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DINNERSTEIN #general

Sheldon Dan <sheldan1955@...>
 

I am trying to connect two branches of the DINNERSTEIN family. My
wife's grandmother's sister, Anna DINNERSTEIN, married Solomon GROSS.
Her daughter Sarah GROSS married Morris BERGER, and one of their sons
was Joseph BERGER.

On the other branch, Avrum Yaakov DINNERSTEIN married Pesha Bella
SHEPSENWOHL. Their son Maurice Jonah DINNERSTEIN married Emma COHEN,
and their daughter was Shirley DINNERSTEIN. Shirley became the wife
of Joseph BERGER.

I was told that Shirley and Joseph were third cousins. If I understand
this correctly, Avrum Yaakov and Anna (and therefore my wife's
grandmother Gussie GLICKMAN) would be first cousins and their fathers,
Henoch Dovid DINNERSTEIN and Chaim (Herman) DINNERSTEIN, would be
brothers. I would like to be able to prove this. If anyone has
information regarding this family, please let me know.

Sheldon Dan
sheldan1955@bellsouth.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen DINNERSTEIN #general

Sheldon Dan <sheldan1955@...>
 

I am trying to connect two branches of the DINNERSTEIN family. My
wife's grandmother's sister, Anna DINNERSTEIN, married Solomon GROSS.
Her daughter Sarah GROSS married Morris BERGER, and one of their sons
was Joseph BERGER.

On the other branch, Avrum Yaakov DINNERSTEIN married Pesha Bella
SHEPSENWOHL. Their son Maurice Jonah DINNERSTEIN married Emma COHEN,
and their daughter was Shirley DINNERSTEIN. Shirley became the wife
of Joseph BERGER.

I was told that Shirley and Joseph were third cousins. If I understand
this correctly, Avrum Yaakov and Anna (and therefore my wife's
grandmother Gussie GLICKMAN) would be first cousins and their fathers,
Henoch Dovid DINNERSTEIN and Chaim (Herman) DINNERSTEIN, would be
brothers. I would like to be able to prove this. If anyone has
information regarding this family, please let me know.

Sheldon Dan
sheldan1955@bellsouth.net


ViewMate tombstones translation request-Hebrew #general

HERBERT SIEGEL
 

I've posted a copy of three tombstones in Hebrew for which I need a
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74668
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page or
directly to me at Ltchsiegel@gmail.com
Thank you very much.
Herbert Siegel
The Villages, Florida


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate tombstones translation request-Hebrew #general

HERBERT SIEGEL
 

I've posted a copy of three tombstones in Hebrew for which I need a
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74668
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page or
directly to me at Ltchsiegel@gmail.com
Thank you very much.
Herbert Siegel
The Villages, Florida


ViewMate translation request - Polish #general

David Rosenbaum
 

I've posted vital records in Polish for which I need translations.
They are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74623
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74624
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.
Dovid Rosenbaum


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Polish #general

David Rosenbaum
 

I've posted vital records in Polish for which I need translations.
They are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74623
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74624
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.
Dovid Rosenbaum


2431 lines added to Obeliai Questionnaires file #lithuania

Russ Maurer
 

LitvakSIG is pleased to announce the addition of 2431 lines to the
ongoing Obeliai questionnaires file, bringing the total to 8383 lines.
The new lines begin with record JU55616. Access instructions are given
below. This data set will be especially relevant to anyone with
ancestors >from Kovno gubernia, as the new lines include more than 250
records of Jews returning >from exile after WWI to each of Kaunas,
Panevezys, Siauliai, Ukmerge, and Zarasai districts. There are smaller
numbers returning to Disna, Lida, Oshmiany, Raseiniai, Suwalki,
Svencionys, Telsiai, Trakai, and Vilnius districts, as well.
Anyone whose ancestors were in Lithuania after WWI should have a look.
A list of surnames >from the newly-added lines is appended to
this message. A full surname-frequency list for all the lines to
date may be downloaded >from the public LitvakSIG website,
https://www.litvaksig.org/research/district-research/collective-data.

Here is some brief background. Because Jews, as a group, were falsely
suspected of disloyalty to the Russian Empire, they were hastily
thrown out of western Kovno gubernia in May of 1915 as the Germans
mounted an attack >from East Prussia, bringing WWI to Lithuanian
territory. Most Jews were sent to interior Russia. After the war, tens
of thousands of the surviving displaced Lithuanian Jews tried to
return to Lithuania, almost all of them passing through the frontier
quarantine station in the tiny town of Obeliai. This was, for all
practical purposes, the only route back >from Russia. In Obeliai, each
returnee (or family head) filled out a questionnaire indicating where
they intended to go if readmitted to Lithuania and including
significant personal details about each family member such as the date
and place of birth, maiden name, father's name, etc. Many of these
questionnaires have been preserved in the LCVA.

HOW TO ACCESS THE OBELIAI QUESTIONNAIRES NOW

1. The spreadsheet is posted within the password-protected portion of
the LitvakSIG website. For access, you must be a current donor to any
of our district/gubernia
research groups, OR make a new qualifying donation. In about 18 months
these data will be added to the free, searchable All-Lithuania
database.

2. Go to LitvakSIG.org and log in using your usual username and password.

3. Click on "Collective Data" >from your dashboard drop-down menu.

4. Click on the "Data" tab in the Collective Data site.

5. Scroll down to find the Obeliai questionnaires. It is within the
section called "LCVA files".

Any questions can be sent to me at vhrproject@litvaksig.org

Russ Maurer, Collective Data coordinator, LitvakSIG

Surnames >from part 4:

ABBER, ABEL, ABELOVICH, ABRAMAVICH, AIBINDER, AKOBAS, ALEKSANDROVICH,
ANIKSHT, ANTSELEVICH, APATOV, ARNEST, ARON, ARONIN, ARONOVICH,

BAITER, BAK, BAR, BARISHNIK, BARMAT, BARON, BASMAN, BASS, BAYER,
BECKER, BEINARD, BEKIN, BELEK, BER, BERER, BERKMAN, BERMAN,
BERNSHTEIN, BERSHTEIN, BEZPROZVAN, BIK, BILIAK, BINDER, BINDERS,
BLEKH, BLEKHAR, BLEKHARSKY, BLEKHER, BLIAKHER, BLIUM, BLOKH, BLUMBERG,
BLUMZON, BOLEL, BOSS, BRAUZ, BRAV, BRENER, BREVDO, BRICKER, BRIN,
BRUK,

CHADOVICH,

DAKH, DALL, DAVIDOV, DAVIDOVICH, DAVIMAS, DIBOVICH, DIMANT, DISKANT,
DRISKUN, DUBAUSKY, DUBIN, DUBINSKY, DUBOV, DVOR,

EBICH, EKDISH, ELIYASH, EPEL, EPSHTEIN, ESTERMAN, EVEN,

FAIN, FAINBERG, FAIVUSH, FARBER, FARER, FEDOTIN, FEIGELSON, FELDMAN,
FIDELGOLTS, FIDLER, FILVINSKY, FINKEL, FINKELSHTEIN, FISHEL, FISHER,
FISHMAN, FLAT, FLORENTS, FRANK, FRID, FRIDGUT, FRIDLEND, FRIDLENDER,
FRIDMAN, FRILMAN, FUKS, FULMAN, FUNK,

GAFANAVICH, GAITELBAND, GALIN, GALPERN, GAMBURG, GANDLER, GANS,
GARBER, GARDON, GEIMAN, GELLER, GELMAN, GEN, GENDEL, GENTUS, GERBER,
GERSHON, GERSHOVICH, GERVIS, GERVISH, GILUTS, GIN, GINDELMAN,
GINTSBERG, GINZBURG, GIRSH, GIRSHAVICH, GIRSHOVICH, GIRZON, GISHMAN,
GLASS, GLAZ, GLAZER, GLEZER, GLIK, GLIKMAN, GOFENBERG, GOFMAN,
GOLDFAIN, GOLDMON, GOLDSHTEIN, GOLEM, GORDON, GORODETS, GRINBERG,
GRINBLAT, GRINSHTEIN, GROISBORD, GROLMON, GURIAN, GURVICH, GURYE, GUT,
GUTMAN, GVINT, HASMAN,

ILITOVITS, IPP, ITSIKOV, ITSIKOVICH, ITSIKZON, IZRAILEVICH,

KAGAN, KAGANAVICH, KAHN, KAMAIKA, KANOVICH, KANTSER, KAPELAUSKY,
KAPELIUSHNIK, KAPER, KAPILEVICH, KAPLAN, KARN, KARNAUSKY, KAROL,
KARPNOT, KARPUKH, KATSENELENBOGEN, KATZ, KAVALSKY, KAVARSKY, KAZATSKY,
KAZILSKY, KAZLAUSKY, KEKST, KELERT, KHAIKIN, KHAIMAVICH, KHAIMOVICH,
KHAIT, KHAITOVICH, KHARKH, KHASIT, KHAYES, KHOTIMLIANSKY, KILYUN,
KIRSON, KIRZNER, KLACHKIN, KLASS, KLEIN, KLEVANSKY, KLIN, KLINGMAN,
KLIONER, KOLEVZON, KOMRAZ, KOPEL, KOPELIOVICH, KOPELIUS, KOT, KOTIN,
KOTLER, KOTNIS, KOTSIN, KOVENSKY, KRAKINAUSKY, KRAVCHINSKY, KRAVETS,
KREIN, KREINER, KREISMAN, KREMENTS, KRIVAVNIK, KUR, KURCHAN,
KURLENDCHIK, KUTNIK, KVARTOVICH,

LAFER, LAIKHTER, LAN, LANDE, LANDEN, LANGE, LAP, LAPIDUS, LATS,
LAZARSON, LEIBOVICH, LEIFER, LESCHINSKY, LEVICH, LEVIN, LEVINSHTEIN,
LEVINSKY, LEVINTOV, LEVIT, LEVITAT, LIAKHBERG, LIAZDAN, LIKHTIN,
LINDE, LIPNIK, LIPSHITS, LIPSHITZ, LITVOK, LIUBOVICH, LONSHTEIN, LOP,
LOPERT, LOZAUSKY, LOZER, LUBATSKY, LUBICH, LURYE,

MAGIT, MAIZEL, MAKHAT, MALAKH, MALIAR, MALTS, MARGOL, MARKOVICH,
MARKUNSKY, MARKUS, MARKUSH, MATEYS, MATS, MAZUR, MEDALIYE, MEDINTS,
MELAMDAVICH, MELAMED, MELIYON, MELLER, MELNER, MELNIK, MELTSER,
MENAKER, MENDELSON, MER, MERKEL, MIGANTS, MIKHEL, MIKHELSON, MILLER,
MILNER, MINDEL, MINSKY, MINUKHIN, MINUS, MIRVIS, MUSHEL, MUSHNITSKY,

NAIMARK, NAKHUMOVICH, NARUN, NEILAND, NEM, NODEL, NOKHIMZON,
NOKHUMSON, NOR, NORVINSKY, NOTELOVICH,

OBUZ, OGENITS, OGENTS, OMAS, ORDMAN, ORE, ORELOVICH, OZUR,

PADRACHIK, PALETS, PALON, PANEMUNSKY, PARISH, PASVENSKY, PAULAUSKY,
PEKARSKY, PER, PERELMAN, PEREPLOTCHIK, PERES, PESKIN, PIKELCHIK,
PIKETKIN, PILITSKY, PINER, PINZBURG, PODLAS, PORT, PORTNOY, PREIS,
PREISAGOLSKY, PRONSKY, PROSTOPETSKY, PUKE, PUPKO,

RABINOVICH, RAIKHEL, RAKHMAN, RAKOVITSKY, RAPING, RAPPOPORT, RAZAUSKY,
REIDER, REITENBORD, REIZELOVICH, REZNIK, REZNIKOVICH, RIB, RIBAK,
RIMLIN, RIMSHE, RISHMAN, RITVO, RIV, ROD, ROGOV, ROKHLANSKY, RUBIN,

SABASHEVICH, SAIBEL, SAKHAR, SALNIK, SANDLER, SCHUPON, SEGAL, SHAFER,
SHAKHNAVICH, SHALKAUSKY, SHANDLER, SHAPIRA, SHATENSHTEIN, SHATINSKY,
SHEIFER, SHEINBAUM, SHEPSELEVICH, SHER, SHERKSHNE, SHERMAN, SHEVCHIK,
SHEVCHOVICH, SHEVEL, SHIMBER, SHITS, SHITZ, SHKLIAR, SHLIYER,
SHMERKOVICH, SHMID, SHMIDT, SHMIT, SHMUKLER, SHMUKLERSKY, SHNEIDER,
SHOKHIN, SHON, SHOR, SHREIBERK, SHTEIMAN, SHTEIN, SHTERNFELD, SHUGAM,
SHULKIN, SHUMAN, SHUR, SHUSTER, SHVARTZ, SHVEITSER, SIMILOVICH,
SINDER, SKLEIDEROVICH, SODIN, SOKHAT, SOLOMIN, SPEVATSKY, SPLAVER,
SRIBNY, STAMBERG, STOL, STOLTS, STROCHANSKY, SUDARSKY, SUGALSKY,
SUGIN, SVERDLIN,

TABAKHOVICH, TAITS, TARNSKY, TARUTS, TEPER, TOKAR, TRAUB, TSADOVICH,
TSIGUN, TSIMBAL, TSIMERMAN, TSIN, TSION, TSLENAKHOVICH, TURETSKY,
TURMAUSKY, TVABSKY,

VAGANGEIN, VAINER, VAINIK, VALDMAN, VARSHAUSKY, VASERMAN, VEITS,
VILIYAN, VINER, VISHKIN, VITKIN, VOLFOVICH, VOLFSON, VOLK, VOLMAN,
VOLOVICH, VOLPE, VOLPERT, VOLPIANSKY,

YAKOBY, YALOVETSKY, YANET, YANK, YANKAUSKY, YANKELEVICH, YANKELZON,
YELIN, YOFAN, YOFER, YOFFE, YOKHEL, YORTS, YOSELEVICH, YOSVAIN,
YUDELEVICH, YUZINT,

ZABARSKY, ZAGORSKY, ZAGOV, ZAHAR, ZAIDEL, ZAK, ZAKS, ZAND, ZARF,
ZARKHY, ZAYANCHIK, ZELBOVICH, ZELIKHAUSKY, ZELIKMAN, ZHAK, ZHAN,
ZHELEZNEK, ZHELEZNIAK, ZHISLE, ZHOR, ZIFKOVICH, ZILBER, ZILBERSHTEIN,
ZIMZON, ZINGER, ZIV, ZUNDELEVICH


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania 2431 lines added to Obeliai Questionnaires file #lithuania

Russ Maurer
 

LitvakSIG is pleased to announce the addition of 2431 lines to the
ongoing Obeliai questionnaires file, bringing the total to 8383 lines.
The new lines begin with record JU55616. Access instructions are given
below. This data set will be especially relevant to anyone with
ancestors >from Kovno gubernia, as the new lines include more than 250
records of Jews returning >from exile after WWI to each of Kaunas,
Panevezys, Siauliai, Ukmerge, and Zarasai districts. There are smaller
numbers returning to Disna, Lida, Oshmiany, Raseiniai, Suwalki,
Svencionys, Telsiai, Trakai, and Vilnius districts, as well.
Anyone whose ancestors were in Lithuania after WWI should have a look.
A list of surnames >from the newly-added lines is appended to
this message. A full surname-frequency list for all the lines to
date may be downloaded >from the public LitvakSIG website,
https://www.litvaksig.org/research/district-research/collective-data.

Here is some brief background. Because Jews, as a group, were falsely
suspected of disloyalty to the Russian Empire, they were hastily
thrown out of western Kovno gubernia in May of 1915 as the Germans
mounted an attack >from East Prussia, bringing WWI to Lithuanian
territory. Most Jews were sent to interior Russia. After the war, tens
of thousands of the surviving displaced Lithuanian Jews tried to
return to Lithuania, almost all of them passing through the frontier
quarantine station in the tiny town of Obeliai. This was, for all
practical purposes, the only route back >from Russia. In Obeliai, each
returnee (or family head) filled out a questionnaire indicating where
they intended to go if readmitted to Lithuania and including
significant personal details about each family member such as the date
and place of birth, maiden name, father's name, etc. Many of these
questionnaires have been preserved in the LCVA.

HOW TO ACCESS THE OBELIAI QUESTIONNAIRES NOW

1. The spreadsheet is posted within the password-protected portion of
the LitvakSIG website. For access, you must be a current donor to any
of our district/gubernia
research groups, OR make a new qualifying donation. In about 18 months
these data will be added to the free, searchable All-Lithuania
database.

2. Go to LitvakSIG.org and log in using your usual username and password.

3. Click on "Collective Data" >from your dashboard drop-down menu.

4. Click on the "Data" tab in the Collective Data site.

5. Scroll down to find the Obeliai questionnaires. It is within the
section called "LCVA files".

Any questions can be sent to me at vhrproject@litvaksig.org

Russ Maurer, Collective Data coordinator, LitvakSIG

Surnames >from part 4:

ABBER, ABEL, ABELOVICH, ABRAMAVICH, AIBINDER, AKOBAS, ALEKSANDROVICH,
ANIKSHT, ANTSELEVICH, APATOV, ARNEST, ARON, ARONIN, ARONOVICH,

BAITER, BAK, BAR, BARISHNIK, BARMAT, BARON, BASMAN, BASS, BAYER,
BECKER, BEINARD, BEKIN, BELEK, BER, BERER, BERKMAN, BERMAN,
BERNSHTEIN, BERSHTEIN, BEZPROZVAN, BIK, BILIAK, BINDER, BINDERS,
BLEKH, BLEKHAR, BLEKHARSKY, BLEKHER, BLIAKHER, BLIUM, BLOKH, BLUMBERG,
BLUMZON, BOLEL, BOSS, BRAUZ, BRAV, BRENER, BREVDO, BRICKER, BRIN,
BRUK,

CHADOVICH,

DAKH, DALL, DAVIDOV, DAVIDOVICH, DAVIMAS, DIBOVICH, DIMANT, DISKANT,
DRISKUN, DUBAUSKY, DUBIN, DUBINSKY, DUBOV, DVOR,

EBICH, EKDISH, ELIYASH, EPEL, EPSHTEIN, ESTERMAN, EVEN,

FAIN, FAINBERG, FAIVUSH, FARBER, FARER, FEDOTIN, FEIGELSON, FELDMAN,
FIDELGOLTS, FIDLER, FILVINSKY, FINKEL, FINKELSHTEIN, FISHEL, FISHER,
FISHMAN, FLAT, FLORENTS, FRANK, FRID, FRIDGUT, FRIDLEND, FRIDLENDER,
FRIDMAN, FRILMAN, FUKS, FULMAN, FUNK,

GAFANAVICH, GAITELBAND, GALIN, GALPERN, GAMBURG, GANDLER, GANS,
GARBER, GARDON, GEIMAN, GELLER, GELMAN, GEN, GENDEL, GENTUS, GERBER,
GERSHON, GERSHOVICH, GERVIS, GERVISH, GILUTS, GIN, GINDELMAN,
GINTSBERG, GINZBURG, GIRSH, GIRSHAVICH, GIRSHOVICH, GIRZON, GISHMAN,
GLASS, GLAZ, GLAZER, GLEZER, GLIK, GLIKMAN, GOFENBERG, GOFMAN,
GOLDFAIN, GOLDMON, GOLDSHTEIN, GOLEM, GORDON, GORODETS, GRINBERG,
GRINBLAT, GRINSHTEIN, GROISBORD, GROLMON, GURIAN, GURVICH, GURYE, GUT,
GUTMAN, GVINT, HASMAN,

ILITOVITS, IPP, ITSIKOV, ITSIKOVICH, ITSIKZON, IZRAILEVICH,

KAGAN, KAGANAVICH, KAHN, KAMAIKA, KANOVICH, KANTSER, KAPELAUSKY,
KAPELIUSHNIK, KAPER, KAPILEVICH, KAPLAN, KARN, KARNAUSKY, KAROL,
KARPNOT, KARPUKH, KATSENELENBOGEN, KATZ, KAVALSKY, KAVARSKY, KAZATSKY,
KAZILSKY, KAZLAUSKY, KEKST, KELERT, KHAIKIN, KHAIMAVICH, KHAIMOVICH,
KHAIT, KHAITOVICH, KHARKH, KHASIT, KHAYES, KHOTIMLIANSKY, KILYUN,
KIRSON, KIRZNER, KLACHKIN, KLASS, KLEIN, KLEVANSKY, KLIN, KLINGMAN,
KLIONER, KOLEVZON, KOMRAZ, KOPEL, KOPELIOVICH, KOPELIUS, KOT, KOTIN,
KOTLER, KOTNIS, KOTSIN, KOVENSKY, KRAKINAUSKY, KRAVCHINSKY, KRAVETS,
KREIN, KREINER, KREISMAN, KREMENTS, KRIVAVNIK, KUR, KURCHAN,
KURLENDCHIK, KUTNIK, KVARTOVICH,

LAFER, LAIKHTER, LAN, LANDE, LANDEN, LANGE, LAP, LAPIDUS, LATS,
LAZARSON, LEIBOVICH, LEIFER, LESCHINSKY, LEVICH, LEVIN, LEVINSHTEIN,
LEVINSKY, LEVINTOV, LEVIT, LEVITAT, LIAKHBERG, LIAZDAN, LIKHTIN,
LINDE, LIPNIK, LIPSHITS, LIPSHITZ, LITVOK, LIUBOVICH, LONSHTEIN, LOP,
LOPERT, LOZAUSKY, LOZER, LUBATSKY, LUBICH, LURYE,

MAGIT, MAIZEL, MAKHAT, MALAKH, MALIAR, MALTS, MARGOL, MARKOVICH,
MARKUNSKY, MARKUS, MARKUSH, MATEYS, MATS, MAZUR, MEDALIYE, MEDINTS,
MELAMDAVICH, MELAMED, MELIYON, MELLER, MELNER, MELNIK, MELTSER,
MENAKER, MENDELSON, MER, MERKEL, MIGANTS, MIKHEL, MIKHELSON, MILLER,
MILNER, MINDEL, MINSKY, MINUKHIN, MINUS, MIRVIS, MUSHEL, MUSHNITSKY,

NAIMARK, NAKHUMOVICH, NARUN, NEILAND, NEM, NODEL, NOKHIMZON,
NOKHUMSON, NOR, NORVINSKY, NOTELOVICH,

OBUZ, OGENITS, OGENTS, OMAS, ORDMAN, ORE, ORELOVICH, OZUR,

PADRACHIK, PALETS, PALON, PANEMUNSKY, PARISH, PASVENSKY, PAULAUSKY,
PEKARSKY, PER, PERELMAN, PEREPLOTCHIK, PERES, PESKIN, PIKELCHIK,
PIKETKIN, PILITSKY, PINER, PINZBURG, PODLAS, PORT, PORTNOY, PREIS,
PREISAGOLSKY, PRONSKY, PROSTOPETSKY, PUKE, PUPKO,

RABINOVICH, RAIKHEL, RAKHMAN, RAKOVITSKY, RAPING, RAPPOPORT, RAZAUSKY,
REIDER, REITENBORD, REIZELOVICH, REZNIK, REZNIKOVICH, RIB, RIBAK,
RIMLIN, RIMSHE, RISHMAN, RITVO, RIV, ROD, ROGOV, ROKHLANSKY, RUBIN,

SABASHEVICH, SAIBEL, SAKHAR, SALNIK, SANDLER, SCHUPON, SEGAL, SHAFER,
SHAKHNAVICH, SHALKAUSKY, SHANDLER, SHAPIRA, SHATENSHTEIN, SHATINSKY,
SHEIFER, SHEINBAUM, SHEPSELEVICH, SHER, SHERKSHNE, SHERMAN, SHEVCHIK,
SHEVCHOVICH, SHEVEL, SHIMBER, SHITS, SHITZ, SHKLIAR, SHLIYER,
SHMERKOVICH, SHMID, SHMIDT, SHMIT, SHMUKLER, SHMUKLERSKY, SHNEIDER,
SHOKHIN, SHON, SHOR, SHREIBERK, SHTEIMAN, SHTEIN, SHTERNFELD, SHUGAM,
SHULKIN, SHUMAN, SHUR, SHUSTER, SHVARTZ, SHVEITSER, SIMILOVICH,
SINDER, SKLEIDEROVICH, SODIN, SOKHAT, SOLOMIN, SPEVATSKY, SPLAVER,
SRIBNY, STAMBERG, STOL, STOLTS, STROCHANSKY, SUDARSKY, SUGALSKY,
SUGIN, SVERDLIN,

TABAKHOVICH, TAITS, TARNSKY, TARUTS, TEPER, TOKAR, TRAUB, TSADOVICH,
TSIGUN, TSIMBAL, TSIMERMAN, TSIN, TSION, TSLENAKHOVICH, TURETSKY,
TURMAUSKY, TVABSKY,

VAGANGEIN, VAINER, VAINIK, VALDMAN, VARSHAUSKY, VASERMAN, VEITS,
VILIYAN, VINER, VISHKIN, VITKIN, VOLFOVICH, VOLFSON, VOLK, VOLMAN,
VOLOVICH, VOLPE, VOLPERT, VOLPIANSKY,

YAKOBY, YALOVETSKY, YANET, YANK, YANKAUSKY, YANKELEVICH, YANKELZON,
YELIN, YOFAN, YOFER, YOFFE, YOKHEL, YORTS, YOSELEVICH, YOSVAIN,
YUDELEVICH, YUZINT,

ZABARSKY, ZAGORSKY, ZAGOV, ZAHAR, ZAIDEL, ZAK, ZAKS, ZAND, ZARF,
ZARKHY, ZAYANCHIK, ZELBOVICH, ZELIKHAUSKY, ZELIKMAN, ZHAK, ZHAN,
ZHELEZNEK, ZHELEZNIAK, ZHISLE, ZHOR, ZIFKOVICH, ZILBER, ZILBERSHTEIN,
ZIMZON, ZINGER, ZIV, ZUNDELEVICH


SEIFERT and SINGER #general

Claudia Kugelmass
 

I'm not positive about the following: Hannah SINGER married SEIFERT
and their son married Hattie and they had sons Gerald/Jerald and Harry
- living in New York.

"Hattie Seifert" >from New York was a first cousin to the SINGER I'm
researching. The families lost contact.

I'm hoping to find ancestors of the SEIFERT family.

Thank you in advance.

Claudia Kugelmass

Researching: KUGELMASS, BRAWER, SIMACK, MILLER, KOPYTO
and: SUGARMANSHUGARMAN >from Baltimore
and: SINGER/ZINGER >from Turka


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SEIFERT and SINGER #general

Claudia Kugelmass
 

I'm not positive about the following: Hannah SINGER married SEIFERT
and their son married Hattie and they had sons Gerald/Jerald and Harry
- living in New York.

"Hattie Seifert" >from New York was a first cousin to the SINGER I'm
researching. The families lost contact.

I'm hoping to find ancestors of the SEIFERT family.

Thank you in advance.

Claudia Kugelmass

Researching: KUGELMASS, BRAWER, SIMACK, MILLER, KOPYTO
and: SUGARMANSHUGARMAN >from Baltimore
and: SINGER/ZINGER >from Turka


2019 JewishGen conference in Cleveland (3) #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Hi everybody,

this is my third message about the conference. You probably know by now
that for me Cemetery projects are most important among any other projects
we are doing. The reason is simple, the cemeteries are disappearing...
Because of that I went to a number of events related to cemetery
reconstructions, grave indexing and a like.

==West Side Cemeteries Tour (Monday). I do not have anyone in my family
buried in Cleveland, but I was interested to talk to cemetery caretakers
- Jewish Federation of Cleveland, and see how the graves are maintained
and fixed if needed. We visited cemeteries >from the very old to a modern,
some located in what used to be Jewish neighborhood and others are located
in non-Jewish area, where Jews never lived. I was really surprise to hear
that in such cases the non-Jewish communities are taken care of the
graves! I hope that in Bessarabia/Moldova similar can be done. I also
like to drive many miles throughout town into many different places, which
I would never see myself.

==Jewish Cemetery Restoration in Eastern Europe, meeting/dinner (Tuesday).
I decided to join this group to learn methods of reconstruction Jewish
cemeteries and graves. Most of attendants were interested in Poland and
followed "Projects of The Friends of Jewish Heritage in Poland". I asked
people several questions:
1) if we know that a cemetery existed in a place, and was completely
destroyed, and now there are houses built on that location or it is now a
potato fields, What to do with such places?
2) If a writing on a grave is almost destroyed, how best to clean it,
being able to read it.

I received many interesting replies and hopefully some of them we could
use. If you have any ideas, please let us know too. I would be glad to
hear you. After the conference Jeff Miller who was an organizer of that
event, created a Facebook group called "Friends of Jewish Cemetery
Restoration in Eastern Europe".

==How to Improve Data for JOWBR (JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial
Registry) (Thursday), presented by Madeleine Isenberg. It was
interesting to hear how other people are working at the cemeteries
projects.

Please let me know if you have any questions, ideas. It would be great
to hear >from you.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
JewishGen Bessarabia SIG Leader and Coordinator


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia 2019 JewishGen conference in Cleveland (3) #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Hi everybody,

this is my third message about the conference. You probably know by now
that for me Cemetery projects are most important among any other projects
we are doing. The reason is simple, the cemeteries are disappearing...
Because of that I went to a number of events related to cemetery
reconstructions, grave indexing and a like.

==West Side Cemeteries Tour (Monday). I do not have anyone in my family
buried in Cleveland, but I was interested to talk to cemetery caretakers
- Jewish Federation of Cleveland, and see how the graves are maintained
and fixed if needed. We visited cemeteries >from the very old to a modern,
some located in what used to be Jewish neighborhood and others are located
in non-Jewish area, where Jews never lived. I was really surprise to hear
that in such cases the non-Jewish communities are taken care of the
graves! I hope that in Bessarabia/Moldova similar can be done. I also
like to drive many miles throughout town into many different places, which
I would never see myself.

==Jewish Cemetery Restoration in Eastern Europe, meeting/dinner (Tuesday).
I decided to join this group to learn methods of reconstruction Jewish
cemeteries and graves. Most of attendants were interested in Poland and
followed "Projects of The Friends of Jewish Heritage in Poland". I asked
people several questions:
1) if we know that a cemetery existed in a place, and was completely
destroyed, and now there are houses built on that location or it is now a
potato fields, What to do with such places?
2) If a writing on a grave is almost destroyed, how best to clean it,
being able to read it.

I received many interesting replies and hopefully some of them we could
use. If you have any ideas, please let us know too. I would be glad to
hear you. After the conference Jeff Miller who was an organizer of that
event, created a Facebook group called "Friends of Jewish Cemetery
Restoration in Eastern Europe".

==How to Improve Data for JOWBR (JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial
Registry) (Thursday), presented by Madeleine Isenberg. It was
interesting to hear how other people are working at the cemeteries
projects.

Please let me know if you have any questions, ideas. It would be great
to hear >from you.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
JewishGen Bessarabia SIG Leader and Coordinator


JGS of Montreal meeting TONIGHT Monday, August 12 #general

Merle Kastner <merlebk18@...>
 

The JGS of Montreal, in association with the
Jewish Public Library, presents:
Dr. Simon Kreindler
"Sugar, Slavery & the Jews of Barbados 1654-1934

In the mid-1600's, James Drax introduced sugar cane to Barbados and
within a very few years turned the island into England's wealthiest
Atlantic colony. Over the following 30 years Jews were very involved
in sugar cultivation and production there. They eventually
established a vibrant Jewish community on the island and built a
beautiful synagogue in the capital, Bridgetown. This presentation
looks at the Jews' success; their ultimate demise; and the legacy
they left the island.

The meeting - Monday, August 12, 2019
at the Gelber Conference Centre
5151 Cote Ste-Catherine/1 Carre Cummings

For all information on our upcoming meetings
&Sunday Morning Family Tree Workshops -
JGS of Montreal Hotline - 24 hours a day: 514-484-0969
Please view the JGS of Montreal website:
http://jgs-montreal.org/ and find us in Facebook

Merle Kastner
JGS of Montreal, Programming


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Montreal meeting TONIGHT Monday, August 12 #general

Merle Kastner <merlebk18@...>
 

The JGS of Montreal, in association with the
Jewish Public Library, presents:
Dr. Simon Kreindler
"Sugar, Slavery & the Jews of Barbados 1654-1934

In the mid-1600's, James Drax introduced sugar cane to Barbados and
within a very few years turned the island into England's wealthiest
Atlantic colony. Over the following 30 years Jews were very involved
in sugar cultivation and production there. They eventually
established a vibrant Jewish community on the island and built a
beautiful synagogue in the capital, Bridgetown. This presentation
looks at the Jews' success; their ultimate demise; and the legacy
they left the island.

The meeting - Monday, August 12, 2019
at the Gelber Conference Centre
5151 Cote Ste-Catherine/1 Carre Cummings

For all information on our upcoming meetings
&Sunday Morning Family Tree Workshops -
JGS of Montreal Hotline - 24 hours a day: 514-484-0969
Please view the JGS of Montreal website:
http://jgs-montreal.org/ and find us in Facebook

Merle Kastner
JGS of Montreal, Programming


German translation requested #general

Cory Streisinger
 

I've posted a vital record in German for which I'd appreciate a
translation. There are four images, one of the entire document and
three close-ups which give better images. They are on ViewMate at the
following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74586

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74587

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74588

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74589

Please respond via ViewMate or by private reply. Thank you very much.

Cory Streisinger
Portland, Oregon


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen German translation requested #general

Cory Streisinger
 

I've posted a vital record in German for which I'd appreciate a
translation. There are four images, one of the entire document and
three close-ups which give better images. They are on ViewMate at the
following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74586

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74587

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74588

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74589

Please respond via ViewMate or by private reply. Thank you very much.

Cory Streisinger
Portland, Oregon


JGS of Maryland August 25, 2019, program #general

Susan Steeble
 

Title: "Ask the Experts!"
Date and Time: Sunday, August 25, 2019, 1:30 p.m.
Location: Pikesville Library's meeting room, 1301 Reisterstown Rd,
Pikesville, MD

Please join us on Sunday, August 25, 2019, for our next program: "Ask
the Experts!" A team of panelists who are experienced in Jewish
genealogy research will give advice on research strategies as you try
to break through a brick wall. Panelists include Lara Diamond,
Jennifer Mendelsohn, Kira Dolcimascolo, and special guest Israel
Pickholtz!

Please submit your questions by August 18 to Joe Nathanson at
urbaninfo@comcast.net; a selection of those questions will be
addressed by the panel. Please be specific in what you are looking for
and what you have already tried. Give as much background information
as possible, so that our panelists can guide you on ways to move
forward in your research. If time permits, we'll also have an open
floor at the end of the program for additional questions.

The program is free for paid members and $5 for non-members (applied
to membership fee when a visitor joins JGSMD) after their first
meeting. Refreshments will be available. Please check our web site at
www.jgsmd.org for late updates and for the time, location, and program
of future meetings.

Susan Steeble
JGSMD Public Relations
Baltimore, MD


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Maryland August 25, 2019, program #general

Susan Steeble
 

Title: "Ask the Experts!"
Date and Time: Sunday, August 25, 2019, 1:30 p.m.
Location: Pikesville Library's meeting room, 1301 Reisterstown Rd,
Pikesville, MD

Please join us on Sunday, August 25, 2019, for our next program: "Ask
the Experts!" A team of panelists who are experienced in Jewish
genealogy research will give advice on research strategies as you try
to break through a brick wall. Panelists include Lara Diamond,
Jennifer Mendelsohn, Kira Dolcimascolo, and special guest Israel
Pickholtz!

Please submit your questions by August 18 to Joe Nathanson at
urbaninfo@comcast.net; a selection of those questions will be
addressed by the panel. Please be specific in what you are looking for
and what you have already tried. Give as much background information
as possible, so that our panelists can guide you on ways to move
forward in your research. If time permits, we'll also have an open
floor at the end of the program for additional questions.

The program is free for paid members and $5 for non-members (applied
to membership fee when a visitor joins JGSMD) after their first
meeting. Refreshments will be available. Please check our web site at
www.jgsmd.org for late updates and for the time, location, and program
of future meetings.

Susan Steeble
JGSMD Public Relations
Baltimore, MD


ViewMate Translation Request - Polish #galicia

Yaron Wolfsthal
 

Dear Group,

I've posted on ViewMate a clip >from birth record (Tarnopol 1903) in
Polish, for which I would greatly appreciate translation. The column
heading of the clip's content is here:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74625

The actual short text (name and few words) to translate are here:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74626
It is where the names and details of the *father* are.

The name, as I can see, is Max recte Meyer Wolfsthal.... but what are
the other words? In particular what are the words in lines 4, 5, 6, 7 ?

Thank you very much for your help (please respond via the form
provided on the ViewMate image page).

Yaron Wolfsthal


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia ViewMate Translation Request - Polish #galicia

Yaron Wolfsthal
 

Dear Group,

I've posted on ViewMate a clip >from birth record (Tarnopol 1903) in
Polish, for which I would greatly appreciate translation. The column
heading of the clip's content is here:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74625

The actual short text (name and few words) to translate are here:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM74626
It is where the names and details of the *father* are.

The name, as I can see, is Max recte Meyer Wolfsthal.... but what are
the other words? In particular what are the words in lines 4, 5, 6, 7 ?

Thank you very much for your help (please respond via the form
provided on the ViewMate image page).

Yaron Wolfsthal

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