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Translation please from jri Poland polish to English #translation

Ellen Trencher
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM94322
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.
 
Ellen trencher 
Worcester Massachusetts 
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Question about ZATULOVSKY Family Photo from Ukraine circa 1909 #ukraine

Felissa Lashley
 

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This family photo is of Aron ZATULOVSKY and Malka DROBITSKY and their three children, the youngest born in 1909. What is a puzzle is the oldest female standing and holding a baby. She is not a known member of the family.
 
I am hoping someone might have an insight on who she might be. It has been suggested that she might be a nanny but would a nanny be in a formal family photo? She also appears in a large wedding photo taken a little later. Again, would a nanny be in such a photo? Also of interest is her very short hair. Style, typhus or another disease? It is also short in the later wedding photo. 
 
I welcome any observations or insights please. Thank you.
 
Felissa Lashley
Austin, Texas
Researching: DROBITSKY/DORBIN, MAZUR/MOZER; LISHINSKY/LESCHINSKI; ZATULOVSKY/SATLOFF; SKVERSKY; FILTSKE and the towns of Valyava, Moshny, Korsun, Gorodische, Kherson, Tarascha.


Netherlands National Archives Data Sets Relating to World War II #announcements #records

Jan Meisels Allen
 

 

The National Archives has made several data sets relating to World War II available as open data.  Go to: https://www.nationaalarchief.nl/over-het-na/datalab-nationaal-archief/open-data-sets

 

The open datasets for the archive inventories can be downloaded, via the link to the archive inventory, as PDF and XML. For the indexes, the open datasets can be downloaded, via the link to the index, as a zip file containing a csv and xml file.  The text on the relevant web pages can also be used as open data.

 

Although these are open datasets, they may contain personal data of living persons. In chapter 5 of the privacy regulations of the National Archives you can read whether and how you may continue to use this data.  https://www.nationaalarchief.nl/privacyreglement-nationaal-archief

 

The open datasets currently made available by the National Archives largely consist of archive inventories and indexes. An archive inventory always consists of a description of the archive and a description of the archive components. An index is a list with data about, for example, people, place names or keywords from the archive components.

 

More than 400,000 open data photos from the National Archives are available through Wikimedia Commons. About 9000 photos have 'World War II' in the description.

 

To view and use the National Archives World War ll photos from Wikimedia Commons see:

https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?search=tweede+wereldoorlog+nationaal+archief&title=Special:MediaSearch&go=Go&type=image

 

Thank you to Yvette Hoitink, CG®    Dutch Genealogy Blog for informing us about this data set.

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 

 


Church of England Set to apologize for Medieval Expulsion of Jews in 1290 #unitedkingdom

Jan Meisels Allen
 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

The seat of the Church of England in London. (Wikimedia Commons)

 

The Church of England is set to apologize for the medieval expulsion of Jews directly in an act of repentance. Among the antisemitic acts being apologized for include forcing Jews to wear a “badge of shame”, and the Church’s role in first nation-wide expulsion of Jews in 1290. They were not officially readmitted until 1656.

 

The move comes as the 800th anniversary of the 1222 Oxford Synod approaches next year, which introduced notorious antisemitic laws, including forcing Jews to wear clothing to distinguish them from Christians.

 

To read more see:

https://www.jta.org/quick-reads/british-jews-to-get-apology-800-years-after-antisemitic-laws-that-led-to-their-expulsion

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 

 


Re: Question about English index to the Ottoman census records for the Ashkenazi community #general #israel

ann.belinsky@...
 

I too, have searched for many years for an English index for the Ottoman census records. My grandfather Dov Ber Goldstein was born in Jerusalem (probably) in 1883 and his parents Moshe Goldstein and Rachel (born Heinhart) seem to have come from Odessa or that area.


Ann Belinsky
Israel 


Re: Etymology of the Rudman surname #names

Erica Fox Zabusky
 

I'm glad I caught this thread. I have Rudman ancestors from Zaslav/Izaslav, my great-aunt Vera was a redhead, don't have any photos of the Rudman scion, however. My mother's cousin, Viktor Rudman, who emigrated to Israel, provided me with a family tree that goes back to late 1800s/early 1900s, and I can check for Zalman and Aron Lieb. I have some relatives in my tree on geni.com, but am trying to figure out how to move to ancestry.com, as I recently ordered a DNA test. I look forward to connecting.
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Erica Fox Zabusky (Pittsburgh, PA)
ZABUSKI - Czestochowa, Sochaczew
FRYDMANN - Sochaczew
BRAUN, PANKOWSKI - Czestochowa
FIKSEL, RUDMAN - Izaslav, Slavuta, Odessa, Kharkov
POLISZUK, GOLDMAN - Izaslav, Slavuta

Erica Fox Zabusky
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How to access the Residents Book for Jalowka and help with place name needed #records #belarus #poland

Mandy
 

Hi
 
I am new to Jewish genealogy and I have just started attempting to trace the family tree I am working on to its roots in Russia / Poland.  I have found reference in the USA based records to them having emigrated from Jalowka, Yalofka (which I understand is a different spelling for Jalowka) and Sloyky Grodno (I expect this is a misspelling).
 
I need some guidance on the following please:
 
(1) What place is Sloyky likely to be?  This spelling was was noted on a WWI draft registration. I cannot find a matching place name.  From the census records I know the person could not read or write and the form was completed by someone else.  So this is a likely a misspelling.   
 
(2) I understand Residents Books are an excellent source of information.  I am however struggling to find a place that explains what Residents Books are available to us for research, where they are located, if they have been translated, how to access them, the costs of accessing them etc. Is there an article or page on JewishGen or elsewhere that provides this information?   
 
(3) Currently I would like to look at the Residents book for Jalowka and for the place “Sloyky” (when I have the correct name).  Please can you advise how / where I can access these, if they have been translated and the cost of accessing them.  
 
I am researching principally the surname NOVICK.  The family emigrated from Russia to USA, where they mostly resided in Massachusetts. 
 
Any tips and advice are very much welcomed.


Mandy Strong
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Re: Professionals who match individuals in photographs #photographs

Susan stone
 

I have used facial recognition software from Family Search.  It is free with varying results .I'll try the other suggestions above.  
  1. Go to FamilySearch’s Discovery page, and click Compare-a-Face. You’ll be prompted to sign in to your FamilySearch account. If you don’t have an account, you can make one here.
  2. Upload or take a photo of yourself that you want to use to compare faces.
  3. If you don’t have photos of your family uploaded, the next page will prompt you to either upload a file or take a photo to compare your face to. Or, if you have photos already uploaded to your Family Tree, you will be taken to a page that shows a list of relatives and a percentage of how similar you look to them. Click through these images to see who your family doppelgängers are
Susan Stone
Evanston, IL
Researching:  STAROSELSKY, SCHADCHEN, GOLUBOVSKY, NIEMENSKY, ROSENFELD, SCHWEDE


Re: Hebrew Headstone translation help needed #translation

Dubin, David M. MD
 

No, it’s Matityahu

david dubin
teaneck, nj


Re: Hebrew Headstone translation help needed #translation

Shimona Kushner
 

Malka's correction is an error.  The name is Reb Matityahu (or in Ashkenazi pronunciation Matisyahu) This is for Mollie's headstone.

Shimona Kushner
Haifa, Israel


Letter from Poland about our parents needs translation #poland #translation

Sharon E Siegel
 

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=94378

This is page two of response from Poland to our family.  Any help translating would be greatly appreciated.  Sincerely,
--
Sharon E. Siegel 
Port Jervis, NY USA


Re: ViewMate translation request - Russian #translation #poland #russia

ryabinkym@...
 

In Russian:

 

#14

 

Состоялось в городе Плонске 16-го апреля 1892 года в 10 часов утра.  Явились лично евреи: кандидат на должность члена религиозного округа, Арон Беренштейн, 66-и лет и Яков Васерцуг, 70-и лет, учитель, и объявили, что 16 апреля в городе Плонске, в 8 часов утра умер Абрам-Ицек Напарстек, 66 лет, сын Якова и Фейги, супругов Напарстек, оставивший после смерти жену Мариам и детей: Нахмана, Давида и Суру, по мужу Кон, урожденную Напарстек и Ривку.  Настоящим удостоверяю о кончине Абрама-Ицека.  Акт сей по прочтении ими и нами подписан.

 

Арон Беренштейн

 

Яков Васерцуг

 

Бургомистр Подпись

 

Translated into English:

 

#14

 

It took place in the city of Plonsk on April 16, 1892 at 10 o'clock in the morning. The Jews personally appeared: the candidate for the position of a member of the religious district, Aron Berenshtein, 66 years old and Yakov Vasertsug, 70 years old, a teacher, and announced that on April 16 in the city of Plonsk, at 8 o'clock in the morning, Abram-Itssek Naparstek, 66 years old died.  The son of Jacob and Feiga, the Naparstek spouses, who left after his death his wife Mariam and children: Nachman, David and Sura, by her husband Kon, née Naparstek and Rivka. I hereby certify the death of Abram Itsek. After reading this act, they and we signed it.

 

Aron Berenshtein

 

Yakov Vasertsug

 

Burgomaster Signature

Translated by Michael Ryabinky
Boynton Beach, FL


Prisoner number 11060 Auschwitz #romania #holocaust #records

Awesome Properties
 

Hi,
Found my ggrandfather's  camp prisoner number  11060 between old records. We have very little info on him so far . We do know he survived the camps , lived to be liberated but sadly ,died on his way home. People that knew him met him along the way and saw he was very sick.
Can I trace him using his prisoner number to get any more info like in which camp he was liberated from and other tracing info? 
Thank you for your help.
Rachel Malik 
FRIEDMAN Marghita, Oradea and Sarcau Romania


Re: Hebrew Headstone translation help needed #translation

Malka
 

Correction of typo-

 

Reb Netanyahu

 

Malka Chosnek

 

 


Re: Proving that a man who died in Paris did not have children #france #general

Bernard Flam
 

Hi from Paris,
Dear Lea,
The first and most important point is set by Robert Roth, such a certification is impossible to established by principe.

Nevertheless, what do we have according to French records ?
You must be aware that privacy is protected at a level understandable by US citizens.
Every data is protected, even vital records less than 70 years old...

Another point is the possibility to have a child without being married,  letting the child with the maiden name of the mother...

If we think about an "official" couple, where could a child be recorded in France :
  • in the naturalization file of the parents if they have been naturalized later than the child's birth : this situation has been very common for Polish Jews emigrating in the 20's or 30's, surviving Shoah in France and naturalized in 45's - 55's period. 
  • in the wedding act of the parents if the child was born previously. A family booklet is given on this day where further children have a place to be registered. I attach a page with the "place" for registering children.
  • concerning child's birth, it's registered in the city of birth which could be any place, Paris or suburbs. This birth isn't registered on parents vital records, only on the family booklet.  The "fiche familiale d'état civil", as said on previous post by my friend Michele Ackerberg, is filed according to this family booklet : the city hall administration can't fill today any document without this booklet. 
  • census of 1946 is available at Paris' city archives but not on line : someone must go there. Later census aren't available due to privacy rules.
  • Searching the cemetery where Simon is buried and asking administration of this cemetery could be a clue to any family relation.
  • In fact, there is only one French administration which have all our personal and family (including wife and declared children) history : this is our "Securite sociale", our "Medicare" which cover all our medical costs at a so high level you can't even dream about. But of course, nobody can access its records...
  • five "Shalit" appear on French white pages : https://annuaire.118712.fr/?s=shalit 
That all folks !
Khavershaft
Bernard Flam
Archives & history of Medem Center - Arbeter Ring of France ( Bund / Skif / Workmen Circle)


Re: Proving that a man who died in Paris did not have children #france #general

Martyn Woolf
 

It is not possible to prove that he was childless. My late wife had an uncle who was married and never had children. Long after he died I had a message asking me if I could suggest how to find a man who had been a musician and appeared on the stage. To cut short a long story I was able to prove that the lady in New Zealand who had been looking for her father for very many years, had finally traced him. The gentleman had fathered a child as the result of a fling with a hotel waitress whilst in Bournemouth one summer.

Regards

 

Martyn Woolf

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: Professionals who match individuals in photographs #photographs

Theo Rafael
 

Interestingly Google Photos is a simple tool that does something of that sort. After uploading the photos, just enable people tagging https://photos.google.com/people
I had varying results, sometimes it hits phenomenally, sometimes it misses obvious matches:)

Best,
Theo Rafael


RECHERCHE BAKALARSKI #france #poland

michele.akerberg@...
 

Bonjour, Je suis en train de construire mon arbre généalogique, je recherche des renseignements sur des membres de la branche maternelle BAKALARSKI/BAKALARSKA de KIELCE. A la fin de la guerre en 1945 mon grand père Nusym David (Nathan) BAKALARSKI était le seul survivant de cette famille. Ci-joint la photo de la famille datant de 1919.
Merci d'avance

[Looking for information on the BAKALARSKI/BAKALARSKA family.]
--
Michèle AKERBERG
michele.akerberg@...


Re: Proving that a man who died in Paris did not have children #france #general

michele.akerberg@...
 

Bonjour Léa,
En France il est possible de demander une fiche familiale d'état civil à la Mairie du 16e à Paris (service Etat Civil) qui mentionne toutes les informations concernant la personne.
Voici le lien ,
https://mairie16.paris.fr/pages/contact-7633

Cordialement
Michele Akerberg


Question about English index to the Ottoman census records for the Ashkenazi community #general #israel

Stanley Naides
 

All,

 

I am looking for a male Feldman likely born in Odessa or nearby, who emigrated to Israel by 1880-1885. 

 

Does anyone know if there is available an English index to the Ottoman census records for the Ashkenazi community for censuses taken during the 1880 to 1920 period?

 

Thanks,

 

Stan Naides

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