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Russian translation help needed #general

Lois Bebergal <LB@...>
 

I would appreciate any help someone can give me in translating these
documents in Viewmate. They can be located in ViewMate below:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4538
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4539
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4540
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4541

Lois Bebergal
Atlanta, Georgia
Please respond privately to: LB50@msn.com

Searching: BIBERGAL, BEBERGAL, Zakroczym, Warsaw, Lodz; DROZDOVITZ,
Zakrocyzm, Nowy Dvor; ENGIEL, ENGEL, Zakroczym; KANTROWITZ, KHATEIVAH,
Trestina


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Russian translation help needed #general

Lois Bebergal <LB@...>
 

I would appreciate any help someone can give me in translating these
documents in Viewmate. They can be located in ViewMate below:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4538
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4539
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4540
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4541

Lois Bebergal
Atlanta, Georgia
Please respond privately to: LB50@msn.com

Searching: BIBERGAL, BEBERGAL, Zakroczym, Warsaw, Lodz; DROZDOVITZ,
Zakrocyzm, Nowy Dvor; ENGIEL, ENGEL, Zakroczym; KANTROWITZ, KHATEIVAH,
Trestina


Step 2: Use the Facilities of Jewishgen #general

Phyllis Kramer <phylliskramer1@...>
 

Alex asked :does anyone know how i should proceed >from here?? Are there any
websites or contacts that i can find to discover more information (about
Korostan)?

Two points: Alex, first, tell us just a little more about your family
(approx years of birth, emigration etc), what you have done (ie: census,
ellis island, jewishgen archives, foreign archives you've written to, etc)
and then tell us what you want to know......then we know how to best respond
to you.........

Next point: Why not use Jewishgen's resources?? Its the greatest collection
of genealogy databases and its designed for us! Many of us have been there
before and we've documented what we've found........

If you have not already done so, your search will be helped with the
following steps.
Go to JewishGen on the Web at http://www.jewishgen.org

1. Register surnames and towns at JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF)
<http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/> and search the existing listings (always
use the SOUNDEX). Email those researchers who might be >from the same family.
Once you register here, you can go onto the Family Tree of the Jewish People
(FTJP) and look thru thousands of individual entries.

2. Read the JewishGen FAQ written and updated frequently by Warren Blatt
<http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html>. If you are researching
Eastern Europe, read the eastern european faq too.

3. Look at the JewishGen Infofiles and Databases for articles of interest.
These are wonderful genealogical files are catalogued by subject and country
at <http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/> and
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases

4. use the general search facilities at
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Search.htm and prior messages
on this bulletin board at
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~archpop and
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop
(special interest group archives)

5. is there a shtetlinks web page for your town? It would give you history
and connect you with other researchers.

Another suggestion......when I research a town, I realize that
neighboring towns contained relatives.....so I get the latitude/longitude
of my town and another researcher claims his people are >from
some other town I dont recognize,...........I go into the
shtetl seeker on jewishgen........put in the coordinates of
my town.......then the other researchers town name......
and shtetl seeker will automatically compute the distance between
the two towns. This helps to know if I should pursue the
other researcher.

happy hunting!
Phyllis Kramer (phylliskramer1@att.net) searching:
KRAMER,WISNER, BEIM >from Jasienica Rosielna (galicia)
STECHER, TRACHMAN, FEIR >from Zmigrod (galicia)
LINDNER, MAUER, BERLIN, EICHEL >from Rohatyn (galicia) & Jassy
SCHEINER, KANDEL, SCHIMMEL >from Strzyzow & Dubiecko (galicia)
GUMBRECHT, ZIEGLER >from Germany


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Step 2: Use the Facilities of Jewishgen #general

Phyllis Kramer <phylliskramer1@...>
 

Alex asked :does anyone know how i should proceed >from here?? Are there any
websites or contacts that i can find to discover more information (about
Korostan)?

Two points: Alex, first, tell us just a little more about your family
(approx years of birth, emigration etc), what you have done (ie: census,
ellis island, jewishgen archives, foreign archives you've written to, etc)
and then tell us what you want to know......then we know how to best respond
to you.........

Next point: Why not use Jewishgen's resources?? Its the greatest collection
of genealogy databases and its designed for us! Many of us have been there
before and we've documented what we've found........

If you have not already done so, your search will be helped with the
following steps.
Go to JewishGen on the Web at http://www.jewishgen.org

1. Register surnames and towns at JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF)
<http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/> and search the existing listings (always
use the SOUNDEX). Email those researchers who might be >from the same family.
Once you register here, you can go onto the Family Tree of the Jewish People
(FTJP) and look thru thousands of individual entries.

2. Read the JewishGen FAQ written and updated frequently by Warren Blatt
<http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html>. If you are researching
Eastern Europe, read the eastern european faq too.

3. Look at the JewishGen Infofiles and Databases for articles of interest.
These are wonderful genealogical files are catalogued by subject and country
at <http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/> and
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases

4. use the general search facilities at
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Search.htm and prior messages
on this bulletin board at
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~archpop and
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop
(special interest group archives)

5. is there a shtetlinks web page for your town? It would give you history
and connect you with other researchers.

Another suggestion......when I research a town, I realize that
neighboring towns contained relatives.....so I get the latitude/longitude
of my town and another researcher claims his people are >from
some other town I dont recognize,...........I go into the
shtetl seeker on jewishgen........put in the coordinates of
my town.......then the other researchers town name......
and shtetl seeker will automatically compute the distance between
the two towns. This helps to know if I should pursue the
other researcher.

happy hunting!
Phyllis Kramer (phylliskramer1@att.net) searching:
KRAMER,WISNER, BEIM >from Jasienica Rosielna (galicia)
STECHER, TRACHMAN, FEIR >from Zmigrod (galicia)
LINDNER, MAUER, BERLIN, EICHEL >from Rohatyn (galicia) & Jassy
SCHEINER, KANDEL, SCHIMMEL >from Strzyzow & Dubiecko (galicia)
GUMBRECHT, ZIEGLER >from Germany


Viewmate 4537 #general

leslie malsbury
 

Im new to all this looking into family history and
finding my Ancesters... Well I started with nothing on
my grandmothers side and found a load of things on my
own. Now I am stuck as to where in Russia did my great
grandfather come from. I put it on the Viewmate to see
if anyone can help me out. Here is the link:

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4537

Please try and help me. It would be greatful.

Also how does one find out if they are >from the Levis
or other groups? My g grandfather's Last name is
Zuckerman. Isnt it by last names? Like I said I am new
to this. So any info would be great!!

Thanks Leslie


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate 4537 #general

leslie malsbury
 

Im new to all this looking into family history and
finding my Ancesters... Well I started with nothing on
my grandmothers side and found a load of things on my
own. Now I am stuck as to where in Russia did my great
grandfather come from. I put it on the Viewmate to see
if anyone can help me out. Here is the link:

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4537

Please try and help me. It would be greatful.

Also how does one find out if they are >from the Levis
or other groups? My g grandfather's Last name is
Zuckerman. Isnt it by last names? Like I said I am new
to this. So any info would be great!!

Thanks Leslie


Shanghai's Lost Jewish Memories #general

hfpjc
 

Hello Genners,

In an attempt to assist an acquaintance of ours in his decades-long search
for his father's grave-site and tombstone, I came across a great web-site,
and subsequently spoke to the guy who created it. But first, a little
background info.

Marvin Katz, who had passed away in April, 1942, was documented as buried at
the Point Road cemetery in Shanghai. Several decades later, his son, Mr.
Chaim Katz, currently residing in Los Angeles, California, chanced upon a
clipping of the German newspaper "AUFBAU", in which it was reported that the
cemetery had been relocated to an undisclosed location by order of the
Chinese Gov't. All his efforts at finding out further developments were
futile. In hte course of his search, he was referred to a recent project
created by a Mr. Dvir Bar Gil to unearth the lost Jewish headstones and
gravesites of Shanghai. Eventually, he created a web-site with the names of
the tombstones he had managed to locate. Unfortunately

I recently spoke to Dvir, an Israeli residing in Shanghai, and he mentioned
that in spite of the web-site, he hasn't received much of a response. Of
course, I immediately thought of you guys. I suggest that you take a look at
the impressive site. There is a brief movie showing some individual removing
the stones, photos of each tombstone discovered cor easy viewing by
searching by family name, as well as other pertinent info on the entire
project:

www.shanghaijewishmemorial.com

So those of you whose genealogical leads have led you to China, or know of
others who have some connection there and are looking for additional info,
this might be of help. Personally, I think it's a veritable gold mine for
those whose genealogical searches include Shanghai. Unfortunately, I have
been unable to determine the accuracy of the location of Marvin Katz's
tombstone; there is a photo of a Katz tombstone, but it is barely legible,
making it impossible to determine the rest of the information. Perhaps by
using some of the methods we at the HFPJC use to clarify the texts of the
tombstones we restore, some more info can be gleaned.

You can aso contact Mr. Bar Gil at info@shanghaijewishmemorial.com for
additional information.


Good luck , and thanks!

Toby Mendlowitz
Assistant Director
HFPJC
Brooklyn, NY 11211
E-mail: hfpjc@thejnet.com
Web: www.jewishcemeterypreservation.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Shanghai's Lost Jewish Memories #general

hfpjc
 

Hello Genners,

In an attempt to assist an acquaintance of ours in his decades-long search
for his father's grave-site and tombstone, I came across a great web-site,
and subsequently spoke to the guy who created it. But first, a little
background info.

Marvin Katz, who had passed away in April, 1942, was documented as buried at
the Point Road cemetery in Shanghai. Several decades later, his son, Mr.
Chaim Katz, currently residing in Los Angeles, California, chanced upon a
clipping of the German newspaper "AUFBAU", in which it was reported that the
cemetery had been relocated to an undisclosed location by order of the
Chinese Gov't. All his efforts at finding out further developments were
futile. In hte course of his search, he was referred to a recent project
created by a Mr. Dvir Bar Gil to unearth the lost Jewish headstones and
gravesites of Shanghai. Eventually, he created a web-site with the names of
the tombstones he had managed to locate. Unfortunately

I recently spoke to Dvir, an Israeli residing in Shanghai, and he mentioned
that in spite of the web-site, he hasn't received much of a response. Of
course, I immediately thought of you guys. I suggest that you take a look at
the impressive site. There is a brief movie showing some individual removing
the stones, photos of each tombstone discovered cor easy viewing by
searching by family name, as well as other pertinent info on the entire
project:

www.shanghaijewishmemorial.com

So those of you whose genealogical leads have led you to China, or know of
others who have some connection there and are looking for additional info,
this might be of help. Personally, I think it's a veritable gold mine for
those whose genealogical searches include Shanghai. Unfortunately, I have
been unable to determine the accuracy of the location of Marvin Katz's
tombstone; there is a photo of a Katz tombstone, but it is barely legible,
making it impossible to determine the rest of the information. Perhaps by
using some of the methods we at the HFPJC use to clarify the texts of the
tombstones we restore, some more info can be gleaned.

You can aso contact Mr. Bar Gil at info@shanghaijewishmemorial.com for
additional information.


Good luck , and thanks!

Toby Mendlowitz
Assistant Director
HFPJC
Brooklyn, NY 11211
E-mail: hfpjc@thejnet.com
Web: www.jewishcemeterypreservation.org


Jerusalem Post - Australia's Jews #general

Micha Reisel
 

Dear List,

Schelly Talalay Dardashti's newest "It's All Relative:
Convicts and Ghosts" is now up on the Jerusalem Post
website. Louise Rosenberg, 90, of Sydney, Australia
attended the recent Jerusalem conference to introduce
her book, "Of Folktales and Jewish Folk in Australian
History," about "down under" Jews, >from First Fleet
arrivals through contemporary contributions. Fifteen
adults and a baby were the first arrivals on January
26, 1788, the beginnings of this fascinating
community.

See http://tinyurl.com/44wxw for the whole
article or go to www.jpost.com
look for section head Jewish World
click and look for It's All Relative.

take care
micha

Micha Reisel, Hod haSharon, Israel
Vice-President of JFRA-Israel
[Researching Sakiai, Kalvarija, Ostryna,
Hanau, Neustadtgoedens, Goor and Meppel]


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jerusalem Post - Australia's Jews #general

Micha Reisel
 

Dear List,

Schelly Talalay Dardashti's newest "It's All Relative:
Convicts and Ghosts" is now up on the Jerusalem Post
website. Louise Rosenberg, 90, of Sydney, Australia
attended the recent Jerusalem conference to introduce
her book, "Of Folktales and Jewish Folk in Australian
History," about "down under" Jews, >from First Fleet
arrivals through contemporary contributions. Fifteen
adults and a baby were the first arrivals on January
26, 1788, the beginnings of this fascinating
community.

See http://tinyurl.com/44wxw for the whole
article or go to www.jpost.com
look for section head Jewish World
click and look for It's All Relative.

take care
micha

Micha Reisel, Hod haSharon, Israel
Vice-President of JFRA-Israel
[Researching Sakiai, Kalvarija, Ostryna,
Hanau, Neustadtgoedens, Goor and Meppel]


*History of the Jews in America* by Wiernik(1912) On-Line! #general

richard may
 

Dear community,

A popular commercial site for tracing one's ancestry
now has a searchable database of *History of the Jews
in America* on-line! Please see outline below:
**********************************************

History of the Jews in America

About this book

Source: History of the Jews in America : >from the
period of the discovery of the New World to the
present time. Wiernik, Peter,. New York. Jewish Press
Pub. Co.. 1912.

Notes: Includes bibliographical references and
index.


Subjects: Jews -- United States.
Jews -- Canada.
Jews -- South America.
Jews -- History -- 70-
United States
Canada
South America


Table of Contents

Front matter
Title page
Contents
Introduction
Part I. The Spanish and Portuguese period
Part II. The Dutch and English Colonial period
Part III. The Revolution and period of expansion
Part IV. The second or German period of immigration
Part V. The Civil War and the formative period
Part VI. The third or Russian period of immigration
Part VII. The twentieth century. Present conditions
Index
****************************************************

I have no connection with this site and do not even
have access to the database at present.

Hope that this may be of interest to someone!

Richard May
Buffalo, New York, U.S.A.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen *History of the Jews in America* by Wiernik(1912) On-Line! #general

richard may
 

Dear community,

A popular commercial site for tracing one's ancestry
now has a searchable database of *History of the Jews
in America* on-line! Please see outline below:
**********************************************

History of the Jews in America

About this book

Source: History of the Jews in America : >from the
period of the discovery of the New World to the
present time. Wiernik, Peter,. New York. Jewish Press
Pub. Co.. 1912.

Notes: Includes bibliographical references and
index.


Subjects: Jews -- United States.
Jews -- Canada.
Jews -- South America.
Jews -- History -- 70-
United States
Canada
South America


Table of Contents

Front matter
Title page
Contents
Introduction
Part I. The Spanish and Portuguese period
Part II. The Dutch and English Colonial period
Part III. The Revolution and period of expansion
Part IV. The second or German period of immigration
Part V. The Civil War and the formative period
Part VI. The third or Russian period of immigration
Part VII. The twentieth century. Present conditions
Index
****************************************************

I have no connection with this site and do not even
have access to the database at present.

Hope that this may be of interest to someone!

Richard May
Buffalo, New York, U.S.A.


Re: The Jewish residents of Czarist St. Petersburg #general

Elsebeth Paikin <ElsebethPaikin@...>
 

At 06:09 06-08-2004, HeyJudy123@aol.com wrote:
I have noticed some bewildered questions on this forum as to
whether there were Jews in Czarist St. Petersburg, and how they
came to be there.
...snip...
Yes, my paternal grandfather's father had done something that was
considered to be a great service to the Czar and, for this, he had
been awarded a permit to live in Petersburg, known as
the "Czar's own city."
...snip...
Here comes another example:

My husband's great-grandfather, Abraham (Roslov) Ioselev KVIATKOWSKI (his
wife was Gute Zaimovna SHAITS) served many years - until 1866 - in the
Czar's army (in Ostashkov where he lived with his family) and then
volunteered for some more years. For this he was granted permission to
settle in any town of his choice and the permission was hereditary. He
chose St. Petersburg where the family lived until the late 1990'ies - when
the last members of the family emigrated to the US.

In the family we still have copies of the document granting this permission
(and it includes a thorough list of all the family members!) - it was
(naturally!!)
considered worth more than gold for many years.

P.S. I am still hoping for a St. Petersburg SIG! - or something like it.

Best regards

Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgs-denmark
mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: The Jewish residents of Czarist St. Petersburg #general

Elsebeth Paikin <ElsebethPaikin@...>
 

At 06:09 06-08-2004, HeyJudy123@aol.com wrote:
I have noticed some bewildered questions on this forum as to
whether there were Jews in Czarist St. Petersburg, and how they
came to be there.
...snip...
Yes, my paternal grandfather's father had done something that was
considered to be a great service to the Czar and, for this, he had
been awarded a permit to live in Petersburg, known as
the "Czar's own city."
...snip...
Here comes another example:

My husband's great-grandfather, Abraham (Roslov) Ioselev KVIATKOWSKI (his
wife was Gute Zaimovna SHAITS) served many years - until 1866 - in the
Czar's army (in Ostashkov where he lived with his family) and then
volunteered for some more years. For this he was granted permission to
settle in any town of his choice and the permission was hereditary. He
chose St. Petersburg where the family lived until the late 1990'ies - when
the last members of the family emigrated to the US.

In the family we still have copies of the document granting this permission
(and it includes a thorough list of all the family members!) - it was
(naturally!!)
considered worth more than gold for many years.

P.S. I am still hoping for a St. Petersburg SIG! - or something like it.

Best regards

Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgs-denmark
mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk


Searching All of JewishGen #galicia

Marjorie Rosenfeld <marjorierosenfeld@...>
 

Thanks to JewishGen and whoever did the work of adding a marvelous bit
of functionality to the site, JewishGen now has a button over on the right-hand
side of the main page and near the top that allows a global search of
everything at JewishGen. It seems that many people writing to the
discussion group with questions may not be aware of this.

I recently plugged a surname I'm researching into the search window that
comes up when you click on this search button; and I got a whole list of
hits, with all sorts of information I had never seen before.

Folks, this search button is a logical starting place for beginners and
a wonderful resource even for people who have been doing research for a
long time

Try it. You'll like it!

Marjorie Stamm Rosenfeld
Carlsbad, CA


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Searching All of JewishGen #galicia

Marjorie Rosenfeld <marjorierosenfeld@...>
 

Thanks to JewishGen and whoever did the work of adding a marvelous bit
of functionality to the site, JewishGen now has a button over on the right-hand
side of the main page and near the top that allows a global search of
everything at JewishGen. It seems that many people writing to the
discussion group with questions may not be aware of this.

I recently plugged a surname I'm researching into the search window that
comes up when you click on this search button; and I got a whole list of
hits, with all sorts of information I had never seen before.

Folks, this search button is a logical starting place for beginners and
a wonderful resource even for people who have been doing research for a
long time

Try it. You'll like it!

Marjorie Stamm Rosenfeld
Carlsbad, CA


History of the Catskills Conference #general

Phil Brown <Phil_Brown@...>
 

The Catskills Institute presents
10th Annual History of the Catskills Conference
August 27-29, 2004
Kutsher's Country Club
Monticello, NY

Speakers: Rachel Kranson, "The Luxurious Left: A History of White Lake
Lodge," John Conway, "The Search for the Cure and Its Impact on Sullivan
County: The Sanitarium Movement in America; " Bernie Cohen and Harold Gold,
"Local Businesses and the Resorts," Robert Dadras "Resort Architecture in
the Catskills," Evelyn Haas and Leo Lipkowitz, "Running Hotels and Bungalow
Colonies"

Bus tour: (optional, 3 hours), "Woodridge, Greenfield Park, & Ulster
Heights"

Film showing: "A Walk on the Moon"

Costs are low - Detailed schedule and registration form:
http://catskills.brown.edu. Info: catskills@brown.edu or 617-354-6138.
Please preregister for bus tour (limited space).

Room reservations: Call Kutsher's: (800) 431-1273. Discounted rates include
3 kosher meals. It's not necessary to stay at the hotel to attend.

visit the Catskills Institute website http://catskills.brown.edu


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen History of the Catskills Conference #general

Phil Brown <Phil_Brown@...>
 

The Catskills Institute presents
10th Annual History of the Catskills Conference
August 27-29, 2004
Kutsher's Country Club
Monticello, NY

Speakers: Rachel Kranson, "The Luxurious Left: A History of White Lake
Lodge," John Conway, "The Search for the Cure and Its Impact on Sullivan
County: The Sanitarium Movement in America; " Bernie Cohen and Harold Gold,
"Local Businesses and the Resorts," Robert Dadras "Resort Architecture in
the Catskills," Evelyn Haas and Leo Lipkowitz, "Running Hotels and Bungalow
Colonies"

Bus tour: (optional, 3 hours), "Woodridge, Greenfield Park, & Ulster
Heights"

Film showing: "A Walk on the Moon"

Costs are low - Detailed schedule and registration form:
http://catskills.brown.edu. Info: catskills@brown.edu or 617-354-6138.
Please preregister for bus tour (limited space).

Room reservations: Call Kutsher's: (800) 431-1273. Discounted rates include
3 kosher meals. It's not necessary to stay at the hotel to attend.

visit the Catskills Institute website http://catskills.brown.edu


Lwow Ghetto list #galicia

Shana Green <charna18@...>
 

Dear All,

This is a revision of my message sent 8 Aug 04. I need help with what is in some
of the columns.

Subject: Lwow Ghetto list Begleitschnein.Verzeichnis der behobenen
Passierscheine Auto werkstatte.

I received a list of names >from the jgffalert. I need some help please
from the Galician members. I have several questions about information listed
(or not listed) in the columns of the Lwow Ghetto list and would appreciate
clarification:

ID FrameLine And ID Number. What does that mean?

Name and Nationality, no nationality is listed. Why not?

Birth Place. Some have a date and some have a town.

Address Residence. Here is what I do not understand as I read.
e.g. In Kaserne 1, many different people were living there. There is a
SCHUSTER and a SCHNEIDER living in Kaserne 1. Is this address in the
Ghetto or their home address?

Profession /Workplace. Is this what they did in the ghetto? What do the
column headings mean?
A list of names in Polish with columns ZMarl. Pogrzebano.
A list of names in German with columns. The heading was Verzeichnis.
VoruZuname Anschrift Bemrkung.

Can some one please clarify these for me? Please respond privately.

With gratitude,

Shana Green [Schuster]
Melbourne Australia
Reply to: charna18@bigpond.com

Looking for family: SCHUSTER, DRUKER, GOLDBERG, MULLER all >from Cieszanow,
Lviv and Dzikow Stary


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Lwow Ghetto list #galicia

Shana Green <charna18@...>
 

Dear All,

This is a revision of my message sent 8 Aug 04. I need help with what is in some
of the columns.

Subject: Lwow Ghetto list Begleitschnein.Verzeichnis der behobenen
Passierscheine Auto werkstatte.

I received a list of names >from the jgffalert. I need some help please
from the Galician members. I have several questions about information listed
(or not listed) in the columns of the Lwow Ghetto list and would appreciate
clarification:

ID FrameLine And ID Number. What does that mean?

Name and Nationality, no nationality is listed. Why not?

Birth Place. Some have a date and some have a town.

Address Residence. Here is what I do not understand as I read.
e.g. In Kaserne 1, many different people were living there. There is a
SCHUSTER and a SCHNEIDER living in Kaserne 1. Is this address in the
Ghetto or their home address?

Profession /Workplace. Is this what they did in the ghetto? What do the
column headings mean?
A list of names in Polish with columns ZMarl. Pogrzebano.
A list of names in German with columns. The heading was Verzeichnis.
VoruZuname Anschrift Bemrkung.

Can some one please clarify these for me? Please respond privately.

With gratitude,

Shana Green [Schuster]
Melbourne Australia
Reply to: charna18@bigpond.com

Looking for family: SCHUSTER, DRUKER, GOLDBERG, MULLER all >from Cieszanow,
Lviv and Dzikow Stary