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Seeking Richard CRAMER m. Ella WIll- Karlsruhe #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hansmartin.unger@...>
 

Richard CRAMER of Karlsruhe was born 5.1.1869 and died New York 1969.
His wife was Ella WIll

Looking for the date of death of Richard CRAMER and his profession
Looking for the dates of birth and death of Ella WILL

thank you for your help. Kind Regards,

Hansmartin Unger, St. Gallen, Switzerland hansmartin.unger@sunrise.ch


Seeking grandparents Konrad Steinmetz Wolfdunkell(born in Berlin) and Tatiana Budzynska #germany

Yurhii Budzynkz <yurhiibudzynkz@...>
 

Dear Sirs,
I am searching for any information about my grandparents: Konrad
Steinmetz Wolfdunkell(born in Berlin) and Tatiana Budzynska. I don't
know their birth dares.
If anyone has any information about them, please, send me an answer.
Greatefully,

Yuriy Budzy=C5=84ski


German SIG #Germany Seeking Richard CRAMER m. Ella WIll- Karlsruhe #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hansmartin.unger@...>
 

Richard CRAMER of Karlsruhe was born 5.1.1869 and died New York 1969.
His wife was Ella WIll

Looking for the date of death of Richard CRAMER and his profession
Looking for the dates of birth and death of Ella WILL

thank you for your help. Kind Regards,

Hansmartin Unger, St. Gallen, Switzerland hansmartin.unger@sunrise.ch


German SIG #Germany Seeking grandparents Konrad Steinmetz Wolfdunkell(born in Berlin) and Tatiana Budzynska #germany

Yurhii Budzynkz <yurhiibudzynkz@...>
 

Dear Sirs,
I am searching for any information about my grandparents: Konrad
Steinmetz Wolfdunkell(born in Berlin) and Tatiana Budzynska. I don't
know their birth dares.
If anyone has any information about them, please, send me an answer.
Greatefully,

Yuriy Budzy=C5=84ski


SELIGMANN - ROSENBAUM #germany

Liz James
 

I am looking for the parents and ancestors of Hugo SELIGMANN . Hugo's
parents were Josef SELIGMANN and Rosalie ROSENBAUM.
Hugo SELIGMANN was born in the small town of Melle near Bielefeld,
district Hanover on 24 October 1901, son of Josef SELIGMANN and
Rosalie geb. ROSENBAUM.

He had a twin brother who was named Berndt, or possibly Bernard.
His mother either died in child birth or shortly after he was born, and
his father passed away when he was extremely young.
He spent his first few years taken care of by his maternal grandmother,
Rosenfeld (I don't know her first name) and after she passed away he
spent the years >from about 1907 to 1917 fostered out to a Jewish
farming family.

This must have been in or very near Hildesheim as indicated in his Jewish
school reports >from 1909 to 1915.
He attended a non-secular school for one year only as indicated in his
school leaving (discharge) certificate - 1908 to 1909.

Liz James, Melbourne, Australia lizronjames@hotmail.com


German SIG #Germany SELIGMANN - ROSENBAUM #germany

Liz James
 

I am looking for the parents and ancestors of Hugo SELIGMANN . Hugo's
parents were Josef SELIGMANN and Rosalie ROSENBAUM.
Hugo SELIGMANN was born in the small town of Melle near Bielefeld,
district Hanover on 24 October 1901, son of Josef SELIGMANN and
Rosalie geb. ROSENBAUM.

He had a twin brother who was named Berndt, or possibly Bernard.
His mother either died in child birth or shortly after he was born, and
his father passed away when he was extremely young.
He spent his first few years taken care of by his maternal grandmother,
Rosenfeld (I don't know her first name) and after she passed away he
spent the years >from about 1907 to 1917 fostered out to a Jewish
farming family.

This must have been in or very near Hildesheim as indicated in his Jewish
school reports >from 1909 to 1915.
He attended a non-secular school for one year only as indicated in his
school leaving (discharge) certificate - 1908 to 1909.

Liz James, Melbourne, Australia lizronjames@hotmail.com


Letichev and Uezd Translation Project Update #ukraine

Renée K. Carl
 

Dear Siggers
Thanks to all who have supported the Document Translation and Indexing
Project for Letichev and Uezd: Snitkov, Derazhnia, Medzhibozh, Zinkov,
Mikhalpol, Volkovintsy, Butsnevtsy 1829 and 1833 lists of Families for
Conscription. (see project description here:
https://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/db_letichev.html)

Translation is currently underway, and the translators are making
excellent progress. I have spreadsheets to share with donors who have
given $100 or more to the project.

Like any good genealogist, I have lists of the names of donors, but I
also have a brickwall, and need your help. In a quirk of the donation
system, I do not have your email addresses. If you donated $100 or
more to this project, or think you might have, please contact me
directly and I will check the list and send you the spreadsheets we
have. If you would like to donate to the project, we are still
collecting funds which will be used for additional records that were
recently located.

Thank you for your support of this project, and your assistance on the
emails!
R.k. Carl
Washington DC
rkcarl@gmail.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Letichev and Uezd Translation Project Update #ukraine

Renée K. Carl
 

Dear Siggers
Thanks to all who have supported the Document Translation and Indexing
Project for Letichev and Uezd: Snitkov, Derazhnia, Medzhibozh, Zinkov,
Mikhalpol, Volkovintsy, Butsnevtsy 1829 and 1833 lists of Families for
Conscription. (see project description here:
https://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/projectdesc/db_letichev.html)

Translation is currently underway, and the translators are making
excellent progress. I have spreadsheets to share with donors who have
given $100 or more to the project.

Like any good genealogist, I have lists of the names of donors, but I
also have a brickwall, and need your help. In a quirk of the donation
system, I do not have your email addresses. If you donated $100 or
more to this project, or think you might have, please contact me
directly and I will check the list and send you the spreadsheets we
have. If you would like to donate to the project, we are still
collecting funds which will be used for additional records that were
recently located.

Thank you for your support of this project, and your assistance on the
emails!
R.k. Carl
Washington DC
rkcarl@gmail.com


marriages between first cousins #ukraine

njried@...
 

Shalom,

In my tree, I have two examples of first cousins marrying each other,
both in Odessa
First people born respectively in 1856 and 1856, >from a bourgeois,
rather assimilated background, and later two of their children, born
in 1888 and 1892, both marrying two sisters, again their first
cousins.
Thankfully, the third brother, my grandfather, found a bride outside
the family!

Since Odessa was home to a huge community, offering lots of socially
compatible matches, I have been trying to find a reason for these
repeated marriages.
Do you have similar examples? Does anyone know how these marriages
were considered in Orthodox and liberal circles at the time?


I would be very grateful for any example, lead or anecdote.

Thanks a lot in advance,

N. Ried


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine marriages between first cousins #ukraine

njried@...
 

Shalom,

In my tree, I have two examples of first cousins marrying each other,
both in Odessa
First people born respectively in 1856 and 1856, >from a bourgeois,
rather assimilated background, and later two of their children, born
in 1888 and 1892, both marrying two sisters, again their first
cousins.
Thankfully, the third brother, my grandfather, found a bride outside
the family!

Since Odessa was home to a huge community, offering lots of socially
compatible matches, I have been trying to find a reason for these
repeated marriages.
Do you have similar examples? Does anyone know how these marriages
were considered in Orthodox and liberal circles at the time?


I would be very grateful for any example, lead or anecdote.

Thanks a lot in advance,

N. Ried


Births year 1897 #warsaw #poland

Micheline GUTMANN
 

I am looking for a birth certificate in 1897 at Warszawa.
I cannot found it on the list of JRI-Poland.
which is the reason ?

Micheline GUTMANN
GenAmi, Paris
Web site : www.genami.org/en


Abraham Zelig Salata on VM65994 #warsaw #poland

izharatzmon@...
 

There are 2 Abraham Salata's here.=C2=A0

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3DVM65994
=C2=A0
My great-grandfather Abraham Zelig Salata (birth record)=C2=A0

and Abraham Asher Salata (death record)

I need to clarify if it is the same person.

If I can find a death record to my Great grandfather or a birth record to A=
braham Asher Salata this question will be solved.
=C2=A0
There is another gravestone photo in Narew of Moshe Chaim son of Abraham Sa=
lata so this is a 3rd Abraham but possibly all 3 are one man. This is my Qu=
estion!
=C2=A0

Thanking you in advance!

Isaac (Izhar) Atzmon (Salata)


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Births year 1897 #warsaw #poland

Micheline GUTMANN
 

I am looking for a birth certificate in 1897 at Warszawa.
I cannot found it on the list of JRI-Poland.
which is the reason ?

Micheline GUTMANN
GenAmi, Paris
Web site : www.genami.org/en


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Abraham Zelig Salata on VM65994 #warsaw #poland

izharatzmon@...
 

There are 2 Abraham Salata's here.=C2=A0

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3DVM65994
=C2=A0
My great-grandfather Abraham Zelig Salata (birth record)=C2=A0

and Abraham Asher Salata (death record)

I need to clarify if it is the same person.

If I can find a death record to my Great grandfather or a birth record to A=
braham Asher Salata this question will be solved.
=C2=A0
There is another gravestone photo in Narew of Moshe Chaim son of Abraham Sa=
lata so this is a 3rd Abraham but possibly all 3 are one man. This is my Qu=
estion!
=C2=A0

Thanking you in advance!

Isaac (Izhar) Atzmon (Salata)


TWO MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS regarding the 2018 IAJGS conference in Warsaw #warsaw #poland

IAJGS Listserv Communications <iajgs2018@...>
 

ONE: PRELIMINARY PROGRAM is available

The IAJGS 2018 Conference Program Committee is delighted to announce
the availability of the preliminary conference program.

While the program is subject to revision due to upcoming and
unanticipated scheduling needs, the basic framework of the conference
is now available and it should be a great help to those formulating
their conference plans.

At this moment, the preliminary program is accessible at:
www.iajgs2018.org/program_schedule.cfm

TWO: MEAL RESERVATIONS are available

The IAJGS Warsaw Conference Planning Team is delighted to announce
that registrants can now return to their registration forms and sign
up for the larger luncheons and Thursday evening Gala Banquet. To sign
up for a meal, you must first register for the conference, if you have
not already done so. Meal tickets may be purchased through the website
through July 23rd, and detailed instructions appear on the Conference
Registration Form.

The Meal Schedule in Summary:
Monday, August 6 JRI-Poland
Tuesday, August 7 Litvak SIG, JewishGen German-Jewish SIG
Wednesday, August 8 JewishGen Ukraine SIG, JewishGen Austria/Czech SIG
Thursday, August 9 JewishGen Belarus SIG & Conference Evening Gala Banquet
Speakers at the SIG luncheons will be announced at a later date.

Hours: Luncheons 12-1:30 p.m.; Banquet 7-9 p.m.

Costs: Luncheons ($32/person); Banquet ($62/person).

Meal options:
JRI-Poland luncheon: Kosher chicken or vegetarian.
Other SIG luncheons: Non-kosher buffet style; or pre-plated Kosher
chicken or Kosher vegetarian.
Banquet: Pre-plated chicken, fish, or vegetarian, kosher or non-kosher.
Medically based dietary restrictions that you told us about in the
registration form will be accommodated. If you have questions or
concerns you may contact the event planners at
eventplanner@iajgs2018.org.

Meals may be signed up for on the Attendee Service Center >from the
REGISTRATION menu on the Conference Home page www.iajgs2018.org. Sign
in with the Email address you used for registration and the password
from your confirmation message. On the Welcome page, Click Update Your
Info, then click Edit and continue through the registration form
adding information or meals as you go.

Watch for announcements about food offerings for lunchtime
get-togethers of smaller, country-focus, birds-of-a-feather, or
special interest groups.

See you in Warsaw - August 5-10, 2018

Dan Oren
IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference Listserv Communications
Woodbridge, Connecticut USA


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland TWO MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS regarding the 2018 IAJGS conference in Warsaw #warsaw #poland

IAJGS Listserv Communications <iajgs2018@...>
 

ONE: PRELIMINARY PROGRAM is available

The IAJGS 2018 Conference Program Committee is delighted to announce
the availability of the preliminary conference program.

While the program is subject to revision due to upcoming and
unanticipated scheduling needs, the basic framework of the conference
is now available and it should be a great help to those formulating
their conference plans.

At this moment, the preliminary program is accessible at:
www.iajgs2018.org/program_schedule.cfm

TWO: MEAL RESERVATIONS are available

The IAJGS Warsaw Conference Planning Team is delighted to announce
that registrants can now return to their registration forms and sign
up for the larger luncheons and Thursday evening Gala Banquet. To sign
up for a meal, you must first register for the conference, if you have
not already done so. Meal tickets may be purchased through the website
through July 23rd, and detailed instructions appear on the Conference
Registration Form.

The Meal Schedule in Summary:
Monday, August 6 JRI-Poland
Tuesday, August 7 Litvak SIG, JewishGen German-Jewish SIG
Wednesday, August 8 JewishGen Ukraine SIG, JewishGen Austria/Czech SIG
Thursday, August 9 JewishGen Belarus SIG & Conference Evening Gala Banquet
Speakers at the SIG luncheons will be announced at a later date.

Hours: Luncheons 12-1:30 p.m.; Banquet 7-9 p.m.

Costs: Luncheons ($32/person); Banquet ($62/person).

Meal options:
JRI-Poland luncheon: Kosher chicken or vegetarian.
Other SIG luncheons: Non-kosher buffet style; or pre-plated Kosher
chicken or Kosher vegetarian.
Banquet: Pre-plated chicken, fish, or vegetarian, kosher or non-kosher.
Medically based dietary restrictions that you told us about in the
registration form will be accommodated. If you have questions or
concerns you may contact the event planners at
eventplanner@iajgs2018.org.

Meals may be signed up for on the Attendee Service Center >from the
REGISTRATION menu on the Conference Home page www.iajgs2018.org. Sign
in with the Email address you used for registration and the password
from your confirmation message. On the Welcome page, Click Update Your
Info, then click Edit and continue through the registration form
adding information or meals as you go.

Watch for announcements about food offerings for lunchtime
get-togethers of smaller, country-focus, birds-of-a-feather, or
special interest groups.

See you in Warsaw - August 5-10, 2018

Dan Oren
IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference Listserv Communications
Woodbridge, Connecticut USA


Vilna-Belarus: Shtetl-Based Tree Now Available #belarus

Adam Cherson
 

Dear Vilna and Belarus Area Researchers,

After several months of intensive data crunching, the initial phase of
the Divenishok (Dieveniskes) Ancestral Tree (DAT) is complete. There are
over 6,000 individual entries on the tree, each one documented and
sourced, some including photographs and papers. The entries are sourced
from the Divenishok Yizkor Book, the All Lithuania Database, the Yad
Vashem Database, Devenishker Verein records, and individual family
trees.

A list of surnames in the DAT is available here:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/dieveniskes/SurnameReport.html

Anyone having, or having reason to believe there is, an ancestor in
Divenishok or one of the immediately neighboring communities of
Benakani, Eshishok, Gavya, Heranion, Ivya, Kalelishok, Lipnishok,
Olshan, Radin, Soletchnik, Subotnik, Traby, Vishneva, Volozhin,
Voronova, Yashuni, or Yuratishki, is well advised to include the DAT in
their research routine.

For more information about accessing the full DAT please visit the
Dieveniskes Kehilalinks site:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/dieveniskes/tree.html

Best Wishes and Good Results,
Adam Cherson
Data Manager: Divenishok Ancestral Tree
Website Manager: Dieveniskes Kehilalinks


Belarus SIG #Belarus Vilna-Belarus: Shtetl-Based Tree Now Available #belarus

Adam Cherson
 

Dear Vilna and Belarus Area Researchers,

After several months of intensive data crunching, the initial phase of
the Divenishok (Dieveniskes) Ancestral Tree (DAT) is complete. There are
over 6,000 individual entries on the tree, each one documented and
sourced, some including photographs and papers. The entries are sourced
from the Divenishok Yizkor Book, the All Lithuania Database, the Yad
Vashem Database, Devenishker Verein records, and individual family
trees.

A list of surnames in the DAT is available here:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/dieveniskes/SurnameReport.html

Anyone having, or having reason to believe there is, an ancestor in
Divenishok or one of the immediately neighboring communities of
Benakani, Eshishok, Gavya, Heranion, Ivya, Kalelishok, Lipnishok,
Olshan, Radin, Soletchnik, Subotnik, Traby, Vishneva, Volozhin,
Voronova, Yashuni, or Yuratishki, is well advised to include the DAT in
their research routine.

For more information about accessing the full DAT please visit the
Dieveniskes Kehilalinks site:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/dieveniskes/tree.html

Best Wishes and Good Results,
Adam Cherson
Data Manager: Divenishok Ancestral Tree
Website Manager: Dieveniskes Kehilalinks


Where is "Lubo, Russland"? #general

Jake Jacobs
 

My g'grandparents' ship manifest out of Hamburg, Germany in 1887 lists
their last residence as "Lubo, Russland." Does anybody have any idea
where this might be?

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Where is "Lubo, Russland"? #general

Jake Jacobs
 

My g'grandparents' ship manifest out of Hamburg, Germany in 1887 lists
their last residence as "Lubo, Russland." Does anybody have any idea
where this might be?

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas

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