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BUCHALTER/BEAR family #general

ToadysFroggy <54amp5@...>
 

My great grandfather Shmuel BUCHALTER had a brother who also came to the United
States but somehow during his entering of the US, the immigration officer must have
misunderstood him when he tried to say BUCHALTER and gave him the name of Samuel
BEAR. Both settled in the Philadelphia area. My great grandfather married Dora
and had my grandfather and my great uncle Joseph. I would like to find information
on my great grandfather's family as well as anything more about Samuel Bear and his
branch of my family.

The only things I know about Samuel Bear:
- is he married a Polish woman named Rose and they moved >from the Philadelphia area
to Los Angeles.
- he was born Sep 25, 1884
- he died Mar 21, 1961

If you can help me, I would greatly appreciate it!

Thanking you in advanced!!

Sharon F. Yampell
NJ

BUCHALTER/ BEAR

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BUCHALTER/BEAR family #general

ToadysFroggy <54amp5@...>
 

My great grandfather Shmuel BUCHALTER had a brother who also came to the United
States but somehow during his entering of the US, the immigration officer must have
misunderstood him when he tried to say BUCHALTER and gave him the name of Samuel
BEAR. Both settled in the Philadelphia area. My great grandfather married Dora
and had my grandfather and my great uncle Joseph. I would like to find information
on my great grandfather's family as well as anything more about Samuel Bear and his
branch of my family.

The only things I know about Samuel Bear:
- is he married a Polish woman named Rose and they moved >from the Philadelphia area
to Los Angeles.
- he was born Sep 25, 1884
- he died Mar 21, 1961

If you can help me, I would greatly appreciate it!

Thanking you in advanced!!

Sharon F. Yampell
NJ

BUCHALTER/ BEAR

Moderator Note: If you have not done so already, you may also search the JewishGen
Family Finder at http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/ to find others who researching the
same surnames and places. If you create your own entry as well, using the
"enter/modify" option, you will make your information available to other
researchers who will then be able to find you.


Write for Roots-Key Special Issue 2007 #poland

Nancy Holden
 

Roots-Key the journal of the Genealogical Society of Los Angeles is planning
a special issue on Recreating Your Shtetl. This will be research based
analysis of the various ways genealogists tell the story of one family or a
group of families in one place over time. We are soliciting articles on the
techniques used in putting together the socio-economic culture, the history
and the life and times of your shtetl.

Tell us your story
. Did you create excel spreadsheets >from collected family trees?
. Search the Internet tabulating, analyzing and creating lists of
resources, records, and record groups?
. Form a common interest group? Collect archival data together?
. Put up a website? What information did you want to share and what
information did it bring to you and others?
. Create a cousin tree >from South Africa, South America to Southern
California?

If you have gone >from your family story to documenting the common story-If
you have made lists, used JGFF and the white pages, scanned the Internet,
searched passenger lists or created common surname data and now want to
share your how-you-did-it- work in unraveling the mysteries of recreating
your family in time and place, WRITE FOR ROOTS-KEY SPECIAL ISSUE 2007.

Send all enquiries and articles privately to <nholden@...>

Nancy Holden
Editor Roots-Key, JGSLA
Los Angeles, CA


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Write for Roots-Key Special Issue 2007 #poland

Nancy Holden
 

Roots-Key the journal of the Genealogical Society of Los Angeles is planning
a special issue on Recreating Your Shtetl. This will be research based
analysis of the various ways genealogists tell the story of one family or a
group of families in one place over time. We are soliciting articles on the
techniques used in putting together the socio-economic culture, the history
and the life and times of your shtetl.

Tell us your story
. Did you create excel spreadsheets >from collected family trees?
. Search the Internet tabulating, analyzing and creating lists of
resources, records, and record groups?
. Form a common interest group? Collect archival data together?
. Put up a website? What information did you want to share and what
information did it bring to you and others?
. Create a cousin tree >from South Africa, South America to Southern
California?

If you have gone >from your family story to documenting the common story-If
you have made lists, used JGFF and the white pages, scanned the Internet,
searched passenger lists or created common surname data and now want to
share your how-you-did-it- work in unraveling the mysteries of recreating
your family in time and place, WRITE FOR ROOTS-KEY SPECIAL ISSUE 2007.

Send all enquiries and articles privately to <nholden@...>

Nancy Holden
Editor Roots-Key, JGSLA
Los Angeles, CA


15 Marriage Documents- Manhattan NYC 1891-98- I'll Share With You - 2nd batch #general

Sal & Ellen Barbieri <elsal@...>
 

2.-1 10 Nov 1892 Harris ROSENTHAL 149 E Broadway age 25 b. Russia s/o Israel
& Zivie ROSENTHAL + Bazie WEINSTEIN 149 E Broadway age 20 b. Russia d/o
Heiman & Chai by Sam Krinsky 47 Forsythe St

2.-2 5 Oct 1892 Henry M. COH(E)N 215 E 120 St age 23 s/o Bernard KOHEN &
Emilie BLUM + Henriette HERTZ 248 E 105St age 22 d/o Charles Leonore MARKS
by
S. MANDEL Rabbi of Mt Zion 16 E 115 St

2.-3 8 Jan 1892 Harris ROSENTHAL 95 Orchard St age 25 b. Russia s/o Iszrael
& Sophia + Betsy WEINSTEIN 45 Eldridge St age 19 b. Russia d/o Hyman & Ida
by
Cornelius Flynn Ald. 1st Dist. 7 Broadway

2.-4 21 Aug 1891 Harris ROSENTHAL 135 Monroe St age 24 b. Russpolen s/o
Tanchen & Leah REINGOLD + Lena ALTERMAN 72 Mott St age 21 b. Russpolen d/o
Harris & Sollie TANEVSKY by Rabbi 5 Allen St

2.-5 26 Oct 1892 Harry ROSENTHAL 332 E 124 St age 27 b. NYC s/o Moses E. &
Bessie JOHNSON + Rachel ALEXANDER age 20 b. NYC d/o Abraham & Henriette LEVY
by Bernard DRACHMAN Cong. Gichron Ephraim

2.-6 16 Aug 1892 Herrys KAPLAN 138 Essex St age 28 widowed b.*Rosia s/o
Josef & Golde HEMFELD + Anny WEINSTEIN 105 Orchard St age 19 b. Rosia d/o
Hirsch & Sahra ABRAHAM by Elias Senft Morgan Abraham Cong. 61 Attorney St
*Russia?

2.-7 30 Apr 1892 Moris SIMON 66 Attorney St age 20 b. Russia s/o Solomon &
Dora
+ Mary HOCHISSIGER 146 Essex St age 20 b. Austria by Cornelius Flynn Ald 1st
Dist. 7 Broadway

2.-8 7 Mar 1893 Davis KAPLAN 180 Ludlow St age 21 b. Russia s/o Jacob &
Sarah RABIN + Dora KAPLOWITZ 156 Broome St age 21 b. Russia d/o ? Isik &
Elke
DAVIDSON by Hyman FRIEDMAN ? Hovah ....Ansche 98 Forsythe St

2.-9 3 Mar 1895 Barney SIMON28 Pitt St age 29 b. Kovena Russia Poland s/o
Leon & Nasain? Sulanosky + Lillie KOLSKY Ewen St Bklyn, NY age 22 d/o
Harris & Amelia HYMES by ?

2.-10 12 May 1895 Jacob FRIEDMAN 167 Navy St Bklyn,NY age 22 b. NYC s/o
Solomon & Annie MORIS + Francis COHEN 167 Navy St Bklyn, NY age 20 b. NY d/o
Tobias COHN & Sarh HARRIS by Joseph Segal Cong. Benei Abram 32 Henry St

2.-11 21 Jan 1896 Barnet SIMONSKY 37 Forsythe St age 20 b. Russia s/o Abr. &
Sora FLau? + Lisa MARX 84 Essex St age 20 b. Russia d/o Meine & Hades KATZ
by Abr Siegel Cong Ansher Rebove? 26 Canal St. res 45 Eldridge St

2.-12 19 Jan 1897 Morris SIMON 19 Rutgers Pl age 30 b. England s/o Marx &
Pauline GOODMAN + Ray LEVY 87 Division St age 26 b. Russia d/o Meyer & Lena
COHEN by William Clancy Alderman 328 Monroe St

2.-13 20 May 1897 Moriss GOLDBERG 51 Ludlow St age 22 b. Russie s/o Abe &
Mary CHISHL + Nellie SCHULMAN 233 Broome St age 19 b. Russie d/o Jacob &
Rachel JONES by Sam FRIEDBERG Shearis Bnai Israel 638 E 6St, res 224 E 7St

2.-14 19 Sept 1897 Moris GOLDBERG 153 E 79 St age 55 widowed b. Russ Poland
s/o Heris & Fanny GREENBERG + Fanny HUTNIZKY 30 Orchard St age 45 widowed b.
Russ Poland d/o Barnet & Sarah SAFFER by S. Rosenberg 209 E Broadway, res 30
Orchard St

2.-15 30 Mar 1898 Henry COHN 131 E 61 St age 29 b. NYC s/0 Solomon & Bertha
POTSDAMER + Jennie BIRNBAUM 138 E 124 St age 22 b. NYC d/o Israel & Adelaide
LEVY by Raphael Benjamin at Hotel Premier

Will scan to anyone who wants a copy. More tomorrow.
Ellen Barbieri San Diego, CA elsal@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 15 Marriage Documents- Manhattan NYC 1891-98- I'll Share With You - 2nd batch #general

Sal & Ellen Barbieri <elsal@...>
 

2.-1 10 Nov 1892 Harris ROSENTHAL 149 E Broadway age 25 b. Russia s/o Israel
& Zivie ROSENTHAL + Bazie WEINSTEIN 149 E Broadway age 20 b. Russia d/o
Heiman & Chai by Sam Krinsky 47 Forsythe St

2.-2 5 Oct 1892 Henry M. COH(E)N 215 E 120 St age 23 s/o Bernard KOHEN &
Emilie BLUM + Henriette HERTZ 248 E 105St age 22 d/o Charles Leonore MARKS
by
S. MANDEL Rabbi of Mt Zion 16 E 115 St

2.-3 8 Jan 1892 Harris ROSENTHAL 95 Orchard St age 25 b. Russia s/o Iszrael
& Sophia + Betsy WEINSTEIN 45 Eldridge St age 19 b. Russia d/o Hyman & Ida
by
Cornelius Flynn Ald. 1st Dist. 7 Broadway

2.-4 21 Aug 1891 Harris ROSENTHAL 135 Monroe St age 24 b. Russpolen s/o
Tanchen & Leah REINGOLD + Lena ALTERMAN 72 Mott St age 21 b. Russpolen d/o
Harris & Sollie TANEVSKY by Rabbi 5 Allen St

2.-5 26 Oct 1892 Harry ROSENTHAL 332 E 124 St age 27 b. NYC s/o Moses E. &
Bessie JOHNSON + Rachel ALEXANDER age 20 b. NYC d/o Abraham & Henriette LEVY
by Bernard DRACHMAN Cong. Gichron Ephraim

2.-6 16 Aug 1892 Herrys KAPLAN 138 Essex St age 28 widowed b.*Rosia s/o
Josef & Golde HEMFELD + Anny WEINSTEIN 105 Orchard St age 19 b. Rosia d/o
Hirsch & Sahra ABRAHAM by Elias Senft Morgan Abraham Cong. 61 Attorney St
*Russia?

2.-7 30 Apr 1892 Moris SIMON 66 Attorney St age 20 b. Russia s/o Solomon &
Dora
+ Mary HOCHISSIGER 146 Essex St age 20 b. Austria by Cornelius Flynn Ald 1st
Dist. 7 Broadway

2.-8 7 Mar 1893 Davis KAPLAN 180 Ludlow St age 21 b. Russia s/o Jacob &
Sarah RABIN + Dora KAPLOWITZ 156 Broome St age 21 b. Russia d/o ? Isik &
Elke
DAVIDSON by Hyman FRIEDMAN ? Hovah ....Ansche 98 Forsythe St

2.-9 3 Mar 1895 Barney SIMON28 Pitt St age 29 b. Kovena Russia Poland s/o
Leon & Nasain? Sulanosky + Lillie KOLSKY Ewen St Bklyn, NY age 22 d/o
Harris & Amelia HYMES by ?

2.-10 12 May 1895 Jacob FRIEDMAN 167 Navy St Bklyn,NY age 22 b. NYC s/o
Solomon & Annie MORIS + Francis COHEN 167 Navy St Bklyn, NY age 20 b. NY d/o
Tobias COHN & Sarh HARRIS by Joseph Segal Cong. Benei Abram 32 Henry St

2.-11 21 Jan 1896 Barnet SIMONSKY 37 Forsythe St age 20 b. Russia s/o Abr. &
Sora FLau? + Lisa MARX 84 Essex St age 20 b. Russia d/o Meine & Hades KATZ
by Abr Siegel Cong Ansher Rebove? 26 Canal St. res 45 Eldridge St

2.-12 19 Jan 1897 Morris SIMON 19 Rutgers Pl age 30 b. England s/o Marx &
Pauline GOODMAN + Ray LEVY 87 Division St age 26 b. Russia d/o Meyer & Lena
COHEN by William Clancy Alderman 328 Monroe St

2.-13 20 May 1897 Moriss GOLDBERG 51 Ludlow St age 22 b. Russie s/o Abe &
Mary CHISHL + Nellie SCHULMAN 233 Broome St age 19 b. Russie d/o Jacob &
Rachel JONES by Sam FRIEDBERG Shearis Bnai Israel 638 E 6St, res 224 E 7St

2.-14 19 Sept 1897 Moris GOLDBERG 153 E 79 St age 55 widowed b. Russ Poland
s/o Heris & Fanny GREENBERG + Fanny HUTNIZKY 30 Orchard St age 45 widowed b.
Russ Poland d/o Barnet & Sarah SAFFER by S. Rosenberg 209 E Broadway, res 30
Orchard St

2.-15 30 Mar 1898 Henry COHN 131 E 61 St age 29 b. NYC s/0 Solomon & Bertha
POTSDAMER + Jennie BIRNBAUM 138 E 124 St age 22 b. NYC d/o Israel & Adelaide
LEVY by Raphael Benjamin at Hotel Premier

Will scan to anyone who wants a copy. More tomorrow.
Ellen Barbieri San Diego, CA elsal@...


Re: Burial Records, Chevra Kadisha, Johannesburg, South Africa #general

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

I was not sure where you were looking for information, but there are three ALMAN
listings in the SA Jewish Rootsbank aka Rootsweb site which provides information on
South African Jewish families including cemetery information:

http://chrysalis.its.uct.ac.za/CGI/cgi_RootWeb.exe

Unfortunately, there are only three cemetery records for your ALMAN family which
are listed and no other kinds of records.

Apparently, two of the cemetery records were for a husband and wife and the third
perhaps a child or other relative. Their name, birth and death dates, age at time
of death, and cemetery plot # in the Westpart I cemetery are provided.

If you are interested in learning more information such as what is on the
tombstone, such as any Hebrew giving the father's name, you will probably have to
hire someone to do that.

In addition, you can look at the National Archives of South Africa site which has
25 listings for ALMAN:

http://www.national.archsrch.gov.za/sm300cv/smws/sm300ds?200703201043210EAD4B44

A third thing you can do is post an inquiry on the SA SIG digest on JewishGen
asking about descendants of your ALMAN family.

Another thing you can do is look through the SA SIG web site on JewishGen for tips
on how to research your South African family:

http://www.jewishgen.org/safrica

Good luck!

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@...

Moderator Note: The SIGs (Sprecial Interest Groups) provide a wide variety of
information on geographic regions of origin, or specific topics of interest
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/sigs.htm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Burial Records, Chevra Kadisha, Johannesburg, South Africa #general

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

I was not sure where you were looking for information, but there are three ALMAN
listings in the SA Jewish Rootsbank aka Rootsweb site which provides information on
South African Jewish families including cemetery information:

http://chrysalis.its.uct.ac.za/CGI/cgi_RootWeb.exe

Unfortunately, there are only three cemetery records for your ALMAN family which
are listed and no other kinds of records.

Apparently, two of the cemetery records were for a husband and wife and the third
perhaps a child or other relative. Their name, birth and death dates, age at time
of death, and cemetery plot # in the Westpart I cemetery are provided.

If you are interested in learning more information such as what is on the
tombstone, such as any Hebrew giving the father's name, you will probably have to
hire someone to do that.

In addition, you can look at the National Archives of South Africa site which has
25 listings for ALMAN:

http://www.national.archsrch.gov.za/sm300cv/smws/sm300ds?200703201043210EAD4B44

A third thing you can do is post an inquiry on the SA SIG digest on JewishGen
asking about descendants of your ALMAN family.

Another thing you can do is look through the SA SIG web site on JewishGen for tips
on how to research your South African family:

http://www.jewishgen.org/safrica

Good luck!

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@...

Moderator Note: The SIGs (Sprecial Interest Groups) provide a wide variety of
information on geographic regions of origin, or specific topics of interest
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/sigs.htm


The HOROWITZ Family history and genealogy #general

Shlomo Gurevich
 

The electronic version of my book on HOROWITZ Family history and genealogy is now
available in pdf format.

Shlomo Gurevich
The Horowitz Families Association
Hoshaya, Israel
shl2gur@...

Moderator Note: Please reply privately


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The HOROWITZ Family history and genealogy #general

Shlomo Gurevich
 

The electronic version of my book on HOROWITZ Family history and genealogy is now
available in pdf format.

Shlomo Gurevich
The Horowitz Families Association
Hoshaya, Israel
shl2gur@...

Moderator Note: Please reply privately


Re: Certificate of Arrival # -> getting Naturalization Records #general

David Oseas <doseas{nospam}@...>
 

"Jeanne Gold" <twig@...> wrote:
I found a passenger record for my GREENBERG's and next to Fannie's name I
found annotated her Certificate of Arrival information.

What I learned >from NARA was that there is no way they can use that information
to find her naturalization file. They need to know under what name she
naturalized and I don't know her married name.
...

The Certificate of Arrival information is almost, but not quite, useless: there is
no longer any index (if there ever was one) in existence that cross-references this
number. However, there are two pieces of information you can glean >from it:
1) I have found that, for the ones I have researched, the date of issue was usually
two weeks before the Petition date; 2) the number is of the form DD-NNNNN, and the
DD is the district number where the Petition for Naturalization was filed. See
the Manifest Markings page here for an explanation:
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/Manifests/occ/

If a Soundex index exists for the district and time period of interest, you may get
lucky: I've discovered that the women I've researched were indexed under both their
married and maiden names, but that may be due to the timing of their marriages
relative to their Declaration and Petition dates, rather than a general rule.

One other piece of advice: if given the choice between getting the film showing the
Declaration vs. the film showing the Petition, go for the Petition, since in many
cases, it contains a copy of the entire Naturalization record, including the
Declaration, Certificate of Arrival, and Citizenship Certificate.

--

David Oseas

Thousand Oaks, CA

OSEAS/OSIAS/OSIASI/OZIAS: Iasi, Romania > Chicago > Milwaukee > Los Angeles
WICHMAN: Bobruisk, Belarus > Milwaukee > Los Angeles
SHERMAN: Russia/Romania > New York > Los Angeles
SCHECTER: Odessa, Ukraine > New York
KLEIN: Austria > New York > Los Angeles
HYMAN/HEYMAN/HEIMOWITS: Zemplen-Dobra, Hungary > New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Certificate of Arrival # -> getting Naturalization Records #general

David Oseas <doseas{nospam}@...>
 

"Jeanne Gold" <twig@...> wrote:
I found a passenger record for my GREENBERG's and next to Fannie's name I
found annotated her Certificate of Arrival information.

What I learned >from NARA was that there is no way they can use that information
to find her naturalization file. They need to know under what name she
naturalized and I don't know her married name.
...

The Certificate of Arrival information is almost, but not quite, useless: there is
no longer any index (if there ever was one) in existence that cross-references this
number. However, there are two pieces of information you can glean >from it:
1) I have found that, for the ones I have researched, the date of issue was usually
two weeks before the Petition date; 2) the number is of the form DD-NNNNN, and the
DD is the district number where the Petition for Naturalization was filed. See
the Manifest Markings page here for an explanation:
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/Manifests/occ/

If a Soundex index exists for the district and time period of interest, you may get
lucky: I've discovered that the women I've researched were indexed under both their
married and maiden names, but that may be due to the timing of their marriages
relative to their Declaration and Petition dates, rather than a general rule.

One other piece of advice: if given the choice between getting the film showing the
Declaration vs. the film showing the Petition, go for the Petition, since in many
cases, it contains a copy of the entire Naturalization record, including the
Declaration, Certificate of Arrival, and Citizenship Certificate.

--

David Oseas

Thousand Oaks, CA

OSEAS/OSIAS/OSIASI/OZIAS: Iasi, Romania > Chicago > Milwaukee > Los Angeles
WICHMAN: Bobruisk, Belarus > Milwaukee > Los Angeles
SHERMAN: Russia/Romania > New York > Los Angeles
SCHECTER: Odessa, Ukraine > New York
KLEIN: Austria > New York > Los Angeles
HYMAN/HEYMAN/HEIMOWITS: Zemplen-Dobra, Hungary > New York


1848 Census of the Jews -- puzzles #hungary

Marian Brown
 

Dear All,

I need some help or at least some educated guesses.

The following is a the exact list of family members >from the 1848 census
of Bodolo, Hungary -- now Budulov, Slovakia:

Lisauer, Simon
Neje: Bernat Borbala
Gyermekei:
Lisauer, Joszef
Jacob
Abraham
Terezia
Nani/Hani
Veje: Tirk Bernat

I understand that Bernat Borbala is the wife of Simon Lisauer, but how
do I interpret her name? Borbala, daughter of Bernat?

I understand that the next five names are their children.

As to Tirk Bernat, I understand that "Veje" means brother-in-law. Would
he be the brother-in-law of Simon Lissauer and perhaps a brother of
Bernat Borbala?

Or would he be a brother-in-law of the children and perhaps married to
Nani/Hani?

Also, how do I interpret his hame? Tirk son of Bernat or would Tirk be
the surname and Bernat the given name?

Thanks for helping!

Marian Brown
Cincinnati, OH


Hungary SIG #Hungary 1848 Census of the Jews -- puzzles #hungary

Marian Brown
 

Dear All,

I need some help or at least some educated guesses.

The following is a the exact list of family members >from the 1848 census
of Bodolo, Hungary -- now Budulov, Slovakia:

Lisauer, Simon
Neje: Bernat Borbala
Gyermekei:
Lisauer, Joszef
Jacob
Abraham
Terezia
Nani/Hani
Veje: Tirk Bernat

I understand that Bernat Borbala is the wife of Simon Lisauer, but how
do I interpret her name? Borbala, daughter of Bernat?

I understand that the next five names are their children.

As to Tirk Bernat, I understand that "Veje" means brother-in-law. Would
he be the brother-in-law of Simon Lissauer and perhaps a brother of
Bernat Borbala?

Or would he be a brother-in-law of the children and perhaps married to
Nani/Hani?

Also, how do I interpret his hame? Tirk son of Bernat or would Tirk be
the surname and Bernat the given name?

Thanks for helping!

Marian Brown
Cincinnati, OH


The Horowitz Family history and genealogy #belarus

Shlomo Gurevich
 

The electronic version of my book on Horowitz Family
history and genealogy is now available in pdf format.

Shlomo Gurevich
The Horowitz Families Association
Hoshaya, Israel
shl2gur@...



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Belarus SIG #Belarus The Horowitz Family history and genealogy #belarus

Shlomo Gurevich
 

The electronic version of my book on Horowitz Family
history and genealogy is now available in pdf format.

Shlomo Gurevich
The Horowitz Families Association
Hoshaya, Israel
shl2gur@...



____________________________________________________________________________________
The fish are biting.
Get more visitors on your site using Yahoo! Search Marketing.
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Re: KINSBRUNNER and uncommon surnames #romania

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

This is a reminder that, if you are trying to determine in what towns an
uncommon surname occurred, it can be very helpful to search the 1924/1925
Romanian business directories hosted by the Library of Congress via
www.kalter.org/search. Doing this, I found eight KINSBRUNNERs in Cernauti,
most with given names, occupations, and street addresses (details sent to
poster).

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.


Romania SIG #Romania RE: KINSBRUNNER and uncommon surnames #romania

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

This is a reminder that, if you are trying to determine in what towns an
uncommon surname occurred, it can be very helpful to search the 1924/1925
Romanian business directories hosted by the Library of Congress via
www.kalter.org/search. Doing this, I found eight KINSBRUNNERs in Cernauti,
most with given names, occupations, and street addresses (details sent to
poster).

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.


Write for Roots-Key Special Issue 2007 #rabbinic

Nancy Holden
 

Roots-Key the Journal of the Genealogical Society of Los Angeles is
planning a special issue on Recreating Your Shtetl. This will be
research based analysis of the various ways genealogists tell the
story of one family or a group of families in one place over time.
We are soliciting articles on the techniques used in putting
together the socio-economic culture, the history and the life and
times of your shtetl. Rabbinic records, Jewish Kahal records, and
introductory pages of rabbinic manuscripts often give important
clues to the peer group and travels which bring to life the
biography of our families in their community.

Tell us how you pieced your story together. Did you
. Create excel spreadsheets >from collected family trees?
. Search the Internet tabulating, analyzing and creating lists of
resources, records, and record groups?
. Form a common interest group? Collect archival data together?
. Put up a website? What information did you want to share and what
information did it bring to you and others?
. Create a cousin tree >from South Africa, South America to Southern
California?

If you have gone >from your family story to documenting the common
story - If you have made lists, used JGFF and the white pages,
scanned the Internet, searched passenger lists or created common
surname data and now want to share your how-you-did-it work in
unraveling the mysteries of recreating your family in time and
place, ** write for Roots-Key Special Issue 2007 **

Send all enquiries and articles to <nholden@...>

Nancy Holden
Editor Roots-Key, JGSLA
Los Angeles, CA


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Write for Roots-Key Special Issue 2007 #rabbinic

Nancy Holden
 

Roots-Key the Journal of the Genealogical Society of Los Angeles is
planning a special issue on Recreating Your Shtetl. This will be
research based analysis of the various ways genealogists tell the
story of one family or a group of families in one place over time.
We are soliciting articles on the techniques used in putting
together the socio-economic culture, the history and the life and
times of your shtetl. Rabbinic records, Jewish Kahal records, and
introductory pages of rabbinic manuscripts often give important
clues to the peer group and travels which bring to life the
biography of our families in their community.

Tell us how you pieced your story together. Did you
. Create excel spreadsheets >from collected family trees?
. Search the Internet tabulating, analyzing and creating lists of
resources, records, and record groups?
. Form a common interest group? Collect archival data together?
. Put up a website? What information did you want to share and what
information did it bring to you and others?
. Create a cousin tree >from South Africa, South America to Southern
California?

If you have gone >from your family story to documenting the common
story - If you have made lists, used JGFF and the white pages,
scanned the Internet, searched passenger lists or created common
surname data and now want to share your how-you-did-it work in
unraveling the mysteries of recreating your family in time and
place, ** write for Roots-Key Special Issue 2007 **

Send all enquiries and articles to <nholden@...>

Nancy Holden
Editor Roots-Key, JGSLA
Los Angeles, CA