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Prague death registers at Jewish Theological Seminary (Third Try) #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

One more try:

1680 - 1857: http://tinyurl.com/zkpvmuy

1857 - 1868: http://tinyurl.com/zkroym3

1870 - 1890: http://tinyurl.com/hwv22gf

Sorry for the problem. The JewishGen Lyris system seems to be eating =
part of the url when I try to send it.

Randy Schoenberg


Wednesday 8-10-16 Conference- it's nearly GerSIG Day at Seattle 2016! #germany

Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE
 

Dear GerSIG Members

As I type this, I've just sat listening to Karen Franklin speaking
about the Obermayer German Jewish History Awards, Don't forget that
you have until September 21 to nominate for the 2017 Awards.

For much of conference, when not in session, as usual, or so it seems,
GerSIG members have been occupying a table and chair (near electric
sockets, of course) where we have been sharing trees, research and
checking out how we are related to each other. We keep being asked if
the table is "official" - somehow it feels as if it is!

Tomorrow is GerSIG day, where lots of our events take place.

Get Your Questions Answered by the German Research Experts - Please do
bring your research queries and we'll try to help. We will post any
URLs etc to the list after the session
GerSIG Business Meeting - we will have some big announcements and
changes to share
$$$ GER SIG Luncheon: The Three Cemeteries of the Breslau Jewish
Community This is the first event form our invited guest speaker
Stephen Falk
Buried Treasures: hardly known files of genealogical significance in
German archives - C19th Century by Ekkehard Huebschmann
Archival Resources on the Jewish Community of Breslau 1791-1941
(Breslau, Germany, now Wroclaw, Poland) - Stephen's second talk
German Jews in the Holocaust: New Sources of Information - information
shared by Peter Lande

More soon! Jeanette- Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE - usually in London UK
Jeanette.R.Rosenberg@googlemail.com
GerSIG Director for Conference and Event Planning


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Prague death registers at Jewish Theological Seminary (Third Try) #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

One more try:

1680 - 1857: http://tinyurl.com/zkpvmuy

1857 - 1868: http://tinyurl.com/zkroym3

1870 - 1890: http://tinyurl.com/hwv22gf

Sorry for the problem. The JewishGen Lyris system seems to be eating =
part of the url when I try to send it.

Randy Schoenberg


German SIG #Germany Wednesday 8-10-16 Conference- it's nearly GerSIG Day at Seattle 2016! #germany

Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE
 

Dear GerSIG Members

As I type this, I've just sat listening to Karen Franklin speaking
about the Obermayer German Jewish History Awards, Don't forget that
you have until September 21 to nominate for the 2017 Awards.

For much of conference, when not in session, as usual, or so it seems,
GerSIG members have been occupying a table and chair (near electric
sockets, of course) where we have been sharing trees, research and
checking out how we are related to each other. We keep being asked if
the table is "official" - somehow it feels as if it is!

Tomorrow is GerSIG day, where lots of our events take place.

Get Your Questions Answered by the German Research Experts - Please do
bring your research queries and we'll try to help. We will post any
URLs etc to the list after the session
GerSIG Business Meeting - we will have some big announcements and
changes to share
$$$ GER SIG Luncheon: The Three Cemeteries of the Breslau Jewish
Community This is the first event form our invited guest speaker
Stephen Falk
Buried Treasures: hardly known files of genealogical significance in
German archives - C19th Century by Ekkehard Huebschmann
Archival Resources on the Jewish Community of Breslau 1791-1941
(Breslau, Germany, now Wroclaw, Poland) - Stephen's second talk
German Jews in the Holocaust: New Sources of Information - information
shared by Peter Lande

More soon! Jeanette- Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE - usually in London UK
Jeanette.R.Rosenberg@googlemail.com
GerSIG Director for Conference and Event Planning


German-Jewish Web Resources - SITE CITE #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Dear all:

Here's the set of basic links I discussed at my talk at the Seattle 2016
IAJGS meeting on Monday. It is obviously not complete, and probably
needs updating already.

I welcome suggestions for further items on this list.

Greetings >from the Land of Lox,

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ (currently Seattle, WA) USA research
coordinator, GerSIG GerSIG.Research@verizon.net

Basic Resources:
General historical
https://www.wikipedia.org/
Geographical
http://gov.genealogy.net/search/index
http://www.verwaltungsgeschichte.de/ortsbuch39.html
http://www.meyersgaz.org/ -- New!
https://www.google.com/maps/
Communities
http://www.alemannia-judaica.de/index.htm
http://www.sztetl.org.pl/en/
http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/Search.asp
Cemeteries
JOWBR: http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/
http://billiongraves.com/
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
Individuals
The Family Finder:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgffweb.asp

=====> MAKE SURE YOUR NAMES AND TOWNS ARE IN THE JGFF JewishGen
FAMILY FINDER!!! http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgffweb.asp <======

Vital records, etc.
General:
Zentralarchiv (Heidelberg) cemetery list
http://www.zentralarchiv.uni-hd.de/FRIEDHOF/ALLGEM/index.html

Baden-Wuerttemberg archive
B-W Gatermann films
https://www2.landesarchiv-bw.de/ofs21/olf/struktur.php?bestand=5632
Baden 1810-1870-Familysearch indexing underway
North (Karlsruhe):
https://www2.landesarchiv-bw.de/ofs21/olf/struktur.php?bestand=12390
South (Freiburg i.Br.)
https://www2.landesarchiv-bw.de/ofs21/olf/struktur.php?bestand=10028

Hessen:
Hessen Gatermann
https://arcinsys.hessen.de/arcinsys/start.action
Hessen-Kassel portion indexed
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Germany/
Hessen-Darmstadt C 12 (so far, only scraps)
Post-1874 universal registers
http://www.lagis-hessen.de/en/subjects/index/sn/pstr
Cemetery/grave pages
http://www.lagis-hessen.de/en/subjects/index/sn/juf

FamilySearch miscellany

Steinheim Institute:
EpiDat grave pages
http://steinheim-institut.de/cgi-bin/epidat

Nordrhrein-Westfalen
Eastern Westphalia & Lippe (P2) Arnsberg area
(P5):
http://www.archive.nrw.de/LAV_NRW/jsp/bestand.jsp?archivNr=409&expandId=1259&tektId=1266&y=0
Münster area (P8) and Gatermann films (P10): to come.

Leipzig
East German/Poland Gatermann coming soon?

**** Other universal vital records coming on line ****
Cologne and other NR-W
http://historischesarchivkoeln.de/lav/index.php

Alsace (& the rest of France)
http://www.archivosgenbriand.com/index_english.html#

**** Poland ****
Szukajwarchivach.pl http://szukajwarchiwach.pl/
Post -1874 universal registers
Some Jewish records (mostly LDS-filmed)
Posen & Danzig registration cards (Posen is indexed)

http://e-kartoteka.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=9&Itemid=108
Regional sites: more post-1874
Wroclaw http://www.archeion.net/atom/index.php
Olsztyn http://olsztyn.ap.gov.pl/baza/szukaj.php
Torun/Wloclawek & Bydgoszcz /Inowroclaw:
https://www.genealogiawarchiwach.pl/
(Bydgoszcz/Inowroclaw also at szukajwarchiwach.pl)
Szczecin
http://www.szczecin.ap.gov.pl/iCmsModuleArchPublic/showDocuments/nrap/65/nrzesp/672/seria/02
(also at szukajwarchiwach.pl)
JHI Warsaw http://www.jhi.pl/

Breslau community archive
http://cbj.jhi.pl/?q=Synagogengemeinde+zu+Breslau+(Gmina+%C5%BBydowska+we+Wroc%C5%82awiu)+1755+-+1944

Gleiwitz membership cards
http://cbj.jhi.pl/?q=gliwice

http://search.ancestry.com

*** Standesamt registers-some in progress ***
Berlin (some duplicate, some lost)
Hamburg
Dresden
Mainz
Mannheim
Speyer
Worms
Ludwigshafen
Prenzlau, Rhena, Regen, Rostock
Standesamt 1A: duplicates >from formerly-German territories

Pot luck!
Being indexed by town in alphabetic order.
Utter gem: Beuthen/Bytom (complete 1874-1940)
Lots of Breslau fragments
Mannheim Family Registers 1760-1900
Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1900 census
Bavarian WW I records
World Memory Project

US materials-
Naturalization records
NY Jewish orphanages

Indexing
JRI-Poland http://jri-poland.org/jriplweb.htm
Jewish records >from Silesia, Posen Province, etc.
Civil records too
Breslau community membership 1930
In Poland (civil, church, etc.):
http://www.geneszukacz.genealodzy.pl/

**** Familysearch restricted-access ****
Frankfurt
Darmstadt
Hessen post-1874

**** Address books ****
Berliner Adressbücher
http://www.zlb.de/besondere-angebote/berliner-adressbuecher.html
Directory-partly searchable-at http://compgen.de/
More at Polish Virtual Library http://fbc.pionier.net.pl/
http://genealogyindexer.org/ - Poland, Prussia

**** Shoah ****
Gedenkbuch
http://www.bundesarchiv.de/gedenkbuch/directory.html
Yad Vashem
http://www.yadvashem.org/yv/en/resources/index.asp

USHMM
http://www.ushmm.org/research/research-in-collections/search-the-collections

Names project: identify Germany's Jews of 1930s
http://stevemorse.org/germanjews/germanjews.html

Stolpersteine: many local projects
http://www.stolpersteine-wolfenbuettel.de/start/

Archives and libraries
Leo Baeck Institute-archive mostly on line now
http://cjh.org/
Lots of family trees
Berthold Rosenthal (Baden, some Hessen)
Rudolf Jacob Simonis
Charles Perry Stanton (Franconia, etc.)
Jacob Jacobson (Berlin, etc.--in progress)
Community histories

Aufbau
http://www.calzareth.com/aufbau/search.html -- the Aufbau index

Polish state archives-Lissa, etc.
dLibra
Frankfurt U collection

Germany & Austria (not Galicia, etc.!)
http://genteam.at/index.php

**** Two nifty population density maps ****
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/23/Verbreitung_der_Juden_im_deutschen_Reich.jpg
(Germany)

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bf/Juden_1881.JPG
(Central/Eastern Europe)

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ (currently Seattle, WA) USA research
coordinator, GerSIG GerSIG.Research@verizon.net


German SIG #Germany German-Jewish Web Resources - SITE CITE #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Dear all:

Here's the set of basic links I discussed at my talk at the Seattle 2016
IAJGS meeting on Monday. It is obviously not complete, and probably
needs updating already.

I welcome suggestions for further items on this list.

Greetings >from the Land of Lox,

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ (currently Seattle, WA) USA research
coordinator, GerSIG GerSIG.Research@verizon.net

Basic Resources:
General historical
https://www.wikipedia.org/
Geographical
http://gov.genealogy.net/search/index
http://www.verwaltungsgeschichte.de/ortsbuch39.html
http://www.meyersgaz.org/ -- New!
https://www.google.com/maps/
Communities
http://www.alemannia-judaica.de/index.htm
http://www.sztetl.org.pl/en/
http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/Search.asp
Cemeteries
JOWBR: http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/
http://billiongraves.com/
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
Individuals
The Family Finder:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgffweb.asp

=====> MAKE SURE YOUR NAMES AND TOWNS ARE IN THE JGFF JewishGen
FAMILY FINDER!!! http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgffweb.asp <======

Vital records, etc.
General:
Zentralarchiv (Heidelberg) cemetery list
http://www.zentralarchiv.uni-hd.de/FRIEDHOF/ALLGEM/index.html

Baden-Wuerttemberg archive
B-W Gatermann films
https://www2.landesarchiv-bw.de/ofs21/olf/struktur.php?bestand=5632
Baden 1810-1870-Familysearch indexing underway
North (Karlsruhe):
https://www2.landesarchiv-bw.de/ofs21/olf/struktur.php?bestand=12390
South (Freiburg i.Br.)
https://www2.landesarchiv-bw.de/ofs21/olf/struktur.php?bestand=10028

Hessen:
Hessen Gatermann
https://arcinsys.hessen.de/arcinsys/start.action
Hessen-Kassel portion indexed
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Germany/
Hessen-Darmstadt C 12 (so far, only scraps)
Post-1874 universal registers
http://www.lagis-hessen.de/en/subjects/index/sn/pstr
Cemetery/grave pages
http://www.lagis-hessen.de/en/subjects/index/sn/juf

FamilySearch miscellany

Steinheim Institute:
EpiDat grave pages
http://steinheim-institut.de/cgi-bin/epidat

Nordrhrein-Westfalen
Eastern Westphalia & Lippe (P2) Arnsberg area
(P5):
http://www.archive.nrw.de/LAV_NRW/jsp/bestand.jsp?archivNr=409&expandId=1259&tektId=1266&y=0
Münster area (P8) and Gatermann films (P10): to come.

Leipzig
East German/Poland Gatermann coming soon?

**** Other universal vital records coming on line ****
Cologne and other NR-W
http://historischesarchivkoeln.de/lav/index.php

Alsace (& the rest of France)
http://www.archivosgenbriand.com/index_english.html#

**** Poland ****
Szukajwarchivach.pl http://szukajwarchiwach.pl/
Post -1874 universal registers
Some Jewish records (mostly LDS-filmed)
Posen & Danzig registration cards (Posen is indexed)

http://e-kartoteka.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=9&Itemid=108
Regional sites: more post-1874
Wroclaw http://www.archeion.net/atom/index.php
Olsztyn http://olsztyn.ap.gov.pl/baza/szukaj.php
Torun/Wloclawek & Bydgoszcz /Inowroclaw:
https://www.genealogiawarchiwach.pl/
(Bydgoszcz/Inowroclaw also at szukajwarchiwach.pl)
Szczecin
http://www.szczecin.ap.gov.pl/iCmsModuleArchPublic/showDocuments/nrap/65/nrzesp/672/seria/02
(also at szukajwarchiwach.pl)
JHI Warsaw http://www.jhi.pl/

Breslau community archive
http://cbj.jhi.pl/?q=Synagogengemeinde+zu+Breslau+(Gmina+%C5%BBydowska+we+Wroc%C5%82awiu)+1755+-+1944

Gleiwitz membership cards
http://cbj.jhi.pl/?q=gliwice

http://search.ancestry.com

*** Standesamt registers-some in progress ***
Berlin (some duplicate, some lost)
Hamburg
Dresden
Mainz
Mannheim
Speyer
Worms
Ludwigshafen
Prenzlau, Rhena, Regen, Rostock
Standesamt 1A: duplicates >from formerly-German territories

Pot luck!
Being indexed by town in alphabetic order.
Utter gem: Beuthen/Bytom (complete 1874-1940)
Lots of Breslau fragments
Mannheim Family Registers 1760-1900
Mecklenburg-Schwerin 1900 census
Bavarian WW I records
World Memory Project

US materials-
Naturalization records
NY Jewish orphanages

Indexing
JRI-Poland http://jri-poland.org/jriplweb.htm
Jewish records >from Silesia, Posen Province, etc.
Civil records too
Breslau community membership 1930
In Poland (civil, church, etc.):
http://www.geneszukacz.genealodzy.pl/

**** Familysearch restricted-access ****
Frankfurt
Darmstadt
Hessen post-1874

**** Address books ****
Berliner Adressbücher
http://www.zlb.de/besondere-angebote/berliner-adressbuecher.html
Directory-partly searchable-at http://compgen.de/
More at Polish Virtual Library http://fbc.pionier.net.pl/
http://genealogyindexer.org/ - Poland, Prussia

**** Shoah ****
Gedenkbuch
http://www.bundesarchiv.de/gedenkbuch/directory.html
Yad Vashem
http://www.yadvashem.org/yv/en/resources/index.asp

USHMM
http://www.ushmm.org/research/research-in-collections/search-the-collections

Names project: identify Germany's Jews of 1930s
http://stevemorse.org/germanjews/germanjews.html

Stolpersteine: many local projects
http://www.stolpersteine-wolfenbuettel.de/start/

Archives and libraries
Leo Baeck Institute-archive mostly on line now
http://cjh.org/
Lots of family trees
Berthold Rosenthal (Baden, some Hessen)
Rudolf Jacob Simonis
Charles Perry Stanton (Franconia, etc.)
Jacob Jacobson (Berlin, etc.--in progress)
Community histories

Aufbau
http://www.calzareth.com/aufbau/search.html -- the Aufbau index

Polish state archives-Lissa, etc.
dLibra
Frankfurt U collection

Germany & Austria (not Galicia, etc.!)
http://genteam.at/index.php

**** Two nifty population density maps ****
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/23/Verbreitung_der_Juden_im_deutschen_Reich.jpg
(Germany)

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/bf/Juden_1881.JPG
(Central/Eastern Europe)

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ (currently Seattle, WA) USA research
coordinator, GerSIG GerSIG.Research@verizon.net


Prague death registers at Jewish Theological Seminary #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Prague death registers at Jewish Theological Seminary #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 


IAJGS Report #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

We had a terrific turnout in Seattle for the Austria-Czech day at the IAJGS Jewish genealogy
conference. The day began with our guest speaker Vaclav (Fred) Chvatal speaking about
early migration to small Bohemian villages. Then we had a large SIG meeting where everyone
introduced themselves. It was great to see one of our early SIG founders, Barry Spinak, who
may have accidentally volunteered to take over the webmaster position again, so our web
pages can be updated. :-) We talked about our need to index all of the town records on
Badatelna, following the example set by Art Spira, who recently added over 9,000 records
from Trebic to JewishGen. Our luncheon speaker Thomas Fuerth regaled us once again with
a fabulous walk through the crowded old Jewish town in Prague, following a family through
several generations, showing where they lived with old photos and paintings of the town.
After lunch I presented my annual "What's New in Austrian and Czech Genealogy"
presentation. The powerpoint can be downloaded at http://tinyurl.com/jeeny66. In the late
afternoon Vivian Kahn spoke about migration to Hungary and Burgenland >from Bohemia and
Moravia. We had a lively discussion afterwards. In the evening Tony Kahane spoke about
members of the Viennese Schifferes family who were sent to Dachau, Drancy and Auschwitz.

After it was all done, Alex Calzareth told me about some amazing Prague death registers that
he found online at the Jewish Theological Seminary

1680 - 1857: http://garfield.jtsa.edu:1801/webclient/DeliveryManager?pid=143974&custom_att_2=direct
1857 - 1868: http://garfield.jtsa.edu:1801/webclient/DeliveryManager?pid=141338&custom_att_2=direct
1870 - 1890: http://garfield.jtsa.edu:1801/webclient/DeliveryManager?pid=41125&custom_att_2=direct

These kept me up very late as I pushed back my Prague family another generation and
discovered two new family names (MISLAP and RAUSNITZ)!

Thanks everyone who attended, and especially to our conference coordinator Vera Finberg,
who worked so hard to make everything such a success. We are already talking about next year
in Orlando, Florida.

The conference last until Friday, and I have another talk today on Collaborative Genealogy on
Geni.com (powerpoint at tinyurl.com/grotgdm). With so many of us working together, and the
availability of so many records, it's obvious that we have the best SIG in all of Jewish
genealogy!

Randy Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA
Austria-Czech SIG Coordinator/Moderator


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech IAJGS Report #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

We had a terrific turnout in Seattle for the Austria-Czech day at the IAJGS Jewish genealogy
conference. The day began with our guest speaker Vaclav (Fred) Chvatal speaking about
early migration to small Bohemian villages. Then we had a large SIG meeting where everyone
introduced themselves. It was great to see one of our early SIG founders, Barry Spinak, who
may have accidentally volunteered to take over the webmaster position again, so our web
pages can be updated. :-) We talked about our need to index all of the town records on
Badatelna, following the example set by Art Spira, who recently added over 9,000 records
from Trebic to JewishGen. Our luncheon speaker Thomas Fuerth regaled us once again with
a fabulous walk through the crowded old Jewish town in Prague, following a family through
several generations, showing where they lived with old photos and paintings of the town.
After lunch I presented my annual "What's New in Austrian and Czech Genealogy"
presentation. The powerpoint can be downloaded at http://tinyurl.com/jeeny66. In the late
afternoon Vivian Kahn spoke about migration to Hungary and Burgenland >from Bohemia and
Moravia. We had a lively discussion afterwards. In the evening Tony Kahane spoke about
members of the Viennese Schifferes family who were sent to Dachau, Drancy and Auschwitz.

After it was all done, Alex Calzareth told me about some amazing Prague death registers that
he found online at the Jewish Theological Seminary

1680 - 1857: http://garfield.jtsa.edu:1801/webclient/DeliveryManager?pid=143974&custom_att_2=direct
1857 - 1868: http://garfield.jtsa.edu:1801/webclient/DeliveryManager?pid=141338&custom_att_2=direct
1870 - 1890: http://garfield.jtsa.edu:1801/webclient/DeliveryManager?pid=41125&custom_att_2=direct

These kept me up very late as I pushed back my Prague family another generation and
discovered two new family names (MISLAP and RAUSNITZ)!

Thanks everyone who attended, and especially to our conference coordinator Vera Finberg,
who worked so hard to make everything such a success. We are already talking about next year
in Orlando, Florida.

The conference last until Friday, and I have another talk today on Collaborative Genealogy on
Geni.com (powerpoint at tinyurl.com/grotgdm). With so many of us working together, and the
availability of so many records, it's obvious that we have the best SIG in all of Jewish
genealogy!

Randy Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA
Austria-Czech SIG Coordinator/Moderator


Handout from Peter Lande's talk on German Jews in the Holocaust #germany

Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE
 

Dear GerSIG Members

Here is a link to the URLs >from Peter Lande's talk this afternoon: [*]

http://wp.me/p3cjNY-3s

His talk was "German Jews in the Holocaust: New Sources of Information."

More soon!

Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE - Jeanette.R.Rosenberg@googlemail.com

* Wednesday, 10 August, 2016, at Seattle 2016 - IAJGS Conference


German SIG #Germany Handout from Peter Lande's talk on German Jews in the Holocaust #germany

Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE
 

Dear GerSIG Members

Here is a link to the URLs >from Peter Lande's talk this afternoon: [*]

http://wp.me/p3cjNY-3s

His talk was "German Jews in the Holocaust: New Sources of Information."

More soon!

Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE - Jeanette.R.Rosenberg@googlemail.com

* Wednesday, 10 August, 2016, at Seattle 2016 - IAJGS Conference


Registration rules for birth certificates, marriage and death in Poland #general

Shelley Mitchell
 

Excellent explanation! Thank you so much for the information.

Shelley Mitchell


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Registration rules for birth certificates, marriage and death in Poland #general

Shelley Mitchell
 

Excellent explanation! Thank you so much for the information.

Shelley Mitchell


Meche (Martha) Stieglitz #general

Nicole Yossefi <nicole.y.de.c@...>
 

Hello
I need information about the descendants of Meche Stieglitz born in
1913, Germany and her sister Zita born in 1922. Their parents were Blima
(Bertha) Stern and Isaak Leiner (Stieglitz).
The family arrived in New York 1938.
Many thanks,
Nicole Yossefi.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Meche (Martha) Stieglitz #general

Nicole Yossefi <nicole.y.de.c@...>
 

Hello
I need information about the descendants of Meche Stieglitz born in
1913, Germany and her sister Zita born in 1922. Their parents were Blima
(Bertha) Stern and Isaak Leiner (Stieglitz).
The family arrived in New York 1938.
Many thanks,
Nicole Yossefi.


Hebrew translantion & possibly Russian #general

Walter Rosett
 

I have posted on ViewMate the cover and a written page >from a Prayer book.
The cover is in Hebrew and Russian and the written page in Hebrew (I
believe). I would gratefully appreciate translations. The addresses are:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49716

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49717

Walter Rosett
Albuquerque NM
wrosett@mindspring.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hebrew translantion & possibly Russian #general

Walter Rosett
 

I have posted on ViewMate the cover and a written page >from a Prayer book.
The cover is in Hebrew and Russian and the written page in Hebrew (I
believe). I would gratefully appreciate translations. The addresses are:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49716

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49717

Walter Rosett
Albuquerque NM
wrosett@mindspring.com


Translation from Cyrillic Russian to English #general

Lynne Kaffko
 

I have submitted the death record for Chana Kawka. I believe she is the
first wife of Leib Gerszk Kawka. I am hoping to get a complete
translation of the document, but if not possible as much information
that could help me identify her. Such as age, name of parents,
husband and surviving children's names. Also, the city is listed in
the upper left hand corner is listed as Edwabno. Could that
actually be Jedwabne? Thank you very much for your help.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49734

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you again for any help you can give me.

Lynne Kaffko

Researching the following surnames: KAWKIEWICZ, KAWKA, CHMIEL, KALEKA,
GIELCHINSKY, all >from the Lomza, Bialystok area.


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Lynne Kaffko
 

I have submitted the death record for Chana Kawka. I believe she is the
first wife of Leib Gerszk Kawka. I am hoping to get a complete
translation of the document, but if not possible as much information
that could help me identify her. Such as age, name of parents,
husband and surviving children's names. Also, the city is listed in
the upper left hand corner is listed as Edwabno. Could that
actually be Jedwabne? Thank you very much for your help.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49734

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you again for any help you can give me.

Lynne Kaffko

Researching the following surnames: KAWKIEWICZ, KAWKA, CHMIEL, KALEKA,
GIELCHINSKY, all >from the Lomza, Bialystok area.

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