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Re: Map of the CITY OF GALATI #romania

bud484bg@...
 

Hello Rom-Sig members:

I've googled and searched all of the usual places that I know of but
have not been able to find a Street Map for the City of Galati.

Can you help? Thanks so much.

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, CAlifornia USA


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Map of the CITY OF GALATI #romania

bud484bg@...
 

Hello Rom-Sig members:

I've googled and searched all of the usual places that I know of but
have not been able to find a Street Map for the City of Galati.

Can you help? Thanks so much.

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, CAlifornia USA


Urgent Request From Yad Vashem #belarus

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

Attention All Jewishgenners who have found their ascendants to be Holocaust
victims but not listed on Yad Vashem. The first line of this request says it
all. Rachelle Berliner

Let no Holocaust Victim be Forgotten

It is extremely important that we do not allow the Nazis to obliterate the
memory of those they and their cohorts murdered. As you will see below, half
of the six million have been remembered at Yad Vashem. But that means that
three million are still missing.

Please take the time to make certain that each and every members of your
family who perished during the Shoah are recorded at Yad Vashem. You can
access their website and do your own search. The urgency of the matter is
that 60 years after the Shoah ended, those who remember our brothers and
sisters who were killed are becoming fewer and fewer.
New Community Outreach Guide For Holocaust Remembrance
Let no Holocaust Victim be Forgotten
Dear Friends,
Yad Vashem invites you to join the historic mission of the Jewish people to
memorialize every individual Jew who perished in the Holocaust through the
collection of the ultimate representation of their identity: their names. To
date, half of the six million victims have been recorded in the Central
Database of Shoah Victims’ Names (www.yadvashem.org), where one may access
their brief histories and, when available, their photographs, and submit
additional names online.
Millions of victims may be forgotten forever, unless we recover their names
today.
We are pleased to offer a new online community outreach guide to initiate
local Names Recovery Campaigns. Packed with valuable resources and
materials, this free guide will enable Jewish communities to plan and
implement meaningful memorial programs, names collection events and related
activities around Yom Hashoah - Israel’s national Holocaust Remembrance Day
(this year, 25 April) and other significant dates in the Jewish calendar,
such as 10th Tevet, 17th Tammuz, 9th Av, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
The guide is designed for use either by an individual or group, such as a
synagogue, community center, welfare agency, survivor and next generation
group, university or school. You can use it to call upon members of your
community or organization to complete a “Page of Testimony” for each
unregistered victim, or to volunteer to assist others with this urgent task.
To access the Community Outreach Guide visit:
http://www1.yadvashem.org/names/whyCollect.htm
Join today, before the generation that remembers is no longer with us.


Re: Response to Translation on Galati Death Record #romania

bud484bg@...
 

To Rom-Sig members:

Thank you all for your prompt reply to my query re the English
translation of DOB information:

< VIRSTA - 100 ANI> The concensus is that the information indicated
the deceased was aged 100 years.

I was also cautioned by one or two replies that this is not to be
taken too literally - but I have sufficient information to establish
that she could have been at least 90+ and on her way to 100!! Truly
remarkable for that time and place.

For all of you who asked how I obtained this Record, this is the result
of my snail mail inquiry to the Romanian Archives in Bucaresti, which
was forwarded to the Galati Registrar's office and the results were
forwarded to the Romanian Consulate in Los Angeles California. The fee
was $30. >from the date of my original letter to the receipt of the
document -Sept to Feb.
it took 5 months. I was very pleased with the manner in which this was
processed. I was kept informed throughout the process.

Again, thanks again, for your wonderful support and sharing of
knowledge!

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, California USA


Belarus SIG #Belarus Urgent Request From Yad Vashem #belarus

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

Attention All Jewishgenners who have found their ascendants to be Holocaust
victims but not listed on Yad Vashem. The first line of this request says it
all. Rachelle Berliner

Let no Holocaust Victim be Forgotten

It is extremely important that we do not allow the Nazis to obliterate the
memory of those they and their cohorts murdered. As you will see below, half
of the six million have been remembered at Yad Vashem. But that means that
three million are still missing.

Please take the time to make certain that each and every members of your
family who perished during the Shoah are recorded at Yad Vashem. You can
access their website and do your own search. The urgency of the matter is
that 60 years after the Shoah ended, those who remember our brothers and
sisters who were killed are becoming fewer and fewer.
New Community Outreach Guide For Holocaust Remembrance
Let no Holocaust Victim be Forgotten
Dear Friends,
Yad Vashem invites you to join the historic mission of the Jewish people to
memorialize every individual Jew who perished in the Holocaust through the
collection of the ultimate representation of their identity: their names. To
date, half of the six million victims have been recorded in the Central
Database of Shoah Victims’ Names (www.yadvashem.org), where one may access
their brief histories and, when available, their photographs, and submit
additional names online.
Millions of victims may be forgotten forever, unless we recover their names
today.
We are pleased to offer a new online community outreach guide to initiate
local Names Recovery Campaigns. Packed with valuable resources and
materials, this free guide will enable Jewish communities to plan and
implement meaningful memorial programs, names collection events and related
activities around Yom Hashoah - Israel’s national Holocaust Remembrance Day
(this year, 25 April) and other significant dates in the Jewish calendar,
such as 10th Tevet, 17th Tammuz, 9th Av, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
The guide is designed for use either by an individual or group, such as a
synagogue, community center, welfare agency, survivor and next generation
group, university or school. You can use it to call upon members of your
community or organization to complete a “Page of Testimony” for each
unregistered victim, or to volunteer to assist others with this urgent task.
To access the Community Outreach Guide visit:
http://www1.yadvashem.org/names/whyCollect.htm
Join today, before the generation that remembers is no longer with us.


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Response to Translation on Galati Death Record #romania

bud484bg@...
 

To Rom-Sig members:

Thank you all for your prompt reply to my query re the English
translation of DOB information:

< VIRSTA - 100 ANI> The concensus is that the information indicated
the deceased was aged 100 years.

I was also cautioned by one or two replies that this is not to be
taken too literally - but I have sufficient information to establish
that she could have been at least 90+ and on her way to 100!! Truly
remarkable for that time and place.

For all of you who asked how I obtained this Record, this is the result
of my snail mail inquiry to the Romanian Archives in Bucaresti, which
was forwarded to the Galati Registrar's office and the results were
forwarded to the Romanian Consulate in Los Angeles California. The fee
was $30. >from the date of my original letter to the receipt of the
document -Sept to Feb.
it took 5 months. I was very pleased with the manner in which this was
processed. I was kept informed throughout the process.

Again, thanks again, for your wonderful support and sharing of
knowledge!

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, California USA


SHINWELL and JANNER #unitedkingdom

David Kravitz
 

Ann Rabinowitz wrote: "Janner and Shinwell got their peerages in the same
year" >>
Manny Shinwell was elevated to the peerage in 1970 and died in 1986 aged
102. Greville Janner was created a Lord in 1997. I do not think his father,
Barnet, was ennobled.

David Kravitz
Netanya, Israel


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom SHINWELL and JANNER #unitedkingdom

David Kravitz
 

Ann Rabinowitz wrote: "Janner and Shinwell got their peerages in the same
year" >>
Manny Shinwell was elevated to the peerage in 1970 and died in 1986 aged
102. Greville Janner was created a Lord in 1997. I do not think his father,
Barnet, was ennobled.

David Kravitz
Netanya, Israel


Fw: JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Moshe Yaakobi <y_moshe@...>
 

Shalom,

I am wondering how to continue searching any info. on my Uncle and
Family that disappeared in Danzig.

My name is Moshe Yaakobi, and my fathers name was Shmuel Aharon
JAKOBOWITZ, who was born in Bendjin. He emigrated to New York,
where I was born. I immigrated to Israel-left the New York
during February 1949.
My father had a brother Roman JAKOBOWITZ who, with his family,
were living in Danzig before and around 1932. How much before I
do not know. He had a barber's shop in Bytom(Beuthen) before
moving to Danzig. In Danzig he had a barber's shop, and the
last we heard of him was on Jan. 25 1932. One can only wonder
what happened to him, and his family!!!

I now live in Ness Ziona, a small city between Rishon le Ziona
and Rehovoth,

Regrads,
Moshe Yaakobi
Ness Ziona, Israel
y_moshe@zahav.net.il


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Fw: JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Moshe Yaakobi <y_moshe@...>
 

Shalom,

I am wondering how to continue searching any info. on my Uncle and
Family that disappeared in Danzig.

My name is Moshe Yaakobi, and my fathers name was Shmuel Aharon
JAKOBOWITZ, who was born in Bendjin. He emigrated to New York,
where I was born. I immigrated to Israel-left the New York
during February 1949.
My father had a brother Roman JAKOBOWITZ who, with his family,
were living in Danzig before and around 1932. How much before I
do not know. He had a barber's shop in Bytom(Beuthen) before
moving to Danzig. In Danzig he had a barber's shop, and the
last we heard of him was on Jan. 25 1932. One can only wonder
what happened to him, and his family!!!

I now live in Ness Ziona, a small city between Rishon le Ziona
and Rehovoth,

Regrads,
Moshe Yaakobi
Ness Ziona, Israel
y_moshe@zahav.net.il


Re: LIEBMAN/LIPPMAN a kinnuy for Baruch #general

Jeremy Goldbloom <j.goldbloom@...>
 

I was always told that the Lippmann name ( also Lieb, Loeb and Liebman) was a
derivative of Levi. My mother's branch originated >from the Gunzenhausen area
of Middle Franconia, Germany. There is a book "Our Lippmann Family" by the
late Kurt E.B. Lippmann, ISBN 0 646 27973 4 Melbourne 1995. Kurt wrote a lot
about the German Lippmanns going back to 1776. If any Lippmann descendant
thinks they might be related, try checking the Family Tree of the Jewish People
section on the Jewishgen website.

Jeremy Goldbloom


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: LIEBMAN/LIPPMAN a kinnuy for Baruch #general

Jeremy Goldbloom <j.goldbloom@...>
 

I was always told that the Lippmann name ( also Lieb, Loeb and Liebman) was a
derivative of Levi. My mother's branch originated >from the Gunzenhausen area
of Middle Franconia, Germany. There is a book "Our Lippmann Family" by the
late Kurt E.B. Lippmann, ISBN 0 646 27973 4 Melbourne 1995. Kurt wrote a lot
about the German Lippmanns going back to 1776. If any Lippmann descendant
thinks they might be related, try checking the Family Tree of the Jewish People
section on the Jewishgen website.

Jeremy Goldbloom


American Soldier's Grave - Grynberg Ike #general

Sara Reichman <sara@...>
 

Shalom

I am looking for any information about Abraham (Ike) Greenberg (or Grunberg)
from Ripyn Poland. He came to USA and was killed as a USA soldier in combat
during W.W.2. He was buried in USA. I could not find his grave in Arlington
while visiting the cemetery.

Abraham was my father's brother.

Thank you.

Sara Reichman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen American Soldier's Grave - Grynberg Ike #general

Sara Reichman <sara@...>
 

Shalom

I am looking for any information about Abraham (Ike) Greenberg (or Grunberg)
from Ripyn Poland. He came to USA and was killed as a USA soldier in combat
during W.W.2. He was buried in USA. I could not find his grave in Arlington
while visiting the cemetery.

Abraham was my father's brother.

Thank you.

Sara Reichman


Re: SHINWELL and JANNER #unitedkingdom

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 2/28/2006 4:20:39 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
david_kravitz@hotmail.com writes:

< Greville Janner was created a Lord in 1997. I do not think his father,
Barnet, was ennobled. >

==Barnet Janner was knighted in 1965, and in 1970, when he retired >from the
House of Commons, he was made a life peer

Michael Bernet, New York


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Re: SHINWELL and JANNER #unitedkingdom

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 2/28/2006 4:20:39 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
david_kravitz@hotmail.com writes:

< Greville Janner was created a Lord in 1997. I do not think his father,
Barnet, was ennobled. >

==Barnet Janner was knighted in 1965, and in 1970, when he retired >from the
House of Commons, he was made a life peer

Michael Bernet, New York


Re: Antopol, Belarus - Cemetery photos #belarus

Elise
 

From: PhylBoz@aol.com

Is there a list of names of those buried at the Jewish cemetery in Antopol,
Belarus. Perhaps someone has already documented the names on the existing
tombstones.

Phyllis Bosworth
phylboz@aol.com
New York, New York
A group of us went to Antopol during a trip to Poland and Belarus last fall.
There is an old cemetery still there, but not many stones left. Those that are
left are difficult to read. I took photos of all the stones that had a chance of
being legible, in both Antopol and Kobrin. You can view the photos with either of
these addresses (free registration on the KodakGallery website is required):

http://www.kodakgallery.com/I.jsp?c=a28u7s6.cq7h7fde&x=1&y=-93mjmd
http://tinyurl.com/p23ms

There are partial transcriptions/translations written as captions below the photos.
If anyone can decipher more of the stones, please email me the information (or post
it as a comment below the photo) and I'll update the captions. If you can email
me the Hebrew transcriptions as well, that would be great. Once I have a full set
of transcriptions/translations, I can submit the information to JOWBR. Please be
aware that none of these stones appear to have surnames, so identifying your
relatives will probably not be trivial.

Elise Friedman
Baltimore, Maryland

Researching PALEVSKY and LIFSHITZ >from Antopol,
as well as Brest-Litovsk, Horodotz and Kobrin
http://www.research.palevsky.net


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Antopol, Belarus - Cemetery photos #belarus

Elise
 

From: PhylBoz@aol.com

Is there a list of names of those buried at the Jewish cemetery in Antopol,
Belarus. Perhaps someone has already documented the names on the existing
tombstones.

Phyllis Bosworth
phylboz@aol.com
New York, New York
A group of us went to Antopol during a trip to Poland and Belarus last fall.
There is an old cemetery still there, but not many stones left. Those that are
left are difficult to read. I took photos of all the stones that had a chance of
being legible, in both Antopol and Kobrin. You can view the photos with either of
these addresses (free registration on the KodakGallery website is required):

http://www.kodakgallery.com/I.jsp?c=a28u7s6.cq7h7fde&x=1&y=-93mjmd
http://tinyurl.com/p23ms

There are partial transcriptions/translations written as captions below the photos.
If anyone can decipher more of the stones, please email me the information (or post
it as a comment below the photo) and I'll update the captions. If you can email
me the Hebrew transcriptions as well, that would be great. Once I have a full set
of transcriptions/translations, I can submit the information to JOWBR. Please be
aware that none of these stones appear to have surnames, so identifying your
relatives will probably not be trivial.

Elise Friedman
Baltimore, Maryland

Researching PALEVSKY and LIFSHITZ >from Antopol,
as well as Brest-Litovsk, Horodotz and Kobrin
http://www.research.palevsky.net


March Jewish genealogy events in Israel #general

Micha Reisel <micha@...>
 

Dear List,

The March calendar is up on ynet news

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3221092,00.html

Or, go to www.ynetnews.com -> Jewish

For information on what is happening in Israel for family history researchers,
along with future international events, take a look at the latest listing by
Schelly Talalay Dardashti.

The array of programs include the Middle Ages in Spain, an online genealogy
course on Jewish Internet research, Tel Aviv University's second Netvision
seminar on the Internet and genealogy, working with Shoah resources to track
family, archival research in the FSU, UK resources, a Jewish migration database
and a genealogist's vacation idea and more, including Dr. Sallyann Amdur Sack's
visit.

Micha Reisel
Vice president of JFRA
the Jewish Family Research Association of Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen March Jewish genealogy events in Israel #general

Micha Reisel <micha@...>
 

Dear List,

The March calendar is up on ynet news

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3221092,00.html

Or, go to www.ynetnews.com -> Jewish

For information on what is happening in Israel for family history researchers,
along with future international events, take a look at the latest listing by
Schelly Talalay Dardashti.

The array of programs include the Middle Ages in Spain, an online genealogy
course on Jewish Internet research, Tel Aviv University's second Netvision
seminar on the Internet and genealogy, working with Shoah resources to track
family, archival research in the FSU, UK resources, a Jewish migration database
and a genealogist's vacation idea and more, including Dr. Sallyann Amdur Sack's
visit.

Micha Reisel
Vice president of JFRA
the Jewish Family Research Association of Israel