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Name list (L-M) "Varadi zsidok" by Terez Mozes #hungary

Susanna Vendel <susanna.vendel@...>
 

Dear H-sigs,
=20
I am posting here, alphabeticaly, the names which appears in the book
"Varadi zsidok" (The Jews of Nagyvarad =3D Oradea, Romania) by Terez Moze=
s.
The
edition I had in my posession was missing this list. This year, I heard, =
it
was given out a new edition of the book including it. Anyway, my work can
be useful for the H-sigs who do not have the book and through the names c=
an
get some new information.The page numbers are next to each name. The
information use to be very short and in
most of the cases the names appears just as one name amongst others in a
list.=20

Lakatos Jozsef =96 pg 158
Lakatos Karolyn=E9 =96 pg 120
Landesberg - pg 83
Landesberg Jicchak Aron Rabbi- pg 54,55, 69, 86, 89, 90
Landsberg Meir Avram (Munk Adolf) rabbi - pg 76
Landesmann Jenny =96 pg 119
Lang Karolina - pg 73
Laroche - pg 129, 131
Lazar Bela =96 pg 126
Lazar Jacob - pg 20
Laszki Armin =96 pg 124, 125
Laszki N kantor - pg 68
Laszlo Marton - pg 216
Lax Salvator =96 pg 150
Lebel Meyer - pg 26
Lebll Adamus - pg 22
Lebl Israel - pg 24
Lebli David - pg 51
Lederer - pg 103, 104, 139
Lederer David - pg 104
Lederer Kalman =96 pg 124
Lederer Simon - pg 87
Lefkovits Herman - pg 174
Leichtmann Izsak =96 pg 155, 157
Leitner Jozsef - pg 138
Leitner Lukacs Zoltan =96 pg 164
Leitner Lazar - pg 116, 138
Leitner Marton - pg 116
Leitner Nandir - pg 196
Leitner Sandor - pg 32, 190, 196, 205, 206, 217, 223
Leitner Lukacs Zoltan =96 pg 149, 165
Leon Alex (L=F6winger Sandor) =96 pg 165, 166
Levi Jacobus, pg 22
Levi Samuel - pg 50
Lipman Jakobus - pg 22
Lipman Moyses - pg 22
Libschitz Imre - pg 215
Lipchovitz Naftali Cvi, rabbi (d. 1773)- pg 35, 37, 52=20
Lovasy Andor =96 pg 125
L=F6bl - pg 60
L=F6bl Ferenc - pg 95, 128, 129
L=F6bl Frankl - pg 55, 83, 90
L=F6bl Mayer - pg 25
L=F6ble Henrik - pg 103
L=F6fkovits Jozsef - pg 68
L=F6rincz Sandor - pg 205, 217
L=F6w Lipot, rabbi - pg 54, 92
L=F6w Regina - pg 112
L=F6w Salamon - pg 86
L=F6wy- pg 101
L=F6wenstein Vilmos - pg 68
Lukacs Gy=F6rgy - pg 105
Lustig Martin - pg 47
Lustig soma - pg 205
Lybochovitz Herschel - pg 31, 35
Makbreit Sandor - pg 104
Manasses Isaacus - pg 22
Mandl Josef - pg 53
Manes Jozsef =D6stereicher - pg 71
Mann Adolf - pg 139
Markovits =96 pg 158
Markovits Antal - pg 103
Markovits Ern=F6 =96 pg 163
Markovits I - pg 102, 138, 169
Markovits Jozsef - pg 200
Markovits Pal, dr =96 pg 153
Markus, dr - pg 58
Markus Geza - pg 128
Markus Laszlo =96 pg 125
Marot Sandor =96 pg 162, 163, 193
Marton Ern=F6 =96 pg 165
Marton Istvan =96 pg 168, 193
Marton Mano =96 pg 122, 123, 125
Maurois Andre - pg 199
Mende Valer - pg 128
Meszinger Armin - pg 137
Mayer - pg 24, 29
Meer Samu - pg 174, 190, 217
Mezey Ferenc - pg 105
Mezey Jozsef - pg 86
Mezei Mihaly - pg 88
Michelst=E4dter - pg 74
Michelstetter Salamon - pg 86
Michelst=E4dter Izsak - pg 46, 55
Michelst=E4dter Salamon - pg 55
Michelst=E4dter Lipot - pg 73
Miklos Jutka =96 pg 126
Mihaly (Michel) Samuel - pg 27, 49, 54, 63, 76
Mihelffy =96 pg 122
Mihelffy Albert - pg 27, 51, 54, 76, 87
Mihelffy Adolf - pg 104
Mihelyfy Adolf - pg 124
Mittelmann Jakab =96 pg 150, 205
Molnar Ferenc - pg 199
Molnar Leo - pg 116
Molnar Peter - pg 220
Molnar Vilmos - pg 209
Mordeche Reb - pg 176
Mordechai (Gy=F6ngy=F6s) - pg 30
Moskovits Adolf - pg 101, 103, 116
Moskovits Ern=F6 - pg 179
Moskovits Imre - pg 185
Moskovits Joseph - pg 20, 27
Moskovits N - pg 138
Moskovics Salamon - pg 20
Moscovits =96 pg 123, 128,129, 131, 138
Moskovits Alex - pg 47=20
Moskovits Miksa - pg 104
Moskovits Mor - pg 101, 103, 104, 116
Motzen Samuel - pg 205
Mozes Karoly - pg 180, 184,186
Mozes Kornelia, dr - pg 204
Munk - pg 139, 217
Munk Adolf (Meir Avram)- pg 86, 89, 105
Munk Bela =96 pg 127
Munk Jakab - pg 116
Munkacsi Bernat - pg 77
Munkacsi Ern=F6 - pg 77
Munkacsi Noemi - pg 77
M=FCller Mano - pg 45
M=FCntzer Albert - pg 175, 176
=20
Susanna
susanna.vendel@swipnet.se
=20


Hungary SIG #Hungary Name list (L-M) "Varadi zsidok" by Terez Mozes #hungary

Susanna Vendel <susanna.vendel@...>
 

Dear H-sigs,
=20
I am posting here, alphabeticaly, the names which appears in the book
"Varadi zsidok" (The Jews of Nagyvarad =3D Oradea, Romania) by Terez Moze=
s.
The
edition I had in my posession was missing this list. This year, I heard, =
it
was given out a new edition of the book including it. Anyway, my work can
be useful for the H-sigs who do not have the book and through the names c=
an
get some new information.The page numbers are next to each name. The
information use to be very short and in
most of the cases the names appears just as one name amongst others in a
list.=20

Lakatos Jozsef =96 pg 158
Lakatos Karolyn=E9 =96 pg 120
Landesberg - pg 83
Landesberg Jicchak Aron Rabbi- pg 54,55, 69, 86, 89, 90
Landsberg Meir Avram (Munk Adolf) rabbi - pg 76
Landesmann Jenny =96 pg 119
Lang Karolina - pg 73
Laroche - pg 129, 131
Lazar Bela =96 pg 126
Lazar Jacob - pg 20
Laszki Armin =96 pg 124, 125
Laszki N kantor - pg 68
Laszlo Marton - pg 216
Lax Salvator =96 pg 150
Lebel Meyer - pg 26
Lebll Adamus - pg 22
Lebl Israel - pg 24
Lebli David - pg 51
Lederer - pg 103, 104, 139
Lederer David - pg 104
Lederer Kalman =96 pg 124
Lederer Simon - pg 87
Lefkovits Herman - pg 174
Leichtmann Izsak =96 pg 155, 157
Leitner Jozsef - pg 138
Leitner Lukacs Zoltan =96 pg 164
Leitner Lazar - pg 116, 138
Leitner Marton - pg 116
Leitner Nandir - pg 196
Leitner Sandor - pg 32, 190, 196, 205, 206, 217, 223
Leitner Lukacs Zoltan =96 pg 149, 165
Leon Alex (L=F6winger Sandor) =96 pg 165, 166
Levi Jacobus, pg 22
Levi Samuel - pg 50
Lipman Jakobus - pg 22
Lipman Moyses - pg 22
Libschitz Imre - pg 215
Lipchovitz Naftali Cvi, rabbi (d. 1773)- pg 35, 37, 52=20
Lovasy Andor =96 pg 125
L=F6bl - pg 60
L=F6bl Ferenc - pg 95, 128, 129
L=F6bl Frankl - pg 55, 83, 90
L=F6bl Mayer - pg 25
L=F6ble Henrik - pg 103
L=F6fkovits Jozsef - pg 68
L=F6rincz Sandor - pg 205, 217
L=F6w Lipot, rabbi - pg 54, 92
L=F6w Regina - pg 112
L=F6w Salamon - pg 86
L=F6wy- pg 101
L=F6wenstein Vilmos - pg 68
Lukacs Gy=F6rgy - pg 105
Lustig Martin - pg 47
Lustig soma - pg 205
Lybochovitz Herschel - pg 31, 35
Makbreit Sandor - pg 104
Manasses Isaacus - pg 22
Mandl Josef - pg 53
Manes Jozsef =D6stereicher - pg 71
Mann Adolf - pg 139
Markovits =96 pg 158
Markovits Antal - pg 103
Markovits Ern=F6 =96 pg 163
Markovits I - pg 102, 138, 169
Markovits Jozsef - pg 200
Markovits Pal, dr =96 pg 153
Markus, dr - pg 58
Markus Geza - pg 128
Markus Laszlo =96 pg 125
Marot Sandor =96 pg 162, 163, 193
Marton Ern=F6 =96 pg 165
Marton Istvan =96 pg 168, 193
Marton Mano =96 pg 122, 123, 125
Maurois Andre - pg 199
Mende Valer - pg 128
Meszinger Armin - pg 137
Mayer - pg 24, 29
Meer Samu - pg 174, 190, 217
Mezey Ferenc - pg 105
Mezey Jozsef - pg 86
Mezei Mihaly - pg 88
Michelst=E4dter - pg 74
Michelstetter Salamon - pg 86
Michelst=E4dter Izsak - pg 46, 55
Michelst=E4dter Salamon - pg 55
Michelst=E4dter Lipot - pg 73
Miklos Jutka =96 pg 126
Mihaly (Michel) Samuel - pg 27, 49, 54, 63, 76
Mihelffy =96 pg 122
Mihelffy Albert - pg 27, 51, 54, 76, 87
Mihelffy Adolf - pg 104
Mihelyfy Adolf - pg 124
Mittelmann Jakab =96 pg 150, 205
Molnar Ferenc - pg 199
Molnar Leo - pg 116
Molnar Peter - pg 220
Molnar Vilmos - pg 209
Mordeche Reb - pg 176
Mordechai (Gy=F6ngy=F6s) - pg 30
Moskovits Adolf - pg 101, 103, 116
Moskovits Ern=F6 - pg 179
Moskovits Imre - pg 185
Moskovits Joseph - pg 20, 27
Moskovits N - pg 138
Moskovics Salamon - pg 20
Moscovits =96 pg 123, 128,129, 131, 138
Moskovits Alex - pg 47=20
Moskovits Miksa - pg 104
Moskovits Mor - pg 101, 103, 104, 116
Motzen Samuel - pg 205
Mozes Karoly - pg 180, 184,186
Mozes Kornelia, dr - pg 204
Munk - pg 139, 217
Munk Adolf (Meir Avram)- pg 86, 89, 105
Munk Bela =96 pg 127
Munk Jakab - pg 116
Munkacsi Bernat - pg 77
Munkacsi Ern=F6 - pg 77
Munkacsi Noemi - pg 77
M=FCller Mano - pg 45
M=FCntzer Albert - pg 175, 176
=20
Susanna
susanna.vendel@swipnet.se
=20


Book TE VAGY A TANU! #hungary

Stefano Groszy <steven@...>
 

Dear Margarita, as I promised to you, I started to find out any name I
could find bound together with the town of Beregsas. I have to make a
correction: the names in my book are 3906. After that I can tell you in
the first 600 names I checked town of Beregsas never shows up.
In the mean time I give you some details concerning this book, in the
hope that anybody reading these lines can give some more info about it.
Title: TE VAGY A TANU!(ukrajnat=F2l auschwitzig), published by Kossuth KK=

in 1947. Unfortunately I don't speak hungarian and before the 3900 names
there are 210 text pages. In the next days I'll finish the Beregsas
check. Ciao, Steven.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Book TE VAGY A TANU! #hungary

Stefano Groszy <steven@...>
 

Dear Margarita, as I promised to you, I started to find out any name I
could find bound together with the town of Beregsas. I have to make a
correction: the names in my book are 3906. After that I can tell you in
the first 600 names I checked town of Beregsas never shows up.
In the mean time I give you some details concerning this book, in the
hope that anybody reading these lines can give some more info about it.
Title: TE VAGY A TANU!(ukrajnat=F2l auschwitzig), published by Kossuth KK=

in 1947. Unfortunately I don't speak hungarian and before the 3900 names
there are 210 text pages. In the next days I'll finish the Beregsas
check. Ciao, Steven.


*Re: slovakia #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Try to write to:

Jewish Community of Kosice
(Zidovska Nabozenska Obec)
Zvonarska 5
040 01 Kosice
Slovenska Republika
Tel. (95) 622-1047


no dia 27/08/98 `as 15:02 -0300 horas, Rub=E9n Weiser escreveu:
at 27/08/98 - 15:02 -0300, Rub=E9n Weiser wrote:

hi.
today some body told me that maybe i still having living relativs in
slovakia probably in zborov , bardejov or kosice.
how can i get their adresse or telephone number?
thanks ruben weiser,buenos aires,argentina.


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Hungary SIG #Hungary *Re: slovakia #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Try to write to:

Jewish Community of Kosice
(Zidovska Nabozenska Obec)
Zvonarska 5
040 01 Kosice
Slovenska Republika
Tel. (95) 622-1047


no dia 27/08/98 `as 15:02 -0300 horas, Rub=E9n Weiser escreveu:
at 27/08/98 - 15:02 -0300, Rub=E9n Weiser wrote:

hi.
today some body told me that maybe i still having living relativs in
slovakia probably in zborov , bardejov or kosice.
how can i get their adresse or telephone number?
thanks ruben weiser,buenos aires,argentina.


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*Re: Lipto registers and Mormon records #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Dear all,

This is indeed an interesting approach to the search I have been conducting
for 3 years *without any results*. However back in the 18th and 19th
centuries, Liptovsky Mikulas had one of the largest Jewish populations in
Slovakia, being a reputable center of Torah studies. As a matter of fact,
several of my ancestors were such researchers and scholars. Still, I will
try to investigate further to see if the registers for this county are
stored somewhere else or the LDS keeps them under a different town. I did
ordered the Christian films to check the assumption that maybe Jewish
registers were done by a non-Jewish notary - quite unlikely, still worth a
try.

Thanks to all and let me take the opportunity to invite all those who are
investigating Lipto megye (county) to join me in this search.

regards to all
Tom

PS: I seem to have the same problem others mentioned, namely I am not
receiving my own mails sent to H-sig.

at 26/08/98 - 12:42 -0300, Henry Wellisch wrote:

Regarding Jewish BMD registrations in Hungary, I tend to agree with
Maureen and Gyury that Jews in small localities without a Jewish community
organization registered BMDs with the closest organized Jewish community.
Indeed, I think Jews in Hungary during the 19th century were organized
this way. I think that Linda=92s assertion that there may be entries in the
Christian records may be


Hungary SIG #Hungary *Re: Lipto registers and Mormon records #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Dear all,

This is indeed an interesting approach to the search I have been conducting
for 3 years *without any results*. However back in the 18th and 19th
centuries, Liptovsky Mikulas had one of the largest Jewish populations in
Slovakia, being a reputable center of Torah studies. As a matter of fact,
several of my ancestors were such researchers and scholars. Still, I will
try to investigate further to see if the registers for this county are
stored somewhere else or the LDS keeps them under a different town. I did
ordered the Christian films to check the assumption that maybe Jewish
registers were done by a non-Jewish notary - quite unlikely, still worth a
try.

Thanks to all and let me take the opportunity to invite all those who are
investigating Lipto megye (county) to join me in this search.

regards to all
Tom

PS: I seem to have the same problem others mentioned, namely I am not
receiving my own mails sent to H-sig.

at 26/08/98 - 12:42 -0300, Henry Wellisch wrote:

Regarding Jewish BMD registrations in Hungary, I tend to agree with
Maureen and Gyury that Jews in small localities without a Jewish community
organization registered BMDs with the closest organized Jewish community.
Indeed, I think Jews in Hungary during the 19th century were organized
this way. I think that Linda=92s assertion that there may be entries in the
Christian records may be


Missing people ads by Russians, in UK press #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 98-08-25 23:50:56 EDT, larklane@juno.com writes:

<< found inquiries for missing relatives published in the (UK) Jewish
Chronicle. The dates are 10/2/25, 4/21/22, and 3/10/22. Most if not all the
searches are >from people in Russia, like Riga and Odessa.. . . Does anyone
know why there missing relative ads during this time period. >>
==In the first world war (1914-18), Russian Revolution (1917) and subsequent
total upheval, all regular forms of communication between Rusia and the West
were frequently disrupted. Jews fled >from one disaster caused by one army and
encountered an even greater disaster in the camp of the opposing army. Those
who could, fled. Naturally this decade-long upheaval caused many to lose
contact with close relatives--and many to seek more distant relatives who
might help them escape the Russian hell.

Michael Bernet
*****************************
seeking:

BERNET: >from Frensdorf, Bamberg, Nurnberg, Hirschaid, (Bavaria)
KONIGSHOFER: >from Welbhausen, Konigshofen, Furth (S. Germany)
ALTMANN: >from Kattowitz, Breslau, Poznan (Posen), Beuthen
(Bytom)--Upper Silesia/Poland
WOLF(F): >from Furth, Nurnberg, Wurzburg, Frankfurt (S Germany),
Rotterdam


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Missing people ads by Russians, in UK press #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 98-08-25 23:50:56 EDT, larklane@juno.com writes:

<< found inquiries for missing relatives published in the (UK) Jewish
Chronicle. The dates are 10/2/25, 4/21/22, and 3/10/22. Most if not all the
searches are >from people in Russia, like Riga and Odessa.. . . Does anyone
know why there missing relative ads during this time period. >>
==In the first world war (1914-18), Russian Revolution (1917) and subsequent
total upheval, all regular forms of communication between Rusia and the West
were frequently disrupted. Jews fled >from one disaster caused by one army and
encountered an even greater disaster in the camp of the opposing army. Those
who could, fled. Naturally this decade-long upheaval caused many to lose
contact with close relatives--and many to seek more distant relatives who
might help them escape the Russian hell.

Michael Bernet
*****************************
seeking:

BERNET: >from Frensdorf, Bamberg, Nurnberg, Hirschaid, (Bavaria)
KONIGSHOFER: >from Welbhausen, Konigshofen, Furth (S. Germany)
ALTMANN: >from Kattowitz, Breslau, Poznan (Posen), Beuthen
(Bytom)--Upper Silesia/Poland
WOLF(F): >from Furth, Nurnberg, Wurzburg, Frankfurt (S Germany),
Rotterdam


Searching Names from Pinsk, Vulke, Luniniec, Gomel #belarus

Terri Mathisen <TerriM@...>
 

This is my first posting. I am searching for information about the
following families. Any information would be very helpful. RUBACHA,
KIRSNER, HELLMAN, HURWITZ all were >from the Pinsk, Vulke, and Luniniec
areas. These families settled in Chelsea, MA and Chicago.
Also, the surnames of ALTERMAN, POTAMKIN, LIFSHITZ all were >from Gomel.
These families came to Philadelphia, New Jersey, Montana, Chicago.
Thank you,

Terri Mathisen
Issaquah, WA

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Married names of females: City Directories #general

Howard M. Relles <rellesh@...>
 

I recently stumbled across an unexpected way of determining married
names of females. While scanning the Newark City Directories (published
almost every year >from about 1880 to 1965) for family names of interest
ONE YEAR AT A TIME, I came across LAST chronological references to
several women in which the name of the man they had just married was
listed. I wish you similar luck. Email me for further info. on the
Newark City Directories.
I would suggest contacting the appropriate public library, university,
or historical society for other directories of interest to you.
Dr. Howard M. Relles
Schenectady, NY


attn: Cary BARAD #general

Carol Skydell <skydell@...>
 

Sorry to post this to the entire list, but we have been
attempting to reach Cary Barad since her request for help came in on Aug
21st. The address cary.barad@SSA.GOV is being rejected with the message
"Name server timeout"
If Cary could contact me I will be glad to help her, but will need an
email address that I can reach.

Thanks
Carol Skydell
JewishGen Support Team


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching Names from Pinsk, Vulke, Luniniec, Gomel #belarus

Terri Mathisen <TerriM@...>
 

This is my first posting. I am searching for information about the
following families. Any information would be very helpful. RUBACHA,
KIRSNER, HELLMAN, HURWITZ all were >from the Pinsk, Vulke, and Luniniec
areas. These families settled in Chelsea, MA and Chicago.
Also, the surnames of ALTERMAN, POTAMKIN, LIFSHITZ all were >from Gomel.
These families came to Philadelphia, New Jersey, Montana, Chicago.
Thank you,

Terri Mathisen
Issaquah, WA

Moderator's Note: Check for your names and towns in the JewishGen Family
Finder (JGFF). Also, make sure you add your names and towns to the
JGFF database. Go to the homepage of JewishGen and find JGFF. Click on
it and follow the instructions.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Married names of females: City Directories #general

Howard M. Relles <rellesh@...>
 

I recently stumbled across an unexpected way of determining married
names of females. While scanning the Newark City Directories (published
almost every year >from about 1880 to 1965) for family names of interest
ONE YEAR AT A TIME, I came across LAST chronological references to
several women in which the name of the man they had just married was
listed. I wish you similar luck. Email me for further info. on the
Newark City Directories.
I would suggest contacting the appropriate public library, university,
or historical society for other directories of interest to you.
Dr. Howard M. Relles
Schenectady, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen attn: Cary BARAD #general

Carol Skydell <skydell@...>
 

Sorry to post this to the entire list, but we have been
attempting to reach Cary Barad since her request for help came in on Aug
21st. The address cary.barad@SSA.GOV is being rejected with the message
"Name server timeout"
If Cary could contact me I will be glad to help her, but will need an
email address that I can reach.

Thanks
Carol Skydell
JewishGen Support Team


Re: Photos of shtetl. Might be Mir #belarus

Goniper@...
 

Hello -

My name is Rich Sinykin. As it happens, I have Jacobson ancestors that came
from Sioux City, Iowa and >from Belarus. I know very little about these
relatives other than that my great-great grandmother's name was Rashe
Jacobson. She was married to Hayim Mushkin. I don't believe that they ever
came to the USA but their children immigrated to Sioux City, Iowa.

Any connection here??

Rich Sinykin
goniper@aol.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Photos of shtetl. Might be Mir #belarus

Goniper@...
 

Hello -

My name is Rich Sinykin. As it happens, I have Jacobson ancestors that came
from Sioux City, Iowa and >from Belarus. I know very little about these
relatives other than that my great-great grandmother's name was Rashe
Jacobson. She was married to Hayim Mushkin. I don't believe that they ever
came to the USA but their children immigrated to Sioux City, Iowa.

Any connection here??

Rich Sinykin
goniper@aol.com


CHAET, CHAIT from Pukovitz near Minsk #belarus

sangreenb@...
 

Hi: Searching for CHAET, CHAIT >from Pukovitz near Minsk. My mother in law was
Sora CHAET. She came >from a large family and settled in NY.

Would appreciate anyone researching this name anywhere.
Many thanks,
Sandra Greenberg
sangreenb@aol.com

Moderator's Note: Check the JGFF and set the search for D/M to get
spelling variations. There are several people researching CHAIT, CHAITE,
and CHAET.


Belarus SIG #Belarus CHAET, CHAIT from Pukovitz near Minsk #belarus

sangreenb@...
 

Hi: Searching for CHAET, CHAIT >from Pukovitz near Minsk. My mother in law was
Sora CHAET. She came >from a large family and settled in NY.

Would appreciate anyone researching this name anywhere.
Many thanks,
Sandra Greenberg
sangreenb@aol.com

Moderator's Note: Check the JGFF and set the search for D/M to get
spelling variations. There are several people researching CHAIT, CHAITE,
and CHAET.