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Re: Long Island Genner--Oceanside Garden Sanatorium #general

Evertjan. <exxjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Clorissa Young Gioscia wrote on 05 apr 2013 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

My name is clorissa young and my mother was a patient at the
Oceanside garden sanatorium. I too am trying to get more
information. I know that the Dr's laufer who lived in Rockville
Center owned the hospital. Not sure what happened to them.
Please contact me at cgioscia@gmail.com if you find anything
out. Thank you Clorissa Young Gioscia
You responded to a posting in this NG >from 12 years ago.

Try Googling for "Oceanside Gardens Sanitarium"
at Oceanside, Nassau, N.Y.

However if you realy want answers in this NG,
give the names of your mother end the all dates you can find.

--
Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Long Island Genner--Oceanside Garden Sanatorium #general

Evertjan. <exxjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Clorissa Young Gioscia wrote on 05 apr 2013 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

My name is clorissa young and my mother was a patient at the
Oceanside garden sanatorium. I too am trying to get more
information. I know that the Dr's laufer who lived in Rockville
Center owned the hospital. Not sure what happened to them.
Please contact me at cgioscia@gmail.com if you find anything
out. Thank you Clorissa Young Gioscia
You responded to a posting in this NG >from 12 years ago.

Try Googling for "Oceanside Gardens Sanitarium"
at Oceanside, Nassau, N.Y.

However if you realy want answers in this NG,
give the names of your mother end the all dates you can find.

--
Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
(Please change the x'es to dots in my emailaddress)
Visit [recently changed URL]: <http://synagogeenschede.nl/>


1873/ 1874/1875 Riga Birth records and The Riga Census translation part 16 #latvia

Christine Usdin
 

Subject: 1873/ 1874/1875 Riga Birth records,
http://usdine.free.fr/rigarecordsandcensus.html

and The Riga Census translation part 16
http://usdine.free.fr/rigacensuscontents.html

Best
Christine Usdin


Latvia SIG #Latvia 1873/ 1874/1875 Riga Birth records and The Riga Census translation part 16 #latvia

Christine Usdin
 

Subject: 1873/ 1874/1875 Riga Birth records,
http://usdine.free.fr/rigarecordsandcensus.html

and The Riga Census translation part 16
http://usdine.free.fr/rigacensuscontents.html

Best
Christine Usdin


Note of Introduction #latvia

Victor Weisskopf
 

Hi Latvia-Siggers, I'm writing to introduce myself as a new member,
Vic WEISSKOPF, J-G Research 120906.

Have been doing family history research for nearly thirty years and
consider myself an advanced computer user.

Our link to Latvia is through Kurland: my great grandfather, William
LAZARUS and his wife Ellena LEVINSON MYAR LAZARUS arrived in Camden,
Arkansas (in the southeastern part of that state) in 1858 or '59, and
in time for the Federal Census of 1860. Several other LAZARUS
individuals took up residence there, too, as well as members of the
MYAR family who were related through blood and marriage.

William's first son was my grandfather Cyrus LAZARUS, who was born in
Goldingen, Kurland, and a toddler on arrival in the USA. After Ellena's
death, William LAZARUS remarried Hannah BRAUNSTEIN and had two more
children, Emma and Joseph William LAZARUS. Cyrus LAZARUS lived between
1869 and 1874 in the New Orleans Widows' & Orphans Home.

William LAZARUS died and was buried in St. Louis, MO in 1874, but
there's no indication as to why he was there or not brought back to
Arkansas.

I have established memorial pages for many of these individuals on
Findagrave(dot)com.

Would like to hear >from anyone regarding the above families, locations,
and Kurland in general.

Victor C WEISSKOPF Skokie, IL

Researching: WEISSKOPF, BIBO, LAZARUS, MYAR, MARX, KOBER, KOHNER, BAYER
in Germany, Bohemia, Kurland, and USA


Latvia SIG #Latvia Note of Introduction #latvia

Victor Weisskopf
 

Hi Latvia-Siggers, I'm writing to introduce myself as a new member,
Vic WEISSKOPF, J-G Research 120906.

Have been doing family history research for nearly thirty years and
consider myself an advanced computer user.

Our link to Latvia is through Kurland: my great grandfather, William
LAZARUS and his wife Ellena LEVINSON MYAR LAZARUS arrived in Camden,
Arkansas (in the southeastern part of that state) in 1858 or '59, and
in time for the Federal Census of 1860. Several other LAZARUS
individuals took up residence there, too, as well as members of the
MYAR family who were related through blood and marriage.

William's first son was my grandfather Cyrus LAZARUS, who was born in
Goldingen, Kurland, and a toddler on arrival in the USA. After Ellena's
death, William LAZARUS remarried Hannah BRAUNSTEIN and had two more
children, Emma and Joseph William LAZARUS. Cyrus LAZARUS lived between
1869 and 1874 in the New Orleans Widows' & Orphans Home.

William LAZARUS died and was buried in St. Louis, MO in 1874, but
there's no indication as to why he was there or not brought back to
Arkansas.

I have established memorial pages for many of these individuals on
Findagrave(dot)com.

Would like to hear >from anyone regarding the above families, locations,
and Kurland in general.

Victor C WEISSKOPF Skokie, IL

Researching: WEISSKOPF, BIBO, LAZARUS, MYAR, MARX, KOBER, KOHNER, BAYER
in Germany, Bohemia, Kurland, and USA


Re: SOLOVEITCHIK family #dna

jeffwexler@...
 

Diane--

Thanks for your e-mail.

On the Yahoo Groups website for R1a1a Ashkenazi Levites, we have
posted a memorandum that discusses the Khazarian hypothesis, along
with other hypotheses concerning the potential origin of R1a1a
Ashkenazi Levites.

Additional Y-DNA testing, including specialized SNP testing, of
various populations may help identify the populations that are most
closely related to R1a1a Ashkenazi Levites, which should shed light
upon the identity of the R1a1a Ashkenazi Levite progenitor who lived
about 1,300 years ago.

I don't believe that there is a Y-DNA haplogroup, other than R1a1a,
that is shared by a large proportion of Levites.

Jeff Wexler
Los Angeles

* * *

It is speculation that the one common ancestor for this group is
King Bulan of Khazaria who converted to Judaism c. 750 AD and had
Many sons which had many sons and that is possibly why there is
Such a large Levite group separate >from the traditional Levite group.

Check with Bennett Greenspan of Family Tree DNA to learn more.

Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ


DNA Research #DNA RE: SOLOVEITCHIK family #dna

jeffwexler@...
 

Diane--

Thanks for your e-mail.

On the Yahoo Groups website for R1a1a Ashkenazi Levites, we have
posted a memorandum that discusses the Khazarian hypothesis, along
with other hypotheses concerning the potential origin of R1a1a
Ashkenazi Levites.

Additional Y-DNA testing, including specialized SNP testing, of
various populations may help identify the populations that are most
closely related to R1a1a Ashkenazi Levites, which should shed light
upon the identity of the R1a1a Ashkenazi Levite progenitor who lived
about 1,300 years ago.

I don't believe that there is a Y-DNA haplogroup, other than R1a1a,
that is shared by a large proportion of Levites.

Jeff Wexler
Los Angeles

* * *

It is speculation that the one common ancestor for this group is
King Bulan of Khazaria who converted to Judaism c. 750 AD and had
Many sons which had many sons and that is possibly why there is
Such a large Levite group separate >from the traditional Levite group.

Check with Bennett Greenspan of Family Tree DNA to learn more.

Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ


Researcher in Minsk? #belarus

naomi.h@...
 

Dear all,
I wonder if anyone can recommend a researcher
to work in the Minsk and possibly Rechitsa archives
for me.If you have experience of a good researcher
please let know.Many thanks,
Naomi Hamilton
York,England
Researching:ROSENBERG,STRELNITSKI
and RAPAPORT


Belarus SIG #Belarus Researcher in Minsk? #belarus

naomi.h@...
 

Dear all,
I wonder if anyone can recommend a researcher
to work in the Minsk and possibly Rechitsa archives
for me.If you have experience of a good researcher
please let know.Many thanks,
Naomi Hamilton
York,England
Researching:ROSENBERG,STRELNITSKI
and RAPAPORT


The National Library (NLI) and the Central Archives (CAHJP) have merged #belarus

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

This message just came out. I am sure it will of interest to many of you.

The National Library (NLI) and the Central Archives (CAHJP) have merged

The National Library of Israel (NLI) and the Central Archives for the
History of the Jewish People (CAHJP) are happy to announce a recent
merger between both institutions. For over 120 years, the National
Library of Israel has been collecting, preserving and making
accessible one of the world's most significant collections of Hebraica
and Judaica. The merger with the CAHJP will strengthen both
institutions and eventually provide improved accessibility to the
overwhelming collections which have been collected by the CAHJP. The
CAHJP was founded over 70 years ago in Jerusalem by a group of
historians and public figures who sought to preserve the historical
heritage of the Jewish people. Over the years the CAHJP managed to
collect the archives of thousands of communities, organizations,
families and Jewish personalities >from 64 countries. Its current
holdings consist of more than 60 million pages of original material,
spanning >from the 14th century up until the 20th century, with an
additional 18 million frames of microfilm.

Although the National Library of Israel (NLI) was founded in 1892,
only in 2007 was the National Library Act passed in the Knesset,
establishing its status as the National Library of the Jewish people
and the State of Israel. The mission of the National Library of Israel
(NLI) is to collect, preserve, cultivate and endow treasures of
knowledge, heritage and culture, with an emphasis on the State of
Israel and pre-state history, and the Jewish people. By incorporating
current and evolving technologies, at the nexus of Israel's national
and cultural center in Jerusalem, the NLI will forge the rich past
with the intellectual and cultural productivity of generations to
come. The NLI plays a transformative role, opening its physical and
virtual gates to people of all nations and religions, committed to
serving a broad and diversified population of users, both in Israel
and globally. As part of its renewal, the NLI has updated its
collection strategy, deciding to strengthen its archival collections
by merging with the most important archive for the history of the
Jewish people. The merging process will last several years, eventually
transferring the collections of the CAHJP to the National Library of
Israel's new building.


Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy

Keep up to date on archives, databases and genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with
http://twitter.com/JewDataGenGirl


Belarus SIG #Belarus The National Library (NLI) and the Central Archives (CAHJP) have merged #belarus

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

This message just came out. I am sure it will of interest to many of you.

The National Library (NLI) and the Central Archives (CAHJP) have merged

The National Library of Israel (NLI) and the Central Archives for the
History of the Jewish People (CAHJP) are happy to announce a recent
merger between both institutions. For over 120 years, the National
Library of Israel has been collecting, preserving and making
accessible one of the world's most significant collections of Hebraica
and Judaica. The merger with the CAHJP will strengthen both
institutions and eventually provide improved accessibility to the
overwhelming collections which have been collected by the CAHJP. The
CAHJP was founded over 70 years ago in Jerusalem by a group of
historians and public figures who sought to preserve the historical
heritage of the Jewish people. Over the years the CAHJP managed to
collect the archives of thousands of communities, organizations,
families and Jewish personalities >from 64 countries. Its current
holdings consist of more than 60 million pages of original material,
spanning >from the 14th century up until the 20th century, with an
additional 18 million frames of microfilm.

Although the National Library of Israel (NLI) was founded in 1892,
only in 2007 was the National Library Act passed in the Knesset,
establishing its status as the National Library of the Jewish people
and the State of Israel. The mission of the National Library of Israel
(NLI) is to collect, preserve, cultivate and endow treasures of
knowledge, heritage and culture, with an emphasis on the State of
Israel and pre-state history, and the Jewish people. By incorporating
current and evolving technologies, at the nexus of Israel's national
and cultural center in Jerusalem, the NLI will forge the rich past
with the intellectual and cultural productivity of generations to
come. The NLI plays a transformative role, opening its physical and
virtual gates to people of all nations and religions, committed to
serving a broad and diversified population of users, both in Israel
and globally. As part of its renewal, the NLI has updated its
collection strategy, deciding to strengthen its archival collections
by merging with the most important archive for the history of the
Jewish people. The merging process will last several years, eventually
transferring the collections of the CAHJP to the National Library of
Israel's new building.


Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy

Keep up to date on archives, databases and genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with
http://twitter.com/JewDataGenGirl


Ryasno (Dribin) , Mogilev: List of Holocaust Victims #belarus

Marilyn Robinson
 

The list is based on documents >from the Central Archives of the Ministry
of Defense (N140/MAR/110, Foundation 49th Army, inventory 9733, case
120, sheet 46 ACT.) (Unfortunately, I don't have the link to the source
from which I gathered the information).
About 490 Jews were murdered by the Nazis in a mass execution by firing
squad on March 3, 1942.

The following are the last names of some of the victims:

AINBINDER, BASIN, BELENKY, BIEHAR, GILMAN, GORBATOVSKAYA, GORLACHEV, a
family (possibly the Gorlachev family--) with the names: "Michael,
Nahum, Nohem, Nuhem, wife + 3 others, Rebecca, Seema, Tane, Hai, Khaye,
Shleyme", GORLACHIK, GUREVICH, DOBKIN, DRAGUN, ZEVELEV, KAGAN, KREYDEL,
LIPOVICH, MALKIN, MARIN/MERIN, MEROVICH, MERHASIN/MERKHASIN, MELAMED,
MONASHEVSKAYA, OSIR/OSHIRO, PEVZNER, RABINOVICH/RABINOWITZ, RABSKAYA,
RIVKIN, SAGALOV, SORIN, TERFUS, TRUCHIKHIN, KHAYKIN, CHAUSER/CHAUCER,
CHERNYAK, SHEYNIN, SHETEYMETS, SCHNEIDERMAN, SHULMAN, SHUMAN/SHUMANN.
There are some first names, DOB/ages, and number of family members
killed, associated with the last names, as well.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida
YUDIN (Sharkovshchina), REICHMAN (Warsaw), LEVINE/LURIA (Lodz),
TAUFIELD, UNTERBERGER (Krakow/Galicia), KAPELNER, SCHUTZ
(Krakow/Galicia/Ulanow), REGENT (Krakow/Galicia)


Belarus SIG #Belarus Ryasno (Dribin) , Mogilev: List of Holocaust Victims #belarus

Marilyn Robinson
 

The list is based on documents >from the Central Archives of the Ministry
of Defense (N140/MAR/110, Foundation 49th Army, inventory 9733, case
120, sheet 46 ACT.) (Unfortunately, I don't have the link to the source
from which I gathered the information).
About 490 Jews were murdered by the Nazis in a mass execution by firing
squad on March 3, 1942.

The following are the last names of some of the victims:

AINBINDER, BASIN, BELENKY, BIEHAR, GILMAN, GORBATOVSKAYA, GORLACHEV, a
family (possibly the Gorlachev family--) with the names: "Michael,
Nahum, Nohem, Nuhem, wife + 3 others, Rebecca, Seema, Tane, Hai, Khaye,
Shleyme", GORLACHIK, GUREVICH, DOBKIN, DRAGUN, ZEVELEV, KAGAN, KREYDEL,
LIPOVICH, MALKIN, MARIN/MERIN, MEROVICH, MERHASIN/MERKHASIN, MELAMED,
MONASHEVSKAYA, OSIR/OSHIRO, PEVZNER, RABINOVICH/RABINOWITZ, RABSKAYA,
RIVKIN, SAGALOV, SORIN, TERFUS, TRUCHIKHIN, KHAYKIN, CHAUSER/CHAUCER,
CHERNYAK, SHEYNIN, SHETEYMETS, SCHNEIDERMAN, SHULMAN, SHUMAN/SHUMANN.
There are some first names, DOB/ages, and number of family members
killed, associated with the last names, as well.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida
YUDIN (Sharkovshchina), REICHMAN (Warsaw), LEVINE/LURIA (Lodz),
TAUFIELD, UNTERBERGER (Krakow/Galicia), KAPELNER, SCHUTZ
(Krakow/Galicia/Ulanow), REGENT (Krakow/Galicia)


Researching GOLDBAUM from Yurevichi #belarus

Wendy Freebourne <art@...>
 

Hello

I am researching my paternal grandmother's family who were called GOLDBAUM
in all the UK records. She came to England with her parents and siblings
sometime after 1904, when the last sibling was born in Russia. They settled
in Mile End, London and my great grandfather was a presser in the garment
industry. In the 1911 census, my grandmother's place of birth is given as
Yurevichi, Russia. Her parents' census just said Russia.

I haven't found any GOLDBAUMs in the records for that area but lots of
Goldbergs in a list of most used names. However, I doubt this mistake would
have been made by the family.

I have noticed a place called Yurkevichi, near Odessa. As my paternal
grandfather came >from Odessa, I am wondering if my grandmother's family came
from there.
Can anyone throw any light on GOLDBAUM >from Yurevichi?

Many thanks.

Wendy Freebourne, Bath UK
Researching GOLDBAUM
art@wendyfreebourne.com
MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately


Belarus SIG #Belarus Researching GOLDBAUM from Yurevichi #belarus

Wendy Freebourne <art@...>
 

Hello

I am researching my paternal grandmother's family who were called GOLDBAUM
in all the UK records. She came to England with her parents and siblings
sometime after 1904, when the last sibling was born in Russia. They settled
in Mile End, London and my great grandfather was a presser in the garment
industry. In the 1911 census, my grandmother's place of birth is given as
Yurevichi, Russia. Her parents' census just said Russia.

I haven't found any GOLDBAUMs in the records for that area but lots of
Goldbergs in a list of most used names. However, I doubt this mistake would
have been made by the family.

I have noticed a place called Yurkevichi, near Odessa. As my paternal
grandfather came >from Odessa, I am wondering if my grandmother's family came
from there.
Can anyone throw any light on GOLDBAUM >from Yurevichi?

Many thanks.

Wendy Freebourne, Bath UK
Researching GOLDBAUM
art@wendyfreebourne.com
MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately


Re: Death Records - translation #hungary

samara99@...
 

from "Methods and Maps" on the H-SIG web page, a list of causes of death:
http://www.antiquusmorbus.com/International/Hungarian.htm


On 4/1/2013 3:00 AM, Sharon Gill wrote:
Good Morning All

I have posted some death records on ViewMate >from the 1860's in Szered, was Hungary, now Hungary. I would really appreciate it if anyone could translate the causes of death please.

The links are:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key&806
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key&807
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key&808


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key&809


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key&810


This is my first posting on ViewMate, so I hope I have done this correctly!

Many thanks all

Sharon Gill
England

Researching: Weinberger and Huschak

Moderator: Have you checked the Hungarian SIG website? Resources include translations of common
Hungarian terms for causes of death. Go to http://www.jewishgen.org/Hungary/methods.htm and scroll
down to the Language section.

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Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Death Records - translation #hungary

samara99@...
 

from "Methods and Maps" on the H-SIG web page, a list of causes of death:
http://www.antiquusmorbus.com/International/Hungarian.htm


On 4/1/2013 3:00 AM, Sharon Gill wrote:
Good Morning All

I have posted some death records on ViewMate >from the 1860's in Szered, was Hungary, now Hungary. I would really appreciate it if anyone could translate the causes of death please.

The links are:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key&806
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key&807
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key&808


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key&809


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key&810


This is my first posting on ViewMate, so I hope I have done this correctly!

Many thanks all

Sharon Gill
England

Researching: Weinberger and Huschak

Moderator: Have you checked the Hungarian SIG website? Resources include translations of common
Hungarian terms for causes of death. Go to http://www.jewishgen.org/Hungary/methods.htm and scroll
down to the Language section.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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JewishGen: The Home of Jewish Genealogy
Visit our home page at http://www.jewishgen.org
For more information on the Hungarian SIG
see our website at http://www.jewishgen.org/hungary/
and check out the fabulous Hungary Database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/
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New JewishGen Education Class starts April 12 #hungary

bounce-2586309-772961@...
 

This is a Four Week Course focusing on your immigrant ancestors and
their immediate families in the United States.

The course is a personal mentoring program which features an online
FORUM open 24/7. Students post an ancestral branch (one surname), set
objectives for their research, and work one-on-one with the instructor.
The BASIC course does not include research beyond what is available in
United States. Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the
Internet and downloading files. To best utilize this class, we suggest
students have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons, search online and
interact with the instructor on the Forum.

Tuition for Basic Genealogy is $80, This fee is waived if you qualify
for the Value Added Services having made a $100 donation to
JewishGen's General Fund within the past 12 months. You are
welcome to enroll at no additional charge (the system will recognize you
and will not ask for a credit card). Registration is open.

To Register or for more information

Go to http://www.jewishgen.org/education

For questions, please email JewishGen-Education@lyris.JewishGen.org

Nancy Holden


Hungary SIG #Hungary New JewishGen Education Class starts April 12 #hungary

bounce-2586309-772961@...
 

This is a Four Week Course focusing on your immigrant ancestors and
their immediate families in the United States.

The course is a personal mentoring program which features an online
FORUM open 24/7. Students post an ancestral branch (one surname), set
objectives for their research, and work one-on-one with the instructor.
The BASIC course does not include research beyond what is available in
United States. Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the
Internet and downloading files. To best utilize this class, we suggest
students have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons, search online and
interact with the instructor on the Forum.

Tuition for Basic Genealogy is $80, This fee is waived if you qualify
for the Value Added Services having made a $100 donation to
JewishGen's General Fund within the past 12 months. You are
welcome to enroll at no additional charge (the system will recognize you
and will not ask for a credit card). Registration is open.

To Register or for more information

Go to http://www.jewishgen.org/education

For questions, please email JewishGen-Education@lyris.JewishGen.org

Nancy Holden

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