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Dombrad #hungary

Szombat <szombat@...>
 

Dear H-siggers,

Now All I have >from Dombrad is up.
Aren't all translated and transcripted, but tomorrow will be.

http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4/cemeteries/dombrad/dombrad.html
Best regards,
Winter Peter






















Check this out: Jewish cemeteries in Hungary

http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4


Szt. György #hungary

Michele Sankar <sankosy@...>
 

Hello Friends!

Today while searching an LDS film for Nagybajom in Somogy county, I
learned some more information. My great grandfather, Rezsö Glöckner,
was born in Sard on January 11, 1887, to Mor Glöckner (hotel proprietor
) of Szulo and Gizella Weinberger of Baja. The register had a column
with the heading "koma" - what does this mean? Godparents, of sorts?
Anyway, the two names listed there were Rozalia Weinberger of Baja, and
Ignac Glöckner (also a hotel proprietor) of - and here's where I'd like
your help! - "Homor Szt. György." The script was quite elaborate, but
I'm quite sure that's what it said. My atlas doesn't list this. There
are many "Szent György" towns in the Shtetl Seeker, but I can't identify
the Homor.

Can anyone correct me or help me out? Many thanks!

Michele Sankar
Richmond Hill, ON

Searching namesWINTER, SEIDNER, GLOCKNER, WEINBERGER
places Salgotarjan, Kosice (Sena), (Somogy)Sard, Szulo, Baja


Re: International Organization of Carpathian Jews/Keep me informed #hungary

Henny Kestenbaum <henimiki@...>
 

My maternal grandparents GLUCK/LOWY are >from Khust (present day spelling), I
would be most interested in getting any material and messages regarding this
area. Many thanks, Henrietta Kestenbaum

----- Original Message -----
From: Moshe & Esther Davis <davis@sefer.org>
To: Hungarian SIG <>
Sent: May 29, 2000 8:16 AM
Subject: Re: International Organization of Carpathian Jews/Keep me informed


I'm hoping to be able to go to the meeting in Tel Aviv (June 11)
where the Chust Society will be discussing joining this
organization. I'll try and keep everyone posted.

Moshe


<< > the International Organization of Carpathian Jews. Does anyone
know more about that > group? Does anyone know whether it would
include areas on the south side of the > Carpathians as well as on the
north side?

--Diane
Diane Goldman, Maryland
<dgoldman@erols.com>
>>

This would be of great interest to me also. Diane, would appreciate
it if you would keep me up to date on your findings in case I miss a
posting. Many thanks.

Lois Clauson
Oakland, Calif
LCaluson@aol.com
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Hungary SIG #Hungary Dombrad #hungary

Szombat <szombat@...>
 

Dear H-siggers,

Now All I have >from Dombrad is up.
Aren't all translated and transcripted, but tomorrow will be.

http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4/cemeteries/dombrad/dombrad.html
Best regards,
Winter Peter






















Check this out: Jewish cemeteries in Hungary

http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4


Hungary SIG #Hungary Szt. György #hungary

Michele Sankar <sankosy@...>
 

Hello Friends!

Today while searching an LDS film for Nagybajom in Somogy county, I
learned some more information. My great grandfather, Rezsö Glöckner,
was born in Sard on January 11, 1887, to Mor Glöckner (hotel proprietor
) of Szulo and Gizella Weinberger of Baja. The register had a column
with the heading "koma" - what does this mean? Godparents, of sorts?
Anyway, the two names listed there were Rozalia Weinberger of Baja, and
Ignac Glöckner (also a hotel proprietor) of - and here's where I'd like
your help! - "Homor Szt. György." The script was quite elaborate, but
I'm quite sure that's what it said. My atlas doesn't list this. There
are many "Szent György" towns in the Shtetl Seeker, but I can't identify
the Homor.

Can anyone correct me or help me out? Many thanks!

Michele Sankar
Richmond Hill, ON

Searching namesWINTER, SEIDNER, GLOCKNER, WEINBERGER
places Salgotarjan, Kosice (Sena), (Somogy)Sard, Szulo, Baja


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: International Organization of Carpathian Jews/Keep me informed #hungary

Henny Kestenbaum <henimiki@...>
 

My maternal grandparents GLUCK/LOWY are >from Khust (present day spelling), I
would be most interested in getting any material and messages regarding this
area. Many thanks, Henrietta Kestenbaum

----- Original Message -----
From: Moshe & Esther Davis <davis@sefer.org>
To: Hungarian SIG <>
Sent: May 29, 2000 8:16 AM
Subject: Re: International Organization of Carpathian Jews/Keep me informed


I'm hoping to be able to go to the meeting in Tel Aviv (June 11)
where the Chust Society will be discussing joining this
organization. I'll try and keep everyone posted.

Moshe


<< > the International Organization of Carpathian Jews. Does anyone
know more about that > group? Does anyone know whether it would
include areas on the south side of the > Carpathians as well as on the
north side?

--Diane
Diane Goldman, Maryland
<dgoldman@erols.com>
>>

This would be of great interest to me also. Diane, would appreciate
it if you would keep me up to date on your findings in case I miss a
posting. Many thanks.

Lois Clauson
Oakland, Calif
LCaluson@aol.com
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Re: Success story (kind of) #hungary

RTolnai@...
 

Glad to hear you had some unexpected luck! Thanks for including the museums
address. I wrote to them inquiring about photos pertaining to my
great-grandfather
and his publishing company. He was Simon Tolnai, and published many things,
including the weekly paper Tolnai Vilag-Lapja. I don't know if I'll have any
luck, but it's always exciting to have a new path to persue.
If anyone out there has any other suggestions......
Thanks and good luck.
RTolnai@aol.com


Hebrew Translations #hungary

Ragfhg@...
 

Thank you everyone who helped or offered to help with my grave translations.
I now have positive proof my great-great-granddfather's name! Now, can
anyone help with my new problem which came out of your translations. Please
translate for me: "Chaim Zeev"; I believe "Chaim" means "life", but Zeev?
(His name was William Rich, also seen as Wilhelm, Reich, Farkas and Wulf).
Why Farkas or Wulf (wolf)? Also, "Yaakov Yehuda"; his name was Jacob
(diminutive, Koppel) Gottlieb, but I'm not sure about Yehuda. A usage
similar to Chaim? I appreciate your helpful responses. Faith


Dombrad #hungary

Szombat <szombat@...>
 

Dear H-siggers!

As I promised, the first set of Dombrad is up now. (Only a few, the rest is
in the developer.)
Tomorrow you can see the rest.
Families:
Braun, Lorber, Ponitz, Reiner and lateYakov Dov ben Yesayahu.

Now I think my girlfriend misses me...
Bye, until tomorrow
Winter Peter






















Check this out: Jewish cemeteries in Hungary

http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4


Excuse me #hungary

Szombat <szombat@...>
 

Dear H-siggers,

Please excuze me, I've forgot the URL adress for Dombrad:

http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4/cemeteries/dombrad/dombrad.html

Yes, I'm tired.

Bye again.

Winter Peter






















Check this out: Jewish cemeteries in Hungary

http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4


REPOST: Hungarian Invitation For Sunday Brunch JUNE 4TH, 2000 #hungary

NYMONEY1@...
 

Dear Lou: The response to the Sunday brunch invitation has been sparse.
The original dozen or so people who evidenced an interest have been reduced
to two couples who could make it without conflicts of other commitments.
Almost everyone emailed back with sincere regrets. I am having the event
anyway and will have some of my family and three generations of Hungarian
Jews to spread around. I would like to post a last minute invitation for
those who might not have seen the original and maybe could make it on short
notice. Would you be kind enough to repost the original or here is another
version for the bulletin board. I hope you can come. But don't worry, we
can try to do this again later in the year when it might be more convenient
for everyone. Best Olga Berde Mahl

"Last Minute Invitation to H-Sig Members in the Metro, NY Area for a
Social Sunday Brunch June 4th, 2000 at Noon on City Island, Bronx, New York.
We are having a Sunday Brunch and pool party on Long Island Sound (pool part
depends on the weather, the rest is a go!) and hope you can join us for a
social event. Three generations of Jewish "Hungarians" should be fun.
Please RSVP and let me know if you can make it. The event is without charge,
just a way to get to know other H-Sig members in the NY area. Hope you can
come. RSVP and I will email directions and specific information. Best
Olga Berde Mahl
Email: NYMONEY1@AOL.COM


* message to Lea Trager #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Dear Lea,

Please get in touch with Miriam Lava <lavaem@netvision.net.il>.

Miriam found someone who will be, perhaps, ready to translate your
Yiddish letters >from Yiddish to Hebrew. She lost your e-mail address
and is not yet subscribed to H-sig.

Folks, please excuse me for using the list for private matters, but I
too am unaware of Lea's e-mail address. Thanks for your understanding
and

cheers
Tom
--
-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Success story (kind of) #hungary

RTolnai@...
 

Glad to hear you had some unexpected luck! Thanks for including the museums
address. I wrote to them inquiring about photos pertaining to my
great-grandfather
and his publishing company. He was Simon Tolnai, and published many things,
including the weekly paper Tolnai Vilag-Lapja. I don't know if I'll have any
luck, but it's always exciting to have a new path to persue.
If anyone out there has any other suggestions......
Thanks and good luck.
RTolnai@aol.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Hebrew Translations #hungary

Ragfhg@...
 

Thank you everyone who helped or offered to help with my grave translations.
I now have positive proof my great-great-granddfather's name! Now, can
anyone help with my new problem which came out of your translations. Please
translate for me: "Chaim Zeev"; I believe "Chaim" means "life", but Zeev?
(His name was William Rich, also seen as Wilhelm, Reich, Farkas and Wulf).
Why Farkas or Wulf (wolf)? Also, "Yaakov Yehuda"; his name was Jacob
(diminutive, Koppel) Gottlieb, but I'm not sure about Yehuda. A usage
similar to Chaim? I appreciate your helpful responses. Faith


Hungary SIG #Hungary Dombrad #hungary

Szombat <szombat@...>
 

Dear H-siggers!

As I promised, the first set of Dombrad is up now. (Only a few, the rest is
in the developer.)
Tomorrow you can see the rest.
Families:
Braun, Lorber, Ponitz, Reiner and lateYakov Dov ben Yesayahu.

Now I think my girlfriend misses me...
Bye, until tomorrow
Winter Peter






















Check this out: Jewish cemeteries in Hungary

http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4


Hungary SIG #Hungary Excuse me #hungary

Szombat <szombat@...>
 

Dear H-siggers,

Please excuze me, I've forgot the URL adress for Dombrad:

http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4/cemeteries/dombrad/dombrad.html

Yes, I'm tired.

Bye again.

Winter Peter






















Check this out: Jewish cemeteries in Hungary

http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4


Hungary SIG #Hungary REPOST: Hungarian Invitation For Sunday Brunch JUNE 4TH, 2000 #hungary

NYMONEY1@...
 

Dear Lou: The response to the Sunday brunch invitation has been sparse.
The original dozen or so people who evidenced an interest have been reduced
to two couples who could make it without conflicts of other commitments.
Almost everyone emailed back with sincere regrets. I am having the event
anyway and will have some of my family and three generations of Hungarian
Jews to spread around. I would like to post a last minute invitation for
those who might not have seen the original and maybe could make it on short
notice. Would you be kind enough to repost the original or here is another
version for the bulletin board. I hope you can come. But don't worry, we
can try to do this again later in the year when it might be more convenient
for everyone. Best Olga Berde Mahl

"Last Minute Invitation to H-Sig Members in the Metro, NY Area for a
Social Sunday Brunch June 4th, 2000 at Noon on City Island, Bronx, New York.
We are having a Sunday Brunch and pool party on Long Island Sound (pool part
depends on the weather, the rest is a go!) and hope you can join us for a
social event. Three generations of Jewish "Hungarians" should be fun.
Please RSVP and let me know if you can make it. The event is without charge,
just a way to get to know other H-Sig members in the NY area. Hope you can
come. RSVP and I will email directions and specific information. Best
Olga Berde Mahl
Email: NYMONEY1@AOL.COM


Hungary SIG #Hungary * message to Lea Trager #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Dear Lea,

Please get in touch with Miriam Lava <lavaem@netvision.net.il>.

Miriam found someone who will be, perhaps, ready to translate your
Yiddish letters >from Yiddish to Hebrew. She lost your e-mail address
and is not yet subscribed to H-sig.

Folks, please excuse me for using the list for private matters, but I
too am unaware of Lea's e-mail address. Thanks for your understanding
and

cheers
Tom
--
-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Re: h-sig digest: May 30, 2000 #hungary

CASHEL3776@...
 

In a message dated 5/30/00 10:01:04 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org writes:

<< H-SIG friends and cousins,

My family and I are moving to the Bay Area California. I mention this
because we're leaving our roots in Columbus, OH and going to new territory
and would love to know anyone nearby.

Since I can do it anywhere, I'll still maintain the H-SIG website, be backup
moderator and occasional participant.

I'll be working in Alameda and we're looking for a house in the tri-valley
area: Danville, Walnut Creek, San Ramon, Pleasanton, etc.
>>

Marc,
While I will not be too close normally, I'm in Carson City Nevada and travel
to Brentwood quite often because of my dog shows and will be there about 3-5
weeks starting the end of June.
Brentwwod is just over the hill >from Pleasanton, between Hwy 4 and 580.
I try to get over to NARA and Sutro/ SanBruno several times while I'm there
as well as TempleHill the LDS Temple in Oakland.

Welcome to our part of the west coast. I know the area fairly well, and if I
can be of any help let me know.

Ley O'Connor
Researching GARTENFELD, GOLDMAN, STEIN, POLECK, SCHSLINGER (and of course,
O'CONNOR)

Extra money for genealogy, while searching for family !!
http://www.alladvantage.com/go.asp?refid=IRL083


Re: trying again, jewish stones documenting #hungary

Israel Holdengraeber <bpih@...>
 

I wish to express my great appreciation for the project you are undertaki=
ng.
I cannot find the words. Hopefully some others will take you as an exampl=
e,=20
especially institutions (in Israel) whose job is to do this for the Jewis=
h nation.=20
Considering so many years of neglect and devastation of the European=20
Jewish graveyards, it is about time for a worldwide national effort.

Several years ago i visited the native vilage of my father-in-law near Ko=
sice.=20
He hardly remembered where the Jewish cemetery was. Then by a miracle,=20
by the side of a relatively new road by the christian cemetery we found=20
several Jewish stones almost completely buried and overgrown by vegetatio=
n.

And more than a miracle, one of them was of his younger brother who died=20
as child before WWII.

I assume now that either the stones served as construction material by th=
e=20
vilagers or they're buried under the pavement. That's why stones must be=20
recorded all over Europe, AND FAST.

My oppinion (wishful thinking).=20

And professional and we, sparetime, genalogists can and can/should be par=
t=20
of the taskforce (this way or another). I see so many people all over the=
world=20
turn over stones, browse old records, papers, documents, etc., surely we=20
can lend our small shoulders.

Israel - ISRAEL
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=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D=3D
From: "Szombat" <szombat@elender.hu>
To: "Hungarian SIG" <h-
sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: trying again
Date sent: Fri, 26 May 2000 20:35:47 +0200
Send reply to: "Szombat" <szombat@elender.hu>

[ Double-click this line for list subscription options=20
]=20

Dear all!

Marc told me, that my previous message wasn't in an=20
acceptable format
(MIME,
wich I don't really know what means), now it is in a=20
plain text format.
Hope
it is better now.

The original message was:

I am permanently uploading new photos and=20
transcriptions of
gravestone-names/ texts to my homepage, "Jewish=20
cemeteries in Hungary".
Now
I almost finished with Kecel, and Dombrad will follow,=20
than (if pocket
permits) Ujfeherto.
In every graveyard there are lists of perished person's=20
names too, and
some
of the gravestones have a commemorating plaque of other=20
perished
persons.
Maybe some of you could tell me if any organization may=20
need those
names...
In case you decide to take a look, I will be also=20
grateful, if you let
me
know your opinion about all of the content.

The address is:
http://www.geocities.com/winter_peter_4/cemeteries/kecel
/kecel.html

The end of the original message.
Now it is something new:
Due to the fact, that the Geocities gave only 15 MB of=20
space (and it is
almost full), I decided to look after another host. So=20
now I found
another
place where I can post up to 100 MB., and maybe more.=20
It will be linked
soon
to my original homepage, but until that you may see=20
only the entrance with
a
quote after a Jewish tale. Yet in Hungarian, but=20
english will follow...

Best regards to all!
Winter Peter

Mod: Thanks Winter Peter. You figured out the key to=20
MIME-free posting
without knowing what MIME is!! Marc.


















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Researching surnames:
HOLDENGRABER
HOLDENGREBER
HOLDENGRAEBER
HOLDENGR=B1BER
Anyone who hapens to see them somewhere, please contact. Thank you.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Israel Holdengraeber
Hadera - ISRAEL
e-mail: bpih@infolink.net.il