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Re: Happy Chanukah & Merry Christmas from Australia

xan madera
 

hi from frankfurt/m too chag xanucca sameach & a happy weihnukka !+ gudn rutsch!
if someone want to findout more about inquisition and sefardi portuguese lisbon archive datas
please look here: http://antt.dglab.gov.pt/exposicoes-virtuais-2/inquisicao-de-lisboa-online/
i found 4 moreno datas  in the big list !
best wishes
jan braunholz - frankfurt/m

research for:

Braunhol(t)z in Germany :Braunschweig, Wolfenbüttel, Hannover, Hildesheim,Goslar, Göttingen, Berlin, Hamburg, Mölln, Lüneburg, Kassel,
Elsaß/Alsace-France

Braunholc  in Krasnik,Lublin,Zamosc,Lodz

Brunhault  in France

Brangolc  Poland,Russia,Lithuania,Latvia

Brunold    France, Germany
Brennholz   Czernovitsky,Ucraina

Moreno in Altona/Hamburg(1654)/ Berlin, Amsterdam, Curaçao, Pisa, Livorno and Tunis , Paris

Mareijn  in Bialystok

Marin  Paris+France

Kroll +Grundmann  in  Wronki, Czernikau, Poznan, Warszawa

Hetzer  in Coburg, Torgau, Leipzig, Stettin, Dresden, Göttingen, Frankfurt/M (since 1420)

Hess,Hesslein    Coburg, Bayreuth, Würzburg+ surroundings

Hildebrand   in Frankfurt/M , also before 1800 near Heidelberg/Heilbronn

Bergmann   Riga ,Berlin

Mahler+Buhl   Kaiserlautern, Karlsruhe, Alsace


Rav Shlomo Leib Mund of Montreal

Neil Rosenstein
 

Trying to make contact with the family of Rav Shlomo Leib Mund,who led a shul in Montreal before he and his wife moved to Ramat Beit Shemesh where she was tragically killed in an accident. He was/is a Geni manager.   


Happy Chanukah & Merry Christmas from Australia

Eli Rabinowitz
 

https://elirab.me/merry-hanukkah-happy-christmas-australia/


Chanukah In Cairns, Australia

Eli Rabinowitz
 

See the Wordpress Post:
https://elirab.me/chanukah_in_cairns/


Re: frenchsig digest: December 22, 2019 #france

almhuss@...
 

Yes, I would attend a luncheon meeting. I would also be willing to speak,
as we discussed.

Allan Huss


Get the latest JewishGen NEWS!

Nancy Siegel
 

We are pleased to announce the publication of JewishGen News, a periodic online newsletter that replaces the Weekly Updates. In addition to news about JewishGen and announcements regarding updates to our resources, we will include a variety of articles pertaining to Jewish genealogy.

 

In this issue you can read about:

  • A Chanukah Message From Avraham Groll

  • A Yizkor Book Account of Chanukah in Leżajsk, Poland

  • How Randy Schoenberg Found His Jewish Ancestors In Prague

  • Using The South Africa Jewish Year Books In Your Research

  • A Remarkable Sephardic Family In Poland

  • A Book Review Of Tracing Our Roots, Telling Our Stories

  • JewishGen’s Educational Offerings In 2020

  • Recent Updates To Our Archival Collection

  • How The Blecher Boys of Bessarabia Became Barbers In Chicago

You can access the JewishGen News by following this link:

https://mailchi.mp/jewishgen.org/jewishgen-newsletter-december-2019

 

Happy Chanukah!


Nancy Siegel (San Francisco, CA, USA)
Director of Communications
JewishGen.org


Re: ViewMate Translation Request - Yiddish

cgn18@...
 

I translated a German telegraph using google translator. Best of luck, Cindy


ViewMate translation request--German #germany

ron friedman <friedman.ron@...>
 

Hello Gersigers:

I've posted a vital record in German for which I need a translation. It
is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM76340

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

Ronald Friedman, Menlo Park, California


Re: Hand sign? Lviv, 1920

Morton Rumberg
 

I don't think it has much significance. It could be accidental or perhaps she has something in her hand,

Mort Rumberg
Sacramento, CA


Siferopol. Ukraine (Crimea) website

Esther
 

Shalom, The  website for the Jewish Community of Simferopol is now being organized. Please send me information that you have about Simferopol  (Family stories, family trees,photographs of people and/or places, maps. etc.)
Thanking you in advance,
ESTHER (Herschman) RECHTSCHAFNER


Re: Vale Simonas Dovidavicius

Ettie Zilber
 

 Thank you for posting about Simonas' passing.  I am terribly saddened.

What a wonderful, warm man. He was my guide, chauffeur, interpreter and researcher when I visited Lita 2 summers ago. He helped me in the archives, both in Kovno/Kaunas and Vilna/Vilnius and found documents that I was searching for. He helped me find a "Savanoris" (War of Independence volunteer) military medal to take the place of the one owned (and confiscated) by my grandfather for his military service; this medal saved his life during the massacres at the 7th Fort in June-July, 1941; he brought pre-WW2 street maps to help me find the homes of my mother's and father's families. And, he introduced me to his Jewish community for an Erev Shabbat and to the Sugihara museum, of which he was so proud. He was generous with his time and his knowledge and we enjoyed speaking both Yiddish and Hebrew together.
  I will miss him.
Rest in Peace, Chaver
Ettie
Ettie Zilber, EdD
Executive Director, ZedEd Consultancy
Author-Speaker-Educator
Supporting Diverse Communities in Cross-cultural Transition
ettie.zilber@...
https://www.ettiezilber.com/


Re: https://groups.jewishgen.org/g/main/topic/ukraine_records_scanning/68750049?p=,,,20,0,0,0::recentpostdate%2Fsticky,,,20,2,0,68750049

boris
 

Thank you, Ellen,

and sorry for being impatient. I thought this was a hard-coded error, did not realize I could log out as Flavio and then login as myself.

Happy Chanukkah!

Boris Feldblyum


Rabbi Anton Klein and son Martin (Moshe)

Neil Rosenstein
 

Trying to make contact with this family who are buried in Beth Israel
Cemetery in Woodbridge, NJ. Martin was 1907-1990 and married Margaret.


Re: Hand sign? Lviv, 1920

boris
 

A shutter release ended with a rubber bulb. To squeeze it, all fingers are engaged. Since this is a studio photo, it's beside the point. The had gesture was accidental, most likely. If I am mistaken and there is/was a special significance to it, will be happy to learn.

Boris Feldblyum
boris@...


BAUCHMANN family of Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, Austria - ViewMate 75664 #hungary

Selma Sheridan
 

Dear researchers,

Thanks to the translation >from Hungarian into English by a wonderful
JewishGen volunteer, - see ViewMate 75664, - a family mystery may be closer
to a solution, with your help. Here is the story.

The parents of my paternal grandmother, Jocheved BEITEL / BEUTEL r.
BAUCHMANN (born Potok Zloty, 1881), were Hersch BEUTEL (born Skalat, 1852)
and Chave BAUCHMANN (place and birth date unknown). My father said that
Hersch BEUTEL had two wives, but he did not know any details about the wife
unrelated to his mother, not even her name.

My father and his mother travelled by train around 1915-18 >from Vienna where
they lived, to visit his mother's relative and "Onkel CENNOVER", - as my
father spelled it, - who lived in Budapest. So I assumed that the wife of
Uncle CENNOVER was a sister of his mother, with the maiden name BEUTEL /
BEITEL r. BAUCHMANN, or variants.

The CENNOVER / CYNOWER family of Budapest had three daughters, whom my
father remembered, and I found the birth record of eldest daughter, Ilona
CYNOWER. The other two daughters were Sara and Anna. Appended to Ilona's
birth record was the marriage record of Ilona's parents. Ilona's mother was
not my father's aunt, not a child of Hersch BEUTEL or of Chave BAUCHMANN,
but a child of Izsak Bar BAUCHMANN and Dina BAUCHMANN (maiden name not
listed), - neither of whose names was ever mentioned by my father.

How did Izsak Bar BAUCHMANN acquire his family name? - was he a son of Chave
BAUCHMANN with Hersch BEUTEL or with another man; or a son of a relative of
Chave BAUCHMANN? Who was Dina BAUCHMANN? - a daughter of Chave BAUCHMANN
with Hersch BEUTEL; or unrelated to the BAUCHMANN family name except by
marriage? Or were Izsak Bar and Dina BAUCHMANN cousins? I have been unable
to learn more about the relationship of Ilona's mother's parents to my
father's mother. Any suggestions regarding finding documents to clarify
this - in Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, or Austria, - would be much appreciated.


Many thanks,
Selma Sheridan
Oswego NY USA


BAUCHMANN family of Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, Austria - ViewMate 75664

Selma Sheridan
 

Dear researchers,

Thanks to the translation from Hungarian into English by a wonderful
JewishGen volunteer, - see ViewMate 75664, - a family mystery may be closer
to a solution, with your help. Here is the story.

The parents of my paternal grandmother, Jocheved BEITEL / BEUTEL r.
BAUCHMANN (born Potok Zloty, 1881), were Hersch BEUTEL (born Skalat, 1852)
and Chave BAUCHMANN (place and birth date unknown). My father said that
Hersch BEUTEL had two wives, but he did not know any details about the wife
unrelated to his mother, not even her name.

My father and his mother travelled by train around 1915-18 from Vienna where
they lived, to visit his mother's relative and "Onkel CENNOVER", - as my
father spelled it, - who lived in Budapest. So I assumed that the wife of
Uncle CENNOVER was a sister of his mother, with the maiden name BEUTEL /
BEITEL r. BAUCHMANN, or variants.

The CENNOVER / CYNOWER family of Budapest had three daughters, whom my
father remembered, and I found the birth record of eldest daughter, Ilona
CYNOWER. The other two daughters were Sara and Anna. Appended to Ilona's
birth record was the marriage record of Ilona's parents. Ilona's mother was
not my father's aunt, not a child of Hersch BEUTEL or of Chave BAUCHMANN,
but a child of Izsak Bar BAUCHMANN and Dina BAUCHMANN (maiden name not
listed), - neither of whose names was ever mentioned by my father.

How did Izsak Bar BAUCHMANN acquire his family name? - was he a son of Chave
BAUCHMANN with Hersch BEUTEL or with another man; or a son of a relative of
Chave BAUCHMANN? Who was Dina BAUCHMANN? - a daughter of Chave BAUCHMANN
with Hersch BEUTEL; or unrelated to the BAUCHMANN family name except by
marriage? Or were Izsak Bar and Dina BAUCHMANN cousins? I have been unable
to learn more about the relationship of Ilona's mother's parents to my
father's mother. Any suggestions regarding finding documents to clarify
this - in Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, or Austria, - would be much appreciated.


Many thanks,
Selma Sheridan
Oswego NY USA


Re: IAJGS Meeting San Diego #france

Jackye Sullins
 

Hi Rosanne,

A meeting of some sort is a good idea. I suggest you don't stress over a
formal IAJGS lunch but organize an informal lunch or dinner independently.
The JGS Illinois does one every year and other groups do the same. It will
also be less expensive. An informal meeting without a meal is another
possibility.

Jackye Sullins

The time is coming close when a decision must be made about the
FrenchSIG participationin the August 2020 IAJGS meeting in San Diego CA.

I have begun to hear >from some of our members, and would like to schedule
a Luncheon for those attending, to discuss plans, etc. for the SIG.
Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator FrenchSIG


Border Crossing at YATKUNNY #lithuania

Yosef Sa'ar <elat42@...>
 

As a fourteen year-old Joseph APPELBAUM left Simnas for the United
States in 1880. In his autobiography he states that he crossed into
Germany at YATKUNNY with the help of a bribed Russian soldier.

Can someone identify the current spelling and exact location of Yatkunny?

Yosef Sa'ar
Elat on the Red Sea


BAUCHMANN family of Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, Austria - ViewMate 75664 #poland

Selma Sheridan
 

Dear researchers,

Thanks to the translation >from Hungarian into English by a wonderful
JewishGen volunteer, - see ViewMate 75664, - a family mystery may be closer
to a solution, with your help. Here is the story.

The parents of my paternal grandmother, Jocheved BEITEL / BEUTEL r.
BAUCHMANN (born Potok Zloty, 1881), were Hersch BEUTEL (born Skalat, 1852)
and Chave BAUCHMANN (place and birth date unknown). My father said that
Hersch BEUTEL had two wives, but he did not know any details about the wife
unrelated to his mother, not even her name.

My father and his mother travelled by train around 1915-18 >from Vienna where
they lived, to visit his mother's relative and "Onkel CENNOVER", - as my
father spelled it, - who lived in Budapest. So I assumed that the wife of
Uncle CENNOVER was a sister of his mother, with the maiden name BEUTEL /
BEITEL r. BAUCHMANN, or variants.

The CENNOVER / CYNOWER family of Budapest had three daughters, whom my
father remembered, and I found the birth record of eldest daughter, Ilona
CYNOWER. The other two daughters were Sara and Anna. Appended to Ilona's
birth record was the marriage record of Ilona's parents. Ilona's mother was
not my father's aunt, not a child of Hersch BEUTEL or of Chave BAUCHMANN,
but a child of Izsak Bar BAUCHMANN and Dina BAUCHMANN (maiden name not
listed), - neither of whose names was ever mentioned by my father.

How did Izsak Bar BAUCHMANN acquire his family name? - was he a son of Chave
BAUCHMANN with Hersch BEUTEL or with another man; or a son of a relative of
Chave BAUCHMANN? Who was Dina BAUCHMANN? - a daughter of Chave BAUCHMANN
with Hersch BEUTEL; or unrelated to the BAUCHMANN family name except by
marriage? Or were Izsak Bar and Dina BAUCHMANN cousins? I have been unable
to learn more about the relationship of Ilona's mother's parents to my
father's mother. Any suggestions regarding finding documents to clarify
this - in Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, or Austria, - would be much appreciated.


Many thanks,
Selma Sheridan
Oswego NY USA


BAUCHMANN family of Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, Austria - ViewMate 75664 #galicia

Selma Sheridan
 

Dear researchers,

Thanks to the translation >from Hungarian into English by a wonderful
JewishGen volunteer - see ViewMate 75664 - a family mystery may be
closer to a solution, with your help. Here is the story.

The parents of my paternal grandmother, Jocheved BEITEL / BEUTEL r.
BAUCHMANN (born Potok Zloty, 1881), were Hersch BEUTEL (born
Skalat, 1852) and Chave BAUCHMANN (place and birth date unknown).
My father said that Hersch BEUTEL had two wives, but he did not know
any details about the wife unrelated to his mother, not even her name.

My father and his mother travelled by train around 1915-18 >from Vienna
where they lived, to visit his mother's relative and "Onkel CENNOVER" -
as my father spelled it - who lived in Budapest. So I assumed that the
wife of Uncle CENNOVER was a sister of his mother, with the maiden
name BEUTEL / BEITEL r. BAUCHMANN, or variants.

The CENNOVER / CYNOWER family of Budapest had three daughters,
whom my father remembered, and I found the birth record of eldest
daughter, Ilona CYNOWER. The other two daughters were Sara and
Anna. Appended to Ilona's birth record was the marriage record of
Ilona's parents. Ilona's mother was not my father's aunt, not a child of
Hersch BEUTEL or of Chave BAUCHMANN, but a child of Izsak Bar
BAUCHMANN and Dina BAUCHMANN (maiden name not listed) -
neither of whose names was ever mentioned by my father.

How did Izsak Bar BAUCHMANN acquire his family name? - was he a
son of Chave BAUCHMANN with Hersch BEUTEL or with another man;
or a son of a relative of Chave BAUCHMANN? Who was Dina
BAUCHMANN? - a daughter of Chave BAUCHMANN with Hersch
BEUTEL; or unrelated to the BAUCHMANN family name except by
marriage? Or were Izsak Bar and Dina BAUCHMANN cousins? I have
been unable to learn more about the relationship of Ilona's mother's
parents to my father's mother. Any suggestions regarding finding
documents to clarify this - in Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, or Austria -
would be much appreciated.


Many thanks,
Selma Sheridan
Oswego NY USA

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