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Vilna/Vilnius: 1928-39, Landowners (#1, #2); Vilna/Vilnius Schools: Graduates #lithuania

Marilyn Robinson
 

Hi All,

Available on my blog, "Jewish Gem's Genealogy: Mining for Your Elusive
Ancestors" at YourJewishGem.blogspot.com are the follow posts that may
be of interest to you:

Scheduled:

Lviv/Lemberg: 1909 Annual School Report, Part 1 (#2)
Belarus: 1916 Mogilev Province Memorial Book (#2)
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Available:
Poland/Belarus/Lithuania: 1928-1939 Vilnius/Vilna--Landowners (#1, #2)
Vilnius/Vilna Schools: Graduates

Belarus: 1941 Mogilev

Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#1)
Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#2)
Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#3)
Lviv/Lemberg: 1909 Annual School Report, Part 1 (#1)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Doctors
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Midwives (#1A)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Midwives (#1B)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1882 Directory--Education (#2)
Galicia: 1904-05 Property Ownership
Tarnow: 1914-15, 1915-16 School Report--Tarnow Mercantile National
School

Babi Yar/Babin Yar: The Executed
Cherkasy: 1909 Telephone Subscribers, Doctors, Dentists
Glinyany:Scans & Images
Novo Priluki: 1924 List of Property Owners
Odessa: 1817-1856: Richelieu Lyceum--Students
Ternopil: 1862 Annual School Report--Students/Teachers

Sokiryany: 1906 Voters' List

Harbin China: Russian Immigration (Jewish)

Holocaust: 1939 List of Individuals with Relatives in the US (Krakow,
Germany, Austria, etc.)
Holocaust:USHMM--Oral History Interviews
Holocaust: USHMM--History Animated Maps; "Behind Every Name a Story"

Hungary: Cemetery Photos & Synagogue

Kursk: "Kherson Old Jewish Cemetery

Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Lawyers (#1)
Moldova:1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Accountants (#2)
Moldova: 1940: Chisinau Yearbook-- (#3)
Moldova: 1940-Chisinau Yearbook-- Workshops, etc. (#4)
Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Jewish Community; Professional Assoc.
(#6)
Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Various businesses (#7)

Latvia: Riga--Jews in the Circus

Rostov-On-Don: Medical

Silesia: 1906, 1912 Schools--Teachers

Syrian Refugees: Secret Israeli Aid

USSR: List of Medical Doctors: Female Doctors (#5)

Warsaw:1870-1894 Warsaw University--Midwifery (#5)


Marilyn Robinson
Florida
yourjewishgem.blogspot.com

Searching: Unterberger (Galicia, Austria), Kapelner (Galicia, Austria,
Tarnow), Shutz/Schultz (Galicia, Austria, Ulanow), Yudin
(Sharkovshchina), Luria/Lurie (Lodz, Warsaw), Reichman (Warsaw)


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Vilna/Vilnius: 1928-39, Landowners (#1, #2); Vilna/Vilnius Schools: Graduates #lithuania

Marilyn Robinson
 

Hi All,

Available on my blog, "Jewish Gem's Genealogy: Mining for Your Elusive
Ancestors" at YourJewishGem.blogspot.com are the follow posts that may
be of interest to you:

Scheduled:

Lviv/Lemberg: 1909 Annual School Report, Part 1 (#2)
Belarus: 1916 Mogilev Province Memorial Book (#2)
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Available:
Poland/Belarus/Lithuania: 1928-1939 Vilnius/Vilna--Landowners (#1, #2)
Vilnius/Vilna Schools: Graduates

Belarus: 1941 Mogilev

Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#1)
Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#2)
Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#3)
Lviv/Lemberg: 1909 Annual School Report, Part 1 (#1)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Doctors
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Midwives (#1A)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Midwives (#1B)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1882 Directory--Education (#2)
Galicia: 1904-05 Property Ownership
Tarnow: 1914-15, 1915-16 School Report--Tarnow Mercantile National
School

Babi Yar/Babin Yar: The Executed
Cherkasy: 1909 Telephone Subscribers, Doctors, Dentists
Glinyany:Scans & Images
Novo Priluki: 1924 List of Property Owners
Odessa: 1817-1856: Richelieu Lyceum--Students
Ternopil: 1862 Annual School Report--Students/Teachers

Sokiryany: 1906 Voters' List

Harbin China: Russian Immigration (Jewish)

Holocaust: 1939 List of Individuals with Relatives in the US (Krakow,
Germany, Austria, etc.)
Holocaust:USHMM--Oral History Interviews
Holocaust: USHMM--History Animated Maps; "Behind Every Name a Story"

Hungary: Cemetery Photos & Synagogue

Kursk: "Kherson Old Jewish Cemetery

Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Lawyers (#1)
Moldova:1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Accountants (#2)
Moldova: 1940: Chisinau Yearbook-- (#3)
Moldova: 1940-Chisinau Yearbook-- Workshops, etc. (#4)
Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Jewish Community; Professional Assoc.
(#6)
Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Various businesses (#7)

Latvia: Riga--Jews in the Circus

Rostov-On-Don: Medical

Silesia: 1906, 1912 Schools--Teachers

Syrian Refugees: Secret Israeli Aid

USSR: List of Medical Doctors: Female Doctors (#5)

Warsaw:1870-1894 Warsaw University--Midwifery (#5)


Marilyn Robinson
Florida
yourjewishgem.blogspot.com

Searching: Unterberger (Galicia, Austria), Kapelner (Galicia, Austria,
Tarnow), Shutz/Schultz (Galicia, Austria, Ulanow), Yudin
(Sharkovshchina), Luria/Lurie (Lodz, Warsaw), Reichman (Warsaw)


Registered birth/marriage/death dates/years in Kalisz #lodz #poland

David W. Perle
 

Hi, all.

I wondered if I could gain some insight into recorded dates of
birth in Kalisz records. (Specifically birth records, but actually,
now I'm wondering if this might affect marriage and death dates as well?)

I understand that it was common for birth records to not necessarily be
submitted to the registrar right away, and in fact families might submit
records for a few years' worth of births all at once. Now, I've
seen disputed years of birth for a great-grandfather of mine, sometimes
suggested 1876 and others 1877. One record is his United States WWI-era
draft-registration card (which bears his signature, no less, so you'd
think this might be conclusive), indicating birth on December 16, 1876.

I found his birth record recorded apparently exactly at the same
time as those of three of his siblings, in the 1877 records.
(The ledger contains the four birth records written one after the other.)
I haven't gotten his siblings' records translated yet (hardly priority
just yet), but his shows that his birth record was added in April 1877,
indicating his birth a week earlier.

Knowing what I know about families taking their time to submit this
information, and with his and these three siblings' records having
apparently been submitted all at the same time in 1877, I'm guessing
that they made up the birth dates because perhaps it was law to submit the
records more immediately after birth, though I'd assume it wasn't such a
tightly-enforced law but they'd just make up the dates of birth so as to
give the impression of compliance? So, might the United States WWI-era
draft-registration card (again, bearing his signature), be more trustworthy
of a source indicating birth on December 16, 1876, rather than this April
1877 record?

Additionally, this gets me wondering about his father's 1849 birth
record. Might that also indicate an incorrect date of birth, even
perhaps an incorrect year of birth?

=And how about marriage and death records? Did the same slowness in
registering these things apply with those as well? Should we not
trust those marriage and/or death dates?

It had initially seemed pretty cool that my great-grandfather--my
namesake--Dawid Wolf Perle was born in 1877, because I was born in
1977. My father is named after HIS father, Sender Perle, also each
supposedly born exactly 100 years apart, 1849/1949. However, it seems
to me that my namesake was probably born 101 years before I was and
now I'm wondering if the same thing applies to my dad=92s namesake. :)

David Perle


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Registered birth/marriage/death dates/years in Kalisz #lodz #poland

David W. Perle
 

Hi, all.

I wondered if I could gain some insight into recorded dates of
birth in Kalisz records. (Specifically birth records, but actually,
now I'm wondering if this might affect marriage and death dates as well?)

I understand that it was common for birth records to not necessarily be
submitted to the registrar right away, and in fact families might submit
records for a few years' worth of births all at once. Now, I've
seen disputed years of birth for a great-grandfather of mine, sometimes
suggested 1876 and others 1877. One record is his United States WWI-era
draft-registration card (which bears his signature, no less, so you'd
think this might be conclusive), indicating birth on December 16, 1876.

I found his birth record recorded apparently exactly at the same
time as those of three of his siblings, in the 1877 records.
(The ledger contains the four birth records written one after the other.)
I haven't gotten his siblings' records translated yet (hardly priority
just yet), but his shows that his birth record was added in April 1877,
indicating his birth a week earlier.

Knowing what I know about families taking their time to submit this
information, and with his and these three siblings' records having
apparently been submitted all at the same time in 1877, I'm guessing
that they made up the birth dates because perhaps it was law to submit the
records more immediately after birth, though I'd assume it wasn't such a
tightly-enforced law but they'd just make up the dates of birth so as to
give the impression of compliance? So, might the United States WWI-era
draft-registration card (again, bearing his signature), be more trustworthy
of a source indicating birth on December 16, 1876, rather than this April
1877 record?

Additionally, this gets me wondering about his father's 1849 birth
record. Might that also indicate an incorrect date of birth, even
perhaps an incorrect year of birth?

=And how about marriage and death records? Did the same slowness in
registering these things apply with those as well? Should we not
trust those marriage and/or death dates?

It had initially seemed pretty cool that my great-grandfather--my
namesake--Dawid Wolf Perle was born in 1877, because I was born in
1977. My father is named after HIS father, Sender Perle, also each
supposedly born exactly 100 years apart, 1849/1949. However, it seems
to me that my namesake was probably born 101 years before I was and
now I'm wondering if the same thing applies to my dad=92s namesake. :)

David Perle


TURIO CANELLA Family in Bucuresti 1938 #romania

Artur Avelar <avelara.can@...>
 

Dear Colleagues,

from ITS Bad Arolsen Deutschland and connections, I've found some
precious information: my grandmother Adela MARCOVICI married my
grandfather Ion TURIO CANELLA in Bucuresti in the early 1910's.
They lived at Strada Alex Balasanu, 5 Bucuresti up to WWII.

My father Adrian (Marcovici) CANELLA was inmate at Arzberger-Heim
DP Camp in Wien in 1948.

Does it ring anyone's bell?
Appreciate any response.

Best Regards
Artur Canella Avelar,
Belo Horizonte, Brazil


Romania SIG #Romania TURIO CANELLA Family in Bucuresti 1938 #romania

Artur Avelar <avelara.can@...>
 

Dear Colleagues,

from ITS Bad Arolsen Deutschland and connections, I've found some
precious information: my grandmother Adela MARCOVICI married my
grandfather Ion TURIO CANELLA in Bucuresti in the early 1910's.
They lived at Strada Alex Balasanu, 5 Bucuresti up to WWII.

My father Adrian (Marcovici) CANELLA was inmate at Arzberger-Heim
DP Camp in Wien in 1948.

Does it ring anyone's bell?
Appreciate any response.

Best Regards
Artur Canella Avelar,
Belo Horizonte, Brazil


The name Sonien #ukraine

nilsen52@...
 

Hello Genners!

My father, Saul, is nearly 89 years old. His father was >from Dubno
(now Ukraine) and his mother >from Lyakhavichi (Belarus). He has always
said that his Jewish name is Sonien (pronounced SAWN-yen). I have
never come across this name otherwise in my research. Has anyone ever
heard this name before? Could it be a Yiddish version of another name?
Any input would be appreciated.

Please reply privately unless you have information of general interest.

Best regards to all,
Shari Gerber Nilsen
Oslo, Norway
Researching: GERBER Dubno, WEINGER Lyakhavichi, MUKASEY Lyakhavichi,
EHRENFELD Homok/Berehove, KORN Brzezany/L'viv, SCHWARZ Onut/L'viv


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine The name Sonien #ukraine

nilsen52@...
 

Hello Genners!

My father, Saul, is nearly 89 years old. His father was >from Dubno
(now Ukraine) and his mother >from Lyakhavichi (Belarus). He has always
said that his Jewish name is Sonien (pronounced SAWN-yen). I have
never come across this name otherwise in my research. Has anyone ever
heard this name before? Could it be a Yiddish version of another name?
Any input would be appreciated.

Please reply privately unless you have information of general interest.

Best regards to all,
Shari Gerber Nilsen
Oslo, Norway
Researching: GERBER Dubno, WEINGER Lyakhavichi, MUKASEY Lyakhavichi,
EHRENFELD Homok/Berehove, KORN Brzezany/L'viv, SCHWARZ Onut/L'viv


Annual School Reports, Memorial Book, Directories, Property Owners, Yearbooks, Holocaust, etc. #general

Marilyn Robinson
 

Hi All,
Available on my blog, "Jewish Gem's Genealogy: Mining for Your Elusive
Ancestors" at YourJewishGem.blogspot.com are the follow posts that may
be of interest to you:

Scheduled:

Lviv/Lemberg: 1909 Annual School Report, Part 1 (#2)
Belarus: 1916 Mogilev Province Memorial Book (#2)
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Available:

Belarus: 1941 Mogilev

Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#1)
Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#2)
Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#3)
Lviv/Lemberg: 1909 Annual School Report, Part 1 (#1)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Doctors
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Midwives (#1A)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Midwives (#1B)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1882 Directory--Education (#2)
Galicia: 1904-05 Property Ownership
Tarnow: 1914-15, 1915-16 School Report--Tarnow Mercantile National
School

Babi Yar/Babin Yar: The Executed
Cherkasy: 1909 Telephone Subscribers, Doctors, Dentists
Glinyany:Scans & Images
Novo Priluki: 1924 List of Property Owners
Odessa: 1817-1856: Richelieu Lyceum--Students
Ternopil: 1862 Annual School Report--Students/Teachers

Sokiryany: 1906 Voters' List

Harbin China: Russian Immigration (Jewish)

Holocaust: 1939 List of Individuals with Relatives in the US (Krakow,
Germany, Austria, etc.)
Holocaust:USHMM--Oral History Interviews
Holocaust: USHMM--History Animated Maps; "Behind Every Name a Story"

Hungary: Cemetery Photos & Synagogue

Kursk: "Kherson Old Jewish Cemetery

Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Lawyers (#1)
Moldova:1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Accountants (#2)
Moldova: 1940: Chisinau Yearbook-- (#3)
Moldova: 1940-Chisinau Yearbook-- Workshops, etc. (#4)
Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Jewish Community; Professional Assoc.
(#6)
Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Various businesses (#7)

Latvia: Riga--Jews in the Circus

Poland/Belarus/Lithuania: 1928-1939 Vilnius/Vilna--Landowners (#2)

Rostov-On-Don: Medical

Silesia: 1906, 1912 Schools--Teachers

Syrian Refugees: Secret Israeli Aid

USSR: List of Medical Doctors: Female Doctors (#5)

Vilnius/Vilna Schools: Graduates

Warsaw:1870-1894 Warsaw University--Midwifery (#5)


Marilyn Robinson
Florida
yourjewishgem.blogspot.com

Searching: Unterberger (Galicia, Austria), Kapelner (Galicia, Austria,
Tarnow), Shutz/Schultz (Galicia, Austria, Ulanow), Yudin
(Sharkovshchina), Luria/Lurie (Lodz, Warsaw), Reichman (Warsaw)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Annual School Reports, Memorial Book, Directories, Property Owners, Yearbooks, Holocaust, etc. #general

Marilyn Robinson
 

Hi All,
Available on my blog, "Jewish Gem's Genealogy: Mining for Your Elusive
Ancestors" at YourJewishGem.blogspot.com are the follow posts that may
be of interest to you:

Scheduled:

Lviv/Lemberg: 1909 Annual School Report, Part 1 (#2)
Belarus: 1916 Mogilev Province Memorial Book (#2)
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Available:

Belarus: 1941 Mogilev

Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#1)
Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#2)
Brody: 1885 Annual School Report (#3)
Lviv/Lemberg: 1909 Annual School Report, Part 1 (#1)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Doctors
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Midwives (#1A)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1870 Directory--Midwives (#1B)
Galicia/Lodomeria: 1882 Directory--Education (#2)
Galicia: 1904-05 Property Ownership
Tarnow: 1914-15, 1915-16 School Report--Tarnow Mercantile National
School

Babi Yar/Babin Yar: The Executed
Cherkasy: 1909 Telephone Subscribers, Doctors, Dentists
Glinyany:Scans & Images
Novo Priluki: 1924 List of Property Owners
Odessa: 1817-1856: Richelieu Lyceum--Students
Ternopil: 1862 Annual School Report--Students/Teachers

Sokiryany: 1906 Voters' List

Harbin China: Russian Immigration (Jewish)

Holocaust: 1939 List of Individuals with Relatives in the US (Krakow,
Germany, Austria, etc.)
Holocaust:USHMM--Oral History Interviews
Holocaust: USHMM--History Animated Maps; "Behind Every Name a Story"

Hungary: Cemetery Photos & Synagogue

Kursk: "Kherson Old Jewish Cemetery

Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Lawyers (#1)
Moldova:1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Accountants (#2)
Moldova: 1940: Chisinau Yearbook-- (#3)
Moldova: 1940-Chisinau Yearbook-- Workshops, etc. (#4)
Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Jewish Community; Professional Assoc.
(#6)
Moldova: 1940 Chisinau Yearbook--Various businesses (#7)

Latvia: Riga--Jews in the Circus

Poland/Belarus/Lithuania: 1928-1939 Vilnius/Vilna--Landowners (#2)

Rostov-On-Don: Medical

Silesia: 1906, 1912 Schools--Teachers

Syrian Refugees: Secret Israeli Aid

USSR: List of Medical Doctors: Female Doctors (#5)

Vilnius/Vilna Schools: Graduates

Warsaw:1870-1894 Warsaw University--Midwifery (#5)


Marilyn Robinson
Florida
yourjewishgem.blogspot.com

Searching: Unterberger (Galicia, Austria), Kapelner (Galicia, Austria,
Tarnow), Shutz/Schultz (Galicia, Austria, Ulanow), Yudin
(Sharkovshchina), Luria/Lurie (Lodz, Warsaw), Reichman (Warsaw)


Re: Pale of Settlement #general

David Oseas <doseas{nospam}@...>
 

On 10/3/2013 6:38 PM, Mara Fein, PhD, CG wrote:
I am creating a family history book for a client and am seeking an image
of the Pale of Settlement. Is anyone aware of where I could find such an
image that would be out of copyright or one I could get permission to use
in such a book?
A few minutes with your favorite search engine should return many hits:
in addition to the phrase "Pale of Settlement map", try adding "public
domain" or "Creative Commons".

Google Books (http://books.google.com/) is good for finding digitized
copies of books with expired copyrights.

Also, WikiMedia Commons contains many public domain images. There are a
few maps of the Pale:
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Pale_of_Settlement

Regards,
David Oseas

Researching:
HYMAN/HEYMAN/HEIMOWITS/CHAJMOVITS: Zemplen-Dobra, Hungary > New York
KLEIN: Satoraljaujhely (Ujhely), Hungary > New York > Los Angeles
OSEAS/OSIAS/OSIASI/OZIAS: Iasi, Romania > Chicago > Milwaukee > Los Angeles
SCHECHTER/SCHACHTER: Odessa, Ukraine > New York
SHERMAN: Iasi, Romania > New York > Los Angeles STECKER: New York > Florida
WICHMAN: Syczkowo (Bobruisk), Belarus > Milwaukee > Los Angeles


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Pale of Settlement #general

David Oseas <doseas{nospam}@...>
 

On 10/3/2013 6:38 PM, Mara Fein, PhD, CG wrote:
I am creating a family history book for a client and am seeking an image
of the Pale of Settlement. Is anyone aware of where I could find such an
image that would be out of copyright or one I could get permission to use
in such a book?
A few minutes with your favorite search engine should return many hits:
in addition to the phrase "Pale of Settlement map", try adding "public
domain" or "Creative Commons".

Google Books (http://books.google.com/) is good for finding digitized
copies of books with expired copyrights.

Also, WikiMedia Commons contains many public domain images. There are a
few maps of the Pale:
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Pale_of_Settlement

Regards,
David Oseas

Researching:
HYMAN/HEYMAN/HEIMOWITS/CHAJMOVITS: Zemplen-Dobra, Hungary > New York
KLEIN: Satoraljaujhely (Ujhely), Hungary > New York > Los Angeles
OSEAS/OSIAS/OSIASI/OZIAS: Iasi, Romania > Chicago > Milwaukee > Los Angeles
SCHECHTER/SCHACHTER: Odessa, Ukraine > New York
SHERMAN: Iasi, Romania > New York > Los Angeles STECKER: New York > Florida
WICHMAN: Syczkowo (Bobruisk), Belarus > Milwaukee > Los Angeles


Re: Aliases in US public records #general

cecilia <myths@...>
 

Lucy Meyer wrote:
snip..
I have a database address history for a person I'm researching in the US.
In this record, his name and different aliases are mentioned:
Charles EPSTEIN
Mark C EPSTEIN
M J EPSTEIN
Mark C EATON
snip.....

I knew an American family (I knew the mother and the two daughters -
daughters born about 1920, give or take a bit) that, I was told by one
of their friends, had at some point changed the surname >from a name
ending -stein to Eaton, in order not to seem German to other
Americans.

They did it officially and completely, but I can imagine someone else
doing it in some situations only.

Cecilia Nyleve


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Aliases in US public records #general

cecilia <myths@...>
 

Lucy Meyer wrote:
snip..
I have a database address history for a person I'm researching in the US.
In this record, his name and different aliases are mentioned:
Charles EPSTEIN
Mark C EPSTEIN
M J EPSTEIN
Mark C EATON
snip.....

I knew an American family (I knew the mother and the two daughters -
daughters born about 1920, give or take a bit) that, I was told by one
of their friends, had at some point changed the surname >from a name
ending -stein to Eaton, in order not to seem German to other
Americans.

They did it officially and completely, but I can imagine someone else
doing it in some situations only.

Cecilia Nyleve


Hebrew reader's help to find "pre-subscriber" from book listed in Hebrew Subscription Lists #general

Jon Jaroker <jewishgen@...>
 

Hello,

Would someone who reads Hebrew please help me determine whether a
'pre-subscriber' >from "Jurovice" is identified in the book Compilation Abraham.

While researching my Yurevichi town, I discovered that the Hebrew
Subscription List shows this book pre-ordered by an individual or group
from this town. I believe that I have located the correct book, as the
title, author, place of publication and year of publication all match.
I am having difficulty translating it.

You can see the Yiddish and Hebrew details for the pre-subscriber as
well as book on my research site here:

http://yurevichi.org/sources/hsl/start

The actual book is available online here:

http://www.hebrewbooks.org/pdfpager.aspx?req=7657&pgnum=1

The pre-subscriber I am trying to identify comes >from the town "Jurovice".
The Yiddish spelling is on the website; this email list does not take foreign
characters.

Please let me know if you can either identify the pre-subscriber >from this
town, or confirm that the online version does not show any pre-subscribers
(in which case I will need to visit the Jewish Theological Seminary to find
the physical first edition).

Thank you,
Jon

PLEASE REPLY PRIVATELY

Jon Jaroker
New York, NY

Genealogy Website: http://findfollow.com

Researching:
* KOLIK, KULIK, KULICK >from Yurevichi Belarus
* SCHWARTZ, SHVARTZ >from Yurevichi Belarus
* YAROKER, JAROKER >from Kaniv Ukraine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hebrew reader's help to find "pre-subscriber" from book listed in Hebrew Subscription Lists #general

Jon Jaroker <jewishgen@...>
 

Hello,

Would someone who reads Hebrew please help me determine whether a
'pre-subscriber' >from "Jurovice" is identified in the book Compilation Abraham.

While researching my Yurevichi town, I discovered that the Hebrew
Subscription List shows this book pre-ordered by an individual or group
from this town. I believe that I have located the correct book, as the
title, author, place of publication and year of publication all match.
I am having difficulty translating it.

You can see the Yiddish and Hebrew details for the pre-subscriber as
well as book on my research site here:

http://yurevichi.org/sources/hsl/start

The actual book is available online here:

http://www.hebrewbooks.org/pdfpager.aspx?req=7657&pgnum=1

The pre-subscriber I am trying to identify comes >from the town "Jurovice".
The Yiddish spelling is on the website; this email list does not take foreign
characters.

Please let me know if you can either identify the pre-subscriber >from this
town, or confirm that the online version does not show any pre-subscribers
(in which case I will need to visit the Jewish Theological Seminary to find
the physical first edition).

Thank you,
Jon

PLEASE REPLY PRIVATELY

Jon Jaroker
New York, NY

Genealogy Website: http://findfollow.com

Researching:
* KOLIK, KULIK, KULICK >from Yurevichi Belarus
* SCHWARTZ, SHVARTZ >from Yurevichi Belarus
* YAROKER, JAROKER >from Kaniv Ukraine


Re: Ferszt family in Warsaw #warsaw #poland

nicole.berline@...
 

Dear Allen

I know your feelings. I researched my Warsaw grand-parents for over 20
years before I could find some trace of them. I remember writing on my
homepage: "not only did the nazis and their accomplices
exterminate everyone in my mother's family, they also erased any trace
of their existence" (my mother was the only survivor and she would never
talk about her family). Finally, I had some success by combining
informations >from the various sources listed by Hadassah Lipsius and the
following messages answering your message.

For me, the most useful resource was http://genealogyindexer.org/ which
I used by doing full text search in directories, not only on names but
also on addresses.

Best wishes

Nicole Berline, Paris.

Fellow researchers,

I'm a bit frustrated. JRI-Poland is one of the most valuable and
indispenable resources on the internet and we'd all be lost without
it. I know that they continue to work hard to bring many thousands of
additional records online and we can all look forward to seeing what
they have in the pipeline. This is not, in any way, a critique of
them. They have done, and continue to do, a magnificent job. I'd be
stupid to criticize them in any way and I most certainly am not..

I also know that millions of records are likely lost forever and that
the Jewish population in Warsaw was quite large and the odds of
finding a particular family in JRI-Poland's database small.

Still, I am frustrated with not being able to find any trace of my
ancestors in Warsaw even though they lived there (I've also used many
other sources aside >from JRI-Poland) >from at least 1885 (and probably
before) until at least 1940 (and likely at least 1942).

At least four births to my Ferszt great grandparents in 1885, 1889,
1895, and perhaps two unknown.
At least two weddings in Warsaw to two brothers surnamed Melcer, one
in 1909 and one about 10 years later.
At least six children in Warsaw born to these two weddings.

No documentation whatever except for a surviving marriage invitation,
some photographs sent to the two Ferszt brothers who came to America,
a few Yad Vashem records submitted by a branch of the family in
Israel. Also, some faint family memories of the family there.

Perhaps a photograph on a website dedicated to Jewish cemeteries in
Poland showing the gravestone of my great grandmother (I'm thrilled to
have it) and another possibly of one of the Melcer brothers.

So, this is more a venting of frustration than anything else. I'm
lucky to have what I have and treasure it. I value the incredible work
done by researchers and all at JRI and would be lost without them. I
know patience
should be one of the hallmarks of family historians no matter who they
are researching and I consider myself a patient person.

But I'm frustrated that a family (certainly just one of many ordinary
families, I know) can live in a major city for at least 55 years
without a trace. Thus, this vent.......

Allen Kurtz
Mahopac, New York

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Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Re: Ferszt family in Warsaw #poland #warsaw

nicole.berline@...
 

Dear Allen

I know your feelings. I researched my Warsaw grand-parents for over 20
years before I could find some trace of them. I remember writing on my
homepage: "not only did the nazis and their accomplices
exterminate everyone in my mother's family, they also erased any trace
of their existence" (my mother was the only survivor and she would never
talk about her family). Finally, I had some success by combining
informations >from the various sources listed by Hadassah Lipsius and the
following messages answering your message.

For me, the most useful resource was http://genealogyindexer.org/ which
I used by doing full text search in directories, not only on names but
also on addresses.

Best wishes

Nicole Berline, Paris.

Fellow researchers,

I'm a bit frustrated. JRI-Poland is one of the most valuable and
indispenable resources on the internet and we'd all be lost without
it. I know that they continue to work hard to bring many thousands of
additional records online and we can all look forward to seeing what
they have in the pipeline. This is not, in any way, a critique of
them. They have done, and continue to do, a magnificent job. I'd be
stupid to criticize them in any way and I most certainly am not..

I also know that millions of records are likely lost forever and that
the Jewish population in Warsaw was quite large and the odds of
finding a particular family in JRI-Poland's database small.

Still, I am frustrated with not being able to find any trace of my
ancestors in Warsaw even though they lived there (I've also used many
other sources aside >from JRI-Poland) >from at least 1885 (and probably
before) until at least 1940 (and likely at least 1942).

At least four births to my Ferszt great grandparents in 1885, 1889,
1895, and perhaps two unknown.
At least two weddings in Warsaw to two brothers surnamed Melcer, one
in 1909 and one about 10 years later.
At least six children in Warsaw born to these two weddings.

No documentation whatever except for a surviving marriage invitation,
some photographs sent to the two Ferszt brothers who came to America,
a few Yad Vashem records submitted by a branch of the family in
Israel. Also, some faint family memories of the family there.

Perhaps a photograph on a website dedicated to Jewish cemeteries in
Poland showing the gravestone of my great grandmother (I'm thrilled to
have it) and another possibly of one of the Melcer brothers.

So, this is more a venting of frustration than anything else. I'm
lucky to have what I have and treasure it. I value the incredible work
done by researchers and all at JRI and would be lost without them. I
know patience
should be one of the hallmarks of family historians no matter who they
are researching and I consider myself a patient person.

But I'm frustrated that a family (certainly just one of many ordinary
families, I know) can live in a major city for at least 55 years
without a trace. Thus, this vent.......

Allen Kurtz
Mahopac, New York

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Re: What Can I Do With Old, Unidentified Family Photographs? #general

Emily Garber
 

Stanley and Shelda Sandler <stanshel@msn.com> wrote:
A few months ago, my cousin moved to Israel. Before she left, she gave me a
true family treasure: a large box of photographs. Many of them were
shapshots taken by our aunt, of blessed memory. My cousin told me that she
could not identify the people in the photos (none were marked or dated on
the back). I was able to identify some (and immediately wrote names on the
back of those photos along with an approximate year the picture could have
been taken).....
For help with photo identification one should consider loading some
images to Dead Fred Genealogy Photo Archive at deadfred.com

Emily Garber
Phoenix, AZ
http://www.extrayad.blogspot.com
http://www.kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/yurovshchina/index.html


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: What Can I Do With Old, Unidentified Family Photographs? #general

Emily Garber
 

Stanley and Shelda Sandler <stanshel@msn.com> wrote:
A few months ago, my cousin moved to Israel. Before she left, she gave me a
true family treasure: a large box of photographs. Many of them were
shapshots taken by our aunt, of blessed memory. My cousin told me that she
could not identify the people in the photos (none were marked or dated on
the back). I was able to identify some (and immediately wrote names on the
back of those photos along with an approximate year the picture could have
been taken).....
For help with photo identification one should consider loading some
images to Dead Fred Genealogy Photo Archive at deadfred.com

Emily Garber
Phoenix, AZ
http://www.extrayad.blogspot.com
http://www.kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/yurovshchina/index.html

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