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Manhattan 1920 census names #general

lindaschu <lindaschu@...>
 

January 17, 1920, enumeration district 1272, ll5 E. 105th Street:
SLOPIMIS/COPIMIS - Sara, age 37, and Pitha, age 13. Nurse >from Russia,
speaks Yiddish.
113 E. 105th: WASSIMAN, Isidor, age 39, Sadia, Harry, fromAustria, speaks
Jewish. He is furrier.
FRANKLYN (sp?) Julius, age 38, Jennie, Benny, David, speaks Hebrew, from
Russia via England, shipping clerk.
Linda Schulein California lindaschu@msn.com


Re: Post-1920 Census records #general

Dolph Klein <kledolph@...>
 

David, In addition to Warren Blatt's comments, consider the 1925 New
York State Census if your relatives were living in NYC during the 1925
Census and you happen to know their addresses. The search is a two step
process. First, you need to look up an index microfilm roll for the AD
(assembly district), the ED (emuneration district) and page number(s) for
the address in question. Second, using the AD, ED and page number(s), you
can look through the appropriate roll of schedules for the address and its
occupants. Such rolls are available through the Family History Centers.

If you do not have addresses, try searching through the NYC Trow Directory
for 1924-1925. Directories on microfilm are available through the FHC as
well as the NY Public Library.

Dolph Klein
Chapel Hill, NC

Dear JewGen'rs
My library has census information, but only for the years 1800-1920.
Since all my grandparents came here (sometime ) after WW1, there
records will not help me. I do know they lived in New York City.
Does anyone know where I can locate census records for after 1920?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Manhattan 1920 census names #general

lindaschu <lindaschu@...>
 

January 17, 1920, enumeration district 1272, ll5 E. 105th Street:
SLOPIMIS/COPIMIS - Sara, age 37, and Pitha, age 13. Nurse >from Russia,
speaks Yiddish.
113 E. 105th: WASSIMAN, Isidor, age 39, Sadia, Harry, fromAustria, speaks
Jewish. He is furrier.
FRANKLYN (sp?) Julius, age 38, Jennie, Benny, David, speaks Hebrew, from
Russia via England, shipping clerk.
Linda Schulein California lindaschu@msn.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Post-1920 Census records #general

Dolph Klein <kledolph@...>
 

David, In addition to Warren Blatt's comments, consider the 1925 New
York State Census if your relatives were living in NYC during the 1925
Census and you happen to know their addresses. The search is a two step
process. First, you need to look up an index microfilm roll for the AD
(assembly district), the ED (emuneration district) and page number(s) for
the address in question. Second, using the AD, ED and page number(s), you
can look through the appropriate roll of schedules for the address and its
occupants. Such rolls are available through the Family History Centers.

If you do not have addresses, try searching through the NYC Trow Directory
for 1924-1925. Directories on microfilm are available through the FHC as
well as the NY Public Library.

Dolph Klein
Chapel Hill, NC

Dear JewGen'rs
My library has census information, but only for the years 1800-1920.
Since all my grandparents came here (sometime ) after WW1, there
records will not help me. I do know they lived in New York City.
Does anyone know where I can locate census records for after 1920?


Flushing, NY, family Bible #general

lindaschu <lindaschu@...>
 

Searching for family Bible, donated to synagogue in Flushing, but missing.
Large, leatherbound, with family information in German written on inside
pages for ROTH and APT and MARX families. Linda Schulein
lindaschu@msn.com


Searching: FEDER, Tarnow #general

BasGinger@...
 

A posting on behalf of Jean-Marc Feder >from Paris, a member of CGJ, French
JGS, Paris:
"I would appreciate any information about the FEDER family in Tarnow, Poland,
at the outbreak of W W II"

Basile Ginger
Paris, France


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Flushing, NY, family Bible #general

lindaschu <lindaschu@...>
 

Searching for family Bible, donated to synagogue in Flushing, but missing.
Large, leatherbound, with family information in German written on inside
pages for ROTH and APT and MARX families. Linda Schulein
lindaschu@msn.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: FEDER, Tarnow #general

BasGinger@...
 

A posting on behalf of Jean-Marc Feder >from Paris, a member of CGJ, French
JGS, Paris:
"I would appreciate any information about the FEDER family in Tarnow, Poland,
at the outbreak of W W II"

Basile Ginger
Paris, France


Pauline FISHMAN, Rachel KARP, Rebecca WEINER #general

Anita Fischer <anitwal@...>
 

These 3 sisters emigrated >from Anykst, Lithuania to Boston where their
Tante Gittel PEREL lived (married name unknown) at the turn of the century
along with another sister Annie PEREL, married name unknown.
Does anyone out there in Jewishgen land know anything of these families? A
Dr. George FISHMAN is a grandson. Members of the FISHMAN family were in the
shoe business.
Any information would be greatly appreciated as I seemed to have hit a dead
end.

Anita Fischer
anitwal@IBM.net


JGS Southern Nevada-West #general

Sam & Charlotte <samchar@...>
 

We are very pleased to announce that we have just received confirmation
from Gary Mokotoff that he will present a program for us in Las Vegas on
"Discovering our Jewish Roots". The date will be Monday, October 19th,
1998 at 7:30 PM. Admission will be free and it will be open to all, as
long as seats are available. We'll have more information on this later
as soon as the details are worked out on the location.

Our September meeting will be held on the second Sunday of the month
which will be September 13. The change had to be made because of Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur. In October we will be returning to our regular
third Sunday meeting schedule.

The response to our "Mentor Program" has been fantastic, and continuing
with the issue of genealogical correspondence as presented last month,
the September program will cover "Documents of our Ancestors", what they
are and how to find them. Our October meeting will follow this up with
"Using the National Archives".

Everyone is invited to attend the meetings which begin at 1:00 P.M. For
additional information - please contact Carole Montello at:
carmont7@juno.com.

Charlotte Aisuss Showel,
Board Member - JGS Southern Nevada-West


Re: Harold ARLEN #general

Martin Miller <millerm@...>
 

Just thought I'd mention that his father Samuel ARLUCK was a cantor here in
Syracuse, NY for 25 years or so.

Martin Miller in Syracuse, NY
mailto:millerm@mailbox.syr.edu
http://web.syr.edu/~millerm/index.htm


Abigail de VALLE #general

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

Sorry, I seem to have missed the question someone asked about Abigail De
VALLE [who is found in the Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of
1932-1935, Vol. XIII]. I just happen to have this one volume in my own
library. You won't find Abigail listed under De VALLE, but under FONSECA
MEZA, wife of Jacob FONSECA VALLE. What did you want to know? Please
contact me privately and I will try to help.

Martha

--
Martha LEVINSON Lev-Zion >from Israel <martha@bgumail.bgu.ac.il>

Researching:
LEVINSON (Goldingen, Kurland = Kuldiga, Latvia); Seattle, WA.
LIEBERTHAL (Latvia/Lithuania) Anyplace in the world.
LEVOR/LEFOR (Barchfeld, Germany) Anyplace in the world.
ROTHSCHILD (Nuremberg&Bamberg, Germany);San Diego, Chicago & Gloversville, NY.
BARNET/BERNET (Adelsdorf & Bamberg, Bavaria - Germany); New York & MA.
HIM(M)ELHOCH (Latvia) Anyplace in the world.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Pauline FISHMAN, Rachel KARP, Rebecca WEINER #general

Anita Fischer <anitwal@...>
 

These 3 sisters emigrated >from Anykst, Lithuania to Boston where their
Tante Gittel PEREL lived (married name unknown) at the turn of the century
along with another sister Annie PEREL, married name unknown.
Does anyone out there in Jewishgen land know anything of these families? A
Dr. George FISHMAN is a grandson. Members of the FISHMAN family were in the
shoe business.
Any information would be greatly appreciated as I seemed to have hit a dead
end.

Anita Fischer
anitwal@IBM.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS Southern Nevada-West #general

Sam & Charlotte <samchar@...>
 

We are very pleased to announce that we have just received confirmation
from Gary Mokotoff that he will present a program for us in Las Vegas on
"Discovering our Jewish Roots". The date will be Monday, October 19th,
1998 at 7:30 PM. Admission will be free and it will be open to all, as
long as seats are available. We'll have more information on this later
as soon as the details are worked out on the location.

Our September meeting will be held on the second Sunday of the month
which will be September 13. The change had to be made because of Rosh
Hashanah and Yom Kippur. In October we will be returning to our regular
third Sunday meeting schedule.

The response to our "Mentor Program" has been fantastic, and continuing
with the issue of genealogical correspondence as presented last month,
the September program will cover "Documents of our Ancestors", what they
are and how to find them. Our October meeting will follow this up with
"Using the National Archives".

Everyone is invited to attend the meetings which begin at 1:00 P.M. For
additional information - please contact Carole Montello at:
carmont7@juno.com.

Charlotte Aisuss Showel,
Board Member - JGS Southern Nevada-West


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Harold ARLEN #general

Martin Miller <millerm@...>
 

Just thought I'd mention that his father Samuel ARLUCK was a cantor here in
Syracuse, NY for 25 years or so.

Martin Miller in Syracuse, NY
mailto:millerm@mailbox.syr.edu
http://web.syr.edu/~millerm/index.htm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Abigail de VALLE #general

Martha Lev-Zion <martha@...>
 

Sorry, I seem to have missed the question someone asked about Abigail De
VALLE [who is found in the Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of
1932-1935, Vol. XIII]. I just happen to have this one volume in my own
library. You won't find Abigail listed under De VALLE, but under FONSECA
MEZA, wife of Jacob FONSECA VALLE. What did you want to know? Please
contact me privately and I will try to help.

Martha

--
Martha LEVINSON Lev-Zion >from Israel <martha@bgumail.bgu.ac.il>

Researching:
LEVINSON (Goldingen, Kurland = Kuldiga, Latvia); Seattle, WA.
LIEBERTHAL (Latvia/Lithuania) Anyplace in the world.
LEVOR/LEFOR (Barchfeld, Germany) Anyplace in the world.
ROTHSCHILD (Nuremberg&Bamberg, Germany);San Diego, Chicago & Gloversville, NY.
BARNET/BERNET (Adelsdorf & Bamberg, Bavaria - Germany); New York & MA.
HIM(M)ELHOCH (Latvia) Anyplace in the world.


Searching: STARVOLSKY Family #general

BK <bkasser@...>
 

Anyone know anything about the STARVOLSKY family >from a small shtetl near
Bialystok called Yashnofsky. The shtetl name may not be spelled correctly.
The phonetic spelling is the way I remember my father saying it. My
grandfather changed his name to RUBENSTEIN and emigrated to Detroit Michigan in the late 20's.

I have a black and white picture with two people. The inscription appears to be in Hebrew or Yisddish-in any case I can't read it.

Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Barbara Rubenstein
duffkass@earthlink.net


JRI-Poland, Tarnow #general

sam corwin <scorwin@...>
 

Many thanks to Howard Fink and his group for the
fine Tarnow job. One question and that is UMLAUTS.
Is it at all possible to show Umlauts in the name
when they appear? This applies to any and all names
whenever and wherever they appear. I think this is
a fair question without criticizing the work that
all of the volunteers do.

Sam Corwin
scorwin@alaska.net
Researching: SPETT/SPATT/SPOTT with or without
umlauts


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: STARVOLSKY Family #general

BK <bkasser@...>
 

Anyone know anything about the STARVOLSKY family >from a small shtetl near
Bialystok called Yashnofsky. The shtetl name may not be spelled correctly.
The phonetic spelling is the way I remember my father saying it. My
grandfather changed his name to RUBENSTEIN and emigrated to Detroit Michigan in the late 20's.

I have a black and white picture with two people. The inscription appears to be in Hebrew or Yisddish-in any case I can't read it.

Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Barbara Rubenstein
duffkass@earthlink.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JRI-Poland, Tarnow #general

sam corwin <scorwin@...>
 

Many thanks to Howard Fink and his group for the
fine Tarnow job. One question and that is UMLAUTS.
Is it at all possible to show Umlauts in the name
when they appear? This applies to any and all names
whenever and wherever they appear. I think this is
a fair question without criticizing the work that
all of the volunteers do.

Sam Corwin
scorwin@alaska.net
Researching: SPETT/SPATT/SPOTT with or without
umlauts