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Wednesday, Oct. 6, 7 pm - JGSNY, Getting Your ACGT Together: Organizational Strategies for DNA Analysis #announcements #jgs-iajgs

Phyllis Rosner
 

Jewish Genealogical Society NY Webinar
Wednesday Oct. 6, 2021 at 7 p.m. EDT

 

A joint program of the Jewish Genealogical Society of New York and the New York Genealogical & Biographical Society

Getting Your ACGT Together: Organizational Strategies for DNA Analysis

 

Speaker: Paul Woodbury

 

DNA test results are constantly changing, so trying to organize them can feel like aiming at a moving target. In this webinar, learn to organize your results around clear research objectives in order to isolate, prioritize, analyze, and correlate the genetic data most pertinent to your research.

 

This webinar is open to the public during the live session. It will be recorded for NYG&B member access and audio will be accessible to JGSNY members on their website. A handout will be provided to attendees and members of both organizations.

 

Paul Woodbury is a Research Team Manager at Legacy Tree Genealogists. He graduated from Brigham Young University, where he studied Genetics and Family History. He also holds a master’s degree in Instructional Design and Educational Technology.  His article, "Where to Test? Genetic Genealogy Testing Options," appeared in the January-March 2021 issue of the NSG Magazine.

All are welcome; attendance is free, but registration is required:

Submitted by:
Phyllis Rosner jgsny.org
JGSNY VP Communications
New York, NY


Re: Tuberculosis Sanitoria #usa #general

Jim Gutterman
 

My uncle similarly went away in the 1930s I believe. His family lived in Brooklyn, but the place he went to was I believe in Westchester/Rockland area. I can't find the document right now, but I remember I found him on general census, presumably 1940. If I recall correctly, it didn't specifically indicate TB, but listed 30 or 40 residents at same address, was designated either as hospital or in category that contained incarcerated when doing search, presumably thru ancestry or stevemorse. Didn't help matters that his first name was misspelled either....

James Gutterman
Selkirk, New York

Searching for: GUTTERMAN,GOODMAN,GELLER,LAND(E)SMAN,HERSCHKOVITZ,OCHS


Re: Request for Old Photos from Jaroslaw #usa

Eva Robotnick
 

Hi Nina,
I have 2 types (sets) of pictures of the old city of Jaroslaw. All of them are jpg files.
The 1st set are about 23 pictures (jpg) downloaded from the internet in 2005.
Don't remember the source. They are all pictures of early buildings in Jarowslaw.

The 2nd set are about 50 jpg pictures made during our family roots trip in October, 2008.
So for these I can give you permission to use.
The pictures include such items as:
the moat before entering the old city
House 8 Grotska Street where the families Steinberg and Raab had lived
The original market; now a museum
The former Reform synagogue
and more.

If you are interested in any of the jpg pictures, please send me an
email to:  erobotnick@gmail,com
with instructions on how to send them to you.
Regards and Hag Sameach,
Eva Robotnick


Re: Recent Discovery Sheds New Light on Messianic yDNA #general #dna

Boruch Fishman
 

Hi,
This is very interesting work suggesting that the House of David is a superior Aryan line that joined the family of Abraham. We really need access to ancient DNA to learn more about this. I copied a complete genealogy of the House of David by an English author David Hodges, which Nasik Yose Dayan lent me from his library. There are so many ancient Rabbis with all male lineage from King David with probably intact graves that if we could sample their bones, we could really make progress in learning about the Davidic genealogy. Also, if we can get someone to sample DNA on Christian relics, we could make progress. According to the Jewish tradition, the father of Jesus was a Roman soldier named Pantera, and we could conceivably find hus haplotype via his son's DNA on the garments  Also, according to the book Yosi lent me, Jesus's mother was a princess of the House of David, and her cousin Joseph of Arimathea was a Prince of the House of David via the second wife of Prince Zerubabel. If there is a genuine relic from the crucifixion, we could potentially find three matching DNAs, the son, mother and cousin. The cousin"s DNA would provide a sample of Davidic DNA from 2,000 years ago.  

May we make progress soon!

Boruch Fishman MD


Family connection between Rattner of St Petersburg and Constantinople and Rosenstein of Vibesk #belarus #general

Trish Lane
 

I am trying to establish a connection between Izrail Rattner and Family from Mogilev born 1830 and Katharina Rosenstein nee Rattner born 1840 Constantinople.  David Rosenstein ,  Katharina's husband was born in Vitebsk in 1822.
Patricia Lane
travellingtrish@...


Re: Looking to purchase copy of yizkor book for Slutsk #belarus #yizkorbooks

shamue@...
 

Check the New York Public Library, you can get there “print on demand” copy  if the have it and they have a lot of Izkor books.
--
Tzvika SHACHAM


Re: Is there a commemoration of the Rumbula Massacre? #latvia #holocaust

Todd Cohn
 

Riga - Nov. 30:  Jewish community commemoration at Rumbula.  Community Website.
 
Riga - TBD: There is also an event at which hundreds of candles are placed at the Freedom Monument, often on an adjacent date to the above. 
 
 
Israel - Virtual - Dec. 8 :  The Association of Latvian and Estonian Jews will have a virtual  commemoration this year, on YouTube 
 
New York -  Dec. 5: Jewish Survivors of Latvia annual program at 12 noon. Contact Ivar Brod <ivarbronya@...) .
 
Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York - Dec. 7, 2:00 pm NY time - Virtual (might also be in person):   Program on Rumbula's Echo and Rumbula in conjunction with the Boris Lurie art exhibition
 
The website for the documentary is www.RumbulasEcho.org   Its Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/RumbulasEchoFilm/ . A complete rough-cut (draft) of the documentary will be done late this autumn, and it is slated for completion in 2022. 

-Todd Cohn


family RASKIN in Yekaterinoslav (Dnipro) #ukraine #general

S.raskin@...
 

Part of my family moved around 1910 from Yelia, Khotimsk, Mogilev, Belarus, to Yekaterinoslav, to prepare for Imigration to Brazil.

Do you have information from family RASKIN in Yekaterinoslav (Dnipro) ?

Salmo Raskin


GONDELMAN and ELKIN in Israel #israel #general

Nardo Bonomi
 

Hallo researchers,

I am looking for the descendants of two brances of the family GONDELMAN
-
descendants of Genia (Yehudit) ELKIN born Gondelman died in Israel in 1977.

- descendants of David Gondelman son of Berko died in Tel-Aviv in 1974.

The family migrated from Moldova to Italy and then after WW2 to Israel.
Thank you

Nardo Bonomi Braverman
Greve in Chianti – Firenze – Italy
Researching on:
BRAVERMAN Ukraine ;
LUFT and GRUNBLATT from Kolomya
GROBMAN from Gaysin; GONDELMAN
OCCHIPINTI anywhere
(Author of
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/Italy/italian.htm)


Re: Zionist organisations Free City of Danzig 1930s #poland

tony allan
 

Hi My father was a member of BETAR in Danzig. Around 1934/5 it was attacked by the Nazi's and he was thrown out of the window. He managed to get out to England in 1936 but it left him with a weak heart.
Tony Allan (Golendziner)


Looking to purchase copy of yizkor book for Slutsk #belarus #yizkorbooks

Yehuda Rubin
 

I have contacted all the rare book stores that sell yizkor books, but it is out of stock. I don't think that the Yiddish Book Center is currently taking reprint orders; and I am looking to buy a copy. If anyone knows of a copy for sale, please let me know. Thank you.
(I am aware that it is in some libraries and accessible online, but I prefer a print copy for family records on my bookshelf.)
--
Yehuda Rubin
Lakewood, NJ
yehudazevrubin@...
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Re: Rose Edith Ostroff #usa

Mike Coleman
 

Mike Coleman   London  U.K.


Searching for relatives of Dr Isaac Klein Haifa #israel

YBentham
 

Shalom

I am looking for any relatives of a Dr Isaac Klein born 06.04.1912 in Austria, a Viennese school friend of my late father Dr David Ropschitz.  Dr Klein was with my father in Ferramonti di Tarsia internment camp in Italy during WW2, becoming the Chief Medical Officer of Ferramonti after the allied liberation. After the war he emigrated to Israel in 1944 and as far as I know, lived out his days in Haifa, having lost his sight towards the end of his life. I am coming to the end of compiling a book of lifestories of survivors of Ferramonti and would like to find any relative who could add Dr Klein's story. He appears on many photos in my late father's possession. I have attached one where Dr Klein is seated in between my father and his friend Dr Friedmann, both of whose stories appear in the book. How nice it would be to complete the trio.

Please email me if you can help.
Many thanks

Yolanda Bentham
Bridgwater
Somerset
England

searching for KLEIN


Re: Revoked German Citizenship and Property Seizures 1933-1945 #holocaust

Lewis, Megan
 

Hello Daniella,

The book Rodney mentioned, Die Ausbürgerung deutscher Staatsangehoriger 1933-1945, is organized by the date the name appeared in the Reichsanzeiger.  Once you have the date searching the digital version is a lot easier.

If the people you seek were living in Germany, and thus listed in this book, send an email to reference@... with the full names of the people and mention you want us to specifically check this book.

Megan Lewis, USHMM librarian


Re: Report of Eye Witness to 1941 Erev Sukkot Nadworna Massacre #galicia #holocaust #poland #ukraine

Frank Schulaner
 

And the famous Big Bang Theory episode when the Polish American girl exclaims, "Our families [back in Poland] could've been neighbors" -- and only Mayim Bialik's character sees the sad irony there ("I'll explain later").

Frank Schulaner, Kealakekua HI
fschulaner@...


Bialystok Gymnasium Yitzhak Shamir. #belarus #rabbinic

PScharaga
 



My Paternal Great Grandmother was Ray Kaplan married to Nathan Bender (Bendetowicz) of Wolkowitz now Vaukoviysk, Belarus. Her family was associated with the Forming and teaching at the famous Bialystok Gymnasium. Supposedly, one of the Kaplan teachers was a favorite among the students including Yitzhak Shamir. My Dad's cousin Harold Goldray attended the reunion. I haven't been able to find records of the Kaplans in Poland, They may not have been born there. I don't know if we were related to all of them? There is also supposed to be a famous Rabbi in the family. I have a photo from the Reunion with Harold Goldray, Yitzhak Shamir, and others that helped form the State of Israel. Ray and Nathan supposedly had 18 children and they all lived! If there are any descendants or if anyone else has info on the Teachers & founders

PScharaga
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JGS Cleveland presents “The What and When of Immigration and Naturalization Records” with Marian Smith, Oct 6 at 7 PM ET #education #jgs-iajgs

deborahakatz@...
 

Join the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland for our next Zoom program on Wednesday, October 6, 7-8:30 pm ET - “The What and When of Immigration and Naturalization Records with Marian Smith.

 

Program: Marian Smith presents an overview of three historical eras of US immigration and naturalization records, illustrated with documents of Jewish immigrants. Using a timeline tool (included in the handout), she demonstrates how plotting an immigrant’s life events can identify what records may exist for that particular immigrant and where these records can be found.

 

Speaker: Marian Smith retired in 2018 after thirty years as an Historian for the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), later US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). She now occasionally speaks to groups on US immigration and nationality records and anxiously awaits returning to research at the National Archives.

 

Registration: Required and free - Send an email to rsvp@... by 12 Noon EDT on Sep 1st to receive a Zoom link.  If you are NOT a JGS Cleveland member, please include your name, email, and complete mailing address.

 

 

 

Go to jgscleveland.org for more program, speaker, and membership information.

 

 

 

Contact: Deborah A. Katz, JD, PhD

Vice President, Programming

JGS Cleveland
programming@...


Information on Shifra Crounse and Yafa Cohen written about in The Ladies Home Journal, September 1967. #ukraine #israel

Rosanne O'Reilly
 

I am looking for Yafa Cohen and Shifra Crounse for a friend who met them when she was little.

The Women were written about in The Ladies Home Journal, September 1967.  The article was called “The Girls who fought for Israel” by Leon Uris. 

I have checked ancestry.com, jewishgen.org, and Israelpb.com.  Since I don’t read Hebrew, I am unable to check other sources.

Shifra Crounse was born in 1947 Rovno, Ukraine to Zvi and Gina Crouse. 

Yafa Cohen was born in 1948 in Israel, to Eliahu Cohen from Morocco and Lavana Cohen from Bagdad, Iraq.

Either or both could be married or dead.

I appreciate any help given.  I will forward the information to my friend.

Rosanne OReilly

femalegtrst@...

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Re: Citing sources in family research #general

Marion Werle
 

Marlise is absolutely correct, but I would also add that genealogical best practices say to obtain (and have translated, if necessary) a copy of the underlying record for the database or spreadsheet entry,. Database records are derivative records (derived from an underlying original source) and are subject to errors. Many/most of the Lithianian metrical records ((vital records) are available on FamilySearch and the Dvinsk crensus records from the Latvian Archives are digitized on either the Latvian Archives ' Raduraksti website or on FamilySearch. See  https://latvia.jewishgen.org/research/archival-resources, the sections on Raduraksti  and FamilySearch, on how to find original copies of Latvian census records. For the Lithuanian  records see the LivakSIG website https://www.litvaksig.org/all-lithuania-database/fhl-film-navigation.

In general, just because the database states "not microfilmed" doesn't necessarily mean there isn't a digital copy, so double check (for LivakSIG only the State Hidtorical Archives in Vilnius - LVIA -  has records that have been filmed). You can also contact the various archives directly for original copies.

The citations would then follow the Evidence Explained (book version) guidelines for citing archival documents. The Evidence Explained website cited by Marlise also has examples for citing FamilySearch unindexed records. 

Hope that helps.

--
Marion Werle
<canadagenes@...>


Re: Jewish War Veteran Research #general #events

WALTER SPECTOR
 

Try "The National Museum of American Jewish Military History" 

202-265-6280
Mon – Fri: 9AM to 5PM
Open Sunday by appointment only for 6 or more people

Regards
Walter Spector
Philadelphia PA
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Searching:
SPECTOR- Zaslov (Izyaslov) Volhynia Gub. Ukraine-Woodbine NJ-Phila. PA;
EBY (AB)-  Rushany, Grodno Gub. Belarus-Woodbine NJ- Phila.PA;       
BECKER-  Klevan, Rovno Phila. PA Brooklyn NY:   GREENSTEIN-Boston MA:
SELTZER (ZELTZER)Rovno, Klevan, Alexandria; Poland-Brooklyn NY
LONDE, LANDAU, LONDON, LANDER, Proskrov- Phila. PA
PITKOWSKI Rushany, Grodno Gub. STEINBERG –Los Angeles CA  ROTHSTEIN (Rotstein)  Phila. PA;
Rudofsky BostonTry 
 

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