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Free download of Courage of the Spirit August 1-5 #austria-czech

norofra@...
 

In honor of my parent's memory, I am making my book, Courage of the
Spirit, available for free eBook download through Amazon Kindle >from
August 1-August 5.

August 1 is the date, according to the Jewish calendar, of the passing
of my mother, Irene Weinberg, who survived Nazi persecution while hiding
in the open in Lwow and Warsaw. I am doing this special offer in honor
of her and of my father, Rabbi William Weinberg, who served as the first
State Rabbi of the German State of Hesse after the Shoah .

To download your copy, please go to Amazon.com Click here to go to the
page at Amazon. Click on the "Buy Now" button ( not the "Read for Free"
which is for Kindle subscribers only). The "buy now" will cost $0.00 if
you chose to do so during the Free Giveaway Time. Please feel free to
pass this on to your contacts, as I want to make my father's
incredible story available to a broad public.
You don't need a Kindle to read it. The Amazon website has a
link for information for reading Kindle on any device.

My book, Courage of the Spirit, tells of my father's saga in the
decades up to and through the years of the Shoah. It is a story that
spans thousands of physical miles, by freight train and on foot, >from
the Galician Shtetl to cosmopolitan Vienna and Berlin, and to Stalingrad
and central Asia and back as my father kept one step ahead of the Nazi
armies. It is a story that spans the mental and emotional journey >from
the medieval Shtetl, the great empires, and the weak democracies and
totalitarian regimes that followed, and finally, to freedom.

We are shown a window into life in a Nazi prison and concentration camp,
the day-to-day life of Jews in Nazi Berlin, and the vagaries of survival
under Stalin's totalitarianism.

It is my plan to tell my mother's story as
well as the story of the rebuilding of Jewish communal life in Frankfurt
in the post-war years. I will be basing my work on documents now
archived at the United States Museum of the Holocaust( recently placed
on-line by the Museum).

Please download the ebook >from Amazon >from August 1 through August 5,
and forward this email to your friends and contacts as a way of helping
me honor my parents and spreading the message of Courage of the Spirit..

Shalom and regards,
Norbert


Rabbi Dr. Norbert Weinberg
email: norofra@sbcglobal.net

Link for information on Courage of the Spirit
Go to Courage of the Spirit

******************************************

Comments on Courage of the Spirit:

I'm so glad my book reached you. I just finished reading Courage of the Spirit and
I'm simply overwhelmed by the extraordinary story you relate! Your book is an extraordinary
contribution to Jewish thought, as well as the triumphant story of survival in the face of
unimaginable odds. I'm not sure where to begin. I'm actually speechless at the moment.
As a writer, I can appreciate the painstaking research, which went into this book. Every
page was an emotional and intellectual revelation to me. Your writing style is not only
inviting and accessible, but also intellectually engaging. It's as if you consciously set
out to engage those who have a passive interest in the Jewish narrative of the twentieth
century, as well as the intellectual who is well grounded in the history, but may lack an
appreciation for the unfolding human drama. (Ralph Georgy, author of Absolution: A
Palestinian Israeli Love Story)

Congratulation on getting the first volume of your trilogy published! It´s great that the
book is finally available for researchers. I will definitely recommend the book for the Jewish
Museum´s library, other institutions and some Czech historians/researchers who are
interested, especially in the aftermath of the Shoah and the postwar time.(Mgr. Monika
Hankova, The Archives of the Jewish Museum in Prague)

In Rabbi Norbert Weinberg's reckoning of his father's tumultuous, tragic past,
history is no arid enterprise, no bloodless recording of facts and figures. Interspersing
personal reminiscence with detailed historical rendering, Courage of the Spirit brings the
horrific twentieth century to life through the story of Rabbi Wilhelm Weinberg, and his
journey through Nazi camps and Soviet terror.(Saul Austerlitz, author of Sitcom: A History
in 24 Episodes >from I Love Lucy to Community)

Courage of the Spirit by Rabbi Norbert Weinberg is a major contribution to the
literature of the Shoah by transcending the cold facts of those dark days into a personal
account of the experiences of the author's father. Rabbi Weinberg meticulously traces his
father's arrest by the Nazis in 1939 and brings us full circle to his being named the first
State rabbi of Hesse. Throughout those terror-filled days, the rabbi retained his faith and
determination to survive.The book is a must reading to all those who want to capture and be
inspired by the inner strength and resilience of the Jewish people as reflected in the life of
Rabbi William Weinberg. (Rabbi Norbert Weinberg, Rabbi of the Adams Street Shul and
author of A Time to Tell: Stories and Recollections of a Rabbi >from Kristalnacht to the Present ,
''and When The Rabbi Laughs'': A Delightful Compendium Of Contemporary Rabbinic Humor,
and numerous other books.)
Courage of the Spirit was recently featured on Advocacy Heals You, with Joni Aldrich on
W4CS.com, the Cancer Support Network, as themes >from the book offered moral and spiritual
courage in life's struggles; the interview can be heard at:
http://www.iheart.com/talk/show/Joni-Aldrich-SOS-Supporter-of/?episode_id=26932481

Rabbi Weinberg was interviewed by Phil Blazer, JLTV.TV:This is a link to the conclusion:
http://youtu.be/DC2YDnxbM8E . The full interview is at
http://www.jltv.tv/videos.php?id=3&play=1881 at 29:30 seconds into the program


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Free download of Courage of the Spirit August 1-5 #austria-czech

norofra@...
 

In honor of my parent's memory, I am making my book, Courage of the
Spirit, available for free eBook download through Amazon Kindle >from
August 1-August 5.

August 1 is the date, according to the Jewish calendar, of the passing
of my mother, Irene Weinberg, who survived Nazi persecution while hiding
in the open in Lwow and Warsaw. I am doing this special offer in honor
of her and of my father, Rabbi William Weinberg, who served as the first
State Rabbi of the German State of Hesse after the Shoah .

To download your copy, please go to Amazon.com Click here to go to the
page at Amazon. Click on the "Buy Now" button ( not the "Read for Free"
which is for Kindle subscribers only). The "buy now" will cost $0.00 if
you chose to do so during the Free Giveaway Time. Please feel free to
pass this on to your contacts, as I want to make my father's
incredible story available to a broad public.
You don't need a Kindle to read it. The Amazon website has a
link for information for reading Kindle on any device.

My book, Courage of the Spirit, tells of my father's saga in the
decades up to and through the years of the Shoah. It is a story that
spans thousands of physical miles, by freight train and on foot, >from
the Galician Shtetl to cosmopolitan Vienna and Berlin, and to Stalingrad
and central Asia and back as my father kept one step ahead of the Nazi
armies. It is a story that spans the mental and emotional journey >from
the medieval Shtetl, the great empires, and the weak democracies and
totalitarian regimes that followed, and finally, to freedom.

We are shown a window into life in a Nazi prison and concentration camp,
the day-to-day life of Jews in Nazi Berlin, and the vagaries of survival
under Stalin's totalitarianism.

It is my plan to tell my mother's story as
well as the story of the rebuilding of Jewish communal life in Frankfurt
in the post-war years. I will be basing my work on documents now
archived at the United States Museum of the Holocaust( recently placed
on-line by the Museum).

Please download the ebook >from Amazon >from August 1 through August 5,
and forward this email to your friends and contacts as a way of helping
me honor my parents and spreading the message of Courage of the Spirit..

Shalom and regards,
Norbert


Rabbi Dr. Norbert Weinberg
email: norofra@sbcglobal.net

Link for information on Courage of the Spirit
Go to Courage of the Spirit

******************************************

Comments on Courage of the Spirit:

I'm so glad my book reached you. I just finished reading Courage of the Spirit and
I'm simply overwhelmed by the extraordinary story you relate! Your book is an extraordinary
contribution to Jewish thought, as well as the triumphant story of survival in the face of
unimaginable odds. I'm not sure where to begin. I'm actually speechless at the moment.
As a writer, I can appreciate the painstaking research, which went into this book. Every
page was an emotional and intellectual revelation to me. Your writing style is not only
inviting and accessible, but also intellectually engaging. It's as if you consciously set
out to engage those who have a passive interest in the Jewish narrative of the twentieth
century, as well as the intellectual who is well grounded in the history, but may lack an
appreciation for the unfolding human drama. (Ralph Georgy, author of Absolution: A
Palestinian Israeli Love Story)

Congratulation on getting the first volume of your trilogy published! It´s great that the
book is finally available for researchers. I will definitely recommend the book for the Jewish
Museum´s library, other institutions and some Czech historians/researchers who are
interested, especially in the aftermath of the Shoah and the postwar time.(Mgr. Monika
Hankova, The Archives of the Jewish Museum in Prague)

In Rabbi Norbert Weinberg's reckoning of his father's tumultuous, tragic past,
history is no arid enterprise, no bloodless recording of facts and figures. Interspersing
personal reminiscence with detailed historical rendering, Courage of the Spirit brings the
horrific twentieth century to life through the story of Rabbi Wilhelm Weinberg, and his
journey through Nazi camps and Soviet terror.(Saul Austerlitz, author of Sitcom: A History
in 24 Episodes >from I Love Lucy to Community)

Courage of the Spirit by Rabbi Norbert Weinberg is a major contribution to the
literature of the Shoah by transcending the cold facts of those dark days into a personal
account of the experiences of the author's father. Rabbi Weinberg meticulously traces his
father's arrest by the Nazis in 1939 and brings us full circle to his being named the first
State rabbi of Hesse. Throughout those terror-filled days, the rabbi retained his faith and
determination to survive.The book is a must reading to all those who want to capture and be
inspired by the inner strength and resilience of the Jewish people as reflected in the life of
Rabbi William Weinberg. (Rabbi Norbert Weinberg, Rabbi of the Adams Street Shul and
author of A Time to Tell: Stories and Recollections of a Rabbi >from Kristalnacht to the Present ,
''and When The Rabbi Laughs'': A Delightful Compendium Of Contemporary Rabbinic Humor,
and numerous other books.)
Courage of the Spirit was recently featured on Advocacy Heals You, with Joni Aldrich on
W4CS.com, the Cancer Support Network, as themes >from the book offered moral and spiritual
courage in life's struggles; the interview can be heard at:
http://www.iheart.com/talk/show/Joni-Aldrich-SOS-Supporter-of/?episode_id=26932481

Rabbi Weinberg was interviewed by Phil Blazer, JLTV.TV:This is a link to the conclusion:
http://youtu.be/DC2YDnxbM8E . The full interview is at
http://www.jltv.tv/videos.php?id=3&play=1881 at 29:30 seconds into the program


Re: Where is Bergen County Cemetery, Paterson, NJ - 1923 burial #general

Barbara Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

Although the original poster asked for pvt replies, I am addressing this
to the group as others may have similar queries and made similar
missteps in their research.

1. I googled "Bergen County Cemetery, Paterson, NJ", hoping to find an
entry about the cemetery,
2. Then "3700 Ft. Hamilton Parkway, Paterson, NJ"

All the listings that come up concerned Brooklyn, New York streets.

3. Then it dawned on me: Paterson, NJ is in *Passaic County, *not* Bergen
County.

4. The info you gave said he was buried in Bergen County Cemetery, 3700
Ft. Hamilton. The transcription I saw on FS says only "Bargen Co Cem" and
gave no state.

Have you seen the a copy of the actual death certificate or a
transcription?

5. I googled the undertaker: Albert M Kasdan. A host of references
pop up. A man by that name was a member of the Union Temple in Brooklyn,
NY as late as 1968. The temple bulletin, which is online, cites its Member,
Martin D Kasdan of Boulevard-Riverside Chapels,800-522-0588, is the
temple's official Funeral Director.

I would do 2 things:

1. Contact the temple and/or Martin Kasdan. Ask them to check their
records for your GF's membership and burial. Their records may be
more complete than what the undertaker scrawled on the NYC form.

2. Get a copy of the death certificate: Order FHL film #2,031,947 >from
your local FHL for $7.50 and when it comes, locate and make a copy of
certificate #15062. Or order it >from NYC (15.00).

Please let the group know what your further searches reveal.

Barbara Mannlein
Tucson, Arizona

On Jul 28, 2016, at 6:22 AM, Liz Scofield elizabethmscofield@gmail.com
wrote:
The 1923 NYC Certificate of Death for my grandfather, Lipman Neinken,
states that he was buried in Bergen County Cemetery, 3700 Ft. Hamilton
Parkway, Paterson, NJ, . The undertaker is listed as Albert M. Kasdan,
1699.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Where is Bergen County Cemetery, Paterson, NJ - 1923 burial #general

Barbara Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

Although the original poster asked for pvt replies, I am addressing this
to the group as others may have similar queries and made similar
missteps in their research.

1. I googled "Bergen County Cemetery, Paterson, NJ", hoping to find an
entry about the cemetery,
2. Then "3700 Ft. Hamilton Parkway, Paterson, NJ"

All the listings that come up concerned Brooklyn, New York streets.

3. Then it dawned on me: Paterson, NJ is in *Passaic County, *not* Bergen
County.

4. The info you gave said he was buried in Bergen County Cemetery, 3700
Ft. Hamilton. The transcription I saw on FS says only "Bargen Co Cem" and
gave no state.

Have you seen the a copy of the actual death certificate or a
transcription?

5. I googled the undertaker: Albert M Kasdan. A host of references
pop up. A man by that name was a member of the Union Temple in Brooklyn,
NY as late as 1968. The temple bulletin, which is online, cites its Member,
Martin D Kasdan of Boulevard-Riverside Chapels,800-522-0588, is the
temple's official Funeral Director.

I would do 2 things:

1. Contact the temple and/or Martin Kasdan. Ask them to check their
records for your GF's membership and burial. Their records may be
more complete than what the undertaker scrawled on the NYC form.

2. Get a copy of the death certificate: Order FHL film #2,031,947 >from
your local FHL for $7.50 and when it comes, locate and make a copy of
certificate #15062. Or order it >from NYC (15.00).

Please let the group know what your further searches reveal.

Barbara Mannlein
Tucson, Arizona

On Jul 28, 2016, at 6:22 AM, Liz Scofield elizabethmscofield@gmail.com
wrote:
The 1923 NYC Certificate of Death for my grandfather, Lipman Neinken,
states that he was buried in Bergen County Cemetery, 3700 Ft. Hamilton
Parkway, Paterson, NJ, . The undertaker is listed as Albert M. Kasdan,
1699.


Conference week... #france

Rosanne Leeson
 

Dear fellow FrenchSIGgers,

Just a reminder that the Seattle conference is only a week away. Because
we will be very busy attending many meetings, running meetings, etc.
any messages sent to the French SIG List may be delayed or slow in being
posted.

So please bear with us. Eventually any and all messages will be sent out!

Rosanne and Pierre,
Your FrenchSIG Co-Coordinators


French SIG #France Conference week... #france

Rosanne Leeson
 

Dear fellow FrenchSIGgers,

Just a reminder that the Seattle conference is only a week away. Because
we will be very busy attending many meetings, running meetings, etc.
any messages sent to the French SIG List may be delayed or slow in being
posted.

So please bear with us. Eventually any and all messages will be sent out!

Rosanne and Pierre,
Your FrenchSIG Co-Coordinators


Free download of _Courage of the Spirit_ August 1-5 #germany

Norbert Weinberg <norofra@...>
 

I am making my book, "Courage of the Spirit, available for free eBook
download through Amazon Kindle >from August 1-August 5.

"Courage of the Spirit" [ moderator note: http://tinyurl.com/gucrbjx ]
is the story of my father, Rabbi William Weinberg, who served as the first
State Rabbi of the German State of Hesse after the Shoah.

To download your copy, please go to Amazon.com
Click on the "Buy Now" button ( not the "Read for Free" which is for
Kindle subscribers only).

The "buy now" will cost $0.00 if you chose to do so during the
Free Giveaway Time. [ August 1-5 ]
You don't need a Kindle to read it. The Amazon website has a
link for information for reading Kindle on any device.

"Courage of the Spirit" tells of my father's saga in the
decades up to and through the years of the Shoah.

[For more details click "look inside" on the Amazon page above the image of
the book cover. Or, request a detailed description by Email to:
norofra@sbcglobal.net ]

Shalom and regards, Rabbi Dr. Norbert Weinberg http://tinyurl.com/hl2dyys


German SIG #Germany Free download of _Courage of the Spirit_ August 1-5 #germany

Norbert Weinberg <norofra@...>
 

I am making my book, "Courage of the Spirit, available for free eBook
download through Amazon Kindle >from August 1-August 5.

"Courage of the Spirit" [ moderator note: http://tinyurl.com/gucrbjx ]
is the story of my father, Rabbi William Weinberg, who served as the first
State Rabbi of the German State of Hesse after the Shoah.

To download your copy, please go to Amazon.com
Click on the "Buy Now" button ( not the "Read for Free" which is for
Kindle subscribers only).

The "buy now" will cost $0.00 if you chose to do so during the
Free Giveaway Time. [ August 1-5 ]
You don't need a Kindle to read it. The Amazon website has a
link for information for reading Kindle on any device.

"Courage of the Spirit" tells of my father's saga in the
decades up to and through the years of the Shoah.

[For more details click "look inside" on the Amazon page above the image of
the book cover. Or, request a detailed description by Email to:
norofra@sbcglobal.net ]

Shalom and regards, Rabbi Dr. Norbert Weinberg http://tinyurl.com/hl2dyys


BERNSTEIN in Antwerp. #general

Neil@...
 

Trying to trace the family of Pinchas Baruch BERNSTEIN and his wife
Chaya Bracha of Antwerp. He was named for his grandfather who perished
in 1944. He is either the son of Shmuel Menachem Bernstein, married
Leah, of Jerusalem but if not who is his father?

Neil Rosenstein
www.neilrosenstein.com

MODERATOR: Please send any contact information to Neil privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BERNSTEIN in Antwerp. #general

Neil@...
 

Trying to trace the family of Pinchas Baruch BERNSTEIN and his wife
Chaya Bracha of Antwerp. He was named for his grandfather who perished
in 1944. He is either the son of Shmuel Menachem Bernstein, married
Leah, of Jerusalem but if not who is his father?

Neil Rosenstein
www.neilrosenstein.com

MODERATOR: Please send any contact information to Neil privately.


Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland: Letter F #general

Lande
 

As I have posted previously, I am gradually preparing a database identifying
all Jews who were required by the Gestapo to register with the
Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland. I have now compiled 1,613 names
where the family name begins with the letter F. I had previously compiled
names beginning with the letters A,B,C,D,E and L. In each case I have
compared the card information with other non-public information, such as
from the International Tracing Service and the Bundesarchiv's
Residentenliste, and included information on each person's fate, where
known, e.g. deportation, emigration or death at place of residence. Each
card often also includes such information as local address, profession and
name of parents. This information was not included in the database but can
be examined on the card itself.

While all registrants were resident in Germany, usually in the late 1930s,
many were born outside Germany, e.g 87 persons in Posen and even 7 in New
York City.

The database for the letter F, and other letters, can be accessed at Steve
Morse's website, under Holocaust and Roof Organization. [MODERATOR: The
actual link is http://www.stevemorse.org/jewishroof/jewishroof.html ]

If anyone wishes to obtain a copy of an individual card they may contact me
at plande@ushmm.org .

I look forward to discussing this collection and other non-public sources of
information in Seattle.

Peter Lande
Washington, D.C.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland: Letter F #general

Lande
 

As I have posted previously, I am gradually preparing a database identifying
all Jews who were required by the Gestapo to register with the
Reichsvereinigung der Juden in Deutschland. I have now compiled 1,613 names
where the family name begins with the letter F. I had previously compiled
names beginning with the letters A,B,C,D,E and L. In each case I have
compared the card information with other non-public information, such as
from the International Tracing Service and the Bundesarchiv's
Residentenliste, and included information on each person's fate, where
known, e.g. deportation, emigration or death at place of residence. Each
card often also includes such information as local address, profession and
name of parents. This information was not included in the database but can
be examined on the card itself.

While all registrants were resident in Germany, usually in the late 1930s,
many were born outside Germany, e.g 87 persons in Posen and even 7 in New
York City.

The database for the letter F, and other letters, can be accessed at Steve
Morse's website, under Holocaust and Roof Organization. [MODERATOR: The
actual link is http://www.stevemorse.org/jewishroof/jewishroof.html ]

If anyone wishes to obtain a copy of an individual card they may contact me
at plande@ushmm.org .

I look forward to discussing this collection and other non-public sources of
information in Seattle.

Peter Lande
Washington, D.C.


Cyrillic font - cursive (script) #general

Nancy Levin
 

Hi - I have been writing some material on specific Jewish metrikal
records >from Bialystok and am now trying to find a Cyrillic font which I
can buy / access / download / use which includes the *entire* set of
Cyrillic cursive (script) letters.

I have access to the printed Cyrillic font and most of the cursive
(script) letters through Microsoft Word for Mac. But, while my
Microsoft Word does includes most of the Cyrillic cursive letters, for
some reason, my software does *not* include the cursive capital "Ge" which
can be found in Shea and Hoffman's "In Their Words: Translation Guide for
Russian".

The Cyrillic cursive, capital "Ge" which they have in their book looks
just like the "Ge" listed in 19th century handwritten records >from
Bialystok. The one which comes with MS Word for Mac does not. (It's
just a capital version of the printed "Ge," not the cursive letter.)

I've scoured the Internet and can't find it in font libraries which
offer different language fonts.

I just wrote to one of the authors of the aforementioned book to see if
they can provide details on their font. In the meantime, perhaps one of
you can lead me to a source?

Thank you.

Nancy Levin
NCLevin1@gmail.com
Natick, MA

MODERATOR: Please contact Nancy directly with any relevant information you
may have.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Cyrillic font - cursive (script) #general

Nancy Levin
 

Hi - I have been writing some material on specific Jewish metrikal
records >from Bialystok and am now trying to find a Cyrillic font which I
can buy / access / download / use which includes the *entire* set of
Cyrillic cursive (script) letters.

I have access to the printed Cyrillic font and most of the cursive
(script) letters through Microsoft Word for Mac. But, while my
Microsoft Word does includes most of the Cyrillic cursive letters, for
some reason, my software does *not* include the cursive capital "Ge" which
can be found in Shea and Hoffman's "In Their Words: Translation Guide for
Russian".

The Cyrillic cursive, capital "Ge" which they have in their book looks
just like the "Ge" listed in 19th century handwritten records >from
Bialystok. The one which comes with MS Word for Mac does not. (It's
just a capital version of the printed "Ge," not the cursive letter.)

I've scoured the Internet and can't find it in font libraries which
offer different language fonts.

I just wrote to one of the authors of the aforementioned book to see if
they can provide details on their font. In the meantime, perhaps one of
you can lead me to a source?

Thank you.

Nancy Levin
NCLevin1@gmail.com
Natick, MA

MODERATOR: Please contact Nancy directly with any relevant information you
may have.


Brick Wall - Aron KANELSKIY/KANELSKY of Uman #general

Bella Tseytlin
 

Dear all,

I have been searching for any for information about my late grandfather.

Born Aron Berko KANELSKIY, in Uman on 10 May, 1885 to Berko & Malka
Kanelskiy and died on 25 October 1949 in Karaganda, Kazakhstan, where
he & his 2nd family was evacuated during WW2 >from Odessa.

His first wife was Basya/Baya - Shimonova, surname unknown. She died
c. 1917 - 1918, when my dad was 2 years old. The family had 3 boys:
Khaskel or Khariton, born 1904, then Boris, and my father Yakov, born
1915.

My older cousins tell me that Aron being a member of RSDRP & worrying
persecutions left for America with 10 other men before WW1 and lived
there for one year. He has returned to Russia, when the party he
belong to became RSDRP(B). All but one man returned to Russia.

Aron's second wife (as stated on podvignaroda website) Faina Isakovna.
Together they had 3 more children - Iosif, born around 1926 and killed
during first few months of WW2 and girls - Oma and Musia, Musia being
the youngest of three.

Musia had a girl who died ~ a teenager, Oma was married to
russified German (per Google translation). And while on the
subject of names - have anyone else come across name Oma?

I was told that both girls made Aliya, probably in the late 1990s.

I have been searching All Odessa Database, Ancestry.com, Family
search & Steve Morse with variation of the surname - no records
whatsoever. Could not find anything on Karaganda's either.

I've posted 2 family photos in hope that may be someone will find
names or faces familiar.

They are on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49430
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49431

Also I am posting the summary of a manifest with information that
resembles my gfather particulars, i.e. year of birth, town he was born
& occupation but am confused about it being South America and not
America and year of travel. It is at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49432

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Handwritten index for same person does not help either, as there is no
additional information of who paid for the passage, or names of family
members left behind.

Argentina has no vital records in English beyond 1895 and I could not
find anything on JewishGen.org for Karaganda. I would appreciate any
suggestions which will assist me in my search.

Thank you very much.

Bella Tseytlin
Melbourne Australia

Searching: KANELSKIY (and all variations of the surname) >from Uman,
Odessa, Karaganda, Israel
MARTSINOVSKY >from Uman, Odessa, Berdichev
TSEYTLIN >from Odessa, Belaya Tserkov, Kizil Orda
MISLAVSKIY
ABRAMSON >from Utena, Lithuania, Penza


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Brick Wall - Aron KANELSKIY/KANELSKY of Uman #general

Bella Tseytlin
 

Dear all,

I have been searching for any for information about my late grandfather.

Born Aron Berko KANELSKIY, in Uman on 10 May, 1885 to Berko & Malka
Kanelskiy and died on 25 October 1949 in Karaganda, Kazakhstan, where
he & his 2nd family was evacuated during WW2 >from Odessa.

His first wife was Basya/Baya - Shimonova, surname unknown. She died
c. 1917 - 1918, when my dad was 2 years old. The family had 3 boys:
Khaskel or Khariton, born 1904, then Boris, and my father Yakov, born
1915.

My older cousins tell me that Aron being a member of RSDRP & worrying
persecutions left for America with 10 other men before WW1 and lived
there for one year. He has returned to Russia, when the party he
belong to became RSDRP(B). All but one man returned to Russia.

Aron's second wife (as stated on podvignaroda website) Faina Isakovna.
Together they had 3 more children - Iosif, born around 1926 and killed
during first few months of WW2 and girls - Oma and Musia, Musia being
the youngest of three.

Musia had a girl who died ~ a teenager, Oma was married to
russified German (per Google translation). And while on the
subject of names - have anyone else come across name Oma?

I was told that both girls made Aliya, probably in the late 1990s.

I have been searching All Odessa Database, Ancestry.com, Family
search & Steve Morse with variation of the surname - no records
whatsoever. Could not find anything on Karaganda's either.

I've posted 2 family photos in hope that may be someone will find
names or faces familiar.

They are on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49430
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49431

Also I am posting the summary of a manifest with information that
resembles my gfather particulars, i.e. year of birth, town he was born
& occupation but am confused about it being South America and not
America and year of travel. It is at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49432

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Handwritten index for same person does not help either, as there is no
additional information of who paid for the passage, or names of family
members left behind.

Argentina has no vital records in English beyond 1895 and I could not
find anything on JewishGen.org for Karaganda. I would appreciate any
suggestions which will assist me in my search.

Thank you very much.

Bella Tseytlin
Melbourne Australia

Searching: KANELSKIY (and all variations of the surname) >from Uman,
Odessa, Karaganda, Israel
MARTSINOVSKY >from Uman, Odessa, Berdichev
TSEYTLIN >from Odessa, Belaya Tserkov, Kizil Orda
MISLAVSKIY
ABRAMSON >from Utena, Lithuania, Penza


Reichsvereinigung der Juden Database: Letter F #germany

Lande
 

As I posted previously, I am gradually preparing a database identifying all
Jews who were required by the Gestapo to register with the Reichsvereinigung
der Juden in Deutschland. I have now compiled 1,613 names where the family
name begins with the letter F. I had previously compiled names beginning
with the letters A,B, C, D, E, and L. In each case I have compared the
card information with other non-public information, such as >from the
International Tracing Service and the Bundesarchiv’s Residentenliste and
included information on the person’s fate, if known. Each card often also
includes such information as local address, profession, and parents. This
information does not appear in the database but can be examined on the card
itself.

The database for the letter F, and other letters, can be accessed at Steve
Morse’s website, under Holocaust and Roof Organization. If anyone wishes to
obtain a copy of an individual card they may contact me at plande@ushmm.org.

I look forward to discussing this collection and other non-public sources of
information in Seattle.

Peter Lande, Washington, D.C. pdlande@starpower.net


German SIG #Germany Reichsvereinigung der Juden Database: Letter F #germany

Lande
 

As I posted previously, I am gradually preparing a database identifying all
Jews who were required by the Gestapo to register with the Reichsvereinigung
der Juden in Deutschland. I have now compiled 1,613 names where the family
name begins with the letter F. I had previously compiled names beginning
with the letters A,B, C, D, E, and L. In each case I have compared the
card information with other non-public information, such as >from the
International Tracing Service and the Bundesarchiv’s Residentenliste and
included information on the person’s fate, if known. Each card often also
includes such information as local address, profession, and parents. This
information does not appear in the database but can be examined on the card
itself.

The database for the letter F, and other letters, can be accessed at Steve
Morse’s website, under Holocaust and Roof Organization. If anyone wishes to
obtain a copy of an individual card they may contact me at plande@ushmm.org.

I look forward to discussing this collection and other non-public sources of
information in Seattle.

Peter Lande, Washington, D.C. pdlande@starpower.net


Viewmate translation request #ukraine

ann.belinsky@...
 

I've posted two items for which I need a translation. They are on
ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49472
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49473

One is a printed text in Russian and the other is handwritten in
Russian or Polish.
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.
Ann Belinsky
Israel

Researching FAIVELOVITZ, MENDELOVITZ, BARON, KAPUCHEVSKY, GERSHOVITZ
in Belarus (Korelitz (Karelichi), Lubtch (Lyubcha), Nesvizh


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Viewmate translation request #ukraine

ann.belinsky@...
 

I've posted two items for which I need a translation. They are on
ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49472
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49473

One is a printed text in Russian and the other is handwritten in
Russian or Polish.
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.
Ann Belinsky
Israel

Researching FAIVELOVITZ, MENDELOVITZ, BARON, KAPUCHEVSKY, GERSHOVITZ
in Belarus (Korelitz (Karelichi), Lubtch (Lyubcha), Nesvizh

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