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POPOKs of Asbury Park, NJ #general

Dr. Steven Maron <LTGF49A@...>
 

I'm looking for descendents or family members of the POPOK family of
Asbury Park, NJ: Aaron, Charles, Helen, Herbert, Jeanne Lillian, Joe.
My grandfather, Jake MARON , was married to Helen POPOK.


Steven Maron
Researching ASCHUREH , MARON , MARGOLIN (Babruisk , Belarus)
MENTCHER (Sniatin , Galicia)
LOCKER (Slotvina , Galicia)


Re: Question about the proper listing of place of birth etc #lithuania

Steven Chall <steven.chall@...>
 

On Sat, 13 Mar 1999 19:56:39 EST Cha155@aol.com writes:
Is there an accepted form of recording place of birth on family tree? Do
you use name of place at ancestor's birth? Do you change this name as
time goes on for marriaage/death?

Peggy Block Danziger
New York City

Peggy,
Although the choice is a personal decision, I use the name "then" with
an additional notation of the "current" name. After all, twenty years
from now the name may change again and "today's" name would be really
irrelevant.

613
Steven Chall in Minneapolis, MN =[;-)
Researching:
ALEXANDER-&-CHALL
(Dvinsk,Russia (now Latvia); before 1900)
ZELMANOV-&-HALKIN
(Bobruisk, Russia; before 1907) (France; abt 1930)
BECKER-&-CHASKELEVITZ-(became_CHASWORTH)
(Kishenev, Bessarabia; before 1920) (Oreyev, abt 1940)
Someday BRODSKY, COHEN, KAPLAN (Poland / Russia)
All ended up in parts of New York City


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen POPOKs of Asbury Park, NJ #general

Dr. Steven Maron <LTGF49A@...>
 

I'm looking for descendents or family members of the POPOK family of
Asbury Park, NJ: Aaron, Charles, Helen, Herbert, Jeanne Lillian, Joe.
My grandfather, Jake MARON , was married to Helen POPOK.


Steven Maron
Researching ASCHUREH , MARON , MARGOLIN (Babruisk , Belarus)
MENTCHER (Sniatin , Galicia)
LOCKER (Slotvina , Galicia)


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Question about the proper listing of place of birth etc #lithuania

Steven Chall <steven.chall@...>
 

On Sat, 13 Mar 1999 19:56:39 EST Cha155@aol.com writes:
Is there an accepted form of recording place of birth on family tree? Do
you use name of place at ancestor's birth? Do you change this name as
time goes on for marriaage/death?

Peggy Block Danziger
New York City

Peggy,
Although the choice is a personal decision, I use the name "then" with
an additional notation of the "current" name. After all, twenty years
from now the name may change again and "today's" name would be really
irrelevant.

613
Steven Chall in Minneapolis, MN =[;-)
Researching:
ALEXANDER-&-CHALL
(Dvinsk,Russia (now Latvia); before 1900)
ZELMANOV-&-HALKIN
(Bobruisk, Russia; before 1907) (France; abt 1930)
BECKER-&-CHASKELEVITZ-(became_CHASWORTH)
(Kishenev, Bessarabia; before 1920) (Oreyev, abt 1940)
Someday BRODSKY, COHEN, KAPLAN (Poland / Russia)
All ended up in parts of New York City


Cholui near Bobruisk #general

Dr. Steven Maron <LTGF49A@...>
 

Searching for persons whose town of origin is the very small shtetl of
Cholui , near Bobruisk , Belarus.
Steven Maron

Researching:
ALTSCULER , MARON , MARGOLIN (Babruisk , Belarus)
MENTCHER (Sniatin , Galicia)
LOCKER (Slotvina , Galicia)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Cholui near Bobruisk #general

Dr. Steven Maron <LTGF49A@...>
 

Searching for persons whose town of origin is the very small shtetl of
Cholui , near Bobruisk , Belarus.
Steven Maron

Researching:
ALTSCULER , MARON , MARGOLIN (Babruisk , Belarus)
MENTCHER (Sniatin , Galicia)
LOCKER (Slotvina , Galicia)


Searching: STEINWALTZ, London, 1933 #general

Julie Shepherd <shep02@...>
 

I realise that this is a long shot but .....

Yetta STEINWALTZ was found abandoned and wandering the streets of Stepney in
London in September 1933. She knew her name, her age and her birthday and
from this, the authorities found that she was the daughter of Jack and Annie
STEINWALTZ (nee ROSEN). At the time of her birth, 7 July, 1928, Jack &
Annie STEINWALTZ lived in London where Jack
had been a baker/journeyman.

The authorities were unable to trace Yetta's parents and eventually she was
sent to a children's home.

At the age of 10, Yetta was fostered by a woman she called simply "Auntie",
in Saltdean, East Sussex with whom she lived until Auntie's death in 1985.
Yetta, now aged 70, is living in a residential home in Saltdean where my
daughter is Head of Care.

Yetta has suffered >from mental health problems all her life and has no
memory of her parents. She is desperate to know where they are buried and
if she has any siblings.

This week I am hoping to check the GRO Indexes to see if I can find any
other STEINWALTZ's. Perhaps they were in the process of emigrating when
Yetta got lost.

Is anyone researching either the STEINWALTZ or ROSEN names? Has anyone got
any details on Jack or Annie?

Yetta would appreciate your help - if you can offer any clues, please email
me direct.

Julie Shepherd


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: STEINWALTZ, London, 1933 #general

Julie Shepherd <shep02@...>
 

I realise that this is a long shot but .....

Yetta STEINWALTZ was found abandoned and wandering the streets of Stepney in
London in September 1933. She knew her name, her age and her birthday and
from this, the authorities found that she was the daughter of Jack and Annie
STEINWALTZ (nee ROSEN). At the time of her birth, 7 July, 1928, Jack &
Annie STEINWALTZ lived in London where Jack
had been a baker/journeyman.

The authorities were unable to trace Yetta's parents and eventually she was
sent to a children's home.

At the age of 10, Yetta was fostered by a woman she called simply "Auntie",
in Saltdean, East Sussex with whom she lived until Auntie's death in 1985.
Yetta, now aged 70, is living in a residential home in Saltdean where my
daughter is Head of Care.

Yetta has suffered >from mental health problems all her life and has no
memory of her parents. She is desperate to know where they are buried and
if she has any siblings.

This week I am hoping to check the GRO Indexes to see if I can find any
other STEINWALTZ's. Perhaps they were in the process of emigrating when
Yetta got lost.

Is anyone researching either the STEINWALTZ or ROSEN names? Has anyone got
any details on Jack or Annie?

Yetta would appreciate your help - if you can offer any clues, please email
me direct.

Julie Shepherd


RAGAS Report #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

Today I received volume IV, Number 4, Winter 1999, of the quarterly RAGAS
Report. For those not familiar with RAGAS it means Russian-American
Genealogicial Archival Source and is headed by Vlad Soshnikov, a frequent
contributor of AVOTAYNU articles. The RAGAS Report is not restricted to
Jewish research in Belarus. However, just about every issued has
information about Jewish research in Belarus. This issue has an article
on Jewish owners of businesses registered in Belarussian Districts
(Vileika, Lida, Oshmiany, Disna) of the former Volno Gubernia. This
article is based on information >from the 1897 All Russia (Vsya Rossiya)
Business Directory and list names and businesses.

Mr. Soshnikov has given me permission to republish some of his articles
from back issues of the RAGAS Report on the Belarus SIG website. I have
already scanned two of the articles. One lists sources available in
the Minsk archives and the other about sources in the Grodno archives.
Risa Heywood, our SIG webmaster, will be adding these to the website in
about two weeks.

I highly recommend that you subscribe to the RAGAS Report which is
written, edited and prepared by a volunteer staff. The primary cost is
for the printing and postage of four issues. Beinning with the Spring
1999 issue, they will continue to include more articles >from archival
sources, updates on conditions and research possibilities in the regional
achives of the FSU (including Minsk and Grodno), as well as lists of
names and records as they are uncovered.

To receive four 1999 issues, please send $15.00 to:
RAGAS Report
Box 236
Glen Echo, MD 20812


David M. Fox
Reply to: <fox@erols.com>
Arnold, MD
Belarus SIG Coordinator

SUPPORT THE BELARUS RELIEF EFFORT
<http://bnaibrith.org/cpp/belarus/intro.html>

JOIN THE BELARUS SIG
<http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/>

Researching: Minsk: TSIVIN (SIVIN), RABINOWITZ, HURWITZ, FEIN
Mogilev & NYC: SCHENDEROFF (OV), TSIVIN, SHER, FYTELSON
Rogachev(BYL) & NYC: FYTELSON (FEITELSON), TELSON, COHEN
Popielniki, Dzurow, Banila (UKR): FUCHS, HUDES, MECHLAWICZ, TISCHLER,
LOBEL, LABALVITCH


Re: Advice re travel to Lithuania #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

From: FESCHOCHET@aol.com

Mrs. Schochet and I visited Lithuania in October, 1993.

.We contacted Arunas Rokas with a company called "Litinterp." Their address is
Bernardiny 7-2, LT 2001, Vilnius. Their fax number is (370-2) 22 29 82. Their
phone numbers are (370-2) 22 38 50 and (370-2) 22 32 91. Mr. Rokas arranged
for a driver-interpreter and car for us at the time.
__________________________________
Some things in Lithuania have remained the same over the past 5 1/2 years and
some things have changed. One example is the 75 year old telephone system has
been changed to digital - the latest technology. As a result, some of the
telephone numbers have been changed. The main number for "Litinterp" in
Vilnius is still the same. However, their fax number has been changed to
(370-2) 22 35 59. They also have added an office in Kaunas and in Klaipeda.
More important, they have joined the modern electronic world with a web page
<http://www.omnitel.net/litinterp> and an e-mail address
<litinterp@omnitel.net>

To obtain the latest information on rental cars, hotels, and other useful
information about Lithuania, go on the net to <www.inyourpocket.com>
Also, <A HREF="http://www.memo.com/jcc/jgsr/country/lituva.html">Click here:
JGSR Lithuania Page</A> where you will find a voluminous amount of helpful
information about traveling in Lithuania.

Howard Margol
Atlanta, Georgia
(5 time visitor to Lithuania and going again in June)


Belarus SIG #Belarus RAGAS Report #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

Today I received volume IV, Number 4, Winter 1999, of the quarterly RAGAS
Report. For those not familiar with RAGAS it means Russian-American
Genealogicial Archival Source and is headed by Vlad Soshnikov, a frequent
contributor of AVOTAYNU articles. The RAGAS Report is not restricted to
Jewish research in Belarus. However, just about every issued has
information about Jewish research in Belarus. This issue has an article
on Jewish owners of businesses registered in Belarussian Districts
(Vileika, Lida, Oshmiany, Disna) of the former Volno Gubernia. This
article is based on information >from the 1897 All Russia (Vsya Rossiya)
Business Directory and list names and businesses.

Mr. Soshnikov has given me permission to republish some of his articles
from back issues of the RAGAS Report on the Belarus SIG website. I have
already scanned two of the articles. One lists sources available in
the Minsk archives and the other about sources in the Grodno archives.
Risa Heywood, our SIG webmaster, will be adding these to the website in
about two weeks.

I highly recommend that you subscribe to the RAGAS Report which is
written, edited and prepared by a volunteer staff. The primary cost is
for the printing and postage of four issues. Beinning with the Spring
1999 issue, they will continue to include more articles >from archival
sources, updates on conditions and research possibilities in the regional
achives of the FSU (including Minsk and Grodno), as well as lists of
names and records as they are uncovered.

To receive four 1999 issues, please send $15.00 to:
RAGAS Report
Box 236
Glen Echo, MD 20812


David M. Fox
Reply to: <fox@erols.com>
Arnold, MD
Belarus SIG Coordinator

SUPPORT THE BELARUS RELIEF EFFORT
<http://bnaibrith.org/cpp/belarus/intro.html>

JOIN THE BELARUS SIG
<http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/>

Researching: Minsk: TSIVIN (SIVIN), RABINOWITZ, HURWITZ, FEIN
Mogilev & NYC: SCHENDEROFF (OV), TSIVIN, SHER, FYTELSON
Rogachev(BYL) & NYC: FYTELSON (FEITELSON), TELSON, COHEN
Popielniki, Dzurow, Banila (UKR): FUCHS, HUDES, MECHLAWICZ, TISCHLER,
LOBEL, LABALVITCH


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Advice re travel to Lithuania #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

From: FESCHOCHET@aol.com

Mrs. Schochet and I visited Lithuania in October, 1993.

.We contacted Arunas Rokas with a company called "Litinterp." Their address is
Bernardiny 7-2, LT 2001, Vilnius. Their fax number is (370-2) 22 29 82. Their
phone numbers are (370-2) 22 38 50 and (370-2) 22 32 91. Mr. Rokas arranged
for a driver-interpreter and car for us at the time.
__________________________________
Some things in Lithuania have remained the same over the past 5 1/2 years and
some things have changed. One example is the 75 year old telephone system has
been changed to digital - the latest technology. As a result, some of the
telephone numbers have been changed. The main number for "Litinterp" in
Vilnius is still the same. However, their fax number has been changed to
(370-2) 22 35 59. They also have added an office in Kaunas and in Klaipeda.
More important, they have joined the modern electronic world with a web page
<http://www.omnitel.net/litinterp> and an e-mail address
<litinterp@omnitel.net>

To obtain the latest information on rental cars, hotels, and other useful
information about Lithuania, go on the net to <www.inyourpocket.com>
Also, <A HREF="http://www.memo.com/jcc/jgsr/country/lituva.html">Click here:
JGSR Lithuania Page</A> where you will find a voluminous amount of helpful
information about traveling in Lithuania.

Howard Margol
Atlanta, Georgia
(5 time visitor to Lithuania and going again in June)


DO NOT OPEN HAPPY 99 #lithuania

Jill <kayjd@...>
 

I am so sorry I have been infected by another litvak sig member!!! I
think this may be passed through listservs...it does awful things so
please go to www.symantec.com to disable Happy 99! If you have Happy99
you just need to NOT open it and throw it out!!

Again I apologize!!!


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania DO NOT OPEN HAPPY 99 #lithuania

Jill <kayjd@...>
 

I am so sorry I have been infected by another litvak sig member!!! I
think this may be passed through listservs...it does awful things so
please go to www.symantec.com to disable Happy 99! If you have Happy99
you just need to NOT open it and throw it out!!

Again I apologize!!!


Genealogy #general

Lee Woods <lwoods@...>
 

I have access to the following resources and will do look ups for a nominal fee. This is what it cost me so please, no nasty email. :)

1850 Cook Co. Illinois Federal census - not including the city of Chicago
1850 Illinois Mortality Index - entire County
List of Pensioners - Chicago and Cook Co. Illinois Jan.1 1883
Probate Court Records - Cook Co. Illinois 1872-1873
Vitial Records >from Chicago Newspapers 1833-1839, 1843-1844, 1845,1846,
1848,
Obituary dates >from the Denni Hlasatel - 1891-1899, 1930-1939, 1940-1949
Some Passengers and Immigration indexes...( will give names and tell you
where to find rest of info)
Misc. resources, some marriage, birth records

Lee Woods


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Genealogy #general

Lee Woods <lwoods@...>
 

I have access to the following resources and will do look ups for a nominal fee. This is what it cost me so please, no nasty email. :)

1850 Cook Co. Illinois Federal census - not including the city of Chicago
1850 Illinois Mortality Index - entire County
List of Pensioners - Chicago and Cook Co. Illinois Jan.1 1883
Probate Court Records - Cook Co. Illinois 1872-1873
Vitial Records >from Chicago Newspapers 1833-1839, 1843-1844, 1845,1846,
1848,
Obituary dates >from the Denni Hlasatel - 1891-1899, 1930-1939, 1940-1949
Some Passengers and Immigration indexes...( will give names and tell you
where to find rest of info)
Misc. resources, some marriage, birth records

Lee Woods


business in Mir, 1929 #general

Reeva Kimble <rKimble@...>
 

If you want to know what kinds of businesses existed in a town with a
population of less than 4,000 people, in an area that was in eastern Poland
(now Belarus), click on the blue buttons to go to new information at the
Mir, Belarus Shtetl site.

Mir Belarus web site: http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~rkimble/Mirweb/Mir1.html

Lists of the names of people who had businesses in the town in 1929 and
information on the type and number of businesses that existed at that time.

There is also a new page showing photos of Mir in recent years.

Reeva Kimble
my web site <http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~rkimble/>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen business in Mir, 1929 #general

Reeva Kimble <rKimble@...>
 

If you want to know what kinds of businesses existed in a town with a
population of less than 4,000 people, in an area that was in eastern Poland
(now Belarus), click on the blue buttons to go to new information at the
Mir, Belarus Shtetl site.

Mir Belarus web site: http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~rkimble/Mirweb/Mir1.html

Lists of the names of people who had businesses in the town in 1929 and
information on the type and number of businesses that existed at that time.

There is also a new page showing photos of Mir in recent years.

Reeva Kimble
my web site <http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~rkimble/>


Searching for HARTENSTEIN #general

Joel Ives <jives@...>
 

Searching for Marilyn HARTENSTEIN a retired New York City teacher.

Joel Ives
Fair Lawn, New Jersey
jives@cris.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for HARTENSTEIN #general

Joel Ives <jives@...>
 

Searching for Marilyn HARTENSTEIN a retired New York City teacher.

Joel Ives
Fair Lawn, New Jersey
jives@cris.com