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Chiune Sugihara visa lists #general

Howard Hack <hjhack@...>
 

I am looking for the list of visas issued by Chiune Sugihara in Germany. My
great-grandparents Emil and Martha Galliner were recipients of these visas.
Thank you. Jeanine Hack, Cape Town

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Chiune Sugihara visa lists #general

Howard Hack <hjhack@...>
 

I am looking for the list of visas issued by Chiune Sugihara in Germany. My
great-grandparents Emil and Martha Galliner were recipients of these visas.
Thank you. Jeanine Hack, Cape Town

significance of smaller DNA segments-30+ cM? #dna

Milton Koch
 

I have noticed that there are several people listed on DNA sites that
I have visited, for comparison to me and/or other know relatives, who
have segments of 30+ cMorgans, but totals of only about 150 cM or less.
Several of these people may be distant relatives- since I know that they
share some distant family names and I have seen their family trees-towns
are similar as well, but the exact relationship has not yet been made
definitively.
Do these DNA numbers, nevertheless, suggest more strongly that they are
related, albeit distantly, rather than just endogamy??
Thanks,
Milton Koch
Bethesda, MD, USA
KOCH-Jagielnica

DNA Research #DNA significance of smaller DNA segments-30+ cM? #dna

Milton Koch
 

I have noticed that there are several people listed on DNA sites that
I have visited, for comparison to me and/or other know relatives, who
have segments of 30+ cMorgans, but totals of only about 150 cM or less.
Several of these people may be distant relatives- since I know that they
share some distant family names and I have seen their family trees-towns
are similar as well, but the exact relationship has not yet been made
definitively.
Do these DNA numbers, nevertheless, suggest more strongly that they are
related, albeit distantly, rather than just endogamy??
Thanks,
Milton Koch
Bethesda, MD, USA
KOCH-Jagielnica

ROZEN (JERUSALEMSKI) Sczuczin-Chicago #general

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Looking for descendants of a ROZEN (ROSEN) family who came to the USA
around the turn of the 19-20th cent. After arriving in the USA they
had changed their name >from JERUSALEMSKY.
Some came to Baltimore and most of them eventually to Chicago.

Yoni Ben-Ari
(formerly KATZOFF >from Chicago and husband of Rivka JERUSHALMY)

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ROZEN (JERUSALEMSKI) Sczuczin-Chicago #general

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Looking for descendants of a ROZEN (ROSEN) family who came to the USA
around the turn of the 19-20th cent. After arriving in the USA they
had changed their name >from JERUSALEMSKY.
Some came to Baltimore and most of them eventually to Chicago.

Yoni Ben-Ari
(formerly KATZOFF >from Chicago and husband of Rivka JERUSHALMY)

Re: Chiune Sugihara visa lists #general

Mark Halpern
 

Dear Jeanine:

Your great grandparents Emil and Martha GALLINER are not on the Sugihara
Visa list of 2139 people to whom he issued Japanese transit visas while
he was Vice Consul in Kaunas (Kovno) Lithuania. That list was made up
mostly of people with Polish nationality. However, the Joint
Distribution Committee Archive shows that Emil and Martha were in
Shanghai during and after the War

You stated that "visas issued by Chiune Sugihara in Germany." If your
great grandparents were German Jews, they may have survived the War in
Shanghai, but most German Jews traveled to Shanghai on ships leaving
from Italian ports such as Genoa and Trieste. Sugihara issued exit visas
in Lithuania and also some 33 visas while he was Japanese consul in
Prague.

I was able to find that Emil and Martha immigrated to America >from
Shanghai aboard the SS Marine Adder landing in San Francisco on
September 24, 1947. Emil was 66 born in Zinten, Germany and Martha was
61 born in Posen, Poland. They had visas for permanent residency issued
in Shanghai and their trip was paid for by AJDC (American Joint
Distribution Committee).

None of this information means that they did not have a Japanese transit
visa, but it is likely they arrived in Shanghai via a different route.
It is reported that Sugihara issued transit visas >from the hotel and
from the train as he was leaving Lithuania and it is also reported that
there were many forged "Sugihara" transit visas. Just the other day, I
heard his son Nobuki Sugihara venture a guess that there may have been
700 forged visas issued.

If you or any of your relatives have Emil or Martha's travel documents
they used to leave Europe to go to Shanghai, I would definitely like to
see them.

No matter how Emil and Martha got to Shanghai, this is a great escape
story and you should be proud.

Mark Halpern
Conshohocken, PA, USA

---
On 2019-05-26 09:05, hjhack@... hjhack@... wrote:

I am looking for the list of visas issued by Chiune Sugihara in Germany.
My great-grandparents Emil and Martha Galliner were recipients of these
visas.
Thank you. Jeanine Hack, Cape Town

Checking accuracy of translations #general

Cathy Miller
 

Question
I am wondering if there is someone who has the time and Cyrillic (or
possibly Lithuanian) skills to take a look at 2 entries on my behalf,
click through to the microfilm copies of the original documents using
the hyperlinks and let me know whether or not there has been a
transcription error.

Background
I have done extensive research into our family on the excellent
JewishGen site. There are 2 entries where the information conflicts
with other information. Before I try to reconcile which is correct it
would be helpful to ensure there has not been a translation or
transcription error. To my great delight I found that both these
entries have a hyperlink to the copy of the original source which is
in the free on line FamilySearch database. Unfortunately being unable
to read the language which I am guessing is Russian/Cyrillic (but
could also have some Lithuanian as it was written in Lithuania), when
I look at the microfilm images I am not sure even which is the correct
image relating to the person I am researching, so I cant take a
screenshot to post on viewmate for translation.

The first entry pertains to the birth of my putative great uncle

VITEN, Girsh Eliyash ben Izrael son of Yosel 2270864 / 2

LVIA/1226/1/1309/649 1887 Panevezys Record #M71
When I look at the microfilm, Volume 1226/1/1309 starts at image
number # 314 but I cant find a reference to the last 3 digits (649) or
M71

All the other information about my great grandfather (named in this
entry as Izrael) suggests his name was Tsalel/Calel. My question is,
could Izrael have been a mis-transcription of Tsalel/Calel? (I
appreciate he may have been known by the name Izrael or it could have
been an entry error, however in the births of his other 5 children
including my grandfather he is always listed as Tsalel or Calel)

The second entry pertains to the marriage of a putative great great
uncle (brother of the above mentioned Tsalel/Calel/Izrael)
VITEN, Kashriel ben Yosel 2205137 / 2

LVIA/1226/1/1029/197/187 Marriage Record #2 1877 Birzai
When I look at the microfilm, Volume 1226/1/1029 seems to be in the
section that starts with 1226/1/1026 - 1226/1/1041 on image number 109
and 1877 seems to start at image number 160

If the date of the marriage and the age of Kashriel (22) and his wife
(18) at the time of marriage are correct, then this conflicts with
other evidence that suggests they may have been about 10 years older
at the time. I have been wondering whether I am dealing with one
Kashriel or two. Since Kashriel ben Yosel is a rare name and Viten far
from common, it would help to check this transcription in case there
is a simple error that could explain this discrepancy.

Crossing fingers this is the correct forum to address this. Please let
me know if I should be trying elsewhere.

Many many thanks
Cathy Miller
JewishGen ID #: 366319

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Chiune Sugihara visa lists #general

Mark Halpern
 

Dear Jeanine:

Your great grandparents Emil and Martha GALLINER are not on the Sugihara
Visa list of 2139 people to whom he issued Japanese transit visas while
he was Vice Consul in Kaunas (Kovno) Lithuania. That list was made up
mostly of people with Polish nationality. However, the Joint
Distribution Committee Archive shows that Emil and Martha were in
Shanghai during and after the War

You stated that "visas issued by Chiune Sugihara in Germany." If your
great grandparents were German Jews, they may have survived the War in
Shanghai, but most German Jews traveled to Shanghai on ships leaving
from Italian ports such as Genoa and Trieste. Sugihara issued exit visas
in Lithuania and also some 33 visas while he was Japanese consul in
Prague.

I was able to find that Emil and Martha immigrated to America >from
Shanghai aboard the SS Marine Adder landing in San Francisco on
September 24, 1947. Emil was 66 born in Zinten, Germany and Martha was
61 born in Posen, Poland. They had visas for permanent residency issued
in Shanghai and their trip was paid for by AJDC (American Joint
Distribution Committee).

None of this information means that they did not have a Japanese transit
visa, but it is likely they arrived in Shanghai via a different route.
It is reported that Sugihara issued transit visas >from the hotel and
from the train as he was leaving Lithuania and it is also reported that
there were many forged "Sugihara" transit visas. Just the other day, I
heard his son Nobuki Sugihara venture a guess that there may have been
700 forged visas issued.

If you or any of your relatives have Emil or Martha's travel documents
they used to leave Europe to go to Shanghai, I would definitely like to
see them.

No matter how Emil and Martha got to Shanghai, this is a great escape
story and you should be proud.

Mark Halpern
Conshohocken, PA, USA

---
On 2019-05-26 09:05, hjhack@... hjhack@... wrote:

I am looking for the list of visas issued by Chiune Sugihara in Germany.
My great-grandparents Emil and Martha Galliner were recipients of these
visas.
Thank you. Jeanine Hack, Cape Town

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Checking accuracy of translations #general

Cathy Miller
 

Question
I am wondering if there is someone who has the time and Cyrillic (or
possibly Lithuanian) skills to take a look at 2 entries on my behalf,
click through to the microfilm copies of the original documents using
the hyperlinks and let me know whether or not there has been a
transcription error.

Background
I have done extensive research into our family on the excellent
JewishGen site. There are 2 entries where the information conflicts
with other information. Before I try to reconcile which is correct it
would be helpful to ensure there has not been a translation or
transcription error. To my great delight I found that both these
entries have a hyperlink to the copy of the original source which is
in the free on line FamilySearch database. Unfortunately being unable
to read the language which I am guessing is Russian/Cyrillic (but
could also have some Lithuanian as it was written in Lithuania), when
I look at the microfilm images I am not sure even which is the correct
image relating to the person I am researching, so I cant take a
screenshot to post on viewmate for translation.

The first entry pertains to the birth of my putative great uncle

VITEN, Girsh Eliyash ben Izrael son of Yosel 2270864 / 2

LVIA/1226/1/1309/649 1887 Panevezys Record #M71
When I look at the microfilm, Volume 1226/1/1309 starts at image
number # 314 but I cant find a reference to the last 3 digits (649) or
M71

All the other information about my great grandfather (named in this
entry as Izrael) suggests his name was Tsalel/Calel. My question is,
could Izrael have been a mis-transcription of Tsalel/Calel? (I
appreciate he may have been known by the name Izrael or it could have
been an entry error, however in the births of his other 5 children
including my grandfather he is always listed as Tsalel or Calel)

The second entry pertains to the marriage of a putative great great
uncle (brother of the above mentioned Tsalel/Calel/Izrael)
VITEN, Kashriel ben Yosel 2205137 / 2

LVIA/1226/1/1029/197/187 Marriage Record #2 1877 Birzai
When I look at the microfilm, Volume 1226/1/1029 seems to be in the
section that starts with 1226/1/1026 - 1226/1/1041 on image number 109
and 1877 seems to start at image number 160

If the date of the marriage and the age of Kashriel (22) and his wife
(18) at the time of marriage are correct, then this conflicts with
other evidence that suggests they may have been about 10 years older
at the time. I have been wondering whether I am dealing with one
Kashriel or two. Since Kashriel ben Yosel is a rare name and Viten far
from common, it would help to check this transcription in case there
is a simple error that could explain this discrepancy.

Crossing fingers this is the correct forum to address this. Please let
me know if I should be trying elsewhere.

Many many thanks
Cathy Miller
JewishGen ID #: 366319

Jewish Genealogy annual conference in Cleveland, OH #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Hello everybody,

It is about 2 months until our annual gathering in Cleveland, OH. I am
looking forward to see many of our members at the conference.
I see the conference mostly as a learning venue. This the place to find
new methods of research, get new members interested in the same region.
This year our members prepared a number of interesting presentations, which
mostly related not only to our small region of Bessarabia/Moldova, but also
to everywhere Jews used to dwell.

Here is a list of these presentations:
https://www.jewishgen.org/bessarabia/PTM_Article.asp?id=205

I also invite all of you to join at our Bessarabia SIG Meeting, and this
year I am doing personal consultations with anyone interested in
Bessarabia/Moldova region. For that you need to email me
(yefimk@... ). Please include list of days you are at the
conference, also towns you are researching, and what questions you may want
to explore.

See you soon in Cleveland.

Yefim Kogan
JewishGen Bessarabia SIG Leader and Coordinator

Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Jewish Genealogy annual conference in Cleveland, OH #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Hello everybody,

It is about 2 months until our annual gathering in Cleveland, OH. I am
looking forward to see many of our members at the conference.
I see the conference mostly as a learning venue. This the place to find
new methods of research, get new members interested in the same region.
This year our members prepared a number of interesting presentations, which
mostly related not only to our small region of Bessarabia/Moldova, but also
to everywhere Jews used to dwell.

Here is a list of these presentations:
https://www.jewishgen.org/bessarabia/PTM_Article.asp?id=205

I also invite all of you to join at our Bessarabia SIG Meeting, and this
year I am doing personal consultations with anyone interested in
Bessarabia/Moldova region. For that you need to email me
(yefimk@... ). Please include list of days you are at the
conference, also towns you are researching, and what questions you may want
to explore.

See you soon in Cleveland.

Yefim Kogan
JewishGen Bessarabia SIG Leader and Coordinator

Tenzer Family of Nowy Sacz #galicia

Harvey Glasner <hsglasner@...>
 

Heaps of thanks go out to Renee Steinig. She discovered the Tenzer boys
in quick order using a variety of sources: Pages of Testimony; JRI Poland;
Ancestry; Intellius; Facebook; and finally GENI.

Unravelling the mystery took, I dare say, 2 hours?

This success story is truly a primer on how to strategize breaking down a
brick wall.

Renee, you are truly an outstanding genealogist and an incredible creative
thinker!

More to come on this story.

Bless you!

Harvey Glasner
Jewish Genealogy Society of Toronto
Webmaster: jgstoronto.ca

Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Tenzer Family of Nowy Sacz #galicia

Harvey Glasner <hsglasner@...>
 

Heaps of thanks go out to Renee Steinig. She discovered the Tenzer boys
in quick order using a variety of sources: Pages of Testimony; JRI Poland;
Ancestry; Intellius; Facebook; and finally GENI.

Unravelling the mystery took, I dare say, 2 hours?

This success story is truly a primer on how to strategize breaking down a
brick wall.

Renee, you are truly an outstanding genealogist and an incredible creative
thinker!

More to come on this story.

Bless you!

Harvey Glasner
Jewish Genealogy Society of Toronto
Webmaster: jgstoronto.ca

Re: Storozhynets and Nepolokivtsi #romania

Yohanan
 

Sabrina asked:
"Did any records survive >from these towns?"

1. May I refer you to my post >from 4 Aug 2018. I am re-posting some of it
again here. I referred then to Nepolokivtsi, but Storozhynets also included
in this region:

"For years I believed that there were hardly any Romanian time North
Bukovina records (rather than Czernowitz) that survived.
So I was very glad to find out recently that some (though not many)
Kotsman(Kitsman) region Jewish records were published online by Family Search.

I was hoping to find relevant records of my MUNSTER family from
Nepolokivtsi, Ukraine (then Nepolocauti, Romania, previously Nepolokouts,
Austria) Birth >from 1916 to 1924 and Marriage 1915-1918,
but was very disappointed to see that thess years' groups were not included.

Family Search has published the following group records, not indexed and
not digitized:

Birth: 1902-1907, 1925-1927; Marriage: 1921-1929

They are in Romanian/German, names in most of them easy to decipher, and
include valuable genealogical information, even mother's maiden name.

I almost gave up, but out of curiosity and thinking of the slightest chance
that may be an earlier record >from the Austrian era made its way to this
group of later Romanian records, I decided to view the records, starting
with 1924-1927 Birth and later the 1921-1924 marriage. It became a very
surprising and emotional adventure:


I found earlier records. some >from late 1800 and some between 1907 and 1921.
Found.... my grandparents Avraham Yitzhak MUNSTER and Sali (Sara) SCHERL
marriage registration in 1923, though married about 6 years earlier (1917)
in Wiznitz,then Austria!

If you have family >from this region I encourage you to scroll via the
records, even if you do a few minutes each time.
There are records >from many communities, not only >from known Jewish
communities as: Kotzman, Czernowitz, Berhomet (both P/P and P/S),
Nepolocauti, Wiznitz, Zastavna, Zablotow, , Davydivtsi, Banila etc.
but also >from small and some exotic named villages, unknown to have Jewish
communities, e.g.: Borauti, Bahinesti, Piedecauti, Dulcauti, Lujeni,
Ramancauti, Malatineli, Sipeniti, Sizcauti, Orzehlib,=A0 Ivancauti,
Stanceni,Orshivtsi, Laschinca and many more.

Here are the available records of Metrical Books 1902-1929, Jewish
Congregation Kotzman Bukowina, which you can find in Family Search (need to
login):

Volume 1245-1/941 Births 1902-1907
Film 2446437
Item 2,&#65533;7799360

Volume 1245-1/942 Marriages 1921-1924
Film 2446437
Item 3, 7799360

Volume 1245-1/943 Marriages 1924-1929
Film 2446437
Item 4,&#65533;7799360

Volume 1245-1/944 Births 1925-1927
Film 2446437
Item 5,7799360

Volume 1245-1/944 (cont.) Births 1927
Film 2446438
Item 1, 7327975"

2.If you need help with the technicality of checking the records, here ar=
some suggestions.

Go to the website:
<https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/1886767?availability=3DFamily%2=
0History%20Library>


Scroll down the page to the list of films.
Let's say you want to look at the first, birth 1902-1907. first, notice
what item you need (under the Film number). It is 2.
Click on the camera icon under "Format" on the right hand side of the row.
You need to sign in (or register) to Family Search. Allow the computer to
remember your password so it will be quicker next time.
lots of images will start loading on your screen.
You see that every group of images starts with a black page numbered,
from 1 and up.
Scroll down the images (it can take time) until you reach No.1 again (end
of item) and immediately No. 2, that is where your images group starts.
Highlight image 2, then on the left side you will notice a small column of
icons: click on the "View single image" (Full square, 3rd >from top). Delete
the message >from the Ukraine archives.
You can now click on the bottom image (empty square) to see image larger
(and click again to return).
You can adjust the image size by scrolling with your mouse.
Start flipping through the pages by clicking on the right side arrow at top
left;

In this example in page 261 you'll see the first record image.
Even if you do not understand German or Romanian, find the (usually) 2
middle columns with the parents names (for births) or the couple with their
parents' names (in marriage), here the columns are 'Vor and Zuname" .
Usually it is clear to see what town they are from, in marriage immediately
after the name and here in birth on the left, under Ort (e.g. first record
here surnames are Berler and Herzberg and town is Nepolokoutz).
Don't be confused with the next right hand side column which has got the
witnesses names, usually 2 with often also the Rabbi's name. (here
Silberbusch and Roth) - they are not important unless it is your family
name...
some records are not in tables but free writing in rows: look for surnames
and towns, they are usually highlighted and easy to find.
Now, if you find a relevant record, you can't copy or download it: you need
to print screen and save
(if you do not know how to do it search "how to print screen " )

I warmly recommend, each time you make a break or finish for the day /
night, bookmark your last image so you can later return to it whenever
you start again.

3. Also, may I refer you to Nepolokivtsi KehilaLink that I have built in:
https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Nepolakivtsi/

Good luck in your research,

Yohanan Loeffler
Melbourne Australia

Researching MUNSTER, NAGEL >from Wiznitz, Nepolokivtsi, Knyazhe, Kosow.
SCHERL, PERLMUTTER, IWANIER, >from Berhomet P/S, Kosow.

Romania SIG #Romania Re: Storozhynets and Nepolokivtsi #romania

Yohanan
 

Sabrina asked:
"Did any records survive >from these towns?"

1. May I refer you to my post >from 4 Aug 2018. I am re-posting some of it
again here. I referred then to Nepolokivtsi, but Storozhynets also included
in this region:

"For years I believed that there were hardly any Romanian time North
Bukovina records (rather than Czernowitz) that survived.
So I was very glad to find out recently that some (though not many)
Kotsman(Kitsman) region Jewish records were published online by Family Search.

I was hoping to find relevant records of my MUNSTER family from
Nepolokivtsi, Ukraine (then Nepolocauti, Romania, previously Nepolokouts,
Austria) Birth >from 1916 to 1924 and Marriage 1915-1918,
but was very disappointed to see that thess years' groups were not included.

Family Search has published the following group records, not indexed and
not digitized:

Birth: 1902-1907, 1925-1927; Marriage: 1921-1929

They are in Romanian/German, names in most of them easy to decipher, and
include valuable genealogical information, even mother's maiden name.

I almost gave up, but out of curiosity and thinking of the slightest chance
that may be an earlier record >from the Austrian era made its way to this
group of later Romanian records, I decided to view the records, starting
with 1924-1927 Birth and later the 1921-1924 marriage. It became a very
surprising and emotional adventure:


I found earlier records. some >from late 1800 and some between 1907 and 1921.
Found.... my grandparents Avraham Yitzhak MUNSTER and Sali (Sara) SCHERL
marriage registration in 1923, though married about 6 years earlier (1917)
in Wiznitz,then Austria!

If you have family >from this region I encourage you to scroll via the
records, even if you do a few minutes each time.
There are records >from many communities, not only >from known Jewish
communities as: Kotzman, Czernowitz, Berhomet (both P/P and P/S),
Nepolocauti, Wiznitz, Zastavna, Zablotow, , Davydivtsi, Banila etc.
but also >from small and some exotic named villages, unknown to have Jewish
communities, e.g.: Borauti, Bahinesti, Piedecauti, Dulcauti, Lujeni,
Ramancauti, Malatineli, Sipeniti, Sizcauti, Orzehlib,=A0 Ivancauti,
Stanceni,Orshivtsi, Laschinca and many more.

Here are the available records of Metrical Books 1902-1929, Jewish
Congregation Kotzman Bukowina, which you can find in Family Search (need to
login):

Volume 1245-1/941 Births 1902-1907
Film 2446437
Item 2,&#65533;7799360

Volume 1245-1/942 Marriages 1921-1924
Film 2446437
Item 3, 7799360

Volume 1245-1/943 Marriages 1924-1929
Film 2446437
Item 4,&#65533;7799360

Volume 1245-1/944 Births 1925-1927
Film 2446437
Item 5,7799360

Volume 1245-1/944 (cont.) Births 1927
Film 2446438
Item 1, 7327975"

2.If you need help with the technicality of checking the records, here ar=
some suggestions.

Go to the website:
<https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/1886767?availability=3DFamily%2=
0History%20Library>


Scroll down the page to the list of films.
Let's say you want to look at the first, birth 1902-1907. first, notice
what item you need (under the Film number). It is 2.
Click on the camera icon under "Format" on the right hand side of the row.
You need to sign in (or register) to Family Search. Allow the computer to
remember your password so it will be quicker next time.
lots of images will start loading on your screen.
You see that every group of images starts with a black page numbered,
from 1 and up.
Scroll down the images (it can take time) until you reach No.1 again (end
of item) and immediately No. 2, that is where your images group starts.
Highlight image 2, then on the left side you will notice a small column of
icons: click on the "View single image" (Full square, 3rd >from top). Delete
the message >from the Ukraine archives.
You can now click on the bottom image (empty square) to see image larger
(and click again to return).
You can adjust the image size by scrolling with your mouse.
Start flipping through the pages by clicking on the right side arrow at top
left;

In this example in page 261 you'll see the first record image.
Even if you do not understand German or Romanian, find the (usually) 2
middle columns with the parents names (for births) or the couple with their
parents' names (in marriage), here the columns are 'Vor and Zuname" .
Usually it is clear to see what town they are from, in marriage immediately
after the name and here in birth on the left, under Ort (e.g. first record
here surnames are Berler and Herzberg and town is Nepolokoutz).
Don't be confused with the next right hand side column which has got the
witnesses names, usually 2 with often also the Rabbi's name. (here
Silberbusch and Roth) - they are not important unless it is your family
name...
some records are not in tables but free writing in rows: look for surnames
and towns, they are usually highlighted and easy to find.
Now, if you find a relevant record, you can't copy or download it: you need
to print screen and save
(if you do not know how to do it search "how to print screen " )

I warmly recommend, each time you make a break or finish for the day /
night, bookmark your last image so you can later return to it whenever
you start again.

3. Also, may I refer you to Nepolokivtsi KehilaLink that I have built in:
https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Nepolakivtsi/

Good luck in your research,

Yohanan Loeffler
Melbourne Australia

Researching MUNSTER, NAGEL >from Wiznitz, Nepolokivtsi, Knyazhe, Kosow.
SCHERL, PERLMUTTER, IWANIER, >from Berhomet P/S, Kosow.

Recommendations for a website template #bessarabia

Alan Levitt
 

At a recent family reunion, we decided to create a website that can
help preserve our family heritage for future generations. We want
it to be more than a family tree.

We have videos, still photographs, lots of background materials,
interviews, articles and stories,, The website might also have
appropriate safeguards to protect the integrity of the materials.

We are interested in hearing recommendations as to which website
templates are flexible, easy to use, and allow for relatively easy
additions and changes

Thanks,

Alan Levitt
LEVITT, LEVIT, BROTMAN, BROITMAN..- Kishinev

Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Recommendations for a website template #bessarabia

Alan Levitt
 

At a recent family reunion, we decided to create a website that can
help preserve our family heritage for future generations. We want
it to be more than a family tree.

We have videos, still photographs, lots of background materials,
interviews, articles and stories,, The website might also have
appropriate safeguards to protect the integrity of the materials.

We are interested in hearing recommendations as to which website
templates are flexible, easy to use, and allow for relatively easy
additions and changes

Thanks,

Alan Levitt
LEVITT, LEVIT, BROTMAN, BROITMAN..- Kishinev

ViewMate translation request from Russian #poland

landeeva@...
 

I've posted a marriage record in Russian (Cyrillic) for Szulim
SZWARCBARD-Laia MARYN.
It's on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM73436

I'd appreciate translation of as much of the document as possible.
Many thanks for your kindness.

Eva Lande
Michigan, USA

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JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate translation request from Russian #poland

landeeva@...
 

I've posted a marriage record in Russian (Cyrillic) for Szulim
SZWARCBARD-Laia MARYN.
It's on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM73436

I'd appreciate translation of as much of the document as possible.
Many thanks for your kindness.

Eva Lande
Michigan, USA

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viemate form.