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List of Jewish refugees who died while being transported to Sweden #hungary

Susanna Vendel <susanna.vendel@...>
 

This list is >from the book "6 thousend of 6 millions, a Requiem" edited
1995 by the Association of the Holocaust's Survivors - Sweden, editor
Romuald Wroblewski, ISBN: 91-630-3418-2. printed by Reproprint AB,
Stockholm.

HUNGARIANS

Name date of birth Last domicile date of death

BERKOVITS, Helena, 12.1.1929 - 25.7.1945
CASAR, Lili, 21.3.1912 - 2.7.1945
FISCHNER , Iren 26.11.1913 Budapest 29.6.1945
FRANK, Anna 30.3.1930 Fehergyarmat 27.7.1945
GROSSMAN, Iren 1.1.1924 Budapest 4.7.1945
HOCHSTADT, Judit 1926 - 1.7.1945
HOLCZER, Laszlo 25.7.1919 - 26.7.1945
KANITZ, Rozsi 2.4.1918 Pecs 3.7.1945
KERN, Margit 22.1.1911 - 12.7.1945
KLEIN, Erzsi 2.7.1924 - 11.7.1945
KOVACS, Rozsa 1912 - 3.8.1945
LICHTENSTEIN, Katalin 9.4.1925 Komarom 10.7.1945
LINDENFELD, Rozsi 21.9.1919 Budapest 11.7.1945
LOBL, Klara 1922 - 27.6.1945
PALOTAI, Margit 1907 - 30.6.1945
PONNES, Paula (?) 13.9.1902 Budapest 17.7.1945
SCHWARTZ, Rozsi 18.12.1898 Budapest 10.7.1945
SZEKELY, Marietta 29.5.1927 - 15.8.1945
TUSAK, Piroska 1907 - 29.6.1945


ROUMANIANS

GENUTH, H 18.12.1929 Felsoviso 17.7.1945
LEWENDEL, Iren 24.8.1926 Petrozseny 18.7.1945
(Petrosani)
SCHWARZ, Rozsi 1908 Satu Mare 3.7.1945
TYSSEROWITZ, Riza 23.7.1915 Maramoros 5.7.1945

I hope this list of name can be of help in jewishgeners research.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm
susanna.vendel@swipnet.se


Hungary SIG #Hungary List of Jewish refugees who died while being transported to Sweden #hungary

Susanna Vendel <susanna.vendel@...>
 

This list is >from the book "6 thousend of 6 millions, a Requiem" edited
1995 by the Association of the Holocaust's Survivors - Sweden, editor
Romuald Wroblewski, ISBN: 91-630-3418-2. printed by Reproprint AB,
Stockholm.

HUNGARIANS

Name date of birth Last domicile date of death

BERKOVITS, Helena, 12.1.1929 - 25.7.1945
CASAR, Lili, 21.3.1912 - 2.7.1945
FISCHNER , Iren 26.11.1913 Budapest 29.6.1945
FRANK, Anna 30.3.1930 Fehergyarmat 27.7.1945
GROSSMAN, Iren 1.1.1924 Budapest 4.7.1945
HOCHSTADT, Judit 1926 - 1.7.1945
HOLCZER, Laszlo 25.7.1919 - 26.7.1945
KANITZ, Rozsi 2.4.1918 Pecs 3.7.1945
KERN, Margit 22.1.1911 - 12.7.1945
KLEIN, Erzsi 2.7.1924 - 11.7.1945
KOVACS, Rozsa 1912 - 3.8.1945
LICHTENSTEIN, Katalin 9.4.1925 Komarom 10.7.1945
LINDENFELD, Rozsi 21.9.1919 Budapest 11.7.1945
LOBL, Klara 1922 - 27.6.1945
PALOTAI, Margit 1907 - 30.6.1945
PONNES, Paula (?) 13.9.1902 Budapest 17.7.1945
SCHWARTZ, Rozsi 18.12.1898 Budapest 10.7.1945
SZEKELY, Marietta 29.5.1927 - 15.8.1945
TUSAK, Piroska 1907 - 29.6.1945


ROUMANIANS

GENUTH, H 18.12.1929 Felsoviso 17.7.1945
LEWENDEL, Iren 24.8.1926 Petrozseny 18.7.1945
(Petrosani)
SCHWARZ, Rozsi 1908 Satu Mare 3.7.1945
TYSSEROWITZ, Riza 23.7.1915 Maramoros 5.7.1945

I hope this list of name can be of help in jewishgeners research.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm
susanna.vendel@swipnet.se


1848 HungarianCensus; Column 6 #hungary

ezwiebac <ezwiebac@...>
 

The Column 6 in the census is titled "Ha nincs letelepedsi...". I
understand this to mean "If no permit, how long in a) Hungary, b) in this
community". In the records I have looked at in Zala County, I see a lot of
ditto marks, with occasionally some words, which I have not been able to
translate. Sometimes, I do see the town written in the town column. I
expected to see just numbers, as in years or months.
I would like to know what others have found, of practical value, in this
column (with 2 parts).
Thanks,

Ed Zwieback
Long Beach, CA


ship manifests on computer #hungary

Jordan Auslander <jordan@...>
 

ALL ship manifests >from Ellis Island on computer at Ellis Island!?
Not quite (where did you here this?). All that you hear has to be taken
with a block of salt (especially when dealing with the internet). The
Ellis Island people would like to set up a machine readable index of
arrivals by simply scanning in capies of the manifests. I personally
gave them their reality check. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for it. But
we are dealing with, at best, microfilm copies most hand written. Don't
expect this to be available in this millenium.

Jordan Auslander


Hungary SIG #Hungary 1848 HungarianCensus; Column 6 #hungary

ezwiebac <ezwiebac@...>
 

The Column 6 in the census is titled "Ha nincs letelepedsi...". I
understand this to mean "If no permit, how long in a) Hungary, b) in this
community". In the records I have looked at in Zala County, I see a lot of
ditto marks, with occasionally some words, which I have not been able to
translate. Sometimes, I do see the town written in the town column. I
expected to see just numbers, as in years or months.
I would like to know what others have found, of practical value, in this
column (with 2 parts).
Thanks,

Ed Zwieback
Long Beach, CA


Hungary SIG #Hungary ship manifests on computer #hungary

Jordan Auslander <jordan@...>
 

ALL ship manifests >from Ellis Island on computer at Ellis Island!?
Not quite (where did you here this?). All that you hear has to be taken
with a block of salt (especially when dealing with the internet). The
Ellis Island people would like to set up a machine readable index of
arrivals by simply scanning in capies of the manifests. I personally
gave them their reality check. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for it. But
we are dealing with, at best, microfilm copies most hand written. Don't
expect this to be available in this millenium.

Jordan Auslander


*Re: British liberators of Concentration Camps #general

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

I suggest you have a look at this site (Tracing people lost in the Holocaust):
http://www2.3dresearch.com/~june/Vincent/Camps/MissingEng.html although
this site seems down once a while.

However, the site's authors are *real* experts in issues related to
concentration camps. I kept corresponding with Chuck Ferree
<chuckf@rio.com>, who is a marvelous human being. Write him, I believe he
will give you the right answers.

Regards
Tom Venetianer

Does anyone know where I can find records of the two concentration camps
that were liberated by the British in WWII? I believe the camps were
Bergen-Belsen and Neungamme (sp?).

Darren Wheatley


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen *Re: British liberators of Concentration Camps #general

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

I suggest you have a look at this site (Tracing people lost in the Holocaust):
http://www2.3dresearch.com/~june/Vincent/Camps/MissingEng.html although
this site seems down once a while.

However, the site's authors are *real* experts in issues related to
concentration camps. I kept corresponding with Chuck Ferree
<chuckf@rio.com>, who is a marvelous human being. Write him, I believe he
will give you the right answers.

Regards
Tom Venetianer

Does anyone know where I can find records of the two concentration camps
that were liberated by the British in WWII? I believe the camps were
Bergen-Belsen and Neungamme (sp?).

Darren Wheatley


Sherwood SCHWARTZ #general

Len Pincus <lpincus@...>
 

Well, the Sherwood SCHWARTZ of Hollywood mystery has been solved and it
turns out that he is not the one I'm looking for. He told me, however that
there are four or five more Sherwood SCHWARTZs out there. If anyone in this
group knows of a Sherwood SCHWARTZ please get in touch with me privately at
lpincus@vmicro.com.

Lenny Pincus


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sherwood SCHWARTZ #general

Len Pincus <lpincus@...>
 

Well, the Sherwood SCHWARTZ of Hollywood mystery has been solved and it
turns out that he is not the one I'm looking for. He told me, however that
there are four or five more Sherwood SCHWARTZs out there. If anyone in this
group knows of a Sherwood SCHWARTZ please get in touch with me privately at
lpincus@vmicro.com.

Lenny Pincus


The surname - GEBOTT #general

Wildpom@...
 

I had an ancestors with the name GEBOTT >from Austria (Eastern Galicia).
Is there anyone out there with any information or links to this surname please
contact me privately. Thank you.

Michele V. Pomerantz
Secaucus,NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The surname - GEBOTT #general

Wildpom@...
 

I had an ancestors with the name GEBOTT >from Austria (Eastern Galicia).
Is there anyone out there with any information or links to this surname please
contact me privately. Thank you.

Michele V. Pomerantz
Secaucus,NJ


Addresses of Queens, NY Cemeteries #general

Sheldon Lustig <SLustig@...>
 

I have recently learned my g-grandfather is buried in a Queens, NY
cemetery. I would appreciate addresses of Conservative / Orthodox
cemeteries. When he died in 1924 he was living in the Williamsburg
section of Brooklyn and in the only picture I have of him, he is wearing a
yarmulke. My thanks in advance.

Please reply privately,

Marge Lustig

MODERATOR NOTE: Did you check our InfoFile on
Cemeteries at www.jewishgen.org/infofiles ?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Addresses of Queens, NY Cemeteries #general

Sheldon Lustig <SLustig@...>
 

I have recently learned my g-grandfather is buried in a Queens, NY
cemetery. I would appreciate addresses of Conservative / Orthodox
cemeteries. When he died in 1924 he was living in the Williamsburg
section of Brooklyn and in the only picture I have of him, he is wearing a
yarmulke. My thanks in advance.

Please reply privately,

Marge Lustig

MODERATOR NOTE: Did you check our InfoFile on
Cemeteries at www.jewishgen.org/infofiles ?


Re: Postcard Publishers in Poland, pre-WWI #general

Arlene Weiss <Balbec@...>
 

An expert on the history of Jewish postcards is David Pearlman of London.

36 Asmuns Hill
London NW11 6ET

Also on this subject, my father bought his postcards >from Maisels Bookstore
in New York in the 1910s. Anyone have any information on this store?

Arlene Weiss, Chicago

Searching: SCHWARTZBERG >from Rokiskis to Massachusetts


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Postcard Publishers in Poland, pre-WWI #general

Arlene Weiss <Balbec@...>
 

An expert on the history of Jewish postcards is David Pearlman of London.

36 Asmuns Hill
London NW11 6ET

Also on this subject, my father bought his postcards >from Maisels Bookstore
in New York in the 1910s. Anyone have any information on this store?

Arlene Weiss, Chicago

Searching: SCHWARTZBERG >from Rokiskis to Massachusetts


Re: 1925 census, Manhattan #general

Warren Blatt <wblatt@...>
 

Joan C. Brown <jcb2502@juno.com> wrote:

After examining the FHC microfiche of maps for this census,
I find it is not listed in their catalog. How can I obtain
the 1925 Manhattan census? I want to scan it myself as I
do not know the exact address.
The LDS do have microfilm copies of the 1925 New York State
census for nearly every county. They are listed in the
Family History Library Catalog (FHLC), Locality section,
under the heading:
"NEW YORK, [County] - CENSUS - [Year]"
Manhattan is New York County, so for Manhattan that would be:
"NEW YORK, NEW YORK - CENSUS - 1925".

This will give you the catalog entry listing the microfilm
ordering numbers. There are over a dozen microfilms for
Manhattan, arranged by Assembly and Enumeration district.


Should I be able to obtain it through my county's
inter-library loan?
No. The LDS Family History Library does not participate
in inter-library loan. You must use their microfilms at
the main library in Salt Lake City, or at one of their
over 3,200 local Family History Centers worldwide.

Also note that microfilm copies of the New York State
census are held at the New York State Library in Albany.
See <http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/genealogy/nyscens.htm>.

The New York State Archives (in the same building in Albany)
holds manuscript copies of the 1915 and 1925 State Censuses.
Earlier state censuses are held by the county clerks.
See <http://unix6.nysed.gov/holding/fact/genea-fa.htm#census>.

Warren

Warren Blatt
Boston, MA
<wblatt@jewishgen.org>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: 1925 census, Manhattan #general

Warren Blatt <wblatt@...>
 

Joan C. Brown <jcb2502@juno.com> wrote:

After examining the FHC microfiche of maps for this census,
I find it is not listed in their catalog. How can I obtain
the 1925 Manhattan census? I want to scan it myself as I
do not know the exact address.
The LDS do have microfilm copies of the 1925 New York State
census for nearly every county. They are listed in the
Family History Library Catalog (FHLC), Locality section,
under the heading:
"NEW YORK, [County] - CENSUS - [Year]"
Manhattan is New York County, so for Manhattan that would be:
"NEW YORK, NEW YORK - CENSUS - 1925".

This will give you the catalog entry listing the microfilm
ordering numbers. There are over a dozen microfilms for
Manhattan, arranged by Assembly and Enumeration district.


Should I be able to obtain it through my county's
inter-library loan?
No. The LDS Family History Library does not participate
in inter-library loan. You must use their microfilms at
the main library in Salt Lake City, or at one of their
over 3,200 local Family History Centers worldwide.

Also note that microfilm copies of the New York State
census are held at the New York State Library in Albany.
See <http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/genealogy/nyscens.htm>.

The New York State Archives (in the same building in Albany)
holds manuscript copies of the 1915 and 1925 State Censuses.
Earlier state censuses are held by the county clerks.
See <http://unix6.nysed.gov/holding/fact/genea-fa.htm#census>.

Warren

Warren Blatt
Boston, MA
<wblatt@jewishgen.org>


Researching Your Family History - NYC, Nov 12 & 19 #general

Jgsny@...
 

A joint JGS (NY)/ 92nd St YM-YWHA program, Researching Your Family History,
will be held on two Thursdays, November 12th & 19th, 7:00-9:00pm, at the 92nd
St Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY. Participants will receive a 100+
page syllabus. Discover the wide range of library and archival resources
available locally and elsewhere. Topics include naming traditions, vital
records, cemeteries, computer technology, census and naturalization records,
passenger lists, yizkor books, Holocaust research, finding survivors, and
researching in Eastern Europe. Two sessions, $40. Pre-registration required.
Register through the Y, either in person, by mail or telephone. Call
212-996-1100.

Estelle Guzik
Pres. JGS (NY)

Check our web site periodically for information on the 1999 Annual Conference
on Jewish Genealogy to be held in NYC August 8-13, 1999.
http://members.aol.com/nyc99conf


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Researching Your Family History - NYC, Nov 12 & 19 #general

Jgsny@...
 

A joint JGS (NY)/ 92nd St YM-YWHA program, Researching Your Family History,
will be held on two Thursdays, November 12th & 19th, 7:00-9:00pm, at the 92nd
St Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY. Participants will receive a 100+
page syllabus. Discover the wide range of library and archival resources
available locally and elsewhere. Topics include naming traditions, vital
records, cemeteries, computer technology, census and naturalization records,
passenger lists, yizkor books, Holocaust research, finding survivors, and
researching in Eastern Europe. Two sessions, $40. Pre-registration required.
Register through the Y, either in person, by mail or telephone. Call
212-996-1100.

Estelle Guzik
Pres. JGS (NY)

Check our web site periodically for information on the 1999 Annual Conference
on Jewish Genealogy to be held in NYC August 8-13, 1999.
http://members.aol.com/nyc99conf