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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Errors in Irish Jewish Ancestors Post #lithuania

monicamcmullin@mac.com
 

I posted the message below yesterday and noticed the errors in
the costs of flights and BMD certificates that I had mentioned.
It appears there's a problem with the English Pound symbol,
which seems to appear as the number three!
I have posted my message again adjusting the errors.

In reply to Ann Rabinowitz's great information on Irish Jewry.
My research into my Jewish ancestors has also taken me to Dublin
and after searching the usual avenues, I've also been lucky in finding
them by sheer speculation while the exchange rate >from Euro to English
Pound has been favourable. In England Pounds it costs 9.25p to obtain a copy
of a BMD certificate >from the GRO, compared to only 6 Euros at Dublin's GRO.

So while the exchange rate of English Pound to Euro was good for me,
I speculated and found 3 siblings to my grandfather in Dublin, plus my gt.
grandparents! Sometimes the rate of exchange was less than 5 English Pounds,
so the few wrong certs I acquired didn't hurt my purse too much, given the
successes I achieved.

I've a few wrong marriage certs for FREEDMAN (and variants) that might
be right for other researchers. If anyone would like details please
contact me via my email below.

My brick wall is my grandmother Faiga/Feige/Fege FREEDMAN/FREEMAN.
According to genealogist Stuart ROSENBLATT's records, there's a grave
for Feige FREEMAN at Dolphin's Barn cemetery on 7th July 1927.
Alas, there's no gravestone and the Dublin GRO have traced up to 5 years
before and 5 years after this date, but found no record of her death
under any variation of her first or family name and the burial books at
Dolphin's Barn cemetery gave no further details.

I would like to add to Ann's information that, the only censuses that
are available for Ireland are 1901 and 1911. Besides the website Ann
mentions, both censuses are 'free' to view at
http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie

My great grandparents, Tobias and Faiga FREEDMAN are listed on the 1901
census at 2, Emorville Square in Dublin, although my grandfather Tobias
is listed as Julia on the transcript! But the original census looks like
Tubia. His death certificate states clearly that his name was Tobias
FREEDMAN.

I've not found my gt, grandmother Faiga FREEDMAN on the 1911 census,
neither in Ireland, nor in the UK. She must have died in Ireland, if
that's her grave at Dolphin's Barn cemetery in Dublin. But she remains a
mystery.

If you're lucky enough to live by any of the airports that Ryanair use,
then a cheap trip to Dublin's National Archives is well worth while. I
got a Day-Return Dublin-Liverpool for less than 10 English Pounds!
Nearly as cheap as ordering a certificate >from our GRO, and the flight
from Liverpool is about 40 minutes.
The Dublin NA holds the 17 volumes that Stuart ROSENBLATT has written
about the Jews of Ireland and they also have the original alien records
from the Metropolitan Police. Any immigrants who did not naturalise were
recorded in these alien records and my grandfather Louis FREEDMAN visited
Dublin >from Liverpool in July 1917. It was the most important 'find' of my
entire research, as the little fibber always stated on records that he was
German!

The alien records gave his place of birth as Sweksna, Kovno, Russia
(Sveksna). This was the vital evidence that tied him to his parents and
siblings, as he appeared to have no family in either Liverpool, where he
lived >from 1893 until he died in 1949, or in Leeds where he wed his 1st
wife Rachael SIMON in 1890 and lived until 1893. As yet, I've found no
record of them in Sveksna under any variation of their name -but I live
in hope.

Good luck everyone.

Monica McMullin
monicamcmullin@...

Researching: FRIEDMAN/FREEDMAN/FRIDMAN/FREEMAN.
COHEN. ROSENBERG. SIMON. YANKELOVITCH. LEVY. BERG/E.
HARRIS. RUSSELL. ABRAMSON.
Areas - Lithuania. Ireland. Leeds. Liverpool. London. Manchester.

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Errors in Irish Jewish Ancestors Post #lithuania

monicamcmullin@mac.com
 

I posted the message below yesterday and noticed the errors in
the costs of flights and BMD certificates that I had mentioned.
It appears there's a problem with the English Pound symbol,
which seems to appear as the number three!
I have posted my message again adjusting the errors.

In reply to Ann Rabinowitz's great information on Irish Jewry.
My research into my Jewish ancestors has also taken me to Dublin
and after searching the usual avenues, I've also been lucky in finding
them by sheer speculation while the exchange rate >from Euro to English
Pound has been favourable. In England Pounds it costs 9.25p to obtain a copy
of a BMD certificate >from the GRO, compared to only 6 Euros at Dublin's GRO.

So while the exchange rate of English Pound to Euro was good for me,
I speculated and found 3 siblings to my grandfather in Dublin, plus my gt.
grandparents! Sometimes the rate of exchange was less than 5 English Pounds,
so the few wrong certs I acquired didn't hurt my purse too much, given the
successes I achieved.

I've a few wrong marriage certs for FREEDMAN (and variants) that might
be right for other researchers. If anyone would like details please
contact me via my email below.

My brick wall is my grandmother Faiga/Feige/Fege FREEDMAN/FREEMAN.
According to genealogist Stuart ROSENBLATT's records, there's a grave
for Feige FREEMAN at Dolphin's Barn cemetery on 7th July 1927.
Alas, there's no gravestone and the Dublin GRO have traced up to 5 years
before and 5 years after this date, but found no record of her death
under any variation of her first or family name and the burial books at
Dolphin's Barn cemetery gave no further details.

I would like to add to Ann's information that, the only censuses that
are available for Ireland are 1901 and 1911. Besides the website Ann
mentions, both censuses are 'free' to view at
http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie

My great grandparents, Tobias and Faiga FREEDMAN are listed on the 1901
census at 2, Emorville Square in Dublin, although my grandfather Tobias
is listed as Julia on the transcript! But the original census looks like
Tubia. His death certificate states clearly that his name was Tobias
FREEDMAN.

I've not found my gt, grandmother Faiga FREEDMAN on the 1911 census,
neither in Ireland, nor in the UK. She must have died in Ireland, if
that's her grave at Dolphin's Barn cemetery in Dublin. But she remains a
mystery.

If you're lucky enough to live by any of the airports that Ryanair use,
then a cheap trip to Dublin's National Archives is well worth while. I
got a Day-Return Dublin-Liverpool for less than 10 English Pounds!
Nearly as cheap as ordering a certificate >from our GRO, and the flight
from Liverpool is about 40 minutes.
The Dublin NA holds the 17 volumes that Stuart ROSENBLATT has written
about the Jews of Ireland and they also have the original alien records
from the Metropolitan Police. Any immigrants who did not naturalise were
recorded in these alien records and my grandfather Louis FREEDMAN visited
Dublin >from Liverpool in July 1917. It was the most important 'find' of my
entire research, as the little fibber always stated on records that he was
German!

The alien records gave his place of birth as Sweksna, Kovno, Russia
(Sveksna). This was the vital evidence that tied him to his parents and
siblings, as he appeared to have no family in either Liverpool, where he
lived >from 1893 until he died in 1949, or in Leeds where he wed his 1st
wife Rachael SIMON in 1890 and lived until 1893. As yet, I've found no
record of them in Sveksna under any variation of their name -but I live
in hope.

Good luck everyone.

Monica McMullin
monicamcmullin@...

Researching: FRIEDMAN/FREEDMAN/FRIDMAN/FREEMAN.
COHEN. ROSENBERG. SIMON. YANKELOVITCH. LEVY. BERG/E.
HARRIS. RUSSELL. ABRAMSON.
Areas - Lithuania. Ireland. Leeds. Liverpool. London. Manchester.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: This is a perfect opportunity to remind everyone
that this list cannot accept any symbols such as the one for the
British Pound, or any accented characters. Inclusion of accented
characters or symbols will create coding in the message, which
sometimes can be removed but sometimes can be mistaken in its
meaning. Please spell out symbols and replace accented characters
with non-accented ones.


ViewMate Translations, Yiddish? #general

Chazk1
 

Dear Genners,

I've posted three portions of a birth record recently obtained >from AGAD.
I am hoping there is something in there that will help solve a family mystery.

I am not really sure of the language (or possibly languages) in which the
entries were written. Perhaps Yiddish or German?

I would be most grateful for any help in translating.

They are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM26699
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM26700
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM26701

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you so much for your generosity.
Maureen Kaye


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate Translations, Yiddish? #general

Chazk1
 

Dear Genners,

I've posted three portions of a birth record recently obtained >from AGAD.
I am hoping there is something in there that will help solve a family mystery.

I am not really sure of the language (or possibly languages) in which the
entries were written. Perhaps Yiddish or German?

I would be most grateful for any help in translating.

They are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM26699
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM26700
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM26701

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you so much for your generosity.
Maureen Kaye


ViewMate Translation, Most Likely Polish #general

Chazk1
 

Dear Genners,

I've posted a portion of a birth record in (what I think is) Polish.
Polish dictionary in hand, I've been able to figure out most of the
details, but this column has me stumped.
I would very much appreciate a loose translation.

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM26702

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much for your help.
Maureen Kaye


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate Translation, Most Likely Polish #general

Chazk1
 

Dear Genners,

I've posted a portion of a birth record in (what I think is) Polish.
Polish dictionary in hand, I've been able to figure out most of the
details, but this column has me stumped.
I would very much appreciate a loose translation.

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM26702

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much for your help.
Maureen Kaye


Viewmate 26677 Russian translation #general

Jean Marck
 

If the surname in line 202 is Gimbilovich? or Gimpilewitz please
translate entire entry for this Cherkassy birth record. Thanks

Jean Marck
La Crosse, WI
jeanm2332@...

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate 26677 Russian translation #general

Jean Marck
 

If the surname in line 202 is Gimbilovich? or Gimpilewitz please
translate entire entry for this Cherkassy birth record. Thanks

Jean Marck
La Crosse, WI
jeanm2332@...

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Viewmate 26678 Russian translation #general

Jean Marck
 

If line 15 is Gimbilovich or Gimpilewitz please translate entire entry
for this Cherkassy birth record. Thanks

Jean Marck
La Crosse, WI
jeanm2332@...

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate 26678 Russian translation #general

Jean Marck
 

If line 15 is Gimbilovich or Gimpilewitz please translate entire entry
for this Cherkassy birth record. Thanks

Jean Marck
La Crosse, WI
jeanm2332@...

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Re: Family name DAVIC / DAVICK / DEVIC #general

Roger Lustig
 

Dear Peter:

Welcome!

Could you tell us a little more about the ZERFIN ship record? I can't
seem to find it. I see them in the 1930 census, though.

To your question about naming: "someone who was born Jewish and converted"
covers a lot of ground. Moreover, you're asking about a woman, and the
rules about naming children after living ancestors (not relatives!) were
applied much more strictly to boys than to girls. So I wouldn't want to
use that as evidence of any particular background. (As to the Sephardic
angle: a person of Sephardic ancestry in an Ashkenazi community would have
gone with local custom. Sure beats having to explain oneself all the time.)

"Kasan in Prussia": I don't know of a place by that name, and besides,
Prussia ceased to be an independent state in 1871 when the German Empire
was founded.

Finally, please take the one most important step you can take: register
your interests at the JewishGen Family Finder. Sign up (it's free and
as anonymous as you want it to be), then enter your interests, say,
DAVIC/Lithuania. When you've done that, people will know what you're
interested in, and you can also search for people with *your*
interests. You and they can then contact one another via blind email if
you wish. Not to give anything away, but you'll be glad you did.

Oh, and once you've registered you can show us some of that ship's
manifest. Sounds interesting.

Good luck, and let us know what you find!

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA

On 3/20/2013 11:02 AM, Pglscs1@... wrote:
My name is Peter this is my first post.

I am trying to find out information about my great grandmother who
immigrated to the United States in 1892. Her maiden name was Anna DAVIC or some
variation of this. I have not seen any record of this name written. She
was either born Jewish and later converted to Catholicism or had Jewish
family history in previous generation and was born Catholic. This is unclear
from oral family information. So I don't know if DAVIC is a form of a known
Jewish name or not. This is one of my main questions at this point.

My father says she was >from Vilnius Lithuania (and there are many document
that give their nationality as Lithuanian) but the ship record states that
both her and my great grandfather were Prussians >from Kasan. His name on
the passenger list is Jan ZERFIN and her's is Anna ZERFIN. I only found
this out last night as they are known with the family name SERAPHIN(e) or
SERAPHIM in other records.

Anna was pregnant on the voyage to the United States and my grandmother was
born in Eastern Pennsylvania in 1893. Her name is also Anna. I was
wondering if someone who was born Jewish and converted would name their child
after a living relative. This seems unlikey to me but I am not sure. I have
also heard that Sephardic Jews will name children after living relatives
but I am not sure how many Sephardic Jews settled in either Lithuania / Kasan.

Another question I have is how likely is it that the passenger list is
accurate in term so "Prussian >from Kassan". I have found Information on
Prussian Lithuanians (Lietuvininkai) but they were generally not Catholic but
Lutherans / Protestants. And on those ship manifest, would it be written
down automatically that the wife was >from the same area as the husband.

This is what I have so far and am looking for suggestions or information
that my be useful.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Family name DAVIC / DAVICK / DEVIC #general

Roger Lustig
 

Dear Peter:

Welcome!

Could you tell us a little more about the ZERFIN ship record? I can't
seem to find it. I see them in the 1930 census, though.

To your question about naming: "someone who was born Jewish and converted"
covers a lot of ground. Moreover, you're asking about a woman, and the
rules about naming children after living ancestors (not relatives!) were
applied much more strictly to boys than to girls. So I wouldn't want to
use that as evidence of any particular background. (As to the Sephardic
angle: a person of Sephardic ancestry in an Ashkenazi community would have
gone with local custom. Sure beats having to explain oneself all the time.)

"Kasan in Prussia": I don't know of a place by that name, and besides,
Prussia ceased to be an independent state in 1871 when the German Empire
was founded.

Finally, please take the one most important step you can take: register
your interests at the JewishGen Family Finder. Sign up (it's free and
as anonymous as you want it to be), then enter your interests, say,
DAVIC/Lithuania. When you've done that, people will know what you're
interested in, and you can also search for people with *your*
interests. You and they can then contact one another via blind email if
you wish. Not to give anything away, but you'll be glad you did.

Oh, and once you've registered you can show us some of that ship's
manifest. Sounds interesting.

Good luck, and let us know what you find!

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA

On 3/20/2013 11:02 AM, Pglscs1@... wrote:
My name is Peter this is my first post.

I am trying to find out information about my great grandmother who
immigrated to the United States in 1892. Her maiden name was Anna DAVIC or some
variation of this. I have not seen any record of this name written. She
was either born Jewish and later converted to Catholicism or had Jewish
family history in previous generation and was born Catholic. This is unclear
from oral family information. So I don't know if DAVIC is a form of a known
Jewish name or not. This is one of my main questions at this point.

My father says she was >from Vilnius Lithuania (and there are many document
that give their nationality as Lithuanian) but the ship record states that
both her and my great grandfather were Prussians >from Kasan. His name on
the passenger list is Jan ZERFIN and her's is Anna ZERFIN. I only found
this out last night as they are known with the family name SERAPHIN(e) or
SERAPHIM in other records.

Anna was pregnant on the voyage to the United States and my grandmother was
born in Eastern Pennsylvania in 1893. Her name is also Anna. I was
wondering if someone who was born Jewish and converted would name their child
after a living relative. This seems unlikey to me but I am not sure. I have
also heard that Sephardic Jews will name children after living relatives
but I am not sure how many Sephardic Jews settled in either Lithuania / Kasan.

Another question I have is how likely is it that the passenger list is
accurate in term so "Prussian >from Kassan". I have found Information on
Prussian Lithuanians (Lietuvininkai) but they were generally not Catholic but
Lutherans / Protestants. And on those ship manifest, would it be written
down automatically that the wife was >from the same area as the husband.

This is what I have so far and am looking for suggestions or information
that my be useful.


Re: Given name - Godes #general

tom
 

The Jewishgen Given Names Database, once you figure out where to look, gives
Godes as a Lithuanian version of Yehudit, rather than Hadassah.

tom klein, Toronto

"JEAN PERKIN" <jeanperkin@...> wrote:
Has anyone heard of the names Godes as a girls name in the Vilna area around
the 1800s? Was wondering if it was Hadas or Hodes. As in Girsh and Hirsh.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Given name - Godes #general

tom
 

The Jewishgen Given Names Database, once you figure out where to look, gives
Godes as a Lithuanian version of Yehudit, rather than Hadassah.

tom klein, Toronto

"JEAN PERKIN" <jeanperkin@...> wrote:
Has anyone heard of the names Godes as a girls name in the Vilna area around
the 1800s? Was wondering if it was Hadas or Hodes. As in Girsh and Hirsh.


Interesting news article: determining origin of Eur Jews via DNA #general

Martha Forsyth
 

You may have to paste the link back together (yes, it does have a hyphen
that belongs there!)

http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5iJN90t2gN6hxGiFQuBv-gYQE060w?docId=CNG.52483183e4e0f60d963361c17572c848.81#.UUgqdDsl5mg.facebook

Martha Schecter Forsyth
Newton, MA

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Interesting news article: determining origin of Eur Jews via DNA #general

Martha Forsyth
 

You may have to paste the link back together (yes, it does have a hyphen
that belongs there!)

http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5iJN90t2gN6hxGiFQuBv-gYQE060w?docId=CNG.52483183e4e0f60d963361c17572c848.81#.UUgqdDsl5mg.facebook

Martha Schecter Forsyth
Newton, MA

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IAJGS Achievement Awards - some reminders #general

Renee Steinig
 

Since 1998, the Jewish genealogy community has acknowledged important
contributions by individuals and groups with IAJGS Achievement Awards,
presented annually by the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies. Thank you to those who have already submitted
nominations for the 2013 awards. For those who haven't completed their
nominations yet, here are some reminders:

-- Awards are given in four categories:

Lifetime Achievement Award
Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print
or Electronic Product
Outstanding Programming or Project that Advances the Objectives of
Jewish Genealogy
Outstanding Publication by a Member Organization of IAJGS

-- The Call for Nominations appears at
http://www.iajgs.org/awards/awards.html , along with lists of past
winners.

-- Nominations should be made using the one-step form at on Steve
Morse's website (http://stevemorse.org/awards/nominate.php).

-- Although nominations must come to the Awards Committee >from an
IAJGS member organization (www.iajgs.org/Member-Index.htm), we
encourage JewishGenners to be part of the process. If you have
benefited >from a wonderful project, internet resource, publication, or
programming that isn't listed, let your JGS know and propose a
nomination.

-- Societies are welcomed -- in fact, urged -- to nominate their own
publications, projects, and projects. Don't be shy!

-- Nominations for the 2013 IAJGS Achievement Awards must be submitted
by April 17, 2013.

-- Awards will be announced and presented in August, at the 33rd IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy in Boston.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
genmaven@...

... for the IAJGS Achievement Awards Committee

Henry Blumberg (Toronto, ON, Canada)
Logan Kleinwaks (Reston, VA, USA)
Kahlile Mehr (Bountiful, UT, USA)
Mark Nicholls (London, UK)
Renee Stern Steinig (Dix Hills, NY, USA), Chair


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IAJGS Achievement Awards - some reminders #general

Renee Steinig
 

Since 1998, the Jewish genealogy community has acknowledged important
contributions by individuals and groups with IAJGS Achievement Awards,
presented annually by the International Association of Jewish
Genealogical Societies. Thank you to those who have already submitted
nominations for the 2013 awards. For those who haven't completed their
nominations yet, here are some reminders:

-- Awards are given in four categories:

Lifetime Achievement Award
Outstanding Contribution to Jewish Genealogy via the Internet, Print
or Electronic Product
Outstanding Programming or Project that Advances the Objectives of
Jewish Genealogy
Outstanding Publication by a Member Organization of IAJGS

-- The Call for Nominations appears at
http://www.iajgs.org/awards/awards.html , along with lists of past
winners.

-- Nominations should be made using the one-step form at on Steve
Morse's website (http://stevemorse.org/awards/nominate.php).

-- Although nominations must come to the Awards Committee >from an
IAJGS member organization (www.iajgs.org/Member-Index.htm), we
encourage JewishGenners to be part of the process. If you have
benefited >from a wonderful project, internet resource, publication, or
programming that isn't listed, let your JGS know and propose a
nomination.

-- Societies are welcomed -- in fact, urged -- to nominate their own
publications, projects, and projects. Don't be shy!

-- Nominations for the 2013 IAJGS Achievement Awards must be submitted
by April 17, 2013.

-- Awards will be announced and presented in August, at the 33rd IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy in Boston.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
genmaven@...

... for the IAJGS Achievement Awards Committee

Henry Blumberg (Toronto, ON, Canada)
Logan Kleinwaks (Reston, VA, USA)
Kahlile Mehr (Bountiful, UT, USA)
Mark Nicholls (London, UK)
Renee Stern Steinig (Dix Hills, NY, USA), Chair


Re: Chicago area research query - thank you #general

Fern Blood <feblood@...>
 

Many thanks to all of you who answered my request for help with researching
information in the Chicago area. I received many great responses and a lot
of very helpful information.

Thank you JewishGen!!!

Fern Greenberg Blood
Waterbury, VT

GRINBERG, POSTILNIK, SHPENDELYUK, ROSEN/ROSETSKY, SILVERMAN/ZILBERMAN,
LITUCHY, TABACHNICK Pyatigory, Zhashkov, Tetiyev, Kazachok, Letichev


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Chicago area research query - thank you #general

Fern Blood <feblood@...>
 

Many thanks to all of you who answered my request for help with researching
information in the Chicago area. I received many great responses and a lot
of very helpful information.

Thank you JewishGen!!!

Fern Greenberg Blood
Waterbury, VT

GRINBERG, POSTILNIK, SHPENDELYUK, ROSEN/ROSETSKY, SILVERMAN/ZILBERMAN,
LITUCHY, TABACHNICK Pyatigory, Zhashkov, Tetiyev, Kazachok, Letichev

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