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Re: What are possible explanations for this contradiction? #general

Harvey Kabaker
 

Is the record in columnar style? The son may not have been reported to
the authorities when he was born, so the date shows when it was reported.

Alternatively, maybe the father and his first wife got back together
after the second divorce, with or without benefit of re-marriage.

Harvey Kabaker

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Roy Ogus wrote:

I've come across an interesting contradiction with some family records
that I have found in the Lithuanian archive records. I would appreciate
any thoughts you may have for possible explanations for this
discrepancy. The following is the situation:

I found the birth record for the son of one of the couples in my family
tree. The birth record, registered in the city of Vilnius, was dated 10
February 1895. I have both the record information >from the All Lithuania
Database, as well as the actual images of the record itself which
confirm that the information in the ALD reference is correct.

I then found a divorce record for the same couple who were the parents
of the above child dated 9 October 1890, also registered in Vilnius. The
names of the couple (surnames, given names, fathers? names) are somewhat
unusual, and the combination of all the names is exactly the same for
both the birth record and the divorce record, so I'm quite sure that
both records refer to the same couple. Again, I also have the image of
the records.

Interestingly, I also found what appears to be another divorce record
for the same man dated 17 March 1898, with a different wife's name. So
it appears that he must have remarried again and re-divorced. However, I
was not able to find a record of the second marriage.

The contradiction, of course, is that the 1895 birth record appears to
be some 5 years after the couple was supposedly divorced.

Can anyone think of an explanation for this apparent contradiction?
Again, I'm pretty sure that both the birth record and the divorce record
refer to the same couple. Thanks for any thoughts you may have!

Roy Ogus


Ukrainian Translation #ukraine

Marilyn Levinson
 

Dear Jewish genners
I would be most grateful if any one could recommend a translator who could
translate a Ukrainian document into English. Thank you.

Marilyn Levinson
Spring Lake NC

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: What are possible explanations for this contradiction? #general

Harvey Kabaker
 

Is the record in columnar style? The son may not have been reported to
the authorities when he was born, so the date shows when it was reported.

Alternatively, maybe the father and his first wife got back together
after the second divorce, with or without benefit of re-marriage.

Harvey Kabaker

---------------------------------
Roy Ogus wrote:

I've come across an interesting contradiction with some family records
that I have found in the Lithuanian archive records. I would appreciate
any thoughts you may have for possible explanations for this
discrepancy. The following is the situation:

I found the birth record for the son of one of the couples in my family
tree. The birth record, registered in the city of Vilnius, was dated 10
February 1895. I have both the record information >from the All Lithuania
Database, as well as the actual images of the record itself which
confirm that the information in the ALD reference is correct.

I then found a divorce record for the same couple who were the parents
of the above child dated 9 October 1890, also registered in Vilnius. The
names of the couple (surnames, given names, fathers? names) are somewhat
unusual, and the combination of all the names is exactly the same for
both the birth record and the divorce record, so I'm quite sure that
both records refer to the same couple. Again, I also have the image of
the records.

Interestingly, I also found what appears to be another divorce record
for the same man dated 17 March 1898, with a different wife's name. So
it appears that he must have remarried again and re-divorced. However, I
was not able to find a record of the second marriage.

The contradiction, of course, is that the 1895 birth record appears to
be some 5 years after the couple was supposedly divorced.

Can anyone think of an explanation for this apparent contradiction?
Again, I'm pretty sure that both the birth record and the divorce record
refer to the same couple. Thanks for any thoughts you may have!

Roy Ogus


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Ukrainian Translation #ukraine

Marilyn Levinson
 

Dear Jewish genners
I would be most grateful if any one could recommend a translator who could
translate a Ukrainian document into English. Thank you.

Marilyn Levinson
Spring Lake NC

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Re: Research illegal ship Dora (aliyah bet 1939) #general

marjorie short
 

See book Clandestine Immigration to Palestine 1938 - 1948 by Paul H Silverstone.
There is a photo of the Dora.

Marjorie Short
Boston , MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Research illegal ship Dora (aliyah bet 1939) #general

marjorie short
 

See book Clandestine Immigration to Palestine 1938 - 1948 by Paul H Silverstone.
There is a photo of the Dora.

Marjorie Short
Boston , MA


Cemetery Triest #general

Traude Triebel
 

Johannes Reiss, director >from the Jewish Museum Eisenstadt, made a new
update for the Jewish cemetery Triest
http://www.ojm.at/blog/juedischer-friedhof-triest/personenregister/

"A benefactor to all who fell down, he lifted them up" (Dr. Sigismond
Spierer, 1925) A follow-up regarding the Jewish cemetery of Trieste: Another
187 graves have been put online (altogether there are 349 now), 791
individual names are indexed! Again one finds prominent names such as the
famous liquor dynasty Stock or Luzzatto, Morpurgo and Minerbi and several
families >from Vienna, Hohenems and Burgenland (such as Gerstl, Brunner or
Ascoli), there is the headstone of Trieste's long-time chief rabbi Dr. Paolo
Nissim, a headstone >from Trieste's old Jewish cemetery from
1836 and many beautiful and touching grave inscriptions in Hebrew which have
all been translated - and also many Triestine Jews which fell victim to the
Nazi terror.

Traude Triebel
A-2700 Wr.Neustadt


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Cemetery Triest #general

Traude Triebel
 

Johannes Reiss, director >from the Jewish Museum Eisenstadt, made a new
update for the Jewish cemetery Triest
http://www.ojm.at/blog/juedischer-friedhof-triest/personenregister/

"A benefactor to all who fell down, he lifted them up" (Dr. Sigismond
Spierer, 1925) A follow-up regarding the Jewish cemetery of Trieste: Another
187 graves have been put online (altogether there are 349 now), 791
individual names are indexed! Again one finds prominent names such as the
famous liquor dynasty Stock or Luzzatto, Morpurgo and Minerbi and several
families >from Vienna, Hohenems and Burgenland (such as Gerstl, Brunner or
Ascoli), there is the headstone of Trieste's long-time chief rabbi Dr. Paolo
Nissim, a headstone >from Trieste's old Jewish cemetery from
1836 and many beautiful and touching grave inscriptions in Hebrew which have
all been translated - and also many Triestine Jews which fell victim to the
Nazi terror.

Traude Triebel
A-2700 Wr.Neustadt


Hans Erich OPPENHEIM #general

Julia Trainor
 

Dear fellow researchers

I am looking for descendants of Hans OPPENHEIM, born Brno, Czech Republic in
1909. I understand that Hans and his wife Eva Laurent entered the USA in
March 1939, followed in August of the same year by the arrival of Hans'
parents Max and Julie Oppenheim. Max and Julie Oppenheim both died in
California LA in 1961 but I do not know what became of their son Hans. He
may have changed his given name.

Hans Oppenheim was the second cousin, of my mother. I would like to make
contact with any descendants of Hans Oppenheim.

Julia Trainor
Canberra, Australia
Researching SCHMIDL, GLESINGER, FESSLER, GOTTLIEB, WEINGARTEN, AUSPITZER,
DEUTSCH >from Moravia, Czech Republic

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hans Erich OPPENHEIM #general

Julia Trainor
 

Dear fellow researchers

I am looking for descendants of Hans OPPENHEIM, born Brno, Czech Republic in
1909. I understand that Hans and his wife Eva Laurent entered the USA in
March 1939, followed in August of the same year by the arrival of Hans'
parents Max and Julie Oppenheim. Max and Julie Oppenheim both died in
California LA in 1961 but I do not know what became of their son Hans. He
may have changed his given name.

Hans Oppenheim was the second cousin, of my mother. I would like to make
contact with any descendants of Hans Oppenheim.

Julia Trainor
Canberra, Australia
Researching SCHMIDL, GLESINGER, FESSLER, GOTTLIEB, WEINGARTEN, AUSPITZER,
DEUTSCH >from Moravia, Czech Republic

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Thanks #ukraine

Hannah Berliner Fischthal
 

Thanks for all those helping me with "gramotny" which I now know means "illiterate." Special thank yous to Jane Liss, Jean-Gerard (Yankele), Janet Furba, Katia Simbsler, Steven Rosenberg, Igor Schein, Michael Levine, and Jane Neff Rollins (Sherlock Combs)!!

Gratefully,
Hannah B. Fischthal
Jamaica, NY
HannahBF@...


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Thanks #ukraine

Hannah Berliner Fischthal
 

Thanks for all those helping me with "gramotny" which I now know means "illiterate." Special thank yous to Jane Liss, Jean-Gerard (Yankele), Janet Furba, Katia Simbsler, Steven Rosenberg, Igor Schein, Michael Levine, and Jane Neff Rollins (Sherlock Combs)!!

Gratefully,
Hannah B. Fischthal
Jamaica, NY
HannahBF@...


Database Listing What records are Available at Each Archive in Eastern Europe #general

Michelle Sandler
 

I saw a few months ago a website that had a database that was like the
Routs to Roots Foundation Website. This database listed what records
each archive in Eastern Europe had. Does any one know the name of
this website or how to find it. It was more up to date then RTRF.

Michelle Sandler
Westminster, California


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Database Listing What records are Available at Each Archive in Eastern Europe #general

Michelle Sandler
 

I saw a few months ago a website that had a database that was like the
Routs to Roots Foundation Website. This database listed what records
each archive in Eastern Europe had. Does any one know the name of
this website or how to find it. It was more up to date then RTRF.

Michelle Sandler
Westminster, California


Looking for a photo of an Edmonton Cemetery, England, gravestone #general

Roy Ogus <r_ogus@...>
 

Does anyone know whether photos of the gravestones at the Edmonton Cemetery
in England are available on-line?

If not, would someone be willing to take a photo of a gravestone for me? I
have the full details of the location of the stone in the cemetery.

Many thanks!

Roy Ogus
Palo Alto, California
r_ogus at hotmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for a photo of an Edmonton Cemetery, England, gravestone #general

Roy Ogus <r_ogus@...>
 

Does anyone know whether photos of the gravestones at the Edmonton Cemetery
in England are available on-line?

If not, would someone be willing to take a photo of a gravestone for me? I
have the full details of the location of the stone in the cemetery.

Many thanks!

Roy Ogus
Palo Alto, California
r_ogus at hotmail.com


Russian/Yiddish translation - ViewMate #general

Tammy
 

Hello,
I've posted a birth record on ViewMate. I am hoping I found the correct image
for the birth of Khiena Ester RABINOWITZ. If it is, I would appreciate a
translation of what it says. The document is in Russian as well as in Yiddish.
I would greatly appreciate a translation.

Here is the link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49211

Thank you so much!
Tammy Weingarten

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond within the ViewMate application or, privately,
via email.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Russian/Yiddish translation - ViewMate #general

Tammy
 

Hello,
I've posted a birth record on ViewMate. I am hoping I found the correct image
for the birth of Khiena Ester RABINOWITZ. If it is, I would appreciate a
translation of what it says. The document is in Russian as well as in Yiddish.
I would greatly appreciate a translation.

Here is the link:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49211

Thank you so much!
Tammy Weingarten

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond within the ViewMate application or, privately,
via email.


Budapest (Jewish?) Deaf School #hungary

Jake Jacobs
 

I am looking for information about a school for the deaf or deaf/mute in Bu=
dapest. my great-aunt attended this school at the end of the 19th century. =
I've been told the records are all gone. If anyone knows anything, I would=
much appreciate your contacting me. Thank you!

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas


Hungary SIG #Hungary Budapest (Jewish?) Deaf School #hungary

Jake Jacobs
 

I am looking for information about a school for the deaf or deaf/mute in Bu=
dapest. my great-aunt attended this school at the end of the 19th century. =
I've been told the records are all gone. If anyone knows anything, I would=
much appreciate your contacting me. Thank you!

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas

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