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Re: Professionals who match individuals in photographs #photographs

Nurit Har-zvi
 

The Center for Jewish History had a very informative talk about this earlier this year. The youtube link is 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEPUn1EWcXI

Nurit Har-zvi
Forest Hills, NY


This week's featured collections in Miriam Weiner's new Surname Database at the Routes to Roots Foundation website (www.rtrfoundation.org) include documents from the towns of: Lublin, Poland & Kiev, Ukraine. #poland #ukraine #holocaust

Miriam Weiner
 

The Routes to Roots Foundation is offering Weekly Featured Collections from the new Surname Databases on its website at www.rtrfoundation.org.

 

This week, we are highlighting the following: 

 

1.     List of Jews incarcerated in the Majdan Tatarski Ghetto (in Lublin)

 from April 20-31, 1942

 

2.    Index to Birth Records in Kiev, 1920-1936

 

 

 

Also check the Image Database for:

            24 images of Lublin

            44 images of Kiev

 

 

Miriam Weiner

Secaucus, NJ


Re: RECHERCHE BAKALARSKI #france #poland

Michael Hoffman
 

Hello Michele,

I would suggest that you widen your research to the UK, and i would advise that you start by using the following websites,
www.freebmd.org.uk  www.Findmypast.co.uk and the UK's National Archives at  https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/results/r?_q=BAKALARSKI+&_sd=&_ed=&_hb=

The UK's National Archives website has records for Naturalisation Certificates and Background files.

Best regards,

Michael Hoffman

Borehamwood,
HERTS UK


Upcoming IGRA webinar July 25 #events

Garri Regev
 

The 2021 IGRA webinar series continues on Sunday, July 25 at 7 pm Israel time (noon East Coast). The topic this month is: Migration, Immigration & Emigration: Genealogy on the Move. Registration is required: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUldOitrzgqGtdvjH96fc2bejQ6wmG_6WWq
 
IGRA is pleased to host Jeanette Rosenberg again. This webinar covers Migration, Immigration, Emigration Transmigration and genealogy on the move aka mobile genealogy. It looks at the kinds of information available and also the technology you might want to use for your genealogy research when not sitting at home at your desk (when not in the time of COVID-19!). Basically this part looks at mobile apps and programs. Most of the webinar deals with the fact that Jewish families moved over different geography and how to trace them and how they travelled, etc.
 
We look forward to hosting you!
 
Garri Regev
President, IGRA


Trying to locate a registration at JRI-Poland of the wedding of Leib Horn #poland #translation

Shimy Karni
 

Hello,
I found a record in JRI-Poland about the brother of my grand father.

It is the only knowledge that we know about him; we don't know when he was born when he died etc.
Attached is the recorded in file yente0.jpg. It is registration about a baby girl named Yente born in 1903.
When looking at the akta that was pointed it let us know that he was married at 19/8/1902, and some one translated me that 
the registration of the wedding is in page 38. but I do not know to find it.- attached is the original data.
I need an help to find it or any more information about him assumed between 1870-1940.
Thanks a lot,
Shimi Karni, Israel


Re: RECHERCHE BAKALARSKI #france #poland

pascale.hollande@...
 

Bonjour Michèle, voici ce que j'ai trouvé :


Pascale Hollande


Looking for half sister-NUSIA RICHTER(RECHTER) #poland #general

Chana Gdanski
 

Hello

I am trying to find out what may have happened to my half-sister, Nusia Rechter (Richter).

 

She was born in 1937 in Krakow, to my mother Wita (nee Elbaum) and her first husband Hersch Rechter. Wita and Heniek’s address in 1940 was Skawinska 10 Krakow.

 

I have never found out the truth about what happened to Nusia. These are the stories that I have been told:

 

1.       My mother ended up in the Krakow Ghetto with my future father Roman Gdanski (Abraham Jacob) who was a bachelor living in Skalbmiersz.  Somehow Roman helped, by hiding Nusia with a Polish family. I know my mother was in Buchenwald and other camps as well as Schindler’s camp. My father was in Buchenwald.

 

 

2.       Nusia was travelling on a train, possibly alone, after liberation, to be reunited with my mother. There was a pogrom in Kielce around 1946 and Nusia was struck by a ricocheting bullet and died in my mother’s arms, probably at the Krakow station. This makes me think Nusia may be buried either in a cemetery in Krakow or Chrzanow.

 

 

3.       Nusia stayed with the Polish family because my mother didn’t collect her after the war. Nusia may be living under another identity.

 

My mother told me that she and Heniek were reunited after liberation but he was ill (Hersch died after liberation from lung disease) and died shortly after. I know he was born in Radom.

 

I have been trying for many years to find some leads about Nusia but nothing has ever been found. I would be most grateful for any help or leads.

Thank you,

Anna Gdanski,

Melbourne Australia

 

 

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Re: Austro-Hungarian army records? #galicia #poland #hungary #records #austria-czech

Alex Feller
 

Tanya,
Try some of the links on my Rohatyn site for researching Galician soldiers in the Austro-Hungarian Army.
https://sites.google.com/site/rohatynshtetl/home/research/ww1-soldiers
There are various resources for research.  If he was injured or taken hostage as a POW, you might find his name in the lists.
If you are up for the search, he may be among the many microfilms of Galician Military records that are available to view on the FamilySearch website

Alex Feller
Chicago, IL
rohatynshtetl@...


Trying to figure out where in the Russian Empire my grandfather was born! Confusing location ("Limyazov") on his naturalisation papers in the UK #translation #ukraine #russia #unitedkingdom

Yael
 

Hey!

Recently I've started tracing back a couple of sides of my (Jewish) family. My Hungarian grandmother's side I have traced back to the 1700s.

However, my paternal grandfather's side is trickier. He came as a baby to the UK with his parents in the early 1900s, having fled a pogrom. In one story of my grandmother's (his widow's,) it was the Kishinev pogrom they'd fled. In another story his family lived in Georgia. 

He was dark skinned, and my father always says that side of the family were Spanish Jews further back. 

I have my grandfather (Solomon's) naturalisation papers to the UK. However, his place of birth in Russia appears to be Limyazov. A place I find no trace of. Can anyone help me figure it out?

Thank you very much,

Yael Silver


Looking for Lviv Researcher #ukraine

Israel Guttman
 

Hi there

I am looking for a competent researcher in Lviv that can scan original documents etc. Someone that is prompt and reasonable.

Thank you in advance for you help.

Israel Guttman
makava1@...


ZELMANOVICH - JONAVA 1906 #lithuania

rubenru@...
 

Searching for my Grandmother's genealogy, I found her Internal Passport Card done in Jonava on Agost/1/1922 - Nº 2519/821121, but I crashed against a wall, I could not find anything else. I found three diferent Zelmanovich families in Jonava between 1848 and 1910,  but in noone is she in. She was born in Jonava in 1906 and came to Uruguay in 1928. May be siblings went to South Africa. She was SHULE SALMANOVICAITE (ZALMANOVICH). There are no more data about her, and I don't know which way to take. If someone have any information or Know a way to follow, please I will appreciatte that help. Thanks
Ruben Rubinstein - Montevideo - Uruguay


Godparents? #galicia

Nikki Nafziger
 

I found my great grandfather's birth record in the all Galicia database. It listed Moses and Elkie Parnes as Godparents 1 and 2 (given names and surnames). I didn't think Jews had Godparents.  And they have his surname: Parnes. Is it a translation faux pas that's really grandparents or great grandparents? I found Elka Parnes death record in the same town of Brzezany. She would have been 67 at Hersch Leib Parnes birth in 1856. Another thing I don't understand is Hersh Leib birth record listed him as son of Uscher STAHL and Freude (that's how it was listed, without the surname Parnes) and then the Godparents names. I know that surnames were not always used and that many times children would take their Mothers maiden name. Can I infer from that, that Freude was Hersh Leib Mother and she was a Parnes? (And daughter of Moses and Elkie Parnes, so Godparents is grandparents)? I'm trying to find names of farther back generations.  Hersh Leib Parnes was Father to Netti Parnes who married Ernst Drescher who had my Father David Drescher.  Hersh Leib Parnes married his first wife's sister after his first wife died of consumption.  With his second wife he had Toni Parnes who married Bernard Schmeer who had my Mother Anne Schmeer. (Bernard was really Parnes. His Father was Oskar Parnes,  Hersh Leib brother but Oskar divorced Bernard's Mom (Hinde) Rose Schmeer and took his Mom's maiden name). Please help me understand the translation/meaning of Godparents.  Thank you. (And if my guess is right about the birth record saying son of Uscher STAHL and Freude as being another example of taking the Mother's maiden name). My name at birth, maiden name (for genealogical research; after my Dad legally removed the C from our last name to Americanize it) N

ikki Renee Dresher. My email is: nikkinashmusic@...


Re: Austro-Hungarian army records? #galicia #poland #hungary #records #austria-czech

m_tobiasiewicz@...
 

www.familysearch.org has Austro-Hungarian Armee records. 
I also did a search for Sambor / Sambir and found some Jewish records that way.
If you need more info, you  can email me directly.
MET
--
Maryellen Tobiasiewicz
m_tobiasiewicz@...
family from: Bielsko-Biala powiat Poland
Gorlice powiat Poland
Lviv Oblast Ukraine


Holland America Line Passenger Lists 1900-1940 #announcements #records

Jan Meisels Allen
 

 

The Holland America Line has placed its passenger lists online from 1900-1940 for free. These cover passengers who has lived or immigrated to the United States or Canada. You can search these files at: https://stadsarchief.rotterdam.nl/zoek-en-ontdek/passagierslijsten/

Genelaogy sites may also have the same passenger lists.

 

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 

 

 


השב: Re: [JewishGen.org] Question about English index to the Ottoman census records for the Ashkenazi community #general #israel

Shimy Karni
 

Hello,
There are Ottman registrations books in the Israel state archives where  you can find it. I am not sure that all these books were scaned and can be reached by the web but you can try or try to visit the site in Jerusalem.
Best Regards,
Shimi Karni, Israel
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נושא: Re: [JewishGen.org] Question about English index to the Ottoman census records for the Ashkenazi community #general #israel

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 


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 

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