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LANDAU family of Ostrog and Zhitomir #ukraine

Yaron Pedhazur
 

Dear fellow researchers,

I am looking for any information about the rabbinic LANDAU family of Ostrog, mentioned in the book "Mazkeret Le'Gdolei Ostroho", Berdichev 1907.

The family traces back to the following lineage:

R' Yacov Landau, son-in-law of the "Noda Be'Yehuda" and son of Chaim LANDAU of Podkemin ; father of:
R' Yehuda Yudel LANDAU of Ostrog, died 1839, son-in-law of Shmelke KATZ of Ostrog, father-in-law of:
R' Wolf LANDAU (probably son of Simcha LANDAU, ancestry unknown), father of:
R' Yacov Shmuel LANDAU of Ostrog, still alive in 1907, father of:
R' Mordechai LANDAU, born in Ostrog 1848, died in Zhitomir in 1902, father of:
(a) Moshe LANDAU (b) Chaim LANDAU (c) Yudel LANDAU.

I will appreciate very much any information on this branch - the people mentioned, their families, additional siblings of each, ancestry of parents-in-law, etc.

Thank you very much,

Yaron Pedhazur
Tel Aviv, Israel


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine LANDAU family of Ostrog and Zhitomir #ukraine

Yaron Pedhazur
 

Dear fellow researchers,

I am looking for any information about the rabbinic LANDAU family of Ostrog, mentioned in the book "Mazkeret Le'Gdolei Ostroho", Berdichev 1907.

The family traces back to the following lineage:

R' Yacov Landau, son-in-law of the "Noda Be'Yehuda" and son of Chaim LANDAU of Podkemin ; father of:
R' Yehuda Yudel LANDAU of Ostrog, died 1839, son-in-law of Shmelke KATZ of Ostrog, father-in-law of:
R' Wolf LANDAU (probably son of Simcha LANDAU, ancestry unknown), father of:
R' Yacov Shmuel LANDAU of Ostrog, still alive in 1907, father of:
R' Mordechai LANDAU, born in Ostrog 1848, died in Zhitomir in 1902, father of:
(a) Moshe LANDAU (b) Chaim LANDAU (c) Yudel LANDAU.

I will appreciate very much any information on this branch - the people mentioned, their families, additional siblings of each, ancestry of parents-in-law, etc.

Thank you very much,

Yaron Pedhazur
Tel Aviv, Israel


Death,Burial, Census and Property Information for Sao Paolo Brazil #ukraine

Rachelle Litt
 

To follow up on my previous post May 2nd. I am still waiting to hear
from Silvia SOLON WURCELMAN. This time I posted on her Facebook
account to alert her to the message I sent last week in case she did
not see it. If no response a lovely Genner has offered to make phone
contact in Brazil. In the meantime I was wondering how I might
research the death records of Meyer ZNAIDE (SNAYDE) and his wife
Tsilya in Sao Paulo Brazil? Birth records for Sara ZNAIDE (IANKEL)
would also be helpful. She is still alive understand and about 95
years old. Any business records that are available on the matzo
factory or property records that might give me some more information
until I can reach the family would also be helpful. I have a residence
address. What about census information for Sao Paolo? 1930 was the
year the letter was sent to my grandfather and the matzo factory
opened in 1936. I tried contacting the matzo factory by e-mail also
but no reply. Thanks for any direction on this one- so close...


May 2
Through the help of some amazing Genners I have received the e mail
address and phone number for Sara IANKEL daughter Silvia Solon in S=C3=A3o
Paulo Brazil and her phone number. The contact's mother in law lived
in the same apartment building as Sara who is still alive and in her
90's. 3 days ago I sent Silvia an e mail and sent copies of my letters
written in Yiddish, the translations to English to these letters that
were handed down by my grandfather and are >from his Aunt and Uncle
Meyer and Tsilya ZNAIDE Silvia's grandparents and the founders of the
M SNAYDE matzo factory in Brazil. I am excitedly awaiting a response.
I translated my letter into Portuguese using google translate in case
she does not speak English. My next step would be to ask my contact
to reach out through a phone call to determine if Silvia speaks
English before I make a long distance phone call. Thanks to all who
have weighed in on this so far. I am so close to punching a whole in a
brick wall. Any other help or suggestions are welcome.

Rachelle Litt
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
rlittrph@gmail.com

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Fwd: Death,Burial, Census and Property Information for Sao Paolo Brazil #ukraine

Rachelle Litt
 

To follow up on my previous post May 2nd. I am still waiting to hear
from Silvia SOLON WURCELMAN. This time I posted on her Facebook
account to alert her to the message I sent last week in case she did
not see it. If no response a lovely Genner has offered to make phone
contact in Brazil. In the meantime I was wondering how I might
research the death records of Meyer ZNAIDE (SNAYDE) and his wife
Tsilya in Sao Paulo Brazil? Birth records for Sara ZNAIDE (IANKEL)
would also be helpful. She is still alive understand and about 95
years old. Any business records that are available on the matzo
factory or property records that might give me some more information
until I can reach the family would also be helpful. I have a residence
address. What about census information for Sao Paolo? 1930 was the
year the letter was sent to my grandfather and the matzo factory
opened in 1936. I tried contacting the matzo factory by e-mail also
but no reply. Thanks for any direction on this one- so close...


May 2
Through the help of some amazing Genners I have received the e mail
address and phone number for Sara IANKEL daughter Silvia Solon in S=C3=A3o
Paulo Brazil and her phone number. The contact's mother in law lived
in the same apartment building as Sara who is still alive and in her
90's. 3 days ago I sent Silvia an e mail and sent copies of my letters
written in Yiddish, the translations to English to these letters that
were handed down by my grandfather and are >from his Aunt and Uncle
Meyer and Tsilya ZNAIDE Silvia's grandparents and the founders of the
M SNAYDE matzo factory in Brazil. I am excitedly awaiting a response.
I translated my letter into Portuguese using google translate in case
she does not speak English. My next step would be to ask my contact
to reach out through a phone call to determine if Silvia speaks
English before I make a long distance phone call. Thanks to all who
have weighed in on this so far. I am so close to punching a whole in a
brick wall. Any other help or suggestions are welcome.

Rachelle Litt
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
rlittrph@gmail.com

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


ViewMate Photo Request - Do You Recognize? #sephardic

Valerie Chereskin <valerie@...>
 

I've posted a photo of my great Uncle and his family, who migrated from
Urmia Persia to Israel, at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39559

If you recognize this or have any other info, please respond via the form
provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Valerie Chereskin, San Diego
valerie@chereskincomm.com


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim ViewMate Photo Request - Do You Recognize? #sephardic

Valerie Chereskin <valerie@...>
 

I've posted a photo of my great Uncle and his family, who migrated from
Urmia Persia to Israel, at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM39559

If you recognize this or have any other info, please respond via the form
provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Valerie Chereskin, San Diego
valerie@chereskincomm.com


Tablada Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina #latinamerica

anne lee
 

Dear Friends:

I am looking for someone going to the Tablada Cemetery in Buenos
Aires, Argentina who is willing to take photos of three gravestones.
Please contact me directly for the specific grave location information
which I have.. Many thanks in advance. I will be very appreciative of
the help.

Aloha >from Honolulu,
Anne
Anne Feder Lee


JewishGen Education offers new course Get Ready to Publish Your Research #latinamerica

Nancy Holden
 

Get Ready to Publish Your Research May 29 - June 19
Are you ready to publish your family history and wondering how to
get it organized and out to family and friends?

JewishGen is offering a 4 week class in Preparing to Publish Your
Family History Data. This class covers project organization, the
report process, formatting, source and citation skills. It includes
how to create and save media files, graphs and charts. In other
words: Putting it All Together

This class will consider the various ways of packaging your research,
matching your material to your audience and figuring out what to
include >from the research you have accumulated. We will consider the
many kinds of publications >from photo albums to family history books,
the self-publishing venues, and using professional publishers.

Class is in a Forum setting private to JewishGen and open 24/7 to
accommodate all time zones. Students will work on their family history
with the instructor.

Enrollment is by application. Students should have collected enough
data and photographs to start their project.

To apply send a one page document and include these points in your
summary statement:
1. An Introductory Paragraph describing your project. (What will
the project include, who is your audience and what kind of data
you have compiled.)
2. Write a paragraph that begins: "I visualize it being presented
in the following format...."(will it be printed, bound, electronic,
one copy, multiple copies etc.)
3. If you have special needs, missing data, constrictions, obstacles
now is the time to think them through. Write a paragraph that helps
anticipate some of the parameters of your project. For example, I am
waiting for data from....my files are in disarray, I have sources
for some of my data but not all of it, I have large media files that
I want to use (etc.) I am collaborating with...and want to include
that data...
Class size is limited.

Tuition is $150 and is payable after the application process, through
our online secure web site.
For questions and to submit your application, please email the
instructor, by clicking here:
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.jewishgen.org


Latin America #LatinAmerica Tablada Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina #latinamerica

anne lee
 

Dear Friends:

I am looking for someone going to the Tablada Cemetery in Buenos
Aires, Argentina who is willing to take photos of three gravestones.
Please contact me directly for the specific grave location information
which I have.. Many thanks in advance. I will be very appreciative of
the help.

Aloha >from Honolulu,
Anne
Anne Feder Lee


Latin America #LatinAmerica JewishGen Education offers new course Get Ready to Publish Your Research #latinamerica

Nancy Holden
 

Get Ready to Publish Your Research May 29 - June 19
Are you ready to publish your family history and wondering how to
get it organized and out to family and friends?

JewishGen is offering a 4 week class in Preparing to Publish Your
Family History Data. This class covers project organization, the
report process, formatting, source and citation skills. It includes
how to create and save media files, graphs and charts. In other
words: Putting it All Together

This class will consider the various ways of packaging your research,
matching your material to your audience and figuring out what to
include >from the research you have accumulated. We will consider the
many kinds of publications >from photo albums to family history books,
the self-publishing venues, and using professional publishers.

Class is in a Forum setting private to JewishGen and open 24/7 to
accommodate all time zones. Students will work on their family history
with the instructor.

Enrollment is by application. Students should have collected enough
data and photographs to start their project.

To apply send a one page document and include these points in your
summary statement:
1. An Introductory Paragraph describing your project. (What will
the project include, who is your audience and what kind of data
you have compiled.)
2. Write a paragraph that begins: "I visualize it being presented
in the following format...."(will it be printed, bound, electronic,
one copy, multiple copies etc.)
3. If you have special needs, missing data, constrictions, obstacles
now is the time to think them through. Write a paragraph that helps
anticipate some of the parameters of your project. For example, I am
waiting for data from....my files are in disarray, I have sources
for some of my data but not all of it, I have large media files that
I want to use (etc.) I am collaborating with...and want to include
that data...
Class size is limited.

Tuition is $150 and is payable after the application process, through
our online secure web site.
For questions and to submit your application, please email the
instructor, by clicking here:
Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager
JewishGen-Education@lyris.jewishgen.org


Death,Burial, Census and Property Information for Sao Paolo Brazil #latinamerica

Rachelle Litt
 

To follow up on my previous post May 2nd. I am still waiting to hear
from Silvia SOLON WURCELMAN. This time I posted on her Facebook
account to alert her to the message I sent last week in case she did
not see it. If no response a lovely Genner has offered to make phone
contact in Brazil. In the meantime I was wondering how I might
research the death records of Meyer ZNAIDE (SNAYDE) and his wife
Tsilya in Sao Paulo Brazil? Birth records for Sara ZNAIDE (IANKEL)
would also be helpful. She is still alive understand and about 95
years old. Any business records that are available on the matzo
factory or property records that might give me some more information
until I can reach the family would also be helpful. I have a residence
address. What about census information for Sao Paolo? 1930 was the
year the letter was sent to my grandfather and the matzo factory
opened in 1936. I tried contacting the matzo factory by e-mail also
but no reply. Thanks for any direction on this one- so close...


May 2
Through the help of some amazing Genners I have received the e mail
address and phone number for Sara IANKEL daughter Silvia Solon in S=C3=A3o
Paulo Brazil and her phone number. The contact's mother in law lived
in the same apartment building as Sara who is still alive and in her
90's. 3 days ago I sent Silvia an e mail and sent copies of my letters
written in Yiddish, the translations to English to these letters that
were handed down by my grandfather and are >from his Aunt and Uncle
Meyer and Tsilya ZNAIDE Silvia's grandparents and the founders of the
M SNAYDE matzo factory in Brazil. I am excitedly awaiting a response.
I translated my letter into Portuguese using google translate in case
she does not speak English. My next step would be to ask my contact
to reach out through a phone call to determine if Silvia speaks
English before I make a long distance phone call. Thanks to all who
have weighed in on this so far. I am so close to punching a whole in a
brick wall. Any other help or suggestions are welcome.

Rachelle Litt
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
rlittrph@gmail.com


Help with BURDEINIC family search #latinamerica

Rachelle Litt
 

Dear Genners, you have been so helpful with my ZNAIDE family search so
far ( the matzo factory in Brazil) that I thought you might be able to
help with another search. My ggm Bejla KATSMAZOVSKIJ nee KOGAN,
daughter of Zelman KOGAN, >from Soroki received several letters from
her niece and nephew. I had these letters professionally translated
from yiddish to English. The translator was reading handwriting and
came up with similar but differing spellings of the names. The first
letter is dated May 2nd 1940 >from her nephew Notyeh and niece Khaveh
BURDELIZK (possibly BURDEINIC) with an address of BURDEINIC Motea
Street Reg Carol N 34 Romania. The second letter is dated June, 10,
1940 and is >from her niece Khaikeh BORDENIC (possibly BURDEINIC or
BURDIMIC) with an address of Moti BURDIMIC Street Regele Carol 34,
Soroca Bessarabia, Romania. I am looking for any information I can
get on this family that I knew nothing about. Did they survive the
Holocaust? How were they related as niece and nephew to my ggm and ggf
Bejla Kogan and Shama(i) KATSMAZOVSKIJ? Thank you for all of your
help,

Rachelle KATZ LITT
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
rlittrph@gmail.com


New York Genealogy Course - online at JewishGen #latinamerica

Phyllis Kramer
 

There are many interesting research possibilities in the Big Apple and
JewishGen's next online Course will focus on them - beginning June 1.

If, despite basic online research (census >from familysearch &
ancestry, vital records >from italiangen) you have not yet found the
Hebrew names, birth year or town for your U.S. immigrant ancestors
consider this course, as it focuses on the more complex documents our
ancestors generated, including naturalization, military and
governmental records, death records (probate, obituaries, cemeteries),
sometimes via local archival research.

We feature a personal mentoring program; students use our online FORUM
to post an ancestral branch, set goals for research, and work one on
one with the instructor. Eight text lessons can be downloaded to read
at your own pace. This course will be especially useful to those who
live in or plan to visit NY; we'll have suggestions on where to
research, where to wander and how to get there. And we will schedule a
field trip to a New York archive. This course is open for enrollment.
*Please* read the course descriptions and requirements (8-10 hours per
week) on www.jewishgen.org/education and email any questions.
I look forward to interfacing with every student.

Phyllis Kramer, New York City
VP Education, www.jewishgen.org/education
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


Up to Date Conference News #latinamerica

IAJGS2015 Publicity
 

The 35th IAJGS International Conference is nearly here! Visit
www.iajgs2015.org to see all the exciting details and to register,
if you haven't yet done so.

Take a glimpse at the full Conference program by going to
www.iajgs2015.org, selecting **Program**, and then choosing
**Detailed Program** >from the dropdown menu. Check out the
Conference's impressive array of lecturers, luncheons, breakfasts,
workshops and tours -- a genealogist's dream!

Take advantage of the magic of Jerusalem and Israel by attending
the wonderful Pre-Conference Shabbaton and "Exploration Sunday"
prior to the Conference opening.

Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, Opening Session Keynote speaker, will
share his moving plea to continue to tell the story of the Shoah,
striving to document our family's past as an inspiration for the
next generations to come. Dick Eastman, genealogy's renowned
blogger, will address our closing banquet.

SIG luncheons and other SIG meetings will be held each day, as
will "Breakfast with Experts." Workshops will offer valuable
opportunities and information on a range of topics that are sure
to be of interest.

Don't miss the new and distinctive Conference component "Rendezvous
with an Expert." We are offering 30-minute one-on-one sessions for
those researchers that face a "brick wall" in their family research.
To overcome the specific obstacle, we will match an expert in a
relevant genealogical field to share his know-how with the
researcher in need. The opportunity of a lifetime!

To arrange for consultation with an expert, Conference participants
should contact Dr. Eli Brauner at elib8@bezeqint.net

Plus--our Resource Room will feature three important databases never
before available at an IAJGS Conference. Yad Vashem, Beit Hatefuzot
(Museum of the Jewish People) and the Jewish National Fund (Keren
Kayemeth LeIsrael - KKL) will offer resources that do not appear on
their websites. (Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael - KKL) will offer its
database of Books of Honor and Golden Books. For more information on
the KKL database of honor, see
http://www.kkl.org.il/eng/people-and-environment/donate/kkl-jnf-books-for-honor/
[http://tinyurl.com/pqc3weu --Mod.]

Come join us in the matchless city of Jerusalem for the momentous,
exciting 35th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy.
Enjoy new and renewed friendships, and a rich appreciation of the land,
its resources and its people. For full Convention details:
www.iajgs2015.org.

Michael Goldstein, Chairman
chairman@iajgs2015.org
35th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Jerusalem 6- 10 July 2015
www.iajgs2015.org


Latin America #LatinAmerica Fwd: Death,Burial, Census and Property Information for Sao Paolo Brazil #latinamerica

Rachelle Litt
 

To follow up on my previous post May 2nd. I am still waiting to hear
from Silvia SOLON WURCELMAN. This time I posted on her Facebook
account to alert her to the message I sent last week in case she did
not see it. If no response a lovely Genner has offered to make phone
contact in Brazil. In the meantime I was wondering how I might
research the death records of Meyer ZNAIDE (SNAYDE) and his wife
Tsilya in Sao Paulo Brazil? Birth records for Sara ZNAIDE (IANKEL)
would also be helpful. She is still alive understand and about 95
years old. Any business records that are available on the matzo
factory or property records that might give me some more information
until I can reach the family would also be helpful. I have a residence
address. What about census information for Sao Paolo? 1930 was the
year the letter was sent to my grandfather and the matzo factory
opened in 1936. I tried contacting the matzo factory by e-mail also
but no reply. Thanks for any direction on this one- so close...


May 2
Through the help of some amazing Genners I have received the e mail
address and phone number for Sara IANKEL daughter Silvia Solon in S=C3=A3o
Paulo Brazil and her phone number. The contact's mother in law lived
in the same apartment building as Sara who is still alive and in her
90's. 3 days ago I sent Silvia an e mail and sent copies of my letters
written in Yiddish, the translations to English to these letters that
were handed down by my grandfather and are >from his Aunt and Uncle
Meyer and Tsilya ZNAIDE Silvia's grandparents and the founders of the
M SNAYDE matzo factory in Brazil. I am excitedly awaiting a response.
I translated my letter into Portuguese using google translate in case
she does not speak English. My next step would be to ask my contact
to reach out through a phone call to determine if Silvia speaks
English before I make a long distance phone call. Thanks to all who
have weighed in on this so far. I am so close to punching a whole in a
brick wall. Any other help or suggestions are welcome.

Rachelle Litt
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
rlittrph@gmail.com


Latin America #LatinAmerica Help with BURDEINIC family search #latinamerica

Rachelle Litt
 

Dear Genners, you have been so helpful with my ZNAIDE family search so
far ( the matzo factory in Brazil) that I thought you might be able to
help with another search. My ggm Bejla KATSMAZOVSKIJ nee KOGAN,
daughter of Zelman KOGAN, >from Soroki received several letters from
her niece and nephew. I had these letters professionally translated
from yiddish to English. The translator was reading handwriting and
came up with similar but differing spellings of the names. The first
letter is dated May 2nd 1940 >from her nephew Notyeh and niece Khaveh
BURDELIZK (possibly BURDEINIC) with an address of BURDEINIC Motea
Street Reg Carol N 34 Romania. The second letter is dated June, 10,
1940 and is >from her niece Khaikeh BORDENIC (possibly BURDEINIC or
BURDIMIC) with an address of Moti BURDIMIC Street Regele Carol 34,
Soroca Bessarabia, Romania. I am looking for any information I can
get on this family that I knew nothing about. Did they survive the
Holocaust? How were they related as niece and nephew to my ggm and ggf
Bejla Kogan and Shama(i) KATSMAZOVSKIJ? Thank you for all of your
help,

Rachelle KATZ LITT
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
rlittrph@gmail.com


Latin America #LatinAmerica New York Genealogy Course - online at JewishGen #latinamerica

Phyllis Kramer
 

There are many interesting research possibilities in the Big Apple and
JewishGen's next online Course will focus on them - beginning June 1.

If, despite basic online research (census >from familysearch &
ancestry, vital records >from italiangen) you have not yet found the
Hebrew names, birth year or town for your U.S. immigrant ancestors
consider this course, as it focuses on the more complex documents our
ancestors generated, including naturalization, military and
governmental records, death records (probate, obituaries, cemeteries),
sometimes via local archival research.

We feature a personal mentoring program; students use our online FORUM
to post an ancestral branch, set goals for research, and work one on
one with the instructor. Eight text lessons can be downloaded to read
at your own pace. This course will be especially useful to those who
live in or plan to visit NY; we'll have suggestions on where to
research, where to wander and how to get there. And we will schedule a
field trip to a New York archive. This course is open for enrollment.
*Please* read the course descriptions and requirements (8-10 hours per
week) on www.jewishgen.org/education and email any questions.
I look forward to interfacing with every student.

Phyllis Kramer, New York City
VP Education, www.jewishgen.org/education
phylliskramer1@gmail.com


Latin America #LatinAmerica Up to Date Conference News #latinamerica

IAJGS2015 Publicity
 

The 35th IAJGS International Conference is nearly here! Visit
www.iajgs2015.org to see all the exciting details and to register,
if you haven't yet done so.

Take a glimpse at the full Conference program by going to
www.iajgs2015.org, selecting **Program**, and then choosing
**Detailed Program** >from the dropdown menu. Check out the
Conference's impressive array of lecturers, luncheons, breakfasts,
workshops and tours -- a genealogist's dream!

Take advantage of the magic of Jerusalem and Israel by attending
the wonderful Pre-Conference Shabbaton and "Exploration Sunday"
prior to the Conference opening.

Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, Opening Session Keynote speaker, will
share his moving plea to continue to tell the story of the Shoah,
striving to document our family's past as an inspiration for the
next generations to come. Dick Eastman, genealogy's renowned
blogger, will address our closing banquet.

SIG luncheons and other SIG meetings will be held each day, as
will "Breakfast with Experts." Workshops will offer valuable
opportunities and information on a range of topics that are sure
to be of interest.

Don't miss the new and distinctive Conference component "Rendezvous
with an Expert." We are offering 30-minute one-on-one sessions for
those researchers that face a "brick wall" in their family research.
To overcome the specific obstacle, we will match an expert in a
relevant genealogical field to share his know-how with the
researcher in need. The opportunity of a lifetime!

To arrange for consultation with an expert, Conference participants
should contact Dr. Eli Brauner at elib8@bezeqint.net

Plus--our Resource Room will feature three important databases never
before available at an IAJGS Conference. Yad Vashem, Beit Hatefuzot
(Museum of the Jewish People) and the Jewish National Fund (Keren
Kayemeth LeIsrael - KKL) will offer resources that do not appear on
their websites. (Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael - KKL) will offer its
database of Books of Honor and Golden Books. For more information on
the KKL database of honor, see
http://www.kkl.org.il/eng/people-and-environment/donate/kkl-jnf-books-for-honor/
[http://tinyurl.com/pqc3weu --Mod.]

Come join us in the matchless city of Jerusalem for the momentous,
exciting 35th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy.
Enjoy new and renewed friendships, and a rich appreciation of the land,
its resources and its people. For full Convention details:
www.iajgs2015.org.

Michael Goldstein, Chairman
chairman@iajgs2015.org
35th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Jerusalem 6- 10 July 2015
www.iajgs2015.org


need help in reading gravestone with low contrast letters #subcarpathia

David Miller <dmsofer46@...>
 

Hello,
I have a picture of my grandfathers gravestone but the letters are
barely visible as the lighting was bad. Can someone read it or tell me
how to enhance the picture to make it legible? i can read Hebrew so I
dont need a translation, only help with reading the letters. It is
viewmate photo# 39501

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/memberadmin/responselist.asp?showmaster=1&viewmateid=39501


Thank you very much
David M


Subcarpathia SIG #Subcarpathia need help in reading gravestone with low contrast letters #subcarpathia

David Miller <dmsofer46@...>
 

Hello,
I have a picture of my grandfathers gravestone but the letters are
barely visible as the lighting was bad. Can someone read it or tell me
how to enhance the picture to make it legible? i can read Hebrew so I
dont need a translation, only help with reading the letters. It is
viewmate photo# 39501

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/memberadmin/responselist.asp?showmaster=1&viewmateid=39501


Thank you very much
David M

94501 - 94520 of 662750