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Re: Farr Travel Agency Family in Miami, FL - William #usa

Diane Jacobs
 

Check JOWBR and FindaGrave. Also 
familysearch.com can be very helpful.

Good luck.
Diane Jacobs


On Apr 30, 2022, at 10:24 AM, Sharon Ann Dror <SharonAnnDror@...> wrote:

Farr Travel Agency Family in Miami, FL - all the Farr family worked in this business including their spouses. 

William Farr - Born on July 28, 1905 McKeesport, PA and passed away Sept 22, 1976 in Miami, FL. His obituary doesnt list where he is buried at....

I am specifically looking for info on William Farr's first wife Rose's maiden name and what became of their son Leonard. I saw a maiden name Sowell but it doesnt look right. I was not able to find their marriage document and divorce document.

I have plenty of info on William's siblings: Aaron, Sylvia and Irene and their parents Harry and Helen nee Klein.

I just want info on William's family.

His 2nd wife was Rhoda nee Kesser Miles I cant find their marriage info while I found their divorce date 1966. They have one daughter who is still living - she has had no contacts with him since she was a little girl and doesnt know much about his family.

Rhoda was married to first husband William Manischewitz and have one son Hirsch together and is buried at Mount Nebo using the last name Farr next to his mom and her 4th husband Leo Landis. I didnt find any legal adoption paperwork. Rhoda had a son Neal Edward Goldman with 2nd husband Emanuel Goldman. Neal took Farr as his last name. He is buried in Key West, FL. William Farr was her 3rd husband. Edward Goldman is buried in NY. 

Where is William Farr buried at? William's 3rd wife Katherine - didnt see any document on their marriage. "Roslyn" Katherine nee Schwartz was married to Sidney Zweig and have one son Martin. Her 2nd husband was David Gateman. All are deceased. 

Rhoda & William Manischewitz married Aug 12, 1942 NY divorced 1948 Baker, FL
Rhoda & Emanuel Goldman married June 4, 1948 NY  divorced 1951 Dade, FL
Rhoda & William Farr married ???? divorced June 1966  Dade, FL
Rhoda & Leo Landis married March 1967

Please let me know if you have any info or leads. I cant get their records from VitalChek or Florida Vital because I am not a direct family member. By one of the marriage...  https://www.floridahealth.gov/certificates/certificates/birth/index.html 

Thank you
Sharon Ann Dror
SharonAnnDror@...







Attachments:


--
Diane Jacobs, Somerset, New Jersey


Re: Departure information? Immigrant returning from NY back to home country between 1904-1908 #records

Joel Weintraub
 

I have an interesting document in my files (attached) where the "Department of Commerce and Labor" "information required by United States Law of Each Alien Passenger whether first, second, or third class, who sails from a port of the United States to A Foreign Port".  Wouldn't it be nice if these cards were actually in some archives?
--
Joel Weintraub
Dana Point, CA


Re: Arrival in Palestine in 1941 #israel #general

Rose Feldman
 

Not all files are indexed. Did they immigrate legally?  Maybe they entered as tourists. Worthwhile to check the IGRA collection every month or so to see if they show up in new records we upload.
--
Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
Winner of 2017 IAJGS Award for Volunteer of the Year  
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy


Re: Farr Travel Agency Family in Miami, FL - William #usa

Diane Jacobs
 

Katherine Farr’s obituary states burial in Michigan. Suggest you check for her and William in the burial databases and Ys Census records which are online at FamilySearch.

Diane Jacobs


On May 1, 2022, at 9:43 AM, Diane Jacobs <geniediane@...> wrote:

Check JOWBR and FindaGrave. Also 
familysearch.com can be very helpful.

Good luck.
Diane Jacobs


On Apr 30, 2022, at 10:24 AM, Sharon Ann Dror <SharonAnnDror@...> wrote:

Farr Travel Agency Family in Miami, FL - all the Farr family worked in this business including their spouses. 

William Farr - Born on July 28, 1905 McKeesport, PA and passed away Sept 22, 1976 in Miami, FL. His obituary doesnt list where he is buried at....

I am specifically looking for info on William Farr's first wife Rose's maiden name and what became of their son Leonard. I saw a maiden name Sowell but it doesnt look right. I was not able to find their marriage document and divorce document.

I have plenty of info on William's siblings: Aaron, Sylvia and Irene and their parents Harry and Helen nee Klein.

I just want info on William's family.

His 2nd wife was Rhoda nee Kesser Miles I cant find their marriage info while I found their divorce date 1966. They have one daughter who is still living - she has had no contacts with him since she was a little girl and doesnt know much about his family.

Rhoda was married to first husband William Manischewitz and have one son Hirsch together and is buried at Mount Nebo using the last name Farr next to his mom and her 4th husband Leo Landis. I didnt find any legal adoption paperwork. Rhoda had a son Neal Edward Goldman with 2nd husband Emanuel Goldman. Neal took Farr as his last name. He is buried in Key West, FL. William Farr was her 3rd husband. Edward Goldman is buried in NY. 

Where is William Farr buried at? William's 3rd wife Katherine - didnt see any document on their marriage. "Roslyn" Katherine nee Schwartz was married to Sidney Zweig and have one son Martin. Her 2nd husband was David Gateman. All are deceased. 

Rhoda & William Manischewitz married Aug 12, 1942 NY divorced 1948 Baker, FL
Rhoda & Emanuel Goldman married June 4, 1948 NY  divorced 1951 Dade, FL
Rhoda & William Farr married ???? divorced June 1966  Dade, FL
Rhoda & Leo Landis married March 1967

Please let me know if you have any info or leads. I cant get their records from VitalChek or Florida Vital because I am not a direct family member. By one of the marriage...  https://www.floridahealth.gov/certificates/certificates/birth/index.html 

Thank you
Sharon Ann Dror
SharonAnnDror@...







Attachments:


--
Diane Jacobs, Somerset, New Jersey


Yizkor Book Report for April 2022 #yizkorbooks #JewishGenUpdates

lackerfeld@...
 

Shalom,

 

As you surely know, in the week that has just past, Holocaust Day was marked amongst the world’s Jewish communities. For those involved in the YB Project, memorializing the Holocaust is for us, a daily event. Each day, we continue to strive to make the stories and information about the people and communities that were decimated in the Holocaust available to a wide as possible audience. In this way, we hope that the memories of them will remain alive for this generation and the generations to come.

 

In a previous report I noted that completing the translation of Yizkor books has become a regular monthly event and pleased to note that so far this claim has held true. In the past month, for instance, we completed the translation of two rather large Yizkor books. 

 

The first book was the “Mlynov-Muravica Memorial Book” (Mlyniv, Ukraine) which was coordinated by Howard Schwartz, who placed a great deal effort into preparing the translations appearing in this project and included many helpful, explanatory notes. We are now in the process of dotting the i's and crossing the t's of this project, preparing it for publication. We are truly grateful to Howard for leading this project to its successful completion.

 

The second book completed last month was “The book of Radom (Radom, Poland) which was coordinated by Anita Gabbay. Anita’s name will surely be familiar to you as she has coordinated and is currently coordinating quite a number of other books. I personally would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to Anita for her tireless dedication to these projects which has enabled us to bring them to their successful completion. As with the Mylniv book, our intention here is to make this book available as a hard copy and work on this has already begun.

 

Another piece of good news for this month is that Dr. Jacob Berger has kindly donated an additional book which he has completely translated. This book is “The Rawa-Ruska Memorial Book” and is now completely available in pdf format within the YB Project.

 

As always, I would like to encourage people to become involved in assisting us in immortalizing our lost communities either by financially supporting existing Yizkor Book Translation Funds or coordinating the translation of a book that is currently without a coordinator or perhaps in some other way. Needless to say, I would be pleased to hear from anyone interested in becoming involved in the YB Project, enabling us to continue with what we have already begun.

 

And now for the details from last month:

Yizkor Book updates

This past month, 24 existing projects were updated:

·  Augustów, Poland (Memorial Book of the Community of Augustow and Region)

·  Belitsa, Belarus (The Belica Memorial Book)

·  Carei, Romania (Memorial book for the Jews of Carei and its surroundings)

·  Cieszanów, Poland (The Cieszanow Memorial Book)

·  Derechin, Belarus (The Dereczin Memorial Book)

·  Drogobych, Ukraine (Memorial to the Jews of Drohobycz, Boryslaw, and surroundings)

·  Edineţ, Moldova (Yad l'Yedinitz; memorial book for the Jewish community of Yedintzi, Bessarabia)

·  Hrubieszów, Poland (Memorial Book of Hrubieshov)

·  Kutno, Poland (Kutno and Surroundings Book)

·  Kuty, Ukraine (Kitov my hometown: survivors of Kuty tell the story of their town))

·  Lviv, Ukraine (A memorial library of countries and communities, Poland Series: Lwow Volume)

·  Mlyniv, Ukraine (Mlynov-Muravica Memorial Book)

·  Radom, Poland (The book of Radom)

·  Sokoły, Poland (Sokoly: In the Fight for Life)

·  Suceava, Romania (The Book of the Jews from Suceava (Shotz) and the Surrounding Communities)

·  Tarnogród, Poland (Book of Tarnogrod; in memory of the destroyed Jewish community)

·  Tarnow, Poland (Tarnow; The Life and Destruction of a Jewish City)

·  Ternopil, Ukraine (Tarnopol Volume)

·  Tomaszów Lubelski, Poland (The Tomaszow-Lubelski Memorial Book)

·  Valkininkai, Lithuania (Olkeniki in flames; a memorial book to the community of Olkenik in the Vilna district)

·  Volkovysk, Belarus (Wolkovisker Yizkor Book)

·  Warszawa, Poland (Jewish Warsaw that was; a Yiddish literary anthology)

·  Zamość, Poland (The Zamosc Memorial Book)

·  Zolochiv, Ukraine (The City of Zloczow)

New books


The following new books were placed online:

 

New Yizkor Books in Print

Please to let you know that a number of new books have been published by the remarkably industrious YBIP team: 

  • Wołomin, Poland - Kraków: Sources of Information for Jewish Genealogy and History

 

If you are interested in purchasing one of these books or any of the others that have been made available, please go to the YBIP main page using the link shown below.


Important links

Before ending this report, here are some important links to note:

All the best,,

Lance Ackerfeld

Director of Special Projects - Yizkor Books

JewishGen.org

lackerfeld@...

 


Riverside Cemetery (Saddle Brook NJ) - Grave search tool now on website. #usa

Renee Steinig
 

I went to Riverside's website to find their phone number and had a nice surprise -- a grave search tool that "is in beta testing " (https://www.riversidecemetery.org/lookup). The cemetery added online lookups to its site about 13 years ago, but eventually discontinued this feature. It's great to see it back.

The tool allows searches by name and year of death. Full surname is required. Search results include name, date of death, age, society name, location, care status, and deed number. Clicking on the deed number brings up information on others in a family plot.  (Additional, irrelevant listings will appear too, so use this function with care.)
 
The cemetery is located about 16 miles from midtown Manhattan. Its first burial was in 1910.

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills NY
genmaven@...
 


Updated Klishkivtsi KehilaLink #bessarabia #ukraine

eitaniriel@...
 

 

Shalom,

I have added some of my father’s letters written to me in the U.S. over the course of several years. They are full of descriptions, details and difficulties of his daily life and of his travels to get to the U.S. with his mother and 2 older sisters in 1920. He described the hardships so vividly that it left me with an indelible impression.

I am still hosting the website but as I am approaching 83 I have added what I could from my personal knowledge  and roots trips that I made to Ukraine.

I would welcome anyone who has any connection to this town to get in touch with me.

I wish to thank Richie Baum and all those working on the KehilaLinks project for “avodoh Khodesh” (holy work in Hebrew).

The link is https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Klishkivtsi/letters.html.

Harriet Kasow HKasow@...

Jerusalem

 

Researching SADOFF/SADOWNIC/SADOVNICK Klishkivtsi, Bessarabia.  KROHN, Borsczow, Tarnapol, Galicia. MARINVAR, Khotin Ukraine. CRIVOSEI, Khotin


Re: Cause of Death for German Relatives During the Nazi Years #germany #records

Rodney Eisfelder
 

Marc,
In my experience, pre-war German certificates do not generally have a cause of death. I don't know exactly when things changed, but those that were recorded during and after WW2 generally do have a cause of death.
For example, my great-grandmother's death certificate from Berlin (1941) has a pre-printed field labelled "Todesursache" (Cause of Death). A cousin of my father died in Berlin in 1937. His death certificate has no such field.

I hope this helps
Rodney Eisfelder
Melbourne, Australia


JGS Cleveland presents “The World in Crisis: Jews, Ukrainians, and History” with Sean Martin (speaker name correction), Wed,May 4, 7 pm ET on Zoom #announcements #education #jgs-iajgs

deborahakatz@...
 

Join the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland for our next Zoom program on Wednesday, May 4, 7-8:30 pm ET - “The World in Crisis:  Jews, Ukrainians, and Historywith Sean Martin.

 

Program: Join us to discuss the Jewish history of Ukraine and the status of its Jews since Russia’s February 2022 attack on the country.  Jews have lived among Ukrainians for centuries, under the Russian Empire and then in the Soviet Union.  Many of us trace our families back to this region and some still have family there. Understanding the importance of this area to our lives and Jewish heritage will help us better understand what is at stake in the conflict today.

 

Speaker: Sean Martin, PhD is Associate Curator for Jewish History at Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland where he oversees the Cleveland Jewish Archives, collecting and preserving material related to the Jewish history of Northeastern Ohio. He is the co-editor, with John J. Grabowski, of Cleveland Jews and the Making of a Midwestern Community and the author and editor of For the Good of the Nation: Institutions for Jewish Children in Interwar Poland. He spent a semester teaching Russian and East European history at Jagiellonian University in Krakow in 2019.  Sean is also a member of the JGS Cleveland Board of Trustees as the editor of The KOL newsletter.  His academic credentials include an MA in history, an MA in Yiddish language and literature, and a PhD, focusing on East European Jewish history from The Ohio State University.

 

Registration: Required and free - Send an email to rsvp@... by 12 Noon ET on May 4th 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@...


Re: Arrival in Palestine in 1941 #israel #general

Vincent Hoffmann-Martinot
 

Many thanks for your help! On the Israel State Archives there are no citizenship files. Is there another way to get them?

Vincent Hoffmann-Martinot



IGRA Free Webinar “450 Needles in a Haystack of 6 million” #events #austria-czech

Elena Bazes
 

Join the Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA) for our upcoming free webinar “450 Needles in a Haystack of 6 million” by Chuck Weinstein on May 15, 2022, 7 pm Israel Time, 12 pm ET.

On October 1, 1939, the village of Miroslav in Czechoslovakia found itself annexed to the German Reich in exchange for "peace in our time." Armed with a list of 425 Jewish residents in the town of 1,250, I was able to document the fate of more than 400 of them, including 62 survivors.

Chuck Weinstein is Past President of the JGS of Long Island and current Vice President of the Genealogy Federation of Long Island. He has spoken at six international conferences and is a regular presenter at JGSLI's Annual Family History Workshop. His own research has been ongoing for 30 years and has provided his family with a history that goes back to the 17th century.

Advance registration required:

 https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUvdOypqTkoHNOTpGDquT_TSA39mxGyM3ck

 

Elena Biegel Bazes

IGRA Publicity Chair 


Seeking family information from Kupil, Bilozerka, (Ukraine), Slonim, Grodno (Belarus) and Telneshti (Bessarabia) #ukraine #belarus #bessarabia

david perkins
 

 

 

Hi everyone:

 

Im seeking information  on the following:

 

Poires/Paris  and Spiegel families  - Kupil and Bilozerka Ukraine  

Schenider/Greenberg/Litwack families – Telneshti, Bessarabia

Kunis/Koones, Lifschutz and Ratner families in Polonne, Ukraine

Perkin/Perkins, Segan, Negnevitsky and Hymanovitz familes  in  Slonim/Grodno, Belarus

 

many thanks

 

David L. Perkins

 


Colorado Intermountain Jewish News Digitized Back Issues Now Live on Newspapers Collection Website #usa #announcements #records

Jan Meisels Allen
 

 

The Intermountain Jewish News (IJN) has digitized back issues of its publication which are now live on the Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection website.  The dates that were digitized cover the time frame of January 6,1927-December 26, 1969.

To access the archive, visit https://www.coloradohistoricnewspapers.org/

 

The site is fully searchable and free of charge to use.

 

The digitization of the IJN, 1918-1926, and of its predecessor, The Jewish Outlook, as part of a Library of Congress collection; the earliest years already completed and the years 1923-1926 scheduled for completion this summer.

 

The Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection website, which now holds the 1927-1969 IJNs, is a project of the Colorado State Library. It includes more than 600 individual newspaper titles. As part of that national grant, the IJN years 1923-1926 are slated for digitization in early summer, 2022.

 

Prior to digitization, researchers had to either come to the IJN in person, where bound volumes are housed, or use archived copies or microfilmed copies held by Denver Public Library and the Colorado State Historian, respectively.

 

IJN Spokesperson said,”

“The IJN is the only comprehensive historic record of Colorado Jewry. As society seeks to better understand the lived experiences of minority groups, the IJN provides unique insight into a significant minority community in Colorado’s fabric.’ “People who want to know about current and deceased rabbis and Jewish pioneers, politicians, community builders, physicians, entertainers, sports figures, synagogue activists, dinner honorees and business figures now have easy access.”

 

Curious intermountain Jews and others who seek old birth or Bar or Bat Mitzvah announcements, or information about friends’ or their parents’, grandparents’ or great-grandparents’ Jewish activities now have easy access. Access to the IJN archive will also illuminate the issues and culture of Colorado Jewry, including the challenges of integrating into a larger populace, the impact on local politics and business, the religious debates of the day, the evolution of institutions from synagogues to educational facilities to JCCs to healthcare institutions.”

 

In 2016, as part of a History Colorado grant, the earliest extant IJNs were digitized, 1918-1922, and added to “Chronicling America,” a collection of historic American newspapers, sponsored by the Library of Congress and National Endowment of the Arts.

 

To read the article see:

https://www.coloradohistoricnewspapers.org/?a=cl&cl=CL1&sp=IJN&e=-------en-20--1--img

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 

 

 

 


Re: Departure information? Immigrant returning from NY back to home country between 1904-1908 #records

David Oseas
 

The Steerage Act of 1819 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steerage_Act_of_1819 ) established the requirement for keeping passenger lists of inbound passengers.  It was passed primarily for regulating conditions of travel (to prevent overcrowding and unsanitary conditions) as well as to aid in collecting head tax.

I am unaware of any similar requirement to keep passenger lists for outbound passengers.  In fact, the only outbound passenger collections that I am aware of are located at NARA in Philadelphia, and are both around WWI -- see the article  "NARA Coast to Coast: Emigration Records at the National Archives at Philadelphia, Part 1" (I don't think they ever got around to publishing Part 2):  https://narations.blogs.archives.gov/2010/10/25/nara-coast-to-coast-emigration-records-at-the-national-archives-at-philadelphia-part-1/

You may get lucky and find your great-great grandfather's outbound journey at a connecting port, such as Liverpool -- try searching for him on a site that specializes in European records, such as FindMyPast.

Regards,
David Oseas

Researching:
HYMAN/HEYMAN/HEIMOWITS/CHAJMOVITS: Zemplen-Dobra, Hungary > New York;  KLEIN: Satoraljaujhely (Ujhely), Hungary > New York > Los Angeles
KRONOWITH: Hungary > New York;  OSEAS/OSIAS/OSIASI/OZIAS: Iasi, Romania > Chicago > Milwaukee > Los Angeles
SCHECHTER/SHEKTER: Kishinev, Bessarabia > New York;  SHERMAN: Iasi, Romania > New York > Los Angeles
STRUL:  Iasi, Romania > Haifa, Israel;  WICHMAN: Syczkowo (Bobruisk), Belarus > Milwaukee > Los Angeles


Cause of Death for German Relatives During the Nazi Years #germany #records

STEVENS
 

I have recently discovered Death Certificates for several of my great uncles, all of whom were professionals (lawyers, Ph.D. chemists, etc.) and who died during the Hitler era.
 
What surprises me immensely is that none of them lists a cause of death.  A couple of them actually died on the same date (or within 1-2 days of one another).  One great aunt who died during the same period was shown on her Death Certificate to have suffered from gall bladder cancer and a weak heart.
 
But the men have no cause of death listed anywhere.
 
I had always been suspicious about these deaths, due to the fact that they were accomplished professionals who died around the same date (January and December, 1935).
 
Am I right to be suspicious?  Or am I looking for something where nothing exists?
 
Has anyone else come across a similar situation?
 
Cheers,
 
Marc Stevens
Toronto
 
 

--
Marc Stevens
Toronto


Farr Travel Agency Family in Miami, FL - William #usa

Sharon Ann Dror
 

Farr Travel Agency Family in Miami, FL - all the Farr family worked in this business including their spouses. 

William Farr - Born on July 28, 1905 McKeesport, PA and passed away Sept 22, 1976 in Miami, FL. His obituary doesnt list where he is buried at....

I am specifically looking for info on William Farr's first wife Rose's maiden name and what became of their son Leonard. I saw a maiden name Sowell but it doesnt look right. I was not able to find their marriage document and divorce document.

I have plenty of info on William's siblings: Aaron, Sylvia and Irene and their parents Harry and Helen nee Klein.

I just want info on William's family.

His 2nd wife was Rhoda nee Kesser Miles I cant find their marriage info while I found their divorce date 1966. They have one daughter who is still living - she has had no contacts with him since she was a little girl and doesnt know much about his family.

Rhoda was married to first husband William Manischewitz and have one son Hirsch together and is buried at Mount Nebo using the last name Farr next to his mom and her 4th husband Leo Landis. I didnt find any legal adoption paperwork. Rhoda had a son Neal Edward Goldman with 2nd husband Emanuel Goldman. Neal took Farr as his last name. He is buried in Key West, FL. William Farr was her 3rd husband. Edward Goldman is buried in NY. 

Where is William Farr buried at? William's 3rd wife Katherine - didnt see any document on their marriage. "Roslyn" Katherine nee Schwartz was married to Sidney Zweig and have one son Martin. Her 2nd husband was David Gateman. All are deceased. 

Rhoda & William Manischewitz married Aug 12, 1942 NY divorced 1948 Baker, FL
Rhoda & Emanuel Goldman married June 4, 1948 NY  divorced 1951 Dade, FL
Rhoda & William Farr married ???? divorced June 1966  Dade, FL
Rhoda & Leo Landis married March 1967

Please let me know if you have any info or leads. I cant get their records from VitalChek or Florida Vital because I am not a direct family member. By one of the marriage...  https://www.floridahealth.gov/certificates/certificates/birth/index.html 

Thank you
Sharon Ann Dror
SharonAnnDror@...








Re: How to get ancestry.com to present a family tree of my DNA relatives like 23andMe.com does #dna

Bob Silverstein
 

ThruLines.  This is Ancestry's approach to that tree in 23andme.
--
Bob Silverstein
bobsilverstein@...
Elk Grove Village, IL

Researching Kaplan (Krynki, Poland) Tzipershteyn (Logishin, Pinsk, Belarus), Friedson/Fridzon (Pinsk, Cuba, Massachusetts), Israel and Goodman (Mishnitz, Warsaw, Manchester).


information on Rabbi Dov Ber Burstein, Chief Rabbi of Botosani Romania in the 1940s #romania #rabbinic

Aline Petzold
 

Hello All:
 Among the documents saved by my grandmother I  have found several letters from Ber Burstein, Chief rabbi of Botosani Romania during the 1930s & 1940s. I have tried to find more information about the rabbi, such as his birth and death dates and why my grandmother might have kept the letters, but I haven't been successful so far. One of the letters mentions the town of Stefanesti, where my grandparents lived before they emigrated to Canada and where my grandparents still had friends and relatives living there in the 1940s. I would appreciate any help.  Thanks much.
Aline Petzold St. Paul MN USA


Re: Ancestry function for Dna matches #dna

Bob Silverstein
 

Much simpler to use ThruLines.
--
Bob Silverstein
bobsilverstein@...
Elk Grove Village, IL

Researching Kaplan (Krynki, Poland) Tzipershteyn (Logishin, Pinsk, Belarus), Friedson/Fridzon (Pinsk, Cuba, Massachusetts), Israel and Goodman (Mishnitz, Warsaw, Manchester).


Re: Translation of Russian Birth Record Herz Lieb OBERMANN #translation

Dr.Josef ASH
 

Now  have discovered the way to enlarge it
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Gersh Lejb
OBERMAN
in town Chenstokhov on   October 15(28) 1904 at 10 in the morning
arrived Khuna OBERMAN coachman, 37 yo residing in Chenstokhov
and sjow us the male baby declaring he was born jere in Chenstokhov on March 20(April 3) this year at 11 in the evening from his legal wife Riva, nee GALBORN, 32 yo 
the child was named Gersh-Lejb
the late registration - because the father had been ill

Dr Josef ASH, Israel

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