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Paula and Leo ROTHSCHILD #general

Mark and Tamara Shofron
 

Genners:

I am seeking any information on Paula (b 1899 Hamburg) and Leo ROTHSCHILD
(b 1894 Lohrhaupten, Germany). They arrived 27 Apr 1939 in New York with
children:
Berthilde (Hilda) age 13
Tirzah (Terry) age 11
Karlo age 7

All the children were born in Hamburg, Germany.

The girls were said to have moved later to the Netherlands and, presumably,
married.

Any help would be appreciated.

Mark Shofron
Mesa, Arizona

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Paula and Leo ROTHSCHILD #general

Mark and Tamara Shofron
 

Genners:

I am seeking any information on Paula (b 1899 Hamburg) and Leo ROTHSCHILD
(b 1894 Lohrhaupten, Germany). They arrived 27 Apr 1939 in New York with
children:
Berthilde (Hilda) age 13
Tirzah (Terry) age 11
Karlo age 7

All the children were born in Hamburg, Germany.

The girls were said to have moved later to the Netherlands and, presumably,
married.

Any help would be appreciated.

Mark Shofron
Mesa, Arizona

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.


Bayside Cemetery in Ozone Park #general

Steven Lasky <steve@...>
 

Greetings,

I have good news for those of you who have become frustrated in the past
trying to obtain information on burials at Bayside Cemetery in Ozone Park,
New York.

I have very recently acquired most of the Bayside Cemetery burial data
(perhaps 24,000 of a total of 29,000 burials.) The burial data generally
contains the deceased's surname, given name, the name of the society who
owns the plot, the society gate number (only about 14,000 of the burials
have a town associated with the plot they're buried in), date of burial
(i.e. not date of death), age at death, and maybe a little bit more
information in certain instances. I have no photographs (except what I have
from when I went there in the last couple of years, for perhaps parts of
only a dozen society plots), nor do I have any information at all about the
deceased's Hebrew name or the Hebrew name of their father, and only the very
rare date of birth.

Here are the names of the European towns that are associated with some of
the society burial plots located in Bayside Cemetery:

Belarus: Lyubcha and Radoskovichi.
Lithuania: Kalvarija, Kraziai, Marijampole, Salant, Sejny and Veisiejai.
Poland: Biezun, Ciechanow, Gniezno, Golub-Drobzyn, Grajewo, Kalisz, Konin,
Krakow, Kutno, Makow Mazowiecki, Mlawa, Nasielsk, Plock, Przasnysz, Pyzdry,
Stawiski, Suwalki, Trzcianne and Wloclawek.

If you think a person of interest is buried at Bayside Cemetery, you can
write to me at the e-mail address below. This database has only about 24,000
names on it of a purported 29,000, so I might be missing the name of someone
you're looking for. There's nothing I can do about that. Many of us know
this cemetery is, for the most part, poorly maintained, so in the absence of
our being able to visit the cemetery and find who you are looking for, this
database can sure come in handy. Please enter the word "Bayside" in the
Subject field of your email, so I will be drawn to your inquiry.

With this new data and with my current cemetery burial information, not to
mention Rabbi Edward Cohen's burial data >from Connecticut, Western
Massachusetts and Rhode Island, I now have more than 210,000 burial names in
my database that is generally not currently available elsewhere. I have
managed to reconcile all my cemetery data and can now search my entire
cemetery db at the same time. Hopefully at some point my entire cemetery db
will be online on my website for all to search whenever they want.

I hope that the information I have made available will be helpful to you.

Steven Lasky
New York
http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bayside Cemetery in Ozone Park #general

Steven Lasky <steve@...>
 

Greetings,

I have good news for those of you who have become frustrated in the past
trying to obtain information on burials at Bayside Cemetery in Ozone Park,
New York.

I have very recently acquired most of the Bayside Cemetery burial data
(perhaps 24,000 of a total of 29,000 burials.) The burial data generally
contains the deceased's surname, given name, the name of the society who
owns the plot, the society gate number (only about 14,000 of the burials
have a town associated with the plot they're buried in), date of burial
(i.e. not date of death), age at death, and maybe a little bit more
information in certain instances. I have no photographs (except what I have
from when I went there in the last couple of years, for perhaps parts of
only a dozen society plots), nor do I have any information at all about the
deceased's Hebrew name or the Hebrew name of their father, and only the very
rare date of birth.

Here are the names of the European towns that are associated with some of
the society burial plots located in Bayside Cemetery:

Belarus: Lyubcha and Radoskovichi.
Lithuania: Kalvarija, Kraziai, Marijampole, Salant, Sejny and Veisiejai.
Poland: Biezun, Ciechanow, Gniezno, Golub-Drobzyn, Grajewo, Kalisz, Konin,
Krakow, Kutno, Makow Mazowiecki, Mlawa, Nasielsk, Plock, Przasnysz, Pyzdry,
Stawiski, Suwalki, Trzcianne and Wloclawek.

If you think a person of interest is buried at Bayside Cemetery, you can
write to me at the e-mail address below. This database has only about 24,000
names on it of a purported 29,000, so I might be missing the name of someone
you're looking for. There's nothing I can do about that. Many of us know
this cemetery is, for the most part, poorly maintained, so in the absence of
our being able to visit the cemetery and find who you are looking for, this
database can sure come in handy. Please enter the word "Bayside" in the
Subject field of your email, so I will be drawn to your inquiry.

With this new data and with my current cemetery burial information, not to
mention Rabbi Edward Cohen's burial data >from Connecticut, Western
Massachusetts and Rhode Island, I now have more than 210,000 burial names in
my database that is generally not currently available elsewhere. I have
managed to reconcile all my cemetery data and can now search my entire
cemetery db at the same time. Hopefully at some point my entire cemetery db
will be online on my website for all to search whenever they want.

I hope that the information I have made available will be helpful to you.

Steven Lasky
New York
http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/


William GINCIG/GINZIG #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

For years now I have been trying to find my Greatgrandfather William
GINCIG/GINZIG parents with no luck and my head is starting to hurt >from
banging on that brick wall!

This is what I have so far:
Birth certificates for children narrow his birth date to February 10,
1873 or February 15, 1876, died Los Angeles, Feb. 10, 1936 (age 60),
cert #8847. I do not have a couple of his death certificate and a
couple people have searched in NY for a birth certificate with no luck.
Wiliam married Lena MORRIS about 1899 - however 1900 Manhattan census
shows her living with parents in 1900 and there is no mention of William
nor of their first child Ira. (Another twist here as well: According to
Ira's WWI Draft card he was born December 15, 1899 but the California
Death Index shows his date of birth as December 15, 1901. But there was
supposively another son - Issie - born February 15, 1901 certificate
15056 [do not have a copy yet]. I have not been able to find anything
more on Issie.) No marriage certificate have been located yet.

Varying immigration records do not show the family either (used dates
1867-1876).

I did find this family in the 1880 census and believe it to be his
family but am unable to definitively connect them. Also they do not
appear again in any other census - unless of course the spelling is way
off.
Charles GINZIG 45 (1835) GER Self Married White Male New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY Occupation: Necktie Maker
Rachael GINZIG 43 (1837) GER Wife Married White Female New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY
Bernard GINZIG 21 (1859) GER Son Single White Male New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY Occupation: Peddler
John GINZIG 18 (1862) GER Son Single White Male New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY Occupation: Peddler
Morris GINZIG 14 (1866) GER Son Single White Male New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY Occupation: Peddler
William GINZIG 4 (1876) US Son Single White Male New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY

Other information I have:
There is a Morris Ginzig born August, 1867 who married Julia Reinheimer
(source: familysearch.com LDS records/1900 census). His parents were
both born in Germany, he immigrated about 1871 (1910 census), and he was
a jeweller in NY (1930 census). However his parents listed as Charles
and Rose (Mincey) Ginzig (familysearch.com LDS records) but I did not
find them in the 1880 census or another census. To complicate matters
even more, a cousin remembers her father travelling to Cheasapeake Bay,
NY to collect an inheritance >from an Uncle who was a diamond merchant
who supposively never married. (Sorry don't have a year when he
travelled to Cheasapeake Bay..)

Does any one have any advice as to how to proceed? Please reply privately.

Thanking all in advance,
Debby Gincig Painter
gincig@yahoo.com

Other Spelling Variations - confirmed and unconfirmed connection to my
family:
Gincec Gincig Gincik Gincych Ginczick Gingsich Ginsig Ginsik Gintzig
Ginzgig Ginzic Ginzig
Ginzik Ginzing Ginzug Guencig Guenzig Guizia Gunsig Gunstig Guntzig
Güntzig Gunzeg Gunzig


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen William GINCIG/GINZIG #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

For years now I have been trying to find my Greatgrandfather William
GINCIG/GINZIG parents with no luck and my head is starting to hurt >from
banging on that brick wall!

This is what I have so far:
Birth certificates for children narrow his birth date to February 10,
1873 or February 15, 1876, died Los Angeles, Feb. 10, 1936 (age 60),
cert #8847. I do not have a couple of his death certificate and a
couple people have searched in NY for a birth certificate with no luck.
Wiliam married Lena MORRIS about 1899 - however 1900 Manhattan census
shows her living with parents in 1900 and there is no mention of William
nor of their first child Ira. (Another twist here as well: According to
Ira's WWI Draft card he was born December 15, 1899 but the California
Death Index shows his date of birth as December 15, 1901. But there was
supposively another son - Issie - born February 15, 1901 certificate
15056 [do not have a copy yet]. I have not been able to find anything
more on Issie.) No marriage certificate have been located yet.

Varying immigration records do not show the family either (used dates
1867-1876).

I did find this family in the 1880 census and believe it to be his
family but am unable to definitively connect them. Also they do not
appear again in any other census - unless of course the spelling is way
off.
Charles GINZIG 45 (1835) GER Self Married White Male New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY Occupation: Necktie Maker
Rachael GINZIG 43 (1837) GER Wife Married White Female New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY
Bernard GINZIG 21 (1859) GER Son Single White Male New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY Occupation: Peddler
John GINZIG 18 (1862) GER Son Single White Male New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY Occupation: Peddler
Morris GINZIG 14 (1866) GER Son Single White Male New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY Occupation: Peddler
William GINZIG 4 (1876) US Son Single White Male New York
(Manhattan), New York City-Greater, NY

Other information I have:
There is a Morris Ginzig born August, 1867 who married Julia Reinheimer
(source: familysearch.com LDS records/1900 census). His parents were
both born in Germany, he immigrated about 1871 (1910 census), and he was
a jeweller in NY (1930 census). However his parents listed as Charles
and Rose (Mincey) Ginzig (familysearch.com LDS records) but I did not
find them in the 1880 census or another census. To complicate matters
even more, a cousin remembers her father travelling to Cheasapeake Bay,
NY to collect an inheritance >from an Uncle who was a diamond merchant
who supposively never married. (Sorry don't have a year when he
travelled to Cheasapeake Bay..)

Does any one have any advice as to how to proceed? Please reply privately.

Thanking all in advance,
Debby Gincig Painter
gincig@yahoo.com

Other Spelling Variations - confirmed and unconfirmed connection to my
family:
Gincec Gincig Gincik Gincych Ginczick Gingsich Ginsig Ginsik Gintzig
Ginzgig Ginzic Ginzig
Ginzik Ginzing Ginzug Guencig Guenzig Guizia Gunsig Gunstig Guntzig
Güntzig Gunzeg Gunzig


Viewmate: VM10196 to VM10200 #general

Bernie & Marlene Dobrin <dobrins@...>
 

I have posted the backside of 5 photographs on ViewMate. The address is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html. I am hoping someone
would be able to interpret the Yiddish, Hebrew and Russian. Please
respond to me privately at dobrins@cox.net. I would appreciate any help
for these pictures VM10196, 10197, 10198, 10199 and 10200 and the
pictures that I post in the future.

Thank you to all the people who have helped me before and for the
people responding to my latest entries. My father took great pride in
his photo album and now because of you I have now been introduced to
the people in the pictures.

Marlene Kempner Dobrin - Arizona USA
Family names Kempner, PoKempner, PaKempner, Mirvis, Rief, Westerman,
Melman, Zox, Sachs, Krechmer, Litt, Luntz, Meyerson, Marovich, Shanken,
Herzog, Hillman, Fleischman, Segall, Friedman, Dobrin, Schuman, Fuxman

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http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10198
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10199
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10200


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate: VM10196 to VM10200 #general

Bernie & Marlene Dobrin <dobrins@...>
 

I have posted the backside of 5 photographs on ViewMate. The address is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html. I am hoping someone
would be able to interpret the Yiddish, Hebrew and Russian. Please
respond to me privately at dobrins@cox.net. I would appreciate any help
for these pictures VM10196, 10197, 10198, 10199 and 10200 and the
pictures that I post in the future.

Thank you to all the people who have helped me before and for the
people responding to my latest entries. My father took great pride in
his photo album and now because of you I have now been introduced to
the people in the pictures.

Marlene Kempner Dobrin - Arizona USA
Family names Kempner, PoKempner, PaKempner, Mirvis, Rief, Westerman,
Melman, Zox, Sachs, Krechmer, Litt, Luntz, Meyerson, Marovich, Shanken,
Herzog, Hillman, Fleischman, Segall, Friedman, Dobrin, Schuman, Fuxman

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http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10197
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10198
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10199
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10200


Jennie (FAIKES) FRANKEL #general

sacredsisters3@aol.com <sacredsisters3@...>
 

Hello All

I am seeking any and all information on this woman
Jennie(FAIKES)FRANKEL. I have posted her obit, and its number VM10201.
Jennie Frankel died March 26, 1959. Her maiden name was Faikes and
that is the family name I am researching. My grandfather Milton Faikes
is the last known living sibling. My grandfather is in a nursing home
and can't recall much of anything about his family due to his advanced
age of 93 and senility.

I am trying to find out as much as I can about my grandfather's Faikes
side, but it is not easy to find much information on them. I am hoping
someone will see the obit and see a connection and hopefully provide
me with some answers. I am not sure how many siblings my grandfather
had, but it was quite a few. I am trying to find living descendants of
Jennie and of Zelda(Faikes)Segal who is listed as a sister. I have
been unable to find any information at all about Zelda and it makes me
wonder if she was even living in the United States, for there was two
brothers who immigrated to Argentina in 1928.

Those two siblings were David & Mark/Marco Faikes and they lived and
died in Argentina. There is also another sister named Rose Friedman
mentioned and I do have information on her. My main objective is to
seek help in finding more information about Jennie & Zelda Faikes. I
have passenger manifests on both women. I know that Jennie went to
Philadelphia, but no clue as to what happened to Zelda.

Sarah Greenberg(USA-CT)
sacredsisters3@aol.com

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KACEN in Caulfield Australia #general

Neil@...
 

Looking for the following people in Caulfield, Melbourne.

David N. S. Katzenellenbogen, born on November 12, 1913, shortened his name
to KACEN, married 1) Mina, 2) ?, 3) Nelly, having two sons.
1. Zvi Kacen, born on March 12, 1945, an engineer.
2. Shalom Kacen, born on September 25, 1950.
Thanks

Dr. Neil Rosenstein

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Re: HAKIM of Izmir and elsewhere #general

Mathilde Tagger <tagger@...>
 

Dear all,

Nick wrote:
According to my searches Hakim also means sage - presumably similar to the
Hebrew "hachom".
See the website http://webstazy.com/hakim/press.html regarding the Reunion that
Celia speaks about. It says that the title "Hakim" was awarded by the Sultan.
It would seem more likely that he was awarded the title "Sage" than Doctor.
And previously Celia Male wrote:
In case you do not speaks Arabic, Hakim means doctor and is a very common
Sephardic family name.
The Semitic linguistic root of Hakim - I mean the 3 letters Het-Kaf-Mem- is
found in Hebrew as well as in Arabic.

In Hebrew we have the word Hakham= sage (Sephardic Hebrew pronunciation)
that is used among the Sephardim as the title of Rabbi. The best example is
the name of the Chief-Rabbi title in Turkey: Hakham Bashi (Bashi=chief/head).

In Arabic the word Hakim means physician as pointed out by Celia.

Turkish, a much younger language and not Semitic, has "borrowed" many Arabic
words and till the revolution movement headed by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
(Turkey became a republic in 1920), used the Arabic script (now they use
Latin letters). One of these borrowed words >from Arabic by Turkish is Hakim
that also means physician here too.

The HAKIM family got its name >from the function of many of its members:
"Physician of the Sultan".
Nevertheless, it is very possible that the family was among those expelled
from Spain who settled in Turkey and its members may have been physicians
already in medieval times in Spain, before the expulsion in 1492. I have not
researched this family, but I can affirm that some of the surnames Sephardim
Jews brought with them to Ottoman Empire, were of Arabic origin as Spain was
ruled by the Moors for a long time and Arabic was the spoken language there
and surnames began to be in use >from the 10th-11th century. These surnames
of Arabic origin dating >from the Moors occupation of Spain mainly expressed
a position. And medicine was the "domain" of Jews already in Spain.

Shalom,

Mathilde Tagger
Sephardim SIG Coordinator
Israel Genealogical Society


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jennie (FAIKES) FRANKEL #general

sacredsisters3@aol.com <sacredsisters3@...>
 

Hello All

I am seeking any and all information on this woman
Jennie(FAIKES)FRANKEL. I have posted her obit, and its number VM10201.
Jennie Frankel died March 26, 1959. Her maiden name was Faikes and
that is the family name I am researching. My grandfather Milton Faikes
is the last known living sibling. My grandfather is in a nursing home
and can't recall much of anything about his family due to his advanced
age of 93 and senility.

I am trying to find out as much as I can about my grandfather's Faikes
side, but it is not easy to find much information on them. I am hoping
someone will see the obit and see a connection and hopefully provide
me with some answers. I am not sure how many siblings my grandfather
had, but it was quite a few. I am trying to find living descendants of
Jennie and of Zelda(Faikes)Segal who is listed as a sister. I have
been unable to find any information at all about Zelda and it makes me
wonder if she was even living in the United States, for there was two
brothers who immigrated to Argentina in 1928.

Those two siblings were David & Mark/Marco Faikes and they lived and
died in Argentina. There is also another sister named Rose Friedman
mentioned and I do have information on her. My main objective is to
seek help in finding more information about Jennie & Zelda Faikes. I
have passenger manifests on both women. I know that Jennie went to
Philadelphia, but no clue as to what happened to Zelda.

Sarah Greenberg(USA-CT)
sacredsisters3@aol.com

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KACEN in Caulfield Australia #general

Neil@...
 

Looking for the following people in Caulfield, Melbourne.

David N. S. Katzenellenbogen, born on November 12, 1913, shortened his name
to KACEN, married 1) Mina, 2) ?, 3) Nelly, having two sons.
1. Zvi Kacen, born on March 12, 1945, an engineer.
2. Shalom Kacen, born on September 25, 1950.
Thanks

Dr. Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: HAKIM of Izmir and elsewhere #general

Mathilde Tagger <tagger@...>
 

Dear all,

Nick wrote:
According to my searches Hakim also means sage - presumably similar to the
Hebrew "hachom".
See the website http://webstazy.com/hakim/press.html regarding the Reunion that
Celia speaks about. It says that the title "Hakim" was awarded by the Sultan.
It would seem more likely that he was awarded the title "Sage" than Doctor.
And previously Celia Male wrote:
In case you do not speaks Arabic, Hakim means doctor and is a very common
Sephardic family name.
The Semitic linguistic root of Hakim - I mean the 3 letters Het-Kaf-Mem- is
found in Hebrew as well as in Arabic.

In Hebrew we have the word Hakham= sage (Sephardic Hebrew pronunciation)
that is used among the Sephardim as the title of Rabbi. The best example is
the name of the Chief-Rabbi title in Turkey: Hakham Bashi (Bashi=chief/head).

In Arabic the word Hakim means physician as pointed out by Celia.

Turkish, a much younger language and not Semitic, has "borrowed" many Arabic
words and till the revolution movement headed by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
(Turkey became a republic in 1920), used the Arabic script (now they use
Latin letters). One of these borrowed words >from Arabic by Turkish is Hakim
that also means physician here too.

The HAKIM family got its name >from the function of many of its members:
"Physician of the Sultan".
Nevertheless, it is very possible that the family was among those expelled
from Spain who settled in Turkey and its members may have been physicians
already in medieval times in Spain, before the expulsion in 1492. I have not
researched this family, but I can affirm that some of the surnames Sephardim
Jews brought with them to Ottoman Empire, were of Arabic origin as Spain was
ruled by the Moors for a long time and Arabic was the spoken language there
and surnames began to be in use >from the 10th-11th century. These surnames
of Arabic origin dating >from the Moors occupation of Spain mainly expressed
a position. And medicine was the "domain" of Jews already in Spain.

Shalom,

Mathilde Tagger
Sephardim SIG Coordinator
Israel Genealogical Society


DE PADILLA #general

Michael and Julie Weigel <theweigels@...>
 

Dear Genners:
Can anybody provide any additional accurate information concerning the
Jewish ancestry of María de Padilla. According to Wikipedia, Maria de
Padilla was the mistress of Peter I, King of Castile, whom she later married
in 1353. She was a Castilian noblewoman of converso Jewish descent.[1] Her
father was Juan Garcia de Padilla, 1st Senor de Villagera, her mother was
Maria Fernandez de Henestrosa, a relative of Juan Fernandez de Henestrosa,
who mediated an apparent pardon to Fadrique Alfonso of Castile, a
half-brother and rival of Maria de Padilla's lover Pedro I.

1. Peggy K. Liss, "Isabel the Queen," New York: Oxford University Press,
1992, p. 165; James Reston, Jr. "Dogs of God," New York: Doubleday, 2005, p 18.

Thanks, Michael Weigel
Goose Creek, SC

Researching: ANGELO, PARDOE, DE PADILLA, SALEMON, SALMON, ROOS, GROSSMAN, SAMUEL,
SIMONS, SAMPSON, KING, KINGMAN, WINTER, WISEMAN, YOUNG, BAUMAN, BECK, BENJAMIN,
BENSON, BLACK, BLOEM, BOARDMAN, BROCK, BROWNE, DE ROS, DANIELS, DAVIDSON, DAVIS,
DORMAN, ELIAS, ELLIS, FREUDEL, GOLD, GOULD, JACOBS, JUNG, KLAAS, LEWIN, HEINS,
HILL, SWART, HILLIER, HOLMAN, GORDON, MARAH, SCHNEIDER, SCHUETZ, MEYER, MIER,
NEWMAN, REIDEL, ROBBINS, SANDBACH, SAVAGE


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen DE PADILLA #general

Michael and Julie Weigel <theweigels@...>
 

Dear Genners:
Can anybody provide any additional accurate information concerning the
Jewish ancestry of María de Padilla. According to Wikipedia, Maria de
Padilla was the mistress of Peter I, King of Castile, whom she later married
in 1353. She was a Castilian noblewoman of converso Jewish descent.[1] Her
father was Juan Garcia de Padilla, 1st Senor de Villagera, her mother was
Maria Fernandez de Henestrosa, a relative of Juan Fernandez de Henestrosa,
who mediated an apparent pardon to Fadrique Alfonso of Castile, a
half-brother and rival of Maria de Padilla's lover Pedro I.

1. Peggy K. Liss, "Isabel the Queen," New York: Oxford University Press,
1992, p. 165; James Reston, Jr. "Dogs of God," New York: Doubleday, 2005, p 18.

Thanks, Michael Weigel
Goose Creek, SC

Researching: ANGELO, PARDOE, DE PADILLA, SALEMON, SALMON, ROOS, GROSSMAN, SAMUEL,
SIMONS, SAMPSON, KING, KINGMAN, WINTER, WISEMAN, YOUNG, BAUMAN, BECK, BENJAMIN,
BENSON, BLACK, BLOEM, BOARDMAN, BROCK, BROWNE, DE ROS, DANIELS, DAVIDSON, DAVIS,
DORMAN, ELIAS, ELLIS, FREUDEL, GOLD, GOULD, JACOBS, JUNG, KLAAS, LEWIN, HEINS,
HILL, SWART, HILLIER, HOLMAN, GORDON, MARAH, SCHNEIDER, SCHUETZ, MEYER, MIER,
NEWMAN, REIDEL, ROBBINS, SANDBACH, SAVAGE


In Memoriam #belarus

Stephanie Weiner <laguna@...>
 

Boris Krantz, researcher #16944, passed away unexpectedly on
July 4 after a brief illness.

Boris had at least had the pleasure of reuniting with previously unknown
family in Israel.

He had planned to attend this year's IAJGS Conference in Salt Lake
City for the first time.

Boris, a kind and gentle man, will be greatly missed by all who knew
him.

Stephanie Weiner
laguna@sciti.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus In Memoriam #belarus

Stephanie Weiner <laguna@...>
 

Boris Krantz, researcher #16944, passed away unexpectedly on
July 4 after a brief illness.

Boris had at least had the pleasure of reuniting with previously unknown
family in Israel.

He had planned to attend this year's IAJGS Conference in Salt Lake
City for the first time.

Boris, a kind and gentle man, will be greatly missed by all who knew
him.

Stephanie Weiner
laguna@sciti.com


BialyGen Meeting at the Jewish Genealogy Conference #poland

Bialystoker
 

Dear BialyGenners:

The summer Conference on Jewish Genealogy will soon be upon
us, starting a week >from Sunday in Salt Lake City. As has
been our practice since our founding in 2003, a BialyGen
meeting is scheduled. This meeting will be held on Monday,
July 16 >from 5:00 PM to 6:15 PM in the Granite Conference
Center.

I hope all of you attending the Conference will plan to
attend. For those new to BialyGen, we cover the area near
Bialystok that was part of Grodno Gubernia prior to WWI. At
this session we will introduce everyone to BialyGen, its
purpose, its website and its projects.

We will also review the progress in our project to translate
the definitive history of Jewish Bialystok -- Pinkas
Bialystok, a two-volume history written in Yiddish by
Abraham Hershberg before he perished in the Bialystok
Ghetto. The webpage for this project can be found at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/Pinkos.htm. At
the meeting, we will have available the index of people from
the nearly 500 page first Volume. Some of the most common
surnames are: BARASH, BLOCH, BENDET, COHEN, EISENSTADT,
EPSTEIN, FREIDENBERG, GORDON, HEILPERIN, HOROWITZ, KAPLAN,
LICHTENSTEIN, LIFSHITZ, RABINOWITZ, ROSENTHAL, SEGAL,
SHAPIRA, SLONIMSKI, TRILLING, WEINREICH, WEISSBERG,
WISSOTSKI, ZABLUDOWSKI, ZAKHEIM. Lookups will be provided
with an indication in which Chapter (see
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/Pinkos1.htm)
the reference can be found. Of course, the objective of
BialyGen is to raise funds to translate the Volume.

Everyone who attends will be presented with a CD-ROM with
all 5,000 images of the Yahrzeit cards >from the Bialystoker
Center in New York. See
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/YahrzeitCards.htm
for more information.

We will also be discussing future projects for BialyGen. We
need ideas and volunteers.

See you in Salt Lake City.

For those who cannot attend, the Pinkas Bialystok Volume I
index and the Bialystoker Center Yahrzeit card index will be
posted to the BialyGen website in August as will a summary
of the meeting.

Mark Halpern
BialyGen Coordinator


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland BialyGen Meeting at the Jewish Genealogy Conference #poland

Bialystoker
 

Dear BialyGenners:

The summer Conference on Jewish Genealogy will soon be upon
us, starting a week >from Sunday in Salt Lake City. As has
been our practice since our founding in 2003, a BialyGen
meeting is scheduled. This meeting will be held on Monday,
July 16 >from 5:00 PM to 6:15 PM in the Granite Conference
Center.

I hope all of you attending the Conference will plan to
attend. For those new to BialyGen, we cover the area near
Bialystok that was part of Grodno Gubernia prior to WWI. At
this session we will introduce everyone to BialyGen, its
purpose, its website and its projects.

We will also review the progress in our project to translate
the definitive history of Jewish Bialystok -- Pinkas
Bialystok, a two-volume history written in Yiddish by
Abraham Hershberg before he perished in the Bialystok
Ghetto. The webpage for this project can be found at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/Pinkos.htm. At
the meeting, we will have available the index of people from
the nearly 500 page first Volume. Some of the most common
surnames are: BARASH, BLOCH, BENDET, COHEN, EISENSTADT,
EPSTEIN, FREIDENBERG, GORDON, HEILPERIN, HOROWITZ, KAPLAN,
LICHTENSTEIN, LIFSHITZ, RABINOWITZ, ROSENTHAL, SEGAL,
SHAPIRA, SLONIMSKI, TRILLING, WEINREICH, WEISSBERG,
WISSOTSKI, ZABLUDOWSKI, ZAKHEIM. Lookups will be provided
with an indication in which Chapter (see
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/Pinkos1.htm)
the reference can be found. Of course, the objective of
BialyGen is to raise funds to translate the Volume.

Everyone who attends will be presented with a CD-ROM with
all 5,000 images of the Yahrzeit cards >from the Bialystoker
Center in New York. See
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/YahrzeitCards.htm
for more information.

We will also be discussing future projects for BialyGen. We
need ideas and volunteers.

See you in Salt Lake City.

For those who cannot attend, the Pinkas Bialystok Volume I
index and the Bialystoker Center Yahrzeit card index will be
posted to the BialyGen website in August as will a summary
of the meeting.

Mark Halpern
BialyGen Coordinator