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ViewMate Translation Request - Russian #translation

Howie Rotblatt
 

Hi,

I've posted a birth record that is in Russian, for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM98469

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you,
Howard Rotblatt
New York City


ViewMate Translation Request -- German #translation

jedbrickner@...
 

The following are links to three images from the Vienna register of births for my great grandfather, Emanuel Pilpel.  The first two images are the left and right hand pages of the relevant lines from the register book. The third image is a zoomed image of the right hand portion of the second image which appears to be some sort of "comment." I am interested to know the content of the right hand page and, especially of the "comment" (i.e. the third image). Thank you.

Jed Brickner


https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM98468

https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM98470

https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM98471


Re: Seeking correct name and location of "Rosopovitch", Belarus #belarus

Janet Furba
 

Районы Гродненской области — Википедия (wikipedia.org)
Rosopovitch, Rosopovitchi not found
Розопович, Разоповичи not found
Janet Furba, Germany


Re: Did you go to a Jewish summer camp? #usa

david perkins
 

I went To Camp Willoway in the northeast corner of Pa. in 1965 and 1966. 
Regards to all 
--
David L. Perkins
Researching:
Perkin and Segan (Belarus, Grodno and Slonim)
Paris/Poris and Seigel (Ukraine/Poland, Bilozirka, Kupil)
Schneider Shnayder Greenberg Litwack (Bessarabia/Moldova, Teleneshty) 
Peterfreund Loeffelholtz  Pippersberg Federbush Englander (Galicia Nowy Sacz Krakow) 
Podolski Lauffer Wahl (Galicia Krakow Tarnobrzeg)


viewmate translation request - Polish #translation

Raffi Jesin
 

https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM98496
akta 80 is my great grandparents marriage record. i can understand most of it, but was looking for help translating the notes in the Uwaga box and the additional notes from 1935. as well as confirming the occupations of eli majer gajer (i think confectioner?) and the witnesses (maybe bakers?)
thank you,
Raphael Jesin


Re: Seeking correct name and location of "Rosopovitch", Belarus #belarus

Janet Furba
 

To find Rosopovitch ask the Mogilev State Archive
I failed to find Rosopovitch in Russian:
https://maps.vlasenko.net/list/belarus/mogilevskaya/

Районы Могилёвской области — Википедия (wikipedia.org)
Могилёвская область — Википедия (wikipedia.org)
Janet Furba. Germany


Unusual style of writing dates #ukraine

ylaltein@...
 

Below are two unusual dates, from letters written in Kiev c. 1960-70.



July 27, 692



October 30, 712

Any idea what the years might be?

Here is a third date from the same writer, which is written in the standard style:



October 29, 1969r [r = "года" ("of the year")]

Yehuda Altein
Brooklyn NY


Re: Did you go to a Jewish summer camp? #usa

Barbara Ellman
 

I was a long term camper:

HILI at White Lake, NY in 1959
Delwood in Honesdale, PA for several summers in the 1960s
USY camp at Ramah in Glen Spey, NY in 1967

Delwood was where most of my school friends from HILI (Queens NY) went.  As an only child my parents wanted to make sure I had access to friends over the summer.
--
Barbara Ellman
Secaucus NJ USA
HASSMAN, SONENTHAL, DAUERMAN, LUCHS - Drohobycz, Ukraine
HIRSCHHORN, GOLDSTEIN, BUCHWALD - Dolyna, Ukraine
ELLMAN, COIRA, MAIDMAN - Minkovtsy, Ukraine
KAGLE, FASS - Ulanow, Poland


Re: Did you go to a Jewish summer camp? #usa

Norman Sohn
 

 

 

            FYI, Camp Machanayim, I believe was in Monticello, New York — My cousins, Pinky, Mordy, and David Sohn went there around 1943, I know they went to Camp Raleigh-Maccabi in 1944. In August 1944, I spent a Shabbat at Camp Raleigh-Maccabi with my mother, when we visited my sister, Rhoda. She was a 9-year-old camper.

            I first went to camp in 1949 — Camp Deal in Deal, New Jersey. In 1951, I was a camper in Camp Lebanon in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey. In 1953, I was a camper-waiter in Camp Lebanon. In 1954 I was a camper-waiter in Camp Eton, Rhinebeck, New York. From 1955 -1958 I was a bunk counselor as well as a boating counselor in Camp Maple Lake, Livingston Manor, New York.

Norman Sohn, MD


ViewMate Translation Request - German #galicia #translation

Vincent Hoffmann-Martinot
 

I've posted a vital record in German for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM98498

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much in advance!

Vincent Hoffmann-Martinot


ViewMate Question -- Family Relation in Yiddish Sentence #yiddish #translation

Yaron Wolfsthal
 

Dear Group,
This is a Yiddish sentence from a pre-WW2 postcard.
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM98482

The writer refers to three names of relatives in this sentence. 
I'd like whether their family relationships with the writer is implicit or explicitly implied in the text.
A precise translation will be highly appreciated.

Thank you!
Yaron Wolfsthal, Israel.


ViewMate Translation Request -- German #translation

jedbrickner@...
 

The following is a link to the birth record of my great grandmother, Cecilie (or Cecile) Meyer. I would appreciate a translation of it (particularly the names and other identifying information of her parents). Many thanks.

Jed Brickner

https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM98474


Re: Burial in Jaffa 1860s-1890s #israel

Schonfeld.family@...
 

On Fri, May 13, 2022 at 08:26 AM, <davidmdubin@...> wrote:

Hello all.

Yesterday I read that an ancestor, Moshe Steiner, (אברהם משה בן ראובן?) fell  ill traveling from Hungary to the Holy Land and was buried in Jaffa. I know he was alive in Vienna in 1861 and was no longer living in 1898. Is there a register of Jewish burials in Jaffa from that period?

--
David Dubin
Teaneck, NJ

Try finding Avnei Zikaron Chet (אבני זכרון ח) by Pinchas Graievski.
It is a list of 805 burials in Jaffa Jewish cemetery.
Unfortunately I didn't find it online.

You can try Billiongraves:
https://he.billiongraves.com/cemetery/Jaffa-Old-Jewish-Cemetery/183138
I didn't find a record for אברהם משה

Jacob Shayzaf
Israel


Sarah Sneider (Fine) in South Africa #lithuania #southafrica

thfine@...
 

My grandmother who died in 1991 had in her address book "Sarah Sneider, Shangrila, 114 Francis St., Bellevue, Johannesburg, S. Africa" and notes she is my grandfather's niece. My grandfather was born in Panevezys Lithuania to Bentsion and Brokha FAIN/FEIN/FAYN. My father says he was told that one of the sons went to South Africa. I am unsure of this son's name but my best guess is that it was Sholom/Shlioma (born 1886) with a wife named Khava (LEVIN) and a daughter Bliuma (born in 1913).

There is a marriage record for Sarah Fine (born 1916) to Charles Sneider and an address for them in 1984 at 506 Maracynth, 19 Soper Road, Fife Ave, Berea, Johannesburg, but I have not been able to find any records connecting this Sarah Sneider to the FAINs in Lithuania.
 
I am interested in any information about Sarah Sneider in South Africa and more generally in descendants of Bentsion FAIN from Panevezys Lithuania.
--
Todd Fine
Looking for FAYN/FAIN/FEIN in Panevezys and FINE in South Africa


Any sources/people on the Ruzhiner Rebbe? #rabbinic

Ethan Parmet
 

Hello

I have a question if anyone knows people who are experts on genealogy of the Ruzhiner dynasty.

A letter from the cousin of my 2x great grandfather mentions that his grandmother was a cousin of Rabbi Israel Friedman, and I have been struggling to find the direct connection, and was hoping someone could help me figure it out.

Thanks

Ethan Parmet
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Surnames: Friedman, Tonkonogy
Towns: Grayding, Granov, Gaisyn


What to do on Ancestry when the names change but the places don't? #general

Emily Rosenberg
 

How do I search for place names on Ancestry when they are listed by my ancestors variously as Russe Poland, Russia or Poland?  I know I can cross check on Jewish Gen Gazetteer if I have information but how does that translate to a search on Ancestry?   And is there a way in Ancestry to have my most frequently used place names or person name appear at the top of the drop down list?  It certainly would be a useful feature for all the genealogy sites to have frequently used information easily available in drop downs.
--
Emily Rosenberg
Oakland, California

KESNER in Amsterdam, London, Chicago
STODEL in Amsterdam, London, USA
KAWIN in Suwalki and Poland
RUBINSKY in Suwalki and Poland


Re: Did you go to a Jewish summer camp? #usa

ilanjl764@...
 

Hi

Attended Summer Camp in two different places!
Camp Stoney Clove in Hunter, New York in the late to early 60's and afterwards at Camp Windom in Conn in the early mid-60's

Ilan(Alan Joel Leibowitz) Leibowitz
Kibbutz Afikim
Israel
ilanjl764@...


Re: Looking for possible Jewish Ancestry name Koch in Germany #germany

ab12cohen@...
 

On Fri, May 13, 2022 at 04:37 PM, TommyN wrote:
Hanß David Koch is surely an old German way of writing Hans David Koch, nothing to do with the Hebrew which would be Han ben David. I don't believe there was such a name as Han.
Alan Cohen


JGASGP Meeting All are welcome to attend Rich Venezia discusses C Files #announcements #jgs-iajgs

Marilyn Golden
 

Sunday, May 15, 2022

Time: 1:30 PM check in, chat, and schmooze (Optional)

Official program starts promptly at 2:00 *

(NOTE THE LATER START TIME)

Speaker: Rich Venezia, an expert in the research of 20th-century immigrant ancestors

www.richroots.com

Topic: USCIS Genealogy Program: Certificate Files (C-Files)

Location:  Congregation Rodeph Shalom 615 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Rich Venezia is a New Jersey native who now calls Philadelphia home. He founded Rich Roots Genealogy in 2013. He was a member of the research team of Genealogy Roadshow (PBS) for two seasons, and also consulted on Follow Your Past (Travel Channel). He is an expert in the research of 20th-century immigrant ancestors, especially underutilized record sources and federal records. He also specializes in Italian and Irish research. Additionally, he assists clients with dual citizenship applications for Ireland and Italy, and is a proud Italian dual citizen. He holds a Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University. He lectures nationwide, and spoke about "How to Grow Empathy From Uncovering Your Roots" at TEDx Pittsburgh 2017.

Rich Roots Genealogy

http://www.richroots.net/

https://www.facebook.com/richrootsgenealogy

https://twitter.com/RichRootsGen

Check out my TEDxPittsburgh talk: Search Youtube for "How to Grow Empathy From Uncovering Your Roots"

 

Topic:  USCIS Genealogy Program: Certificate Files (C-Files)

SHORT: This lecture will examine the ten different sub-series of C-Files, which document naturalizations or repatriations of individuals from 1906 – 1956, currently available through the USCIS Genealogy Program. It will also introduce A-Files, and specifically discuss when naturalization records would be found in A-Files instead of C-Files, and how to order records from the USCIS Genealogy Program.

 

FURTHER DETAIL: The C-Files held by the USCIS Genealogy Program include C-Files, OL C-Files, OM C-Files, OS C-Files for naturalized citizens, Derivative A C-Files and Derivative AA C-Files for derivative citizens, and B Certificates, D Certificates, 3904/Series Records, and 129/Series Records for repatriated citizens. Each sub-series is quite unique and the circumstances that would lead to a search for each type of file will be discussed. A brief overview of A-Files will discuss when both a C-File and an A-File might exist, and when naturalization paperwork is found in A-Files as opposed to C-Files.

 

Below is the link for our event.

It will not go live until  approximately 15 minutes prior to the event.  

 

Double click or copy and paste the link below.

 

https://boxcast.tv/view/the-jewish-genealogical--archival-society-of-greater-philadelphia-meeting-rnqd6mjab8lite90ickp

 

 

*Note that there is SECURED FREE PARKING.

Congregation Rodeph Shalom of Philadelphia, founded in 1795, is the oldest Ashkenazic synagogue in the Western Hemisphere. There is a virtual tour on their website. 

 

We are meeting in person for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic.  We will also livestream this meeting for members only. We are not using Zoom. The link is called Boxcast. 

 

We will follow all covid protocols for the city of Philadelphia. Currently, mask wearing is mandatory in the building. Bring a mask.  Please join us at this beautiful, historic building for our first hybrid meeting.

Guests are invited to our first in person meeting. Bring a friend!
This meeting will be recorded for members only.  It will be available for one month only.   
--
Marilyn Mazer Golden, Membership VP
membership@...
Jewish Genealogical and Archival Society of Greater Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
www.jgasgp.org


Re: Gravestone translation for Chaia Sarah Jablow #translation

davidmdubin@...
 

H(ere) L(ies)
our dear mother
Chaya Sarah daughter of the rabbi “Reb” Moshe
died
15 Elul (5)680
May her soul be bound in the bonds of (everlasting) life 

Reb is an honorific like “mister” but he was a rabbi
the last line is a very common boilerplate abbreviation on tombstones. 

--
David Dubin
Teaneck, NJ

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