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Looking for descendants of Alfons HEILBRONNER (1899-1973) #latinamerica

Juan Carlos Emden
 

I am looking for present-day descendants of the German Jewish
antiques dealer Alfons HEILBRONNER (b. May 30, 1899, Berlin,
d. December 3, 1973, Buenos Aires).His parents had been Max
Heilbronner and Olga Heilbronner, née FRAENKEL (born at
Munich, Germany). Apparently, Alfons had three siblings:
Fanny, Nelly and Franz (all born at Berlin, Germany). His
sister Fanny perhaps was married to Nicolaus Fraenkel, two
daughters: Madeleine und Annie.Alfons, his mother Olga (his
father Max probably died in Berlin already in 1926) and his
sister Nelly emigrated to France (Monaco and Nice) in 1937,
later on moved forward to Buenos Aires, Argentina.Perhaps
there was an uncle, a brother of his father Max - Henri
Heilbronner by name - residing at Lucerne,
Switzerland, after WWII until the early 1970s. Some his -
Henri's - relatives might have been Edgar and Paula
Heilbronner and Nicolas and Alive Maikoff-Heilbronner from
Basel, Switzerland. Another close relative of Alfons might
have been Fried(e)l Heilbronner, resident at Paris in the
1970s.Any information is greatly appreciated
juan carlos EMDEN in Valparaiso Chile


Latin America #LatinAmerica Looking for descendants of Alfons HEILBRONNER (1899-1973) #latinamerica

Juan Carlos Emden
 

I am looking for present-day descendants of the German Jewish
antiques dealer Alfons HEILBRONNER (b. May 30, 1899, Berlin,
d. December 3, 1973, Buenos Aires).His parents had been Max
Heilbronner and Olga Heilbronner, née FRAENKEL (born at
Munich, Germany). Apparently, Alfons had three siblings:
Fanny, Nelly and Franz (all born at Berlin, Germany). His
sister Fanny perhaps was married to Nicolaus Fraenkel, two
daughters: Madeleine und Annie.Alfons, his mother Olga (his
father Max probably died in Berlin already in 1926) and his
sister Nelly emigrated to France (Monaco and Nice) in 1937,
later on moved forward to Buenos Aires, Argentina.Perhaps
there was an uncle, a brother of his father Max - Henri
Heilbronner by name - residing at Lucerne,
Switzerland, after WWII until the early 1970s. Some his -
Henri's - relatives might have been Edgar and Paula
Heilbronner and Nicolas and Alive Maikoff-Heilbronner from
Basel, Switzerland. Another close relative of Alfons might
have been Fried(e)l Heilbronner, resident at Paris in the
1970s.Any information is greatly appreciated
juan carlos EMDEN in Valparaiso Chile


Philly2009 Update - Great Airline Fares Available #latinamerica

David Mink
 

The Philly2009 conference is coming up very quickly: about 2 weeks.

Airlines are now offering great airfares so this is a wonderful
opportunity to make last minute decision to attend. Check out prices
-- you may be very pleased with a really good deal.

More sleeping rooms have been added to our block at the conference
hotel, the Philadelphia Sheraton City Center, so there is space
available at the conference rate (you get complimentary internet
access in your guest room). It is a great hotel and you will enjoy
staying there.

If you register right now, you can still purchase any or all of the
optional fee-based items that must be purchased before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time. The choices are great: a
Welcome Dinner, Breakfasts with Experts, SIG Luncheons, Tours,
Workshops, and the Banquet.

To register for the conference: go to www.philly2009.org You can
make your hotel reservation right >from that site also.

See you soon,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Latin America #LatinAmerica Philly2009 Update - Great Airline Fares Available #latinamerica

David Mink
 

The Philly2009 conference is coming up very quickly: about 2 weeks.

Airlines are now offering great airfares so this is a wonderful
opportunity to make last minute decision to attend. Check out prices
-- you may be very pleased with a really good deal.

More sleeping rooms have been added to our block at the conference
hotel, the Philadelphia Sheraton City Center, so there is space
available at the conference rate (you get complimentary internet
access in your guest room). It is a great hotel and you will enjoy
staying there.

If you register right now, you can still purchase any or all of the
optional fee-based items that must be purchased before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time. The choices are great: a
Welcome Dinner, Breakfasts with Experts, SIG Luncheons, Tours,
Workshops, and the Banquet.

To register for the conference: go to www.philly2009.org You can
make your hotel reservation right >from that site also.

See you soon,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Philly2009 Update - Great Airline Fares Available #dna

David Mink
 

The Philly2009 conference is coming up very quickly: about 2 weeks.

Airlines are now offering great airfares so this is a wonderful
opportunity to make last minute decision to attend. Check out prices
-- you may be very pleased with a really good deal.

More sleeping rooms have been added to our block at the conference
hotel, the Philadelphia Sheraton City Center, so there is space
available at the conference rate (you get complimentary internet
access in your guest room). It is a great hotel and you will enjoy
staying there.

If you register right now, you can still purchase any or all of the
optional fee-based items that must be purchased before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time. The choices are great: a
Welcome Dinner, Breakfasts with Experts, SIG Luncheons, Tours,
Workshops, and the Banquet.

To register for the conference: go to www.philly2009.org You can
make your hotel reservation right >from that site also.

See you soon,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


DNA Research #DNA Philly2009 Update - Great Airline Fares Available #dna

David Mink
 

The Philly2009 conference is coming up very quickly: about 2 weeks.

Airlines are now offering great airfares so this is a wonderful
opportunity to make last minute decision to attend. Check out prices
-- you may be very pleased with a really good deal.

More sleeping rooms have been added to our block at the conference
hotel, the Philadelphia Sheraton City Center, so there is space
available at the conference rate (you get complimentary internet
access in your guest room). It is a great hotel and you will enjoy
staying there.

If you register right now, you can still purchase any or all of the
optional fee-based items that must be purchased before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time. The choices are great: a
Welcome Dinner, Breakfasts with Experts, SIG Luncheons, Tours,
Workshops, and the Banquet.

To register for the conference: go to www.philly2009.org You can
make your hotel reservation right >from that site also.

See you soon,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Philly2009 Update - Great Airline Fares Available #poland #danzig #gdansk #germany

David Mink
 

The Philly2009 conference is coming up very quickly: about 2 weeks.

Airlines are now offering great airfares so this is a wonderful
opportunity to make last minute decision to attend. Check out prices
-- you may be very pleased with a really good deal.

More sleeping rooms have been added to our block at the conference
hotel, the Philadelphia Sheraton City Center, so there is space
available at the conference rate (you get complimentary internet
access in your guest room). It is a great hotel and you will enjoy
staying there.

If you register right now, you can still purchase any or all of the
optional fee-based items that must be purchased before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time. The choices are great: a
Welcome Dinner, Breakfasts with Experts, SIG Luncheons, Tours,
Workshops, and the Banquet.

To register for the conference: go to www.philly2009.org You can
make your hotel reservation right >from that site also.

See you soon,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Philly2009 Update - Great Airline Fares Available #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

David Mink
 

The Philly2009 conference is coming up very quickly: about 2 weeks.

Airlines are now offering great airfares so this is a wonderful
opportunity to make last minute decision to attend. Check out prices
-- you may be very pleased with a really good deal.

More sleeping rooms have been added to our block at the conference
hotel, the Philadelphia Sheraton City Center, so there is space
available at the conference rate (you get complimentary internet
access in your guest room). It is a great hotel and you will enjoy
staying there.

If you register right now, you can still purchase any or all of the
optional fee-based items that must be purchased before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time. The choices are great: a
Welcome Dinner, Breakfasts with Experts, SIG Luncheons, Tours,
Workshops, and the Banquet.

To register for the conference: go to www.philly2009.org You can
make your hotel reservation right >from that site also.

See you soon,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


#Ciechanow #Poland Philly2009 Update - Great Airline Fares Available #ciechanow #poland

bounce-1864536-772951@...
 

The Philly2009 conference is coming up very quickly: about 2 weeks.

Airlines are now offering great airfares so this is a wonderful
opportunity to make last minute decision to attend. Check out prices
-- you may be very pleased with a really good deal.

More sleeping rooms have been added to our block at the conference
hotel, the Philadelphia Sheraton City Center, so there is space
available at the conference rate (you get complimentary internet
access in your guest room). It is a great hotel and you will enjoy
staying there.

If you register right now, you can still purchase any or all of the
optional fee-based items that must be purchased before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time. The choices are great: a
Welcome Dinner, Breakfasts with Experts, SIG Luncheons, Tours,
Workshops, and the Banquet.

To register for the conference: go to www.philly2009.org You can
make your hotel reservation right >from that site also.

See you soon,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Philly2009 Update - Great Airline Fares Available #ciechanow #poland

bounce-1864536-772951@...
 

The Philly2009 conference is coming up very quickly: about 2 weeks.

Airlines are now offering great airfares so this is a wonderful
opportunity to make last minute decision to attend. Check out prices
-- you may be very pleased with a really good deal.

More sleeping rooms have been added to our block at the conference
hotel, the Philadelphia Sheraton City Center, so there is space
available at the conference rate (you get complimentary internet
access in your guest room). It is a great hotel and you will enjoy
staying there.

If you register right now, you can still purchase any or all of the
optional fee-based items that must be purchased before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time. The choices are great: a
Welcome Dinner, Breakfasts with Experts, SIG Luncheons, Tours,
Workshops, and the Banquet.

To register for the conference: go to www.philly2009.org You can
make your hotel reservation right >from that site also.

See you soon,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Philly2009 Update - Great Airline Fares Available #austria-czech

David Mink
 

The Philly2009 conference is coming up very quickly: about 2 weeks.

Airlines are now offering great airfares so this is a wonderful
opportunity to make last minute decision to attend. Check out prices
-- you may be very pleased with a really good deal.

More sleeping rooms have been added to our block at the conference
hotel, the Philadelphia Sheraton City Center, so there is space
available at the conference rate (you get complimentary internet
access in your guest room). It is a great hotel and you will enjoy
staying there.

If you register right now, you can still purchase any or all of the
optional fee-based items that must be purchased before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time. The choices are great: a
Welcome Dinner, Breakfasts with Experts, SIG Luncheons, Tours,
Workshops, and the Banquet.

To register for the conference: go to www.philly2009.org You can
make your hotel reservation right >from that site also.

See you soon,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Philly2009 Update - Great Airline Fares Available #austria-czech

David Mink
 

The Philly2009 conference is coming up very quickly: about 2 weeks.

Airlines are now offering great airfares so this is a wonderful
opportunity to make last minute decision to attend. Check out prices
-- you may be very pleased with a really good deal.

More sleeping rooms have been added to our block at the conference
hotel, the Philadelphia Sheraton City Center, so there is space
available at the conference rate (you get complimentary internet
access in your guest room). It is a great hotel and you will enjoy
staying there.

If you register right now, you can still purchase any or all of the
optional fee-based items that must be purchased before Sunday, July
19, 2009 at 11:59 pm US central time. The choices are great: a
Welcome Dinner, Breakfasts with Experts, SIG Luncheons, Tours,
Workshops, and the Banquet.

To register for the conference: go to www.philly2009.org You can
make your hotel reservation right >from that site also.

See you soon,
Anne Feder Lee
David Mink
Philly2009 Co-Chairs
Information@...


Moritz Nowak of Vienna #austria-czech

rwfgjf@...
 

Dear SIGers -

I have a further question about my great-grandfather Moritz NOWAK
(1835-1916)

Several of the peple he would have known well through his
business and municipal activities were honoured by the Kaiser
Franz Josef. Moriz KUFFNER (of brewery and astronomy fame) became
Moriz Edler von KUFFNER in 1878. Anton ZAGORSKI, the architect,
became Anton Ritter von ZAGORSKI (The rank of ‘Ritter’ is a point
higher than ‘Edler’ in the Austrian aristocratic hierarchy).

Family lore insists that Moritz NOWAK was also so honoured,
perhaps with a 'von', but I have found no evidence that it is the
case. Neither his newspaper death obituary in 1916 nor his Last
Will nor his death notice mention it. The history of Ottakring,
the Vienna suburb he lived and did business in, makes no mention
of it. So it might be just a family rumour.

Where might I apply to search further?

Robert Fraser
Perth,Western Australia
Researching:
NOWAK - Moravia/Austria; EISINGER - Moravia and the World
FINKELSTEIN - Galicia; NAGEL - Moravia/Austria
KRAUTERBLUTH - ? Galicia; WORTMANN - Skalica SK


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Moritz Nowak of Vienna #austria-czech

rwfgjf@...
 

Dear SIGers -

I have a further question about my great-grandfather Moritz NOWAK
(1835-1916)

Several of the peple he would have known well through his
business and municipal activities were honoured by the Kaiser
Franz Josef. Moriz KUFFNER (of brewery and astronomy fame) became
Moriz Edler von KUFFNER in 1878. Anton ZAGORSKI, the architect,
became Anton Ritter von ZAGORSKI (The rank of ‘Ritter’ is a point
higher than ‘Edler’ in the Austrian aristocratic hierarchy).

Family lore insists that Moritz NOWAK was also so honoured,
perhaps with a 'von', but I have found no evidence that it is the
case. Neither his newspaper death obituary in 1916 nor his Last
Will nor his death notice mention it. The history of Ottakring,
the Vienna suburb he lived and did business in, makes no mention
of it. So it might be just a family rumour.

Where might I apply to search further?

Robert Fraser
Perth,Western Australia
Researching:
NOWAK - Moravia/Austria; EISINGER - Moravia and the World
FINKELSTEIN - Galicia; NAGEL - Moravia/Austria
KRAUTERBLUTH - ? Galicia; WORTMANN - Skalica SK


Re: Russian Immigrant with first name "Harris"???? #general

Richard Kurshan
 

I had a great grandfather named Harris, sometime called Chaskel, and
whose name was written on his grave marker as "Yehezkel ben David"

from April 05,2006:Khatskel also Kaskel-I believe it's the Yiddish
form for the Hebrew Yehezkel (English Ezekiel). in fact, the jewishgen
given names databse lists "Haskl / Khaskiel / Khaskl / Khatse / Khatsek /
Khatsele / Khatshe / Khatske / Khatskl / Kheske / Kheskl /
Khesye / Khezkeyl / Khezye / Yaskl" as all being Yiddish nicknames
for Ezekiel.

Richard Kurshan
JGID 37205
r.kurshan@...

Researching
KURSHAN-Lithuania-http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/
~kurshanfamily/index.html
BLANK-Russia MEYER-Russia,Poland
ROSENTHAL-Russia JONAP-Hungary
FRIEDMAN-Hungary

MODERATOR NOTE: Readers searching for information on names are advised to check
the various sources and databases that JewishGen has available,
including the Given Names Database. Also check the Archives in case
your problem has been previously mentioned.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Russian Immigrant with first name "Harris"???? #general

Richard Kurshan
 

I had a great grandfather named Harris, sometime called Chaskel, and
whose name was written on his grave marker as "Yehezkel ben David"

from April 05,2006:Khatskel also Kaskel-I believe it's the Yiddish
form for the Hebrew Yehezkel (English Ezekiel). in fact, the jewishgen
given names databse lists "Haskl / Khaskiel / Khaskl / Khatse / Khatsek /
Khatsele / Khatshe / Khatske / Khatskl / Kheske / Kheskl /
Khesye / Khezkeyl / Khezye / Yaskl" as all being Yiddish nicknames
for Ezekiel.

Richard Kurshan
JGID 37205
r.kurshan@...

Researching
KURSHAN-Lithuania-http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/
~kurshanfamily/index.html
BLANK-Russia MEYER-Russia,Poland
ROSENTHAL-Russia JONAP-Hungary
FRIEDMAN-Hungary

MODERATOR NOTE: Readers searching for information on names are advised to check
the various sources and databases that JewishGen has available,
including the Given Names Database. Also check the Archives in case
your problem has been previously mentioned.


Town called Gruze #general

hayaher@...
 

Hazel Dakers wrote:
Can anyone help me to identify a town called Gruze in the Warsaw =
district, Russian Poland?


Gruze is actually written: Grojec. Grojec is about 45km south of Warsaw.

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Gr%C3%B3jec&sourceid=ie8-activity&h l==en

As a matter of fact, my husband's family, Herszberg, is originated in
Grojec, Poland.

Happy to assist,

Haya Feld Hershberg
Looking for my fathers Mojzesz Feld (was born in 1923) ancestors:
Juda Feld was married to Syma Szejndla Licht Loffler, 3 sisters and a
brother, all lived in Przemysl, Galicia, Poland.

MODERATOR NOTE: The above site may also be accessed via:

www.tinyurl.com/154h6k


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Town called Gruze #general

hayaher@...
 

Hazel Dakers wrote:
Can anyone help me to identify a town called Gruze in the Warsaw =
district, Russian Poland?


Gruze is actually written: Grojec. Grojec is about 45km south of Warsaw.

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Gr%C3%B3jec&sourceid=ie8-activity&h l==en

As a matter of fact, my husband's family, Herszberg, is originated in
Grojec, Poland.

Happy to assist,

Haya Feld Hershberg
Looking for my fathers Mojzesz Feld (was born in 1923) ancestors:
Juda Feld was married to Syma Szejndla Licht Loffler, 3 sisters and a
brother, all lived in Przemysl, Galicia, Poland.

MODERATOR NOTE: The above site may also be accessed via:

www.tinyurl.com/154h6k


Connecting Stern to Akevoth #usa

Kevin Bowman <kbowman@...>
 

Someone wrote me privately:

It would be very helpful if you would give us the URL for this site.
Yes. Probably, it would have been better if I had spelled "Akevoth"
correctly, too. Here is the website that I have been using.

http://shum.huji.ac.il/~dutchjew/genealog/ashkenazi/index.htm

Here is the Search Engine for Rabbi Stern's First American Jewish Families:

http://www.americanjewisharchives.org/aja/FAJF/search.html

If anyone is just beginning to search for Jewish ancestors of American
families in Amsterdam, I'll add a few points that I picked up.

(1) Beware of fluid spelling. Many names were spelled in multiple ways.
Akevoth will pick one per person, although the notes will often quote
from documents with multiple spellings. So, a name like PEPPER in the
U.S. might be spelled PEPER, PFEFFER or PEEPER in Holland. Try to think
of variant spellings if you are looking for someone.

(2) Dutch Jews did not have to have Surnames until c.a.1810. So,
families that split up around then or before them might have different
surnames. Some went with Patronyms as surnames, some with occupations,
some with place of origin etc. Thus, in America my ancestors were
EZEKIELs, while in Amsterdam, they were SCHREIBERs. They were also
POSNANSKIs.

(3) Most Jews in Amsterdam had both Hebrew names and Dutch names that
they would use outside of the Jewish Community. So, you might find
someone named
"Barend Ber Eliaser Leizer Kater Salomon Cohen-Kampen." His burial
record listed him as "Barend/Ber Eliaser/Leizer Kater/Cohen-Kampen."
His circumcision record listed him as "Yissachar Ber ben Leizer Cohen."
The Akevoth database lists (1) Dutch Name (2)Hebrew Name (3)Dutch
Father's Name (4)Dutch Father's Hebrew Name (5) Surname (6) Patronymic
Surname (7) Hebrew Surname. Most individuals are missing one or more of
these names. This can get confusing.

(4) Because of the alternative spellings and multiple names, sometimes a
Google search of the domain name can be helpful. Plug in what you've
got and hope you strike gold. Akevoth lists nuclear family members all
on one page. So, if you put in father, mother, and the names of three
children and you have an alternative spelling of the last name, you
might find what you are looking for.

(5) Be prepared for some data-entry if you find a connection. I am
still tracing cousins and have added probably 500 names to my family
tree, and am still entering each person by hand. If only they made
downloadable GEDCOMS!. Make your choices early. I decided early that I
would put in the full Dutch name and enter the Hebrew name as an
alternative name, because this was the form my Ancestors used in the
U.S. This was probably a mistake. I probably should have just
followed the Akevoth database. I decided to enter every birth and
marriage according to the Gregorian Calendar where Akevoth has a mix of
Hebrew and Gregorian calendar dates. So, have a good date conversion
site. I use this one: http://www.hebcal.com/converter/ Also, stick to
a pattern if you are tracing lines of descent so you don't get lost when
you take a break.

I'd really be interested in hearing if anyone found this helpful, or if
there are other Early American Jewish genealogists working with the
Dutch records or with Rabbi Stern's family trees.

Kevin Bowman Cincinnati, Ohio


Early American SIG #USA Connecting Stern to Akevoth #usa

Kevin Bowman <kbowman@...>
 

Someone wrote me privately:

It would be very helpful if you would give us the URL for this site.
Yes. Probably, it would have been better if I had spelled "Akevoth"
correctly, too. Here is the website that I have been using.

http://shum.huji.ac.il/~dutchjew/genealog/ashkenazi/index.htm

Here is the Search Engine for Rabbi Stern's First American Jewish Families:

http://www.americanjewisharchives.org/aja/FAJF/search.html

If anyone is just beginning to search for Jewish ancestors of American
families in Amsterdam, I'll add a few points that I picked up.

(1) Beware of fluid spelling. Many names were spelled in multiple ways.
Akevoth will pick one per person, although the notes will often quote
from documents with multiple spellings. So, a name like PEPPER in the
U.S. might be spelled PEPER, PFEFFER or PEEPER in Holland. Try to think
of variant spellings if you are looking for someone.

(2) Dutch Jews did not have to have Surnames until c.a.1810. So,
families that split up around then or before them might have different
surnames. Some went with Patronyms as surnames, some with occupations,
some with place of origin etc. Thus, in America my ancestors were
EZEKIELs, while in Amsterdam, they were SCHREIBERs. They were also
POSNANSKIs.

(3) Most Jews in Amsterdam had both Hebrew names and Dutch names that
they would use outside of the Jewish Community. So, you might find
someone named
"Barend Ber Eliaser Leizer Kater Salomon Cohen-Kampen." His burial
record listed him as "Barend/Ber Eliaser/Leizer Kater/Cohen-Kampen."
His circumcision record listed him as "Yissachar Ber ben Leizer Cohen."
The Akevoth database lists (1) Dutch Name (2)Hebrew Name (3)Dutch
Father's Name (4)Dutch Father's Hebrew Name (5) Surname (6) Patronymic
Surname (7) Hebrew Surname. Most individuals are missing one or more of
these names. This can get confusing.

(4) Because of the alternative spellings and multiple names, sometimes a
Google search of the domain name can be helpful. Plug in what you've
got and hope you strike gold. Akevoth lists nuclear family members all
on one page. So, if you put in father, mother, and the names of three
children and you have an alternative spelling of the last name, you
might find what you are looking for.

(5) Be prepared for some data-entry if you find a connection. I am
still tracing cousins and have added probably 500 names to my family
tree, and am still entering each person by hand. If only they made
downloadable GEDCOMS!. Make your choices early. I decided early that I
would put in the full Dutch name and enter the Hebrew name as an
alternative name, because this was the form my Ancestors used in the
U.S. This was probably a mistake. I probably should have just
followed the Akevoth database. I decided to enter every birth and
marriage according to the Gregorian Calendar where Akevoth has a mix of
Hebrew and Gregorian calendar dates. So, have a good date conversion
site. I use this one: http://www.hebcal.com/converter/ Also, stick to
a pattern if you are tracing lines of descent so you don't get lost when
you take a break.

I'd really be interested in hearing if anyone found this helpful, or if
there are other Early American Jewish genealogists working with the
Dutch records or with Rabbi Stern's family trees.

Kevin Bowman Cincinnati, Ohio