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Re: Kinderstransport - finding information about those no longer with us #austria-czech

Tom Heinersdorff <tom.heinersdorff@...>
 

In a July message to this list, Lin Herz asked:
"Did anyone who is on this list who was on the kindertransport know my
mother's cousin Horst ROSENBERG, he would have been about 13. (I'm not sure
what month he went). He is deceased, but my mom would be interested to learn
more about his experiences at that time."

Finding information about a child on the Kindertransport who has alas died
is not as impossible as it may seem. Here is how one might approach this:

1: the only remaining original record of the Kinder is of the some 6,000 who
were brought to the UK with the help of the Jewish Refugee Committee (JRC).
That is about 2/3 of the total number of Kindertransportees.

That archive is in the care of Mrs Lilian Levy, and is held at the Association
of Jewish Refugees (AJR) in London. So the first step would be to email Mrs Levy
(email: jrc (at) ajr.org.uk) to ask her whether she has a record for the
Kindertransportee of interest, and if so, what data such a record holds as to
the date and place of arrival, reception camps they were at, and any other facts.

2: download >from http://www.ajr.org.uk/kindersurvey the tabulation of the
AJR's own Kindertransport research, completed in 2008, and which gives a
unique databank of information about over 1000 surviving Kinder and their
fates during and after the war years. This databank can be simply analysed
using a spreadsheet such as Excel. You might look for Kinder who arrived the
same day, or who were taken to the same reception camp or who came >from the
same continental city. Make a note of their reference number in column A.

3: when you find likely comrades of the Kindertransportee of interest,
contact Andrea Goodmaker at the AJR (email: andrea (at) ajr.org.uk) and ask
her to put you in touch with the person whose reference number you noted.
Although the survey was carried out under a promise of anonymity, the AJR
does know who the respondents were and is able to act as intermediary to put
people in contact. Good luck with such urgent research!

Tom Heinersdorff, London, UK tom.heinersdorff@btinternet.com

researching: CHAT Neu Rausnitz/Rousinov, Budapest, Graz, Vienna;
MENZEL Vienna, London, Melbourne, Diekirch, (Austria, UK, Australia, Luxembourg)
NEUMANN Hungary, Graz, Vienna (Hungary, Austria)
COHNER Graz, Vienna; FOGES Vienna; TOFFLER Vienna, USA TILLER Vienna
HEINERSDORFF Breslau/Wroclaw (Poland) PRINZ Breslau/Wroclaw
FRIEDLAENDER Glogau PL & Berlin; SCHULZKE Potsdam (Germany); FRANZ Berlin
BOLTE Langendreer, Dortmund, Cappenberg (Westfalen, Germany)

Please thank those who help you and support GerSIG, ViewMate and JewishGen
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors0.html
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


German SIG #Germany Re: Kinderstransport - finding information about those no longer with us #germany

Tom Heinersdorff <tom.heinersdorff@...>
 

In a July message to this list, Lin Herz asked:
"Did anyone who is on this list who was on the kindertransport know my
mother's cousin Horst ROSENBERG, he would have been about 13. (I'm not sure
what month he went). He is deceased, but my mom would be interested to learn
more about his experiences at that time."

Finding information about a child on the Kindertransport who has alas died
is not as impossible as it may seem. Here is how one might approach this:

1: the only remaining original record of the Kinder is of the some 6,000 who
were brought to the UK with the help of the Jewish Refugee Committee (JRC).
That is about 2/3 of the total number of Kindertransportees.

That archive is in the care of Mrs Lilian Levy, and is held at the Association
of Jewish Refugees (AJR) in London. So the first step would be to email Mrs Levy
(email: jrc (at) ajr.org.uk) to ask her whether she has a record for the
Kindertransportee of interest, and if so, what data such a record holds as to
the date and place of arrival, reception camps they were at, and any other facts.

2: download >from http://www.ajr.org.uk/kindersurvey the tabulation of the
AJR's own Kindertransport research, completed in 2008, and which gives a
unique databank of information about over 1000 surviving Kinder and their
fates during and after the war years. This databank can be simply analysed
using a spreadsheet such as Excel. You might look for Kinder who arrived the
same day, or who were taken to the same reception camp or who came >from the
same continental city. Make a note of their reference number in column A.

3: when you find likely comrades of the Kindertransportee of interest,
contact Andrea Goodmaker at the AJR (email: andrea (at) ajr.org.uk) and ask
her to put you in touch with the person whose reference number you noted.
Although the survey was carried out under a promise of anonymity, the AJR
does know who the respondents were and is able to act as intermediary to put
people in contact. Good luck with such urgent research!

Tom Heinersdorff, London, UK tom.heinersdorff@btinternet.com

researching: CHAT Neu Rausnitz/Rousinov, Budapest, Graz, Vienna;
MENZEL Vienna, London, Melbourne, Diekirch, (Austria, UK, Australia, Luxembourg)
NEUMANN Hungary, Graz, Vienna (Hungary, Austria)
COHNER Graz, Vienna; FOGES Vienna; TOFFLER Vienna, USA TILLER Vienna
HEINERSDORFF Breslau/Wroclaw (Poland) PRINZ Breslau/Wroclaw
FRIEDLAENDER Glogau PL & Berlin; SCHULZKE Potsdam (Germany); FRANZ Berlin
BOLTE Langendreer, Dortmund, Cappenberg (Westfalen, Germany)

Please thank those who help you and support GerSIG, ViewMate and JewishGen
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors0.html
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Re: ViewMate transcription, German, 1816 CALNEK, CASPARY, STIEGLITZ, WOLFF #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Dear Irene:
The STIEGLITZ and MARC(US) families were court Jews in Waldeck, not
Hessen. (It's just to the west of Kassel, but was an independent
principality until after WW I.)

"Hessian" when applied to the German mercenaries who fought on the
British side in the American War of Independence is something of an
umbrella term. Waldeck, which financed a lot of its operations via
mercenaries, sent a regiment or two. But Jacob CALNEK was not among
them. He served a regiment >from Ansbach in Bavaria, which was at that
time ruled by the Hohenzollern but not (yet) united with
Brandenburg/Prussia.

Both the STIEGLITZ and MARC families converted and had famous
offspring. The STIEGLITZes became court bankers to the Czar; and among
the MARC descendants was the painter Franz MARC.

By the way, Waldeck had a 3rd family of court Jews, who later also
converted. Their name? WITTGENSTEIN. Yes, *those* WITTGENSTEINs.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA Research coordinator, GerSIG

On 8/18/2013 Irene Newhouse <einew137@yahoo.com> wrote:
I have posted on ViewMate scans of a letter sent in 1816 by Carl (Abraham) Caspary of Berlin
to his brother-in-law Jacob CALNEK in Nova Scotia. Other family members mentions are
Drs. WOLFF and STIEGLITZ.
Most of the letter has been transcribed & translated, but there are some problem sections,
due not only to penmanship, but the ink bleeding through >from the other side of the page.
I would greatly appreciate help in decoding the parts outlined in red. The URLs are:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM28644
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM28645
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM28646
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM28647
The sisters whom the men married are descendants of Rabbi Isaac HAMELN/GOLDSCHMIDT,
brother of Glueckel of Hameln's first husband Chaim. The STIEGLITZ and MARCUS families
were inter-related families who financed the court of Hesse, source of the Hessian mercenaries
who fought for the British during the American Revolution. Jacob CALNEK, the only member of
the family to assume that surname, seems to have accompanied the Hessian troops in a financial
capacity. I speculate that the Landgrave of Hesse wanted someone he trusted to oversee the
troops' expenditures while abroad, in order to protect his profit >from the deal. At the end of
the Revolution, the cash-strapped British government offered mercenaries land in Canada in
lieu of pay. Jacob CALNEK accepted the offer, although it was tied to his conversion to
Christianity. His wife & children came over >from Berlin, and the family became one of the
founding families of Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.


German SIG #Germany Re: ViewMate transcription, German, 1816 CALNEK, CASPARY, STIEGLITZ, WOLFF #germany

Roger Lustig
 

Dear Irene:
The STIEGLITZ and MARC(US) families were court Jews in Waldeck, not
Hessen. (It's just to the west of Kassel, but was an independent
principality until after WW I.)

"Hessian" when applied to the German mercenaries who fought on the
British side in the American War of Independence is something of an
umbrella term. Waldeck, which financed a lot of its operations via
mercenaries, sent a regiment or two. But Jacob CALNEK was not among
them. He served a regiment >from Ansbach in Bavaria, which was at that
time ruled by the Hohenzollern but not (yet) united with
Brandenburg/Prussia.

Both the STIEGLITZ and MARC families converted and had famous
offspring. The STIEGLITZes became court bankers to the Czar; and among
the MARC descendants was the painter Franz MARC.

By the way, Waldeck had a 3rd family of court Jews, who later also
converted. Their name? WITTGENSTEIN. Yes, *those* WITTGENSTEINs.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA Research coordinator, GerSIG

On 8/18/2013 Irene Newhouse <einew137@yahoo.com> wrote:
I have posted on ViewMate scans of a letter sent in 1816 by Carl (Abraham) Caspary of Berlin
to his brother-in-law Jacob CALNEK in Nova Scotia. Other family members mentions are
Drs. WOLFF and STIEGLITZ.
Most of the letter has been transcribed & translated, but there are some problem sections,
due not only to penmanship, but the ink bleeding through >from the other side of the page.
I would greatly appreciate help in decoding the parts outlined in red. The URLs are:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM28644
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM28645
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM28646
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM28647
The sisters whom the men married are descendants of Rabbi Isaac HAMELN/GOLDSCHMIDT,
brother of Glueckel of Hameln's first husband Chaim. The STIEGLITZ and MARCUS families
were inter-related families who financed the court of Hesse, source of the Hessian mercenaries
who fought for the British during the American Revolution. Jacob CALNEK, the only member of
the family to assume that surname, seems to have accompanied the Hessian troops in a financial
capacity. I speculate that the Landgrave of Hesse wanted someone he trusted to oversee the
troops' expenditures while abroad, in order to protect his profit >from the deal. At the end of
the Revolution, the cash-strapped British government offered mercenaries land in Canada in
lieu of pay. Jacob CALNEK accepted the offer, although it was tied to his conversion to
Christianity. His wife & children came over >from Berlin, and the family became one of the
founding families of Annapolis County, Nova Scotia.


House Numbers on Lviv Records #galicia

Ellen Korpi <korpi@...>
 

Is there any way to correlate the Lviv house numbers >from the 1800s
with actual locations to see which houses were in the same
neighborhood?

Ellen Korpi
Wellesley, MA

Searching in Lviv: FELD, WOSK, ORDNER, CHAMAJDES, URICH, JONAS,
SCHIMMEL, CZOPP, BARACH, KATZ


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia House Numbers on Lviv Records #galicia

Ellen Korpi <korpi@...>
 

Is there any way to correlate the Lviv house numbers >from the 1800s
with actual locations to see which houses were in the same
neighborhood?

Ellen Korpi
Wellesley, MA

Searching in Lviv: FELD, WOSK, ORDNER, CHAMAJDES, URICH, JONAS,
SCHIMMEL, CZOPP, BARACH, KATZ


Genealogical Conference postings #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Genealogists,

I would like to post several messages to our Bessarabia SIG Discussion group
on topics related to the International Jewish Genealogical Conference we had
in Boston this month:

1. My personal experience at the conference? What I did there?
2. Why you need to go to the conference next time?
3. What seminars, lectures I would like to hear at the next conferences on
Bessarabian topics?

I will let you know my opinion and post these and some other messages next
week, and also want you to participate in discussions and let us know about
your experience.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania.


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Genealogical Conference postings #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Genealogists,

I would like to post several messages to our Bessarabia SIG Discussion group
on topics related to the International Jewish Genealogical Conference we had
in Boston this month:

1. My personal experience at the conference? What I did there?
2. Why you need to go to the conference next time?
3. What seminars, lectures I would like to hear at the next conferences on
Bessarabian topics?

I will let you know my opinion and post these and some other messages next
week, and also want you to participate in discussions and let us know about
your experience.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania.


Soroka Cemetery #bessarabia

Anita <lingan2204@...>
 

"Ghosts in Soroka", a story on the Bessarabia-Sig site, is written by a Brock Peirman.
In that story he gives a link to Civic Ancestry where we can find more info.This is his business.
There is nothing on the Civic Ancestry site about the cemetery in Soroka. This is my confusion.
He states in the story "Ghosts in Soroka" that he would post the list of names in the Soroka
Cemetery in 2012. As far as I know, this has not come to fruition. I want/need to know those
names as all my searching dead ends in sparse info about Soroka that is online.
I traveled to Soroka in 2005 and ofcourse went to the cemetery. We asked the "caretaker" for
a list and the person who works at the Synagogue and they had no list because the cemetery
is in need of major repair. I contacted Brock Peirman to see if there is a fee to obtain the
information but have not heard back >from him. It seems counter to Jewish Gen that someone
would 'sell' their information when so many people, like the volunteers at Jewish Gen, are
volunteering time and energy. On the Civic Ancestry site there in nothing about Bessarabia.
Other than New England history I see nothing about Jewish history anywhere on his Civic
Ancestry site. Has anyone had contact with Civic Ancestry?

Sincerely, Anita Rosenberg

TREIBITZ, SHAPIRO

Soroka, Bessarabia


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Soroka Cemetery #bessarabia

Anita <lingan2204@...>
 

"Ghosts in Soroka", a story on the Bessarabia-Sig site, is written by a Brock Peirman.
In that story he gives a link to Civic Ancestry where we can find more info.This is his business.
There is nothing on the Civic Ancestry site about the cemetery in Soroka. This is my confusion.
He states in the story "Ghosts in Soroka" that he would post the list of names in the Soroka
Cemetery in 2012. As far as I know, this has not come to fruition. I want/need to know those
names as all my searching dead ends in sparse info about Soroka that is online.
I traveled to Soroka in 2005 and ofcourse went to the cemetery. We asked the "caretaker" for
a list and the person who works at the Synagogue and they had no list because the cemetery
is in need of major repair. I contacted Brock Peirman to see if there is a fee to obtain the
information but have not heard back >from him. It seems counter to Jewish Gen that someone
would 'sell' their information when so many people, like the volunteers at Jewish Gen, are
volunteering time and energy. On the Civic Ancestry site there in nothing about Bessarabia.
Other than New England history I see nothing about Jewish history anywhere on his Civic
Ancestry site. Has anyone had contact with Civic Ancestry?

Sincerely, Anita Rosenberg

TREIBITZ, SHAPIRO

Soroka, Bessarabia


Resource covering Kalisz rabbis? #lodz #poland

Martin Davis <dawidowicz@...>
 

David Perle was seeking information about Kalisz and his ancestor, a rabbi,
who originated >from that town.

I would suggest that David reviews the Polish vital records that may exist
about his ancestor; as family tradition is always a helpful guide but
unfortunately is no substitute for the hard graft of research.

A lot of work has been done to index the Jewish records of the town and this
information can be accessed via http://jri-poland.org/town/kalisz.htm .

Also a very good source for general information on Jewish Kalisz (pronounced
Kalish) is the Jewish Virtual History site page for the town at
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/judaica/ejud_0002_0011_0_10638.html .

Martin Davis
London (UK)


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Resource covering Kalisz rabbis? #lodz #poland

Martin Davis <dawidowicz@...>
 

David Perle was seeking information about Kalisz and his ancestor, a rabbi,
who originated >from that town.

I would suggest that David reviews the Polish vital records that may exist
about his ancestor; as family tradition is always a helpful guide but
unfortunately is no substitute for the hard graft of research.

A lot of work has been done to index the Jewish records of the town and this
information can be accessed via http://jri-poland.org/town/kalisz.htm .

Also a very good source for general information on Jewish Kalisz (pronounced
Kalish) is the Jewish Virtual History site page for the town at
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/judaica/ejud_0002_0011_0_10638.html .

Martin Davis
London (UK)


House Numbers on Lviv Records #poland

Ellen Korpi <korpi@...>
 

Is there any way to correlate the Lviv house numbers >from the 1800s with
actual locations to see which houses were in the same neighborhood?

Ellen Korpi
Wellesley, MA

Searching in Lviv: FELD, WOSK, ORDNER, CHAMAJDES, URICH, JONAS, SCHIMMEL,
CZOPP, BARACH, KATZ


JRI Poland #Poland House Numbers on Lviv Records #poland

Ellen Korpi <korpi@...>
 

Is there any way to correlate the Lviv house numbers >from the 1800s with
actual locations to see which houses were in the same neighborhood?

Ellen Korpi
Wellesley, MA

Searching in Lviv: FELD, WOSK, ORDNER, CHAMAJDES, URICH, JONAS, SCHIMMEL,
CZOPP, BARACH, KATZ


Posen (Poznan), Poland, circa 1875 and Jewish Life There #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

For those of you who either have an interest in the old Polish capital of
Posen, or simply a curiosity to read the observations of a Jew visiting
Posen in the year 1875, please visit the latest old article I've posted on
my website, the Museum of Family History.

The author of the article, during one afternoon, passed through the streets
of Posen in which most of the Jewish inhabitants had their synagogues, and
institutions, and perhaps their homes. Though we can't physically go back in
time, why not read about it and imagine what it might have been like to live
there at that time?

The link to this article is www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/posen.htm

You can ready many other such articles on my website by visiting its
Newspaper Archive page at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/archive-newspaper.htm

Regards,
Steve Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/museumoffamilyhistory


JRI Poland #Poland Posen (Poznan), Poland, circa 1875 and Jewish Life There #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

For those of you who either have an interest in the old Polish capital of
Posen, or simply a curiosity to read the observations of a Jew visiting
Posen in the year 1875, please visit the latest old article I've posted on
my website, the Museum of Family History.

The author of the article, during one afternoon, passed through the streets
of Posen in which most of the Jewish inhabitants had their synagogues, and
institutions, and perhaps their homes. Though we can't physically go back in
time, why not read about it and imagine what it might have been like to live
there at that time?

The link to this article is www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/posen.htm

You can ready many other such articles on my website by visiting its
Newspaper Archive page at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/archive-newspaper.htm

Regards,
Steve Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/museumoffamilyhistory


Looking for descendents of Sam Green #poland

ehfurman@...
 

Dear Bialystokers,

One of our members at the Negev branch of the Israel Genealogical
Society asked me to help him to find family relatives in US.
The only info he have about them is a letter written on April 21,1962
in Spanish. Name and address of the person who wrote this letter is:
Sam Green XXXX 203 (Street or Place, not stated),
Edmonds, Washington.

I would be most appreciative of any help any of you could give and
Find any of possible descendents of Sam Green.
In case the copy of the original letter will help, please let me know.
Thank you in advance.

May the coming 5774 New Year will bring you good health and much
happiness.

Shalom >from Israel,
Chana Furman, Kirayt Gat

Chana & Emmanuel Furman
ehfurman@netvision.net.il

MODERATOR'S NOTE: House number replaced with XXXX for privacy reasons.
For exact house number, please write to Chana privately.


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Looking for descendents of Sam Green #poland

ehfurman@...
 

Dear Bialystokers,

One of our members at the Negev branch of the Israel Genealogical
Society asked me to help him to find family relatives in US.
The only info he have about them is a letter written on April 21,1962
in Spanish. Name and address of the person who wrote this letter is:
Sam Green XXXX 203 (Street or Place, not stated),
Edmonds, Washington.

I would be most appreciative of any help any of you could give and
Find any of possible descendents of Sam Green.
In case the copy of the original letter will help, please let me know.
Thank you in advance.

May the coming 5774 New Year will bring you good health and much
happiness.

Shalom >from Israel,
Chana Furman, Kirayt Gat

Chana & Emmanuel Furman
ehfurman@netvision.net.il

MODERATOR'S NOTE: House number replaced with XXXX for privacy reasons.
For exact house number, please write to Chana privately.


MELLER Family #lithuania

Joan Kramer
 

Hello all,

I have posted this query in the past and hope that perhaps this time,
someone will have some information.

I am trying to find out whether the two children of Daniel MELLER and
his wife, Dora RUBENSTEIN MELLER, ever married and had children.

Their son, Solomon MELLER was born in 1906 in Johannesburg, SAR;
daughter Sophie MELLLER was born in Johannesburg in 1910.

Daniel MELER was born in Lithuania in about 1872; he was the son of
Shloima Haim MELER and Shifra Ela (maiden name unknown). According
to the records I've been able to find, the MELER family lived in
Zemaiciu Naumiestis, Sventzionys, Kvedarna, and some relatives in
Seda.

In about 1897, Daniel emigrated to South Africa, married Dora
RUBENSTEIN, and added an L to their last name.

Daniel died in 1918 at the age of 46. He is buried in Braamfontein
Cemetery in Johannesburg.

I know that Dora was still in South Africa as of 1927 when she was
involved in a law suit with someone named Israel Levinson.

However, I don't know whether Dora ever re-married after Daniel's
death, when or where she died or where she is buried.

I also don't know what became of the two children, Solomon/Solly, and
Sophie.

Any information would be much appreciated. Please reply to me privately
at the e-mail address below.

Best wishes,
Joan Kramer
NYC
jpk400@aol.com


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania MELLER Family #lithuania

Joan Kramer
 

Hello all,

I have posted this query in the past and hope that perhaps this time,
someone will have some information.

I am trying to find out whether the two children of Daniel MELLER and
his wife, Dora RUBENSTEIN MELLER, ever married and had children.

Their son, Solomon MELLER was born in 1906 in Johannesburg, SAR;
daughter Sophie MELLLER was born in Johannesburg in 1910.

Daniel MELER was born in Lithuania in about 1872; he was the son of
Shloima Haim MELER and Shifra Ela (maiden name unknown). According
to the records I've been able to find, the MELER family lived in
Zemaiciu Naumiestis, Sventzionys, Kvedarna, and some relatives in
Seda.

In about 1897, Daniel emigrated to South Africa, married Dora
RUBENSTEIN, and added an L to their last name.

Daniel died in 1918 at the age of 46. He is buried in Braamfontein
Cemetery in Johannesburg.

I know that Dora was still in South Africa as of 1927 when she was
involved in a law suit with someone named Israel Levinson.

However, I don't know whether Dora ever re-married after Daniel's
death, when or where she died or where she is buried.

I also don't know what became of the two children, Solomon/Solly, and
Sophie.

Any information would be much appreciated. Please reply to me privately
at the e-mail address below.

Best wishes,
Joan Kramer
NYC
jpk400@aol.com

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