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I want to find POLYAK; REIZER; ZOLOTARSKI #ukraine

Char & Sam Showel
 

I found that pages of testamony were submitted on new found
relatives, but I am not sure how to contact the submitters.

BARUKH ZOLOTARSKI, an Aunt, submitted information on a NELYA
AZOS/AZUS

ROZA POLYAK and ESTER REIZER submitted information on a ARON
BALZAK. ROZA POLYAK is a brother and ESTER REIZER is a relative.

These people are in the Ukraine or in Israel, but the pages were
written in Cyrillic which leads me to think they are in the Ukraine.

If I don't hear anything on these people, I will scan the document
and submit it on view mate.

Charlotte Showel, President
JGS of Southern Nevada, Inc.
Hosting the 2005 IAJGS Conference
See our web site at www.jgssn.org


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine I want to find POLYAK; REIZER; ZOLOTARSKI #ukraine

Char & Sam Showel
 

I found that pages of testamony were submitted on new found
relatives, but I am not sure how to contact the submitters.

BARUKH ZOLOTARSKI, an Aunt, submitted information on a NELYA
AZOS/AZUS

ROZA POLYAK and ESTER REIZER submitted information on a ARON
BALZAK. ROZA POLYAK is a brother and ESTER REIZER is a relative.

These people are in the Ukraine or in Israel, but the pages were
written in Cyrillic which leads me to think they are in the Ukraine.

If I don't hear anything on these people, I will scan the document
and submit it on view mate.

Charlotte Showel, President
JGS of Southern Nevada, Inc.
Hosting the 2005 IAJGS Conference
See our web site at www.jgssn.org


Posting interests - Shine, Chein, - Latvia #latvia

Phil <phil0stine@...>
 

Hi fellow genners,

Just posting my interests, searching for SHINE(English), CHEIN (Latvian)
or other variations. Family left >from Riga in 30th March 1904 and
arrived in London's East End.

from my grandfathers passport it looks as though they came >from
Freidrichstatd/Juanjelgava.

Other names that relatives have mentioned to me are: SHONE, CHARMAN,
KRONSEIN, HALPRY.

Kind regards

Phil Shine
(surname looked up by moderator)

* MODERATOR:
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* 1. to write all surnames in ALL CAPS
* 2. to sign your messages with your full name
* and city and state/country.
* Thanking you in advance.
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Latvia SIG #Latvia Posting interests - Shine, Chein, - Latvia #latvia

Phil <phil0stine@...>
 

Hi fellow genners,

Just posting my interests, searching for SHINE(English), CHEIN (Latvian)
or other variations. Family left >from Riga in 30th March 1904 and
arrived in London's East End.

from my grandfathers passport it looks as though they came >from
Freidrichstatd/Juanjelgava.

Other names that relatives have mentioned to me are: SHONE, CHARMAN,
KRONSEIN, HALPRY.

Kind regards

Phil Shine
(surname looked up by moderator)

* MODERATOR:
* Please remember that it is required for all JewishGen mailings lists:
* 1. to write all surnames in ALL CAPS
* 2. to sign your messages with your full name
* and city and state/country.
* Thanking you in advance.
* Moderator on duty
************************************************************************


Re: Jacob STERNBERG's family #usa

Judy Snyder <yahudeit@...>
 

Mr. Steinberg,
I have a ggg-grandmother whose name was Vina, maiden
name COLE, whose daughter, my gg-grandmother,
was in an orphange until she married. My gg-grandmother's
name was Georgia PARIN according to record, but we
do not know if they were accurate and the paper trail
stops there. We do not know her father's name because
it was written down as Chacham (a student rabbi).
DOB is not known for sure but was thought
to be around the 1880's and she had an older brother
that named William but I am told that his last name
is BARNETT. He would visit her >from time to time.
I thought that Vina and Bina to be similar and the
orphange could be a similarity, also. I do have
cousins I do not know in Ohio.

Judy L.Snyder Dallas, Texas


Early American SIG #USA RE: Jacob STERNBERG's family #usa

Judy Snyder <yahudeit@...>
 

Mr. Steinberg,
I have a ggg-grandmother whose name was Vina, maiden
name COLE, whose daughter, my gg-grandmother,
was in an orphange until she married. My gg-grandmother's
name was Georgia PARIN according to record, but we
do not know if they were accurate and the paper trail
stops there. We do not know her father's name because
it was written down as Chacham (a student rabbi).
DOB is not known for sure but was thought
to be around the 1880's and she had an older brother
that named William but I am told that his last name
is BARNETT. He would visit her >from time to time.
I thought that Vina and Bina to be similar and the
orphange could be a similarity, also. I do have
cousins I do not know in Ohio.

Judy L.Snyder Dallas, Texas


Re: Searching Hellena STALLMANN from Berlin #germany

Carol Baird <sbaird@...>
 

Hi again,
I just realized that I also have the Berlin gedenkbuch! "GEDENKBUCH BERLINS
der juedischen Opfer des Nationalsozialismus" by the Freie Universitaet
Berlin, Zentralinstitut fuer sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung (Hrsg.),
edition Hentrich 1995.

STALLMANN, Helene geb. Heuser geb. am 05.06.63* in Gelsenkirchen, Westfalen;
Wilmersdorf, Babelsberger Str. 18. Alterstransport vom 09.02.44,
Theresienstadt; Todesort: Theresiendstadt im April 1944.
Again, sorry for such sad information, but at least now you know.

Carol Baird Southern California ----- Original Message -----

Searching Hellena STALLMANN >from Berlin and Meta STERN >from Kassel Germany
From: Rubens_S@t-online.de (shmuel.rubens) Thu, 25 Nov 2004
Hallo dear GERSIGs
I have found some entries in the Yad Va Shem data base
these are Helene STALLMANN >from berlin , babelsbergstr. 17-18 Berlin
Wimenrsdorf and maybe Meta STERN >from Kasses in Hessen Germany
Lena STALLMANN nee HEUSER was a cousin of my grandfather Sally RUBENS.
( berlin also )
does anybody has a Berlin name lists book or KASSEL name list book
with some information on this two names ( and eventual families ?)
or maybe links to some institutes which might have information about them ?
please contact me per email , rub1@owl-online.de
Rubens Shmuel Paderborn NRW Germany


German SIG #Germany Re: Searching Hellena STALLMANN from Berlin #germany

Carol Baird <sbaird@...>
 

Hi again,
I just realized that I also have the Berlin gedenkbuch! "GEDENKBUCH BERLINS
der juedischen Opfer des Nationalsozialismus" by the Freie Universitaet
Berlin, Zentralinstitut fuer sozialwissenschaftliche Forschung (Hrsg.),
edition Hentrich 1995.

STALLMANN, Helene geb. Heuser geb. am 05.06.63* in Gelsenkirchen, Westfalen;
Wilmersdorf, Babelsberger Str. 18. Alterstransport vom 09.02.44,
Theresienstadt; Todesort: Theresiendstadt im April 1944.
Again, sorry for such sad information, but at least now you know.

Carol Baird Southern California ----- Original Message -----

Searching Hellena STALLMANN >from Berlin and Meta STERN >from Kassel Germany
From: Rubens_S@t-online.de (shmuel.rubens) Thu, 25 Nov 2004
Hallo dear GERSIGs
I have found some entries in the Yad Va Shem data base
these are Helene STALLMANN >from berlin , babelsbergstr. 17-18 Berlin
Wimenrsdorf and maybe Meta STERN >from Kasses in Hessen Germany
Lena STALLMANN nee HEUSER was a cousin of my grandfather Sally RUBENS.
( berlin also )
does anybody has a Berlin name lists book or KASSEL name list book
with some information on this two names ( and eventual families ?)
or maybe links to some institutes which might have information about them ?
please contact me per email , rub1@owl-online.de
Rubens Shmuel Paderborn NRW Germany


Re: INTRO - researching TURSZYNSKI family from Berlin #germany

Judith Goldsmith <judithgoldsmith@...>
 

Dear Uwe,
Re: TURSZYNSKI
I have recently been helping a friend to search his family through
JewishGen. His ancestral name is TRZINCKA >from a town he
thinks was called Lipnic in Poland.
I have not had much luck helping him, and have asked him to
look for more information >from whatever documents his family
might have. However, I'm going to share what I
found, as you might well be talking about the same family line.
(Since the names were transliterated >from the Russian alphabet,
the Latin alphabet spelling was an approximation of the sound;
variants of the name written in the Roman alphabet might well have
exactly the same spelling in Russian Cyrillic.)

There is a Charles Trzincka in Buffalo, New York (found through
Internet searches), but that is all I could find with that exact spelling.

Other possible spellings include: CJANICKI, TRZUANSKI,
TRZCSANSKA, SZNJEK, SZNJEG, SZEJING, TYKOCINSKI,
SZANIECKI, SZAJNIAK, SZAJNIAK, SZENIAK, SANNICKI, SENICKI,
SENNICKI, SZYNICKA / SZYNICKI, SZNEK, SZMIGA, SANICKI

I searched most of the various spellings, and discovered that the
spelling TRZCINSKI appears to be quite a common Polish name
and has a LOT of information available on it. Trzcinski apparently was
also a Christian name, even of some noble families.

http://www.genealogy.com/genealogy/users/t/r/z/Jane-C-Trzcinski/
http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/board/an/surnames.trzcinski
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/t/r/z/Michael-G-Trzcinski/
http://www.utexas.edu/depts/eems/Polish.html - has a film called
A Woman and a Woman with music by Wojciech Trzcinski.
Wojciech Trzcinski is a called a 93great artist94 at
http://www.portlandpolonia.org/Archiwum.php

Trzcinski can be found quite a few more places on the Internet.

But Trzcinski may also have been a Jewish name, because at
http://www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/e-europe/pol-l.html
there is an Andrzei Trzcinski who is researching the Lublin Jewish
cemetery (SE of Warsaw), although perhaps he is a Christian Pole
helping with the research.

So I would suggest you might look for a Polish origin to your family,
and that you try searching the many variants of the name.
Unfortunately, I was not able to find exactly which town
my friend's "Lipnic" might be referring to, so I have not been able to
figure out what part of Poland to look further in for my friend,
and that is critical to researching Poland on JewishGen and
elsewhere since places that have been Poland in the past
are now part of four other nations.

Anyway, I hope you find this helpful, and good luck with your
search. Please note, this is NOT my family, but if you ever find
roots in Poland, I will be happy to connect you with my friend.

Judith Goldsmithn Oakland, California

On Nov 24, 2004, at 12:04 AM, Antiquariat Turszynski wrote:
Hello,
I am just new to this list - hope that this group will help to bring
some light or new ideas in researching my family history...
Unfortunately I do know almost nothing about my ancestors; my
grandfather Martin Richard TURSZYNSKI was born in 1902, son of
Siegfried TURSZYNSKI and Dorothea Rosa LEVY.
Best regards, Uwe Turszynski Muenchen, Germany


German SIG #Germany Re: INTRO - researching TURSZYNSKI family from Berlin #germany

Judith Goldsmith <judithgoldsmith@...>
 

Dear Uwe,
Re: TURSZYNSKI
I have recently been helping a friend to search his family through
JewishGen. His ancestral name is TRZINCKA >from a town he
thinks was called Lipnic in Poland.
I have not had much luck helping him, and have asked him to
look for more information >from whatever documents his family
might have. However, I'm going to share what I
found, as you might well be talking about the same family line.
(Since the names were transliterated >from the Russian alphabet,
the Latin alphabet spelling was an approximation of the sound;
variants of the name written in the Roman alphabet might well have
exactly the same spelling in Russian Cyrillic.)

There is a Charles Trzincka in Buffalo, New York (found through
Internet searches), but that is all I could find with that exact spelling.

Other possible spellings include: CJANICKI, TRZUANSKI,
TRZCSANSKA, SZNJEK, SZNJEG, SZEJING, TYKOCINSKI,
SZANIECKI, SZAJNIAK, SZAJNIAK, SZENIAK, SANNICKI, SENICKI,
SENNICKI, SZYNICKA / SZYNICKI, SZNEK, SZMIGA, SANICKI

I searched most of the various spellings, and discovered that the
spelling TRZCINSKI appears to be quite a common Polish name
and has a LOT of information available on it. Trzcinski apparently was
also a Christian name, even of some noble families.

http://www.genealogy.com/genealogy/users/t/r/z/Jane-C-Trzcinski/
http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/board/an/surnames.trzcinski
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/t/r/z/Michael-G-Trzcinski/
http://www.utexas.edu/depts/eems/Polish.html - has a film called
A Woman and a Woman with music by Wojciech Trzcinski.
Wojciech Trzcinski is a called a 93great artist94 at
http://www.portlandpolonia.org/Archiwum.php

Trzcinski can be found quite a few more places on the Internet.

But Trzcinski may also have been a Jewish name, because at
http://www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/e-europe/pol-l.html
there is an Andrzei Trzcinski who is researching the Lublin Jewish
cemetery (SE of Warsaw), although perhaps he is a Christian Pole
helping with the research.

So I would suggest you might look for a Polish origin to your family,
and that you try searching the many variants of the name.
Unfortunately, I was not able to find exactly which town
my friend's "Lipnic" might be referring to, so I have not been able to
figure out what part of Poland to look further in for my friend,
and that is critical to researching Poland on JewishGen and
elsewhere since places that have been Poland in the past
are now part of four other nations.

Anyway, I hope you find this helpful, and good luck with your
search. Please note, this is NOT my family, but if you ever find
roots in Poland, I will be happy to connect you with my friend.

Judith Goldsmithn Oakland, California

On Nov 24, 2004, at 12:04 AM, Antiquariat Turszynski wrote:
Hello,
I am just new to this list - hope that this group will help to bring
some light or new ideas in researching my family history...
Unfortunately I do know almost nothing about my ancestors; my
grandfather Martin Richard TURSZYNSKI was born in 1902, son of
Siegfried TURSZYNSKI and Dorothea Rosa LEVY.
Best regards, Uwe Turszynski Muenchen, Germany


Album #galicia

Simon Barak
 

The Association of Former Residents of Drogobych, Borislav and the
vicinity is planing the gathering of photographs for the eventual
publication of an Album of photographies, especially Groups, Landscapes
and Landmarks, for the benefit of it's members and families.
Anybody willing to participate in the gathering of photos' please
respond directly to me and I will pass the data to the Chairman, Mr
Ethan Burg

Dr Shimon Barak
simonb@netvision.net.il


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Album #galicia

Simon Barak
 

The Association of Former Residents of Drogobych, Borislav and the
vicinity is planing the gathering of photographs for the eventual
publication of an Album of photographies, especially Groups, Landscapes
and Landmarks, for the benefit of it's members and families.
Anybody willing to participate in the gathering of photos' please
respond directly to me and I will pass the data to the Chairman, Mr
Ethan Burg

Dr Shimon Barak
simonb@netvision.net.il


Re: Imbach #austria-czech

צבי סיני <t_sinai1@...>
 

Celia Male wrote in her posting about ADOLF STULZ' "and where is Bossek, his
birthplace- could it possibly be in Turkey ? "
I found in the ShtetlSeeker three places in Bohemia named Bosice, which probably
is the Czech name for Bossek. two of them are near the Austrian border.

Tsvi Sinai, Givatayim, Israel


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re:Re: Imbach #austria-czech

צבי סיני <t_sinai1@...>
 

Celia Male wrote in her posting about ADOLF STULZ' "and where is Bossek, his
birthplace- could it possibly be in Turkey ? "
I found in the ShtetlSeeker three places in Bohemia named Bosice, which probably
is the Czech name for Bossek. two of them are near the Austrian border.

Tsvi Sinai, Givatayim, Israel


December 1st Meeting JGS Hamilton & Area (Ontario, Canada) #warsaw #poland

HJB <hjb@...>
 

Jewish Genealogical Society - Hamilton & Area Meeting (Ontario,
Canada), Wednesday, December 1, 2004

Please join us for our last meeting of 2004 at which our speaker
will be Dr. Anthony MacFarlane who will speak about "Jewish
Genealogy in Jamaica".

Is taking the next step to trace your Great Grandmother confusing
or frustrating? Have any of your ancestral lines slowed you
down? Is there an Internet site that confuses you? Bring your
specific research questions to this meeting. Following Dr.
MacFarlane, our "panel of experts" will give them a go, saving
some for our first meeting of 2005 to be held on January 12th at
which Ralph Bloch will present responses that should help members
with methodology.

Meetings are held at Temple Anshe Sholom, 215 Cline Avenue North,
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and begin at 7:30 PM with a Meet &
Greet. For further information or to be added to our email
mailing list, please email at HamiltonJewishGen@canada.com

Hazel Boon
Vice-President
Jewish Genealogical Society - Hamilton & Area

The Jewish Genealogical Society - Hamilton & Area is a proud
member of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies.


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland December 1st Meeting JGS Hamilton & Area (Ontario, Canada) #warsaw #poland

HJB <hjb@...>
 

Jewish Genealogical Society - Hamilton & Area Meeting (Ontario,
Canada), Wednesday, December 1, 2004

Please join us for our last meeting of 2004 at which our speaker
will be Dr. Anthony MacFarlane who will speak about "Jewish
Genealogy in Jamaica".

Is taking the next step to trace your Great Grandmother confusing
or frustrating? Have any of your ancestral lines slowed you
down? Is there an Internet site that confuses you? Bring your
specific research questions to this meeting. Following Dr.
MacFarlane, our "panel of experts" will give them a go, saving
some for our first meeting of 2005 to be held on January 12th at
which Ralph Bloch will present responses that should help members
with methodology.

Meetings are held at Temple Anshe Sholom, 215 Cline Avenue North,
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and begin at 7:30 PM with a Meet &
Greet. For further information or to be added to our email
mailing list, please email at HamiltonJewishGen@canada.com

Hazel Boon
Vice-President
Jewish Genealogical Society - Hamilton & Area

The Jewish Genealogical Society - Hamilton & Area is a proud
member of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies.


Re: Romanian Jewish customes #romania

Alan Greenberg
 

At 27/11/2004 12:30 PM, you wrote:

OK. About foods-
mamaligeh - corn meal

Perhaps pastrami should be on the list too. The Jewish song - Yass,
my shtetleh Yass - speaks of a pastrameleh.
And

Karnatzeleh - ground beef sausages (no casings) with loads of garlic
Patlozheleh - Eggplant, roasted over a fire, mashed and seasoned
and at least in my family, Turkish Coffee.

Alan Greenberg
Montreal, Canada

Researching:
Lustgarten, Sommer/Zumar, Israelovitch >from Falticeni and perhaps
Botosani, Romania
Hymovitch, Perl, >from Kishinev, Moldova and somewhere in Romania


Romania SIG #Romania Re:Romanian Jewish customes #romania

Alan Greenberg
 

At 27/11/2004 12:30 PM, you wrote:

OK. About foods-
mamaligeh - corn meal

Perhaps pastrami should be on the list too. The Jewish song - Yass,
my shtetleh Yass - speaks of a pastrameleh.
And

Karnatzeleh - ground beef sausages (no casings) with loads of garlic
Patlozheleh - Eggplant, roasted over a fire, mashed and seasoned
and at least in my family, Turkish Coffee.

Alan Greenberg
Montreal, Canada

Researching:
Lustgarten, Sommer/Zumar, Israelovitch >from Falticeni and perhaps
Botosani, Romania
Hymovitch, Perl, >from Kishinev, Moldova and somewhere in Romania


Re: Adolf Stulz and the Eisingers of Imbach, Austria #austria-czech

Robert Fraser <robertandginafraser@...>
 

Although I'll probably never know why the two girls were born in Imbach, I'd
like to think that maybe Arnold Eisinger was involved in the timber trade.
His nephew, my uncle, now aged 80, living in Vienna,also went into the
timber import/export business after WW2 when he returned to Vienna. He did
very well out of it, and is now retired.

Many thanks to Celia for pointing me to this website.

Shabbat Shalom

Robert W Fraser
Dianella, Western Australia
robertandginafraser@iinet.net.au

********************

-----Original Message-----
From: Celia Male [mailto:celiamale@yahoo.com]
Sent: Saturday, 27 November 2004 8:26 AM
To: Austria-Czech SIG; Robert Fraser
Subject: Re: Adolf Stulz and the Eisingers of Imbach, Austria

snip>>>
Well, I have myself done a bit more research on Adolf
STULZ and he was in fact the Director of the Aktien-
gesellschaft fur Holz Industrie* [Holzabsatze] based
at Kaiserstr. 45, Vienna VII, by a strange
coincidence, an address I pass almost daily when
staying in Vienna! In 1933 he lived in Elsslergasse
22, Vienna 13.

As Imbach is in the Waldviertel area, I presume his
Imbach address could be connected with a branch of his
company - where the wood was sourced. There may have
been other Jewish employees [perhaps even Arnold
EISINGER?] in this company or associated companies in
the area connected with the timber trade.
snip>>>>>>>


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech RE: Adolf Stulz and the Eisingers of Imbach, Austria #austria-czech

Robert Fraser <robertandginafraser@...>
 

Although I'll probably never know why the two girls were born in Imbach, I'd
like to think that maybe Arnold Eisinger was involved in the timber trade.
His nephew, my uncle, now aged 80, living in Vienna,also went into the
timber import/export business after WW2 when he returned to Vienna. He did
very well out of it, and is now retired.

Many thanks to Celia for pointing me to this website.

Shabbat Shalom

Robert W Fraser
Dianella, Western Australia
robertandginafraser@iinet.net.au

********************

-----Original Message-----
From: Celia Male [mailto:celiamale@yahoo.com]
Sent: Saturday, 27 November 2004 8:26 AM
To: Austria-Czech SIG; Robert Fraser
Subject: Re: Adolf Stulz and the Eisingers of Imbach, Austria

snip>>>
Well, I have myself done a bit more research on Adolf
STULZ and he was in fact the Director of the Aktien-
gesellschaft fur Holz Industrie* [Holzabsatze] based
at Kaiserstr. 45, Vienna VII, by a strange
coincidence, an address I pass almost daily when
staying in Vienna! In 1933 he lived in Elsslergasse
22, Vienna 13.

As Imbach is in the Waldviertel area, I presume his
Imbach address could be connected with a branch of his
company - where the wood was sourced. There may have
been other Jewish employees [perhaps even Arnold
EISINGER?] in this company or associated companies in
the area connected with the timber trade.
snip>>>>>>>