Date   

koevesd #hungary

frishmechlis <frishmechlis@...>
 

hallo h-siggers,
does anyone knows where can i find town or village of koevesd in greater
hungary (todays hungary or slovakia).
thank you in advance

karl frish
hod-hasharon
israel

Moderator VK: Kövesd was in Bihar megye, Élesdi jaras. This area is now in Romania. there are a number of other places with the suffix -kovesd. As I've suggested many times before, one of the easiest ways to locate places when all you have is a pre-Trianon name is to check the 1913 Gazetter at Janos Bogardi's Radix website http://www.bogardi.com/gen/index.shtml


Hungary SIG #Hungary koevesd #hungary

frishmechlis <frishmechlis@...>
 

hallo h-siggers,
does anyone knows where can i find town or village of koevesd in greater
hungary (todays hungary or slovakia).
thank you in advance

karl frish
hod-hasharon
israel

Moderator VK: Kövesd was in Bihar megye, Élesdi jaras. This area is now in Romania. there are a number of other places with the suffix -kovesd. As I've suggested many times before, one of the easiest ways to locate places when all you have is a pre-Trianon name is to check the 1913 Gazetter at Janos Bogardi's Radix website http://www.bogardi.com/gen/index.shtml


Re: Nemes Somogy #hungary

alex p miller <alex-miller@...>
 

Omri

How about sending me the original message in Hungarian

On Wed, 9 Jul 2003 08:38:56 +0200 "Omri Arnon" <Omri@netvision.net.il>
writes:

Vivian, thanks for your answer. I looked for "Nemes" in ShtetlSeeker,
and it
gives me 4 answers: one NEMESCSO and three NYOMAS. Regretably I
can't find
any others.

Best,

Omri Arnon

Moderator VK: You will need to consult maps to find out where the
places in Somogy called Nemes were located in the 19th century and
their presentday names. If you think that the family lived in
Somogy, check the 1877 Gazetteer to see find out the largest Jewish
community near these places and then start writing letters to
archives.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Omri Arnon" <Omri@netvision.net.il>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Monday, July 07, 2003 6:49 PM
Subject: [h-sig] Nemes Somogy


On the back of a Medical doctor's diploma >from 1837 the following
is hand
written in Hungarian:
"On a reunion being held on 10th (?) August, 1837 in Nemes Somogy
county,
this surgery diploma was announced for the audience, including
that
REINITZ
Ignac is a surgeon".
I could not find a place called Nemes in Somogy County. I did find
the
word
Nemes together with other counties' names in a few other places.
Does anyone know what the "Nemes" means here? Did anyone hear of a
custom
of
announcing doctors of this type in Hungary, and could that mean
that
REINITZ
Ignac was simply given a job in Somogy County?

Thanks,

Omri Arnon
Israel

Moderator VK: There are several places called Nemes in Somogy
megye,
which is still part of Hungary. Have you checked the JewishGen
ShtetlFinder? I found a couple of places southeast of Szombathely
that
might be a match.


1812 census #hungary

Peter Block <peter.block@...>
 

Good evening everyone,

Coming back to Alex Miller's letter of yesterday, where can I get hold of
the 1812 census?
I am looking for the family of my ggfather Lazar London . In the 1848
census he was described as an innkeeper living in Mad, Semplen county.

Best wishes,

Peter Block, London UK.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Nemes Somogy #hungary

alex p miller <alex-miller@...>
 

Omri

How about sending me the original message in Hungarian

On Wed, 9 Jul 2003 08:38:56 +0200 "Omri Arnon" <Omri@netvision.net.il>
writes:

Vivian, thanks for your answer. I looked for "Nemes" in ShtetlSeeker,
and it
gives me 4 answers: one NEMESCSO and three NYOMAS. Regretably I
can't find
any others.

Best,

Omri Arnon

Moderator VK: You will need to consult maps to find out where the
places in Somogy called Nemes were located in the 19th century and
their presentday names. If you think that the family lived in
Somogy, check the 1877 Gazetteer to see find out the largest Jewish
community near these places and then start writing letters to
archives.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Omri Arnon" <Omri@netvision.net.il>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Monday, July 07, 2003 6:49 PM
Subject: [h-sig] Nemes Somogy


On the back of a Medical doctor's diploma >from 1837 the following
is hand
written in Hungarian:
"On a reunion being held on 10th (?) August, 1837 in Nemes Somogy
county,
this surgery diploma was announced for the audience, including
that
REINITZ
Ignac is a surgeon".
I could not find a place called Nemes in Somogy County. I did find
the
word
Nemes together with other counties' names in a few other places.
Does anyone know what the "Nemes" means here? Did anyone hear of a
custom
of
announcing doctors of this type in Hungary, and could that mean
that
REINITZ
Ignac was simply given a job in Somogy County?

Thanks,

Omri Arnon
Israel

Moderator VK: There are several places called Nemes in Somogy
megye,
which is still part of Hungary. Have you checked the JewishGen
ShtetlFinder? I found a couple of places southeast of Szombathely
that
might be a match.


Hungary SIG #Hungary 1812 census #hungary

Peter Block <peter.block@...>
 

Good evening everyone,

Coming back to Alex Miller's letter of yesterday, where can I get hold of
the 1812 census?
I am looking for the family of my ggfather Lazar London . In the 1848
census he was described as an innkeeper living in Mad, Semplen county.

Best wishes,

Peter Block, London UK.


Re: Research idea #hungary

ron <ruebin7@...>
 

Hi Alex,
I have a REGNA MULLER,my GGM,who was born 1812,in Nagy Narton...or
matterburg......is there any onnection, she married a Joseph BAUER.I have no
more information on her......
Look forward to hearing >from you
Regards
Ron Bower
Melbourne
Australia

----- Original Message -----
From: "alex p miller" <alex-miller@juno.com>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2003 2:44 AM
Subject: [h-sig] Research idea


Hello Friends,

When we get to the beginning of 1800's, most of us reach that thick brick
wall where the records seem to dissolve into the mist of bygone times.
Any breach in this wall is worth gold.

One ray of light seems to come >from death records. Here is a case:

My Müller gggfather was born in village 'X" in Zemplen county in 1826. I
have been trying to determine how long had his family been in this
village. The census of 1812 shows no Müllers, but there are 2 listings of
first names that could be candidates. He married and moved to another
village where he spent the rest of his life and where I have done a lot
of research. Here among some records I found the death certificate of a
certain Hani Heimlich who was born as Hani Müller, in village 'X' in
1816. That seems to prove with high level of certainty that the Müllers
were indeed in that village at the time of the 1812 census and I can
safely consider the two 'wild card' candidates as ancestors.

Creating county wide death databases would be a great tool to break
through the brick wall. I welcome an comments

Best regards,

Alex Miller, Reading, PA


Moderator VK: Alex has identified the problem that I consider to be the
biggest brick wall facing most of us who are researching Hungarian roots.
Based on census data collected by those very precise Austrians, we know that the substantial increases in the Hungarian Jewish population that took place during the late 18th and early to mid-19th century were the result of
in-migration. Many of our ancestors came >from Galicia during that period.
Thanks to Henry Wellisch, we now know that it is possible to trace our roots back to the late 18th century. How should we organize our resources to make this leap back in the history of Hungarian Jewry? Please give me your thoughts because this is clearly a matter worth discussion at the H-SIG business meeting in Washington. I hope to include input >from the many landsmen (and landswomen!) who participate in our discussions but can't join us in Washington. How shall we proceed?


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Research idea #hungary

ron <ruebin7@...>
 

Hi Alex,
I have a REGNA MULLER,my GGM,who was born 1812,in Nagy Narton...or
matterburg......is there any onnection, she married a Joseph BAUER.I have no
more information on her......
Look forward to hearing >from you
Regards
Ron Bower
Melbourne
Australia

----- Original Message -----
From: "alex p miller" <alex-miller@juno.com>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2003 2:44 AM
Subject: [h-sig] Research idea


Hello Friends,

When we get to the beginning of 1800's, most of us reach that thick brick
wall where the records seem to dissolve into the mist of bygone times.
Any breach in this wall is worth gold.

One ray of light seems to come >from death records. Here is a case:

My Müller gggfather was born in village 'X" in Zemplen county in 1826. I
have been trying to determine how long had his family been in this
village. The census of 1812 shows no Müllers, but there are 2 listings of
first names that could be candidates. He married and moved to another
village where he spent the rest of his life and where I have done a lot
of research. Here among some records I found the death certificate of a
certain Hani Heimlich who was born as Hani Müller, in village 'X' in
1816. That seems to prove with high level of certainty that the Müllers
were indeed in that village at the time of the 1812 census and I can
safely consider the two 'wild card' candidates as ancestors.

Creating county wide death databases would be a great tool to break
through the brick wall. I welcome an comments

Best regards,

Alex Miller, Reading, PA


Moderator VK: Alex has identified the problem that I consider to be the
biggest brick wall facing most of us who are researching Hungarian roots.
Based on census data collected by those very precise Austrians, we know that the substantial increases in the Hungarian Jewish population that took place during the late 18th and early to mid-19th century were the result of
in-migration. Many of our ancestors came >from Galicia during that period.
Thanks to Henry Wellisch, we now know that it is possible to trace our roots back to the late 18th century. How should we organize our resources to make this leap back in the history of Hungarian Jewry? Please give me your thoughts because this is clearly a matter worth discussion at the H-SIG business meeting in Washington. I hope to include input >from the many landsmen (and landswomen!) who participate in our discussions but can't join us in Washington. How shall we proceed?


See you in DC! #hungary

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As we put the finishing touches on our preparations for the 23rd
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy in Washington, DC, we look
forward to seeing many of you there. Always a highlight at these
conferences is reuniting with old friends and meeting new ones.

JewishGen is looking forward to several major announcements and the
launch of some very exciting research tools during our evening
presentation on Tuesday, July 22. You will see that we have been quite
busy behind the scenes this year.

JewishGen continues its ongoing commitment to preserving our Jewish
heritage. Since January 1, 2003 and becoming affiliated with the Museum
of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, we have been
able to clear the data backlog and begin in earnest to implement systems
for presenting data in ways never before possible.

We have purchased and deployed three brand new higher-end servers to
handle the workload we are currently experiencing and that which we
anticipate in the near future. We have also been able to use one of the
older servers to migrate the Ellis Island Database systems for better
access.

To accomplish all we have done so far this year, we have nearly depleted
the funds that we raised >from the First Annual Appeal we began last year
at this time.

We know that if you review all that we have accomplished in 2003
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/WhatsNew.html and see what will be coming in a
few short weeks, you will agree that our commitment is stronger than ever!

Your commitment to JewishGen is more important than ever. Your financial
support will provide essential means for us to continue the momentum and
to allow JewishGen to share all of these exciting resources with our
growing global community.

JewishGen's Second Annual Appeal starts NOW!
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/>

Our goal, $1,000,000!

With your help, JewishGen will reach a milestone of over 1,000,000 new
records in 2003 alone. With your ongoing financial support along with
the tools and technical resources now in place, we can keep these
numbers growing at phenomenal rates. Look at it this way, for every
dollar you commit, you will be supporting one NEW record to be available
to the JewishGen community !

from time to time, we hear >from many of you who participate in the
JGFFAlert about the great success you have had with this value-added
service. Over the course of the next week, while we put the finishing
touches on "what" is to come, it would be great if those of you who have
had success with the JGFFAlert, or with any of JewishGen's other
services, could share these success stories with us all.

Not only would such sharing provide new ideas and concepts to help break
through specific barriers to research, but these stories are, in their
own way, perhaps the best testament to the commitment JewishGen has for
all who have an interest in their Jewish heritage.

Look around. Where else can one find the synergy of participation, the
commitment of resources, the sharing of information, and the creativity
for projects that can open up new opportunities for our research?

Your gift today will ensure that these objectives can be met. Your gift
today will ensure that we can bring forth records that have never before
been available to us.

We thank you all for your kind words and your support through 2003.
Together we can make this a year to remember!

Susan

Susan E. King
Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.
susan.king@jewishgen.org
http://www.jewishgen.org


Pre 1895 Records from Ugocsa Megye #hungary

Solomon <ariksolo@...>
 

Hi all,

My family comes >from a small village named Turcz, north-east of
Sate-Mare. This village was once part of the Ugocsa megye. In a visit
last summer, my parents managed to get records of their birth, and even
their parents'. When asking about records of their grandparents, they
were answered that all pre 1895 records are kept in the national
archives. I wonder if this is true for records >from Transylvania - were
they kept in Bucharest or rather in the local county seat (Nagyszallas
in the case of Ugocsa which today is part of Ukraine), or even maybe in
the current county capital (Satu-Mare) ?

Thanks for the help,

Arik Solomon
Petah Tikva
Israel

Searching for:

SOLOMON/SALAMON >from TURT/TURCZ
GRUN >from SATU-MARE/SZATMAR,SIGHET
NEUFELD >from VAMA/VAMFALU
FEIG >from RUSKOVA/VISOOROSZI
MARMOR >from SIGHET


Hungary SIG #Hungary See you in DC! #hungary

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As we put the finishing touches on our preparations for the 23rd
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy in Washington, DC, we look
forward to seeing many of you there. Always a highlight at these
conferences is reuniting with old friends and meeting new ones.

JewishGen is looking forward to several major announcements and the
launch of some very exciting research tools during our evening
presentation on Tuesday, July 22. You will see that we have been quite
busy behind the scenes this year.

JewishGen continues its ongoing commitment to preserving our Jewish
heritage. Since January 1, 2003 and becoming affiliated with the Museum
of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, we have been
able to clear the data backlog and begin in earnest to implement systems
for presenting data in ways never before possible.

We have purchased and deployed three brand new higher-end servers to
handle the workload we are currently experiencing and that which we
anticipate in the near future. We have also been able to use one of the
older servers to migrate the Ellis Island Database systems for better
access.

To accomplish all we have done so far this year, we have nearly depleted
the funds that we raised >from the First Annual Appeal we began last year
at this time.

We know that if you review all that we have accomplished in 2003
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/WhatsNew.html and see what will be coming in a
few short weeks, you will agree that our commitment is stronger than ever!

Your commitment to JewishGen is more important than ever. Your financial
support will provide essential means for us to continue the momentum and
to allow JewishGen to share all of these exciting resources with our
growing global community.

JewishGen's Second Annual Appeal starts NOW!
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/>

Our goal, $1,000,000!

With your help, JewishGen will reach a milestone of over 1,000,000 new
records in 2003 alone. With your ongoing financial support along with
the tools and technical resources now in place, we can keep these
numbers growing at phenomenal rates. Look at it this way, for every
dollar you commit, you will be supporting one NEW record to be available
to the JewishGen community !

from time to time, we hear >from many of you who participate in the
JGFFAlert about the great success you have had with this value-added
service. Over the course of the next week, while we put the finishing
touches on "what" is to come, it would be great if those of you who have
had success with the JGFFAlert, or with any of JewishGen's other
services, could share these success stories with us all.

Not only would such sharing provide new ideas and concepts to help break
through specific barriers to research, but these stories are, in their
own way, perhaps the best testament to the commitment JewishGen has for
all who have an interest in their Jewish heritage.

Look around. Where else can one find the synergy of participation, the
commitment of resources, the sharing of information, and the creativity
for projects that can open up new opportunities for our research?

Your gift today will ensure that these objectives can be met. Your gift
today will ensure that we can bring forth records that have never before
been available to us.

We thank you all for your kind words and your support through 2003.
Together we can make this a year to remember!

Susan

Susan E. King
Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.
susan.king@jewishgen.org
http://www.jewishgen.org


Hungary SIG #Hungary Pre 1895 Records from Ugocsa Megye #hungary

Solomon <ariksolo@...>
 

Hi all,

My family comes >from a small village named Turcz, north-east of
Sate-Mare. This village was once part of the Ugocsa megye. In a visit
last summer, my parents managed to get records of their birth, and even
their parents'. When asking about records of their grandparents, they
were answered that all pre 1895 records are kept in the national
archives. I wonder if this is true for records >from Transylvania - were
they kept in Bucharest or rather in the local county seat (Nagyszallas
in the case of Ugocsa which today is part of Ukraine), or even maybe in
the current county capital (Satu-Mare) ?

Thanks for the help,

Arik Solomon
Petah Tikva
Israel

Searching for:

SOLOMON/SALAMON >from TURT/TURCZ
GRUN >from SATU-MARE/SZATMAR,SIGHET
NEUFELD >from VAMA/VAMFALU
FEIG >from RUSKOVA/VISOOROSZI
MARMOR >from SIGHET


Research idea #hungary

alex p miller <alex-miller@...>
 

Hello Friends,

When we get to the beginning of 1800's, most of us reach that thick brick
wall where the records seem to dissolve into the mist of bygone times.
Any breach in this wall is worth gold.

One ray of light seems to come >from death records. Here is a case:

My Müller gggfather was born in village 'X" in Zemplen county in 1826. I
have been trying to determine how long had his family been in this
village. The census of 1812 shows no Müllers, but there are 2 listings of
first names that could be candidates. He married and moved to another
village where he spent the rest of his life and where I have done a lot
of research. Here among some records I found the death certificate of a
certain Hani Heimlich who was born as Hani Müller, in village 'X' in
1816. That seems to prove with high level of certainty that the Müllers
were indeed in that village at the time of the 1812 census and I can
safely consider the two 'wild card' candidates as ancestors.

Creating county wide death databases would be a great tool to break
through the brick wall. I welcome an comments

Best regards,

Alex Miller, Reading, PA


Moderator VK: Alex has identified the problem that I consider to be the biggest brick wall facing most of us who are researching Hungarian roots. Based on census data collected by those very precise Austrians, we know that the substantial increases in the Hungarian Jewish population that took place during the late 18th and early to mid-19th century were the result of in-migration. Many of our ancestors came >from Galicia during that period. Thanks to Henry Wellisch, we now know that it is possible to trace our roots back to the late 18th century. How should we organize our resources to make this leap back in the history of Hungarian Jewry? Please give me your thoughts because this is clearly a matter worth discussion at the H-SIG business meeting in Washington. I hope to include input >from the many landsmen (and landswomen!) who participate in our discussions but can't join us in Washington. How shall we proceed?


Re: Name equivalents #hungary

Robert Neu
 

All this is true. The same person may be listed in the same register
with different given names, but usually either starting letter or
meaning the same name. I have ancestors who appear as Marton, Moritz or
Markus, Simon or Samuel, Betti or Ezsebet.You have to evaluate the
other information to determine if it is the same person (age, location,
other people named in the same record.)
Robert Neu
--- Gary@FamilyD.com wrote:

Omri,

In my research of Miskolc, I have examples of Ignac and Isaac being
the
same person, but as I (and others) have stated previously, there were
no
rules on naming.

Equivalents are not always the same. They could certainly be the same
people but just as easily not be.

Sorry if this doesn't clear things up.

Gary Deutsch
Atlanta, Georgia





"Omri Arnon" <Omri@netvisio
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
n.net.il>
Subject: [h-sig] Name equivalents



In the Nagykanizsa community book I found registrations (in Hebrew)
of
contributions made, among others, by people in my family. One of the
contributions was made by a Isar (or Isser) son of Pesach REINITZ. I
have
an
Ignac son of Peter REINITZ in my family. could these names be
equivalents?
If not what would be the equivalents of Peter and Ignac? Ignac is
usually
translated to Yitzhak, but I have not found any equivalents of Peter
(could
Feitel be a possibility ?).

Thanks,

Omri Arnon
Israel


Hungary SIG #Hungary Research idea #hungary

alex p miller <alex-miller@...>
 

Hello Friends,

When we get to the beginning of 1800's, most of us reach that thick brick
wall where the records seem to dissolve into the mist of bygone times.
Any breach in this wall is worth gold.

One ray of light seems to come >from death records. Here is a case:

My Müller gggfather was born in village 'X" in Zemplen county in 1826. I
have been trying to determine how long had his family been in this
village. The census of 1812 shows no Müllers, but there are 2 listings of
first names that could be candidates. He married and moved to another
village where he spent the rest of his life and where I have done a lot
of research. Here among some records I found the death certificate of a
certain Hani Heimlich who was born as Hani Müller, in village 'X' in
1816. That seems to prove with high level of certainty that the Müllers
were indeed in that village at the time of the 1812 census and I can
safely consider the two 'wild card' candidates as ancestors.

Creating county wide death databases would be a great tool to break
through the brick wall. I welcome an comments

Best regards,

Alex Miller, Reading, PA


Moderator VK: Alex has identified the problem that I consider to be the biggest brick wall facing most of us who are researching Hungarian roots. Based on census data collected by those very precise Austrians, we know that the substantial increases in the Hungarian Jewish population that took place during the late 18th and early to mid-19th century were the result of in-migration. Many of our ancestors came >from Galicia during that period. Thanks to Henry Wellisch, we now know that it is possible to trace our roots back to the late 18th century. How should we organize our resources to make this leap back in the history of Hungarian Jewry? Please give me your thoughts because this is clearly a matter worth discussion at the H-SIG business meeting in Washington. I hope to include input >from the many landsmen (and landswomen!) who participate in our discussions but can't join us in Washington. How shall we proceed?


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Name equivalents #hungary

Robert Neu
 

All this is true. The same person may be listed in the same register
with different given names, but usually either starting letter or
meaning the same name. I have ancestors who appear as Marton, Moritz or
Markus, Simon or Samuel, Betti or Ezsebet.You have to evaluate the
other information to determine if it is the same person (age, location,
other people named in the same record.)
Robert Neu
--- Gary@FamilyD.com wrote:

Omri,

In my research of Miskolc, I have examples of Ignac and Isaac being
the
same person, but as I (and others) have stated previously, there were
no
rules on naming.

Equivalents are not always the same. They could certainly be the same
people but just as easily not be.

Sorry if this doesn't clear things up.

Gary Deutsch
Atlanta, Georgia





"Omri Arnon" <Omri@netvisio
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
n.net.il>
Subject: [h-sig] Name equivalents



In the Nagykanizsa community book I found registrations (in Hebrew)
of
contributions made, among others, by people in my family. One of the
contributions was made by a Isar (or Isser) son of Pesach REINITZ. I
have
an
Ignac son of Peter REINITZ in my family. could these names be
equivalents?
If not what would be the equivalents of Peter and Ignac? Ignac is
usually
translated to Yitzhak, but I have not found any equivalents of Peter
(could
Feitel be a possibility ?).

Thanks,

Omri Arnon
Israel


Information on family names living at Apartment House - 469 Alabama Ave,Brooklyn,NY years 1951-1958 #general

Barbara <cbwilk@...>
 

I have some information that might come in handy for someone's search.
My Grandfather Samual Berzak,owned an apartment house in Brooklyn Ny. I
have the acct book >from the years of 1952-1958.
Apartment house was 469 Alabama Ave,Brooklyn,Ny
The ledger only has last names.If I see a first name I will post it .
1951 Some dates of death are listed.
year 1951
Freidman
Sterling**died Dec 7/1953
Skelmik
Cornfied Cohen
Mack*moved out sept 28,1951


kaplan
Linny
Zipper
Abredsky
Goldstein
Pendroff* moved sept 9, 1953
Sprung
Levy
Iefkowitz(lifkowitz)
Finn
Jermsky
Markowitz *moved sept 15/1953***
Feldstein
Berkowiyz
levine
Skelnik
Maller
Berkowitz *moved 12/4/57 to 475 Hazel street*

***1953***Different names in the acct book
Bergin
Cornfield Cohen***died feb 1954
Bessan Massel (moved in May 1 ,1952)
Gerber Mishel(first name i think)( moved out Oct 1,1951)
Levin
Crosby(first name nathan) moved Jan 15/52
Koandel***(died march 8,1954)

***August*** 1953***8 Charles Stahl moved in Aug 31 1953

***April 1954*** new name to acct book ***
Epstein,Hoffman,Shapiro,newman,Stahll, Larry Kaufman

***August 1955***new name in acct book - Girona,
Katz Martin(moved in March 15/55 mother in law 793 Vermont N1-9-5571
(apt 21)(In 1955 Epstein moved)

*** aug 1957** new names- Gerenstein,Bada
Pedro,Requero,Torres,breqel,Roth

**1958**
Angelo Miotto apt 16 moved in Aug 1,1958

Winthrup street (brown stone)
May 1959 Charney Buck apt # 94
Oct 1959 Cohen (front apt O.P.A

Barbara Wilkenshoff( Elizabeth City,NC,USA)
searching
GAMSA,GAMSZ,GAMSE(and other spelling),SHULAR,BERZAK, LEVINE


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Information on family names living at Apartment House - 469 Alabama Ave,Brooklyn,NY years 1951-1958 #general

Barbara <cbwilk@...>
 

I have some information that might come in handy for someone's search.
My Grandfather Samual Berzak,owned an apartment house in Brooklyn Ny. I
have the acct book >from the years of 1952-1958.
Apartment house was 469 Alabama Ave,Brooklyn,Ny
The ledger only has last names.If I see a first name I will post it .
1951 Some dates of death are listed.
year 1951
Freidman
Sterling**died Dec 7/1953
Skelmik
Cornfied Cohen
Mack*moved out sept 28,1951


kaplan
Linny
Zipper
Abredsky
Goldstein
Pendroff* moved sept 9, 1953
Sprung
Levy
Iefkowitz(lifkowitz)
Finn
Jermsky
Markowitz *moved sept 15/1953***
Feldstein
Berkowiyz
levine
Skelnik
Maller
Berkowitz *moved 12/4/57 to 475 Hazel street*

***1953***Different names in the acct book
Bergin
Cornfield Cohen***died feb 1954
Bessan Massel (moved in May 1 ,1952)
Gerber Mishel(first name i think)( moved out Oct 1,1951)
Levin
Crosby(first name nathan) moved Jan 15/52
Koandel***(died march 8,1954)

***August*** 1953***8 Charles Stahl moved in Aug 31 1953

***April 1954*** new name to acct book ***
Epstein,Hoffman,Shapiro,newman,Stahll, Larry Kaufman

***August 1955***new name in acct book - Girona,
Katz Martin(moved in March 15/55 mother in law 793 Vermont N1-9-5571
(apt 21)(In 1955 Epstein moved)

*** aug 1957** new names- Gerenstein,Bada
Pedro,Requero,Torres,breqel,Roth

**1958**
Angelo Miotto apt 16 moved in Aug 1,1958

Winthrup street (brown stone)
May 1959 Charney Buck apt # 94
Oct 1959 Cohen (front apt O.P.A

Barbara Wilkenshoff( Elizabeth City,NC,USA)
searching
GAMSA,GAMSZ,GAMSE(and other spelling),SHULAR,BERZAK, LEVINE


DC2003 Update (Important) #general

Elias Savada <elias@...>
 

Our registration company, deep into the packet preparation cycle for the
forthcoming conference, has closed off all phone registrations and
additions to pre-existing registrations. Please do not contact them at
this time. If you procrastinated for an early week SIG luncheon (not
available for purchase at the hotel during the conference because of a 72-
hour catering commitment), I will offer one last ditch solution, but it
will cost you a little more for this personalized service. If you notify
me no later than next Wednesday noon that you want to attend any of the
luncheons to be held on Monday (Belarus and Germany) or Tuesday (Galicia
and Latvia) during the conference week, tickets, at $30 each, will be
reserved. Incomplete or erroneous emails will not be processed; specify
exactly which luncheon and which day and which type of meal (kosher or non-
kosher). Make sure you get it right the first time. Also, and most
important, you will be held liable for payment, even if you do not attend.
By sending me a request, we expect and demand that you honor your
commitment.

You should email credit card information to me (number/exp. date/name on
card)to reserve your spot(s). This will be processed as an add-on item
when you receive your conference credentials. If you wish to pay by cash
or check, payment will be required at the time you arrive to pick up your
registration packet. This offer does not include SIG luncheons for
Wednesday or Thursday, which can be purchased at the hotel no later than
Sunday or Monday conference week.

===
Elias Savada
Co-Chair, 23rd IAJGS Conference on Jewish Genealogy
July 20-25, 2003 - Washington DC
www.jewishgen.org/dc2003
(please respond to esavada@mac.com)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen DC2003 Update (Important) #general

Elias Savada <elias@...>
 

Our registration company, deep into the packet preparation cycle for the
forthcoming conference, has closed off all phone registrations and
additions to pre-existing registrations. Please do not contact them at
this time. If you procrastinated for an early week SIG luncheon (not
available for purchase at the hotel during the conference because of a 72-
hour catering commitment), I will offer one last ditch solution, but it
will cost you a little more for this personalized service. If you notify
me no later than next Wednesday noon that you want to attend any of the
luncheons to be held on Monday (Belarus and Germany) or Tuesday (Galicia
and Latvia) during the conference week, tickets, at $30 each, will be
reserved. Incomplete or erroneous emails will not be processed; specify
exactly which luncheon and which day and which type of meal (kosher or non-
kosher). Make sure you get it right the first time. Also, and most
important, you will be held liable for payment, even if you do not attend.
By sending me a request, we expect and demand that you honor your
commitment.

You should email credit card information to me (number/exp. date/name on
card)to reserve your spot(s). This will be processed as an add-on item
when you receive your conference credentials. If you wish to pay by cash
or check, payment will be required at the time you arrive to pick up your
registration packet. This offer does not include SIG luncheons for
Wednesday or Thursday, which can be purchased at the hotel no later than
Sunday or Monday conference week.

===
Elias Savada
Co-Chair, 23rd IAJGS Conference on Jewish Genealogy
July 20-25, 2003 - Washington DC
www.jewishgen.org/dc2003
(please respond to esavada@mac.com)