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DNAPainter amd Genome Mate Pro #dna

Moishe Miller
 

Dear Group,

Can anyone point me to a resource that compares DNAPainter and Genome
Mate Pro in terms of the capabilities, not opinions.

I want to understand what each one does and if there is any overlap in
their capabilities.

Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
moishe.miller@totalben.com


DNA Research #DNA DNAPainter amd Genome Mate Pro #dna

Moishe Miller
 

Dear Group,

Can anyone point me to a resource that compares DNAPainter and Genome
Mate Pro in terms of the capabilities, not opinions.

I want to understand what each one does and if there is any overlap in
their capabilities.

Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
moishe.miller@totalben.com


Sugihara Survivors #general

david mink <dmink08@...>
 

We are bringing Nobuki Sugihara, the last surviving offspring of
Consul Chiune Sugihara, to Philadelphia and New York in May. We want
to arrange a meeting with Nobuki and any survivors and descendants of
survivors. Please respond directly to me.

David Mink
Philadelphia, PA USA
dmink08@gmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sugihara Survivors #general

david mink <dmink08@...>
 

We are bringing Nobuki Sugihara, the last surviving offspring of
Consul Chiune Sugihara, to Philadelphia and New York in May. We want
to arrange a meeting with Nobuki and any survivors and descendants of
survivors. Please respond directly to me.

David Mink
Philadelphia, PA USA
dmink08@gmail.com


ROLNICK/ELKANOWITZ #general

Sheldon Dan <sheldan1955@...>
 

I am researching a branch of my family which originated in Taurage,
Lithuania. I think that my great-great-grandfather David Elimelech
(David King) DAN had three siblings. >from my research, one sibling
was a daughter who married a man named ELKANOWITZ.

They had a son and a daughter. The daughter married Feivel KUPERMAN
(although some sources may have a shortened name). They had two
daughters, Chaje Leie, born in 1850 in a nearby town, Upynas, and died
there in 1827, and Dvora (Dorothy), born in 1852 in Upynas. Dvora
married Dov Behr ROLNICK, born in 1840 in Upynas. They had four
children, Leie (Lena), Hyman, Vuelvel (William), and Abel Judah. The
children except Abel Judah immigrated to the United States and settled
in Chicago and the Benton Harbor, MI, area, the same area that David
King's son Solomon DEN lived.

The son must have been named Abraham (Adolph) EKANOWITZ, who shortened
his name to WITZ. We think he was born in 1864 in Taurage. He married
a woman named Esther Johanna in 1887. Soon afterward, they had a
daughter, Sylvia. Sylvia married Julian David MORRIS, who was born in
1875, in 1907 in Chicago. They had three sons: Sol, born in 1910 in
Chicago; Bernard, born in Benton Harbor in 1919; and Herman, born in 1924.

I think the Benton Harbor connection somehow connects my family to the
Rolnicks and Elkanowitzes/Witzes. I would appreciate anyone who knows
about these families to contact me privately.

Sheldon Dan
sheldan1955@bellsouth.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ROLNICK/ELKANOWITZ #general

Sheldon Dan <sheldan1955@...>
 

I am researching a branch of my family which originated in Taurage,
Lithuania. I think that my great-great-grandfather David Elimelech
(David King) DAN had three siblings. >from my research, one sibling
was a daughter who married a man named ELKANOWITZ.

They had a son and a daughter. The daughter married Feivel KUPERMAN
(although some sources may have a shortened name). They had two
daughters, Chaje Leie, born in 1850 in a nearby town, Upynas, and died
there in 1827, and Dvora (Dorothy), born in 1852 in Upynas. Dvora
married Dov Behr ROLNICK, born in 1840 in Upynas. They had four
children, Leie (Lena), Hyman, Vuelvel (William), and Abel Judah. The
children except Abel Judah immigrated to the United States and settled
in Chicago and the Benton Harbor, MI, area, the same area that David
King's son Solomon DEN lived.

The son must have been named Abraham (Adolph) EKANOWITZ, who shortened
his name to WITZ. We think he was born in 1864 in Taurage. He married
a woman named Esther Johanna in 1887. Soon afterward, they had a
daughter, Sylvia. Sylvia married Julian David MORRIS, who was born in
1875, in 1907 in Chicago. They had three sons: Sol, born in 1910 in
Chicago; Bernard, born in Benton Harbor in 1919; and Herman, born in 1924.

I think the Benton Harbor connection somehow connects my family to the
Rolnicks and Elkanowitzes/Witzes. I would appreciate anyone who knows
about these families to contact me privately.

Sheldon Dan
sheldan1955@bellsouth.net


Looking for resources on Jews in Aden or Georgia (Eastern Europe) #general

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

Does anyone know of resources on these two Jewish communities? Please
let me know.

I don't mean the Yemenites that came to Aden to reach Palestine, but
those families that had lived in Aden while it was a British
protectorate.

Thank you,

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
Winner of 2017 IAJGS Award for Volunteer of the Year
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy

Keep up to date on archives, databases and genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with
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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for resources on Jews in Aden or Georgia (Eastern Europe) #general

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

Does anyone know of resources on these two Jewish communities? Please
let me know.

I don't mean the Yemenites that came to Aden to reach Palestine, but
those families that had lived in Aden while it was a British
protectorate.

Thank you,

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
Winner of 2017 IAJGS Award for Volunteer of the Year
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy

Keep up to date on archives, databases and genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with
http://twitter.com/JewDataGenGirl


announcement of my book #general

Judy Vasos
 

Dear Jewish Gen Members,

I'm happy to let you know a book I've been working on for over a decade
- "My Dear Good Rosi, Letters >from Nazi-Occupied Holland, 1940-1943" -
has now been published and is available for $16.95 >from Amazon.com,
Barnes & Noble and through Ingram at Independent bookstores, libraries
and Jewish agencies.

The book tells a compelling story through letters, photographs and
historical documents of my husband's grandparents, Hugo and Clemy
Mosbacher and their efforts to escape Nazi terror. After fleeing their
long time home in Nuremberg, Germany for Holland, they prepared to sail
to the United States to join their daughter, Rosi who had arrived safely
in New York after leaving Nuremberg for London.

Just one day before departure, the Nazis invaded Holland, all visas were
canceled and the Mosbacher's lived under Nazi control for three years
until their arrest and deportation in 1943 to Auschwitz where they were
killed immediately. During their time in Amsterdam they rented a one room
apartment with kitchen privileges. Other family members in Amsterdam came
for simple Seder and birthday celebrations in an effort to create some
semblance of normalcy while the Nazi noose was tightening around them.
There even celebrated the wedding of a niece.

And they wrote over 100 letters to Rosi and their "beloved ones" -
letters filled with love, humor and anguish over their imposed separation.

Rosi saved the letters for over 70 years and although she shared photos
and documents with us, she couldn't let go of the letters - her last link
with her parents. We discovered them in her desk drawer while helping her
move shortly before her death.

It was like finding gold!

Hugo and Clemy's grandsons had never known them and usually referred to
them as their mother's parents. Grandparents were for others not them.

Reading the translated letters we now understand why Rosi often said "I
wish you'd known my parents, they were such good people."

I invite you to read this story and learn how Hugo and Clemy kept their
hearts open and loving during a time of extreme duress. It offers
inspiration as we face our own personal and political uncertainties today
and speaks loudly to "Never Again".
Thank you.

Judy Vasos
Historical Detective
www.judyvasos.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen announcement of my book #general

Judy Vasos
 

Dear Jewish Gen Members,

I'm happy to let you know a book I've been working on for over a decade
- "My Dear Good Rosi, Letters >from Nazi-Occupied Holland, 1940-1943" -
has now been published and is available for $16.95 >from Amazon.com,
Barnes & Noble and through Ingram at Independent bookstores, libraries
and Jewish agencies.

The book tells a compelling story through letters, photographs and
historical documents of my husband's grandparents, Hugo and Clemy
Mosbacher and their efforts to escape Nazi terror. After fleeing their
long time home in Nuremberg, Germany for Holland, they prepared to sail
to the United States to join their daughter, Rosi who had arrived safely
in New York after leaving Nuremberg for London.

Just one day before departure, the Nazis invaded Holland, all visas were
canceled and the Mosbacher's lived under Nazi control for three years
until their arrest and deportation in 1943 to Auschwitz where they were
killed immediately. During their time in Amsterdam they rented a one room
apartment with kitchen privileges. Other family members in Amsterdam came
for simple Seder and birthday celebrations in an effort to create some
semblance of normalcy while the Nazi noose was tightening around them.
There even celebrated the wedding of a niece.

And they wrote over 100 letters to Rosi and their "beloved ones" -
letters filled with love, humor and anguish over their imposed separation.

Rosi saved the letters for over 70 years and although she shared photos
and documents with us, she couldn't let go of the letters - her last link
with her parents. We discovered them in her desk drawer while helping her
move shortly before her death.

It was like finding gold!

Hugo and Clemy's grandsons had never known them and usually referred to
them as their mother's parents. Grandparents were for others not them.

Reading the translated letters we now understand why Rosi often said "I
wish you'd known my parents, they were such good people."

I invite you to read this story and learn how Hugo and Clemy kept their
hearts open and loving during a time of extreme duress. It offers
inspiration as we face our own personal and political uncertainties today
and speaks loudly to "Never Again".
Thank you.

Judy Vasos
Historical Detective
www.judyvasos.com


oblasts/region vs. uzed/district #general

mike yesnes
 

Know there are 24 oblasts/regions in Ukraine and many uzed/districts
also in Ukraine. Appears the borders of these oblasts/regions overlap
into other provinces into other districts. Is there a map of these
oblast/region borders showing their overlapping into other provinces/
districts thus showing the towns as well? would appreciate some
clarification. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Mike Yesnes


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen oblasts/region vs. uzed/district #general

mike yesnes
 

Know there are 24 oblasts/regions in Ukraine and many uzed/districts
also in Ukraine. Appears the borders of these oblasts/regions overlap
into other provinces into other districts. Is there a map of these
oblast/region borders showing their overlapping into other provinces/
districts thus showing the towns as well? would appreciate some
clarification. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Mike Yesnes


December 15: deadline to submit family photo for January photo genealogy workshop at the Center for Jewish History in New York #general

Moriah Amit
 

On January 23 at 6:30 PM, the Center for Jewish History will host a photo
genealogy workshop featuring Sherlock Cohn, the internationally-known
Jewish genealogy sleuth. In this workshop, Sherlock will demonstrate why
it's important to mine the clues our ancestors left for us in their
photographs and how photo dating, photo identification, and fashion/
artifact history can help us solve some of our genealogy mysteries. If
you plan to attend this workshop and have a family photo you would like
Sherlock Cohn to analyze, please read the photo submission guidelines at
sherlockcohn.bpt.me (deadline: December 15).

Moriah Amit, New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen December 15: deadline to submit family photo for January photo genealogy workshop at the Center for Jewish History in New York #general

Moriah Amit
 

On January 23 at 6:30 PM, the Center for Jewish History will host a photo
genealogy workshop featuring Sherlock Cohn, the internationally-known
Jewish genealogy sleuth. In this workshop, Sherlock will demonstrate why
it's important to mine the clues our ancestors left for us in their
photographs and how photo dating, photo identification, and fashion/
artifact history can help us solve some of our genealogy mysteries. If
you plan to attend this workshop and have a family photo you would like
Sherlock Cohn to analyze, please read the photo submission guidelines at
sherlockcohn.bpt.me (deadline: December 15).

Moriah Amit, New York


David/Dovid and Mary/Minnie (Feinstein) Edelman from Rega; descendents. #general

David Edelman
 

Since my father Norman, and his only sibling, his brother Sam have both
passed, I am now the oldest living male descendent of their father
Michael. I am trying once again to hopefully contact any of the
descendants of my fathers cousins, as I know there should be many.

Thank you, David Edelman
peachpappa@gmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen David/Dovid and Mary/Minnie (Feinstein) Edelman from Rega; descendents. #general

David Edelman
 

Since my father Norman, and his only sibling, his brother Sam have both
passed, I am now the oldest living male descendent of their father
Michael. I am trying once again to hopefully contact any of the
descendants of my fathers cousins, as I know there should be many.

Thank you, David Edelman
peachpappa@gmail.com


Malka WEISBERGER, Kiryat Motzkin, Israel #general

Shlomo Katz
 

I am seeking the family of Malka WEISBERGER, who was living in Kiryat
Motzkin, Israel in 1957.
She submitted Yad Vashem POT testimony relating to mutual relatives of
ours (MULLER family of Khust), so we may be related.
Shlomo Katz
Silver Spring, Maryland USA


Lea MILLER, Yaffo Street, City Unknown, Israel #general

Shlomo Katz
 

I am seeking the family of Lea MILLER, who was living on Yaffo Street,
in an unspecified city in Israel, in 1957.
She submitted Yad Vashem POT testimony relating to mutual relatives of
ours (Peretz MULLER of Sighet), so we may be related.
Thank you
Shlomo Katz
Silver Spring, Maryland USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Malka WEISBERGER, Kiryat Motzkin, Israel #general

Shlomo Katz
 

I am seeking the family of Malka WEISBERGER, who was living in Kiryat
Motzkin, Israel in 1957.
She submitted Yad Vashem POT testimony relating to mutual relatives of
ours (MULLER family of Khust), so we may be related.
Shlomo Katz
Silver Spring, Maryland USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lea MILLER, Yaffo Street, City Unknown, Israel #general

Shlomo Katz
 

I am seeking the family of Lea MILLER, who was living on Yaffo Street,
in an unspecified city in Israel, in 1957.
She submitted Yad Vashem POT testimony relating to mutual relatives of
ours (Peretz MULLER of Sighet), so we may be related.
Thank you
Shlomo Katz
Silver Spring, Maryland USA

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