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Re: Obertyn #galicia

Madeleine Isenberg
 

The recent posting on the Obertyn cemetery was really painful to learn
about and to see the photos on the link. As one who has been reading
and extracting information >from tombstones for more than 15 years
perhaps it was more painful for me than most.

Online, I found this photo:
http://jewishfamilysearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/19401589_186096154755m-wyzwolone-macejwy-spod-komory-wywioza-na-cmentarza.jpg
that shows the pile of stones retrieved >from the barn before they were
neatly placed along the wall.
[Or this shorter URL: https://tinyurl.com/JFS-cem. -- MOD]


Regards to all GG-ers,

Madeleine Isenberg
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com
Beverly Hills, CA

Researching:
GOLDMAN, STEINER, LANGER, GLUECKSMAN, STOTTER in various
parts of Galicia, Poland, such as: Nowy Targ, Dembno, Wachsmund,
Lopuszna, Ochotnica, possibly Krakow, who migrated into Kezmarok or
nearby Straszky/Nagy-Eor/Nehre, both now in Slovakia. GOLDSTEIN in
Abaujszina (Sena), Szkaros, Szikso, and Kosice, Slovakia; Tolcsva,
Hungary; Possibly Timosoara, Romania


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Obertyn #galicia

Madeleine Isenberg
 

The recent posting on the Obertyn cemetery was really painful to learn
about and to see the photos on the link. As one who has been reading
and extracting information >from tombstones for more than 15 years
perhaps it was more painful for me than most.

Online, I found this photo:
http://jewishfamilysearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/19401589_186096154755m-wyzwolone-macejwy-spod-komory-wywioza-na-cmentarza.jpg
that shows the pile of stones retrieved >from the barn before they were
neatly placed along the wall.
[Or this shorter URL: https://tinyurl.com/JFS-cem. -- MOD]


Regards to all GG-ers,

Madeleine Isenberg
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com
Beverly Hills, CA

Researching:
GOLDMAN, STEINER, LANGER, GLUECKSMAN, STOTTER in various
parts of Galicia, Poland, such as: Nowy Targ, Dembno, Wachsmund,
Lopuszna, Ochotnica, possibly Krakow, who migrated into Kezmarok or
nearby Straszky/Nagy-Eor/Nehre, both now in Slovakia. GOLDSTEIN in
Abaujszina (Sena), Szkaros, Szikso, and Kosice, Slovakia; Tolcsva,
Hungary; Possibly Timosoara, Romania


Seeking information on PILNICK family arrival to UK and origin #unitedkingdom

John Trautwein <j.wolfstone@...>
 

Hi,

My great-grandfather Abram Pilnick (later Pilling) was born in Russia
(approx. 1893) and is listed on the Leeds, UK census in 1901 and 1911
along with his parents, listed as Max/Marks Pilnick (father) and Annie
Pilnick (Mother). Morris, his older brother, also born in Russia,
around 1890, and a little brother, Percy, born in 1900/1901 in Leeds.

I've had little luck discovering their place of origin in Russia, or
any info on when exactly they arrived to the UK.

As his younger Brother, Percy was born in Leeds, England, while his
older brother, my Great-Grandfather, Abram, was born in Russia in
1893, I therefore know that they arrived between 1893 and 1900/1901 to
the UK.

Any information or ideas would be appreciated!

Thank you,

John Wolfstone Trautwein
j.wolfstone@gmail,com
Oakland, California, USA

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately with family information.
Suggestions for research methods or resources may be shared with
the list.


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Seeking information on PILNICK family arrival to UK and origin #unitedkingdom

John Trautwein <j.wolfstone@...>
 

Hi,

My great-grandfather Abram Pilnick (later Pilling) was born in Russia
(approx. 1893) and is listed on the Leeds, UK census in 1901 and 1911
along with his parents, listed as Max/Marks Pilnick (father) and Annie
Pilnick (Mother). Morris, his older brother, also born in Russia,
around 1890, and a little brother, Percy, born in 1900/1901 in Leeds.

I've had little luck discovering their place of origin in Russia, or
any info on when exactly they arrived to the UK.

As his younger Brother, Percy was born in Leeds, England, while his
older brother, my Great-Grandfather, Abram, was born in Russia in
1893, I therefore know that they arrived between 1893 and 1900/1901 to
the UK.

Any information or ideas would be appreciated!

Thank you,

John Wolfstone Trautwein
j.wolfstone@gmail,com
Oakland, California, USA

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately with family information.
Suggestions for research methods or resources may be shared with
the list.


1916-1921 Lodz Registration Card Project is now complete. 230,000 entries added to JRI-Poland. #warsaw #poland

Margalit Ashira Ir
 

Dear fellow researchers:

More than three years ago we embarked on a project to extract and
create a database of the Jewish entries in the huge collection of Lodz
Registration Cards >from 1916 to 1921.
https://jri-poland.org/psa/lodz-registration-card-scans.htm

Like any large initiative, it was difficult to initially grasp the
depth of this project and the time it might take to complete. But we
soon learned that there are more than 262 thousand cards to be
reviewed and, of course, knew that a large percentage would be for
Jewish families. It was clear that to carry out this project would
require many years of engaging with and retaining volunteers.

We soon were able to assemble what turned out to be a dedicated team
of our fellow genealogists who took this project to heart. They
realized that the information in these cards would open vital research
opportunities with the potential for dramatic breakthroughs.

Our volunteers reviewed each card to identify the Jewish families and
then extract the key genealogical information - surnames, given names,
parents=E2=80=99 names, towns of birth, birth date, occupation, marital
status, date of arrival in Lodz, and in some cases, dates of death.

While we had a core group who drove the project forward, along the way
we were joined by dozens of other volunteers doing their share. It
was truly an international group representing the U.S. Israel, Canada,
Spain, France, Belgium, Russia and Argentina. We also had a
Kenya-based company, Digital Divide, volunteer the time of one of
their expert employees.

Some volunteers were with us >from beginning to end, others offered
their help in between business hours, care giving or simply involved
in their families=E2=80=99 day-to-day lives. Each day I could visualize th=
eir
activity on this project, the hours at their computers, diligently
reading through and documenting the names of our Jewish brethren.
Their devotion was a heartwarming example of the power of a united
force carrying out a unique mission. In this case ensuring that all
Jewish names in this collection became new stars in the heavens, their
memory forever ingrained on the web for future generations of their
families to find and treasure.

In fact, I have heard >from countless researchers who have found family
members, often learning about cousins and even entire branches they
never knew existed.

I would also like to extend a special and heartfelt thanks to
JRI-Poland super volunteer Howard Fink who has played such a vital
role in processing the data and preparing it to be uploaded to the
JRI-Poland database.

The Lodz Registration Card Project is now complete and the data is
online. Along the way, we reviewed 262,000 cards and identified more
than 230,000 Jewish individuals. They are now forever part of the
database of Jewish Records of Poland, available for all to find.

As the leader of the Lodz Registration Card 1916-1921 Extraction
Project, I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to bring this
mission to fruition and once again express my heartfelt thanks to the
volunteers who made this long journey a success. Yasher Koach to each
and every one of the volunteers.

Shabbat Shalom,
Margalit Ashira Ir
Lodz Registration Card Project Leader
JRI-POLAND


Online Conference Registration Closing on July 20 #warsaw #poland

IAJGS Conference Chairs
 

The 39th IAJGS Conference on Jewish Genealogy starts in just two weeks! We
want to alert everyone to the fact that the online registration system
will close down automatically at the end of the day on Saturday, July 20,
just one week >from now. Visit the conference website at
https://www.iajgs2019.org .

After July 20, meal orders cannot be changed, and no additional meals may
be ordered.

Walk-in registration is allowed at the conference, but the registration
fee will be $50 higher. The cost of the audio recordings with slides will
also be higher at the conference, and even higher after the conference.

Jay Sage
Communications Chair


Salata Abraham family search #warsaw #poland

Izhar Atzmon <izharatzmon@...>
 

I am searching for my family relatives across the universe.
My GGF Abraham Zelig Salata (dob1862) had 3 sons:
David (dob1898), Meyer and Roman.
His wife was Lea /(Charlotte?) Federstock
and she had a a live poultry shop in the ghetto 1925-1926
Any info would be greatly appreciated preferably to family relatives.

Isaac Salata


Searching for Birth of My Grandfather Isidor Bergman #warsaw #poland

abergman <abergman@...>
 

I am turning to you for assistance with my family's history. =C2=A0Most of =
my relatives emigrated to the US between 1870 and 1902. =C2=A0I have found =
many ships' manifests and other documents in relation to my family. =C2=A0H=
owever, there is one large missing link, my grandfather, Isidor Bergman, wh=
o was born in Warsaw on May 22, 1880 or 1882. =C2=A0(Some US documents show=
1880; others 1882.) =C2=A0His story is interesting. =C2=A0I had heard from=
my father that he (and a half brother) was brought to the US in 1890 or 18=
92 by his mother (Felicia or Feige Kierer Bergman) and left with an aunt (D=
ora Kierer Weinhandler) who married a wealthy German Jewish feather merchan=
t. =C2=A0The "story" was that Felicia (a concert pianist) "deposited" her t=
wo sons and said that she was going back to Europe to do a concert and neve=
r returned to the US. =C2=A0I have done considerable research myself and fo=
und that the Weinhandlers have a family burial plot in Queens, NY. =C2=A0I =
went to visit the plot and lo and behold, I found a tombstone for my great-=
grandmother, Felicia who died in 1907. The Hebrew indicates that she was an=
"important" woman. =C2=A0Interestingly enough, the tombstone indicates her=
maiden name (Kierer or Keyrer) which is unusual for Jewish families. =C2=
=A0In looking at the tombstones of her sisters, I determined that her fathe=
r was Yitzchak Zvi Kierer and then I found photos of the tombstone of Yitzc=
hak and his wife Etta in Warsaw at the Okopowa Street Cemetery.=C2=A0
=C2=A0
I contacted and paid for a record search for my grandfather in Poland (arch=
iwum@warszawa.ap.gov.pl) and they said that there were no records. =C2=A0I =
am interested in finding any records about my grandfather, Isidor Bergman (=
his father was Avraham according to his tombstone, but it was SIMON on his =
Ketubah) and his mother, Felcia Kierer Bergman.
Abby Bergman
New York


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland 1916-1921 Lodz Registration Card Project is now complete. 230,000 entries added to JRI-Poland. #warsaw #poland

Margalit Ashira Ir
 

Dear fellow researchers:

More than three years ago we embarked on a project to extract and
create a database of the Jewish entries in the huge collection of Lodz
Registration Cards >from 1916 to 1921.
https://jri-poland.org/psa/lodz-registration-card-scans.htm

Like any large initiative, it was difficult to initially grasp the
depth of this project and the time it might take to complete. But we
soon learned that there are more than 262 thousand cards to be
reviewed and, of course, knew that a large percentage would be for
Jewish families. It was clear that to carry out this project would
require many years of engaging with and retaining volunteers.

We soon were able to assemble what turned out to be a dedicated team
of our fellow genealogists who took this project to heart. They
realized that the information in these cards would open vital research
opportunities with the potential for dramatic breakthroughs.

Our volunteers reviewed each card to identify the Jewish families and
then extract the key genealogical information - surnames, given names,
parents=E2=80=99 names, towns of birth, birth date, occupation, marital
status, date of arrival in Lodz, and in some cases, dates of death.

While we had a core group who drove the project forward, along the way
we were joined by dozens of other volunteers doing their share. It
was truly an international group representing the U.S. Israel, Canada,
Spain, France, Belgium, Russia and Argentina. We also had a
Kenya-based company, Digital Divide, volunteer the time of one of
their expert employees.

Some volunteers were with us >from beginning to end, others offered
their help in between business hours, care giving or simply involved
in their families=E2=80=99 day-to-day lives. Each day I could visualize th=
eir
activity on this project, the hours at their computers, diligently
reading through and documenting the names of our Jewish brethren.
Their devotion was a heartwarming example of the power of a united
force carrying out a unique mission. In this case ensuring that all
Jewish names in this collection became new stars in the heavens, their
memory forever ingrained on the web for future generations of their
families to find and treasure.

In fact, I have heard >from countless researchers who have found family
members, often learning about cousins and even entire branches they
never knew existed.

I would also like to extend a special and heartfelt thanks to
JRI-Poland super volunteer Howard Fink who has played such a vital
role in processing the data and preparing it to be uploaded to the
JRI-Poland database.

The Lodz Registration Card Project is now complete and the data is
online. Along the way, we reviewed 262,000 cards and identified more
than 230,000 Jewish individuals. They are now forever part of the
database of Jewish Records of Poland, available for all to find.

As the leader of the Lodz Registration Card 1916-1921 Extraction
Project, I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to bring this
mission to fruition and once again express my heartfelt thanks to the
volunteers who made this long journey a success. Yasher Koach to each
and every one of the volunteers.

Shabbat Shalom,
Margalit Ashira Ir
Lodz Registration Card Project Leader
JRI-POLAND


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Online Conference Registration Closing on July 20 #warsaw #poland

IAJGS Conference Chairs
 

The 39th IAJGS Conference on Jewish Genealogy starts in just two weeks! We
want to alert everyone to the fact that the online registration system
will close down automatically at the end of the day on Saturday, July 20,
just one week >from now. Visit the conference website at
https://www.iajgs2019.org .

After July 20, meal orders cannot be changed, and no additional meals may
be ordered.

Walk-in registration is allowed at the conference, but the registration
fee will be $50 higher. The cost of the audio recordings with slides will
also be higher at the conference, and even higher after the conference.

Jay Sage
Communications Chair


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Salata Abraham family search #warsaw #poland

Izhar Atzmon <izharatzmon@...>
 

I am searching for my family relatives across the universe.
My GGF Abraham Zelig Salata (dob1862) had 3 sons:
David (dob1898), Meyer and Roman.
His wife was Lea /(Charlotte?) Federstock
and she had a a live poultry shop in the ghetto 1925-1926
Any info would be greatly appreciated preferably to family relatives.

Isaac Salata


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Searching for Birth of My Grandfather Isidor Bergman #warsaw #poland

abergman <abergman@...>
 

I am turning to you for assistance with my family's history. =C2=A0Most of =
my relatives emigrated to the US between 1870 and 1902. =C2=A0I have found =
many ships' manifests and other documents in relation to my family. =C2=A0H=
owever, there is one large missing link, my grandfather, Isidor Bergman, wh=
o was born in Warsaw on May 22, 1880 or 1882. =C2=A0(Some US documents show=
1880; others 1882.) =C2=A0His story is interesting. =C2=A0I had heard from=
my father that he (and a half brother) was brought to the US in 1890 or 18=
92 by his mother (Felicia or Feige Kierer Bergman) and left with an aunt (D=
ora Kierer Weinhandler) who married a wealthy German Jewish feather merchan=
t. =C2=A0The "story" was that Felicia (a concert pianist) "deposited" her t=
wo sons and said that she was going back to Europe to do a concert and neve=
r returned to the US. =C2=A0I have done considerable research myself and fo=
und that the Weinhandlers have a family burial plot in Queens, NY. =C2=A0I =
went to visit the plot and lo and behold, I found a tombstone for my great-=
grandmother, Felicia who died in 1907. The Hebrew indicates that she was an=
"important" woman. =C2=A0Interestingly enough, the tombstone indicates her=
maiden name (Kierer or Keyrer) which is unusual for Jewish families. =C2=
=A0In looking at the tombstones of her sisters, I determined that her fathe=
r was Yitzchak Zvi Kierer and then I found photos of the tombstone of Yitzc=
hak and his wife Etta in Warsaw at the Okopowa Street Cemetery.=C2=A0
=C2=A0
I contacted and paid for a record search for my grandfather in Poland (arch=
iwum@warszawa.ap.gov.pl) and they said that there were no records. =C2=A0I =
am interested in finding any records about my grandfather, Isidor Bergman (=
his father was Avraham according to his tombstone, but it was SIMON on his =
Ketubah) and his mother, Felcia Kierer Bergman.
Abby Bergman
New York


LitvakSIG at Upcoming IAJGS Conference - BOF Update #lithuania

Barry Halpern
 

My message the other day omitted on of our BOF (Birds of a Feather)
meetings at the upcoming IAJGS Conference in Cleveland: Svencionys

Following is a list of the BOF groups that will be meeting and may be
of interest to Litvaks. You'll need to check the online program guide
(or the conference app) to confirm the day/time/location of each of
the meetings, or the conference app on your smartphone or tablet.

Kupiskis and Rokiskis
Siaulai District Research Group
Vilnius District Research Group and Vilnius Household Registers
Lida/Oshmiany Research Groups
Podzelva
Svencionys District Research Group
Trakai District Research Group
Klaipeda District Research Group


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania LitvakSIG at Upcoming IAJGS Conference - BOF Update #lithuania

Barry Halpern
 

My message the other day omitted on of our BOF (Birds of a Feather)
meetings at the upcoming IAJGS Conference in Cleveland: Svencionys

Following is a list of the BOF groups that will be meeting and may be
of interest to Litvaks. You'll need to check the online program guide
(or the conference app) to confirm the day/time/location of each of
the meetings, or the conference app on your smartphone or tablet.

Kupiskis and Rokiskis
Siaulai District Research Group
Vilnius District Research Group and Vilnius Household Registers
Lida/Oshmiany Research Groups
Podzelva
Svencionys District Research Group
Trakai District Research Group
Klaipeda District Research Group


GerSIG at IAJGS Conference in Cleveland #germany

Alex Calzareth
 

Dear GerSIG Members,

The start of the 39th IAJGS Jewish Genealogy Conference in Cleveland
is only two weeks away!

The JewishGen German-Jewish Special Interest Group (GerSIG) looks
forward to seeing many familiar faces, first-time attendees and those
new to researching Jewish ancestors in Germany. Please send us a quick
email at gersigweb@gmail.com to let us know if you'll be joining us
in Cleveland.

There are two GerSIG meal events during the conference:
Tuesday, July 30 at 8 AM - Breakfast with the Experts with Roger
Lustig and Alex Calzareth
Thursday, August 1 at 12:15 PM - GerSIG Luncheon where Karen Franklin
and Alex Calzareth will speak on new indexing for historical compiled
German-Jewish Family Trees and other German research updates

Registration for the meals closes on July 20th. The breakfast appears
to be sold out but tickets can still be purchased for the luncheon.

The annual GerSIG business meeting will take place after the luncheon
on Thursday, August 1st at 1:45pm.

There are several presentation related to Germany and German-speaking
Jews throughout the conference:

Sunday, July 28 at 4:15 PM - After the Shoah, Honor Your Family by
Restoring German Citizenship, Stolpersteine, and the Ancestral Tour
by Miriam Zimmerman and Michael Loewenstein

Monday, July 29 at 1:45 PM - Resources for Researching Refugees in
World War II: The Case of Max Neugass by Karen Franklin
Tuesday, July 30 at 9:15 AM - Jewish Genealogy in the Germanies
by Roger Lustig

Tuesday, July 30 at 1:45 PM - The STRAUSS Family of Cleveland - a
Pioneering Jewish Family by Linda Levine

Friday, August 2 at 9:15 AM - The Flatow Fiction: When Records Deceive
by Roger Lustig

Additional presentations touch on the German-Jewish immigrant
communities in Ohio:

Monday, July 29 at 9:15 AM - An Introduction to the Cleveland Jewish
Archives by Sean Martin

Monday, July 29 at 10:45 AM - Researching Louis Loeb, a Cleveland
Native Son and Jewish-American Artist on the World Stage by Joy
Kestenbaum
Monday, July 29 at 3:15 PM Genealogical Gems: Jewish History and
Research in Central Ohio by Toby Brief and Elizabeth Plummer

GerSIG will also be at the SHARE fair held on Sunday, July 30 from
11:30 AM to 2:30 PM .


Alex Calzareth Long Island City, New York gersigweb@gmail.com
on behalf of the GerSIG team


German SIG #Germany GerSIG at IAJGS Conference in Cleveland #germany

Alex Calzareth
 

Dear GerSIG Members,

The start of the 39th IAJGS Jewish Genealogy Conference in Cleveland
is only two weeks away!

The JewishGen German-Jewish Special Interest Group (GerSIG) looks
forward to seeing many familiar faces, first-time attendees and those
new to researching Jewish ancestors in Germany. Please send us a quick
email at gersigweb@gmail.com to let us know if you'll be joining us
in Cleveland.

There are two GerSIG meal events during the conference:
Tuesday, July 30 at 8 AM - Breakfast with the Experts with Roger
Lustig and Alex Calzareth
Thursday, August 1 at 12:15 PM - GerSIG Luncheon where Karen Franklin
and Alex Calzareth will speak on new indexing for historical compiled
German-Jewish Family Trees and other German research updates

Registration for the meals closes on July 20th. The breakfast appears
to be sold out but tickets can still be purchased for the luncheon.

The annual GerSIG business meeting will take place after the luncheon
on Thursday, August 1st at 1:45pm.

There are several presentation related to Germany and German-speaking
Jews throughout the conference:

Sunday, July 28 at 4:15 PM - After the Shoah, Honor Your Family by
Restoring German Citizenship, Stolpersteine, and the Ancestral Tour
by Miriam Zimmerman and Michael Loewenstein

Monday, July 29 at 1:45 PM - Resources for Researching Refugees in
World War II: The Case of Max Neugass by Karen Franklin
Tuesday, July 30 at 9:15 AM - Jewish Genealogy in the Germanies
by Roger Lustig

Tuesday, July 30 at 1:45 PM - The STRAUSS Family of Cleveland - a
Pioneering Jewish Family by Linda Levine

Friday, August 2 at 9:15 AM - The Flatow Fiction: When Records Deceive
by Roger Lustig

Additional presentations touch on the German-Jewish immigrant
communities in Ohio:

Monday, July 29 at 9:15 AM - An Introduction to the Cleveland Jewish
Archives by Sean Martin

Monday, July 29 at 10:45 AM - Researching Louis Loeb, a Cleveland
Native Son and Jewish-American Artist on the World Stage by Joy
Kestenbaum
Monday, July 29 at 3:15 PM Genealogical Gems: Jewish History and
Research in Central Ohio by Toby Brief and Elizabeth Plummer

GerSIG will also be at the SHARE fair held on Sunday, July 30 from
11:30 AM to 2:30 PM .


Alex Calzareth Long Island City, New York gersigweb@gmail.com
on behalf of the GerSIG team


(Ireland) 2021 Census Will Permit Option for Personalized Message #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The National Archives of Ireland Central Statistics Office (CSO) has a
unique idea: permitting 2021 census respondents to leave a personalized
message on their census to be available when the census becomes public in
100 years! As genealogists wouldn't we all want to write something for our
descendants or community on what we believe is important in that moment in
time. People are free to write whatever they want. Staff will not be
analyzing the messages. The time capsule part is on the same paper as the
census not generating any additional costs.

The next census will take place on Sunday 18 April 2021. Eight new questions
will appear on the form, which will be on renewable energy sources, internet
access and devices, smoke alarms, smoking, working >from home, volunteering,
childcare and travelling home >from work, school or college. Changes were
agreed to 25 existing questions including disability, ethnic group, religion
and the Irish language.

To read more see: https://tinyurl.com/y3tuusmb
Original url:
https://www.cso.ie/en/csolatestnews/pressreleases/2019pressreleases/pressstatementcensus2021dateandquestionsapprovedbygovernment/

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (Ireland) 2021 Census Will Permit Option for Personalized Message #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The National Archives of Ireland Central Statistics Office (CSO) has a
unique idea: permitting 2021 census respondents to leave a personalized
message on their census to be available when the census becomes public in
100 years! As genealogists wouldn't we all want to write something for our
descendants or community on what we believe is important in that moment in
time. People are free to write whatever they want. Staff will not be
analyzing the messages. The time capsule part is on the same paper as the
census not generating any additional costs.

The next census will take place on Sunday 18 April 2021. Eight new questions
will appear on the form, which will be on renewable energy sources, internet
access and devices, smoke alarms, smoking, working >from home, volunteering,
childcare and travelling home >from work, school or college. Changes were
agreed to 25 existing questions including disability, ethnic group, religion
and the Irish language.

To read more see: https://tinyurl.com/y3tuusmb
Original url:
https://www.cso.ie/en/csolatestnews/pressreleases/2019pressreleases/pressstatementcensus2021dateandquestionsapprovedbygovernment/

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Evelyn Shapero and Bahrier family #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Evelyn Shapero who posted
Pages of Testimony for members of the Baharier family which traces
back to rabbinic roots.
IN 2006 she was living in Oxley, Herts, UK. Here barch of the Baharier
family were >from Lodz before the Holocaust.

Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Evelyn Shapero and Bahrier family #rabbinic

Neil@...
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Evelyn Shapero who posted
Pages of Testimony for members of the Baharier family which traces
back to rabbinic roots.
IN 2006 she was living in Oxley, Herts, UK. Here barch of the Baharier
family were >from Lodz before the Holocaust.

Neil Rosenstein

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.

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