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Naming of child when mother dies in childbirth #general

Sheila Toffell
 

I've been trying to find out about my Paternal Grandfather's first wife
who died in London in the mid 1890's. There is possibly a listing of her
death certificate in the UK's FreeBMD site. I went into it to get the info
to order the certificate and found another listing underneath for the death
of a baby girl aged 0 with the same first, middle and last name. I'm still
waiting for the certificate to arrive to see if his wife died in childbirth,
but I am wondering; if she died giving birth, would it have been the usual
thing for her name to be given to her child, maybe to ward off the angel of
death, if the child was sickly?

Sheila Toffell,
Glen Rock, NJ

Researching: KORSUNSKY >from Stavische and Tarasche, BRIZINOV >from Rovnye,
FELDMAN and LAZARUS >from the Kiev region - all in the Ukraine.
LAKOMSKI >from Skulsk, RACHWALSKY >from Sclesin, SOMPOLINSKI >from Sompolno.
TOFFEL >from Josefow nad Wisla, Opole Lubielskie and Ostrow Mazoweickie - all
in Poland.
HARRIS (>from Eric Street, Burdette Road, Mile End)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Naming of child when mother dies in childbirth #general

Sheila Toffell
 

I've been trying to find out about my Paternal Grandfather's first wife
who died in London in the mid 1890's. There is possibly a listing of her
death certificate in the UK's FreeBMD site. I went into it to get the info
to order the certificate and found another listing underneath for the death
of a baby girl aged 0 with the same first, middle and last name. I'm still
waiting for the certificate to arrive to see if his wife died in childbirth,
but I am wondering; if she died giving birth, would it have been the usual
thing for her name to be given to her child, maybe to ward off the angel of
death, if the child was sickly?

Sheila Toffell,
Glen Rock, NJ

Researching: KORSUNSKY >from Stavische and Tarasche, BRIZINOV >from Rovnye,
FELDMAN and LAZARUS >from the Kiev region - all in the Ukraine.
LAKOMSKI >from Skulsk, RACHWALSKY >from Sclesin, SOMPOLINSKI >from Sompolno.
TOFFEL >from Josefow nad Wisla, Opole Lubielskie and Ostrow Mazoweickie - all
in Poland.
HARRIS (>from Eric Street, Burdette Road, Mile End)


short translations needed--Polish, German, Yiddish #galicia

Carol Sicherman <csicher@...>
 

I have posted/reposted the following images on ViewMate. All are of
postcards.

1. Viewmate 41971--in Polish

2. Viewmate 27127--in order to deal with two words in the following
transcription (Pidenachten and the word after "kommen von der)":
Entschuldige mir dass ich dir nicht gleich beantwortet, da bei uns der
Pidenachten [?] war, auch freute mich das du in der meinung bist
Sonntag zu kommen von der ?? teile dir mit das der Brautigam vorbei
ist die ganze Woche war sie sehr beschaeftigt. Deine Adela

3. ViewMate 27128--I hope to understand the last word in the
greetings written on the picture side of card 27127: "Die Berta last dich
gruessen mit malizku [??]" The messages are in German, but could this
word be Polish?

4. ViewMate 27343--the Yiddish squeezed below and above the
German text.

Please respond either directly to me or by using the form on ViewMate.

Gratefully yours,

Carol Sicherman

MODERATOR NOTE:
Please include URLs of ViewMate images. These are at
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=27127
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=27128
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=27343
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=41971


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia short translations needed--Polish, German, Yiddish #galicia

Carol Sicherman <csicher@...>
 

I have posted/reposted the following images on ViewMate. All are of
postcards.

1. Viewmate 41971--in Polish

2. Viewmate 27127--in order to deal with two words in the following
transcription (Pidenachten and the word after "kommen von der)":
Entschuldige mir dass ich dir nicht gleich beantwortet, da bei uns der
Pidenachten [?] war, auch freute mich das du in der meinung bist
Sonntag zu kommen von der ?? teile dir mit das der Brautigam vorbei
ist die ganze Woche war sie sehr beschaeftigt. Deine Adela

3. ViewMate 27128--I hope to understand the last word in the
greetings written on the picture side of card 27127: "Die Berta last dich
gruessen mit malizku [??]" The messages are in German, but could this
word be Polish?

4. ViewMate 27343--the Yiddish squeezed below and above the
German text.

Please respond either directly to me or by using the form on ViewMate.

Gratefully yours,

Carol Sicherman

MODERATOR NOTE:
Please include URLs of ViewMate images. These are at
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=27127
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=27128
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=27343
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=41971


Art Galley of Ontario CA Digital Archive of Lodz Ghetto Photos Taken By Henryk Ross #lodz #poland

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) developed a digital archive of over
4,000 images >from the Henryk Ross Collection of Lodz Ghetto Photographs.
This was developed in partnership with Facing History and Ourselves and
the SarahvChaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre. The website is:
http://www.agolodzghetto.com/. The launch of the digital archive in May
marked the 70th anniversary of Mr. Ross's unearthing of the original
negatives.

Ross was a Polish Jewish photojournalist, and this website gives a
glimpse of life inside the Lodz Ghetto-Poland's second largest
Jewish ghetto .

Ross hid his negatives in the ground while the last remaining ghetto
residents were being sent to their death at Auschwitz. Ross and his wife
were among the very few who survived the war and after the ghetto's
liberation was able to excavate his negatives. Half of the original
6,000 survived.

To read more about the digital archive, see: http://tinyurl.com/py97pwe
Original url:
http://www.ago.net/ago-launches-interactive-digital-archive-of-more-than-
4000-rarely-seen-holocaust-images

Thank you to Gail Dever and her blog Genealogy a la carte for
informing us about the archive.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Art Galley of Ontario CA Digital Archive of Lodz Ghetto Photos Taken By Henryk Ross #lodz #poland

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) developed a digital archive of over
4,000 images >from the Henryk Ross Collection of Lodz Ghetto Photographs.
This was developed in partnership with Facing History and Ourselves and
the SarahvChaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre. The website is:
http://www.agolodzghetto.com/. The launch of the digital archive in May
marked the 70th anniversary of Mr. Ross's unearthing of the original
negatives.

Ross was a Polish Jewish photojournalist, and this website gives a
glimpse of life inside the Lodz Ghetto-Poland's second largest
Jewish ghetto .

Ross hid his negatives in the ground while the last remaining ghetto
residents were being sent to their death at Auschwitz. Ross and his wife
were among the very few who survived the war and after the ghetto's
liberation was able to excavate his negatives. Half of the original
6,000 survived.

To read more about the digital archive, see: http://tinyurl.com/py97pwe
Original url:
http://www.ago.net/ago-launches-interactive-digital-archive-of-more-than-
4000-rarely-seen-holocaust-images

Thank you to Gail Dever and her blog Genealogy a la carte for
informing us about the archive.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


All Galicia Database: new records added for Lemberg/Lwow and various towns #poland

Pamela Weisberger
 

The following new data-sets have been recently added to the All
Galicia Database:

http://search.geshergalicia.org

- Lviv Birth, Marriage and Death records added (08/27/2015)
- Monasterzyska birth and death records added (08/26/2015)
- Horodenka birth records (1851-1867, 1886-1914) (added 07/25/2015)
- Various towns Jewish birth, marriage and death records added.
(added 07/21/15)
- Zurow Landowners (1848) (added 07/21/15)
- Podwoloczyska Death records (1877-1939) (added 07/21/15)

A few notes on the Lwow data:

Jewish vital records for Lemberg/Lwow/Lvov/Lviv are located in
archives in both Warsaw, Poland and Lviv, Ukraine. As a general rule,
JRI-Poland is indexing the Warsaw-held records and Gesher Galicia is
indexing Lviv Historical Archive-held records. To do a thorough
search for your family you need to consult both databases as there
currently is no overlap between the two.
Even if you don't know of any connections to Lwow, keep in mind that
many Galician families had relatives living there and often those in
more distant shtetls passed through Lwow, often staying for months or
years before heading elsewhere. Families >from the Pale of Settlement,
Vienna or elsewhere might have also spent time in Lemberg. You may be
surprised by what you find.

Gesher Galicia's Lwow indexing team, lead by Eric Bloch, has done an
extraordinary work with these challenging records, indexing all the
fields including profession, house number, congregational (family)
number, women's maiden names, notes on different spellings,
legitimacy, etc. These new vital records cover 1839-1861, with
additional corrections and/or notations for later years.

You may get duplicate results for the same person. Why? Each set is
found on different microfilms taken >from different books of the same
event. (Often there were duplicates kept.) Eric's team has found
enough variations in these duplicates that they feel they should all
remain. For example, some are written in Kurrent script, but the
duplicate is in Latin script. Spellings are different, and sometimes
the notations found with the records are different, or may not even
exist in one but found in the other. Including the duplicates allows
the researcher the option of viewing different records for the same
event. So if you find repeat results for your name you have the
opportunity to examine both records.

Here are a few examples on the kinds of information found in the
"notes" or "comments" section that these indexing teams have included:

- Surnames of child and father may be spelled differently; father's
surname RETTEL and mother's maiden name DORF/DAALE/DARLEIN ('IN'
probably a female suffix in DARLEIN) in other records]

- According to Lemberg magistrate >from 14 Jan 1929 CZYSZ is the
correct surname spelling

- Surnames of child and father spelled differently; SCHEITEL may be
child's middle name rather than her surname.

- DUBIENSKI recorded following the surname CZACZKES but crossed out;
reference to 28? May 1884 and DUBIENSKI in a notation following
record. (This >from a 20 year old record.)

- This regarding an 1853 birth: reference to 24 Nov 1911, 15 Mar 1912,
26 Mar 1912, 27 Mar 1912 and change of child's surname >from KORKES to
GOLDSTEIN in notation following record.

- Name corrected >from Sara v. Sosie OSTERSEZER to Sara OSTERSETZER 21
Jul 1880 (This relates to an 1860 marriage.)

And you wonder why Galician genealogical research can be so complicated!

So take the plunge and try searching these new records to see what you
can discover. You can check the box on the AGD to only search the
newer uploads.

Feel free to share any discoveries (or questions) with respect to the
Lwow records with Gesher Galicia/

Pamela Weisberger
Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@gmail.com
www.geshergalicia.org
http://search.geshergalicia.org


JRI Poland #Poland All Galicia Database: new records added for Lemberg/Lwow and various towns #poland

Pamela Weisberger
 

The following new data-sets have been recently added to the All
Galicia Database:

http://search.geshergalicia.org

- Lviv Birth, Marriage and Death records added (08/27/2015)
- Monasterzyska birth and death records added (08/26/2015)
- Horodenka birth records (1851-1867, 1886-1914) (added 07/25/2015)
- Various towns Jewish birth, marriage and death records added.
(added 07/21/15)
- Zurow Landowners (1848) (added 07/21/15)
- Podwoloczyska Death records (1877-1939) (added 07/21/15)

A few notes on the Lwow data:

Jewish vital records for Lemberg/Lwow/Lvov/Lviv are located in
archives in both Warsaw, Poland and Lviv, Ukraine. As a general rule,
JRI-Poland is indexing the Warsaw-held records and Gesher Galicia is
indexing Lviv Historical Archive-held records. To do a thorough
search for your family you need to consult both databases as there
currently is no overlap between the two.
Even if you don't know of any connections to Lwow, keep in mind that
many Galician families had relatives living there and often those in
more distant shtetls passed through Lwow, often staying for months or
years before heading elsewhere. Families >from the Pale of Settlement,
Vienna or elsewhere might have also spent time in Lemberg. You may be
surprised by what you find.

Gesher Galicia's Lwow indexing team, lead by Eric Bloch, has done an
extraordinary work with these challenging records, indexing all the
fields including profession, house number, congregational (family)
number, women's maiden names, notes on different spellings,
legitimacy, etc. These new vital records cover 1839-1861, with
additional corrections and/or notations for later years.

You may get duplicate results for the same person. Why? Each set is
found on different microfilms taken >from different books of the same
event. (Often there were duplicates kept.) Eric's team has found
enough variations in these duplicates that they feel they should all
remain. For example, some are written in Kurrent script, but the
duplicate is in Latin script. Spellings are different, and sometimes
the notations found with the records are different, or may not even
exist in one but found in the other. Including the duplicates allows
the researcher the option of viewing different records for the same
event. So if you find repeat results for your name you have the
opportunity to examine both records.

Here are a few examples on the kinds of information found in the
"notes" or "comments" section that these indexing teams have included:

- Surnames of child and father may be spelled differently; father's
surname RETTEL and mother's maiden name DORF/DAALE/DARLEIN ('IN'
probably a female suffix in DARLEIN) in other records]

- According to Lemberg magistrate >from 14 Jan 1929 CZYSZ is the
correct surname spelling

- Surnames of child and father spelled differently; SCHEITEL may be
child's middle name rather than her surname.

- DUBIENSKI recorded following the surname CZACZKES but crossed out;
reference to 28? May 1884 and DUBIENSKI in a notation following
record. (This >from a 20 year old record.)

- This regarding an 1853 birth: reference to 24 Nov 1911, 15 Mar 1912,
26 Mar 1912, 27 Mar 1912 and change of child's surname >from KORKES to
GOLDSTEIN in notation following record.

- Name corrected >from Sara v. Sosie OSTERSEZER to Sara OSTERSETZER 21
Jul 1880 (This relates to an 1860 marriage.)

And you wonder why Galician genealogical research can be so complicated!

So take the plunge and try searching these new records to see what you
can discover. You can check the box on the AGD to only search the
newer uploads.

Feel free to share any discoveries (or questions) with respect to the
Lwow records with Gesher Galicia/

Pamela Weisberger
Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@gmail.com
www.geshergalicia.org
http://search.geshergalicia.org


Art Galley of Ontario CA Digital Archive of Lodz Ghetto Photos Taken By Henryk Ross #poland

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) developed a digital archive of over
4,000 images >from the Henryk Ross Collection of Lodz Ghetto Photographs.
This was developed in partnership with Facing History and Ourselves and
the Sarah Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre. The website is:
http://www.agolodzghetto.com/. The launch of the digital archive in May
marked the 70th anniversary of Mr. Ross's unearthing of the original
negatives.

Ross was a Polish Jewish photojournalist, and this website gives a
glimpse of life inside the Lodz Ghetto-Poland's second largest Jewish
ghetto.

Ross hid his negatives in the ground while the last remaining ghetto
residents were being sent to their death at Auschwitz. Ross and his wife
were among the very few who survived the war and after the ghetto's
liberation was able to excavate his negatives. Half of the original
6,000 survived.

To read more about the digital archive, see: http://tinyurl.com/py97pwe
Original url:

http://www.ago.net/ago-launches-interactive-digital-archive-of-more-than-
4000-rarely-seen-holocaust-images

Thank you to Gail Dever and her blog Genealogy la carte for
informing us about the archive.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JRI Poland #Poland Art Galley of Ontario CA Digital Archive of Lodz Ghetto Photos Taken By Henryk Ross #poland

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) developed a digital archive of over
4,000 images >from the Henryk Ross Collection of Lodz Ghetto Photographs.
This was developed in partnership with Facing History and Ourselves and
the Sarah Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre. The website is:
http://www.agolodzghetto.com/. The launch of the digital archive in May
marked the 70th anniversary of Mr. Ross's unearthing of the original
negatives.

Ross was a Polish Jewish photojournalist, and this website gives a
glimpse of life inside the Lodz Ghetto-Poland's second largest Jewish
ghetto.

Ross hid his negatives in the ground while the last remaining ghetto
residents were being sent to their death at Auschwitz. Ross and his wife
were among the very few who survived the war and after the ghetto's
liberation was able to excavate his negatives. Half of the original
6,000 survived.

To read more about the digital archive, see: http://tinyurl.com/py97pwe
Original url:

http://www.ago.net/ago-launches-interactive-digital-archive-of-more-than-
4000-rarely-seen-holocaust-images

Thank you to Gail Dever and her blog Genealogy la carte for
informing us about the archive.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Breaktrhrough on Zalka famiy #poland

Joan
 

Hi,

Yesterday I reported I had make a big breakthrough on my family in Poland.
At this time I would like to acknowledge and thank Jewish Records Indexing -
Poland (JRI Poland) as the source of the records and in particular the
Gombin Society for their support of the project.

And another one of many - - thank you to Mr. Stanley Diamond.

Joan Silverman
jbsilverman@comcast.net

ZALKA/DZIALKA
BURNSTEIN/BURSZTYNA
GOLDBERG/WEINGARD/SCHWARTZ/WEISS


JRI Poland #Poland Breaktrhrough on Zalka famiy #poland

Joan
 

Hi,

Yesterday I reported I had make a big breakthrough on my family in Poland.
At this time I would like to acknowledge and thank Jewish Records Indexing -
Poland (JRI Poland) as the source of the records and in particular the
Gombin Society for their support of the project.

And another one of many - - thank you to Mr. Stanley Diamond.

Joan Silverman
jbsilverman@comcast.net

ZALKA/DZIALKA
BURNSTEIN/BURSZTYNA
GOLDBERG/WEINGARD/SCHWARTZ/WEISS


single-family postcard collection #galicia

Marlene Bishow <mlbishow@...>
 

I am in possession of a collection of 78 cards, written >from 1909-1918.
These are mostly >from my great grandfather, Chaim Deutscher of
Rozniatow, Galicia to his children in New York. The postcards are in
Yiddish script, but I was told that they are in a combination of Yiddish
and German. I actually started having the cards >from 1912 translated,
as that is how I found out when my great grandfather died (in
November). The balance of the cards includes some >from my great Aunt,
my great grandmother and a few >from cousins.

How lucky we are to have such treasures.

Marlene Bishow

---

Carol Sicherman wrote:
I am working with a collection of one hundred postcards sent 1905-22
mostly to addresses within Galicia, by members of an extended family
along with a few friends. The languages are German (very demotic,
the majority), Yiddish, Polish, and Hebrew. Thanks to JewishGen, nearly
all have been translated. Is anyone aware of a similar collection?


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia single-family postcard collection #galicia

Marlene Bishow <mlbishow@...>
 

I am in possession of a collection of 78 cards, written >from 1909-1918.
These are mostly >from my great grandfather, Chaim Deutscher of
Rozniatow, Galicia to his children in New York. The postcards are in
Yiddish script, but I was told that they are in a combination of Yiddish
and German. I actually started having the cards >from 1912 translated,
as that is how I found out when my great grandfather died (in
November). The balance of the cards includes some >from my great Aunt,
my great grandmother and a few >from cousins.

How lucky we are to have such treasures.

Marlene Bishow

---

Carol Sicherman wrote:
I am working with a collection of one hundred postcards sent 1905-22
mostly to addresses within Galicia, by members of an extended family
along with a few friends. The languages are German (very demotic,
the majority), Yiddish, Polish, and Hebrew. Thanks to JewishGen, nearly
all have been translated. Is anyone aware of a similar collection?


Special Access to Ancestry UK Featured Collections Through August 31, 2015 #galicia

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Ancestry.co.uk is offering access to non-subscribers to their 1 billion
records through August 31, 2015 23:59 GMT. This is in celebration
of bank holiday. After the special access period ends, you will only
be able to view the records in the featured collections using
Ancestry.co.uk paid membership. To access the site go to:
http://tinyurl.com/omg7ftx
Original url:
<http://www.ancestry.co.uk/cs/free-access?o_iid=67233&o_lid=67233&o_sch=Internal+List>

To view the UK and Irish records that are available for access through
this special opportunity at this time go to:
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/group/uk_irish_records

You will be required to register with your name, email and password.
No credit card information is required. Note when you place the
name you are searching into the search box, and the information
comes up, it says "view free access". That is the current special access
offer. If you right click on your mouse you can save the record to
your computer. If you "sign up" to save this record you will be
directed to subscribe. On the right side of the window you are invited
for a "free trial". That does not require credit card information and is
your invitation to subscribe.

I have no affiliation to Ancestry.com and this is being shared only for
your information.

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Special Access to Ancestry UK Featured Collections Through August 31, 2015 #galicia

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Ancestry.co.uk is offering access to non-subscribers to their 1 billion
records through August 31, 2015 23:59 GMT. This is in celebration
of bank holiday. After the special access period ends, you will only
be able to view the records in the featured collections using
Ancestry.co.uk paid membership. To access the site go to:
http://tinyurl.com/omg7ftx
Original url:
<http://www.ancestry.co.uk/cs/free-access?o_iid=67233&o_lid=67233&o_sch=Internal+List>

To view the UK and Irish records that are available for access through
this special opportunity at this time go to:
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/group/uk_irish_records

You will be required to register with your name, email and password.
No credit card information is required. Note when you place the
name you are searching into the search box, and the information
comes up, it says "view free access". That is the current special access
offer. If you right click on your mouse you can save the record to
your computer. If you "sign up" to save this record you will be
directed to subscribe. On the right side of the window you are invited
for a "free trial". That does not require credit card information and is
your invitation to subscribe.

I have no affiliation to Ancestry.com and this is being shared only for
your information.

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


ViewMate translation request - German #germany

Pierre HAHN
 

I've posted the back of a photograph for which I need a translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM41972

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much. Pierre M Hahn, San Francisco
Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen
and GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


German SIG #Germany ViewMate translation request - German #germany

Pierre HAHN
 

I've posted the back of a photograph for which I need a translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM41972

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much. Pierre M Hahn, San Francisco
Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen
and GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


View Mate Postings #germany

John or Leslie Koelsch <koelsch1886@...>
 

Hello GerSIG Members,

I have reposted documents for translation >from German to English in a
higher resolution. Thank you for your help. They are: 41951,41952,
41953, 41954, and 41955

Leslie Koelsch San Francisco
Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen
and GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


German SIG #Germany View Mate Postings #germany

John or Leslie Koelsch <koelsch1886@...>
 

Hello GerSIG Members,

I have reposted documents for translation >from German to English in a
higher resolution. Thank you for your help. They are: 41951,41952,
41953, 41954, and 41955

Leslie Koelsch San Francisco
Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen
and GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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