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Jankel Srulovici---Mystery solved! #general

Amy B Cohen
 

Hello Genners,

A while back I had asked for help locating my great-great aunt's
husband, Jankel SRULOVICI. With the help of many people on this list,
I had previously been able to locate and obtain a file for his
immigration hearing at Ellis Island, and I had learned that he had
been admitted to the US. I was unable, however, to find any record of
what had happened after he entered the country in early January, 1908.
I could not find him on any census, on any death index or in any
cemetery. I had turned to you all again for assistance, and many
people had very good suggestions, most of which I then tried but
without success.

But Barry Chernick's suggestion panned out! He found a death record
for a Jankof ISRAELWITCH, who died in April 1908, and explained that
he thought this could be the same person since Srul was a Yiddishisn
for Israel and perhaps they had "Americanized" his name >from Srulovici
to Israelwitch. I ordered a copy of that death certificate, and today
it arrived. Here are the reasons I believe that Barry was correct and
that Jankof Israelwitch is the same person as Jankel or Jacob
Srulovici: his birth place (Romania), length of time in the US (4
months), his father's name (Israel---Jankel's first born son was named
Israel or Srul in Romania), his residence (East Harlem, where his
family was living >from 1910 and afterwards), his mother's name
(Sarah---same as his first daughter), and his age.

from this information, I was then able to find where he is buried---as
Jankof Israelwitch at Mt Zion Cemetery.

I cannot tell you how satisfying this is, and I want to thank every
single person who helped me throughout this entire search. I believe
I thanked everyone individually, but I also want to thank the group as
a whole because the generosity of this group continues to amaze me.
And, of course, very special thanks to Barry for giving me the clue
that ultimately solved the mystery of Jankel Srulovici!

Amy Cohen
East Longmeadow, MA

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jankel Srulovici---Mystery solved! #general

Amy B Cohen
 

Hello Genners,

A while back I had asked for help locating my great-great aunt's
husband, Jankel SRULOVICI. With the help of many people on this list,
I had previously been able to locate and obtain a file for his
immigration hearing at Ellis Island, and I had learned that he had
been admitted to the US. I was unable, however, to find any record of
what had happened after he entered the country in early January, 1908.
I could not find him on any census, on any death index or in any
cemetery. I had turned to you all again for assistance, and many
people had very good suggestions, most of which I then tried but
without success.

But Barry Chernick's suggestion panned out! He found a death record
for a Jankof ISRAELWITCH, who died in April 1908, and explained that
he thought this could be the same person since Srul was a Yiddishisn
for Israel and perhaps they had "Americanized" his name >from Srulovici
to Israelwitch. I ordered a copy of that death certificate, and today
it arrived. Here are the reasons I believe that Barry was correct and
that Jankof Israelwitch is the same person as Jankel or Jacob
Srulovici: his birth place (Romania), length of time in the US (4
months), his father's name (Israel---Jankel's first born son was named
Israel or Srul in Romania), his residence (East Harlem, where his
family was living >from 1910 and afterwards), his mother's name
(Sarah---same as his first daughter), and his age.

from this information, I was then able to find where he is buried---as
Jankof Israelwitch at Mt Zion Cemetery.

I cannot tell you how satisfying this is, and I want to thank every
single person who helped me throughout this entire search. I believe
I thanked everyone individually, but I also want to thank the group as
a whole because the generosity of this group continues to amaze me.
And, of course, very special thanks to Barry for giving me the clue
that ultimately solved the mystery of Jankel Srulovici!

Amy Cohen
East Longmeadow, MA

MODERATOR NOTE: Jewishgenners are indeed very generous. And to mark that
generosity - and celebrate your success - you may wish to make a donation
towards the work of JG. Go to: http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/


Re: Passport issued in Poland 1930 #general

Alan Greenberg
 

I have privately replied to Lisa, but the Jewish Genealogical Society
of Montreal has indexed all naturalization >from 1916 until 1936 (with
1937-51 in progress) and are available on the Canadian Government
Library and Archives Canada genealogical site.
http://www.genealogy.gc.ca for the overall site and
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/naturalization-1915-1932/001055-100.01-e.php
[or http://tinyurl.com/ln26ug --Mod.]
for the naturalization index.

http://jgs-montreal.org/naturalizations.html has information on
requesting naturalization application files.

Alan Greenberg
Jewish Genealogical Society of Montreal
Montreal, Canada

At 05/03/2014 08:39 PM, Lisa P. Wanderman wrote:
My mother's cousin, Mojese Susid, age 18, traveled >from Ostrog, Rovno,
Ukraine (then governed by Poland) to Montreal Canada in August 1930 on
the SS Megantic. The Canadian Passenger list has offered a wealth of
information. I have questions concerning two lines of handwritten
information on this form.

One handwritten line is: EJS 28 9/35 Nat.
Am I correct to assume this is an indication of his Canadian naturalization?
Granted September 28, 1935?


ViewMate translation request - Yiddish to English #general

pam britt <pam.britt@...>
 

I am seeking the translation of the Yiddish text on the back of a
photo c. 1950, directly or loosely as may best be possible.

The front and back of the photo are on ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32553
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32551

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.

Thank you so much,

Pam Britt


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Passport issued in Poland 1930 #general

Alan Greenberg
 

I have privately replied to Lisa, but the Jewish Genealogical Society
of Montreal has indexed all naturalization >from 1916 until 1936 (with
1937-51 in progress) and are available on the Canadian Government
Library and Archives Canada genealogical site.
http://www.genealogy.gc.ca for the overall site and
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/naturalization-1915-1932/001055-100.01-e.php
[or http://tinyurl.com/ln26ug --Mod.]
for the naturalization index.

http://jgs-montreal.org/naturalizations.html has information on
requesting naturalization application files.

Alan Greenberg
Jewish Genealogical Society of Montreal
Montreal, Canada

At 05/03/2014 08:39 PM, Lisa P. Wanderman wrote:
My mother's cousin, Mojese Susid, age 18, traveled >from Ostrog, Rovno,
Ukraine (then governed by Poland) to Montreal Canada in August 1930 on
the SS Megantic. The Canadian Passenger list has offered a wealth of
information. I have questions concerning two lines of handwritten
information on this form.

One handwritten line is: EJS 28 9/35 Nat.
Am I correct to assume this is an indication of his Canadian naturalization?
Granted September 28, 1935?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Yiddish to English #general

pam britt <pam.britt@...>
 

I am seeking the translation of the Yiddish text on the back of a
photo c. 1950, directly or loosely as may best be possible.

The front and back of the photo are on ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32553
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32551

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.

Thank you so much,

Pam Britt


Re: Passport issued in Poland 1930 #general

Debbie Burr <debbieb@...>
 

In reply to Genner Lisa Wanderman. On the Canadian Library and Archives
site there is a data base called Immigrants >from the Russian Empire
(LI-RA-MA Collection. Records here include actual documents. Worth using
for researching Jews >from the Russian Empire to Canada.

Deborah Kopstein Burr,
Ontario, Canada


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Passport issued in Poland 1930 #general

Debbie Burr <debbieb@...>
 

In reply to Genner Lisa Wanderman. On the Canadian Library and Archives
site there is a data base called Immigrants >from the Russian Empire
(LI-RA-MA Collection. Records here include actual documents. Worth using
for researching Jews >from the Russian Empire to Canada.

Deborah Kopstein Burr,
Ontario, Canada


Help identifying era of photo on ViewMate #general

Jake Jacobs
 

I've posted on Viewmate an old family photograph. I found 2 copies
among my grandmother's things, so it seems likely to be a family member.  
Can you help identify the era? Image number 32559, posted at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32559 .

Photo is printed on a fairly thick piece of metal, about 2.25 x 1.75".
there is nothing on the back of the photo. It is framed in thin embossed
pink paper. 

Trying to figure out whether it's my grandmother or her mother-in-law
(who was my g'grandmother).  Grandmother was born 1890 Indianapolis;
g'grandmother was born 1860 Syracuse, NY.

Would appreciate any suggestions you might have. Thank you!

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately or on the Viewmate response form.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help identifying era of photo on ViewMate #general

Jake Jacobs
 

I've posted on Viewmate an old family photograph. I found 2 copies
among my grandmother's things, so it seems likely to be a family member.  
Can you help identify the era? Image number 32559, posted at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32559 .

Photo is printed on a fairly thick piece of metal, about 2.25 x 1.75".
there is nothing on the back of the photo. It is framed in thin embossed
pink paper. 

Trying to figure out whether it's my grandmother or her mother-in-law
(who was my g'grandmother).  Grandmother was born 1890 Indianapolis;
g'grandmother was born 1860 Syracuse, NY.

Would appreciate any suggestions you might have. Thank you!

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately or on the Viewmate response form.


[US] May is Jewish American Heritage Month #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The month of May is Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM). This recognition
was started by President George W. Bush in 2006 as a result of the Jewish
Museum of Florida and South Florida Jewish Community leaders resulting in
congressional leaders urging then-President Bush to recognize the more than
350-year history of Jewish contributions to American culture. The
recognition of Jewish American Month has been continued by President Barack
Obama. JAHM acknowledges the achievements of American Jews in fields
ranging >from sports and arts and entertainment to medicine, business,
science, government, and military service.

The 2014 theme for Jewish American Heritage Month: American Jews and Tikkun
Olam"--Healing the World. The theme celebrates Jewish Americans who have
weaved the fabric of American culture, history and society which include
humanitarian causes, social justice, medical and scientific research,
community-building, and philanthropy.

This year JAHM is partnering with the American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee (JDC). The JDC celebrates its 100th anniversary as a Jewish
international humanitarian organization, putting into action the precept
that all Jews are responsible for one another and for all humankind. The
JDC was founded at the beginning of WWI and has benefits people and
transformed lives in Israel and 90 countries.

The JAHM has website with educational features for this year's theme
http://www.jahm.us . The JAHM also has an interactive calendar for
organizations to place their programs celebrating JAHM:
http://www.jahm.us/view_events.aspx

When you go to http://www.jahm.us/index.aspx you will see a gallery of
famous Jewish Americans. They also have a 50 states/50 stories gallery
http://www.jahm.us/statestories.aspx#a1 Other stories are welcome to be
submitted, however the JAHM reserves the right to edit or refuse any story.

In the past, presidents made an annual presidential proclamation for JAHM.
This usually occurs during the month of May and therefore any 2014
proclamation is not yet posted but will be available on the JAHM website
when this year's proclamation is available.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


[UK] United Synagogue Marriage Authorizations #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The United Synagogue changed its website very recently, which meant
that the web address for Marriage Authorisations also changed.
The Authorisation search is now located at
http://www.theus.org.uk/category/find-marriage-record .

The marriage authorizations are a collaborative project between The United
Synagogue and the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain for marriages
which took place under the auspices of the Office of the Chief Rabbi before
1908. Records cost £15 (British Pounds) for United Synagogue and JGSGB
members and £20 (British Pounds) for non-members.

Thank you to Saul Issroff for sharing the information about the new web
address.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen [US] May is Jewish American Heritage Month #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The month of May is Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM). This recognition
was started by President George W. Bush in 2006 as a result of the Jewish
Museum of Florida and South Florida Jewish Community leaders resulting in
congressional leaders urging then-President Bush to recognize the more than
350-year history of Jewish contributions to American culture. The
recognition of Jewish American Month has been continued by President Barack
Obama. JAHM acknowledges the achievements of American Jews in fields
ranging >from sports and arts and entertainment to medicine, business,
science, government, and military service.

The 2014 theme for Jewish American Heritage Month: American Jews and Tikkun
Olam"--Healing the World. The theme celebrates Jewish Americans who have
weaved the fabric of American culture, history and society which include
humanitarian causes, social justice, medical and scientific research,
community-building, and philanthropy.

This year JAHM is partnering with the American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee (JDC). The JDC celebrates its 100th anniversary as a Jewish
international humanitarian organization, putting into action the precept
that all Jews are responsible for one another and for all humankind. The
JDC was founded at the beginning of WWI and has benefits people and
transformed lives in Israel and 90 countries.

The JAHM has website with educational features for this year's theme
http://www.jahm.us . The JAHM also has an interactive calendar for
organizations to place their programs celebrating JAHM:
http://www.jahm.us/view_events.aspx

When you go to http://www.jahm.us/index.aspx you will see a gallery of
famous Jewish Americans. They also have a 50 states/50 stories gallery
http://www.jahm.us/statestories.aspx#a1 Other stories are welcome to be
submitted, however the JAHM reserves the right to edit or refuse any story.

In the past, presidents made an annual presidential proclamation for JAHM.
This usually occurs during the month of May and therefore any 2014
proclamation is not yet posted but will be available on the JAHM website
when this year's proclamation is available.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen [UK] United Synagogue Marriage Authorizations #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The United Synagogue changed its website very recently, which meant
that the web address for Marriage Authorisations also changed.
The Authorisation search is now located at
http://www.theus.org.uk/category/find-marriage-record .

The marriage authorizations are a collaborative project between The United
Synagogue and the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain for marriages
which took place under the auspices of the Office of the Chief Rabbi before
1908. Records cost £15 (British Pounds) for United Synagogue and JGSGB
members and £20 (British Pounds) for non-members.

Thank you to Saul Issroff for sharing the information about the new web
address.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Viewmate Russian record translation please #general

rcbernstein
 

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need a loose translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32498

Thank you very much.

Ruvane Bernstein.

(Beitar, Israel)

MODERATOR NOTE: The family name is ROZEN. Please reply privately or
on the Viewmate response form.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate Russian record translation please #general

rcbernstein
 

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need a loose translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32498

Thank you very much.

Ruvane Bernstein.

(Beitar, Israel)

MODERATOR NOTE: The family name is ROZEN. Please reply privately or
on the Viewmate response form.


KehilaLinks Project Report for February 2014 #belarus

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

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Belarus SIG #Belarus KehilaLinks Project Report for February 2014 #belarus

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

We are pleased to welcome the following webpages to JewishGen KehilaLinks
We thank the owners and webmasters of these webpages for creating fitting
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Created by Marshall Katz
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Chornyi Potik (Feketepatak, Cerny Potok) (S-C), Ukraine
Created by Marshall Katz
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Drybin Found! #belarus

Billie Stein <billie.stein@...>
 

Many thanks to everyone who replied to me.

The location that I sought is Drybin, Belarus. 54:07N, 31:06E. My
spelling was a transliteration >from the Hebrew text, which in itself
was a transliteration >from the original Cyrillic. It seems that the
D-M soundex system doesn't equate Y with I, so when I searched for
Dribyn, nothing came up, but Drybin brought up the results
immediately.

Billie Stein
Givatayim, Israel


Belarus SIG #Belarus Drybin Found! #belarus

Billie Stein <billie.stein@...>
 

Many thanks to everyone who replied to me.

The location that I sought is Drybin, Belarus. 54:07N, 31:06E. My
spelling was a transliteration >from the Hebrew text, which in itself
was a transliteration >from the original Cyrillic. It seems that the
D-M soundex system doesn't equate Y with I, so when I searched for
Dribyn, nothing came up, but Drybin brought up the results
immediately.

Billie Stein
Givatayim, Israel

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