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Re: Given Name Discrepancies

Shoshana Kahan
 

Someone pointed out to me that I wrote "last name." I meant "first name." My apologies.


Re: Please help us solve a 50 Yr Old Family Mystery! #general #poland

Flavio Baran <fdbaran@...>
 

Maybe you are already aware of this, but there is a Tomaszow Mazowiecki and a Tomaszow Lubelski. Also, I as far as I know, Apfel and Appel, though similar,  are not identical, meaning they are not just a different spelling of the same name. Good luck!
Vered Dayan
Israel
(I really don't know why the name Flavio Baran is listed as my name up there, no idea who he is.) 
--
Miriam Bulwar David-Hay,
Raanana, Israel.
Researching:
BULWAR/BULWA - Rawa Mazowiecka, Lodz.
PELCMAN/PELTZMAN - Rawa Mazowiecka.
ROZENBERG, WEISKOPF - Przedborz, Lodz.
FRENKIEL, FERLIPTER/VERLIEBTER - Belz, Lublin?
KALUSZYNER, KASZKIET, KUSMIERSKI, KUZKA, JABLONKA, SIENNICKI - Kaluszyn, Lodz.
WAKS, BEKIER - Nowe Miasto nad Pilica, Lodz.


Looking for towns Dorfel and Balifke

lsmintz@...
 

During a 50th anniversary celebration, these towns were mentioned during a song. Grandparents came from Russia
between 1900 and 1910. I have been unable to find these towns. Thank you. 


Re: Updated Kolomea/Kolomyya KehilaLinks pages #ukraine

Shelley Mitchell
 

Sheryl Stahl.
Thank you so much for all of your hard work. The area is very special to me. Too bad it became a ghetto and then the site of mass murder. But it stays in my heart. Thanks again.
--
Shelley Mitchell 
NYC
searching KONIGSBERG/KINIGSBERG, TERNER, MOLDAUER, SCHONFELD - Kolomyya PLATZ - DELATYN. All Galicia. 


Re: Transferring money to the Belarus archive #belarus

Bob Silverstein
 

Thanks to everyone who helped.  The story has a simple and happy ending.  To my surprise, the archive sent me a link to a PayPal-like website.  I paid by credit card and without any fees.  You have to register on the site but you do not have to store your credit card.  The only wrinkle was that it would not process my cards at first.  Finally, two of my cards emailed and texted me about the attempted payments and asked me to approve them.  I did and resubmitted the payment and it went through like a charm.


Given Name Discrepancies

Shoshana Kahan
 

On the death cert of a gg Uncle of mine, his father's last name is listed as Max, and indeed, the name of his youngest son was Max. On his gravestone, however, his father's name was listed as Yehoshua. I've never heard of "Max" being a substitute for "Yehoshua" (and the Given Names database seems to be down now.) Has anyone seen something like this before? Also, one of his brothers -- whose gravestone also says his father's name was Yehoshua -- lists his father's name as "Jacob." Since I'm tentatively linking both brothers to an ancestor from Shargorod named "Yukel," this might make sense. I'm assuming "Yukel" is short for "Yaakov," though I'm wondering if it might be short for "Yehoshua" or "Yaakov Yehoshua." Though I find "Yudel" and "Yankle" on various name lists, I don't find "Yukel" and am curious if anyone is familiar with it and know with certainty what name it's derived from.

Thanks
Shoshana Kahan (Israel)

Kuperschlag, Goldstein, Zeitchik, Trop, Glotzer, Nussbaum, Weiss/Weisler


Koniuzkow

Karol Swanson
 

Hi
Does anyone know where I might find any records from Koniuzkow (Brody)? Would it be within Galician records or Ukranian records.

Many thanks,
K. Swanson
Scotland


FORSCHRITT Society

Alan Loew
 

Society had section in Mt Zion cemetery, Maspeth LI NY.

Society has not functioned for decades and cannot find any information as to

What geographic area they covered In what is now Poland or Lithuania.

Need to narrow search to a specific area to find any information on ancestors.

Only reference in US documents is they immigrated from Lomza.

LOWENTHAL Possibly from Lomza, Suvalki area

Alan Loew,

alanloew@...

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

 


Re: Oleśnica village near Seroczyn, Siedlce district #poland

Alexander Sharon
 

1921 Poland’s first National Census lists for Oleśnica, gmina Wodynie, powiat Siedlce, total number of 532 residents, including 79 Jewish souls.

BTW, Seroczyn lists 515 residents, including 92 Jews.

 

Hope this help

 

Alexander Sharon

JGFF editor


Re: ROTTERSMAN

Bernard Flam
 

Hi from Paris,
At least a detective searching Rottersman family !
This is a quite rare name and I couln't find any parent to "Hirsch Rottermann" who is in my tree.
I opened your file and you have some Hirsch :

What I know on "mine" :
  • Hirsch was born ca 1905 in Bochnia, I have no act
  • He maried Estera Kronenberg who was born ca 1906 in Lodz and was a sister of my grandmother GF  Myriam Kronenberg
  • I attach a picture of both of them, taken ca 1931 when Hirsch was at his military service end.
  • They maried ca 1931, but Hirsch birthdate isn't on act, neither his parents name (I have copy of this act)
  • In1933, Hirsch opened an Irish Pub in the main street of Lodz (I have copy of its business registration file)
  • In 1934, Irene has been their 1st child, born in Lodz (I have copy of birth register, Hirsch is 28' or 29')
  • In 1937, David has been their 2nd child, born in Lodz
  • both children get given name of young 1st cousins born in USA : I have pictures of them with my GGF.
  • Their last letter was sent in July 1939 from a city near Bialystok
  • All other Kronenberg died either in Lodz Ghetto, either in Chelmno
  • Hirsch, Estera, Irene & David don't appear on any archives of Lodz ghetto, don't appear on any Shoah list.
So I don't know what have been their fate...

I hope our "Hirsch" could have some connexion.

khavershaft

Bernard Flam
Searching around Lodz : Zysman, Kronenberg, Rottersman, Kwiat


Updated Kolomea/Kolomyya KehilaLinks pages #ukraine

Sheryl Stahl
 

 Hi,
 
I wanted to let you know that I followed in the footsteps (keyboard?) of Alan Weiser and updated the Kehillalinks site for Kolomea/Kolomyya. Please check it out at https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kolomea/index.html
Thanks to the Gesher Galicia folks who gave me some great hints on town names and other suggestions.
 
If you have any additions/corrections/feedback, I would love to hear it.
 
all the best,
 
Sheryl Stahl (Los Angeles)
 
Suwalki (RAKOVSKI, OKRAGLINSKI,) Wizajni (RAKOVSKI) Kalvarja
(FRIEDMAN, SUWALSKI),
Odessa (STESSEL) Pervomaysk (STESSEL)  Grzymalow (LANDAU) Kolomyya (STAHL,
SCHMERTZLER, KRAIMER) Chernivtsi (STAHL)
 
  


Re: seeking location of town - Przenosza in Limanowa district

Alexander Sharon
 

Hi,

 

This appears to be place known as Przenosza, located in Limanowa district, Mszana Dolna county. Place was small: 350 residents are listed, including 9 Jewish souls in 1921. In addition, Przenosza folwark (Agricultural or holiday location) lists 4 residents, all four are Jewish, one male and three female. Have I mention that Limanowa is also Bernie Sanders ancestors district :-)

 

Alexander Sharon

JGFF editor


Re: seeking location of town

Joe Lissak
 

Until 1914 the area was part of the Austrian-Hungarian empire. After WW1 (1918) it became 
Poland. Some of it became Russia & then now Ukraine. I use Google  or earth if the shtetel was not destroyed.
Good luck.
Joe Lissak


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-------- Original message --------
From: Deborah Lane <devorahrlane@...>
Date: 2/26/20 10:21 AM (GMT-08:00)
To: main@...
Subject: [JewishGen.org] seeking location of town #advice

I am hoping someone can help identify a town.
I found the town Pzornasha, Austria listed on a naturalization record of a woman who might be a relative of mine. She was born in 1880 and immigrated to New York in 1896.
This town's name was typed twice, one time saying it was in Austria and the second time saying it was in Poland-Austria. I searched JewishGen town finder and google maps but did not find it.
Any help will be appreciated. Thank you
Deborah Lane
Spring Valley, New York
Researching: Oppenheim and Margolis of Telshe, Lithuania; Siegel of Balbirishik; Shapiro and Abelman of Kovno; Levine and Altschuller of Mogilev; Kaplan, Gritzman and Zakusaya of Bialystok; Schecter of Vinnitsa; Lieberman of Gaysin; Benedetsky of Bela Tserkov; Mintz of Latvia; a of Kiev


Re: Please help us solve a 50 Yr Old Family Mystery! #general #poland

Shelley Mitchell
 

The only thing I can comment about is Bessie’s name. My grandmother has a sister, Beyla, who died at birth. When my grandmother came along, they named her Pesia Beyla. The superstition was that by putting another name in front of the dead child’s name, the Devil wouldn’t find her. It worked. My grandmother lived to be 98.
--
Shelley Mitchell 
NYC
searching KONIGSBERG/KINIGSBERG, TERNER, MOLDAUER, SCHONFELD - Kolomyya PLATZ - DELATYN. All Galicia. 


ViewMate translation request - Yiddish

Ellen Korpi
 

I request a translation of what I believe is Yiddish text on part of a letter attached to my grandfather’s 1921 passport application. It is from his mother who wrote from Romania asking him to come and rescue the family from starvation.  He translated one paragraph on his application but we hope to get more of the story.  We have only posted one page as a start.   It is on ViewMate at the following address
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM78604  
Please respond using the online ViewMate form.

Thank you,

Ellen Korpi 

TOBACK, STOLLER (Mogilev Podalia and Bessarabia), SCHWEITZER, FISHMAN, HAMACHER, COHEN (Mykolaev, Podalia)


Seeking Information about Josef Klimpl (1920s-2000s) or his family from Prague

Brian Blitz
 

I am looking for help in making contact with the family of Josef Klimpl from Prague or finding additional information on Josef and/or his family. Josef was born in the 1920s and died around 2000. His wife was Miluska who is also deceased. Josef and Miluska's daughter is Vendulka Hajkova, who is likely in her 60s or 70s. I visited Josef and Miluska in the mid 1980s and again in the early 1990s in Prague. I have an old e-mail address for Vendulka, but it no longer works.

If anyone is able to help me locate Vendulka or can help me find an obituary (or similar) for Josef and/or his wife, I would be grateful.    Thank you.

Brian Blitz
New York City
blitzba@...


Re: Please help us solve a 50 Yr Old Family Mystery! #general #poland

FamilySearchPoland
 

Patricia Wilson located these Documents:  Anyone have thoughts / insight here.

Our Bessie Appel was born in 1902 and died in 1973.  Here's what appears to be an Esther Taubman Apfel and a Moszko Apfel married in 1881 and with a child Jacob.  Notice they had a Pesla Apfel who died.  Could our Bessie / Pesa be a child born in 1902 and named after the deceased child?

We need to find more documents creating a link. PLEASE HELP!


Oleśnica village near Seroczyn, Siedlce district #poland

Dror Bereznitsky
 

According to multiple records from Seroczyn some of my ancestors have lived in a village named Oleśnica, located near Wodynie and Seroczyn (Siedlce district).
I could not find any information about a Jewish community in this village (found other villages named Oleśnica in other parts of Poland).
Looking at Google maps this seems to be a very small village these days.
I was wondering whether anyone has information about this village?


seeking location of town

Deborah Lane
 

I am hoping someone can help identify a town.
I found the town Pzornasha, Austria listed on a naturalization record of a woman who might be a relative of mine. She was born in 1880 and immigrated to New York in 1896.
This town's name was typed twice, one time saying it was in Austria and the second time saying it was in Poland-Austria. I searched JewishGen town finder and google maps but did not find it.
Any help will be appreciated. Thank you
Deborah Lane
Spring Valley, New York
Researching: Oppenheim and Margolis of Telshe, Lithuania; Siegel of Balbirishik; Shapiro and Abelman of Kovno; Levine and Altschuller of Mogilev; Kaplan, Gritzman and Zakusaya of Bialystok; Schecter of Vinnitsa; Lieberman of Gaysin; Benedetsky of Bela Tserkov; Mintz of Latvia; a of Kiev


Re: Jewish refugees in Tashkent during WWII - Moroz

galvin07@...
 

I've been unable to find out what happened to my great-uncle, Shimon Vaisbord (Vaisberg), son of Yehudah Leib Vaisbord, and born in/near Volozhin. I found the attached Tashkent card and wonder if it's him, though the father's name on the card may not be a match. Can anyone tell me any significant information on the card that might indicate if it's my great-uncle?
Thanks.
Irene