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KehilaLinks Site for Nowy Targ, Galicia #hungary

Madeleine Isenberg
 

To GG-ners and others,

While I have been a member of several other discussion groups, it is
relatively recently that I have posted or responded to some GG posts.

I have just finished my first KehilaLinks for Poland (after three in
Slovakia) and this is for Nowy Targ (or formerly, Neumarkt), Galicia:
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/nowy_targ/ .

This town is important to me personally since some of my ancestors
lived there, and then migrated to the other side of the Tatra Mountain
range and into Slovakia, and sometimes into what is now the Czech
Republic. And that is why I am also posting this on Hungarian-SIG.
Within the records I have collected and maintained for the Spis Region
of Slovakia, I have a list of people to be deported in WW II. While
this is by no means a complete list, the following family names
represent people who were born in Nowy Targ. Note in place of an
umlaut within a name, I have used a colon (:) after the letter:

DEGEN, ENGLA:NDER, EPSTEIN, GOLDHAMMER, GROSS, GRU:NSPAN,
HAMMERSCHLAG, MASTBAUM, PERLROTH, SCHO:NFELD, SEINWEL, TURNER

I hope you will enjoy viewing this site and I look forward to hearing
from others who have connections to this town. I would love to see
more photos, documentation, stories, etc. Especially interesting
would be photos of the former synagogue and the chassidic shtibl.

Regards,

Madeleine Isenberg
Beverly Hills, CA
madeleine.isenberg@...

Researching: GOLDMAN, STEINER, LANGER, GLUECKSMAN, STOTTER in various
parts of Galicia, Poland: Nowy Targ, Nowy Sanz, Wachsmund, Dembno,
Lapuszna, Krakow, who migrated into Kezmarok or nearby towns in
northern Slovakia and Czech Republic (i.e., those who lived/had
businesses in Moravska Ostrava).
GOLDSTEIN in Abaujszina (Sena or Szina), Szkaros and Kosice, Slovakia;
Tolcsva and Tokaj, Hungary; very briefly in Timisoara, Romania


Re: Racz from Budapest #hungary

Peter Absolon
 

Hi Shaul,

Imre R=C3=A1cz (1911 - 1998) is buried at Kozma Utca cemetery in Budapest,
Section 2A, row 10, grave 15.
His wife is buried at the same place but the site doesn't show the
dates, nor her given name. I don't know if they are the person you're
looking for or namesake only.

http://www.oroklet.hu/bent.php?nyelv=3D&igy=3D&kmod=3D5&tkod=3D0224&parcell=
a=3D2A&sor=3D10&sir=3D15&szuletes=3D1911&elhalaloza=3D1998&nev=3DR%E1cz%20I=
mre

regards
Peter Absolon
Kosice, Slovakia

On 15 March 2017 at 07:02, Shaul Sharoni shaul.sharoni@...
<h-sig@...> wrote:
Dear Siggers,

I'm looking for information on Imre and Klari Racz >from Budapest (they're
obviously no longer alive), whose last known address was 17 Semmelweis St=
.
Budapest 1050. Can anyone try to verify their date of death and place of
burial? I was told they were childless.


Best Regards,
Shaul Sharoni
Israel


Re: Immigrant passports #general

Susan J. Gordon
 

Beginning 1914, the US passport offices began to require photos to accompany
passports. Following is a summary of the email letter I received >from Rebecca
Sharp at the NARA in 2008. This information enabled me to search (and find)
two photographs of my grandfather's 1921 and 1923 passports.

Rebecca said that beginning on December 21, 1914, individuals applying
for U.S. passports had to submit two duplicate photographs with their
applications. Like today, one photograph was kept with the passport application
and the other was attached to the passport - rather like today.

Taking photos was the applicants' responsibility, not the Fed Government.
Some applicants submitted candid photographs while others submitted photographs
taken by professional photographers. Usually, the photographs were head shots
but sometimes they were full body shots.

I'm sorry but I don't remember more. I expect you can search the NARA website and
learn more information. Good luck!

Susan J Gordon LEMPERT, BIALAZURKER, DAYAN or DYNNE
sjgwed@...

From: "Molly Arost Staub" <staubmolly@...>

I have been told that immigrants didn't need passports in the early 20th
Century, yet a Genner has written that she has a passport for a relative
from 1920.
My grandfather emigrated to the U.S in 1907, but returned to Russia via
sailing to Great Britain in 1917. Would he have needed a passport in 1917?
He died in Russia, and I can't locate any photo or information about him.


Hungary SIG #Hungary KehilaLinks Site for Nowy Targ, Galicia #hungary

Madeleine Isenberg
 

To GG-ners and others,

While I have been a member of several other discussion groups, it is
relatively recently that I have posted or responded to some GG posts.

I have just finished my first KehilaLinks for Poland (after three in
Slovakia) and this is for Nowy Targ (or formerly, Neumarkt), Galicia:
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/nowy_targ/ .

This town is important to me personally since some of my ancestors
lived there, and then migrated to the other side of the Tatra Mountain
range and into Slovakia, and sometimes into what is now the Czech
Republic. And that is why I am also posting this on Hungarian-SIG.
Within the records I have collected and maintained for the Spis Region
of Slovakia, I have a list of people to be deported in WW II. While
this is by no means a complete list, the following family names
represent people who were born in Nowy Targ. Note in place of an
umlaut within a name, I have used a colon (:) after the letter:

DEGEN, ENGLA:NDER, EPSTEIN, GOLDHAMMER, GROSS, GRU:NSPAN,
HAMMERSCHLAG, MASTBAUM, PERLROTH, SCHO:NFELD, SEINWEL, TURNER

I hope you will enjoy viewing this site and I look forward to hearing
from others who have connections to this town. I would love to see
more photos, documentation, stories, etc. Especially interesting
would be photos of the former synagogue and the chassidic shtibl.

Regards,

Madeleine Isenberg
Beverly Hills, CA
madeleine.isenberg@...

Researching: GOLDMAN, STEINER, LANGER, GLUECKSMAN, STOTTER in various
parts of Galicia, Poland: Nowy Targ, Nowy Sanz, Wachsmund, Dembno,
Lapuszna, Krakow, who migrated into Kezmarok or nearby towns in
northern Slovakia and Czech Republic (i.e., those who lived/had
businesses in Moravska Ostrava).
GOLDSTEIN in Abaujszina (Sena or Szina), Szkaros and Kosice, Slovakia;
Tolcsva and Tokaj, Hungary; very briefly in Timisoara, Romania


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Racz from Budapest #hungary

Peter Absolon
 

Hi Shaul,

Imre R=C3=A1cz (1911 - 1998) is buried at Kozma Utca cemetery in Budapest,
Section 2A, row 10, grave 15.
His wife is buried at the same place but the site doesn't show the
dates, nor her given name. I don't know if they are the person you're
looking for or namesake only.

http://www.oroklet.hu/bent.php?nyelv=3D&igy=3D&kmod=3D5&tkod=3D0224&parcell=
a=3D2A&sor=3D10&sir=3D15&szuletes=3D1911&elhalaloza=3D1998&nev=3DR%E1cz%20I=
mre

regards
Peter Absolon
Kosice, Slovakia

On 15 March 2017 at 07:02, Shaul Sharoni shaul.sharoni@...
<h-sig@...> wrote:
Dear Siggers,

I'm looking for information on Imre and Klari Racz >from Budapest (they're
obviously no longer alive), whose last known address was 17 Semmelweis St=
.
Budapest 1050. Can anyone try to verify their date of death and place of
burial? I was told they were childless.


Best Regards,
Shaul Sharoni
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Immigrant passports #general

Susan J. Gordon
 

Beginning 1914, the US passport offices began to require photos to accompany
passports. Following is a summary of the email letter I received >from Rebecca
Sharp at the NARA in 2008. This information enabled me to search (and find)
two photographs of my grandfather's 1921 and 1923 passports.

Rebecca said that beginning on December 21, 1914, individuals applying
for U.S. passports had to submit two duplicate photographs with their
applications. Like today, one photograph was kept with the passport application
and the other was attached to the passport - rather like today.

Taking photos was the applicants' responsibility, not the Fed Government.
Some applicants submitted candid photographs while others submitted photographs
taken by professional photographers. Usually, the photographs were head shots
but sometimes they were full body shots.

I'm sorry but I don't remember more. I expect you can search the NARA website and
learn more information. Good luck!

Susan J Gordon LEMPERT, BIALAZURKER, DAYAN or DYNNE
sjgwed@...

From: "Molly Arost Staub" <staubmolly@...>

I have been told that immigrants didn't need passports in the early 20th
Century, yet a Genner has written that she has a passport for a relative
from 1920.
My grandfather emigrated to the U.S in 1907, but returned to Russia via
sailing to Great Britain in 1917. Would he have needed a passport in 1917?
He died in Russia, and I can't locate any photo or information about him.


(US) USCIS Webinar with Marian Smith March 21: Fact Fiction and Immigration Passenger Lists #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will be
conducting a webinar on Tuesday, March 21 at 1:00PM EDT. The topic: Fact,
Fiction, and Immigration Passenger Lists. Marian Smith will revive and
update a 2006 presentation on understanding passenger list arrival records.
Topics to be included are: Which records survived? Who and how were the
records created? How preconceived notions may help or hinder y hour
genealogy research. How changes in passenger list research has changed over
the past decade will also be discussed.

The webinar will not be recorded therefore to participate you need to attend
live.

To learn more go to: https://www.uscis.gov/HGWebinars and scroll down to
the March 21 date.

To register and attend the webinar go to:
https://uscisconnect.connectsolutions.com/yourquestions/

USCIS is now using Adobe Connect to deliver webinars. If you have never
attended an Adobe Connect meeting before-do these **before** the webinar so you
are ready to go at the correct time:
. Test your connection:
https://uscisconnect.connectsolutions.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm
. Get a quick overview: http://www.adobe.com/products/adobeconnect.html
. Visual Quick Start Guide
https://seminars.adobeconnect.com/_a227210/vqs-participants/

Marian is a wonderful resource and has spoken at a number of previous IAJGS
conferences

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (US) USCIS Webinar with Marian Smith March 21: Fact Fiction and Immigration Passenger Lists #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will be
conducting a webinar on Tuesday, March 21 at 1:00PM EDT. The topic: Fact,
Fiction, and Immigration Passenger Lists. Marian Smith will revive and
update a 2006 presentation on understanding passenger list arrival records.
Topics to be included are: Which records survived? Who and how were the
records created? How preconceived notions may help or hinder y hour
genealogy research. How changes in passenger list research has changed over
the past decade will also be discussed.

The webinar will not be recorded therefore to participate you need to attend
live.

To learn more go to: https://www.uscis.gov/HGWebinars and scroll down to
the March 21 date.

To register and attend the webinar go to:
https://uscisconnect.connectsolutions.com/yourquestions/

USCIS is now using Adobe Connect to deliver webinars. If you have never
attended an Adobe Connect meeting before-do these **before** the webinar so you
are ready to go at the correct time:
. Test your connection:
https://uscisconnect.connectsolutions.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm
. Get a quick overview: http://www.adobe.com/products/adobeconnect.html
. Visual Quick Start Guide
https://seminars.adobeconnect.com/_a227210/vqs-participants/

Marian is a wonderful resource and has spoken at a number of previous IAJGS
conferences

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Re: Cemeteries in Riga and Friedredstadat #general

Evertjan. <exxjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

jewishgen@... (Moshe Schaeffer
schaefferfamilytree@...) wrote on 16 Mar 2017 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

My great grand parents were born in Friedredstadat. My great great grand
father was killed by being hit by a car in 1913 in Riga I believe he was
buried in Riga I understand the cemetery in Riga was destroyed by the
Nazis. I was wondering if there might be any place that there are photos
of the cemetery before it was destroyed? I all so don't know where his
wife died and thought she might be buried in Friedredstadat and that
there might be other family there. Was there a cemetery in
Friedredstadat if so does it still exist if not might there be photos of
it some where? Thank you for your help in this matter.
Do you mean "Friedrichstadt" AKA "Nairi", now "Jaunjelgava"
<http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/6392-friedrichstadt>

You will find the cemeteries here:
<http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/latvia/jaunjelgava.html>

Yizkor victim list:
<http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Jaunjelgava/jau900.html>

Jaunjelgava, Latvia

Alternate names: Jaunjelgava [Latv], Friedrichstadt [Ger], Fridrikhshtadt
[Rus], Frydrychsztat [Pol], Naira [Yid], Nairi, Neyra, Jaun-Yelgava,
Yaunelgava, Jauna-Jelgawa, Jaunijelgaua, Jaunijelgava, Jaunjelgavas

Region: Courland

Before WWI: Fridrikhshtat/Fridrikhshtat, Courland, Russian Empire

Jewish Population: 4,128 (in 1881), 3,256 (in 1897)

44 miles ESE of Riga

Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
exjxwxhannivoortATinterxnlxnet
(Please change the x'es to dots)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Cemeteries in Riga and Friedredstadat #general

Evertjan. <exxjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

jewishgen@... (Moshe Schaeffer
schaefferfamilytree@...) wrote on 16 Mar 2017 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

My great grand parents were born in Friedredstadat. My great great grand
father was killed by being hit by a car in 1913 in Riga I believe he was
buried in Riga I understand the cemetery in Riga was destroyed by the
Nazis. I was wondering if there might be any place that there are photos
of the cemetery before it was destroyed? I all so don't know where his
wife died and thought she might be buried in Friedredstadat and that
there might be other family there. Was there a cemetery in
Friedredstadat if so does it still exist if not might there be photos of
it some where? Thank you for your help in this matter.
Do you mean "Friedrichstadt" AKA "Nairi", now "Jaunjelgava"
<http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/6392-friedrichstadt>

You will find the cemeteries here:
<http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/latvia/jaunjelgava.html>

Yizkor victim list:
<http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Jaunjelgava/jau900.html>

Jaunjelgava, Latvia

Alternate names: Jaunjelgava [Latv], Friedrichstadt [Ger], Fridrikhshtadt
[Rus], Frydrychsztat [Pol], Naira [Yid], Nairi, Neyra, Jaun-Yelgava,
Yaunelgava, Jauna-Jelgawa, Jaunijelgaua, Jaunijelgava, Jaunjelgavas

Region: Courland

Before WWI: Fridrikhshtat/Fridrikhshtat, Courland, Russian Empire

Jewish Population: 4,128 (in 1881), 3,256 (in 1897)

44 miles ESE of Riga

Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
exjxwxhannivoortATinterxnlxnet
(Please change the x'es to dots)


Re: Cemeteries in Riga and Friedredstadat #general

Roger Lustig
 

Moshe:

Do you mean Friedrichstadt? That was the German name of present-day
Jaunjelgava, Latvia--the name used under the Czars. (German was an
official language in that region.)

If so, the IAJGS Cemetery Project has good news for you:
http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/latvia/jaunjelgava.html
Alexander Feigmanis, mentioned there, is definitely worth contacting. A
fine scholar and a real mensch, too!

The Cemetery Project link for Riga seems to be dead, but again, Dr.
Feigmanis will be your best source regarding Latvian Jewish cemeteries.

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA

On 3/15/2017 5:59 PM, Moshe Schaeffer schaefferfamilytree@... wrote:
My great grand parents were born in Friedredstadat. My great great
grand father was killed by being hit by a car in 1913 in Riga I
believe he was buried in Riga I understand the cemetery in Riga was
destroyed by the Nazis. I was wondering if there might be any place
that there are photos of the cemetery before it was destroyed? I all
so don't know where his wife died and thought she might be buried in
Friedredstadat and that there might be other family there. Was there a
cemetery in Friedredstadat if so does it still exist if not might
there be photos of it some where? Thank you for your help in this matter.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Cemeteries in Riga and Friedredstadat #general

Roger Lustig
 

Moshe:

Do you mean Friedrichstadt? That was the German name of present-day
Jaunjelgava, Latvia--the name used under the Czars. (German was an
official language in that region.)

If so, the IAJGS Cemetery Project has good news for you:
http://www.iajgsjewishcemeteryproject.org/latvia/jaunjelgava.html
Alexander Feigmanis, mentioned there, is definitely worth contacting. A
fine scholar and a real mensch, too!

The Cemetery Project link for Riga seems to be dead, but again, Dr.
Feigmanis will be your best source regarding Latvian Jewish cemeteries.

Roger Lustig
Princeton, NJ USA

On 3/15/2017 5:59 PM, Moshe Schaeffer schaefferfamilytree@... wrote:
My great grand parents were born in Friedredstadat. My great great
grand father was killed by being hit by a car in 1913 in Riga I
believe he was buried in Riga I understand the cemetery in Riga was
destroyed by the Nazis. I was wondering if there might be any place
that there are photos of the cemetery before it was destroyed? I all
so don't know where his wife died and thought she might be buried in
Friedredstadat and that there might be other family there. Was there a
cemetery in Friedredstadat if so does it still exist if not might
there be photos of it some where? Thank you for your help in this matter.


How to find more what happen to Leib-Ber KADISCH real estate at Kr. Barona eela,4 in Riga #general

Moshe Schaeffer
 

I was looking for the obituary of my great great uncle Leib-Ber KADISCH
from Riga. I post on Jewishgen if someone might be able to tell me where
I could find it. I did not find it but someone found a news paper
article about his will in Germany. Someone else on Jewishgen was able to
translate to English for me. I have tried to find out more about this
and what I can do with it but have been to get more information am not
sure where to go with it now. I have found out what happen to most of
his children I am still trying to find 3 of them. The article was >from
http://www.periodika.lv/. This is the translation of the part of the
article that deals with him not the whole article deals with him, only
the last paragraph deals with Leib Behr Kadisch.

The cabinet of ministers passed a law, which cancels the regulations
of the will of Leib Behr Kadisch. This will did not allow his heirs or
their descendants to sell or mortage the real estate at Kr.Barona eela
4 in Riga. As known the "Lettlaendische Kreditbank" has purchased this
building for the ministry of education, but the contract could not
become effective because of the regulations in the above mentioned
will.

Any ides how I can find what happen to this will? Or why the cabinet
had to pass a law about his will. Where is this real estate ? Who was
the son and what happen to him? What happen to the real estate? Does it
still belong to the family? If you would like to see a copy of the news
paper I can send it to anyone who would like.

Thank you for any help in this matter.

Moshe Schaeffer
Jerusalem

Searching for:
BERMAN; BUCHMAK; COVITZ - St Louis Missouri; HIRSCHOWITZ - Friedrichstadt, Riga,
New York; KADISCH - Riga; KAUFF - Wolcysk, Russia; KIRSCHNER - Poland, New York;
KIRZNER- Poland; LITVAK; LEVINE; ROSESTEIN - Russia; SCHAEFFER - New York;
SHEVAKH- Peski; SHMERKOVITZ, SHUVAL - Kovno; WORK - Yanoff, Galicia, Austria,
New York; WAG - Yanoff, Galicia, Austria; WEISS- New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen How to find more what happen to Leib-Ber KADISCH real estate at Kr. Barona eela,4 in Riga #general

Moshe Schaeffer
 

I was looking for the obituary of my great great uncle Leib-Ber KADISCH
from Riga. I post on Jewishgen if someone might be able to tell me where
I could find it. I did not find it but someone found a news paper
article about his will in Germany. Someone else on Jewishgen was able to
translate to English for me. I have tried to find out more about this
and what I can do with it but have been to get more information am not
sure where to go with it now. I have found out what happen to most of
his children I am still trying to find 3 of them. The article was >from
http://www.periodika.lv/. This is the translation of the part of the
article that deals with him not the whole article deals with him, only
the last paragraph deals with Leib Behr Kadisch.

The cabinet of ministers passed a law, which cancels the regulations
of the will of Leib Behr Kadisch. This will did not allow his heirs or
their descendants to sell or mortage the real estate at Kr.Barona eela
4 in Riga. As known the "Lettlaendische Kreditbank" has purchased this
building for the ministry of education, but the contract could not
become effective because of the regulations in the above mentioned
will.

Any ides how I can find what happen to this will? Or why the cabinet
had to pass a law about his will. Where is this real estate ? Who was
the son and what happen to him? What happen to the real estate? Does it
still belong to the family? If you would like to see a copy of the news
paper I can send it to anyone who would like.

Thank you for any help in this matter.

Moshe Schaeffer
Jerusalem

Searching for:
BERMAN; BUCHMAK; COVITZ - St Louis Missouri; HIRSCHOWITZ - Friedrichstadt, Riga,
New York; KADISCH - Riga; KAUFF - Wolcysk, Russia; KIRSCHNER - Poland, New York;
KIRZNER- Poland; LITVAK; LEVINE; ROSESTEIN - Russia; SCHAEFFER - New York;
SHEVAKH- Peski; SHMERKOVITZ, SHUVAL - Kovno; WORK - Yanoff, Galicia, Austria,
New York; WAG - Yanoff, Galicia, Austria; WEISS- New York


New on IGRA website- The Holocaust in France: A Resource Guide #france

Elena Bazes
 

"Holocaust in France: A Resource Guide" by Jean-Pierre Stroweis is
now available on the IGRA website.

The guide includes on-line resources and a selection of books, in both
English and French, of the fate of the Jews in France during World War
II which will enable researchers to trace victims and survivors of the
Holocaust in France.

This extensive list contains general Holocaust resources and resources
specific to France, such as internment and concentration camps in
France, deportation documentation, escaping >from France, the Jewish
underground, the military and the Vichy Regime, Jewish children, the
work of Serge Klarsfeld, companies and foreign workers, and libraries,
archives and Jewish institutes in France.

To view the Guide, go to

http://genealogy.org.il/holocaust-france-resource-guide/


Elena Biegel Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chairperson


French SIG #France New on IGRA website- The Holocaust in France: A Resource Guide #france

Elena Bazes
 

"Holocaust in France: A Resource Guide" by Jean-Pierre Stroweis is
now available on the IGRA website.

The guide includes on-line resources and a selection of books, in both
English and French, of the fate of the Jews in France during World War
II which will enable researchers to trace victims and survivors of the
Holocaust in France.

This extensive list contains general Holocaust resources and resources
specific to France, such as internment and concentration camps in
France, deportation documentation, escaping >from France, the Jewish
underground, the military and the Vichy Regime, Jewish children, the
work of Serge Klarsfeld, companies and foreign workers, and libraries,
archives and Jewish institutes in France.

To view the Guide, go to

http://genealogy.org.il/holocaust-france-resource-guide/


Elena Biegel Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chairperson


Searching: Tzenerke #belarus

Joshua Levin
 

I would like to know if anyone has any ideas about who this "Tzenerke" might be.

Perhaps he was a rabbi?

I found this Holocaust survivor record:
Kartziamker, Leizer
Son of Moishe (Grandson of the "Tzenerke")

Most likely this survivor was >from Pruzhany (now in Belarus)or a nearby
town.

This surname has many spellings:
Korchemker, Korchomker, Korczomkier, Kortshomker, Korzcomber, Kortzamker,
Kartziamker, Korchenker, Korchmar, Korzmar, Korzinka, Korczomkier, Kerczenkiev


Thank you,
Joshua Levin
Sharon, MA


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching: Tzenerke #belarus

Joshua Levin
 

I would like to know if anyone has any ideas about who this "Tzenerke" might be.

Perhaps he was a rabbi?

I found this Holocaust survivor record:
Kartziamker, Leizer
Son of Moishe (Grandson of the "Tzenerke")

Most likely this survivor was >from Pruzhany (now in Belarus)or a nearby
town.

This surname has many spellings:
Korchemker, Korchomker, Korczomkier, Kortshomker, Korzcomber, Kortzamker,
Kartziamker, Korchenker, Korchmar, Korzmar, Korzinka, Korczomkier, Kerczenkiev


Thank you,
Joshua Levin
Sharon, MA


Philadelphia Rabbi Jacob (Yekel) Erusalimsky died 1940 #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to find out how I can see if there is an obituary of this
Philadelphia Rabbi, who was a nephew of the famous R. Moshe Nachum
Jerusalimki, 1855-1914, Rabbi of Kielce, Poland.

--
Neil Rosenstein


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Philadelphia Rabbi Jacob (Yekel) Erusalimsky died 1940 #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to find out how I can see if there is an obituary of this
Philadelphia Rabbi, who was a nephew of the famous R. Moshe Nachum
Jerusalimki, 1855-1914, Rabbi of Kielce, Poland.

--
Neil Rosenstein

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