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Re: Seek name origin Ida JABLONSKI #belarus #russia #names

SCHWAB
 

Itta is another.


Re: Seek name origin Ida JABLONSKI #belarus #russia #names

schwartzeli115@...
 

eida is a yiddish name some say eidy i can help you more if you need 


Re: Fogel family in Rivne or Rowno is this the same place #ukraine

igersammy@...
 

Also attaching a book ''Shelter from the Holocaust'' by Anita Grossman.

Many people might find it interesting. 


Re: yiddish words #yiddish

schwartzeli115@...
 

it is wood as pointed out by ch. fried  
i just reminded myself of another saying in yiddish
ehr veint vi a beaver   the explanation i heard was that the beaver while going in to the his captures
is crying so like saying you are your self to blame and tears of your own making  pleas fill me in if you know more 


Yiddish tombstone #general

dalya
 

Subj: ViewMate translation request - Yiddish
 
I've posted a tombstone in Yiddish for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.
dalya


Re: Seek name origin Ida JABLONSKI #belarus #russia #names

Diane Jacobs
 

It is Pruzhany, Pruzany district
Grodno Gubernia, once Russia, now Belarus.  You can find information on it 
On jewishgen.org, stevemorse.org and
CPSA (Children of Pruzhany...).

Email me personally, if you need more help.

Diane Jacobs 
geniediane@...



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-------- Original message --------
From: Marilyn Weinman <marilynweinman@...>
Date: 3/29/20 10:39 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: main@...
Subject: [JewishGen.org] #general

Hope this finds everyone healthy and safe this evening !
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My maternal grandmother was born somewhere around 1873 - 74 in Pruzani,Russia,which I now believe is Belarus. Not sure the town name is the same ? 
My grandmother's name was Ida Jablonsky, and my question pertains to her name. I'm assuming that Ida was her given name when she arrived in the U.S.,but does anyone know what the Hebrew/ Yiddish name would've been at birth ?
Thanks for any help I can get, and stay well :) 
Marilyn

--
Diane Jacobs


Re: Name IDA #names

Diane Jacobs
 

Usually it is Chaya, but sometimes it could
Be another name.
Diane Jacobs 



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-------- Original message --------
From: Marilyn Weinman <marilynweinman@...>
Date: 3/29/20 4:47 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: main@...
Subject: [JewishGen.org] Name IDA #general

 

HELLO ALL !

 

Hoping this fines everyone healthy and safe !

I’m curious about the name IDA. My maternal grandmother was born IDA JABLONSKY in Pruzani, Russia somewhere in or around 1883,but my question is wouldn’t there be different birth name another name for IDA ? Any help from other JEWISHGENNERS, would be greatly appreciated !

 

Thanks,

Marilyn

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


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Marilyn Weinman
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Diane Jacobs


Re: Prohibition Bootleggers and Sacramental Wine "Fake Rabbis" #usa #general

krausj2@...
 

Neither of those names is immediately familiar, Diane. Sorry. I'm always curious for more of the story, though I recognize that may be moving from genealogical questions into other sorts of topics.

-- Joe


Re: Prohibition Bootleggers and Sacramental Wine "Fake Rabbis" #usa #general

Carl Kaplan
 

Thanks. Any chance you came across any references to Boston in your research?


Digital Public Library of America #usa

Lewis, Megan
 

The Digital Public Library of America brings digital resources from libraries around the US into 1 search interface.  Resources include maps, photos, year books, personal papers, etc.
 
They have information and a presentation on how to use their resources for family history research at https://dp.la/guides/the-family-research-guide-to-dpla. 
I thought some of you might find this website useful.
 
Megan

Megan Lewis  Reference Librarian  202.314.7860
NOTE: I am working remotely until further notice.

National Institute for Holocaust Documentation
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum


Re: Fogel family in Rivne or Rowno is this the same place #ukraine

igersammy@...
 

Thank you Victoria!

I have ordered this book from Amazon already.

Do you have it in PDF by any chance?

Also it would be nice of you to send a link with this film about Mr. Fritz Graebe or just its name as it was present at the Jewish film festival, if it is possible please.


Re: Researching family in Saint Petersburg, Russia #russia

Joel Ratner
 

In support of Herbs point, here is a short history of St. Petersburg. Peter the Great founded the city in 1701. Lands from Poland were ceded twice during the 1770s and fhe third and final partition of Poland occurred in 1795. The importance of these events lies in the fact that prior to the partitions, there were not many Jews within Russia proper however, with the partitions, Catherine now owned lands with large numbers of Jews and had to decide what to do with them. Her answer was the formation of the Pale of Settlement.

See the article on the Pale for further information. 

Generally, Jews were not allowed to live outside the Pale however, the exceptions to the rule began to take place in the 1850s under Alexander II. This is the time where the strict prohibitions began to unravel for selected classes of people. Alexander ruled from 1855. An examination of the listing of 549 metrical register books for the Jewish community of SPB (Choral Synagogue), the first metrical register of births in the SPB archives is 1856.The listing states this register contained marriages, deaths and divorces however, examination of the images shows births were included.  The births of thirteen boys and nine girls were recorded as well as some marriages and deaths. See the record listing at SPB Metrical Register Listing .  A translated version appears below.



In the 1850s, the exceptions to the rules of prohibited residence outside the Pale began to emerge and these are discussed at some length in the YIVO article. Suffice it to say that artisans, army veterans, etc. were sometimes granted access to settlement in SPB from this time. This was the seeding of the population with the first community of Jews. Metrical registers are available in the SPB archive (TsGIA) for the Jewish community through 1918.

On a decidedly different but related topic, see the 

Laws Pertaining to the Jews in Russia

Full text of: The Persecution of the Jews in Russia

Joel Ratner


Re: Name IDA #names

brotker@...
 
Edited

My great grandmother Ida was named Chaia (Chaja) in the old country.
 
Regards, Bobby Rotker
 
 


Re: Researching family in Saint Petersburg, Russia #russia

yelena.v.volk@...
 

of course you can to find many jewish surnames (type them by cyrillic letters) in the site of S-Peterburg archives
https://spbarchives.ru/infres/-/archivestoresearch/extsearch and in the vital records book of Peterburg sinagogue!


Re: Seeking FEUERLICHT - to USA late 1800s #austria-czech #hungary

jrsackerman@...
 

I used to know the Feuerlichts when I lived in New York and saw their son when he was a boy but I have not kept in touch.  Sorry.


ViewMate translation request - Russian #ukraine #russia

Terry Ashton
 

Good evening from Melbourne.

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need as detailed a translation as possible please. It is the death record for Jochwet Wierzbowicz.

 

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM79083

 

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

 

Ms Terry Ashton

Melbourne, Australia

 

SEARCHING:

PRASHKER: Kalisz,  Poland

SZUMOWSKI: Gorki, Zdunska Wola, Lomza,  Poland

WIERZBOWICZ: Kossaki, Poland

WAJNGOT: Hungary

GOLDMAN: Budapest,  Hungary ;Blaszki, Poland

SEGAL/SEGALOVITCH: Vilnius, Lithuania

HOLTZ: Dvinsk, Russia (now Latvia)

 

 

 


ViewMate translation request - Russian #ukraine #russia

Terry Ashton
 

Good evening from Melbourne.

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need as detailed a translation as possible please. It is part 2 of the birth record for Kuszel Chaim Wierzbowicz.

 

It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM79082

 

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

 

Ms Terry Ashton

Melbourne, Australia

 

SEARCHING:

PRASHKER: Kalisz,  Poland

SZUMOWSKI: Gorki, Zdunska Wola, Lomza,  Poland

WIERZBOWICZ: Kossaki, Poland

WAJNGOT: Hungary

GOLDMAN: Budapest,  Hungary ;Blaszki, Poland

SEGAL/SEGALOVITCH: Vilnius, Lithuania

HOLTZ: Dvinsk, Russia (now Latvia)

 

 

 


ViewMate translation request - Russian #ukraine #russia

Terry Ashton
 

Good evening from Melbourne.

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need as detailed a translation as possible please. It is part 2 of the birth record for Jochwet Wierzbowicz.

 

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM79080

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

 

Ms Terry Ashton

Melbourne, Australia

 

SEARCHING:

PRASHKER: Kalisz,  Poland

SZUMOWSKI: Gorki, Zdunska Wola, Lomza,  Poland

WIERZBOWICZ: Kossaki, Poland

WAJNGOT: Hungary

GOLDMAN: Budapest,  Hungary ;Blaszki, Poland

SEGAL/SEGALOVITCH: Vilnius, Lithuania

HOLTZ: Dvinsk, Russia (now Latvia)

 

 

 


ViewMate translation request - Russian #ukraine #russia

Terry Ashton
 

Good evening from Melbourne.

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need as detailed a translation as possible please. It is part 1 of the birth record for Jochwet Wierzbowicz.

 

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM79079

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

 

Ms Terry Ashton

Melbourne, Australia

 

SEARCHING:

PRASHKER: Kalisz,  Poland

SZUMOWSKI: Gorki, Zdunska Wola, Lomza,  Poland

WIERZBOWICZ: Kossaki, Poland

WAJNGOT: Hungary

GOLDMAN: Budapest,  Hungary ;Blaszki, Poland

SEGAL/SEGALOVITCH: Vilnius, Lithuania

HOLTZ: Dvinsk, Russia (now Latvia)

 


Re: Children named after their living parents #general

Eric Davis
 

I know Sephardi do that but, Eastern European Ashkenazi will only name after a deceased relative so the Angel of Death doesn't take the child.

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