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Israeli Immigration Records #general

David Laskin
 

A great uncle of mine left Poland just before World War II, joined our
family in NYC, and then, sometime around 1947-48, left New York and
joined his daughter in Israel.

His Israeli grandchildren believe their grandfather immigrated right around
the time of Israeli independence but they do not know the date. Does
anyone any have ideas of how I could locate this great uncle's records -- either
records of his departure >from the US (he was in the States on a tourist visa
which, I believe, he converted into an immigration visa in 1945 or so) or
records of his arrival in Israel? Thanks.

David Laskin, Seattle, WA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Israeli Immigration Records #general

David Laskin
 

A great uncle of mine left Poland just before World War II, joined our
family in NYC, and then, sometime around 1947-48, left New York and
joined his daughter in Israel.

His Israeli grandchildren believe their grandfather immigrated right around
the time of Israeli independence but they do not know the date. Does
anyone any have ideas of how I could locate this great uncle's records -- either
records of his departure >from the US (he was in the States on a tourist visa
which, I believe, he converted into an immigration visa in 1945 or so) or
records of his arrival in Israel? Thanks.

David Laskin, Seattle, WA


Re: 1940 Census questions #general

Paul Silverstone
 

Now that a well-known website has indexed New York so you can look up
entries by name, the necessity of finding people by the address method
is much less needed.

Paul Silverstone

On 6/20/2012 10:22 AM, Joel Weintraub wrote:
A question arose yesterday on finding two families in Brooklyn at the
same address but on separate pages on the 1940 census.

First, if the researcher had used Google maps, and gone down to a street
view, they would have seen the residence in question. Assuming it's the
same structure as 1940, you would see it is a duplex.

Second, readers should know that the number of pages in a 1940 census
district is **not** the same as the sheet numbers. So a census sheet has
an "A" and "B" side. Sheet 1A is page 1, Sheet 1B is page 2. But it gets
more complicated than that for 1940.

Our utilities for finding census districts by location on the
stevemorse.org site, correctly gave the right census district for the
family the researcher was seeking in Brooklyn. But when they got to that
ED (enumeration district) and did not find their family the first time
they arrived at the sheet that had that address, they gave up. If they
had continued to look through the ED, or better yet, jumped to Sheet 61A
and higher, they would have found their family without waiting for a
name index. So what is Sheet 61A?

The enumerators were given instructions on how to number the sheets. If
a family was not at home, they either left a postcard asking for a later
appointment or/and left a preliminary blank census sheet to be filled
out and the enumerator would pick it up later. The enumerator's
instructions were that those followups were to be put on Sheet 61A and
higher. In addition, the enumerator on April 8th, 1940 was told to go to
areas where transients would be found (hotels, flophouses,
Hoovervilles), and those people were put on a labelled Sheet 81A.

Thus you could have a situation for an ED that contained 3 sheets (6
pages) and Sheets 1A and 1B could contain the usual first route of the
enumerator, the 3rd page could be 61A which contained followups, and the
5th page could contain transients (81A).


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

Paul Silverstone
 

Now that a well-known website has indexed New York so you can look up
entries by name, the necessity of finding people by the address method
is much less needed.

Paul Silverstone

On 6/20/2012 10:22 AM, Joel Weintraub wrote:
A question arose yesterday on finding two families in Brooklyn at the
same address but on separate pages on the 1940 census.

First, if the researcher had used Google maps, and gone down to a street
view, they would have seen the residence in question. Assuming it's the
same structure as 1940, you would see it is a duplex.

Second, readers should know that the number of pages in a 1940 census
district is **not** the same as the sheet numbers. So a census sheet has
an "A" and "B" side. Sheet 1A is page 1, Sheet 1B is page 2. But it gets
more complicated than that for 1940.

Our utilities for finding census districts by location on the
stevemorse.org site, correctly gave the right census district for the
family the researcher was seeking in Brooklyn. But when they got to that
ED (enumeration district) and did not find their family the first time
they arrived at the sheet that had that address, they gave up. If they
had continued to look through the ED, or better yet, jumped to Sheet 61A
and higher, they would have found their family without waiting for a
name index. So what is Sheet 61A?

The enumerators were given instructions on how to number the sheets. If
a family was not at home, they either left a postcard asking for a later
appointment or/and left a preliminary blank census sheet to be filled
out and the enumerator would pick it up later. The enumerator's
instructions were that those followups were to be put on Sheet 61A and
higher. In addition, the enumerator on April 8th, 1940 was told to go to
areas where transients would be found (hotels, flophouses,
Hoovervilles), and those people were put on a labelled Sheet 81A.

Thus you could have a situation for an ED that contained 3 sheets (6
pages) and Sheets 1A and 1B could contain the usual first route of the
enumerator, the 3rd page could be 61A which contained followups, and the
5th page could contain transients (81A).


Re: 1940 Census questions #general

Jeff Miller
 

I received wonderful help >from many and have thanked those who provided
inputs.

I learned that the area has mostly two-family homes. One of the families is
listed at the address in question (my relatives) owned the property, and
the other rented.

Google maps or brooklyn.blockshopper.com/ would show that the property was
a duplex.

It was pointed out by one respondent that in the April-June 2012 NGS
magazine of the National Genealogical Society was an article on the 1940
census, which described how the enumerators reported their findings based on
whether they found the family at home the first time they tried (sheets 1A
and following), or at later times (sheets 61A and following), or in
transient circumstances (sheets 81A and following); Joel Weintraub addressed
this in his post in the Digest yesterday.

Based on this, it looked like my family wasn't home the day the Census taker
came through, and so the renter appeared on the early pages, and my family
was reported later.

It's interesting to learn of the circumstances of my relatives; apparently
it was customary for families to get help in paying off their mortgages and
expenses by renting out part of their homes. Although I was aware of
somewhat parallel circumstances nowadays where people rent out their
townhouses, condos, and private residences, this is mostly for investment
purposes; my experience with the older generation was with much poorer
families that rented rather than owned their living quarters.

In the case of this particular relative, my relatives rented out one level,
probably the main level, and had been doing so at least since 1935. The
family that was renting was paying $50 per month rent to the owners, a bit
of a bargain considering other rents on the same block ranged >from $55 to
$60 per month. The renter head-of-household was a clothing cutter in a
clothing shop. The owner was a manufacturer in the clothing industry. I do
not know whether there was any family relationship between the owning and
renting families, or whether the renter worked for the owner, or whether the
owner and renter had some other connection such as being >from the same town
in Eastern Europe (i.e., Panevezys, Lithuania).

Jeff Miller, Maryland
Researching: LAN, WIENER, YUDELOWITZ/VICH, BLANKFORT, WHITEMAN, WEISSMAN,
GLASS, SPEKTOR/RABINOVICH >from Panevezys, Pumpenai, Vilijampole, Seta;
MLYNARZ >from Ostroleka Poland: FREIDER, FRAIDER >from Kuzmin, Ukraine


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

Jeff Miller
 

I received wonderful help >from many and have thanked those who provided
inputs.

I learned that the area has mostly two-family homes. One of the families is
listed at the address in question (my relatives) owned the property, and
the other rented.

Google maps or brooklyn.blockshopper.com/ would show that the property was
a duplex.

It was pointed out by one respondent that in the April-June 2012 NGS
magazine of the National Genealogical Society was an article on the 1940
census, which described how the enumerators reported their findings based on
whether they found the family at home the first time they tried (sheets 1A
and following), or at later times (sheets 61A and following), or in
transient circumstances (sheets 81A and following); Joel Weintraub addressed
this in his post in the Digest yesterday.

Based on this, it looked like my family wasn't home the day the Census taker
came through, and so the renter appeared on the early pages, and my family
was reported later.

It's interesting to learn of the circumstances of my relatives; apparently
it was customary for families to get help in paying off their mortgages and
expenses by renting out part of their homes. Although I was aware of
somewhat parallel circumstances nowadays where people rent out their
townhouses, condos, and private residences, this is mostly for investment
purposes; my experience with the older generation was with much poorer
families that rented rather than owned their living quarters.

In the case of this particular relative, my relatives rented out one level,
probably the main level, and had been doing so at least since 1935. The
family that was renting was paying $50 per month rent to the owners, a bit
of a bargain considering other rents on the same block ranged >from $55 to
$60 per month. The renter head-of-household was a clothing cutter in a
clothing shop. The owner was a manufacturer in the clothing industry. I do
not know whether there was any family relationship between the owning and
renting families, or whether the renter worked for the owner, or whether the
owner and renter had some other connection such as being >from the same town
in Eastern Europe (i.e., Panevezys, Lithuania).

Jeff Miller, Maryland
Researching: LAN, WIENER, YUDELOWITZ/VICH, BLANKFORT, WHITEMAN, WEISSMAN,
GLASS, SPEKTOR/RABINOVICH >from Panevezys, Pumpenai, Vilijampole, Seta;
MLYNARZ >from Ostroleka Poland: FREIDER, FRAIDER >from Kuzmin, Ukraine


Contact Information for Former Residents of Yurberg, Lithuania #southafrica

Marcy Greene
 

Just wondering if anybody has any contact information for four former residents of
Jurbarkas(Yurberg in Yiddish),Lithuania who survived the Holocaust and as far as I
know still live in South Africa.I found the names of Quen Faktor,Herbert Idelson,
Ruby Levin and Lazar Levin listed in the Yurberg Yizkor Book as people >from Yurberg
living abroad.I am hoping to speak to them,if they are still alive,to see if they
remember and aunt of mine,Jeta Reichman Liubovsky who also lived in Yurberg and
whose entire family perished there in 1941 when the Germans invaded Lithuania.
I am hoping to find out the names of Jeta Liubovsky's husband and children so I
can place their names on Pages of Testimony or Memorial Pages at Yad Vashem
Holocaust Museum so their names will be remembered forever.Any help would be
gratefully appreciated.Thank you everybody for taking the time to read my e-mail.
All the best,

David Feder,St.John's,Newfoundland,Canada


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Contact Information for Former Residents of Yurberg, Lithuania #southafrica

Marcy Greene
 

Just wondering if anybody has any contact information for four former residents of
Jurbarkas(Yurberg in Yiddish),Lithuania who survived the Holocaust and as far as I
know still live in South Africa.I found the names of Quen Faktor,Herbert Idelson,
Ruby Levin and Lazar Levin listed in the Yurberg Yizkor Book as people >from Yurberg
living abroad.I am hoping to speak to them,if they are still alive,to see if they
remember and aunt of mine,Jeta Reichman Liubovsky who also lived in Yurberg and
whose entire family perished there in 1941 when the Germans invaded Lithuania.
I am hoping to find out the names of Jeta Liubovsky's husband and children so I
can place their names on Pages of Testimony or Memorial Pages at Yad Vashem
Holocaust Museum so their names will be remembered forever.Any help would be
gratefully appreciated.Thank you everybody for taking the time to read my e-mail.
All the best,

David Feder,St.John's,Newfoundland,Canada


Re: IKG data via familysearch.org #austria-czech

Thomas F. Weiss
 

Hi Lorraine,

I used Firefox 3.0.19 and searched at
https://familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://familysearch.org/searchapi/search/collection/2028320
Then tried (just a first guess) 15. Bezirk (Funfhaus-Sechshaus)
Geburtsbucher. I navigated to the birthdate you indicated and found the
record. I sent you a copy of the record in separate email.

I hope this helps.

Tom Weiss
Newton, MA
tfweiss@mit.edu


Re: IKG database #austria-czech

Bob Lenk
 

Several SIG members have written about records/registers >from the Wien
IKG that are not available online at the FHL site. I have a theory base
on what I have observed. The FHL microfilms often combines several
registers on a single film (and also split registers between films).
On their website they are trying to organize the registers more
systematically - first by jurisdiction, then be type of register, and
finally by register. It looks like they have made available online the
films that fit this organization well. Registers that are not
available include those which are on the same film with registers >from
another jusrisdiction/district. I have also noticed at least one case
where the excluded registers (The "A" and "B" birth registers for the
years 1826-1858) are on the same film with a register that cannot be
placed online because it includes newer records that would violate
Austrian privacy laws (the 1932-1938 birth index).

Hopefully someone who is in contact with the FHL about this project can
advise us about whether my theory is correct, and what the plan/schedule
is for getting the remaining registers online.

Bob Lenk
Greeley, Colorado, USA


Re: IKG database - two or more sets ? #austria-czech

w.e.eckstein@...
 

Ronny Roberts asked if there are two sets of Vienna Jewish records.
The answer is: Yes
The first set filmed by the mormons in 1960th and available also at Vienna
City Archive are handmade copies - not available online and incomplete.

The second set filmed between 2004 and 2006 is >from the original records and
more than complete: it has also Geburtsanzeigen - the source for birth
records, and more. When they will finish the digitalization, the site should
have:

BIRTH
Book Years Vol No of records mormons
Geburtsbuch 1784-1799 Y
Geburtsbuch 1800-1836 Y
Geburtsbuch 1837-1840 Y
Geburtsbuch 1840-1844 Y
Geburtsbuch 1844-1849 Y
Geburtsbuch 1826-1848 A 2627 N
Geburtsbuch 1848-1858 B 3968 N
Geburtsbuch 1858-1864 C 4879 Y
Geburtsbuch 1864-1867 D-1 3672 Y
Geburtsbuch 1867-1870 D-2 3655 Y
Geburtsbuch 1870-1872 E-1 4182 Y
Geburtsbuch 1872-1874 E-2 3910 Y
Geburtsbuch 1874-1877 F 6958 Y
Geburtsbuch 1878-1880 G 6408 Y
Geburtsbuch 1881-1882 H 4440 Y
Geburtsbuch 1883-1884 J 4183 Y
Geburtsbuch 1885-1886 K 4309 Y
Geburtsbuch 1887-1888 L 4245 Y
Geburtsbuch 1889-1890 M 4436 Y
Geburtsbuch 1891-1891 N 2646 Y
Geburtsbuch 1892-1892 O 2982 Y
Geburtsbuch 1893-1893 P 3108 Y
Geburtsbuch 1894-1894 Q 3235 Y
Geburtsbuch 1895-1895 R 3186 Y
Geburtsbuch 1896-1896 S 3328 Y
Geburtsbuch 1897-1897 T 3265 Y
Geburtsbuch 1898-1898 U 3223 Y
Geburtsbuch 1899-1899 V 3236 Y
Geburtsbuch 1900-1900 W 3279 Y
Geburtsbuch 1901-1901 X-1 1608 Y
Geburtsbuch 1901-1901 X-2 1576 Y
Geburtsbuch 1902-1902 Y-1 1600 Y
Geburtsbuch 1902-1902 Y-2 1563 Y
Geburtsbuch 1903-1903 Z-1 1584 Y
Geburtsbuch 1903-1903 Z-2 1508 Y
Geburtsbuch 1904-1904 I-1 1520 Y
Geburtsbuch 1904-1904 I-2 1511 Y
Geburtsbuch 1905-1905 II-1 1440 Y
Geburtsbuch 1905-1905 II-2 1390 Y
Geburtsbuch 1906-1906 III 2895 Y
Geburtsbuch 1907-1907 IV-1 Y
Geburtsbuch 1907-1907 IV-2 Y
Geburtsbuch 1908-1908 V-1 Y
Geburtsbuch 1908-1908 V-2 Y
Geburtsbuch 1909-1909 VI Y
Geburtsbuch 1910-1910 VII Y
Geburtsbuch 1911-1911 VIII Y
Geburtsbuch Fuenfhaus 1868-1892 4541 Y
Geburtsbuch Ottakring 1874-1892 3876 N
Geburtsbuch Waehring 1882-1892 1523 N
Geburtsbuch Floridsdorf 1846- 2428 N
Geburtsbuch Tuerken 1846- 1440 N

MARRIAGES

Book Years Vol No of records mormons
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1785-1800 72 N
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1800- N
Trauungsbuch Horwitz 1843-1868 824 N
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1826-1857 A 476 N
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1857-1871 B 1079 N
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1871-1875 C 1052 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1876-1881 D 1100 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1881-1885 E 895 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1885-1889 F 1056 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1889-1892 G 867 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1892-1893 H 744 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1894-1895 J 936 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1896-1897 K 1037 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1898-1899 L 1132 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1900-1902 M 877 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1902-1903 N 1105 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1903-1906 O 1137 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1907-1909 P Y

Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1858-1871 A 1314 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1871-1879 B 1084 N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1879-1886 C 1239 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1886-1890 D 910 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1890-1895 E 1033 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1895-1899 F 1061 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1899-1902 G 1069 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1903-1907 H Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1908- N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1909- N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1910- N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1911- N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1912- N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1913- N

Trauungsbuch Fuenfhaus 4123
Trauungsbuch Ottakring 2790
Trauungsbuch Waehring 2034
Trauungsbuch Militaerseelsorge 1915-1919 1428
Trauungsbuch Tuerken 1846-
Trauungsbuch 2, Leopoldsgasse 1900-
Trauungsbuch 2, Pazmanitengasse 1915-
Trauungsbuch 2, Schiffgasse 1900-
Trauungsbuch 3, Landstrasse 1902-
Trauungsbuch 5, Margareten 1902-
Trauungsbuch 6, Mariahilf 1900-
Trauungsbuch 8, Josefstadt 1903-
Trauungsbuch 9, Alsergrund 1900-
Trauungsbuch 10, Favoriten 1900-
Trauungsbuch 20, Brigittenau 1907-

DEATH
Book Years Vol No of records mormons
Sterbebuch 1784-1799 440 y
Sterbebuch 1800-1822 y
Sterbebuch 1823-1832 y
Sterbebuch 1833-1839 y
Sterbebuch 1840-1841 y
Sterbebuch 1840-1848 y
Sterbebuch 1842-1843 y
Sterbebuch 1826-1847 A (1) 2806 n
Sterbebuch 1848-1859 B (1) 4016 n
Sterbebuch 1859-1865 C (1) 4245 y
Sterbebuch 1866-1870 D (1) 4468 y
Sterbebuch 1870-1874 E (1) 4470 y
Sterbebuch 1874-1879 F (1) 6928 y
Sterbebuch 1879-1882 A 5722 y
Sterbebuch 1883-1884 B 3163 y
Sterbebuch 1885-1886 C 2630 y
Sterbebuch 1887-1888 D 2624 y
Sterbebuch 1889-1891 E 3408 y
Sterbebuch 1891-1892 F 2629 y
Sterbebuch 1893-1893 G 2030 y
Sterbebuch 1894-1894 H 2012 y
Sterbebuch 1895-1895 J 2023 y
Sterbebuch 1896-1896 K 1937 y
Sterbebuch 1897-1897 L 1884 y
Sterbebuch 1898-1898 M 1885 y
Sterbebuch 1899-1899 N 2055 y
Sterbebuch 1900-1900 O 1972 y
Sterbebuch 1901-1901 P 2046 y
Sterbebuch 1902-1902 Q 2064 y
Sterbebuch 1903-1903 R 1955 y
Sterbebuch 1904-1904 S 2073 y
Sterbebuch 1905-1905 T 2205 y
Sterbebuch 1906-1906 U 2105 y
Sterbebuch 1907-1907 V 2096 y
Sterbebuch 1908-1908 W 2208 y
Sterbebuch 1909-1909 X 2257 y
Sterbebuch 1910-1910 Y 2265 y
Sterbebuch 1911-1911 Z 2392 y
Sterbebuch Fuenfhaus 1876-1892 1780 N
Sterbebuch Ottakring 1880-1892 1208 N
Sterbebuch Waehring 1880-1892 1787 Y
Sterbebuch Floridsdorf 1877- 1196 N
Sterbebuch Tuerken 1867- 832 N

In the mean time my office in Vienna is open for all of you...
---------------------------
Wolf-Erich Eckstein
Vienna, Austria


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: IKG data via familysearch.org #austria-czech

Thomas F. Weiss
 

Hi Lorraine,

I used Firefox 3.0.19 and searched at
https://familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://familysearch.org/searchapi/search/collection/2028320
Then tried (just a first guess) 15. Bezirk (Funfhaus-Sechshaus)
Geburtsbucher. I navigated to the birthdate you indicated and found the
record. I sent you a copy of the record in separate email.

I hope this helps.

Tom Weiss
Newton, MA
tfweiss@mit.edu


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: IKG database #austria-czech

Bob Lenk
 

Several SIG members have written about records/registers >from the Wien
IKG that are not available online at the FHL site. I have a theory base
on what I have observed. The FHL microfilms often combines several
registers on a single film (and also split registers between films).
On their website they are trying to organize the registers more
systematically - first by jurisdiction, then be type of register, and
finally by register. It looks like they have made available online the
films that fit this organization well. Registers that are not
available include those which are on the same film with registers >from
another jusrisdiction/district. I have also noticed at least one case
where the excluded registers (The "A" and "B" birth registers for the
years 1826-1858) are on the same film with a register that cannot be
placed online because it includes newer records that would violate
Austrian privacy laws (the 1932-1938 birth index).

Hopefully someone who is in contact with the FHL about this project can
advise us about whether my theory is correct, and what the plan/schedule
is for getting the remaining registers online.

Bob Lenk
Greeley, Colorado, USA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech AW: IKG database - two or more sets ? #austria-czech

w.e.eckstein@...
 

Ronny Roberts asked if there are two sets of Vienna Jewish records.
The answer is: Yes
The first set filmed by the mormons in 1960th and available also at Vienna
City Archive are handmade copies - not available online and incomplete.

The second set filmed between 2004 and 2006 is >from the original records and
more than complete: it has also Geburtsanzeigen - the source for birth
records, and more. When they will finish the digitalization, the site should
have:

BIRTH
Book Years Vol No of records mormons
Geburtsbuch 1784-1799 Y
Geburtsbuch 1800-1836 Y
Geburtsbuch 1837-1840 Y
Geburtsbuch 1840-1844 Y
Geburtsbuch 1844-1849 Y
Geburtsbuch 1826-1848 A 2627 N
Geburtsbuch 1848-1858 B 3968 N
Geburtsbuch 1858-1864 C 4879 Y
Geburtsbuch 1864-1867 D-1 3672 Y
Geburtsbuch 1867-1870 D-2 3655 Y
Geburtsbuch 1870-1872 E-1 4182 Y
Geburtsbuch 1872-1874 E-2 3910 Y
Geburtsbuch 1874-1877 F 6958 Y
Geburtsbuch 1878-1880 G 6408 Y
Geburtsbuch 1881-1882 H 4440 Y
Geburtsbuch 1883-1884 J 4183 Y
Geburtsbuch 1885-1886 K 4309 Y
Geburtsbuch 1887-1888 L 4245 Y
Geburtsbuch 1889-1890 M 4436 Y
Geburtsbuch 1891-1891 N 2646 Y
Geburtsbuch 1892-1892 O 2982 Y
Geburtsbuch 1893-1893 P 3108 Y
Geburtsbuch 1894-1894 Q 3235 Y
Geburtsbuch 1895-1895 R 3186 Y
Geburtsbuch 1896-1896 S 3328 Y
Geburtsbuch 1897-1897 T 3265 Y
Geburtsbuch 1898-1898 U 3223 Y
Geburtsbuch 1899-1899 V 3236 Y
Geburtsbuch 1900-1900 W 3279 Y
Geburtsbuch 1901-1901 X-1 1608 Y
Geburtsbuch 1901-1901 X-2 1576 Y
Geburtsbuch 1902-1902 Y-1 1600 Y
Geburtsbuch 1902-1902 Y-2 1563 Y
Geburtsbuch 1903-1903 Z-1 1584 Y
Geburtsbuch 1903-1903 Z-2 1508 Y
Geburtsbuch 1904-1904 I-1 1520 Y
Geburtsbuch 1904-1904 I-2 1511 Y
Geburtsbuch 1905-1905 II-1 1440 Y
Geburtsbuch 1905-1905 II-2 1390 Y
Geburtsbuch 1906-1906 III 2895 Y
Geburtsbuch 1907-1907 IV-1 Y
Geburtsbuch 1907-1907 IV-2 Y
Geburtsbuch 1908-1908 V-1 Y
Geburtsbuch 1908-1908 V-2 Y
Geburtsbuch 1909-1909 VI Y
Geburtsbuch 1910-1910 VII Y
Geburtsbuch 1911-1911 VIII Y
Geburtsbuch Fuenfhaus 1868-1892 4541 Y
Geburtsbuch Ottakring 1874-1892 3876 N
Geburtsbuch Waehring 1882-1892 1523 N
Geburtsbuch Floridsdorf 1846- 2428 N
Geburtsbuch Tuerken 1846- 1440 N

MARRIAGES

Book Years Vol No of records mormons
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1785-1800 72 N
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1800- N
Trauungsbuch Horwitz 1843-1868 824 N
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1826-1857 A 476 N
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1857-1871 B 1079 N
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1871-1875 C 1052 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1876-1881 D 1100 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1881-1885 E 895 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1885-1889 F 1056 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1889-1892 G 867 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1892-1893 H 744 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1894-1895 J 936 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1896-1897 K 1037 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1898-1899 L 1132 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1900-1902 M 877 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1902-1903 N 1105 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1903-1906 O 1137 Y
Trauungsbuch Stadt 1907-1909 P Y

Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1858-1871 A 1314 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1871-1879 B 1084 N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1879-1886 C 1239 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1886-1890 D 910 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1890-1895 E 1033 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1895-1899 F 1061 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1899-1902 G 1069 Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1903-1907 H Y
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1908- N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1909- N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1910- N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1911- N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1912- N
Trauungsbuch 2, Tempelgasse 1913- N

Trauungsbuch Fuenfhaus 4123
Trauungsbuch Ottakring 2790
Trauungsbuch Waehring 2034
Trauungsbuch Militaerseelsorge 1915-1919 1428
Trauungsbuch Tuerken 1846-
Trauungsbuch 2, Leopoldsgasse 1900-
Trauungsbuch 2, Pazmanitengasse 1915-
Trauungsbuch 2, Schiffgasse 1900-
Trauungsbuch 3, Landstrasse 1902-
Trauungsbuch 5, Margareten 1902-
Trauungsbuch 6, Mariahilf 1900-
Trauungsbuch 8, Josefstadt 1903-
Trauungsbuch 9, Alsergrund 1900-
Trauungsbuch 10, Favoriten 1900-
Trauungsbuch 20, Brigittenau 1907-

DEATH
Book Years Vol No of records mormons
Sterbebuch 1784-1799 440 y
Sterbebuch 1800-1822 y
Sterbebuch 1823-1832 y
Sterbebuch 1833-1839 y
Sterbebuch 1840-1841 y
Sterbebuch 1840-1848 y
Sterbebuch 1842-1843 y
Sterbebuch 1826-1847 A (1) 2806 n
Sterbebuch 1848-1859 B (1) 4016 n
Sterbebuch 1859-1865 C (1) 4245 y
Sterbebuch 1866-1870 D (1) 4468 y
Sterbebuch 1870-1874 E (1) 4470 y
Sterbebuch 1874-1879 F (1) 6928 y
Sterbebuch 1879-1882 A 5722 y
Sterbebuch 1883-1884 B 3163 y
Sterbebuch 1885-1886 C 2630 y
Sterbebuch 1887-1888 D 2624 y
Sterbebuch 1889-1891 E 3408 y
Sterbebuch 1891-1892 F 2629 y
Sterbebuch 1893-1893 G 2030 y
Sterbebuch 1894-1894 H 2012 y
Sterbebuch 1895-1895 J 2023 y
Sterbebuch 1896-1896 K 1937 y
Sterbebuch 1897-1897 L 1884 y
Sterbebuch 1898-1898 M 1885 y
Sterbebuch 1899-1899 N 2055 y
Sterbebuch 1900-1900 O 1972 y
Sterbebuch 1901-1901 P 2046 y
Sterbebuch 1902-1902 Q 2064 y
Sterbebuch 1903-1903 R 1955 y
Sterbebuch 1904-1904 S 2073 y
Sterbebuch 1905-1905 T 2205 y
Sterbebuch 1906-1906 U 2105 y
Sterbebuch 1907-1907 V 2096 y
Sterbebuch 1908-1908 W 2208 y
Sterbebuch 1909-1909 X 2257 y
Sterbebuch 1910-1910 Y 2265 y
Sterbebuch 1911-1911 Z 2392 y
Sterbebuch Fuenfhaus 1876-1892 1780 N
Sterbebuch Ottakring 1880-1892 1208 N
Sterbebuch Waehring 1880-1892 1787 Y
Sterbebuch Floridsdorf 1877- 1196 N
Sterbebuch Tuerken 1867- 832 N

In the mean time my office in Vienna is open for all of you...
---------------------------
Wolf-Erich Eckstein
Vienna, Austria


Re: Court Rabbi records and draft avoider records and Kretinga, Lithuania #general

Joyaa Antares
 

Hi Chana,

It would be worth your posting this message to LitvakSIG. Also, if you
haven't done so already, it might be worth your paying a visit to the
Telsiai DRG (http://telsiai.shutterfly.com) as they have a wealth of data
relating to Kretinga. (You'll also find some FEINSTEINs in nearby Polangen
amongst the Telsiai data). All Telsiai info eventually finds its way to
the All Lithuanian Database but takes about 18 months to get there

Good luck!

Joyaa Antares
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Researching ZAUSMER, ZOUSMER, ZESMER, CHOUSMER, CHAUSMER, TSOUZMER etc,
MARCUS, DAVIDOFF in Polangen, Kretinga, Darbenai, Libau, Riga, Memel
SCHORR, SCHERZER, JURIS and DAWID in Buckaczowce, Ottynia, Nadworna, & Kolomyya
ZUNDER in Buckaczowce and Ivano-Frankivsk
KEMPNER in Berlin, Lodz, Warszawa and London
GERSON, SIDERSKY in Gumbinnen, Koenigsberg, Danzig, Berlin and South Africa

From: rachel rachel <rachel_rachel9@hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2012

I'm trying to trace my GG-Grandfather who lived in or near Kretinga,
Lithuania, who was supposed to have been the only rabbi in a small,
Jewish-only Shtetl. (This is what makes me think he was near, not in
Kretinga. Kretinga was on my G-grandfather's immigration papers.) His
name may have been SHTERN.... [SNIP]


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Court Rabbi records and draft avoider records and Kretinga, Lithuania #general

Joyaa Antares
 

Hi Chana,

It would be worth your posting this message to LitvakSIG. Also, if you
haven't done so already, it might be worth your paying a visit to the
Telsiai DRG (http://telsiai.shutterfly.com) as they have a wealth of data
relating to Kretinga. (You'll also find some FEINSTEINs in nearby Polangen
amongst the Telsiai data). All Telsiai info eventually finds its way to
the All Lithuanian Database but takes about 18 months to get there

Good luck!

Joyaa Antares
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Researching ZAUSMER, ZOUSMER, ZESMER, CHOUSMER, CHAUSMER, TSOUZMER etc,
MARCUS, DAVIDOFF in Polangen, Kretinga, Darbenai, Libau, Riga, Memel
SCHORR, SCHERZER, JURIS and DAWID in Buckaczowce, Ottynia, Nadworna, & Kolomyya
ZUNDER in Buckaczowce and Ivano-Frankivsk
KEMPNER in Berlin, Lodz, Warszawa and London
GERSON, SIDERSKY in Gumbinnen, Koenigsberg, Danzig, Berlin and South Africa

From: rachel rachel <rachel_rachel9@hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2012

I'm trying to trace my GG-Grandfather who lived in or near Kretinga,
Lithuania, who was supposed to have been the only rabbi in a small,
Jewish-only Shtetl. (This is what makes me think he was near, not in
Kretinga. Kretinga was on my G-grandfather's immigration papers.) His
name may have been SHTERN.... [SNIP]


ViewMate direct translation request: German (or Polish) on PSA records #general

Dalya Dektor
 

I've posted 5 vital records >from the PSA for which I need a direct
translation of the unknown words.

At the bottom of each image I have written what I know >from what I see and
then "unknown word" for what I do not know. I do not read German or Polish.
I would appreciate your help for any individual words, or for all the
unknown words.

They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23311
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23309
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23307
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23305
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23080

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Dalya Dektor
California

Searching: AST, WEINTRAUB, BREITFELD, SPINDEL >from Berezhany and other
nearby towns.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate direct translation request: German (or Polish) on PSA records #general

Dalya Dektor
 

I've posted 5 vital records >from the PSA for which I need a direct
translation of the unknown words.

At the bottom of each image I have written what I know >from what I see and
then "unknown word" for what I do not know. I do not read German or Polish.
I would appreciate your help for any individual words, or for all the
unknown words.

They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23311
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23309
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23307
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23305
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=V23080

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Dalya Dektor
California

Searching: AST, WEINTRAUB, BREITFELD, SPINDEL >from Berezhany and other
nearby towns.


Re: Complete confusion #dna

Charles Nydorf <cnydorf@...>
 

It does seem that I am able to see more on my non-Jewish cousins on
Family Finder than on 23andme Relative Finder.

Charles Nydorf

On 6/20/12, Sarah L Meyer <sarahlmeyer@suddenlink.net> wrote:
...Has Family finder changed
their algorithms to look more like GEDMATCH - which does not have a Jewish
option? ...

Sarah L Meyer Christiansen
Georgetown TX


DNA Research #DNA Re: Complete confusion #dna

Charles Nydorf <cnydorf@...>
 

It does seem that I am able to see more on my non-Jewish cousins on
Family Finder than on 23andme Relative Finder.

Charles Nydorf

On 6/20/12, Sarah L Meyer <sarahlmeyer@suddenlink.net> wrote:
...Has Family finder changed
their algorithms to look more like GEDMATCH - which does not have a Jewish
option? ...

Sarah L Meyer Christiansen
Georgetown TX

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