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D & M translated for Belitsa, Orlya, Ostryna, Radun, Rozhanka, Vasilishki, Zheludok #lithuania

Jrbaston
 

Dear Fellow Lida District Researchers:

I am really delighted to let you know that I just uploaded
to the LitvakSIG Lida District Shutterfly site files of
translations of death and marriage records for Belitsa, Orlya,
Ostryna, Radun, Rozhanka, Voranava, Vasilishki and Zheludok.
These records were microfilmed by the LDS at the Grodno
Archive some years ago and provided to the Belarus SIG.

Last year at the Boston conference, representatives of the
Belarus SIG provided the images of those records to me so
that they could be translated under the auspices of Litvak
SIG. Special thanks to Paul Zoglin of Belarus SIG for the
cooperation that made this joint effort possible.

The records are:
Belitsa D (1897-99) and M (1897-1900)
Orlya D (1897-1900) and M (1900)
Ostryna D (1897-1900) and M (1897-1900)
Radun D (1897-1900)
Rozhanka D (1897-1900) and M (1897-1898)
Vasilishki D (1897-1899)
Voranava D (1897-1900 and M (1897-1900)
Zheludok D (1897-1899) and M ( 1897-1900)

There is a surname list of the names covered in these records
which you can view in the Surname Lists section at the bottom
of the homepage of the LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group
https://lidadistrict.shutterfly.com/

Even if you don't think you had family >from Belitsa, Orlya,
Ostryna, Radun, Rozhanka, Vasilishki, Voronava or Zheludok,
make sure you check the surname list -- you'll see, especially
in towns that include marriage records, names >from other
nearby towns.

I had a significant surprise myself. My father's name in
Eisiskes was BASTUNSKI, and his father was Elia. In the
Voranava deaths, there was an 1898 record for the death
of a one-year-old child named Chaim Shoul BASTUNSKI,
son of Elia, >from Divinishok. Even though that town had
never been in my family records before, it is very possible
that child was my uncle.

The translation of these and other Lida District Records
(such as the recently translated 1834 Revision List) are
funded by qualifying contributors to the LitvakSIG Lida
District Research Group. A contribution of $100 or
more to LitvakSIG earmarked for the Lida District
will guarantee access to Excel files of records as soon
as they are translated -- at least 18 months before
they are publicly searchable on the All Lithuania Database
and JewishGen Belarus Database. Even when the records
are publicly searchable, having the records in an Excel file
enables you to sort and browse in ways very helpful to your
research.

To become part of the LitvakSIG Lida District Research
Group, go to www.litvaksig.org/contribute scroll down
to Research Groups and choose Lida District. A donation
of $100 or more will guarantee access to newly translated
records for five calendar years and help us translate
additional records.

If you have any questions, please let me know
at JRBaston@aol.com

Thanks,

Judy Baston, Coordinator,
LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania D & M translated for Belitsa, Orlya, Ostryna, Radun, Rozhanka, Vasilishki, Zheludok #lithuania

Jrbaston
 

Dear Fellow Lida District Researchers:

I am really delighted to let you know that I just uploaded
to the LitvakSIG Lida District Shutterfly site files of
translations of death and marriage records for Belitsa, Orlya,
Ostryna, Radun, Rozhanka, Voranava, Vasilishki and Zheludok.
These records were microfilmed by the LDS at the Grodno
Archive some years ago and provided to the Belarus SIG.

Last year at the Boston conference, representatives of the
Belarus SIG provided the images of those records to me so
that they could be translated under the auspices of Litvak
SIG. Special thanks to Paul Zoglin of Belarus SIG for the
cooperation that made this joint effort possible.

The records are:
Belitsa D (1897-99) and M (1897-1900)
Orlya D (1897-1900) and M (1900)
Ostryna D (1897-1900) and M (1897-1900)
Radun D (1897-1900)
Rozhanka D (1897-1900) and M (1897-1898)
Vasilishki D (1897-1899)
Voranava D (1897-1900 and M (1897-1900)
Zheludok D (1897-1899) and M ( 1897-1900)

There is a surname list of the names covered in these records
which you can view in the Surname Lists section at the bottom
of the homepage of the LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group
https://lidadistrict.shutterfly.com/

Even if you don't think you had family >from Belitsa, Orlya,
Ostryna, Radun, Rozhanka, Vasilishki, Voronava or Zheludok,
make sure you check the surname list -- you'll see, especially
in towns that include marriage records, names >from other
nearby towns.

I had a significant surprise myself. My father's name in
Eisiskes was BASTUNSKI, and his father was Elia. In the
Voranava deaths, there was an 1898 record for the death
of a one-year-old child named Chaim Shoul BASTUNSKI,
son of Elia, >from Divinishok. Even though that town had
never been in my family records before, it is very possible
that child was my uncle.

The translation of these and other Lida District Records
(such as the recently translated 1834 Revision List) are
funded by qualifying contributors to the LitvakSIG Lida
District Research Group. A contribution of $100 or
more to LitvakSIG earmarked for the Lida District
will guarantee access to Excel files of records as soon
as they are translated -- at least 18 months before
they are publicly searchable on the All Lithuania Database
and JewishGen Belarus Database. Even when the records
are publicly searchable, having the records in an Excel file
enables you to sort and browse in ways very helpful to your
research.

To become part of the LitvakSIG Lida District Research
Group, go to www.litvaksig.org/contribute scroll down
to Research Groups and choose Lida District. A donation
of $100 or more will guarantee access to newly translated
records for five calendar years and help us translate
additional records.

If you have any questions, please let me know
at JRBaston@aol.com

Thanks,

Judy Baston, Coordinator,
LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group


RE Industries in Kovno and Vilna in 1900 #lithuania

Danielle Weiner
 

Hi Judith,

I can say with certainty that there were several soda-water factories
in Vilna in and around 1900. I have been researching this subject as
our Vaynerovich family supposedly owned one that bottled soda, mineral
water, lemonade and beer! (or some combination of these.)

My father's first cousin (sharp as a tack until her death at 96) who,
like my father, was born in Vilna and lived there until her teenage
years, said the name of the factory was Berger. I have spent some
time (and money) investigating this factory and have received 17 pages
of documents on it >from the Lithuanian Central Archives in Vilnius.
According to the documents, the owner was a Meer Berger. Nowhere did
I find the Vaynerovich name mentioned in the file.

All of us 'younger' cousins grew up hearing about our family's soda
factory in Vilna, so I do believe they owned one, but I am still
confused about cousin Minnie's statement. I guess it is possible that
she just remembered the name of that factory >from her youth and simply
misspoke.

As an aside to your shoe business question - my father, who came to
the US >from Vilna at the age of 13, got into the shoe business early
in his working life in America, eventually becoming the successful
proprietor of a number of women's shoe stores in Texas. Now I, too,
am wondering if Vilna may have played a role in his choice of
professions!

Danielle Weiner
Dallas, TX
VAYNEROVICH, GELER/GELLER, TAUB, GURWICZ, SHIBOVSKY, KOTLOVSKY,
CYKINSKI, KHAIMOVICH, SZEJMAN, WINOGRUN, BURSHTEIN >from Vilna and
vicinity, Rudamina and Butrimonys


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania RE Industries in Kovno and Vilna in 1900 #lithuania

Danielle Weiner
 

Hi Judith,

I can say with certainty that there were several soda-water factories
in Vilna in and around 1900. I have been researching this subject as
our Vaynerovich family supposedly owned one that bottled soda, mineral
water, lemonade and beer! (or some combination of these.)

My father's first cousin (sharp as a tack until her death at 96) who,
like my father, was born in Vilna and lived there until her teenage
years, said the name of the factory was Berger. I have spent some
time (and money) investigating this factory and have received 17 pages
of documents on it >from the Lithuanian Central Archives in Vilnius.
According to the documents, the owner was a Meer Berger. Nowhere did
I find the Vaynerovich name mentioned in the file.

All of us 'younger' cousins grew up hearing about our family's soda
factory in Vilna, so I do believe they owned one, but I am still
confused about cousin Minnie's statement. I guess it is possible that
she just remembered the name of that factory >from her youth and simply
misspoke.

As an aside to your shoe business question - my father, who came to
the US >from Vilna at the age of 13, got into the shoe business early
in his working life in America, eventually becoming the successful
proprietor of a number of women's shoe stores in Texas. Now I, too,
am wondering if Vilna may have played a role in his choice of
professions!

Danielle Weiner
Dallas, TX
VAYNEROVICH, GELER/GELLER, TAUB, GURWICZ, SHIBOVSKY, KOTLOVSKY,
CYKINSKI, KHAIMOVICH, SZEJMAN, WINOGRUN, BURSHTEIN >from Vilna and
vicinity, Rudamina and Butrimonys


Klaipeda (Memel) District Research Group #lithuania

Max Heffler
 

The Klaipeda (Memel) District Research Group of LitvakSIG obtains
records >from all shtetls in the Klaipeda (Memel) area. The includes
the town of Klaipeda (Memel) itself as well as records that pertain
to nearby shtetls - Priekule (Prokuls), Dilute (Silute, Heydekrug),
Rusne (Russ) and Smalininkai (Schmalleningken).

We acquire copies of records, translate and database them. We have
translated records for this district. If you are interested in the
latest information regarding those records please let me know, and
I will be glad to bring you up-to-date.

Best wishes
Max Heffler
Coordinator of the Klaipeda (Memel) District Research Group of LitvakSIG


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Klaipeda (Memel) District Research Group #lithuania

Max Heffler
 

The Klaipeda (Memel) District Research Group of LitvakSIG obtains
records >from all shtetls in the Klaipeda (Memel) area. The includes
the town of Klaipeda (Memel) itself as well as records that pertain
to nearby shtetls - Priekule (Prokuls), Dilute (Silute, Heydekrug),
Rusne (Russ) and Smalininkai (Schmalleningken).

We acquire copies of records, translate and database them. We have
translated records for this district. If you are interested in the
latest information regarding those records please let me know, and
I will be glad to bring you up-to-date.

Best wishes
Max Heffler
Coordinator of the Klaipeda (Memel) District Research Group of LitvakSIG


Cervantes: Jewish origins #general

Saul Issroff
 

Interesting article on Cervantes, author of Don Quixote and his Jewish origins.
http://www.jpost.com/Jewish-World/Jewish-Features/Scientists-seek-remains-of-Don-Quixotes-crypto-Jewish-author-351476


( MOD: http://tinyurl.com/ly5lurp )

Saul Issroff


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Cervantes: Jewish origins #general

Saul Issroff
 

Interesting article on Cervantes, author of Don Quixote and his Jewish origins.
http://www.jpost.com/Jewish-World/Jewish-Features/Scientists-seek-remains-of-Don-Quixotes-crypto-Jewish-author-351476


( MOD: http://tinyurl.com/ly5lurp )

Saul Issroff


Seeking town of Leg, near Gniewoszow, Poland? #general

Patrick Atlas <patrick.atlas@...>
 

In some birth and death records, my ascendants were living between
1800-1850 in a town called Leg. The events were registered in Gniewoszow,
so I suppose that this village was near it.
But the only place I find now is this:

http://mapa.targeo.pl/%C5%81%C4%99g_%28powiat_zwole%C5%84ski%29,21.440556,51.264167?ln=en

( MOD: http://tinyurl.com/kj8gkuh )

This village is far >from Gniewoszow, near Zwolen.
Could it be the same village as my ancestors?
Of course, as Granica, the Leg of this time could
not exist anymore.

Patrick Atlas
Paris, France


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking town of Leg, near Gniewoszow, Poland? #general

Patrick Atlas <patrick.atlas@...>
 

In some birth and death records, my ascendants were living between
1800-1850 in a town called Leg. The events were registered in Gniewoszow,
so I suppose that this village was near it.
But the only place I find now is this:

http://mapa.targeo.pl/%C5%81%C4%99g_%28powiat_zwole%C5%84ski%29,21.440556,51.264167?ln=en

( MOD: http://tinyurl.com/kj8gkuh )

This village is far >from Gniewoszow, near Zwolen.
Could it be the same village as my ancestors?
Of course, as Granica, the Leg of this time could
not exist anymore.

Patrick Atlas
Paris, France


Question about the Lwow Judenrat #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Caroline Curvan writes:

"I've been reading an excellent book called "The Lemberg Mosaic" -- a
memoir of two people who lived through WWII in Lwow. In it, there's
mention of the Lwow Judenrat and their lists of Lwow Jews. I'm
wondering if any of that information still exists -- the lists, the names
of Judenrat members, anything...."

The Lwow registry cards that Eli Brauner refers to have also been
indexed by JewishGen. The collection is called Lvov Ghetto Database:
Names of Jews >from Lwow Poland Ghetto (1942-1945). Infopage:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/

Search these records on the All Poland Database:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/

The LDS Family History Library has the original images on microfilm.
You can order the films to be sent to your local Family History Center.
In the catalog they are described as: "Registration cards compiled by
the German occupation army of Jewish residents in Lemberg. Record
group 701, series 5, files 1-22." (The originals are housed in the Lviv
Historical Archive in Ukraine.) More info:
http://tinyurl.com/lemberg1941cards

The US Holocaust Memorial Museum also has extensive records on
microfilm at the archive in Washington, D.C. They originally were held
by the Emanuel Ringelblum Institute in Warsaw, where they are also
available for review. These may provide more information about the
activities of the Judenrat:

Title: Teka Lwowska (Sygn. 229)
Lwow Files: Dates -1898-1979 and 1941-1945
Scope and Content: This collection contains reports, articles, clippings,
and various other documents relating to the persecution and execution
of Jews in Lwow, Poland (now Lviv, Ukraine); the activities of the Jewish
council (Judenrat) in the Lwow ghetto; the confiscation of Jewish
property; the eviction of Jews >from their homes; various "actions" in the
ghetto, some specifically targeting elderly Jews; the mistreatment of
Jews by Ukrainians; the burning of synagogues; the extortion of money
from Jews in the ghetto; the activities of the German police and Gestapo;
Jews taken to forced labor camps near Lwow; the activities of the Jewish
police; the pogrom against the Lwow Jews at the time of the German
invasion in 1941; a massacre in the Brygidki prison in Lwow; and the
oaths of Lwow rabbis >from 1898 to 1928.

The Museum also has oral history interviews containing information
about the Judenrat. Here is a link to files coming up with the search
terms "Lwow" and "Judenrat":

http://www.ushmm.org/search/results/?q=lwow+judenrat

To access the archive search engine for more focused searches go to:
http://www.ushmm.org/research/research-in-collections

It is possible that the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish
People (CAHJP) in Jerusalem may also have some files on this topic or
exact copies of all of the above, in addition to Yad Vashem.

Pamela Weisberger
Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@gmail.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Question about the Lwow Judenrat #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Caroline Curvan writes:

"I've been reading an excellent book called "The Lemberg Mosaic" -- a
memoir of two people who lived through WWII in Lwow. In it, there's
mention of the Lwow Judenrat and their lists of Lwow Jews. I'm
wondering if any of that information still exists -- the lists, the names
of Judenrat members, anything...."

The Lwow registry cards that Eli Brauner refers to have also been
indexed by JewishGen. The collection is called Lvov Ghetto Database:
Names of Jews >from Lwow Poland Ghetto (1942-1945). Infopage:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/

Search these records on the All Poland Database:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/

The LDS Family History Library has the original images on microfilm.
You can order the films to be sent to your local Family History Center.
In the catalog they are described as: "Registration cards compiled by
the German occupation army of Jewish residents in Lemberg. Record
group 701, series 5, files 1-22." (The originals are housed in the Lviv
Historical Archive in Ukraine.) More info:
http://tinyurl.com/lemberg1941cards

The US Holocaust Memorial Museum also has extensive records on
microfilm at the archive in Washington, D.C. They originally were held
by the Emanuel Ringelblum Institute in Warsaw, where they are also
available for review. These may provide more information about the
activities of the Judenrat:

Title: Teka Lwowska (Sygn. 229)
Lwow Files: Dates -1898-1979 and 1941-1945
Scope and Content: This collection contains reports, articles, clippings,
and various other documents relating to the persecution and execution
of Jews in Lwow, Poland (now Lviv, Ukraine); the activities of the Jewish
council (Judenrat) in the Lwow ghetto; the confiscation of Jewish
property; the eviction of Jews >from their homes; various "actions" in the
ghetto, some specifically targeting elderly Jews; the mistreatment of
Jews by Ukrainians; the burning of synagogues; the extortion of money
from Jews in the ghetto; the activities of the German police and Gestapo;
Jews taken to forced labor camps near Lwow; the activities of the Jewish
police; the pogrom against the Lwow Jews at the time of the German
invasion in 1941; a massacre in the Brygidki prison in Lwow; and the
oaths of Lwow rabbis >from 1898 to 1928.

The Museum also has oral history interviews containing information
about the Judenrat. Here is a link to files coming up with the search
terms "Lwow" and "Judenrat":

http://www.ushmm.org/search/results/?q=lwow+judenrat

To access the archive search engine for more focused searches go to:
http://www.ushmm.org/research/research-in-collections

It is possible that the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish
People (CAHJP) in Jerusalem may also have some files on this topic or
exact copies of all of the above, in addition to Yad Vashem.

Pamela Weisberger
Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@gmail.com


Lvov Judenrat #galicia

Rita Falbel <falbelr@...>
 

Responding to Caroline Curvan and Eli Brauner:

I have also been reading "The Lemberg Mosaic." This is a memoir by two
people who survived the destruction of Lwow/Lemberg.

I have also been reading another book -- "Smoke in the Sand: The Jews
of Lvov in the War Years 1939-1944" by Eliyahu Yones, published in
Jerusalem 2004. This book begins with a historical overview of Lvov up
to World War II and and continues with the Soviet occupation, the Nazi
occupation and the ghetto. It also includes testimonies, diaries and
interviews as well as appendices with sources. The index does not
contain references to the Judenrat, but skimming the book, there are
mentions of the Judenrat throughout. A very sad and difficult read.

Rita Falbel
New York, NY


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Lvov Judenrat #galicia

Rita Falbel <falbelr@...>
 

Responding to Caroline Curvan and Eli Brauner:

I have also been reading "The Lemberg Mosaic." This is a memoir by two
people who survived the destruction of Lwow/Lemberg.

I have also been reading another book -- "Smoke in the Sand: The Jews
of Lvov in the War Years 1939-1944" by Eliyahu Yones, published in
Jerusalem 2004. This book begins with a historical overview of Lvov up
to World War II and and continues with the Soviet occupation, the Nazi
occupation and the ghetto. It also includes testimonies, diaries and
interviews as well as appendices with sources. The index does not
contain references to the Judenrat, but skimming the book, there are
mentions of the Judenrat throughout. A very sad and difficult read.

Rita Falbel
New York, NY


Name questions - Grau and Leibel #germany

Ellen Barnett Cleary
 

The earliest progenitor I know of in my LOEB family is Judah who is also
known as Leibel. He lived in Reichshoffen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace.

I am curious about the name Leibel. Can anyone tell me something more
about it?

AND Judah's son is Israel or Isser Grau Leibel. He was married about
1773 and died before 1809.

Can anyone tell me what the Grau means?

Ellen Barnett Cleary, San Francisco ellencleary@comcast.net


German SIG #Germany Name questions - Grau and Leibel #germany

Ellen Barnett Cleary
 

The earliest progenitor I know of in my LOEB family is Judah who is also
known as Leibel. He lived in Reichshoffen, Bas-Rhin, Alsace.

I am curious about the name Leibel. Can anyone tell me something more
about it?

AND Judah's son is Israel or Isser Grau Leibel. He was married about
1773 and died before 1809.

Can anyone tell me what the Grau means?

Ellen Barnett Cleary, San Francisco ellencleary@comcast.net


JGS of Long Island Meeting #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society invites you to join us at our
Sunday, May 18, meeting.

Time: 2:00 PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York
(http://www.miyjcc.org)

Topic: "FINDING LIVING PEOPLE ON THE INTERNET"

Guest Speaker: Ron Arons

Ron Arons will remind us that genealogy is not just about finding dead
relatives. By understanding how to use the Internet properly, you can find
living relatives who may help expand your family tree and provide family
stories. Ron will discuss numerous websites for finding people around the
world.

Ron has given this popular talk to audiences at ten of the last 12 IAJGS
conferences. He is the author of two books - "The Jews of Sing Sing" and
"WANTED! U.S. Criminal Records". He appeared on the PBS television special
"The Jewish Americans".

Admission is free and all are welcome.

Our "Mavens" will be available >from 1:30 to answer your genealogy questions

For More information please contact on website - http://www.jgsli.org

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Long Island Meeting #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society invites you to join us at our
Sunday, May 18, meeting.

Time: 2:00 PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, New York
(http://www.miyjcc.org)

Topic: "FINDING LIVING PEOPLE ON THE INTERNET"

Guest Speaker: Ron Arons

Ron Arons will remind us that genealogy is not just about finding dead
relatives. By understanding how to use the Internet properly, you can find
living relatives who may help expand your family tree and provide family
stories. Ron will discuss numerous websites for finding people around the
world.

Ron has given this popular talk to audiences at ten of the last 12 IAJGS
conferences. He is the author of two books - "The Jews of Sing Sing" and
"WANTED! U.S. Criminal Records". He appeared on the PBS television special
"The Jewish Americans".

Admission is free and all are welcome.

Our "Mavens" will be available >from 1:30 to answer your genealogy questions

For More information please contact on website - http://www.jgsli.org

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


KehilaLinks Project Report for April 2014 #latinamerica

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Latin America #LatinAmerica KehilaLinks Project Report for April 2014 #latinamerica

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