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Volunteer Manager #galicia

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

JewishGen is looking for a Volunteer Manager to help us coordinate
our many volunteers. This position is unpaid, and should require
approximately 2-5 hours per week on average.

Please review the description below. If you are interested, please
email your resume to me at agroll@JewishGen.org.

Thank you,

Avraham Groll
Director of Business Operations

--

JewishGen Volunteer Manager - Job Description:

Primary Goal:
The Volunteer Manager will strengthen our ability to match
potential volunteers and appropriate projects by maintaining a
Volunteer Database, serving as the central contact person for
Volunteer needs, and assisting with Volunteer recognition efforts.

The Volunteer Manager will report directly to Avraham Groll,
JewishGen's Director of Business Operations.

Job Duties and Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned as
appropriate):

* Develop, promote, and maintain a wide range of volunteer
opportunities within the organization.
* Survey project managers regularly to assess needs for volunteer
assistance.
* Maintain Volunteer Service Descriptions for each volunteer
assignment.
* Ensure volunteers are matched to support the various areas of
operations as requested by staff and project managers.
* Arrange for volunteer orientation and training.
* Develop and manage volunteer policies, procedures, and
standards of volunteer service.
* Organize and assist in volunteer appreciation and recognition
programs.
* Evaluate all aspects of volunteer programs to ensure effectiveness
and to recommend/implement changes as appropriate.
* Maintain accurate records and provide reports on volunteer
participation.
* Author periodic newsletter, "Volunteer Spotlight."


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Volunteer Manager #galicia

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

JewishGen is looking for a Volunteer Manager to help us coordinate
our many volunteers. This position is unpaid, and should require
approximately 2-5 hours per week on average.

Please review the description below. If you are interested, please
email your resume to me at agroll@JewishGen.org.

Thank you,

Avraham Groll
Director of Business Operations

--

JewishGen Volunteer Manager - Job Description:

Primary Goal:
The Volunteer Manager will strengthen our ability to match
potential volunteers and appropriate projects by maintaining a
Volunteer Database, serving as the central contact person for
Volunteer needs, and assisting with Volunteer recognition efforts.

The Volunteer Manager will report directly to Avraham Groll,
JewishGen's Director of Business Operations.

Job Duties and Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned as
appropriate):

* Develop, promote, and maintain a wide range of volunteer
opportunities within the organization.
* Survey project managers regularly to assess needs for volunteer
assistance.
* Maintain Volunteer Service Descriptions for each volunteer
assignment.
* Ensure volunteers are matched to support the various areas of
operations as requested by staff and project managers.
* Arrange for volunteer orientation and training.
* Develop and manage volunteer policies, procedures, and
standards of volunteer service.
* Organize and assist in volunteer appreciation and recognition
programs.
* Evaluate all aspects of volunteer programs to ensure effectiveness
and to recommend/implement changes as appropriate.
* Maintain accurate records and provide reports on volunteer
participation.
* Author periodic newsletter, "Volunteer Spotlight."


Re: Polish landowners in Galicia #galicia

Alexander Sharon
 

Fred Huss wrote:

I am trying to locate a list of landowners >from the area of Horodenka,
Poland, now Gorodenka in the Ukraine. My mother and some of her family
members survived the war by hiding in a cave adjacent to an estate where her
brothers had permits to leave the ghetto and work on that estate. My mom is
the only surviving member of her family, and while she still remembers many
of the details vividly, she cannot remember the name of the estate owner.
Knowing this piece of information may help me pinpoint the cave site. We are
interested in this information because buried at the mouth of the cave are
her youngest brother and older sister....

------------------------

Fred,

Following is list of landowners in Horodenka district localities circa mid
1920ies. Names of the localities are shown alphabetically in Polish.

1. Balaharowka, Chaim BERGMAN
2. Chmielowa, Emilia KRZYZANOWSKA
3. Czernelica (township), Juda Efraim ECKERLING, Teresa PETROWICZ
4. Czerniatyn, Berl SZPIERER
5. Czortowiec, Bernard BARAN, Jan BOHUSIEWICZ, Karol RAPP
6. Daleszowa, A SIANGEL (also shown as SIANDGEL)
7. Dabki (Dombki), J. PLASZYCA, W.SEIDMAN (homestead at Stankowce)
8. Dzurkow, T.TISCH, F.TENENBLATT
9. Gluszkow, Marja KRZYSZTOFOWICZ
10. Hanczarow, Jan BOHOSIEWICZ
11. Harasymow, Romuald BOHOSIEWICZ, Jakub OSADCA
12. Hawrylak, Joachim BRETTLER
13. Horodnica, Iwan BIALYJ, Met. GAJA
14. Isakow, Marja DWORZANINOWA, Helena ZLOWODZKA
15. Jakobowka (Yakubuvka), Marja ROGOSZEWSKA
16. Jasienow Polny, Marja KRZYSZTOFOWICZ, Antoni WARTANOWICZ
17. Kolanki, Kajetan PASSAKAS
18. Kopaczynce, Wlodzimierz OSTROWSKI
19. Korniow (Korniuv), Jakub RUBEL
20. Kunisowce, Jadwiga KASPAREK
21. Luka, (village and river's harbour), Antoni JAEGERMANN (homestead at
Monaster) and Franciszek JAEGARMANN. Surnames are also spelled as
JAGERMAN (with 'a' umlaut).
22. Michalcze, Grain mills owners were I. FRISZLING, J. JASINSKI and B. KARP,
no records that they are also the landowners.
23 Niezwiska (village and river's habour), Zdzisla STASZKIEWICZ (homestead
at Woronow). J. TEODOROWICZ
24. Obertyn (township), Zygmunt BRETTLER (homested at Netrebowka), Jozef
PROKOCIMER, Piotr ROMASZKAN (homestead at Netrebowka), Noe SOKOLOWSKI
25. Okno, Tadeusz CIENSKI succession
26. Olchowiec, Frank LIPA
27. Olejowa-Korniow, Marja GUZKOWSKA, baronnes
28. Olejowa-Korolowka, Henryk WIELOWIEYSKI (homstead at Wladypole), and
Jan WIELOWIEYSKI
29. Piotrow (Piotruv), Antoni MINASIEWICZ, Antoni ROSZKO
30. Podwerbce, Izaak DIAMANDSTEIN
31. Potoczyska, Kazimierz LUBOMIRSKI, count
32. Probabin, Leon ASCHEIM
33. Rakowiec, Hilel BARAN, Samuel BARAN
34. Raszkow (Rashkuv), Kazimierz LUBOMIRSkI, count
35. Repuzynce, M.BERGMANN is listed as forestry owner, couldn't establish if
he was also landowner.
36. Semenowka, Natan BARAN (research relation of Natan relation to Hilel and
Samuel, landowners in Semenowka, pos. 33)
37. Serafince, Two water mills in Serafince, "Basia" and "Petryny" were owned
by I. Schachter & Co. and J. Prowizor & Co. No records of their legal land
ownership.
38. Siekerczyn, no data
39. Siemiakowce, Cecylian KABALA, Wojciech WAREK, Jan ZERYGIEWICZ.
WORKOWSKI (mill owner)
40. Strzylcze, F. GOLDENBERG, Maria KRZYSZTOFOWICZ (see also Gluszkow,
pos.9)
41. Targowica, Bernard KORNBLUCH
42. Toporowce, N. SOPOLYK & Co. Water mill owner, no records of his
land ownership
43. Tyszkowce, D. ABRAHAMOWICZ, leaseholder
44. Uniz, Kazimierz PRZYBYSLAWSKI
45. Wierzbowce, Helena JASINSKA, Stanislaw VICTORIUS
46. Zabokruki, Wlodzimierz JALOWICKI
47. Zukow, Antoni TEODOROWICZ
48. Zywaczow, Marjan ANTONIEWICZ (homestead at Stawik), Mieczyslaw
ANTONIEWICZ (homestead at Zagorze), Piotr ANTONIEWICZ (homestead at
Grzegorzowka), Schulim LIEBLICH (homestead at Zywaczow), Marja OSADCA
(homestead at Zielona)

Hope this helps

Best

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia RE: Polish landowners in Galicia #galicia

Alexander Sharon
 

Fred Huss wrote:

I am trying to locate a list of landowners >from the area of Horodenka,
Poland, now Gorodenka in the Ukraine. My mother and some of her family
members survived the war by hiding in a cave adjacent to an estate where her
brothers had permits to leave the ghetto and work on that estate. My mom is
the only surviving member of her family, and while she still remembers many
of the details vividly, she cannot remember the name of the estate owner.
Knowing this piece of information may help me pinpoint the cave site. We are
interested in this information because buried at the mouth of the cave are
her youngest brother and older sister....

------------------------

Fred,

Following is list of landowners in Horodenka district localities circa mid
1920ies. Names of the localities are shown alphabetically in Polish.

1. Balaharowka, Chaim BERGMAN
2. Chmielowa, Emilia KRZYZANOWSKA
3. Czernelica (township), Juda Efraim ECKERLING, Teresa PETROWICZ
4. Czerniatyn, Berl SZPIERER
5. Czortowiec, Bernard BARAN, Jan BOHUSIEWICZ, Karol RAPP
6. Daleszowa, A SIANGEL (also shown as SIANDGEL)
7. Dabki (Dombki), J. PLASZYCA, W.SEIDMAN (homestead at Stankowce)
8. Dzurkow, T.TISCH, F.TENENBLATT
9. Gluszkow, Marja KRZYSZTOFOWICZ
10. Hanczarow, Jan BOHOSIEWICZ
11. Harasymow, Romuald BOHOSIEWICZ, Jakub OSADCA
12. Hawrylak, Joachim BRETTLER
13. Horodnica, Iwan BIALYJ, Met. GAJA
14. Isakow, Marja DWORZANINOWA, Helena ZLOWODZKA
15. Jakobowka (Yakubuvka), Marja ROGOSZEWSKA
16. Jasienow Polny, Marja KRZYSZTOFOWICZ, Antoni WARTANOWICZ
17. Kolanki, Kajetan PASSAKAS
18. Kopaczynce, Wlodzimierz OSTROWSKI
19. Korniow (Korniuv), Jakub RUBEL
20. Kunisowce, Jadwiga KASPAREK
21. Luka, (village and river's harbour), Antoni JAEGERMANN (homestead at
Monaster) and Franciszek JAEGARMANN. Surnames are also spelled as
JAGERMAN (with 'a' umlaut).
22. Michalcze, Grain mills owners were I. FRISZLING, J. JASINSKI and B. KARP,
no records that they are also the landowners.
23 Niezwiska (village and river's habour), Zdzisla STASZKIEWICZ (homestead
at Woronow). J. TEODOROWICZ
24. Obertyn (township), Zygmunt BRETTLER (homested at Netrebowka), Jozef
PROKOCIMER, Piotr ROMASZKAN (homestead at Netrebowka), Noe SOKOLOWSKI
25. Okno, Tadeusz CIENSKI succession
26. Olchowiec, Frank LIPA
27. Olejowa-Korniow, Marja GUZKOWSKA, baronnes
28. Olejowa-Korolowka, Henryk WIELOWIEYSKI (homstead at Wladypole), and
Jan WIELOWIEYSKI
29. Piotrow (Piotruv), Antoni MINASIEWICZ, Antoni ROSZKO
30. Podwerbce, Izaak DIAMANDSTEIN
31. Potoczyska, Kazimierz LUBOMIRSKI, count
32. Probabin, Leon ASCHEIM
33. Rakowiec, Hilel BARAN, Samuel BARAN
34. Raszkow (Rashkuv), Kazimierz LUBOMIRSkI, count
35. Repuzynce, M.BERGMANN is listed as forestry owner, couldn't establish if
he was also landowner.
36. Semenowka, Natan BARAN (research relation of Natan relation to Hilel and
Samuel, landowners in Semenowka, pos. 33)
37. Serafince, Two water mills in Serafince, "Basia" and "Petryny" were owned
by I. Schachter & Co. and J. Prowizor & Co. No records of their legal land
ownership.
38. Siekerczyn, no data
39. Siemiakowce, Cecylian KABALA, Wojciech WAREK, Jan ZERYGIEWICZ.
WORKOWSKI (mill owner)
40. Strzylcze, F. GOLDENBERG, Maria KRZYSZTOFOWICZ (see also Gluszkow,
pos.9)
41. Targowica, Bernard KORNBLUCH
42. Toporowce, N. SOPOLYK & Co. Water mill owner, no records of his
land ownership
43. Tyszkowce, D. ABRAHAMOWICZ, leaseholder
44. Uniz, Kazimierz PRZYBYSLAWSKI
45. Wierzbowce, Helena JASINSKA, Stanislaw VICTORIUS
46. Zabokruki, Wlodzimierz JALOWICKI
47. Zukow, Antoni TEODOROWICZ
48. Zywaczow, Marjan ANTONIEWICZ (homestead at Stawik), Mieczyslaw
ANTONIEWICZ (homestead at Zagorze), Piotr ANTONIEWICZ (homestead at
Grzegorzowka), Schulim LIEBLICH (homestead at Zywaczow), Marja OSADCA
(homestead at Zielona)

Hope this helps

Best

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


Attestations of paternity on birth records #galicia

Pamela Jacobs
 

I recently received several AGAD records, including those listing the
births in Tarnopol of my grandfather's four youngest siblings. The
births span the years 1888 to 1898. According to my cousin, who
speaks and writes Polish, each record contains a short signed
statement by my great-grandfather, attesting to the fact that he is
the father of each child.

We were wondering whether this was standard practice at the time,
or whether it was particular to certain families and situations. I
know that many Jews had religious but not civil marriages; perhaps
these statements of paternity were necessary because the children
were illegitimate in the eyes of the Empire?

Thanks in advance!

Pamela Ravin Jacobs, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Researching CHARASCH/ CHARASZ Brody,Tarnopol, Vienna and
Chemnitz; DICK, Tarnopol; MIGDEN, Tarnopol;TAFFET, Tarnopol;
RIVIN, Starobin, Belarus; RAPPAPORT, Starobin, Belarus.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Attestations of paternity on birth records #galicia

Pamela Jacobs
 

I recently received several AGAD records, including those listing the
births in Tarnopol of my grandfather's four youngest siblings. The
births span the years 1888 to 1898. According to my cousin, who
speaks and writes Polish, each record contains a short signed
statement by my great-grandfather, attesting to the fact that he is
the father of each child.

We were wondering whether this was standard practice at the time,
or whether it was particular to certain families and situations. I
know that many Jews had religious but not civil marriages; perhaps
these statements of paternity were necessary because the children
were illegitimate in the eyes of the Empire?

Thanks in advance!

Pamela Ravin Jacobs, Brooklyn, New York, USA
Researching CHARASCH/ CHARASZ Brody,Tarnopol, Vienna and
Chemnitz; DICK, Tarnopol; MIGDEN, Tarnopol;TAFFET, Tarnopol;
RIVIN, Starobin, Belarus; RAPPAPORT, Starobin, Belarus.


Volunteer Manager #unitedkingdom

bounce-2407776-785714@...
 

Dear Friends,

JewishGen is looking for a Volunteer Manager to help us coordinate
our many volunteers. This position is unpaid, and should require
approximately 2-5 hours per week on average.

Please review the description below. If you are interested, please
email your resume to me at agroll@JewishGen.org.

Thank you,

Avraham Groll
Director of Business Operations

--

JewishGen Volunteer Manager - Job Description:

Primary Goal:
The Volunteer Manager will strengthen our ability to match potential
volunteers and appropriate projects by maintaining a Volunteer Database,
serving as the central contact person for Volunteer needs, and assisting
with Volunteer recognition efforts.

The Volunteer Manager will report directly to Avraham Groll, JewishGen's
Director of Business Operations.

Job Duties and Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned as
appropriate):

* Develop, promote, and maintain a wide range of volunteer opportunities
within the organization.
* Survey project managers regularly to assess needs for volunteer
assistance.
* Maintain Volunteer Service Descriptions for each volunteer assignment.
* Ensure volunteers are matched to support the various areas of
operations as requested by staff and project managers.
* Arrange for volunteer orientation and training.
* Develop and manage volunteer policies, procedures, and standards of
volunteer service.
* Organize and assist in volunteer appreciation and recognition programs.
* Evaluate all aspects of volunteer programs to ensure effectiveness and
to recommend/implement changes as appropriate.
* Maintain accurate records and provide reports on volunteer participation.
* Author periodic newsletter, "Volunteer Spotlight."


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Volunteer Manager #unitedkingdom

bounce-2407776-785714@...
 

Dear Friends,

JewishGen is looking for a Volunteer Manager to help us coordinate
our many volunteers. This position is unpaid, and should require
approximately 2-5 hours per week on average.

Please review the description below. If you are interested, please
email your resume to me at agroll@JewishGen.org.

Thank you,

Avraham Groll
Director of Business Operations

--

JewishGen Volunteer Manager - Job Description:

Primary Goal:
The Volunteer Manager will strengthen our ability to match potential
volunteers and appropriate projects by maintaining a Volunteer Database,
serving as the central contact person for Volunteer needs, and assisting
with Volunteer recognition efforts.

The Volunteer Manager will report directly to Avraham Groll, JewishGen's
Director of Business Operations.

Job Duties and Responsibilities (other duties may be assigned as
appropriate):

* Develop, promote, and maintain a wide range of volunteer opportunities
within the organization.
* Survey project managers regularly to assess needs for volunteer
assistance.
* Maintain Volunteer Service Descriptions for each volunteer assignment.
* Ensure volunteers are matched to support the various areas of
operations as requested by staff and project managers.
* Arrange for volunteer orientation and training.
* Develop and manage volunteer policies, procedures, and standards of
volunteer service.
* Organize and assist in volunteer appreciation and recognition programs.
* Evaluate all aspects of volunteer programs to ensure effectiveness and
to recommend/implement changes as appropriate.
* Maintain accurate records and provide reports on volunteer participation.
* Author periodic newsletter, "Volunteer Spotlight."


Details and reminder of the next DUTCH&SEPHARDI meeting #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

Dear interested membership,

Our next meeting at 33, Seymour Place W1 will be on Sunday 29th of April.
Please be there by 2.20pm to hear a talk - aided by a Power Point
presentation - >from Paul Van der Hulks on his family researches.

Paul is Hon. Secretary and Parnas of the Spanish Portuguese Jewâ??s
Congregations, Rambam Sephardi Synagogue Elstree/Borehamwood. Descending >from a
long established Spanish & Portuguese family, his
ancestors were founding members of both the Portuguese community in
Amsterdam, the fabulous Esnoga and of Bevis Marks Synagogue in the city of
London. Professionally Paul is the Cemetery Director for both Edgwarebury Lane
and Hoop Lane Jewish Cemeteries.

We will hear about his Spanish & Portuguese connection and in particular
the Sarfaty family and some of their more prominent members. Paul will
answer any Sephardi burial inquiries and details of guided visits to above named
cemeteries.

The talk will commence at 2.30pm in the Council Room. This will be
followed by an around the table discussion on both Dutch and Sephardi researches.
Mentors will be on hand - computers will be set up. The library will be
open >from 3 - 6pm.

In the meantime - to whet your appetite, here is a website that may be of
interest.

Apellidos - BNEI ANUSIM SEFARAD

RSVP to Gina Marks at :

ginagem@hotmail.co.uk


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Details and reminder of the next DUTCH&SEPHARDI meeting #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

Dear interested membership,

Our next meeting at 33, Seymour Place W1 will be on Sunday 29th of April.
Please be there by 2.20pm to hear a talk - aided by a Power Point
presentation - >from Paul Van der Hulks on his family researches.

Paul is Hon. Secretary and Parnas of the Spanish Portuguese Jewâ??s
Congregations, Rambam Sephardi Synagogue Elstree/Borehamwood. Descending >from a
long established Spanish & Portuguese family, his
ancestors were founding members of both the Portuguese community in
Amsterdam, the fabulous Esnoga and of Bevis Marks Synagogue in the city of
London. Professionally Paul is the Cemetery Director for both Edgwarebury Lane
and Hoop Lane Jewish Cemeteries.

We will hear about his Spanish & Portuguese connection and in particular
the Sarfaty family and some of their more prominent members. Paul will
answer any Sephardi burial inquiries and details of guided visits to above named
cemeteries.

The talk will commence at 2.30pm in the Council Room. This will be
followed by an around the table discussion on both Dutch and Sephardi researches.
Mentors will be on hand - computers will be set up. The library will be
open >from 3 - 6pm.

In the meantime - to whet your appetite, here is a website that may be of
interest.

Apellidos - BNEI ANUSIM SEFARAD

RSVP to Gina Marks at :

ginagem@hotmail.co.uk


Re: First batch of colonial administration records released today by The National Archives UK #general

Ben Forman
 

Hi Genners

Following the link provided by Rose, and following the subsequent link on
the Archive website, and doing a search on the words Jewish and Israeli
reveals the following:

FCO 141/1: Jewish community in Aden 1963-1967 (2 cm thick). File on
the resettlement of the Jewish community, the repayment of loans and the
issuing of passports.
FCO 141/2: Entry certificates and vouchers for Israelis 1963-1967 (3cm
thick). File on the issuing of Ministry of Labour vouchers and of transit
entry certificates for travel to Israel via the United Kingdom.
FCO 141/2389-91: immigration of Jews, Maltese and Assyrians into Cyprus, 1920
FCO 141/7106 file (Cabinet Office, 1cm thick, 1960-62) covering training
opportunities for Kenya civil servants outside Kenya, including a 22 page report
(plus appendices) entitled "Report on Training Opportunities for Kenya Civil
Servants in Israel"

Sounds like a good haul of records !

Ben Forman

On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 9:41 AM, Rose Feldman <rosef@post.tau.ac.il> wrote:
The first batch of colonial administration records have been released today
at the National Archives UK. These documents may be important for those who
lived in Palestine or any colony. http://ht.ly/am1uh


What to do with a mohel's records? #general

Shlomo Katz
 

I was speaking with a mohel in the Northeast United States who is close to
retirement and is wondering what to do with his records, which span more
than 40 years. If anyone on the list has good suggestions, I'd be happy to
forward them to this gentleman.

Shlomo Katz
Silver Spring MD


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: First batch of colonial administration records released today by The National Archives UK #general

Ben Forman
 

Hi Genners

Following the link provided by Rose, and following the subsequent link on
the Archive website, and doing a search on the words Jewish and Israeli
reveals the following:

FCO 141/1: Jewish community in Aden 1963-1967 (2 cm thick). File on
the resettlement of the Jewish community, the repayment of loans and the
issuing of passports.
FCO 141/2: Entry certificates and vouchers for Israelis 1963-1967 (3cm
thick). File on the issuing of Ministry of Labour vouchers and of transit
entry certificates for travel to Israel via the United Kingdom.
FCO 141/2389-91: immigration of Jews, Maltese and Assyrians into Cyprus, 1920
FCO 141/7106 file (Cabinet Office, 1cm thick, 1960-62) covering training
opportunities for Kenya civil servants outside Kenya, including a 22 page report
(plus appendices) entitled "Report on Training Opportunities for Kenya Civil
Servants in Israel"

Sounds like a good haul of records !

Ben Forman

On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 9:41 AM, Rose Feldman <rosef@post.tau.ac.il> wrote:
The first batch of colonial administration records have been released today
at the National Archives UK. These documents may be important for those who
lived in Palestine or any colony. http://ht.ly/am1uh


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen What to do with a mohel's records? #general

Shlomo Katz
 

I was speaking with a mohel in the Northeast United States who is close to
retirement and is wondering what to do with his records, which span more
than 40 years. If anyone on the list has good suggestions, I'd be happy to
forward them to this gentleman.

Shlomo Katz
Silver Spring MD


Viewmate translation - headstone #general

skaterosen
 

Dear Genners,

I am looking for an English translation of the Hebrew portion of a
headstone for my cousin's grandmother, Leah Goldfarb.

I'm not sure if the photo was taken poorly or the top of the headstone
has deteriorated, but we have been unable to make out the Hebrew on the top.

I'm hoping someone with more experience can help us out.

I have two versions on Viewmate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22499

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22500


Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Ruth Rosenberg
New York City


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate translation - headstone #general

skaterosen
 

Dear Genners,

I am looking for an English translation of the Hebrew portion of a
headstone for my cousin's grandmother, Leah Goldfarb.

I'm not sure if the photo was taken poorly or the top of the headstone
has deteriorated, but we have been unable to make out the Hebrew on the top.

I'm hoping someone with more experience can help us out.

I have two versions on Viewmate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22499

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22500


Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Ruth Rosenberg
New York City


ViewMate translation from Polish #general

Steven Cooper <s.cooper@...>
 

Hello all,

I am new to this forum and to Viewmate. I hope I am following the
guidelines. I have four documents on Viewmate I am hoping to get
translated verbatim (or close to it as possible).

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22506

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22507

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22508

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22509

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application or
directly to me at steve@awoc.ca

Thank you!

Steve Cooper


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation from Polish #general

Steven Cooper <s.cooper@...>
 

Hello all,

I am new to this forum and to Viewmate. I hope I am following the
guidelines. I have four documents on Viewmate I am hoping to get
translated verbatim (or close to it as possible).

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22506

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22507

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22508

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22509

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application or
directly to me at steve@awoc.ca

Thank you!

Steve Cooper


ViewMate Translation Request - German #general

Brian Lehman <blrrcn@...>
 

Hello,
I have added two records to ViewMate for a translation, both are in German.
The first is a death record for Srul SCHUSTER >from Mielnica, Entry 15.
I am requesting a translation of as much as possible, particularly
occupation and cause of death.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22497

The second is the marriage record for Sima SCHUSTER, daughter of Abram and
Frima Schuster, and Moses GERTYLER (last entry).
I would appreciate a translation of as much as possible.
Particularly the Grooms parents names, town, their occupation, etc.
Also,what does the last paragraph say?
I am also confused as to the entry for Sima and her parents being >from Mielnica,
That I knew,but why the mention of Skala?

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22486

Thank you for any help offered,

Take Care,
Brian Lehman

Researching:
Mielnica,Galicia - SCHUSTER, LEHMAN, MENDLOWITZ, WEISSMANN, STELMACH,
SCHNEIDER, GRISCHMANN. Czortkow,Galicia - FISCHTHAL, KLEINMAN, RINTEL,
SCHNEIDER, KAHNER, GRUNBERG. Chrzanow,Galicia - SCHNEIDER,BORENSTEIN,JOSEPH.
Wiznitz,Bukovina - PISTINER,PASTERNACK,FELDMANN,KALER. Muenzenheim,
Germany - DIEDELSCHEIMER,ELSASSER,HABISH,HABICHT,TURKHEIMER.
Warsaw - SILVERSTEIN and similar,GROER. And all variant spellings

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate Translation Request - German #general

Brian Lehman <blrrcn@...>
 

Hello,
I have added two records to ViewMate for a translation, both are in German.
The first is a death record for Srul SCHUSTER >from Mielnica, Entry 15.
I am requesting a translation of as much as possible, particularly
occupation and cause of death.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22497

The second is the marriage record for Sima SCHUSTER, daughter of Abram and
Frima Schuster, and Moses GERTYLER (last entry).
I would appreciate a translation of as much as possible.
Particularly the Grooms parents names, town, their occupation, etc.
Also,what does the last paragraph say?
I am also confused as to the entry for Sima and her parents being >from Mielnica,
That I knew,but why the mention of Skala?

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=22486

Thank you for any help offered,

Take Care,
Brian Lehman

Researching:
Mielnica,Galicia - SCHUSTER, LEHMAN, MENDLOWITZ, WEISSMANN, STELMACH,
SCHNEIDER, GRISCHMANN. Czortkow,Galicia - FISCHTHAL, KLEINMAN, RINTEL,
SCHNEIDER, KAHNER, GRUNBERG. Chrzanow,Galicia - SCHNEIDER,BORENSTEIN,JOSEPH.
Wiznitz,Bukovina - PISTINER,PASTERNACK,FELDMANN,KALER. Muenzenheim,
Germany - DIEDELSCHEIMER,ELSASSER,HABISH,HABICHT,TURKHEIMER.
Warsaw - SILVERSTEIN and similar,GROER. And all variant spellings

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply via the ViewMate application or privately to
Brian via email.

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