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London Probate Search facility #unitedkingdom

Saul Issroff
 

Yesterday ( 21 October) the search facility for probates moved to
Court 38, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A 2LL. Opening
hours 9-1, 2-4 pm. Fees can be paid at the fees office in the
building.
Note, there is still no on-line service, no level 1 service, copies
ordered for collection will be ready after 48 hours. Postal option
takes up to 14 working days.
Enquiries 07947 6043.
The website http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/probate/copies-of-grants-wills
has not been updated to reflect these changes.
Or you can complete form PA1S and send it to:

Postal Searches and Copies Department
Leeds District Probate Registry
York House
York Place
Leeds
LS1 2BA


Saul Issroff
England


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom London Probate Search facility #unitedkingdom

Saul Issroff
 

Yesterday ( 21 October) the search facility for probates moved to
Court 38, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A 2LL. Opening
hours 9-1, 2-4 pm. Fees can be paid at the fees office in the
building.
Note, there is still no on-line service, no level 1 service, copies
ordered for collection will be ready after 48 hours. Postal option
takes up to 14 working days.
Enquiries 07947 6043.
The website http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/probate/copies-of-grants-wills
has not been updated to reflect these changes.
Or you can complete form PA1S and send it to:

Postal Searches and Copies Department
Leeds District Probate Registry
York House
York Place
Leeds
LS1 2BA


Saul Issroff
England


Re: Looking for Adelmans in Akkerman #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Carol,

I am sending this message to you and to the whole group,
because it might be useful to other members.

Akkerman had a large Jewish community >from many hundreds of years back.
We, at Bessarabia SIG have some records >from Akkerman, which will be
translated and become available sometime soon. If you can help us with
translation of these records, that can speed up the process. I found
recently that my father's great grandfather was most likely >from Akkerman,
and I hope to find more >from the records of 19c too.

As far as people who settled in Argentina, we have at our Bessarabia SIG
website a section "Emigration >from Bessarabia", and among the articles,
there is one about Jews settled in Argentina: Basavilbaso - Lucienville,
Argentina. A Baron Hirsch Settlement in the Province of Entre Rios.
You may find over there even Vital records, and photos, and family names
emigrated to Argentina >from a number of towns in Bessarabia. I saw at that
site a reference to Akkerman with some lists of people.

Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China

-----Original Message-----
From: Carol Starin [mailto:costarin@me.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 4:54 PM
To: Bessarabia SIG
Subject: Looking for Adelmans in Akkerman

I am searching for information about the family of Joseph/Yosef Lev ADELMAN
from Akkerman.................
Daughter Tillie/Toib


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia RE: Looking for Adelmans in Akkerman #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Carol,

I am sending this message to you and to the whole group,
because it might be useful to other members.

Akkerman had a large Jewish community >from many hundreds of years back.
We, at Bessarabia SIG have some records >from Akkerman, which will be
translated and become available sometime soon. If you can help us with
translation of these records, that can speed up the process. I found
recently that my father's great grandfather was most likely >from Akkerman,
and I hope to find more >from the records of 19c too.

As far as people who settled in Argentina, we have at our Bessarabia SIG
website a section "Emigration >from Bessarabia", and among the articles,
there is one about Jews settled in Argentina: Basavilbaso - Lucienville,
Argentina. A Baron Hirsch Settlement in the Province of Entre Rios.
You may find over there even Vital records, and photos, and family names
emigrated to Argentina >from a number of towns in Bessarabia. I saw at that
site a reference to Akkerman with some lists of people.

Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China

-----Original Message-----
From: Carol Starin [mailto:costarin@me.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 4:54 PM
To: Bessarabia SIG
Subject: Looking for Adelmans in Akkerman

I am searching for information about the family of Joseph/Yosef Lev ADELMAN
from Akkerman.................
Daughter Tillie/Toib


History of a business in Provincetown, Massachusetts, 1930's #general

Joan Rosen <jgrosen98@...>
 

I am interested in determining the owners or managers of a business in
Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA, in 1935. I am trying to reconstruct
a history of a family business. Some kind person who lives on or near
Cape Cod went to Barnstable for me several years ago and obtained all
documents associated with that business.

Among those documents was one that told of a sale by my family to
another business, in 1935. I am interested in finding out who were the
owners/managers of that business (Cape Cod Fisheries.) I have no idea
how to go about finding that information. The documents I have do not
deal with that.

Can anyone help? I am quite willing to trade for genealogical work
here in the Philadelphia area.

Please contact me personally.

Thanks.

Joan Rosen
jgrosen98@gmail.com
Elkins Park, Pennsylvania


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen History of a business in Provincetown, Massachusetts, 1930's #general

Joan Rosen <jgrosen98@...>
 

I am interested in determining the owners or managers of a business in
Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA, in 1935. I am trying to reconstruct
a history of a family business. Some kind person who lives on or near
Cape Cod went to Barnstable for me several years ago and obtained all
documents associated with that business.

Among those documents was one that told of a sale by my family to
another business, in 1935. I am interested in finding out who were the
owners/managers of that business (Cape Cod Fisheries.) I have no idea
how to go about finding that information. The documents I have do not
deal with that.

Can anyone help? I am quite willing to trade for genealogical work
here in the Philadelphia area.

Please contact me personally.

Thanks.

Joan Rosen
jgrosen98@gmail.com
Elkins Park, Pennsylvania


MOSLEY Family of St Holburn, London, England #general

Louise Vernon <loubie.vernon@...>
 

Hi,

I have just found out, through a family interview that I have Jewish
ancestry - which was something of a surprise, a pleasant one I might
add.

I have 14 experience in family history but am an absolute beginner in
Jewish research.

The family story says that Rebecca MOSLEY (my ancestor) was disowned
by her family for marrying out of the Jewish faith.

Rebecca MOSLEY married a James NOAKES in 1823 in the church of St
Sepulchre, Holburn, London, Middlesex, she would have been
approximately 18 years old.

If I have the correct family Rebecca's father's name was Charles
MOSLEY and he was gold beater and jeweller in St. Holburn, London.

Charle's father was a Robert MOSLEY who was also involved in the gold
and jewellery trades.

Is there anyone who may be able to help me research this line of
enquiry? I have already searched the databases and contacted a fellow
MOSLEY researcher but as yet I have not received a reply.

Many thanks for reading this email.

Regards,

Louise Vernon
England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen MOSLEY Family of St Holburn, London, England #general

Louise Vernon <loubie.vernon@...>
 

Hi,

I have just found out, through a family interview that I have Jewish
ancestry - which was something of a surprise, a pleasant one I might
add.

I have 14 experience in family history but am an absolute beginner in
Jewish research.

The family story says that Rebecca MOSLEY (my ancestor) was disowned
by her family for marrying out of the Jewish faith.

Rebecca MOSLEY married a James NOAKES in 1823 in the church of St
Sepulchre, Holburn, London, Middlesex, she would have been
approximately 18 years old.

If I have the correct family Rebecca's father's name was Charles
MOSLEY and he was gold beater and jeweller in St. Holburn, London.

Charle's father was a Robert MOSLEY who was also involved in the gold
and jewellery trades.

Is there anyone who may be able to help me research this line of
enquiry? I have already searched the databases and contacted a fellow
MOSLEY researcher but as yet I have not received a reply.

Many thanks for reading this email.

Regards,

Louise Vernon
England


Re: Unknown Daughter/Sister--Did She Really Exist? #general

Ann Rabinowitz
 

The researcher who posted on this topic, Marilyn Robinson, might try looking
for other obits to see if they also state that there was the extra child.
In addition, it would be helpful to locate the estate record or will, if
available, for both of her great grandparents which might mention the
"missing" daughter/sister.

I have found over the years that oftentimes families may not retain the
memory of or know about children who might have remained in "der heim"
(the old country), have been >from a prior marriage, have physical or mental
defects, have married out, or had "farribles" (arguments) with their family.

One incident, I remember vividly, is that one of my relatives did not know
she was a twin as her twin had died shortly after birth and had not been
mentioned ever again. However, when I found her birth record in Lithuania,
there was the twin and his name recorded. I also remember that I found
that my grandmother was known to be one of four sisters only. Imagine my
surprise when I was chatting with an elderly relative who mentioned a fifth
sister Mary who had passed away in "der heim" as a toddler >from an illness
and had not been mentioned again.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Unknown Daughter/Sister--Did She Really Exist? #general

Ann Rabinowitz
 

The researcher who posted on this topic, Marilyn Robinson, might try looking
for other obits to see if they also state that there was the extra child.
In addition, it would be helpful to locate the estate record or will, if
available, for both of her great grandparents which might mention the
"missing" daughter/sister.

I have found over the years that oftentimes families may not retain the
memory of or know about children who might have remained in "der heim"
(the old country), have been >from a prior marriage, have physical or mental
defects, have married out, or had "farribles" (arguments) with their family.

One incident, I remember vividly, is that one of my relatives did not know
she was a twin as her twin had died shortly after birth and had not been
mentioned ever again. However, when I found her birth record in Lithuania,
there was the twin and his name recorded. I also remember that I found
that my grandmother was known to be one of four sisters only. Imagine my
surprise when I was chatting with an elderly relative who mentioned a fifth
sister Mary who had passed away in "der heim" as a toddler >from an illness
and had not been mentioned again.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


Sipliatky, Sipliatkin, Shipliatky or Shipliatkin #ukraine

manuel.meersohn@...
 

Dear fellow Geners,

Only yesterday I understood that my grandfather Meier Meyerson born in
Hola Prystan (near Kherson) on the 18th of December 1884 had the
following surname on his mother side: Sipliatky, Sipliatkin,
Shipliatky or Shipliatkin, anyone that recognize such names / places
or similar can please write to me privately? Thanks in advanced.
Manuel

Town: Pilyava, Surnames: Schajris, Shahris, Rybak, Shaharit, Goldbarg
Town: Hola Prystan, Surnames: Sipliatky, Sipliatkin, Shipliatky or
Shipliatkin, Meyerson, Gottlieb

e-mail manuel.meersohn@gmail.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Sipliatky, Sipliatkin, Shipliatky or Shipliatkin #ukraine

manuel.meersohn@...
 

Dear fellow Geners,

Only yesterday I understood that my grandfather Meier Meyerson born in
Hola Prystan (near Kherson) on the 18th of December 1884 had the
following surname on his mother side: Sipliatky, Sipliatkin,
Shipliatky or Shipliatkin, anyone that recognize such names / places
or similar can please write to me privately? Thanks in advanced.
Manuel

Town: Pilyava, Surnames: Schajris, Shahris, Rybak, Shaharit, Goldbarg
Town: Hola Prystan, Surnames: Sipliatky, Sipliatkin, Shipliatky or
Shipliatkin, Meyerson, Gottlieb

e-mail manuel.meersohn@gmail.com


1819 Polish Census for Lublin #ukraine

barry_helfand@...
 

Has anyone had the experience of sending for or examining the 1819 census
for Lublin? Does the census have only given names but not surnames?

Barry Helfand
Upland, California


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine 1819 Polish Census for Lublin #ukraine

barry_helfand@...
 

Has anyone had the experience of sending for or examining the 1819 census
for Lublin? Does the census have only given names but not surnames?

Barry Helfand
Upland, California


Sipliatky, Sipliatkin, Shipliatky or Shipliatkin #ukraine

manuel.meersohn@...
 

Dear fellow Geners,

Only yesterday I understood that my grandfather Meier Meyerson born in
Hola Prystan (near Kherson) on the 18th of December 1884 had the
following surname on his mother side: Sipliatky, Sipliatkin,
Shipliatky or Shipliatkin, anyone that recognize such names / places
or similar can please write to me privately? Thanks in advanced.
Manuel

Town: Pilyava, Surnames: Schajris, Shahris, Rybak, Shaharit, Goldbarg
Town: Hola Prystan, Surnames: Sipliatky, Sipliatkin, Shipliatky or
Shipliatkin, Meyerson, Gottlieb

e-mail manuel.meersohn@gmail.com

Moderator comment: For your privacy and protectiion, elephone numbers
are not permitted.


ViewMate translation request - Russian to English #ukraine

KLOOGWEIN@...
 

Please provide a direct translation >from Russian to English of 2 more
pages of Feige Weisman's 1906 passport/travel document. They are at:

www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29620

Many thanks.

Judith Kloogman Weinstein
Great Neck, NY USA

Researching: WEISMAN, VAYSMAN, NEIS, NIS, WARSAVSKY, WOLF, BEIN >from
Lubny, Poltava, Ukraine


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Sipliatky, Sipliatkin, Shipliatky or Shipliatkin #ukraine

manuel.meersohn@...
 

Dear fellow Geners,

Only yesterday I understood that my grandfather Meier Meyerson born in
Hola Prystan (near Kherson) on the 18th of December 1884 had the
following surname on his mother side: Sipliatky, Sipliatkin,
Shipliatky or Shipliatkin, anyone that recognize such names / places
or similar can please write to me privately? Thanks in advanced.
Manuel

Town: Pilyava, Surnames: Schajris, Shahris, Rybak, Shaharit, Goldbarg
Town: Hola Prystan, Surnames: Sipliatky, Sipliatkin, Shipliatky or
Shipliatkin, Meyerson, Gottlieb

e-mail manuel.meersohn@gmail.com

Moderator comment: For your privacy and protectiion, elephone numbers
are not permitted.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine ViewMate translation request - Russian to English #ukraine

KLOOGWEIN@...
 

Please provide a direct translation >from Russian to English of 2 more
pages of Feige Weisman's 1906 passport/travel document. They are at:

www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29620

Many thanks.

Judith Kloogman Weinstein
Great Neck, NY USA

Researching: WEISMAN, VAYSMAN, NEIS, NIS, WARSAVSKY, WOLF, BEIN >from
Lubny, Poltava, Ukraine


1819 Polish Census for Lublin #general

Barry Helfand <barry_helfand@...>
 

Has anyone had the experience of sending for or examining the 1819 census
for Lublin? Does the census have only given names but not surnames?

Barry Helfand
Upland, California


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 1819 Polish Census for Lublin #general

Barry Helfand <barry_helfand@...>
 

Has anyone had the experience of sending for or examining the 1819 census
for Lublin? Does the census have only given names but not surnames?

Barry Helfand
Upland, California

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