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Copying Hebrew text from a PDF into a Translation tool - OCR (Optical Character Recognition) Help Request #general

Joyaa Antares
 

Hi Folks,
I have two medium-sized documents detailing my family ancestry.  Both documents are in PDF format, and both are in Hebrew.
I want to be able to copy the text into a good Hebrew-English translation tool in order to be able to understand and verify what has been written.  Unfortunately, these PDFs don't allow text to be "selected" in order to copy/paste but perhaps it could be done with a suitable OCR or Optical Character Recognition tool that would render the text "copyable"?  Does anyone know?  Does anyone have access to such a tool who could help me with this?
Thank you very much.
Joyaa ANTARES
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
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Researching   SCHORR, SCHERZER, JURIS and DAWID in Buckaczowce, Ottynia, Nadworna, and Kolomyya


Re: Genealogy in Belgium #general

pascale.hollande@...
 


Translate from Hebrew to English #translation

Jeanette and Martha
 

I found an old Rosh Hashana greeting among my father's papers. Will someone kindly translate the hand-written Hebrew script? Thank you very much.
 
Jeanette Silver  (JGID 383027)
Bayside, NY
 
Zilberblatt/Silberblatt/Silverblatt & Heimlich  (Hungary)
Quittner & Stern  (Czechoslovakia)
Rubintchick/Rubin & Nesnowitz  (Russia)
Boltsa/Boltson/Bolston & Rosenstein  (Kurland Russia & Latvia)


JewishGen seeking volunteer grant writers #announcements #JewishGenUpdates

Karen Leon
 

JewishGen is seeking experienced grant writers as volunteers to assist with ongoing organization fundraising efforts. Thank you for your interest. Please respond to Karen Leon, kleon@...
 

Karen Leon

Volunteer Coordinator

JewishGen.org

 


JGS of Greater Boston April 25 1:30 PM EDT Two Virtual Programs with Steve Morse #announcements #education #events

Jessie Klein
 

On April 25 1:30PM-4:30PM EDT Steve Morse will present two virtual programs: Finding Presidents' (and Your) Ancestors in the Strangest Places & Getting Ready for the 1950 Census: Searching with and without a Name Index. Free for JGS of Greater Boston members and $5 for non-members. Information and non-member registration link at www.jgsgb.org

Thank you,
Jessie Klein
Co-President
JGS of Greater Boston


ViewMate translation request - Hungarian #translation

Marc Friedman
 

I've posted a vital record in Hungarian for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM93013

I am looking for a complete translation of the entire document. If you could underline the handwritten portions, it would allow me to use it as a template for future searches.

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

Marc Friedman
Irvine, CA
Researching in the former Hungarian Empire: Schermer, Weingarten, and Sacz (Satoralja Ujhely); Lazarovitz (Marmaros Szighet)


Re: Moving Frequently Among Ukraine Towns #ukraine

Sally Bruckheimer
 

This was not only in Ukraine. My Ruslander family, which arrived about 1835 from farther East and took that surname, by 1870 lived in Augustow, Raczki, Sztabiin, Rajgrod, Marjampol, Alinka, Nur, and more towns as well as France. One cousin, who came to the US from Augustow, said on his naturalization papers that he was born in Marseilles (during the 1860s rebellion, cholera, and famine).

Since I can connect all the people in my tree, and I have a letter backing up the relationships, I wouldn't consider any family in any location as constantly living in one location. I have other parts of my family in other locations who also moved around.

Sally Bruckheimer
Princeton, NJ


SCJGS Sunday, April 18th at 1pm Pacific Standard Time- Jewish Genealogy DNA Basics and Beyond #announcements #dna #education #events

Leah Kushner
 

Santa Cruz Jewish Genealogy Society (SCJGS) invites you at 1pm Pacific Standard Time on April 18th

Jewish Genealogy DNA Basics and Beyond

with  David Ellis

 Register for ZOOM link

Non-Member $5 Donation Here

Free to Members-For membership application please email: SCJGSociety@...

Description:

Are you considering taking a DNA test? Have you taken a DNA test to learn about your ancestry?  Are you confused by the results?  This presentation covers the kinds of 
tests available, the major DNA testing services and the differences between them, and how to interpret your results to get the most out of them.  Learn about Jewish 
genealogy DNA challenges. 

Bio:

David Ellis is JGSGB Board member and leader of the Litvak and Galicia SIGs.   He discovered dozens of ancestors unknown to his relatives and initiated contact 
with distant cousins who were out of touch for many years.  He enjoys helping people research their ancestry and is writing a document describing his research.

For more information

Leah Kushner, President
Santa Cruz Jewish Genealogy Society (SCJGS)


Re: What’s in a name #names

Sherri Bobish
 

Herman,

At www.familysearch.org the surname BUNIM gets 505 hits.
Database did not allow searching as first name only.

On The Ellis Island Database https://stevemorse.org/ellis2/ellisgold.html
the first name BUNIM gets 15 hits.  No hits for BUNIM as surname.  But, there are variations of Bunimowicz.

It was common in Galica for couples to marry religiously, but not civilly, and civil birth records often listed the child under the mother's surname rather that the father's.

Patronymic can refer to a surname created from a male ancestor's first name by adding a suffix.

Hope this helps,

Sherri Bobish


Minnesota JGS Virtual meeting featuring Ken Bravo, "You've done your DNA, now what?"Sunday, April 18, 2021 1:00 PM-2:30 PM CDT #announcements #dna #events

casson123@...
 

Many of us have sent our DNA for analysis, curious about what we might find. We receive an ethnicity estimate and a long list of matches ranging from 2nd cousins to more distant ones.  Sometimes we are contacted by people on the list of matches who are trying to decipher the relationship. Who are these people? And how do we make sense of their relationship to us?
Ken Bravo, president of IAJGS, will discuss these questions and strategies for furthering your DNA-based research.
Sunday, April 18, 2021 1:00 PM-2:30 PM CDT
For further information and to register, go to 
mnjgs.org/events
--
Liba Casson-Nudell
Minneapolis, MN


Re: NYC Cemeteries - Offering Mt Hebron #photographs #usa

Ronni Nass
 

Hi, I’m interested in getting a photo of Mechel Glazerman.  I don’t know where in Washington Cemetery but will try to find out.
Thanks, Ronni Nass
Researching:  EPSZTAJN, LEWENBERG, CHONOWICZ, ZYLBERMINC, JELEN, MILKIS, SCHWARCZ


Re: Using the Jewish Encyclopedia as a Source for Further Info #rabbinic #hungary

Adam Cherson
 

Thanks very much to the kind folks who took the time to assist. I have located the book. I also learned that the author was the founder of Petach Tikva (built the first house there and drained the swamp), obviously a person of many talents.
--
Adam Cherson


Tomorrow's Forum for Dialogue Zoom: Krakow Holocaust Survivor Tells Her Story #announcements #holocaust

Mark Halpern
 

Please join me tomorrow, Tuesday, April 6 at 10 am Pacific, 12 pm Central, 1 pm Eastern, 6 pm UK, 8 pm Israel time, for the Forum's Yom HaShoah program.

Mark Halpern

 
View this email in your browser
 

Dear Mark,

I would like to remind you of tomorrow's meeting with Janet Applefield, a Holocaust Survivor born in Krakow, Poland, and a clinical social worker and counselor living in the United States. On the eve of Yom HaShoah, we want to embrace the power of personal stories and create a space for them to reverberate. We will be honored to be able to hear Janet Applefield's story and reflections on this special Zoom in on the Forum session. 
 
Join us tomorrow, on  Tuesday April 6th, at 10 am Pacific, 12 pm Central, 1 pm Eastern, 7 pm Warsaw, 8 pm Tel-Aviv time

REGISTER FOR THE ZOOM

I hope you will be with us tomorrow to listen to Janet's personal history: her childhood years in Nowy Targ and Krakow, her family's fate after the outbreak of the Second World War, surviving the occupation with a Polish Catholic family and leaving post-war Poland for the States in 1947. Janet Applefield's powerful biography is an impactful lesson in dignity, humanity, and resilience in the face of evil. 

Yours,
Olga

Olga Kaczmarek
Director General


Re: Looking for grandparents RACHEL SALINSKY #unitedkingdom

Sherri Bobish
 

Janice,

I assume that you've searched www.familysearch.org and seen a Rachel Salinsky (married) on the UK 1901 census, and another Rachel Salinsky (a child) on the UK 1911 census.  There is also a 1926 marriage record for a Rachel Salinsky in The UK.

I also see a Rachel Zelensky and a Rachel Silinsky.

Good luck in your search,

Sherri BOBISH


Re: Understanding Lithuanian Revision Lists #lithuania

Sherri Bobish
 

Steve,

A few of my family were still listed on Russian Empire revision lists after they had arrived in New York. In these cases they were each listed as "missing" on the revision list.  This was in Ariogala, Lithuania (at that time part of The Russian Empire.)

Hope this helps,

Sherri Bobish


Genealogy in Belgium #general

David Lewin
 

Is there anyone on the list familiar with genealogical research in
Belgium please?

I am searching for members of a BOCHNER family

David Lewin
London


Re: Using the Jewish Encyclopedia as a Source for Further Info #rabbinic #hungary

Schonfeld.family@...
 


Re: Bessarabia New project - immigration to South America #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Hello Salmo,

 

I hope that Teleshti is in fact Teleneshty, and if so, we do have some records from that place in our JewishGen/Bessarabia database. I also recommend you to post a message at the Discussion group with hashtage #bessarabia with the surnames/names/years  you are researching.   There are members interested in Bessarabia who might have same names/towns in their family trees.

 

All the best,

Yefim Kogan

JewishGen Bessarabia Group Leader and Coordinator


Re: Moving Frequently Among Ukraine Towns #ukraine

Stefani Elkort Twyford
 

Herbert, 
This post was very interesting to me. It was told that my great-grandfather "had a tavern and made vishnick." When he came to NYC in 1906, according to his shipping record, he had $600 on him. That was an amazing amount of money at that time. Could these shenkers have made that kind of money doing what they did?
--
Stefani Elkort Twyford
Researching: Siegal/Segal, Spiel, Tarle, Ilkovics, Feiermann, Kronenberg, Szerman, Kletzel, Ricker/Ricken


Re: Kiev Tzesarskaya #ukraine

Marc Friedman
 

Samuel:

Are you aware of any connection to the Tsesaski family from Panevezys, Lithuania?  (Tsesarskaya is a feminine form.)

Please respond to me privately.  

Marc.Friedman
Marc.friedman@...
Researching in Lithuania: Abramowitz/Friedman - Pasvalys; Tsesarski - Panevezys; Frankenstein - Wilkowisk 

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