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KARZ from Krakow region #galicia

karz_galicia@...
 

Hello,

we are new to this list.
We are researching the KARZ family >from the Krakow region. Unfortunately we
know so little about our anchestor Max KARZ and his family. Max was born
about 1890 in a town near Krakow and after World War I expelled to Romania
(Transylvania), where he settled down and had 3 children (two of them emigrated
later to Germany). >from 1940 until Sept. 1944 he was arrested in Concentration
Camp Tirgu Jiu/Romania. He died in 1946. There are rumours that he had at least
2 brothers and perhaps a sister, who stayed near Krakow. One of his brothers
had a warehouse or shop in Krakow or near Krakow. We are wondering if anyone
knows perhaps something about KARZ families who lived near Krakow or
somewhere else in this region. Every help is appreciated.

Regards Almut Reimer
Stuttgart, Germany
mailto:karz_galicia@gmx.net


Re: From Stropkov to Jerusalem #hungary

Avraham <avrofek@...>
 

Hi Al,
I'm sorry that I don't have any more information now than I did when I
posted those questions.
Happy new year,
Avraham

----- Original Message -----
From: "alex p miller" <alex-miller@juno.com>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: 23 September 2003 2:26 PM
Subject: [h-sig] Re: >from Stropkov to Jerusalem


My GGM came to (then Turkish/Ottoman) Jerusalem in 1907 to die.
1)Would she have needed a Hungarian/Austrian passport or other
travel > document?
Shalom Avi,

Did you ever get an answer to this question? I often wondered about this,
what where the regulations for travel prior to 1914!

The MOrmons have films on passports of Austrian subjects, but there is no
sorting of any kind and is not by religion. So it is a r e a l
haystack

Best Regards,

Alex Miller, Reading, PA


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia KARZ from Krakow region #galicia

karz_galicia@...
 

Hello,

we are new to this list.
We are researching the KARZ family >from the Krakow region. Unfortunately we
know so little about our anchestor Max KARZ and his family. Max was born
about 1890 in a town near Krakow and after World War I expelled to Romania
(Transylvania), where he settled down and had 3 children (two of them emigrated
later to Germany). >from 1940 until Sept. 1944 he was arrested in Concentration
Camp Tirgu Jiu/Romania. He died in 1946. There are rumours that he had at least
2 brothers and perhaps a sister, who stayed near Krakow. One of his brothers
had a warehouse or shop in Krakow or near Krakow. We are wondering if anyone
knows perhaps something about KARZ families who lived near Krakow or
somewhere else in this region. Every help is appreciated.

Regards Almut Reimer
Stuttgart, Germany
mailto:karz_galicia@gmx.net


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: From Stropkov to Jerusalem #hungary

Avraham <avrofek@...>
 

Hi Al,
I'm sorry that I don't have any more information now than I did when I
posted those questions.
Happy new year,
Avraham

----- Original Message -----
From: "alex p miller" <alex-miller@juno.com>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: 23 September 2003 2:26 PM
Subject: [h-sig] Re: >from Stropkov to Jerusalem


My GGM came to (then Turkish/Ottoman) Jerusalem in 1907 to die.
1)Would she have needed a Hungarian/Austrian passport or other
travel > document?
Shalom Avi,

Did you ever get an answer to this question? I often wondered about this,
what where the regulations for travel prior to 1914!

The MOrmons have films on passports of Austrian subjects, but there is no
sorting of any kind and is not by religion. So it is a r e a l
haystack

Best Regards,

Alex Miller, Reading, PA


Re: Kernkraut & Trinidad #galicia

NFatouros@...
 

In a message dated 10/1/03 10:53:35 AM, Judy Kernkraut Kasman (
family@kasman.com) writes:

<< I'm researching the family of my late father, Samuel Kernkraut, who was
born
in Oswiecim in 1905. Their father was Asher Zelig. Samuel and three
brothers, Charles, Max and Israel (there was a 5th brother, name unknown to
me), moved to Trinidad in the (late?) 1930s where they lived until 1949.
My father and Max came to Toronto, Charles and Israel moved to New York.
My father married my mother (a Litvak!) in Toronto in 1950. Since my father
died in 1961 and no brothers remain alive, I don't know a lot about their
early years. I'm wondering if anyone knows about these Kernkrauts and/or
other Galicianers who left Poland for Trinidad.

Regards, Judy (Kernkraut) Kasman
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

>>

There is some information about the history of Trinidad Jews, especially
those who fled Hitler during the 1930's at:


http://www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/atl-caribbean/trintob.html

A little more information about Trinidad Jews can also be found by scrolling
down the page at:

http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/4952/Caribbean.htm

A descripion of a documentary film entitled "Oskar and Jack" about twins
born of German woman and a Romanian-Jewish man, one of which twins went with his
father to Trinidad during the 1930s, while the other stayed with his mother
and became a member of the Hitler Youth, can be read at:

http://members.aol.com/jewfilm/jewo.html

I did a cursory seach for "KERNKRAUT" at the JRI-PL website (Jewish Records
Indexing Project-Poland, I used the Daitch Mokotoff soundex utility for the
search. There was no listing for Oswiecim, but Ms, Kasman may want to try this
search herself for KERNKRAUT or for any alternative soundex spellings this name
at:

http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~jripllat

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa,St. Petersburg and
Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN, Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY,
WEIL, Mulhouse; SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol, Podwolochisk,
Berdichev; BEHAM, Salok and Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY, Ostryna.

[MODERATOR NOTE: further discussion of Trinidad should continue in private]


Budapest Marriage Records #hungary

Kathy Silbert-Sanders <kathyleigh26@...>
 

I didn't know that the LDS library had marriage records >from Budapest. How
does one access them?

:) Kathy

Moderator VK: I took the liberty of changing the subject line for this message to describe the content of the message. Check the on-line FHL catalog at http://www.familysearch.org or visit a local branch of the FHL to find out if the records you are seeking have been filmed. You are more likely to receive an answer to your question if you can provide more specific information about the years you are searching.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Kernkraut & Trinidad #galicia

NFatouros@...
 

In a message dated 10/1/03 10:53:35 AM, Judy Kernkraut Kasman (
family@kasman.com) writes:

<< I'm researching the family of my late father, Samuel Kernkraut, who was
born
in Oswiecim in 1905. Their father was Asher Zelig. Samuel and three
brothers, Charles, Max and Israel (there was a 5th brother, name unknown to
me), moved to Trinidad in the (late?) 1930s where they lived until 1949.
My father and Max came to Toronto, Charles and Israel moved to New York.
My father married my mother (a Litvak!) in Toronto in 1950. Since my father
died in 1961 and no brothers remain alive, I don't know a lot about their
early years. I'm wondering if anyone knows about these Kernkrauts and/or
other Galicianers who left Poland for Trinidad.

Regards, Judy (Kernkraut) Kasman
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

>>

There is some information about the history of Trinidad Jews, especially
those who fled Hitler during the 1930's at:


http://www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/atl-caribbean/trintob.html

A little more information about Trinidad Jews can also be found by scrolling
down the page at:

http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/4952/Caribbean.htm

A descripion of a documentary film entitled "Oskar and Jack" about twins
born of German woman and a Romanian-Jewish man, one of which twins went with his
father to Trinidad during the 1930s, while the other stayed with his mother
and became a member of the Hitler Youth, can be read at:

http://members.aol.com/jewfilm/jewo.html

I did a cursory seach for "KERNKRAUT" at the JRI-PL website (Jewish Records
Indexing Project-Poland, I used the Daitch Mokotoff soundex utility for the
search. There was no listing for Oswiecim, but Ms, Kasman may want to try this
search herself for KERNKRAUT or for any alternative soundex spellings this name
at:

http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~jripllat

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa,St. Petersburg and
Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN, Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY,
WEIL, Mulhouse; SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol, Podwolochisk,
Berdichev; BEHAM, Salok and Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY, Ostryna.

[MODERATOR NOTE: further discussion of Trinidad should continue in private]


Hungary SIG #Hungary Budapest Marriage Records #hungary

Kathy Silbert-Sanders <kathyleigh26@...>
 

I didn't know that the LDS library had marriage records >from Budapest. How
does one access them?

:) Kathy

Moderator VK: I took the liberty of changing the subject line for this message to describe the content of the message. Check the on-line FHL catalog at http://www.familysearch.org or visit a local branch of the FHL to find out if the records you are seeking have been filmed. You are more likely to receive an answer to your question if you can provide more specific information about the years you are searching.


NEW DATES: Jerusalem 2004 Conference #galicia

Shelley K. Pollero
 

NEW DATES: The IAJGS Conference will now be held in >from July 4-9, 2004. It
will still be held at the Renaissance Hotel in Jerusalem, according to the
Israel Genealogical Society, hosts of the conference.

The Conference web site is: http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004/

Shelley K. Pollero, Coordinator
Gesher Galicia
Severna Park, Maryland
rkpollero@comcast.net
http://www.jewishgen.org/galicia


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia NEW DATES: Jerusalem 2004 Conference #galicia

Shelley K. Pollero
 

NEW DATES: The IAJGS Conference will now be held in >from July 4-9, 2004. It
will still be held at the Renaissance Hotel in Jerusalem, according to the
Israel Genealogical Society, hosts of the conference.

The Conference web site is: http://www.ortra.com/jgen2004/

Shelley K. Pollero, Coordinator
Gesher Galicia
Severna Park, Maryland
rkpollero@comcast.net
http://www.jewishgen.org/galicia


Verifying information #hungary

milton braslow <mbraslow@...>
 

Dear HSig members:
L'shona Tova to one and all.
I am starting the New Year doubting my sanity. Information I have about my
f/g/m ROSIE KLEIN is that she was born to Moritz and Fany (Heisler) Klein
in Bereg Munkacs Hungary on 3/10/1862. She came to US on 6/11/1887. She
married Marcus Merling on 11/28/1895 and had 3 children. Rachel (1896)
Emanuel (who died as a baby) and my Dad Morris Merling (1906).
I found them in the 1880 census. They are listed as Moritz Klein, 38, wife
Fany Klein, 28, Mary dtr,15, Ignatz, son, 13, Amelia, dtr, 8, Leopold, son,
6, Rosie, dtr, 2.
That makes her born in 1878 and about 8 yrs old when she married. I don't
know any of her siblings names, and this could be the wrong family, but what
are the chances
of Moritz Merling, marrying a Fany and having a child Rosie....and it not
being the family you are researching?
I canot find the ship that is listed on her " intent" papers. SS Varrows.
I even looked in 1878 and looked for Nov 6 because I thought an American
might get the "Yiddish" backward....
but absolutely nothing found.
Any advice. Any help, any suggestions would be very greatly appreciated.
The group has helped me on this before. They translated the "Berwich
Munich" to Bereg Munkacs. Such a tale!
Sincerely,
Maxine Potchinsky
Binghamton NY
Researching: HEISLER Bereg,
Munkacs, Hungary, Romania
GALI
Bereg, Munkacs, Hungary,Romania
KLEIN
Bereg Munkacs Hungary/Romania
MERLING
Bokowina
AXELROD
Molodechno, Belarus
ZARETSKY (SARETSKY) "
"
ZALTSBERG (SALTSBERG) Kaunas, Lithuania
POTCHINSKY (POCHINKA) Berdechiv, Ukraine
LERNER "
"
MALERSTEIN Bokowina
GHYET
Berdichev, Ukraine
SNYDER
Urah? Russia/Romania
SWADE
" "
WALDENBERG Kaunas,
Lithuania


Hungary SIG #Hungary Verifying information #hungary

milton braslow <mbraslow@...>
 

Dear HSig members:
L'shona Tova to one and all.
I am starting the New Year doubting my sanity. Information I have about my
f/g/m ROSIE KLEIN is that she was born to Moritz and Fany (Heisler) Klein
in Bereg Munkacs Hungary on 3/10/1862. She came to US on 6/11/1887. She
married Marcus Merling on 11/28/1895 and had 3 children. Rachel (1896)
Emanuel (who died as a baby) and my Dad Morris Merling (1906).
I found them in the 1880 census. They are listed as Moritz Klein, 38, wife
Fany Klein, 28, Mary dtr,15, Ignatz, son, 13, Amelia, dtr, 8, Leopold, son,
6, Rosie, dtr, 2.
That makes her born in 1878 and about 8 yrs old when she married. I don't
know any of her siblings names, and this could be the wrong family, but what
are the chances
of Moritz Merling, marrying a Fany and having a child Rosie....and it not
being the family you are researching?
I canot find the ship that is listed on her " intent" papers. SS Varrows.
I even looked in 1878 and looked for Nov 6 because I thought an American
might get the "Yiddish" backward....
but absolutely nothing found.
Any advice. Any help, any suggestions would be very greatly appreciated.
The group has helped me on this before. They translated the "Berwich
Munich" to Bereg Munkacs. Such a tale!
Sincerely,
Maxine Potchinsky
Binghamton NY
Researching: HEISLER Bereg,
Munkacs, Hungary, Romania
GALI
Bereg, Munkacs, Hungary,Romania
KLEIN
Bereg Munkacs Hungary/Romania
MERLING
Bokowina
AXELROD
Molodechno, Belarus
ZARETSKY (SARETSKY) "
"
ZALTSBERG (SALTSBERG) Kaunas, Lithuania
POTCHINSKY (POCHINKA) Berdechiv, Ukraine
LERNER "
"
MALERSTEIN Bokowina
GHYET
Berdichev, Ukraine
SNYDER
Urah? Russia/Romania
SWADE
" "
WALDENBERG Kaunas,
Lithuania


Sources of Hungarian / Hebrew printed works, music, spoken CDs, etc. #hungary

Marilyn Sheridan <marilyns@...>
 

Oops, this should have been plain text, not HTML. Sorry.

----- Original Message -----
From: Marilyn Sheridan
To: JewishGen,
Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 7:47 AM
Subject: Sources of Hungarian / Hebrew printed works, music, spoken CDs,
etc.


Dear H-SIG group,

I have just returned >from Budapest, where I met two second cousins -
Holocaust survivors - whom I had located with the help of various JewishGen
and other Jewish resources. (Their mother's mother and my father's mother
were sisters.)

Our families had been separated since before 1938, and none of us knew until
recently that the others had survived. My cousins do not speak one word of
English, and I speak no Hungarian; so they arranged for translators. Our
meeting in Budapest was a joyous reunion, tinged with great sadness about
our tragic histories and losses.

Both my cousins were brought up secular. Their father and one grandfather
had been murdered in the Holocaust, and their mother was frightened to
expose them to danger, although she lived as a Jew until her long life ended
quite recently. The Russian takeover intervened, further suppressing
religious expression.

One of my second cousins is very interested in his religious heritage. Even
before we met, I searched unsuccessfully by internet for Hungarian and
Hungarian / Hebrew Jewish resources, starting with the most basic
information for converts and also for children. And after my tour of the
magnificent Dohany Synagogue last week, I did not have time to examine the
items available in their little shop.

Can anyone provide a web address or other source for Hungarian or Hungarian
/ Hebrew information?

I realize this is slightly off-topic for genealogy, so I hope the moderator
will allow this one-time request.

Please respond privately.

Marilyn Sheridan
Tucson, AZ, USA

marilyns@dakotacom.net


Re: BASS, FRIEDENFELD, MITTLER & other Nyitra names and places #hungary

Bob Lenk
 

I have a great-great-grandmother whose name I have seen as
Catherina MITTLER or MISSLER. She was born in 1825, and I have
seen the birthplace as Szobotist (I assume modern Sobotiste)
and as Chropov, in Nyitra County.

She married Sigmund KOLISCH, and they lived in Stupava, and later
in Vienna, where she died in 1902.

At this point, this is all I know of her.

Bob Lenk
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

Rebecca Fenning wrote:


I recently got a bundle of research back >from Slovakia and wanted to update
you all with these (many of them new) names and places, in hopes that
someone out there is researching the same family or the same town.

David BASS, b ca 1811-1814 married Hany MITTLER (b ca1820-1822, Vrbovce) in
1840, and settled (it seems) in Rybky (now Rohovske Rybky) in Nyitra, SVK.
They both died in 1885 in Rybky. They had 7 children:

1. Jakob Nathan Bass (my gg-gf*) b 1845
2. Rosi b 1846; m. Israel KAUFMANN; d. Vienna, 1920s
3. Simon, b 1848 m. Fani REBHUHNA
4. Markus/Leopold b 1853
5. Wilhelm b 1856
6. Hany b 1860
7. Kati b 1862, m. Markus FREED, emigrated to Cleveland, Ohio; d. 1953, San
Diego, CA

My gg-gf Nathan Bass married Amalia FRIEDENFELD, (born 1847 in Hlboke) in
Hlboke in 1870. Amalia died in Vienna in 1906 & Nathan in Vienna in 1931.
They had 12 children, born in Rybky. :

1. Hermann Bass, b 1871, lived Budapest
2. Wilhelm b 1872, m. Therese Feuer, lived Vienna, d 1940s, Riga
3. Leonora/Helene (my g-gm) b 1874, m. Emil HOFFER, lived Vienna, d 1940
Havana, Cuba
4. Isidor/Leopold b 1875, lived Vienna
5. Rosa b 1875 (Leopold’s twin)
6. Salamon 1877-1879
7. Franz b 1878, m. Margit GRUEN, d 1948 Brazil
8. Gustav b 1880, m. Charlotte HERLINGER, d 1957, Cleveland Ohio
9. Johanna b 1882 m Max FRIEDENFELD, d 1942 Maly Trostinec
10. Sali/Rosa b 1884 m Bernhard PASCHKUSZ, d 1952 Haifa
11. Hany/Hermine b 1886 m Sigmund NATZLER d 1944-5 Auschwitz
12. David/Deszo b 1888 m Ella JELLINEK d 1942 Zamosc

Amalia was the daughter of Nathan Herman Hirsch FRIEDENFELD, b 1808 in
Senica. He married Jozefa DONARD/DONATH, b 1811 in Hlboke. Nathan died in
1866 in Hlboke. They had 9 children born in Hlboke:

1. Marie b 1833 m. David NAGEL >from Brezova pod Bradlom
2. Salamon b 1834 m.1. Netty SCHINDLER; m2. Cecilia BLOCH, d. 1918 Vienna
3. Bethy b 1836 m. Adolf BLEDI; both died in 1866
4. Rozalia-Saly b 1839 m Max HERLINGER d 1929 Vienna – poss. parents of
Charlotte, above, who married Gustav Bass
5. Sigmund b 1843 m Resi WEISSFELD, lived Breclav, Moravia – parents of Max
above, who married Johanna Bass
6. Samuel b 1849
7. Franz 1850-1869
8. Moritz-Moses b 1855 d 1906 Vienna
9. Leni b 1858-60 m Samuel FRANKL

Thanks for your patience – there are a lot of names here and a handful of
towns too. Let me know if you have any of these names or places in your
family tree somewhere!

Rebecca Fenning
Los Angeles, CA


Hungary SIG #Hungary Sources of Hungarian / Hebrew printed works, music, spoken CDs, etc. #hungary

Marilyn Sheridan <marilyns@...>
 

Oops, this should have been plain text, not HTML. Sorry.

----- Original Message -----
From: Marilyn Sheridan
To: JewishGen,
Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 7:47 AM
Subject: Sources of Hungarian / Hebrew printed works, music, spoken CDs,
etc.


Dear H-SIG group,

I have just returned >from Budapest, where I met two second cousins -
Holocaust survivors - whom I had located with the help of various JewishGen
and other Jewish resources. (Their mother's mother and my father's mother
were sisters.)

Our families had been separated since before 1938, and none of us knew until
recently that the others had survived. My cousins do not speak one word of
English, and I speak no Hungarian; so they arranged for translators. Our
meeting in Budapest was a joyous reunion, tinged with great sadness about
our tragic histories and losses.

Both my cousins were brought up secular. Their father and one grandfather
had been murdered in the Holocaust, and their mother was frightened to
expose them to danger, although she lived as a Jew until her long life ended
quite recently. The Russian takeover intervened, further suppressing
religious expression.

One of my second cousins is very interested in his religious heritage. Even
before we met, I searched unsuccessfully by internet for Hungarian and
Hungarian / Hebrew Jewish resources, starting with the most basic
information for converts and also for children. And after my tour of the
magnificent Dohany Synagogue last week, I did not have time to examine the
items available in their little shop.

Can anyone provide a web address or other source for Hungarian or Hungarian
/ Hebrew information?

I realize this is slightly off-topic for genealogy, so I hope the moderator
will allow this one-time request.

Please respond privately.

Marilyn Sheridan
Tucson, AZ, USA

marilyns@dakotacom.net


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: BASS, FRIEDENFELD, MITTLER & other Nyitra names and places #hungary

Bob Lenk
 

I have a great-great-grandmother whose name I have seen as
Catherina MITTLER or MISSLER. She was born in 1825, and I have
seen the birthplace as Szobotist (I assume modern Sobotiste)
and as Chropov, in Nyitra County.

She married Sigmund KOLISCH, and they lived in Stupava, and later
in Vienna, where she died in 1902.

At this point, this is all I know of her.

Bob Lenk
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

Rebecca Fenning wrote:


I recently got a bundle of research back >from Slovakia and wanted to update
you all with these (many of them new) names and places, in hopes that
someone out there is researching the same family or the same town.

David BASS, b ca 1811-1814 married Hany MITTLER (b ca1820-1822, Vrbovce) in
1840, and settled (it seems) in Rybky (now Rohovske Rybky) in Nyitra, SVK.
They both died in 1885 in Rybky. They had 7 children:

1. Jakob Nathan Bass (my gg-gf*) b 1845
2. Rosi b 1846; m. Israel KAUFMANN; d. Vienna, 1920s
3. Simon, b 1848 m. Fani REBHUHNA
4. Markus/Leopold b 1853
5. Wilhelm b 1856
6. Hany b 1860
7. Kati b 1862, m. Markus FREED, emigrated to Cleveland, Ohio; d. 1953, San
Diego, CA

My gg-gf Nathan Bass married Amalia FRIEDENFELD, (born 1847 in Hlboke) in
Hlboke in 1870. Amalia died in Vienna in 1906 & Nathan in Vienna in 1931.
They had 12 children, born in Rybky. :

1. Hermann Bass, b 1871, lived Budapest
2. Wilhelm b 1872, m. Therese Feuer, lived Vienna, d 1940s, Riga
3. Leonora/Helene (my g-gm) b 1874, m. Emil HOFFER, lived Vienna, d 1940
Havana, Cuba
4. Isidor/Leopold b 1875, lived Vienna
5. Rosa b 1875 (Leopold’s twin)
6. Salamon 1877-1879
7. Franz b 1878, m. Margit GRUEN, d 1948 Brazil
8. Gustav b 1880, m. Charlotte HERLINGER, d 1957, Cleveland Ohio
9. Johanna b 1882 m Max FRIEDENFELD, d 1942 Maly Trostinec
10. Sali/Rosa b 1884 m Bernhard PASCHKUSZ, d 1952 Haifa
11. Hany/Hermine b 1886 m Sigmund NATZLER d 1944-5 Auschwitz
12. David/Deszo b 1888 m Ella JELLINEK d 1942 Zamosc

Amalia was the daughter of Nathan Herman Hirsch FRIEDENFELD, b 1808 in
Senica. He married Jozefa DONARD/DONATH, b 1811 in Hlboke. Nathan died in
1866 in Hlboke. They had 9 children born in Hlboke:

1. Marie b 1833 m. David NAGEL >from Brezova pod Bradlom
2. Salamon b 1834 m.1. Netty SCHINDLER; m2. Cecilia BLOCH, d. 1918 Vienna
3. Bethy b 1836 m. Adolf BLEDI; both died in 1866
4. Rozalia-Saly b 1839 m Max HERLINGER d 1929 Vienna – poss. parents of
Charlotte, above, who married Gustav Bass
5. Sigmund b 1843 m Resi WEISSFELD, lived Breclav, Moravia – parents of Max
above, who married Johanna Bass
6. Samuel b 1849
7. Franz 1850-1869
8. Moritz-Moses b 1855 d 1906 Vienna
9. Leni b 1858-60 m Samuel FRANKL

Thanks for your patience – there are a lot of names here and a handful of
towns too. Let me know if you have any of these names or places in your
family tree somewhere!

Rebecca Fenning
Los Angeles, CA


Seeking a Genealogist in Budapest to Locate a Birth Record #hungary

Gary Gershfield <gmgkpc@...>
 

I need some assistance in finding a genealogist who would
research a birth record of an ancestor of mine,who was born between
1899--1905.
I was unsuccessful through the Mormon library,as well as writing
to the Hungarian Embassy in Washington D.C.
I believe the family lived in Budapest District IX,as this
where the other siblings were born.
Thank you for any assistance you can provide.Please respond
privately.
Sincerely,
Gary Gershfield
Forest Hills,NY
Researching SZIRMAY >from Budapest


Re: NEW BOOK "When Angels Fooled the World" #hungary

BruceKitty@...
 

where can one purchase the book "When ANgels Fooled the World"?
Thanks,
Kitty


Hungary SIG #Hungary Seeking a Genealogist in Budapest to Locate a Birth Record #hungary

Gary Gershfield <gmgkpc@...>
 

I need some assistance in finding a genealogist who would
research a birth record of an ancestor of mine,who was born between
1899--1905.
I was unsuccessful through the Mormon library,as well as writing
to the Hungarian Embassy in Washington D.C.
I believe the family lived in Budapest District IX,as this
where the other siblings were born.
Thank you for any assistance you can provide.Please respond
privately.
Sincerely,
Gary Gershfield
Forest Hills,NY
Researching SZIRMAY >from Budapest


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: NEW BOOK "When Angels Fooled the World" #hungary

BruceKitty@...
 

where can one purchase the book "When ANgels Fooled the World"?
Thanks,
Kitty