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Freya Blitstein Maslov z'l #ukraine

Chuck Weinstein
 

It is with a sense of deep sadness I report the death of Freya Blitstein Maslov, long time coordinator of Ukraine SIG and a moderator of this Discussion Group right up to her death. She died Tuesday afternoon after a long illness. Freya was a Past President of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois and a board member of IAJGS for several years. She was one of the original organizers of the Ukraine Special Interest Group in 1995, and became coordinator of the SIG. As her health declined, she gave up most of her other duties, but continued on as a moderator.

She will be laid to rest at 1:30, Friday afternoon, October 11, at Westlawn Cemetery in Norridge, IL An online obituary will be posted in the Chicago Sun-Times when all of the arrangements are complete. Her family has requested donations be made in her memory to Hadassah Chicago, North Shore.

May her memory be for a blessing.

Chuck Weinstein
Towns Director, Ukraine SIG
Chuck1@...


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Freya Blitstein Maslov z'l #ukraine

Chuck Weinstein
 

It is with a sense of deep sadness I report the death of Freya Blitstein Maslov, long time coordinator of Ukraine SIG and a moderator of this Discussion Group right up to her death. She died Tuesday afternoon after a long illness. Freya was a Past President of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois and a board member of IAJGS for several years. She was one of the original organizers of the Ukraine Special Interest Group in 1995, and became coordinator of the SIG. As her health declined, she gave up most of her other duties, but continued on as a moderator.

She will be laid to rest at 1:30, Friday afternoon, October 11, at Westlawn Cemetery in Norridge, IL An online obituary will be posted in the Chicago Sun-Times when all of the arrangements are complete. Her family has requested donations be made in her memory to Hadassah Chicago, North Shore.

May her memory be for a blessing.

Chuck Weinstein
Towns Director, Ukraine SIG
Chuck1@...


Re: Czernowitz records #romania

Zev Cohen
 

Hi Edgar,
Good to hear >from you.
My mother's surname was Wariten or it may have been spelled Veretena
in Czernowitz. I found a man by the name of Mehel Veretena in the 1936
commercial directory that you posted long ago. The names seem very
untypical of Jews at that time and I have not found anything similar
anywhere (except the record of my mother and sister's stay at
Landsberg am Lech DP camp after the war.
Warmest regards,
Zev


On Mon, Oct 7, 2019 at 3:52 AM Edgar Hauster <bconcept@...> wrote:

Hi Zev,

What was your late mother's surname? Keeping of metrical books divided by=
confession ended in Romania in 1929, however all metrical books until WW2 =
and even later are available with the Czernowitz Regional Archives:

http://czernowitzbook.blogspot.com/2015/03/chernivtsi-oblast-archives-inv=
entory.html

Best wishes!

Edgar Hauster
Rheinberg/Germany


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Subject: Czernowitz records
From: Zev Cohen <cohen.zev@...>
Date: Sun, 6 Oct 2019 09:01:56 -0600
X-Message-Number: 1

Shana Tova!

I have been looking at the Metrical Books of the Czernowitz Jewish
community through the Family Search site.

My late mother Rosa was born in Czernowitz on December 31, 1920, but
there is no record of the birth on the relevant pages of birth
records. Could anyone with experience of these records advise me why
this might be? I am certain about the date. Could it be that some
families did not record births for some reason? Are there other
sources for births in Czernowitz during those years? I'm also looking
for marriage and birth records in Czernowitz in the 1930s.

Many thanks.

Zev Cohen



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Craiova Jewish Cemetery Register #romania

Sam Wolff
 

After a significant delay, I report that the Craiova Jewish Cemetery
registry will be submitted to JOWBR within a month or so. It consists
of 2449 names. Photographs will be added at a later stage.
I do have some questions, however, based on what is written in the
registry. Can anybody tell me what E.B. signifies? Under personal
names, why is it that often there is a female name AND a male name
(like Aron Mathilda, for example). Maybe the first name represents the
deceased and the second the spouse's name? Also related to personal
name, what is the significance of the letter that often precedes the
name, like B. Reina, I. Sura, A. Iacob, M. Debora, E. Rebeca, D.
Avram? Feel free to respond off-list.
With thanks and best wishes for the New Year. G'mar hatima tova!
Sam Wolff
Jerusalem


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Czernowitz records #romania

Zev Cohen
 

Hi Edgar,
Good to hear >from you.
My mother's surname was Wariten or it may have been spelled Veretena
in Czernowitz. I found a man by the name of Mehel Veretena in the 1936
commercial directory that you posted long ago. The names seem very
untypical of Jews at that time and I have not found anything similar
anywhere (except the record of my mother and sister's stay at
Landsberg am Lech DP camp after the war.
Warmest regards,
Zev


On Mon, Oct 7, 2019 at 3:52 AM Edgar Hauster <bconcept@...> wrote:

Hi Zev,

What was your late mother's surname? Keeping of metrical books divided by=
confession ended in Romania in 1929, however all metrical books until WW2 =
and even later are available with the Czernowitz Regional Archives:

http://czernowitzbook.blogspot.com/2015/03/chernivtsi-oblast-archives-inv=
entory.html

Best wishes!

Edgar Hauster
Rheinberg/Germany


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Sent: Monday, October 7, 2019 08:04
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Fleetwood audio/video recordings (visit fleetwood.iajgs2019.org).
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Subject: Czernowitz records
From: Zev Cohen <cohen.zev@...>
Date: Sun, 6 Oct 2019 09:01:56 -0600
X-Message-Number: 1

Shana Tova!

I have been looking at the Metrical Books of the Czernowitz Jewish
community through the Family Search site.

My late mother Rosa was born in Czernowitz on December 31, 1920, but
there is no record of the birth on the relevant pages of birth
records. Could anyone with experience of these records advise me why
this might be? I am certain about the date. Could it be that some
families did not record births for some reason? Are there other
sources for births in Czernowitz during those years? I'm also looking
for marriage and birth records in Czernowitz in the 1930s.

Many thanks.

Zev Cohen



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Romania SIG #Romania Craiova Jewish Cemetery Register #romania

Sam Wolff
 

After a significant delay, I report that the Craiova Jewish Cemetery
registry will be submitted to JOWBR within a month or so. It consists
of 2449 names. Photographs will be added at a later stage.
I do have some questions, however, based on what is written in the
registry. Can anybody tell me what E.B. signifies? Under personal
names, why is it that often there is a female name AND a male name
(like Aron Mathilda, for example). Maybe the first name represents the
deceased and the second the spouse's name? Also related to personal
name, what is the significance of the letter that often precedes the
name, like B. Reina, I. Sura, A. Iacob, M. Debora, E. Rebeca, D.
Avram? Feel free to respond off-list.
With thanks and best wishes for the New Year. G'mar hatima tova!
Sam Wolff
Jerusalem


Re: Czernowitz records #romania

Edgar Hauster <bconcept@...>
 

Hi Zev,

What was your late mother's surname? Keeping of metrical books divided by
confession ended in Romania in 1929, however all metrical books until WW2 and
even later are available with the Czernowitz Regional Archives:

http://czernowitzbook.blogspot.com/2015/03/chernivtsi-oblast-archives-inventory.html

Best wishes!

Edgar Hauster
Rheinberg/Germany



ROM-SIG Digest for Sunday, October 06, 2019.

1. Czernowitz records

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Czernowitz records
From: Zev Cohen <cohen.zev@...>
Date: Sun, 6 Oct 2019 09:01:56 -0600
X-Message-Number: 1

Shana Tova!

I have been looking at the Metrical Books of the Czernowitz Jewish
community through the Family Search site.

My late mother Rosa was born in Czernowitz on December 31, 1920, but
there is no record of the birth on the relevant pages of birth
records. Could anyone with experience of these records advise me why
this might be? I am certain about the date. Could it be that some
families did not record births for some reason? Are there other
sources for births in Czernowitz during those years? I'm also looking
for marriage and birth records in Czernowitz in the 1930s.

Many thanks.

Zev Cohen



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Romania SIG #Romania Re: Czernowitz records #romania

Edgar Hauster <bconcept@...>
 

Hi Zev,

What was your late mother's surname? Keeping of metrical books divided by
confession ended in Romania in 1929, however all metrical books until WW2 and
even later are available with the Czernowitz Regional Archives:

http://czernowitzbook.blogspot.com/2015/03/chernivtsi-oblast-archives-inventory.html

Best wishes!

Edgar Hauster
Rheinberg/Germany



ROM-SIG Digest for Sunday, October 06, 2019.

1. Czernowitz records

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Czernowitz records
From: Zev Cohen <cohen.zev@...>
Date: Sun, 6 Oct 2019 09:01:56 -0600
X-Message-Number: 1

Shana Tova!

I have been looking at the Metrical Books of the Czernowitz Jewish
community through the Family Search site.

My late mother Rosa was born in Czernowitz on December 31, 1920, but
there is no record of the birth on the relevant pages of birth
records. Could anyone with experience of these records advise me why
this might be? I am certain about the date. Could it be that some
families did not record births for some reason? Are there other
sources for births in Czernowitz during those years? I'm also looking
for marriage and birth records in Czernowitz in the 1930s.

Many thanks.

Zev Cohen



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Botosani Photos #romania

Niftee
 

Hi
I am looking to see if anyone knows where I may find photos of Botosani >from the
late 1800s or early 1900s. My family had a large bakery in Botosani which is
what I am looking for. The name could have been under Baetu or Zumer as I do
not know the name of the bakery

Regards,
Elissa Boyet
niftee@...
Charlotte, NC


Romania SIG #Romania Botosani Photos #romania

Niftee
 

Hi
I am looking to see if anyone knows where I may find photos of Botosani >from the
late 1800s or early 1900s. My family had a large bakery in Botosani which is
what I am looking for. The name could have been under Baetu or Zumer as I do
not know the name of the bakery

Regards,
Elissa Boyet
niftee@...
Charlotte, NC


Photo of gravestone of Hannah BLONDER, Mt Lebanon Cemetery, Queens County, NYC #general

Joseph Walder
 

Greetings. I am trying to resolve the parentage of Hannah BLONDER,
born Chane Luchansky in Koshevata, Ukraine. She was born about 1861
and died in New York 11 May 1929. I believe her father was Shmul Luchansky,
but that name was not unique in Koshevata. A photograph of Hannah BLONDER's
gravestone with a Hebrew inscription could resolve the ambiguity.

Hannah BLONDER is buried in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Glendale, Queens
County, New York in Block R, section 5, line 1, grave 22 (R-5-1-22).
Her gravesite was provided by the Kushowater burial society.

I would be grateful for a photograph of any grave markers.

Joseph Walder
Portland, Oregon, USA
jscottwalder@...

MODERATOR: Please contact Joseph privately prior to going to the cemetery to
avoid duplication of efforts.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Photo of gravestone of Hannah BLONDER, Mt Lebanon Cemetery, Queens County, NYC #general

Joseph Walder
 

Greetings. I am trying to resolve the parentage of Hannah BLONDER,
born Chane Luchansky in Koshevata, Ukraine. She was born about 1861
and died in New York 11 May 1929. I believe her father was Shmul Luchansky,
but that name was not unique in Koshevata. A photograph of Hannah BLONDER's
gravestone with a Hebrew inscription could resolve the ambiguity.

Hannah BLONDER is buried in Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, Glendale, Queens
County, New York in Block R, section 5, line 1, grave 22 (R-5-1-22).
Her gravesite was provided by the Kushowater burial society.

I would be grateful for a photograph of any grave markers.

Joseph Walder
Portland, Oregon, USA
jscottwalder@...

MODERATOR: Please contact Joseph privately prior to going to the cemetery to
avoid duplication of efforts.


Transcribing Mohel Books #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

In case there are some good Hebrew readers who want to tackle transcribing some old
mohel books so we can submit the data to JewishGen, we now have a few of them.

Prague https://www.dropbox.com/sh/inq794cqc8lqo24/AABXd80x4fYqkTME2M9dvQ1da?dl=0

Prague

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hgdnymznr42328p/AAAMHg6HThWeJMw2hH9pFiUfa?dl=0

Moravia-Austria (1807-1890)

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hgdnymznr42328p/AAAMHg6HThWeJMw2hH9pFiUfa?dl=0

Kolin (1771-1820)

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/yhaa6jjxueavrkt/AACiNvqcjaIiRQbkZoXDYj_ea?dl=0

David Kulb (1800-1842)

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/eikyz97ttdpox5o/AADrOnmmr9gvZ3PoVmf2S6B-a?dl=0

Mohelbooks (1786-1842)
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/na8ds70j7p01pvy/AAARl7qXfZPG9wHs2NNC-B_ua?dl=0

Austria (Herz Herzl 1821-1869)

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/u72ls5ll77q45oh/AAD7Mm6CD-GcGdSM0SwQ-6BSa?dl=0

There is also this interesting Pinkas Tsedaka >from Lundenburg, Moravia

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/l52qxxih9uhu8ns/AABE6TmiHiBQpK9BSU5s74IEa?dl=0


Randy Schoenberg, Los Angeles


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Transcribing Mohel Books #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

In case there are some good Hebrew readers who want to tackle transcribing some old
mohel books so we can submit the data to JewishGen, we now have a few of them.

Prague https://www.dropbox.com/sh/inq794cqc8lqo24/AABXd80x4fYqkTME2M9dvQ1da?dl=0

Prague

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hgdnymznr42328p/AAAMHg6HThWeJMw2hH9pFiUfa?dl=0

Moravia-Austria (1807-1890)

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hgdnymznr42328p/AAAMHg6HThWeJMw2hH9pFiUfa?dl=0

Kolin (1771-1820)

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/yhaa6jjxueavrkt/AACiNvqcjaIiRQbkZoXDYj_ea?dl=0

David Kulb (1800-1842)

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/eikyz97ttdpox5o/AADrOnmmr9gvZ3PoVmf2S6B-a?dl=0

Mohelbooks (1786-1842)
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/na8ds70j7p01pvy/AAARl7qXfZPG9wHs2NNC-B_ua?dl=0

Austria (Herz Herzl 1821-1869)

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/u72ls5ll77q45oh/AAD7Mm6CD-GcGdSM0SwQ-6BSa?dl=0

There is also this interesting Pinkas Tsedaka >from Lundenburg, Moravia

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/l52qxxih9uhu8ns/AABE6TmiHiBQpK9BSU5s74IEa?dl=0


Randy Schoenberg, Los Angeles


Re: Suchomasty 10 #austria-czech

library@...
 

Dear Genners,

Phillip Moravcik raised an interesting issue of real estate sales -
written in so called Grundbuecher. That is usually a treasure for
genealogists today becasuse it also show who bought it or inherited it
from whom - example at : http://toledot.org/hauser.html
For Suchomasty one shall ask the staff at Natl. archives in
Prague-Chodovec. They have Grundbucher of Suchomasty Estate
inventory no. 92 signature B81 Pozemková kniha 1746-1795
inventory no. 93 signature B82 Pozemková kniha 1798-1850

Julius Mueller
Toledot
Prague


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Suchomasty 10 #austria-czech

library@...
 

Dear Genners,

Phillip Moravcik raised an interesting issue of real estate sales -
written in so called Grundbuecher. That is usually a treasure for
genealogists today becasuse it also show who bought it or inherited it
from whom - example at : http://toledot.org/hauser.html
For Suchomasty one shall ask the staff at Natl. archives in
Prague-Chodovec. They have Grundbucher of Suchomasty Estate
inventory no. 92 signature B81 Pozemková kniha 1746-1795
inventory no. 93 signature B82 Pozemková kniha 1798-1850

Julius Mueller
Toledot
Prague


more than one surname in familiant record #austria-czech

morav@...
 

Hi.

I have a familiant record for an ancestor which has one man's name at
the top but then it switches in the next generation to a different
name. There is a notation next to the first man's name - something
like "unbelaut" which I'm guessing means without heir. Can anyone
confirm this for me?

The record in question can be seen at:

http://www.badatelna.eu/fond/2098/reprodukce/?zaznamId=401593&reproId=584161

Thanks!

Philip Moravcik


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech more than one surname in familiant record #austria-czech

morav@...
 

Hi.

I have a familiant record for an ancestor which has one man's name at
the top but then it switches in the next generation to a different
name. There is a notation next to the first man's name - something
like "unbelaut" which I'm guessing means without heir. Can anyone
confirm this for me?

The record in question can be seen at:

http://www.badatelna.eu/fond/2098/reprodukce/?zaznamId=401593&reproId=584161

Thanks!

Philip Moravcik


Can anyone recommend a bookstore in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem that sells Books on Genealogy in English? #general

Terry Ashton
 

Dear Jenners
I will be in Israel shortly and wondered if anyone could recommend a
bookstore in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem that sells books to do with Jewish
communities pre WW2 and Jewish genealogy, in English?
Many thanks
Terry

Ms Terry Ashton
Melbourne, Australia
SEARCHING:
PRASHKER: Kalisz - Poland
SZUMOWSKI: Gorki, Zdunska Wola - Poland
GOLDMAN: Budapest - Hungary, Blaszki - Poland
SEGAL/SEGALOVITCH: Vilnius - Lithuania

MODERATOR: Private responses only, please, with recommendations for Terry.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Can anyone recommend a bookstore in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem that sells Books on Genealogy in English? #general

Terry Ashton
 

Dear Jenners
I will be in Israel shortly and wondered if anyone could recommend a
bookstore in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem that sells books to do with Jewish
communities pre WW2 and Jewish genealogy, in English?
Many thanks
Terry

Ms Terry Ashton
Melbourne, Australia
SEARCHING:
PRASHKER: Kalisz - Poland
SZUMOWSKI: Gorki, Zdunska Wola - Poland
GOLDMAN: Budapest - Hungary, Blaszki - Poland
SEGAL/SEGALOVITCH: Vilnius - Lithuania

MODERATOR: Private responses only, please, with recommendations for Terry.