Date   

Londinsky #unitedkingdom

LJTRS@...
 

Hello,

My great grandmother's last name was Londinsky. Her family came >from Brest
Litovsk which they then considered Russia/Poland but is now Belarus. I know
that in Russian Londinsky means >from London. Does anybody know any
Londinskys still in London or the history to this family? Was there a time in Jewish
history that my ancestors might have lived in London with no last name and
then for some reason had to leave and adopted Londinsky when they moved?

Thanks for your input.
Rishy Savin
Miami, FL USA
Researching in London the DUNN/DONN/DAN family (originally >from Vilna), the
BARON family (originally >from Vilna), the LONDINSKY family and the MINTZ
family (originally >from Mikulince, Galicia, Poland/Austria)


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Londinsky #unitedkingdom

LJTRS@...
 

Hello,

My great grandmother's last name was Londinsky. Her family came >from Brest
Litovsk which they then considered Russia/Poland but is now Belarus. I know
that in Russian Londinsky means >from London. Does anybody know any
Londinskys still in London or the history to this family? Was there a time in Jewish
history that my ancestors might have lived in London with no last name and
then for some reason had to leave and adopted Londinsky when they moved?

Thanks for your input.
Rishy Savin
Miami, FL USA
Researching in London the DUNN/DONN/DAN family (originally >from Vilna), the
BARON family (originally >from Vilna), the LONDINSKY family and the MINTZ
family (originally >from Mikulince, Galicia, Poland/Austria)


Re: S.S. NYASSA - Passenger Lists for New York, December 1940 #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

Omry, the National Archives facility in Manhattan has these indexes and
passenger arrival lists on microfilm for ships that arrived around 1940
at the Port of New York:

-- book index, 1906-1942 (series T612)
-- Soundex index, 1902 - 1943 (series T621)
-- ship passenger arrival lists, 1897-1957 (series T715)

They are all in Record Group (RG) 85.3.1. Details are at
http://www.archives.gov/northeast/nyc/finding-aids/immigration-microfilm.html .

Information about ordering records online is at
http://www.archives.gov/research/order/orderonline.html , but I suggest that
you contact NARA by phone at 212-401-1620 or by e-mail at
newyork.archives@... before placing an order.

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY


Subject: S.S. NYASSA - Passenger Lists for New York, December 1940
From: Omry Kaplan-Feuereisen <mail@...>
Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2006 14:46:29 +0200
X-Message-Number: 28

Hi everyone,

I'm looking for the passengers' list of the S.S. Nyassa for her trip
from Lisbon to New York, arriving to New York around December 4, 1940.
Any suggestions where I could find it?

Thanks!

Omry Kaplan-Feuereisen, Berlin, Germany.
mail@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: S.S. NYASSA - Passenger Lists for New York, December 1940 #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

Omry, the National Archives facility in Manhattan has these indexes and
passenger arrival lists on microfilm for ships that arrived around 1940
at the Port of New York:

-- book index, 1906-1942 (series T612)
-- Soundex index, 1902 - 1943 (series T621)
-- ship passenger arrival lists, 1897-1957 (series T715)

They are all in Record Group (RG) 85.3.1. Details are at
http://www.archives.gov/northeast/nyc/finding-aids/immigration-microfilm.html .

Information about ordering records online is at
http://www.archives.gov/research/order/orderonline.html , but I suggest that
you contact NARA by phone at 212-401-1620 or by e-mail at
newyork.archives@... before placing an order.

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY


Subject: S.S. NYASSA - Passenger Lists for New York, December 1940
From: Omry Kaplan-Feuereisen <mail@...>
Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2006 14:46:29 +0200
X-Message-Number: 28

Hi everyone,

I'm looking for the passengers' list of the S.S. Nyassa for her trip
from Lisbon to New York, arriving to New York around December 4, 1940.
Any suggestions where I could find it?

Thanks!

Omry Kaplan-Feuereisen, Berlin, Germany.
mail@...


Re: NY Rabbi's #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

Al, he might be mentioned in "The American Jewish Year Book." The yearbooks
for 1899 to the present are viewable as PDFs on the website of the American
Jewish Committee at http://www.ajcarchives.org/main.php?GroupingId=40 .
Another possibility is the residential section of Manhattan city directories
or the religion category at the back of the directories.

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY

Subject: NY Rabbi's
From: "AMH" <alhewitt@...>
Date: Tue, 06 Jun 2006 22:20:39 -0500
X-Message-Number: 6

Can anyone tell me if there is a list of Rabbi's in New York City during the
early 1900's. I am interested in locating information on FRYMART .I have
been told that in the early 1900's he was a rabbi in NYC.
Thank you in advance for any help or information.

Al Hewitt


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: NY Rabbi's #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

Al, he might be mentioned in "The American Jewish Year Book." The yearbooks
for 1899 to the present are viewable as PDFs on the website of the American
Jewish Committee at http://www.ajcarchives.org/main.php?GroupingId=40 .
Another possibility is the residential section of Manhattan city directories
or the religion category at the back of the directories.

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY

Subject: NY Rabbi's
From: "AMH" <alhewitt@...>
Date: Tue, 06 Jun 2006 22:20:39 -0500
X-Message-Number: 6

Can anyone tell me if there is a list of Rabbi's in New York City during the
early 1900's. I am interested in locating information on FRYMART .I have
been told that in the early 1900's he was a rabbi in NYC.
Thank you in advance for any help or information.

Al Hewitt


NYC marriage certificates #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

Denise, the entries in the Italian Genealogical Group's and the German
Genealogy Group's online indexes for brides and for grooms are >from the
Department of Health's indexes at the Municipal Archives. The online
indexes don't include marriage licenses >from the City Clerk's Office.

The website of the Municipal Archives at
http://www.nyc.gov/html/records/html/vitalrecords/home.shtml and
http://www.nyc.gov/html/records/html/vitalrecords/holdings.shtml only
includes its holdings for Department of Health marriage certificates, not
for marriage licenses >from the City Clerk's Office.

Since your relatives' first son was born sometime in 1908, they may have
gotten married in 1908. If they did, they may have gotten a marriage
certificate >from the Department of Health, a marriage license >from the City
Clerk, or both.

Please see the listings for the City Clerk's Office Marriage License Bureau
and the Municipal Archives on the IAJGS conference website at
http://www.jgsny2006.org/research.cfm#manhattan for descriptions of the
marriage certificate and marriage license holdings at those two repositories.

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY

Subject: NYC marriage certificates
From: "Denise Azbill" <famaz1@...>
Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2006 19:02:32 -0700
X-Message-Number: 13

I have been looking for about two years for a marriage record for my
great-uncle and his wife, who I know were married in NYC, probably the
Bronx. Their first son was born in 1908 in the Bronx. I know my
great-uncle came to the US as a single man, >from the EIDB (I can't find his
wife in the EIDB). I've looked in the ItalianGen and GermanGen databases to
no avail, and sent for a record >from the Municipal Archives of NYC. They
told me there wasn't one. I also looked through the marriage records for
all five boroughs >from about 1904-1908 through the LDS FHC. I'm a bit
confused about the records >from the City Clerk's office, as they say any
marriage record before 1950 would be at the Municipal Archives. Any ideas
are greatly appreciated.

Denise Weidenfeld Azbill
Las Vegas, NV


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen NYC marriage certificates #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

Denise, the entries in the Italian Genealogical Group's and the German
Genealogy Group's online indexes for brides and for grooms are >from the
Department of Health's indexes at the Municipal Archives. The online
indexes don't include marriage licenses >from the City Clerk's Office.

The website of the Municipal Archives at
http://www.nyc.gov/html/records/html/vitalrecords/home.shtml and
http://www.nyc.gov/html/records/html/vitalrecords/holdings.shtml only
includes its holdings for Department of Health marriage certificates, not
for marriage licenses >from the City Clerk's Office.

Since your relatives' first son was born sometime in 1908, they may have
gotten married in 1908. If they did, they may have gotten a marriage
certificate >from the Department of Health, a marriage license >from the City
Clerk, or both.

Please see the listings for the City Clerk's Office Marriage License Bureau
and the Municipal Archives on the IAJGS conference website at
http://www.jgsny2006.org/research.cfm#manhattan for descriptions of the
marriage certificate and marriage license holdings at those two repositories.

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY

Subject: NYC marriage certificates
From: "Denise Azbill" <famaz1@...>
Date: Wed, 07 Jun 2006 19:02:32 -0700
X-Message-Number: 13

I have been looking for about two years for a marriage record for my
great-uncle and his wife, who I know were married in NYC, probably the
Bronx. Their first son was born in 1908 in the Bronx. I know my
great-uncle came to the US as a single man, >from the EIDB (I can't find his
wife in the EIDB). I've looked in the ItalianGen and GermanGen databases to
no avail, and sent for a record >from the Municipal Archives of NYC. They
told me there wasn't one. I also looked through the marriage records for
all five boroughs >from about 1904-1908 through the LDS FHC. I'm a bit
confused about the records >from the City Clerk's office, as they say any
marriage record before 1950 would be at the Municipal Archives. Any ideas
are greatly appreciated.

Denise Weidenfeld Azbill
Las Vegas, NV


Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian and Polish alphabets #general

Florette Lynn
 

Dear Jewish Genners,
So many times I read the following, I can't read the language and don't know
if it is written in Russian or Hebrew, etc.

Since all of you are avid researchers, spending hours, days and perhaps
years locating family members, I suggest you do a little more research
and learn to recognize the Russian and Hebrew and Polish alphabets since
there was so much correspondence in those languages. Both Yiddish and
Hebrew use the same alphabet so you can't tell the difference if you don't
know the language, Russian uses Cyrillic and Polish uses Latin letters.
Excellent examples of all three can be found doing a Google search.

Florette Lynn
New Jersey


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian and Polish alphabets #general

Florette Lynn
 

Dear Jewish Genners,
So many times I read the following, I can't read the language and don't know
if it is written in Russian or Hebrew, etc.

Since all of you are avid researchers, spending hours, days and perhaps
years locating family members, I suggest you do a little more research
and learn to recognize the Russian and Hebrew and Polish alphabets since
there was so much correspondence in those languages. Both Yiddish and
Hebrew use the same alphabet so you can't tell the difference if you don't
know the language, Russian uses Cyrillic and Polish uses Latin letters.
Excellent examples of all three can be found doing a Google search.

Florette Lynn
New Jersey


Re: Searching for WEILE/WILL/COHN/BEER from Schoenlanke/Lundsberg/Insterburg/Konigsburg/Hammerstein #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Don Jaffa <djaffa4a@...>
 

Mark, There was a Weile family that was in the woolen
goods business in Lodz and Warsaw at least 1870
through 1930. Some emigrated to Buffalo NY.
Don Jaffa
<djaffa4a@...>

--- Mark Lewis <mark@...> wrote:

Hello - I am trying to find out what I can about the
following
people/places.

c. 1800 Samuel Weile - Schoenlanka, East Prussia
1820? Schlochau
c. 1840? Lina Weile & Jakob Beer - Hammerstein, nr
Danzig
...snip...


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Re: Searching for WEILE/WILL/COHN/BEER from Schoenlanke/Lundsberg/Insterburg/Konigsburg/Hammerstein #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Don Jaffa <djaffa4a@...>
 

Mark, There was a Weile family that was in the woolen
goods business in Lodz and Warsaw at least 1870
through 1930. Some emigrated to Buffalo NY.
Don Jaffa
<djaffa4a@...>

--- Mark Lewis <mark@...> wrote:

Hello - I am trying to find out what I can about the
following
people/places.

c. 1800 Samuel Weile - Schoenlanka, East Prussia
1820? Schlochau
c. 1840? Lina Weile & Jakob Beer - Hammerstein, nr
Danzig
...snip...


Conte di Savoia - arrived NY 17.09.1936 - Passenger Manifest #latvia

K. & L. Bertelsen <layakbtl@...>
 

Dear fellow Researchers

I have recently found reference to some of my late maternal GM's paternal
first cousins >from Libau, Lativa, who arrived in NY, possibly all on the
same sailing of the Conte di Savoia which arrived in NY on 17th September
1936. I have repeatedly tried to get access to this manifest via a
commercial genealogical site, but although I have registered, for some
unknown reason I cannot get any further into their online DB.

I definitely know that Henry ARONIS (possibly listed as Henri ARNOIS) and
possibly his Mother, Estere ARONIS/ARNOIS, and one of his brothers, Salje
(listed on the SSDI as Sally) ARONIS and Salje's wife, Lydia Cohen ARONIS,
also arrived in NY on the Conte di Savoia. Also, another brother/cousin
also may have travelled on that ship - John ARONIS (listed possibly as John
ARONES). Additionally, there are several other ARONIS passengers
(definitely not Greek) who also travelled on the Conte di Savoia, but
disembarked in Boston. However, I do not know if they all arrived on the
Conte di Savoia on the same voyage.

The Conte di Savoia only travelled between Europe and USA for a few years
pre-WWII.

I very much would like to find out if Henry travelled alone (I already have
his naturalization documents, etc.), or if his widowed
Mother/brother/s/cousins, sister-in-law, etc. travelled on different
sailings of the Conte di Savoia.

Although I could apply for Salje ARONIS' naturalization papers, I didn't
want to do this until I knew how many of the ARONIS family actually managed
to get to USA (and thus survived). Of course Estere, Henry, Salje and
Lydia all died before I finally "found them", but it is remotely possible
that Salje (and John?) and perhaps some of the family who might have
travelled to Boston, might have had children. Henry never married. These
are my late GM's only known paternal cousins who might have survived.

I would be very appreciative if anyone with a subscription to the
well-known commercial genealogical DB, and would be willing to do a look-up
for me.

Many many thanks for any help anyone can give me.

Lorraine Bertelsen
Boho, Downunder


Latvia SIG #Latvia Conte di Savoia - arrived NY 17.09.1936 - Passenger Manifest #latvia

K. & L. Bertelsen <layakbtl@...>
 

Dear fellow Researchers

I have recently found reference to some of my late maternal GM's paternal
first cousins >from Libau, Lativa, who arrived in NY, possibly all on the
same sailing of the Conte di Savoia which arrived in NY on 17th September
1936. I have repeatedly tried to get access to this manifest via a
commercial genealogical site, but although I have registered, for some
unknown reason I cannot get any further into their online DB.

I definitely know that Henry ARONIS (possibly listed as Henri ARNOIS) and
possibly his Mother, Estere ARONIS/ARNOIS, and one of his brothers, Salje
(listed on the SSDI as Sally) ARONIS and Salje's wife, Lydia Cohen ARONIS,
also arrived in NY on the Conte di Savoia. Also, another brother/cousin
also may have travelled on that ship - John ARONIS (listed possibly as John
ARONES). Additionally, there are several other ARONIS passengers
(definitely not Greek) who also travelled on the Conte di Savoia, but
disembarked in Boston. However, I do not know if they all arrived on the
Conte di Savoia on the same voyage.

The Conte di Savoia only travelled between Europe and USA for a few years
pre-WWII.

I very much would like to find out if Henry travelled alone (I already have
his naturalization documents, etc.), or if his widowed
Mother/brother/s/cousins, sister-in-law, etc. travelled on different
sailings of the Conte di Savoia.

Although I could apply for Salje ARONIS' naturalization papers, I didn't
want to do this until I knew how many of the ARONIS family actually managed
to get to USA (and thus survived). Of course Estere, Henry, Salje and
Lydia all died before I finally "found them", but it is remotely possible
that Salje (and John?) and perhaps some of the family who might have
travelled to Boston, might have had children. Henry never married. These
are my late GM's only known paternal cousins who might have survived.

I would be very appreciative if anyone with a subscription to the
well-known commercial genealogical DB, and would be willing to do a look-up
for me.

Many many thanks for any help anyone can give me.

Lorraine Bertelsen
Boho, Downunder


Introduction #scandinavia

Shelly Weiner <shellyjag619@...>
 

Hello all,

I am on this list simply because family lore has it that my great-uncle
Abraham SMOLAR (or SMOLIAR) either 1) escaped >from the "Soviet Army" or
2) escaped >from a Siberian labor camp to "somewhere in Scandanavia before
coming over to the US [after 1945]". Where he was before he started
living in California, I have no idea.

Uncle Al and his wife have been dead for about 10 years. He never talked
about this period in his life to any of his children. He would mention
brief bits of information to my grandfather who then told my father. But
that was over 40 years ago and my father has forgotten most of the pertinent
information. Uncle Al's name has not turned up (yet) in any of the usual
online databases. So I wait ... while I enjoy reading this list.

Shelly Weiner
Henderson, Nevada USA
-----------------
BYCZOK/BYCHKOFF/BICHKOFF--Walkowisko, Poland to Detroit MI
FELDMAN (Hungary) to New Brunswick NJ
NOCHINOWSKI/NASH--Ostov, Russia to Detroit MI
RHYZI/ROSSEN--Vladimerets OR Stahovka,Ukraine to Detroit,MI
SMOLER/SMOLYAR/SMOLAR--Vladimerets, Ukraine to Detroit MI


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Introduction #scandinavia

Shelly Weiner <shellyjag619@...>
 

Hello all,

I am on this list simply because family lore has it that my great-uncle
Abraham SMOLAR (or SMOLIAR) either 1) escaped >from the "Soviet Army" or
2) escaped >from a Siberian labor camp to "somewhere in Scandanavia before
coming over to the US [after 1945]". Where he was before he started
living in California, I have no idea.

Uncle Al and his wife have been dead for about 10 years. He never talked
about this period in his life to any of his children. He would mention
brief bits of information to my grandfather who then told my father. But
that was over 40 years ago and my father has forgotten most of the pertinent
information. Uncle Al's name has not turned up (yet) in any of the usual
online databases. So I wait ... while I enjoy reading this list.

Shelly Weiner
Henderson, Nevada USA
-----------------
BYCZOK/BYCHKOFF/BICHKOFF--Walkowisko, Poland to Detroit MI
FELDMAN (Hungary) to New Brunswick NJ
NOCHINOWSKI/NASH--Ostov, Russia to Detroit MI
RHYZI/ROSSEN--Vladimerets OR Stahovka,Ukraine to Detroit,MI
SMOLER/SMOLYAR/SMOLAR--Vladimerets, Ukraine to Detroit MI


Re: Making Viewmate documents readable #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

"Nick" <tulse04-news@...> wrote in message
news:O82dnX8w9rMK1RTZRVnyig@......

Can posters please place the photos on Viewmate in landscape format.
Otherwise I have to turn my head or screen through 90 degrees to read it.
Given that the item is generally difficult to read in the first place this
might help helpers a little!
Probably the easiest way of expanding any picture on a browser is to point
the cursor at the image and Right-click and Copy.

Then paste the image into a blank Word document.

Then one can stretch the image - to expand the image to its fullest extent
you want the page in a landscape format (Page Setup)

Having said that I do think that most people would like to have a quick look
at the image on Viewmate rather than make it a "project".

Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany)
KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany) LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?) (Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov,
Belarus)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Making Viewmate documents readable #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

"Nick" <tulse04-news@...> wrote in message
news:O82dnX8w9rMK1RTZRVnyig@......

Can posters please place the photos on Viewmate in landscape format.
Otherwise I have to turn my head or screen through 90 degrees to read it.
Given that the item is generally difficult to read in the first place this
might help helpers a little!
Probably the easiest way of expanding any picture on a browser is to point
the cursor at the image and Right-click and Copy.

Then paste the image into a blank Word document.

Then one can stretch the image - to expand the image to its fullest extent
you want the page in a landscape format (Page Setup)

Having said that I do think that most people would like to have a quick look
at the image on Viewmate rather than make it a "project".

Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany)
KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany) LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?) (Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov,
Belarus)


More information on Frischman #hungary

yehuda frischman
 

Dear Friends,

Having now found the death certificates and cemetery
where my GG Grandparents Shimshon Shmuel Frischman,
and Mariam Ackerman Frischman are buried, I would like
to try and connect with cousins descended >from them.
Having spoken at length with my 82 year old father(may
he be of healthy mind and body until 120!), I have
been able to determine the following:

1. Leo (Yehuda, who I was named for and the father of
my father) , married the former Rose Schwartz,
daughter of Josef Shmulowitz Schwartz of Scranton, Pa.

2. Dr. Louis (Eluzer, my middle name)Frischman,a
pediatrician, married the former Winnie Thompson.
3. Harry Frischman (no information concerning spouce
of children).
4. Hannah married Sam Klein, had children and
grandchildren, but unfortunately, the last contact we
had with them was nearly 40 years ago.
5. Ella married Joe Molnar of East New Brunswick, NJ.
No information concerning children.
6. Matilda (Tillie) married Herbert Wilkes. He had a
pharmacy in Chinatown, NYC. I have fond memories of
meeting them as an 8 year old in 1960. To the best of
my knowledge they had no children.
7. May married a Dr. Alexander. My father remembers
that they had a daughter, Gloria.
8. Morris(Moshe). I have a marriage certificate for
him showing his place of birth as BEREGSZASZ, Hungary.
He had two children, Seymour (Shimshon Shmuel) and
Arnold. Arnie, A"H, has a son, Mark, who lives in San
Francisco.
9. Celia. My father tells me that she is a family
mystery. Though a foggy memory, he recalls growing
up hearing that she was unwell, and was sent to live
in a sanitarium in Switzerland.

Any cousins out there?

Yehuda Frischman, L.Ac.
LOS ANGELES


Hungary SIG #Hungary More information on Frischman #hungary

yehuda frischman
 

Dear Friends,

Having now found the death certificates and cemetery
where my GG Grandparents Shimshon Shmuel Frischman,
and Mariam Ackerman Frischman are buried, I would like
to try and connect with cousins descended >from them.
Having spoken at length with my 82 year old father(may
he be of healthy mind and body until 120!), I have
been able to determine the following:

1. Leo (Yehuda, who I was named for and the father of
my father) , married the former Rose Schwartz,
daughter of Josef Shmulowitz Schwartz of Scranton, Pa.

2. Dr. Louis (Eluzer, my middle name)Frischman,a
pediatrician, married the former Winnie Thompson.
3. Harry Frischman (no information concerning spouce
of children).
4. Hannah married Sam Klein, had children and
grandchildren, but unfortunately, the last contact we
had with them was nearly 40 years ago.
5. Ella married Joe Molnar of East New Brunswick, NJ.
No information concerning children.
6. Matilda (Tillie) married Herbert Wilkes. He had a
pharmacy in Chinatown, NYC. I have fond memories of
meeting them as an 8 year old in 1960. To the best of
my knowledge they had no children.
7. May married a Dr. Alexander. My father remembers
that they had a daughter, Gloria.
8. Morris(Moshe). I have a marriage certificate for
him showing his place of birth as BEREGSZASZ, Hungary.
He had two children, Seymour (Shimshon Shmuel) and
Arnold. Arnie, A"H, has a son, Mark, who lives in San
Francisco.
9. Celia. My father tells me that she is a family
mystery. Though a foggy memory, he recalls growing
up hearing that she was unwell, and was sent to live
in a sanitarium in Switzerland.

Any cousins out there?

Yehuda Frischman, L.Ac.
LOS ANGELES