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NYC birth & marriage certificates - not mine #general

Lisa Dashman <ldashman@...>
 

I have the following NYC birth certificates, which are not the ones I'm
seeking, and will gladly mail to the rightful owners:
Hennie RICHARD/BECHARD b.11 June 1898 to Henry & Annie (KELLER) RICHARD in
Brooklyn, NY

Mildred RICHARD b.24 Sept. 1898 to Moses & Mabel (KNIGHT) RICHARD in
Brooklyn, NY

Isaac ISAACS & Rose FRIED m.10 Jan 1897 in Manhattan, NY

Joseph Louis FELLMAN & Rose FROST m.8 June 1930 in Brooklyn, NY.

Best wishes,
Lisa Dashman
Croton-on-Hudson, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen NYC birth & marriage certificates - not mine #general

Lisa Dashman <ldashman@...>
 

I have the following NYC birth certificates, which are not the ones I'm
seeking, and will gladly mail to the rightful owners:
Hennie RICHARD/BECHARD b.11 June 1898 to Henry & Annie (KELLER) RICHARD in
Brooklyn, NY

Mildred RICHARD b.24 Sept. 1898 to Moses & Mabel (KNIGHT) RICHARD in
Brooklyn, NY

Isaac ISAACS & Rose FRIED m.10 Jan 1897 in Manhattan, NY

Joseph Louis FELLMAN & Rose FROST m.8 June 1930 in Brooklyn, NY.

Best wishes,
Lisa Dashman
Croton-on-Hudson, NY


TZIPERSHTEYN/ZIPERSTEIN/SIPERSTEIN/SAPIRSTEIN #ukraine

Avraham <435.gavea@...>
 

Hello, it seems that Jeff Knisbacher, >from Baltimore, US, posted here
sometime ago. I tried the e-mail >from one of his posts but It seems it
changed. I'm looking after him because he seems to have connections to
Tzipershteyns/Sipersteins >from Khotin or nearby cities, in Ukraine.
Did anyone talk to him lately ?

Follows the information on my line:

I'm looking for any of the following variant spellings for families
living in USA who might recognize any of the following data:
Tsipershteyn/Ziperstein/Siperstein/Sapirstein

- Origin: Bessarabia, either Moldova, Romania or Ukraine. Cities I am
aware one of them lived (my great-grandmother): Secureni, todays
Sokiryany.

- Names of the ones I am aware did immigrate to US:

Yakov Tsipershteyn z"l married Brani z"l, they are probably >from 1850.
Their offspring:

- Pinye Tsipershteyn z"l
- one of Pinye's children, DAVID, emigrated to US,
married there, and had 2 children, as far as 1982.
- Itzik Tsipershteyn z"l
- Rivka Tsipershteyn z"l (my gg-mother)
- Moishe Tsipershteyn z"l
- Moishe may have married in US, and his child, an
american, got married also in US.
- Iossif Tsipershteyn z"l
- Had 3 children, all of them born in US and 2 of them
married in US, again, as far as 1982.

When I don't mention any name is simply because I don't have them.

Please, I noticed there are several Zipersteins in the white pages,
just to mention, so if this rings a bell to anyone don't hesitate to
reply back.

Kol tuv,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana,
Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil

Seeking:
Ukraine (Sokiryany[Secureni], Ozeve[Ojeva], Briceva[Brischev]):
SCHECHTMAN, TSIPERSTEIN, BERENSTEIN, KOIFMAN, TRACHTENBERG, VAISENBERG
Remote connections, still of my interest:
Romania, Ukraine:
BRANDT, SHOIKHET, BARAF, GUN, LAZAROVITS

List of names edited to 6 lines by moderator.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine TZIPERSHTEYN/ZIPERSTEIN/SIPERSTEIN/SAPIRSTEIN #ukraine

Avraham <435.gavea@...>
 

Hello, it seems that Jeff Knisbacher, >from Baltimore, US, posted here
sometime ago. I tried the e-mail >from one of his posts but It seems it
changed. I'm looking after him because he seems to have connections to
Tzipershteyns/Sipersteins >from Khotin or nearby cities, in Ukraine.
Did anyone talk to him lately ?

Follows the information on my line:

I'm looking for any of the following variant spellings for families
living in USA who might recognize any of the following data:
Tsipershteyn/Ziperstein/Siperstein/Sapirstein

- Origin: Bessarabia, either Moldova, Romania or Ukraine. Cities I am
aware one of them lived (my great-grandmother): Secureni, todays
Sokiryany.

- Names of the ones I am aware did immigrate to US:

Yakov Tsipershteyn z"l married Brani z"l, they are probably >from 1850.
Their offspring:

- Pinye Tsipershteyn z"l
- one of Pinye's children, DAVID, emigrated to US,
married there, and had 2 children, as far as 1982.
- Itzik Tsipershteyn z"l
- Rivka Tsipershteyn z"l (my gg-mother)
- Moishe Tsipershteyn z"l
- Moishe may have married in US, and his child, an
american, got married also in US.
- Iossif Tsipershteyn z"l
- Had 3 children, all of them born in US and 2 of them
married in US, again, as far as 1982.

When I don't mention any name is simply because I don't have them.

Please, I noticed there are several Zipersteins in the white pages,
just to mention, so if this rings a bell to anyone don't hesitate to
reply back.

Kol tuv,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana,
Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil

Seeking:
Ukraine (Sokiryany[Secureni], Ozeve[Ojeva], Briceva[Brischev]):
SCHECHTMAN, TSIPERSTEIN, BERENSTEIN, KOIFMAN, TRACHTENBERG, VAISENBERG
Remote connections, still of my interest:
Romania, Ukraine:
BRANDT, SHOIKHET, BARAF, GUN, LAZAROVITS

List of names edited to 6 lines by moderator.


Re: ukraine digest: January 24, 2008 #ukraine

MERYL RIZZOTTI
 

If a person is crossed off the manifest it means they
did not make the trip. Sometimes those people were
marked NOB. If they were a stowaway or died on board
that is also noted on the manifest. If they were
detained they will be on a list of detainees --
ususally on the last page.

Meryl Rizzotti


Re: ukraine digest: January 24, 2008 #ukraine

MERYL RIZZOTTI
 

If a person is crossed off the manifest it means they
did not make the trip. Sometimes those people were
marked NOB. If they were a stowaway or died on board
that is also noted on the manifest. If they were
detained they will be on a list of detainees --
ususally on the last page.

Meryl Rizzotti


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: ukraine digest: January 24, 2008 #ukraine

MERYL RIZZOTTI
 

If a person is crossed off the manifest it means they
did not make the trip. Sometimes those people were
marked NOB. If they were a stowaway or died on board
that is also noted on the manifest. If they were
detained they will be on a list of detainees --
ususally on the last page.

Meryl Rizzotti


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: ukraine digest: January 24, 2008 #ukraine

MERYL RIZZOTTI
 

If a person is crossed off the manifest it means they
did not make the trip. Sometimes those people were
marked NOB. If they were a stowaway or died on board
that is also noted on the manifest. If they were
detained they will be on a list of detainees --
ususally on the last page.

Meryl Rizzotti


2011 Conference Announcement #belarus

Marlene Bishow
 

The IAJGS is very pleased to announce that the 31st IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will be held in Washington, DC during the
summer of 2011. This conference will be hosted by the Jewish Genealogy
Society of Greater Washington (JGSGW).

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington draws it membership
primarily >from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC. The organizational
meeting was held in November, 1980 and in January, 1981, the first speaker
was Rabbi Malcolm H. Stern, the "Dean of Jewish Genealogy." During the past
28 years, JGSGW has hosted four conferences: 1984, 1988, 1995 and 2003. The
overwhelming success of these conferences bears witness to the society's
ability to put together the best speakers on subjects of great interest to
the Jewish genealogical community and combine it with the fabulous resources
of the Washington, DC area. The IAJGS Conference in 2011 will meet the same
high standards and will surely be worthwhile attending.

See you in DC in 2011!

Most sincerely,
Anne Feder Lee
IAJGS President
Honolulu, HI
FederLee@msn.com

and

Marlene Katz Bishow
President
Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington
www.jewishgen.org/jgsgw


Belarus SIG #Belarus 2011 Conference Announcement #belarus

Marlene Bishow
 

The IAJGS is very pleased to announce that the 31st IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy will be held in Washington, DC during the
summer of 2011. This conference will be hosted by the Jewish Genealogy
Society of Greater Washington (JGSGW).

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington draws it membership
primarily >from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC. The organizational
meeting was held in November, 1980 and in January, 1981, the first speaker
was Rabbi Malcolm H. Stern, the "Dean of Jewish Genealogy." During the past
28 years, JGSGW has hosted four conferences: 1984, 1988, 1995 and 2003. The
overwhelming success of these conferences bears witness to the society's
ability to put together the best speakers on subjects of great interest to
the Jewish genealogical community and combine it with the fabulous resources
of the Washington, DC area. The IAJGS Conference in 2011 will meet the same
high standards and will surely be worthwhile attending.

See you in DC in 2011!

Most sincerely,
Anne Feder Lee
IAJGS President
Honolulu, HI
FederLee@msn.com

and

Marlene Katz Bishow
President
Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington
www.jewishgen.org/jgsgw


Shipping lists 1870s-1880s #southafrica

Merv & Naomi Barnett
 

I've long been a member of this group in the vague hope I might find
some of my husband's BARNETT family in South Africa.

The family came >from Alytus/Olita in Kovno with my husband's
ggrandfather and one sister emigrating to Leeds, England in the late
1870s. The name changed >from BERZYNSKI to BARNETT. So far I haven't
been able to find any other BERZYNSKI family in England. I am not
certain of the correct spelling as no doubt it was up to the person
writing what they heard as to how the name was spelled.

Because so many people >from this part of the world (Kovno) emigrated to
South Africa I thought it might be possible that some of this family
settled there too.

My message is really a long shot to see if there are any shipping lists
available for the 1870-1880 period and what information I need to search
them.


Naomi Barnett
Melbourne, Australia


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Shipping lists 1870s-1880s #southafrica

Merv & Naomi Barnett
 

I've long been a member of this group in the vague hope I might find
some of my husband's BARNETT family in South Africa.

The family came >from Alytus/Olita in Kovno with my husband's
ggrandfather and one sister emigrating to Leeds, England in the late
1870s. The name changed >from BERZYNSKI to BARNETT. So far I haven't
been able to find any other BERZYNSKI family in England. I am not
certain of the correct spelling as no doubt it was up to the person
writing what they heard as to how the name was spelled.

Because so many people >from this part of the world (Kovno) emigrated to
South Africa I thought it might be possible that some of this family
settled there too.

My message is really a long shot to see if there are any shipping lists
available for the 1870-1880 period and what information I need to search
them.


Naomi Barnett
Melbourne, Australia


2011 IAJGS Conference - Washington, DC will be the location #galicia

ANNE LEE <federlee@...>
 

The IAJGS is very pleased to announce that the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will be held in
Washington, DC during the summer of 2011. This conference will be
hosted by the Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington (JGSGW).

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington draws it
membership primarily >from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC.
The organizational meeting was held in November, 1980 and in
January, 1981, the first speaker was Rabbi Malcolm H. Stern, the
"Dean of Jewish Genealogy." During the past 28 years, JGSGW has
hosted four conferences: 1984, 1988, 1995 and 2003. The overwhelming
success of these conferences bears witness to the society's ability
to put together the best speakers on subjects of great interest to
the Jewish genealogical community and combine it with the fabulous
resources of the Washington, DC area. The IAJGS Conference in 2011
will meet the same high standards and will surely be worthwhile
attending.

See you in DC in 2011!

Most sincerely,
Anne Feder Lee
IAJGS President
Honolulu, HI
FederLee@msn.com

and

Marlene Katz Bishow
President
Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington
www.jewishgen.org/jgsgw


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia 2011 IAJGS Conference - Washington, DC will be the location #galicia

ANNE LEE <federlee@...>
 

The IAJGS is very pleased to announce that the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will be held in
Washington, DC during the summer of 2011. This conference will be
hosted by the Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington (JGSGW).

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington draws it
membership primarily >from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC.
The organizational meeting was held in November, 1980 and in
January, 1981, the first speaker was Rabbi Malcolm H. Stern, the
"Dean of Jewish Genealogy." During the past 28 years, JGSGW has
hosted four conferences: 1984, 1988, 1995 and 2003. The overwhelming
success of these conferences bears witness to the society's ability
to put together the best speakers on subjects of great interest to
the Jewish genealogical community and combine it with the fabulous
resources of the Washington, DC area. The IAJGS Conference in 2011
will meet the same high standards and will surely be worthwhile
attending.

See you in DC in 2011!

Most sincerely,
Anne Feder Lee
IAJGS President
Honolulu, HI
FederLee@msn.com

and

Marlene Katz Bishow
President
Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington
www.jewishgen.org/jgsgw


ordered records- will it be in Polish or German? #galicia

Michael Moritz <nym1231@...>
 

Yesterday, I ordered records >from the Archives in Warsaw of two
birth certificates and one death certificate >from the town of
Zborow (Zboriv/Zborov) in modern-day Ukraine. The three records
were >from the years 1878, 1887, and 1904. Will these records be
written in German or Polish?

Michael Moritz
East Rockaway, NY
nym1231@aol.com


LDS films update #galicia

Suzan & Ron Wynne <srwynne@...>
 

Pam's information was extremely helpful. I had not been aware of
Nechama's List but checked it out. There are some interesting errors
in the LDS catalog. There is a reference to Tuchyn deaths, 1792-1875.
These records are not for Tuchyn but for Tyczyn which was in the
Rzeszow district in Western Galicia. Alexander Dunai explored these
records for me some years ago. I thought LDS would have corrected the
catalog by now. The early death records are sparse, essentially just
listing the date and the age of the individual.

Just yesterday, Mark Jacobson told those subscribing to the
Boryslaw/Drohobycz digest that the films marked Sambor in the
official catalog include, not Sambor, but Drohobycz records, except
for Sambor marriages 1859-1876. I guess that's bad news for those
interested in Sambor.

Nechama's List is amazing but be prepared for a huge file!

Suzan Wynne
Kensington, MD


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia ordered records- will it be in Polish or German? #galicia

Michael Moritz <nym1231@...>
 

Yesterday, I ordered records >from the Archives in Warsaw of two
birth certificates and one death certificate >from the town of
Zborow (Zboriv/Zborov) in modern-day Ukraine. The three records
were >from the years 1878, 1887, and 1904. Will these records be
written in German or Polish?

Michael Moritz
East Rockaway, NY
nym1231@aol.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia LDS films update #galicia

Suzan & Ron Wynne <srwynne@...>
 

Pam's information was extremely helpful. I had not been aware of
Nechama's List but checked it out. There are some interesting errors
in the LDS catalog. There is a reference to Tuchyn deaths, 1792-1875.
These records are not for Tuchyn but for Tyczyn which was in the
Rzeszow district in Western Galicia. Alexander Dunai explored these
records for me some years ago. I thought LDS would have corrected the
catalog by now. The early death records are sparse, essentially just
listing the date and the age of the individual.

Just yesterday, Mark Jacobson told those subscribing to the
Boryslaw/Drohobycz digest that the films marked Sambor in the
official catalog include, not Sambor, but Drohobycz records, except
for Sambor marriages 1859-1876. I guess that's bad news for those
interested in Sambor.

Nechama's List is amazing but be prepared for a huge file!

Suzan Wynne
Kensington, MD


XYZ meaning Theresienstadt #germany

Joan Krieger <kriegz@...>
 

Would anyone know what it meant when your papers were stamped"XYZ" I
recently found some documentation about a cousin. She was later killed
"On October 25, they take her to the Small Fortress in Terezín
[Theresienstadt]. In her file in the Pankrac records is the following
notation: "Preparation of treason - illegal KSC." And then: Jude? (Jew?).
The later ominous XYZ stamp in the main record book of prisoners is missing.. "

Thanks for the help Joan Krieger NY <kriegz@optonline.net>


German SIG #Germany XYZ meaning Theresienstadt #germany

Joan Krieger <kriegz@...>
 

Would anyone know what it meant when your papers were stamped"XYZ" I
recently found some documentation about a cousin. She was later killed
"On October 25, they take her to the Small Fortress in Terezín
[Theresienstadt]. In her file in the Pankrac records is the following
notation: "Preparation of treason - illegal KSC." And then: Jude? (Jew?).
The later ominous XYZ stamp in the main record book of prisoners is missing.. "

Thanks for the help Joan Krieger NY <kriegz@optonline.net>