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Re: Late Marriage #hungary

Itzik Katz
 

Dear Moderator,
I wouldn't have bothered the H-SIG community with my inquiry had my
family not been >from Hungary.
Specifically, most of my family was >from Ujfeherto, Szabolzs Megye
from early 19th century until after the Holocaust.
Best regards,
Itzik Katz
Israel
On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at 9:33 AM Itzhak Katz katz.itzik@...
<h-sig@...> wrote:

Dear Siggers,

I am wondering what could the reason for a persons late marriage.

My grandfather b. 1873 married his first wife in 1903 (i.e. he was 30
years of age). He was the youngest of eight children in a well to do
family. His father (my great-grandfather) was a land owner and one of
the community leaders.

Jewish men, usually married at 18 or 21. I am puzzled by why he only
married so late. There were no wars during this time, he did not
travel to other countries or the USA, the family was well-to-do, and
distinguished.

I know that an older brother and older sister passed away from
"psychosis" which I suspect is a politically-correct alternative to
suicide. That may have decreased his "attractiveness" as a suitable
groom.

Thank you,
Itzik Katz
Israel

Moderator: Was your grandfather born in Hungary? Where? What was his name? Difficult
to provide responses when a message doesn't include basic information.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Late Marriage #hungary

Itzik Katz
 

Dear Moderator,
I wouldn't have bothered the H-SIG community with my inquiry had my
family not been >from Hungary.
Specifically, most of my family was >from Ujfeherto, Szabolzs Megye
from early 19th century until after the Holocaust.
Best regards,
Itzik Katz
Israel
On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at 9:33 AM Itzhak Katz katz.itzik@...
<h-sig@...> wrote:

Dear Siggers,

I am wondering what could the reason for a persons late marriage.

My grandfather b. 1873 married his first wife in 1903 (i.e. he was 30
years of age). He was the youngest of eight children in a well to do
family. His father (my great-grandfather) was a land owner and one of
the community leaders.

Jewish men, usually married at 18 or 21. I am puzzled by why he only
married so late. There were no wars during this time, he did not
travel to other countries or the USA, the family was well-to-do, and
distinguished.

I know that an older brother and older sister passed away from
"psychosis" which I suspect is a politically-correct alternative to
suicide. That may have decreased his "attractiveness" as a suitable
groom.

Thank you,
Itzik Katz
Israel

Moderator: Was your grandfather born in Hungary? Where? What was his name? Difficult
to provide responses when a message doesn't include basic information.


SCHVARTZ / LECHTMAN Offspring #ukraine

Harry Moatz
 

I am researching the SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /SHVARTZ / SHVARZ family. Part
of the family is >from Stanisalawow, now Ivano-Frankivisk, now in the
Western Ukraine (formerly Poland / Galicia). Part of the family is
from Monasterzyska, also now in the Western Ukraine (formerly Poland /
Galicia). I am aware of many members went to the New York area, some
went Isreal.

I am most interested in locating any offspring of Natan LEKHTMAN. His
testimony is preserved at Yad Vashem regarding the deaths of Berta
SCHVARTZ RUBIN, Freida SCHVARTZ VAENSHTOCK, and their respective
children, Fieda, Leonid, Tatiana ( aka Tynia), and Roza RUBIN; and
Zhana and Helena VAENSHTOCK. Natan is the grandson of Freida SCHVARTZ
VAENSHTOCK.

Berta and Freida SCHVARTZ's father, Mordechai (aka Marcus) SCHVARZ
(spelled without a t), was my ggrandfather's brother.

I would appreciate any family links in the SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /
SCHVARTZ or LEKTHMAN lineage. Please contact me privately at the
email above.

Thank you.


Harry Moatz
Potomac, MD, USA
Researching SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /SHVARTZ / SHVARZ >from Stanisalowow and
Monasteryzska: KESSLER / KESLER / KEZLER >from Pruzhany:TEITELBAUM /
ROSENFELD >from Jazlowiec (now Yazlovets)


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine SCHVARTZ / LECHTMAN Offspring #ukraine

Harry Moatz
 

I am researching the SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /SHVARTZ / SHVARZ family. Part
of the family is >from Stanisalawow, now Ivano-Frankivisk, now in the
Western Ukraine (formerly Poland / Galicia). Part of the family is
from Monasterzyska, also now in the Western Ukraine (formerly Poland /
Galicia). I am aware of many members went to the New York area, some
went Isreal.

I am most interested in locating any offspring of Natan LEKHTMAN. His
testimony is preserved at Yad Vashem regarding the deaths of Berta
SCHVARTZ RUBIN, Freida SCHVARTZ VAENSHTOCK, and their respective
children, Fieda, Leonid, Tatiana ( aka Tynia), and Roza RUBIN; and
Zhana and Helena VAENSHTOCK. Natan is the grandson of Freida SCHVARTZ
VAENSHTOCK.

Berta and Freida SCHVARTZ's father, Mordechai (aka Marcus) SCHVARZ
(spelled without a t), was my ggrandfather's brother.

I would appreciate any family links in the SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /
SCHVARTZ or LEKTHMAN lineage. Please contact me privately at the
email above.

Thank you.


Harry Moatz
Potomac, MD, USA
Researching SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /SHVARTZ / SHVARZ >from Stanisalowow and
Monasteryzska: KESSLER / KESLER / KEZLER >from Pruzhany:TEITELBAUM /
ROSENFELD >from Jazlowiec (now Yazlovets)


website for the shtetl of Shepetovka #ukraine

Miriam Kirshner
 

For those of you who have ancestors >from the shtetl of Shepetovka, try
this new website:
https://sites.google.com/view/shepetovka-descendants. Shepetovka is
located within the boundaries on modern-day Ukraine, but was
previously part of Russia/USSR, and close to the pre-war border of
Poland. Shepetovka was an important center of learning and
agricultural production. It lies at the junction of several railway
lines. Emigrants >from Shepetovka went in large numbers to Palestine
(where some helped found the community of Kfar Yehoshua) and to the
United States, especially the Boston area, New York, and Chicago.
Others settled across the globe.


Miriam Kirshner
Researching NOVOSELSKY >from Shepetovka, GELLMAN >from Sudilkov, and
CHEICHENITZ >from Lechowitz Ukraine (website for that town is
https://sites.google.com/view/lechowitz).


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine website for the shtetl of Shepetovka #ukraine

Miriam Kirshner
 

For those of you who have ancestors >from the shtetl of Shepetovka, try
this new website:
https://sites.google.com/view/shepetovka-descendants. Shepetovka is
located within the boundaries on modern-day Ukraine, but was
previously part of Russia/USSR, and close to the pre-war border of
Poland. Shepetovka was an important center of learning and
agricultural production. It lies at the junction of several railway
lines. Emigrants >from Shepetovka went in large numbers to Palestine
(where some helped found the community of Kfar Yehoshua) and to the
United States, especially the Boston area, New York, and Chicago.
Others settled across the globe.


Miriam Kirshner
Researching NOVOSELSKY >from Shepetovka, GELLMAN >from Sudilkov, and
CHEICHENITZ >from Lechowitz Ukraine (website for that town is
https://sites.google.com/view/lechowitz).


Looking for Barbara GREENBERG Tyger #general

Carol Karp
 

A friend asked me to see if I could find Barbara GREENBERG Tyger or her daughter.
Barbara grew up in Astoria Queens and moved to New Jersey where she had a daughter.

If anyone knows of her where abouts it would be appreciated. Her friend
Joan Valentine Amend is looking to make contact.

Carol Karp
Tucson Arizona


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for Barbara GREENBERG Tyger #general

Carol Karp
 

A friend asked me to see if I could find Barbara GREENBERG Tyger or her daughter.
Barbara grew up in Astoria Queens and moved to New Jersey where she had a daughter.

If anyone knows of her where abouts it would be appreciated. Her friend
Joan Valentine Amend is looking to make contact.

Carol Karp
Tucson Arizona


LURIE Family - Hammond, Indiana #general

Bubbles Segall
 

I am looking for the family of Jacob LURIE and his wife Anna MER.

Jacob born 1873 in Lithuania and died in Hammond in 1959. His name
was originally Zalkind LUBITZ but he changed it to Jacob LURIE.
They had four daughters:
Libby 1907-1959
married Reuben BORDEN

Rosa born 1908
Alice - have no dates
Fanny - born 1910

Please respond privately

Regards
Bubbles Segall
Melbourne Australia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen LURIE Family - Hammond, Indiana #general

Bubbles Segall
 

I am looking for the family of Jacob LURIE and his wife Anna MER.

Jacob born 1873 in Lithuania and died in Hammond in 1959. His name
was originally Zalkind LUBITZ but he changed it to Jacob LURIE.
They had four daughters:
Libby 1907-1959
married Reuben BORDEN

Rosa born 1908
Alice - have no dates
Fanny - born 1910

Please respond privately

Regards
Bubbles Segall
Melbourne Australia


SCHVARTZ / LECHTMAN Offspring #general

Harry Moatz
 

I am researching the SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /SHVARTZ / SHVARZ family. Part
of the family is >from Stanisalawow, now Ivano-Frankivisk, now in the
Western Ukraine (formerly Poland / Galicia). Part of the family is
from Monasterzyska, also now in the Western Ukraine (formerly Poland /
Galicia). I am aware of many members went to the New York area, some
went Isreal.

I am most interested in locating any offspring of Natan LEKHTMAN. His
testimony is preserved at Yad Vashem regarding the deaths of Berta
SCHVARTZ RUBIN, Freida SCHVARTZ VAENSHTOCK, and their respective
children, Fieda, Leonid, Tatiana ( aka Tynia), and Roza RUBIN; and
Zhana and Helena VAENSHTOCK. Natan is the grandson of Freida SCHVARTZ
VAENSHTOCK.

Berta and Freida SCHVARTZ's father, Mordechai (aka Marcus) SCHVARZ
(spelled without a t), was my ggrandfather's brother.

I would appreciate any family links in the SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /
SCHVARTZ or LEKTHMAN lineage. Please contact me privately at the
email above.

Thank you.

Harry Moatz
Potomac, MD, USA

Researching SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /SHVARTZ / SHVARZ >from Stanisalowow and
Monasteryzska - KESSLER / KESLER / KEZLER >from Pruzhany - TEITELBAUM /
ROSENFELD >from Jazlowiec (now Yazlovets)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SCHVARTZ / LECHTMAN Offspring #general

Harry Moatz
 

I am researching the SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /SHVARTZ / SHVARZ family. Part
of the family is >from Stanisalawow, now Ivano-Frankivisk, now in the
Western Ukraine (formerly Poland / Galicia). Part of the family is
from Monasterzyska, also now in the Western Ukraine (formerly Poland /
Galicia). I am aware of many members went to the New York area, some
went Isreal.

I am most interested in locating any offspring of Natan LEKHTMAN. His
testimony is preserved at Yad Vashem regarding the deaths of Berta
SCHVARTZ RUBIN, Freida SCHVARTZ VAENSHTOCK, and their respective
children, Fieda, Leonid, Tatiana ( aka Tynia), and Roza RUBIN; and
Zhana and Helena VAENSHTOCK. Natan is the grandson of Freida SCHVARTZ
VAENSHTOCK.

Berta and Freida SCHVARTZ's father, Mordechai (aka Marcus) SCHVARZ
(spelled without a t), was my ggrandfather's brother.

I would appreciate any family links in the SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /
SCHVARTZ or LEKTHMAN lineage. Please contact me privately at the
email above.

Thank you.

Harry Moatz
Potomac, MD, USA

Researching SCHWARTZ / SCHWARZ /SHVARTZ / SHVARZ >from Stanisalowow and
Monasteryzska - KESSLER / KESLER / KEZLER >from Pruzhany - TEITELBAUM /
ROSENFELD >from Jazlowiec (now Yazlovets)


ViewMate: Help Translating Marriage Record - Polish #general

Raphael Thurm <littletalmid@...>
 

Shalom everyone,

I need help translating the following record I've posted on ViewMate:
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=70192

If anyone can please help out I would be very grateful.

Thanks in advance,
Raphael Thurm

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond via either Viewmate or via email directly to
Raphael.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate: Help Translating Marriage Record - Polish #general

Raphael Thurm <littletalmid@...>
 

Shalom everyone,

I need help translating the following record I've posted on ViewMate:
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=70192

If anyone can please help out I would be very grateful.

Thanks in advance,
Raphael Thurm

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond via either Viewmate or via email directly to
Raphael.


Searching RISHWORTH in Oxfordshire, England #general

Ellie Roden
 

Dear Genners,

I am seaching for information about Efrat Rishworth, daughter of Tom
and Ilse (nee Weihl) RIshworth. I only know that Efrat died in
Oxfordshire in May 2005. I do not know if she had any children. I
would be grateful to hear >from anyone who might have some information
about Efrat.

Thank you!

Ellie Roden
Vermont, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching RISHWORTH in Oxfordshire, England #general

Ellie Roden
 

Dear Genners,

I am seaching for information about Efrat Rishworth, daughter of Tom
and Ilse (nee Weihl) RIshworth. I only know that Efrat died in
Oxfordshire in May 2005. I do not know if she had any children. I
would be grateful to hear >from anyone who might have some information
about Efrat.

Thank you!

Ellie Roden
Vermont, USA


Become a Partner in JewishGen's Important Work! #poland

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Community,

In the past year, JewishGen has been extremely active. We added a
unified search interface to access more than 26 million records,
implemented a host of new web features, entered into a multitude of
important partnerships (including Beit Hatfutsot, and the Miriam
Weiner/Routes to Roots Foundation), and added more than 1 million
records to our collection.

And this is just the beginning!

We are currently focused on significantly expanding our content
acquisition, unveiling a brand new website and search experience, new
web tools, new online classes, and much more!

As you can see, we are working as hard as we possibly can - but we
need your help to continue and to grow!
Please click the following link to make a contribution, and become a
true partner in JewishGen's important work today. A gift of any amount
will make a real difference.

Link: https://jewishgen.app.thechesedfund.com/fallappeal

For those celebrating in the USA, hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving,
and I wish everyone a (early) Happy Chanukah!

Avraham

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org
agroll@...
646-437-4326


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Become a Partner in JewishGen's Important Work! #poland

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Community,

In the past year, JewishGen has been extremely active. We added a
unified search interface to access more than 26 million records,
implemented a host of new web features, entered into a multitude of
important partnerships (including Beit Hatfutsot, and the Miriam
Weiner/Routes to Roots Foundation), and added more than 1 million
records to our collection.

And this is just the beginning!

We are currently focused on significantly expanding our content
acquisition, unveiling a brand new website and search experience, new
web tools, new online classes, and much more!

As you can see, we are working as hard as we possibly can - but we
need your help to continue and to grow!
Please click the following link to make a contribution, and become a
true partner in JewishGen's important work today. A gift of any amount
will make a real difference.

Link: https://jewishgen.app.thechesedfund.com/fallappeal

For those celebrating in the USA, hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving,
and I wish everyone a (early) Happy Chanukah!

Avraham

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org
agroll@...
646-437-4326


Become a Partner in JewishGen's Important Work! #lodz #poland

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Community,

In the past year, JewishGen has been extremely active. We added a
unified search interface to access more than 26 million records,
implemented a host of new web features, entered into a multitude of
important partnerships (including Beit Hatfutsot, and the Miriam
Weiner/Routes to Roots Foundation), and added more than 1 million
records to our collection.

And this is just the beginning!

We are currently focused on significantly expanding our content
acquisition, unveiling a brand new website and search experience, new
web tools, new online classes, and much more!

As you can see, we are working as hard as we possibly can - but we
need your help to continue and to grow!
Please click the following link to make a contribution, and become a
true partner in JewishGen's important work today. A gift of any amount
will make a real difference.

Link: https://jewishgen.app.thechesedfund.com/fallappeal

For those celebrating in the USA, hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving,
and I wish everyone a (early) Happy Chanukah!

Avraham

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org
agroll@...
646-437-4326


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Become a Partner in JewishGen's Important Work! #lodz #poland

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Community,

In the past year, JewishGen has been extremely active. We added a
unified search interface to access more than 26 million records,
implemented a host of new web features, entered into a multitude of
important partnerships (including Beit Hatfutsot, and the Miriam
Weiner/Routes to Roots Foundation), and added more than 1 million
records to our collection.

And this is just the beginning!

We are currently focused on significantly expanding our content
acquisition, unveiling a brand new website and search experience, new
web tools, new online classes, and much more!

As you can see, we are working as hard as we possibly can - but we
need your help to continue and to grow!
Please click the following link to make a contribution, and become a
true partner in JewishGen's important work today. A gift of any amount
will make a real difference.

Link: https://jewishgen.app.thechesedfund.com/fallappeal

For those celebrating in the USA, hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving,
and I wish everyone a (early) Happy Chanukah!

Avraham

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org
agroll@...
646-437-4326

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