - why the 1941 permits, when Edith arrived in NY in
1938. I do not have answers to this.

Do you recognize any of this?

Can you guide us in any way?

If you have no information, do you know of anyone else, anywhere,
where we can ask?

Please e-mail me at davidlewin@btinternet.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen What happened to Edith VOGL ???? #general

David Lewin <davidlewin@...>
 

Would any of you know what happened to Edith VOGL?

Edith's name appears on the passenger list of S.S. President Roosevelt
which sailed >from Le Havre and arrived in New York on Aug 4 1938. She
is described as a Secretary, aged 33, place of birth NYRSKO,
(Czechoslovakia) with the last permanent address in Nyrsko

There is no destination given.

Edith is one of the VOGL or VOGEL siblings I am searching for - they
have a right to reclaim their former home in the Czech Republic

The fuller story is as follows:

We are searching for the legal heirs of Ruzena VOGLOVA nee PORGES
The name outside the Czech Republic may well now be varied to Rosa
VOGL of similar.
[a photograph is posted at http: //remember.org/unite [I have a gap
after HTTP: - please remove the gap] and there under "Can you help us
find .... " ]

Ruzena was born 25 Sept 1875, in Rokitzan. Her father was Albert
Porges, her mother Marie PORGES, nee LAZANSKY

Ruzena was widowed >from her husband Filip , born 10 July 1868,
deceased probably on 29 Oct 1932.

VOGL
One Nazi document has her as Ruzena Sara VOGLOVA but the Sara is
likely to have been imposed under Nazi Law.

According to Czech police records, she left for the USA.

A letter was delivered to the Directorate of Police on 19. II.
(probably February) 1941 under Reg. No. 064215. She received
permission to emigrate on 20. II. 1941.

On 25 Feb 1941 she received confirmation >from Ministry of Social and
Health Administration that there was no objections against her emigration.

She asked for passport, which was issued on 3 March 1939, under Reg.
No. 8217/I. and received it on 14 March 1939

It appears that there had been an earlier application for a passport
in 1933 already, and that one seems to have been issued on 9 June 1933.

Ruzena had three children:

Ernestine, born 13 (or 18 ) Sept 1898 - she was divorced >from Karl
FISCHER, born 6 March 1892 - They had married on 12 November 1922 and
divorced on 7 Oct 1948

Edith (or Edita), born 1 (or 9 ) Dec 1904, in Czechoslovakia
unmarried at the time of emigration who left for the USA on 20 June 1939

Edith's name appears on the passenger list of SS President Roosevelt
from Le Havre on Aug 4 1938. She is described as a Secretary, aged
33, place of birth NYRSKO, with the last permanent address in Nyrsko

Arnold, born 1 November 1900, in Czechoslovakia, unmarried at the
time of emigration - he left for "abroad" (no known destination ) on
28 Dec 1939

As so often happens in these searches, we also have some
contradicting information.

According to the other set of data, Ruzena VOGLOVA left for Argentina.

This information comes >from decree on national administration issued
on 28 December 1953 according to which

"she was in somewhere in Argentina" and therefore "politically not
trustworthy".

According to the 1953 information, her departure >from the Czech
Republic is likely to have been in the period 1948 - 1953

As she is no longer alive, we need to trace her legal heirs living today.

You may well ask - why the 1941 permits, when Edith arrived in NY in
1938. I do not have answers to this.

Do you recognize any of this?

Can you guide us in any way?

If you have no information, do you know of anyone else, anywhere,
where we can ask?

Please e-mail me at davidlewin@btinternet.com


Latvia Events at the IAJGS Conference #latvia

Barry Shay
 

I am very pleased to announce that the Latvia SIG will have a full
and interesting program at the IAJGS conference in New York.

Bella Zisere, a current resident of Riga as well as a Ph.D. candidate
at the Institute for Political Studies in Paris, will be presenting
material based on her dissertation research. Entitled, "Memory of the
Holocaust in Latvia:
A Contemporary Debate," Bella's presentation is scheduled as Session
Code 332. Date and time of the presentation is yet to be announced.
A short abstract of the paper and a brief biography of Bella can be
found at: http://www.jgsny2006.org/sessions.cfm

The Latvia SIG luncheon is scheduled for Monday, 14 August and we
hope to have a large turnout. I am happy to announce that David
Michaelson will be our guest speaker and he will talk about his
efforts to restore one of the last wooden synagogues in Eastern
Europe: the Green Synagogue of Rezekne.

Those of you who subscribe to our newsletter, will recall reading
about the remarkable effort made by David in fulfilling his dream.
Briefly, the Green Synagogue is the only synagogue in Rezekne that
survived WWII, and it is the synagogue where David's great-grand-
parents were married. The building now stands empty and condemned.
Dave has attracted the attention of the World Monuments Fund, the
Heritage Conservation Network, and the Latvian Tourism Development
Agency in his effort to restore the synagogue. To hear more about
Dave's remarkable adventure, please register for the SIG luncheon.

The Latvia SIG has also scheduled two SIG meetings. One meeting
will be primarily concerned with Latvia SIG business activities,
including the election of new officers and the status of various
projects and database activities. A complete agenda will be
forthcoming. Highlighting the second meeting will be two complementary
discussions and presentations. Henry Blumberg, the SIG Vice President,
will present and discuss his rare collection of Old Latvia memorabilia
including turn-of-the-century photographs and post cards of long-gone
Latvian shtetls and communities. In contrast, Bella Zisere will talk
about and answer questions concerning contemporary Jewish life in Riga
and other parts of Latvia. Given Bella's research interests and the fact
that she was born and raised in Riga, I can guarantee a lively and
highly productive exchange. So please join us for what promises to be
an exciting and educational meeting.

You can sign up for the SIG luncheon when you register
www.jgsny2006.org/registration.cfm or add it to an existing registration
by logging in at www.jgsny2006.org/registration_update.cfm.

Please note that the luncheon must be registered for as part of the
conference registration procedure or by editing an existing registration.
registration for the luncheon can not be made at the conference.

Have a wonderful Passover and I hope to see many of you at one or more of
the Latvia SIG venues.

Barry Shay
President, Latvia SIG


Latvia SIG #Latvia Latvia Events at the IAJGS Conference #latvia

Barry Shay
 

I am very pleased to announce that the Latvia SIG will have a full
and interesting program at the IAJGS conference in New York.

Bella Zisere, a current resident of Riga as well as a Ph.D. candidate
at the Institute for Political Studies in Paris, will be presenting
material based on her dissertation research. Entitled, "Memory of the
Holocaust in Latvia:
A Contemporary Debate," Bella's presentation is scheduled as Session
Code 332. Date and time of the presentation is yet to be announced.
A short abstract of the paper and a brief biography of Bella can be
found at: http://www.jgsny2006.org/sessions.cfm

The Latvia SIG luncheon is scheduled for Monday, 14 August and we
hope to have a large turnout. I am happy to announce that David
Michaelson will be our guest speaker and he will talk about his
efforts to restore one of the last wooden synagogues in Eastern
Europe: the Green Synagogue of Rezekne.

Those of you who subscribe to our newsletter, will recall reading
about the remarkable effort made by David in fulfilling his dream.
Briefly, the Green Synagogue is the only synagogue in Rezekne that
survived WWII, and it is the synagogue where David's great-grand-
parents were married. The building now stands empty and condemned.
Dave has attracted the attention of the World Monuments Fund, the
Heritage Conservation Network, and the Latvian Tourism Development
Agency in his effort to restore the synagogue. To hear more about
Dave's remarkable adventure, please register for the SIG luncheon.

The Latvia SIG has also scheduled two SIG meetings. One meeting
will be primarily concerned with Latvia SIG business activities,
including the election of new officers and the status of various
projects and database activities. A complete agenda will be
forthcoming. Highlighting the second meeting will be two complementary
discussions and presentations. Henry Blumberg, the SIG Vice President,
will present and discuss his rare collection of Old Latvia memorabilia
including turn-of-the-century photographs and post cards of long-gone
Latvian shtetls and communities. In contrast, Bella Zisere will talk
about and answer questions concerning contemporary Jewish life in Riga
and other parts of Latvia. Given Bella's research interests and the fact
that she was born and raised in Riga, I can guarantee a lively and
highly productive exchange. So please join us for what promises to be
an exciting and educational meeting.

You can sign up for the SIG luncheon when you register
www.jgsny2006.org/registration.cfm or add it to an existing registration
by logging in at www.jgsny2006.org/registration_update.cfm.

Please note that the luncheon must be registered for as part of the
conference registration procedure or by editing an existing registration.
registration for the luncheon can not be made at the conference.

Have a wonderful Passover and I hope to see many of you at one or more of
the Latvia SIG venues.

Barry Shay
President, Latvia SIG


Re: Grodner Yarnova #lithuania

Eilat Gordin Levitan
 

On 4/12/06, Sharon Avraham <shouav@bezeqint.net> wrote:
According to an elderly cousin of my father's they came >from a place call
ed Grodner Yarnova, the only place I can find that is near this name is
Janova.
Dear Sharon,

Grodno Guberniya was once considered part of Lithuania (today, the
main part of the region is in Belarus). I think that "Grodner Yarnova"
is Grodno (region) Janow(a).

Checking Cities and Towns in Grodno Guberniya;
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/grodno/towns.htm

It might be one of the two;
Janow-Sokolski Sokolka district, Grodno Gubernia 53&deg; 28' 23&deg; 14'

Ivanovo (Janow) Kobrin district, Grodno Gubernia 52&deg; 09' 25&deg; 32'

If you check reports to Yad Vashem you would find places that sound
like Yanowa in a few areas. Some are near the city of Grodno.
Happy Passover,
Eilat Gordin levitan
Los Angeles


Vilnius society plots in New York and New Jersey #lithuania

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings to all,
I hope that you are all having a wonderful Pesach.
I want to announce that I have now added the names >from the large Vilnius
plot at United Hebrew Cemetery in Staten Island, New York to my Vilnius list
of unique surnames. The remaining two Vilnius plots in the New York-New
Jersey area (out of a total of fifteen) that have not been included on this
list are the ones at King Solomon and North Arlington Jewish cemeteries,
both in New Jersey. If anyone is willing to go to either or both and
digitally photograph the matzevot, please let me know. The direct link to
the unique surname list is www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/cp-vilnius.htm .

Regards,
Steven Lasky
New York
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Grodner Yarnova #lithuania

Eilat Gordin Levitan
 

On 4/12/06, Sharon Avraham <shouav@bezeqint.net> wrote:
According to an elderly cousin of my father's they came >from a place call
ed Grodner Yarnova, the only place I can find that is near this name is
Janova.
Dear Sharon,

Grodno Guberniya was once considered part of Lithuania (today, the
main part of the region is in Belarus). I think that "Grodner Yarnova"
is Grodno (region) Janow(a).

Checking Cities and Towns in Grodno Guberniya;
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/grodno/towns.htm

It might be one of the two;
Janow-Sokolski Sokolka district, Grodno Gubernia 53&deg; 28' 23&deg; 14'

Ivanovo (Janow) Kobrin district, Grodno Gubernia 52&deg; 09' 25&deg; 32'

If you check reports to Yad Vashem you would find places that sound
like Yanowa in a few areas. Some are near the city of Grodno.
Happy Passover,
Eilat Gordin levitan
Los Angeles


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Vilnius society plots in New York and New Jersey #lithuania

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings to all,
I hope that you are all having a wonderful Pesach.
I want to announce that I have now added the names >from the large Vilnius
plot at United Hebrew Cemetery in Staten Island, New York to my Vilnius list
of unique surnames. The remaining two Vilnius plots in the New York-New
Jersey area (out of a total of fifteen) that have not been included on this
list are the ones at King Solomon and North Arlington Jewish cemeteries,
both in New Jersey. If anyone is willing to go to either or both and
digitally photograph the matzevot, please let me know. The direct link to
the unique surname list is www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/cp-vilnius.htm .

Regards,
Steven Lasky
New York
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Bartschin, Exin, Labischin, Schubin Jewish communities 1912 #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

The following names, occupations, and roles within the communities have been
extracted >from the "Handbuch fuer den Kreis Schubin," G. Roesener, 1912,
images 72-73, available online at
http://www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=33040.

Synagogen-Gemeinden

Bartschin:

Gerson, Kaufmann, Vorsteher
Lachmann, Rentier, Vorst-Mitglied.
Markus Marcus, Baeckermstr., Vorst-Mitglied.

Exin:

H. Baer, Kaufmann, Vorst-Mitglied
Salomon Cohn, Kaufmann, Repraesentant
Samuel Cohn, Kaufmann, Repraesentant
J. Leifer, Kaufmann, Korporationsvorst.
S. Leifer, Kaufmann, Vorst-Mitglied.
Leszczynski, Kaufmann, Repraesentant
Loewy, Justizrat, Repraesent.-Vorst.
Rehfisch, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
Rosenthal, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
L. Salomon, Kaufmann, Repraesentant
A. Schimmek, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.

Labischin:

Casper, Kaufmann, Vorst-Mitglied.
H. Cohn, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
J. Elias, Schneidermstr. Repraesentant.
E. Henschke, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
J. Henschke, Kaufmann, Vorst.-Mitglied.
H. Lewin, Kaufmann, Repreaesent.-Vorst.
J. Lewin, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
L. Lippmann, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
M. Peilte, Kaufmann, Korporationsvorst.
M. Rynarzewski, Kaufmann, Repraesentant
W. Weichbrodt, Glaser, Repraesentant.

Schubin:

Arndt, Glasermstr., Vorst.-Mitglied.
Baruch, Schneidermstr., Repraesentant.
Elias, Schneider, Repraesentant.
H. Lewin, Uhrmacher, Repraesentant.
Adolf Meyer, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
Meyersohn, Ziegeleibes., Vorst.-Mitglied.
Pelz, Kaufmann, Korporationsvorst.
Sommerfeld, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
Dr. Szamotulski, Rechtsanw., Repraes.-Vorst.
W. Zadek, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
Zander, Glaser, Repraesentant.

Best wishes for Passover,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


JRI Poland #Poland Bartschin, Exin, Labischin, Schubin Jewish communities 1912 #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

The following names, occupations, and roles within the communities have been
extracted >from the "Handbuch fuer den Kreis Schubin," G. Roesener, 1912,
images 72-73, available online at
http://www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=33040.

Synagogen-Gemeinden

Bartschin:

Gerson, Kaufmann, Vorsteher
Lachmann, Rentier, Vorst-Mitglied.
Markus Marcus, Baeckermstr., Vorst-Mitglied.

Exin:

H. Baer, Kaufmann, Vorst-Mitglied
Salomon Cohn, Kaufmann, Repraesentant
Samuel Cohn, Kaufmann, Repraesentant
J. Leifer, Kaufmann, Korporationsvorst.
S. Leifer, Kaufmann, Vorst-Mitglied.
Leszczynski, Kaufmann, Repraesentant
Loewy, Justizrat, Repraesent.-Vorst.
Rehfisch, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
Rosenthal, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
L. Salomon, Kaufmann, Repraesentant
A. Schimmek, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.

Labischin:

Casper, Kaufmann, Vorst-Mitglied.
H. Cohn, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
J. Elias, Schneidermstr. Repraesentant.
E. Henschke, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
J. Henschke, Kaufmann, Vorst.-Mitglied.
H. Lewin, Kaufmann, Repreaesent.-Vorst.
J. Lewin, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
L. Lippmann, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
M. Peilte, Kaufmann, Korporationsvorst.
M. Rynarzewski, Kaufmann, Repraesentant
W. Weichbrodt, Glaser, Repraesentant.

Schubin:

Arndt, Glasermstr., Vorst.-Mitglied.
Baruch, Schneidermstr., Repraesentant.
Elias, Schneider, Repraesentant.
H. Lewin, Uhrmacher, Repraesentant.
Adolf Meyer, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
Meyersohn, Ziegeleibes., Vorst.-Mitglied.
Pelz, Kaufmann, Korporationsvorst.
Sommerfeld, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
Dr. Szamotulski, Rechtsanw., Repraes.-Vorst.
W. Zadek, Kaufmann, Repraesentant.
Zander, Glaser, Repraesentant.

Best wishes for Passover,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


Re: Site Cite: Tel-Aviv Burial Society #general

Ilan Ganot <iganot@...>
 

In reply to responses and queries >from several JewishGenners to my
previous posting:

a. The website is closed for Jewish holidays and Shabbat.

b. Correction: The exact location of individual graves / burial plots *is*
available online, after pressing the link at the name of the deceased.
Additional information includes Date of birth, and age at death.

Moadim l'Simcha,

Ilan Ganot
Holon, Israel

-----Original Message-----
From: Ilan Ganot [mailto:iganot@alumni.technion.ac.il]=20
Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2006 1:14 AM

The official website of the Chevra Kadisha - Burial Society - of Tel-Aviv
district is at:
http://www.kadisha.biz/
....

Burial information can be searched online according to name of the
deceased, father's name, death year span, cemetery name, etc.
http://www.kadisha.biz/ShowItem.aspx?levelID=3D59689

Search results provide: name of the deceased, father's name, date of
death (Yahrzeit) - both Jewish and general, and name of cemetery.
....


help/question naturalization records for Manhattan, New York #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

I have just come across a naturalization record on another geneaology
site that I believe might be my Great-Grandfather's. So far I have not
been able to find another for other members of the family. My question.
Would it be the norm for the entire family to be naturalized at the same
time? If so, how would I be able to find the rest of the family's
records or is there someone out there with access to these records that
might be able to help me? I believe there were 2 or 3 Charles Ginzig
(variations in last name) during the same period and I am needed to
verify wife and children of this Charles Ginsig.

Information found:
Charles Ginsig (indexed as Charles Gnsig)
Date of Naturalization: October 21, 1876
Bundle: 276
Copy of Record: 247
Address at time: 40 Delancey St
Former Nationality: Emperor-Austria
Names, Addresses, Occupation of Witness: Albert Branowsky 167 Mott St Rugs

If you are able to help me, please contact me privately at gincig@yahoo.com.

Thanking all in advance,
Debby Gincig Painter
Michigan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Site Cite: Tel-Aviv Burial Society #general

Ilan Ganot <iganot@...>
 

In reply to responses and queries >from several JewishGenners to my
previous posting:

a. The website is closed for Jewish holidays and Shabbat.

b. Correction: The exact location of individual graves / burial plots *is*
available online, after pressing the link at the name of the deceased.
Additional information includes Date of birth, and age at death.

Moadim l'Simcha,

Ilan Ganot
Holon, Israel

-----Original Message-----
From: Ilan Ganot [mailto:iganot@alumni.technion.ac.il]=20
Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2006 1:14 AM

The official website of the Chevra Kadisha - Burial Society - of Tel-Aviv
district is at:
http://www.kadisha.biz/
....

Burial information can be searched online according to name of the
deceased, father's name, death year span, cemetery name, etc.
http://www.kadisha.biz/ShowItem.aspx?levelID=3D59689

Search results provide: name of the deceased, father's name, date of
death (Yahrzeit) - both Jewish and general, and name of cemetery.
....


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen help/question naturalization records for Manhattan, New York #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

I have just come across a naturalization record on another geneaology
site that I believe might be my Great-Grandfather's. So far I have not
been able to find another for other members of the family. My question.
Would it be the norm for the entire family to be naturalized at the same
time? If so, how would I be able to find the rest of the family's
records or is there someone out there with access to these records that
might be able to help me? I believe there were 2 or 3 Charles Ginzig
(variations in last name) during the same period and I am needed to
verify wife and children of this Charles Ginsig.

Information found:
Charles Ginsig (indexed as Charles Gnsig)
Date of Naturalization: October 21, 1876
Bundle: 276
Copy of Record: 247
Address at time: 40 Delancey St
Former Nationality: Emperor-Austria
Names, Addresses, Occupation of Witness: Albert Branowsky 167 Mott St Rugs

If you are able to help me, please contact me privately at gincig@yahoo.com.

Thanking all in advance,
Debby Gincig Painter
Michigan