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Re: Moderator- AllHungary Database #hungary

klarmann <klarmann@...>
 

Dear Vivian:
I have read your comment about the new templates to add information to the
future All Hungary Database, and would like to ask how can I submit to the
knowledge of the H-Siggers some information I have been able to obtain from
the archives of some villages in Transylvania, >from the XIXth century. These
are copies of some pages >from the metrical archives of Dej (now Romania) in
which, besides my own family, there is a lot of names:fathers, mothers,
brides, grooms,sons,mohels, as well as occupations and places of residence
for those people.
I also take the opportunity to congratulate you for the great job you do as
moderator of this group, which goes far beyond the moderating work itself.
Best regards
Mario Klarmann
Santiago - Chile

Moderator: I'm truly thrilled by the interest that H-SIG members have expressed in the All Hungary Database project. At this point we are concentrating on two efforts--converting the databases that have already been uploaded to the H-SIG website into a format that will allow uploading to the JewishGen database page and collecting data >from the 1828 and 1869 Censuses. Carol Robinson and Eric Bloch have created templates for the Census data. Anyone who has data >from either of these sources is encouraged to format and submit records along with a JewishGen donor agreement. Carol is also contacting the H-SIG members who contributed the largest databases on the website about converting these files in preparation for transfer to the JewishGen database page. Our next step is to develop an all-purpose template for metrical and other vital records. We will provide this format ASAP along with news about yet more important records that have come to our attention. More news to follow!

----- Original Message -----
From: Tomer Brunner <tomerbr@...>
To: Hungarian SIG <h-sig@...>
Sent: Sunday, July 14, 2002 4:30 AM
Subject: [h-sig] Re: All-Hungary Database


Moderator: Tomer, thanks for your comments. We hope that you'll be able
to see even more progress in the very near future. If you'd like to help
build the All Hungary Database please get in touch. By using our new
templates you will be able to add to our Database while doing your own
research.

Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Moderator- AllHungary Database #hungary

klarmann <klarmann@...>
 

Dear Vivian:
I have read your comment about the new templates to add information to the
future All Hungary Database, and would like to ask how can I submit to the
knowledge of the H-Siggers some information I have been able to obtain from
the archives of some villages in Transylvania, >from the XIXth century. These
are copies of some pages >from the metrical archives of Dej (now Romania) in
which, besides my own family, there is a lot of names:fathers, mothers,
brides, grooms,sons,mohels, as well as occupations and places of residence
for those people.
I also take the opportunity to congratulate you for the great job you do as
moderator of this group, which goes far beyond the moderating work itself.
Best regards
Mario Klarmann
Santiago - Chile

Moderator: I'm truly thrilled by the interest that H-SIG members have expressed in the All Hungary Database project. At this point we are concentrating on two efforts--converting the databases that have already been uploaded to the H-SIG website into a format that will allow uploading to the JewishGen database page and collecting data >from the 1828 and 1869 Censuses. Carol Robinson and Eric Bloch have created templates for the Census data. Anyone who has data >from either of these sources is encouraged to format and submit records along with a JewishGen donor agreement. Carol is also contacting the H-SIG members who contributed the largest databases on the website about converting these files in preparation for transfer to the JewishGen database page. Our next step is to develop an all-purpose template for metrical and other vital records. We will provide this format ASAP along with news about yet more important records that have come to our attention. More news to follow!

----- Original Message -----
From: Tomer Brunner <tomerbr@...>
To: Hungarian SIG <h-sig@...>
Sent: Sunday, July 14, 2002 4:30 AM
Subject: [h-sig] Re: All-Hungary Database


Moderator: Tomer, thanks for your comments. We hope that you'll be able
to see even more progress in the very near future. If you'd like to help
build the All Hungary Database please get in touch. By using our new
templates you will be able to add to our Database while doing your own
research.

Restoring Letters On Tombstone #general

Solomon Schlussel <solschlussel@...>
 

We recovered an old cemetery in the Ukraine but we can't read any thing
what written on the tombstones. Is there any way to restore them to be
able to read?
Solomon Schlussel
solschlussel@...

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Restoring Letters On Tombstone #general

Solomon Schlussel <solschlussel@...>
 

We recovered an old cemetery in the Ukraine but we can't read any thing
what written on the tombstones. Is there any way to restore them to be
able to read?
Solomon Schlussel
solschlussel@...

Attention: Former @home.com subscribers & GG members #galicia

Shelley K. Pollero
 

Hello,

Many Gesher Galicia members with an @home.com email address renewed their
2001-2 membership before the demise of that provider. These email addresses
are still listed in the Gesher Galicia Family Finder and on our membership
database. When @home.com went out of business, we all had to change our ISP
but many of you have forgotten to inform Gesher Galicia of your new address.

This may also apply to those of you who have changed >from other email
providers since your renewal.

If you haven't already done so, please let us know your new email address.
Contact Peter Zavon pzavon@... or Leon Gold
LJG218@... .

I deleted the @home.com addresses >from subscribers to this list because they
are no longer valid (they were in a 'bad address' list). Most of you
resubscribed with your new email address.

Thanks for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

Shelley K. Pollero, Coordinator
Gesher Galicia
Severna Park, Maryland
rkpollero@...

Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Attention: Former @home.com subscribers & GG members #galicia

Shelley K. Pollero
 

Hello,

Many Gesher Galicia members with an @home.com email address renewed their
2001-2 membership before the demise of that provider. These email addresses
are still listed in the Gesher Galicia Family Finder and on our membership
database. When @home.com went out of business, we all had to change our ISP
but many of you have forgotten to inform Gesher Galicia of your new address.

This may also apply to those of you who have changed >from other email
providers since your renewal.

If you haven't already done so, please let us know your new email address.
Contact Peter Zavon pzavon@... or Leon Gold
LJG218@... .

I deleted the @home.com addresses >from subscribers to this list because they
are no longer valid (they were in a 'bad address' list). Most of you
resubscribed with your new email address.

Thanks for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

Shelley K. Pollero, Coordinator
Gesher Galicia
Severna Park, Maryland
rkpollero@...

Seeking to Honor Heroic Act #unitedkingdom

Lara Samet <Lara.Samet@...>
 

Hello and thank you in advance for continuing...

I am writing as a volunteer at the HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society)
Family History and Location Service in New York and am seeking
assistance in locating an individual known to have immigrated to Great
Britain after the Holocaust. This man left a DP camp, presumably in the
mid/late 1940s, and settled in England after supposedly being taken in
by a family who is now applying for status as "Righteous Among the
Nations." Yad Vashem, who is behind my inquiry, needs to corroborate the
family's story before they can be honored. Thus, we must located MR. X,
a relative, or a descendant as soon as possible.

As we in New York are unfamiliar with the most useful sources for such
information in your country, and understand that census data is not yet
available for the time in question, we are hoping that someone can
inform us of any publications, resources, or libraries that would
further assist us in our search.

Many thanks,
Lara Samet
New York, NY

**** as I am only a volunteer, please send any response directly to Mr.
Valery Bazarov at
Valery.Bazarov@...

JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Seeking to Honor Heroic Act #unitedkingdom

Lara Samet <Lara.Samet@...>
 

Hello and thank you in advance for continuing...

I am writing as a volunteer at the HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society)
Family History and Location Service in New York and am seeking
assistance in locating an individual known to have immigrated to Great
Britain after the Holocaust. This man left a DP camp, presumably in the
mid/late 1940s, and settled in England after supposedly being taken in
by a family who is now applying for status as "Righteous Among the
Nations." Yad Vashem, who is behind my inquiry, needs to corroborate the
family's story before they can be honored. Thus, we must located MR. X,
a relative, or a descendant as soon as possible.

As we in New York are unfamiliar with the most useful sources for such
information in your country, and understand that census data is not yet
available for the time in question, we are hoping that someone can
inform us of any publications, resources, or libraries that would
further assist us in our search.

Many thanks,
Lara Samet
New York, NY

**** as I am only a volunteer, please send any response directly to Mr.
Valery Bazarov at
Valery.Bazarov@...

IAJGS International Conference OnJewish Genealogy #ciechanow #poland

Stan Zeidenberg
 

<<Important Reminders and Deadlines>>


1. The gala banquet of Thursday night will feature an incredible
speaker,live entertainment and a couple of special surprises. The
entire banquet will be strictly kosher and all reservations must be
made well in advance of the conference itself.

2. At breakfast and lunch there will be a unique opportunity to meet
and exchange views and insights with some of the heroes of Jewish
genealogy. Listen and learn as you enjoy a continental breakfast or
catered lunch.
Visit the Conference web site program page at
www.jgstoronto2002.ca/Programme.html and use the links for each
day of Conference to review the details. (Strictly Kosher meals
available on request}

3. You will not want to miss the advice and guidance available at
the conference JRI-Poland help desk, or the detailed presentation
of all the services and information available at the JewishGen web
site.

4. Those of you with roots in Eastern Canada will be able access
the indices to the Jewish vital records of Quebec compiled by the
Jewish Genealogical Society of Montreal. Indexing the 1841-1942
Jewish vital records of Quebec in the Drouin microfilm collection
was a four-year project of the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Montreal, completed in early 2002.

Jerry Tepperman
Marketing and Public Relations Chair

#Ciechanow #Poland IAJGS International Conference OnJewish Genealogy #ciechanow #poland

Stan Zeidenberg
 

<<Important Reminders and Deadlines>>


1. The gala banquet of Thursday night will feature an incredible
speaker,live entertainment and a couple of special surprises. The
entire banquet will be strictly kosher and all reservations must be
made well in advance of the conference itself.

2. At breakfast and lunch there will be a unique opportunity to meet
and exchange views and insights with some of the heroes of Jewish
genealogy. Listen and learn as you enjoy a continental breakfast or
catered lunch.
Visit the Conference web site program page at
www.jgstoronto2002.ca/Programme.html and use the links for each
day of Conference to review the details. (Strictly Kosher meals
available on request}

3. You will not want to miss the advice and guidance available at
the conference JRI-Poland help desk, or the detailed presentation
of all the services and information available at the JewishGen web
site.

4. Those of you with roots in Eastern Canada will be able access
the indices to the Jewish vital records of Quebec compiled by the
Jewish Genealogical Society of Montreal. Indexing the 1841-1942
Jewish vital records of Quebec in the Drouin microfilm collection
was a four-year project of the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Montreal, completed in early 2002.

Jerry Tepperman
Marketing and Public Relations Chair

KUCAN,KOCHAN #general

M K <butchkucan1@...>
 

am looking and researching family name of kucan/kochan who live in
israel, any help is appreciated..Please contact me thanks..
merle kucan

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KUCAN,KOCHAN #general

M K <butchkucan1@...>
 

am looking and researching family name of kucan/kochan who live in
israel, any help is appreciated..Please contact me thanks..
merle kucan

Firstname "Emanuel" on JRI-Poland data base #general

Mendelssohn <mendelssohn@...>
 

Dear friends ,

Is it possible to learn what is the frequency of the firstname "Emanuel" on
the JRI-Poland data-base?
It seems to be very rare and I wonder if I should research my ancestor
(born around 1820) under another firstname ,... even if he was indead
registered in Warszawa business Directory as "Emanuel Mendel(s)sohn " in
1870.
Best regards,
Florence Mendelssohn (Paris, France)

researching :
from Poland (Warszawa and Zamosc ) : MENDELSSOHN ; SZULCMAN ; DUTLINGER ;
KO(H)N ; MARKUSFELD ; PRENTKI (>from Boleslawiec ).
from Holland : BRANDON /OHEB BRANDAO ; DE JUNG ; VAN BROCK.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Firstname "Emanuel" on JRI-Poland data base #general

Mendelssohn <mendelssohn@...>
 

Dear friends ,

Is it possible to learn what is the frequency of the firstname "Emanuel" on
the JRI-Poland data-base?
It seems to be very rare and I wonder if I should research my ancestor
(born around 1820) under another firstname ,... even if he was indead
registered in Warszawa business Directory as "Emanuel Mendel(s)sohn " in
1870.
Best regards,
Florence Mendelssohn (Paris, France)

researching :
from Poland (Warszawa and Zamosc ) : MENDELSSOHN ; SZULCMAN ; DUTLINGER ;
KO(H)N ; MARKUSFELD ; PRENTKI (>from Boleslawiec ).
from Holland : BRANDON /OHEB BRANDAO ; DE JUNG ; VAN BROCK.

Chosid of the Kitchinova Rebbe #general

caren b rubio <carenru@...>
 

Dear Genners-
Can anyone provide me with information on the Kitchinova Rebbe and the
Chassidim who followed him?
Thank you!
Caren Rubio
carenru@...

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Chosid of the Kitchinova Rebbe #general

caren b rubio <carenru@...>
 

Dear Genners-
Can anyone provide me with information on the Kitchinova Rebbe and the
Chassidim who followed him?
Thank you!
Caren Rubio
carenru@...

Phone assistance in Netherlands #general

Ronald Gold
 

I need assistance by someone living in the Netherlands to make a couple of
phone calls in order to identify a Jewish child that was hidden during
World War II. I have the names and the towns where the people are located.
I will forward all details and information. The child was saved by a person
being nominated for a Righteous Gentile award.
Thanks in advance,
Ron Gold
Kansas City

Re: Holocaust refugees turned back to Europe from Palestine? #general

Paul Silverstone
 

The British government after 1937-38 started limiting Jewish immigration
into Palestine. In April 1939 the White Paper was issued limiting
Jewish immigration to 75,000 during the next five years.
Around that time three small ships arriving in Haifa were forced back
out to sea.
The Romanian steamer Sandu with 269 people on board was arrested on
March 23rd and sent back.
On April 1st, the Astir with 724 people was brought into Haifa. Among
these were 200 members of Betar. Forced to leave, the ship wandered the
Mediterranean for some 16 weeks, short of provisions.
On March 31st, the Aghios Nicolaos was fired on by a British patrol boat
and one refugee was killed. She had sailed >from Constanta. Her
passengers later landed secretly on the beach.
Worse, on April 11th the Assimi with 369 passengers arrived. The people
were detained on board while the captain was tried in court, and then
the ship was forced to leave on the 23rd. She was unseaworthy and in
urgent need of provisions and water. On July 7th, her passengers were
seized while trying to land at Nahariya.

All the people on these ships eventually made their way to Palestine
within a few months. All later arrivals were taken into Haifa and the
passengers interned at Sarafand or Athlit camps until the quota opened
up and they were released.

These were the only instances of people being turned away by the
Palestine authorities. Some other groups and ships never made it to
Palestine. In one large group detained at Kladovo in Yugoslavia, and
915 were killed by the Nazis after the German invasion in 1941.

Of the group deported to Mauritius in 1940, all were returned to
Palestine in 1945.

Complete information may be found in my booklet *Our Only Refuge, Oplen
the Gates!* I am also giving a talk on this subject at the Toronto
conference.

Paul Silverstone
New York

please reply to paulh@...


Elise Teitelbaum wrote:

b's'd
Dear People sh"y,
Can someone clarify the matter I heard of Holocaust refugees arriving in
Palestine, turned back to Europe to be killed?

Thanks to everyone who responded to my previous question about refugees in
barrels. My same writer friend is asking.

Shalom,
Elise Teitelbaum
eliseteitelbaum@...

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Phone assistance in Netherlands #general

Ronald Gold
 

I need assistance by someone living in the Netherlands to make a couple of
phone calls in order to identify a Jewish child that was hidden during
World War II. I have the names and the towns where the people are located.
I will forward all details and information. The child was saved by a person
being nominated for a Righteous Gentile award.
Thanks in advance,
Ron Gold
Kansas City

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Holocaust refugees turned back to Europe from Palestine? #general

Paul Silverstone
 

The British government after 1937-38 started limiting Jewish immigration
into Palestine. In April 1939 the White Paper was issued limiting
Jewish immigration to 75,000 during the next five years.
Around that time three small ships arriving in Haifa were forced back
out to sea.
The Romanian steamer Sandu with 269 people on board was arrested on
March 23rd and sent back.
On April 1st, the Astir with 724 people was brought into Haifa. Among
these were 200 members of Betar. Forced to leave, the ship wandered the
Mediterranean for some 16 weeks, short of provisions.
On March 31st, the Aghios Nicolaos was fired on by a British patrol boat
and one refugee was killed. She had sailed >from Constanta. Her
passengers later landed secretly on the beach.
Worse, on April 11th the Assimi with 369 passengers arrived. The people
were detained on board while the captain was tried in court, and then
the ship was forced to leave on the 23rd. She was unseaworthy and in
urgent need of provisions and water. On July 7th, her passengers were
seized while trying to land at Nahariya.

All the people on these ships eventually made their way to Palestine
within a few months. All later arrivals were taken into Haifa and the
passengers interned at Sarafand or Athlit camps until the quota opened
up and they were released.

These were the only instances of people being turned away by the
Palestine authorities. Some other groups and ships never made it to
Palestine. In one large group detained at Kladovo in Yugoslavia, and
915 were killed by the Nazis after the German invasion in 1941.

Of the group deported to Mauritius in 1940, all were returned to
Palestine in 1945.

Complete information may be found in my booklet *Our Only Refuge, Oplen
the Gates!* I am also giving a talk on this subject at the Toronto
conference.

Paul Silverstone
New York

please reply to paulh@...


Elise Teitelbaum wrote:

b's'd
Dear People sh"y,
Can someone clarify the matter I heard of Holocaust refugees arriving in
Palestine, turned back to Europe to be killed?

Thanks to everyone who responded to my previous question about refugees in
barrels. My same writer friend is asking.

Shalom,
Elise Teitelbaum
eliseteitelbaum@...