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Re: Yiddish or Hebrew name for IDA #belarus #names

Michele Lock
 

There is a person named Jason Greenberg, who went through New York City naturalization documents for Jewish immigrants from the early 1900s, and he made note of the Yiddish names the immigrants gave as the name they traveled under, and then noted the first name they chose to use here in the US. The paper the person wrote is called "From Rochel to Rose and Mendel to Max". You can find it here: https://academicworks.cuny.edu/gc_etds/1820.

For the name Ida, he found this 28 times in the naturalizations, and 19 times the original name for the person was Chaya (also spelled Khaje, Chaje, Haje). But the other nine times, the original names were a real mix: Gute, Hinde, Hodes, Chave, Rode, Rochel, Toybe, Yochved, and Yudes. 

In my family, most of the persons with the name Ida were originally Chaya, but I do have one Ida who was originally an Itta.

To find out for certain what your great grandmother's Yiddish/Hebrew name was, you ought to get a photo of her gravestone, which should have it shown there.
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Michele Lock

Lak/Lok/Liak/Lock and Kalon/Kolon in Zagare/Joniskis/Gruzdziai, Lithuania
Lak/Lok/Liak/Lock in Plunge/Telsiai in Lithuania
Trisinsky/Trushinsky/Sturisky and Leybman in Dotnuva, Lithuania
Olitsky in Alytus, Suwalki, Poland/Lithuania
Gutman/Goodman in Czestochowa, Poland
Lavine/Lev/Lew in Trenton, New Jersey and Lida/Vilna gub., Belarus


Can you read this address? #usa

jbonline1111@...
 

I am attaching a link to a passenger ship manifest showing my great-uncle, David Sancton, on line 5.  I cannot discern the address to which he is going.  I hope someone can make it out. Thanks so much.

https://heritage.statueofliberty.org/passenger-details/czoxMjoiMTAyNDg5MDMwMjQ1Ijs=/czo4OiJtYW5pZmVzdCI7
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Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC


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Avraham Groll
 

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Re: Yiddish or Hebrew name for IDA #belarus #names

Henry Carrey Boston,MA . Carey/Kirzhner/Berestyaner , Belous , Isenberg - Lutsk ; Postolov/Herman/Kolovsky-Zhitomir
 


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As you can tell , the most common Yiddish name that was converted to Ida is Chaya/Chaye/Chaje/Chayke . Do you know where she is buried ? Does the stone have her Hebrew name? The second most common Yiddish name is Edel/Itl/Ite/Ita . 

But there are many other possibilities , on one document, my grandmother Hinde was called Ida . One person in this stream pointed out that her grandmother Ida  was originally  Zlate , a Polish variant of Golde .

Usually , there was a common " American translation"  for most Yiddish names , but in many cases , people just took an American name they happened to like for one reason or another .  

I believe in the Given Names Database on Jewish Gen ( if it still works ) you can put in an American name and get the most common Yiddish origins statistically . You can also look at the Ancestry Jewish section to see if you can get a variations from there. 
If what you are trying to do is to look for a ship manifest , try Chaye/Chaje/Chayke etc first and if that doesn't work , try other common possibilities . Sooner or later , you may get an answer!
Good luck .
Henry H. Carrey


Re: Are there any records from LYUBO OR LYUBAR, UKRAINE? #ukraine

Gary Pokrassa
 

Hi Jake

yes there are revision lists for this town from 1816, 1834 , 1850 and `1858 available on Alex Krakovsky's wiki page - the numbers to the right of each link represent the pages in each file where this town's data begins

Revision List of the Jews of Novograd-Volyn county. 1816 and additional Revision Lists  // DASHO. F. 118. Op. 14. Ref. 172. 118-14-0172 Любар 335-478
Revision List  of the Jews of Novograd-Volyn county. 1850  // RAIN. F. 118. Op. 14. Ref. 197. 118-14-0197 Любар 667–821
Revision List  of the Jews of Novograd-Volyn county. 1850  // RAIN. F. 118. Op. 14. Ref. 197. 118-14-0197 Любар 852-876
Revision List  of the Jews of Novograd-Volyn county. 1858  // RAIN. F. 118. Op. 14. Ref. 207. 118-14-0207 Любар 944-1223
Revision List of the townspeople of the Ostropolian Jews. 1834  // RAIN. F. 118. Op. 14. Ref. 187. 118-14-187 Любар 3–203
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Gary Pokrassa
Data Acquisition Director
Ukraine Research Division


looking for town named Chartorey? Charlovey? #russia #romania

Jake Jacobs
 

Ancestor named HANTMAN was born in a town listed on his Petition for Naturalization as Chartorey or Charlovey, Russia. Any ideas where this might be?

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas


Jews and Hot Air Balooning #general

Jonathan Myers
 

 
Hi - I'm researching the history of Jews in the field of (aviation) ballooning, particularly the late 19th C and early 20th C. In collecting much information on the topic, I want to find out more about  Mr Herron’s East End Scientific Toy Shop. Prior to the first world war, they exhibited at Crystal Palace (possibly the Great Exhibition or another one more science focused). And it's because of that, that a toy balloon (made by the Weinling family) they were exhibiting was seen by the military. The military part I have collected information on but I'd like to know more about the toy shop - and Mr Herron - if anyone has information.
 
 
Thanks
Jonathan Myers
 
 


Re: Are there any records from LYUBO OR LYUBAR, UKRAINE? #ukraine

Ellen
 

Deborah Glassman's website, The Jewish Families of Ostropol, has some records from Revision Lists for Lyubar.

https://jewishfamiliesofostropol.com/revisionlists-lyubar

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Ellen Morosoff Pemrick 
Saratoga County, NY

Researching WEISSMAN/VAYSMAN (Ostropol, Ukraine); MOROZ and ESTRIN/ESTERKIN (Shklov & Bykhov, Belarus); LESSER/LESZEROVITZ, MAIMAN, and BARNETT/BEINHART/BERNHART (Lithuania/Latvia); and ROSENSWEIG/ROSENZWEIG, KIRSCHEN, and SCHWARTZ (Botosani, Romania)


Re: Yiddish or Hebrew name for IDA #belarus #names

Roberta Sheps
 

Another possibility is Ita (pronounced "Eeta).
Roberta Sheps,
Colchester England


Re: St. Joseph Missouri City Directories. #records

Rose Feldman
 

Years ago I visited the Newberry Public Library in Chicago that had almost a whole floor dedicated to genealogy and had many directories from various areas  around Illinois.  Worthwhile checking - https://www.newberry.org/genealogy-and-local-history
The Newberry has been collecting genealogy and local history materials since 1887. Staff at the Genealogy and Local History desk can help you explore the Newberry’s rich collections of family histories; local histories; censuses, probate, deed, court, tax, and cemetery records; military rosters; periodicals; genealogical guides; and reference works.
www.newberry.org

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Rose Feldman
Winner of 2017 IAJGS Award for Volunteer of the Year
Israel Genealogy Research Association 
genealogy.org.il
Help us index more records at http://igra.csindexing.com
 
Keep up to date on archives, databases and genealogy in general and Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with http://twitter.com/JewDataGenGirl

 


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Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
Winner of 2017 IAJGS Award for Volunteer of the Year  
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy


Re: Are there any records from LYUBO OR LYUBAR, UKRAINE? #ukraine

Miriam Weiner
 

Diane,
Please search the ARCHIVE DATABASE at my website:  www.rtrfoundation.org
The search results produce information about the following record groups for this town:
census:  1816;1834;1850;1851;1856;1858 (INCLUDED IN NOVOGRAD VOLYNSKIY);1862;1872
Holocaust:  1941-1943
List of Jewish workers:  
1834 (LIST OF MERCHANTS);1851 (LIST OF MERCHANTS); 1858 (LIST OF MERCHANTS);1867 (LIST OF MERCHANTS)
Notary records:  
1889-1894;1903-1909;1914-1916

To my knowledge, these specific documents have not been indexed and therefore, you may want to contact the archive directly and ask them to search the records for your surnames (there will be a cost for this; you will need to ask the archive about that).  
Relevant file numbers are in the search results.
Contact info for the Zhitomir Archives:  
https://old.archives.gov.ua/Eng/Archives/ra06.php

Good luck.
Miriam Weiner
Secaucus, NJ


The Jews of Rhodes: Between Ottomans and Italians #events

contact@...
 

A Jewish community had lived in Rhodes and Kos since Antiquity. In
1912 Italy captured these Aegean islands from an Ottoman Empire in decline.
Planning an ambitious future 'Roman' empire in the Mediterranean, the
Italian state invested into rebuilding and growing the Jewish community.
Some resident Jews eventually acquired Italian citizenship. But the rise of
Mussolini’s Fascist dictatorship also meant a complex and difficult
relationship between the Italian state and the Jewish community. This talk
discusses the history of Jews in the islands during this period, the
different archival sources available for researching it, and some of the
meanings of this history for contemporary debates about nationality and
belonging. Our speaker this week, Valerie McGuire, is a Lecturer of Italian
Studies and Comparative Literature at the University of St Andrews
(Scotland).

The meeting is on Sunday 19 September 2021 at 11am in LA, 2pm NYC, 7pm
London, 8pm Paris/Amsterdam and 9pm Jerusalem. Patrons can join us on Zoom.
Everyone is invited to join us for free at:
https://www.youtube.com/SephardicGenealogyAndHistory/ Please subscribe to
the YouTube channel. It helps us a lot and reminds you when we are going
live!

Shana Tova, Boas Entradas, Many Years!

David Mendoza and Ton Tielen
Sephardic World


Re: Yiddish or Hebrew name for IDA #belarus #names

Linda Higgins
 

My grandfather's sister's name was Chaya/Chaia but she was called Ida.

Linda Gordon Higgins
Spring,, TX  


Re: St. Joseph Missouri City Directories. #records

Linda Higgins
 

Look for the libraries in St.Joseph. They usually have old city directories.  There should be a button on the website that says "Ask A Librarian". Tell them what you are looking for and they can probably help. If they don't have the directory they will probably know who does.

Linda Gordon Higgins
Spring,TX


Are there any records from LYUBO OR LYUBAR, UKRAINE? #ukraine

Jake Jacobs
 

Looking for records from Lyubo or Lyubar, Ukraine.  Relatives named VIGODNER from there, 1880s. Would appreciate any information you can offer.

Thank you!

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas


JGSPBC invites you to our next Zoom program: “How an Ashkenazi-Litvak traced his ancestry back 2,000 years." Oct 13, 1:00 pm EST #announcements #jgs-iajgs

Walter Rosenthal
 

New Topic

JGSPBC invites you to our next Zoom program “How an Ashkenazi-Litvak traced his ancestry back 2,000 years.

 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Palm Beach County will host a Zoom program on Wednesday, October 13 at 1:00PM ET  “ How an Ashkenazi-Litvak traced his ancestry back 2,000 years to Israel” presented by Dr. Harold Rhode

Harold Rhode PhD, worked as an analyst at the Pentagon for 28 years. During his tenure as Desk Officer in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, he  specialized in Turkey, Iran, Iraq and other Middle East issues.  In his presentation, he will combine family lore, documentary evidence and interviews.  He will present a case that,  though Jews have wandered the world for 2,000 years, their ancient origins are in Israel.

This event is free to JGSPBC members, $5.00 for non-members. 

For members and guests, go to the JGSPBC website www.jgspbc.org, click on the yellow REGISTER button and fill in the required information.  A zoom link will be sent to your email address before the event.  For more information, contact JGSPBC President, Ms. Ina Getzoff at 561-450-9577.

 

 

Walter Rosenthal
 


Re: Descendants of Yochevet Belinkoff Chernyakov #russia

Janet Furba
 

Hi, ask the Homel State Archive in Belarus.
Janet Furba,
Germany


Re: Seeking information about the Comunisteanu and Userovici families- Dorohoi #romania

Janet Furba
 

On Thu, Sep 9, 2021 at 10:38 AM, <copsharon@...> wrote:
Hi, ask the archive of the Botoșani County.
Janet Furba,
Germani


Notary Records for Gusyatin, Ternopol, Ukraine (Formerly Husiatyn, Galicia, Austria) #galicia #poland #records #ukraine

Linda Habenstreit
 

I just read an article in “JRI-Poland For the Record” entitled Notarial Records in Poland: A Potentially Powerful Alternative to Vital Records.
The author, Howard B. Sakai says, “ JRI-Poland has recently catalogued more than 5,000 notarial records collections created in towns throughout Poland and currently stored at branches of the Polish State Archives.  JRI-Poland has projects underway for a number of these collections and looks forward to developing more, especially from towns whose civil vital records have not survived.”
 
Last year I corresponded with Mark Halpern, JRI-Poland's eastern Galicia area coordinator. He said the Husiatyn Jewish vital records past 1876 have not survived. However, notary records for Gusyatin (Husiatyn), Ternopol, Ukraine, that were not indexed at the time may include vital records for my paternal grandmother’s Steckman family from Liczkowce, Galicia, Austria (now Lychkivtsi, Ternopol, Ukraine). The nearest Jewish Center to Lickzkowce is Husiatyn.

 
 

Locality/Town: GUSYATIN
Raion/Region: GUSYATIN
Oblast/District: TERNOPOL
Country: UKRAINE
Archive Name: STATE ARCHIVE OF TERNOPOL OBLAST
Archive Locale: TERNOPOL
Archive Type: ARCHIVES
Document Type: NOTARY RECORDS
Year List: 1877-1887;1894-1 904;1920
Fond/Opis/Delo: 61;86-87
 
Has JRI-Poland indexed the above notarial records? Or has Gesher Galicia indexed the above notarial records? If either JRI-Poland or Gesher Galicia has indexed these records, where can I find them? If neither JRI-Poland nor Gesher Galicia have indexed these records, how do I get them? I have struggled for over a year to get these records through any means possible. I am happy to pay for the records. 
 
Please help. Thank you!
 
Linda Habenstreit 
 
HEBENSTREIT, Rawa Ruska Galicia, Austria (now Rava Ruskaya, Lwow, Ukraine); REITZFELD, Rawa Ruska, Galicia, Austria ((now Rava Ruskaya, Lwow, Ukraine); STECKMAN, Husiatyn, Galicia, Austria (now Gusyatin, Ternopol, Ukraine) and Liczkowce, Galicia, Austria (now Lychkivtsi, Ternopol, Ukraine); BECKER, unknown


Re: need researcher in Warsaw area; #poland #warsaw

Janet Furba
 

Hi, ask the Warsaw town archive.
Janet furba,
Germany

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