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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate 20808 #general

blrrcn@...
 

Hello,
I would like to call you attention to Viewmate 20808.
Its the birth record for my Great Grandfather Aron Schuster, he was born
in Mielnica, 1873, entry at the red mark.
I am hoping for an interpretation of the last column.
Please follow the link below.
Thank you for any assistance.
Brian Lehman

Researching:
Czortkow,Galicia - FISCHTHAL, KLEINMAN, RINTEL, SCHNEIDER, KAHNER, GRUNBERG.
Russia - SILVERSTEIN,ZILBERSCHTEIN,GROER.
Mielnica,Galicia - SCHUSTER, LEHMAN, MENDLOWITZ, WEISSMANN, STELMACH,
SCHNEIDER, GRISCHMANN. Chrzanow,Galicia - SCHNEIDER,BORENSTEIN,JOSEPH.
Wiznitz,Bukovina - PISTINER,PASTERNACK,FELDMANN,KALER.
Muenzenheim,Germany - DIEDELSCHEIMER,ELSASSER,HABISH,HABICHT,TURKHEIMER.

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=20808


Viewmate 20808 #general

blrrcn@...
 

Hello,
I would like to call you attention to Viewmate 20808.
Its the birth record for my Great Grandfather Aron Schuster, he was born
in Mielnica, 1873, entry at the red mark.
I am hoping for an interpretation of the last column.
Please follow the link below.
Thank you for any assistance.
Brian Lehman

Researching:
Czortkow,Galicia - FISCHTHAL, KLEINMAN, RINTEL, SCHNEIDER, KAHNER, GRUNBERG.
Russia - SILVERSTEIN,ZILBERSCHTEIN,GROER.
Mielnica,Galicia - SCHUSTER, LEHMAN, MENDLOWITZ, WEISSMANN, STELMACH,
SCHNEIDER, GRISCHMANN. Chrzanow,Galicia - SCHNEIDER,BORENSTEIN,JOSEPH.
Wiznitz,Bukovina - PISTINER,PASTERNACK,FELDMANN,KALER.
Muenzenheim,Germany - DIEDELSCHEIMER,ELSASSER,HABISH,HABICHT,TURKHEIMER.

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=20808


Re: Rob Garber #general

Natalie & Ernie Hartz
 

Thanks to one and all for their help.
Rob Garber was found and contacted directly thanks to Emily Garber who
posted recently on JewishGen about a different family (no relationship to
Rob)

My great uncle, Benjamin Altman, was distantly related only through a
marriage to one of his sons, and we clarified how the name entered his
family tree. Rob and I are not related in any way.

I was only interested in the Altman names and how it appeared in his tree,
not in any of the other names in Rob's family tree.

Natalie Hartz
East Windsor NJ
ALTMAN /CHOROSZUCHA-RAFEL-TOKOCIN, POLAND, RESNICK/RESNIKOFF-KIEV,
BERKOWSKY-DELATICZE, POLAND


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Rob Garber #general

Natalie & Ernie Hartz
 

Thanks to one and all for their help.
Rob Garber was found and contacted directly thanks to Emily Garber who
posted recently on JewishGen about a different family (no relationship to
Rob)

My great uncle, Benjamin Altman, was distantly related only through a
marriage to one of his sons, and we clarified how the name entered his
family tree. Rob and I are not related in any way.

I was only interested in the Altman names and how it appeared in his tree,
not in any of the other names in Rob's family tree.

Natalie Hartz
East Windsor NJ
ALTMAN /CHOROSZUCHA-RAFEL-TOKOCIN, POLAND, RESNICK/RESNIKOFF-KIEV,
BERKOWSKY-DELATICZE, POLAND


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Romanian birth certificate #general

Peter Zavon <pzavon@...>
 

In responding to Steve Pickholtz, "Martin Davis" <dawidowicz@...>
wrote
Drohobych (Drohobycz)- now politically part of Ukraine was part of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1919. It is about 500 miles away from
Bucharest. Pre 1919, Austria-Hungary did also include a considerable
amount
of Romania and until 1916, had borders that went to within 100 miles of
Bucharest.
I think this is misleading in that it suggests that regions then thought of
as Romanian were part of Austria-Hungary. Prior to WW1, Romania consisted of
two provinces, Wallachia and Moldova. Bucharest was in Wallachia and was the
national capitol. All of Romania then was much smaller than modern Romania.
There were, no doubt, ethnic Romanians in parts of the Kingdom of Hungary,
which was adjacent to Romania, and which included within its borders the
region called Transylvania.

After WW1, large portions of Hungary, which had been a major part of the
Austrian Empire, were incorporated into Romania. So large parts of modern
Romania were once part of the Kingdom of Hungary and thus part of Austria.
But someone listed as "born in Bucharest" in 1902 would not be associated
with Austria because of that place of birth. However an Austrian (Galician)
Jewish family could well have been living in Bucharest when a child was born
to them. (Austrian Jews, many >from Galicia, were numerous in Bucharest
commercial circles.) That child would be "born in Bucharest" but would be a
subject of the Austrian Emperor.

Such a family might well have moved back to Galicia between 1902 and 1097,
making is correct to describe their last place of residence as Drohobycz if
that is where they moved to after Bucharest.


from 1916 to 1918, Bucharest was annexed by the 'central powers'
and consequently - for that short period - was part of Austria-Hungary. So
it looks like it wasn't that Drohobych was part of Romania but that a
great
amount of Romania was part of Austria-Hungary, whose eastern domains
sometime included both Drohobych and Bucharest.
But this is irrelevant to assessment of a document created in 1907, or a
birth record >from 1902.

Peter Zavon
Penfield, NY

PZAVON@...


Re: Romanian birth certificate #general

Peter Zavon <pzavon@...>
 

In responding to Steve Pickholtz, "Martin Davis" <dawidowicz@...>
wrote
Drohobych (Drohobycz)- now politically part of Ukraine was part of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1919. It is about 500 miles away from
Bucharest. Pre 1919, Austria-Hungary did also include a considerable
amount
of Romania and until 1916, had borders that went to within 100 miles of
Bucharest.
I think this is misleading in that it suggests that regions then thought of
as Romanian were part of Austria-Hungary. Prior to WW1, Romania consisted of
two provinces, Wallachia and Moldova. Bucharest was in Wallachia and was the
national capitol. All of Romania then was much smaller than modern Romania.
There were, no doubt, ethnic Romanians in parts of the Kingdom of Hungary,
which was adjacent to Romania, and which included within its borders the
region called Transylvania.

After WW1, large portions of Hungary, which had been a major part of the
Austrian Empire, were incorporated into Romania. So large parts of modern
Romania were once part of the Kingdom of Hungary and thus part of Austria.
But someone listed as "born in Bucharest" in 1902 would not be associated
with Austria because of that place of birth. However an Austrian (Galician)
Jewish family could well have been living in Bucharest when a child was born
to them. (Austrian Jews, many >from Galicia, were numerous in Bucharest
commercial circles.) That child would be "born in Bucharest" but would be a
subject of the Austrian Emperor.

Such a family might well have moved back to Galicia between 1902 and 1097,
making is correct to describe their last place of residence as Drohobycz if
that is where they moved to after Bucharest.


from 1916 to 1918, Bucharest was annexed by the 'central powers'
and consequently - for that short period - was part of Austria-Hungary. So
it looks like it wasn't that Drohobych was part of Romania but that a
great
amount of Romania was part of Austria-Hungary, whose eastern domains
sometime included both Drohobych and Bucharest.
But this is irrelevant to assessment of a document created in 1907, or a
birth record >from 1902.

Peter Zavon
Penfield, NY

PZAVON@...


records of medical students in Scotland #general

Philippa Robinson
 

Triple Qualification of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh;
Royal Collewge of Surgeons, Edinburgh and the Royal
Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow

I was recently at Surgeons Hall, Edinburgh, looking at a record book
of medical doctors who received the Triple Qualification circa
1936-38. These Schedule for the Course of Study records may be of
interest to some JewGeners because of the number of German expatriates
listed. Each candidate has to list where they did their preliminary
studies; including elementary biology, chemistry and anatomy. and
where they did their clinical practice. The forms were filled out by
the candidates themselves in their own handwriting (I understand in
later years that the forms are typewritten), so are quite interesting
if the person in question is someone you have a personal interest in.

The German candidates mostly had studied elsewhere; Munich, Frankfurt,
Berlin, etc. But there were also a lot of students >from the U.S. who
had done all their medical studies in the U.K. Most of the U.S.
students had surnames which are likely to be Jewish. There must be
some story behind this. Was it particularly difficult for Jewish
students to get into medical school in the U.S. in the 1930s? Or was
it simply difficult for everyone, but many Jewish people made the
extra effort to go to Scotland to fulfill their dream of being a
medical doctor?

I wrote down several names in case they may be of interest to someone
reading this message:

Franz Keuler, Wurzberg
Jacob Samuel Pomerantz, Radin
Aussi Noll, b 1900, secondary school in Konigsberg
Arron Rappaport, b. Wilno Russia now Poland, did all medical training in Glasgow
Ulrish Ernest Oberwarth, 1900 Berlin, U of Berlin, M.D. Bern
Margaret Goldschmidt, Berlin 1898, Freiburg
Herman Jacks, Greitenburgh 1987
Wulf Grobin, Germany
Paul Nathan, U of Bonn
Grete Heller, 26/3/09 Vienna, U of Vienna, also medical
studies/clinical practice in Middlesex and London, England
Robert Kahane, 1922 Lemburg, U of Vienna
Else Perls, Breslau
Hans Nelson, 7/6/00 Berlin, U of Freiburg
Hildegart Fischer, 1910 Mainz, U of Frankfurt
Meiris Lictenstein 23/5/1917, Kedaimai Lithuania, attended Jewish Real
Gymnasium Kaunas and medical sudies at U of Vytantas the Great,
Lithuania
Dr D Engle, 1894 Czechoslovakia, trained in Budapest

Mandel Friedman, N.Y. studied in Dublin, Ireland as well
Zola Snow Alpert, Pittsburgh
Hyman Liebowitz, NYC.
Morton Shapiro NYC
Mortimer Martin Elkind, b. 1912, NYC
Murray Levin, NYC
Louis Scorvronek, NYC
Steward Bauman, Syracuse, NY
Bernard George Barlow, NYC
Isadore Kotzin, b 1907 Philadelphia
Harold Henry Teitelbaum, 1908, Jersey City, NJ

~ Philippa Robinson
Northern Ireland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen records of medical students in Scotland #general

Philippa Robinson
 

Triple Qualification of the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh;
Royal Collewge of Surgeons, Edinburgh and the Royal
Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow

I was recently at Surgeons Hall, Edinburgh, looking at a record book
of medical doctors who received the Triple Qualification circa
1936-38. These Schedule for the Course of Study records may be of
interest to some JewGeners because of the number of German expatriates
listed. Each candidate has to list where they did their preliminary
studies; including elementary biology, chemistry and anatomy. and
where they did their clinical practice. The forms were filled out by
the candidates themselves in their own handwriting (I understand in
later years that the forms are typewritten), so are quite interesting
if the person in question is someone you have a personal interest in.

The German candidates mostly had studied elsewhere; Munich, Frankfurt,
Berlin, etc. But there were also a lot of students >from the U.S. who
had done all their medical studies in the U.K. Most of the U.S.
students had surnames which are likely to be Jewish. There must be
some story behind this. Was it particularly difficult for Jewish
students to get into medical school in the U.S. in the 1930s? Or was
it simply difficult for everyone, but many Jewish people made the
extra effort to go to Scotland to fulfill their dream of being a
medical doctor?

I wrote down several names in case they may be of interest to someone
reading this message:

Franz Keuler, Wurzberg
Jacob Samuel Pomerantz, Radin
Aussi Noll, b 1900, secondary school in Konigsberg
Arron Rappaport, b. Wilno Russia now Poland, did all medical training in Glasgow
Ulrish Ernest Oberwarth, 1900 Berlin, U of Berlin, M.D. Bern
Margaret Goldschmidt, Berlin 1898, Freiburg
Herman Jacks, Greitenburgh 1987
Wulf Grobin, Germany
Paul Nathan, U of Bonn
Grete Heller, 26/3/09 Vienna, U of Vienna, also medical
studies/clinical practice in Middlesex and London, England
Robert Kahane, 1922 Lemburg, U of Vienna
Else Perls, Breslau
Hans Nelson, 7/6/00 Berlin, U of Freiburg
Hildegart Fischer, 1910 Mainz, U of Frankfurt
Meiris Lictenstein 23/5/1917, Kedaimai Lithuania, attended Jewish Real
Gymnasium Kaunas and medical sudies at U of Vytantas the Great,
Lithuania
Dr D Engle, 1894 Czechoslovakia, trained in Budapest

Mandel Friedman, N.Y. studied in Dublin, Ireland as well
Zola Snow Alpert, Pittsburgh
Hyman Liebowitz, NYC.
Morton Shapiro NYC
Mortimer Martin Elkind, b. 1912, NYC
Murray Levin, NYC
Louis Scorvronek, NYC
Steward Bauman, Syracuse, NY
Bernard George Barlow, NYC
Isadore Kotzin, b 1907 Philadelphia
Harold Henry Teitelbaum, 1908, Jersey City, NJ

~ Philippa Robinson
Northern Ireland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Anyone interested in KOTLARSKI record? #general

apollo <apollo@...>
 

Hi all,

I ordered some microfilmed Polish records and was mistakenly sent one wrong
one. It's an 1835 birth record for a Benjamin KOTLARSKI, son of Icek and
Rywy, born in the town of Kaluszyn. If anyone wants it, I'm happy to pass it
on.

All the best,
Miriam Bulwar David-Hay,
Raanana, Israel.

Researching: BULWAR (Lodz, Krakow); FRENKIEL (Belz, Krakow); KALUSZYNER,
KUSMIERSKI, (Kaluszyn, Lodz); KUZKA, KASZKIET RZETELNY, WROBEL (Kaluszyn);
KRYSKA, LICHTENSZTAJN (Sieradz?, Brzeziny?, Lodz); WAKS, BEKER (Nowe Miasto
nad Pilica).


Anyone interested in KOTLARSKI record? #general

apollo <apollo@...>
 

Hi all,

I ordered some microfilmed Polish records and was mistakenly sent one wrong
one. It's an 1835 birth record for a Benjamin KOTLARSKI, son of Icek and
Rywy, born in the town of Kaluszyn. If anyone wants it, I'm happy to pass it
on.

All the best,
Miriam Bulwar David-Hay,
Raanana, Israel.

Researching: BULWAR (Lodz, Krakow); FRENKIEL (Belz, Krakow); KALUSZYNER,
KUSMIERSKI, (Kaluszyn, Lodz); KUZKA, KASZKIET RZETELNY, WROBEL (Kaluszyn);
KRYSKA, LICHTENSZTAJN (Sieradz?, Brzeziny?, Lodz); WAKS, BEKER (Nowe Miasto
nad Pilica).


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Greek Jewish Names Database #general

Michael Waas
 

Hi,

I came across this website last night and I'm not sure if it has been
shared or not.

Anyway, if you can read Greek, there is a huge list of Jewish names
along with some information about the reference that is available
here:

http://www.elia.org.gr/pages.fds?pagecode=17&langid=1

I have found several ancestors on there as well as references to
people who are quite obviously my family that I never knew about!

It is an impressive list and I will email the database to find out if
there is anything to find out about where the references came from.

Best,

Michael Waas
Sarasota, FL


Greek Jewish Names Database #general

Michael Waas
 

Hi,

I came across this website last night and I'm not sure if it has been
shared or not.

Anyway, if you can read Greek, there is a huge list of Jewish names
along with some information about the reference that is available
here:

http://www.elia.org.gr/pages.fds?pagecode=17&langid=1

I have found several ancestors on there as well as references to
people who are quite obviously my family that I never knew about!

It is an impressive list and I will email the database to find out if
there is anything to find out about where the references came from.

Best,

Michael Waas
Sarasota, FL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Citizen of what country???? #general

tom.venetia@...
 

Steve,
Drohobycz is in Ukraine and about 150 miles north of the Romanian border
(Satu Mare is the closest town, see Google Maps). In the 19th century and
until the end of WW1 this region of Ukraine and part of Romania
(Transylvania) belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire so that might explain
why somebody born in Romania could have migrated to a town in Ukraine. BTW,
Drohobycz was in Galicia, and all Galicianers were citizens of Austria.
Regards
Tom

Steve Pickholtz wrote:
I have a 1902 birth cert.(see view mate #20701) which says (I think) the
person was born in Bucarest, Romania. However on the ship's arrival
manifest for this family in 1907 to the USA, all of the family members
give there last residence as Drohobyes, Austria and they are listed as
citizens of Austria. I know towns, countries, and borders were in a
state of change during this period of time. Could the Austrian town above,
at one time been in Romania? I'm open to all suggestions.


Re: Citizen of what country???? #general

tom.venetia@...
 

Steve,
Drohobycz is in Ukraine and about 150 miles north of the Romanian border
(Satu Mare is the closest town, see Google Maps). In the 19th century and
until the end of WW1 this region of Ukraine and part of Romania
(Transylvania) belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire so that might explain
why somebody born in Romania could have migrated to a town in Ukraine. BTW,
Drohobycz was in Galicia, and all Galicianers were citizens of Austria.
Regards
Tom

Steve Pickholtz wrote:
I have a 1902 birth cert.(see view mate #20701) which says (I think) the
person was born in Bucarest, Romania. However on the ship's arrival
manifest for this family in 1907 to the USA, all of the family members
give there last residence as Drohobyes, Austria and they are listed as
citizens of Austria. I know towns, countries, and borders were in a
state of change during this period of time. Could the Austrian town above,
at one time been in Romania? I'm open to all suggestions.


Re: Jewish names from a list of merchants (lumbermen), 1904 Igumen County #belarus

marsha.epstein@...
 

If you enter the website address in the box on the page
translate.google.com the whole page comes up translated.

Marsha Epstein
Los Angeles
MODERATOR NOTE: Thank you


">from a Russian language site, live journal.com
(http://jandrejeva.livejournal.com/29276.html#cutid1) Julia Andreeva
found a list (in the National Archives) of timber merchants who
purchased wood in Igumen County (Minsk) in 1904. Most of the
individuals are Jews. If interested you may contact me or visit the live
journal site and use an online translator such as Google Language Tools."

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re:Jewish names from a list of merchants (lumbermen), 1904 Igumen County #belarus

marsha.epstein@...
 

If you enter the website address in the box on the page
translate.google.com the whole page comes up translated.

Marsha Epstein
Los Angeles
MODERATOR NOTE: Thank you


">from a Russian language site, live journal.com
(http://jandrejeva.livejournal.com/29276.html#cutid1) Julia Andreeva
found a list (in the National Archives) of timber merchants who
purchased wood in Igumen County (Minsk) in 1904. Most of the
individuals are Jews. If interested you may contact me or visit the live
journal site and use an online translator such as Google Language Tools."

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Bacau Archives #romania

Rosanne Leeson
 

Unfortunately, this still seems to be the usual occurrence in Romania.
Some archivists are more cooperative, others are not at all. It is
the situation in individual Archives, where some may have enough staff,
or an individual who is really understanding or interested in family
history. In others the archivist seems to feel that their job is only
to guard the information with their lives, and is not willing to give
staff any time (money!) to do this kind of thing.

It is the hope of the Romania-Moldova SIG to slowly begin projects to
acquire photo copies of the various registers in Romania so that we can
provide the information our members are hoping to find. Earlier this
month we asked you to fill out a survey to assist us in revitalizing our
SIG. While we have had about a 10% response >from our members we would
really like a greater percentage of you to complete the survey. Your
thought are important to us! Please take a few minutes today to fill
out the Romania-Moldova SIG survey form., which can be found at:

<http://tinyurl.com/SIG-Survey> If you are unable to click on the link please copy it into your browser.

In addition, If you are planning a future trip to your ancestral town, Please do contact us, and discuss the possibility of your copying repords >from the archival registers while there, to share with our fellow SIG members, and add to our available data!!

Rosanne Leeson
Stephanie Weiner
Co-Coordinators
Bob Wascou
Rsearch Coordinator
Romania_Moldova SIG

================================

On 11/20/2011 8:55 AM, Luc Radu wrote:
Hi Susanna,

Please clarify: did you provide them exact dates or did they actually do the
research? Actually a relative of mine had same good experience asking Bacau
about Moinesti certificates. I had recently a very different experience with
Piatra Neamt Archives. Sent them an e-mail providing a range of years
around 1890 and the surname of my 2nd great uncle (Verner) asking for a
marriage certificate in Roman. They answered after about 2 months via a
snail mail that in order to do it I should come to the Study Room opened 3
days a week or delegate someone to do it...

Luc Radu
Great Neck, NY

-----Original Message-----
From: Susanna Vendel [mailto:wendsu@...]
Sent: Sunday, November 20, 2011 5:04 AM
To: Romania SIG
Subject: [rom-sig] Bacau Archives

Just wanted to tell you about my positive experience with the archives
in Bacau.
I have sent them a letter asking for copies of birth records for 5
persons for the
years before 1900, born in a little village located in the area
belonging now to Bacau.
I gave them my postal address and my e-mail address.

After one month I received an e-mail reply with the transcription of the
records and the
original documents as attachments. Congratulations for the archives in
Bacau!

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm


Re: Bacau Archives #romania

Rosanne Leeson
 

Unfortunately, this still seems to be the usual occurrence in Romania.
Some archivists are more cooperative, others are not at all. It is
the situation in individual Archives, where some may have enough staff,
or an individual who is really understanding or interested in family
history. In others the archivist seems to feel that their job is only
to guard the information with their lives, and is not willing to give
staff any time (money!) to do this kind of thing.

It is the hope of the Romania-Moldova SIG to slowly begin projects to
acquire photo copies of the various registers in Romania so that we can
provide the information our members are hoping to find. Earlier this
month we asked you to fill out a survey to assist us in revitalizing our
SIG. While we have had about a 10% response >from our members we would
really like a greater percentage of you to complete the survey. Your
thought are important to us! Please take a few minutes today to fill
out the Romania-Moldova SIG survey form., which can be found at:

<http://tinyurl.com/SIG-Survey> If you are unable to click on the link please copy it into your browser.

In addition, If you are planning a future trip to your ancestral town, Please do contact us, and discuss the possibility of your copying repords >from the archival registers while there, to share with our fellow SIG members, and add to our available data!!

Rosanne Leeson
Stephanie Weiner
Co-Coordinators
Bob Wascou
Rsearch Coordinator
Romania_Moldova SIG

================================

On 11/20/2011 8:55 AM, Luc Radu wrote:
Hi Susanna,

Please clarify: did you provide them exact dates or did they actually do the
research? Actually a relative of mine had same good experience asking Bacau
about Moinesti certificates. I had recently a very different experience with
Piatra Neamt Archives. Sent them an e-mail providing a range of years
around 1890 and the surname of my 2nd great uncle (Verner) asking for a
marriage certificate in Roman. They answered after about 2 months via a
snail mail that in order to do it I should come to the Study Room opened 3
days a week or delegate someone to do it...

Luc Radu
Great Neck, NY

-----Original Message-----
From: Susanna Vendel [mailto:wendsu@...]
Sent: Sunday, November 20, 2011 5:04 AM
To: Romania SIG
Subject: [rom-sig] Bacau Archives

Just wanted to tell you about my positive experience with the archives
in Bacau.
I have sent them a letter asking for copies of birth records for 5
persons for the
years before 1900, born in a little village located in the area
belonging now to Bacau.
I gave them my postal address and my e-mail address.

After one month I received an e-mail reply with the transcription of the
records and the
original documents as attachments. Congratulations for the archives in
Bacau!

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm


Romania SIG #Romania RE: Zwilling #romania

Meron Lavie
 

I know a Romanian family in Israel named Zwilling.

Meron Lavie

-----Original Message-----
From: bikerick [mailto:bikerick@...]
Sent: Sunday, November 20, 2011 4:58 PM
To: Romania SIG
Subject: [rom-sig] Zwilling

Hi: I have discovered a likely relative with a last name on American
documents of Zwilling. I am wondering if this was a name used in Romania
or
what the Romanian name might be? Sophie Zwilling was born in 1874 in
Bacau
and immigrated to the USA around 1889- 1891.

Rick Hyman
California, USA

Searching:
BERKOWITZ (BERCOVICI) Bacau, Romania; Connecticut & Pennsylvania, USA
HEIMOVITCH (CHAIMOVICI)/HYMAN/HEIMOV/HARMAN Bacau, Iasi, Romania;
Connecticut, Florida & Pennsylvania, USA KLUGMAN Bacau, Romania
ROSENBERG
Bacau, Romania; New York, USA SOLOMON Romania KITZER Romania


Re: Zwilling #romania

Meron Lavie
 

I know a Romanian family in Israel named Zwilling.

Meron Lavie

-----Original Message-----
From: bikerick [mailto:bikerick@...]
Sent: Sunday, November 20, 2011 4:58 PM
To: Romania SIG
Subject: [rom-sig] Zwilling

Hi: I have discovered a likely relative with a last name on American
documents of Zwilling. I am wondering if this was a name used in Romania
or
what the Romanian name might be? Sophie Zwilling was born in 1874 in
Bacau
and immigrated to the USA around 1889- 1891.

Rick Hyman
California, USA

Searching:
BERKOWITZ (BERCOVICI) Bacau, Romania; Connecticut & Pennsylvania, USA
HEIMOVITCH (CHAIMOVICI)/HYMAN/HEIMOV/HARMAN Bacau, Iasi, Romania;
Connecticut, Florida & Pennsylvania, USA KLUGMAN Bacau, Romania
ROSENBERG
Bacau, Romania; New York, USA SOLOMON Romania KITZER Romania

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