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Re: Error on 1851 Anglo-Jewry Database - how to submit corrections/edits? (John HART & family) #records

henry
 

To get a record corrected on that database, contact Petra Laidlaw

Henry Best,
London, UK


BENNO ZEIGER lived in Israel 1940's #austria-czech #israel

Lynn Weisberg
 


-- Re: Benno Zeiger left Vienna during WWII for Israel. I am looking for family members for updated Zeiger/Morgenstern family tree. He was the son of Leopold ( Leibish ) and Perl Presler Zeiger and brother of Lotte, Hermine, Ludwig, Carla and Walter
Lynn Weisberg
Baltimore, Maryland


Re: Seeking help to locate Prussia ancestor’s family town 1830s #germany #poland

rich.meyersburg@...
 

Carrielynn, 
The 1860 census index shows the place of birth as PruBen, which is the German spelling for Prussia, the "B" is actually the German character for "ss", however the handwritten/actual census shows "Prussia".  I suggest that you always look at the actual document whenever possible.
If you haven't searched for them already, I suggest looking in any local newspapers for articles on Marcus Lanskey, including obits, if available, as well as any naturalization documents, Marriage documents, and birth documents for his children.  

Rich Meyersburg
Laurel, MD


Re: Tombstone translation #translation

Hannah Goldner
 

According to google translate the yiddish words are:
Awake was your pure heart to all values ​​of life
--
Hannah Goldner
Brooklyn, NY


LDS original #general

Hannah Goldner
 

On JewishGen I found my grandmother's birth listing with the LDS # and volume number.  Is there a way for me to see the original?
--
Hannah Goldner
Brooklyn, NY


Re: Genealogical Revelations of Hungarian Jewish Families - First Volume Editor - Munkatchi #hungary

davide@...
 

Me too would be interested in having news about that volume.
Thank you in advance.
Davide Csermely


On Sun, Feb 21, 2021 at 11:15 PM, <mefarkas@...> wrote:
Has anyone heard of:
Genealogical Revelations of Hungarian Jewish Families - First Volume Editor - Munkatchi 

The Magyar spelling of the Editor's name would actually be: Munkacsi.

Does anyone have a copy to look something up for me?

Thank you!
Aviyah (Mary) Farkas


Genealogy Programs #general

Fred Selss
 

I am looking to purchase a new Genealogy program compatible with Windows 10. I would like it to be able to make Family Trees for 8 to 10 generations with both ancestors and descendants. Making Family Group Charts is also needed. I also would like a place to record notes. And I would like it to show relationships. And be capable of putting children in order of age. And scan for duplicates and errors. A plus if it allows recording of same sex marriages. I don’t want to post on the Internet. A plus also if it can create a book from the information. Ease of use is a must. Can anyone recommend one they are happy with. Please reply privately. Thanks
Fred Seiss


Re: How to make a payment to a Ukrainian Archive? #records #ukraine #translation

alan moskowitz
 

Larry,
I had the same issue with your file  - it is corrupted.   Try detaching it again from the email the archive sent you.  If that does not work, ask them to resend it.   Also, in response to someone's comment about using Transferwise, I had sent the invoice to them and their response is that they cannot transfer to businesses - only to individuals.  They provided no other guidance.  

alan moskowitz


Seeking Rose GORDON # general #ukraine

sharon yampell
 

With all of the posts about the GORDON last name, I again would like to see if anyone can help me find my great grandmother’s sister.  Her name was Rose POVOLTZKY (or any other reasonable permutation) and she married a man with the last name of GORDON.  I do not know anything else about her; like the year she was born or her husband’s first name, if she had children or even if she came to the United States from Odessa.  A few of the cousins think she may have lived in Coney Island or somewhere else in Brooklyn.  There are so many Rose GORDONS!

 

She is mentioned in brother Louis Powell’s obituary in Philadelphia in .1949.  As of this writing, I do not know if there were other children.  I have the following  children of Joseph and (possibly) Rachael Povolotzky:  Feige (my great grandmother Fanny born in about 1878). Rose, Jonas (John born in 1883), Louis, (1888) and Dora (about 1886)…

 

Sharon F. Yampell

Voorhees, New Jersey

 


Re: DNA Matches - Most CentiMorgans or Largest Segment? #dna #education #poland #ukraine #galicia

Moishe Miller
 

Hello,
You ask an excellent question about the size of a single large cM match. I would always recommend that you consult the Shared cM Project to get a sense of the potential range for your match-size. It is at https://dnapainter.com/tools/sharedcmv4

Putting in 35cM to the "filter", it shows a 51% likelihood of between 4c1r to 8c or even further back. An 8c requires that you can both trace back to all your 10th generation ancestry, all lines. Highly unlikely that even one of you has such a complete tree. A 4c1r relationship is only slightly better; one of you needs to know all lines to the 7th generation and the other to the 6th.

My recommendation is to focus on doing the as much of the paper-trail to have at least all 8 g-gp's with surnames and better, all 16 gg-gp's. For the distant matches, you really need to get to at least gggg-gp's (all 64 of them), if you want to just use surname to identify a 5c match. Or, Once at all 16 gg-gp's, you can try to use shared-matches and triangulation in order to at least narrow down the part of your family pedigree the 35cM match relates to.

You might also review Dana Leed's "Leeds Method". See: https://www.danaleeds.com/can-the-leeds-method-help-me/

Good luck and stay safe,
--

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


Re: Seeking help to locate Prussia ancestor’s family town 1830s #germany #poland

Archange Bousquet
 

Hi Carrielynn,

We had similar questions about an ancestor's place of origin in Europe. One thing that brought a little clarity was reading the instructions given to the US Census takers for the years in question. It has been a while but I recall that they were told to record the place of origin as the current name of the political state of the place at the date the census was taken not what it may have been when the ancestor was born or emigrated. I viewed these instuctions on Ancestry but they are probably available for free elsewhere.
Best wishes,
Jeanne (Lurie)lurierj@...


Re: Given name GELCHON ? #names

binyaminkerman@...
 

My guess would be it's an error in transcribing or deciphering what was meant to be Gershon.
Binyamin Kerman
Baltimore MD


Re: Second try: How do I make a payment to a Ukrainian Archive? #ukraine #translation

sharonrf18@...
 

If there are no Russian/Ukrainian  speakers in your community then why don’t you post it on Jewishgen’s viewmate or the Facebook translation group Genealogical Translations? How to cheaply transfer the money was answered in your first post.

Sharon Fleitman
Atlanta, Georgia


A letter from mayor of town in Moldova - Volontirovka #bessarabia #ukraine

Yefim Kogan
 

Hello everybody,

It looks that JewishGen is not only looked by Jews, but not Jews too.  I received an email from the mayor of a town in Republic of Moldova.
He looked up a Cemetery report for town of Volontiri (Volontirovka) we added to JOWBR in 2019!   This is not the first time I got emails from local officials about the cemeteries.

Here is the full Mayor letter:

Dear Mr. Yefim Kogan,

 

I am the mayor of Volintiri (Volontirovka, Stefan Voda, Republic of Moldova).

Recently I have found, by chance, your report about the Cemetery of Volintiri written in 2019.

Unfortunately during Soviet Union period it was destroyed and only some stones are left as you have mentioned in your paper. It is a pity, because human beings deserve to be respected even after death despite their nationality and religion. 

If it is possible could you help me find some funds to arrange a commemorative stone and a bench in that place, to honor the people buried in this cemetery. 

 

Kind regards,

 

Igor Hincu

 

--

Igor Hîncu

Primarul s.Volintiri

r. Ștefan Vodă

Republica Moldova

+37360185185

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I am interested to hear your opinions about this letter and of how to proceed.
I personally feel very much connected to every such village, and to their Jewish past.  I especially interested to hear people who live in Moldova.  I know that Rabbi of Kishinev main synagogue is reading these messages.  Please respond to everybody or privately.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia Leader and Coordinator


Re: Shetls information and research #general

Steven Turner
 

Good for you putting your family history in writing for your grandchildren. If you want to research Galician shtetls Gesher Galicia is the place to go.
https://www.geshergalicia.org/


Re: Original personal name for USA Nettie #general

krnrsnthl@...
 

My grandmother's name was Nettie. She was born Necha. Necha was a fairly common Yiddish name. I am sure that it was derived from the Hebrew name Nechama.
Karen Rothaus Rosenthal
Upper Saddle River, New Jersey


Re: Volochysk/Podvolochisk #records

Dan Oren
 

Thank you to Mark Halpern for reminding me about JRI-Poland's having indexed all the available AGAD archives for Podvolochisk!
--
Dan A. Oren


Re: Kudrynce, Galicia #galicia

Steven Turner
 

Have you tried Gesher Galicia?
https://www.geshergalicia.org/towns/kudryntsi/


Re: German marriages held in London in 1905???? #general

Dan Ruby
 

On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 07:49 AM, msalzbank wrote:
Does anyone know a reason why someone, living in Berlin circa 1905
would have left Berlin **just** to marry in London? Both husband and wife
were living in Berlin and continued to live in Berlin after the wedding.
I have this same puzzle: two different family members from Berlin who married in London in 1908 and 1911, then returned to Germany. Why? Both marriages involved Galician Jews who had settled in Berlin. Did Germany require citizenship obtain a marriage license? How prevalent was the practice of traveling to London to marry?

Dan Ruby


Re: Searching GORDON family, Libau -> Londonderry, Ireland c1884 #latvia #general #courland

Arlene Beare
 

Your grandfather was born in Liepaja formerly Libau in Latvia.  I checked the Internal Passsports handed in to the Riga Police 1919-1940 for Liepaja.   Do not be put off by the dates. Your family left long before that time so you may think there is no useful information. Check the links I am sending and if you feel they may be family and would like me to translate what is on the documents you can email me.  Also remember that a propos of all the other responses our ancestors in Latvia often had ancestors in Lithuania. The place of origin of the family may be somewhere other than Liepaja.even somewhere else in Latvia. 


Gordin Basje maiden name Faingold
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSFT-X7RV?mode=g
 
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSFT-FYN3?mode=g
Gordon Jete  maiden name Preise
 
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSFT-FC6C?mode=g
Gordon Elja  Father Mordche-David
 
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSFT-F9JF-7?mode=g
Gordon Leo

Arlene Beare
Co-director Latvia Research Division
LatviaRD@...

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