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Glïckstadt - portuguese jews to Emden #germany #sephardic #scandinavia

joelle.meyer24@...
 

We are a little group of people trying to verify if our ancestors born in Emden/Bunde/Jemgum in the 1600’s are really related to the Henrique family who settled in  Gluckstadt in the early 1600's.

Some researchers think that they would be children of  Josua Moses Henriques born in 1665 in Gluckstadt, Manuel Mendes Henriques Cohen born around 1640 in Gluckstadt, a Female Mussaphia Dionis Hinrichen born around 1640 in Gluckstadt or  Manuel Mendes Henriques Cohen born around 1640 in Gluckstadt (parents unknown), 

However, until now we found not written evidence on such link.
We have very little information on Glückstadt for this period, and we are looking for any document which could guide us and be evidence such a list of all list of Jewish residents between 1600-1700 in Glückstadt, a list of residents in Emden during this period, travel documents, etc...

 

 Thanks and best regards

 

 

Joelle Meyer from Paris
joelle.meyer24@...
Looking for Meyer/Meijer/Meier and Nathan ancestors from the Emden region (Emden, Bunde, Jemgum, Wittmund, Leer, Aurich, Norden during the 18th century


Re: New England Ports of Arrival pre 1905 #usa #records

Marian
 

For Rhode Island arrivals prior to 1911, look in Boston arrival records.

Marian Smith


Re: New England Ports of Arrival pre 1905 #usa #records

Susan&David
 


Karol: If you have access to Ancestry.com you can search for immigrant ship arrivals at US Atlantic Ports.  Rhode Island is included.
    https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/8758/

David Rosen
Boston Massachusetts USA

On 2/28/2021 4:32 AM, Karol Swanson via groups.jewishgen.org wrote:
Hi
I was once told that my G-Grandfather arrived in the US in a port in Rhode Island- possibly Truro or Providence.  He certainly does not appear on the EIDB.  Does anyone know where I can find more information?

Karol Schlosser Swanson
Scotland




Family tree of Avraham Avinu...any connections? #general

ירוחם צבי קינסטליך
 

hello everybody.i share with you a family tree till avraham avinu and sara so you can try to conect your family to this tree.
y.z.kinstlich.  Kinstlich123@...


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The following photos have been uploaded to the David Ackerman Lublin about 1901-10 album of the main@... group.

By: philippa ackerman <philippaackerman@...>


Re: Genealogy Programs #general

colin@...
 

I have in the past used Family Tree Maker, Roots Magic and others.  However, I changed to Family Historian about 5 years ago as it is incredibly flexible and customisable.  It does great charts and reports as well.  It supports Plugins and there are lots of these to expand the features, should they be needed.
https://www.family-historian.co.uk/ 

There is also a Family Historian User Group that has given me an incredible amount of support with the more advanced features.
https://www.fhug.org.uk/


Colin Harris
London, UK


New England Ports of Arrival pre 1905 #usa #records

Karol Swanson
 

Hi
I was once told that my G-Grandfather arrived in the US in a port in Rhode Island- possibly Truro or Providence.  He certainly does not appear on the EIDB.  Does anyone know where I can find more information?

Karol Schlosser Swanson
Scotland

Researching: ZUCKER, SCHLOSSER, SCHWARZ(MANN), FRIEDLANDER- Bolechow
SCHLOSSER –Stry, Kolomea
FLUGMAN- Bukaczowce, Burztyn
ROSENBERG- Koniuszkow
KITTLER, KITTER- Bukaczowce, Wojnilow


Bergerfruend/bergier from bilgoraj #general #poland

ירוחם צבי קינסטליך
 

hello.my mother (lea)born in bilgoraj.her parents (died from starvation)were. binyamin and chaya sara bergerfrajnd.
Binyamin's parents were Moszek bergier and ajdla golda porcelan.
Chaya sara's parents were Lejba Josef nudel and necha cukier. 
I need to know who were their parents?
i will be very happy to get an answer ...
Y.z.kinstlich.      Kinstlich123@gmail


Re: Romanian Jewish Surnames Book #romania

Peninah Zilberman
 

Hi Michelle,

Do you know who is the author, editor and the publisher

Thanks

Peninah Zilberman

 

Peninah Zilberman

JEWISH FAMILY ROOTS JOURNEYS

www.ftsighet.com

 

 


Re: Genealogy Programs #general

Ellen Lukas Kahn
 

I also would like to hear from others about the possibility of creating a book using Family Tree Maker.  
Does it allow a person to add more than just the genealogical data?  
Can one add photos?  
Do you print out one at a time at home? 
And how does the finished product look?

Ellen Lukas Kahn


Shared History: 1700 Years of Jewish Life in German-speaking Lands #events #germany

Lee Jaffe
 

Forwarding an item I thought might be of general interest.   -- Lee Jaffe

Shared History: 1700 Years of Jewish Life in German-speaking Lands:  https://sharedhistoryproject.org/

 

2021 marks the 1,700 anniversary of the earliest evidence of a Jewish presence in the Roman provinces of the Rhineland (mentioned in a 321 edict of Constantine the Great as preserved in a 6th century manuscript at the Vatican library).  The Shared History Project will use 58 objects located in several dozen collections presented chronologically to create a multifaceted historical narrative of the complex coexistence of Jews and non-Jews in German-speaking lands over 1,700 years. Each object will illustrate a facet about  Jewish history and everyday life which was and still is deeply interwoven with the peoples, regions, and countries of Central Europe. Each week in 2021, a new object will be released (you can sign up for a weekly reminder), with daily entries during the week of November 10,  each object is accompanied by two brief essays & a provenance note, embedded in a time-line, featured on a map, and will also be placed in a virtual exhibition room which will open this week.

 

Last week, the 14th century Jewish wedding from Colmar was featured, held by the  Musée de Cluny in Paris, which was very recently (exactly pre-pandemic ….. sigh, those were the days )  presented at the Cloisters/ Metropolitan Museum as the highlight of the exquisite Colmar Treasure exhibition.

 

SHP Object 8, released Feb 21, 2021

https://sharedhistoryproject.org/object/jewish-ceremonial-wedding-ring

 

 

Throughout the year, events and lectures will accompany the online project.
During our first event last week, three experts on late antiquity discussed archeological and historical evidence surrounding Jewish life in ancient Roman provinces north of the Alpes (mainly related to the archaeological sites in Cologne (Germany) and Kaiseraugst (Switzerland), the recording was just placed on LBI’s Youtube channel: Jewish Life in Late Antiquity: From Colonia Agrippina to Augusta Raurica,

 

We would be delighted if you could join and follow this project -  and spread the word 

Thanks

 

Your collegagues at the Leo Baeck Institute New York | Berlin

 

 

Posted by:

Renate Evers

Director of Collections

Leo Baeck Institute at the Center for Jewish History

 

 

 

 


Re: big city weddings in Orthodox families #lithuania #warsaw #general #hungary

Stephen Weinstein
 

On Fri, Feb 26, 2021 at 05:20 AM, Yehuda Berman wrote:
All you needed was a minyan (a quorum of 10 men). 
You don't need a minyan for a wedding.  You need just three men: two witnesses and the groom.
 
--
Stephen Weinstein
Camarillo, California, USA
stephenweinstein@...


Re: big city weddings in Orthodox families #lithuania #warsaw #general #hungary

Ittai Hershman
 

As it happens, I have a remarkable photograph of the ~1920 wedding of an Orthodox great-uncle who lived at the time in Vienna.  His bride's family was from Hungary, and the wedding occurred at the Zvonárska Street Synagogue in Košice (presumably to enable maximal family participation, as there seems to have not been any family connection on either side to Košice).  

[The union ultimately ended in divorce: he made Aliyah, she remarried and perished in the Shoah along with the son from their marriage, and a daughter from her second marriage.  But, I digress.  For her story, and that of her family, see Elaine Kalman Naves' "Journey to Vaja" (McGill, 1996).  As a further tangent, I was able to identify the location thanks to Dr. Maroš Borský, and since then the destroyed interior featured in Simon Schama's BBC series "The Story of the Jews" at the opening of Episode 4.]

Ittai Hershman,
New York City


Re: Where does the surname FUIT originate from? #names

Pieter Hoekstra
 

This does not answer your question but it is interesting to review the spread of the name in Netherlands in 1947 when there were 54 FUITs and again in 2007 when the numbers had swelled to 56.
https://www.cbgfamilienamen.nl/nfb/detail_naam.php?gba_lcnaam=fuit&gba_naam=Fuit&nfd_naam=Fuit&operator=eq&taal=
The following map shows distribution numbers by province;
https://www.cbgfamilienamen.nl/nfb/detail_naam.php?nfd_naam=Fuit&gba_naam=fuit&info=kaart1947&operator=eq&taal=#kaartweergave

--
Pieter Hoekstra  <sold@...>
Moss / Moses, De Costa - London and Brighton
Barnett, Da Costa, Lazarus, Joseph, Judah, Solomon - London


Czech Republic Documentation of SS Members-Guards #austria-czech #holocaust

Jan Meisels Allen
 

 

The Military Central Archive- The Military Historical Archive has made available on its website copies of the Wehrpass (military pass) of members of the German Army during World War ll. There are 1160 cards. Over 90% of the owners of the cards were members of the SS, guards in concentration camps. Next to the Soldbuch (military book) the Wehrpass was the second military document. All men subject to conscription were given the Wehrpass after entering the military service, everyone had to have this card with them and prove themselves to them.

 

The holders of the cards were the Germans (including their holders from the Sudetenland) Germans, but also the so-called non-Reich Germans (Volksdeutsche).


To read more see:  http://www.vuapraha.cz/node/119 It is in Czech, however if you use Chrome as your browser Google can translate the information. 


Two translation free services are:  https://translate.google.com/  and https://www.deepl.com/translator

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 

 

 

 

 


Romanian Jewish Surnames Book #romania

Michelle Sandler
 

Does anyone know if the book that is being written on Romanian Jewish
Surnames is out yet?

Michelle Sandler
Westminster California
Librarian OCJGS


Re: Genealogy Programs #general

Peter Cohen
 

I see that Family Tree Maker offers a plug-in called Family Book Creator.  Has anyone used this? If so, how did you like it?
--
Peter Cohen
California


Re: Vinitsky/Winitsky from Detroit, Mich. #usa

Sharyn Weizman
 

Hi Judy,
I'm a descendent  of Menashe Venitsky who changed his name to Morris Vennit when he came to the US in 1900 with his wife Fanny Schosid Venitsky. The census records say they came from Vilnius. I'm very interesting in finding Venitsky/Vennit relatives and would love to know of anyone you're in contact with who might be related.
thank you
Sharyn Weizman
Herzilya, Israel (formerly of Maryland)


Alternate locations for an Orthodox wedding/marriage ceremony in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania #usa

Marcia Segal
 

Greetings,

One set of my grandparents, both with families in Philadelphia, were married in the rabbi's office rather than in the main sanctuary (not sure if that's what the primary area of worship was called). Would there have been a precedent, or reason? There seems to be correspondence about when to have the wedding in the office, as opposed to why. Money wouldn't have been the issue, and one of my relatives has suggested that getting married in the rabbi's office was more customary than I would have thought. Any ideas? And FYI, she wasn't pregnant--the first child was born more than a year after they were married (and I have documentation for both dates).

Many thanks for kind insights.

Sincerely,
Marcia Segal
(family names Caplan/Kaplan, Gomborov/Gomborow, Koppelman, Mergler, Segal, Siegel, Yankelovich)


The 11 Tribes of Rubel: The Search for My Cousins, Past and Present”

Walter Rosenthal
 

” #event

“The 11 Tribes of Rubel: The Search for My Cousins, Past and Present”.  On March 10, a virtual presentation will be hosted by the Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Beach County .  Ken Cutler, an attorney and Parkland City Commissioner , will speak about his unique strategy for conducting genealogical research.

Respond to Walter Rosenthal waltrose864@...

 

Walter Rosenthal
 

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