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Viewmate: Identify this butcher shop? #general

Milton Koch
 

I have posted a picture of an apparent butcher shop.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37447

Please let me know if anyone can give me more details, e.g., where, when, who?

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Milton Koch
SELZER - Trembowla
KOCH - Potok Zloty, Vienna
BARBASCH - Podvolochisk


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate: Identify this butcher shop? #general

Milton Koch
 

I have posted a picture of an apparent butcher shop.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37447

Please let me know if anyone can give me more details, e.g., where, when, who?

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much.

Milton Koch
SELZER - Trembowla
KOCH - Potok Zloty, Vienna
BARBASCH - Podvolochisk


LDS Microfilm Help in Former Hungary #general

Amit N
 

Hi,

I wonder if anyone is working at/has any access to LDS Microfilm
number 623511, as I can't access it being resided in Israel. The
record is >from Subotica, Serbia (back then, Szabadka, Bacs-Bodrog),
from the Hungary census of 1828. I have an entry number in case it is
possible to search for it. I don't know what other details are there
(if any) apart >from the name and address already digitized, but if
there are any it could be very meaningful for me.

Also, I would like to ask if any of you know - has this specific
census recorded only household heads or full families? What was the
criteria for recording a person in such census in the Kingdom of
Hungary?

Thank you on advance,
Amit Naor
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen LDS Microfilm Help in Former Hungary #general

Amit N
 

Hi,

I wonder if anyone is working at/has any access to LDS Microfilm
number 623511, as I can't access it being resided in Israel. The
record is >from Subotica, Serbia (back then, Szabadka, Bacs-Bodrog),
from the Hungary census of 1828. I have an entry number in case it is
possible to search for it. I don't know what other details are there
(if any) apart >from the name and address already digitized, but if
there are any it could be very meaningful for me.

Also, I would like to ask if any of you know - has this specific
census recorded only household heads or full families? What was the
criteria for recording a person in such census in the Kingdom of
Hungary?

Thank you on advance,
Amit Naor
Israel


Unidentified Towns/Cities #general

Robert A Davidoff
 

Two town/city/shetl names appeared in two different naturalization records
and I cannot find the what places these names identify. Google, Jewishgen,
and my atlas were of no use.

Harsana, Russia
Torhilvira, Russia

Thank you in advance for any help.

Robert A Davidoff
Coral Gables, FL

Researching DAVIDOFF, Chavusi, Belarus, Svigals (Svigalsky, Svigelsky,
Swigelsky, Siviegalsky) Odessa and Balta, Ukraine, Teplitsky, Odessa,
Ukraine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Unidentified Towns/Cities #general

Robert A Davidoff
 

Two town/city/shetl names appeared in two different naturalization records
and I cannot find the what places these names identify. Google, Jewishgen,
and my atlas were of no use.

Harsana, Russia
Torhilvira, Russia

Thank you in advance for any help.

Robert A Davidoff
Coral Gables, FL

Researching DAVIDOFF, Chavusi, Belarus, Svigals (Svigalsky, Svigelsky,
Swigelsky, Siviegalsky) Odessa and Balta, Ukraine, Teplitsky, Odessa,
Ukraine


civilian staff, American occupation of Germany: ASCH #general

Irene Newhouse
 

I've just learned that the wife of one of my relatives worked as
a secretary with the American occupation forces in Germany after WWII,
at Dachau. Does anyone know how to pick up her paper trail?
The secretary was Dorothea ASCH. I don't know her maiden name, or if
she Americanized her name. Her husband is my relative, Hermann ASCH,
born in Breslau, now Wroclaw ca. 1900 - I only have one birth date
among his siblings - his oldest sister, Charlotte, was born in 1892.
His parents were Robert ASCH, a gynecologist, and Kaethe (Katharina
Johanna) nee L'ARRONGE.

Thanks for your help!

Irene Newhouse
Kihei Hawaii USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen civilian staff, American occupation of Germany: ASCH #general

Irene Newhouse
 

I've just learned that the wife of one of my relatives worked as
a secretary with the American occupation forces in Germany after WWII,
at Dachau. Does anyone know how to pick up her paper trail?
The secretary was Dorothea ASCH. I don't know her maiden name, or if
she Americanized her name. Her husband is my relative, Hermann ASCH,
born in Breslau, now Wroclaw ca. 1900 - I only have one birth date
among his siblings - his oldest sister, Charlotte, was born in 1892.
His parents were Robert ASCH, a gynecologist, and Kaethe (Katharina
Johanna) nee L'ARRONGE.

Thanks for your help!

Irene Newhouse
Kihei Hawaii USA


"Mamaliga Blues" in NY! #general

Cassio Tolpolar <mamaligablues@...>
 

Dear friends,

"Mamaliga Blues" will have its premiere in Manhattan on
January 22nd. It's a free screening and open to the public, please
feel free to invite your friends. This documentary film on tracing my
family roots >from Brazil back to Moldova has been screened in Los
Angeles, Toronto, Utah, Rio de Janeiro, Atlanta and soon to be
screened at the Miami Jewish Film Festival as well.

The film is 55 minutes long and there will be some time to chat about
it afterwards.

We'll be in room 524 in the Lowenstein Building (113 W 60th street -
cross street is Columbus Ave.) waiting for you at 7PM!

Thank you,
Cassio Tolpolar

www.facebook.com/mamaligablues
www.mamaligablues.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen "Mamaliga Blues" in NY! #general

Cassio Tolpolar <mamaligablues@...>
 

Dear friends,

"Mamaliga Blues" will have its premiere in Manhattan on
January 22nd. It's a free screening and open to the public, please
feel free to invite your friends. This documentary film on tracing my
family roots >from Brazil back to Moldova has been screened in Los
Angeles, Toronto, Utah, Rio de Janeiro, Atlanta and soon to be
screened at the Miami Jewish Film Festival as well.

The film is 55 minutes long and there will be some time to chat about
it afterwards.

We'll be in room 524 in the Lowenstein Building (113 W 60th street -
cross street is Columbus Ave.) waiting for you at 7PM!

Thank you,
Cassio Tolpolar

www.facebook.com/mamaligablues
www.mamaligablues.com


Re: [Some of my own] Research in the Netherlands #germany

Eva Lawrence
 

In 1852 my ancestor, Anselm UNGER/UNGAR ( born in Bonn in 1804)
commissioned the packet ship SS Sumner departing May 21st, 1852 from
Antwerp, to take a company of would-be emigrants to New Orleans. I have
his hand-written diary of the trip. He was aided in Holland by an agent,
'Herr MAAS', and I wondered if it would be possible to find out anything
about this gentleman. MAAS does seem to be a Jewish family name. Either
UNGER or Herr MAAS must have communicated
with Captain Dyer or with the owners of the vessel.
Also it seems possible that UNGER spent time in Antwerp before May 1852,
since he had to "come back" to Bonn at the outset of the journey. Unger was
apparently in hiding >from the Prussian police - he had been prominent in the
Bonn uprising led by Gottfried KINKEL and had been put on trial in Cologne
in January 1851.
I'm wondering whether there is any possibility of finding records of any
sort about this episode, to supplement all the information I've already
got about his activities in Bonn and his arrival in America.

UNGER's project proved a bit of a failure, and he returned to Germany -
I don't have a record of his return journey either, don't even know the
exact date, but perhaps he came back the way he'd come. Are there any
records of incoming passengers for Antwerp harbour for 1852- 1867?

Any suggestions or help would be very much appreciated. Best wishes

Eva Lawrence St Albans, UK eva.lawrence@idnet.com


Researching MOLDAUER, TOPF #general

Shelley Mitchell
 

My great grandfather, Szymon (Simon) MOLDAUER, married my great
grandmother, Matel TERNER, presumably in the late 1880's. She was
from Buczacz and they lived in Kolomea. They produced 7 children.
I know nothing about my great grandfather; neither his date nor
location of birth. He died at the beginning of 1941.

My other great grandfather, Szloma TOPF, married my great
grandmother, Feige KINIGSBRG, presumably in the late 1880's. She was
from Kolomea and they lived in Kolomea. I know nothing about this
great grandfather; neither his date nor location of birth. He died
around 1902 after having remarried.

I would like to know more about these great grandfathers besides
their dates of death. Please contact me if you have any information
to share.

Thank you.
Shelley Mitchell
Brooklyn, NY
USA
Reply to: shemit65@gmail.com

MODERATOR: Please reply directly to Shelley with any family data.
Suggestions for research techniques and/or sources of information
may be shared with this Group.


German SIG #Germany Re: [Some of my own] Research in the Netherlands #germany

Eva Lawrence
 

In 1852 my ancestor, Anselm UNGER/UNGAR ( born in Bonn in 1804)
commissioned the packet ship SS Sumner departing May 21st, 1852 from
Antwerp, to take a company of would-be emigrants to New Orleans. I have
his hand-written diary of the trip. He was aided in Holland by an agent,
'Herr MAAS', and I wondered if it would be possible to find out anything
about this gentleman. MAAS does seem to be a Jewish family name. Either
UNGER or Herr MAAS must have communicated
with Captain Dyer or with the owners of the vessel.
Also it seems possible that UNGER spent time in Antwerp before May 1852,
since he had to "come back" to Bonn at the outset of the journey. Unger was
apparently in hiding >from the Prussian police - he had been prominent in the
Bonn uprising led by Gottfried KINKEL and had been put on trial in Cologne
in January 1851.
I'm wondering whether there is any possibility of finding records of any
sort about this episode, to supplement all the information I've already
got about his activities in Bonn and his arrival in America.

UNGER's project proved a bit of a failure, and he returned to Germany -
I don't have a record of his return journey either, don't even know the
exact date, but perhaps he came back the way he'd come. Are there any
records of incoming passengers for Antwerp harbour for 1852- 1867?

Any suggestions or help would be very much appreciated. Best wishes

Eva Lawrence St Albans, UK eva.lawrence@idnet.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Researching MOLDAUER, TOPF #general

Shelley Mitchell
 

My great grandfather, Szymon (Simon) MOLDAUER, married my great
grandmother, Matel TERNER, presumably in the late 1880's. She was
from Buczacz and they lived in Kolomea. They produced 7 children.
I know nothing about my great grandfather; neither his date nor
location of birth. He died at the beginning of 1941.

My other great grandfather, Szloma TOPF, married my great
grandmother, Feige KINIGSBRG, presumably in the late 1880's. She was
from Kolomea and they lived in Kolomea. I know nothing about this
great grandfather; neither his date nor location of birth. He died
around 1902 after having remarried.

I would like to know more about these great grandfathers besides
their dates of death. Please contact me if you have any information
to share.

Thank you.
Shelley Mitchell
Brooklyn, NY
USA
Reply to: shemit65@gmail.com

MODERATOR: Please reply directly to Shelley with any family data.
Suggestions for research techniques and/or sources of information
may be shared with this Group.


Re: The name Sheelum (?) #general

tom
 

You have provided neither time nor place, nor
whether it's a given name, or even the likely
gender of the individual. It's helpful to
include as much information as you already know,
or suspect, because it will help get you better
responses.

In this case, I suspect that it's a yiddishized
pronunciation of shalom, which was used as a
given name, and possibly connected with Shlomo
(i.e. Solomon). (A yiddish expert could possibly
elaborate on the "drift" of vowels across the
range of yiddish-speaking countries, such that
"sholem" becomes "shoolem" and "sheelum".)

tom klein, toronto

Sandy Levin <s.levin@sympatico.ca> wrote:

I am trying to figure out what this name might be. I have it from
a recollection of an elderly relative of the name of one of my
grandfather's siblings. Could it be some sort of diminutive or
contraction of two names starting with Sheve? Any help would be
appreciated.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: The name Sheelum (?) #general

tom
 

You have provided neither time nor place, nor
whether it's a given name, or even the likely
gender of the individual. It's helpful to
include as much information as you already know,
or suspect, because it will help get you better
responses.

In this case, I suspect that it's a yiddishized
pronunciation of shalom, which was used as a
given name, and possibly connected with Shlomo
(i.e. Solomon). (A yiddish expert could possibly
elaborate on the "drift" of vowels across the
range of yiddish-speaking countries, such that
"sholem" becomes "shoolem" and "sheelum".)

tom klein, toronto

Sandy Levin <s.levin@sympatico.ca> wrote:

I am trying to figure out what this name might be. I have it from
a recollection of an elderly relative of the name of one of my
grandfather's siblings. Could it be some sort of diminutive or
contraction of two names starting with Sheve? Any help would be
appreciated.


ViewMate translation request - German #general

Alice
 

I've posted a vital record (marriage certificate) in German for
which I need a translation. It is a marriage certificate for
Rafael GOLDENRING, son of Markus and Balbina GLUCKSOHN GOLDENRING,
and Ella SALZMANN who married in Berlin in 1903. It is on
ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37463

I would appreciate as full a translation as possible. Please
respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application or to
me privately.

Thank you for your assistance.

Alice Riley
Hadleigh, Suffolk UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - German #general

Alice
 

I've posted a vital record (marriage certificate) in German for
which I need a translation. It is a marriage certificate for
Rafael GOLDENRING, son of Markus and Balbina GLUCKSOHN GOLDENRING,
and Ella SALZMANN who married in Berlin in 1903. It is on
ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37463

I would appreciate as full a translation as possible. Please
respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application or to
me privately.

Thank you for your assistance.

Alice Riley
Hadleigh, Suffolk UK


ViewMate translation request - German #general

Alice
 

I've posted a vital record (death certificate) in German for
which I need a translation. It is a death certificate for Rafael
GOLDENRING who died in Berlin in 1913 and who I believe was the
son of Markus and Balbina GLUCKSOHN GOLDENRING. It is on
ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37462

I would appreciate as full a translation as possible.
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application
or to me privately.

Thank you for your assistance.

Alice Riley
Hadleigh, Suffolk UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - German #general

Alice
 

I've posted a vital record (death certificate) in German for
which I need a translation. It is a death certificate for Rafael
GOLDENRING who died in Berlin in 1913 and who I believe was the
son of Markus and Balbina GLUCKSOHN GOLDENRING. It is on
ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM37462

I would appreciate as full a translation as possible.
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application
or to me privately.

Thank you for your assistance.

Alice Riley
Hadleigh, Suffolk UK

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