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Photo Identification of groom’s attire #poland

annadenbaum@...
 

 
 
Subj: ViewMate Photo Identification
 
I've posted a photo for identification of the groom’s attire. Is it a military uniform? It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.
 
Ann Adenbaum

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Re: "His name was changed at Ellis Island" #names

C Chaykin
 

Stephen, at the risk of stating the obvious, people who claim that their family name was changed at Ellis Island do not mean that it was changed by marriage. This subject is getting old...🥴


Re: Photograph of grave of Rav Yidele Horowitz of Stutchin #israel

dm11204@...
 

His grandson has a shul in Boro Park, Brooklyn.  Supposed to be a very nice guy. Here is the contact info, maybe someone there can help you. 

Minchas Yehuda Stichin
1266 50th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11219
718-436-1166
Rabbi Eliezer Yehoshua Yudkovsky
(contact info from "GoDaven"website)


Ungvar (Uzhhorod) birth records #hungary #general

LarryBassist@...
 

The following reference is given in JewishGen. Is there any way to look at the original record?


Thanks,
Larry Bassist
USA


From Tarnow area: SCHWARZKUCHEL #dna #galicia

gen
 

 
 
 
Looking for any further info or other possible connections to the following:
 
Recently-added Tarnow birth records on Ancestry include 3 Schwarzküchel siblings, born between 1853-1863, with parents Moses & Chana, and 1 Schwarzküchel child born 1860, with parents Markus & Beile, as shown below.

In bold near topI've "penciled in" for consideration our family, given Gitel's Kataya birthplace about 10 miles east of Tarnow - plus DNA match with descendant of Moses > Schia Wolf > Solomon > Emanuel b.1914 Brooklyn.

In bold at bottom, I've "penciled in" for consideration the family of DNA match with descendant of Abraham > Benjamin b.1931.

With impreciseness of DNA, either or both of the families in bold could instead descend from Markus & Beile, or perhaps an unknown other brother in the area.  Among the 1940-1941 Kraków ghetto records also on Ancestry, are other Schwarzküchels born between 1883-1901, who I've not been able to connect up.  Perhaps with more DNA matches and trees ...

     Schwarzküchel,  Moses b.1822 
m. Neuman,             Chana b.1826    d.1902 

Schwarzküchel, Abraham b.<1853 Austria    d.<1898 Austria
   m. Reich,                  Beile               b.<1858 Austria  d.<1905 Austria
Schwarzküchel, Gitel       b.1874 Katary     m.1890 Austria    
Schwarzküchel, Sara               b.1884 Austria    m.1905 NYC 

Schwarzküchel, Sprinze  b.1853 Tarnow
   m. Muller, Moses Aron
Muller, Doba    b.1879 Rzedzin
Muller, Feiga    b.1881 Rzedzin

  Schwarzküchel, Hinde Ruchel b.1861 Tarnow

Schwarzküchel, Schia Wolf  b.1863 Tarnow
   m. Janozalek,         Tillie
Schwarzküchel, Bronka   b.1889 Krakow
Schwarzküchel, Solomon  b.1891 Krakow m.1914 NYC
Schwarzküchel, Bronislawa   b.1892 Kraków 
Schwarzküchel, Tonia   b.1895 Krakow
Schwarzküchel, Abraham    b.1898 ?? a.1948 NYC
             ??,                       Frieda                                                      "
Schwarzküchel, Benjamin b.1931 ??     "
m. Pemper, Rosi b.1884 Kraków  

     Schwarzküchel,  Markus
m.                              Beile
Schwarzküchel, Berl   b.1860 Tarnow
        Schwarzküchel,  ??
   m.                            Esther               b.a1863 Kraków   UK, 1906 Aug 25
Schwarzküchel, Nuchem   b.a1891 "
 
 
Nancy Schlegel
San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA
 
Researching:  
    STORCH / SOLOMON / WACHTEL / ELBAUM   (Gorlice, Austria)   (NYC, USA)
    SCHWARZKUCHEL / RYK,REICH,RICK,RICH     (Tarnow area, Austria)  (NYC, USA)


From Tarnow area: RYK / REICH / RICH / RICK #dna #galicia

gen
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Looking for any further info or other possible connections to the following:
 
Samuel & Beile Ryk appear to be siblings, based on Beile's daughter Sarah listing Samuel's son "Louis Rick" as her cousin in contact field of her passenger record,
plus high DNA matches between their descendants.  Samson might be another sibling, or a close cousin, based on high DNA matches and birthplace?
 
     RYK, Samuel                  b. abt 1852
m. HOLLANDER, Dora    
           RICK, Louis / Leib            b. Galicia   1871, a. NY 1888
           RICK, Sam / Samson       b. Walki     1879, a. NY 1898
           REICH, Morris                  b. Sambor 1886, a. NY 1901


     RYK, Beile                      b. abt 1855
m. SCHWARTZKUCHEL, Abraham

          SCHWARTZ, Gertrude     b. Kataya 1874, a. NY 1927    
     m. TESSER, Abraham            b. Galicia 1868, a. NY 1921
               + 8 children listing birthplaces:  Zepenik (1), Walki (5)

          SCHWARTZ, Sarah           b. Galicia 1884, a. NY 1900  
               passenger record lists contact = cousin "Louis Rick", above


     RYK, Samson                  b. Dembica abt 1864, a. NY 1902
m. GREENSPAN, Minnie     b. Dembica abt 1868, a. NY 1909
          RICK, Isidor                          b. Dembica abt 1890, a. NY 1906
          RICK, Charles / Kolman       b. Dembica 1894, a. NY 1909
          RICK, Oscar / Michel           b. Dembica 1895, a. NY 1909
          RICK, Harry / Heishe           b. Dembica 1898, a. NY 1909


More detail to the above, including another generation (all deceased),
available at:
 
https://schlegelstorckroots.blogspot.com/p/schwartz-reich.html
 

Tarnow area timeline for Schwarzkuchel / Ryk / Tesser:

 
Nancy Schlegel
San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA
 
Researching:  
    STORCH / SOLOMON / WACHTEL / ELBAUM   (Gorlice, Austria)   (NYC, USA)
    SCHWARZKUCHEL / RYK,REICH,RICK,RICH     (Tarnow area, Austria)  (NYC, USA)
                     
                         


Re: Late Registrations in the SubCarp Records #subcarpathia

Jeff at SG
 

I encountered a similar situation with a marriage record. My wife's grandmother, from Nagy Turjajog in subcarpathia. came to NYC in 1905. Her husband was from a town near Serednye and came to the US in 1900. They met in NYC and they were married in NYC in 1907. I have their marriage certificate.

Yet, in researching in the old country records I found a record of their marriage (it was definitely them, no errors) in the Serednye synagogue records dated about 6 months before the NYC marriage and long after she had left Hungary (it was Hungary then) and long after she had arrived in NYC.

I never resolved that mystery. It was not a record of 'engagement' but of a marriage that had not yet happened in the US. I do not think they had even met yet in the us.

Jeff Malka
Researching ORNSTEIN, RIEDERMAN


Seeking Researcher #translation #bessarabia

Rickharold@...
 

RESEARCHER:  Can anyone refer me to a researcher who can look for records on my family from Kalarash?   Last name Harol/Kharol.  First name Itzik, Duvid, Ita.  See previous messages which includes some records. Would like to research further including translations.  Rickharold@...


Gomborow/Gomborov #ukraine #general

Marcia Segal
 

Hello to all,

I’m looking for thoughts and guidance about a family surname, from Gorodische (the location that is supposedly about 100 miles from Kiev). My research has led me to the name Omborow (on the passenger manifest), Homboraw (on the petition for naturalization), Gomborow (used by some family members), and Gomborov (used by other family members). As you can tell, pronunciation played a role in the way the name was documented.

I would like to trace the name and the family further back, but without a better idea about the way the name may have been represented before the passage, it’s a challenge. My question: what could the name have been in an earlier manifestation? I can guess it was more like a gutteral “ch”: Chomborow, but any lead or idea would help. My thanks in advance for your time.

Best wishes,
Em


Help in finding information about Romanian relatives post-1910 #romania #general

Rick Zeckel
 

I am looking to find more about that portion of my family that came from Romania, particularly the parents and siblings of my maternal grandmother, Feiga Singer. My grandmother and her siblings were born in Targu Neamt between 1895 and 1911, but I don’t believe they stayed there. My grandmother left from there in 1921, traveling to Antwerp, Belgium, where she met my grandfather and gave birth to my mother. As far as I can tell the remainder of her family remained in Romania until at least after World War II.

 

Feiga was born in 1898 to Avram Meir and Sura Segal. She was the third of eight children. I do not have dates or locations associated with the death of either of the parents. Of the remaining children this is what I have:

 

Moishe was born in 1895. He married a woman named Frima Avram with whom he had two children: Gina born in 1925 and Itzhak in 1930. I believe he was living in Buzau at the time he became a father. He survived the war having spent some time in a labor camp (I don’t know which one). In 1950, still living in Buzau, he officially changed his name to Marcel Abramovici. He may well have used Abramovici or Abramovitz for quite some time prior to that point. The family moved to Israel at different times in the 1950s.

 

Riva was born in 1896. That is the only information I have on her.

 

Iosub was born in 1900. I have seen several items that make it appear he died in Iasi in 1944, but I can’t be sure that any of them are actually this person or just someone with the same name.

 

Simon was born in 1902. That is the only information I have on him.

 

Rebeica was born in 1904. In 1927 she visited Feiga in Antwerp. The Belgium archives show her name as being Rebecca Abramovici and that she resided in Bezeau. At some point, after returning to Romania in 1928, she married Aurel Creteu (I am not sure of the spelling of either his first or last name). They had a child named Adrian in 1946. They remained in Romania until the 1960s when they emigrated to Israel. Moishe’s grandchildren called her “Aunt Riri”.

 

Zalman was born in 1906. According to information contained in the Yad Vashem database he had at least two children and used the name Abramovici. He died in the Tighina death camp in 1942.

 

Tauba, the youngest of Feiga’s siblings, was born in 1910. She was married and lived in Bucharest. One source says she married Shlomo Hamundis in 1940. Another source says she married Roland Shternberg. She died in the Shoah but I don’t know the location of her death.

 


Meaning of 'Occupation' in Lodz Ghetto #general #poland

Terry Ashton
 

In the Lodz Ghetto records from USHMM, a relative’s occupation is described as ‘Scherer.’ I have used Google translate for a literal meaning which is ‘clipper/shearer’ but that doesn’t seem to make much sense. Any suggestions as to what the likely occupation may have been whilst working in the factory named below?

 

 

Terry Ashton

PRASHKER: Kalisz, Poland/SZUMOWSKI: Gorki, Zdunska Wola, Lomza,  Poland/WAJNGOT: Poland/WIERZBOWICZ: Gorki, Lomza, Poland/GOLDMAN: Blaszki, Poland/SEGAL/SEGALOVICH: Vilnius, Lithuania/HOLTZ: Dvinsk, Russia

 

 


Re: "His name was changed at Ellis Island" #names

Michael Hoffman
 

There was no immigration officers checking the status of passengers arriving in the UK before at least 1905, passengers just walked off the ship.


Re: "His name was changed at Ellis Island" #names

Alan Gordon
 



My second cousin, during an interview I conducted, informed me that his grandfather, Frank Kanserstein, had his name changed at Ellis Island.  Frank's was the husband of my great aunt, and I never met him.  According to my cousin, Frank's real name was "Thomaspol," but when they asked him what his name was, he replied, "Kanserstein," or "I can't understand."  Given your combined experiences, does this make any sense?


Re: Information Tuetz (Tuczno) - Marienwerder - W. Prussia #poland

Peter Lowe
 

Have you tried the Marienwerder records available from this link ?:
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/228694?availability=Family%20History%20Library

I am only aware of surviving Jewish records of Tütz from before 1820, which was when my paternal ancestors lived there. 

Have you added your family to the collaborative Geni Tree  ( free to use as a Basic member) ?   

Peter


Lustbader Family from Novy Sanz #poland #general

neilan1
 

I'm hoping that someone out there has information regarding Yaakov Lustbader, b. 1899, Novy Sanz Poland, d. 1980, Israel,    Parents;  Shimon Lustbader & Rachel unknown.
Neilan Stern. 
searching:  Stern, Stieglitz, Pistrong - Radomysl Wielki;   Aronowsky, Aronovsky, Entes - Vilijampole, Kovno Lithuania;   Black, Schwarz - Nesvizh, Belarus.
Thank you.
neilan1@...


Re: Possible for JewishGen to provide translations of headings for original records/forms? #general

Alan Shuchat
 

Here is a translation of the headings for Odessa records that I made and posted years ago

http://sites.rootsweb.com/~ukrodess/page8.html

--
Alan Shuchat
Newton, MA


Re: Yiddish or Hebrew name for IDA #belarus #names

Friedrich L.
 

I had already answered some days ago; no idea where my posting has gone.

My wife's paternal grandmother was the daughter of a rabbi in the Bobruisk/Azarichi area in Belarus. Her Russian hame was SINAIDA. When she came to Germany in 1923 she always used the shortened form IDA. I am not aware of any Yiddish name of her.


Re: Looking for Polish woman who jumped off train to Auschwitz #holocaust #poland

Erica Fox Zabusky
 

A cousin by marriage and family friend, Edja Rosenzweig, jumped from a train going from the Hasag in Czestochowa to Auschwitz in mid-January 1945. She was about 21 at the time. My father interviewed her shortly before she passed away in 2002, and she told her entire wartime story. She said she and about 10 others in her group jumped from the train (they knocked out a window), and several made it to the woods where they hid out for several days. Edja was shot in the leg as she escaped. It might be possible to determine the names of some of the others depending on what kinds of records exist from the Hasag. For the person collecting stories, pls let me know if you would like more details about Edja's story. 

Erica Fox Zabusky
ZABUSKI - Czestochowa, Sochaczew
FRYDMANN - Sochaczew
BRAUN, PANKOWSKI - Czestochowa
FIKSEL, RUDMAN - Izaslav, Slavuta, Odessa, Kharkov
POLISZUK, GOLDMAN - Izaslav, Slavuta


Adoptions in the US around the 1930s #general #dna

Adam Turner
 

Was it ever common around the 1930s for families that had adopted a baby to announce their child's arrival as if it was an ordinary birth?

I am researching an unexpected match in a number of cousins' DNA results. The ethnicity analysis suggests that this person likely has one, but not two, Jewish biological parents, and the strength and pattern of their matches suggests extremely strongly that this person is indeed a biological relative of our family. They were born in 1936 and appear to have been raised in the US state of Georgia by parents who were likely both Baptists. (Much of my family also lived in Georgia in 1936, although mostly not in the part of the state where this person was raised.)

Until I succeed at contacting this person's family, I am trying to gather as much information as I can on my own. One of the things I'm trying to figure out is whether I can narrow down the candidates for the person's possible parent in our family by determining whether that parent is likelier to be male or female. So I'm looking at two main possibilities: an extramarital affair involving the person's mother (suggesting the link is a male cousin in my family) or a baby being given up for adoption (suggesting that the link to my family might well be a female cousin). If I can be pretty confident that this isn't an adoption situation, I can zero in on one of the male cousins as the probable link.

The curious thing is that today I came across a couple of newspaper items that likely involve this person's family. One is apparently of a baby shower for the person's mother, given by their Baptist church. The other, about five weeks later, announced their birth.

So what I'm wondering is: was it a thing back then, especially in the US South, to have showers and birth announcements for adoptive parents? Or does the mere fact that these happened suggest that it's unlikely that a new addition to the family was adopted?

There's a second, particularly fascinating wrinkle involving this genetic genealogy mystery, but I'll save it for a follow-up.


Re: Searching for my great aunt Rakel GOLUB b.1884 Minsk #belarus #holocaust

David Lewin
 

At 16:43 29/06/2020, Angela Lehrer wrote:
I'm searching for the married name of my great aunt Rakel GOLUB born
Minsk 1884 and the names of her children who were probably murdered
in the Minsk ghetto around 1942. Her parents were Aryeh Leib GOLUB
of Lebedev, Belarus and Rose SHULKIN also of Belarus. I've searched
the Bad Arolson archives and contacted the Red Cross, but so far I
haven't traced her. Her brother, my grandfather, Tuvia GOLUB/GLOBE
used to send money to her via Barclays Bank in Liverpool before WW2,
but the bank has no existing archive of that period. I also asked
Yuri Korn from Belarus to investigate but haven't had any luck.
I've run out of ideas and any help would be greatly appreciated as
I'd like to record her name and those of her children in Yad Vashem.

Angela Lehrer
Jerusalem

GOLUB Minsk/Lebedev Belarus
S(H)ULKIN Belarus
BERNSTEIN, DUBOVSKY, GOLDSTEIN Alytus, Suwalki, Lithuania

This, clearly, is NOT your aunt, but a namesake,

Maybe it connects ?

I am in the process of collating 30 year's work of Forence MARMOR at
Mokkom Sholom/Acacia/Bayside cemeteries

Notes from Florence Marmor Data collected by Florence Marmor, David
Gevertzman, David Priever and Maurice Kessler plus other volunteers
from gravestones, death certificates, information from family
members, etc. Copyright 1995 by Florence Marmor, David Gevertzman,
David Priever, Maurice Kessler plus other volunteers, from
gravestones, death certificates, information from family members, etc.


Rachel GOLUB
death cert #2901,
died 01/13/1890 at residence and birthplace 24 Ludlow St., New York,
N.Y. of gastro enteritis and marasmus, age 3 months and 14 days,
father Chaim Golub, mother Bettie Golub, both parents born Russia,
buried 01/15/1890, undertaker Joseph Mistovsky, 8 Bayard St., New York, N.Y.

David Lewin

London

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