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Records of the Jewish Residence of Kletsk #belarus

Richard & Vicki
 

I am the great grandson of Milicent LAMBERT (Malka LAMBERT). As far as I
know she was born in Kletsk where her parents Israel Jacob and Tema were
timber merchants and also owned a dairy in Zefras Street. Milicent married
my great grandfather Eliezer GINSBERG there circa 1900 and my great uncle
was born there circa 1903. By 1905/06 the family were living in London,
England. I would like to trace our family history further back. Does
anyone know of any records that specifically relate to Kletsk? I'm finding
such records very hard to come by. Does anyone have any experince of
researching in Kletsk? If so, I would appreciate hearing >from you.

Richard Gilbert
Hertfordshire, England
mailto:richvic@...

Belarus SIG #Belarus Records of the Jewish Residence of Kletsk #belarus

Richard & Vicki
 

I am the great grandson of Milicent LAMBERT (Malka LAMBERT). As far as I
know she was born in Kletsk where her parents Israel Jacob and Tema were
timber merchants and also owned a dairy in Zefras Street. Milicent married
my great grandfather Eliezer GINSBERG there circa 1900 and my great uncle
was born there circa 1903. By 1905/06 the family were living in London,
England. I would like to trace our family history further back. Does
anyone know of any records that specifically relate to Kletsk? I'm finding
such records very hard to come by. Does anyone have any experince of
researching in Kletsk? If so, I would appreciate hearing >from you.

Richard Gilbert
Hertfordshire, England
mailto:richvic@...

Mittelman from Pinsk or vicinity #belarus

Stepak
 

Seeking the following or her descendants:
Chana daughter of Clara MITTELMAN, born in the early 1920s in Pinsk or
Lenin. Chana's married name is unknown.
In 1951 relatives in Israel received a letter >from Roosevelt Road in
Chicago. The origin of the family is Pinsk or Lenin, near Pinsk, and the
family immigrated to the US before World War II, probably in the early
1930s.
Please reply privately.
Ellen Stepak
Ramat Gan, Israel
mailto:estepak@...

Belarus SIG #Belarus Mittelman from Pinsk or vicinity #belarus

Stepak
 

Seeking the following or her descendants:
Chana daughter of Clara MITTELMAN, born in the early 1920s in Pinsk or
Lenin. Chana's married name is unknown.
In 1951 relatives in Israel received a letter >from Roosevelt Road in
Chicago. The origin of the family is Pinsk or Lenin, near Pinsk, and the
family immigrated to the US before World War II, probably in the early
1930s.
Please reply privately.
Ellen Stepak
Ramat Gan, Israel
mailto:estepak@...

Re: Shalom Rezhitsa in New York City #latvia

Judy Simon <hurricane.judy@...>
 

Dave, my mother's family is also >from Rezitza. The name of the Rezitze
organization in New York was B'nai Rezitza. My grandfather Sam Gold
(BROSGOL) belonged to B'nai Rezitza and my grandmother Jennie
(KAPELUSHNIK/KAPLAN) Gold belonged to the Rezitza Ladies' Auxiliary >from
1915 or so until the organizations disbanded. I have my grandfather's
copy of the Constitution and By-Laws of the B'nai Rezitza Association,
organized February 18, 1893 and incorporated July 8, 1935. In 1935, the
officers of the organization were: A. BASIN (Pres), J. HELD (V.Pres),
I. KIRSCHNER (Treas), A. SHAPIRO (Fin. Sec'y), M. KITT (Rec. Sec'y), E.
ROSENBERG (Trustee), B. COHEN (Trustee) and M. LEFKOWITZ (Trustee). The
Constitution Committee consisted of: J. HELD, J.S. SHAPIRO, S.I. RUBIN,
A. BASIN, I. KIRSCHNER, M. MALTINSKY, A. SHAPIRO, Ab. SHAPIRO, D.
LAMPERT, H. GOLDBLATT, E. ROSENBERG, D. GUDOWITZ, B. COHEN, M.
KIRSCHNER, and A. MEDNITZKY. My grandmother's sister Geshe (Gertie) was
married to Dave GOODOWITZ (GUDOWITZ) on the Constitution Committee. I
assume GOODOWITZ/GUDOWITZ and GUREWITZ are probably variants of the same
name.

Judy Simon
researching BROSGOL, KAPELUSHNIK >from Rezitza, Latvia; KELMER >from
Zychlin, Poland and LEFKOWITZ >from Skierniewice, Poland


Dave Howard wrote:

My family is >from Rezekne (Russian - Rezhitsa). I understand there used to
be a group in New York City of people >from R. called Shalom Rezhitsa or
something similar.
...snip...
Do any of you know anything about this New York based organization?

Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: Shalom Rezhitsa in New York City #latvia

Judy Simon <hurricane.judy@...>
 

Dave, my mother's family is also >from Rezitza. The name of the Rezitze
organization in New York was B'nai Rezitza. My grandfather Sam Gold
(BROSGOL) belonged to B'nai Rezitza and my grandmother Jennie
(KAPELUSHNIK/KAPLAN) Gold belonged to the Rezitza Ladies' Auxiliary >from
1915 or so until the organizations disbanded. I have my grandfather's
copy of the Constitution and By-Laws of the B'nai Rezitza Association,
organized February 18, 1893 and incorporated July 8, 1935. In 1935, the
officers of the organization were: A. BASIN (Pres), J. HELD (V.Pres),
I. KIRSCHNER (Treas), A. SHAPIRO (Fin. Sec'y), M. KITT (Rec. Sec'y), E.
ROSENBERG (Trustee), B. COHEN (Trustee) and M. LEFKOWITZ (Trustee). The
Constitution Committee consisted of: J. HELD, J.S. SHAPIRO, S.I. RUBIN,
A. BASIN, I. KIRSCHNER, M. MALTINSKY, A. SHAPIRO, Ab. SHAPIRO, D.
LAMPERT, H. GOLDBLATT, E. ROSENBERG, D. GUDOWITZ, B. COHEN, M.
KIRSCHNER, and A. MEDNITZKY. My grandmother's sister Geshe (Gertie) was
married to Dave GOODOWITZ (GUDOWITZ) on the Constitution Committee. I
assume GOODOWITZ/GUDOWITZ and GUREWITZ are probably variants of the same
name.

Judy Simon
researching BROSGOL, KAPELUSHNIK >from Rezitza, Latvia; KELMER >from
Zychlin, Poland and LEFKOWITZ >from Skierniewice, Poland


Dave Howard wrote:

My family is >from Rezekne (Russian - Rezhitsa). I understand there used to
be a group in New York City of people >from R. called Shalom Rezhitsa or
something similar.
...snip...
Do any of you know anything about this New York based organization?

Re: HORODENKA #galicia

Mark Halpern <willie46@...>
 

Christine:

The surname is probably HORODENKER, which means ">from Horodenka."
Horodenka is a Galician town only 23 miles >from Kolomea. The
German --er suffix means "from."

JRI-Poland has indexed the Kolomea records that are housed at the
AGAD Archives in Warsaw. You can search the database by going to
our homepage at www.jri-poland.org and click on "Search
Database." You will find over 60 index entries for HORODENKERs
from Kolomea.
The AGAD Kolomea project is not yet fully funded. Only $407 is
needed to complete the funding. You can help ensure the indexing
of future Kolomea records. Please consider a contribution to the
AGAD project. Information on contributing is available at
<http://www.jri-poland.org/agad/agadcontrib.htm>.

The AGAD record indices contained in the JRI-Poland database
would not be accessible to researchers without our host,
JewishGen. In addition to your contribution to the JRI-Poland
AGAD Project that supports indexing of the records, we hope you
will also give to JewishGen to help defray the cost of
maintaining these records. An easily accessible contribution form
is available at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/AGAD.html>.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Archives Coordinator
JRI-Poland


----- Original Message -----
I am looking for information re HORODENKA family >from Kolomea.
All I have is
Rifka HORODENKA (17) arriving on Ellis Island 1900, sponsored
by her father
Truel (sp) in New York. Any information would be greatfully
appreciated.

Christine in Canada

Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: HORODENKA #galicia

Mark Halpern <willie46@...>
 

Christine:

The surname is probably HORODENKER, which means ">from Horodenka."
Horodenka is a Galician town only 23 miles >from Kolomea. The
German --er suffix means "from."

JRI-Poland has indexed the Kolomea records that are housed at the
AGAD Archives in Warsaw. You can search the database by going to
our homepage at www.jri-poland.org and click on "Search
Database." You will find over 60 index entries for HORODENKERs
from Kolomea.
The AGAD Kolomea project is not yet fully funded. Only $407 is
needed to complete the funding. You can help ensure the indexing
of future Kolomea records. Please consider a contribution to the
AGAD project. Information on contributing is available at
<http://www.jri-poland.org/agad/agadcontrib.htm>.

The AGAD record indices contained in the JRI-Poland database
would not be accessible to researchers without our host,
JewishGen. In addition to your contribution to the JRI-Poland
AGAD Project that supports indexing of the records, we hope you
will also give to JewishGen to help defray the cost of
maintaining these records. An easily accessible contribution form
is available at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/AGAD.html>.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Archives Coordinator
JRI-Poland


----- Original Message -----
I am looking for information re HORODENKA family >from Kolomea.
All I have is
Rifka HORODENKA (17) arriving on Ellis Island 1900, sponsored
by her father
Truel (sp) in New York. Any information would be greatfully
appreciated.

Christine in Canada

Re: No surname on headstone - Russian Jewish Immigrants in late 19th C. #unitedkingdom

chaikin <chaikin@...>
 

I think the reason that the surname was not on the headstone was simply
because there had been a technical problem in connection with the stone
mason. For instance in my family one of my great grandmother's name on a
headstone at Edmonton Cemetery appears incorrectly as FREEDA LEVIN and in
another cemetery a great grandfather has his surname in English with an
important vowel missing making the name almost unrecognisable.
I think that not too much should be read into this. I would guess that the
stone masons were not necessarily Jews so there might have been
communication problems as the generation who were burying their dead were
not yet fluent with English and could not write the name.
Josie Barnett
Tekoa, Israel

JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Re: No surname on headstone - Russian Jewish Immigrants in late 19th C. #unitedkingdom

chaikin <chaikin@...>
 

I think the reason that the surname was not on the headstone was simply
because there had been a technical problem in connection with the stone
mason. For instance in my family one of my great grandmother's name on a
headstone at Edmonton Cemetery appears incorrectly as FREEDA LEVIN and in
another cemetery a great grandfather has his surname in English with an
important vowel missing making the name almost unrecognisable.
I think that not too much should be read into this. I would guess that the
stone masons were not necessarily Jews so there might have been
communication problems as the generation who were burying their dead were
not yet fluent with English and could not write the name.
Josie Barnett
Tekoa, Israel

The Galitzianer #galicia

Anita Frankel <frankel2@...>
 

A few weeks ago Edward Goldstein, Editor of
the Galitzianer, voiced concern that there was
not enough material for the next issue.

Then he produced a blockbuster.
Congratulations Ed!

Anita Frankel frankel2@...
Storrs, CT

Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia The Galitzianer #galicia

Anita Frankel <frankel2@...>
 

A few weeks ago Edward Goldstein, Editor of
the Galitzianer, voiced concern that there was
not enough material for the next issue.

Then he produced a blockbuster.
Congratulations Ed!

Anita Frankel frankel2@...
Storrs, CT

Re: Finnish Death Certificate #general

Lisa Lepore <llepore@...>
 

Robert -

I would start with the funeral home. The obituary
or cemetery should provide that information.
There must be some kind of document available
here as well.

If not, contact the US state department - this
page has the information
http://travel.state.gov/consular_records.html

"Report of the Death of an American Citizen
A document issued by an American embassy
or consulate reflecting the facts of a death abroad
of an American citizen. The document is based
upon the local death certificate.

I found one piece of information which said
death certificates are not public information
in Finland - only available to the next of kin.

The Genealogical Society of Finland -
http://www.genealogia.fi/sss/indexe.htm
maybe they can explain the process.

Lisa

----- Original Message -----
Subject: Finnish Death Certificate
Would anyone on this list be able to tell me how to
> obtain a death certificate >from Finland?
Robert Silverstein
Aurora, CO

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Finnish Death Certificate #general

Lisa Lepore <llepore@...>
 

Robert -

I would start with the funeral home. The obituary
or cemetery should provide that information.
There must be some kind of document available
here as well.

If not, contact the US state department - this
page has the information
http://travel.state.gov/consular_records.html

"Report of the Death of an American Citizen
A document issued by an American embassy
or consulate reflecting the facts of a death abroad
of an American citizen. The document is based
upon the local death certificate.

I found one piece of information which said
death certificates are not public information
in Finland - only available to the next of kin.

The Genealogical Society of Finland -
http://www.genealogia.fi/sss/indexe.htm
maybe they can explain the process.

Lisa

----- Original Message -----
Subject: Finnish Death Certificate
Would anyone on this list be able to tell me how to
> obtain a death certificate >from Finland?
Robert Silverstein
Aurora, CO

Re: 1933 New York City directory #general

ddshapiro@...
 

In Polk's New York City directory of the Boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx I
have found this entry for a relative. It says: Lang Henry (Sarah)
stationery 302 W 118th h 304 do

I know Sarah was his wife, he wa a stationer, lived 302 West 118th street

My question is, what does h 304 do stand for?
Home 304 ditto.

In other words, his business was at 302 W.
118th St. and his home was next door at 304 W.
118th.

David Shapiro
Jerusalem

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: 1933 New York City directory #general

ddshapiro@...
 

In Polk's New York City directory of the Boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx I
have found this entry for a relative. It says: Lang Henry (Sarah)
stationery 302 W 118th h 304 do

I know Sarah was his wife, he wa a stationer, lived 302 West 118th street

My question is, what does h 304 do stand for?
Home 304 ditto.

In other words, his business was at 302 W.
118th St. and his home was next door at 304 W.
118th.

David Shapiro
Jerusalem

searching CZARNIAK #general

Andrew Czarn <aczarn@...>
 

To anyone who can assist

Please peruse the following data and contact me if you feel you may have
any information relating to my family:

My Father: Kazimerz Czarniak, born 1924.
Survivor of Wieliczka concentration camp.

My Uncle: Stanislaw Czarniak.
Died Buchenwald concentration camp on 04 02 1944.
Given camp number 33 565.

My uncle: Roman czarniak.
Died in Italy in action.

My grandfather: Professor Stansilaw Czarniak.
Leading figure in education in Poland.
Born i believe sometime in the 1880's.
Possibly >from Zakopane.
Educated in Austria
and a member of the Austrian Army.

I apologize but the for little documentation i have
details are sketchy.

Thank you

AST Czarn

MODERATOR NOTE: You might want to look at the Jewishgen Holocaust Database:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen searching CZARNIAK #general

Andrew Czarn <aczarn@...>
 

To anyone who can assist

Please peruse the following data and contact me if you feel you may have
any information relating to my family:

My Father: Kazimerz Czarniak, born 1924.
Survivor of Wieliczka concentration camp.

My Uncle: Stanislaw Czarniak.
Died Buchenwald concentration camp on 04 02 1944.
Given camp number 33 565.

My uncle: Roman czarniak.
Died in Italy in action.

My grandfather: Professor Stansilaw Czarniak.
Leading figure in education in Poland.
Born i believe sometime in the 1880's.
Possibly >from Zakopane.
Educated in Austria
and a member of the Austrian Army.

I apologize but the for little documentation i have
details are sketchy.

Thank you

AST Czarn

MODERATOR NOTE: You might want to look at the Jewishgen Holocaust Database:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/

meaning of first name Irith (Irit) #general

bart <bart_stes@...>
 

Hi everyone,

My girlfriend's name is Irith and for a long time she has wondered what
her name means. >from the info we gathered on the internet, we think the
name has a Hebrew origin, but nothing conclusive there. So if anyone could
help us out or point us in the right direction, we would both be grateful.

Thanks,

Bart Stes.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen meaning of first name Irith (Irit) #general

bart <bart_stes@...>
 

Hi everyone,

My girlfriend's name is Irith and for a long time she has wondered what
her name means. >from the info we gathered on the internet, we think the
name has a Hebrew origin, but nothing conclusive there. So if anyone could
help us out or point us in the right direction, we would both be grateful.

Thanks,

Bart Stes.