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Search help MARX, GANZ, VOGEL Family #general

royer-mars@...
 

Hello this is my first posting to the forum. I hope not to make a mistake
My father Adolf Walter Marx, born in 1923 in Duisburg, was the only survivor from his family at the end of the war.
His father Richard MARX born in Bad Kreuznach on 12/23/1893 died in Auschwitz (07/1942).
His mother Elly VOGEL MARX born in Worms on 4/4 1899 died in Auschwitz (07/1942)
His only sister Hilde MARX born in Duisburg on 9/9/1924 died in Auschwitz (07/1942)
Her grandmother Flora KOCH VOGEL born on 2/11/1870 in Framersheim died in Auschwitz (03/1943)
Her grandmother Regina Ida GANZ born 18/12/1866 in Mainz died in Theresienstadt (03/1943)
My father died in 1989, when research was not as easy as it is today. He had no photographs or documents relating to his family.
Thanks to our numerous family searches, we were very fortunate to find in the Russian archives transferred to France the photograph of my grandparents Richard and Elly
https://www.geni.com/people/Eleonora-Elly-Marx-Vogel/6000000040836774969
https://www.geni.com/people/Richard-Marx/6000000040836697147
Today, I still hope to find a photograph of Regina Ida Ganz
https://www.geni.com/people/Regina-Marx/6000000085079269815
Fora Vogel
https://www.geni.com/people/Flora-Vogel/6000000040835935173
Hilda Marx
https://www.geni.com/people/Hilde-Marx/6000000040836664286
But also of Léo Marx, died on 12/21/1939 in Bad Kreuznach, most certainly the owner of an identity card reserved for Germans identified as Jewish.
https://www.geni.com/people/Leo-Marx/6000000045928229830
I have already contacted and received help from these various organizations: Arolzen Archives / Deutsches Rotes Kreuz / Zentralarchiv / Yadvashem / USHMM / Archives Nationales Françaises.
Anyone have other leads to help me progress in my research?
Thanks a lot for your help
Yann Mars


Bonjour
Mon père Adolf  Walter Marx, né en 1923 à Duisbourg, était à la fin de la guerre, l’unique survivant de sa famille.
Son père Richard MARX né à Bad Kreuznach le 23/12/1893 est mort à Auschwitz (07/1942).
Sa mère Elly VOGEL MARX née à Worms le 4/4 1899 est morte à Auschwitz (07/1942)
Son unique sœur Hilde MARX née à Duisburg le 13/9/1924 est morte à Auschwitz (07/1942)
Sa grand-mère Flora KOCH VOGEL née le 2/11/1870 à Framersheim est morte à Auschwitz (03/1943)
Sa grand-mère Regina Ida GANZ née le 18/12/1866 à Mayence est morte à Theresienstadt (03/1943)
Mon père est décédé en 1989, à une époque où les moyens de recherches n’étaient pas ceux d’aujourd’hui. Il ne possédait aucune photographie ou document concernant sa famille.
Grace à nos nombreuses recherches familiales, nous avons eu le très grand bonheur de retrouver dans les archives russes transférées en France la photographie de mes grands-parents Richard et Elly
https://www.geni.com/people/Eleonora-Elly-Marx-Vogel/6000000040836774969
https://www.geni.com/people/Richard-Marx/6000000040836697147
Aujourd’hui, j’ai encore l’espoir de trouver une photographie de Regina Ida Ganz
https://www.geni.com/people/Regina-Marx/6000000085079269815
de Fora Vogel
https://www.geni.com/people/Flora-Vogel/6000000040835935173
de Hilda Marx
https://www.geni.com/people/Hilde-Marx/6000000040836664286
Mais aussi de Léo Marx, mort le 21/12/1939 à Bad Kreuznach, très certainement possesseur d’une carte d’identité réservées aux allemands recensés comme juif.
https://www.geni.com/people/Leo-Marx/6000000045928229830
J’ai déjà contacté et reçu l’aide de ses différents organismes : Arolzen Archives/ Deutsches Rotes Kreuz / Zentralarchiv / Yadvashem / USHMM /Archives Nationales Françaises.
Quelqu’un aurait-il d’autres pistes pour m’aider à progresser dans ma recherche ?
Merci beaucoup pour votre aide
Yann Mars


{Where can I get a blank] Family Tree Chart? #general

joannegrosman joannegrosman
 

Hello,
I distant relative subscribes to Geni and recently I have gotten more and more notices of perfect matches with all details about that relative and their connection to me. Often it is something like 'third cousin once removed' etc. Is there a chart I could download, so I could accurately visualize the connections. At this point it is quite elaborate all the names and how they fit in with my core families I am researching.

regards,  Joanne Grosman,  <joannegrosman@...>  researching Grosman,Bocian, Kremsdorf, Czestochowa/Radomsko


searching for Nora Banner #general

Gayle Schlissel Riley
 

I have lost contact with Nora. She lives in Bradention Fla. We shared a trip to Israel and a room at some conf.
I miss her. IF you know her or her family. Please contact me. Thank you. Gayle


Who knows Katharina STEIN, wife of Peter SCHULTGEN? #germany

p.personn@...
 

I am looking for any information about the grandmother of my grandmother: Katharina Stein. She was married to Peter Schultgen. One of their sons was Stefan Schultgen, my great grandfather, who was born in 1905 in Thür, Germany. Stefan later lived in Weißenthurm. 

There was a big Jewish community in this region. But so far my research had no results.

Moderator Note: Please sign your Email to this list with your full name.

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Re: Does anyone recognize this town name? #russia

avivahpinski@verizon.net
 

Risikivtgst - rosolowce - Rasolovitz cerainly appears to be Rosołowce in Volhynia Gubernia near Kuzmin at 4947 2701
However, being curious, I went to the Communities database in Jewishgen.  Why isn't it there? 
--
Avivah R. Z. Pinski
near Philadelphia, USA
Researching: Zuchman in Sarnaki, Karczew, Warsaw Poland
Reznik in Drohiczyn nad Bugiem, Siemiatische, Siedlce Poland
Rifczes in Lemberg, Vienna  
Kopekin in Polatsk,& Besonkovich in Belarus
Familiant & Koifman in Bessarabia and Ukraine
Sondak in Vitebsk, Belarus and Rehitza, Latvia
Aginsky and Slonimsky in Minsk 
Aronofsky in Belarus & Lithuania


Re: I am looking for a genealogy researcher in Lithuania #lithuania

Jill Whitehead
 

Landsmen (Journal of the Suwalki Lomza Interest Group) used to use Galina Baranova. I do not know if she is still there.

Jill Whitehead, Surrey, UK


#germany - Understanding a notice published in "Deutscher Reichsanzeige" #germany

Peter Wollinski
 

It will be appreciated if you will assist.

Following the marriage of my great grandparents on 17 Novemebr 1879, a notice appeared in the Deutscher Reichsanzeige on 2 December 1879:

Wongrowitz. Bekanntmachung.
Der Handelsmann Wolf Hirsch Wolinski zun Gollantsch und dessen Ehefrau Pauline, geb. Elias,haben für ihre Ehe die Gemeinschast sowohl desVermögens als des Erwerbes durch Vertrag vom17. November 1879 ausge\chlossen. Eingetragen zu-folge Verfügung vom 2, Dezember 1879 am 3. De-zember 1879.

Translation into English:
“Wongrowltz. Notice.
The trader Wolf Hirsch Wolinski initially from Gollantsch and his wife Pauline, née Elias, for their marriage, excluded the community of both property and acquisition by contract of November 17, 1879. Registered on 2 December 1879 on 3 December 1879.”

Does anyone know what this notice means and if it was a requirement to place such a notice in this newspaper?

Thanks
Peter Wollinski
Sydney Australia    
 


Glückel of Hameln: Characterizing early modern Germany #germany

Michael Rubin
 

Hello friends - one silver lining of our current situation is the many virtual classes taking place online.  I'm bringing to your attention one such offering focusing on the milieu of Glückel of Hameln being offered by a historian of that period, over three Tuesday evenings, starting May 5th. Many of us who are lucky enough to find records back to that period are, nevertheless, left imagining what life was really like.  This short course can help.  

Reading Glikl:  Life Stories from a 17th-Century Jewish Working Mother
 
Glikl was one of the first women to write about the Jewish experience and provides a unique glimpse into European Jewish life around 1691. The book, originally written in Yiddish, has a new translation, published recently.   The class will be an intellectual book club of sorts, with participants reading some of the book prior to each meeting. Rachel Greenblatt will help to contextualize the information and further illustrate what else was going on in the world to give the writer that perspective.. Click here to register .  https://vilnashul.org/events/event/glikl-deconstructing-the-book
Note that the event takes place in the late afternoon Eastern US time (EDT).

When: May 5, 12, 19
Where: Register online for Zoom link.


(US) Ancestry Free Access to Yearbooks Through April 26 #usa

Jan Meisels Allen
 

 

 

 

Ancestry is offering their 450,000 yearbooks and more than 62 million pages for free through Sunday April 26, 2020.

To search go to: https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/1265/

You will be required to register with name, email address and password. No credit card information is required.

 

If you try to access other collections or try to access the Yearbook collection after the free opportunity, you will be invited to subscribe.

 

Remember not all schools’ yearbooks have been digitized, so you may not find yourself or others who you are researching.

 

I have no affiliation with Ancestry and am posting this solely for the readers’ information

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 


(US) MyHeritage Offering Free Access to Yearbooks Through May 23, 2020 #usa

Jan Meisels Allen
 

 

 

My Heritage is offering free access to their U.S. Yearbook collection through May 23,2020. Their collection covers the years 1890-1979 with 290 million names and 36 million yearbook pages.  MyHeritage has colorized their entire U.S. Yearbook collection.

 

To search the collection see:

https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10569/us-yearbooks-name-index-1890-1979

 

If you try to access other collections or try to access the Yearbook collection after the free opportunity, you will be invited to subscribe.

 

Remember not all schools’ yearbooks have been digitized, so you may not find yourself or others who you are researching.

 

I have no affiliation with MyHeritage and am posting this solely for the information of the reader.

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 


Re: Glückel of Hameln and chacterizing early modern Germany #germany

David Lewin
 

At 20:44 23/04/2020, Michael Rubin via groups.jewishgen.org wrote:
Hello friends - one silver lining of our current situation is the many virtual classes taking place online.  I'm bringing to your attention one such offering focusing on the milieu of Glückel of Hameln being offered by a historian of that period, over three Tuesday evenings. Many of us who are lucky enough to find records back to that period are, nevertheless, left imagining what life was really like.  This short course can help.  

Reading Glikl:  Life Stories from a 17th-Century Jewish Working Mother
 
Glikl was one of the first women to write about the Jewish experience and provides a unique glimpse into European Jewish life around 1691. The book, originally written in Yiddish, has a new translation, published recently.   The class will be an intellectual book club of sorts, with participants reading some of the book prior to each meeting. Rachel Greenblatt will help to contextualize the information and further illustrate what else was going on in the world to give the writer that perspective.. Click here to register .  https://vilnashul.org/events/event/glikl-deconstructing-the-book


When: May 5, 12, 19 at 5:30 PM
Where: Virtual! Register online for Zoom link!



Please would you remember that jewishgen.com is read internationally and that there re varying time zones even where you live ( presumably the USA ? )

Would you please re-post accordingly?

Thank you

David Lewin
London (UK, not Ontario)


Re: Does anyone recognize this town name? (Rosolovitz) #ukraine

Alexander Sharon
 

This is probably village Rosolovtsy (Polish: Rosołowce) at 4947 2701 near Kuzmin in Eastern Volhynia, Ukraine.

 

Alexander Sharon    a.sharon@...

 


Origin of Connection between Tipermas, Typermas, and Typermass families. They came to the US mostly from the Bialystok region of Poland #poland

Emily Tipermas
 

My husband's last name is Tipermas. His grandfather Morris came to the US from Bialystok. His grandfather left Bialystok and went to Israel where we think he died in 1911. We'd like to know how we may be related to the Typermass family that settled in NYC. Any info would be great to receive. Likewise, we're happy to share our info with others.


Gans and Wernick-Blumenfeld families of Manhattan #names

Neil Rosenstein
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Ira Gans son of Marcia and
Chaim Gans and his Wernick and Blumenfeld (Elliot and wife Muriel)
cousins.


Tiszaeszlar Trial #hungary

Ivy Gray-Klein
 

I am trying to connect with other descendants of those wrongly accused in the Tiszaeszlar blood libel trial in 1882-1883, or anyone who has connections to this region.
 
My great-great-grandfather, Ignac Klein, and his father-in-law, Lazar Weisztein/Weisstein, were among the accused. 
 
Ignac Klein (b. 1843, Hajudnanas) was the son of Samuel Klein and Zuzsanna/Susanna Scharcz/Schwartz. 
 
Ignac was married to Eszter Weisztein (b. 1867, Tiszaeszlar/Tiszalok) to Lazar Weiszstein and Hani Jung. I believe Lazar may have been from Kisvarda and Hani from Saros. 
 
Thank you.


Re: Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Voralberg, Austria #austria-czech

Yvette Pintar
 

It appears to require log in credentials


Glückel of Hameln and chacterizing early modern Germany #germany

Michael Rubin
 

Hello friends - one silver lining of our current situation is the many virtual classes taking place online.  I'm bringing to your attention one such offering focusing on the milieu of Glückel of Hameln being offered by a historian of that period, over three Tuesday evenings. Many of us who are lucky enough to find records back to that period are, nevertheless, left imagining what life was really like.  This short course can help.  

Reading Glikl:  Life Stories from a 17th-Century Jewish Working Mother
 
Glikl was one of the first women to write about the Jewish experience and provides a unique glimpse into European Jewish life around 1691. The book, originally written in Yiddish, has a new translation, published recently.   The class will be an intellectual book club of sorts, with participants reading some of the book prior to each meeting. Rachel Greenblatt will help to contextualize the information and further illustrate what else was going on in the world to give the writer that perspective.. Click here to register.  https://vilnashul.org/events/event/glikl-deconstructing-the-book

When: May 5, 12, 19 at 5:30 PM
Where: Virtual! Register online for Zoom link!


Blood Stained Feathers - Nowy Sącz available at reduced price #yizkorbooks #poland

Joel Alpert
 

Blood Stained Feathers: My Life Story By Mordechai Lustig from Nowy Sącz, Poland

Yizkor Books in Print is happy to make this book available at severely
reduced pricing by ordering through JewishGen

List price: $55.95, available from JewishGen for $36

For more information and directions for ordering go to:
https://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/ybip/YBIP_Nowy_sacz.html
Go toward the bottom of the page below "Available at:" for the link to
start your order.

For information on the other 95 other Yizkor book we publish, go to:
https://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html


Preserving Our Litvak Heritage- Volume II available at reduced price #yizkorbooks

Joel Alpert
 

Preserving Our Litvak Heritage- Volume II

Yizkor Books in Print is happy to make this book available at severely
reduced pricing by ordering through JewishGen

List Price: $52.95, available from JewishGen for $32

For more information and directions for ordering go to:
https://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/ybip/YBIP_Lithuania2.html
Go toward the bottom of the page below "Available at:" for the link to
start your order.

For information on the other 95 other Yizkor book we publish, go to:
https://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html


I am looking for a genealogy researcher in Lithuania #lithuania

Laufer, Shmuel
 

I'm looking for a genealogical researcher to search at the Lithuanian State Historical Archives.
Can anybody recommend me a suitable researcher?
Please send me a reply in private.
Thanks in advance.

Shmuel Laufer
Rehovot - Israel
laufer957@...

Research: Laufer (Przasnysz, Poland); Domb (Pultusk, Poland); Bruckman (Sarnaki, Poland); Zelazo (Sarnaki, Poland); Preschel (Berhomet, Chernivets'ka, Ukraine), Leder (Berhomet, Chernivets'ka, Ukraine); Schnap (Berhomet, Chernivets'ka, Ukraine); Mitelman (Chelm, Poland); Tenerman (Dubienka, Poland)