Date   

E-Mail Address for Linda Frisch #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

I have been unable to contact Linda Frisch at <hfrisch@ix.netcom.com> Does
anyone have a correct address?

Vivian Kahn


Hungary SIG #Hungary E-Mail Address for Linda Frisch #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

I have been unable to contact Linda Frisch at <hfrisch@ix.netcom.com> Does
anyone have a correct address?

Vivian Kahn


Re: h-sig digest: September 30, 1998 #hungary

Andras Oblath <oblath@...>
 

Kossu might be Kassa, now Kosice in Slovakia.

Andras

-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Leof <leof@compuserve.com>
To: Hungarian SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Date: 1998. október 9. 21:28
Subject: h-sig digest: September 30, 1998


I haven't been able to locate Kossu, Hungary or Bankoez, Austria Hungary on
the shetl finder. Can anyone tell me where they are/were located or how to
find out?


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: h-sig digest: September 30, 1998 #hungary

Andras Oblath <oblath@...>
 

Kossu might be Kassa, now Kosice in Slovakia.

Andras

-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Leof <leof@compuserve.com>
To: Hungarian SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Date: 1998. október 9. 21:28
Subject: h-sig digest: September 30, 1998


I haven't been able to locate Kossu, Hungary or Bankoez, Austria Hungary on
the shetl finder. Can anyone tell me where they are/were located or how to
find out?


trying to send this for some time #hungary

Deborah Z. <dzaccaro@...>
 

From: "Deborah Z." <dzaccaro@hotmail.com>
To: h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org
Subject:
Content-Type: text/plain
Date: Thu, 08 Oct 1998 15:58:48 EDT

awhile back I remember the town of Hanus falva being mentioned, I have
the name "Hanus" on the Slovak side of my family and am interested in
any and all information, could whoever this was please post their info
again? or contact me privately at dzaccaro@hotmail.com

Thanks!
Deborah Zaccaro


Hungary SIG #Hungary trying to send this for some time #hungary

Deborah Z. <dzaccaro@...>
 

From: "Deborah Z." <dzaccaro@hotmail.com>
To: h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org
Subject:
Content-Type: text/plain
Date: Thu, 08 Oct 1998 15:58:48 EDT

awhile back I remember the town of Hanus falva being mentioned, I have
the name "Hanus" on the Slovak side of my family and am interested in
any and all information, could whoever this was please post their info
again? or contact me privately at dzaccaro@hotmail.com

Thanks!
Deborah Zaccaro


Hungarian Jewish Archives #hungary

Henry Wellisch <Henry_Wellisch@...>
 

In Avotaynu Vol. III, Number 2, Spring 1987 Rabbi Gyorgy Landesmann
published the Holdings of the Hungarian Jewish Archives. I understand
Rabbi Landesmann had to leave Hungary for political reasons and the last I
heard he lives in Toronto. He lectured at one of the meetings of the JGS
of Canada in Toronto.
According to the list published in Avotaynu, apart >from other stuff, the
following birth marriage and death records are in this archive:

1 = Locality, 2 = years covered, 3 = running meters

1 2 3

Miscolc 1832-1921 0.6
Nagyvarad 1851-1940 0.14
Nagybajom 1870-1925 0.14
Nagykanisza 1843-1943 0.05
Onod 1800-1950 0.10
Pest* 1836-1950 7.14
Sarvar 1851-1944 0.16
Satoraljauhely 1840-1895 0.59
Samogyzil 1850-1939 0.25
Sopron 1867-1944 0.27
Sumeg 1886-1942 0.04
Szarvas 1852-1950 0.42
Szekesfehervar 1843-1950 0.76
Szentes 1853-1950 0.35
Szerencz 1886-1950 0.09
Szigetvar 1851-1944 0.21
Szikszo 1895-1944 0.06
Szolnok 1851-1944 0.26
Szombathely 1851-1944 0.16
Tab 1847-1895 0.27
Tiszafured 1840-1895 0.22
Varpalota* 0.80
Zalaegerszeg 1851-1943 0.09
Zalaszentgrot* 1828-1944 0.21
Zalaszentlaszlo 1851-1859 0.03

* Documents in specialized archives

Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Hungary SIG #Hungary Hungarian Jewish Archives #hungary

Henry Wellisch <Henry_Wellisch@...>
 

In Avotaynu Vol. III, Number 2, Spring 1987 Rabbi Gyorgy Landesmann
published the Holdings of the Hungarian Jewish Archives. I understand
Rabbi Landesmann had to leave Hungary for political reasons and the last I
heard he lives in Toronto. He lectured at one of the meetings of the JGS
of Canada in Toronto.
According to the list published in Avotaynu, apart >from other stuff, the
following birth marriage and death records are in this archive:

1 = Locality, 2 = years covered, 3 = running meters

1 2 3

Miscolc 1832-1921 0.6
Nagyvarad 1851-1940 0.14
Nagybajom 1870-1925 0.14
Nagykanisza 1843-1943 0.05
Onod 1800-1950 0.10
Pest* 1836-1950 7.14
Sarvar 1851-1944 0.16
Satoraljauhely 1840-1895 0.59
Samogyzil 1850-1939 0.25
Sopron 1867-1944 0.27
Sumeg 1886-1942 0.04
Szarvas 1852-1950 0.42
Szekesfehervar 1843-1950 0.76
Szentes 1853-1950 0.35
Szerencz 1886-1950 0.09
Szigetvar 1851-1944 0.21
Szikszo 1895-1944 0.06
Szolnok 1851-1944 0.26
Szombathely 1851-1944 0.16
Tab 1847-1895 0.27
Tiszafured 1840-1895 0.22
Varpalota* 0.80
Zalaegerszeg 1851-1943 0.09
Zalaszentgrot* 1828-1944 0.21
Zalaszentlaszlo 1851-1859 0.03

* Documents in specialized archives

Henry Wellisch
Toronto


Help: Family Relationships #belarus

AZ61BROOK@...
 

Dear Belarus SIGers,

I am sending out a posting here that I already sent to the JEWISH GEN Digest.
If some of you subscribe to the JewishGen Digest, excuse the repetition.
There might be some out there who do not, and their help would be greatly
appreciated.
=========

Hello. I have a problem I want to throw out to you folks.
My GGF, NATHAN CHEIFETZ was married twice, and no one knows the true names of
either woman. The first wife died in Belarus. Her name might be SARA LEWBERG
(this is on my Grandfather's marriage certificate as his Mother's name).

On my Uncle's marriage cert., Mother's name is SARA PODEVIK.
On my Aunt's marriage cert., Mother's name is SASHA / SARHA PUDEVEIK.

The first wife was the mother of all the children. The second one, known
only
as MUMA, came to the US, with her new family. I have photos of her, but I
don't know her name!

I realize that some of the children could have put the Stepmother down as the
"Mother," but it was known in the family that the Stepmother "MUMA" was not
close with her stepchildren.

Thanks in advance,

Bonnie Miller
SF, CA

Searching: CHEIFETZ, KOREN, STRUMPF

============
Someone brought up the point that MUMA could be the sister of the first wife,
that would make sense of the use of MUMA (Aunt). But we don't know which is
which,
so that would be something to look into later. Any other thoughts are eagerly
awaited. Bonnie


Belarus SIG #Belarus Help: Family Relationships #belarus

AZ61BROOK@...
 

Dear Belarus SIGers,

I am sending out a posting here that I already sent to the JEWISH GEN Digest.
If some of you subscribe to the JewishGen Digest, excuse the repetition.
There might be some out there who do not, and their help would be greatly
appreciated.
=========

Hello. I have a problem I want to throw out to you folks.
My GGF, NATHAN CHEIFETZ was married twice, and no one knows the true names of
either woman. The first wife died in Belarus. Her name might be SARA LEWBERG
(this is on my Grandfather's marriage certificate as his Mother's name).

On my Uncle's marriage cert., Mother's name is SARA PODEVIK.
On my Aunt's marriage cert., Mother's name is SASHA / SARHA PUDEVEIK.

The first wife was the mother of all the children. The second one, known
only
as MUMA, came to the US, with her new family. I have photos of her, but I
don't know her name!

I realize that some of the children could have put the Stepmother down as the
"Mother," but it was known in the family that the Stepmother "MUMA" was not
close with her stepchildren.

Thanks in advance,

Bonnie Miller
SF, CA

Searching: CHEIFETZ, KOREN, STRUMPF

============
Someone brought up the point that MUMA could be the sister of the first wife,
that would make sense of the use of MUMA (Aunt). But we don't know which is
which,
so that would be something to look into later. Any other thoughts are eagerly
awaited. Bonnie


Slutsk, Minsk gubernia revision lists 1816 - 1818 #belarus

Vcharny@...
 

Today I repeat with some corrections Jewish surnames list >from town of Slutsk,
Minsk Gubernia, former Russian Empire I compiled >from Revizskaya Skazka
(Revision List, census) 1816 and two additional lists (also for Slutsk) for
1818. Copy of original records available >from LDS FHC (in Russian handwriting)
on the microfilm #2010468

1816

Adrov, Aizenberg, Aizentson, Altanin?
Altman, Altshul, Anker?, Apel'tsyn, Arpush, Atkenaz
Azibr?, Badkhan, Bagamol, Baikov, Barakon, Bariks?
Barshal, Basin, Baslavsky, Beiles, Beinvol, Belov?
Bely, Ber..nin, Bereznik, Berman, Bezruchin, Birger
Blank, Blokh, Bludny, Blyand, Bobekein, Bogushev
Bol'shtein, Bomeil', Bomshtein, Bondarov, Bord, Boretsky
Borisovsky, Braver, Bresky, Broda, Brodsky, Broed
Bronshtein, Bunimov, Bunin, Bushkov?, Byaly, Chaprak
Charny, Chinkov, Chipchin, Dainov?, Dalginov, Del'bukh
Derechin, Dervin, Diment, Dobromisli, Dolgov, Dubel'tin
Dubovsky, Dubrov , Dubrovets, Dultsis, Dushkov, Ebin
Efronov, Efros, Efrost, Eigenburg, Elingmos?, Elkonovich
El'lin, Emanuel', Enishbliz?, Epshtein, Eraev, Fainshtein
Faivusyev, Farber, Fialkov, Finkel', Finkel'shtein, Fisher
Freinkel', Fridlyand, Ful'makht, Gabar?, Galkin, Galnes
Gal'pern, Garmiza, Gedansky, Gefter, Geiman, Gel'barg
Gel'but, Gel'fand, Genda?, German, Gikhan, Gildener
Gil'zer, Gintsberg, Girshin, Girshov, Gisin, Giter
Gites, Gleiter, Gleter, Glozman, Glum, Gokhdorf
Gokhmark, Gol'berg, Goldbam, Goldberg, Goldgand?, Goler
Golub, Gopin, Gor, Gorodets, Gorokhov, Graes?
Granat, Granov, Grebenechnik, Grinberg, Grinshtein, Grobshtein
Gubar', Gurovits, Guspin, Gutdtsait, Gutenmakher, Imerman
Indik, Ispanin, Ivansky, Ivan'sky, Izin, Kagna
Kantina, Kantorovich, Kapelyany, Kaplan, Karman, Karmin
Kasber, Katsenel'son, Khagiz, Kharat, Kharik, Kharosh
Khaskin, Kheifets, Khibnin, Khmarny, Khorosh, Kibalkin
Kinor, Klavich, Klavner, Kleshchik, Klotsvog?, Knigos?
Knigov, Kopulensky, Kosovsky, Kotner, Kototvich, Kovin
Kozanin, Kozlin, Kozlirapik?, Krachak, Krachan, Kraft
Krainy, Krakov, Kramen, Kramin, Kraskov, Krasnov
Kreines, Kretskov, Krivodel, Krupnik, Kugel', Kuicher
Kunaev, Kuncher, Kurkov, Kurlyand, Kushka, Kusmin
Landa, Lansky, Lapidus, Lausnberg?, Leshkovich, Levikalov
Levitan, Liberman, Libes, Lifshits, Likhter, Liles
Lilin, Lipmanov, Lipshin, Livov, Lotnik, Lubinshtein
Lubshtein, Lulin, Lunatskin?, Lyubov', Lyuder, Makran
Malashok, Malkovich, Marder, Margish, Margolis, Markevich
Mashkovich, Maslensky, Maslyansky, Matusov, Menaker, Mendelev
Menlakh, Migdalin, Migdalov, Milchin, Milin, Milov
Mlodik, Mnushchin, Mnushin, Model'zon, Mogil'nik, Molchan
Mones, Moravchik, Morfel', Murovits, Mushin, Muslin
Myshlov, Nagin, Naimark, Naishtein, Nankin, Naskelter
Neikrus, Neiman, Neimburg, Nekrich, Neprich, Nikel'burg
Nirenburg, Nisbom, Nizovsky, Nodel'fel, Nodembukh, Novik
Nusbom, Ogorodnik, Ogul, Oravkin, Osovsky, Ostrovsky
Padersky, Palchik, Parich, Patsekha, Pekal', Perepletchik
Perkil', Perlin, Pernin, Pervy Polyak, Pesotsky, Petrushka
Petrushkin, Petsonka, Pik, Piltsman, Pincha, Pinda
Pines, Pirakhovsky, Podroisky, Polyak, Pomeranch, Postav
Pragel', Proekt, Prostak, Pulin, Radushkov, Rakov
Rapoport, Rashker, Rashri, Ratner, Ratrogovich?, Ratsven
Ravnes?, Razrat, Reinshtein, Reinzon, Revel's, Ribakov
Riglyan, Riklin, Rodny, Rogovy, Rondes, Rozenbum
Rozenshain, Rozhevsky, Rozmarin, Rubinshtein, Rubinsky, Ryaby
Safir, Safron, Saginur, Samson, Seglin, Shain
Shapira, Sharapansky, Sheftel', Sheiba, Sheimov, Sheinberg
Sheinkel', Sheinman, Shenderov, Shildkrot, Shiling, Shindel'
Shindel'man, Shintser, Shishel'?, Shlemkin, Shmergel', Sholkov
Shol'ts, Shor, Shostak, Shraiberg, Shternshus, Shul'klop
Shutkin, Shvarts, Shvedok, Shvedsky?, Shvider, Shyein
Simpler, Sinyagubka, Sirop, Sirotovich, Skipal'sky, Slivki
Sol'nik, Solop, Sopovich, Starishok, Stepukov, Strugach
Surgan, Teinberg, Telushka, Temchin, Teplin, Tishler?
Tivin, Tombak, Tomushov, Topelov, Travin, Trifon
Troichansky, Tsarovtsa, Tsenter, Tsirkel', Tsurkov, Tsviron
Tsymering, Tsyrkel', Tsytrin, Tsytver, Tulchin, Turchiner
Turov, Tverdy, Tyshler, Utsekha, Uzdin, Vaisman
Vengrov, Vibis, Vildaver, Vil'davsky, Vishchin, Vishnin
Vishtok, Volershtein, Volkovisky, Vygodsky, Yabel'nik, Yabrov
Yaglin, Yaglum, Yagoda, Yampol, Yamshchik, Yarkha
Yezvin, Yudenkop, Yuriskov, Zadubey, Zagur?, Zaides?
Zakin, Zalkin, Zaltsman, Zeldes, Zeliger, Zhilikhov
Zhitin, Zhultich, Zusmanov,

1818 - 1

Abalevkin?, Abramov, Aiziktson, Alenik
Altshul?, Arkus, Babkin, Bakaler, Barisovski, Barshan
Basin , Batkhon, Belov, Berakin, Berg, Bomshtein
Boretski, Brodski, Bunimov, Bunin, Chiptsik?, Derechin
Diment, Dobromisli, Dubrovich, Eilinman?, Einsen?, Epshtein
Fainshmid, Fainshtein, Fridburg, Fridland, Funkel', Funkulshtein
Gal'perin, Galenshol?, Gashin, Geyman, Gil'tsik, Gindener
Ginzburg, Glushkov, Gorodets, Graev, Granot, Grobshtein
Grosman, Grozevski, Grumberg, Gushov, Imerman, Kanchina
Kaplan, Karunblum, Katovich, Khagis, Khaikin, Khalostin
Kharzis, Kheifits, Khibnik, Khidin, Khlifshits (!), Khmarni
Kilbasnik, Kloshchik?, Knigov, Kolbasnik, Kopilenkin, Kornin
Kosovski, Krakov, Kreines, Kremer, Krikov, Krivodel
Kubalkin, Kudravi, Kuntsman, Kuropei, Kusnin, L'vov
Lapidus, Leibenkrot, Lenchki?, Lifrakh, Lifshits, Margolin
Markevich, Mashkovich, Maslenka, Masnenski, Menruskos?, Metsik
Milevski, Mints, Mis'lenski, Mogil'nik, Murovich, Naimark
Nan'kin, Nekrich, Nekrits, Nikel'burg, Nipinik, Niykrug
Nodil'shien, Novak, Novik, Ogorodnik, Osovsky, Pain
Perdyak, Perkal', Perlin, Pik, Plotkin, Polotski
Prost, Pulin?, Radshtein, Rakov, Ratner, Ratsyn
Redikt, Reinbarg, Revis, Riklin, Rondel', Rubinshtein
Sapozhnik, Serednik, Sheftel', Shenderov, Shintser, Shmergal'
Shmukhlir, Shvetski, Simson, Sinegubka, Siripki?, Skakal'ski
Slavski, Sol'nik, Solop, Surgan, Syrotovich, Telushkin
Tis'ler, Tmikh?, Tolikh?, Tolmats, Tombak, Tomkin
Troichinski, Tserkel', Tsitver, Tsurkov, Turchiner, Turov
Turov, Veingrov, Velentsik, Vigotski, Vindover, Yabelnik
Yabrav, Yaglon, Yarmulnik?, Yekisblid, Yudelez, Yudenkop
Zakin, Zalikson, Zaltich, Zamos'te, Zeigiril'

1818 - 2

Adrov?, Altanki, Aneltsin, Aronchik
Arons, Ashkenaz, Auleles, Bagamol, Bakalyar, Barakon
Bas'kin, Bashevkin, Baso..., Bat'ko, Baumitlin, Bedak
Beker, Belogolovik, Berman, Bezruchki, Birger, Blekher
Bludny, Bogushev, Bondarov, Boneya?, Bord, Bramnik
Brodsky, Bron'shtein, Bud, Bumshtein, Bunin, Buntsik
Butlaga, Byaly, Chaprik, Chaprin, Chinkov, Dainov
Dantskoy, Darin, Dubel'tin, Dubrova, Dushkov, Elyash
Epshtein, Filikhov, Fiyalkov , Freinkel', Fulmakht, Furman
Gadankin, Gak, Galkin, Galyon, Gdal'chik, Gel'find
Gil'zer, Gitin, Gitlin, Gleiter, Gorbatov, Goretsky
Gorin, Gorokhov, Granot, Greben', Gubar', Gurovits
Gus'kin, Idel'kin, Ispan'sky, Ivanovsky, Kaleka, Kantin..?
Karkanos, Kasber, Katokha?, kats, Kazanin, Kesteles
Khaimchik, Khan, Kharakh, Kharosh, Khibnik, Khirosh
Khlavich, Khlostin, Khorosh, Khosyd, Khvatan, Kibalkin
Kim, Kinzhin, Kisber, Klebants, Klein, Klop
Klyotska, Knizhnik, Knizhnik, Koltun, Koltunov, Koltunov
Konik, Konik, Kopulyansky, Kovin, Kozlin, Krakov
Kramin, Kramin, Krasil'shchik, Kreines, Kremer, Krichik
Krupnik, Kuban', Kubarkin, Kun'ev, Kuncher, Kundzik
Kupryak, Kurapey, Labansky, Lagun, Lapa, Lapidus
Latsenberg, Lela, Levi, Levkin, Libez, Login
Lukin, Lyubanov, Lyubinsky, Lyuder, Mas'kin, Maslyansky
Mel'nik, Meltser, Mereles, Merelin, Metsin, Mikheika
Mil'chin, Milchak, Mileshkin, Milin, Mirochnik, Mogilkin
Mol'nik, Molchan, Molodetsky, Moravchik, Morfel', Motre
Muler, Mylov, Myslibozheskie, Naimark, Nekrich, Nizovsky
Nodel'bukh, Nodel'shain, Nus'gol'ts, Ogul, Osovsky, Otochki
Padersky, Pamerch, Parich, Parkhovy, Perdin', Perepletchik
Perlin, Petakin, Petrushkin, Plytnik, Polyak, Porchik
Pragas, Prenikhin, Radushkov, Rakov, Rashfagovich, Rashry
Ratsyn, Ribakov, Ron'ka, Ron'ko, Rozenshain, Rozmarin
Rubenshtein, Rudy, Safrosh, Sel'tsov, Serednik, Shasin
Sheiba, Shein'man, Sheinberk, Sheinkel', Sheinman, Shetkin
Shifgel', Shil'dkrot, Shilims, Shiling, Shimons, Shindel'
Shlyomkin, Shmerman, Shor, Shostak, Shprintsin, Shulklop
Shustar, Shutnik, Shvarts, Shvider, Sitin, Slepy
Slivki, Sofer, Solop, Son'ka, Starik, Stepukov
Stepukov, Strugach, Sunduk, Tabeilisan, Teklin, Telushka
Temkin, Teplukh, Tinkov, Tivin, Tokar', Tomushov
Topelov, Trifin, Tsarovtsa, Tsesin, Tsurkov, Tsviling
Tsymbal, Tsymerin, Tsyrkel', Turchin, Vais'man, Vernydom
Vesel, Vil'nik, Vishchin?, Vodnik, Volkovisky, Yadrov?
Yaglin, Yagody, Yampol', Yarkhi, Yarmus, Yazvin
Yurosh, Zagury, Zaides, Zaits?, Zaltsman, Zaltsman
Zandes, Zavalkin, Zel'bukh, Zeliger, Zhelty, Zimelikhin
Zuzik,

Vitaly Charny

Birmingham, AL


Belarus SIG #Belarus Slutsk, Minsk gubernia revision lists 1816 - 1818 #belarus

Vcharny@...
 

Today I repeat with some corrections Jewish surnames list >from town of Slutsk,
Minsk Gubernia, former Russian Empire I compiled >from Revizskaya Skazka
(Revision List, census) 1816 and two additional lists (also for Slutsk) for
1818. Copy of original records available >from LDS FHC (in Russian handwriting)
on the microfilm #2010468

1816

Adrov, Aizenberg, Aizentson, Altanin?
Altman, Altshul, Anker?, Apel'tsyn, Arpush, Atkenaz
Azibr?, Badkhan, Bagamol, Baikov, Barakon, Bariks?
Barshal, Basin, Baslavsky, Beiles, Beinvol, Belov?
Bely, Ber..nin, Bereznik, Berman, Bezruchin, Birger
Blank, Blokh, Bludny, Blyand, Bobekein, Bogushev
Bol'shtein, Bomeil', Bomshtein, Bondarov, Bord, Boretsky
Borisovsky, Braver, Bresky, Broda, Brodsky, Broed
Bronshtein, Bunimov, Bunin, Bushkov?, Byaly, Chaprak
Charny, Chinkov, Chipchin, Dainov?, Dalginov, Del'bukh
Derechin, Dervin, Diment, Dobromisli, Dolgov, Dubel'tin
Dubovsky, Dubrov , Dubrovets, Dultsis, Dushkov, Ebin
Efronov, Efros, Efrost, Eigenburg, Elingmos?, Elkonovich
El'lin, Emanuel', Enishbliz?, Epshtein, Eraev, Fainshtein
Faivusyev, Farber, Fialkov, Finkel', Finkel'shtein, Fisher
Freinkel', Fridlyand, Ful'makht, Gabar?, Galkin, Galnes
Gal'pern, Garmiza, Gedansky, Gefter, Geiman, Gel'barg
Gel'but, Gel'fand, Genda?, German, Gikhan, Gildener
Gil'zer, Gintsberg, Girshin, Girshov, Gisin, Giter
Gites, Gleiter, Gleter, Glozman, Glum, Gokhdorf
Gokhmark, Gol'berg, Goldbam, Goldberg, Goldgand?, Goler
Golub, Gopin, Gor, Gorodets, Gorokhov, Graes?
Granat, Granov, Grebenechnik, Grinberg, Grinshtein, Grobshtein
Gubar', Gurovits, Guspin, Gutdtsait, Gutenmakher, Imerman
Indik, Ispanin, Ivansky, Ivan'sky, Izin, Kagna
Kantina, Kantorovich, Kapelyany, Kaplan, Karman, Karmin
Kasber, Katsenel'son, Khagiz, Kharat, Kharik, Kharosh
Khaskin, Kheifets, Khibnin, Khmarny, Khorosh, Kibalkin
Kinor, Klavich, Klavner, Kleshchik, Klotsvog?, Knigos?
Knigov, Kopulensky, Kosovsky, Kotner, Kototvich, Kovin
Kozanin, Kozlin, Kozlirapik?, Krachak, Krachan, Kraft
Krainy, Krakov, Kramen, Kramin, Kraskov, Krasnov
Kreines, Kretskov, Krivodel, Krupnik, Kugel', Kuicher
Kunaev, Kuncher, Kurkov, Kurlyand, Kushka, Kusmin
Landa, Lansky, Lapidus, Lausnberg?, Leshkovich, Levikalov
Levitan, Liberman, Libes, Lifshits, Likhter, Liles
Lilin, Lipmanov, Lipshin, Livov, Lotnik, Lubinshtein
Lubshtein, Lulin, Lunatskin?, Lyubov', Lyuder, Makran
Malashok, Malkovich, Marder, Margish, Margolis, Markevich
Mashkovich, Maslensky, Maslyansky, Matusov, Menaker, Mendelev
Menlakh, Migdalin, Migdalov, Milchin, Milin, Milov
Mlodik, Mnushchin, Mnushin, Model'zon, Mogil'nik, Molchan
Mones, Moravchik, Morfel', Murovits, Mushin, Muslin
Myshlov, Nagin, Naimark, Naishtein, Nankin, Naskelter
Neikrus, Neiman, Neimburg, Nekrich, Neprich, Nikel'burg
Nirenburg, Nisbom, Nizovsky, Nodel'fel, Nodembukh, Novik
Nusbom, Ogorodnik, Ogul, Oravkin, Osovsky, Ostrovsky
Padersky, Palchik, Parich, Patsekha, Pekal', Perepletchik
Perkil', Perlin, Pernin, Pervy Polyak, Pesotsky, Petrushka
Petrushkin, Petsonka, Pik, Piltsman, Pincha, Pinda
Pines, Pirakhovsky, Podroisky, Polyak, Pomeranch, Postav
Pragel', Proekt, Prostak, Pulin, Radushkov, Rakov
Rapoport, Rashker, Rashri, Ratner, Ratrogovich?, Ratsven
Ravnes?, Razrat, Reinshtein, Reinzon, Revel's, Ribakov
Riglyan, Riklin, Rodny, Rogovy, Rondes, Rozenbum
Rozenshain, Rozhevsky, Rozmarin, Rubinshtein, Rubinsky, Ryaby
Safir, Safron, Saginur, Samson, Seglin, Shain
Shapira, Sharapansky, Sheftel', Sheiba, Sheimov, Sheinberg
Sheinkel', Sheinman, Shenderov, Shildkrot, Shiling, Shindel'
Shindel'man, Shintser, Shishel'?, Shlemkin, Shmergel', Sholkov
Shol'ts, Shor, Shostak, Shraiberg, Shternshus, Shul'klop
Shutkin, Shvarts, Shvedok, Shvedsky?, Shvider, Shyein
Simpler, Sinyagubka, Sirop, Sirotovich, Skipal'sky, Slivki
Sol'nik, Solop, Sopovich, Starishok, Stepukov, Strugach
Surgan, Teinberg, Telushka, Temchin, Teplin, Tishler?
Tivin, Tombak, Tomushov, Topelov, Travin, Trifon
Troichansky, Tsarovtsa, Tsenter, Tsirkel', Tsurkov, Tsviron
Tsymering, Tsyrkel', Tsytrin, Tsytver, Tulchin, Turchiner
Turov, Tverdy, Tyshler, Utsekha, Uzdin, Vaisman
Vengrov, Vibis, Vildaver, Vil'davsky, Vishchin, Vishnin
Vishtok, Volershtein, Volkovisky, Vygodsky, Yabel'nik, Yabrov
Yaglin, Yaglum, Yagoda, Yampol, Yamshchik, Yarkha
Yezvin, Yudenkop, Yuriskov, Zadubey, Zagur?, Zaides?
Zakin, Zalkin, Zaltsman, Zeldes, Zeliger, Zhilikhov
Zhitin, Zhultich, Zusmanov,

1818 - 1

Abalevkin?, Abramov, Aiziktson, Alenik
Altshul?, Arkus, Babkin, Bakaler, Barisovski, Barshan
Basin , Batkhon, Belov, Berakin, Berg, Bomshtein
Boretski, Brodski, Bunimov, Bunin, Chiptsik?, Derechin
Diment, Dobromisli, Dubrovich, Eilinman?, Einsen?, Epshtein
Fainshmid, Fainshtein, Fridburg, Fridland, Funkel', Funkulshtein
Gal'perin, Galenshol?, Gashin, Geyman, Gil'tsik, Gindener
Ginzburg, Glushkov, Gorodets, Graev, Granot, Grobshtein
Grosman, Grozevski, Grumberg, Gushov, Imerman, Kanchina
Kaplan, Karunblum, Katovich, Khagis, Khaikin, Khalostin
Kharzis, Kheifits, Khibnik, Khidin, Khlifshits (!), Khmarni
Kilbasnik, Kloshchik?, Knigov, Kolbasnik, Kopilenkin, Kornin
Kosovski, Krakov, Kreines, Kremer, Krikov, Krivodel
Kubalkin, Kudravi, Kuntsman, Kuropei, Kusnin, L'vov
Lapidus, Leibenkrot, Lenchki?, Lifrakh, Lifshits, Margolin
Markevich, Mashkovich, Maslenka, Masnenski, Menruskos?, Metsik
Milevski, Mints, Mis'lenski, Mogil'nik, Murovich, Naimark
Nan'kin, Nekrich, Nekrits, Nikel'burg, Nipinik, Niykrug
Nodil'shien, Novak, Novik, Ogorodnik, Osovsky, Pain
Perdyak, Perkal', Perlin, Pik, Plotkin, Polotski
Prost, Pulin?, Radshtein, Rakov, Ratner, Ratsyn
Redikt, Reinbarg, Revis, Riklin, Rondel', Rubinshtein
Sapozhnik, Serednik, Sheftel', Shenderov, Shintser, Shmergal'
Shmukhlir, Shvetski, Simson, Sinegubka, Siripki?, Skakal'ski
Slavski, Sol'nik, Solop, Surgan, Syrotovich, Telushkin
Tis'ler, Tmikh?, Tolikh?, Tolmats, Tombak, Tomkin
Troichinski, Tserkel', Tsitver, Tsurkov, Turchiner, Turov
Turov, Veingrov, Velentsik, Vigotski, Vindover, Yabelnik
Yabrav, Yaglon, Yarmulnik?, Yekisblid, Yudelez, Yudenkop
Zakin, Zalikson, Zaltich, Zamos'te, Zeigiril'

1818 - 2

Adrov?, Altanki, Aneltsin, Aronchik
Arons, Ashkenaz, Auleles, Bagamol, Bakalyar, Barakon
Bas'kin, Bashevkin, Baso..., Bat'ko, Baumitlin, Bedak
Beker, Belogolovik, Berman, Bezruchki, Birger, Blekher
Bludny, Bogushev, Bondarov, Boneya?, Bord, Bramnik
Brodsky, Bron'shtein, Bud, Bumshtein, Bunin, Buntsik
Butlaga, Byaly, Chaprik, Chaprin, Chinkov, Dainov
Dantskoy, Darin, Dubel'tin, Dubrova, Dushkov, Elyash
Epshtein, Filikhov, Fiyalkov , Freinkel', Fulmakht, Furman
Gadankin, Gak, Galkin, Galyon, Gdal'chik, Gel'find
Gil'zer, Gitin, Gitlin, Gleiter, Gorbatov, Goretsky
Gorin, Gorokhov, Granot, Greben', Gubar', Gurovits
Gus'kin, Idel'kin, Ispan'sky, Ivanovsky, Kaleka, Kantin..?
Karkanos, Kasber, Katokha?, kats, Kazanin, Kesteles
Khaimchik, Khan, Kharakh, Kharosh, Khibnik, Khirosh
Khlavich, Khlostin, Khorosh, Khosyd, Khvatan, Kibalkin
Kim, Kinzhin, Kisber, Klebants, Klein, Klop
Klyotska, Knizhnik, Knizhnik, Koltun, Koltunov, Koltunov
Konik, Konik, Kopulyansky, Kovin, Kozlin, Krakov
Kramin, Kramin, Krasil'shchik, Kreines, Kremer, Krichik
Krupnik, Kuban', Kubarkin, Kun'ev, Kuncher, Kundzik
Kupryak, Kurapey, Labansky, Lagun, Lapa, Lapidus
Latsenberg, Lela, Levi, Levkin, Libez, Login
Lukin, Lyubanov, Lyubinsky, Lyuder, Mas'kin, Maslyansky
Mel'nik, Meltser, Mereles, Merelin, Metsin, Mikheika
Mil'chin, Milchak, Mileshkin, Milin, Mirochnik, Mogilkin
Mol'nik, Molchan, Molodetsky, Moravchik, Morfel', Motre
Muler, Mylov, Myslibozheskie, Naimark, Nekrich, Nizovsky
Nodel'bukh, Nodel'shain, Nus'gol'ts, Ogul, Osovsky, Otochki
Padersky, Pamerch, Parich, Parkhovy, Perdin', Perepletchik
Perlin, Petakin, Petrushkin, Plytnik, Polyak, Porchik
Pragas, Prenikhin, Radushkov, Rakov, Rashfagovich, Rashry
Ratsyn, Ribakov, Ron'ka, Ron'ko, Rozenshain, Rozmarin
Rubenshtein, Rudy, Safrosh, Sel'tsov, Serednik, Shasin
Sheiba, Shein'man, Sheinberk, Sheinkel', Sheinman, Shetkin
Shifgel', Shil'dkrot, Shilims, Shiling, Shimons, Shindel'
Shlyomkin, Shmerman, Shor, Shostak, Shprintsin, Shulklop
Shustar, Shutnik, Shvarts, Shvider, Sitin, Slepy
Slivki, Sofer, Solop, Son'ka, Starik, Stepukov
Stepukov, Strugach, Sunduk, Tabeilisan, Teklin, Telushka
Temkin, Teplukh, Tinkov, Tivin, Tokar', Tomushov
Topelov, Trifin, Tsarovtsa, Tsesin, Tsurkov, Tsviling
Tsymbal, Tsymerin, Tsyrkel', Turchin, Vais'man, Vernydom
Vesel, Vil'nik, Vishchin?, Vodnik, Volkovisky, Yadrov?
Yaglin, Yagody, Yampol', Yarkhi, Yarmus, Yazvin
Yurosh, Zagury, Zaides, Zaits?, Zaltsman, Zaltsman
Zandes, Zavalkin, Zel'bukh, Zeliger, Zhelty, Zimelikhin
Zuzik,

Vitaly Charny

Birmingham, AL


Re: Slutsk, Minsk gubernia revision lists 1816 - 1818 #belarus

Marvin Cherrin <cherrinm@...>
 

I believe that your transliterations >from the subject Slutsk lists contain
some of my ancestral names. I cannot translate >from Russian, but I will
arrange for it, if the lists contain information, other than surnames, in
which I would have an interest. Please let me know what other types of
information they contain, if any.

Your help is appreciated.

Marvin Cherrin


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Slutsk, Minsk gubernia revision lists 1816 - 1818 #belarus

Marvin Cherrin <cherrinm@...>
 

I believe that your transliterations >from the subject Slutsk lists contain
some of my ancestral names. I cannot translate >from Russian, but I will
arrange for it, if the lists contain information, other than surnames, in
which I would have an interest. Please let me know what other types of
information they contain, if any.

Your help is appreciated.

Marvin Cherrin


Fw: Port of Departure #lithuania

Norman Feldman <felvelnic@...>
 

Is it possible there's no knowledge about this subject out there? I didn't
receive any responses to my questions so I thought my message might just
have been posted on a bad day and I'm submitting it again.Anybody know
anything about port Klaipeda?

Norman Feldman

----------
From: Norman Feldman <felvelnic@worldnet.att.net>
To: LitvakSIG <litvaksig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: Port of Depature ?
Date: Saturday, October 03, 1998 4:51 PM

1--Was Klaipeda a port >from which ships sailed to the US?
2--If yes, are there records available anywhere and how can they be
accessed?
3--Was Klaipeda a port >from which one sailed to another port to board a
ship to the US?
4--If yes, what's the name of that [those] port [s]?
5--If the answers to both questions are "no", what is the logical port a
person living in the vicinity of Klaipeda would go to to get a ship to
the
US? The person was a very young girl traveling alone and not likely to
travel far by land.


additional entries on Yizkor Book Project #lithuania

JoyceField <jfield@...>
 

To Litvak SIG:

Subject: Translation Project is one year old
From: Martin Kessel <mkessel@mediaone.net>

It's hard to believe that it has been only one year since we put our first
Yizkor Book translation on the web. October 6, 1997 was the date we
annouced the translation of Ivano-Frankivsk (Stanislawow) chapter from
Pinkas Ha-kehillot. Today we have 41 translations online, and 10 more are
in hands of our four HTML volunteers -- giving us more than 50 translations
in our first year. Most of these are documents that were never previsouly
available to the English-speaking world. A heartfelt congratulations to
Joyce Field, our tireless Translations Manager, who has kept us on track,
pushing donors, copyright holders, translators, volunteers, and myself to
keep up with the her pace and make this material available as quickly as
possible.

Today we put three new translations online:

- Nuremberg, Germany - database of Victims of Shoah >from a forthcoming
book published by the Nuremberg City Archives. Described in detail a
separate announcement >from Joyce.

- Delyatin, Ukraine - unpublished list of Soviet citizens of Deliatyn shot
by German-Fascist invaders, >from documents of a Soviet Commission for the
investigation of military crimes 1944-46. The fifth of a series of lists
transliterated by Alexander Dunai and contributed by Mr. Dunai, Joyce
Field, and Susannah Juni.

- Krynki, Poland - Necrology >from Pinkas Krynki. The first of a number of
lists provided to us by Ellen Sadove Renck and the Grodno Genealogy Group.

In addition, Joel Alpert, has recently expanded two of his yizkor book web
pages:

- Dokshitsy, Belarus - now includes many translated chapters, in addition
to name lists >from Dokshitzy Yizkor Book.

- Kybartai, Lithuania - numerous photographs and facsimiles added to Yizkor
book translation.

All of our translations are accessible from
<http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/translations.html>. Our thanks to all who
have helped with this important work.

Martin Kessel, Project Manager mkessel@jewishgen.org
JewishGen Yizkor Book Project

Joyce Field
jfield@nlci.com


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Fw: Port of Departure #lithuania

Norman Feldman <felvelnic@...>
 

Is it possible there's no knowledge about this subject out there? I didn't
receive any responses to my questions so I thought my message might just
have been posted on a bad day and I'm submitting it again.Anybody know
anything about port Klaipeda?

Norman Feldman

----------
From: Norman Feldman <felvelnic@worldnet.att.net>
To: LitvakSIG <litvaksig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: Port of Depature ?
Date: Saturday, October 03, 1998 4:51 PM

1--Was Klaipeda a port >from which ships sailed to the US?
2--If yes, are there records available anywhere and how can they be
accessed?
3--Was Klaipeda a port >from which one sailed to another port to board a
ship to the US?
4--If yes, what's the name of that [those] port [s]?
5--If the answers to both questions are "no", what is the logical port a
person living in the vicinity of Klaipeda would go to to get a ship to
the
US? The person was a very young girl traveling alone and not likely to
travel far by land.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania additional entries on Yizkor Book Project #lithuania

JoyceField <jfield@...>
 

To Litvak SIG:

Subject: Translation Project is one year old
From: Martin Kessel <mkessel@mediaone.net>

It's hard to believe that it has been only one year since we put our first
Yizkor Book translation on the web. October 6, 1997 was the date we
annouced the translation of Ivano-Frankivsk (Stanislawow) chapter from
Pinkas Ha-kehillot. Today we have 41 translations online, and 10 more are
in hands of our four HTML volunteers -- giving us more than 50 translations
in our first year. Most of these are documents that were never previsouly
available to the English-speaking world. A heartfelt congratulations to
Joyce Field, our tireless Translations Manager, who has kept us on track,
pushing donors, copyright holders, translators, volunteers, and myself to
keep up with the her pace and make this material available as quickly as
possible.

Today we put three new translations online:

- Nuremberg, Germany - database of Victims of Shoah >from a forthcoming
book published by the Nuremberg City Archives. Described in detail a
separate announcement >from Joyce.

- Delyatin, Ukraine - unpublished list of Soviet citizens of Deliatyn shot
by German-Fascist invaders, >from documents of a Soviet Commission for the
investigation of military crimes 1944-46. The fifth of a series of lists
transliterated by Alexander Dunai and contributed by Mr. Dunai, Joyce
Field, and Susannah Juni.

- Krynki, Poland - Necrology >from Pinkas Krynki. The first of a number of
lists provided to us by Ellen Sadove Renck and the Grodno Genealogy Group.

In addition, Joel Alpert, has recently expanded two of his yizkor book web
pages:

- Dokshitsy, Belarus - now includes many translated chapters, in addition
to name lists >from Dokshitzy Yizkor Book.

- Kybartai, Lithuania - numerous photographs and facsimiles added to Yizkor
book translation.

All of our translations are accessible from
<http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/translations.html>. Our thanks to all who
have helped with this important work.

Martin Kessel, Project Manager mkessel@jewishgen.org
JewishGen Yizkor Book Project

Joyce Field
jfield@nlci.com


Is "Lumbergard" Lemberg in Latvia? #general

Irving Olender
 

This is my second attempt to locate the shtetl of origin of my maternal
grandfather. My maternal grandfather, Isaac JACOBSON, and his brother
Mordechai JACOBSON, later Max JACOBS, emigrated to the US in 1905. They
went to Schenectady NY and later MAX moved to Brooklyn. Isaac's
declaration of intent lists his birth town as Lumbergard, Russia and his
WW1 Draft Registration lists Lumergard. I cannot find such a shtetl
online. Does anyone know what town this might be?

I was told of a town in Latvia east of Riga called Lemberg and someone
located it on a 19th century map of that area but I do not know if there
was a Jewish presence there.

Has the name perhaps been modernized? My grandmother came from
Krustpils, Latvia, but they met in the USA. If no one can make a
connection, could anyone guide to my next resource for help?

Thanks,
Irv Olender
Campbell, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Is "Lumbergard" Lemberg in Latvia? #general

Irving Olender
 

This is my second attempt to locate the shtetl of origin of my maternal
grandfather. My maternal grandfather, Isaac JACOBSON, and his brother
Mordechai JACOBSON, later Max JACOBS, emigrated to the US in 1905. They
went to Schenectady NY and later MAX moved to Brooklyn. Isaac's
declaration of intent lists his birth town as Lumbergard, Russia and his
WW1 Draft Registration lists Lumergard. I cannot find such a shtetl
online. Does anyone know what town this might be?

I was told of a town in Latvia east of Riga called Lemberg and someone
located it on a 19th century map of that area but I do not know if there
was a Jewish presence there.

Has the name perhaps been modernized? My grandmother came from
Krustpils, Latvia, but they met in the USA. If no one can make a
connection, could anyone guide to my next resource for help?

Thanks,
Irv Olender
Campbell, CA