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Pearl FINKELSTEIN missing death records 1891

Kenneth Packer
 

Paul,
I do not know the specific answer to your question, but I have many relatives in Winnipeg.  The majority of them who have passed away are buried in Hebrew Sick Benefit Cemetery, 2605 McPhillips St., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  Maybe the cemetery has some data on your family.
 
Good luck,
Ken Packer
Washingtonville, NY

Researching: PEKER, PACKER, BECKER, PECKER from anywhere in the Ukraine, especially towns within a 100 mile radius for Kiev (Korostyshev, Zhitomer, Koristan, Brusilov, Khordorkev, Rudni). 





Re: How to find UKRAINE birth and marriage records #ukraine #records #russia

ntc52@...
 

Jewishgen has a database on: 'Rovno, Poland community fee contributions' February 1939. 
This lists Names, addresses, occupations and amount contributed. you may be lucky and find a relative.
Noreen  Clark (England)
Szczepanski / Mrozowska


Re: Soviet Union genealogy #russia

Pavel Bernshtam
 

Try following WWII resources (all in Russian, of course):
http://podvignaroda.ru/?#tab=navPeople_search
https://obd-memorial.ru/html/index.html

Pavel Bernshtam


Re: Turkish or Sabbatean Jews and Jews from Salonika #general

Sherri Bobish
 


Robin,

Have you checked if www.familysearch.org has vital or other types of records from those regions?

Regards,

Sherri Bobish


Re: Soviet Union genealogy #russia

Gary Khusidman
 

Ozzy,

The question is too vague.  It may be more helpful if you indicated the last names and towns where they lived.  If you have first names and birth years, it may help narrow things down a little more, especially with common last names.

Sincerely, 
Gary Khusidman 


Re: Jewish Refugee Admissions to the U.S. in 1940 #usa #holocaust

Sherri Bobish
 


Hi Linda,

We probably have to separate two things here.  The U.S. allowed a very restricted amount of immigrants at that time, and we now know that for years The U.S. was not even using the small allocated amount of permissible immigrants in from certain countries, i.e. Germany.

It makes sense that people would remember it as The U.S. not taking any more immigrants, considering how hard it was to get a spot.

This page from The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is very informative on the subject.
https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/the-united-states-and-the-refugee-crisis-1938-41


Regards,

Sherri Bobish


On Thu, Feb 18, 2021 at 08:46 PM, Linda Higgins wrote:
That is about the same time my grandfather's brother immigrated from the Russian Empire.  His descendants have told me that the United States was not taking any more immigrants at the time and he went to Argentina.


Pearl FINKELSTEIN missing death records 1891

Paul Silverstone
 

For some time I have been trying to find the death details of my
great-grandmother Pearl Finkelstein. Perhaps someone has an idea I have
not tried.
She arrived in New York in December 1890 with her son Joseph & his
family, on the s.s. Russia from Hamburg. Her age is given as 59. She
was a widow, her husband Mendel having died about 1880.
This age is unlikely because her son Tevel already in Winnipeg was born
about 1840.
The first child in the family named Pearl was born in 1895, so she had
died by that year.
Joseph's daughter wrote that she had arrived in Winnipeg which would
have been in January 1891. She is not listed in the census of 1891
taken in May.
A search of the Manitoba Archives reveals no death certificate for her.
The Jewish cemetery in Transcona is missing most of its gravestones
and there is no list of who is buried there.

I believe she must have died shortly after arriving in Winnipeg the
winter of 1891.


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Paul Silverstone
West Vancouver, BC

see: www.paulsilverstone.com


Re: How to find UKRAINE birth and marriage records #ukraine #records #russia

mvayser@...
 

Bob,
"s.o." - shorthand for "son of", as in Ios son of David.

I listed the people with the last name you asked about in the Novaya Ushitsa documents.  Notes for one of the families states that they live in Staraya Ushitsa now, so I check records for that town and found Leybish there, along with some additional family members.

Mike Vayser


Re: Joining Ukraine discussion #ukraine

mvayser@...
 

I've seen him mentioned in a Russian language article under the name Чурапин (standard transliteration Churapin). "Ch" in his name is read as  "chess", "cheer"; "ou" transliteration to French to express the Russian letter/sound "у" (book).

There are a lot of results in Google for this last name, including WW2-era Soviet military on pamyat-naroda.ru.

Didn't he have ties with MI5 and provided information to them about the German counterfeit currency plan?  He had to be well placed to be in the know about this information.  Having a hard time reconciling his role in the counterfeiting intelligence with his stateless status and being an enlisted man or a junior office (not sure about his rank).  But then again, I don't know much about him.

Mike Vayser


Re: Please read Hebrew names on my parents' marriage certificate #names #translation #usa

Malka
 

 

Hello,

 

The Hebrew name of the groom is Mordechai son of Yosef – Martin; Surname is Bassit

The Hebrew name of the bride is Zipa daughter of Ya’akov -  Sylvia; Surname is Berkowitz

Shabbat shalom,
Malka Chosnek


Re: How to find UKRAINE birth and marriage records #ukraine #records #russia

BobRosenthal
 

Sorry for my delay in replying. I couldn't find the original post then saw your comment. The town name was spelled incorrectly: Nova Ushytsia (Khmelnytska).
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Bob Rosenthal
Palatine, IL USA


Re: How to find UKRAINE birth and marriage records #ukraine #records #russia

BobRosenthal
 

A little delayed in my reply. sorry. Yes, the name was Duvid. As said earlier, his spouse was Ruchel and I do not know her maiden name.

The children I am certain of are Simon (Shimon) b. July 19 1881, d. Mar 1963 in Philadelphia. Shimon was my great-grandfather. He also had a daughter, Clara (original name or DOB 1887 d unknown), Samuel (Shmuel) born in Commetoes in 1887 and died Apr 1963 (not certain where but most likely Philadelphia. Lastly, Morris (b 1/10/1892 in Commetoes and died 6/23/1959 in Philadelphia. My guess is I was also wrong on Duvid - I suppose Commetoes is the most likely place of birth.

I have run across the name Mortko but haven't been able to place him. Are you suggesting he was also Duvid's son. Lastly, I am unclear about the original comment made Ios s.o. Duvid. Was Duvid's father also Duvid?

Bob Rosenthal
Palatine, IL USA


Is there a SIG that covers Zakroczym? #poland

relly800@...
 

I could not find a FB SIG for Zakroczym and wonder if there is a group for descendants of the town.
Thanks
Relly Coleman
 


Re: Please help me read this letter in Hebrew #israel #romania #translation

Dubin, David M. MD
 

Name 5 is Jakob Menachem Steinmetz, probably the person you’re looking for.


Praise God    Here (ie, Safed).  important notice


Among the tribes of Israel we send this Faithful notice

And its sound should pass among every corner and encampment

And within the borders of our Merciful brethren the people of our place Mermoresch
And the outlying places of Munkacz, Khust And all the places of the people of our state...

Much much more. The rabbis in Safed are asking for charity from that area in Hungary from which they came.

david Dubin 
teaneck nj 


Re: Please help me read this letter in Hebrew #israel #romania #translation

Dubin, David M. MD
 

Signatures all begin Neum or Uneum, meaning “the words of”
Third name Dov Wieder of Rosa—-
Fifth name is Steinmetz, not stein, probably “from marmoresch” (see the stamped seal)
Sixth name. Son of rabbi zindel 
8 the insignificant Chaim Yitzchak —-
9- Moshe son of the rabbi zindel whose memory will live into the next world (zindel must have been a renowned holy man)
10- agree that 7 says “from Welchowitz” and the same place in this signature. 

13 either Heschel —- Tessler or the insignificant Shlomo? Tesler

david dubin
teaneck nj 


Re: Joining Ukraine discussion #ukraine

dwhitehead2634@...
 

I likely got a bit ahead in his story since, in 1939-40, he was a member of the French 22nd Regiment comprised, what I understood, of East European Jews and Spaniards. No, not that simple. While he was in the 22nd, the regiment was more nuanced - 25% Spanish (the unit was formed from a French immigrant camp), 30% Polish and Romanian Jews, and 45% Belgians, Swiss, Poles, Luxembourgeois, Romanians, Norwegians, Portuguese, Hungarians, Russians, Yugoslavs and Austrians. It is likely Chourapine was in the latter group, likely non-Jewish.
 
I agree the name is likely a Westernized version of his Russian/Ukrainian name. Any suggestions what that name could have been? I came up with Chourapine/Хурапін/Khurapin/Pola Shorapyna for example but I have absolutely zero knowledge in Russian- and Ukranian-langauage name origins.

Since writing that and getting bounced for omitting my name I concluded that Chourapine was unlikely to have been anything close to his real name. He was a stateless person without passport working ships around the Mediterranean, probably specializing in the black market. He was bounced back and forth between Greece and France, Greece finally reaching an arrangement with Polish authorities to permit Chourapine to board the S/S Lewant at Piraeus ferrying Polish refugees to France in late-October, early-November 1939.

Anyone know anything about that 1939 voyage of the S/S Lewant?
 
Thank you! 

Dennis Whitehead


Feb. 23: CJH Genealogy Coffee Break #events

Moriah Amit
 

Next Tuesday (2/23) at 3:30 pm ET, tune into the Center for Jewish History's Facebook page for the next episode of Genealogy Coffee Break. Are you nervous about handling your family documents and archival collections? Have no fear! Our Special Collections Librarian will demonstrate appropriate handling techniques for documents, photographs, and books, and answer your questions on this subject live. There is no registration or log in. To join the live webinar, click "Follow" on the top of the Center's Facebook page and a notification will pop up on your screen when the webinar goes live. Note: If the notification doesn't appear or if you don't have a Facebook account, you can still watch the webinar on our Facebook videos page once it goes live. Catch up on the entire series here.
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Moriah Amit
Senior Genealogy Librarian, Center for Jewish History
New York, NY
mamit@...


Re: Please read Hebrew names on my parents' marriage certificate #names #translation #usa

Dubin, David M. MD
 

Hi
its the standard traditional Ketuba text. You can find a translation online. 


monday 21 Elul 5700
chicago

hebrew names 
groom
mordecai son of Josef, known as Basist 

bride:
the virgin
Tzippa daughter of Jakob, known as Berkowitz

witnesses
baruch Aryeh son of shalom Teller
mr Moshe son of Josef (funny he calls himself mister in his signature)

david dubin
teaneck NJ




Descendants of Chaim Lebovits #romania

Moishe Miller
 

Hello,
 
I am looking for decedents of Chaim Lebovits, married to Zseni Einhorn. He was born 1870 in a small town in Romania called Birsanov in Yiddish. His father may have also used the surname of Jurowics.
 
Would anyone know any more about this family?
 
In JewishGen I have found these clues:
a son of Ahron & Dina, named Chaim: 
Chajem  19-May-1870 
LEBOVITSAhron
 
 
-, Dine
 
Barczanfalu 
 
Szigeti 
Máramaros 
STERN, Josef
 
  Romanian National Archive - Baia Mare Branch - Book 1098 
13b-09 
 
Who, I think married Zseni Einhorn and had at least these two children:
Aron  14-Dec-1895 
LEBOVITSChajm
Barczanfalu 
 
EINHORNZseni
Fejeregyhaza 
Maramarossziget  
 
Szigeti 
Marmaros 

 
Father is 25 ; mother is 23. Child died in Budapest in 1898 under record 1256.  Romanian National Archives - Baia Mare branch - Register Book 101 / 1371 
126 
Hani  25-Dec-1897 
LEBOVICSChajim
Barczanfalu 
 
EINHORNZseni
Fejeregyhaza 
Maramarossziget 
 
Szigeti 
Maramaros 

 
Father was men's tailor, age 27. Mother was 25.  Romanian National Archives - Baia Mare Branch. Inventory 1371, Book 103 
686 
and he birth of Chaim's Ahron is repeated in another records book:
Ahron  14-Dec-1895 
LEBOVITSChajim
Barczanfalva 
Birsana, Romania 
EINHORNLomdil / Somdil
Fejeregyhaz 
Bila Tserkva, Ukraine 
Maramarossziget 
Sighetu Marmatiei 
Szigeti 
Maramaros 
EINHORN, Jakob
 
Father is tailor  Romanian National Archives - Baia Mare branch - Register Book #282-A 
43-05 
 
 
Thank you and stay safe,
Moishe Miller

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


GUREVITCH brothers #belarus

Dennis Flavell
 

Seeking any information on GUREVITCH brothers Sandor and Hilliard born NE of Minsk c 1870 / 80's , disapeared / missing. Parents were Isaya and Brayna.
Siblings of brothers moved to the UK, Canada, USA circa early 1900's.
From
Dennis FLAVELL.


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