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SITE CITE Re: Jewish Cemetery Lippstadt #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Lin:
http://www.iajgs.org/cemetery/
is in English and is a fine directory of Jewish cemeteries worldwide.

There's a link to it >from the Cemeteries section of the JewishGen
InfoFiles, too.

It states that the old Jewish cemetery in Lippstadt was used
until 1832; the new one, thereafter. Best,

Roger Lustig, Princeton, NJ research coordinator, GerSIG

On 1/22/2014 3:15 PM, Lin wrote:
I found a photo in my grandmother's sewing basket of my
great-grandparents' grave. I can't read the handwriting on
the back very well,(I don't think it's hers) the only words
I can read is Eltern, Lippstadt, and the year 1938.
Is there only one Jewish cemetery in Lippstadt that was used in
the late 1920s? The photo is dated 1938, so I guess someone
took it shortly before they left Germany. I found a website which
spoke about the older cemetery and newer cemetery, but none of
the links helped me,
probably due to my poor German. I'd like to know which cemetery
my great-grandparents are buried in. Hopefully, unlike most of
my ancestors, hopefully their headstone is still there.


German SIG #Germany SITE CITE Re: Jewish Cemetery Lippstadt #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Lin:
http://www.iajgs.org/cemetery/
is in English and is a fine directory of Jewish cemeteries worldwide.

There's a link to it >from the Cemeteries section of the JewishGen
InfoFiles, too.

It states that the old Jewish cemetery in Lippstadt was used
until 1832; the new one, thereafter. Best,

Roger Lustig, Princeton, NJ research coordinator, GerSIG

On 1/22/2014 3:15 PM, Lin wrote:
I found a photo in my grandmother's sewing basket of my
great-grandparents' grave. I can't read the handwriting on
the back very well,(I don't think it's hers) the only words
I can read is Eltern, Lippstadt, and the year 1938.
Is there only one Jewish cemetery in Lippstadt that was used in
the late 1920s? The photo is dated 1938, so I guess someone
took it shortly before they left Germany. I found a website which
spoke about the older cemetery and newer cemetery, but none of
the links helped me,
probably due to my poor German. I'd like to know which cemetery
my great-grandparents are buried in. Hopefully, unlike most of
my ancestors, hopefully their headstone is still there.


Re: History of the Cities and Villages of the Ukrainian SSR #ukraine

adelstein@...
 

The see which libraries have this, go to www.worldcat.org and enter either

"Istoriia gorodov i sel Ukrainskoi SSR" (the Russian title)

"Istoriia mist i sil Ukrainskoi RSR" (the Ukrainian title)

"A History of Cities and Villages of the UkrainianSSR" (the English title)

Bruce

On 23 Jan 2014 at 18:09, Bortman, Eli wrote:

I hope that if someone responds to this request, about the
"A History of the Cities and Villages of the Ukrainian SSR" -
the edition translated into English. He or she will post the info
on this digest, not just privately. I am interested, and I imagine
other folks might be, too.

Eli Bortman
Winchester MA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: History of the Cities and Villages of the Ukrainian SSR #ukraine

adelstein@...
 

The see which libraries have this, go to www.worldcat.org and enter either

"Istoriia gorodov i sel Ukrainskoi SSR" (the Russian title)

"Istoriia mist i sil Ukrainskoi RSR" (the Ukrainian title)

"A History of Cities and Villages of the UkrainianSSR" (the English title)

Bruce

On 23 Jan 2014 at 18:09, Bortman, Eli wrote:

I hope that if someone responds to this request, about the
"A History of the Cities and Villages of the Ukrainian SSR" -
the edition translated into English. He or she will post the info
on this digest, not just privately. I am interested, and I imagine
other folks might be, too.

Eli Bortman
Winchester MA


Searching SZACHER family in Brzesc #belarus

WALTER ELIAS
 

Hello BelarusSIG


I am researching the SZACHER family >from Brzesc.

My wife's grandmothers were sisters Rochma HOFFER nee SZACHER and Bluma
GREEN nee SZACHER. We believe they were born and possibly married in Brzesc
esc.

Rochma SZACHER b. around 1885 married David HOFFER b. 1879 and Bluma SZACHER
b. around 1899 married Abraham GREEN b.1893. According to Yad Vashem
testimony the parents of Rochma and Bluma are possibly Schlomo and Esther


As far as I know Rochma HOFFER nee SZACHER and Bluma GREEN nee SZACHER moved
to Czestochowa and either were killed in the city or were transported to
Treblinka in 1942-3. I can not find any of their birth or marriage records
in Czestochowa so I am investigating whether these records may be in Brzesc
My goal is to find the birth and marriage records of Rochma and Bluma.
I also want to identify their parents and determine who their other siblings
were.

Thanks...Walter

Walter S. Elias
St. Louis Park Minnesota
wselias@msn.com =
MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching SZACHER family in Brzesc #belarus

WALTER ELIAS
 

Hello BelarusSIG


I am researching the SZACHER family >from Brzesc.

My wife's grandmothers were sisters Rochma HOFFER nee SZACHER and Bluma
GREEN nee SZACHER. We believe they were born and possibly married in Brzesc
esc.

Rochma SZACHER b. around 1885 married David HOFFER b. 1879 and Bluma SZACHER
b. around 1899 married Abraham GREEN b.1893. According to Yad Vashem
testimony the parents of Rochma and Bluma are possibly Schlomo and Esther


As far as I know Rochma HOFFER nee SZACHER and Bluma GREEN nee SZACHER moved
to Czestochowa and either were killed in the city or were transported to
Treblinka in 1942-3. I can not find any of their birth or marriage records
in Czestochowa so I am investigating whether these records may be in Brzesc
My goal is to find the birth and marriage records of Rochma and Bluma.
I also want to identify their parents and determine who their other siblings
were.

Thanks...Walter

Walter S. Elias
St. Louis Park Minnesota
wselias@msn.com =
MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately


Searching FERDINAND Family #belarus

Gregory Ferdinand <gregory.ferdinand@...>
 

Hello,

I just became a member of JewishGen yesterday. I joined in the hope of
discovering more about my ancestry. Prior to joining I did some work
on Ancestry.com. Unfortunately I could not find any relevant
information about the Ferdinand family beyond my grandfather. The
following summarizes what I have learned.

1. His name in the US was Lewis FERDINAND
2. I found a WW1 draft Registration Card for both Lewis and Joseph
Ferdinand in which they seek deferment based on the fact that they
support their parents. Unfortunately the parents are not identified.
3. My father, Eugene was one of Lewis' two sons. He was born in 1919.
The other son Gerald, my uncle was born a few years later. Gerald's
children (my cousins) are all accounted for as are their children and
grandchildren.
4. Lewis was born in Minsk Russia in 1894 and immigrated to the US as
a child based on the census records I uncovered.
5. Lewis was married to Beatrice Kaufman (Bertha, Birdie) and lived in
and around Essex County NJ.
6. In searching the Ellis Island records I found a Lieb FERDINAND
arriving on the SS Pennsylvania in 1902 accompanied by his mother
Raschelle, brother Joseph and sister Sossi. His DOB is consistent
with my research. The record indicates that the fare was paid by
Raschelle's husband who was not listed on the manifest. Most likely
he preceded her to the USA.
I'm pretty sure Leib became/is Lewis but I would like to find
information on his Russian lineage and siblings.

I would be grateful for any assistance your group can provide.

Gregory Ferdinand
Randolph NJ USA
MODERATOR NOTE: General resources may be posted to the list,
please reply private with specific family
information.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching FERDINAND Family #belarus

Gregory Ferdinand <gregory.ferdinand@...>
 

Hello,

I just became a member of JewishGen yesterday. I joined in the hope of
discovering more about my ancestry. Prior to joining I did some work
on Ancestry.com. Unfortunately I could not find any relevant
information about the Ferdinand family beyond my grandfather. The
following summarizes what I have learned.

1. His name in the US was Lewis FERDINAND
2. I found a WW1 draft Registration Card for both Lewis and Joseph
Ferdinand in which they seek deferment based on the fact that they
support their parents. Unfortunately the parents are not identified.
3. My father, Eugene was one of Lewis' two sons. He was born in 1919.
The other son Gerald, my uncle was born a few years later. Gerald's
children (my cousins) are all accounted for as are their children and
grandchildren.
4. Lewis was born in Minsk Russia in 1894 and immigrated to the US as
a child based on the census records I uncovered.
5. Lewis was married to Beatrice Kaufman (Bertha, Birdie) and lived in
and around Essex County NJ.
6. In searching the Ellis Island records I found a Lieb FERDINAND
arriving on the SS Pennsylvania in 1902 accompanied by his mother
Raschelle, brother Joseph and sister Sossi. His DOB is consistent
with my research. The record indicates that the fare was paid by
Raschelle's husband who was not listed on the manifest. Most likely
he preceded her to the USA.
I'm pretty sure Leib became/is Lewis but I would like to find
information on his Russian lineage and siblings.

I would be grateful for any assistance your group can provide.

Gregory Ferdinand
Randolph NJ USA
MODERATOR NOTE: General resources may be posted to the list,
please reply private with specific family
information.


Re: Travel tips for Belarus #belarus

JHRG of Belarus <belshtetl@...>
 

Dear All,
For those of you who have plans to travel to Belarus in the first half of
May.The world hockey championship will be held in Minsk in May
lMore than 20,000 visitors are expected to come to Minsk during that time.
Almost all hotels in Minsk are already booked for those dates.
But this fact shouldn't result in cancellation or modification of your plans,
because there is other alternative to Minsk hotels such as Bed and Breakfast
Inns, which is a new growing trend in Belarus.Staying in such places will only
enhance your trip, and will add to it more flavors and colors. While it offers
all conveniences of modern life, it will allow you to experience old shtetl life
as your ancestors used to live. Usually Inns are located in picturesque places
and surrounded by nature. The owners cook homemade food using homegrown organic
produce. Our past clients were very happy with this type of accommodation.
JHRG cooperates with more than 100 Bed and Breakfast Inns in Belarus.
kfast Inns in Belarus.

Best regards,
Yuri Dorn Coordinator of Jewish Heritage Research Group in Belarus
www.jhrgbelarus.org


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Travel tips for Belarus #belarus

JHRG of Belarus <belshtetl@...>
 

Dear All,
For those of you who have plans to travel to Belarus in the first half of
May.The world hockey championship will be held in Minsk in May
lMore than 20,000 visitors are expected to come to Minsk during that time.
Almost all hotels in Minsk are already booked for those dates.
But this fact shouldn't result in cancellation or modification of your plans,
because there is other alternative to Minsk hotels such as Bed and Breakfast
Inns, which is a new growing trend in Belarus.Staying in such places will only
enhance your trip, and will add to it more flavors and colors. While it offers
all conveniences of modern life, it will allow you to experience old shtetl life
as your ancestors used to live. Usually Inns are located in picturesque places
and surrounded by nature. The owners cook homemade food using homegrown organic
produce. Our past clients were very happy with this type of accommodation.
JHRG cooperates with more than 100 Bed and Breakfast Inns in Belarus.
kfast Inns in Belarus.

Best regards,
Yuri Dorn Coordinator of Jewish Heritage Research Group in Belarus
www.jhrgbelarus.org


Thank you again: Finding Itic Yankel SRULOVICI #general

Amy B Cohen
 

I again have to thank this group for their assistance, this time for
helping me in my search for Itic Yankel Srulovici, my great-great
aunt's husband, who came with her and their children >from Romania, but
whom I could not find any evidence of after he left Ellis Island.

I received so many helpful suggestions and tips >from so many different
people. I have now called NARA to order the file on Itic, and
although I have not heard back >from them yet, I am hoping to soon. (I
called a week ago to speak to someone, but no one has yet returned my
call---is that unusual?)

Once I get the file, I will report back to let those who helped me
know what I have found.

I am so grateful to you all for your help.

Amy Cohen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank you again: Finding Itic Yankel SRULOVICI #general

Amy B Cohen
 

I again have to thank this group for their assistance, this time for
helping me in my search for Itic Yankel Srulovici, my great-great
aunt's husband, who came with her and their children >from Romania, but
whom I could not find any evidence of after he left Ellis Island.

I received so many helpful suggestions and tips >from so many different
people. I have now called NARA to order the file on Itic, and
although I have not heard back >from them yet, I am hoping to soon. (I
called a week ago to speak to someone, but no one has yet returned my
call---is that unusual?)

Once I get the file, I will report back to let those who helped me
know what I have found.

I am so grateful to you all for your help.

Amy Cohen


Posen City Registration Cards--they're up through R! #general

Roger Lustig
 

Dear all:

Last summer we learned of the existence of images of the residence
registration index cards >from the city of Posen/Poznan. The Polish State
Archive image web site had uploaded images of the cards alphabetized A
through L and the first part of M.

I just noticed that the rest of M plus N through R have been uploaded.

The cards are cataloged in groups of 500 to 1000 images each. (Some
cards have info on both sides!)

As many have remarked, the site gives excellent images (and lots of
them) but is not particularly user-friendly, especially for us who don't
know much Polish. The collection in question (Posnan Archive 474:
Records of the City of Posen) is cataloged on the site in such a way to
make it nearly impossible to find what one wants among the over 26,000
items, all of which are listed despite about 97% of them not being on
line (yet).

http://szukajwarchiwach.pl/53/474/0/str/146/100?ps=True#tabJednostki
gets you to the list of those groups. Scroll about halfway down to start
with A.
That page and the next 9 link to a summary page for each group (click on
any column in the row you want).

>from there, click on "Digital Copies" to the right of the red arrow
with the call number in it.

That will get you to a page of 15 thumbnails. You can set the page size
as high as 100 thumbnails.

Click on one of them to see a medium-sized image. You can page through
these fairly quickly. The image display has a feature that will give you
an enlarged version in a separate window.

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA
research coordinator, GerSIG
Prussian Poland coordinator, JRI-Poland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Posen City Registration Cards--they're up through R! #general

Roger Lustig
 

Dear all:

Last summer we learned of the existence of images of the residence
registration index cards >from the city of Posen/Poznan. The Polish State
Archive image web site had uploaded images of the cards alphabetized A
through L and the first part of M.

I just noticed that the rest of M plus N through R have been uploaded.

The cards are cataloged in groups of 500 to 1000 images each. (Some
cards have info on both sides!)

As many have remarked, the site gives excellent images (and lots of
them) but is not particularly user-friendly, especially for us who don't
know much Polish. The collection in question (Posnan Archive 474:
Records of the City of Posen) is cataloged on the site in such a way to
make it nearly impossible to find what one wants among the over 26,000
items, all of which are listed despite about 97% of them not being on
line (yet).

http://szukajwarchiwach.pl/53/474/0/str/146/100?ps=True#tabJednostki
gets you to the list of those groups. Scroll about halfway down to start
with A.
That page and the next 9 link to a summary page for each group (click on
any column in the row you want).

>from there, click on "Digital Copies" to the right of the red arrow
with the call number in it.

That will get you to a page of 15 thumbnails. You can set the page size
as high as 100 thumbnails.

Click on one of them to see a medium-sized image. You can page through
these fairly quickly. The image display has a feature that will give you
an enlarged version in a separate window.

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA
research coordinator, GerSIG
Prussian Poland coordinator, JRI-Poland


Thanks + STORCH / STORCK from Gorlice #general

gen
 

I believe I've thanked individually the many responders to last
week's STORCH / STORCK post, but if any replies got lost or I
missed anyone, please know how grateful I am.

No one recognized the families. Several people hunted without
luck for Regina's obit in 1965, which could include where daughter
Shirley was living then, and husband's name if married.
Looking over my public tree on Ancestry, Renee Steinig found
missing 1915 census entry with transcription errors (Lehl for
Lilly, Charleie for Charlie, Ann for Aron - I've entered
corrections on Ancestry). And Johanna Becker found missing 1930
census entry with birthplaces reversed on census (he was born in
Austria, not Hungary, and she in Hungary, not Austria).

And so on to my next query:

The following STORCH members of my family are >from Gorlice:

-- Samuel / Osias? STORCH, arrived sometime before wife & children ?
-- Sime SOLOMON, b. 1848, arrived 1891 NY, with following children:
-- --- Rubin STORCH, b. 1879
-- --- Herman / Chaim STORCH, b. 1881
-- --- Henry / Enoch STORCH, b. 1884
-- --- Tillie / Matilda / Zipora STORCH, b. 1890

I would love to find any descendants of other STORCHs or SOLOMONs >from
Gorlice, including but not limited to the following:

-- --- "Reindel" STORCH, b. 1871, arrived 1891 NY
Name "Reindel" found only on departure & arrival records

-- --- Jack / Jake / Jakob STORCH, b. 1892, arrived 1911 NY
Per passenger record, contact back home = father Moses
Wolf, in Gorlice
Spent first few years in USA in Ohio, before returning to
NYC
In another family tree on Ancestry; no response in 5
months, not logged on in a year

-- --- Morris / Mojzesz STORCH, b. 1890 Gorlice, arrived 1941 San
Francisco with family:
-- --- Erna / Estera DEUTELBAUM, b. 1895 Mokrawries
-- --- --- Adolph D STORCH, b. 1920 Leipzig, d. 1978, I have interview notes
-- --- --- Margot L STORCH, b. 1922 Leipzig, m. Henry J BAMBERGER
-- --- --- Victor J STORCH, b. 1925 Leipzig, d. 2012, obit on Find-a-Grave
Obit contains names & relationships; working on finding
locations & contact info
In another family tree on Ancestry; no response in 5 days,
not logged on in a year

Nancy Schlegel
Northern California

STORCH / SOLOMON (Gorlice, Galicia);
SCHWARTZ / KUGEL / REICH ("Wolhein", Galicia)

Public tree on Ancestry; copies on Geni, WikiTree, FamilySearch


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thanks + STORCH / STORCK from Gorlice #general

gen
 

I believe I've thanked individually the many responders to last
week's STORCH / STORCK post, but if any replies got lost or I
missed anyone, please know how grateful I am.

No one recognized the families. Several people hunted without
luck for Regina's obit in 1965, which could include where daughter
Shirley was living then, and husband's name if married.
Looking over my public tree on Ancestry, Renee Steinig found
missing 1915 census entry with transcription errors (Lehl for
Lilly, Charleie for Charlie, Ann for Aron - I've entered
corrections on Ancestry). And Johanna Becker found missing 1930
census entry with birthplaces reversed on census (he was born in
Austria, not Hungary, and she in Hungary, not Austria).

And so on to my next query:

The following STORCH members of my family are >from Gorlice:

-- Samuel / Osias? STORCH, arrived sometime before wife & children ?
-- Sime SOLOMON, b. 1848, arrived 1891 NY, with following children:
-- --- Rubin STORCH, b. 1879
-- --- Herman / Chaim STORCH, b. 1881
-- --- Henry / Enoch STORCH, b. 1884
-- --- Tillie / Matilda / Zipora STORCH, b. 1890

I would love to find any descendants of other STORCHs or SOLOMONs >from
Gorlice, including but not limited to the following:

-- --- "Reindel" STORCH, b. 1871, arrived 1891 NY
Name "Reindel" found only on departure & arrival records

-- --- Jack / Jake / Jakob STORCH, b. 1892, arrived 1911 NY
Per passenger record, contact back home = father Moses
Wolf, in Gorlice
Spent first few years in USA in Ohio, before returning to
NYC
In another family tree on Ancestry; no response in 5
months, not logged on in a year

-- --- Morris / Mojzesz STORCH, b. 1890 Gorlice, arrived 1941 San
Francisco with family:
-- --- Erna / Estera DEUTELBAUM, b. 1895 Mokrawries
-- --- --- Adolph D STORCH, b. 1920 Leipzig, d. 1978, I have interview notes
-- --- --- Margot L STORCH, b. 1922 Leipzig, m. Henry J BAMBERGER
-- --- --- Victor J STORCH, b. 1925 Leipzig, d. 2012, obit on Find-a-Grave
Obit contains names & relationships; working on finding
locations & contact info
In another family tree on Ancestry; no response in 5 days,
not logged on in a year

Nancy Schlegel
Northern California

STORCH / SOLOMON (Gorlice, Galicia);
SCHWARTZ / KUGEL / REICH ("Wolhein", Galicia)

Public tree on Ancestry; copies on Geni, WikiTree, FamilySearch


Re: Sephardi surname OLIVIA #general

Nardo Bonomi
 

Dear Researchers

One of the names we had been looking for was OLIVIA
Jews in Sicily were an high percentage of the population before the
expulsion of 1492.
After this expulsion some Sicilian Jews escaped, some converted stayed in
the island and secretly practiced Judaism (Anusim).
There was a rebellion in Palermo in 1516 ascribed to the reactions of some
converted Jews.
Petro de Oliva or La Oliva "neofito giudaizzante" ["newly converted
Judaizing"] participated to this rising of the former-Jews.
On the Jews in Sicily see my page:
http://www.italian-family-history.com/jewish/Sicilia.html
Most of Sicilian Jews were of Sephardic origin

Nardo Bonomi Braverman
Greve in Chianti - Firenze - Italy

Researching on:
BRAVERMAN >from Mogilev Podolsky (Podolya)
GROBMAN >from Gaysin
LUFT and GRUNBLATT >from Ukraine
OCCHIPINTI anywhere

-----Messaggio originale-----
From: David Edelman
Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2014 6:21 AM

Dear fellow genres;
I don't know if any of you have ever tried this, but my wife and I had
tried simply googling the last names in our families. One of the names
we had been looking for was OLIVIA. This website I had looked at was
very fascinating, if true. It indecated the Olivia's were Sephardic in
origin, with the name coming >from the fruit olive, as they were the
original, Israeli olive cultivators. It may be true, but my question
is, how to find a verifiabe connection after so many brick walls?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Sephardi surname OLIVIA #general

Nardo Bonomi
 

Dear Researchers

One of the names we had been looking for was OLIVIA
Jews in Sicily were an high percentage of the population before the
expulsion of 1492.
After this expulsion some Sicilian Jews escaped, some converted stayed in
the island and secretly practiced Judaism (Anusim).
There was a rebellion in Palermo in 1516 ascribed to the reactions of some
converted Jews.
Petro de Oliva or La Oliva "neofito giudaizzante" ["newly converted
Judaizing"] participated to this rising of the former-Jews.
On the Jews in Sicily see my page:
http://www.italian-family-history.com/jewish/Sicilia.html
Most of Sicilian Jews were of Sephardic origin

Nardo Bonomi Braverman
Greve in Chianti - Firenze - Italy

Researching on:
BRAVERMAN >from Mogilev Podolsky (Podolya)
GROBMAN >from Gaysin
LUFT and GRUNBLATT >from Ukraine
OCCHIPINTI anywhere

-----Messaggio originale-----
From: David Edelman
Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2014 6:21 AM

Dear fellow genres;
I don't know if any of you have ever tried this, but my wife and I had
tried simply googling the last names in our families. One of the names
we had been looking for was OLIVIA. This website I had looked at was
very fascinating, if true. It indecated the Olivia's were Sephardic in
origin, with the name coming >from the fruit olive, as they were the
original, Israeli olive cultivators. It may be true, but my question
is, how to find a verifiabe connection after so many brick walls?


Declaring ethnicity of Ellis Island passengers #general

Alex Woodle
 

Dear Cousins,

When one does a search for Ellis Island passengers whether
using Steve Morse’s One-Step pages or the Ellis Island website,
what criteria were used to determine whether someone was Jewish
or not?

In earlier passages, manifests had a "nationality" category,
yet the "Passenger Record" will say "Hebrew", even though there
is no indication of ethnicity declared on the manifest.

Later manifests added race or people as a category and some
declared they were Hebrews.

Was there additional information? Was an ethnicity declared
based upon the surname by the volunteers when these records
were compiled?

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Alex Woodle
Groton, MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Declaring ethnicity of Ellis Island passengers #general

Alex Woodle
 

Dear Cousins,

When one does a search for Ellis Island passengers whether
using Steve Morse’s One-Step pages or the Ellis Island website,
what criteria were used to determine whether someone was Jewish
or not?

In earlier passages, manifests had a "nationality" category,
yet the "Passenger Record" will say "Hebrew", even though there
is no indication of ethnicity declared on the manifest.

Later manifests added race or people as a category and some
declared they were Hebrews.

Was there additional information? Was an ethnicity declared
based upon the surname by the volunteers when these records
were compiled?

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Alex Woodle
Groton, MA

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