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SHAPIRO_GETZEL(L) and KRINZMAN ,STEINBERG, GREEN familes #lithuania

yoni shaprio <shapie@...>
 

During The Last Few Weeks I Found Out My Last Name Which I Been Using
For The Past 24 Years Most Probably Was Getzel Or Getzell Not Shapiro.
Maybe It Was Both ... It Is Really Confusing. I Am In The Process Of
Getting Passenger Lists Maybe That Will Help!

Anyway My Family Comes Either >from Kovna Or Rogova In Lithuania . A
Cousin Wrote "Regarding The Name Getzel, Once I Ran Across A Story In An
Israeli Paper About A Getzel-Shapiro Family That Owned Some Land Here -
The Story Had To Do About Some Public Works That Were Built On The Land
And A Law Suit - I Never Followed Up The Connection, And I Have No Idea
Whether We Have Any Distant Relatives Here In Israel". How Would I Trace
That? Any Ideas!?

It Seems My Great-Grandfather Thomas/Tanchum Had 4 Other Siblings
Ida/Chayke ,Herman/Chaim, Samuel, Nathan.
They Were The Children Of Zalman Vevel(Zeev) (Not Zeev Zalman As My
Previous Jewishgen Postings State) And R. Krinzman. On Tom's Death Record
It Says Her Name Was Rebecca And Some Else Told Me Rachel??
This Krinzman And Shapiro Family Were Mostly In Linden,Carteret, Oranges-
,Nj Areas. Some How I Am Related To A Nathan/Nota Yankel. The Family
Married Each Other A Dozen Times And I Am Slowly Putting It Together...

If Anyone Can Help Me Find The Shapiro-Getzel Article In Israel, Anything
Or The Sort, What Could Have Been Nota Full Jewish Name Could Have Been
Or Any Other Help I Would Appreciate It.

Yisroel Y.S.(G.)
Telzstone/Israel

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Make sure you enter all names and towns you are
searching in the JewishGen Family Finder at www.jewishgen.org/jgff
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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania SHAPIRO_GETZEL(L) and KRINZMAN ,STEINBERG, GREEN familes #lithuania

yoni shaprio <shapie@...>
 

During The Last Few Weeks I Found Out My Last Name Which I Been Using
For The Past 24 Years Most Probably Was Getzel Or Getzell Not Shapiro.
Maybe It Was Both ... It Is Really Confusing. I Am In The Process Of
Getting Passenger Lists Maybe That Will Help!

Anyway My Family Comes Either >from Kovna Or Rogova In Lithuania . A
Cousin Wrote "Regarding The Name Getzel, Once I Ran Across A Story In An
Israeli Paper About A Getzel-Shapiro Family That Owned Some Land Here -
The Story Had To Do About Some Public Works That Were Built On The Land
And A Law Suit - I Never Followed Up The Connection, And I Have No Idea
Whether We Have Any Distant Relatives Here In Israel". How Would I Trace
That? Any Ideas!?

It Seems My Great-Grandfather Thomas/Tanchum Had 4 Other Siblings
Ida/Chayke ,Herman/Chaim, Samuel, Nathan.
They Were The Children Of Zalman Vevel(Zeev) (Not Zeev Zalman As My
Previous Jewishgen Postings State) And R. Krinzman. On Tom's Death Record
It Says Her Name Was Rebecca And Some Else Told Me Rachel??
This Krinzman And Shapiro Family Were Mostly In Linden,Carteret, Oranges-
,Nj Areas. Some How I Am Related To A Nathan/Nota Yankel. The Family
Married Each Other A Dozen Times And I Am Slowly Putting It Together...

If Anyone Can Help Me Find The Shapiro-Getzel Article In Israel, Anything
Or The Sort, What Could Have Been Nota Full Jewish Name Could Have Been
Or Any Other Help I Would Appreciate It.

Yisroel Y.S.(G.)
Telzstone/Israel

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Make sure you enter all names and towns you are
searching in the JewishGen Family Finder at www.jewishgen.org/jgff
so other people can also find you.


January 2005 Yizkor Book Report #lithuania

Joyce Field
 

To begin the year of 2005, the Yizkor Book Project put online two new
books, three new entries ,and 16 updates during January. All are
available at the Index page,
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/translations.html. Included is a
Russian translation of a book that has been online for some time, To
Survive and Tell. The Russian version can be accessed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/lipkany/lipr001.html.

New Books:

-Brest, Belarus : volume 2
-Ryki, Poland

New Entries:

-Bukowina: Tragedy of the Bukowina Jews (volume 2), History of
Massada (volume 1) , and The Massada in Israel (volume 1)
-Frumisca, Romania: Pinkas Hakehillot Romania, volume 1
-Radzyn Podlaski, Kehila List

Updates:

-Bedzin, Poland
-Belzec: Prototype of the Final Solution, Chapters 7-9
-Belchatow, Poland
-Chelm, Poland
-Czestochowa, Poland: The Jews of Czestochowa
-Czestochowa, Poland: supplement
-Dabrowa Gornicza, Poland
-Druzhkopol, Ukraine
-Gorodets, Belarus
-Holocaust in Belarus
-Lipkany, Moldova: translation into Russian of Survive and Tell.
-Lita, volume 1
-Rejowiec, Poland
-Shumskoye, Ukraine
-Svisloch, Belarus
-Zloczew, Poland

Joyce Field,
Vice President, JewishGen


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania January 2005 Yizkor Book Report #lithuania

Joyce Field
 

To begin the year of 2005, the Yizkor Book Project put online two new
books, three new entries ,and 16 updates during January. All are
available at the Index page,
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/translations.html. Included is a
Russian translation of a book that has been online for some time, To
Survive and Tell. The Russian version can be accessed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/lipkany/lipr001.html.

New Books:

-Brest, Belarus : volume 2
-Ryki, Poland

New Entries:

-Bukowina: Tragedy of the Bukowina Jews (volume 2), History of
Massada (volume 1) , and The Massada in Israel (volume 1)
-Frumisca, Romania: Pinkas Hakehillot Romania, volume 1
-Radzyn Podlaski, Kehila List

Updates:

-Bedzin, Poland
-Belzec: Prototype of the Final Solution, Chapters 7-9
-Belchatow, Poland
-Chelm, Poland
-Czestochowa, Poland: The Jews of Czestochowa
-Czestochowa, Poland: supplement
-Dabrowa Gornicza, Poland
-Druzhkopol, Ukraine
-Gorodets, Belarus
-Holocaust in Belarus
-Lipkany, Moldova: translation into Russian of Survive and Tell.
-Lita, volume 1
-Rejowiec, Poland
-Shumskoye, Ukraine
-Svisloch, Belarus
-Zloczew, Poland

Joyce Field,
Vice President, JewishGen


January 2005 Yizkor Book Report #poland

Joyce Field
 

To begin the year of 2005, the Yizkor Book Project put online two new
books, three new entries ,and 16 updates during January. All are
available at the Index page,
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/translations.html. Included is a
Russian translation of a book that has been online for some time, To
Survive and Tell. The Russian version can be accessed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/lipkany/lipr001.html.

New Books:

-Brest, Belarus : volume 2
-Ryki, Poland

New Entries:

-Bukowina: Tragedy of the Bukowina Jews (volume 2), History of
Massada (volume 1) , and The Massada in Israel (volume 1)
-Frumisca, Romania: Pinkas Hakehillot Romania, volume 1
-Radzyn Podlaski, Kehila List

Updates:

-Bedzin, Poland
-Belzec: Prototype of the Final Solution, Chapters 7-9
-Belchatow, Poland
-Chelm, Poland
-Czestochowa, Poland: The Jews of Czestochowa
-Czestochowa, Poland: supplement
-Dabrowa Gornicza, Poland
-Druzhkopol, Ukraine
-Gorodets, Belarus
-Holocaust in Belarus
-Lipkany, Moldova: translation into Russian of Survive and Tell.
-Lita, volume 1
-Rejowiec, Poland
-Shumskoye, Ukraine
-Svisloch, Belarus
-Zloczew, Poland

Joyce Field,
Vice President, JewishGen


JRI Poland #Poland January 2005 Yizkor Book Report #poland

Joyce Field
 

To begin the year of 2005, the Yizkor Book Project put online two new
books, three new entries ,and 16 updates during January. All are
available at the Index page,
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/translations.html. Included is a
Russian translation of a book that has been online for some time, To
Survive and Tell. The Russian version can be accessed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/lipkany/lipr001.html.

New Books:

-Brest, Belarus : volume 2
-Ryki, Poland

New Entries:

-Bukowina: Tragedy of the Bukowina Jews (volume 2), History of
Massada (volume 1) , and The Massada in Israel (volume 1)
-Frumisca, Romania: Pinkas Hakehillot Romania, volume 1
-Radzyn Podlaski, Kehila List

Updates:

-Bedzin, Poland
-Belzec: Prototype of the Final Solution, Chapters 7-9
-Belchatow, Poland
-Chelm, Poland
-Czestochowa, Poland: The Jews of Czestochowa
-Czestochowa, Poland: supplement
-Dabrowa Gornicza, Poland
-Druzhkopol, Ukraine
-Gorodets, Belarus
-Holocaust in Belarus
-Lipkany, Moldova: translation into Russian of Survive and Tell.
-Lita, volume 1
-Rejowiec, Poland
-Shumskoye, Ukraine
-Svisloch, Belarus
-Zloczew, Poland

Joyce Field,
Vice President, JewishGen


Re: jri-pl digest: February 01, 2005 #poland

Jackie Wasserstein
 

I am working with fellow Pilica researchers to computerize the indexes to
the Mormon LDS Pilica records. I am having a great deal of difficulty
reading the Polish cursive handwriting on the indexes. Does anybody
know of a resource that could help me interpret this cursed cursive
writing? Thanks.

Jackie Wasserstein
jwasserst@aol.com


JRI Poland #Poland Re: jri-pl digest: February 01, 2005 #poland

Jackie Wasserstein
 

I am working with fellow Pilica researchers to computerize the indexes to
the Mormon LDS Pilica records. I am having a great deal of difficulty
reading the Polish cursive handwriting on the indexes. Does anybody
know of a resource that could help me interpret this cursed cursive
writing? Thanks.

Jackie Wasserstein
jwasserst@aol.com


Polisuik from Tarnopol Gubernia #poland

Billie Stein <billie@...>
 

I am trying to track the genealogy of my uncle-by-marriage, Meir
Zeev (Wolf) SELZER born in 1907 in Trembowla in the Tarnopol
Guberina, then Poland, now Ukraine. I've done fairly well with
the SELZER side of the family, and am now working on his mother's
side. She was Jette Perl POLISIUK, and she had 3 sisters and 1
brother: Jochewed, married to Hersh HAMMER (I found records of
the births of 4 of their children in the Kozlow PSA AGAD births
on JRI-Poland database); Yehudit, married to Yitzchok Zvi
ZLOCHOWER, and a third sister who's name I don't know, but who
married a POSTMAN (first name also unknown). The families of the
sisters (HAMMER, ZLOCHOWER & POSTMAN) moved to America at some
time before World War 2, and as far as I know, all survived the
holocaust. The brother was Pinchus POLISIUK, and he emigrated to
Palestine in the 1930's. The SELZERs remained in Trembowla and
unfortunately, my uncle Meir was his family's sole survivor. He
emigrated to Palestine in 1943 and died in Bnai Brak in 1985.

The 5 siblings were the children of Meir Wolf POLISIUK, who,
according to undocumented family tradition was a descendent of
the MaHarSha (Harav Shlomo Eliezer Halevi), and each of the
children in turn had a son named Meir Wolf (Max in English).

I am in touch with the ZLOWCHOWER and POLISIUK families, but
they don't know much about the past. I am trying to track down
the HAMMERs and the POSTMANs, as well as any information that can
connect them to the MaHarSha.

Please reply privately unless your answer is of interest to the
entire list.

Many thanks,

Billie Stein
President, IGS-Tel Aviv

Researching >from Belarus: DINNIN (Mogilev), PLOTKIN
(Bobruisk/Mogilev), RUBENSTEIN (Bobruisk)
from Galicia : LAMM, GLANTZ (Sieniawa) STEIN, JAKOB (Tarnow/Nowe
Zukowice) SELZER (Trembowla, Tarnopol), POLISIUK (Tarnopol
Gubernia)
from Ukraine: HOFFMAN (Yashin)


Rav Yehoshua Heschel of Apta (Ostrow) #rabbinic

ben-ari <yrcdi@...>
 

One of my ancestors is believed to have been a disciple of
R' Yehoshua of Apta. A few questions:

1) Since this ancestor was known to have lived in Ostrow (H) what
was the connection between Apta and Ostrow as to Yehoshua Heschel?

2) Is there a list of disciples of Yehoshua Heschel anywhere?

3) Was Yehoshua Heschel an Admo"r or connected to any branch of
chassidut or "just" a unique rabbinical figure on his own?

Thank you,

Yoni Ben-Ari
Efrat, Israel

P.S. My neighbor is a descendant of Heschel but he's not around now
to ask.


JRI Poland #Poland Polisuik from Tarnopol Gubernia #poland

Billie Stein <billie@...>
 

I am trying to track the genealogy of my uncle-by-marriage, Meir
Zeev (Wolf) SELZER born in 1907 in Trembowla in the Tarnopol
Guberina, then Poland, now Ukraine. I've done fairly well with
the SELZER side of the family, and am now working on his mother's
side. She was Jette Perl POLISIUK, and she had 3 sisters and 1
brother: Jochewed, married to Hersh HAMMER (I found records of
the births of 4 of their children in the Kozlow PSA AGAD births
on JRI-Poland database); Yehudit, married to Yitzchok Zvi
ZLOCHOWER, and a third sister who's name I don't know, but who
married a POSTMAN (first name also unknown). The families of the
sisters (HAMMER, ZLOCHOWER & POSTMAN) moved to America at some
time before World War 2, and as far as I know, all survived the
holocaust. The brother was Pinchus POLISIUK, and he emigrated to
Palestine in the 1930's. The SELZERs remained in Trembowla and
unfortunately, my uncle Meir was his family's sole survivor. He
emigrated to Palestine in 1943 and died in Bnai Brak in 1985.

The 5 siblings were the children of Meir Wolf POLISIUK, who,
according to undocumented family tradition was a descendent of
the MaHarSha (Harav Shlomo Eliezer Halevi), and each of the
children in turn had a son named Meir Wolf (Max in English).

I am in touch with the ZLOWCHOWER and POLISIUK families, but
they don't know much about the past. I am trying to track down
the HAMMERs and the POSTMANs, as well as any information that can
connect them to the MaHarSha.

Please reply privately unless your answer is of interest to the
entire list.

Many thanks,

Billie Stein
President, IGS-Tel Aviv

Researching >from Belarus: DINNIN (Mogilev), PLOTKIN
(Bobruisk/Mogilev), RUBENSTEIN (Bobruisk)
from Galicia : LAMM, GLANTZ (Sieniawa) STEIN, JAKOB (Tarnow/Nowe
Zukowice) SELZER (Trembowla, Tarnopol), POLISIUK (Tarnopol
Gubernia)
from Ukraine: HOFFMAN (Yashin)


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Rav Yehoshua Heschel of Apta (Ostrow) #rabbinic

ben-ari <yrcdi@...>
 

One of my ancestors is believed to have been a disciple of
R' Yehoshua of Apta. A few questions:

1) Since this ancestor was known to have lived in Ostrow (H) what
was the connection between Apta and Ostrow as to Yehoshua Heschel?

2) Is there a list of disciples of Yehoshua Heschel anywhere?

3) Was Yehoshua Heschel an Admo"r or connected to any branch of
chassidut or "just" a unique rabbinical figure on his own?

Thank you,

Yoni Ben-Ari
Efrat, Israel

P.S. My neighbor is a descendant of Heschel but he's not around now
to ask.


January 2005 Yizkor Book Report #poland

Joyce Field
 

To begin the year of 2005, the Yizkor Book Project put online two new
books, three new entries ,and 16 updates during January. All are
available at the Index page,
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/translations.html. Included is a
Russian translation of a book that has been online for some time, To
Survive and Tell. The Russian version can be accessed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/lipkany/lipr001.html.

New Books:

-Brest, Belarus : volume 2
-Ryki, Poland

New Entries:

-Bukowina: Tragedy of the Bukowina Jews (volume 2), History of
Massada (volume 1) , and The Massada in Israel (volume 1)
-Frumisca, Romania: Pinkas Hakehillot Romania, volume 1
-Radzyn Podlaski, Kehila List

Updates:

-Bedzin, Poland
-Belzec: Prototype of the Final Solution, Chapters 7-9
-Belchatow, Poland
-Chelm, Poland
-Czestochowa, Poland: The Jews of Czestochowa
-Czestochowa, Poland: supplement
-Dabrowa Gornicza, Poland
-Druzhkopol, Ukraine
-Gorodets, Belarus
-Holocaust in Belarus
-Lipkany, Moldova: translation into Russian of Survive and Tell.
-Lita, volume 1
-Rejowiec, Poland
-Shumskoye, Ukraine
-Svisloch, Belarus
-Zloczew, Poland

Joyce Field,
Vice President, JewishGen


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland January 2005 Yizkor Book Report #poland

Joyce Field
 

To begin the year of 2005, the Yizkor Book Project put online two new
books, three new entries ,and 16 updates during January. All are
available at the Index page,
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/translations.html. Included is a
Russian translation of a book that has been online for some time, To
Survive and Tell. The Russian version can be accessed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/lipkany/lipr001.html.

New Books:

-Brest, Belarus : volume 2
-Ryki, Poland

New Entries:

-Bukowina: Tragedy of the Bukowina Jews (volume 2), History of
Massada (volume 1) , and The Massada in Israel (volume 1)
-Frumisca, Romania: Pinkas Hakehillot Romania, volume 1
-Radzyn Podlaski, Kehila List

Updates:

-Bedzin, Poland
-Belzec: Prototype of the Final Solution, Chapters 7-9
-Belchatow, Poland
-Chelm, Poland
-Czestochowa, Poland: The Jews of Czestochowa
-Czestochowa, Poland: supplement
-Dabrowa Gornicza, Poland
-Druzhkopol, Ukraine
-Gorodets, Belarus
-Holocaust in Belarus
-Lipkany, Moldova: translation into Russian of Survive and Tell.
-Lita, volume 1
-Rejowiec, Poland
-Shumskoye, Ukraine
-Svisloch, Belarus
-Zloczew, Poland

Joyce Field,
Vice President, JewishGen


Re: Bialystok in Russian #poland

Gary Mokotoff- <mokotoff@...>
 

The document does say Bialystok.

Gary Mokotoff
Avotaynu
Visit our web site at www.avotaynu.com

<<<
Can someone who knows Russian please confirm if the town name as shown in
the link below says Bialystok in Russian? >>>


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland RE: Bialystok in Russian #poland

Gary Mokotoff- <mokotoff@...>
 

The document does say Bialystok.

Gary Mokotoff
Avotaynu
Visit our web site at www.avotaynu.com

<<<
Can someone who knows Russian please confirm if the town name as shown in
the link below says Bialystok in Russian? >>>


Romanian Communities #romania

Michael Toben <tobenm@...>
 

I am researching emigration >from continental Europe to the West. I am at
present interested in Romanian Jews who left their homes between 1881 and
1915. There was a large emigration to the West, what I do not know is where
they settled in large numbers and created new 'Romanian' communities. Any
help would be appreciated.
Michael Toben - Ramat Gan, Israel
tobenm@mail.biu.ac.il


Romania SIG #Romania Romanian Communities #romania

Michael Toben <tobenm@...>
 

I am researching emigration >from continental Europe to the West. I am at
present interested in Romanian Jews who left their homes between 1881 and
1915. There was a large emigration to the West, what I do not know is where
they settled in large numbers and created new 'Romanian' communities. Any
help would be appreciated.
Michael Toben - Ramat Gan, Israel
tobenm@mail.biu.ac.il


Noah Cohen #unitedkingdom

GRAHAM LEWIS
 

I have acquired copies of the 1896 naturalization background papers for NOAH
COHEN of 70 Middlesex Street, Whitechapel >from the National Archives (HO
144/396/B12078) which refers to his children SARAH, ANNIE and ABRAHAM. NOAH
was born in Warsaw in 1865, son of ABRAHAM COHEN & DEBORAH COHEN.

This is not the NOAH COHEN I am looking for, so if anyone would like these
papers (no charge), please get in touch and I'll be happy to post them to
you.

My NOAH COHEN (born c.1840 in Russia) was married to DORA and on the 1901
census they lived with their children ISRAEL and SIMON at 59 Wentworth
Street, Spitalfields. They had an older son called JOSEPH. The 1901 census
says they were naturalised British Subjects, but I can find no record of
their naturalisation >from the National Archives search facility. I am trying
to find out where they came from. Can anyone please suggest how I do that ?
Looks like they came to England between 1891 (they're not on the 1891 uk
census) and 1901.

Kind regards and many thanks in anticipation.

Graham Lewis
London, England
lewisg7@btopenworld.com

Researching
LEWIS, LAURIER, LOURIE (Siauliai)
KUSHNEROV, GOLDBERG, ROSOW (Druja)
COHEN (Spitalfields)


Unwanted Posner birth certificate #unitedkingdom

Myra & Peter Waddell <pmwaddell@...>
 

I have a birth certificate in the name of Lazarus POSNER, born February,
1909, to parents Harris and Fanny Posner (nee Brundt). This was a guess
about my family that was incorrect! If anyone is researching this family
and would like the certificate, I would be pleased to post it to them.
Please let me know privately. Myra Waddell (Adelaide, South Australia)

GOLDENBERG, (Romania/France/London/Liverpool). BORKOVSKY/SAMUELS
(Siberia/New York/Paris/London/Liverpool). OUZNER/OSNER/POSNER, (from
Kishinev or Chotin). BEREJANSKY/BERGINSKY/PERECHANSKY (>from Vilnius,
Lithuania).