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ViewMate, translation request #germany

Ilan Szekely <tcdb@...>
 

Hello

I found on the Internet an article about a book my great grandfather
published.

The text is in Gothic letters, which makes it difficult for me to
decode.

I'll be thankful for a transcription and/or translation.
I am also curious if the book [>from 1903] can be found anywhere.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=11403

Thanks in advance for your replies to tcdb@mac.com

Ilan Szekely, Motza Elite, Jerusalem, ISRAEL tcdb@mac.com


German SIG #Germany ViewMate, translation request #germany

Ilan Szekely <tcdb@...>
 

Hello

I found on the Internet an article about a book my great grandfather
published.

The text is in Gothic letters, which makes it difficult for me to
decode.

I'll be thankful for a transcription and/or translation.
I am also curious if the book [>from 1903] can be found anywhere.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=11403

Thanks in advance for your replies to tcdb@mac.com

Ilan Szekely, Motza Elite, Jerusalem, ISRAEL tcdb@mac.com


Granek / Granik #general

Israel P
 

The Negev branch of the Israel Genealogical Society was treated to a
field trip at Yad Vashem Wednesday, to introduce the ITS records received
recently >from Arolsen. (Thank you Zvi Bernhardt!)

We had about an hour of hands-on time and we learned that is much
material that was not on the older ITS microfilms that Yad Vashem has had
available for years.

Several of the cards in the new Arolsen material referred to a Pickholz
named Granek or Granik. I have not seen this given name before and I am
guessing that it is a nickname, perhaps belonging to someone we already
know by a Jewish or a more formal secular name.

Can someone tell me what the name Granek (or Granik) is?

Israel Pickholtz


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Granek / Granik #general

Israel P
 

The Negev branch of the Israel Genealogical Society was treated to a
field trip at Yad Vashem Wednesday, to introduce the ITS records received
recently >from Arolsen. (Thank you Zvi Bernhardt!)

We had about an hour of hands-on time and we learned that is much
material that was not on the older ITS microfilms that Yad Vashem has had
available for years.

Several of the cards in the new Arolsen material referred to a Pickholz
named Granek or Granik. I have not seen this given name before and I am
guessing that it is a nickname, perhaps belonging to someone we already
know by a Jewish or a more formal secular name.

Can someone tell me what the name Granek (or Granik) is?

Israel Pickholtz


VM11408-VM11411: Connections sought #general

sacredsisters3@aol.com <sacredsisters3@...>
 

Hello All

I have four view mate files available to view; VM11408-VM11411. If
anyone has any connections to them then please contact me. The one I
would be most interested in finding any information on is VM11408.
That photo is >from somewhere in Russia, maybe Minsk and is of three
brothers I think who are all Mendelson's. The one in the middle I
believe to be Movsha Mendelson; son of Morduhk born in Mogilev in
1880. I am not sure about the other two in the photo. I would love to
get any information I can about the time frame of the photo and of who
the other two siblings are. It looks like a wedding portrait, since
they are all dressed up for one.

The other 3 photos are for sharing, but if anyone has any connections
to them please do contact me.

Sarah Greenberg(USA-CT)
sacredsisters3@aol.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Direct links:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=11408
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=11409
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=11410
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=11411


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen VM11408-VM11411: Connections sought #general

sacredsisters3@aol.com <sacredsisters3@...>
 

Hello All

I have four view mate files available to view; VM11408-VM11411. If
anyone has any connections to them then please contact me. The one I
would be most interested in finding any information on is VM11408.
That photo is >from somewhere in Russia, maybe Minsk and is of three
brothers I think who are all Mendelson's. The one in the middle I
believe to be Movsha Mendelson; son of Morduhk born in Mogilev in
1880. I am not sure about the other two in the photo. I would love to
get any information I can about the time frame of the photo and of who
the other two siblings are. It looks like a wedding portrait, since
they are all dressed up for one.

The other 3 photos are for sharing, but if anyone has any connections
to them please do contact me.

Sarah Greenberg(USA-CT)
sacredsisters3@aol.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Direct links:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=11408
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=11409
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=11410
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=11411


Re: Searching for Relative's Maiden Name #ukraine

Avi K. <u.sisraeli@...>
 

Genners,

I would like to thank you, all of those who've offered help/suggestions how
to find my relative solely baased on her Maiden name.

One of you has actually sent me 2 scanned images of a census (a
wonderful way of locating someone!) yet, even their full version was too
small to read.. so, although computer saavy (not whizz..!), I hope I can
learn how to magnify them (if at all possible-because I've already tried the
conventional ways) or, if not-to access those census files in a better
(perhaps personal?) fashion?!

Anyone with such technical suggestions or knowledge, please be welcome to
post your words of wisdom,

Thank you (in advance)!

A. Klammer


Sharsheret Hadorot Volume 22 Number 1 #ukraine

Israel P
 

The new issue of the Israel Genealogical Society's quarterly journal
Sharsheret Hadorot should have reached members and subscribers by now and
the table of contents can be viewed at links >from
http://www.isragen.org.il/NROS/BIB/SHD/shdMain.html

There are several significant changes in the presentation on the website.

1. There are links (English and Hebrew) of instructions for prospective
authors and we urge anyone considering submitting an article to read
them, even if they have contributed before. (We are now accepting
articles for the August issue.)

2. The table of contents is presented on the website in both Hebrew and
English.

3. As we have had some changes in the structure and personnel of the
editorial staff, there are some new emphases in content. These appear in
the editorial "My Link" which is linked >from the tables of contents and
may be of interest to the genealogy community at large.

We also have a live link to an article entitled "The Radautz Jewish
Cemetery Documentation" by Yossi Yagur and Bondi Stenzler.

Israel Pickholtz, Editor
sharsheret@isragen.org.il


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Searching for Relative's Maiden Name #ukraine

Avi K. <u.sisraeli@...>
 

Genners,

I would like to thank you, all of those who've offered help/suggestions how
to find my relative solely baased on her Maiden name.

One of you has actually sent me 2 scanned images of a census (a
wonderful way of locating someone!) yet, even their full version was too
small to read.. so, although computer saavy (not whizz..!), I hope I can
learn how to magnify them (if at all possible-because I've already tried the
conventional ways) or, if not-to access those census files in a better
(perhaps personal?) fashion?!

Anyone with such technical suggestions or knowledge, please be welcome to
post your words of wisdom,

Thank you (in advance)!

A. Klammer


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Sharsheret Hadorot Volume 22 Number 1 #ukraine

Israel P
 

The new issue of the Israel Genealogical Society's quarterly journal
Sharsheret Hadorot should have reached members and subscribers by now and
the table of contents can be viewed at links >from
http://www.isragen.org.il/NROS/BIB/SHD/shdMain.html

There are several significant changes in the presentation on the website.

1. There are links (English and Hebrew) of instructions for prospective
authors and we urge anyone considering submitting an article to read
them, even if they have contributed before. (We are now accepting
articles for the August issue.)

2. The table of contents is presented on the website in both Hebrew and
English.

3. As we have had some changes in the structure and personnel of the
editorial staff, there are some new emphases in content. These appear in
the editorial "My Link" which is linked >from the tables of contents and
may be of interest to the genealogy community at large.

We also have a live link to an article entitled "The Radautz Jewish
Cemetery Documentation" by Yossi Yagur and Bondi Stenzler.

Israel Pickholtz, Editor
sharsheret@isragen.org.il


Re: A Relative's Address-through Maiden-Name Inquiry #ukraine

Shelly Crane
 

Hello Genners,

For those researchers who have an answer for Avi KLAMMER's post about
researching maiden names in Baltimore, will you please submit a public response
to this Sig? I too would like to research a Ukrainian relative in Baltimore
and only have a maiden name (WILEDNIK), so general search ideas would be most
helpful.

Thank you.

Shelly Levin
crzprncess@aol.com
USA
(Ukraine Kiev area): BERKA, BLAZ, COUNTER, GITERMAN, GOLDSTEIN,
KANTOR, KVACHINSKIJ, KWAIT, LEFELMAN, LIPOVETSKY, LUBARSKI, NIRENBERG,
RUBINSTEIN, SHIFFMAN, TITKOVA, VOEDNIK, WILEDNIK. (Poland, Lomza Gubernia):
BIBERSTEJN, ELZON, FABRITZKI, FARBOWICZ, FROMSON, GABELMAN, GOLDMAN,
KUREJWOWSKI LANGUS, LIPOWICZ, LIPSZYC, MILEWICZ, MILEWSKI, MYSKOWSKY,
SLAWATYCKI, TOCZYLOWSKI, WILKOWSY, WITKEWICZ, WYTRIOL, ZLOCISTA, ZLOTKOWICZ,
ZROBKOWSKI, ZUMERFELD




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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine re: A Relative's Address-through Maiden-Name Inquiry #ukraine

Shelly Crane
 

Hello Genners,

For those researchers who have an answer for Avi KLAMMER's post about
researching maiden names in Baltimore, will you please submit a public response
to this Sig? I too would like to research a Ukrainian relative in Baltimore
and only have a maiden name (WILEDNIK), so general search ideas would be most
helpful.

Thank you.

Shelly Levin
crzprncess@aol.com
USA
(Ukraine Kiev area): BERKA, BLAZ, COUNTER, GITERMAN, GOLDSTEIN,
KANTOR, KVACHINSKIJ, KWAIT, LEFELMAN, LIPOVETSKY, LUBARSKI, NIRENBERG,
RUBINSTEIN, SHIFFMAN, TITKOVA, VOEDNIK, WILEDNIK. (Poland, Lomza Gubernia):
BIBERSTEJN, ELZON, FABRITZKI, FARBOWICZ, FROMSON, GABELMAN, GOLDMAN,
KUREJWOWSKI LANGUS, LIPOWICZ, LIPSZYC, MILEWICZ, MILEWSKI, MYSKOWSKY,
SLAWATYCKI, TOCZYLOWSKI, WILKOWSY, WITKEWICZ, WYTRIOL, ZLOCISTA, ZLOTKOWICZ,
ZROBKOWSKI, ZUMERFELD




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Sharsheret Hadorot Volume 22 Number 1 #romania

Israel P
 

The new issue of the Israel Genealogical Society's quarterly journal
Sharsheret Hadorot should have reached members and subscribers by now and
the table of contents can be viewed at links >from
http://www.isragen.org.il/NROS/BIB/SHD/shdMain.html

There are several significant changes in the presentation on the website.

1. There are links (English and Hebrew) of instructions for prospective
authors and we urge anyone considering submitting an article to read
them, even if they have contributed before. (We are now accepting
articles for the August issue.)

2. The table of contents is presented on the website in both Hebrew and
English.

3. As we have had some changes in the structure and personnel of the
editorial staff, there are some new emphases in content. These appear in
the editorial "My Link" which is linked >from the tables of contents and
may be of interest to the genealogy community at large.

We also have a live link to an article entitled "The Radautz Jewish
Cemetery Documentation" by Yossi Yagur and Bondi Stenzler.

Israel Pickholtz, Editor
sharsheret@isragen.org.il


Romania SIG #Romania Sharsheret Hadorot Volume 22 Number 1 #romania

Israel P
 

The new issue of the Israel Genealogical Society's quarterly journal
Sharsheret Hadorot should have reached members and subscribers by now and
the table of contents can be viewed at links >from
http://www.isragen.org.il/NROS/BIB/SHD/shdMain.html

There are several significant changes in the presentation on the website.

1. There are links (English and Hebrew) of instructions for prospective
authors and we urge anyone considering submitting an article to read
them, even if they have contributed before. (We are now accepting
articles for the August issue.)

2. The table of contents is presented on the website in both Hebrew and
English.

3. As we have had some changes in the structure and personnel of the
editorial staff, there are some new emphases in content. These appear in
the editorial "My Link" which is linked >from the tables of contents and
may be of interest to the genealogy community at large.

We also have a live link to an article entitled "The Radautz Jewish
Cemetery Documentation" by Yossi Yagur and Bondi Stenzler.

Israel Pickholtz, Editor
sharsheret@isragen.org.il


Bessie (Blume) GIMLER (MANSON) #belarus

Edwin Robert Wilson <ewilson4@...>
 

Dear List:

Would any one know of Bessie (Blume) GIMMLER (MANSON) who married Isadore
LEFF (born 1878).

Thank you,
Edwin Robert Wilson
Rochester NY
MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies requested


Belarus SIG #Belarus Bessie (Blume) GIMLER (MANSON) #belarus

Edwin Robert Wilson <ewilson4@...>
 

Dear List:

Would any one know of Bessie (Blume) GIMMLER (MANSON) who married Isadore
LEFF (born 1878).

Thank you,
Edwin Robert Wilson
Rochester NY
MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies requested


Isadore LEFF #belarus

Edwin Robert Wilson <ewilson4@...>
 

Good Morning, List:

Would anyone have any information concerning Isadore LEFF, the son of Joseph
LEFF who was born in Vitebsk in 1878.

He married Bessie (Blume) Gimler (Manson).

Thank you,
Edwin Robert Wilson
Rochester, NY
MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies requested


Belarus SIG #Belarus Isadore LEFF #belarus

Edwin Robert Wilson <ewilson4@...>
 

Good Morning, List:

Would anyone have any information concerning Isadore LEFF, the son of Joseph
LEFF who was born in Vitebsk in 1878.

He married Bessie (Blume) Gimler (Manson).

Thank you,
Edwin Robert Wilson
Rochester, NY
MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies requested


Re: Lists and Miskolc #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <g_hirsch@...>
 

It is may be a drawback >from genealogical sight, that married women are listed with their husbands name, but this was the only name I knew my neighbors, my acquaintances. In the "Nevek" book >from KZ Stutthof the women were listed according their maiden names, so my cousin second grade, Biro Eva was separated on the list >from her mother Holczer Ilona, I knew her only as Ilonka neni or Biro Emilne, so it was only by chance that after finding Eva I looked for her mother too. I found this disturbing.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch
Switzerland


-------- Original-Nachricht --------

Datum: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 03:39:15 -0400
Von: tom <tomk@ecologicaltech.com>
An: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Betreff: Re:[h-sig] RE: Lists and Miskolc
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~sigspop
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
one of the drawbacks of the "hungarian jewish survivors listed in a
hungarian periodical" list seems to be that married women are listed in
the customary hungarian fashion as "wife of" and their husband's name,
but the transcription includes neither their given nor maiden names.

once again, it helps to experiment a bit with the search function: there
are 116 hits for exactly ROSENBERG, but none of them have a given name of
ilona. however, there are only 4 records for PINTER, including one for
"PINTE'R, Dr. Be'lane', born 1898, place of birth not specified, located
Tröbitz, page 17", which might be the one, if you know her husband's name.


....... tom klein, toronto
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Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Re:RE: Lists and Miskolc #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <g_hirsch@...>
 

It is may be a drawback >from genealogical sight, that married women are listed with their husbands name, but this was the only name I knew my neighbors, my acquaintances. In the "Nevek" book >from KZ Stutthof the women were listed according their maiden names, so my cousin second grade, Biro Eva was separated on the list >from her mother Holczer Ilona, I knew her only as Ilonka neni or Biro Emilne, so it was only by chance that after finding Eva I looked for her mother too. I found this disturbing.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch
Switzerland


-------- Original-Nachricht --------

Datum: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 03:39:15 -0400
Von: tom <tomk@ecologicaltech.com>
An: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Betreff: Re:[h-sig] RE: Lists and Miskolc
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~sigspop
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
one of the drawbacks of the "hungarian jewish survivors listed in a
hungarian periodical" list seems to be that married women are listed in
the customary hungarian fashion as "wife of" and their husband's name,
but the transcription includes neither their given nor maiden names.

once again, it helps to experiment a bit with the search function: there
are 116 hits for exactly ROSENBERG, but none of them have a given name of
ilona. however, there are only 4 records for PINTER, including one for
"PINTE'R, Dr. Be'lane', born 1898, place of birth not specified, located
Tröbitz, page 17", which might be the one, if you know her husband's name.


....... tom klein, toronto
--
GMX startet ShortView.de. Hier findest Du Leute mit Deinen Interessen!
Jetzt dabei sein: http://www.shortview.de/?mc=sv_ext_mf@gmx