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Site Cite: German Jewish WWI casualties #germany

Irene Newhouse
 

MOD NOTE: Eric Feinstein posted a message about German WW 1 casualties
to the GerSIG list on November 11, 2018. The message was reposted to
the JGDG (JewishGen list) on Dec. 28, 2018. Links to the SIG Archives
and to the separate JGDG Archives can be found at the lower left corner
of JewishGen's "List Manager" page:
https://www.jewishgen.org/ListManager/members_list.asp =======>


In addition to the sources Eric Feinstein has mentioned, there is a project
to create a searchable database of all German WWI casualties- those injured
as well as killed or missing. The search page is at:

http://des.genealogy.net/eingabe-verlustlisten/search?lang=en

Moderator Note: Read the search tips (Hier findet man Tipps für die Suche)
for help spelling names with umlaut vowels and esszet characters in the
search box. Other helpful information is also included.

Irene Newhouse, Kihei HI USA einew137@yahoo.com


German SIG #Germany Site Cite: German Jewish WWI casualties #germany

Irene Newhouse
 

MOD NOTE: Eric Feinstein posted a message about German WW 1 casualties
to the GerSIG list on November 11, 2018. The message was reposted to
the JGDG (JewishGen list) on Dec. 28, 2018. Links to the SIG Archives
and to the separate JGDG Archives can be found at the lower left corner
of JewishGen's "List Manager" page:
https://www.jewishgen.org/ListManager/members_list.asp =======>


In addition to the sources Eric Feinstein has mentioned, there is a project
to create a searchable database of all German WWI casualties- those injured
as well as killed or missing. The search page is at:

http://des.genealogy.net/eingabe-verlustlisten/search?lang=en

Moderator Note: Read the search tips (Hier findet man Tipps für die Suche)
for help spelling names with umlaut vowels and esszet characters in the
search box. Other helpful information is also included.

Irene Newhouse, Kihei HI USA einew137@yahoo.com


Thank you from the Board of JRI-Poland #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear friends of JRI-Poland:

On December 6st, we asked you - our users and supporters - to remember
JRI-Poland in your year-end giving plans.

You have responded generously and we thank you for your continued
support to enable us to expand our database with additional record
entries for your town(s). Many of you have given us the option of
earmarking your donation to "where it is needed most" and we appreciate
the flexibility that provides.

At the same time, many of you have written privately to let us know how
important JRI-Poland has been to your research and for some of you,
how the JRI-Poland database has resulted in life-changing discoveries.
No matter how often we receive such notes of appreciation, I know I
speak for the entire JRI-Poland leadership when I say we are always
touched to know that we have made a difference.

To all of you who have generously supported our activity this month
and in the past, we thank you again. To researchers who have not yet
made a donation to JRI-Poland, please take a moment to consider doing
so before the year end. No donation is too small.

The JRI-Poland online donations page can be found at:
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm

Note: Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is an independent non-profit
organization with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising.
Because JRI-Poland's database, discussion group and website are hosted
by JewishGen, as a courtesy to researchers, JRI-Poland enables its data
search results to be displayed on JewishGen's All Poland Database.

Best wishes for 2019 to all our friends. May it be a year or health
and continued success.

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.
Executive Director
On behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Thank you from the Board of JRI-Poland #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear friends of JRI-Poland:

On December 6st, we asked you - our users and supporters - to remember
JRI-Poland in your year-end giving plans.

You have responded generously and we thank you for your continued
support to enable us to expand our database with additional record
entries for your town(s). Many of you have given us the option of
earmarking your donation to "where it is needed most" and we appreciate
the flexibility that provides.

At the same time, many of you have written privately to let us know how
important JRI-Poland has been to your research and for some of you,
how the JRI-Poland database has resulted in life-changing discoveries.
No matter how often we receive such notes of appreciation, I know I
speak for the entire JRI-Poland leadership when I say we are always
touched to know that we have made a difference.

To all of you who have generously supported our activity this month
and in the past, we thank you again. To researchers who have not yet
made a donation to JRI-Poland, please take a moment to consider doing
so before the year end. No donation is too small.

The JRI-Poland online donations page can be found at:
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm

Note: Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is an independent non-profit
organization with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising.
Because JRI-Poland's database, discussion group and website are hosted
by JewishGen, as a courtesy to researchers, JRI-Poland enables its data
search results to be displayed on JewishGen's All Poland Database.

Best wishes for 2019 to all our friends. May it be a year or health
and continued success.

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.
Executive Director
On behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland


Thank you from the Board of JRI-Poland #lodz #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear friends of JRI-Poland:

On December 6st, we asked you - our users and supporters - to remember
JRI-Poland in your year-end giving plans.

You have responded generously and we thank you for your continued
support to enable us to expand our database with additional record
entries for your town(s). Many of you have given us the option of
earmarking your donation to "where it is needed most" and we appreciate
the flexibility that provides.

At the same time, many of you have written privately to let us know how
important JRI-Poland has been to your research and for some of you,
how the JRI-Poland database has resulted in life-changing discoveries.
No matter how often we receive such notes of appreciation, I know I
speak for the entire JRI-Poland leadership when I say we are always
touched to know that we have made a difference.

To all of you who have generously supported our activity this month
and in the past, we thank you again. To researchers who have not yet
made a donation to JRI-Poland, please take a moment to consider doing
so before the year end. No donation is too small.

The JRI-Poland online donations page can be found at:
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm

Note: Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is an independent non-profit
organization with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising.
Because JRI-Poland's database, discussion group and website are hosted
by JewishGen, as a courtesy to researchers, JRI-Poland enables its data
search results to be displayed on JewishGen's All Poland Database.

Best wishes for 2019 to all our friends. May it be a year or health
and continued success.

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.
Executive Director
On behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Thank you from the Board of JRI-Poland #lodz #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear friends of JRI-Poland:

On December 6st, we asked you - our users and supporters - to remember
JRI-Poland in your year-end giving plans.

You have responded generously and we thank you for your continued
support to enable us to expand our database with additional record
entries for your town(s). Many of you have given us the option of
earmarking your donation to "where it is needed most" and we appreciate
the flexibility that provides.

At the same time, many of you have written privately to let us know how
important JRI-Poland has been to your research and for some of you,
how the JRI-Poland database has resulted in life-changing discoveries.
No matter how often we receive such notes of appreciation, I know I
speak for the entire JRI-Poland leadership when I say we are always
touched to know that we have made a difference.

To all of you who have generously supported our activity this month
and in the past, we thank you again. To researchers who have not yet
made a donation to JRI-Poland, please take a moment to consider doing
so before the year end. No donation is too small.

The JRI-Poland online donations page can be found at:
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm

Note: Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is an independent non-profit
organization with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising.
Because JRI-Poland's database, discussion group and website are hosted
by JewishGen, as a courtesy to researchers, JRI-Poland enables its data
search results to be displayed on JewishGen's All Poland Database.

Best wishes for 2019 to all our friends. May it be a year or health
and continued success.

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.
Executive Director
On behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland


Thank you from the Board of JRI-Poland #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear friends of JRI-Poland:

On December 6st, we asked you - our users and supporters - to remember
JRI-Poland in your year-end giving plans.

You have responded generously and we thank you for your continued
support to enable us to expand our database with additional record
entries for your town(s). Many of you have given us the option of
earmarking your donation to "where it is needed most" and we appreciate
the flexibility that provides.

At the same time, many of you have written privately to let us know how
important JRI-Poland has been to your research and for some of you,
how the JRI-Poland database has resulted in life-changing discoveries.
No matter how often we receive such notes of appreciation, I know I
speak for the entire JRI-Poland leadership when I say we are always
touched to know that we have made a difference.

To all of you who have generously supported our activity this month
and in the past, we thank you again. To researchers who have not yet
made a donation to JRI-Poland, please take a moment to consider doing
so before the year end. No donation is too small.

The JRI-Poland online donations page can be found at:
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm

Note: Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is an independent non-profit
organization with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising.
Because JRI-Poland's database, discussion group and website are hosted
by JewishGen, as a courtesy to researchers, JRI-Poland enables its data
search results to be displayed on JewishGen's All Poland Database.

Best wishes for 2019 to all our friends. May it be a year or health
and continued success.

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.
Executive Director
On behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland


JRI Poland #Poland Thank you from the Board of JRI-Poland #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear friends of JRI-Poland:

On December 6st, we asked you - our users and supporters - to remember
JRI-Poland in your year-end giving plans.

You have responded generously and we thank you for your continued
support to enable us to expand our database with additional record
entries for your town(s). Many of you have given us the option of
earmarking your donation to "where it is needed most" and we appreciate
the flexibility that provides.

At the same time, many of you have written privately to let us know how
important JRI-Poland has been to your research and for some of you,
how the JRI-Poland database has resulted in life-changing discoveries.
No matter how often we receive such notes of appreciation, I know I
speak for the entire JRI-Poland leadership when I say we are always
touched to know that we have made a difference.

To all of you who have generously supported our activity this month
and in the past, we thank you again. To researchers who have not yet
made a donation to JRI-Poland, please take a moment to consider doing
so before the year end. No donation is too small.

The JRI-Poland online donations page can be found at:
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm

Note: Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is an independent non-profit
organization with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising.
Because JRI-Poland's database, discussion group and website are hosted
by JewishGen, as a courtesy to researchers, JRI-Poland enables its data
search results to be displayed on JewishGen's All Poland Database.

Best wishes for 2019 to all our friends. May it be a year or health
and continued success.

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.
Executive Director
On behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland


German Jewish Soldier Project #general

E Feinstein
 

This is partly in response to the person >from Australia who wrote about "for paid"
ancestry list of Fallen Jewish soldiers. The same book is online for free at the
website http://www.denkmalprojekt.org

My name is Eric Feinstein and I am a volunteer for the JOWBR of JewishGen.I have
had the privilege of assisting JewishGen to increase the German holdings in our
collection >from some 25,000 records five or six years ago to some 280,000 records
now (including Germany and the German records found under Poland-Prussia.)

Part of this project has been an effort to record German Jewish military burials
from WWI. This effort started some three years ago. We started with the RJF
(Reichsbund Juedischer Frontsoldaten--which is the same list as discussed above)
list and have used some 200-300 sources to record the burial sites and fates of the
German Jewish servicemen. The RJF list was corrected for errors--as it included
soldiers >from the French and K.u.K. armies and missing entries were added.

We have used cemetery records, archival research (many archives across Germany
have produced research projects documenting the fates of the local Jewish soldiers
on the 100th anniversary of WWI), memorial books, regimental histories, and
obituaries >from period newspapers >from Compact Memory and other sources.

The result is 5300+ burial places for the 12,000 German Jewish soldiers. The intent
is to eventually upload everything in the Gersig Database of Jewishgen and the
burial places in their respective places in the JOWBR. [JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry]

Note I also have a K.u.K. Jewish project for WWI soldiers but I have spend much
less time on it and there is no master list to work with. For that I have a list of
some 7800+ Jewish soldiers with about 4000 burial locations recorded.

Another note is that the http://www.germanjewishsoldiers.com website has been
broken for a long time and I tried to reach the owner of the site without any
success.

Anyone interested in this project can contact me directly.
Shabbat Shalom / Gut Shabbos
All the best, Eric FEINSTEIN
New Jersey
ericfeinstein@yahoo.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen German Jewish Soldier Project #general

E Feinstein
 

This is partly in response to the person >from Australia who wrote about "for paid"
ancestry list of Fallen Jewish soldiers. The same book is online for free at the
website http://www.denkmalprojekt.org

My name is Eric Feinstein and I am a volunteer for the JOWBR of JewishGen.I have
had the privilege of assisting JewishGen to increase the German holdings in our
collection >from some 25,000 records five or six years ago to some 280,000 records
now (including Germany and the German records found under Poland-Prussia.)

Part of this project has been an effort to record German Jewish military burials
from WWI. This effort started some three years ago. We started with the RJF
(Reichsbund Juedischer Frontsoldaten--which is the same list as discussed above)
list and have used some 200-300 sources to record the burial sites and fates of the
German Jewish servicemen. The RJF list was corrected for errors--as it included
soldiers >from the French and K.u.K. armies and missing entries were added.

We have used cemetery records, archival research (many archives across Germany
have produced research projects documenting the fates of the local Jewish soldiers
on the 100th anniversary of WWI), memorial books, regimental histories, and
obituaries >from period newspapers >from Compact Memory and other sources.

The result is 5300+ burial places for the 12,000 German Jewish soldiers. The intent
is to eventually upload everything in the Gersig Database of Jewishgen and the
burial places in their respective places in the JOWBR. [JewishGen Online Worldwide
Burial Registry]

Note I also have a K.u.K. Jewish project for WWI soldiers but I have spend much
less time on it and there is no master list to work with. For that I have a list of
some 7800+ Jewish soldiers with about 4000 burial locations recorded.

Another note is that the http://www.germanjewishsoldiers.com website has been
broken for a long time and I tried to reach the owner of the site without any
success.

Anyone interested in this project can contact me directly.
Shabbat Shalom / Gut Shabbos
All the best, Eric FEINSTEIN
New Jersey
ericfeinstein@yahoo.com


Re: rom-sig digest: December 26, 2018 #romania

ann_dery@...
 

Any one have info of family WOLFSON >from Iasi. My grandfather,
Eliser Isadore WOLFSON. His mother Henrietta and father Moses.
Please.
Ann Dery nee Jamnitz

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ROM-SIG Digest for Wednesday, December 26, 2018.
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1. Jonasz/Schwartz Family
2. Re: Keshmer, Roumania? - Conclusions
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Subject: Jonasz/Schwartz Family
From: Karen Geiger <akdawson98@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2018 10:17:11 -0500
X-Message-Number: 1
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Hi
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My great grandfather was born in Er Semjen, Hungary which became part of=20=
Romania. I know that there were Jonas(z) family members living in=20
Romania after it was taken over >from Hungary. I am unaware of=20
his father's name. He remarried after my great great=20
grandmother pasted away. I know her name was Leni Emanueline Schwartz. =20=
I had someone research where my great grandparents lived to see if he=20
could obtain their parents names. Unfortunately for some reason they=20
never entered either name on their marriage certificate.
=20
Karen Geiger
USA
=20
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=20
Subject: Re: Keshmer, Roumania? - Conclusions
From: hilary@mymishpocha.net
=20
I had some great help >from fellow JGenners - thanks!
=20
My cousin's great-grandparents (Aaron Schapiro and Rachel Lazman) were=20
from what is now Moldova. "Rospopeny" is agreed to be Raspopeni,=20
about 52 miles north-northwest of Chisinau.
=20
"Keshmer" is either Cusmirca (/Kushmiria/Kushmirka), 63 miles north=20
of Chisinau, or Cuzmenii Vechi, 70 miles WNW of Chisinau.=20
Either way, it's the same general area, and it definitely exists.
=20
Although I'd checked the JGFF Town Finder, I really didn't dig into=20
the Gazetteer, using the Sounds-Like and Phonetically-Like options,=20
and I should have (although I wouldn't have known to narrow it down=20
to Moldova).
=20
Happy New Year, everyone!
=20
Hilary Henkin
=20
------------------------------------------------------------
On 12/24/2018 6:07 AM, Hilary Henkin < hilary@mymishpocha.net >=20
wrote:
=20
I haven't been doing much research lately (Life has a way of intruding=20=
on our hobbies, darn it), but I was checking for a cousin (the other=20
side of her family), and found 2 ancestors who were born in Keshmer,=20
Roumania. Does anyone know of this town, and where it is/what it's=20
called now?
=20
=20
=20
=20
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Romania SIG #Romania Re: rom-sig digest: December 26, 2018 #romania

ann_dery@...
 

Any one have info of family WOLFSON >from Iasi. My grandfather,
Eliser Isadore WOLFSON. His mother Henrietta and father Moses.
Please.
Ann Dery nee Jamnitz

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ROM-SIG Digest for Wednesday, December 26, 2018.
=20
1. Jonasz/Schwartz Family
2. Re: Keshmer, Roumania? - Conclusions
=20
----------------------------------------------------------------------
=20
Subject: Jonasz/Schwartz Family
From: Karen Geiger <akdawson98@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2018 10:17:11 -0500
X-Message-Number: 1
=20
Hi
=20
My great grandfather was born in Er Semjen, Hungary which became part of=20=
Romania. I know that there were Jonas(z) family members living in=20
Romania after it was taken over >from Hungary. I am unaware of=20
his father's name. He remarried after my great great=20
grandmother pasted away. I know her name was Leni Emanueline Schwartz. =20=
I had someone research where my great grandparents lived to see if he=20
could obtain their parents names. Unfortunately for some reason they=20
never entered either name on their marriage certificate.
=20
Karen Geiger
USA
=20
----------------------------------------------------------------------
=20
Subject: Re: Keshmer, Roumania? - Conclusions
From: hilary@mymishpocha.net
=20
I had some great help >from fellow JGenners - thanks!
=20
My cousin's great-grandparents (Aaron Schapiro and Rachel Lazman) were=20
from what is now Moldova. "Rospopeny" is agreed to be Raspopeni,=20
about 52 miles north-northwest of Chisinau.
=20
"Keshmer" is either Cusmirca (/Kushmiria/Kushmirka), 63 miles north=20
of Chisinau, or Cuzmenii Vechi, 70 miles WNW of Chisinau.=20
Either way, it's the same general area, and it definitely exists.
=20
Although I'd checked the JGFF Town Finder, I really didn't dig into=20
the Gazetteer, using the Sounds-Like and Phonetically-Like options,=20
and I should have (although I wouldn't have known to narrow it down=20
to Moldova).
=20
Happy New Year, everyone!
=20
Hilary Henkin
=20
------------------------------------------------------------
On 12/24/2018 6:07 AM, Hilary Henkin < hilary@mymishpocha.net >=20
wrote:
=20
I haven't been doing much research lately (Life has a way of intruding=20=
on our hobbies, darn it), but I was checking for a cousin (the other=20
side of her family), and found 2 ancestors who were born in Keshmer,=20
Roumania. Does anyone know of this town, and where it is/what it's=20
called now?
=20
=20
=20
=20
---
=20
END OF DIGEST
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Thank you from the Board of JRI-Poland #warsaw #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear friends of JRI-Poland:

On December 6st, we asked you - our users and supporters - to remember
JRI-Poland in your year-end giving plans.

You have responded generously and we thank you for your continued
support to enable us to expand our database with additional record
entries for your town(s). Many of you have given us the option of
earmarking your donation to "where it is needed most" and we appreciate
the flexibility that provides.

At the same time, many of you have written privately to let us know how
important JRI-Poland has been to your research and for some of you, how
the JRI-Poland database has resulted in life-changing discoveries. No
matter how often we receive such notes of appreciation, I know I speak
for the entire JRI-Poland leadership when I say we are always touched
to know that we have made a difference.

To all of you who have generously supported our activity this month
and in the past, we thank you again. To researchers who have not yet
made a donation to JRI-Poland, please take a moment to consider doing
so before the year end. No donation is too small.

The JRI-Poland online donations page can be found at:
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm

Note: Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is an independent non-profit
organization with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising.
Because JRI-Poland's database, discussion group and website are hosted
by JewishGen, as a courtesy to researchers, JRI-Poland enables its
data search results to be displayed on JewishGen's All Poland Database.

Best wishes for 2019 to all our friends. May it be a year of health
and continued success.

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.
Executive Director
On behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Thank you from the Board of JRI-Poland #warsaw #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear friends of JRI-Poland:

On December 6st, we asked you - our users and supporters - to remember
JRI-Poland in your year-end giving plans.

You have responded generously and we thank you for your continued
support to enable us to expand our database with additional record
entries for your town(s). Many of you have given us the option of
earmarking your donation to "where it is needed most" and we appreciate
the flexibility that provides.

At the same time, many of you have written privately to let us know how
important JRI-Poland has been to your research and for some of you, how
the JRI-Poland database has resulted in life-changing discoveries. No
matter how often we receive such notes of appreciation, I know I speak
for the entire JRI-Poland leadership when I say we are always touched
to know that we have made a difference.

To all of you who have generously supported our activity this month
and in the past, we thank you again. To researchers who have not yet
made a donation to JRI-Poland, please take a moment to consider doing
so before the year end. No donation is too small.

The JRI-Poland online donations page can be found at:
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm

Note: Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is an independent non-profit
organization with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising.
Because JRI-Poland's database, discussion group and website are hosted
by JewishGen, as a courtesy to researchers, JRI-Poland enables its
data search results to be displayed on JewishGen's All Poland Database.

Best wishes for 2019 to all our friends. May it be a year of health
and continued success.

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.
Executive Director
On behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland


Town hall records #romania

I Weber <ew4147@...>
 

Does anyone have any experience getting records >from Town
Hall offices?
I am looking for records less then 100 years.

Yisroel Weber
NY USA


Romania SIG #Romania Town hall records #romania

I Weber <ew4147@...>
 

Does anyone have any experience getting records >from Town
Hall offices?
I am looking for records less then 100 years.

Yisroel Weber
NY USA


Thank you from the board of JRI-Poland #general

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear friends of JRI-Poland:

On December 6st, we asked you - our users and supporters - to remember JRI-Poland
in your year-end giving plans.

You have responded generously and we thank you for your continued support to enable
us to expand our database with additional record entries for your town(s). Many of
you have given us the option of earmarking your donation to "where it is needed
most" and we appreciate the flexibility that provides.

At the same time, many of you have written privately to let us know how important
JRI-Poland has been to your research and for some of you, how the JRI-Poland
database has resulted in life-changing discoveries. No matter how often we receive
such notes of appreciation, I know I speak for the entire JRI-Poland leadership
when I say we are always touched to know that we have made a difference.

To all of you who have generously supported our activity this month and in the
past, we thank you again. To researchers who have not yet made a donation to
JRI-Poland, please take a moment to consider doing so before the year end. No
donation is too small.

The JRI-Poland online donations page can be found at:
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm

Note: Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is an independent non-profit organization
with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising. Because JRI-Poland's
database, discussion group and website are hosted by JewishGen, as a courtesy to
researchers, JRI-Poland enables its data search results to be displayed on
JewishGen's All Poland Database.

Best wishes for 2019 to all our friends. May it be a year or health and continued
success.

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.
Executive Director
On behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank you from the board of JRI-Poland #general

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear friends of JRI-Poland:

On December 6st, we asked you - our users and supporters - to remember JRI-Poland
in your year-end giving plans.

You have responded generously and we thank you for your continued support to enable
us to expand our database with additional record entries for your town(s). Many of
you have given us the option of earmarking your donation to "where it is needed
most" and we appreciate the flexibility that provides.

At the same time, many of you have written privately to let us know how important
JRI-Poland has been to your research and for some of you, how the JRI-Poland
database has resulted in life-changing discoveries. No matter how often we receive
such notes of appreciation, I know I speak for the entire JRI-Poland leadership
when I say we are always touched to know that we have made a difference.

To all of you who have generously supported our activity this month and in the
past, we thank you again. To researchers who have not yet made a donation to
JRI-Poland, please take a moment to consider doing so before the year end. No
donation is too small.

The JRI-Poland online donations page can be found at:
www.jri-poland.org/support.htm

Note: Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is an independent non-profit organization
with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising. Because JRI-Poland's
database, discussion group and website are hosted by JewishGen, as a courtesy to
researchers, JRI-Poland enables its data search results to be displayed on
JewishGen's All Poland Database.

Best wishes for 2019 to all our friends. May it be a year or health and continued
success.

Stanley Diamond, M.S.M.
Executive Director
On behalf of the Board of JRI-Poland


27 January 2019 meeting of the Minnesota Jewish Genealogical Society #general

WALTER ELIAS
 

Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 1:00 pm Program of the MN Jewish Genealogical Society
Beth El Learning Center 5225 Barry St.W, St. Louis Park, MN 55416

We are pleased to announce our upcoming talk through MNJGS:
About the Talk: Susan Weinberg will be presenting, Immigration Through a 3-D Lens,
a perspective on immigration through the lens of laws, documents and family story.
With a focus on the 1900s, Susan will examine the immigration laws that affected
entry, the immigration documents that were created out of changes in the laws and
the stories of the Jews who came to America in the 1900s.

Susan has gathered stories >from Jewish elders who grew up in early immigrant
communities, Holocaust survivors who came in the 1940s-50s and immigrants >from the
former Soviet Union who came in the 1970s-90s. Using video clips >from those
interviews, she will tell a lively story of Jewish immigration to the United States
and the life of an immigrant juxtaposed with the documents and laws that framed
that experience.

This timely topic offers a perspective on immigration through the lens of family
story while providing attendees with tools to explore their own family's story.
Please register through the MNJGS.org website.
About Susan: Susan is an artist, author and genealogist who focuses her work on
family, cultural and community history. As a genealogist, Susan does research for
clients around the world. Her research has taken her to the Holocaust records in
Germany,archives of Poland and Lithuania, and her ancestral towns in Belarus,
Poland and the Ukraine. Susan created and maintains websites on ancestral towns for
Jewishgen.org. She is a frequent public speaker both locally and nationally. She
serves on the board of the Minnesota Jewish Genealogical Society and the Jewish
Historical Society of the Upper Midwest.

As an artist Susan has created artwork related to family history and the Holocaust.
She exhibits locally, nationally and internationally. Her work includes the Jewish
Identity and Legacy Project, an oral history series with Jewish elders. After
interviewing Jewish elders,Susan developed artwork based on their story, combining
story and art in the book We Spoke Jewish: A Legacy in Story.

Our new website, MNJGS.org, provides some helpful resources:
Submitted by:
Walter S. Elias
President MNJGS


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 27 January 2019 meeting of the Minnesota Jewish Genealogical Society #general

WALTER ELIAS
 

Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 1:00 pm Program of the MN Jewish Genealogical Society
Beth El Learning Center 5225 Barry St.W, St. Louis Park, MN 55416

We are pleased to announce our upcoming talk through MNJGS:
About the Talk: Susan Weinberg will be presenting, Immigration Through a 3-D Lens,
a perspective on immigration through the lens of laws, documents and family story.
With a focus on the 1900s, Susan will examine the immigration laws that affected
entry, the immigration documents that were created out of changes in the laws and
the stories of the Jews who came to America in the 1900s.

Susan has gathered stories >from Jewish elders who grew up in early immigrant
communities, Holocaust survivors who came in the 1940s-50s and immigrants >from the
former Soviet Union who came in the 1970s-90s. Using video clips >from those
interviews, she will tell a lively story of Jewish immigration to the United States
and the life of an immigrant juxtaposed with the documents and laws that framed
that experience.

This timely topic offers a perspective on immigration through the lens of family
story while providing attendees with tools to explore their own family's story.
Please register through the MNJGS.org website.
About Susan: Susan is an artist, author and genealogist who focuses her work on
family, cultural and community history. As a genealogist, Susan does research for
clients around the world. Her research has taken her to the Holocaust records in
Germany,archives of Poland and Lithuania, and her ancestral towns in Belarus,
Poland and the Ukraine. Susan created and maintains websites on ancestral towns for
Jewishgen.org. She is a frequent public speaker both locally and nationally. She
serves on the board of the Minnesota Jewish Genealogical Society and the Jewish
Historical Society of the Upper Midwest.

As an artist Susan has created artwork related to family history and the Holocaust.
She exhibits locally, nationally and internationally. Her work includes the Jewish
Identity and Legacy Project, an oral history series with Jewish elders. After
interviewing Jewish elders,Susan developed artwork based on their story, combining
story and art in the book We Spoke Jewish: A Legacy in Story.

Our new website, MNJGS.org, provides some helpful resources:
Submitted by:
Walter S. Elias
President MNJGS

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