Re: Translation from Polish - Mila 18 Testimony #holocaust #poland #translation

Greg Tuckman

Thank you Jeff.  I am researching my ancestor Melech Blones who was also a member of the Ghetto resistance fighting group and died in the Mila 18 bunker.  Please share this document when it is translated.
Greg Tuckman

Re: Silverman Family of Providence #usa


I am also originally from Providence, Rhode Island, and my paternal great grandmother Hinda was a Silverman (or Zilberman). She immigrated from Letychiv (Ladyzhin), Russia, now Ukraine, to Providence in approximately 1905, her husband having emigrated there earlier. When she arrived, she discovered that her husband, possibly Yehuda or Abraham, had married again. I’m looking for any information about any of these persons. Thanks. David M. Brodsky, davidmbrodsky1016@...

Re: Origin of the name Brodsky #ukraine

Kenneth Ryesky

My Brodsky g-g-gf was a Kohen.  Any Brodsky Kohanim out there?
-- Ken Ryesky
Petach Tikva, ISRAEL

Ken Ryesky,  Petach Tikva, Israel     kenneth.ryesky@...

Re: Help with name of Mecie #names


I had a great aunt called Mechcia - also known as Mechce.

Ruth Bloomfield

Re: Gary Perlman, JGS of Montreal named 2020 Volunteer of the Year by the IAJGS #announcements #jgs-iajgs

Nolan Altman

Congratulations Gary!  Well-deserved!

Re: Origin of the name Brodsky #ukraine


I believe it means "From the town of Brody."

viewmate help request - Russian #translation

Marty Meyers

I've posted (for Sandra Krisch) some vital records in Russian for
which she needs a
translation. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses =E2=80=A6

(from Sandra)
These records document the marriage of my maternal grandparents They
include allegata, so they should be a rich source of information. I
will be grateful for translations this community can provide. You
have always been most generous in responding to my requests for help.

Sandra Krisch
Carefree, AZ

Prysewiczuvna girls school in Lodz #lodz

Alan Glixman

Dear group

Two people I am researching supposedly went to a girls school in the 1930s in Lodz which I believe was called "Prysewiczuvna" (although I couldn't find it on Google so the spelling may be or was slightly different - apologies).

Their names are Krysia (Krystyna) MONTAG and Janka (Janina) MONTAG. I believe that they were both born around 1921. They were cousins.

I am hoping that records survive from this school which might help me in my research.

Does anyone know of this school or where I might look to find records from there?

With thanks

Alan Glixman
Sydney, Australia

Researching in Poland: in the region of Plock (LICHTENSTEIN, POZNANSKI, KROTOZYNSKI); in Praszka (GLIKSMAN, HEYMAN, KON, SZTYLLER); in Pabianice (GLIKSMAN)

Re: Aramaic Translation Help! #translation


Thank you and Shalom Malka!

That is my great grandfather's name: Yosef Haim ben Shimon Eliyahou [Alterman].

The Bellems #unitedkingdom


Dear friends, 
We hope you are all keeping well. 
We were wondering if anyone might know of anything in relation to the Bellem family, who originally resided in Plymouth and Dartmouth in England. Their name is also sometimes spelt "Bellam". 
There is a certain Bellam that is a mystery to us, at the moment. His name is Isaac Bellam, and he appears as a subscriber to the  Seder Ha-Tefillah Translated by A. Alexander and B. Meyers, published in London in 1770, by W. Tooke. We do not know where he fits into our tree at the moment, but are fairly confident he is related to us because of his surname. 
If anyone has any Bellem ancestors, or thinks they might be able to help, we would be very grateful if you could let us know. 
Wishing you all the best, 
Yoav Aran and Andrew Kopkin

Re: Can anyone figure this surname out? #names

Phyllis Rosner

I think it's Rauchlose

Re: Aramaic Translation Help! #translation





It is a Ktuba (Marriage contract) and it is indeed in Aramaic.  I could only make out the name of the groom – Yosef Haim son of Aliyahu.  Shalom, Malka Chosnek

Re: CORRECTED TIME/DATE - Romania Research Division Meeting (Thurs, Aug. 13, 12:30 EST) #announcements #jgs-iajgs

Meryl Menon

You mentioned registration. Is it a correct assumption that if we are already a paid participant for the IAJGS conference that we can attend without further registration?

Re: surname Lobel clarification re literacy #general #romania

Meryl Menon

This message is just to say that my great-grandfather, Myer Lobel, was from Romania- perhaps from Roman. I have been seeking more information without success. He went to Montreal. I think his wife's maiden name was Michaelevitz.  My grandmother, Molly, was born in Romania. Do you want to share information to see if we are connected or is Lobel too common a name to proceed in that direction? Luc Radu, do you have any more information? Thanks.

Re: Aramaic Translation Help! #translation

Kalman Appel

The text is indeed Aramaic.  The document is a traditional ketubah or marriage contract between a Jewish husband and wife.  Google “ketubah text translation” and look for a traditional translation, which will give you the printed parts of the document text.
Kalman Appel

Phone    702.466.8248
Skype:   KAL702

Re: Origin of the name Brodsky #ukraine

Sheryl Prenzlau

I have a huge tree of Brodsky's, as this was my great grandmother's name.  Her name was  originally Baretsky. You can write me directly for more info.

Re: Burial Society at Mount Hebron Flushing, Queens, NY #usa



The Jewish Genealogical Society, Inc. (New York) has a Burial Society Database Project that could be a good resource:

The Burial Society FAQ page has links for more information about burial societies that no longer exist.


Re: Can anyone figure the surname of Rauchlese out? #names

Dr.Josef ASH

something derived from Rohale, Rahel

Josef Ash

Re: CORRECTED TIME/DATE - Romania Research Division Meeting (Thurs, Aug. 13, 12:30 EST) #announcements #jgs-iajgs

John Hirschmann

I’m quite sure you mean 12:30 PM EDT. (Eastern Daylight Time). It’s summer right now and we are on summer time. 

looking for details about Mendelsohn family born in Warsaw and emigrated to the US around 1864 #usa #poland #galicia #warsaw

Beth Erez

Moses (Morris) Mendelsohn and his wife Leah Ellen Goldberg Mendelsohn were born (probably in Warsaw) around 1832 and emigrated to the US (New York) between 1864 and 1870.  They had four children in Warsaw: Isaac J., Joseph H., Hyman (Herman), Louis and another three in New York (Frank - my great-grandfather, Charles and Bertha (Betsy) - later married to Sender Federbush.  We have not been able to find tombstones for either Moses or Leah and are unsure about the immigration records we have found them all on many census records but immigration dates seem different for all, which is unlikely but possible  We would be particularly interested in tracing their ancestors back in Warsaw and was hoping the tombstones might give us names of their fathers.   I have looked at JewishGen and GesherGalicia Warsaw records to no avail.  Suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks, Beth

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