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2013 Candidate Statements #lithuania

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

The statements and bios of the candidates recommended by the 2013 Nominating
Task Force have been posted to the Members Only website on the LitvakSIG
Business page.

The statements of any additional candidates who are nominated during the
current Open Nominations period which ends on July 15, will be posted to the
website as they are received.

Eden Joachim
President


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania 2013 Candidate Statements #lithuania

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

The statements and bios of the candidates recommended by the 2013 Nominating
Task Force have been posted to the Members Only website on the LitvakSIG
Business page.

The statements of any additional candidates who are nominated during the
current Open Nominations period which ends on July 15, will be posted to the
website as they are received.

Eden Joachim
President


Internal Passport Records Added to the Database #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

3,984 internal passport records, 1919-1940, have been added to the All
Lithuania Database (ALD) and are now available to researchers.

The records are for Jews who applied for their internal passport in the
following places - Panevezys, Siauliai District, Klaipeda, and the city of
Vilnius. A wealth of information is included in these records.

Even if your ancestor did not live in either of those places, it is a good
idea to do a surname search of the database anyway. In many cases, the
place where the person was born or previously lived, is included. This is
particular true in the case of those who applied for their internal
passport in Vilnius. A large percentage of those individuals came >from
somewhere else.

A large percentage of the individual files include other documents. If you
find a record of your ancestor, you can contact the archive and obtain a
copy of every page in every document, including photographs.

For a full explanation of the internal passport project; to see samples of
the various documents in the files; and for instructions on contacting the
archive; please go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Lithuania/InternalPassports.htm

As of June 30, 2013, a total of 116,191 internal passport records have
been translated and, 87,403 of those records are included in the
searchable database. There is an 18 month delay between the date the
records are translated and the date they are included in the database.

Following is a complete list of all of the internal passport records that
have been translated, including the records that have been translated but=
not added to the database as yet.


Following is a complete list of all of the internal passport records that
have been translated, including the records that have been translated but
not added to the database as yet.

Total Internal Passport Records translated.
Alytus – 5,393 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Andriejavas & Kuliai (Telsiai) – 153 records(Completed - on Telsiai DRG
web site)
Birzai (City) – 2,739 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
( Birzai Uyezd) Papilys, Krincinas, Daujenai, Birzai District – 120
records – (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
(Birzai Uyezd) Budbergis, Pumpenai, Zeimelis– 179 records (Completed - on
Panevezys DRG web site)
(Birzai Uyezd)-Salociai -Vaskai-256 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG
web site)
(Birzai Uyezd)-Joniskelis -170 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
(Birzai Uyezd) Nemunelio Radviliskis – 190 records (Completed - on
Panevezys DRG web site)
Butrimonys (Trakai) – 15 records (Completed – on Trakai DRG web site)
Eisiskes –350 records (Completed - on Lida DRG web site)
Gargzdai (Telsiai) 847 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Imbradas (Zarasai) 44 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Jonava – 840 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Jurbarkas – 968 records (in process - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Kartena & Darbenai–517 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kaunas (City) – 27,656 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Kaunas Uyezd - 3,846 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Kedainiai – 311 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Klaipeda – 915 records (Completed - on Klaipeda DRG web site)
Kretinga District – 131 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kretinga (City) – 740 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kudirkos Naumiestis (Suwalki) – 8 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web
site)
Linkuva (Panevezys) 437 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Marijampole – 4,238 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Mazeikiai – 15 records (Completed - available on Siauliai DRG web site)
Mosedis (Telsiai) 138 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Naujamiestis – 261 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Palanga (Telsiai) – 298 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Panevezys – 12,699 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Pasvalys (Birzai Uyezd) – 214 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Plateliai (Telsiai) 114 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Plunge (Telsiai) 108 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Pumpenai (Birzai Uyezd) – 245 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Pusalotas (Birzai Uyezd) – 178 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Raseiniai Uyezd – 49 records (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Rokiskis – 192 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Rozalimas – 67 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Salakas (Zarasai) 581 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Salantai (Telsiai) 499 records - (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Seinai District – (includes Kapciamiestis & Lazdijai) - 453 records
(Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Siauliai District – 16,147 records (in progress) (on Siauliai DRG web
site)
Skuodas (Telsiai) – 954 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Taurage District – 1,035 records (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Telsiai District – 1,623 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Trakai District – 1,421 records (Completed - on Trakai DRG web site)
Troskunai – 505 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Ukmerge – 6,015 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Utena District - 5,686 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Vabalninkas (Birzai Uyezd) – 488 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Vandziogala and surrounding area – 694 records (Completed- on Kaunas DRG
web site)
Veivirzenai (Raseiniai) – 212 lines (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Vilkaviskis & Kybartai – 19 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Vilnius –9,079 records (IN PROGRESS)
Zarasai – 3,203 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Zeizmariai (Trakai) 1,311 records (Completed - on Trakai DRG web site)

The major need at this time is for contributions to be made to Litvak SIG
designated for Vilnius internal passports. Go to www.litvaksig.org/contribute
Scroll down to Special Projects and select internal passports. In the
NOTE block, key in Vilnius. A $100 contribution is required. In return, you
will receive all of the translated Vilnius I.P. records as well as future
translations.

Howard Margol
Founder, coordinator, Lithuania Internal Passport Project, 1919-1940


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Internal Passport Records Added to the Database #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

3,984 internal passport records, 1919-1940, have been added to the All
Lithuania Database (ALD) and are now available to researchers.

The records are for Jews who applied for their internal passport in the
following places - Panevezys, Siauliai District, Klaipeda, and the city of
Vilnius. A wealth of information is included in these records.

Even if your ancestor did not live in either of those places, it is a good
idea to do a surname search of the database anyway. In many cases, the
place where the person was born or previously lived, is included. This is
particular true in the case of those who applied for their internal
passport in Vilnius. A large percentage of those individuals came >from
somewhere else.

A large percentage of the individual files include other documents. If you
find a record of your ancestor, you can contact the archive and obtain a
copy of every page in every document, including photographs.

For a full explanation of the internal passport project; to see samples of
the various documents in the files; and for instructions on contacting the
archive; please go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Lithuania/InternalPassports.htm

As of June 30, 2013, a total of 116,191 internal passport records have
been translated and, 87,403 of those records are included in the
searchable database. There is an 18 month delay between the date the
records are translated and the date they are included in the database.

Following is a complete list of all of the internal passport records that
have been translated, including the records that have been translated but=
not added to the database as yet.


Following is a complete list of all of the internal passport records that
have been translated, including the records that have been translated but
not added to the database as yet.

Total Internal Passport Records translated.
Alytus – 5,393 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Andriejavas & Kuliai (Telsiai) – 153 records(Completed - on Telsiai DRG
web site)
Birzai (City) – 2,739 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
( Birzai Uyezd) Papilys, Krincinas, Daujenai, Birzai District – 120
records – (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
(Birzai Uyezd) Budbergis, Pumpenai, Zeimelis– 179 records (Completed - on
Panevezys DRG web site)
(Birzai Uyezd)-Salociai -Vaskai-256 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG
web site)
(Birzai Uyezd)-Joniskelis -170 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
(Birzai Uyezd) Nemunelio Radviliskis – 190 records (Completed - on
Panevezys DRG web site)
Butrimonys (Trakai) – 15 records (Completed – on Trakai DRG web site)
Eisiskes –350 records (Completed - on Lida DRG web site)
Gargzdai (Telsiai) 847 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Imbradas (Zarasai) 44 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Jonava – 840 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Jurbarkas – 968 records (in process - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Kartena & Darbenai–517 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kaunas (City) – 27,656 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Kaunas Uyezd - 3,846 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Kedainiai – 311 records (Completed - on Kaunas DRG web site)
Klaipeda – 915 records (Completed - on Klaipeda DRG web site)
Kretinga District – 131 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kretinga (City) – 740 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Kudirkos Naumiestis (Suwalki) – 8 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web
site)
Linkuva (Panevezys) 437 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Marijampole – 4,238 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Mazeikiai – 15 records (Completed - available on Siauliai DRG web site)
Mosedis (Telsiai) 138 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Naujamiestis – 261 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Palanga (Telsiai) – 298 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Panevezys – 12,699 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Pasvalys (Birzai Uyezd) – 214 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Plateliai (Telsiai) 114 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Plunge (Telsiai) 108 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Pumpenai (Birzai Uyezd) – 245 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Pusalotas (Birzai Uyezd) – 178 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Raseiniai Uyezd – 49 records (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Rokiskis – 192 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Rozalimas – 67 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web site)
Salakas (Zarasai) 581 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Salantai (Telsiai) 499 records - (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Seinai District – (includes Kapciamiestis & Lazdijai) - 453 records
(Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Siauliai District – 16,147 records (in progress) (on Siauliai DRG web
site)
Skuodas (Telsiai) – 954 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Taurage District – 1,035 records (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Telsiai District – 1,623 records (Completed - on Telsiai DRG web site)
Trakai District – 1,421 records (Completed - on Trakai DRG web site)
Troskunai – 505 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Ukmerge – 6,015 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Utena District - 5,686 records (Completed - on Ukmerge DRG web site)
Vabalninkas (Birzai Uyezd) – 488 records (Completed - on Panevezys DRG web
site)
Vandziogala and surrounding area – 694 records (Completed- on Kaunas DRG
web site)
Veivirzenai (Raseiniai) – 212 lines (Completed - on Raseiniai DRG web site)
Vilkaviskis & Kybartai – 19 records (Completed - on Suwalki DRG web site)
Vilnius –9,079 records (IN PROGRESS)
Zarasai – 3,203 records (Completed-on Zarasai DRG web site)
Zeizmariai (Trakai) 1,311 records (Completed - on Trakai DRG web site)

The major need at this time is for contributions to be made to Litvak SIG
designated for Vilnius internal passports. Go to www.litvaksig.org/contribute
Scroll down to Special Projects and select internal passports. In the
NOTE block, key in Vilnius. A $100 contribution is required. In return, you
will receive all of the translated Vilnius I.P. records as well as future
translations.

Howard Margol
Founder, coordinator, Lithuania Internal Passport Project, 1919-1940


Jewish Records Indexing - Poland URL #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

We are pleased to announce that effective immediately,
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland will be exclusively using
the jri-poland.org URL for all the pages on its website.

We recommend you change the bookmarks on all JRI-Poland
pages to insure that you quickly find the pages of interest.

Enter JRI-Poland through the homepage at www.jri-poland.org
if you want to see all current announcements.

The adoption of our own exclusive domain name/URL is an
additional effort to inform the entire Jewish genealogical
community that JRI-Poland is an independent organization
with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising.

"JewishGen.org" should no longer appear in the URL for
any JRI-Poland web pages. However, JRI-Poland continues
to be hosted by JewishGen and run on the JewishGen servers.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the JRI-Poland
web team of Howard Fink, Meira Puterman and Bryan Langer,
and JewishGen system administrator Gary Sandler for the
immense effort they have put in over the last month to make
this shift possible.

JRI-Poland Board member Alan Greenberg also helped with
his technical skills augmented by his knowledge of JRI-Poland
history.

Our appreciation is also extended to JewishGen's managing
director Warren Blatt for his support of this important move.

Stanley Diamond
On behalf of the board of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


JRI Poland #Poland Jewish Records Indexing - Poland URL #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

We are pleased to announce that effective immediately,
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland will be exclusively using
the jri-poland.org URL for all the pages on its website.

We recommend you change the bookmarks on all JRI-Poland
pages to insure that you quickly find the pages of interest.

Enter JRI-Poland through the homepage at www.jri-poland.org
if you want to see all current announcements.

The adoption of our own exclusive domain name/URL is an
additional effort to inform the entire Jewish genealogical
community that JRI-Poland is an independent organization
with its own administration, volunteers and fundraising.

"JewishGen.org" should no longer appear in the URL for
any JRI-Poland web pages. However, JRI-Poland continues
to be hosted by JewishGen and run on the JewishGen servers.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the JRI-Poland
web team of Howard Fink, Meira Puterman and Bryan Langer,
and JewishGen system administrator Gary Sandler for the
immense effort they have put in over the last month to make
this shift possible.

JRI-Poland Board member Alan Greenberg also helped with
his technical skills augmented by his knowledge of JRI-Poland
history.

Our appreciation is also extended to JewishGen's managing
director Warren Blatt for his support of this important move.

Stanley Diamond
On behalf of the board of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Jewish Records Indexing - Poland URL #galicia

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
 

We are pleased to announce that effective immediately, Jewish Records
Indexing - Poland will be exclusively using the jri-poland.org URL for
all the pages on its website.

We recommend you change the bookmarks on all JRI-Poland pages to
insure that you quickly find the pages of interest.

Enter JRI-Poland through the homepage at www.jri-poland.org if you
want to see all current announcements.

The adoption of our own exclusive domain name/URL is an additional
effort to inform the entire Jewish genealogical community that
JRI-Poland is an independent organization with its own administration,
volunteers and fundraising.

"JewishGen.org" should no longer appear in the URL for any JRI-Poland
web pages. However, JRI-Poland continues to be hosted by JewishGen
and run on the JewishGen servers.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the JRI-Poland web
team of Howard Fink, Meira Puterman and Bryan Langer, and
JewishGen system administrator Gary Sandler for the immense effort
they have put in over the last month to make this shift possible.

JRI-Poland Board member Alan Greenberg also helped with his
technical skills augmented by his knowledge of JRI-Poland history.

Our appreciation is also extended to JewishGen's managing director
Warren Blatt for his support of this important move.

Stanley Diamond
On behalf of the board of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Jewish Records Indexing - Poland URL #galicia

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
 

We are pleased to announce that effective immediately, Jewish Records
Indexing - Poland will be exclusively using the jri-poland.org URL for
all the pages on its website.

We recommend you change the bookmarks on all JRI-Poland pages to
insure that you quickly find the pages of interest.

Enter JRI-Poland through the homepage at www.jri-poland.org if you
want to see all current announcements.

The adoption of our own exclusive domain name/URL is an additional
effort to inform the entire Jewish genealogical community that
JRI-Poland is an independent organization with its own administration,
volunteers and fundraising.

"JewishGen.org" should no longer appear in the URL for any JRI-Poland
web pages. However, JRI-Poland continues to be hosted by JewishGen
and run on the JewishGen servers.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank the JRI-Poland web
team of Howard Fink, Meira Puterman and Bryan Langer, and
JewishGen system administrator Gary Sandler for the immense effort
they have put in over the last month to make this shift possible.

JRI-Poland Board member Alan Greenberg also helped with his
technical skills augmented by his knowledge of JRI-Poland history.

Our appreciation is also extended to JewishGen's managing director
Warren Blatt for his support of this important move.

Stanley Diamond
On behalf of the board of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Ukraine Family History Trip, 2013 #galicia

Emily Garber
 

In June of this year I completed a three-week family history journey
to Ukraine. I blogged each day about my experiences and will
continue to write posts and post photographs over the next several
months as I analyze and evaluate my findings.

We visited Galicia (Lviv, Yaremche, Skole, Kolomyya, Ustechko, Torske,
Tovste, and Zaleszczyki), Podolia/Volhynia Gubernia
(Kamanets-Podolsky, Khmelnitsky, Matsevichi, Yurovshchina/Labun,
Polonne, Hritsev, Baranivka, Zhitomyr) and Kiev.

I have aggregated links to all the posts >from and about my trip (in
chronological order) under the tab "Ukraine Trip 2013" on my blog:
http://www.extrayad.blogspot.com

I hope you'll enjoy Ukraine vicariously through my posts.

Emily Garber
Phoenix, AZ
http://www.extrayad.blogspot.com
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/yurovshchina/index.html


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Ukraine Family History Trip, 2013 #galicia

Emily Garber
 

In June of this year I completed a three-week family history journey
to Ukraine. I blogged each day about my experiences and will
continue to write posts and post photographs over the next several
months as I analyze and evaluate my findings.

We visited Galicia (Lviv, Yaremche, Skole, Kolomyya, Ustechko, Torske,
Tovste, and Zaleszczyki), Podolia/Volhynia Gubernia
(Kamanets-Podolsky, Khmelnitsky, Matsevichi, Yurovshchina/Labun,
Polonne, Hritsev, Baranivka, Zhitomyr) and Kiev.

I have aggregated links to all the posts >from and about my trip (in
chronological order) under the tab "Ukraine Trip 2013" on my blog:
http://www.extrayad.blogspot.com

I hope you'll enjoy Ukraine vicariously through my posts.

Emily Garber
Phoenix, AZ
http://www.extrayad.blogspot.com
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/yurovshchina/index.html


Ukraine Family History Trip, 2013 #ukraine

Emily Garber
 

In June of this year I completed a three-week family history journey
to Ukraine. I blogged each day about my experiences and will continue
to write posts and post photographs over the next several months as I
analyze and evaluate my findings.

We visited Galicia (Lviv, Yaremche, Skole, Kolomyya, Ustechko, Torske,
Tovste, and Zaleszczyki), Podolia/Volhynia Gubernia
(Kamanets-Podolsky, Khmelnitsky, Matsevichi, Yurovshchina/Labun,
Polonne, Hritsev, Baranivka, Zhitomyr) and Kiev.

I have aggregated links to all the posts >from and about my trip (in
chronological order) under the tab "Ukraine Trip 2013" on my blog:
http://www.extrayad.blogspot.com

I hope you'll enjoy Ukraine vicariously through my posts.

Emily Garber
Phoenix, AZ
http://www.extrayad.blogspot.com
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/yurovshchina/index.html


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Ukraine Family History Trip, 2013 #ukraine

Emily Garber
 

In June of this year I completed a three-week family history journey
to Ukraine. I blogged each day about my experiences and will continue
to write posts and post photographs over the next several months as I
analyze and evaluate my findings.

We visited Galicia (Lviv, Yaremche, Skole, Kolomyya, Ustechko, Torske,
Tovste, and Zaleszczyki), Podolia/Volhynia Gubernia
(Kamanets-Podolsky, Khmelnitsky, Matsevichi, Yurovshchina/Labun,
Polonne, Hritsev, Baranivka, Zhitomyr) and Kiev.

I have aggregated links to all the posts >from and about my trip (in
chronological order) under the tab "Ukraine Trip 2013" on my blog:
http://www.extrayad.blogspot.com

I hope you'll enjoy Ukraine vicariously through my posts.

Emily Garber
Phoenix, AZ
http://www.extrayad.blogspot.com
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/yurovshchina/index.html


GUTMAN & ROTH(MAN) from Sanislau, Nadasa & Singeorzu de Padure and Ujfeherto area - LDS 642917 #hungary

olivierdzik@...
 

Dear all, I am looking for records on the Gutman & ROTH(MAN) familly from  Sanislau,  Nadasa, Singeorzu
de Padure and Ujfeherto area for the period of time 1852-1895 (there are held in the Hungarian National
Archives >from Budapest) but are referenced by Mormons in microfilms  LDS 642917  Vol 3

Of interest, in paticular i want to check if the two following wedding recrds concerns a same couple but with errors in the transcript in English, or two brothers married to two sisters, or a widowed woman marrried with the brother of the first husband) :
 
- wedding record of Samuel Gutman & Helen Roth(man) on Oct 20, 1880 (LDS 642917 V3, 07-01)
- wedidng record of Lajos Gutman & Hani Roth(man) on June 4, 1884 (LDS 642917 V3, 12-02) 

GUTMAN-ROTHMAN-ROTH-GRUNBAUM >from Sanislau, Nadasa, SÎngeorzu de Pădure and Ujfehert

Kind regards for any help.

olivierdzik@yahoo.fr


Hungary SIG #Hungary GUTMAN & ROTH(MAN) from Sanislau, Nadasa & Singeorzu de Padure and Ujfeherto area - LDS 642917 #hungary

olivierdzik@...
 

Dear all, I am looking for records on the Gutman & ROTH(MAN) familly from  Sanislau,  Nadasa, Singeorzu
de Padure and Ujfeherto area for the period of time 1852-1895 (there are held in the Hungarian National
Archives >from Budapest) but are referenced by Mormons in microfilms  LDS 642917  Vol 3

Of interest, in paticular i want to check if the two following wedding recrds concerns a same couple but with errors in the transcript in English, or two brothers married to two sisters, or a widowed woman marrried with the brother of the first husband) :
 
- wedding record of Samuel Gutman & Helen Roth(man) on Oct 20, 1880 (LDS 642917 V3, 07-01)
- wedidng record of Lajos Gutman & Hani Roth(man) on June 4, 1884 (LDS 642917 V3, 12-02) 

GUTMAN-ROTHMAN-ROTH-GRUNBAUM >from Sanislau, Nadasa, SÎngeorzu de Pădure and Ujfehert

Kind regards for any help.

olivierdzik@yahoo.fr


Subject: prisoners in russia #hungary

czkiand@...
 

Dear Tom,

You are right: Stalino is today Donetsk city in the Donbas (Donetsk)
basin. The nr. 280. POW and labor camp was near the city. I found some
data about it:

http://membres.multimania.fr/dgrecu/Deport_USSR.html

http://narr.hu/elhurcoltak.htm

This is a very interesting site about the GULAG (unfortunately in
Russian): http://www.memo.ru/history/NKVD/GULAG/index.htm

The following databases will be useful :
http://www.hadifogoly.hu/web/hadifogoly/index

Hope I could help.

Regards,

Andras Gyekiczki

Erd, Hungary

-----Original Message-----
From: tom [mailto:tomk@ecologicaltech.com]
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2013 14:11
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] prisoners in russia

My late father was captured by the red army and put into a prisoner of war
camp, and didn't return home until 1947. i found one record with his name
in the jewishgen all-hungary database, >from after the war, which lists his
whereabouts in september 1946, as "280/26.
stalino-dombasz tabor"

"stalino-dombasz" could possibly be donetsk (renamed after stalin's death),
which did have a donbass palace hotel, used by the gestapo as their
headquarters under the german occupation. the only other geographic point
of reference that i have is that at some time he was in, or near, odessa.
1) does anybody know if "280/26" was forced labour unit or a camp or a
postal address? and is there any documentation whatsoever about it?

2) is there any list of prisoner of war camps in the soviet union,
particularly where jews >from the forced labour battalions might have been
held?


Hungary SIG #Hungary Subject: prisoners in russia #hungary

czkiand@...
 

Dear Tom,

You are right: Stalino is today Donetsk city in the Donbas (Donetsk)
basin. The nr. 280. POW and labor camp was near the city. I found some
data about it:

http://membres.multimania.fr/dgrecu/Deport_USSR.html

http://narr.hu/elhurcoltak.htm

This is a very interesting site about the GULAG (unfortunately in
Russian): http://www.memo.ru/history/NKVD/GULAG/index.htm

The following databases will be useful :
http://www.hadifogoly.hu/web/hadifogoly/index

Hope I could help.

Regards,

Andras Gyekiczki

Erd, Hungary

-----Original Message-----
From: tom [mailto:tomk@ecologicaltech.com]
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2013 14:11
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] prisoners in russia

My late father was captured by the red army and put into a prisoner of war
camp, and didn't return home until 1947. i found one record with his name
in the jewishgen all-hungary database, >from after the war, which lists his
whereabouts in september 1946, as "280/26.
stalino-dombasz tabor"

"stalino-dombasz" could possibly be donetsk (renamed after stalin's death),
which did have a donbass palace hotel, used by the gestapo as their
headquarters under the german occupation. the only other geographic point
of reference that i have is that at some time he was in, or near, odessa.
1) does anybody know if "280/26" was forced labour unit or a camp or a
postal address? and is there any documentation whatsoever about it?

2) is there any list of prisoner of war camps in the soviet union,
particularly where jews >from the forced labour battalions might have been
held?


Sechzer and Ackerman #ukraine

sechzer_arch@...
 

I am searching for family information regarding the names Sechzer and Ackerman
I think the Sechzer family was >from Kapigorod, near Odessa. Could be Zechtser or Zechzer. Looking for family or history of Selig (Zelig) Sechzer. He emigrated to America in the early 1900s.

I think the Ackerman family was >from Ajanovitz or Arzanovitz (??) also near Odessa. I am especially looking for family related to Hinda Ackerman. Ackerman was her family name. I do not know what her married name was. She was assumed to have died in the Holocaust / World War II but we are wondering if any of her family survived. She had 4 sisters who went to America at the turn of the last century, one of whom was my grandmother, Faina or Faigie, or Fanny as she was called in America.

Does anyone know how I can begin this search - I suppose first I need to find and identify the towns, then find archives...Any advice?

Inda

Moderator's Note: If you are just starting out you might want to read the JewishGen FAQ's at http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/faq.html.
Do your research on your family that came to the U.S., look for naturalization papers, census records, etc. These will provide clues on where the family came from.

________________________________

Inda M. Sechzer, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP
E: sechzer_arch@yahoo.com
T: 973-704-6896 cell tel


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Sechzer and Ackerman #ukraine

sechzer_arch@...
 

I am searching for family information regarding the names Sechzer and Ackerman
I think the Sechzer family was >from Kapigorod, near Odessa. Could be Zechtser or Zechzer. Looking for family or history of Selig (Zelig) Sechzer. He emigrated to America in the early 1900s.

I think the Ackerman family was >from Ajanovitz or Arzanovitz (??) also near Odessa. I am especially looking for family related to Hinda Ackerman. Ackerman was her family name. I do not know what her married name was. She was assumed to have died in the Holocaust / World War II but we are wondering if any of her family survived. She had 4 sisters who went to America at the turn of the last century, one of whom was my grandmother, Faina or Faigie, or Fanny as she was called in America.

Does anyone know how I can begin this search - I suppose first I need to find and identify the towns, then find archives...Any advice?

Inda

Moderator's Note: If you are just starting out you might want to read the JewishGen FAQ's at http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/faq.html.
Do your research on your family that came to the U.S., look for naturalization papers, census records, etc. These will provide clues on where the family came from.

________________________________

Inda M. Sechzer, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP
E: sechzer_arch@yahoo.com
T: 973-704-6896 cell tel


Fw: traveling to Ukraine #ukraine

I Sechzer <sechzer_arch@...>
 

I am looking for information regarding traveling to Podvolachisk*** in the Ukraine. I am wondering if anyone has information about the town and guides/translators to go there with us or meet us there.
I would probably be traveling >from Prague by train.
Thank you


*** spelled many ways - also podwolocycyka and Podvolochisk

Inda Sechzer


________________________________

Inda M. Sechzer, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP
E: sechzer_arch@yahoo.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Fw: traveling to Ukraine #ukraine

I Sechzer <sechzer_arch@...>
 

I am looking for information regarding traveling to Podvolachisk*** in the Ukraine. I am wondering if anyone has information about the town and guides/translators to go there with us or meet us there.
I would probably be traveling >from Prague by train.
Thank you


*** spelled many ways - also podwolocycyka and Podvolochisk

Inda Sechzer


________________________________

Inda M. Sechzer, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP
E: sechzer_arch@yahoo.com

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