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Re: 1940 Census questions #general

Paul Silverstone
 

Try looking up the family with the first names only (i.e. husband &
wife) as you know the location.
That is how I found my family as they had the surname misspelled.

Paul Silverstone

On 6/19/2012 10:52 PM, Jeff Miller wrote:
I have found two separate issues that I need guidance on.

First, in the Brooklyn, NY entries, I find a strange circumstance where on
two different pages I find different families living at what appears to be
the same address...

So I wonder whether there were duplicate addresses in Brooklyn at the time,
or what other explanation would there be?

My second question concerns the recent announcement that Oklahoma is now
searchable by name for the 1940 Census.

I tried going to the https://familysearch.org/1940census/
site to search Oklahoma by name (actually, to help a friend do a search by
name) and it comes up with images by county.

To do a name search, I find I had to go to the "standard" familysearch
search box at
Familysearch.org, enter the desired name, and then specify date range 1940
to 1940, and then keep narrowing down the resultant records to arrive at my
desired answer.

Am I missing something on the 1940 Census site that would allow one to
search directly by name the newly indexed Oklahoma records?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: 1940 Census questions #general

Paul Silverstone
 

Try looking up the family with the first names only (i.e. husband &
wife) as you know the location.
That is how I found my family as they had the surname misspelled.

Paul Silverstone

On 6/19/2012 10:52 PM, Jeff Miller wrote:
I have found two separate issues that I need guidance on.

First, in the Brooklyn, NY entries, I find a strange circumstance where on
two different pages I find different families living at what appears to be
the same address...

So I wonder whether there were duplicate addresses in Brooklyn at the time,
or what other explanation would there be?

My second question concerns the recent announcement that Oklahoma is now
searchable by name for the 1940 Census.

I tried going to the https://familysearch.org/1940census/
site to search Oklahoma by name (actually, to help a friend do a search by
name) and it comes up with images by county.

To do a name search, I find I had to go to the "standard" familysearch
search box at
Familysearch.org, enter the desired name, and then specify date range 1940
to 1940, and then keep narrowing down the resultant records to arrive at my
desired answer.

Am I missing something on the 1940 Census site that would allow one to
search directly by name the newly indexed Oklahoma records?


ViewMate for Kuriansky or Gross doc #poland

Jill Williams <jill_64@...>
 

Hi,
I have posted a Russian birth record on ViewMate for which I need a
translation of any names, dates and places.

I hope that this is the 1882 Bialystok birth record for my great
grandmother Celia Fejga KREINDEL, whose parents were Israel and Sora
Kreindel (Americanized version). I'm hoping that a surname is
mentioned. I have yet not found her immigration info or any European
records. I only know her parents' names and that she was born in or
near Bialystok in the early 1880's. I'm hoping that this guess
is the correct person.

The document is on ViewMate:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23292
On this document, her record number is 67 (on the bottom of the page).
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much!
Jill Seskin Williams
Rio Rancho, New Mexico, USA

KREINDEL/KURIANSKI, GROSS/GREJSMAN, Bialystok (Poland) GELERSZTEJN,
Bransk (Poland) SZPIRO, WARSZAWICZ, Tykocin (Poland) CHASCHKES/SHATSKES,
Hrodna, Navahrudak (Belarus) BELITSKY, Hrodna, Lida, Zhaludok (Belarus)


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland ViewMate for Kuriansky or Gross doc #poland

Jill Williams <jill_64@...>
 

Hi,
I have posted a Russian birth record on ViewMate for which I need a
translation of any names, dates and places.

I hope that this is the 1882 Bialystok birth record for my great
grandmother Celia Fejga KREINDEL, whose parents were Israel and Sora
Kreindel (Americanized version). I'm hoping that a surname is
mentioned. I have yet not found her immigration info or any European
records. I only know her parents' names and that she was born in or
near Bialystok in the early 1880's. I'm hoping that this guess
is the correct person.

The document is on ViewMate:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23292
On this document, her record number is 67 (on the bottom of the page).
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much!
Jill Seskin Williams
Rio Rancho, New Mexico, USA

KREINDEL/KURIANSKI, GROSS/GREJSMAN, Bialystok (Poland) GELERSZTEJN,
Bransk (Poland) SZPIRO, WARSZAWICZ, Tykocin (Poland) CHASCHKES/SHATSKES,
Hrodna, Navahrudak (Belarus) BELITSKY, Hrodna, Lida, Zhaludok (Belarus)


Jewish DNA Video #general

David M. Fox <davefox73@...>
 

For those of you who are interested in Jewish DNA, you may want to view a
short video on the subject:>>>>>>>
<http://fun.mivzakon.co.il/video/General/8740/%D7%9E%D7%97%D7%A7%D7%A8.html>

Dave

David Fox
Belarus SIG Founder & Past Coordinator
davefox73@earthlink.net
Arnold, Maryland, USA
http://www.davefox73.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Further discussion about DNA is best posted on the DNA
Testing discussion forum http://www.jewishgen.org/ListManager/members_add.asp


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish DNA Video #general

David M. Fox <davefox73@...>
 

For those of you who are interested in Jewish DNA, you may want to view a
short video on the subject:>>>>>>>
<http://fun.mivzakon.co.il/video/General/8740/%D7%9E%D7%97%D7%A7%D7%A8.html>

Dave

David Fox
Belarus SIG Founder & Past Coordinator
davefox73@earthlink.net
Arnold, Maryland, USA
http://www.davefox73.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Further discussion about DNA is best posted on the DNA
Testing discussion forum http://www.jewishgen.org/ListManager/members_add.asp


Re: UK SIG & UK Meetings - 32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy #unitedkingdom

Michael Hoffman
 

Many of our Lithuanian ancestors when they departed Lithuania, transmigrated
through the UK to other parts of the World, or stayed for awhile, and in a
lot of cases settled in the UK.

Now is your chance to find out how to research your Lithuanian ancestors in
the UK, by attending one or more of the UK sessions that have been
arranged at the IAJGS Paris Conference.

32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy

Sunday 15 July - Wednesday 18 July 2012

Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel
17 Boulevard Saint Jacques
Paris, 75014 France.
Details: www.paris2012.eu

UK SIG and associated UK meetings.

Sunday 15 July 2012, 9.30 am - 12.30 pm
Round Table.
"Jewish Genealogy in Europe and the Mediterranean Areas"
Mark Nicholls & Laurence Harris
of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain,
Will be among the experts participating in this session.

Sunday 15 July 2012, 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be participating in the SIG/BOF Fair

Monday 16 July 2012, 10.50am - 12.00noon
United Kingdom SIG Meeting,
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be hosting this session.
Presentations will be made on latest developments on the JGSGB
website and on JCR-UK records. There will also be a general presentation
on Jewish records available in the UK followed by an opportunity to
discuss some individual research queries.

Monday 16 July 2012, 12.30pm - 2.00pm
United Kingdom SIG Lunch
Speaker: Nicholas Evans
"Immigration to the United Kingdom"
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be hosting this session.

Monday 16 July 2012, 3.20pm - 4.00pm
Speaker: Jeanette Rosenberg
"Using UK Newspapers for Jewish Genealogy"

Monday 16 July 2012, 3.40pm - 4.20pm
Speaker: Daniel Morgan Thomas
"My Jewish Ancestor died in the UK - Now What"

Monday 16 July 2012, 5.00pm - 5.40pm
Speaker: Harvey L Kaplan
"Scottish Jewish Roots and Where to Find Them"

Note: That if any delegates to the conference in Paris are planning to come
to London, ENGLAND after the conference, the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Great Britain's Library at 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 4AU will be open on
Thursday 19 July 2012 >from 10.00am-4.00pm, for General Research, on the day
at 2.30pm guest speaker Laurence Harris will speak about "UK Records
1870-1930: Residents and Transmigrants".
Friday 20 July 2012 the library will be open for General Research from
10.00am-1.00pm.
See www.jgsgb.org.uk/iajgs-conference-paris-2012
All members and visitors on these 2 days will need to register for security.
JGSGB will also be prepared to organise other events and trips if there is
sufficient interest

We request that all JGSGB Members and those attending
the conference interested in UK Research, register as
soon as possible with the JGSGB SIG Co-ordinator MICHAEL HOFFMAN,
mikeh25@waitrose.com

Michael Hoffman
JGSGB SIG Co-ordinator.
JGS of Great Britain


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: UK SIG & UK Meetings - 32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy #lithuania

Michael Hoffman
 

Many of our Lithuanian ancestors when they departed Lithuania, transmigrated
through the UK to other parts of the World, or stayed for awhile, and in a
lot of cases settled in the UK.

Now is your chance to find out how to research your Lithuanian ancestors in
the UK, by attending one or more of the UK sessions that have been
arranged at the IAJGS Paris Conference.

32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy

Sunday 15 July - Wednesday 18 July 2012

Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel
17 Boulevard Saint Jacques
Paris, 75014 France.
Details: www.paris2012.eu

UK SIG and associated UK meetings.

Sunday 15 July 2012, 9.30 am - 12.30 pm
Round Table.
"Jewish Genealogy in Europe and the Mediterranean Areas"
Mark Nicholls & Laurence Harris
of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain,
Will be among the experts participating in this session.

Sunday 15 July 2012, 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be participating in the SIG/BOF Fair

Monday 16 July 2012, 10.50am - 12.00noon
United Kingdom SIG Meeting,
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be hosting this session.
Presentations will be made on latest developments on the JGSGB
website and on JCR-UK records. There will also be a general presentation
on Jewish records available in the UK followed by an opportunity to
discuss some individual research queries.

Monday 16 July 2012, 12.30pm - 2.00pm
United Kingdom SIG Lunch
Speaker: Nicholas Evans
"Immigration to the United Kingdom"
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be hosting this session.

Monday 16 July 2012, 3.20pm - 4.00pm
Speaker: Jeanette Rosenberg
"Using UK Newspapers for Jewish Genealogy"

Monday 16 July 2012, 3.40pm - 4.20pm
Speaker: Daniel Morgan Thomas
"My Jewish Ancestor died in the UK - Now What"

Monday 16 July 2012, 5.00pm - 5.40pm
Speaker: Harvey L Kaplan
"Scottish Jewish Roots and Where to Find Them"

Note: That if any delegates to the conference in Paris are planning to come
to London, ENGLAND after the conference, the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Great Britain's Library at 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 4AU will be open on
Thursday 19 July 2012 >from 10.00am-4.00pm, for General Research, on the day
at 2.30pm guest speaker Laurence Harris will speak about "UK Records
1870-1930: Residents and Transmigrants".
Friday 20 July 2012 the library will be open for General Research from
10.00am-1.00pm.
See www.jgsgb.org.uk/iajgs-conference-paris-2012
All members and visitors on these 2 days will need to register for security.
JGSGB will also be prepared to organise other events and trips if there is
sufficient interest

We request that all JGSGB Members and those attending
the conference interested in UK Research, register as
soon as possible with the JGSGB SIG Co-ordinator MICHAEL HOFFMAN,
mikeh25@waitrose.com

Michael Hoffman
JGSGB SIG Co-ordinator.
JGS of Great Britain


Gesher Galicia Luncheon - "Revisiting the Holocaust through Film: In Darkness and In Light" Tuesday, July 17 with Agenieszka Holland #poland

Pamela Weisberger
 

Dear Researchers:

If you are attending the IAJGS conference in Paris coming up in a few
weeks, but haven't bought a ticket to the Gesher Galicia luncheon yet,
here's some information about the program:

Our luncheon takes place on Tuesday, July 17 at 12:30PM and the
presentation is entitled: "Revisiting the Holocaust through Film: In
Darkness and In Light."

Our special speaker will be the accomplished film and television
director, Agnieszka Holland. Her most recent film, "In Darkness," was
the official 2012 Foreign Language Academy Award nominee for Poland
this year and is based on a true story by Robert Marshall in the book,
"In the Sewers of Lwow." The action is set in German-occupied Poland
during World War II, where a Polish thief hides a group of Jewish
refugees, ultimately saving their lives while risking his own. The
film will screen at the conference on Monday evening.

Ms. Holland will the challenges of portraying the Lvov ghetto
in 1943 -- and its social-political context -- contrasted with the
lives of the story's protagonists. She will also talk about the
universal dimension of Holocaust stories: how to achieve accuracy and
authenticity -- and avoid sentimentality -- while still making an
emotional impact on the audience. She will also talk about her
earlier films, "Europa, Europa," based on the true story of a young
German Jew, Solomon Perel, who survived the Holocaust, just after
Kristallnacht, by falling in with the Nazis, and her 1985 film
(also nominated for Best Foreign Language Film) "Angry Harvest," a
German production about a Jewish woman on the run in World War II,
and the changes in artistic interpretations of the Holocaust during
the twenty-seven span between her works. Ms. Holland, who was born
in Warsaw to a Catholic mother and a Jewish father, both
politically active, will also discuss her personal ties to the
subject matter.

There will be ample time for Q & A.

One cannot attend the luncheon talk without buying a
ticket for the luncheon. The cost is 29 Euros. No exceptions! To
add the luncheon to your existing conference registration, log into
the website:

http://www.paris2012.eu - and click on "Registration"

OR go directly to this page: http://www.paris2012.eu/products

And under SIG/BOF heading click on Galicia or scroll down until you
reach the Gesher Galicia Luncheon tab.

Click on the blue "add to cart" button, then check out, and pay. You
will have to log in as an "Existing Customer," at that point, to make
sure the luncheon ticket shows up in your bag when you arrive to
register, so have your conference registration log-in information
handy.

This luncheon presentation is not just for Galician, Polish, Ukrainian
and Holocaust researchers, but for those curious about the artistic
challenges of portraying the true stories of the Shoah on the screen.

We look forward to welcoming you to our luncheon.

Pamela Weisberger
President, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@gmail.com

(Note: I do not yet know if this luncheon talk will be recorded. It
very well may be. Please check the conference website after the
conference for that information.)


JRI Poland #Poland Gesher Galicia Luncheon - "Revisiting the Holocaust through Film: In Darkness and In Light" Tuesday, July 17 with Agenieszka Holland #poland

Pamela Weisberger
 

Dear Researchers:

If you are attending the IAJGS conference in Paris coming up in a few
weeks, but haven't bought a ticket to the Gesher Galicia luncheon yet,
here's some information about the program:

Our luncheon takes place on Tuesday, July 17 at 12:30PM and the
presentation is entitled: "Revisiting the Holocaust through Film: In
Darkness and In Light."

Our special speaker will be the accomplished film and television
director, Agnieszka Holland. Her most recent film, "In Darkness," was
the official 2012 Foreign Language Academy Award nominee for Poland
this year and is based on a true story by Robert Marshall in the book,
"In the Sewers of Lwow." The action is set in German-occupied Poland
during World War II, where a Polish thief hides a group of Jewish
refugees, ultimately saving their lives while risking his own. The
film will screen at the conference on Monday evening.

Ms. Holland will the challenges of portraying the Lvov ghetto
in 1943 -- and its social-political context -- contrasted with the
lives of the story's protagonists. She will also talk about the
universal dimension of Holocaust stories: how to achieve accuracy and
authenticity -- and avoid sentimentality -- while still making an
emotional impact on the audience. She will also talk about her
earlier films, "Europa, Europa," based on the true story of a young
German Jew, Solomon Perel, who survived the Holocaust, just after
Kristallnacht, by falling in with the Nazis, and her 1985 film
(also nominated for Best Foreign Language Film) "Angry Harvest," a
German production about a Jewish woman on the run in World War II,
and the changes in artistic interpretations of the Holocaust during
the twenty-seven span between her works. Ms. Holland, who was born
in Warsaw to a Catholic mother and a Jewish father, both
politically active, will also discuss her personal ties to the
subject matter.

There will be ample time for Q & A.

One cannot attend the luncheon talk without buying a
ticket for the luncheon. The cost is 29 Euros. No exceptions! To
add the luncheon to your existing conference registration, log into
the website:

http://www.paris2012.eu - and click on "Registration"

OR go directly to this page: http://www.paris2012.eu/products

And under SIG/BOF heading click on Galicia or scroll down until you
reach the Gesher Galicia Luncheon tab.

Click on the blue "add to cart" button, then check out, and pay. You
will have to log in as an "Existing Customer," at that point, to make
sure the luncheon ticket shows up in your bag when you arrive to
register, so have your conference registration log-in information
handy.

This luncheon presentation is not just for Galician, Polish, Ukrainian
and Holocaust researchers, but for those curious about the artistic
challenges of portraying the true stories of the Shoah on the screen.

We look forward to welcoming you to our luncheon.

Pamela Weisberger
President, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@gmail.com

(Note: I do not yet know if this luncheon talk will be recorded. It
very well may be. Please check the conference website after the
conference for that information.)


Re: UK SIG & UK Meetings - 32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy #unitedkingdom

Michael Hoffman
 

Many of our Polish ancestors when they departed Poland, transmigrated
through the UK to other parts of the World, or stayed for awhile, and
in a lot of cases settled in the UK.

Now is your chance to find out how to research your Polish ancestors in the
UK, by attending one or more of the UK sessions that have been arranged at
the IAJGS Paris Conference.

32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy

Sunday 15 July - Wednesday 18 July 2012

Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel
17 Boulevard Saint Jacques
Paris, 75014 France.
Details: www.paris2012.eu

UK SIG and associated UK meetings.

Sunday 15 July 2012, 9.30 am - 12.30 pm
Round Table.
"Jewish Genealogy in Europe and the Mediterranean Areas"
Mark Nicholls & Laurence Harris
of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain,
Will be among the experts participating in this session.

Sunday 15 July 2012, 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be participating in the SIG/BOF Fair

Monday 16 July 2012, 10.50am - 12.00noon
United Kingdom SIG Meeting,
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be hosting this session.
Presentations will be made on latest developments on the JGSGB
website and on JCR-UK records. There will also be a general presentation
on Jewish records available in the UK followed by an opportunity to
discuss some individual research queries.

Monday 16 July 2012, 12.30pm - 2.00pm
United Kingdom SIG Lunch
Speaker: Nicholas Evans
"Immigration to the United Kingdom"
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be hosting this session.

Monday 16 July 2012, 3.20pm - 4.00pm
Speaker: Jeanette Rosenberg
"Using UK Newspapers for Jewish Genealogy"

Monday 16 July 2012, 3.40pm - 4.20pm
Speaker: Daniel Morgan Thomas
"My Jewish Ancestor died in the UK - Now What"

Monday 16 July 2012, 5.00pm - 5.40pm
Speaker: Harvey L Kaplan
"Scottish Jewish Roots and Where to Find Them"

Note: That if any delegates to the conference in Paris are planning to come
to London, ENGLAND after the conference, the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Great Britain's Library at 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 4AU will be open on
Thursday 19 July 2012 >from 10.00am-4.00pm, for General Research, on the day
at 2.30pm guest speaker Laurence Harris will speak about "UK Records
1870-1930: Residents and Transmigrants".
Friday 20 July 2012 the library will be open for General Research from
10.00am-1.00pm.
See www.jgsgb.org.uk/iajgs-conference-paris-2012
All members and visitors on these 2 days will need to register for security.
JGSGB will also be prepared to organise other events and trips if there is
sufficient interest

We request that all JGSGB Members and those attending
the conference interested in UK Research, register as
soon as possible with the JGSGB SIG Co-ordinator MICHAEL HOFFMAN,
mikeh25@waitrose.com

Michael Hoffman
JGSGB SIG Co-ordinator.
JGS of Great Britain


JRI Poland #Poland Re: UK SIG & UK Meetings - 32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy #poland

Michael Hoffman
 

Many of our Polish ancestors when they departed Poland, transmigrated
through the UK to other parts of the World, or stayed for awhile, and
in a lot of cases settled in the UK.

Now is your chance to find out how to research your Polish ancestors in the
UK, by attending one or more of the UK sessions that have been arranged at
the IAJGS Paris Conference.

32nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy

Sunday 15 July - Wednesday 18 July 2012

Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel
17 Boulevard Saint Jacques
Paris, 75014 France.
Details: www.paris2012.eu

UK SIG and associated UK meetings.

Sunday 15 July 2012, 9.30 am - 12.30 pm
Round Table.
"Jewish Genealogy in Europe and the Mediterranean Areas"
Mark Nicholls & Laurence Harris
of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain,
Will be among the experts participating in this session.

Sunday 15 July 2012, 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be participating in the SIG/BOF Fair

Monday 16 July 2012, 10.50am - 12.00noon
United Kingdom SIG Meeting,
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be hosting this session.
Presentations will be made on latest developments on the JGSGB
website and on JCR-UK records. There will also be a general presentation
on Jewish records available in the UK followed by an opportunity to
discuss some individual research queries.

Monday 16 July 2012, 12.30pm - 2.00pm
United Kingdom SIG Lunch
Speaker: Nicholas Evans
"Immigration to the United Kingdom"
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain
will be hosting this session.

Monday 16 July 2012, 3.20pm - 4.00pm
Speaker: Jeanette Rosenberg
"Using UK Newspapers for Jewish Genealogy"

Monday 16 July 2012, 3.40pm - 4.20pm
Speaker: Daniel Morgan Thomas
"My Jewish Ancestor died in the UK - Now What"

Monday 16 July 2012, 5.00pm - 5.40pm
Speaker: Harvey L Kaplan
"Scottish Jewish Roots and Where to Find Them"

Note: That if any delegates to the conference in Paris are planning to come
to London, ENGLAND after the conference, the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Great Britain's Library at 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 4AU will be open on
Thursday 19 July 2012 >from 10.00am-4.00pm, for General Research, on the day
at 2.30pm guest speaker Laurence Harris will speak about "UK Records
1870-1930: Residents and Transmigrants".
Friday 20 July 2012 the library will be open for General Research from
10.00am-1.00pm.
See www.jgsgb.org.uk/iajgs-conference-paris-2012
All members and visitors on these 2 days will need to register for security.
JGSGB will also be prepared to organise other events and trips if there is
sufficient interest

We request that all JGSGB Members and those attending
the conference interested in UK Research, register as
soon as possible with the JGSGB SIG Co-ordinator MICHAEL HOFFMAN,
mikeh25@waitrose.com

Michael Hoffman
JGSGB SIG Co-ordinator.
JGS of Great Britain


ViewMate translation request, five vital records in Polish for Boczmak family of Opoczno #poland

Marc Moebius <moebiusmh@...>
 

Five 19th century vital records for the Boczmak family of Opoczno,
Poland have been posted on ViewMate. The records were copied at the
Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Please provide a loose
translation of relevant information, including all relatives mentioned.

Here are the links:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23252

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23251

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23250

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23249

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23245

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
With many thanks for your help,

Marc Moebius
Marseille, France

researching Czapnik, Boczmak, Boruchow, Herszlow, Ickow and Schwartzman
in Opoczno
Binetsky, Goldin, Kuks, Ossakow, Rewitz, Rosenberg and Sack in Slonim
and Baranovici


JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate translation request, five vital records in Polish for Boczmak family of Opoczno #poland

Marc Moebius <moebiusmh@...>
 

Five 19th century vital records for the Boczmak family of Opoczno,
Poland have been posted on ViewMate. The records were copied at the
Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Please provide a loose
translation of relevant information, including all relatives mentioned.

Here are the links:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23252

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23251

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23250

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23249

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23245

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
With many thanks for your help,

Marc Moebius
Marseille, France

researching Czapnik, Boczmak, Boruchow, Herszlow, Ickow and Schwartzman
in Opoczno
Binetsky, Goldin, Kuks, Ossakow, Rewitz, Rosenberg and Sack in Slonim
and Baranovici


Regina Willner #poland

Moshe Fink <mosfink@...>
 

I'm looking for information about Regina Willner who was my mother's
aunt.There might be me several women with the same name, but I'm
interested only in the one with the following details.

Regina Willner was born in Potok Zlote, Galicia sometime during the
second half of the 19th century. Her parents were probably, Jona Zeev
Willner and Henia Ruchel Margulies. She had several sisters but I know
for sure only one name that is Rosa and probably another one by the
name Eidel. She had at least two brothers, one Jechil-Abraham Willner
(my grandfather) and another one Fischl Willner. Fischl had three
sons, and one of them, Norbert came to the US where he had two
daugters (now in their eighties) . Regina came to the US about the
beginning of the 20th century, probably to Ellis Island. I don't know
if she came to the US single or married, but she was a married woman,
and had probably children about whom I don't know a thing. I know that
she communicated by correspondence with my mother and her brother
Jechil-Abraham while they lived in Vienna and later on when they lived
in Palestine and Israel.

Any information about Regina would be deeply appreciated.
Moshe Fink, Herzliya, Israel

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately with family information.
Suggestions of research methods or resources may be shared with
the list.


JRI Poland #Poland Regina Willner #poland

Moshe Fink <mosfink@...>
 

I'm looking for information about Regina Willner who was my mother's
aunt.There might be me several women with the same name, but I'm
interested only in the one with the following details.

Regina Willner was born in Potok Zlote, Galicia sometime during the
second half of the 19th century. Her parents were probably, Jona Zeev
Willner and Henia Ruchel Margulies. She had several sisters but I know
for sure only one name that is Rosa and probably another one by the
name Eidel. She had at least two brothers, one Jechil-Abraham Willner
(my grandfather) and another one Fischl Willner. Fischl had three
sons, and one of them, Norbert came to the US where he had two
daugters (now in their eighties) . Regina came to the US about the
beginning of the 20th century, probably to Ellis Island. I don't know
if she came to the US single or married, but she was a married woman,
and had probably children about whom I don't know a thing. I know that
she communicated by correspondence with my mother and her brother
Jechil-Abraham while they lived in Vienna and later on when they lived
in Palestine and Israel.

Any information about Regina would be deeply appreciated.
Moshe Fink, Herzliya, Israel

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The Study of Pinkassim Research Workshops at The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People #poland

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

A very interesting workshop will start next week - The Study of
Pinkassim. It is organized by the Central Archives for the History of
the Jewish People. They have asked people to register through email.
The email is on their website.

It is a greater opportunity for those of us (in Israel) doing projects
to hear this series. Luckily the four lectures in July are after the
conference in Paris.

https://cahjp.huji.ac.il/content/workshop-pinkassim

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association


JRI Poland #Poland The Study of Pinkassim Research Workshops at The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People #poland

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

A very interesting workshop will start next week - The Study of
Pinkassim. It is organized by the Central Archives for the History of
the Jewish People. They have asked people to register through email.
The email is on their website.

It is a greater opportunity for those of us (in Israel) doing projects
to hear this series. Luckily the four lectures in July are after the
conference in Paris.

https://cahjp.huji.ac.il/content/workshop-pinkassim

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association


ViewMate Translation Request -- Romanian - birth and missing person documents #bessarabia

G Sles
 

Hello JGenners,

I'd appreciate a word-for-word translation of a Romanian birth certificate and a missing person
document, dating >from the 1880s-1890s.

The names, relationships and context are of utmost interest.

Birth certificate page 1 is image 23253
Birth certificate page 2, a short note, is image 23254
The missing person document is image 23255

To find the images: 
- Go to www.jewishgen.org 
- Click Research, then ViewMate
- Click Image Gallery
- In the Display box, select Group by Category, then click Go
- Scroll down to "Translation-Other"
- Click on images 23253 and 23254 for the birth certificate

- Click on image 23255 for the missing person document.

I've not included links, due to a recurring technical corruption problem, which JG is working on.

Please respond via ViewMate or privately.

Thank you very much for your help.

Gay Slesinger
North Carolina, USA

BENJAMIN - Iasi, Romania  DUBOWITZ - Riga, Latvia 
GARTENLAUB - Romania  GERSHON - Linkuva, Lithuania
JOLSON - Zagare, Lithuania LEIBOVICY - Galatz, Romania
SLESINGER - Pasvalys, Lithuania SOLOMON - Piatra Neamt and Falticeni, Romania


Translation of Tombstones #galicia

Sandra Nutig
 

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