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Re: Records from 1807-1811 #romania #bessarabia #ukraine

Yefim Kogan
 

Luc,  thank you very much.  That is great.  I knew that in Moldova they used at some point cyrillic, but that language goes back probably 15 century or so.

Did you or anybody else in the group tried to read the 'second' page I sent?

All the best,
Yefim Kogan


Re: Deportation from U.S. ports back to Eastern Europe #general

mindyoc
 

What do readers believe is the best data base for early 1900 passenger records?


Record of immigration to Israel 1960 #records #israel #hungary

Judith Shamian
 

my parents and I arrived to Israel 1960, legacy.  Can anyone tell me how do I find the records of our arrival including dates and any other relevant information.  We got our exit papers in Hungary, I would also like to get those record.  Any advice on how to find these two immigration documents would be greatly appreciated

Judith shamian grunfeld


Re: Deportation from U.S. ports back to Eastern Europe #general

RDeutsch@...
 

I  found a record of my ggf Nachman Deutsch coming to the United States from Dolhinov (Belarus, Lithuania, Russia) along with one of his young children Chaim Deutsch.  Then no additional records at all until 1904 when my grandfather Abraham Deutsch came to the United States and the young child my ggf came with shows up coming again.   No records of leaving the US and no records of living here and no records of my ggf????   They must have returned but what a brick wall.


Re: given name "Slawa"? #names #poland

Jana.Tegel@...
 

It is a short form of BRONISLAVA.
BrOnja ist a one possibility to be called. And SlAva the second one. 
With an another stress the word BronjA means armor. And Slava means glory.
BRONISLAVA means the glory of the armor.
It is a beautiful russian name.

Jana


Re: Jewish soldier in Boer War #general

Jeremy Lichtman
 

Some records of Jewish soldiers in the Boer War can be found on the SA Jewish Rootsbank database, here: http://www.jewishroots.uct.ac.za/Military.aspx


Re: Research individuals in France/MEYER #france

David Choukroun
 

Dear Barbara,

I forget to write : in case this is Laubach, Just change the city in the interface
http://archives.bas-rhin.fr/registres-paroissiaux-et-documents-d-etat-civil/

Regards
David

david.choukroun@...
France


Re: Research individuals in France/MEYER #france

David Choukroun
 

Dear Barbara,

I tried Geneanet without success
this is most probably Lembach in Alsace (67), France

You can find all the records (birth , marriage , death) via a nice interface : http://archives.bas-rhin.fr/registres-paroissiaux-et-documents-d-etat-civil/ETAT-CIVIL-C262#search-results
I am reading 1717 as early dates

As always, if you are not sure about the dates, start  with the Decennale tables

Hope you will find your names !

Best regards
David

david.choukroun@...
France


FBI Case Files on Fold3 #records

Sherri Bobish
 

 
Dear Genners,
 
There is a database "FBI Case Files" on Fold3.
 
There are two separate pages in that database, as follows:
 
Ester LOEFFELFELD
# 40-628
 
Both pages have the same number.
 
Can anyone with access to Fold3 tell me what these two pages contain?
 
Since her surname here has the same misspelling as on her 1921 passenger manifest, I am wondering if it relates to that, or her naturalization?
 
Thank you,
 
Sherri Bobish
Princeton, NJ


Lazar Schwimmer + Ruchel Berkovits, married 1899 in Munkacs #general #subcarpathia #ukraine

Moishe Miller
 

Hello,

My g-gm had a brother named Lazar Schwimmer, born 1876, who married Ruchel Berkovits in 1899, in Munkacs. He had a shoe store. Does anyone have knowledge of this family?

-Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
JGFF# 3391
moishe.miller@...


Re: What's a Cutter? #usa #general

Alexander Sharon
 

This profession was very popular just 50 years ago in Poland based Jewish tailoring co-operatives. Today I cannot locate name or definition of the tailor-cutter in Polish dictionaries.
If you are searching name of cutter in old Polish professions is known as "zakrojczy" [zah kroh i:chi]

Alexander Sharon


Re: Research individuals in France/MEYER #france

Barbara Stein
 

Art,

My 2ndGGF, Leon Meyer (b. 1836, Laubach? Lembach?), emigrated from Alsace to the U.S. 1855.  His father, Solomon M. Meyer (b. 1798), emigrated in 1859, if I have the correct records.  My grandmother noted that that Solomon was married to a Fredericka Moehler (b. 1803).  As I have not found an immigration record for her, I presume she died before Solomon left France.  I know nothing else about where Solomon and Leon are from or their families.

NOTE:  There is a Solomon Meyer from Alsace who married a Fredericka Moog and I believe this couple has had their records confused with my relatives by others.  Moog is listed as having a daughter Julia and a son Lewis.  Fredericka Moehler had at least six children--Moses, Samuel, Leon, Sophia, David, Simon.

I would welcome any records or hints you might find.  My than ks in advance for your generosity and willingness to help!

Barbara Stein
Seattle, WA


Re: JOWBR Grows Past 3.8 Million Records! #JewishGenUpdates #announcements

crjos
 

I'm delighted that you have added records from Liverpool.  It has let me confirm details for many family members.

Thanks,
Charles Joseph


Re: are there benefits of the My Heritage site over Ancestry #general

Cindy g
 

You may wish to check with your local library as many libraries subscribe to Newspapers.com. You can then access the site for free through the library. You do not have to be at the library to do this. There are many other sites that require paid membership, but can be accessed through you local library.  


Re: Research individuals in France #france

Barbara Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

How kind of you, David.  
My Weisser/Weiser are from BUCZACZ (today called BUCHACH)a Galician shtetl that belonged to Poland between the World Wars and is today in Ukraine.

Per wikipedia: It was in Habsburg Monarchy (1772—1804),
Austrian empire (1804—1867), 
Austro-Hungary (1867—1918), 
Poland (1919—1939).  

Shabbat Shalom, 
Barbara



On Jul 30, 2020, at 2:25 PM, David Choukroun <david.choukroun@...> wrote:

On Sun, Jul 5, 2020 at 09:19 AM, Barbara Mannlein wrote:
Weisser
Dear Barbara, 

I am sorry for your recent loss

I was looking at various lists of people who were caught in France (via Drancy) : can this be the following ones ?

Weiser (Moses) born on July 11th, 1902 in Warsaw (Poland)                    died on September 30th, 1942 in Auschwitz (Poland).  
Weiser (Rosa)         born on the April 1st, 1894 in Budapest (Hungary)            died on August 29th, 1942 in Auschwitz (Poland)

I have no clue where is Buczacz mentioned -- can you please add more information ? 
Regards
David

david.choukroun@...
France



Sunday's presentation #events

Malka
 

Hello,
Please include the details of Sunday's presentation by Rose Feldamn
Thank you, Malka Chosnek


Re: Maiden name of Great Grandmother #ukraine

Raylene Gurewich
 

Ellen, yes it's very frustrating. I hope somehow we can both find that missing branch. I see you are researching WEISSMAN/VAYSMAN. Funny, that is my paternal grandmother's mother's maiden name. She died giving birth to her 6th child in the Ukraine. Her first name was Hinda. The one I am missing is my paternal grandfather's mother.  
--
Raylene Gurewich 
Port Jefferson Station, NY


Re: Jewish soldier in Boer War #general

EdrieAnne Broughton
 

Since the Boer War was fought in South Africa, 1899-1902 you have a time frame for your search.  Since I doubt there was British Army recruitment in Lithuania, I would suppose that he immigrated to Britain before that.  You don't give grandmother's birth date, or the brother's...or what his name was in Lithuania.  With 20 years between siblings, there might have been siblings in between who passed down more complete information.  My advice would be to write out a more complete synopsis of what you know, with complete names and dates as you know them...even off-line, as if you were writing a story and you might answer some of your own questions and at least in the end you might better define what your question is.  
               EdrieAnne Broughton
               Vacaville, California 


Lipschitz-Cohen family of Chicago #usa

Neil Rosenstein
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Charles Lipshitz of chicago
who died there in 2017, father of Rabbi Leon M. Lipshitz, married
Sheri Linn Neiman, having four children and Deborah, married and later
divorced Harold Katz (parents of Yaakov Katz, an American-born Israeli
journalist and author and Editor-in-Chief of The Jerusalem Post since
2016, born in Chicago, in 1979, married, living in Jerusalem, having
four children).


Re: Naturalization Index card states "Missing Record"...lost cause? #records #usa

Susan&David
 

Ryan:   FamilySearch.org has placed the digitized images on-line of the microfilmed  records from this series of naturalizations.  The film has 360 images. 87 of these consist of a single page with only a Missing Docket note and a name.    #147 (image 354) says: "Missing Dockets  Abraham Kaslik"     
I appears that the original records were damaged or lost  before the index cards were prepared, and before filming.  There must have been a listing in existence whereby the absence of a record could have been determined.

If you have access to FamilySearch.org I can help you find it yourself.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

On 7/30/2020 12:03 PM, Ryan Cramer via groups.jewishgen.org wrote:
I've found my 2nd great-grandfather (Abraham Kaslick)'s naturalization index card however in the certificate (attached photo) it states "missing record."  
Is this common?  What would be the reason for this record to be missing?
 
Are there other avenues to pursue where I can find this "missing record"?  Abraham Leib Kaslick was born in Odessa, Russia in May 1858.  According to various census records he arrived in the US between 1886-1889 and settled in East Boston.  Thx



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