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"Prussian spy", executed 1794 #poland

howard sachs
 

If interested in a Polish rebellion "Dreyfus case", with an unhappy ending, check out Wolfgang Heymann, son of a prominent Breslau (Wroclaw) Jewish businessman--an ancestor (the father that is).--executed in Warsaw in July 1794.  Howard Sachs


Lifshitz Solomon Slepnicks #romania #russia #names

nancy@...
 

Researching Fannie Solomon b. 1882 (abt) Romania married Max/Morris Lifshitz b. 1870-1880 Russia. Immigrated to Brooklyn, NY. Divorced, remarried Slepnick. Variations in spelling. Family lore suggests Solomon from Transylvania? Morris Lifshitz, son, changed his name to SOLOMON (mother's maiden name) because of lack of relationship with Lifshitz.  Married Mollie Steinberg, raised family Chicago, IL. Any help/connection appreciated.

Nancy Solomon
nancy@...


Emigration to Palestine #austria-czech #israel

Peter Heilbrunn
 

My aunt, Theresia Feldmann emigrated to Palestine in 1933. Where can I find records of arrival in Israel. She married a David Rosmarin and lived in Haifa. Are there any Israeli census records available.


Re: family tree template #general

nancy@...
 

Can you upload a GEDCOM to that?
Nancy Solomon
Barrington, IL USA


Budapest, Hungary Kohner de Szaszberek family #hungary

chessieshaw@...
 

Hi everyone, 

I am very happy to have found this site. I am looking for relatives of the Kohner family. There is a lot of information about many of the Kohners due in part to Baron Adolf Kohner, who was an art collector, bank owner, etc. Baron Adolf Kohner was the cousin and brother in law of my great grandfather, Baron Simon Wilhelm Kohner de Szaszberek. Once the Kohner family became barons, many of the put the name de Szaszberek after their name. My grandfather had at least six other siblings who survived into adulthood. He also had many cousins. 

As far as I know, my grandfather, Wilhelm Kohner was married twice before he met my great grandmother, Franziska Schmidt Kohner. He allegedly never had any children with his first two wives. It's also unclear if he ever actually married my great grandmother, even though she did take his last name. They had two children, Suzanne Kohner Shaw and Francesca Kohner Rader. Both Suzanne and Francesca eventually ended up in the United States. 

I am interested in finding any distant relatives who may have known of my grandmother and great aunt, or any of my other Kohner relatives. I have connected with a few people who have been very helpful, but I am looking to find more. I am particularly interested in finding out why my great grand parents appeared to never actually get married, and hearing possible stories and information about my grandmother and great aunt as children. 

I do know that both my grandmother and great aunt did not have their father's name Kohner on their birth certificates. This was saved their lives during the Holocaust and the Nazi invasion of Budapest. I now assume this is because my great grandparents were not married at the time of their births. 

Thank you so much! I appreciate any advice or thoughts about where to look next. I am on geni,com which I have found to be extremely  useful. 

Chessie Shaw
Boston, MA
USA


Immigrants to Palestine 1927 onwards #israel

veronicazundel@...
 

How would I find out immigrants to Palestine from 1927 onwards? Are there lists? Searching for specific names from my mother's birth family.


Re: Jewish Postal Employees Welfare League of Manhattan and Bronx #general

abergman@...
 

I was a member many years ago but donated back my graves. My father was Adolph Bergman. 
--
Abby Barry Bergman
New York


Lakfish in Oregon? #usa

Jay L Gordon
 

One my great-grandmothers was named Hattie (Yatta) Lakfish. I can find no connection between her family, which lived in the NYC area 1890s-1920s, and a Lakfish contingent in Oregon beginning about the same time. I do have a fair amount of information about Hattie, her parents, and at least one of her brothers, so I'm trying to find the connection, if there is one.

There may be no connection, of course, but the way the name is spelled is not common (perhaps from Lakovich or similar). There are a couple other miscellaneous Lakfish people on Ancestry, but mine and the Oregon ones are the two that come up the most. Any tips would be much appreciated!


Access to Briefe aus Dannenberg 1835-1839, Harry Bresslau #germany

nickdrey@...
 

Dear Group

Does anyone have access to "Briefe aus Dannenberg 1835-1839: mit einer Einleitung zur Familiengeschichte des Historikers Harry Bresslau (1848-1926) und zur Geschichte der Juden in Dannenberg" and would be willing to check a number of references for me, as in lockdown I am unable to access Libraries.

Many thanks

Nick Drey
London

Researching:
Drey (Heidingsfeld, Munich, Wiesbaden, Vienna, Odessa, Moscow, London, Manchester, New York, St Louis, Baltimore)
Rothenheim (Wallerstein, Munich, London, Canada, New York)


Re: family tree template #general

capntee@...
 

I use Legacy as you can start free which gives you unlimited people on your tree and enables data to be stored easily.


Re: Polish or Yiddish Translation #poland #translation

Dr.Josef ASH
 

Sorry, Elise,
but are you sure you have sent the proper files?
1 there are two records. which of them do you want to have translated?
2 both are neither Yiddish no Polish, but Russian
3 No one of them made in Juzefow, Poland.
so I can translate, but I don't know what to...


Levitts in Lithuania - Ponovehz 1852-1891 #lithuania

Devorah Eisenbach
 

bs'd Is there anyway to find records by only pertaining to this period?  I know that my ggf Yaacov Levitt was born around1852 and arrived in the 
states in 1889-1891  and can't find any record of his birth of arriage or wife - Ita or children Yosef, Becie, Moshe, Beryl Hirsh, Chaya
Is there anything I can do to find them?


Zelig Zeligman from Liskiava / Leckava and Unknown Segal / Segalowitch from Yahotyn #lithuania #ukraine

Bonnie W.
 

I'd love to connect with anyone who might have information about my great-great grandfather Zelig Zeligman (Seligman) and his wife Roche (parents of my great grandfather Elias) and another wife of Zelig's I've found listed in JewishGen named Gute (or maybe they are the same person?). Zelig was from Liskiava (Leckava), Lithuania.

I'm having difficulty sorting out the situation about the two wives and timelines. My father knows only that his great grandmother was named Roche (who I found with Zelig as parents in Elias's death record) or Rachel and she was married twice, including to a Segal / Segalowitch (our cousins). He has never heard of Gute (whom I've found in multiple records with Zelig, including a census record where my 2-year-old great grandfather Elias was living in their home) and it's hard to find much about Roche or Gute without knowing their maiden names. Thank you!

Bonnie Widerman

Researching:
Zeligman / Seligman from Ylakiai and Liskiava, Lithuania
Segal / Siegal / Segalowitch from Yahotyn and Konotop, Ukraine


Re: Meisner Yitschak Rudolf #romania

Peninah Zilberman
 

Highly recommend to send an inquiry to the Cluj Archives, address on the net

There is a nominal charge but it is worth it.

Due to COVID-19, might take longer but you will hear from them.

Send as much as possible data u have

Good Luck

Peninah

 

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MyHeritage Free Full Access to US Yearbook Collection Until May 23, 2020 #events

Jan Meisels Allen
 

 

MyHeritage is offering full access for free for their U.S. Yearbook Collection until May 23, 2020. The collection contains almost 290 million records corresponding to individuals identified and consolidated through name-spotting techniques and algorithmic analysis. Records in this collection will list the person’s name, often their gender, school’s name and location, and likely residence based on the location of the school.

 

Yearbooks are an invaluable resource because they can provide such fascinating information on people we may only have known later in their lives. These records can tell us where and what those people studied, what their interests were, who they hung out with, and how they looked during this formative period.

 

If you try to access the collection after the deadline you will be invited to subscribe to MyHeritage.

Go to:

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


To read more see: https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/05/heres-how-15-celebrities-looked-during-their-high-school-years-in-color/

 

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

 


Jewish Postal Employees Welfare League of Manhattan and Bronx #general

Stephen Cohen
 



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Dear Jewishgenners:

Does anyone have any actual connection or contact information with a real person who is a member of the Jewish Postal Employees Welfare League of Manhattan and Bronx? This is in regard to deeds and ownership of burial plots.

I am NOT looking for ancient Guidestar or other non-profit information from the 1970s. What I seek is a living person who is a member of this benevolent society.

Thanks,

Steve Cohen  drstevecohen@...
Central New Jersey


Passenger records Rotterdam 1921 #general

Mary Henderson
 

Hi, all!
 
I'm hoping to locate emigration information on Ida Groener/Groner who left Rotterdam for the United States on the SS Noordam and arrived in the US on Oct. 23, 1921, according to her petition for naturalization.  I thought I would be able to use the City of Rotterdam (Netherlands) Archives passenger lists of the Holland-America Line:
 
But it looks like the records only go through 1920.  Are there any other resources I can use to find her emigration papers from 1921?  I'm hoping to find something that will confirm who her parents are - her mother is believed to be Helene Rosenbaum, but I don't have anything to substantiate that.
 
Thank you!   
gengenres@...>
Mary Henderson 

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FW: Nasz Przeglad Update #JewishGenUpdates #poland

hadassahlipsius
 

 

JewishGen is pleased to announce that an additional 2274 records has been added to the Nasz Przeglad Warszawa Death notice database.  The database now contains over 20,000 death notices covering the time period of 1923 to 1939 with over 53% of the records now linked to online images.   This database is significant for Warszawa researchers as vital records are not publicly available after the year 1915 and post- World War I records are extremely limited.  These newspaper death notices are possibly the only information you will find on your Warszawa ancestors. 

 

 

You can access these records by visiting https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/all/ and selecting Poland as the region.

 

The Nasz Przeglad Project is part of the Warszawa Resesarch Group.  More information on the database can be found at https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/NaszPrzeglad.htm

 

Hadassah Lipsius

Warszawa Research Group

 


Re: Seeking birth records for 1880s/90s, Biharudvari, Hungary for FRIEDMANN family #hungary

Beth Long
 

Actually, I see it has its own record set: https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/253716?availability=Family%20History%20Library


"I am hunting for records of the family of Izsak and Szidonia Friedmann who lived in Biharudvari, Hungary in the late 1800s, I am trying to locate the birth records for their children (Margit Friedmann; Ferenc Friedmann; Szerén Friedmann; Regine Friedmann; Ernest Friedmann; Irén Friedmann and Kalman Friedmann) so it will help me to work out when they moved to Vienna. I have found Kalman and Ferencz in the civil records in 1897 and 1898 but would like to see the older children too. I would be very grateful if someone could help me to find the synagogue records for Biharudvari for before 1895.            Very many thanks,"


moderated Re: Which name do I use to enter into my family tree program---the old Russian name or the USA name? #general #names

sharon yampell
 

I would use whichever each branch uses….

 

I have numerous last names on my tree that various branches use different permutations….on the older generations , like those who never came to America, I use what was known as the original last name and then used whatever permutation each branch decided to use.

 

Sharon F. Yampell

Voorhees, NJ USA

GenealogicalGenie@...

 

From: Cindy Zsenai
Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2020 6:00 PM
To: main@...
Subject: Re: [JewishGen.org] Which name do I use to enter into my family tree program---the old Russian name or the USA name? #names

 

If the family arriving in the US used Kahn, but the family arriving in Israel used Kan, what name should I use?

 

Thank you.