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Re: warszawa digest: January 11, 2006 #warsaw #poland

K.S. <prosegal@...>
 

re: caf=E9 Sztuka and Braun family members

Thank you to those who were kind enough to reply to my query. I am using a
new e-mail program, and for some reason, I missed until today, all your
helpful hints. Please don't hesitate to let me know of any others you may
find, too.

I will have to review all the digests, but in the meantime, I wanted to
answer Kris, first....



From: Warszawa Research Group digest <warszawa@...>
Reply-To: Warszawa Research Group <warszawa@...>
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 00:00:28 -0600
To: warszawa digest recipients <warszawa@...>
Subject: warszawa digest: January 11, 2006
=20
Subject: Re: Ghetto cabarets and/or Braun factory in Prewar Warszawa
From: "Kris Murawski" <kris.murawski@...>
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 10:45:16 -0500
X-Message-Number: 2
=20
I do not know what you know and what would be new to you.....

You will find more Polish directories online at the Library of Congress
website: http://www.loc.gov/rr/european/pdir/poldir.html. In the 1938
Warsaw telephone book
(http://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=3Dgdc3&fileName=3Dscd0001_200206=
11001
wapage.db)=20
you will find addresses of Brothers Braun playwood factory in Warsaw, at =
12
Zielna Street (warehouses) and at 122 Radzyminska Street. Herman Braun's
residence was at 12 Zielna Street,
I hope some of this will be of help.
Greetings,
Kris Murawski
Annandale, VA
--=20
Yes Kris,

Much of this is very helpful. I already know about the Music of Rembrance
group. Pola's poems were not "unpublished," but rather appeared in a book
c. 1946 or 7 in Poland. Also, a researcher of Szlengel tells me that she
rescued two of Pola's poems.

These surviving six poems were not "published" in English, however.

However, the website features a number of articles about the premiere,
"Letter to Warsaw," without updating either journalists or readers that muc=
h
more information was located about Pola, and that the closest surviving
relative (my father) was discovered last year. It was through his help tha=
t
a great of deal of new material was recovered very recently.

Unfortunately, we've learned the very painful way that not everyone who
works in the field of Holocaust studies chooses to pay homage to victims an=
d
survivors alike. Sometimes, things are just done for personal
aggrandizement, such as what this group did, or didn't do.

When you get the recording, you'll find in the notes that the music was not
dedicated to Pola or any or her colleagues or victims of the Holocaust, and
some of the sources of information upon further digging were not credited.
We'll leave it at that, although I understand Maria von Trapp (of "Sound of
Music" fame) was not even sent an invite to the premiere of the film, and
did not receive a sou of the royalties (give or take the latter).....

Of course as an academic, independent researcher and a descendant of Pola, =
I
plan to keep records of collected resources, credit citations, and
acknowledge people who have been helpful during the course of this work.

I looked through the Polish Business Directory and couldn't find anything,
but I was looking in Grodno, rather than Bialystok. I will look, anew.
Thanks!

I was wondering about the things you found in the Library of Congress
website, and how you were able to find the index. I did find Herman and
Hermanowa Braun on image 87, but I couldn't determine where to view the
businesses addresses you were able to locate.

I'd very much appreciate it, if you could tell me how to run searches
through these digital materials, as I was not able to bring up the .pdf
version. =20

My grandfather was a tailor and/or owned a fabric shop in Warsaw c. 1937-9.
His last name was Braun, first Noach or Noah.

Thanks so much for the Leszno address of the caf=E9. No one ever told me it
before, and how delightful to finally see a photo of the outside (at
least!).

Best wishes and many thanks

Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Re: warszawa digest: January 11, 2006 #warsaw #poland

K.S. <prosegal@...>
 

re: caf=E9 Sztuka and Braun family members

Thank you to those who were kind enough to reply to my query. I am using a
new e-mail program, and for some reason, I missed until today, all your
helpful hints. Please don't hesitate to let me know of any others you may
find, too.

I will have to review all the digests, but in the meantime, I wanted to
answer Kris, first....



From: Warszawa Research Group digest <warszawa@...>
Reply-To: Warszawa Research Group <warszawa@...>
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 00:00:28 -0600
To: warszawa digest recipients <warszawa@...>
Subject: warszawa digest: January 11, 2006
=20
Subject: Re: Ghetto cabarets and/or Braun factory in Prewar Warszawa
From: "Kris Murawski" <kris.murawski@...>
Date: Wed, 11 Jan 2006 10:45:16 -0500
X-Message-Number: 2
=20
I do not know what you know and what would be new to you.....

You will find more Polish directories online at the Library of Congress
website: http://www.loc.gov/rr/european/pdir/poldir.html. In the 1938
Warsaw telephone book
(http://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/ampage?collId=3Dgdc3&fileName=3Dscd0001_200206=
11001
wapage.db)=20
you will find addresses of Brothers Braun playwood factory in Warsaw, at =
12
Zielna Street (warehouses) and at 122 Radzyminska Street. Herman Braun's
residence was at 12 Zielna Street,
I hope some of this will be of help.
Greetings,
Kris Murawski
Annandale, VA
--=20
Yes Kris,

Much of this is very helpful. I already know about the Music of Rembrance
group. Pola's poems were not "unpublished," but rather appeared in a book
c. 1946 or 7 in Poland. Also, a researcher of Szlengel tells me that she
rescued two of Pola's poems.

These surviving six poems were not "published" in English, however.

However, the website features a number of articles about the premiere,
"Letter to Warsaw," without updating either journalists or readers that muc=
h
more information was located about Pola, and that the closest surviving
relative (my father) was discovered last year. It was through his help tha=
t
a great of deal of new material was recovered very recently.

Unfortunately, we've learned the very painful way that not everyone who
works in the field of Holocaust studies chooses to pay homage to victims an=
d
survivors alike. Sometimes, things are just done for personal
aggrandizement, such as what this group did, or didn't do.

When you get the recording, you'll find in the notes that the music was not
dedicated to Pola or any or her colleagues or victims of the Holocaust, and
some of the sources of information upon further digging were not credited.
We'll leave it at that, although I understand Maria von Trapp (of "Sound of
Music" fame) was not even sent an invite to the premiere of the film, and
did not receive a sou of the royalties (give or take the latter).....

Of course as an academic, independent researcher and a descendant of Pola, =
I
plan to keep records of collected resources, credit citations, and
acknowledge people who have been helpful during the course of this work.

I looked through the Polish Business Directory and couldn't find anything,
but I was looking in Grodno, rather than Bialystok. I will look, anew.
Thanks!

I was wondering about the things you found in the Library of Congress
website, and how you were able to find the index. I did find Herman and
Hermanowa Braun on image 87, but I couldn't determine where to view the
businesses addresses you were able to locate.

I'd very much appreciate it, if you could tell me how to run searches
through these digital materials, as I was not able to bring up the .pdf
version. =20

My grandfather was a tailor and/or owned a fabric shop in Warsaw c. 1937-9.
His last name was Braun, first Noach or Noah.

Thanks so much for the Leszno address of the caf=E9. No one ever told me it
before, and how delightful to finally see a photo of the outside (at
least!).

Best wishes and many thanks

Leivik - a Hebrew name? #ukraine

Rochelle Gershenow
 

My father, born in the US, listed his Hebrew name as Leivik on a document.
I have been been unable to determine if this is truly a Hebrew name. His
English name is Leo. I believe his Yiddish name may have been Leibl. His
parents emigrated >from the Ukraine. I would appreciate getting an opinion
on the name >from anyone knowledgeable about given names among Jews.

Rochelle Gershenow
Potomac, Maryland

Searching: AGINSKY (Belarus; South Africa, USA); CHAIKIN (Priluki, Ukraine);
GADISH/GAIDASH/GERIS (Belarus); LECKERMAN/LAKERMAN (Priluki, Ukraine; or
Pennsylvania, USA); LIFSCHITZ (Priluki,Ukraine);
PURINSON/PURINZON/PURRINSON Priluki,Ukraine; Argentina; Israel; USA);
SLONIMSKY (Minsk, Belarus)or SLONIM (USA); SONDEK/SUNDOCK/SUNDACK (Lutzin,
Belarus; Ludza, Latvia; USA); SOKOLOFF (Priluki, Ukraine)

Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Leivik - a Hebrew name? #ukraine

Rochelle Gershenow
 

My father, born in the US, listed his Hebrew name as Leivik on a document.
I have been been unable to determine if this is truly a Hebrew name. His
English name is Leo. I believe his Yiddish name may have been Leibl. His
parents emigrated >from the Ukraine. I would appreciate getting an opinion
on the name >from anyone knowledgeable about given names among Jews.

Rochelle Gershenow
Potomac, Maryland

Searching: AGINSKY (Belarus; South Africa, USA); CHAIKIN (Priluki, Ukraine);
GADISH/GAIDASH/GERIS (Belarus); LECKERMAN/LAKERMAN (Priluki, Ukraine; or
Pennsylvania, USA); LIFSCHITZ (Priluki,Ukraine);
PURINSON/PURINZON/PURRINSON Priluki,Ukraine; Argentina; Israel; USA);
SLONIMSKY (Minsk, Belarus)or SLONIM (USA); SONDEK/SUNDOCK/SUNDACK (Lutzin,
Belarus; Ludza, Latvia; USA); SOKOLOFF (Priluki, Ukraine)

KAHN, ABRAHAMSOHN in Neustadt, Poland #general

Marie-Louise Lofgren <marie-louise.lofgren@...>
 

Seacher 192697.
I am searching for information about my g-grandfather and g-grandmother.
They lived in Neustadt, Russien Poland. Their name are Aron Hirsch KAHN
and his wife was Rebecca ABRAHAMSOHN. They owned a house. Their eldest
son Hirsch Arnowitch Kahn was born 1849. They had 4 sons and one
daughter.Maritz,Levin,David and Anna or Hanna. I would like to know what
Neustadt is calles today. And any information about my g-grandparent
would make me happy.
Please replay to my email:marie-louise.lofgren@...
Marie-Louise Lofgren
Sundsvall, Sweden

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KAHN, ABRAHAMSOHN in Neustadt, Poland #general

Marie-Louise Lofgren <marie-louise.lofgren@...>
 

Seacher 192697.
I am searching for information about my g-grandfather and g-grandmother.
They lived in Neustadt, Russien Poland. Their name are Aron Hirsch KAHN
and his wife was Rebecca ABRAHAMSOHN. They owned a house. Their eldest
son Hirsch Arnowitch Kahn was born 1849. They had 4 sons and one
daughter.Maritz,Levin,David and Anna or Hanna. I would like to know what
Neustadt is calles today. And any information about my g-grandparent
would make me happy.
Please replay to my email:marie-louise.lofgren@...
Marie-Louise Lofgren
Sundsvall, Sweden

Re: Deciphering handwriting on Viewmate (More Suggestions) #general

H Duboff
 

B"H

Hi.

In addition to Ira Leviton's suggestion of including more of a page to
gauge the handwriting, perhaps it would help to include a link and/or
information to allow others to view the entire page of the document
(with the assumption that viewing the document is at no charge).

If the link to the document is long, and therefore liable to be made
unusable once it is folded, spindled and mutilated via e-mail, use
http://tinyurl.com/ to create a smaller, more manageable link. All
you do is paste the long web address into the box and press the "Make
Tiny URL!" button. You will then receive a much smaller link to the
large one you pasted in.

Some of the handwriting is not as difficult once one is able to
recognize the writing style based on other writing on the manifest.
For example, sometimes the letter "z" was written in cursive similar
to how we print it, rather than the descending "z" that most people
use today. The most legible manifests I have seen are those from
ships leaving England....they must have used some nice and flexible
pen nibs!

There are other references on the net for helping to decipher various
styles of handwriting. (Most of what I have found so far refers to
"American" style rather than European styles.)

Best of luck to you all,
Henoch DUBOFF
--
Researching: FAERSTEIN, TICKNER; (Skalo - Austria);
MAILSHANKER/MELSZENKER (Grading/Gorodok Podol. and Buenos Aires -
Argentina); OBLETZ, ROSOFF (Dokshytz - Belarus) ; FINN (Gluboko -
Vilna); RAFKIN/RAVKIN (Dwinsk - Russia); ZEMBLE (Lushnitz -
Russia);DUBOWY (Zalocie - Austria)

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Deciphering handwriting on Viewmate (More Suggestions) #general

H Duboff
 

B"H

Hi.

In addition to Ira Leviton's suggestion of including more of a page to
gauge the handwriting, perhaps it would help to include a link and/or
information to allow others to view the entire page of the document
(with the assumption that viewing the document is at no charge).

If the link to the document is long, and therefore liable to be made
unusable once it is folded, spindled and mutilated via e-mail, use
http://tinyurl.com/ to create a smaller, more manageable link. All
you do is paste the long web address into the box and press the "Make
Tiny URL!" button. You will then receive a much smaller link to the
large one you pasted in.

Some of the handwriting is not as difficult once one is able to
recognize the writing style based on other writing on the manifest.
For example, sometimes the letter "z" was written in cursive similar
to how we print it, rather than the descending "z" that most people
use today. The most legible manifests I have seen are those from
ships leaving England....they must have used some nice and flexible
pen nibs!

There are other references on the net for helping to decipher various
styles of handwriting. (Most of what I have found so far refers to
"American" style rather than European styles.)

Best of luck to you all,
Henoch DUBOFF
--
Researching: FAERSTEIN, TICKNER; (Skalo - Austria);
MAILSHANKER/MELSZENKER (Grading/Gorodok Podol. and Buenos Aires -
Argentina); OBLETZ, ROSOFF (Dokshytz - Belarus) ; FINN (Gluboko -
Vilna); RAFKIN/RAVKIN (Dwinsk - Russia); ZEMBLE (Lushnitz -
Russia);DUBOWY (Zalocie - Austria)

Brownsville Obituaries #general

mhlcswc2@...
 

Thanks for sharing this information. I googled it and didn't get anything.
Where can this papers be accessed?

Marcia Hoffman
Baltimore, MD
ODENTZ,ORDINTZ,ODINETZ, Vilnius
FRIEDMAN Austria
GREENBERG,GRINBERG,ROSENSWEIG,MALEWITZ, Lomza

Subject: Brownsville Obituaries
From: JOECYP@...
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 12:43:44 EST
X-Message-Number: 16

The was a newspaper called The Post and Opinion which published obituaries.

Joe Hirschfield

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Brownsville Obituaries #general

mhlcswc2@...
 

Thanks for sharing this information. I googled it and didn't get anything.
Where can this papers be accessed?

Marcia Hoffman
Baltimore, MD
ODENTZ,ORDINTZ,ODINETZ, Vilnius
FRIEDMAN Austria
GREENBERG,GRINBERG,ROSENSWEIG,MALEWITZ, Lomza

Subject: Brownsville Obituaries
From: JOECYP@...
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2006 12:43:44 EST
X-Message-Number: 16

The was a newspaper called The Post and Opinion which published obituaries.

Joe Hirschfield

Translation from Yiddish,please #general

Marie-Louise Lofgren <marie-louise.lofgren@...>
 

I hope this will be right and that it is plain text!

I am hoping that someone can help me with a translation of the text wich
is publishes on the viewMate
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html wit filenumber VM 7405.
My grandfather wrotw this in what I think is an old testament.
Please replay on my email marie-louise.lofgren@...
Thank you
Marie-Louise Lofgren
Sundsvall, Sweden

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation from Yiddish,please #general

Marie-Louise Lofgren <marie-louise.lofgren@...>
 

I hope this will be right and that it is plain text!

I am hoping that someone can help me with a translation of the text wich
is publishes on the viewMate
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html wit filenumber VM 7405.
My grandfather wrotw this in what I think is an old testament.
Please replay on my email marie-louise.lofgren@...
Thank you
Marie-Louise Lofgren
Sundsvall, Sweden

SMITH: Russia to Detroit #general

Roland Tompowsky <roland.tompowsky@...>
 

Dear Genners!

It seems like an impossibility to find any specific person with the name
SMITH. But I have the problerm and might help. Anyone maybe knows about the
family and about any living descendant of them, please give me a tip or a
name!
The family is:
Louis Smith b. ab. 1867 in Russia and his wife Dora - maiden name not
known - b. ab. 1870 in Russia;
Their children who lived with the parents in 92 Erskine Street, Detroit,
Wayne, Michigan, USA in the year 1920 according to US Federal c. that year.
Morton Smith b. 1895
Zelda Smith b. 1897
Bernie Smith b. 1901
Abe Smith b. 1903
David Smith b. 1909
Irving smith b. 1913
and Gertrude Smith b. 1911 inmarried in my family 1930 to Isadore HARRISON
TUMPEER (TUMPOWSKY).
Gertrude became a widow already 1939 and left a daughter >from the marriage
named Pera Lee Tumpeer - her first name seem a little uncommon, and as her
maternal grandmother was named Dora - it would not surprice that the name
rather should be Dora Lee, but this last is just a guess.
Anyone who knows about the family or their descendants and especially Pera
(Dora) Lee Tumpeer and her future, please send me a message to my
emailaddresse.

Roland Tompowsky,
Varberg, Sweden
roland.tompowsky@...

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SMITH: Russia to Detroit #general

Roland Tompowsky <roland.tompowsky@...>
 

Dear Genners!

It seems like an impossibility to find any specific person with the name
SMITH. But I have the problerm and might help. Anyone maybe knows about the
family and about any living descendant of them, please give me a tip or a
name!
The family is:
Louis Smith b. ab. 1867 in Russia and his wife Dora - maiden name not
known - b. ab. 1870 in Russia;
Their children who lived with the parents in 92 Erskine Street, Detroit,
Wayne, Michigan, USA in the year 1920 according to US Federal c. that year.
Morton Smith b. 1895
Zelda Smith b. 1897
Bernie Smith b. 1901
Abe Smith b. 1903
David Smith b. 1909
Irving smith b. 1913
and Gertrude Smith b. 1911 inmarried in my family 1930 to Isadore HARRISON
TUMPEER (TUMPOWSKY).
Gertrude became a widow already 1939 and left a daughter >from the marriage
named Pera Lee Tumpeer - her first name seem a little uncommon, and as her
maternal grandmother was named Dora - it would not surprice that the name
rather should be Dora Lee, but this last is just a guess.
Anyone who knows about the family or their descendants and especially Pera
(Dora) Lee Tumpeer and her future, please send me a message to my
emailaddresse.

Roland Tompowsky,
Varberg, Sweden
roland.tompowsky@...

Alert on State Legislation Impacting Genealogists- New Hampshire and New Jersey #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners:

The IAJGS Public Records Monitoring and Access Committee monitors
legislation that impacts access to vital genealogical records (birth,
marriage, death) and census. In that vein I am informing you of several
egregious bills recently introduced in New Hampshire and New Jersey.

I. New Hampshire- HB 1382 prohibits a public or private entity >from using
non-public personal information about an individual for any reason without
the individuals' consent. The bill defines the term "individual" to mean a
human being, including a deceased human being. As drafted the bill would
prevent organizations, such as Ancestry.com and other data collection
organizations >from obtaining information on a deceased person, unless that
person had given their approval. Another concern we have, if the bill is
enacted as currently written, some state and local government employees may
preclude individuals >from obtaining copies of information (birth, marriage
or death records) on someone who is dead as the deceased had not given their
approval.

The genealogical community, as represented on the FGS/NGS Records
Preservation and Access Committee, --- IAJGS serves on the committee, is
taking the position of "support if amended". The amendment we are trying to
achieve is the removal of "deceased human being" >from the definition of
"individual" in the bill.

The first hearing is scheduled in the Judiciary Committee of the New
Hampshire House of Representatives on January 31, 2006 at 10 AM.

You may read the bill by going to:
http://gencourt.state.nh.us/legislation/2006/HB1382.html

2. New Jersey AB 1390 (2005 session it was AB 3806). This bill removes vital
records (birth, marriage, domestic partnership and
death records) >from the definition of public records, thereby making access
to such records very difficult, if not impossible. The bill has been
assigned to the Assembly Homeland Security and State Preparedness
Committee-the committee members are not yet announced per the legislative
website.

The bill needs to be amended to permit copies of such records for
genealogists. Efforts to get time limits on the confidentiality of birth
records (100 years), marriage records ( 60 years) and death records (40
years) in the bill do not appear to be successful as yet.

The bill can be accessed at the New Jersey Legislature's website:
http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/2006/Bills/A1500/1390_I1.PDF

Both bills cited above are PDF files, therefore, to read them it is
necessary to install Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer which is
available for free by accessing the site at:
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readermain.html.

If you have any questions about the above, please contact me.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, Public Records Access and Monitoring Committee and
IAJGS representative on the FGS/NGS Records Preservation and Access
Committee

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Alert on State Legislation Impacting Genealogists- New Hampshire and New Jersey #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners:

The IAJGS Public Records Monitoring and Access Committee monitors
legislation that impacts access to vital genealogical records (birth,
marriage, death) and census. In that vein I am informing you of several
egregious bills recently introduced in New Hampshire and New Jersey.

I. New Hampshire- HB 1382 prohibits a public or private entity >from using
non-public personal information about an individual for any reason without
the individuals' consent. The bill defines the term "individual" to mean a
human being, including a deceased human being. As drafted the bill would
prevent organizations, such as Ancestry.com and other data collection
organizations >from obtaining information on a deceased person, unless that
person had given their approval. Another concern we have, if the bill is
enacted as currently written, some state and local government employees may
preclude individuals >from obtaining copies of information (birth, marriage
or death records) on someone who is dead as the deceased had not given their
approval.

The genealogical community, as represented on the FGS/NGS Records
Preservation and Access Committee, --- IAJGS serves on the committee, is
taking the position of "support if amended". The amendment we are trying to
achieve is the removal of "deceased human being" >from the definition of
"individual" in the bill.

The first hearing is scheduled in the Judiciary Committee of the New
Hampshire House of Representatives on January 31, 2006 at 10 AM.

You may read the bill by going to:
http://gencourt.state.nh.us/legislation/2006/HB1382.html

2. New Jersey AB 1390 (2005 session it was AB 3806). This bill removes vital
records (birth, marriage, domestic partnership and
death records) >from the definition of public records, thereby making access
to such records very difficult, if not impossible. The bill has been
assigned to the Assembly Homeland Security and State Preparedness
Committee-the committee members are not yet announced per the legislative
website.

The bill needs to be amended to permit copies of such records for
genealogists. Efforts to get time limits on the confidentiality of birth
records (100 years), marriage records ( 60 years) and death records (40
years) in the bill do not appear to be successful as yet.

The bill can be accessed at the New Jersey Legislature's website:
http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/2006/Bills/A1500/1390_I1.PDF

Both bills cited above are PDF files, therefore, to read them it is
necessary to install Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer which is
available for free by accessing the site at:
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readermain.html.

If you have any questions about the above, please contact me.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, Public Records Access and Monitoring Committee and
IAJGS representative on the FGS/NGS Records Preservation and Access
Committee

Viewmate 7379: Difficult German script #austria-czech

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Dear all,

I have placed a excerpt >from a vital record on Viewmate.
I would very much appreciate if you could help me in deciphering
the difficult German script, mainly the names/locations/occupations
marked in yellow.

The page is:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7379

Many thanks in advance and please reply in private.
Friendly regards
Tom

Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@...>
Sao Paulo - Brazil

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Viewmate 7379: Difficult German script #austria-czech

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Dear all,

I have placed a excerpt >from a vital record on Viewmate.
I would very much appreciate if you could help me in deciphering
the difficult German script, mainly the names/locations/occupations
marked in yellow.

The page is:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7379

Many thanks in advance and please reply in private.
Friendly regards
Tom

Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@...>
Sao Paulo - Brazil

naturalization information #general

Ruth Hyman <ruth.hyman@...>
 

Dear Genners,
I am a bit puzzled and don't have Steve Cohen's original message, but
if I remember, Steve, you have the naturalization certificate. If you
have that it should give the court where the naturaliztion took place
and you should be able to get the full record >from that court. I have
never gotten anything >from the INS despite a number of attempts.
Ruth Hyman
Rockville Centre, NY

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen naturalization information #general

Ruth Hyman <ruth.hyman@...>
 

Dear Genners,
I am a bit puzzled and don't have Steve Cohen's original message, but
if I remember, Steve, you have the naturalization certificate. If you
have that it should give the court where the naturaliztion took place
and you should be able to get the full record >from that court. I have
never gotten anything >from the INS despite a number of attempts.
Ruth Hyman
Rockville Centre, NY