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GOLDWATER/SOLOMON -NOSBOM/GOLDWATER - KORMANN/NOSBOM - CALFAS/NOSBOM - NOSBOM/PAILLASSE #general

desire rolande
 

Hye !

My name's Claudine NOSBOM. I have borne on 28th December 1946 at Vaires
France, >from Jean NOSBOM, borne on Vaires. He was a prisoner, list n.53, forced
worker during 39/45 war.

My mother calls Lucette RENARD.

My father had a brother, Lucien, borned on 31st October 1924 at Paris, France
and died on 6th November 2001 in Paris. My uncle was married twice and had a
son, Patrice NOSBOM >from his first marriage, borne on 17th April 1951 at Paris
and died on 4th June 1996 (suicide). He has a daugther, Zélia NOSBOM, borne on
10th June 1990 Aux Lilas France.

My father has also a sister, Jacqueline NOSBOM, borned on 31st October 1931 at
Paris.

My great-parents, side of my father, called :

Georges NOSBOM, borne on 6th May 1889 at Paris and died on 17th November 1978
at Paris. He was decorated >from the War 14/18.

Jeanne PAILLASSE, borne on 6th December 1889 at Paris and died on 2nd Auguste
1967 at PARIS (9) FRANCE.

My great father had 2 twins-sisters, Lea and Jane, as well as Rosa and Sarah.
I don't know either their birthday date, nor the dates when they died.

Rosa was married with Georges CALFAS and they had a daughter, Lucienne CALFAS,
married with René TALLET. Sarah was married with Maurice KORMANN, and they had a
daughter Hélène, died in 1975 at ParisANCE.

I don't know any dates.

My great-mother, Jeanne PAILLASSE, had, at least I know, a brother, Victor.

Their Parents called : Pierre PAILLASSE and Marie MONLIAUZUN. I have no
information about them.

My great-great-parents called Barnett NOSBOM and Miriam GOLDWATER. Barnett
borned in Poland, then went in England, before coming in France. Miriam borne in
Poland in 1860. She was on 1871's census in London but no more in 1881. In
France.

Barnett NOSBOM borned in Poland in 1852 and died in Paris in 1894.

Miriam had 2 brothers and 1 sister : Solomon B, borne in 1863 in London,
Harris, borne in 1865 in London and Jane, borne in 1870 in London.

The Parents of Miriam GOLDWATER called :

Abraham GOLDWATER, borne in 1832 and Rachel SOLOMON, both borne in POLAND.

Rachel SOLOMON had 2 brothers : Louis, borne in 1849 and Alexander, borne in
1852 both in Poland.

It is all what I have as information, by civil acts and 1871’s census in London.
I would like mainly to find connection between NOSBOM and GOLDWATER, as well as
to know more about my family.

Thank you very much for any help.

Yours faithfully.

Claudine Nosbom
Chelles, France
CLAUDINE NOSBOM

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen GOLDWATER/SOLOMON -NOSBOM/GOLDWATER - KORMANN/NOSBOM - CALFAS/NOSBOM - NOSBOM/PAILLASSE #general

desire rolande
 

Hye !

My name's Claudine NOSBOM. I have borne on 28th December 1946 at Vaires
France, >from Jean NOSBOM, borne on Vaires. He was a prisoner, list n.53, forced
worker during 39/45 war.

My mother calls Lucette RENARD.

My father had a brother, Lucien, borned on 31st October 1924 at Paris, France
and died on 6th November 2001 in Paris. My uncle was married twice and had a
son, Patrice NOSBOM >from his first marriage, borne on 17th April 1951 at Paris
and died on 4th June 1996 (suicide). He has a daugther, Zélia NOSBOM, borne on
10th June 1990 Aux Lilas France.

My father has also a sister, Jacqueline NOSBOM, borned on 31st October 1931 at
Paris.

My great-parents, side of my father, called :

Georges NOSBOM, borne on 6th May 1889 at Paris and died on 17th November 1978
at Paris. He was decorated >from the War 14/18.

Jeanne PAILLASSE, borne on 6th December 1889 at Paris and died on 2nd Auguste
1967 at PARIS (9) FRANCE.

My great father had 2 twins-sisters, Lea and Jane, as well as Rosa and Sarah.
I don't know either their birthday date, nor the dates when they died.

Rosa was married with Georges CALFAS and they had a daughter, Lucienne CALFAS,
married with René TALLET. Sarah was married with Maurice KORMANN, and they had a
daughter Hélène, died in 1975 at ParisANCE.

I don't know any dates.

My great-mother, Jeanne PAILLASSE, had, at least I know, a brother, Victor.

Their Parents called : Pierre PAILLASSE and Marie MONLIAUZUN. I have no
information about them.

My great-great-parents called Barnett NOSBOM and Miriam GOLDWATER. Barnett
borned in Poland, then went in England, before coming in France. Miriam borne in
Poland in 1860. She was on 1871's census in London but no more in 1881. In
France.

Barnett NOSBOM borned in Poland in 1852 and died in Paris in 1894.

Miriam had 2 brothers and 1 sister : Solomon B, borne in 1863 in London,
Harris, borne in 1865 in London and Jane, borne in 1870 in London.

The Parents of Miriam GOLDWATER called :

Abraham GOLDWATER, borne in 1832 and Rachel SOLOMON, both borne in POLAND.

Rachel SOLOMON had 2 brothers : Louis, borne in 1849 and Alexander, borne in
1852 both in Poland.

It is all what I have as information, by civil acts and 1871’s census in London.
I would like mainly to find connection between NOSBOM and GOLDWATER, as well as
to know more about my family.

Thank you very much for any help.

Yours faithfully.

Claudine Nosbom
Chelles, France
CLAUDINE NOSBOM

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Gefilte Fish #lithuania

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

My mom's side were Galitzianers and ate the slightly salted Gefilte Fish.
Dad's side were Litvaks. When Mom taught me how to make it, we went to the
fresh fish market and bought Pike, Whitefish and Trout.

Mom had told me a lot of women like to use Carp but there was a vein in the
head that had to be removed or the fish would be bitter. She also said that
it was not easy to remove it.

My Romanian mother-in-law made the very lightly sweet Gefilte Fish and I
combined the two which ended up my children's favorite.

As previously written, Sam, my husband since 1986, prefers the sweet Gefilte
Fish his mother made. She was >from Ostrolenka.

It's kind of like going back to Kugel and Keegle - My mother and Sam's
father said Kugel. My dad and Sam's mother said Keegle.

Rachelle Leaf Berliner
Savannah, GA
rlberliner@...


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Gefilte Fish #lithuania

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

My mom's side were Galitzianers and ate the slightly salted Gefilte Fish.
Dad's side were Litvaks. When Mom taught me how to make it, we went to the
fresh fish market and bought Pike, Whitefish and Trout.

Mom had told me a lot of women like to use Carp but there was a vein in the
head that had to be removed or the fish would be bitter. She also said that
it was not easy to remove it.

My Romanian mother-in-law made the very lightly sweet Gefilte Fish and I
combined the two which ended up my children's favorite.

As previously written, Sam, my husband since 1986, prefers the sweet Gefilte
Fish his mother made. She was >from Ostrolenka.

It's kind of like going back to Kugel and Keegle - My mother and Sam's
father said Kugel. My dad and Sam's mother said Keegle.

Rachelle Leaf Berliner
Savannah, GA
rlberliner@...


Translation #poland

David Semmel <david@...>
 

Hello all--

I have 4 RUSSIAN language (VM says Polish -- my error)
records >from Przytyk that I need translated to English on Viewmate:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7648

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7649

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7650

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7651

Please respond privately to david@...

Thank you VERY, VERY much!

David Semmel

Chicago


JRI Poland #Poland Translation #poland

David Semmel <david@...>
 

Hello all--

I have 4 RUSSIAN language (VM says Polish -- my error)
records >from Przytyk that I need translated to English on Viewmate:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7648

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7649

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7650

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7651

Please respond privately to david@...

Thank you VERY, VERY much!

David Semmel

Chicago


kulbak #poland

Phil Kullback <popnrere@...>
 

Would be most interested in any birth or death records
of the family name Kulbak.

Philip Kullback
Delray Beach, Florida


JRI Poland #Poland kulbak #poland

Phil Kullback <popnrere@...>
 

Would be most interested in any birth or death records
of the family name Kulbak.

Philip Kullback
Delray Beach, Florida


Leonowicze/Ruzhin #general

GORDONS <jbgordon0560@...>
 

Looking for information >from anyone that has visited or has information on
Leonowicze in the Grodno Gubernia and Jalowka. Also Ruzhin in the Ukraine.
Thank You
Jerry Gordon
Monroe Township, N.J.

MODERATOR NOTE: Have you tried JewishGen Shtetlseeker or a search angine such
as Google?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Leonowicze/Ruzhin #general

GORDONS <jbgordon0560@...>
 

Looking for information >from anyone that has visited or has information on
Leonowicze in the Grodno Gubernia and Jalowka. Also Ruzhin in the Ukraine.
Thank You
Jerry Gordon
Monroe Township, N.J.

MODERATOR NOTE: Have you tried JewishGen Shtetlseeker or a search angine such
as Google?


Translation of ViewMate Files #general

Marilyn Silva <benma@...>
 

Hi;
I have posted 2 documents that I would like translated >from Russian to English.
One is a birth record for Beniamin GRZEBIEN, and the direct link to this file is

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7639.

The other is a marriage document for Chaja Rywka GRZEBIEN to Kuszel MARCHEWKA
and the direct link to this file is

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7640.

All help is very much appreciated. Please reply directly to me at
marilynjps@...
Thank you
Marilyn Silva
Glendale, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation of ViewMate Files #general

Marilyn Silva <benma@...>
 

Hi;
I have posted 2 documents that I would like translated >from Russian to English.
One is a birth record for Beniamin GRZEBIEN, and the direct link to this file is

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7639.

The other is a marriage document for Chaja Rywka GRZEBIEN to Kuszel MARCHEWKA
and the direct link to this file is

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7640.

All help is very much appreciated. Please reply directly to me at
marilynjps@...
Thank you
Marilyn Silva
Glendale, CA


GOLDWATER/SOLOMON -NOSBOM/GOLDWATER - KORMANN/NOSBOM - CALFAS/NOSBOM - NOSBOM/PAILLASSE #unitedkingdom

desire rolande
 

Hye !

My name's Claudine NOSBOM. I have borne on 28th
December 1946 at VAIRES (77) FRANCE, >from Jean NOSBOM,
borne on 18th October 1916 at PARIS (16) and died on
8th April 1981 at VAIRES (77) FRANCE.

He was a prisoner, list n.53, forced worker during
39/45 war.

My mother calls Lucette RENARD.

My father had a brother, Lucien, borned on 31st
October 1924 at PARIS (15) FRANCE and died on 6th
November 2001 in PARIS (12) FRANCE. My uncle was
married twice and had a son, Patrice NOSBOM >from his
first marriage, borne on 17th April 1951 at PARIS (18)
and died on 4th June 1996 (suicide). He has a
daugther, Zélia NOSBOM, borne on 10th June 1990 AUX
LILAS (93) FRANCE.

My father has also a sister, Jacqueline NOSBOM, borned
on 31st October 1931 at PARIS (16) FRANCE.

My great-parents, side of my father, called :

Georges NOSBOM, borne on 6th May 1889 at PARIS (15)
and died on 17th November 1978 at PARIS (18) FRANCE.
He was decorated >from the War 14/18.

Jeanne PAILLASSE, borne on 6th December 1889 at PARIS
(5) and died on 2nd Auguste 1967 at PARIS (9) FRANCE.

My great father had 2 twins-sisters, Lea and Jane, as
well as Rosa and Sarah. I don't know either their
birthday date, nor the dates when they died.

Rosa was married with Georges CALFAS and they had a
daughter, Lucienne CALFAS, married with René TALLET.

Sarah was married with Maurice KORMANN, and they had a
daughter Hélène, died in 1975 at PARIS FRANCE.

I don't know any dates.

My great-mother, Jeanne PAILLASSE, had, at least I
know, a brother, Victor.

Their Parents called : Pierre PAILLASSE and Marie
MONLIAUZUN. I have no information about them.

My great-great-parents called Barnett NOSBOM and
Miriam GOLDWATER. Barnett borned in Poland, then went
in ENGLAND, before coming in FRANCE. Miriam borne in
Poland in 1860. She was on 1871's census in LONDON
(MIDDLESEX), but no more in 1881. In FRANCE ?

Barnett NOSBOM borned in Poland in 1852 and died in
PARIS (18) FRANCE in 1894.

Miriam had 2 brothers and 1 sister : Solomon B, borne
in 1863 in LONDON (ENGLAND), Harris, borne in 1865 in
LONDON (ENGLAND), and Jane, borne in 1870 in LONDON
(ENGLAND).

The Parents of Miriam GOLDWATER called :

Abraham GOLDWATER, borne in 1832 in POLAND and Rachel
SOLOMON, borne in POLAND too.

Rachel SOLOMON had 2 brothers : Louis, borne in 1849
in POLAND, and Alexander, borne in 1852 in POLAND.

It is all what I have as information, by civil acts
and 1871’s census in LONDON (ENGLAND).

I would like mainly to find connection between NOSBOM
and GOLDWATER, as well as to know more about my
family.

Thank you very much for any help.

Yours faithfully.

CLAUDINE NOSBOM
CHELLES
FRANCE


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom GOLDWATER/SOLOMON -NOSBOM/GOLDWATER - KORMANN/NOSBOM - CALFAS/NOSBOM - NOSBOM/PAILLASSE #unitedkingdom

desire rolande
 

Hye !

My name's Claudine NOSBOM. I have borne on 28th
December 1946 at VAIRES (77) FRANCE, >from Jean NOSBOM,
borne on 18th October 1916 at PARIS (16) and died on
8th April 1981 at VAIRES (77) FRANCE.

He was a prisoner, list n.53, forced worker during
39/45 war.

My mother calls Lucette RENARD.

My father had a brother, Lucien, borned on 31st
October 1924 at PARIS (15) FRANCE and died on 6th
November 2001 in PARIS (12) FRANCE. My uncle was
married twice and had a son, Patrice NOSBOM >from his
first marriage, borne on 17th April 1951 at PARIS (18)
and died on 4th June 1996 (suicide). He has a
daugther, Zélia NOSBOM, borne on 10th June 1990 AUX
LILAS (93) FRANCE.

My father has also a sister, Jacqueline NOSBOM, borned
on 31st October 1931 at PARIS (16) FRANCE.

My great-parents, side of my father, called :

Georges NOSBOM, borne on 6th May 1889 at PARIS (15)
and died on 17th November 1978 at PARIS (18) FRANCE.
He was decorated >from the War 14/18.

Jeanne PAILLASSE, borne on 6th December 1889 at PARIS
(5) and died on 2nd Auguste 1967 at PARIS (9) FRANCE.

My great father had 2 twins-sisters, Lea and Jane, as
well as Rosa and Sarah. I don't know either their
birthday date, nor the dates when they died.

Rosa was married with Georges CALFAS and they had a
daughter, Lucienne CALFAS, married with René TALLET.

Sarah was married with Maurice KORMANN, and they had a
daughter Hélène, died in 1975 at PARIS FRANCE.

I don't know any dates.

My great-mother, Jeanne PAILLASSE, had, at least I
know, a brother, Victor.

Their Parents called : Pierre PAILLASSE and Marie
MONLIAUZUN. I have no information about them.

My great-great-parents called Barnett NOSBOM and
Miriam GOLDWATER. Barnett borned in Poland, then went
in ENGLAND, before coming in FRANCE. Miriam borne in
Poland in 1860. She was on 1871's census in LONDON
(MIDDLESEX), but no more in 1881. In FRANCE ?

Barnett NOSBOM borned in Poland in 1852 and died in
PARIS (18) FRANCE in 1894.

Miriam had 2 brothers and 1 sister : Solomon B, borne
in 1863 in LONDON (ENGLAND), Harris, borne in 1865 in
LONDON (ENGLAND), and Jane, borne in 1870 in LONDON
(ENGLAND).

The Parents of Miriam GOLDWATER called :

Abraham GOLDWATER, borne in 1832 in POLAND and Rachel
SOLOMON, borne in POLAND too.

Rachel SOLOMON had 2 brothers : Louis, borne in 1849
in POLAND, and Alexander, borne in 1852 in POLAND.

It is all what I have as information, by civil acts
and 1871’s census in LONDON (ENGLAND).

I would like mainly to find connection between NOSBOM
and GOLDWATER, as well as to know more about my
family.

Thank you very much for any help.

Yours faithfully.

CLAUDINE NOSBOM
CHELLES
FRANCE


Schwanfeld Census #germany

B. Frederics <picturethisfilm@...>
 

Siggers,
I recently came across a site that mentioned a census for Schwanfeld,
Unterfranken (and the rest of Germany) for the years
1832-1885-1910-1925-1933-1935. They are not in the LDS library. Is anyone
familiar with them and where copies could be obtained? Thank you.

Bonnie Frederics Tucson, AZ picturethisfilm@...


German SIG #Germany Schwanfeld Census #germany

B. Frederics <picturethisfilm@...>
 

Siggers,
I recently came across a site that mentioned a census for Schwanfeld,
Unterfranken (and the rest of Germany) for the years
1832-1885-1910-1925-1933-1935. They are not in the LDS library. Is anyone
familiar with them and where copies could be obtained? Thank you.

Bonnie Frederics Tucson, AZ picturethisfilm@...


Re: INTRO - researching OPPENHEIMER & STATEIN from Germany #germany

MBernet@...
 

On March 13th abmiller@... wrote:
"My research goals now concern the familly of my Grandfather Kenith OPPENHIEMER
and my Great aunt Margo STATEIN (known as 'Hansy', maiden name OPPENHIEMER)."

==I doubt that Kenith is a German name. It looks like a misspelling of a
similar-sounding English (Irish) name Kenneth--also very much not a German name.

==I have a cousin, Kenneth F, who immigrated to London with his parents as a
little boy in 1936 >from Fuerth, Bavaria. In Fuerth his name was Kurt.

==Your Kenith grandfather is likely to have changed his name, too. Check
out for a start all names starting with K.

==I suggest you check the records of Jewish organizations in England that
helped Jewish refugees who escaped >from Europe before, during and immediately
after WW II. To get contact information, post a query on
jcr-uk@...

Michael Bernet, New York MBernet@...


German SIG #Germany Re: INTRO - researching OPPENHEIMER & STATEIN from Germany #germany

MBernet@...
 

On March 13th abmiller@... wrote:
"My research goals now concern the familly of my Grandfather Kenith OPPENHIEMER
and my Great aunt Margo STATEIN (known as 'Hansy', maiden name OPPENHIEMER)."

==I doubt that Kenith is a German name. It looks like a misspelling of a
similar-sounding English (Irish) name Kenneth--also very much not a German name.

==I have a cousin, Kenneth F, who immigrated to London with his parents as a
little boy in 1936 >from Fuerth, Bavaria. In Fuerth his name was Kurt.

==Your Kenith grandfather is likely to have changed his name, too. Check
out for a start all names starting with K.

==I suggest you check the records of Jewish organizations in England that
helped Jewish refugees who escaped >from Europe before, during and immediately
after WW II. To get contact information, post a query on
jcr-uk@...

Michael Bernet, New York MBernet@...


Brilling data via universities in Israel #germany

Paul King <samorai@...>
 

On March 13 Bob Weinberg writes about Rabbi Brilling collection in
Frankfort being in a state of disarray. Israelis and visitors to Israel
interested in published works of Rabbi Brilling (stress on Westphalia) will
find copies of various works scattered among university and several other
libraries in Israel. These library catalogues can be accessed through a
search engine and writing in "Hebrew University Library".

Paul King Jerusalem <samorai@...>


German SIG #Germany Brilling data via universities in Israel #germany

Paul King <samorai@...>
 

On March 13 Bob Weinberg writes about Rabbi Brilling collection in
Frankfort being in a state of disarray. Israelis and visitors to Israel
interested in published works of Rabbi Brilling (stress on Westphalia) will
find copies of various works scattered among university and several other
libraries in Israel. These library catalogues can be accessed through a
search engine and writing in "Hebrew University Library".

Paul King Jerusalem <samorai@...>