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KALMAN / COHEN and MOSS #unitedkingdom

hoekie@...
 

Hi Genners,

I am looking for Patricia KALMAN (living) who visited Nancy LUCKETT (nee
MOSS) of Bognor Regis in the years before she died in 1977. Aunt Nancy is a
blood relative in common.
Patricia married Ian COHEN, probably live in or around London.

Pieter Hoekstra
Sydney Australia
hoekie@...

Researching;
MOSS - London and Brighton
COHEN - London
KALMAN - London
LUCKETT - Hampshire
HOEKSTRA - Friesland


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom KALMAN / COHEN and MOSS #unitedkingdom

hoekie@...
 

Hi Genners,

I am looking for Patricia KALMAN (living) who visited Nancy LUCKETT (nee
MOSS) of Bognor Regis in the years before she died in 1977. Aunt Nancy is a
blood relative in common.
Patricia married Ian COHEN, probably live in or around London.

Pieter Hoekstra
Sydney Australia
hoekie@...

Researching;
MOSS - London and Brighton
COHEN - London
KALMAN - London
LUCKETT - Hampshire
HOEKSTRA - Friesland


IAJGS Awards Deadline #general

Jackye Sullins <jsullins@...>
 

This is a reminder that the deadline for IAJGS Awards submissions is April
1st.

Nominations for all four award categories are to be submitted online via a
One-Step form. If additional "hard-copy" material is required to be sent,
complete instructions are contained on the online One-Step form.

The online form is at http://stevemorse.org/awards/nominate.php

Each year the IAJGS (International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies) recognizes individuals and organizations with four prestigious
awards for excellence in Jewish genealogy.

The four award categories are:

1. IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award

2. Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print
or Electronic Product

3. Outstanding Programming or Project that Advanced the Objectives of
Jewish Genealogy

4. Outstanding Publication by a Member Organization of IAJGS

For details on each award and a listing of all previous winners, go to
http://www.iajgs.org/awards/awards.html

Please note that nominations can be made only by member organizations of
the IAJGS and not by individuals. However, we encourage individuals to
be part of the process by contacting their local organization and
suggesting worthy recipients. For a list of the JGSs and SIGs that make
up the IAJGS, see http://www.iajgs.org/members/members.html

The recipients of the 2010 awards will be announced at the annual IAJGS
conference banquet in Los Angeles on July 15, 2010.

Committee:

Chair: Peter Lande, Washington, D.C. USA Chairman pdlande@...
Members: Hymie Reichstein, Ottawa, Canada reichstein@...
Jackye Sullins, San Diego, CA USA jsullins@... (IAJGS Board
Member)
Anne Feder Lee, Honolulu, Hawaii USA federlee@... (IAJGS Board Member)
Mathilde Tagger, Jerusalem, Israel macsta@...

Questions? Contact Peter at pdlande@...

Jackye Sullins
IAJGS Awards Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IAJGS Awards Deadline #general

Jackye Sullins <jsullins@...>
 

This is a reminder that the deadline for IAJGS Awards submissions is April
1st.

Nominations for all four award categories are to be submitted online via a
One-Step form. If additional "hard-copy" material is required to be sent,
complete instructions are contained on the online One-Step form.

The online form is at http://stevemorse.org/awards/nominate.php

Each year the IAJGS (International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies) recognizes individuals and organizations with four prestigious
awards for excellence in Jewish genealogy.

The four award categories are:

1. IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award

2. Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print
or Electronic Product

3. Outstanding Programming or Project that Advanced the Objectives of
Jewish Genealogy

4. Outstanding Publication by a Member Organization of IAJGS

For details on each award and a listing of all previous winners, go to
http://www.iajgs.org/awards/awards.html

Please note that nominations can be made only by member organizations of
the IAJGS and not by individuals. However, we encourage individuals to
be part of the process by contacting their local organization and
suggesting worthy recipients. For a list of the JGSs and SIGs that make
up the IAJGS, see http://www.iajgs.org/members/members.html

The recipients of the 2010 awards will be announced at the annual IAJGS
conference banquet in Los Angeles on July 15, 2010.

Committee:

Chair: Peter Lande, Washington, D.C. USA Chairman pdlande@...
Members: Hymie Reichstein, Ottawa, Canada reichstein@...
Jackye Sullins, San Diego, CA USA jsullins@... (IAJGS Board
Member)
Anne Feder Lee, Honolulu, Hawaii USA federlee@... (IAJGS Board Member)
Mathilde Tagger, Jerusalem, Israel macsta@...

Questions? Contact Peter at pdlande@...

Jackye Sullins
IAJGS Awards Committee


Bayside (NY) Cemetery Project #general

Helene Kenvin <hekenvin@...>
 

I would be grateful if someone would give me contact information
for the leaders of the project to clean up Bayside (NY) cemetery.

With thanks,
Helene Kenvin

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bayside (NY) Cemetery Project #general

Helene Kenvin <hekenvin@...>
 

I would be grateful if someone would give me contact information
for the leaders of the project to clean up Bayside (NY) cemetery.

With thanks,
Helene Kenvin

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Balbieriskis Birth Records 1858-1870 translated #general

Dorothy Leivers <dorfleiv@...>
 

The Suwalki Gubernia Research Group of LitvakSIG has received
translations of birth records for the years 1858-1870 for
Balbieriskis. This new file contains 400 lines of data and the excel
spreadsheet is now available . For further information and a surname list,
please contact me privately.

Dorothy Leivers
Coordinator
dorfleiv@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Balbieriskis Birth Records 1858-1870 translated #general

Dorothy Leivers <dorfleiv@...>
 

The Suwalki Gubernia Research Group of LitvakSIG has received
translations of birth records for the years 1858-1870 for
Balbieriskis. This new file contains 400 lines of data and the excel
spreadsheet is now available . For further information and a surname list,
please contact me privately.

Dorothy Leivers
Coordinator
dorfleiv@...


Puerto Rico Scraps Previously Issued Birth Certs due to Idenity Theft Concerns #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The US Territory of Puerto Rico passed a law in January of this year that
went into effect immediately invalidating all previously issued Puerto Rican
birth certificates. New birth certificates will not be issued until July
2010 leaving those born in Puerto Rica in limbo if they need identification
to get driver's licenses etc.

Several states have already stopped accepting Puerto Rican birth
certificates for identity. This was enacted as the Puerto Rican legislature
believes that the birth certificates are a cause of identity theft based on
a report of fraudulent US passports issued using PR birth certificates.
The attached is an article >from the NY Daily News March 12, 2010
http://tinyurl.com/yfrt3dr
[or http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/2010/03/12/2010-03-12_old_puerto_rico_birth_certificates_to_be_scrapped_due_to_identity_theft_scams_le.html --Mod.]

About a year ago another article in the New York Daily News reported
7,000 public school children's birth certificates and Social Security
Numbers were stolen in PR by an identity-theft ring that catered to illegal
immigrants.
http://tinyurl.com/yzzkzfp
[or http://www.nydailynews.com/latino/2009/03/31/2009-03-31_thousands_of_puerto_rican_children_victi.html --Mod.]

Thank you to Paul Silverstone, IAJGS Board Members and Member of the IAJGS
Public Records Access Monitoring Committee for bringing this to our
attention.

Jan Meisels Allen
IAJGS- Director-at-large and
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Puerto Rico Scraps Previously Issued Birth Certs due to Idenity Theft Concerns #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The US Territory of Puerto Rico passed a law in January of this year that
went into effect immediately invalidating all previously issued Puerto Rican
birth certificates. New birth certificates will not be issued until July
2010 leaving those born in Puerto Rica in limbo if they need identification
to get driver's licenses etc.

Several states have already stopped accepting Puerto Rican birth
certificates for identity. This was enacted as the Puerto Rican legislature
believes that the birth certificates are a cause of identity theft based on
a report of fraudulent US passports issued using PR birth certificates.
The attached is an article >from the NY Daily News March 12, 2010
http://tinyurl.com/yfrt3dr
[or http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/2010/03/12/2010-03-12_old_puerto_rico_birth_certificates_to_be_scrapped_due_to_identity_theft_scams_le.html --Mod.]

About a year ago another article in the New York Daily News reported
7,000 public school children's birth certificates and Social Security
Numbers were stolen in PR by an identity-theft ring that catered to illegal
immigrants.
http://tinyurl.com/yzzkzfp
[or http://www.nydailynews.com/latino/2009/03/31/2009-03-31_thousands_of_puerto_rican_children_victi.html --Mod.]

Thank you to Paul Silverstone, IAJGS Board Members and Member of the IAJGS
Public Records Access Monitoring Committee for bringing this to our
attention.

Jan Meisels Allen
IAJGS- Director-at-large and
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Re: Halwojes Hames Burial Society #general

Yehudh bn Shlmo
 

From: Shoshana Kahan <lilishoshana@...>
Sent: Thu, March 11, 2010 9:58:35 AM

"Does anyone know anything about the Halwojes Hames Burial Society,
which apparently only operated at Washington Cemetery in Brooklyn?
This is the burial society that buried an infant Great Uncle of mine.
I'm guessing the name means something like "Haimish Halvayot???" Were
they connected with a particular area in Eastern Europe, or did they
just provide burials for poor Jews in general?"

Shalom Shoshana ,

I remember this name. It is Halvayas ha'Mes, like the Mitzvah. I
traced this to the Hebrew Free Burial Society which was no longer a
comporation and then to a lawyer who assumed responsiblity for them.
I think he pointed me to the Congregation Sons of Judah in Brooklyn
which is somehow connected. I spoke to the Rabbi there but he was
unaware of the connection. That is as far as I was able to go. Or at
least what I have found so far in my notes >from many years ago. If
you are interested I can send you the telephone number/address for
the lawyer and the Shul.

Shabbat Shalom,
Yehudah ben Shlomo


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Halwojes Hames Burial Society #general

Yehudh bn Shlmo
 

From: Shoshana Kahan <lilishoshana@...>
Sent: Thu, March 11, 2010 9:58:35 AM

"Does anyone know anything about the Halwojes Hames Burial Society,
which apparently only operated at Washington Cemetery in Brooklyn?
This is the burial society that buried an infant Great Uncle of mine.
I'm guessing the name means something like "Haimish Halvayot???" Were
they connected with a particular area in Eastern Europe, or did they
just provide burials for poor Jews in general?"

Shalom Shoshana ,

I remember this name. It is Halvayas ha'Mes, like the Mitzvah. I
traced this to the Hebrew Free Burial Society which was no longer a
comporation and then to a lawyer who assumed responsiblity for them.
I think he pointed me to the Congregation Sons of Judah in Brooklyn
which is somehow connected. I spoke to the Rabbi there but he was
unaware of the connection. That is as far as I was able to go. Or at
least what I have found so far in my notes >from many years ago. If
you are interested I can send you the telephone number/address for
the lawyer and the Shul.

Shabbat Shalom,
Yehudah ben Shlomo


Re: Strategy for Approaching Cousins #general

sharon yampell
 

David Schreiber wrote, "I would like some advice on approaching
possible cousins. I originally wrote a detailed, two-page description..."

I agree with what everyone else has told you. I have also found it
helpful to use these mailing lists to enlist the help >from people who
lived or live where you believe your family members were or are. The
use of a site like peoplefinders.com is ideal at finding married or
maiden names and sometimes the names of children to add to your tree.
I found the name of a cousin by her maiden name to find the name of her
husband as well as found the ames of her children and if they were
married or not and if the children had children. I also find that
taking names that you know >from a younger generation who may be on your
tree qne you only know them as a name on the tree, try looking for them
on Facebook or MySpace.

Don't write a long-winded note, just send them a note showing them
where you think the connection is. For example, I always look for the
common ancestor and then write to them and show them where I fit in
and where they fit in....more than half of my friends on Facebook are
cousins. This method also works well when you find a tree or person on
either Ancestry.com or Jewishgen.org

As a community, the genealogy one is a very loving and helpful group
(WTG everyone!!). Two weeks ago today, I receive one of the many posts
that come through my mail box on a daily basis. My eyes were immediately
drawn to a note >from a woman in England who was looking for help in the
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. I immediately responded to say I would
help her if she would help me! I gave her what little information I had
and Within 20 minutes, she responded to say she think she found something
...Ten minutes later, I got another email >from her, with a copy of a
newspaper archive >from a world-wide Jewish Newspaper that had been in
circulation since 1841. They had a section called "Inquiries for Missing
Relatives" and fifth >from the bottom was the name of my great grandfather's
first cousin who was looking for his sister, her husband and three of their
kids. On my own tree, I had the sister's first name, her husband's first
name and the first name of their first child but it did not have a married
name for her. This cousin of my great grandfather, had been raised by this
sister prior to coming to the US; their mother died in childbirth with him,
and his father died four years later...he was then raised by another sister
who was a young widow with six young children and she then sent him to this
sister in England...he came to America >from England. (finding this cousin's
family, has added more than 100 names to my tree!! I have since chatted
with some on facebook, some on yahoo, skyped with four different ones, and
spoke to one who is here in the states.

I am planning a family reunion for this part of the family for next summer
or spring, and many in England say they will come!!

Plus, be patient, what you can't find today, may be there soon...

Sharon Yampell

Alexandrowitz....(Volovitch) Wolovitz/Wolovitz---Borzna Chernigov
Distelfeld/Distenfeld....Lessing/Lessig---Dorna Vatra, Campulung
Jampolsky---Odessa
Dorolotzsky---Kiev
Buchalter/Horwitz---Kinev


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Strategy for Approaching Cousins #general

sharon yampell
 

David Schreiber wrote, "I would like some advice on approaching
possible cousins. I originally wrote a detailed, two-page description..."

I agree with what everyone else has told you. I have also found it
helpful to use these mailing lists to enlist the help >from people who
lived or live where you believe your family members were or are. The
use of a site like peoplefinders.com is ideal at finding married or
maiden names and sometimes the names of children to add to your tree.
I found the name of a cousin by her maiden name to find the name of her
husband as well as found the ames of her children and if they were
married or not and if the children had children. I also find that
taking names that you know >from a younger generation who may be on your
tree qne you only know them as a name on the tree, try looking for them
on Facebook or MySpace.

Don't write a long-winded note, just send them a note showing them
where you think the connection is. For example, I always look for the
common ancestor and then write to them and show them where I fit in
and where they fit in....more than half of my friends on Facebook are
cousins. This method also works well when you find a tree or person on
either Ancestry.com or Jewishgen.org

As a community, the genealogy one is a very loving and helpful group
(WTG everyone!!). Two weeks ago today, I receive one of the many posts
that come through my mail box on a daily basis. My eyes were immediately
drawn to a note >from a woman in England who was looking for help in the
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. I immediately responded to say I would
help her if she would help me! I gave her what little information I had
and Within 20 minutes, she responded to say she think she found something
...Ten minutes later, I got another email >from her, with a copy of a
newspaper archive >from a world-wide Jewish Newspaper that had been in
circulation since 1841. They had a section called "Inquiries for Missing
Relatives" and fifth >from the bottom was the name of my great grandfather's
first cousin who was looking for his sister, her husband and three of their
kids. On my own tree, I had the sister's first name, her husband's first
name and the first name of their first child but it did not have a married
name for her. This cousin of my great grandfather, had been raised by this
sister prior to coming to the US; their mother died in childbirth with him,
and his father died four years later...he was then raised by another sister
who was a young widow with six young children and she then sent him to this
sister in England...he came to America >from England. (finding this cousin's
family, has added more than 100 names to my tree!! I have since chatted
with some on facebook, some on yahoo, skyped with four different ones, and
spoke to one who is here in the states.

I am planning a family reunion for this part of the family for next summer
or spring, and many in England say they will come!!

Plus, be patient, what you can't find today, may be there soon...

Sharon Yampell

Alexandrowitz....(Volovitch) Wolovitz/Wolovitz---Borzna Chernigov
Distelfeld/Distenfeld....Lessing/Lessig---Dorna Vatra, Campulung
Jampolsky---Odessa
Dorolotzsky---Kiev
Buchalter/Horwitz---Kinev


Data of the jewish community of Winnweiler #germany

HHHeilbut@...
 

GerSiggers:
searching the internet following Lars Menk's dictionary, I found the
information of the Jewish community of Winnweiler, 9.2 miles north, northeast of
Kaiserslautern.

Find geographic information about this and other cities
and towns with the JewishGen *** Town Search *** tool.
http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocTown.asp

This information might be of some interest.
1809 / 1810 there are mentioned the heads of Jewish household:
Tammor DREYFUSS
Elias EILBOT
Abraham FROMANN (butcher)
David FROMANN (butcher)
Samuel FROMANN (butcher)
Nathan GRUENEBAUM (dealing with leather)
Philippe LAUFFERTI
widow Sara NATHAN
Abraham NEUGASS (cattle dealer)
Salomon SCHWARZENBERG (dealing with used material)
Abraham STRAUSS (butcher)
Aron TITES (soap dealer)
Moses TITES
Abraham VOGEL

In 1801 the Winnweiler community had 40 inhabitants
1808 ............................40 inhabitants
1825 ............................91 inhabitants
1828 ............................104 inhabitants
1834 ............................143 inhabitants
1848 ............................165 inhabitants

1819/1820 the family STRAUSS founded a synagogue in their house.

www.alemannia-judaica.de/winnweiler_synagoge.htm

Helga Heilbut, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany


IAJGS Awards Deadline #germany

Jackye Sullins <jsullins@...>
 

This is a reminder that the deadline for IAJGS Awards submissions is April 1st.

Nominations for all four award categories are to be submitted online via a
One-Step form. If additional "hard-copy" material is required to be sent,
complete instructions are contained on the online One-Step form.

The online form is at http://stevemorse.org/awards/nominate.php

Each year the IAJGS (International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies) recognizes individuals and organizations with four prestigious
awards for excellence in Jewish genealogy.

The four award categories are:

1. IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award

2. Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print
or Electronic Product

3. Outstanding Programming or Project that Advanced the Objectives of
Jewish Genealogy

4. Outstanding Publication by a Member Organization of IAJGS

For details on each award and a listing of all previous winners, go to
http://www.iajgs.org/awards/awards.html

Please note that nominations can be made only by member organizations of
the IAJGS and not by individuals. However, we encourage individuals to
be part of the process by contacting their local organization and
suggesting worthy recipients. For a list of the JGSs and SIGs that make
up the IAJGS, see http://www.iajgs.org/members/members.html

The recipients of the 2010 awards will be announced at the annual IAJGS
conference banquet in Los Angeles on July 15, 2010.

Committee:

Chair: Peter Lande, Washington, D.C. USA Chairman pdlande@...
Members: Hymie Reichstein, Ottawa, Canada reichstein@...
Jackye Sullins, San Diego, CA USA jsullins@... (IAJGS Board Member)
Anne Feder Lee, Honolulu, Hawaii USA federlee@... (IAJGS Board Member)
Mathilde Tagger, Jerusalem, Israel macsta@...

Questions? Contact Peter at pdlande@...

Jackye Sullins IAJGS Awards Committee


German SIG #Germany Data of the jewish community of Winnweiler #germany

HHHeilbut@...
 

GerSiggers:
searching the internet following Lars Menk's dictionary, I found the
information of the Jewish community of Winnweiler, 9.2 miles north, northeast of
Kaiserslautern.

Find geographic information about this and other cities
and towns with the JewishGen *** Town Search *** tool.
http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocTown.asp

This information might be of some interest.
1809 / 1810 there are mentioned the heads of Jewish household:
Tammor DREYFUSS
Elias EILBOT
Abraham FROMANN (butcher)
David FROMANN (butcher)
Samuel FROMANN (butcher)
Nathan GRUENEBAUM (dealing with leather)
Philippe LAUFFERTI
widow Sara NATHAN
Abraham NEUGASS (cattle dealer)
Salomon SCHWARZENBERG (dealing with used material)
Abraham STRAUSS (butcher)
Aron TITES (soap dealer)
Moses TITES
Abraham VOGEL

In 1801 the Winnweiler community had 40 inhabitants
1808 ............................40 inhabitants
1825 ............................91 inhabitants
1828 ............................104 inhabitants
1834 ............................143 inhabitants
1848 ............................165 inhabitants

1819/1820 the family STRAUSS founded a synagogue in their house.

www.alemannia-judaica.de/winnweiler_synagoge.htm

Helga Heilbut, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany


German SIG #Germany IAJGS Awards Deadline #germany

Jackye Sullins <jsullins@...>
 

This is a reminder that the deadline for IAJGS Awards submissions is April 1st.

Nominations for all four award categories are to be submitted online via a
One-Step form. If additional "hard-copy" material is required to be sent,
complete instructions are contained on the online One-Step form.

The online form is at http://stevemorse.org/awards/nominate.php

Each year the IAJGS (International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies) recognizes individuals and organizations with four prestigious
awards for excellence in Jewish genealogy.

The four award categories are:

1. IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award

2. Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print
or Electronic Product

3. Outstanding Programming or Project that Advanced the Objectives of
Jewish Genealogy

4. Outstanding Publication by a Member Organization of IAJGS

For details on each award and a listing of all previous winners, go to
http://www.iajgs.org/awards/awards.html

Please note that nominations can be made only by member organizations of
the IAJGS and not by individuals. However, we encourage individuals to
be part of the process by contacting their local organization and
suggesting worthy recipients. For a list of the JGSs and SIGs that make
up the IAJGS, see http://www.iajgs.org/members/members.html

The recipients of the 2010 awards will be announced at the annual IAJGS
conference banquet in Los Angeles on July 15, 2010.

Committee:

Chair: Peter Lande, Washington, D.C. USA Chairman pdlande@...
Members: Hymie Reichstein, Ottawa, Canada reichstein@...
Jackye Sullins, San Diego, CA USA jsullins@... (IAJGS Board Member)
Anne Feder Lee, Honolulu, Hawaii USA federlee@... (IAJGS Board Member)
Mathilde Tagger, Jerusalem, Israel macsta@...

Questions? Contact Peter at pdlande@...

Jackye Sullins IAJGS Awards Committee


Re: location in Ukraine #ukraine

Max Heffler
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Madis, Mary [mailto:mmadis@...]
Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2010 12:10 PM
To: Ukraine SIG
Subject: [ukraine] location in Ukraine

Address your forum messages to <ukraine@...>
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dear Ukraine Sig,

My grandfather was >from what is now Bobulintsy, Ukraine. It is in the
Ternopil district. I am trying to find it on a map and can't. Can anyone
help with this? Is it so small it is not showing up? Is it near a larger
town?

Thanks in advance/Mary
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Come to the
30th IAJGS International Conference
on Jewish Genealogy
Los Angeles July 11-16, 2010 http://www.jgsla2010.org
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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: location in Ukraine #ukraine

Max Heffler
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Madis, Mary [mailto:mmadis@...]
Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2010 12:10 PM
To: Ukraine SIG
Subject: [ukraine] location in Ukraine

Address your forum messages to <ukraine@...>
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dear Ukraine Sig,

My grandfather was >from what is now Bobulintsy, Ukraine. It is in the
Ternopil district. I am trying to find it on a map and can't. Can anyone
help with this? Is it so small it is not showing up? Is it near a larger
town?

Thanks in advance/Mary
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Come to the
30th IAJGS International Conference
on Jewish Genealogy
Los Angeles July 11-16, 2010 http://www.jgsla2010.org
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Support the work of YOUR Ukraine-SIG with a contribution
to the JewishGen Ukraine SIG Fund
HELP US TO HELP YOU
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=22
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~
For help with using JewishGen services visit the JewishGen Support Center at
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Support.htm
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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This SIG (ukraine@...) is hosted by JewishGen:
The Home of Jewish Genealogy
Visit our home page at http://www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine/index.htm
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