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Re: Siegfried SAMUEL from Berlin #general

Fritz Neubauer
 

From: Herbert Lazerow <lazer@...>
Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2015 21:12:10

Looking for information about Siegfried SAMUEL and his wife Bertha Marie.

From: Dan Bodenheimer <Dan Bodenheimer>
Date: Sat, 7 Nov 2015 09:32:16
I think I found their marriage certificate that Herbert might be
looking for, and I've posted to http://imgur.com/uWcF2Sn

Groom: Siegfried Samuel (Male)
Birth Date: 3 Jan 1853 in Glogau, Age: 33
Son of Lazarow(?) Samuel and Friederika MUNK
My comment:

The first name seems to be Lazarus (the two last letters are "u",
because it has the sign above it, last letter is an "s", a so-called
"round s" at the end of words and syllables in Gothic script)

Bride: Bertha Marie Abraham (Female)
Birth Date: 22 Feb 1859 in Berlin, Age: 27
Daughter of Wolff Abraham and Anna Saylin(?) WALDECK
My comment:

The second name is "Sophie",

I hope that helps

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany


JGS Oregon will present "An Introduction to MyHeritage.com" with Daniel Horowitz #general

Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon <jgsoregon@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon invites you, your family and
friends to its upcoming Program on November 15, 2015 at 11:00 AM.
Doors open at 10:30 AM with time for conversation and sharing.
Location: Congregation Ahavath Achim 3225 SW Barbur Blvd, Portland, OR
97239.

This month's presentation will be "An Introduction to MyHeritage.com,
The Biggest Family Network on the Web" by Daniel Horowitz, Chief
Genealogist Officer & Translation Manager of MyHeritage.com.

Bio: Daniel Horowitz was a teacher and the study guide editor for
over 15 years, of the family history project "Searching for My Roots"
in Venezuela. With + 25 years of experience, he holds board level
positions with the Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA) and
the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS)
among others. As Chief Genealogist of MyHeritage, Daniel has a deep
understanding of the needs of today's family history enthusiasts and
provides key contributions in the areas of product development,
customer support, and public affairs.

Description: An introduction to MyHeritage.com, the biggest family
network on the web. Learn how to build an online family tree for free,
enter detailed information with sources and citations, navigate across
the tree, generate charts and posters, create full reports, invite and
share information with family members in 43 languages and get calendar
alerts on family events. Set the privacy of your site >from completely
private to completely public, download a copy of your material or use
the backup option.

Presentation coming to us >from Israel via GoToMeeting.

Door prizes will be awarded compliments of Daniel Horowitz and MyHeritage.com.

Cost: The program is free to JGSO members. We request a $5
contribution >from non-members. That fee can be applied to a membership
should you decide to join JGSO at this meeting.

Any questions can be forwarded to JGSO President Barbara Hershey at
jgsoregon@... or via our website at
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~orjgs/ .

Julie D. Welch
Publicity Volunteer
Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Siegfried SAMUEL from Berlin #general

Fritz Neubauer
 

From: Herbert Lazerow <lazer@...>
Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2015 21:12:10

Looking for information about Siegfried SAMUEL and his wife Bertha Marie.

From: Dan Bodenheimer <Dan Bodenheimer>
Date: Sat, 7 Nov 2015 09:32:16
I think I found their marriage certificate that Herbert might be
looking for, and I've posted to http://imgur.com/uWcF2Sn

Groom: Siegfried Samuel (Male)
Birth Date: 3 Jan 1853 in Glogau, Age: 33
Son of Lazarow(?) Samuel and Friederika MUNK
My comment:

The first name seems to be Lazarus (the two last letters are "u",
because it has the sign above it, last letter is an "s", a so-called
"round s" at the end of words and syllables in Gothic script)

Bride: Bertha Marie Abraham (Female)
Birth Date: 22 Feb 1859 in Berlin, Age: 27
Daughter of Wolff Abraham and Anna Saylin(?) WALDECK
My comment:

The second name is "Sophie",

I hope that helps

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS Oregon will present "An Introduction to MyHeritage.com" with Daniel Horowitz #general

Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon <jgsoregon@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon invites you, your family and
friends to its upcoming Program on November 15, 2015 at 11:00 AM.
Doors open at 10:30 AM with time for conversation and sharing.
Location: Congregation Ahavath Achim 3225 SW Barbur Blvd, Portland, OR
97239.

This month's presentation will be "An Introduction to MyHeritage.com,
The Biggest Family Network on the Web" by Daniel Horowitz, Chief
Genealogist Officer & Translation Manager of MyHeritage.com.

Bio: Daniel Horowitz was a teacher and the study guide editor for
over 15 years, of the family history project "Searching for My Roots"
in Venezuela. With + 25 years of experience, he holds board level
positions with the Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA) and
the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS)
among others. As Chief Genealogist of MyHeritage, Daniel has a deep
understanding of the needs of today's family history enthusiasts and
provides key contributions in the areas of product development,
customer support, and public affairs.

Description: An introduction to MyHeritage.com, the biggest family
network on the web. Learn how to build an online family tree for free,
enter detailed information with sources and citations, navigate across
the tree, generate charts and posters, create full reports, invite and
share information with family members in 43 languages and get calendar
alerts on family events. Set the privacy of your site >from completely
private to completely public, download a copy of your material or use
the backup option.

Presentation coming to us >from Israel via GoToMeeting.

Door prizes will be awarded compliments of Daniel Horowitz and MyHeritage.com.

Cost: The program is free to JGSO members. We request a $5
contribution >from non-members. That fee can be applied to a membership
should you decide to join JGSO at this meeting.

Any questions can be forwarded to JGSO President Barbara Hershey at
jgsoregon@... or via our website at
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~orjgs/ .

Julie D. Welch
Publicity Volunteer
Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon


BRENNER family from Focsani, Romania #general

Sandra Nutig
 

Hi Genners

I am looking for information about the BRENNER family. My great
grandparents were Shlomo Meir BRENNER 1839-1902, and Fannie LEPESCU
BRENNER 1849-1917, >from Focsani Romania. Their children were Anna,
Clara, Morris, Rebecca, Sally and Pauline. Sally was my grandmother -
she married Sam SAND.

I have been fortunate to have found the granddaughter of Pauline
BRENNER BLUMENFELD through JewishGen Family Finder, but am looking
for descendants of the other children. All of the children
immigrated to America in the early 1900s. If anyone has any
information about this family please contact me.

Thank you

Sandra SAND NUTIG
Hoosick Falls, New York

Researching
SAND - Iasi, Romania, New York
BRENNER - Iasi, Focsani, New York
DAVIDSOHN, DAVISON, DAVIS - Focsani, Botosani, Philadelphia
WEINBERGER - (Pressburg) Bratislava, Ungvar, Bronx New York
NUTIG, NUTIK, NUTAK, NOOTICK - Podgaytsy, Austria, Galicia, New York

MODERATOR: Contact information to Sandra privately, please.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BRENNER family from Focsani, Romania #general

Sandra Nutig
 

Hi Genners

I am looking for information about the BRENNER family. My great
grandparents were Shlomo Meir BRENNER 1839-1902, and Fannie LEPESCU
BRENNER 1849-1917, >from Focsani Romania. Their children were Anna,
Clara, Morris, Rebecca, Sally and Pauline. Sally was my grandmother -
she married Sam SAND.

I have been fortunate to have found the granddaughter of Pauline
BRENNER BLUMENFELD through JewishGen Family Finder, but am looking
for descendants of the other children. All of the children
immigrated to America in the early 1900s. If anyone has any
information about this family please contact me.

Thank you

Sandra SAND NUTIG
Hoosick Falls, New York

Researching
SAND - Iasi, Romania, New York
BRENNER - Iasi, Focsani, New York
DAVIDSOHN, DAVISON, DAVIS - Focsani, Botosani, Philadelphia
WEINBERGER - (Pressburg) Bratislava, Ungvar, Bronx New York
NUTIG, NUTIK, NUTAK, NOOTICK - Podgaytsy, Austria, Galicia, New York

MODERATOR: Contact information to Sandra privately, please.


Re: Detained at Ellis Island #general

Susan&David
 

On Ancestry.com the Detained Aliens List is image 81 of 528. (July 8,
1906) The list says that David OSTROWSKY and wife are in Group 17,
passengers #10 & 11. If you go back page by page and look in the upper
right hand corner of each manifest page there is a stamp of a big bold
black number. When you find 17 you are on the correct page.
I found it at Ancestry image 47 of 528.

David Rosen
Boston,MA

On 11/8/2015 3:03 PM, Myrna Goodman myrna.goodman@... wrote:
I have discovered that my paternal grandfather David OSTROWSKY and
grandmother were detained at Ellis Island on June 8, 1906 following
their arrival on the SS Columbia. .....
I have been unable to find the original manifest of the Columbia ...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Detained at Ellis Island #general

Susan&David
 

On Ancestry.com the Detained Aliens List is image 81 of 528. (July 8,
1906) The list says that David OSTROWSKY and wife are in Group 17,
passengers #10 & 11. If you go back page by page and look in the upper
right hand corner of each manifest page there is a stamp of a big bold
black number. When you find 17 you are on the correct page.
I found it at Ancestry image 47 of 528.

David Rosen
Boston,MA

On 11/8/2015 3:03 PM, Myrna Goodman myrna.goodman@... wrote:
I have discovered that my paternal grandfather David OSTROWSKY and
grandmother were detained at Ellis Island on June 8, 1906 following
their arrival on the SS Columbia. .....
I have been unable to find the original manifest of the Columbia ...


JGS NY Meeting November 15 - "Three Minutes in Poland" #poland

Harriet Mayer
 

Jewish Genealogical Society NY Meeting Sunday, November 15th at 2 PM
at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th St. New York NY

Speaker: Glenn Kurtz
Program: "Three Minutes in Poland"

Glenn Kurtz, author of the the award winning book, "Three Minutes in Poland,"
will speak about his four-year journey to identify the people in the three
minutes of 16mm film that his grandfather shot, while traveling in Europe in
August 1938, only one year before the outbreak of World War II.

More than seventy years later, through the brutal twists of history, these
few minutes of home movie footage, capturing ordinary life in a small,
predominantly Jewish town in Poland, would become a memorial to an entire
community and culture annihilated in the Holocaust.

Glenn Kurtz's essays have appeared in the New York Times, Salon and
Southwest Review. A graduate of Tufts University and the New England
Conservatory of Music, he hold a PhD >from Stanford University in
comparative literature and has taught at Stanford, San Francisco State
University, and New York University.

In addition, at 12:30 in the Kovno Room: Bring your lunch and meet with
fellow JGS members and experts in an informal setting to share research
stories and ask questions.

The Ackman & Ziff Family Genealogy Institute at CJH will be open
starting at 11 AM.

Free for members; guests welcome, $5 at the door.

For more information, visit our newly updated website at www.jgsny.org.
We are also on Facebook.

Submitted by
Harriet G. Mayer
JGS NY VP Communications


JRI Poland #Poland JGS NY Meeting November 15 - "Three Minutes in Poland" #poland

Harriet Mayer
 

Jewish Genealogical Society NY Meeting Sunday, November 15th at 2 PM
at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th St. New York NY

Speaker: Glenn Kurtz
Program: "Three Minutes in Poland"

Glenn Kurtz, author of the the award winning book, "Three Minutes in Poland,"
will speak about his four-year journey to identify the people in the three
minutes of 16mm film that his grandfather shot, while traveling in Europe in
August 1938, only one year before the outbreak of World War II.

More than seventy years later, through the brutal twists of history, these
few minutes of home movie footage, capturing ordinary life in a small,
predominantly Jewish town in Poland, would become a memorial to an entire
community and culture annihilated in the Holocaust.

Glenn Kurtz's essays have appeared in the New York Times, Salon and
Southwest Review. A graduate of Tufts University and the New England
Conservatory of Music, he hold a PhD >from Stanford University in
comparative literature and has taught at Stanford, San Francisco State
University, and New York University.

In addition, at 12:30 in the Kovno Room: Bring your lunch and meet with
fellow JGS members and experts in an informal setting to share research
stories and ask questions.

The Ackman & Ziff Family Genealogy Institute at CJH will be open
starting at 11 AM.

Free for members; guests welcome, $5 at the door.

For more information, visit our newly updated website at www.jgsny.org.
We are also on Facebook.

Submitted by
Harriet G. Mayer
JGS NY VP Communications


BRENNER family from Focsani #romania

Sandra Nutig
 

Hi Genners

I am looking for information about the BRENNER family. My great
grandparents were Shlomo Meir BRENNER 1839-1902, and Fannie LEPESCU
BRENNER 1849-1917, >from Focsani Romania. Their children were Anna,
Clara, Morris, Rebecca, Sally and Pauline. Sally was my grandmother -
she married Sam SAND. I have been fortunate to have found the
granddaughter of Pauline BRENNER BLUMENFELD through JewishGen Family
Finder, but am looking for descendants of the other children. All of the
children immigrated to America in the early 1900s. If anyone has any
information about this family please contact me.

Thank you

SANDRA SAND NUTIG
Hoosick Falls, New York

Researching
SAND - Iasi, Romania, New York
BRENNER - Iasi, Focsani, New York
DAVIDSOHN, DAVISON, DAVIS - Focsani, Botosani, Philadelphia
WEINBERGER - (Pressburg) Bratislava, Ungvar, Bronx New York
NUTIG, NUTIK, NUTAK, NOOTICK - Podgaytsy, Austria, Galicia, New York


Romania SIG #Romania BRENNER family from Focsani #romania

Sandra Nutig
 

Hi Genners

I am looking for information about the BRENNER family. My great
grandparents were Shlomo Meir BRENNER 1839-1902, and Fannie LEPESCU
BRENNER 1849-1917, >from Focsani Romania. Their children were Anna,
Clara, Morris, Rebecca, Sally and Pauline. Sally was my grandmother -
she married Sam SAND. I have been fortunate to have found the
granddaughter of Pauline BRENNER BLUMENFELD through JewishGen Family
Finder, but am looking for descendants of the other children. All of the
children immigrated to America in the early 1900s. If anyone has any
information about this family please contact me.

Thank you

SANDRA SAND NUTIG
Hoosick Falls, New York

Researching
SAND - Iasi, Romania, New York
BRENNER - Iasi, Focsani, New York
DAVIDSOHN, DAVISON, DAVIS - Focsani, Botosani, Philadelphia
WEINBERGER - (Pressburg) Bratislava, Ungvar, Bronx New York
NUTIG, NUTIK, NUTAK, NOOTICK - Podgaytsy, Austria, Galicia, New York


KehilaLink website forTown of Tarutino, Bessarabia #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear researchers,

I am working now on a KehilaLink website for town of Tarutino, Bessarabia,
now in Akkerman district, Odessa Oblast of Ukraine.

The town has an interesting history. It first was established as German
colony in 1814, and Jews were allowed there at the last part of 19c, and it
had almost 2000 Jews in 1897. I found some information already, including
an old map with Jewish Cemetery right in center of Town.

The other town's name was Antchikrok or Anchiocrac.

If you have any photos, old and new of the town, Family stories - I know
that there are a number of families related to that town, Family trees,
Travel stories, old maps, etc. please let me know.

I am looking forward to hear >from you.

Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia KehilaLink website forTown of Tarutino, Bessarabia #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear researchers,

I am working now on a KehilaLink website for town of Tarutino, Bessarabia,
now in Akkerman district, Odessa Oblast of Ukraine.

The town has an interesting history. It first was established as German
colony in 1814, and Jews were allowed there at the last part of 19c, and it
had almost 2000 Jews in 1897. I found some information already, including
an old map with Jewish Cemetery right in center of Town.

The other town's name was Antchikrok or Anchiocrac.

If you have any photos, old and new of the town, Family stories - I know
that there are a number of families related to that town, Family trees,
Travel stories, old maps, etc. please let me know.

I am looking forward to hear >from you.

Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China


Seeking information about Isidor(e) RUBINSTEIN #general

Barbara Musikar
 

Isidor RUBINSTEIN married my father's cousin, Mollie PADWA, in Minneapolis,
MN on June 22, 1913. She had probably met him in New York and joined him in
Minneapolis. I was told that Isidor worked for the railroad, but I have no
idea which railroad employed him. I also looked on the Railroad Retirement
Indexes, but did not locate his record.

Mollie and Isidor had a son named David. Supposedly Mollie died in 1918 of
influenza. I have tried to find Isidor and David on the census in
Minneapolis, but was unable to do so. I also looked in New York, but there
were too many people with his name. I was told that Isidor did not keep in
touch with Mollie's family after her death.

Barbara Musikar
Miami, FL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking information about Isidor(e) RUBINSTEIN #general

Barbara Musikar
 

Isidor RUBINSTEIN married my father's cousin, Mollie PADWA, in Minneapolis,
MN on June 22, 1913. She had probably met him in New York and joined him in
Minneapolis. I was told that Isidor worked for the railroad, but I have no
idea which railroad employed him. I also looked on the Railroad Retirement
Indexes, but did not locate his record.

Mollie and Isidor had a son named David. Supposedly Mollie died in 1918 of
influenza. I have tried to find Isidor and David on the census in
Minneapolis, but was unable to do so. I also looked in New York, but there
were too many people with his name. I was told that Isidor did not keep in
touch with Mollie's family after her death.

Barbara Musikar
Miami, FL


Looking for Samuel Wolf PADWA and his wife Rosa in Berlin 1900-1938 #general

Barbara Musikar
 

I am looking for information about my father's first cousin, Samuel Wolf
PADWA and his wife Rosa.

Samuel was born in Zascinose, then in Galicia, in Nov, 1884. Unlike his
younger siblings who emigrated to the U. S. he emigrated to Berlin,
Germany where he owned a few confectionery shops. One of these shops
was on Markgrafenstr and another was on Potsdamerstr. His name or the
names of other family members appear in the Berlin Address Book >from
1916 to 1939.

I was told many years ago that he remained in Berlin and went into
hiding. I do not know what happened to his wife or child(ren). I was
told that he later perished. I was wondering if he married Rosa in
Berlin and whether his name appears on the police lists that were kept for
new residents.

Barbara Musikar
Miami, FL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for Samuel Wolf PADWA and his wife Rosa in Berlin 1900-1938 #general

Barbara Musikar
 

I am looking for information about my father's first cousin, Samuel Wolf
PADWA and his wife Rosa.

Samuel was born in Zascinose, then in Galicia, in Nov, 1884. Unlike his
younger siblings who emigrated to the U. S. he emigrated to Berlin,
Germany where he owned a few confectionery shops. One of these shops
was on Markgrafenstr and another was on Potsdamerstr. His name or the
names of other family members appear in the Berlin Address Book >from
1916 to 1939.

I was told many years ago that he remained in Berlin and went into
hiding. I do not know what happened to his wife or child(ren). I was
told that he later perished. I was wondering if he married Rosa in
Berlin and whether his name appears on the police lists that were kept for
new residents.

Barbara Musikar
Miami, FL


Re: Seeking help locating BEAVER / BOVARSKY family in 1920 US census - Found! #general

Sandy Crystall
 

Genners-

With the help of a couple of experts - and using Family Search - the
record was found. The family - with another sister and additional
nephew - is in Chicago in 1920. Apparently in Ancestry, the record
may not be indexed correctly or there is a broken link.

Many thanks to Yehuda bn Shlmo (who also provided how he located the
record) and Johanna Becker for locating the family in the 1920 census
document, as well as Bette for her work locating other family records.

Genners come through again!

Best,
Sandy

Researching: SOBEL, PASTERNAK, GLECKEL, STUTMAN - Belozerka, Ukraine;
GREENBERG/ GLASS - Grodno, Belarus; CRYSTAL, KRISTAL -
Latvia/Lithuania (Riga/Sirvintos/Zagare?); SHERMAN - London, Pasvalys,
Lithuania; Bauska, Latvia; Brooklyn, NY; Baltimore, Maryland; Chicago,
Illinois; Los Angeles, California; KAPITNIK - Belarus; LEVINSON-
Ventspils; STEINGRUB- Latvia/Lithuania; FEINSTEIN/GOODMAN -
Lithuania/Latvia (?); TUKATCH- Lithuania(?)

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Belozerka/

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Seeking help locating BEAVER / BOVARSKY family in 1920 US census - Found! #general

Sandy Crystall
 

Genners-

With the help of a couple of experts - and using Family Search - the
record was found. The family - with another sister and additional
nephew - is in Chicago in 1920. Apparently in Ancestry, the record
may not be indexed correctly or there is a broken link.

Many thanks to Yehuda bn Shlmo (who also provided how he located the
record) and Johanna Becker for locating the family in the 1920 census
document, as well as Bette for her work locating other family records.

Genners come through again!

Best,
Sandy

Researching: SOBEL, PASTERNAK, GLECKEL, STUTMAN - Belozerka, Ukraine;
GREENBERG/ GLASS - Grodno, Belarus; CRYSTAL, KRISTAL -
Latvia/Lithuania (Riga/Sirvintos/Zagare?); SHERMAN - London, Pasvalys,
Lithuania; Bauska, Latvia; Brooklyn, NY; Baltimore, Maryland; Chicago,
Illinois; Los Angeles, California; KAPITNIK - Belarus; LEVINSON-
Ventspils; STEINGRUB- Latvia/Lithuania; FEINSTEIN/GOODMAN -
Lithuania/Latvia (?); TUKATCH- Lithuania(?)

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Belozerka/

MODERATOR: One way we can thank JewishGen and the JewishGen
community - and insure its continuity - is to make a donation
to JewishGen-erosity. Donations can be made in honor of a
special person, in memory of someone, to commemorate an event,
or just because! No amount is too small.
Visit http://www.jewishgen.org/ and click on "Donate" in the
green bar at the top.

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