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translation request #poland #translation

Tammy
 

Dear Genners,
I have posted an 1829 death record from Radzyn Podlaski for which I would appreciate a translation. It is Viewmate # 95209. Here's the linkhttps://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=95209

Thank you,
Tammy Weingarten


Translation request #poland #translation

Tammy
 

Dear Genners,
I have posted an 1892 death record from Miedzyrzec Podlaski, for which I would greatly appreciate a translation. It is # 95207 and is in Cyrillic.
Thank you,
Tammy Weingarten


Translation of Headstone needed from Hebrew - Lottie Lipson #translation

Deborah Friedman
 

Hi, I need a translation of the attached headstone.  Thank you for your help.

Deborah


Deborah Friedman

Walnut Creek, CA

dsfaec@...

 

Searching for: FRIEDMAN (KOPAIGOROD UKRAINE), SHULMAN/SCHULMAN (KOPAIGOROD UKRAINE), SPECTOR, GOLOGORSKY, KANSTERIN/KANSTEROOM, LIPSON (JERUSALEM), ZASLER (JERUSALEM, ZASLOW), LEVY, GRATZ/GRATCH, EISENSTEIN (DROHITCHIN), BENIOFF (KIEV AREA), SILBERMANN/SILVERMAN (ZEIL GERMANY), DINKELSPIEL(BADEN, GERMANY), MAIER, WIEDERQUIST, HOROWITZ (KIEV AREA), HESS (NEW ORLEANS), SANGER (NEW ORLEANS AND ALSACE), MAROZ (Ignatovka, Ukraine).


ViewMate translation request - Hebrew #translation

Bernard Gilman
 

I request a translation of the Hebrew text on a tombstone. It is on ViewMate at the following address:

https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM95327

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.

Thank you.

Bernard Gilman

Ashland, Massachusetts 01721

 


Re: Austrian Citizenship #austria-czech

oliverdmarshall@...
 

This may depend on what’s behind your question. It was certainly correct that your mother would have been considered to be a Polish citizen by birth and that she would only have become an Austrian citizen had her father naturalised. But I understand that your mother may now, under the new law allowing descendants of people who fled Austria due to Nazi persecution to claim Austrian citizenship, be considered to be de facto Austrian. If that’s something that interests you and any other descendants of your mother, you should send a query to the Consular Section of the Austrian Embassy in Washington DC.

Oliver Marshall
London – England 


Re: German Jewish Community: Grötzingen, Alb-Donau-Kreis, Baden-Württemberg, Germany or Grötzingen, Durlach, Baden, Württemburg #germany

Andreas Schwab
 

There is a used copy at ebay: https://www.ebay.com/p/5213336

You can find all libraries holding these publications via WorldCat.org :
https://www.worldcat.org/title/juden-in-karlsruhe-beitrage-zu-ihrer-geschichte-bis-zur-nationalsozialistischen-machtergreifung/oclc/25218332
Specifically, the New York Public Library and the Leo Beack Institute are accesible to the general public. You could try to get a library loan through your local library. 

Anther publication by Ms. Asche is "Eintausend Jahre Grötzingen: Die Geschichte eines Dorfes". It contains some information about the Grötzingen Jews. 
--
Andreas Schwab, Montreal, Canada


Translation of Headstone needed - Alex Lipson #translation

Deborah Friedman
 

Hi,

I need a translation of this headstone from Hebrew. Thank you.

Deborah


Deborah Friedman

Walnut Creek, CA

dsfaec@...

 

Searching for: FRIEDMAN (KOPAIGOROD UKRAINE), SHULMAN/SCHULMAN (KOPAIGOROD UKRAINE), SPECTOR, GOLOGORSKY, KANSTERIN/KANSTEROOM, LIPSON (JERUSALEM), ZASLER (JERUSALEM, ZASLOW), LEVY, GRATZ/GRATCH, EISENSTEIN (DROHITCHIN), BENIOFF (KIEV AREA), SILBERMANN/SILVERMAN (ZEIL GERMANY), DINKELSPIEL(BADEN, GERMANY), MAIER, WIEDERQUIST, HOROWITZ (KIEV AREA), HESS (NEW ORLEANS), SANGER (NEW ORLEANS AND ALSACE), MAROZ (Ignatovka, Ukraine).


Stratford Library, CT event #announcements #events

sacredsisters1977@...
 

Hi All
I just found out about a program being held at the Stratford Library in Connecticut. Its an intro into starting your genealogy. Its being held on Sunday October 3 from 2-4. You must register for there is limited seats due to covid rules. I hope I am allowed to share this.

Sarah Greenberg (USA-CT)
sacredsisters1977@...


Re: Soleayl, Galicia, Austria? #galicia #ukraine

carol_bradford@...
 

Hello,
The place name on the document looks like SOKAYL to me. The "K" is loopy and was transcribed incorrectly, I believe.
Carol Bradford, Syracuse, New York United States of America


Re: The Hebrew translation for the name Yetta #names

Gail H. Marcus
 

This is mostly for Peter Cohen:  If it's of any help, i had a great-aunt named Jennie, and the name on her gravestone transliterates as Scheine. 

Gail Marcus
Maryland


Impossible Brick Wall Next Steps DRAY? #usa

Dorann Cafaro
 

Hi Community:
 
I have tried for years to find/confirm the maiden name (and any additional information) for my 2nd great-grandmother. 
What I know:
  • name Hannah/Anna ???
  • b Austria/Germany 6 Jun 1821
  • died in Baltimore MD 29 Dec 1885
  • buried Har Sinai Cemetery Baltimore MD (Jewish)
  • married about 1852 to Sauel Samuel Grauer b 2 May 1814 Raudnitz an der Elbe Czech Rep as 1st child/son Leon born 1853
  • NO MARRIAGE OR DEATH CERTIFICATES ANYWHERE ON FILE including no death certificates for her children as MD did not start keeping records till much later & Har Sinai said they have no records
 
What I believe but can’t document:
  • surname DRAY - this is a confirmed family surname and it is in my grandmother’s name plus I have identified all other surnames of her family
  • she may be from Alsace as the surname Dray is often found there and my father had to have french speaking governess when a child with his grandmother living in the house
  • I have looked at DNA connections without success
 
Love any ideas where to go from here.
Regards Dorann Cafaro
Jewish research Grauer, Dray, May, Marcus, Fischer


Re: German Jewish Community: Grötzingen, Alb-Donau-Kreis, Baden-Württemberg, Germany or Grötzingen, Durlach, Baden, Württemburg #germany

ccelaynarose3@...
 

Thank you so much, David! I would be glad to forward what digital copies that I have of sources from Canada. I can't find any from Germany as yet. I have found information on how he immigrated to Canada. What other documentation would she require do you think?

Thank you again for your offer to help. I truly appreciate the information as well.
--
Connie Derosier Carter
Kissimmee, FL, Leominster, MA


Re: German Jewish Community: Grötzingen, Alb-Donau-Kreis, Baden-Württemberg, Germany or Grötzingen, Durlach, Baden, Württemburg #germany

ccelaynarose3@...
 

Oh Thank you so very much! Would you happen to know if any of these publications are accessible through other national libraries or archives in the US by any chance? I would be willing to pay for the articles to access them.

Thanks again!
--
Connie Derosier Carter
Kissimmee, FL, Leominster, MA


Re: Russian army recruits 1880s #russia #general

Diane Jacobs
 

If you look at the All Lithuanian Database 
Revision Lists there are many listed as conscripted and sometimes it lists parents and other family members. I have found lots of family that way.

Hope this helps .
Diane Jacobs


On Sep 22, 2021, at 10:50 AM, Jeff Marx <rabjmarx@...> wrote:

Please note that there is also a discussion on Jewish Gen between a number of us about stories concerning family members who maimed themselves to get out of the draft.  I've been collecting these stories and trying to confirm (without, so far, a lot of success) that the maiming actually occurred, and that the real injuries some relatives had were as a result of attempting to avoid the draft.  For important background research, I've found that the "gold standard" of historical research about the Russian draft is  Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern's 2009 book, JEWS IN THE RUSSIAN ARMY, 1827-1917.  Also really good is Olga Litvak's CONSCRIPTION AND THE SEARCH FOR MODERN RUSSIAN JEWRY.  
--
Jeff Marx
Researching ANSPACHER, AUGAPHEL, AUGENBLICK, BREAKSTONE, BREGSTEIN, CARLEBACH, HIEGENLICH, KUBELSKY, MARX

--
Diane Jacobs, Somerset, New Jersey


Re: Russian army recruits 1880s #russia #general

Lee Jaffe
 

There is a note in the Wikipedia article about conscription in Russia that only sons were not required to serve.  I didn't see anything there specifically about Jews.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conscription_in_the_Russian_Empire#1825_to_Milyutin_reforms

Lee
--

Lee David Jaffe

Surnames / Towns:  Jaffe / Suchowola, Poland ; Stein (Sztejnsapir) / Bialystok and Rajgrod, Poland ; Joroff (Jaroff, Zarov) / Chernigov, Ukraine ; Schwartz (Schwarzman?, Schwarzstein?) / ? ;  Koshkin / Snovsk, Ukraine ; Rappoport / ? ; Braun / Wizajny, Suwalki, Poland,  Ludwinowski / Wizajny, Suwalki, Poland

 


Re: Russian army recruits 1880s #russia #general

Jeff Marx
 

Please note that there is also a discussion on Jewish Gen between a number of us about stories concerning family members who maimed themselves to get out of the draft.  I've been collecting these stories and trying to confirm (without, so far, a lot of success) that the maiming actually occurred, and that the real injuries some relatives had were as a result of attempting to avoid the draft.  For important background research, I've found that the "gold standard" of historical research about the Russian draft is  Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern's 2009 book, JEWS IN THE RUSSIAN ARMY, 1827-1917.  Also really good is Olga Litvak's CONSCRIPTION AND THE SEARCH FOR MODERN RUSSIAN JEWRY.  
--
Jeff Marx
Researching ANSPACHER, AUGAPHEL, AUGENBLICK, BREAKSTONE, BREGSTEIN, CARLEBACH, HIEGENLICH, KUBELSKY, MARX


Re: Russian army recruits 1880s #russia #general

Karen ADELMAN
 

My grandfather, Michael Goldsmith/Goldschmidt/Goldschmied told his grandchildren that he had been conscripted into the Russian Army (1900-04) and that he ran away , i.e. went AWOL) in about 1903-04.  I have not been able to figure out how to verify this.
Researching Goldsmith, Goldschmidt, Goldschmied from Volochisk, also Wolfzahn
--
Karen Adelman
karengadelman@...


death certificate of Mahle Scwarcz, marriage certificate of Yette Scwarcz and Pinkas Kurzer #poland

rottenberg
 

Hello,
I'm doing a genealogy search about my family. They lived at the end of 19th century and beginning of 20th century in Przeworsk.

Between september 1905 and november 1905 2 events took place :
  • Przeworsk, September 3rd 1905 : death of my great grandmother Malhe Schwarcz
  • Przeworsk, October or November 1905 : wedding of her daughter Yetta Schwarcz with Pincas Kurzer from Oleszyce.
I sent in this mail a copy of the marriage certificate in poor condition.


Can you tell me how I can get a copy of both certificates ?
 
I have tried unsuccessfully at Przemysl archives (https://www.szukajwarchiwach.gov.pl/)

Thank you very much for your advice.
Best regards
Michel Rottenberg
michel@...


ENDE and EISEN connection #poland #usa #israel #general

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

My wife's grandfather, Zvi Hirsch EISEN of Zloczow, Poland, was in
correspondence with the ENDE family. As far as I know, two ENDE
brothers, Avigdor and another brother to Israel before 1948 ( as a
teenager I had met Avigdor, who was a friend of my grandfather in
Jerusalem). I believe that the well known Israeli pianist, Bracha EDEN
is a member of this family.

Zvi Hirsch EISEN came to New York from Poland shortly before W.W. 2
and died about 1953.

Does anyone know of a family connection between the above ENDE and
EISEN families.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem


Re: The name Wochenkind - #poland

Reuven Mohr
 

this makes sense, to register a boy as 'Wochenkind', since at the time of registration, which usually happens less than a week after birth, boys have no name yet. Traditionally the name is given at the circumcision, and till then there is nothing to enter into the name column, or in your case 'Wochenkind'. I think this was more a decision of this local clerk than a general regulation.

Reuven Mohr
Israel 

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