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Seeking Hanna JUDEL from Braunschweig and Braunschweig vital records #germany

joelle meyer <joelle.meyer24@...>
 

Dear Gersig members,

I am looking for information on the parents of Hanna JUEDEL (u umlaut),
the wife of Samson Raphael HIRSCH.

I know that Hanna was the daughter of Markus (Mordechai) JUEDEL.
She was born in Brunswick (Braunschweig) in 1805.
https://dutchjewry.org/genealogy/duparc/2162.shtml
Based on my research on the Internet I understand she was the only
daughter of the banker or merchant Markus (Mordechai) JUEDEL.

Markus had 3 sons including JUEDEL Markus JUEDEL renamed Julius M=FChling.
The sons were all born in Peine a few kilometers away.
http://www.ljg-brawo.de/Max_Juedel/biografie/Max_Juedel-ausfuehrliche_Biografie.pdf

I saw that some people named Markus (Mordechai) JUEDEL as Mordechai
(JUEDEL) the Levite Oldenbourg. Could someone please be kind to explain
to me what it would mean ? why The Levite? Why Oldenbourg ?

The mother of Hanna is named Sara Sarchen Itzig (or Izig) and was born
In July 1765 in Peine. She died in 1814 in Braunschweig.
I did not find yet were Sara comes from. I thought that she could
be affiliated to another banker family, the Itzig >from Berlin but
I did not find anything that would prove it.

Would anyone have information or guide me in my research ?

More generally can someone tell me where I would find information
for Braunschweig and Peine and whom to contact if I want to see
the birth/wedding/death registars. Many thanks

Joelle Meyer >from Paris joelle.meyer24@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Seeking Hanna JUDEL from Braunschweig and Braunschweig vital records #germany

joelle meyer <joelle.meyer24@...>
 

Dear Gersig members,

I am looking for information on the parents of Hanna JUEDEL (u umlaut),
the wife of Samson Raphael HIRSCH.

I know that Hanna was the daughter of Markus (Mordechai) JUEDEL.
She was born in Brunswick (Braunschweig) in 1805.
https://dutchjewry.org/genealogy/duparc/2162.shtml
Based on my research on the Internet I understand she was the only
daughter of the banker or merchant Markus (Mordechai) JUEDEL.

Markus had 3 sons including JUEDEL Markus JUEDEL renamed Julius M=FChling.
The sons were all born in Peine a few kilometers away.
http://www.ljg-brawo.de/Max_Juedel/biografie/Max_Juedel-ausfuehrliche_Biografie.pdf

I saw that some people named Markus (Mordechai) JUEDEL as Mordechai
(JUEDEL) the Levite Oldenbourg. Could someone please be kind to explain
to me what it would mean ? why The Levite? Why Oldenbourg ?

The mother of Hanna is named Sara Sarchen Itzig (or Izig) and was born
In July 1765 in Peine. She died in 1814 in Braunschweig.
I did not find yet were Sara comes from. I thought that she could
be affiliated to another banker family, the Itzig >from Berlin but
I did not find anything that would prove it.

Would anyone have information or guide me in my research ?

More generally can someone tell me where I would find information
for Braunschweig and Peine and whom to contact if I want to see
the birth/wedding/death registars. Many thanks

Joelle Meyer >from Paris joelle.meyer24@gmail.com


November 8: Jewish Genetics/DNA program at the Center for Jewish History in New York #dna

Moriah Amit
 

Please join us for the following program, presented by the Ackman & Ziff
Family Genealogy Institute, Columbia University's Data Science Institute,
and Root (rootdeep.com).

Family History Today: What's New in Jewish Genetics?
Date: November 8, 6:30 PM
Place: Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011
Description: Reading DNA continues to sharpen our view of Jewish history,
health, and identity. Join computational geneticist Itsik Pe'er (Columbia
University) and moderator Nathan Pearson (rootdeep.com) to explore what
our genomes say today ... and may reveal in the future.
Tickets: Free; reservations required at bpt.me/3659366

Moriah Amit, New York


DNA Research #DNA November 8: Jewish Genetics/DNA program at the Center for Jewish History in New York #dna

Moriah Amit
 

Please join us for the following program, presented by the Ackman & Ziff
Family Genealogy Institute, Columbia University's Data Science Institute,
and Root (rootdeep.com).

Family History Today: What's New in Jewish Genetics?
Date: November 8, 6:30 PM
Place: Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011
Description: Reading DNA continues to sharpen our view of Jewish history,
health, and identity. Join computational geneticist Itsik Pe'er (Columbia
University) and moderator Nathan Pearson (rootdeep.com) to explore what
our genomes say today ... and may reveal in the future.
Tickets: Free; reservations required at bpt.me/3659366

Moriah Amit, New York


Mina FEUCHTENAUER, Fuerth, Middle Franconia #germany

Fran Luebke <franluebke@...>
 

I need to double check birth, death and marriage dates for Mina
FEUCHTENAUER who married Aron SULZBACHER. There seems to be a
discrepancy between my records and one I found online, unless there
were two Mina FEUCHTENAUERs.

My records have her born 12 September 1800 in Fuerth, married 23 May
1826 in Alzey, Hesse Darmstadt and died 1 September 1878 in Alzey.  Her
husband was Aron SULZBACHER, born 20 June 1798 and died 25 June 1878.
My records list her parents as Gabriel Moses FEUCHTENAUER born abt 1759
and died abt 1831. Her mother was Johanna UNKNOWN born about 1765.

Online records show a Mina FEUCHTENAUER as the daughter of Moses
FEUCHTENAUER married to Babette RAU, born 17 May 1798 and died 1 March
1856. Moses' parents were as above, Gabriel Moses FEUCHTENAUER and Hanna
DRUCKER. If Moses had a sister Mina, their birth years would be two
years apart. The online records also list the same death date for both
Gabriel Moses and Hanna DRUCKER as 4 June 1831.

Does anyone else have any information on these people? I am working on
a large family project and I need to clean up this last generation record.
Fran Loeb Luebke, Brookfield, WI USA franluebke@wi.rr.com


German SIG #Germany Mina FEUCHTENAUER, Fuerth, Middle Franconia #germany

Fran Luebke <franluebke@...>
 

I need to double check birth, death and marriage dates for Mina
FEUCHTENAUER who married Aron SULZBACHER. There seems to be a
discrepancy between my records and one I found online, unless there
were two Mina FEUCHTENAUERs.

My records have her born 12 September 1800 in Fuerth, married 23 May
1826 in Alzey, Hesse Darmstadt and died 1 September 1878 in Alzey.  Her
husband was Aron SULZBACHER, born 20 June 1798 and died 25 June 1878.
My records list her parents as Gabriel Moses FEUCHTENAUER born abt 1759
and died abt 1831. Her mother was Johanna UNKNOWN born about 1765.

Online records show a Mina FEUCHTENAUER as the daughter of Moses
FEUCHTENAUER married to Babette RAU, born 17 May 1798 and died 1 March
1856. Moses' parents were as above, Gabriel Moses FEUCHTENAUER and Hanna
DRUCKER. If Moses had a sister Mina, their birth years would be two
years apart. The online records also list the same death date for both
Gabriel Moses and Hanna DRUCKER as 4 June 1831.

Does anyone else have any information on these people? I am working on
a large family project and I need to clean up this last generation record.
Fran Loeb Luebke, Brookfield, WI USA franluebke@wi.rr.com


Rose GREENBAUM, b. 1893- Hungary > NY USA m. FUCHS #germany

Barrie Karp
 

MOD NOTE: This off-topic message is posted as a one-time courtesy.
Since there are no references to German people or places, it should
have been sent to the Hungary SIG and / or others.

A reminder to all GerSIG members: Last names of people you are
seeking ** and their spouses and relatives ** should be typed
with all capital letters in Email to JewishGen-hosted lists.
You should always avoid using accent marks that aren't part of
the USA English character set. =========================>

I'm seeking descendants of my grandmother, Rose GREENBAUM (or
GRUNBAUM). She was born August 14, circa 1893, probably in Hungary,
and lived in Munkacs with her parents until they sent her to NYC, US,
early 1900s for safety and to be raised by her half sister Julia -
(Julia FUCHS, >from Hungary, married to Israel FUCHS, >from Hungary,
soon known as Fox).

My grandmother, Rose GREENBAUM, married my grandfather, Abraham
Isaac WEISS (also >from Munkacs) in NYC in 1917. I knew her all my life.
She died December 1962. I don't know names of any of her siblings.

I was told her other siblings were sent to other countries for safety.
I don't know anything about them. In my research I have come across
some possible names of siblings, but I am unsure, and don't have proof or
ability to find living descendants.

I have photos of her parents, sent, apparently circa 1926, to my grandmother
in the US >from her mother, Ester BERKOWITZ GREENBAUM in Mukacevo, with
a note addressed generally to her children, implying to me that she
sent same to not just my grandmother but to other siblings elsewhere.

Translators told me the note, probably written in German, says: "As a
memory for my dear children >from your mother". She indicated on his
picture that her husband, my grandmother's father, had died, possibly
it says date of his death was February 3, 1926, but I don't know when
he died. The stamp on the bottom of each photo is Meisels Photography
in Munkacs. My grandmother's father was Benjamin GREENBAUM or
GRUNBAUM. My grandmother's mother was Ester BERKOWITZ GREENBAUM.

Possibly my grandmother's half sister was (if they had same father and
if his name Beny or Benjamin could be same as or in addition to Ignatz):

Julia GRUNBAUM, MOTHER: Rosa Schwarz FATHER: Ignatz BIRTH: 3 Jun 1878
- Miskolc, Borsod, Hungary CIVIL: Miskolc
Possibly these are records for my grandmother's father, that is,
father of Rose GREENBAUM WEISS:
Beny Benjamin Ignatz GRUNBAUM GREENBAUM BIRTH ABT 1840 ? DEATH 3 FEB;
Mukacevo HUNGARY. My great-grandfather. Parents - Sallamon GRUNBAUM
1811-1884 & Mali Kaufmann 1815-1892. Siblings: Sandor Grßnbaum
1843-1901; Betti GRUNBAUM 1845-1852; Johanka GRUNBAUM; 1848"?; Chure
GRUNBAUM ?

I don't know if the following were my grandmother-s siblings, that is,
siblings of Rose GREENBAUM WEISS:

Malche GREENBAUM 1884; Chaje GRUNBAUM GREENBAUM 1891; David
GREENBAUM 1893-1944; lyke Ilyka GRUNBAUM GREENBAUM 1893; Hannah Razel
GREENBAUM 1894.

Thank you very much if you can help me find my grandmother's descendants.
I am not a beginner researcher.

Best wishes, Barrie Karp, NY, NY barriekarp@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Rose GREENBAUM, b. 1893- Hungary > NY USA m. FUCHS #germany

Barrie Karp
 

MOD NOTE: This off-topic message is posted as a one-time courtesy.
Since there are no references to German people or places, it should
have been sent to the Hungary SIG and / or others.

A reminder to all GerSIG members: Last names of people you are
seeking ** and their spouses and relatives ** should be typed
with all capital letters in Email to JewishGen-hosted lists.
You should always avoid using accent marks that aren't part of
the USA English character set. =========================>

I'm seeking descendants of my grandmother, Rose GREENBAUM (or
GRUNBAUM). She was born August 14, circa 1893, probably in Hungary,
and lived in Munkacs with her parents until they sent her to NYC, US,
early 1900s for safety and to be raised by her half sister Julia -
(Julia FUCHS, >from Hungary, married to Israel FUCHS, >from Hungary,
soon known as Fox).

My grandmother, Rose GREENBAUM, married my grandfather, Abraham
Isaac WEISS (also >from Munkacs) in NYC in 1917. I knew her all my life.
She died December 1962. I don't know names of any of her siblings.

I was told her other siblings were sent to other countries for safety.
I don't know anything about them. In my research I have come across
some possible names of siblings, but I am unsure, and don't have proof or
ability to find living descendants.

I have photos of her parents, sent, apparently circa 1926, to my grandmother
in the US >from her mother, Ester BERKOWITZ GREENBAUM in Mukacevo, with
a note addressed generally to her children, implying to me that she
sent same to not just my grandmother but to other siblings elsewhere.

Translators told me the note, probably written in German, says: "As a
memory for my dear children >from your mother". She indicated on his
picture that her husband, my grandmother's father, had died, possibly
it says date of his death was February 3, 1926, but I don't know when
he died. The stamp on the bottom of each photo is Meisels Photography
in Munkacs. My grandmother's father was Benjamin GREENBAUM or
GRUNBAUM. My grandmother's mother was Ester BERKOWITZ GREENBAUM.

Possibly my grandmother's half sister was (if they had same father and
if his name Beny or Benjamin could be same as or in addition to Ignatz):

Julia GRUNBAUM, MOTHER: Rosa Schwarz FATHER: Ignatz BIRTH: 3 Jun 1878
- Miskolc, Borsod, Hungary CIVIL: Miskolc
Possibly these are records for my grandmother's father, that is,
father of Rose GREENBAUM WEISS:
Beny Benjamin Ignatz GRUNBAUM GREENBAUM BIRTH ABT 1840 ? DEATH 3 FEB;
Mukacevo HUNGARY. My great-grandfather. Parents - Sallamon GRUNBAUM
1811-1884 & Mali Kaufmann 1815-1892. Siblings: Sandor Grßnbaum
1843-1901; Betti GRUNBAUM 1845-1852; Johanka GRUNBAUM; 1848"?; Chure
GRUNBAUM ?

I don't know if the following were my grandmother-s siblings, that is,
siblings of Rose GREENBAUM WEISS:

Malche GREENBAUM 1884; Chaje GRUNBAUM GREENBAUM 1891; David
GREENBAUM 1893-1944; lyke Ilyka GRUNBAUM GREENBAUM 1893; Hannah Razel
GREENBAUM 1894.

Thank you very much if you can help me find my grandmother's descendants.
I am not a beginner researcher.

Best wishes, Barrie Karp, NY, NY barriekarp@gmail.com


KATS, ITMAN in Zasliai #general

Angie Elfassi
 

Hi

My ggrandmother Chaya ITMAN (she married Yosel REICHZELIGMAN) had a least
one brother, Abram Itsko ITMAN who was married to Sora Eta KATS. Sora Eta
had at least two brothers: David KATS and Leib KATS.

I found most of this information on The All Lithuania Revision List
Database - Part 2 and in 1886 they were in Zasliai.

If anyone is related to any of those KATS and of course ITMAN,
please contact me.

Thanks.

Regards
Angie Elfassi
Israel

Searching:
RAYKH-ZELIGMAN/RICHMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/Leeds
COHEN, Sakiai, Lithuania/Leeds
MAGIDOWITZ, Jurbarkas, Lithuania/Leeds
KASSIMOFF, Rezekne, Latvia/Leeds
ITMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KATS, ITMAN in Zasliai #general

Angie Elfassi
 

Hi

My ggrandmother Chaya ITMAN (she married Yosel REICHZELIGMAN) had a least
one brother, Abram Itsko ITMAN who was married to Sora Eta KATS. Sora Eta
had at least two brothers: David KATS and Leib KATS.

I found most of this information on The All Lithuania Revision List
Database - Part 2 and in 1886 they were in Zasliai.

If anyone is related to any of those KATS and of course ITMAN,
please contact me.

Thanks.

Regards
Angie Elfassi
Israel

Searching:
RAYKH-ZELIGMAN/RICHMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/Leeds
COHEN, Sakiai, Lithuania/Leeds
MAGIDOWITZ, Jurbarkas, Lithuania/Leeds
KASSIMOFF, Rezekne, Latvia/Leeds
ITMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/USA


Donations Made Via PayPal or Check/Cheque #lithuania

LitvakSIG <treasurer@...>
 

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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Donations Made Via PayPal or Check/Cheque #lithuania

LitvakSIG <treasurer@...>
 

We truly appreciate your financial support. I have an important request to
make your donor experience more successful.

When you donate using PayPal it's really important that you note the
purpose. EG. Dues or Kaunas District.

When you donate by mailing a check/cheque, it's really important that you
provide your E-Mail address and a note about the purpose.

All finance related correspondence is done by email, so if the Treasurer
doesn't have a valid email address in the records, a receipt cannot be
provided, nor can access be provided to any of the password protected sites
to which you may qualify for access.

As we approach the end of the calendar year and the heaviest donation
period of the year, these requests are more important than ever. The
treasurer may not have time to correspond with each donor to determine
his/her intention.

Additionally, if someone is gifting you with membership dues or a
contribution to a research group / special project, it must be noted or you
may not receive credit for the contribution or access to data.

Thanks for your cooperation,

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Treasurer


notary records, Podolia, 1870s #general

mike yesnes
 

Have a Judah Yasnis, who was a merchant in Ukraine in the Podolia
province and who was involved in a court case approximately in 1876 -
1878.
Looking to locate record/documents in the notary files/records. What
might be the best approach to locate this information/Don't know what
region/district.Would appreciate your help/guidelines to locate this.
Dose anyone know of which towns have notary records in the Podolia
province?Would appreciate your help.Thank you.

Sincerely,

Mike Yesnes


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen notary records, Podolia, 1870s #general

mike yesnes
 

Have a Judah Yasnis, who was a merchant in Ukraine in the Podolia
province and who was involved in a court case approximately in 1876 -
1878.
Looking to locate record/documents in the notary files/records. What
might be the best approach to locate this information/Don't know what
region/district.Would appreciate your help/guidelines to locate this.
Dose anyone know of which towns have notary records in the Podolia
province?Would appreciate your help.Thank you.

Sincerely,

Mike Yesnes


Thanks RE: Lost my relatives at sea please help me find them - They Have Been Found!! #general

hotdog <hotdog@...>
 

Thank you all very much for your help!

A couple of people were able to find my missing relatives.

On ancestry the names were not transcribed correctly.

All the best,

Jay Lenefsky -Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thanks RE: Lost my relatives at sea please help me find them - They Have Been Found!! #general

hotdog <hotdog@...>
 

Thank you all very much for your help!

A couple of people were able to find my missing relatives.

On ancestry the names were not transcribed correctly.

All the best,

Jay Lenefsky -Israel


Hungarian Ancestors for Citizenship - please point me in the right direction :) #general

Mark Friedman <mark@...>
 

Hello JewishGen!

In order to establish Hungarian citizenship for my daughters I am trying
to locate documentation of my Hungarian ancestors.

I have some details (see below) of my Hungarian grandmother, great
grandmother and great grandfather.

I think they may have been born in Budapest (according to my father).

Please point me in the right direction so that I may locate documentation
of my Hungarian ancestors.

Thank you,
Mark Friedman

PS Details on my Hungarian ancestry:

Sam Klein (my great grandfather) born about 1879 in Hungary. He was
a plumber. Rose Klein nee Bogenglick (my great grandmother) born about
1877 in Hungary.

In 1911 they emigrated to Toronto, Ontario, Canada with their 5 children
listed below.

Julia Klein (my grandmother)
Birth: 28 Mar 1906 in Hungary
Death: Apr 19 1983 Los Angeles, California, USA
Marriage Date: 12 Jun 1927
Marriage Place: York, Ontario, Canada
Marriage to Harry Friedman

Esse Klein
Margaret Klein
Irene Klein
Marion Klein


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hungarian Ancestors for Citizenship - please point me in the right direction :) #general

Mark Friedman <mark@...>
 

Hello JewishGen!

In order to establish Hungarian citizenship for my daughters I am trying
to locate documentation of my Hungarian ancestors.

I have some details (see below) of my Hungarian grandmother, great
grandmother and great grandfather.

I think they may have been born in Budapest (according to my father).

Please point me in the right direction so that I may locate documentation
of my Hungarian ancestors.

Thank you,
Mark Friedman

PS Details on my Hungarian ancestry:

Sam Klein (my great grandfather) born about 1879 in Hungary. He was
a plumber. Rose Klein nee Bogenglick (my great grandmother) born about
1877 in Hungary.

In 1911 they emigrated to Toronto, Ontario, Canada with their 5 children
listed below.

Julia Klein (my grandmother)
Birth: 28 Mar 1906 in Hungary
Death: Apr 19 1983 Los Angeles, California, USA
Marriage Date: 12 Jun 1927
Marriage Place: York, Ontario, Canada
Marriage to Harry Friedman

Esse Klein
Margaret Klein
Irene Klein
Marion Klein


Lost my relatives at sea please help me find them #general

hotdog <hotdog@...>
 

Dear One and All:

After searching for almost two years I found a ship manifest record
from 1886, leaving Hamburg, Germany, for my relatives Reisa (Reizel)
and Meier Alexandrowski. According to the ship record they sailed to
America via England. According to census records they arrived in 1886.
But I cannot find any record of their reaching New York.

Can anyone help me find a record of their arriving in the USA?

Here is the information >from Hamburg:

Name: Reisa Alexandrowski
Gender: weiblich (Female)
Departure Age: 18
Birth Date: abt 1868
Residence: Frestin, Russland (Russia)
Departure Date: 30 Aug 1886
Port of Departure: Hamburg
Destination: New York (New York City (All Boroughs))
Port of Arrival: Leith (Amerika via Liverpool)
Ship Name: Prague
Captain:McKenzie
Shipping Clerk: W. Wolff
Ship Type: Dampfschiff
Ship Flag: England
Accommodation: ohne Angabe
Volume: 373-7 I, VIII B 1 Band 066
Household Members:
Name: Meier Alexandrowski Age: 18
Name: Reisa Alexandrowski Age: 18

Thank you very much,

Jay Lenefsky -Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lost my relatives at sea please help me find them #general

hotdog <hotdog@...>
 

Dear One and All:

After searching for almost two years I found a ship manifest record
from 1886, leaving Hamburg, Germany, for my relatives Reisa (Reizel)
and Meier Alexandrowski. According to the ship record they sailed to
America via England. According to census records they arrived in 1886.
But I cannot find any record of their reaching New York.

Can anyone help me find a record of their arriving in the USA?

Here is the information >from Hamburg:

Name: Reisa Alexandrowski
Gender: weiblich (Female)
Departure Age: 18
Birth Date: abt 1868
Residence: Frestin, Russland (Russia)
Departure Date: 30 Aug 1886
Port of Departure: Hamburg
Destination: New York (New York City (All Boroughs))
Port of Arrival: Leith (Amerika via Liverpool)
Ship Name: Prague
Captain:McKenzie
Shipping Clerk: W. Wolff
Ship Type: Dampfschiff
Ship Flag: England
Accommodation: ohne Angabe
Volume: 373-7 I, VIII B 1 Band 066
Household Members:
Name: Meier Alexandrowski Age: 18
Name: Reisa Alexandrowski Age: 18

Thank you very much,

Jay Lenefsky -Israel

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