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Re: Mt. Carmel cemetery records for Joachim WILLHEIM #general

Barbara Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

Judy,

He is at Mt Carmel: They reversed the first and last names -- in addition
to spelling Joachim with an N! I found him by searching only by month and
year (June 1920).

JOACHIN, Willheim 1-E-18-14-4 CARMEL GROUNDS #4 1/4/1920

According to their online datebase
(http://www.mountcarmelcemetery.com/search.asp), he is in Section 1, Block E,
Map 18, Line 14, Grave 4 in the Carmel Grounds #4 area. However, I would
verify the location with the cemetery.

Barbara Mannlein
Tucson

On Jun 25, 2013, at 9:32 AM, Judy Stonefield wrote:
My grandfather, Joachim WILLHEIM, died on January 4, 1920 and was buried
two days later at Mt. Carmel Cemetery, according to his death certificate
issued by New York State. I have called the cemetery and they cannot find
any record of his burial (even using other spellings of his name). I am
planning a trip to N.Y.C. in September and would like to visit his gravesite,
but wonder if there is any way to check the original records at the cemetery
before my trip.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Mt. Carmel cemetery records for Joachim WILLHEIM #general

Barbara Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

Judy,

He is at Mt Carmel: They reversed the first and last names -- in addition
to spelling Joachim with an N! I found him by searching only by month and
year (June 1920).

JOACHIN, Willheim 1-E-18-14-4 CARMEL GROUNDS #4 1/4/1920

According to their online datebase
(http://www.mountcarmelcemetery.com/search.asp), he is in Section 1, Block E,
Map 18, Line 14, Grave 4 in the Carmel Grounds #4 area. However, I would
verify the location with the cemetery.

Barbara Mannlein
Tucson

On Jun 25, 2013, at 9:32 AM, Judy Stonefield wrote:
My grandfather, Joachim WILLHEIM, died on January 4, 1920 and was buried
two days later at Mt. Carmel Cemetery, according to his death certificate
issued by New York State. I have called the cemetery and they cannot find
any record of his burial (even using other spellings of his name). I am
planning a trip to N.Y.C. in September and would like to visit his gravesite,
but wonder if there is any way to check the original records at the cemetery
before my trip.


another french PDF #general

Lin <lin2@...>
 

Hi Friends,
I have another PDF document in old time (I think) French handwriting. It is
the birth certificate of my great-great Grandmother Elisabeth SCHWEIZER >from
Dernau Germany.

I am trying to make out anything at all and it appears to me though I've seen
her first and last names spelled different ways that there is no 't" in
Schweizer (which is not necessary in German) and that Elisabethe has an "e " at
the end. Does anyone have the time and patience for a complete translation.
I'd also like any notes and spellings >from the document.

Elisabeth was born in 1809 according to her marriage certificate but I see a
17 something date that is hard to read in the corner margin 1753 maybe. Maybe
some edict was written then. I'd love to have a translation if anyone has time.

Thanks so much,
Lin Herz


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen another french PDF #general

Lin <lin2@...>
 

Hi Friends,
I have another PDF document in old time (I think) French handwriting. It is
the birth certificate of my great-great Grandmother Elisabeth SCHWEIZER >from
Dernau Germany.

I am trying to make out anything at all and it appears to me though I've seen
her first and last names spelled different ways that there is no 't" in
Schweizer (which is not necessary in German) and that Elisabethe has an "e " at
the end. Does anyone have the time and patience for a complete translation.
I'd also like any notes and spellings >from the document.

Elisabeth was born in 1809 according to her marriage certificate but I see a
17 something date that is hard to read in the corner margin 1753 maybe. Maybe
some edict was written then. I'd love to have a translation if anyone has time.

Thanks so much,
Lin Herz


Research in Israel: Sabina SCHORR of Ramat Gan: now recently deceased #general

Joyaa Antares
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

In late March I wrote to the list asking how to research for family members
in Israel. I received some wonderful responses, and posted the key points
to this list. By virtue of a very kind Genner I was put in contact with my
late father's last surviving first cousin, Sabina Schorr, aged 90. In April
Sabina and I had a brief, very excited telephone conversation laying plans
to meet up when I visit Israel in July: the branches of the family had not
had contact since the 1940s!

For the last two weeks I have been trying to contact Sabina to firm up
details of our meeting but failed. Yesterday, with the help of another kind
member of this list I learned that Sabina died last month. AAAAGH! We were
so looking forward to meeting one another, but clearly it is not to be.
**Nevertheless**, my plans to visit Israel are set and I would very much like to
make contact with someone who knew her. Can you help in one of the following ways:

1. Sabina is buried at Kiryat Shaul Cemetery (location 50-48-3). Her funeral
would have been last month, May, so presumably someone will have organised a
funeral service and people will have attended to pay respects. Who were the
funeral directors? Will the cemetery know? Can someone telephone on my behalf?
Somebody involved in the process will surely have known Sabina.
2. Sabina lived in Hibat Tsiyon, in Ramat Gan. (If you email me I will send
you the street number). If you are based close by or know someone who is,
would you (or they) be able to find out >from her neighbours the contact
details of someone who knew her best? There has to be someone whom I may be
able to meet (I am happy to travel to meet them) and learn about the cousin I
never knew. (Perhaps her family photographs still survive ... she died only a
few weeks ago!).

One other point - Sabina has one son, but unfortunately he is he and his
mother were estranged and, putting it mildly, he does not appear interested
in contact.

Dear Genners - thank you for any help you can give. Please reply privately -
and my sincere thanks to the Moderator for posting this message.
Other than this list I cannot think of a way that I will learn about my
recently deceased relative.

Warmly, Joyaa Antares
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
www.zausmerforest.com

Researching: ZAUSMER, ZOUSMER, ZESMER, CHOUSMER, CHAUSMER, TSOUZMER etc,
MARCUS, DAVIDOFF in Polangen, Kretinga, Darbenai, Libau, Riga, Memel
SCHORR, SCHERZER, JURIS and DAWID in Buckaczowce, Ottynia, Nadworna, & Kolomyya
ZUNDER in Buckaczowce and Ivano-Frankivsk; KEMPNER in Berlin, Lodz, Warszawa &
London; LEVY, BADER in Berlin, Schwerin, Friedeberg;
and GERSON, SIDERSKY in Gumbinnen, Koenigsberg, Danzig, Berlin and South Africa

Earlier Messages:
Tuesday, April 09, 2013 8:38 PM
Subject: How to research in Israel: Alec Schorr: REPORT on RESULTS ...
A number of List members have asked me how I got on with my recent enquiry -
"How to do research in Israel?" so here are the wonderful results: ....
Monday, March 25, 2013 1:26 PM
Subject: How to research in Israel: Alec Schorr, owned Kasba Restaruant, Tel
Aviv
Please can you help me with general or specific advice as to how to research
a late cousin in Israel.

Where do I start to look? Whom in Israel might I ask?

My second cousin, Alec Schorr, lived/worked at 19 Yona Hanavi St, Tel Aviv,
owning or running a restaurant called "Kasba" ( or Kasbah or similar). He
is thought to have died in 1977.

He may have had a wife called Sabina. I don't know whether he had children,
whom may or may not still be alive...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Research in Israel: Sabina SCHORR of Ramat Gan: now recently deceased #general

Joyaa Antares
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

In late March I wrote to the list asking how to research for family members
in Israel. I received some wonderful responses, and posted the key points
to this list. By virtue of a very kind Genner I was put in contact with my
late father's last surviving first cousin, Sabina Schorr, aged 90. In April
Sabina and I had a brief, very excited telephone conversation laying plans
to meet up when I visit Israel in July: the branches of the family had not
had contact since the 1940s!

For the last two weeks I have been trying to contact Sabina to firm up
details of our meeting but failed. Yesterday, with the help of another kind
member of this list I learned that Sabina died last month. AAAAGH! We were
so looking forward to meeting one another, but clearly it is not to be.
**Nevertheless**, my plans to visit Israel are set and I would very much like to
make contact with someone who knew her. Can you help in one of the following ways:

1. Sabina is buried at Kiryat Shaul Cemetery (location 50-48-3). Her funeral
would have been last month, May, so presumably someone will have organised a
funeral service and people will have attended to pay respects. Who were the
funeral directors? Will the cemetery know? Can someone telephone on my behalf?
Somebody involved in the process will surely have known Sabina.
2. Sabina lived in Hibat Tsiyon, in Ramat Gan. (If you email me I will send
you the street number). If you are based close by or know someone who is,
would you (or they) be able to find out >from her neighbours the contact
details of someone who knew her best? There has to be someone whom I may be
able to meet (I am happy to travel to meet them) and learn about the cousin I
never knew. (Perhaps her family photographs still survive ... she died only a
few weeks ago!).

One other point - Sabina has one son, but unfortunately he is he and his
mother were estranged and, putting it mildly, he does not appear interested
in contact.

Dear Genners - thank you for any help you can give. Please reply privately -
and my sincere thanks to the Moderator for posting this message.
Other than this list I cannot think of a way that I will learn about my
recently deceased relative.

Warmly, Joyaa Antares
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
www.zausmerforest.com

Researching: ZAUSMER, ZOUSMER, ZESMER, CHOUSMER, CHAUSMER, TSOUZMER etc,
MARCUS, DAVIDOFF in Polangen, Kretinga, Darbenai, Libau, Riga, Memel
SCHORR, SCHERZER, JURIS and DAWID in Buckaczowce, Ottynia, Nadworna, & Kolomyya
ZUNDER in Buckaczowce and Ivano-Frankivsk; KEMPNER in Berlin, Lodz, Warszawa &
London; LEVY, BADER in Berlin, Schwerin, Friedeberg;
and GERSON, SIDERSKY in Gumbinnen, Koenigsberg, Danzig, Berlin and South Africa

Earlier Messages:
Tuesday, April 09, 2013 8:38 PM
Subject: How to research in Israel: Alec Schorr: REPORT on RESULTS ...
A number of List members have asked me how I got on with my recent enquiry -
"How to do research in Israel?" so here are the wonderful results: ....
Monday, March 25, 2013 1:26 PM
Subject: How to research in Israel: Alec Schorr, owned Kasba Restaruant, Tel
Aviv
Please can you help me with general or specific advice as to how to research
a late cousin in Israel.

Where do I start to look? Whom in Israel might I ask?

My second cousin, Alec Schorr, lived/worked at 19 Yona Hanavi St, Tel Aviv,
owning or running a restaurant called "Kasba" ( or Kasbah or similar). He
is thought to have died in 1977.

He may have had a wife called Sabina. I don't know whether he had children,
whom may or may not still be alive...


Re: Thank you for "Fuhrmann" #galicia

Brian Lehman <blrrcn@...>
 

I'd like to thank the many kind folks who replied to my inquiry about
what Fuhrmann translates to. All replied similarly, Fuhrmann is a
carriage driver, drawn by a horse.

Interesting that my family for 3 generations were Fuhrman's, and
several children married someone whose parents were also Fuhrman's.

Thanks again to all,
take care,
Brian Lehman
New York

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


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Thank you for "Fuhrmann" #galicia

Brian Lehman <blrrcn@...>
 

I'd like to thank the many kind folks who replied to my inquiry about
what Fuhrmann translates to. All replied similarly, Fuhrmann is a
carriage driver, drawn by a horse.

Interesting that my family for 3 generations were Fuhrman's, and
several children married someone whose parents were also Fuhrman's.

Thanks again to all,
take care,
Brian Lehman
New York

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


Re: Town of Sabha? #ukraine

Doug Cohen
 

According to Where Once We Walked there is a town called Shabo, also known
as Shaba, Saba, or Szaba, 46 km SW of Odesa at coordinates 46o08'/30o23'
which had some Jews at one time.

WOWW also lists Shostka with a prewar Jewish pop. of 467, 73 km. NNE of
Konotop at 51o52'/33o29'.

Doug Cohen
Lexington, MA

-----Original Message-----
Michael Waas [mailto:mwaas1989@gmail.com], wrote in part.....


Is anyone aware of a town called Sabha in Ukraine? My great-great
grandmother's brother Emanuel Mendel Rubin listed that town as his residence
when he arrived in NY in 1902. I know the family came >from the Kiev region
and his step-mother on that same manifest lists Shostka as her place of
residence.....


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: Town of Sabha? #ukraine

Doug Cohen
 

According to Where Once We Walked there is a town called Shabo, also known
as Shaba, Saba, or Szaba, 46 km SW of Odesa at coordinates 46o08'/30o23'
which had some Jews at one time.

WOWW also lists Shostka with a prewar Jewish pop. of 467, 73 km. NNE of
Konotop at 51o52'/33o29'.

Doug Cohen
Lexington, MA

-----Original Message-----
Michael Waas [mailto:mwaas1989@gmail.com], wrote in part.....


Is anyone aware of a town called Sabha in Ukraine? My great-great
grandmother's brother Emanuel Mendel Rubin listed that town as his residence
when he arrived in NY in 1902. I know the family came >from the Kiev region
and his step-mother on that same manifest lists Shostka as her place of
residence.....


ViewMate Translation Request - Polish #ukraine

mille328@...
 

Hello. I'm requesting a direct translation of the following Polish
documents.
They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27798

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27799

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27800

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27801


Please note that the first 3 addresses refer to portions of 1 physical
document. The document is double-sided and was too long to have it all
scanned at once. The 4th address is a separate document altogether.


Please respond using the online ViewMate form. Thank you so very much
for your help.


Bernard Miller


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine ViewMate Translation Request - Polish #ukraine

mille328@...
 

Hello. I'm requesting a direct translation of the following Polish
documents.
They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27798

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27799

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27800

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM27801


Please note that the first 3 addresses refer to portions of 1 physical
document. The document is double-sided and was too long to have it all
scanned at once. The 4th address is a separate document altogether.


Please respond using the online ViewMate form. Thank you so very much
for your help.


Bernard Miller


Town of Sabha? #ukraine

Michael Waas
 

Hi,

Is anyone aware of a town called Sabha in Ukraine? My great-great
grandmother's brother Emanuel Mendel Rubin listed that town as his
residence when he arrived in NY in 1902. I know the family came from
the Kiev region and his step-mother on that same manifest lists
Shostka as her place of residence. If someone is interested, I can
provide an image of the manifest so they can see the name there.

Best,

Michael Waas
Akko, Israel


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Town of Sabha? #ukraine

Michael Waas
 

Hi,

Is anyone aware of a town called Sabha in Ukraine? My great-great
grandmother's brother Emanuel Mendel Rubin listed that town as his
residence when he arrived in NY in 1902. I know the family came from
the Kiev region and his step-mother on that same manifest lists
Shostka as her place of residence. If someone is interested, I can
provide an image of the manifest so they can see the name there.

Best,

Michael Waas
Akko, Israel


Descendants of Rabbi Akiba Eiger in Minsk #belarus

Norbert Weinberg <norofra@...>
 

I am researching the ancestry of my grandmother, Helena Iger( a descendent
of Rabbi Akiba Eger). She was born in Podvolochisk( or Podwolocyska) c.
1898,when it was on the border between Austrian Galicia and Russia( today,
Ukraine, Ternopil region).Her siblings were Jozef,b.1887,Yaakov, b
1891,Dora, and Julian. There is a tombstone listed in the cemetery at
Podvolochisk, which is posted on JOWBR, for Nisan Iguer ( other family
members have used Igier or Iger, as well as Eger or Eiger) which would have
been her father, Nisan ( Nathan) , married to a Chaja Sas.
As I can tell, based on the English version of the Eger descendant book, he
was born in 1857, son of Shmuel Eger and Clara Cohen, and I surmise that he
was born in Minsk because the record indicates that his father died in
Minsk.
In turn, Shmuel Eger was born in Posen,Prussia, c. 1818, son of the noted
Rabbi Akiva Eger. It is my assumption that some business purpose might have
brought Shmuel to Minsk and that in turn, Nisan, his son, went to
Podvolochisk when it was the meeting point of the railroad lines connecting
the Austrian and Russian Empires commercially, c. 1880's.
I would appreciate if any members have information on what records I can
find that would provide information on Shmuel or Nisan Eger( Iger, Iguer)-
in particular, birth, marriage or burial records in Minsk.
Thank you for any help.


Rabbi Dr. Norbert Weinberg
email: norofra@sbcglobal.net


Reasearching Family Records of WEINBERG( Dolyna/Ukraine,
Vienna/Austria,Frankfurt AM, Germany),ZARWANITZER ( Dolyna/Ukraine),IGER(
Lviv, Podwolochisk/Ukraine)GOTTDENKER ( Dolyna,Lviv, Bolekhiv/Ukraine).


Belarus SIG #Belarus Descendants of Rabbi Akiba Eiger in Minsk #belarus

Norbert Weinberg <norofra@...>
 

I am researching the ancestry of my grandmother, Helena Iger( a descendent
of Rabbi Akiba Eger). She was born in Podvolochisk( or Podwolocyska) c.
1898,when it was on the border between Austrian Galicia and Russia( today,
Ukraine, Ternopil region).Her siblings were Jozef,b.1887,Yaakov, b
1891,Dora, and Julian. There is a tombstone listed in the cemetery at
Podvolochisk, which is posted on JOWBR, for Nisan Iguer ( other family
members have used Igier or Iger, as well as Eger or Eiger) which would have
been her father, Nisan ( Nathan) , married to a Chaja Sas.
As I can tell, based on the English version of the Eger descendant book, he
was born in 1857, son of Shmuel Eger and Clara Cohen, and I surmise that he
was born in Minsk because the record indicates that his father died in
Minsk.
In turn, Shmuel Eger was born in Posen,Prussia, c. 1818, son of the noted
Rabbi Akiva Eger. It is my assumption that some business purpose might have
brought Shmuel to Minsk and that in turn, Nisan, his son, went to
Podvolochisk when it was the meeting point of the railroad lines connecting
the Austrian and Russian Empires commercially, c. 1880's.
I would appreciate if any members have information on what records I can
find that would provide information on Shmuel or Nisan Eger( Iger, Iguer)-
in particular, birth, marriage or burial records in Minsk.
Thank you for any help.


Rabbi Dr. Norbert Weinberg
email: norofra@sbcglobal.net


Reasearching Family Records of WEINBERG( Dolyna/Ukraine,
Vienna/Austria,Frankfurt AM, Germany),ZARWANITZER ( Dolyna/Ukraine),IGER(
Lviv, Podwolochisk/Ukraine)GOTTDENKER ( Dolyna,Lviv, Bolekhiv/Ukraine).


Disna District 1888 Family List #belarus

Howard Margol
 

About 10 days ago, I posted a message about the newly translated Disna
District 1888 Family list. I receive an overwhelming response and a number
of researchers ended up qualifying and received a copy of the entire list.
Some researchers were not willing to look at the list without first knowing
if their ancestral surname was included in the FL. I now have an alphabetical
list of the surnames and will be glad to send it to anyone who contacts me
directly and not to the digest.

Following is a message I received >from one of the researchers who received
the list, and my response. I think you will find it very interesting as
well as helpful in your own research.

"A question please. For one of the entries in the data base column L says
registered in Luzhki JC, lived in the tavern >from 1860 and column Q says
Lozino tavern, Plissa area. Is JC Jewish Community? My SHENKMAN
relatives lived in Luzhki and, I believe, were associated with the
shenk there.
Does this entry suggest that they were registered in Luzhki but lived in
an area called Lozino Tavern near Plissa? Does it mean they actually
lived in a building that was a tavern?"

My response.

You have figured it out correctly. JC is the abbreviation for Jewish
Community.

Your ancestor lived in the Lozino Tavern, near Plissa >from 1860 to at
least 1888. He was registered in the Luzhki Jewish Community which is an
indication he may have been born there.
A Jewish Tavern was kosher and was actually a small hotel with a bar
selling liquor. Some Jews lived in the Tavern for months, or even years.
Some Jews, particularly traders who traveled, may have spent one or two nights
there. The main customers for the liquor, were the Gentiles who lived in
the area.

Since your ancestor lived in the Tavern for at least 28 years, he may have
been an employee or possibly the owner. If you would like the know the
exact location of Plissa in Belarus, go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/Search.asp

When Plissa appears in the results, hold your cursor over the Plissa and
additional information will appear.

This record is an example of the great importance of the Disna District
1888 Family LIst. It does not include the large towns or villages in the

district but only includes the tiny villages, Taverns, Estates, Mills, etc.

Records of ancestors can be found on the list who are not listed on the major
revision or family lists.

Howard Margol


Belarus SIG #Belarus Disna District 1888 Family List #belarus

Howard Margol
 

About 10 days ago, I posted a message about the newly translated Disna
District 1888 Family list. I receive an overwhelming response and a number
of researchers ended up qualifying and received a copy of the entire list.
Some researchers were not willing to look at the list without first knowing
if their ancestral surname was included in the FL. I now have an alphabetical
list of the surnames and will be glad to send it to anyone who contacts me
directly and not to the digest.

Following is a message I received >from one of the researchers who received
the list, and my response. I think you will find it very interesting as
well as helpful in your own research.

"A question please. For one of the entries in the data base column L says
registered in Luzhki JC, lived in the tavern >from 1860 and column Q says
Lozino tavern, Plissa area. Is JC Jewish Community? My SHENKMAN
relatives lived in Luzhki and, I believe, were associated with the
shenk there.
Does this entry suggest that they were registered in Luzhki but lived in
an area called Lozino Tavern near Plissa? Does it mean they actually
lived in a building that was a tavern?"

My response.

You have figured it out correctly. JC is the abbreviation for Jewish
Community.

Your ancestor lived in the Lozino Tavern, near Plissa >from 1860 to at
least 1888. He was registered in the Luzhki Jewish Community which is an
indication he may have been born there.
A Jewish Tavern was kosher and was actually a small hotel with a bar
selling liquor. Some Jews lived in the Tavern for months, or even years.
Some Jews, particularly traders who traveled, may have spent one or two nights
there. The main customers for the liquor, were the Gentiles who lived in
the area.

Since your ancestor lived in the Tavern for at least 28 years, he may have
been an employee or possibly the owner. If you would like the know the
exact location of Plissa in Belarus, go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/Search.asp

When Plissa appears in the results, hold your cursor over the Plissa and
additional information will appear.

This record is an example of the great importance of the Disna District
1888 Family LIst. It does not include the large towns or villages in the

district but only includes the tiny villages, Taverns, Estates, Mills, etc.

Records of ancestors can be found on the list who are not listed on the major
revision or family lists.

Howard Margol


Looking for birthplace of Jeremias ROSENZWEIG b 1758 #general

Charlie Rose <chrose1@...>
 

Looking for birthplace of Jeremias ROSENZWEIG b 1758

Jeremias ROSENZWEIG b 1758, lived most of his life in Echte, Niedersachsen,
Germany in 1828. He is listed as having been born in Gron or Gurne. I have
assumed that his birthplace was near Echte, and have called and emailed many
places near Echte, with no results.

A relative in Germany has found that some of our mutual ancestors were
listed as having come >from Poland. I spent many hours following up this
information on JewishGen, but have still not been able to learn anything
about Jeremias ROSENZWEIG's birthplace.

Jeremias ROSENZWEIG was married to C M VOGEL, b 1775. They had Juda b 16
Dec 1799, David b Mar 1807, Levi b 3 May 1810, Meyer b Jul 1816, Elise b Dec
1817, Israel b, Apr 1819 and finally my GGF Frederich William Jeremias
ROSENZWEIG b 11 Mar 1820.

I would be very grateful for any guidance regarding potential birthplaces
for Jeremias ROSENZWEIG. Are there potential sources that I seem to have
overlooked?

Many thanks for your help.

Charlie Rose
Newtown PA USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for birthplace of Jeremias ROSENZWEIG b 1758 #general

Charlie Rose <chrose1@...>
 

Looking for birthplace of Jeremias ROSENZWEIG b 1758

Jeremias ROSENZWEIG b 1758, lived most of his life in Echte, Niedersachsen,
Germany in 1828. He is listed as having been born in Gron or Gurne. I have
assumed that his birthplace was near Echte, and have called and emailed many
places near Echte, with no results.

A relative in Germany has found that some of our mutual ancestors were
listed as having come >from Poland. I spent many hours following up this
information on JewishGen, but have still not been able to learn anything
about Jeremias ROSENZWEIG's birthplace.

Jeremias ROSENZWEIG was married to C M VOGEL, b 1775. They had Juda b 16
Dec 1799, David b Mar 1807, Levi b 3 May 1810, Meyer b Jul 1816, Elise b Dec
1817, Israel b, Apr 1819 and finally my GGF Frederich William Jeremias
ROSENZWEIG b 11 Mar 1820.

I would be very grateful for any guidance regarding potential birthplaces
for Jeremias ROSENZWEIG. Are there potential sources that I seem to have
overlooked?

Many thanks for your help.

Charlie Rose
Newtown PA USA

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