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Romania SIG #Romania Jewish cemetery in Craiova, Romania #romania

Bill Hunter <nickh2@...>
 

I have recently discovered that I have several ALBAHARY family buried
at the Jewish cemetery in Craiova, Romania.
Does anyone in this group live in or near Craiova? I would like a
picture of the gravestones, but do not live in Europe.
Information I have >from burial record is:


Heinrich ALBAHARY, died (buried?) on 27 April 1943

Gertrude ALBAHARY died 1953 buried in plot 3-3-12-6bis

Finding graves of Heinrich and his wife Gertrude are most important.


R. Elena ALBAHARY died 6 October 1941 at the age of 72 (thus, born around
1869)

Robert ALBAHARY died 21 Feb 1951 at the age of 93 (born around 1858), buried
in plot III-III-13-VI

Roza ALBAHARY died 11 Dec 1955 at the age of 62 (born around 1893), buried
in the Nou [New] section


I can be reached at nickh2@....


Jewish cemetery in Craiova, Romania #romania

Bill Hunter <nickh2@...>
 

I have recently discovered that I have several ALBAHARY family buried
at the Jewish cemetery in Craiova, Romania.
Does anyone in this group live in or near Craiova? I would like a
picture of the gravestones, but do not live in Europe.
Information I have >from burial record is:


Heinrich ALBAHARY, died (buried?) on 27 April 1943

Gertrude ALBAHARY died 1953 buried in plot 3-3-12-6bis

Finding graves of Heinrich and his wife Gertrude are most important.


R. Elena ALBAHARY died 6 October 1941 at the age of 72 (thus, born around
1869)

Robert ALBAHARY died 21 Feb 1951 at the age of 93 (born around 1858), buried
in plot III-III-13-VI

Roza ALBAHARY died 11 Dec 1955 at the age of 62 (born around 1893), buried
in the Nou [New] section


I can be reached at nickh2@....


Romania SIG #Romania Re: ALBAHARY #romania

Sam Wolff
 

In the Jewish cemetery in Craiova (southwest Romania, not far >from the
Bulgarian border) were the following individuals, along with their
dates of death.

Albahari Heinrich 1843
Albahary Gertrude 1953
Albahary R. Elena 1841
Albahary Robert 1951
Albahary Roza 1955.

Hope this helps,
Sam Wolff
Jerusalem


Re: ALBAHARY #romania

Sam Wolff
 

In the Jewish cemetery in Craiova (southwest Romania, not far >from the
Bulgarian border) were the following individuals, along with their
dates of death.

Albahari Heinrich 1843
Albahary Gertrude 1953
Albahary R. Elena 1841
Albahary Robert 1951
Albahary Roza 1955.

Hope this helps,
Sam Wolff
Jerusalem


Romania SIG #Romania Finding grave in Craiova #romania

K Charles Real Estate <charles@...>
 

Greetings, can you please advise how I can find my father's grave,
The name is Shmuel SHMATNIK. He died in 1957 and is buried in the
cemetery in Craiova in Romania.
I would like to find the grave.

Best Regards
Chaim Shmatnik
Australia


Finding grave in Craiova #romania

K Charles Real Estate <charles@...>
 

Greetings, can you please advise how I can find my father's grave,
The name is Shmuel SHMATNIK. He died in 1957 and is buried in the
cemetery in Craiova in Romania.
I would like to find the grave.

Best Regards
Chaim Shmatnik
Australia


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Carmi-Brandwein family #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Rabbi Aryeh Carmi and his
sister, Tzofia of Toronto, children of Rabbi Yosef Carmi (originally
Brandwein) who trace back to Rabbi Shmelke Horowitz of Jerusalem
(1860-1898 whose wife was a Biderman of the Lelov Dynasty) son of
Sender Yitzchak Horowitz of Sadagora son of Rabbu Nach Pinchas
Horowitz of Brody and then Safed.

Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Carmi-Brandwein family #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Rabbi Aryeh Carmi and his
sister, Tzofia of Toronto, children of Rabbi Yosef Carmi (originally
Brandwein) who trace back to Rabbi Shmelke Horowitz of Jerusalem
(1860-1898 whose wife was a Biderman of the Lelov Dynasty) son of
Sender Yitzchak Horowitz of Sadagora son of Rabbu Nach Pinchas
Horowitz of Brody and then Safed.

Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Was Interrupted Travel to the US from Poland Common? #galicia

Sheldon Rabin
 

I'm researching my great-grandmother Reisel (Perlmutter) Wiesen, born
1871 in Rozwadow (now Stalowa Wola) Poland. Because there is so little
info available on her, I found myself ranging into databases that I might
not typically access in the hope of finding something.

I found an entry for 1888 in the 1850-1934 Hamburg Passenger Lists for
a Reizel Perlmutter, (female) age 17, born about 1871 in Rozwadow, Galizien.
Reizel was traveling on the ship Lincoln that departed Hamburg on 1 May
1888 destined for New York City with a stop in Grimsby, England.
According to the manifest, the passengers were to connect with
Nordamerika via Liverpool. Reizel was traveling only with her 10-year-old
sister, Feige.

The problem here is that Reisel never visited the US, not in 1888 nor any
other time. There are no Ellis Island entries for any single female named
R. Perlmutter until 1900. And so, I was wondering if it was common for
emigrants to decide mid-trip not to continue on to the States but instead
to halt their voyage, in Reisel's case in England, and to return to their
country of origin at some later time?

We know that Reisel married Zvi Hirsh Wiesen in Rozwadow in the early
1890s and had four children including my grandmother Ettel Sara
Perlmutter Rebensaft born in 1894.

Am I interpreting Reisel's apparent travel itinerary correctly? And was her
apparent change of heart common among emigrants >from Poland and
elsewhere?

Thank you.

Sheldon Rabin
Seneca Falls, New York


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Was Interrupted Travel to the US from Poland Common? #galicia

Sheldon Rabin
 

I'm researching my great-grandmother Reisel (Perlmutter) Wiesen, born
1871 in Rozwadow (now Stalowa Wola) Poland. Because there is so little
info available on her, I found myself ranging into databases that I might
not typically access in the hope of finding something.

I found an entry for 1888 in the 1850-1934 Hamburg Passenger Lists for
a Reizel Perlmutter, (female) age 17, born about 1871 in Rozwadow, Galizien.
Reizel was traveling on the ship Lincoln that departed Hamburg on 1 May
1888 destined for New York City with a stop in Grimsby, England.
According to the manifest, the passengers were to connect with
Nordamerika via Liverpool. Reizel was traveling only with her 10-year-old
sister, Feige.

The problem here is that Reisel never visited the US, not in 1888 nor any
other time. There are no Ellis Island entries for any single female named
R. Perlmutter until 1900. And so, I was wondering if it was common for
emigrants to decide mid-trip not to continue on to the States but instead
to halt their voyage, in Reisel's case in England, and to return to their
country of origin at some later time?

We know that Reisel married Zvi Hirsh Wiesen in Rozwadow in the early
1890s and had four children including my grandmother Ettel Sara
Perlmutter Rebensaft born in 1894.

Am I interpreting Reisel's apparent travel itinerary correctly? And was her
apparent change of heart common among emigrants >from Poland and
elsewhere?

Thank you.

Sheldon Rabin
Seneca Falls, New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Passenger Lists for the SS Gallia - 1896-1899 #general

Bette Mas <bette.sscf@...>
 

Maron Lavie wrote: << Where could I find passenger lists for the SS
Gallia, 1896-1899? It usually sailed >from the UK to Halifax, I
believe. >>
-----

Manifests for the SS Gallia arrivals in Canada are online in Ancestry
with the St Albans Lists.

National Archives Prologue Magazine
By Way of Canada - U.S. Records of Immigration Across the U.S.-Canadian Border,
1895-1954 (St. Albans Lists) Fall 2000, Vol. 32, No. 3 | Genealogy Notes
By Marian L. Smith
<https://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/2000/fall/us-canada-immigration-records-1.html >
[MOD. NOTE: shortened URL - https://tinyurl.com/yxqpoppc ]

In Ancestry under Immigration & Travel, the manifests are in the "U.S., Border
Crossings >from Canada to U.S. 1895-1960" database that includes St. Albans,
Vermont 1895-1954.
<https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/canadianbc/ >

Bette Stoop Mas
USA


Re: Passenger Lists for the SS Gallia - 1896-1899 #general

Bette Mas <bette.sscf@...>
 

Maron Lavie wrote: << Where could I find passenger lists for the SS
Gallia, 1896-1899? It usually sailed >from the UK to Halifax, I
believe. >>
-----

Manifests for the SS Gallia arrivals in Canada are online in Ancestry
with the St Albans Lists.

National Archives Prologue Magazine
By Way of Canada - U.S. Records of Immigration Across the U.S.-Canadian Border,
1895-1954 (St. Albans Lists) Fall 2000, Vol. 32, No. 3 | Genealogy Notes
By Marian L. Smith
<https://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/2000/fall/us-canada-immigration-records-1.html >
[MOD. NOTE: shortened URL - https://tinyurl.com/yxqpoppc ]

In Ancestry under Immigration & Travel, the manifests are in the "U.S., Border
Crossings >from Canada to U.S. 1895-1960" database that includes St. Albans,
Vermont 1895-1954.
<https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/canadianbc/ >

Bette Stoop Mas
USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen This week's Yizkor book excerpt on the JewishGen Facebook page #general

Bruce Drake
 

Itsik Trastinetski was one of a group of Jewish activists rounded up
by political police in Poland, all of whom were subjected to torture.
His own treatment was brutal and when his captors saw that he was
physically broken to the point that further torture was superfluous,
they then tortured his closest friends within his sight. He was taken
to the town hospital, still bound in chains, where people >from other
wards hurried to hear what he had to say, even as doctors closed the
windows so he could not be heard in other pavilions. Trastinetski's
sarcastic response was "See, my hands and my feet are bound in
chains, but you cannot close my mouth" and with the call "Long live
freedom!," he gave up his spirit. Such was "Itsik Trastinetski's
Martyrdom," a chapter >from the Yizkor book of Kremenets, Vyshgorodok,
and Pochayiv.

URL: https://www.facebook.com/JewishGen.org/posts/2260836880605121?__tn__=K-R

Bruce Drake
Silver Spring MD

Researching: DRACH, EBERT, KIMMEL, ZLOTNICK
Towns: Wojnilow, Kovel


This week's Yizkor book excerpt on the JewishGen Facebook page #general

Bruce Drake
 

Itsik Trastinetski was one of a group of Jewish activists rounded up
by political police in Poland, all of whom were subjected to torture.
His own treatment was brutal and when his captors saw that he was
physically broken to the point that further torture was superfluous,
they then tortured his closest friends within his sight. He was taken
to the town hospital, still bound in chains, where people >from other
wards hurried to hear what he had to say, even as doctors closed the
windows so he could not be heard in other pavilions. Trastinetski's
sarcastic response was "See, my hands and my feet are bound in
chains, but you cannot close my mouth" and with the call "Long live
freedom!," he gave up his spirit. Such was "Itsik Trastinetski's
Martyrdom," a chapter >from the Yizkor book of Kremenets, Vyshgorodok,
and Pochayiv.

URL: https://www.facebook.com/JewishGen.org/posts/2260836880605121?__tn__=K-R

Bruce Drake
Silver Spring MD

Researching: DRACH, EBERT, KIMMEL, ZLOTNICK
Towns: Wojnilow, Kovel


Seeking CARMI-BRANDWEIN family #general

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Rabbi Aryeh Carmi and his
sister, Tzofia of Toronto, children of Rabbi Yosef Carmi (originally
Brandwein) who trace back to Rabbi Shmelke Horowitz of Jerusalem
(1860-1898 whose wife was a Biderman of the Lelov Dynasty) son of
Sender Yitzchak Horowitz of Sadagora son of Rabbu Nach Pinchas
Horowitz of Brody and then Safed.

Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies, please.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking CARMI-BRANDWEIN family #general

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Rabbi Aryeh Carmi and his
sister, Tzofia of Toronto, children of Rabbi Yosef Carmi (originally
Brandwein) who trace back to Rabbi Shmelke Horowitz of Jerusalem
(1860-1898 whose wife was a Biderman of the Lelov Dynasty) son of
Sender Yitzchak Horowitz of Sadagora son of Rabbu Nach Pinchas
Horowitz of Brody and then Safed.

Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies, please.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania LitvakSIG - new batch of Vilnius household registers #lithuania

Russ Maurer
 

LitvakSIG is pleased to announce that batch 6 of the Vilnius household
registers is now available to qualified donors.

The registers were created between 1919 and 1940 when Wilno (Vilnius)
city and Wilno voivodeship were part of Poland. The registers contain
detailed information about everyone who lived in Wilno at that time,
as well as information about many visitors. They will potentially hold
discoveries for anyone whose family was in that general area, which
today includes parts of Lithuania, Belarus, and northeast Poland. I
urge you to check the free batch previews described below, even if you
don't think your family was ever in Vilnius. There have already been
unexpected discoveries. There are countless mentions of locations
outside the immediate Vilnius area.

As this is a very large project that will go on for years, we are
releasing data in batches of about 5000 lines. Batch 6, 5030 lines,
includes three large apartment buildings located at Zawalna 24 and
Wielka Stefanska 27 and 33. You can find these streets on our
Vilnius interactive street map
(https://www.litvaksig.org/vilnius-map/). To help you determine if
this batch or a previous batch is relevant to your research, you can
review a file containing previews of all six batches to date
(http://tinyurl.com/VHR-previews). The batch preview is a bare-bones
version of the batch spreadsheet containing just the full name and
year of birth (or age) of each person. The previews are presented both
in original order and alphabetically by surname. The previews also
include instructions to qualify to receive the full batch data.

More information about the Vilnius household registers can be found on
the VHR home page,
https://www.litvaksig.org/research/special-projects/vilnius-household-regis
ters.
Any inquiries related to VHR should be directed to me at
vhrproject@....

Russ Maurer, VHR project coordinator


LitvakSIG - new batch of Vilnius household registers #lithuania

Russ Maurer
 

LitvakSIG is pleased to announce that batch 6 of the Vilnius household
registers is now available to qualified donors.

The registers were created between 1919 and 1940 when Wilno (Vilnius)
city and Wilno voivodeship were part of Poland. The registers contain
detailed information about everyone who lived in Wilno at that time,
as well as information about many visitors. They will potentially hold
discoveries for anyone whose family was in that general area, which
today includes parts of Lithuania, Belarus, and northeast Poland. I
urge you to check the free batch previews described below, even if you
don't think your family was ever in Vilnius. There have already been
unexpected discoveries. There are countless mentions of locations
outside the immediate Vilnius area.

As this is a very large project that will go on for years, we are
releasing data in batches of about 5000 lines. Batch 6, 5030 lines,
includes three large apartment buildings located at Zawalna 24 and
Wielka Stefanska 27 and 33. You can find these streets on our
Vilnius interactive street map
(https://www.litvaksig.org/vilnius-map/). To help you determine if
this batch or a previous batch is relevant to your research, you can
review a file containing previews of all six batches to date
(http://tinyurl.com/VHR-previews). The batch preview is a bare-bones
version of the batch spreadsheet containing just the full name and
year of birth (or age) of each person. The previews are presented both
in original order and alphabetically by surname. The previews also
include instructions to qualify to receive the full batch data.

More information about the Vilnius household registers can be found on
the VHR home page,
https://www.litvaksig.org/research/special-projects/vilnius-household-regis
ters.
Any inquiries related to VHR should be directed to me at
vhrproject@....

Russ Maurer, VHR project coordinator


JRI Poland #Poland LitvakSIG - new batch of Vilnius household registers #poland

Russ Maurer
 

LitvakSIG is pleased to announce that batch 6 of the Vilnius household
registers is now available to qualified donors.

The registers were created between 1919 and 1940 when Wilno (Vilnius)
city and Wilno voivodeship were part of Poland. The registers contain
detailed information about everyone who lived in Wilno at that time,
as well as information about many visitors. They will potentially hold
discoveries for anyone whose family was in that general area, which
today includes parts of Lithuania, Belarus, and northeast Poland. I
urge you to check the free batch previews described below, even if you
don't think your family was ever in Vilnius. There have already been
unexpected discoveries. There are countless mentions of locations
outside the immediate Vilnius area.

As this is a very large project that will go on for years, we are
releasing data in batches of about 5000 lines. Batch 6, 5030 lines,
includes three large apartment buildings located at Zawalna 24 and
Wielka Stefanska 27 and 33. You can find these streets on our
Vilnius interactive street map (https://www.litvaksig.org/vilnius-map/).

To help you determine if this batch or a previous batch is relevant
to your research, you can review a file containing previews of all
six batches to date (http://tinyurl.com/VHR-previews). The batch preview
is a bare-bones version of the batch spreadsheet containing just the
full name and year of birth (or age) of each person. The previews
are presented both in original order and alphabetically by surname.
The previews also include instructions to qualify to receive the
full batch data.

More information about the Vilnius household registers can be found on
the VHR home page,
https://www.litvaksig.org/research/special-projects/vilnius-household-regis=
ters.

Any inquiries related to VHR should be directed to me at
vhrproject@....

Russ Maurer, VHR project coordinator


LitvakSIG - new batch of Vilnius household registers #poland

Russ Maurer
 

LitvakSIG is pleased to announce that batch 6 of the Vilnius household
registers is now available to qualified donors.

The registers were created between 1919 and 1940 when Wilno (Vilnius)
city and Wilno voivodeship were part of Poland. The registers contain
detailed information about everyone who lived in Wilno at that time,
as well as information about many visitors. They will potentially hold
discoveries for anyone whose family was in that general area, which
today includes parts of Lithuania, Belarus, and northeast Poland. I
urge you to check the free batch previews described below, even if you
don't think your family was ever in Vilnius. There have already been
unexpected discoveries. There are countless mentions of locations
outside the immediate Vilnius area.

As this is a very large project that will go on for years, we are
releasing data in batches of about 5000 lines. Batch 6, 5030 lines,
includes three large apartment buildings located at Zawalna 24 and
Wielka Stefanska 27 and 33. You can find these streets on our
Vilnius interactive street map (https://www.litvaksig.org/vilnius-map/).

To help you determine if this batch or a previous batch is relevant
to your research, you can review a file containing previews of all
six batches to date (http://tinyurl.com/VHR-previews). The batch preview
is a bare-bones version of the batch spreadsheet containing just the
full name and year of birth (or age) of each person. The previews
are presented both in original order and alphabetically by surname.
The previews also include instructions to qualify to receive the
full batch data.

More information about the Vilnius household registers can be found on
the VHR home page,
https://www.litvaksig.org/research/special-projects/vilnius-household-regis=
ters.

Any inquiries related to VHR should be directed to me at
vhrproject@....

Russ Maurer, VHR project coordinator

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