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Germany Easing of Restoration of German Citizenship for Descendants of Nazi Persecution #germany

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The German Federal Ministry of the Interior eased the rules regarding restoration of citizenship for descendants of victims of National Socialist persecution. Under certain circumstances some individuals may more easily acquire German citizenship.  The edict was dated August 30, 2019.

 

Those who stand to benefit include:

 

  • children born in wedlock before April 1, 1953, to German mothers whose citizenship had been revoked and foreign fathers;
  • children born out of wedlock before July 1, 1993, to German fathers whose citizenship had been revoked and foreign mothers, provided the paternity of those children was recognized and determined under German law prior to their reaching the age of 23; and
  • children whose German parent had acquired foreign citizenship and lost their German citizenship amid National Socialist persecution, including children whose mothers emigrated as a result of persecution and lost their German citizenship prior to April 1, 1953, through marriage to a foreign man;

 

            and, in most cases, their descendants.

 

The edict may be read at:

https://www.bmi.bund.de/SharedDocs/pressemitteilungen/DE/2019/08/wiedergutmachung-ns-verbrechen.html

It is in German. However, if you use Chrome as your browser it will translate it, or use a translation service such as

https://translate.google.com/

 

You may also read a release from the German Missions in the United States which explains the existing law and information on obtaining German citizenship. It also has a link for the application for naturalization. See:

https://www.germany.info/us-en/service/03-Citizenship/restoration-of-german-citizenship/925120

This is available in both English and German which you can chose at the upper right of the page.


An article about this may be read at:

https://www.dw.com/en/descendants-of-nazi-era-jews-fight-for-german-citizenship/a-50211163

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 


France to be First County in EU to Introduce Facial Recognition Software for Government Services #france

Jan Meisels Allen
 

 

 

Facial recognition technology, especially when used by government agencies is controversial. France has announced it will be the first European Union country to introduce facial recognition software for government services.  Once implemented it will give users access to approximately 500 government websites.  France says the program will not keep tabs on its residents, as it won’t be integrating the facial recognition biometric into citizens’ identity databases.

 

How it works

 

A new government app, Alicem,  is based on facial recognition software. One takes a video of their face on their smart phone and uploads the video to a government server. This server has the information collected from the person’s data from their biometric passports or electronic residence permit.  This is in Beta testing now but expected to go live by later this year.

 

Not All Agree Its Legal

 

Some believe this is a violation of the General Data Protection Regulation which bans facial recognition systems with some exceptions—such as when the person gives consent for use of the software. Frances’ data regulator, CNIL says the GDPR makes free choice mandatory is very concerned over this program.

 

Concerns range from proper lighting, use of makeup and position of the person in relationship to the camera compared with the photograph used to against it—especially if the photograph is an older one.

 

Martin Drago, a legal expert at La Quadrature du Net, a group that defends digital rights and civil liberties and which is suing the government at France's highest court of appeals, Conseil d’Etat.  That decision is expected in a few months. Bloomberg News reported that a hacker was able to break into the government app in just over one hour.

 

There is legislation in the French Parliament to create a framework for wide-ranging tests of facial recognition technology.

To read more see:

https://www.dw.com/en/france-embraces-facial-recognition-tech/a-51106489

and

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-10-03/french-liberte-tested-by-nationwide-facial-recognition-id-plan

 

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 

 


The APOTHEKER-LANDAU Connection in Nowy Sacz A Breakthrough #rabbinic

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Dear Siggers,

I am glad to update you that after a long journey of more that six
years we manged to solve one of our family's mysteries.

Along the way I committed several unnecessary mistakes and omissions
but with the help and the professionalism of the SIGs members I was
guided in the right avenue. The only fact we knew was that my wife's
great grandfather Isac Saul APOTHEKER was born in 1831 in Nowy Sacz
and married a certain Lea LANDAU around 1850. There are no BMD s for
this early period and of course LANDAU is a huge tribe. It was only
after an unknown descendant of the APOTHEKER family provided me
with a reference >from a Rabbinical literature indicating that Isac
Saul married with the grand daughter of Rabbi Baruch SEGA"L LANDA who
was the Av Beth Din of Nowy Sacz and environs. Another experienced
Sigger with a sharp eye found out in Geni an entry for Rabbi Baruch
Ha Levi LANDAU and his son Judah Leib Ha Levi LANDAU. Comparison of the
given names of the children confirms the pattern of lineage in both
families. Other Siggers provided useful suggestions and further
reference to Rabbinical literature and discussion groups in Yiddish.

Thank you all!!!

Annette and Jacob Rosen
Jerusalem


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic The APOTHEKER-LANDAU Connection in Nowy Sacz A Breakthrough #rabbinic

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Dear Siggers,

I am glad to update you that after a long journey of more that six
years we manged to solve one of our family's mysteries.

Along the way I committed several unnecessary mistakes and omissions
but with the help and the professionalism of the SIGs members I was
guided in the right avenue. The only fact we knew was that my wife's
great grandfather Isac Saul APOTHEKER was born in 1831 in Nowy Sacz
and married a certain Lea LANDAU around 1850. There are no BMD s for
this early period and of course LANDAU is a huge tribe. It was only
after an unknown descendant of the APOTHEKER family provided me
with a reference >from a Rabbinical literature indicating that Isac
Saul married with the grand daughter of Rabbi Baruch SEGA"L LANDA who
was the Av Beth Din of Nowy Sacz and environs. Another experienced
Sigger with a sharp eye found out in Geni an entry for Rabbi Baruch
Ha Levi LANDAU and his son Judah Leib Ha Levi LANDAU. Comparison of the
given names of the children confirms the pattern of lineage in both
families. Other Siggers provided useful suggestions and further
reference to Rabbinical literature and discussion groups in Yiddish.

Thank you all!!!

Annette and Jacob Rosen
Jerusalem


Statistics on Conversos #sephardic

Ralph Baer
 

Although, I have been a member of JewishGen almost since the start (I am
member 1283), I only just joined this list. I do have other known Sephardic
ancestors besides for the line which I discuss here.

In August, I received an email >from someone who is a mitochondrial DNA
match. Mitochondrial DNA is passed >from mother to child. Both male and
female children inherit it, but males do not pass it further. Thus this
match indicates that we are related on our purely maternal lines.

The person whom I match is >from Mallorca, Spain. Although he knew that both
his father and mother were descended on their male lines >from people who
converted >from Judaism due to the Inquisition, he did not know about his
purely maternal line which is why he took the test. The fact that he matches
a great number of central and eastern European Jews proves that this line is
also Jewish.

In my case, I can trace my maternal line only pack to a woman named Lina or
Lia ( = Leah) who was born in 1753 in the town of Birstein in the
present-day Main-Kinzig-Kreis in Hessen, Germany. That is only about halfway
back to the Inquisition.

What else I noticed is that almost all of my many mitochondrial matches are
obviously primarily Ashkenazi. There are only a couple of other who appear
to have ancestors >from Spain. What I am curious about is if anyone has any
statistics, even if quite approximate, as to what percentage of Jews
converted at the time of the Inquisition as opposed to leaving Spain?


Ralph N. Baer Washington, DC RalphNBaer@aol.com


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Statistics on Conversos #sephardic

Ralph Baer
 

Although, I have been a member of JewishGen almost since the start (I am
member 1283), I only just joined this list. I do have other known Sephardic
ancestors besides for the line which I discuss here.

In August, I received an email >from someone who is a mitochondrial DNA
match. Mitochondrial DNA is passed >from mother to child. Both male and
female children inherit it, but males do not pass it further. Thus this
match indicates that we are related on our purely maternal lines.

The person whom I match is >from Mallorca, Spain. Although he knew that both
his father and mother were descended on their male lines >from people who
converted >from Judaism due to the Inquisition, he did not know about his
purely maternal line which is why he took the test. The fact that he matches
a great number of central and eastern European Jews proves that this line is
also Jewish.

In my case, I can trace my maternal line only pack to a woman named Lina or
Lia ( = Leah) who was born in 1753 in the town of Birstein in the
present-day Main-Kinzig-Kreis in Hessen, Germany. That is only about halfway
back to the Inquisition.

What else I noticed is that almost all of my many mitochondrial matches are
obviously primarily Ashkenazi. There are only a couple of other who appear
to have ancestors >from Spain. What I am curious about is if anyone has any
statistics, even if quite approximate, as to what percentage of Jews
converted at the time of the Inquisition as opposed to leaving Spain?


Ralph N. Baer Washington, DC RalphNBaer@aol.com


Looking for a HERSZKOWICZ family from Rawa Mazowiecka, Lodz (names covering 1820-1874)

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Hello all,
I am searching (again) for a Herszkowicz family, this time with added info, assembled by me making "reliable guesses" using JRI search.
 
Here are the family details:
Place: Rawa Mazowiecka, Lodz, Poland
 
Individuals
Moshe Michael HERSZKOWICZ, married to Chana nee BIRENCWAJG/BIRENTZWEIG) (daughter of Nossen) - both must have been born around 1820.

Children:
Perla Laja (1845)
Wolf Hersz (1845)
Izrael Aron (1846-1852)
Blima Ryfka (1852)
Nusen Abram married to Tz*** Feige nee Krel
Son: Mendel Majer, married to Chaja Necha nee Kano/Kahana (1874) - my family
 
If any of you relate to any of the names above, please reply back.
Thank you,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


Translation request - Hebrew - Avraham Zvi Hersch BEUTEL gravestone

Selma Sheridan
 

A photo of the gravestone of my great-grandfather, Avraham Zvi Hersch
BEUTEL, in Hebrew, is posted at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75827.
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page. Please
provide a translation of every word, as we know so little about him and are
searching for clues. Is there a notation of the names of his parents or
other family members, or his place of birth?
Many thanks in advance,
Selma Sigal Sheridan
Oswego NY


DAVID GOLDBERG PETITION ... WRONG FAMILY

Joan Parker
 

Hello. I have a four-page petition for DAVID GOLDBERG, US District
Court, Brooklyn, NY. . DoB: Dec 5, 1870; Tailor; address is on
Delancy Street; ETA Dec 25, 1890. Witness Morris Saphirstein. David
was naturalized on Apr 3,1899.
If this is your David I'll mail it to you as it is too big to scan on
my home printer.

Joan Parker
Past President/Archivist
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.
1) GOLDBERG, GOULD, GOODSTEIN/GUDSTEIN, BERGER, JAGODA-Lipno and
Plock,Poland-Russia; Warsaw, Poland-Russia; Galveston, TX; Bronx and
Brooklyn, NY.
2) PARKER, PINKUS/PINCUS, WINOGRAD, (GERSHO-BEROVNA?)., R0SEN, -Brest
(Litovsk), Belarus; Grodno, Russia; Bronx and Brooklyn, NY. WEISS,
NEIKRUG, DEL PINO--Brooklyn, NY. RABWIN--Hollywood, CA, Salt Lake
City, UT..
3) GELFAND, KRITZOFF, KATZ, TROCK --Berezin/Bresin, Kodima, Minsk,
Belarus, Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami Beach, FL.


Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island Meetiing

Jackie Wasserstein
 


JEWISH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONG ISLAND

Next Meeting Topic Is:

 

Transcarpathia: Eastern Slovak

and Ukrainian Jewish Research

with Jordan Ausländer

 

Jordan will discuss the genealogically relevant records that are available in and outside the Slovak Republic and Ukraine from a region that was in the 20th century Hungary, Czechoslovakia, USSR, and Ukraine.  He will share advice, based on his own visits to the region on how to focus your search to minimize opportunities for bureaucratic errors.

 

Jordan is a professional genealogical researcher, lecturer and expert witness.  His publications include a Genealogical Gazetteer of the Kingdom of Hungary, the Index to Vital Records in the Slovak State Archive System, and articles in Avotaynu and other periodicals.

 

 

  Sunday, November 24, 2019, at 2:00 pm

MID ISLAND Y JCC

45 MANETTO HILL ROAD

PLAINVIEW, NEW YORK

WWW.MIYJCC.ORG

 

Admission is free and all are Welcome.  Our “Mavens” are available at 1:30 PM to take your genealogy questions.

 

Jackie Wasserstein

 Past President


Servant of the Baron Hirsch School #galicia

Barbara Krasner
 

Through the JRI-Poland database, I recently found in the Kozlow (Galicia) birth records of my great-aunts an interesting description for my great-grandfather: He was a servant of the Baron Hirsch School in Kozlow. His occupation was a butcher. Has anyone else ever come across a Baron Hirsch affiliation in metrical records? Has anyone suggestions for resources about Baron Hirsch schools and initiatives in eastern Galicia?
Barbara Krasner
Somerset, NJ
Researching in Kozlow: Seife, Sass, Zuckerkandel, Amildank/Himeldank/Hameldank/Nachmicz


Re: Artur and Blanka LOFFLER from Trnava, Slovakia #hungary

HungarianRoots
 

In such a case one needs to do heir/descendant search by checking all
relevant post-1913 records pertaining to the Lofflers at the registry =
office
in Trnava first.

The birth records of Arthur and Blanka would shine light into this. They =
may
even contain later references to marriages, etc.
Then you can search for birth records of their children (if any).=20


Regards,
=A0
Karesz Vandor
genealogist/historian/private tour guide=20
=A0
Hungarian Roots
web: www.hungarianroots.com
e-mail: info@hungarianroots.com

-----Original Message-----
From: H-SIG [mailto:h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org]=20
Sent: Friday, November 8, 2019 2:02 AM
To: H-SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: [h-sig] Artur and Blanka LOFFLER >from Trnava, Slovakia

I appreciate any help in finding out more information about Artur =
LOFFLER,
(1913-1989)
who survived the Holocaust, lived, died and buried in Trnava, Slovakia.=20
I hope to confirm that he was first cousin of my late father Yossi =
LOFFLER.
On his gravestone >from Trnava his father's name in Hebrew is Ze'ev. =20
ViewMate =
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3DVM75768

My father had an uncle Wilhelm LOFFLER who was deported to his death to
Auschwitz >from Trnava.=20
Wilhelm's Hebrew name in his birth registration >from 1887 was "Binyamin
Ze'ev also known as Velvel".=20
We know that Wilhelm was married, but no idea who was his wife and if he =
had
children.=20
We assume, but can't prove, that Artur was Wilhelm's son.
We do not know if Artur had a wife and children and what he had left =
behind
when he died.=20
We also know of Blanka LOFFLER >from Trnava who perished in the Holocaust =
but
we do not anything else about her, if or how she is related to Wilhelm =
or to
Artur.
Any idea?=20

Yohanan LOEFFLER
Melbourne Australia


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Artur and Blanka LOFFLER from Trnava, Slovakia #hungary

HungarianRoots
 

In such a case one needs to do heir/descendant search by checking all
relevant post-1913 records pertaining to the Lofflers at the registry =
office
in Trnava first.

The birth records of Arthur and Blanka would shine light into this. They =
may
even contain later references to marriages, etc.
Then you can search for birth records of their children (if any).=20


Regards,
=A0
Karesz Vandor
genealogist/historian/private tour guide=20
=A0
Hungarian Roots
web: www.hungarianroots.com
e-mail: info@hungarianroots.com

-----Original Message-----
From: H-SIG [mailto:h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org]=20
Sent: Friday, November 8, 2019 2:02 AM
To: H-SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: [h-sig] Artur and Blanka LOFFLER >from Trnava, Slovakia

I appreciate any help in finding out more information about Artur =
LOFFLER,
(1913-1989)
who survived the Holocaust, lived, died and buried in Trnava, Slovakia.=20
I hope to confirm that he was first cousin of my late father Yossi =
LOFFLER.
On his gravestone >from Trnava his father's name in Hebrew is Ze'ev. =20
ViewMate =
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3DVM75768

My father had an uncle Wilhelm LOFFLER who was deported to his death to
Auschwitz >from Trnava.=20
Wilhelm's Hebrew name in his birth registration >from 1887 was "Binyamin
Ze'ev also known as Velvel".=20
We know that Wilhelm was married, but no idea who was his wife and if he =
had
children.=20
We assume, but can't prove, that Artur was Wilhelm's son.
We do not know if Artur had a wife and children and what he had left =
behind
when he died.=20
We also know of Blanka LOFFLER >from Trnava who perished in the Holocaust =
but
we do not anything else about her, if or how she is related to Wilhelm =
or to
Artur.
Any idea?=20

Yohanan LOEFFLER
Melbourne Australia


Looking for a HERSZKOWICZ family from Rawa Mazowiecka, Lodz (names covering 1820-1874) #lodz #poland

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Hello all,
I am searching (again) for a Herszkowicz family, this time with added
info, assembled by me making "reliable guesses" using JRI search.

Here are the family details:
Place: Rawa Mazowiecka, Lodz, Poland

[Individuals]:
Moshe Michael HERSZKOWICZ, married to Chana nee
BIRENCWAJG/BIRENTZWEIG) (daughter of Nossen) - both must have been
born around 1820.

[Children]:
.Perla Laja (1845)
.Wolf Hersz (1845)
.Izrael Aron (1846-1852)
.Blima Ryfka (1852)
.Nusen Abram married to Tz*** Feige nee Krel
.Son: Mendel Majer, married to Chaja Necha nee Kano/Kahana (1874) - my family

If any of you relate to any of the names above, please reply back.
Thank you
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Looking for a HERSZKOWICZ family from Rawa Mazowiecka, Lodz (names covering 1820-1874) #lodz #poland

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Hello all,
I am searching (again) for a Herszkowicz family, this time with added
info, assembled by me making "reliable guesses" using JRI search.

Here are the family details:
Place: Rawa Mazowiecka, Lodz, Poland

[Individuals]:
Moshe Michael HERSZKOWICZ, married to Chana nee
BIRENCWAJG/BIRENTZWEIG) (daughter of Nossen) - both must have been
born around 1820.

[Children]:
.Perla Laja (1845)
.Wolf Hersz (1845)
.Izrael Aron (1846-1852)
.Blima Ryfka (1852)
.Nusen Abram married to Tz*** Feige nee Krel
.Son: Mendel Majer, married to Chaja Necha nee Kano/Kahana (1874) - my family

If any of you relate to any of the names above, please reply back.
Thank you
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


Join or Renew membership in LitvakSIG #lithuania

Garri Regev
 

LitvakSIG has had another year of growth with a focus on releasing the
Vilnius Household Registers (VHR). Data continues to be made available
in batches, and the batch preview will allow you to determine if a
particular batch is of interest to you. For more detailed information
about the registers and our project please check out the LitvakSIG
website (https://www.litvaksig.org/research/special-projects/vilnius-househ=
old-registers).
To date there are approximately 35,000 lines available with the latest
batch release. Please remember that this information may help you find
mention of relatives who lived elsewhere and traveled to Vilnius or
were headed elsewhere and stopped in Vilnius along the way.

Obeliai Questionnaires - Because Jews, as a group, were suspected of
disloyalty to the Russian Empire, they were hastily thrown out of
western Kovno gubernia in May of 1915 as WWI came to Lithuania and the
Germans attacked >from East Prussia. Most were sent to interior Russia.
After the war, tens of thousands of the surviving displaced Lithuanian
Jews tried to return to Lithuania, almost all of them passing through
the frontier quarantine station in the tiny town of Obeliai. This was,
for all practical purposes, the only route back >from Russia. In
Obeliai, each returnee (or family head) filled out a questionnaire
indicating where they intended to go if readmitted to Lithuania and
includes significant personal details about each family member such as
the date and place of birth, maiden name, father's name, etc. Many of
these questionnaires have been preserved in the LCVA. We are pleased
to present these records. The total number of records is unknown; as
we translate more records, they will be appended to the existing
spreadsheet. An additional release is expected shortly.
In addition to the VHR LitvakSIG has released many other databases.

Our thanks to Russ Maurer, Dorothy Leivers and all of the volunteers
who spend hours preparing the databases for us.

A year ago we spoke of an upcoming member benefit. We're ready to give
you a peek! In the Members section of the LitvakSIG website you will
notice the headings: LitvakSIG Business, Resource Library, Maps,
Member List, News - and then three lines. When you click there you
will find another tab, Videos of Interest to LitvakSIG members or
https://donors.litvaksig.org/site/members/litvaksig-video-files-links.
We have started gathering videos and audio recordings that you may
find of interest.

There are many interesting resources for all researching family in
Lithuania in the Members Section, available to all dues-paying
members of LitvakSIG. Take some time to check it out.

In the coming year we hope that many of you will be at the IAJGS
Conference in San Diego, CA August 9-14, 2020. We have already
begun planning the programming for this conference. The IAJGS
Conference presents a wonderful opportunity to connect and learn together.

Please - while you are reading this and it is fresh in your memory -
go to the LitvakSIG website
https://www.litvaksig.org/membership-and-contributions/join-and-contribute/
and join or renew your membership for 2020!! We need your continued
support.

Thank you in advance.

Garri Regev
LitvakSIG Membership Chair


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Join or Renew membership in LitvakSIG #lithuania

Garri Regev
 

LitvakSIG has had another year of growth with a focus on releasing the
Vilnius Household Registers (VHR). Data continues to be made available
in batches, and the batch preview will allow you to determine if a
particular batch is of interest to you. For more detailed information
about the registers and our project please check out the LitvakSIG
website (https://www.litvaksig.org/research/special-projects/vilnius-househ=
old-registers).
To date there are approximately 35,000 lines available with the latest
batch release. Please remember that this information may help you find
mention of relatives who lived elsewhere and traveled to Vilnius or
were headed elsewhere and stopped in Vilnius along the way.

Obeliai Questionnaires - Because Jews, as a group, were suspected of
disloyalty to the Russian Empire, they were hastily thrown out of
western Kovno gubernia in May of 1915 as WWI came to Lithuania and the
Germans attacked >from East Prussia. Most were sent to interior Russia.
After the war, tens of thousands of the surviving displaced Lithuanian
Jews tried to return to Lithuania, almost all of them passing through
the frontier quarantine station in the tiny town of Obeliai. This was,
for all practical purposes, the only route back >from Russia. In
Obeliai, each returnee (or family head) filled out a questionnaire
indicating where they intended to go if readmitted to Lithuania and
includes significant personal details about each family member such as
the date and place of birth, maiden name, father's name, etc. Many of
these questionnaires have been preserved in the LCVA. We are pleased
to present these records. The total number of records is unknown; as
we translate more records, they will be appended to the existing
spreadsheet. An additional release is expected shortly.
In addition to the VHR LitvakSIG has released many other databases.

Our thanks to Russ Maurer, Dorothy Leivers and all of the volunteers
who spend hours preparing the databases for us.

A year ago we spoke of an upcoming member benefit. We're ready to give
you a peek! In the Members section of the LitvakSIG website you will
notice the headings: LitvakSIG Business, Resource Library, Maps,
Member List, News - and then three lines. When you click there you
will find another tab, Videos of Interest to LitvakSIG members or
https://donors.litvaksig.org/site/members/litvaksig-video-files-links.
We have started gathering videos and audio recordings that you may
find of interest.

There are many interesting resources for all researching family in
Lithuania in the Members Section, available to all dues-paying
members of LitvakSIG. Take some time to check it out.

In the coming year we hope that many of you will be at the IAJGS
Conference in San Diego, CA August 9-14, 2020. We have already
begun planning the programming for this conference. The IAJGS
Conference presents a wonderful opportunity to connect and learn together.

Please - while you are reading this and it is fresh in your memory -
go to the LitvakSIG website
https://www.litvaksig.org/membership-and-contributions/join-and-contribute/
and join or renew your membership for 2020!! We need your continued
support.

Thank you in advance.

Garri Regev
LitvakSIG Membership Chair


Need Translation from Polish #poland

Settlinger <settlinger@...>
 

Subj: ViewMate translation request - Polish

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation. It is
on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75829

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Sondra Sherman Ettlinger


JRI Poland #Poland Need Translation from Polish #poland

Settlinger <settlinger@...>
 

Subj: ViewMate translation request - Polish

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation. It is
on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75829

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Sondra Sherman Ettlinger


Translation request - Hebrew - Avraham Zvi Hersch BEUTEL gravestone #poland

Selma Sheridan
 

A photo of the gravestone of my great-grandfather, Avraham Zvi Hersch
BEUTEL, in Hebrew, is posted at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75827.

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page. Please
provide a translation of every word, as we know so little about him and are
searching for clues. Is there a notation of the names of his parents or
other family members, or his place of birth?

Many thanks in advance,
Selma Sigal Sheridan
Oswego NY

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