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Re: [h-sig] Jewish records of Eisenstadt - Edel Regina #austria-czech

Traude Triebel
 

dear Omri

Rela Edler, died tuesday, 25 december 1860 in Eisenstadt/Kismarton

http://www.ojm.at/blog/2015/02/22/edler-rela-25-dezember-1860/

her husband and possible some of their children appear also to be buried on
the cemetery

http://www.ojm.at/blog/2015/02/22/edler-abraham-09-maerz-1851/

Rela (Regina?) was his third wife

the older cemetery Kismarton/Eisenstadt (1679 - 1875) is completely online:

http://www.ojm.at/blog/friedhof-eisenstadt-alt/archiv/


who is Peter Jozsef Reinitz?
GenTeam has NO Census dates

regards
Traude

Dear Genners,

Researching in the Index of Jewish records of Burgenland, Austria, between
1832 and 1895 in GenTeam, I came across EDEL Regina a widow who died in
Eisenstadt in December 24th 1860 at the age of 83.
My GGGGM was regina EDEL who married my GGGGF Peter Jozsef Reinitz. They
lived in Nagykanizsa but in 1822 Regina lived in Kismarton/Eisestadt and
afterwards in Vienna.

I could not find records of the residents of Kismarton in 1822. Can anyone
help?

Thank you,
Omri Arnon
Israel


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech AW: [h-sig] Jewish records of Eisenstadt - Edel Regina #austria-czech

Traude Triebel
 

dear Omri

Rela Edler, died tuesday, 25 december 1860 in Eisenstadt/Kismarton

http://www.ojm.at/blog/2015/02/22/edler-rela-25-dezember-1860/

her husband and possible some of their children appear also to be buried on
the cemetery

http://www.ojm.at/blog/2015/02/22/edler-abraham-09-maerz-1851/

Rela (Regina?) was his third wife

the older cemetery Kismarton/Eisenstadt (1679 - 1875) is completely online:

http://www.ojm.at/blog/friedhof-eisenstadt-alt/archiv/


who is Peter Jozsef Reinitz?
GenTeam has NO Census dates

regards
Traude

Dear Genners,

Researching in the Index of Jewish records of Burgenland, Austria, between
1832 and 1895 in GenTeam, I came across EDEL Regina a widow who died in
Eisenstadt in December 24th 1860 at the age of 83.
My GGGGM was regina EDEL who married my GGGGF Peter Jozsef Reinitz. They
lived in Nagykanizsa but in 1822 Regina lived in Kismarton/Eisestadt and
afterwards in Vienna.

I could not find records of the residents of Kismarton in 1822. Can anyone
help?

Thank you,
Omri Arnon
Israel


Suchostaw Region Research Group (SRRG) meeting at the Seattle IAJGS Conference #galicia

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

The meeting is scheduled for:

Wednesday, August 10 2016
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Room: Cedar A

Members of SRRG and everyone with family links in shtetlach included in
the Suchostaw Region Research Group are invited to attend. Please let
me know if you will be attending the meeting and which shtetlach you are
researching in case I have material of special interest that I should bring
with me.

SRRG includes the following Administrative Districts:
Borszczow - Buczacz - Czortkow - Husiatyn - Skalat - Tarnopol -
Trembowla - Zbaraz - Zaleszczyki

Members of SRRG and everyone with family links in shtetlach included in
the Suchostaw Region Research Group are invited to attend. Please let
me know if you will be attending the meeting and which shtetlach you are
researching in case I have material of special interest that I should bring
with me.

Shtetlach included in SRRG:
Although there are many other shtetlach in the SRRG area that once had
a Jewish community, we list below only some of the shtetlach where our
members had family connections.

Barysz, Baworow, Beremiany, Bialoboznica, Biala, Bilcze, Borki Wielkie,
Borszczow, Buczacz, Budzanow, Burakowka, Chorostkow, Cygany,
Czahary Zbaraskie, Czarnokonce, Czortkow, Draganowka, Darachow,
Davidkowce, Dolina, Gleboczek, Grzymalow, Hadynkowce, Holoszynce,
Horodnica, Husiatyn, Ilawcze, Iwanowka, Jablonow, Jagielnica, Janow,
Jazlowiec, Jezierzany, Kaczanowka, Kalaharowka, Klebanowka,
Klimkowce, Kluwince, Kobylowloki, Kolodrobka, Kolodziejowka,
Kopyczynce, Korolowka, Koscielniki, Kosmierzyn, Kosow, Kotowka,
Kozaczyzna, Kozowka, Krasne, Krzywcze Gorne, Krzywenkie, Krzywoluka,
Kujdance, Ladyczyn, Lanowce, Losiacz, Lozowka, Majdan, Maksymowka,
Mielnica, Mikulince, Molczanowka, Monasterzyska, Mszaniec,
Myszkowice, Nagorzanka, Nowosiolka, Okopy, Olchowiec, Ostapie, Ostra,
Pauszowka, Petlikowce Stare, Pilatkowce, Plotycz, Podfilipie,
Podwoloczyska, Postolowka, Potok Zloty, Probuzna, Proszowa,
Romanowe Siolo, Romanowka, Rosochacz, Rosochowaciec, Ruzdwiany,
Salowka, Semenow, Skala, Skalat, Skomorosze, Snowidow, Sosolowka,
Strusow, Stryjowka, Suchostaw, Suszczyn, Swidowa, Swierzkowce,
Tarnopol, Tarnoruda, Teklowka, Tluste, Touste (near Skalat), Trembowla,
Trojka, Trybuchowce, Tudorow, Turylcze, Ulaszkowce, Uscie Biskupie,
Uscieczko, Uwisla, Wasylkowce, Wierzbowka, Winiatynce, Wolkowce ad
Borszczow, Worwolince, Wygnanka, Zadniszowka, Zaleszczyki,
Zascinocze, Zazdrosc, Zbaraz

See you in Seattle

Susana Leistner Bloch, Coordinator
Suchostaw Region Research Group (SRRG)
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Suchostaw/SRRGhome.html
bloch@mts


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Suchostaw Region Research Group (SRRG) meeting at the Seattle IAJGS Conference #galicia

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

The meeting is scheduled for:

Wednesday, August 10 2016
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Room: Cedar A

Members of SRRG and everyone with family links in shtetlach included in
the Suchostaw Region Research Group are invited to attend. Please let
me know if you will be attending the meeting and which shtetlach you are
researching in case I have material of special interest that I should bring
with me.

SRRG includes the following Administrative Districts:
Borszczow - Buczacz - Czortkow - Husiatyn - Skalat - Tarnopol -
Trembowla - Zbaraz - Zaleszczyki

Members of SRRG and everyone with family links in shtetlach included in
the Suchostaw Region Research Group are invited to attend. Please let
me know if you will be attending the meeting and which shtetlach you are
researching in case I have material of special interest that I should bring
with me.

Shtetlach included in SRRG:
Although there are many other shtetlach in the SRRG area that once had
a Jewish community, we list below only some of the shtetlach where our
members had family connections.

Barysz, Baworow, Beremiany, Bialoboznica, Biala, Bilcze, Borki Wielkie,
Borszczow, Buczacz, Budzanow, Burakowka, Chorostkow, Cygany,
Czahary Zbaraskie, Czarnokonce, Czortkow, Draganowka, Darachow,
Davidkowce, Dolina, Gleboczek, Grzymalow, Hadynkowce, Holoszynce,
Horodnica, Husiatyn, Ilawcze, Iwanowka, Jablonow, Jagielnica, Janow,
Jazlowiec, Jezierzany, Kaczanowka, Kalaharowka, Klebanowka,
Klimkowce, Kluwince, Kobylowloki, Kolodrobka, Kolodziejowka,
Kopyczynce, Korolowka, Koscielniki, Kosmierzyn, Kosow, Kotowka,
Kozaczyzna, Kozowka, Krasne, Krzywcze Gorne, Krzywenkie, Krzywoluka,
Kujdance, Ladyczyn, Lanowce, Losiacz, Lozowka, Majdan, Maksymowka,
Mielnica, Mikulince, Molczanowka, Monasterzyska, Mszaniec,
Myszkowice, Nagorzanka, Nowosiolka, Okopy, Olchowiec, Ostapie, Ostra,
Pauszowka, Petlikowce Stare, Pilatkowce, Plotycz, Podfilipie,
Podwoloczyska, Postolowka, Potok Zloty, Probuzna, Proszowa,
Romanowe Siolo, Romanowka, Rosochacz, Rosochowaciec, Ruzdwiany,
Salowka, Semenow, Skala, Skalat, Skomorosze, Snowidow, Sosolowka,
Strusow, Stryjowka, Suchostaw, Suszczyn, Swidowa, Swierzkowce,
Tarnopol, Tarnoruda, Teklowka, Tluste, Touste (near Skalat), Trembowla,
Trojka, Trybuchowce, Tudorow, Turylcze, Ulaszkowce, Uscie Biskupie,
Uscieczko, Uwisla, Wasylkowce, Wierzbowka, Winiatynce, Wolkowce ad
Borszczow, Worwolince, Wygnanka, Zadniszowka, Zaleszczyki,
Zascinocze, Zazdrosc, Zbaraz

See you in Seattle

Susana Leistner Bloch, Coordinator
Suchostaw Region Research Group (SRRG)
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Suchostaw/SRRGhome.html
bloch@mts


Suchostaw Region Research Group (SRRG) meeting at the Seattle IAJGS Conference #poland

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

The Suchostaw Region Research Group (SRRG) meeting at the Seattle
IAJGS Conference is scheduled for:

Wednesday, August 10 2016
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Room:=A0 Cedar A

Members of SRRG and everyone with family links in shtetlach included in
the Suchostaw Region Research Group are invited to attend. Please let
me know if you will be attending the meeting and which shtetlach you are
researching in case I have material of special interest that I should
bring with me.

SRRG includes the following Administrative Districts:
Borszczow - Buczacz - Czortkow - Husiatyn - Skalat - Tarnopol -
Trembowla - Zbaraz Zaleszczyki

Shtetlach included in SRRG:
Although there are many other shtetlach in the SRRG area that once had a
Jewish community, we list below only some of the shtetlach where our
members had family connections.

Barysz, Baworow, Beremiany, Bialoboznica, Biala, Bilcze, Borki Wielkie,
Borszczow, Buczacz, Budzanow, Burakowka, Chorostkow, Cygany, Czahary
Zbaraskie, Czarnokonce, Czortkow, Draganowka, Darachow, Davidkowce,
Dolina, Gleboczek, Grzymalow, Hadynkowce, Holoszynce, Horodnica,
Husiatyn, Ilawcze, Iwanowka, Jablonow, Jagielnica, Janow, Jazlowiec,
Jezierzany, Kaczanowka, Kalaharowka, Klebanowka, Klimkowce, Kluwince,
Kobylowloki, Kolodrobka, Kolodziejowka, Kopyczynce, Korolowka,
Koscielniki, Kosmierzyn, Kosow, Kotowka, Kozaczyzna, Kozowka, Krasne,
Krzywcze Gorne, Krzywenkie, Krzywoluka, Kujdance, Ladyczyn, Lanowce,
Losiacz, Lozowka, Majdan, Maksymowka, Mielnica, Mikulince,
Molczanowka, Monasterzyska, Mszaniec, Myszkowice, Nagorzanka,
Nowosiolka, Okopy, Olchowiec, Ostapie, Ostra, Pauszowka,
Petlikowce Stare, Pilatkowce, Plotycz, Podfilipie, Podwoloczyska,
Postolowka, Potok Zloty, Probuzna, Proszowa, Romanowe Siolo,
Romanowka, Rosochacz, Rosochowaciec, Ruzdwiany, Salowka, Semenow,
Skala, Skalat, Skomorosze, Snowidow, Sosolowka, Strusow, Stryjowka,
Suchostaw, Suszczyn, Swidowa, Swierzkowce, Tarnopol, Tarnoruda,
Teklowka, Tluste, Touste (near Skalat), Trembowla, Trojka,
Trybuchowce, Tudorow, Turylcze, Ulaszkowce, Uscie Biskupie,
Uscieczko, Uwisla, Wasylkowce, Wierzbowka, Winiatynce,
Wolkowce ad Borszczow, Worwolince, Wygnanka, Zadniszowka,
Zaleszczyki, Zascinocze, Zazdrosc, Zbaraz

See you in Seattle

Susana Leistner Bloch, Coordinator
Suchostaw Region Research Group (SRRG)
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Suchostaw/SRRGhome.html
bloch@mts


JRI Poland #Poland Suchostaw Region Research Group (SRRG) meeting at the Seattle IAJGS Conference #poland

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

The Suchostaw Region Research Group (SRRG) meeting at the Seattle
IAJGS Conference is scheduled for:

Wednesday, August 10 2016
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Room:=A0 Cedar A

Members of SRRG and everyone with family links in shtetlach included in
the Suchostaw Region Research Group are invited to attend. Please let
me know if you will be attending the meeting and which shtetlach you are
researching in case I have material of special interest that I should
bring with me.

SRRG includes the following Administrative Districts:
Borszczow - Buczacz - Czortkow - Husiatyn - Skalat - Tarnopol -
Trembowla - Zbaraz Zaleszczyki

Shtetlach included in SRRG:
Although there are many other shtetlach in the SRRG area that once had a
Jewish community, we list below only some of the shtetlach where our
members had family connections.

Barysz, Baworow, Beremiany, Bialoboznica, Biala, Bilcze, Borki Wielkie,
Borszczow, Buczacz, Budzanow, Burakowka, Chorostkow, Cygany, Czahary
Zbaraskie, Czarnokonce, Czortkow, Draganowka, Darachow, Davidkowce,
Dolina, Gleboczek, Grzymalow, Hadynkowce, Holoszynce, Horodnica,
Husiatyn, Ilawcze, Iwanowka, Jablonow, Jagielnica, Janow, Jazlowiec,
Jezierzany, Kaczanowka, Kalaharowka, Klebanowka, Klimkowce, Kluwince,
Kobylowloki, Kolodrobka, Kolodziejowka, Kopyczynce, Korolowka,
Koscielniki, Kosmierzyn, Kosow, Kotowka, Kozaczyzna, Kozowka, Krasne,
Krzywcze Gorne, Krzywenkie, Krzywoluka, Kujdance, Ladyczyn, Lanowce,
Losiacz, Lozowka, Majdan, Maksymowka, Mielnica, Mikulince,
Molczanowka, Monasterzyska, Mszaniec, Myszkowice, Nagorzanka,
Nowosiolka, Okopy, Olchowiec, Ostapie, Ostra, Pauszowka,
Petlikowce Stare, Pilatkowce, Plotycz, Podfilipie, Podwoloczyska,
Postolowka, Potok Zloty, Probuzna, Proszowa, Romanowe Siolo,
Romanowka, Rosochacz, Rosochowaciec, Ruzdwiany, Salowka, Semenow,
Skala, Skalat, Skomorosze, Snowidow, Sosolowka, Strusow, Stryjowka,
Suchostaw, Suszczyn, Swidowa, Swierzkowce, Tarnopol, Tarnoruda,
Teklowka, Tluste, Touste (near Skalat), Trembowla, Trojka,
Trybuchowce, Tudorow, Turylcze, Ulaszkowce, Uscie Biskupie,
Uscieczko, Uwisla, Wasylkowce, Wierzbowka, Winiatynce,
Wolkowce ad Borszczow, Worwolince, Wygnanka, Zadniszowka,
Zaleszczyki, Zascinocze, Zazdrosc, Zbaraz

See you in Seattle

Susana Leistner Bloch, Coordinator
Suchostaw Region Research Group (SRRG)
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Suchostaw/SRRGhome.html
bloch@mts


JRI-Poland adds more Warszawa Data to the Database #poland

hadassahlipsius
 

Jewish Records Indexing-Poland recently added 5627 more Warszawa records
to the JRI-Poland database.

Updates were made to the following projects:

1) Additional extracts for the Warszawa LDS Jewish data covering the
1826-1865 time period (Fond 180)

2) Additional extracts for the Warszawa Jewish records >from Fond 200
covering the 1864-1915 time period.

3) Added image links >from the Polish State Archives National Digital
Archives for Fond 180 and Fond 200 data that was previously added to the
JRI-Poland database during earlier phases of the project.

4) Additional extracts for the Pre-1826 Patronymic data >from Warszawa
covering districts 3, 4 and 7

With these new additions, the JRI-Poland database now has 167,253 vital
records for the city of Warszawa. We continue to work on adding
additional data, links and extracting more information on the data
already on line.

Have an enjoyable summer.

Hadassah Lipsius
Warszawa Shtetl CO-OP Coordinator
Warszawa Archive Coordinator
JRI-Poland


JRI Poland #Poland JRI-Poland adds more Warszawa Data to the Database #poland

hadassahlipsius
 

Jewish Records Indexing-Poland recently added 5627 more Warszawa records
to the JRI-Poland database.

Updates were made to the following projects:

1) Additional extracts for the Warszawa LDS Jewish data covering the
1826-1865 time period (Fond 180)

2) Additional extracts for the Warszawa Jewish records >from Fond 200
covering the 1864-1915 time period.

3) Added image links >from the Polish State Archives National Digital
Archives for Fond 180 and Fond 200 data that was previously added to the
JRI-Poland database during earlier phases of the project.

4) Additional extracts for the Pre-1826 Patronymic data >from Warszawa
covering districts 3, 4 and 7

With these new additions, the JRI-Poland database now has 167,253 vital
records for the city of Warszawa. We continue to work on adding
additional data, links and extracting more information on the data
already on line.

Have an enjoyable summer.

Hadassah Lipsius
Warszawa Shtetl CO-OP Coordinator
Warszawa Archive Coordinator
JRI-Poland


Updates to LDS data on the JRI-Poland database #poland

hadassahlipsius
 

Recently the Jewish Records Indexing - Poland updated the database with
additional data and image links to the LDS Data on the database.

Updates, additions and/or image links were added for the towns of Filipow,
Krasnopol, Pleszew, Przysucha, Przytyk, and Warszawa.

Additional updates and links were added for the towns in the Lublin and
Zamosc and these will be announced by the area coordinators for these
regions.

Special thanks to the tireless work of our volunteers who made this
possible.

Thank you to:

Leah Bisel, Stephen Cohen, Sarah Greenwald, Nicole Heymans, Howard Fink,
Robinn Magid and Michael Tobias

Enjoy your summer.

Hadassah Lipsius
On Behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland
http://www.jri-poland.org


JRI Poland #Poland Updates to LDS data on the JRI-Poland database #poland

hadassahlipsius
 

Recently the Jewish Records Indexing - Poland updated the database with
additional data and image links to the LDS Data on the database.

Updates, additions and/or image links were added for the towns of Filipow,
Krasnopol, Pleszew, Przysucha, Przytyk, and Warszawa.

Additional updates and links were added for the towns in the Lublin and
Zamosc and these will be announced by the area coordinators for these
regions.

Special thanks to the tireless work of our volunteers who made this
possible.

Thank you to:

Leah Bisel, Stephen Cohen, Sarah Greenwald, Nicole Heymans, Howard Fink,
Robinn Magid and Michael Tobias

Enjoy your summer.

Hadassah Lipsius
On Behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland
http://www.jri-poland.org


Re: Russian West Point and Medals?? #general

Igor Holyboroda
 

Hello!
Earlier the case was discussed:
"His grandchildren said he trained in the "Russian West Point" and that he was
highly decorated, and particularly remember seeing a large gold medal. My
question is, what could this "Russian West Point" be, and what might he have
done to get a large gold medal?

Gadalia ZAMALIN's grandson said that he was in the military working as a
scribe (yes, it does seem like the typical tale), when edicts were passed and
he lost everything, including his job and pension."

In the response to this post it was explained:
"Russian "West Point" was known as Imperial Nicolas Military Academy. Since
Academy trained Imperial Russian Army officers with higher military education
and military land surveyors"

This explanation may make sense - the best graduating students of Russian Mil
Academies could have been awarded by the (big/small) golden medals.

At the same time there are some contradictions in all this story making it
legendary:
1. As a rule military scribe could not have the officer's rank, in particular
in the (Russian) Army.
2. A (religious) Jew could not have been the Imperial Russian Army officer,
especially the student of the elite military Academy for the best army
professionals already having the officer's rank. In given case it was
theoretically possible only for the person baptized (into the Russian Orthodox
church).

I think that the person in question may really have been serving as a scribe
(probably non-commissioned officer) in a mil academy having a numerous stuff.
As a successful professional in his sphere he may have got some award (the
Russian award possible in given case may be researched separately). Other
possibilities (his officer's rank and especially the studies in the Imperial
Russian elite mil educational institution) in given case are supposed to be
practically impossible.

Regards,

Igor Holyboroda,
Lviv, Ukraine.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Russian West Point and Medals?? #general

Igor Holyboroda
 

Hello!
Earlier the case was discussed:
"His grandchildren said he trained in the "Russian West Point" and that he was
highly decorated, and particularly remember seeing a large gold medal. My
question is, what could this "Russian West Point" be, and what might he have
done to get a large gold medal?

Gadalia ZAMALIN's grandson said that he was in the military working as a
scribe (yes, it does seem like the typical tale), when edicts were passed and
he lost everything, including his job and pension."

In the response to this post it was explained:
"Russian "West Point" was known as Imperial Nicolas Military Academy. Since
Academy trained Imperial Russian Army officers with higher military education
and military land surveyors"

This explanation may make sense - the best graduating students of Russian Mil
Academies could have been awarded by the (big/small) golden medals.

At the same time there are some contradictions in all this story making it
legendary:
1. As a rule military scribe could not have the officer's rank, in particular
in the (Russian) Army.
2. A (religious) Jew could not have been the Imperial Russian Army officer,
especially the student of the elite military Academy for the best army
professionals already having the officer's rank. In given case it was
theoretically possible only for the person baptized (into the Russian Orthodox
church).

I think that the person in question may really have been serving as a scribe
(probably non-commissioned officer) in a mil academy having a numerous stuff.
As a successful professional in his sphere he may have got some award (the
Russian award possible in given case may be researched separately). Other
possibilities (his officer's rank and especially the studies in the Imperial
Russian elite mil educational institution) in given case are supposed to be
practically impossible.

Regards,

Igor Holyboroda,
Lviv, Ukraine.


new records from Dabrowa Tarnowska #galicia

Howard Fink
 

I am very pleased to announce that JRI-Poland has just acquired more
vital records >from the Tarnow branch of the Polish State Archives from
the town of Dabrowa Tarnowska.

Our index of Dabrowa PSA data, which previously covered Births in years
up through 1913, has now been extended to the new limit of the recent
Polish privacy law changes. For the first time we have Marriage and
Death records >from this town, since no records of these types seem to
have survived >from the earlier years. JRI-Poland now has the index of
surviving records of those types up through 1935, and has also acquired
one more year of Births, >from 1915. This update adds about 1500 new
vital records >from Dabrowa Tarnowska.

While not every year is present in this new data, many are:
Births: 1915
Marriages: 1915-1918, 1920-1935
Deaths: 1916-1917, 1919-1920, 1922, 1925-1926, 1929-1931, 1935
The missing years of Death records are not known to exist at this time;
The 1919 Marriages do exist, but are located in another archive branch.

Until JRI-Poland recovers the cost we have spent to acquire these
records this new data will not be available online. However, those who
make qualified contributions will get access to this data right away.

This is a new Dabrowa Tarnowska PSA Project (B 1915, MD 1915-1935).
The Qualifying Contribution required to access the data before it has
been fully funded (and becomes available online) is $75.

You can see our project status online:
http://jri-poland.org/town/dabrowa_tarnows.htm

Information about various ways of contributing can be found at:
http://jri-poland.org/support.htm
Please indicate the allocation of your contribution as
"Dabrowa Tarnowska PSA".

Please contact me if you would like to know if a (short) list of your
specific family members are present in this new data.

Howard Fink
genKnowHow@gmail.com
Tarnow Archives Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia new records from Dabrowa Tarnowska #galicia

Howard Fink
 

I am very pleased to announce that JRI-Poland has just acquired more
vital records >from the Tarnow branch of the Polish State Archives from
the town of Dabrowa Tarnowska.

Our index of Dabrowa PSA data, which previously covered Births in years
up through 1913, has now been extended to the new limit of the recent
Polish privacy law changes. For the first time we have Marriage and
Death records >from this town, since no records of these types seem to
have survived >from the earlier years. JRI-Poland now has the index of
surviving records of those types up through 1935, and has also acquired
one more year of Births, >from 1915. This update adds about 1500 new
vital records >from Dabrowa Tarnowska.

While not every year is present in this new data, many are:
Births: 1915
Marriages: 1915-1918, 1920-1935
Deaths: 1916-1917, 1919-1920, 1922, 1925-1926, 1929-1931, 1935
The missing years of Death records are not known to exist at this time;
The 1919 Marriages do exist, but are located in another archive branch.

Until JRI-Poland recovers the cost we have spent to acquire these
records this new data will not be available online. However, those who
make qualified contributions will get access to this data right away.

This is a new Dabrowa Tarnowska PSA Project (B 1915, MD 1915-1935).
The Qualifying Contribution required to access the data before it has
been fully funded (and becomes available online) is $75.

You can see our project status online:
http://jri-poland.org/town/dabrowa_tarnows.htm

Information about various ways of contributing can be found at:
http://jri-poland.org/support.htm
Please indicate the allocation of your contribution as
"Dabrowa Tarnowska PSA".

Please contact me if you would like to know if a (short) list of your
specific family members are present in this new data.

Howard Fink
genKnowHow@gmail.com
Tarnow Archives Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


ViewMate translation request-Russian insurance policy #general

Amoz Chernoff
 

I've posted a copy of the front page of a 4 page document of what appears to
be an insurance policy. If anyone would be willing to translate the additional
pages, I would be glad to e-mail them the remaining 3 pages for review.

The first page is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49197

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application or directly to
amoz.chernoff017@gmail.com

Thank you very much.

Amoz Chernoff


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request-Russian insurance policy #general

Amoz Chernoff
 

I've posted a copy of the front page of a 4 page document of what appears to
be an insurance policy. If anyone would be willing to translate the additional
pages, I would be glad to e-mail them the remaining 3 pages for review.

The first page is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM49197

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application or directly to
amoz.chernoff017@gmail.com

Thank you very much.

Amoz Chernoff


Re: Two immigrants, same name: one real, one fake #general

Susan&David
 

If you look up two immigrants on Ancestry.com. (One is indexed as Elie
LITKOWECKY, 1906, the other as Elie SITKOWETZKY) you will see one
recorded in the Rosenbaum Bank and the other in the Blitztein Bank.
These two Philadelphia banks served as places where steamship tickets
could be purchased in the US for the use of immigrants.
See: the Pennsylvania section under Jewishgen>Databases>United States

I believe that the sponsor, Dr, Fischer, bought the 1906 ticket for the
real Elie who, for some reason, was unable to travel at that time. Since
he was married when he arrived 1907, it may have been that he needed an
additional ticket for his wife. The ticket, under his name, would have
been available for someone else to use.

Dr. Fischer then used the other immigrant bank in 1907 to finance the
real Elie and his wife.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

On 7/10/2016 11:19 PM, Adam Goodheart adamgoodh@gmail.com wrote:
Can anyone clarify the circumstances that might cause an immigrant to
travel fraudulently using someone else's name and identity?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Two immigrants, same name: one real, one fake #general

Susan&David
 

If you look up two immigrants on Ancestry.com. (One is indexed as Elie
LITKOWECKY, 1906, the other as Elie SITKOWETZKY) you will see one
recorded in the Rosenbaum Bank and the other in the Blitztein Bank.
These two Philadelphia banks served as places where steamship tickets
could be purchased in the US for the use of immigrants.
See: the Pennsylvania section under Jewishgen>Databases>United States

I believe that the sponsor, Dr, Fischer, bought the 1906 ticket for the
real Elie who, for some reason, was unable to travel at that time. Since
he was married when he arrived 1907, it may have been that he needed an
additional ticket for his wife. The ticket, under his name, would have
been available for someone else to use.

Dr. Fischer then used the other immigrant bank in 1907 to finance the
real Elie and his wife.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

On 7/10/2016 11:19 PM, Adam Goodheart adamgoodh@gmail.com wrote:
Can anyone clarify the circumstances that might cause an immigrant to
travel fraudulently using someone else's name and identity?


Search baby from Miskolcz killed in 1944 #general

דוד נ.א.
 

Hello
I'm looking for the name of the baby, who lived in the town Miskolcz, and
killed about age 2 in 1944.

Is it practical?

Is there a way to get birth records dating back to 1942? There were those
records? They survived? They are protected by privacy?
Is there could be other records (census registration Holocaust victims) of
these years - include babies?

Of course I know her parents' names and other details about the family. I
just do not know her name - I know it was there and was killed.

It has a chance?

Many thanks in advance
David Nesher
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Search baby from Miskolcz killed in 1944 #general

דוד נ.א.
 

Hello
I'm looking for the name of the baby, who lived in the town Miskolcz, and
killed about age 2 in 1944.

Is it practical?

Is there a way to get birth records dating back to 1942? There were those
records? They survived? They are protected by privacy?
Is there could be other records (census registration Holocaust victims) of
these years - include babies?

Of course I know her parents' names and other details about the family. I
just do not know her name - I know it was there and was killed.

It has a chance?

Many thanks in advance
David Nesher
Israel

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