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Kaplan Family in Argentina #poland

Janis Schonholz <jschonholz@...>
 

Hello Fellow Sigger's,

I am trying to find my grandmother's brother, David Kaplan, who went
from Krynki, Poland/Russia which was near Bialystok to Argentina. I
think there were 11 siblings in his family. His sister Yente (Yetta
my grandmother) went to Havana Cuba and another sister Masza (who
visited him a number of times in Argentina) who also went to Cuba.
Both sisters and their families eventually settled in Brooklyn NY in
the 1940's.

I have 3 photos. One is of David Kaplan, the second is the family in
Krynki and the third is Masza in the middle and I think David Kaplan
to the right. If you contact me I can send photos to see if you
recognize anyone.

Thanking you in advance,

Janis

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


JRI Poland #Poland Kaplan Family in Argentina #poland

Janis Schonholz <jschonholz@...>
 

Hello Fellow Sigger's,

I am trying to find my grandmother's brother, David Kaplan, who went
from Krynki, Poland/Russia which was near Bialystok to Argentina. I
think there were 11 siblings in his family. His sister Yente (Yetta
my grandmother) went to Havana Cuba and another sister Masza (who
visited him a number of times in Argentina) who also went to Cuba.
Both sisters and their families eventually settled in Brooklyn NY in
the 1940's.

I have 3 photos. One is of David Kaplan, the second is the family in
Krynki and the third is Masza in the middle and I think David Kaplan
to the right. If you contact me I can send photos to see if you
recognize anyone.

Thanking you in advance,

Janis

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


ViewMate translation request-Polish or Russian #poland

Mara Friedman <marafriedman2151@...>
 

I've posted 2 vital records in Polish or Russian for which I need a
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68315
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68316

Loose translation is fine. Most interested in all names, dates,
towns. One is a marriage record for Kelman Goldberg & Gitla Geliksman
in 1873, and the other is a birth record for Liba Laia Goldberg in
1875.

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much!

Mara Friedman


JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate translation request-Polish or Russian #poland

Mara Friedman <marafriedman2151@...>
 

I've posted 2 vital records in Polish or Russian for which I need a
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68315
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68316

Loose translation is fine. Most interested in all names, dates,
towns. One is a marriage record for Kelman Goldberg & Gitla Geliksman
in 1873, and the other is a birth record for Liba Laia Goldberg in
1875.

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much!

Mara Friedman


ViewMate Help #galicia

tfanders@...
 

Dear Galicianers, I've posted 3 vital records. Two are in Polish and
seem to be some kind of ID card. One is for Jan Broder (VM 67202)
and the other is for his brother Artur Broder (VM67200). The third
document I believe is in German and describes or validates a
marriage (VM67201) for which I need a translation. The files are on
ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM67202
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM67200
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM67201

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank You

Thomas Anders
South Dartmouth MA


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia ViewMate Help #galicia

tfanders@...
 

Dear Galicianers, I've posted 3 vital records. Two are in Polish and
seem to be some kind of ID card. One is for Jan Broder (VM 67202)
and the other is for his brother Artur Broder (VM67200). The third
document I believe is in German and describes or validates a
marriage (VM67201) for which I need a translation. The files are on
ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM67202
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM67200
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM67201

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank You

Thomas Anders
South Dartmouth MA


Re: Seeking Heinrich WALLACH who was born in Bad Suelze in Mecklenburg in December of 1857 #germany

Peter Lobbenberg
 

Ronny, I'm not sure you have been looking in the right place.

Heinrich turns up in Roermond, in the Netherlands, in a census there
https://tinyurl.com/y8vqw53a.
  A note against his name on the right of the page indicates that the family
left Roermond for Brussels in January 1894.  The date of the census is
unclear, but it appears to be between 1891 and 1894 (perhaps it was added
to >from time to time as a running record, rather than being on a fixed date).

On the same page is the LAMM family, including Marianne LAMM
(born 4 February 1868).

A search on
www.wiewaswie.nl
shows that a daughter Blanche WALLACH was born to Heinrich WALLACH and
Marianne LAMM in Roermond on 4 April 1891.
(Another site https://tinyurl.com/y8g7d4md gives a slightly earlier
birth date, 30 March 1891.)

According to https://tinyurl.com/y86f7bco, Heinrich and Marianne's
children were Ivan WALLACH born 1886 in St Petersburg, Russia (!),
Aline WALLACH aka Mina born 1889 in Belgium, and Blanche WALLACH
born 1891 in Roermond, see above. Although various dates etc on that
website are in my view unreliable, all three children
also feature on the Roermond census below Heinrich's name, see above.

If nothing else, the fact that their surname was WALLACH seems to suggest
that Heinrich and Marianne were married, although that isn't clear to me
beyond doubt. Happily Aline/Mina and Blanche both appear to have living
descendants, who hopefully, should be readily traceable.

The website also records, less happily, that Ivan is rumoured to have
run off, aged 18, with the family's life savings: perhaps to South
America, but anyway never to be heard of again. And it adds (but again
unreliably?) that Heinrich died in Cuba, of yellow fever, in 1891.

Whether or not the facts are accurate, the year of death looks inconsistent
with the Roermond census: even so, it is clearly one and the same Heinrich.
(The site manager also runs a family tree on ancestry.com, where Heinrich
is indexed under "Henri WALLACH".)

All the above suggests that Heinrich's documented 1890 voyage
to the USA may have been only a short one. There is also a record
of a Heinrich WALLACH >from Germany sailing >from Bremen to New York
eight years earlier, in 1882, on the SS Oder; and one >from Hamburg
in 1889 on the SS Augusta Victoria (the same ship as Heinrich's
1890 voyage). If those are the same Heinrich, it looks like he
may have been travelling on business rather than immigrating.
At all events he was evidently a much travelled man.

Good hunting!

Peter Lobbenberg, London, England peterlob@peterlob.co.uk

Ronald Wallace,   Apollo Beach, FL  ronald@thewallaces.net wrote:
I am trying to trace a Heinrich WALLACH who was born in Bad Suelze in
Mecklenburg in December of 1857. He was Adopted by the HEYMANSON family (His
Mother's family) of Luebeck after his Father died in 1870.
He came to the United States and arrived, I believe, on August 16th 1890
I have been unable to find any trace of him after that. It is likely that he
changed his name to Henry WALLACH or Henry WALLACE or something like that.
If anyone has any information about him, I would be most grateful.


German SIG #Germany Re: Seeking Heinrich WALLACH who was born in Bad Suelze in Mecklenburg in December of 1857 #germany

Peter Lobbenberg
 

Ronny, I'm not sure you have been looking in the right place.

Heinrich turns up in Roermond, in the Netherlands, in a census there
https://tinyurl.com/y8vqw53a.
  A note against his name on the right of the page indicates that the family
left Roermond for Brussels in January 1894.  The date of the census is
unclear, but it appears to be between 1891 and 1894 (perhaps it was added
to >from time to time as a running record, rather than being on a fixed date).

On the same page is the LAMM family, including Marianne LAMM
(born 4 February 1868).

A search on
www.wiewaswie.nl
shows that a daughter Blanche WALLACH was born to Heinrich WALLACH and
Marianne LAMM in Roermond on 4 April 1891.
(Another site https://tinyurl.com/y8g7d4md gives a slightly earlier
birth date, 30 March 1891.)

According to https://tinyurl.com/y86f7bco, Heinrich and Marianne's
children were Ivan WALLACH born 1886 in St Petersburg, Russia (!),
Aline WALLACH aka Mina born 1889 in Belgium, and Blanche WALLACH
born 1891 in Roermond, see above. Although various dates etc on that
website are in my view unreliable, all three children
also feature on the Roermond census below Heinrich's name, see above.

If nothing else, the fact that their surname was WALLACH seems to suggest
that Heinrich and Marianne were married, although that isn't clear to me
beyond doubt. Happily Aline/Mina and Blanche both appear to have living
descendants, who hopefully, should be readily traceable.

The website also records, less happily, that Ivan is rumoured to have
run off, aged 18, with the family's life savings: perhaps to South
America, but anyway never to be heard of again. And it adds (but again
unreliably?) that Heinrich died in Cuba, of yellow fever, in 1891.

Whether or not the facts are accurate, the year of death looks inconsistent
with the Roermond census: even so, it is clearly one and the same Heinrich.
(The site manager also runs a family tree on ancestry.com, where Heinrich
is indexed under "Henri WALLACH".)

All the above suggests that Heinrich's documented 1890 voyage
to the USA may have been only a short one. There is also a record
of a Heinrich WALLACH >from Germany sailing >from Bremen to New York
eight years earlier, in 1882, on the SS Oder; and one >from Hamburg
in 1889 on the SS Augusta Victoria (the same ship as Heinrich's
1890 voyage). If those are the same Heinrich, it looks like he
may have been travelling on business rather than immigrating.
At all events he was evidently a much travelled man.

Good hunting!

Peter Lobbenberg, London, England peterlob@peterlob.co.uk

Ronald Wallace,   Apollo Beach, FL  ronald@thewallaces.net wrote:
I am trying to trace a Heinrich WALLACH who was born in Bad Suelze in
Mecklenburg in December of 1857. He was Adopted by the HEYMANSON family (His
Mother's family) of Luebeck after his Father died in 1870.
He came to the United States and arrived, I believe, on August 16th 1890
I have been unable to find any trace of him after that. It is likely that he
changed his name to Henry WALLACH or Henry WALLACE or something like that.
If anyone has any information about him, I would be most grateful.


Seeking Else JORDAN born ROSENBERG [Born 22-Sep-1891 in Unna Germany] #germany

Mike Redel <redel.mike@...>
 

Dear gersigs,

I hope someone of you could help me.

Else JORDAN born ROSENBERG was Born 22-Sep-1891 in Unna Germany.
She lived in Berlin Joachimsthal Eibenweg 24

I haven't found something about her in yad vashem or familysearch. What
is happend with her? Who was her husband an her parents?

Regards, Mike Redel, Unna - Germany redel.mike@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Seeking Else JORDAN born ROSENBERG [Born 22-Sep-1891 in Unna Germany] #germany

Mike Redel <redel.mike@...>
 

Dear gersigs,

I hope someone of you could help me.

Else JORDAN born ROSENBERG was Born 22-Sep-1891 in Unna Germany.
She lived in Berlin Joachimsthal Eibenweg 24

I haven't found something about her in yad vashem or familysearch. What
is happend with her? Who was her husband an her parents?

Regards, Mike Redel, Unna - Germany redel.mike@gmail.com


[Seeking] Jeanette BUDDIG born ROSENBERG [Born 06-Apr-1890 in Unna Germany] #germany

Mike Redel <redel.mike@...>
 

Dear gersigs,
I hope someone of you could help me.

Jeanette BUDDIG born ROSENBERG was Born 06-Apr-1890 in Unna Germany.
She lived in Rendsburg Kronprinzenstr. 24.

I haven't found anything about her in yad vashem or familysearch. What
is happend with her? Who was her husband an her parents?

Regards, Mike Redel, Unna - Germany redel.mike@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany [Seeking] Jeanette BUDDIG born ROSENBERG [Born 06-Apr-1890 in Unna Germany] #germany

Mike Redel <redel.mike@...>
 

Dear gersigs,
I hope someone of you could help me.

Jeanette BUDDIG born ROSENBERG was Born 06-Apr-1890 in Unna Germany.
She lived in Rendsburg Kronprinzenstr. 24.

I haven't found anything about her in yad vashem or familysearch. What
is happend with her? Who was her husband an her parents?

Regards, Mike Redel, Unna - Germany redel.mike@gmail.com


SITE CITE - Re: name adoption list in Groningen [and Jewish Genealogy research in Holland] #germany

Gerhard Buck <gbuckidstein22@...>
 

Genealogical research in the Netherlands is easy, because it is well
organized. The first address is;
www.nljewgen.org the website of the Nederlandse Kring voor
Joodse Genealogie / Netherlands Society of Jewish Genealogy.
There you find information for all parts of the Netherlands.

Direct access to a person in all the archives of the country offers
https://www.wiewaswie.nl (who was who) with a version in English. If
you are lucky, the final stage of a long way is a digitized document.
This website is very useful for information about persons who fled
from Germany around 1940 and of whom you only know their names.
However, patience is required until one has understood, how the system
works. In the present case, the name Levie Jacob Meyer/Meijer has too
many spelling variations for rapid findings.

For research in Groningen I recommend the website of the city archive
www.groningerarchieven.nl or the e-mail address
info@groningerarchieven.nl

Gerhard Buck, Idstein, Germany buckidstein@t-online.de

Joelle Meyer Joelle.meyer24@gmail.com wrote:
I did not find a Dutch Regional Special Interest Groups and thus am using
the German one.
I am looking for my ancestor >from the city of Groningen born in 1804 or 1805
named Levie Jacob Meyer/Meijer who then went to Emden in Germany with his
family probably after 1820.
His Hebrew name is Yehuda.
Until now I had no success to find him, but I am continuing my researches. I
thought that perhaps the name Meyer was taken later on in 1811.
https://sites.google.com/a/lambertsz.net/carpark/genealogy/napoleon-1811-and
-the-dutch-family-names
Does anyone know where to find the name adoption lists of Groningen ?
If anyone otherwise has any idea on how to organize better my research I
would be grateful for any advice.


German SIG #Germany SITE CITE - Re: name adoption list in Groningen [and Jewish Genealogy research in Holland] #germany

Gerhard Buck <gbuckidstein22@...>
 

Genealogical research in the Netherlands is easy, because it is well
organized. The first address is;
www.nljewgen.org the website of the Nederlandse Kring voor
Joodse Genealogie / Netherlands Society of Jewish Genealogy.
There you find information for all parts of the Netherlands.

Direct access to a person in all the archives of the country offers
https://www.wiewaswie.nl (who was who) with a version in English. If
you are lucky, the final stage of a long way is a digitized document.
This website is very useful for information about persons who fled
from Germany around 1940 and of whom you only know their names.
However, patience is required until one has understood, how the system
works. In the present case, the name Levie Jacob Meyer/Meijer has too
many spelling variations for rapid findings.

For research in Groningen I recommend the website of the city archive
www.groningerarchieven.nl or the e-mail address
info@groningerarchieven.nl

Gerhard Buck, Idstein, Germany buckidstein@t-online.de

Joelle Meyer Joelle.meyer24@gmail.com wrote:
I did not find a Dutch Regional Special Interest Groups and thus am using
the German one.
I am looking for my ancestor >from the city of Groningen born in 1804 or 1805
named Levie Jacob Meyer/Meijer who then went to Emden in Germany with his
family probably after 1820.
His Hebrew name is Yehuda.
Until now I had no success to find him, but I am continuing my researches. I
thought that perhaps the name Meyer was taken later on in 1811.
https://sites.google.com/a/lambertsz.net/carpark/genealogy/napoleon-1811-and
-the-dutch-family-names
Does anyone know where to find the name adoption lists of Groningen ?
If anyone otherwise has any idea on how to organize better my research I
would be grateful for any advice.


Looking for old Hungarian Jewish books #hungary

Jake Jacobs
 

Does anyone know of a good source for old Hungarian Jewish books?

There are two books of interest to my family which were lost in the Shoah. =
One is a book on education written by my great-grandfather, Mor Gondos; it =
is possible the book was published under his previous name, Mor Goldmann. =
We do not know the name or year of publication. It would be before 1931. =
The other is a yearbook of the Makkabea (sp?), the Zionist student organiza=
tion at Pazmany Peter University in Budapest, for the years around 1921-26

thank you.
Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas


Hungary SIG #Hungary Looking for old Hungarian Jewish books #hungary

Jake Jacobs
 

Does anyone know of a good source for old Hungarian Jewish books?

There are two books of interest to my family which were lost in the Shoah. =
One is a book on education written by my great-grandfather, Mor Gondos; it =
is possible the book was published under his previous name, Mor Goldmann. =
We do not know the name or year of publication. It would be before 1931. =
The other is a yearbook of the Makkabea (sp?), the Zionist student organiza=
tion at Pazmany Peter University in Budapest, for the years around 1921-26

thank you.
Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas


Stopersteine in Ahrweiler Germany #germany

Peter Heilbrunn <pheilbrunn@...>
 

On a recent visit to Ahrweiler in Germany we stayed at the Am Weissen
Turm hotel. Opposite the hotel is the old Jewish synagogue with is
now used for events.

Nothing strange in that you may say. But what was strange was that in
the hotel room along with the usual literature was a brochure listing
all the stolpersteine to be found in Ahrweiler and its twin town,
Bad Neuenahr. Maps indicated the position of the stones and a page
of text and photos was included.

In Bad Neuenahr, 12 families are listed while Ahrweiler has 8 families.
If anyone is interested in seeing the brochure, feel free to contact me
- pheilbrunn@hotmail.com . You can also lean more at:
http://synagoge-ahrweiler.eu/

Regards, Peter Heilbrunn Amersham England pheilbrunn@hotmail.com


On a recent visit to Ahrweiler in Germany we stayed at the Am Weissen Turm =
hotel. Opposite the hotel is the old Jewish synagogue with is now used for =
events. Nothing strange in that you may say. But what was strange was that =
in the hotel room along with the usual literature was a brochure listing al=
l the stolpersteine to be found in Ahrweiler and its twin town, Bad Neuenah=
r. Maps indicated the position of the stones and a page of text and photos =
was included. In Bad Neuenahr, 12 families are listed while Ahrweiler has 8=
. If anyone is interested in seeing the brochure, feel free to contact me=
- pheilbrunn@hotmail.com . You can also lean more at http://synagoge-ahrwe=
iler.eu/=20

Regards,

Peter Heilbrunn=20
Tel +44 (0)1494 725966
Amersham England


German SIG #Germany Stopersteine in Ahrweiler Germany #germany

Peter Heilbrunn <pheilbrunn@...>
 

On a recent visit to Ahrweiler in Germany we stayed at the Am Weissen
Turm hotel. Opposite the hotel is the old Jewish synagogue with is
now used for events.

Nothing strange in that you may say. But what was strange was that in
the hotel room along with the usual literature was a brochure listing
all the stolpersteine to be found in Ahrweiler and its twin town,
Bad Neuenahr. Maps indicated the position of the stones and a page
of text and photos was included.

In Bad Neuenahr, 12 families are listed while Ahrweiler has 8 families.
If anyone is interested in seeing the brochure, feel free to contact me
- pheilbrunn@hotmail.com . You can also lean more at:
http://synagoge-ahrweiler.eu/

Regards, Peter Heilbrunn Amersham England pheilbrunn@hotmail.com


On a recent visit to Ahrweiler in Germany we stayed at the Am Weissen Turm =
hotel. Opposite the hotel is the old Jewish synagogue with is now used for =
events. Nothing strange in that you may say. But what was strange was that =
in the hotel room along with the usual literature was a brochure listing al=
l the stolpersteine to be found in Ahrweiler and its twin town, Bad Neuenah=
r. Maps indicated the position of the stones and a page of text and photos =
was included. In Bad Neuenahr, 12 families are listed while Ahrweiler has 8=
. If anyone is interested in seeing the brochure, feel free to contact me=
- pheilbrunn@hotmail.com . You can also lean more at http://synagoge-ahrwe=
iler.eu/=20

Regards,

Peter Heilbrunn=20
Tel +44 (0)1494 725966
Amersham England


name adoption list in Groningen #germany

joelle meyer <joelle.meyer24@...>
 

Hello

I did not find a Dutch Regional Special Interest Groups and thus am using
the German one.

I am looking for my ancestor >from the city of Groningen born in 1804 or 1805
named Levie Jacob Meyer/Meijer who then went to Emden in Germany with his
family probably after 1820.
His Hebrew name is Yehuda.

Until now I had no success to find him, but I am continuing my researches. I
thought that perhaps the name Meyer was taken later on in 1811.

https://sites.google.com/a/lambertsz.net/carpark/genealogy/napoleon-1811-and
-the-dutch-family-names

Does anyone know where to find the name adoption lists of Groningen ?

If anyone otherwise has any idea on how to organize better my research I
would be grateful for any advice.

Many thanks and best regards

Joelle Meyer Joelle.meyer24@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany name adoption list in Groningen #germany

joelle meyer <joelle.meyer24@...>
 

Hello

I did not find a Dutch Regional Special Interest Groups and thus am using
the German one.

I am looking for my ancestor >from the city of Groningen born in 1804 or 1805
named Levie Jacob Meyer/Meijer who then went to Emden in Germany with his
family probably after 1820.
His Hebrew name is Yehuda.

Until now I had no success to find him, but I am continuing my researches. I
thought that perhaps the name Meyer was taken later on in 1811.

https://sites.google.com/a/lambertsz.net/carpark/genealogy/napoleon-1811-and
-the-dutch-family-names

Does anyone know where to find the name adoption lists of Groningen ?

If anyone otherwise has any idea on how to organize better my research I
would be grateful for any advice.

Many thanks and best regards

Joelle Meyer Joelle.meyer24@gmail.com

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