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Hospital in 1949 Marburg Deutschland #germany

Ann Linder
 

Might anyone know the name of a hospital in Marburg, Germany,
post WWII, circa 1948/49, that had a maternity section, located across
from a street called Bunzenstrasse.
Thank you. Ann Linder, Miami Beach FL, USA annlinder2009@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Hospital in 1949 Marburg Deutschland #germany

Ann Linder
 

Might anyone know the name of a hospital in Marburg, Germany,
post WWII, circa 1948/49, that had a maternity section, located across
from a street called Bunzenstrasse.
Thank you. Ann Linder, Miami Beach FL, USA annlinder2009@gmail.com


INTRO: researching families from Fulda Hesse - near Frankfurt #germany

Gabriel Moeller
 

Hello GerSig,
I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for less
than one year. I consider myself to be a beginner in doing German Jewish
Genealogy research. I live in Fulda, Germany, a small town about 50 miles
to Frankfurt am Main in West. My native language is German, but I
understand spoken and written English better than I write now in the moment.
I consider myself advanced in using a computer. My experience in using
the Internet is extensive.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of some families
former Fulda-Citizens. I posted them at

http://bommelblog.wordpress.com/juden-in-fulda/

My primary research goals now are to find out:

First: Whom of them survived and where did they continue their lives.
Second: Relationship between these persons and their connection to
(list to be published at the same place) former shops in Fulda.

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 263203.

The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF
(JewishGen Family Finder) are 16 names in a block , searcher is:

Gabriel Moeller - Fulda - Germany gabe.moeller@yahoo.de

ADLER, ANSBACHER, BACHARACH, BACHENHEIMER, BAER (a umlaut), BINHEIM, BIRNBAUM,
BLACH, BLOEMENDAI, BLUMENTAL, BRAUN, CAHN, COHN, EMANUEL, EPSTEIN, ESCHWEGE,
FELDHEIM...........
many more at http://bommelblog.wordpress.com/juden-in-fulda/


German SIG #Germany INTRO: researching families from Fulda Hesse - near Frankfurt #germany

Gabriel Moeller
 

Hello GerSig,
I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for less
than one year. I consider myself to be a beginner in doing German Jewish
Genealogy research. I live in Fulda, Germany, a small town about 50 miles
to Frankfurt am Main in West. My native language is German, but I
understand spoken and written English better than I write now in the moment.
I consider myself advanced in using a computer. My experience in using
the Internet is extensive.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of some families
former Fulda-Citizens. I posted them at

http://bommelblog.wordpress.com/juden-in-fulda/

My primary research goals now are to find out:

First: Whom of them survived and where did they continue their lives.
Second: Relationship between these persons and their connection to
(list to be published at the same place) former shops in Fulda.

My JGFF Researcher ID number is 263203.

The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF
(JewishGen Family Finder) are 16 names in a block , searcher is:

Gabriel Moeller - Fulda - Germany gabe.moeller@yahoo.de

ADLER, ANSBACHER, BACHARACH, BACHENHEIMER, BAER (a umlaut), BINHEIM, BIRNBAUM,
BLACH, BLOEMENDAI, BLUMENTAL, BRAUN, CAHN, COHN, EMANUEL, EPSTEIN, ESCHWEGE,
FELDHEIM...........
many more at http://bommelblog.wordpress.com/juden-in-fulda/


Photo ID - Mayor of Zagare #courland #latvia

Jo Ann Goldwater
 

A big thank you to all of you who helped me find the phone number and contact my
relative, Manya Shtukmeister in Israel. I have spoken to her on Skype (using her
granddaughter as an interpreter).

Now I am asking for help again. I have a photo that was given to me by a relative
(whose name is Kahn). The only thing I know about it is that "the mayor of Zagare"
is written on it. My paternal grandmother was Bertha Kahn, born in Zagare. Can
anyone help me? You can see it on Viewmate.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19386

Thanks to all for your help,

Jo Ann Goldwater, Montreal Canada

Researching - Goldwasser Akmene, Zagare, Riga
Woolf Goldwater, Zagare, Dublin, Port Elizabeth, SA
Dr. Abraham Kahn, Zagare, Riga, Moscow, Kolomna Russia, NYC
Baskin - Zagare, Riga
Saron, Zagare, Riga
Abrahams, Zagare, Riga


31st IAJGS Conference - The Family Finder #courland #latvia

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

The "Family Finder" is one of the treasures that attendees at the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will receive. It is an 8 1/2" x
11" book that contains the compiled listing of attendees at the conference
and the surnames and places that the attendees are researching. The last day
for submitting Family Finder data is this Thursday, June 30. Only a few days
remain!

You must register for the conference to submit data for the "Family Finder."
If you have already registered, you can go back into your registration to
add or correct the information that is there.

Is your Family Finder data complete in our records? When you registered, did
you plan to return later and enter your family research information? Have
you done so? Each attendee may enter up to 10 names and places in the
"Family Finder." The first 5 entries will be printed on the conference badge
in large letters for conference attendees to see and read. All 10 entries
will appear in the book. A new feature of the "Family Finder" is a listing
of conference attendees by DNA information/group.

Important! Please observe a few easy rules for entering data. Following
these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.
For details, please review guidelines in the Family Finder article
<http://dc2011.org/index.php/register/family-finder> on the DC2011 Internet
site.

Although online registration for the conference will continue until July 31
and you can even show up and register at the conference, if you do not
complete your "Family Finder" entries by the Thursday deadline, the
information will not be in the printed book and you will miss the great
opportunity to share your information with everyone attending the
conference.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so before Friday, July 1, to
enter your Family research surnames. Start on the DC2011 Registration info
page <http://dc2011.org/index.php/register>.

See you in August!
Rochelle Gershenow
"Family Finder" coordinator
31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Website: www.dc2011.org
Email: info@dc2011.org


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia Photo ID - Mayor of Zagare #courland #latvia

Jo Ann Goldwater
 

A big thank you to all of you who helped me find the phone number and contact my
relative, Manya Shtukmeister in Israel. I have spoken to her on Skype (using her
granddaughter as an interpreter).

Now I am asking for help again. I have a photo that was given to me by a relative
(whose name is Kahn). The only thing I know about it is that "the mayor of Zagare"
is written on it. My paternal grandmother was Bertha Kahn, born in Zagare. Can
anyone help me? You can see it on Viewmate.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19386

Thanks to all for your help,

Jo Ann Goldwater, Montreal Canada

Researching - Goldwasser Akmene, Zagare, Riga
Woolf Goldwater, Zagare, Dublin, Port Elizabeth, SA
Dr. Abraham Kahn, Zagare, Riga, Moscow, Kolomna Russia, NYC
Baskin - Zagare, Riga
Saron, Zagare, Riga
Abrahams, Zagare, Riga


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia 31st IAJGS Conference - The Family Finder #courland #latvia

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

The "Family Finder" is one of the treasures that attendees at the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will receive. It is an 8 1/2" x
11" book that contains the compiled listing of attendees at the conference
and the surnames and places that the attendees are researching. The last day
for submitting Family Finder data is this Thursday, June 30. Only a few days
remain!

You must register for the conference to submit data for the "Family Finder."
If you have already registered, you can go back into your registration to
add or correct the information that is there.

Is your Family Finder data complete in our records? When you registered, did
you plan to return later and enter your family research information? Have
you done so? Each attendee may enter up to 10 names and places in the
"Family Finder." The first 5 entries will be printed on the conference badge
in large letters for conference attendees to see and read. All 10 entries
will appear in the book. A new feature of the "Family Finder" is a listing
of conference attendees by DNA information/group.

Important! Please observe a few easy rules for entering data. Following
these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.
For details, please review guidelines in the Family Finder article
<http://dc2011.org/index.php/register/family-finder> on the DC2011 Internet
site.

Although online registration for the conference will continue until July 31
and you can even show up and register at the conference, if you do not
complete your "Family Finder" entries by the Thursday deadline, the
information will not be in the printed book and you will miss the great
opportunity to share your information with everyone attending the
conference.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so before Friday, July 1, to
enter your Family research surnames. Start on the DC2011 Registration info
page <http://dc2011.org/index.php/register>.

See you in August!
Rochelle Gershenow
"Family Finder" coordinator
31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Website: www.dc2011.org
Email: info@dc2011.org


31st IAJGS Conference - The Family Finder #southafrica

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

The "Family Finder" is one of the treasures that attendees at the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will receive. It is an 8 1/2" x
11" book that contains the compiled listing of attendees at the conference
and the surnames and places that the attendees are researching. The last day
for submitting Family Finder data is this Thursday, June 30. Only a few days
remain!

You must register for the conference to submit data for the "Family Finder."
If you have already registered, you can go back into your registration to
add or correct the information that is there.

Is your Family Finder data complete in our records? When you registered, did
you plan to return later and enter your family research information? Have
you done so? Each attendee may enter up to 10 names and places in the
"Family Finder." The first 5 entries will be printed on the conference badge
in large letters for conference attendees to see and read. All 10 entries
will appear in the book. A new feature of the "Family Finder" is a listing
of conference attendees by DNA information/group.

Important! Please observe a few easy rules for entering data. Following
these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.
For details, please review guidelines in the Family Finder article
<http://dc2011.org/index.php/register/family-finder> on the DC2011 Internet
site.

Although online registration for the conference will continue until July 31
and you can even show up and register at the conference, if you do not
complete your "Family Finder" entries by the Thursday deadline, the
information will not be in the printed book and you will miss the great
opportunity to share your information with everyone attending the
conference.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so before Friday, July 1, to
enter your Family research surnames. Start on the DC2011 Registration info
page <http://dc2011.org/index.php/register>.

See you in August!
Rochelle Gershenow
"Family Finder" coordinator
31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Website: www.dc2011.org
Email: info@dc2011.org


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica 31st IAJGS Conference - The Family Finder #southafrica

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

The "Family Finder" is one of the treasures that attendees at the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will receive. It is an 8 1/2" x
11" book that contains the compiled listing of attendees at the conference
and the surnames and places that the attendees are researching. The last day
for submitting Family Finder data is this Thursday, June 30. Only a few days
remain!

You must register for the conference to submit data for the "Family Finder."
If you have already registered, you can go back into your registration to
add or correct the information that is there.

Is your Family Finder data complete in our records? When you registered, did
you plan to return later and enter your family research information? Have
you done so? Each attendee may enter up to 10 names and places in the
"Family Finder." The first 5 entries will be printed on the conference badge
in large letters for conference attendees to see and read. All 10 entries
will appear in the book. A new feature of the "Family Finder" is a listing
of conference attendees by DNA information/group.

Important! Please observe a few easy rules for entering data. Following
these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.
For details, please review guidelines in the Family Finder article
<http://dc2011.org/index.php/register/family-finder> on the DC2011 Internet
site.

Although online registration for the conference will continue until July 31
and you can even show up and register at the conference, if you do not
complete your "Family Finder" entries by the Thursday deadline, the
information will not be in the printed book and you will miss the great
opportunity to share your information with everyone attending the
conference.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so before Friday, July 1, to
enter your Family research surnames. Start on the DC2011 Registration info
page <http://dc2011.org/index.php/register>.

See you in August!
Rochelle Gershenow
"Family Finder" coordinator
31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Website: www.dc2011.org
Email: info@dc2011.org


31st IAJGS Conference - The Family Finder #yiddish

bounce-2247588-772983@...
 

The "Family Finder" is one of the treasures that attendees at the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will receive. It is an 8 1/2" x
11" book that contains the compiled listing of attendees at the conference
and the surnames and places that the attendees are researching. The last day
for submitting Family Finder data is this Thursday, June 30. Only a few days
remain!

You must register for the conference to submit data for the "Family Finder."
If you have already registered, you can go back into your registration to
add or correct the information that is there.

Is your Family Finder data complete in our records? When you registered, did
you plan to return later and enter your family research information? Have
you done so? Each attendee may enter up to 10 names and places in the
"Family Finder." The first 5 entries will be printed on the conference badge
in large letters for conference attendees to see and read. All 10 entries
will appear in the book. A new feature of the "Family Finder" is a listing
of conference attendees by DNA information/group.

Important! Please observe a few easy rules for entering data. Following
these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.
For details, please review guidelines in the Family Finder article
<http://dc2011.org/index.php/register/family-finder> on the DC2011 Internet
site.

Although online registration for the conference will continue until July 31
and you can even show up and register at the conference, if you do not
complete your "Family Finder" entries by the Thursday deadline, the
information will not be in the printed book and you will miss the great
opportunity to share your information with everyone attending the
conference.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so before Friday, July 1, to
enter your Family research surnames. Start on the DC2011 Registration info
page <http://dc2011.org/index.php/register>.

See you in August!
Rochelle Gershenow
"Family Finder" coordinator
31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Website: www.dc2011.org
Email: info@dc2011.org


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre 31st IAJGS Conference - The Family Finder #yiddish

bounce-2247588-772983@...
 

The "Family Finder" is one of the treasures that attendees at the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will receive. It is an 8 1/2" x
11" book that contains the compiled listing of attendees at the conference
and the surnames and places that the attendees are researching. The last day
for submitting Family Finder data is this Thursday, June 30. Only a few days
remain!

You must register for the conference to submit data for the "Family Finder."
If you have already registered, you can go back into your registration to
add or correct the information that is there.

Is your Family Finder data complete in our records? When you registered, did
you plan to return later and enter your family research information? Have
you done so? Each attendee may enter up to 10 names and places in the
"Family Finder." The first 5 entries will be printed on the conference badge
in large letters for conference attendees to see and read. All 10 entries
will appear in the book. A new feature of the "Family Finder" is a listing
of conference attendees by DNA information/group.

Important! Please observe a few easy rules for entering data. Following
these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.
For details, please review guidelines in the Family Finder article
<http://dc2011.org/index.php/register/family-finder> on the DC2011 Internet
site.

Although online registration for the conference will continue until July 31
and you can even show up and register at the conference, if you do not
complete your "Family Finder" entries by the Thursday deadline, the
information will not be in the printed book and you will miss the great
opportunity to share your information with everyone attending the
conference.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so before Friday, July 1, to
enter your Family research surnames. Start on the DC2011 Registration info
page <http://dc2011.org/index.php/register>.

See you in August!
Rochelle Gershenow
"Family Finder" coordinator
31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Website: www.dc2011.org
Email: info@dc2011.org


Help - Locating Missing Person - PARNES family #unitedkingdom

Michael Waas
 

Hi,

My cousins and I are stumped by the disappearance >from the archival
record of a potential daughter of our ancestor Moshe-Yaacov "Morris"
PARNES. In the 1901 census in England, Morris PARNES is living at 3
Mulberry St. in Mile End Old Town with his supposed daughter Betsy
PARNES (born in 1877). In the archival record for their hometown of
Bialy Kamien, this Betsy PARNES might be listed as Basia PARNES,
daughter of Moses PARNES and Schenczi KATZ.

Between 1901 and 1910, however, all trace of her is lost in the
archival record. No marriage certificate, no mentions of emigration,
not even a death certificate. We assume that potentially this daughter
died as my great-grandmother Betsy PARNES may have been named for her.
The missing daughter may have also gone by the name Sarah PARNES.

Any ideas would be sorely appreciated as we have been going around in
circles debating the issue for months now.

Many thanks.

Best Regards,
Michael Waas
Sarasota, FL


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Help - Locating Missing Person - PARNES family #unitedkingdom

Michael Waas
 

Hi,

My cousins and I are stumped by the disappearance >from the archival
record of a potential daughter of our ancestor Moshe-Yaacov "Morris"
PARNES. In the 1901 census in England, Morris PARNES is living at 3
Mulberry St. in Mile End Old Town with his supposed daughter Betsy
PARNES (born in 1877). In the archival record for their hometown of
Bialy Kamien, this Betsy PARNES might be listed as Basia PARNES,
daughter of Moses PARNES and Schenczi KATZ.

Between 1901 and 1910, however, all trace of her is lost in the
archival record. No marriage certificate, no mentions of emigration,
not even a death certificate. We assume that potentially this daughter
died as my great-grandmother Betsy PARNES may have been named for her.
The missing daughter may have also gone by the name Sarah PARNES.

Any ideas would be sorely appreciated as we have been going around in
circles debating the issue for months now.

Many thanks.

Best Regards,
Michael Waas
Sarasota, FL


31st IAJGS Conference - The Family Finder #belarus

bounce-2247588-772948@...
 

The "Family Finder" is one of the treasures that attendees at the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will receive. It is an 8 1/2" x
11" book that contains the compiled listing of attendees at the conference
and the surnames and places that the attendees are researching. The last day
for submitting Family Finder data is this Thursday, June 30. Only a few days
remain!

You must register for the conference to submit data for the "Family Finder."
If you have already registered, you can go back into your registration to
add or correct the information that is there.

Is your Family Finder data complete in our records? When you registered, did
you plan to return later and enter your family research information? Have
you done so? Each attendee may enter up to 10 names and places in the
"Family Finder." The first 5 entries will be printed on the conference badge
in large letters for conference attendees to see and read. All 10 entries
will appear in the book. A new feature of the "Family Finder" is a listing
of conference attendees by DNA information/group.

Important! Please observe a few easy rules for entering data. Following
these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.
For details, please review guidelines in the Family Finder article
<http://dc2011.org/index.php/register/family-finder> on the DC2011 Internet
site.

Although online registration for the conference will continue until July 31
and you can even show up and register at the conference, if you do not
complete your "Family Finder" entries by the Thursday deadline, the
information will not be in the printed book and you will miss the great
opportunity to share your information with everyone attending the
conference.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so before Friday, July 1, to
enter your Family research surnames. Start on the DC2011 Registration info
page <http://dc2011.org/index.php/register>.

See you in August!
Rochelle Gershenow
"Family Finder" coordinator
31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Website: www.dc2011.org
Email: info@dc2011.org


Belarus SIG #Belarus 31st IAJGS Conference - The Family Finder #belarus

bounce-2247588-772948@...
 

The "Family Finder" is one of the treasures that attendees at the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will receive. It is an 8 1/2" x
11" book that contains the compiled listing of attendees at the conference
and the surnames and places that the attendees are researching. The last day
for submitting Family Finder data is this Thursday, June 30. Only a few days
remain!

You must register for the conference to submit data for the "Family Finder."
If you have already registered, you can go back into your registration to
add or correct the information that is there.

Is your Family Finder data complete in our records? When you registered, did
you plan to return later and enter your family research information? Have
you done so? Each attendee may enter up to 10 names and places in the
"Family Finder." The first 5 entries will be printed on the conference badge
in large letters for conference attendees to see and read. All 10 entries
will appear in the book. A new feature of the "Family Finder" is a listing
of conference attendees by DNA information/group.

Important! Please observe a few easy rules for entering data. Following
these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.
For details, please review guidelines in the Family Finder article
<http://dc2011.org/index.php/register/family-finder> on the DC2011 Internet
site.

Although online registration for the conference will continue until July 31
and you can even show up and register at the conference, if you do not
complete your "Family Finder" entries by the Thursday deadline, the
information will not be in the printed book and you will miss the great
opportunity to share your information with everyone attending the
conference.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so before Friday, July 1, to
enter your Family research surnames. Start on the DC2011 Registration info
page <http://dc2011.org/index.php/register>.

See you in August!
Rochelle Gershenow
"Family Finder" coordinator
31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Website: www.dc2011.org
Email: info@dc2011.org


31st IAJGS Conference - The Family Finder #latvia

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

The "Family Finder" is one of the treasures that attendees at the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will receive. It is an 8 1/2" x
11" book that contains the compiled listing of attendees at the conference
and the surnames and places that the attendees are researching. The last day
for submitting Family Finder data is this Thursday, June 30. Only a few days
remain!

You must register for the conference to submit data for the "Family Finder."
If you have already registered, you can go back into your registration to
add or correct the information that is there.

Is your Family Finder data complete in our records? When you registered, did
you plan to return later and enter your family research information? Have
you done so? Each attendee may enter up to 10 names and places in the
"Family Finder." The first 5 entries will be printed on the conference badge
in large letters for conference attendees to see and read. All 10 entries
will appear in the book. A new feature of the "Family Finder" is a listing
of conference attendees by DNA information/group.

Important! Please observe a few easy rules for entering data. Following
these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.
For details, please review guidelines in the Family Finder article
<http://dc2011.org/index.php/register/family-finder> on the DC2011 Internet
site.

Although online registration for the conference will continue until July 31
and you can even show up and register at the conference, if you do not
complete your "Family Finder" entries by the Thursday deadline, the
information will not be in the printed book and you will miss the great
opportunity to share your information with everyone attending the
conference.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so before Friday, July 1, to
enter your Family research surnames. Start on the DC2011 Registration info
page <http://dc2011.org/index.php/register>.

See you in August!
Rochelle Gershenow
"Family Finder" coordinator
31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Website: www.dc2011.org
Email: info@dc2011.org


Latvia SIG #Latvia 31st IAJGS Conference - The Family Finder #latvia

31st IAJGS Conference <dc2011_conference@...>
 

The "Family Finder" is one of the treasures that attendees at the 31st IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will receive. It is an 8 1/2" x
11" book that contains the compiled listing of attendees at the conference
and the surnames and places that the attendees are researching. The last day
for submitting Family Finder data is this Thursday, June 30. Only a few days
remain!

You must register for the conference to submit data for the "Family Finder."
If you have already registered, you can go back into your registration to
add or correct the information that is there.

Is your Family Finder data complete in our records? When you registered, did
you plan to return later and enter your family research information? Have
you done so? Each attendee may enter up to 10 names and places in the
"Family Finder." The first 5 entries will be printed on the conference badge
in large letters for conference attendees to see and read. All 10 entries
will appear in the book. A new feature of the "Family Finder" is a listing
of conference attendees by DNA information/group.

Important! Please observe a few easy rules for entering data. Following
these rules will help make everyone's data uniform for ease of comparison.
For details, please review guidelines in the Family Finder article
<http://dc2011.org/index.php/register/family-finder> on the DC2011 Internet
site.

Although online registration for the conference will continue until July 31
and you can even show up and register at the conference, if you do not
complete your "Family Finder" entries by the Thursday deadline, the
information will not be in the printed book and you will miss the great
opportunity to share your information with everyone attending the
conference.

If you haven't registered yet, be sure to do so before Friday, July 1, to
enter your Family research surnames. Start on the DC2011 Registration info
page <http://dc2011.org/index.php/register>.

See you in August!
Rochelle Gershenow
"Family Finder" coordinator
31st IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Website: www.dc2011.org
Email: info@dc2011.org


Photo ID - Mayor of Zagare #latvia

Jo Ann Goldwater
 

A big thank you to all of you who helped me find the phone number and
contact my relative, Manya Shtukmeister in Israel. I have spoken to
her on Skype (using her granddaughter as an interpreter).

Now I am asking for help again. I have a photo that was given to me by
a relative (whose name is Kahn). The only thing I know about it is
that "the mayor of Zagare" is written on it. My paternal grandmother
was Bertha Kahn, born in Zagare. Can anyone help me? You can see it on
Viewmate.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19386

Thanks to all for your help,

Jo Ann Goldwater, Montreal Canada

Researching - Goldwasser Akmene, Zagare, Riga
Woolf Goldwater, Zagare, Dublin, Port Elizabeth, SA
Dr. Abraham Kahn, Zagare, Riga, Moscow, Kolomna Russia, NYC
Baskin - Zagare, Riga
Saron, Zagare, Riga
Abrahams, Zagare, Riga


Latvia SIG #Latvia Photo ID - Mayor of Zagare #latvia

Jo Ann Goldwater
 

A big thank you to all of you who helped me find the phone number and
contact my relative, Manya Shtukmeister in Israel. I have spoken to
her on Skype (using her granddaughter as an interpreter).

Now I am asking for help again. I have a photo that was given to me by
a relative (whose name is Kahn). The only thing I know about it is
that "the mayor of Zagare" is written on it. My paternal grandmother
was Bertha Kahn, born in Zagare. Can anyone help me? You can see it on
Viewmate.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=19386

Thanks to all for your help,

Jo Ann Goldwater, Montreal Canada

Researching - Goldwasser Akmene, Zagare, Riga
Woolf Goldwater, Zagare, Dublin, Port Elizabeth, SA
Dr. Abraham Kahn, Zagare, Riga, Moscow, Kolomna Russia, NYC
Baskin - Zagare, Riga
Saron, Zagare, Riga
Abrahams, Zagare, Riga

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