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Budapest Archives NE Slovakia #hungary

Touvia Goldstein <touviagoldstein@...>
 

Hi Louis and SIG friends,

Just received an english answer >from the Budapest Archives refering to
NE Slovakia. I am posting the first initial part in order to someone
translate it and give the corresponding explainations for the benefit
of all. Please, forgive any mistakes it is very difficult to write
slovakian and/or hungarian when some one doen't know the languages....

Thank you and Shabat Shalom,

Touvia Goldstein

MAGYAR ORSZÁGOS LEVÉLTAR
Budapest 1, Bécsi Kapatu Tér 4,
150 Budapest 1, Posttafiók 3,

The following is the summary records on microfilm for the NE Slovakia
at the Budapets Archives. The price for microfi, duplicates is US/0.06
per meter. 20-30 frames come to a mete aprox.

Part 1

Státny oblastny archiv v Presove (Eperjes) Teruleti Allami Levéltár
1263-1918 54844 frames

Kozigazgatás
1264-1918 44425 "

Sarisska zupa (Sáros megye levéltára)
1264-1918 44425 "

Kongregacné pisomnosti (Saros megyé nemesi Kozgyulése)
1631-1849 42345 "

Kongregacné spicy (Kozgulesi iratok) - R
1685-1817 1068 "

X 1435 C 290-291 C 150

Kongregacné protokoly (Kozgyulési jegyokonyvek)
1682-1849 30879 "

X 999, C 111-112 C 136-137 C 150
C 228-231 C 238-239 C 250-253
C 820-823

Acta politica - R
1631-1714 10246 "

X 1000 C 94/11-12 C 111 C 150
C 1520-1537 Kuruc Felkelésekre
Rackózzi szabadságharcra
vonatkozó iratok




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Hungary SIG #Hungary Budapest Archives NE Slovakia #hungary

Touvia Goldstein <touviagoldstein@...>
 

Hi Louis and SIG friends,

Just received an english answer >from the Budapest Archives refering to
NE Slovakia. I am posting the first initial part in order to someone
translate it and give the corresponding explainations for the benefit
of all. Please, forgive any mistakes it is very difficult to write
slovakian and/or hungarian when some one doen't know the languages....

Thank you and Shabat Shalom,

Touvia Goldstein

MAGYAR ORSZÁGOS LEVÉLTAR
Budapest 1, Bécsi Kapatu Tér 4,
150 Budapest 1, Posttafiók 3,

The following is the summary records on microfilm for the NE Slovakia
at the Budapets Archives. The price for microfi, duplicates is US/0.06
per meter. 20-30 frames come to a mete aprox.

Part 1

Státny oblastny archiv v Presove (Eperjes) Teruleti Allami Levéltár
1263-1918 54844 frames

Kozigazgatás
1264-1918 44425 "

Sarisska zupa (Sáros megye levéltára)
1264-1918 44425 "

Kongregacné pisomnosti (Saros megyé nemesi Kozgyulése)
1631-1849 42345 "

Kongregacné spicy (Kozgulesi iratok) - R
1685-1817 1068 "

X 1435 C 290-291 C 150

Kongregacné protokoly (Kozgyulési jegyokonyvek)
1682-1849 30879 "

X 999, C 111-112 C 136-137 C 150
C 228-231 C 238-239 C 250-253
C 820-823

Acta politica - R
1631-1714 10246 "

X 1000 C 94/11-12 C 111 C 150
C 1520-1537 Kuruc Felkelésekre
Rackózzi szabadságharcra
vonatkozó iratok




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*re: Presov #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

A major portion of my family lived or was born in Presov. My paternal
grandmother moved there (>from Liptovsky Mikulas) in 1887 and lived there
until the outset of WWII. Grandma only spoke German and some broken Slovak
and Hungarian. According to what I heard >from her and other members of my
family, the reason for this was that the lingua franca in Slovakia
("felvidek" in the Austro-Hungarian empire) as well as in Bohemia/Moravia
was German. In other words, most of the Jews >from Presov spoke German not
because they belonged to a specific community but because this was normal
practice among Jews of that region.

Just to reinforce the above, my deceased father, also born in Presov, spoke
fluent German, having graduated >from the Caroline University in Prague
where ALL courses were delivered in German. He and 5 of his brothers spoke
German among themselves although all their wives spoke Hungarian and were
born in Hungarian towns.

I hope this will help
friendly regards
Tom

| Subject: Presov
| From: "Magda Lapedus" <Magdil@worldnet.att.net>
| Date: Thu, 21 Jan 1999 15:29:10 -0800
| During the Austrian-Hungarian monarchy almost the entire Hungarian Jewish
| population spoke German. This was especially true in the areas of
present day Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Although there were
| many ethnic groups in the area which before W.W.I. was called "greater
Hungary", German was one of the main language in use at all times.
| Presov (Eperjes) as we all know changed hands a number of times.
| I didn't find in my search an indication that Presov (Eperjes) had a
| "specific" German speaking community.


Hungary SIG #Hungary *re: Presov #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

A major portion of my family lived or was born in Presov. My paternal
grandmother moved there (>from Liptovsky Mikulas) in 1887 and lived there
until the outset of WWII. Grandma only spoke German and some broken Slovak
and Hungarian. According to what I heard >from her and other members of my
family, the reason for this was that the lingua franca in Slovakia
("felvidek" in the Austro-Hungarian empire) as well as in Bohemia/Moravia
was German. In other words, most of the Jews >from Presov spoke German not
because they belonged to a specific community but because this was normal
practice among Jews of that region.

Just to reinforce the above, my deceased father, also born in Presov, spoke
fluent German, having graduated >from the Caroline University in Prague
where ALL courses were delivered in German. He and 5 of his brothers spoke
German among themselves although all their wives spoke Hungarian and were
born in Hungarian towns.

I hope this will help
friendly regards
Tom

| Subject: Presov
| From: "Magda Lapedus" <Magdil@worldnet.att.net>
| Date: Thu, 21 Jan 1999 15:29:10 -0800
| During the Austrian-Hungarian monarchy almost the entire Hungarian Jewish
| population spoke German. This was especially true in the areas of
present day Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Although there were
| many ethnic groups in the area which before W.W.I. was called "greater
Hungary", German was one of the main language in use at all times.
| Presov (Eperjes) as we all know changed hands a number of times.
| I didn't find in my search an indication that Presov (Eperjes) had a
| "specific" German speaking community.


Markbreiter in Vienna #hungary

Georg Gaugusch <e9526666@...>
 

I was reminding, that someone >from this group was looking up Markbreiter,
here are some results:

Adam Markbreiter, son of Moses Markbreiter >from Regensburg, Bavaria, born
ca. 1779 in Mattersburg look: Wachstein: Statut No.53 (1926)
In 1820 he had a business on jewels in Vienna in : Seilergasse, naechst dem
Matschakerhof No.1156 im 1. Stock
Emma Markbreiter, daughter of Dr. Philipp Markbreiter and Amalia Schey from
Guens married Leo Frid >from Nagy Kallo in Vienna on June 4th 1863.
Irene Markbreiter, her sister, married Ludwig Mandl in Vienna December 25th
1864.
Katharina Markbreiter, Arztensgattin died in Vienna August 21st 1858.
Ludovica Markbreiter, sister of Irene and Emma married in Baden with Johann
Schnitzler June 2nd 1861. She is the mother of Arthur Schnitzler, the poet.
Moses Markbreiter was in 1804 in Vienna: Juwelenhaendler, am alten
Fleischmarkt No.503 and 1812: Juwelenhaendler, am Salzgriesz zum weiszen
Loewen No.215.
Philipp Markbreiter has his flat in 1859 in Vienna in: Leopoldstadt,
Taborstrasze No.511.

If this is of use for anyone, please remail privately

Georg Gaugusch, Vienna, e9526666@student.tuwien.ac.at


Hungary SIG #Hungary Markbreiter in Vienna #hungary

Georg Gaugusch <e9526666@...>
 

I was reminding, that someone >from this group was looking up Markbreiter,
here are some results:

Adam Markbreiter, son of Moses Markbreiter >from Regensburg, Bavaria, born
ca. 1779 in Mattersburg look: Wachstein: Statut No.53 (1926)
In 1820 he had a business on jewels in Vienna in : Seilergasse, naechst dem
Matschakerhof No.1156 im 1. Stock
Emma Markbreiter, daughter of Dr. Philipp Markbreiter and Amalia Schey from
Guens married Leo Frid >from Nagy Kallo in Vienna on June 4th 1863.
Irene Markbreiter, her sister, married Ludwig Mandl in Vienna December 25th
1864.
Katharina Markbreiter, Arztensgattin died in Vienna August 21st 1858.
Ludovica Markbreiter, sister of Irene and Emma married in Baden with Johann
Schnitzler June 2nd 1861. She is the mother of Arthur Schnitzler, the poet.
Moses Markbreiter was in 1804 in Vienna: Juwelenhaendler, am alten
Fleischmarkt No.503 and 1812: Juwelenhaendler, am Salzgriesz zum weiszen
Loewen No.215.
Philipp Markbreiter has his flat in 1859 in Vienna in: Leopoldstadt,
Taborstrasze No.511.

If this is of use for anyone, please remail privately

Georg Gaugusch, Vienna, e9526666@student.tuwien.ac.at


Jewish Burial in Rochester, Minnesota #general

Simon Kreindler <SimonKreindler@...>
 

My aunt, Dina GERSTENHABER, a citizen of Guatemala, died at the Mayo Clinic
in August, 1947. She was apparently buried in Rochester. I would like to
know whom I could contact to find out where she might be buried.

Simon Kreindler

Toronto, Canada


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish Burial in Rochester, Minnesota #general

Simon Kreindler <SimonKreindler@...>
 

My aunt, Dina GERSTENHABER, a citizen of Guatemala, died at the Mayo Clinic
in August, 1947. She was apparently buried in Rochester. I would like to
know whom I could contact to find out where she might be buried.

Simon Kreindler

Toronto, Canada


Searching: David WALTER, b 1891 in Warsaw? to US in 1923 #general

PeteDr <petedr@...>
 

Searching family of David WALTER, (b 1891 probably in Warsaw) and immigrated to
US 1923. Mothers last name was PHILO. Known siblings include Zeisel, Jankel
(to Paris), Ruchel (to New Jersey, US) and Pincus (to New Jersey, US -Phillip).
Thanks!
Pete Dreifuss

http://members.aol.com/petedr
Searching:
DREIFUSS->from Altdorf
HESS >from FULDA
STERN >from Flieden
SCHNEIDER >from Lomza
CZARNOLAWSKA, MIRMENSZTEJN >from Grajewo, Szczuczyn


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: David WALTER, b 1891 in Warsaw? to US in 1923 #general

PeteDr <petedr@...>
 

Searching family of David WALTER, (b 1891 probably in Warsaw) and immigrated to
US 1923. Mothers last name was PHILO. Known siblings include Zeisel, Jankel
(to Paris), Ruchel (to New Jersey, US) and Pincus (to New Jersey, US -Phillip).
Thanks!
Pete Dreifuss

http://members.aol.com/petedr
Searching:
DREIFUSS->from Altdorf
HESS >from FULDA
STERN >from Flieden
SCHNEIDER >from Lomza
CZARNOLAWSKA, MIRMENSZTEJN >from Grajewo, Szczuczyn


DO NOT FORWARD: New Virus WarninG - IT'S A HOAX! #latvia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

PLEASE EVERYBODY!

INSTEAD OF PANICKING AND THEN CLOGGING UP ALL THE SYSTEMS I SUGGEST THAT YOU:

DO NOT ****NOT*** FORWARD ALL THESE WARNINGS BEFORE YOU HAVE CHECKED THEM
OUT - WHICH IS VERY EASY!

You can check out

http://www.av.ibm.com/BreakingNews/HypeAlert/Crew/

or

http://www.datafellows.com/news/hoax.htm



ABOUT THIS SPECIFIC VIRUS ALERT :

In a message dated 1/11/99 8:00:32 AM Eastern Standard Time,
rmay@maxinc.com
writes:

<< Subject: New Virus Warning!!!

Someone is sending out a very desirable screen-saver, the Budweiser
Frogs
"BUDDYLST.ZIP". If you download it, you will lose everything! Your
hard

YOU FIND the following message >from June 18, 1998!!!!
At that time it was already an oldie!!!


Quote: Two new warnings have appeared (or
re-appeared) in e-mail recently, often
attached to old familiar warnings about
"Win a Holiday" or "Returned -- Unable to
Deliver". These new warnings say that you
should never download a "Bud Frogs"
screensaver, or a file called
"BUDDYLST.ZIP", because if you do your
hard drive will be erased, or your
password will be stolen. And, of course,
you should forward this warning to all
your friends! (The "Bud Frogs" warning
says that "THIS JUST WENT INTO
CIRCULATION YESTERDAY"; it has
been saying this for months.)

These warnings are, interpreted literally,
false and misleading. Simply downloading
a screen saver or a ZIP file will not do any
damage to your computer. On the other
hand, if you get a program >from a stranger
(or even an unexpected program that seems
to come >from a friend), it's a bad idea to
run it even if it isn't either "Bud Frogs" or
"BUDDYLST.ZIP". So forget the specifics
of the warnings, and just remember that
unknown software can be dangerous. Don't
install it or run it. It won't hurt you if you
just download it and don't run it, but on the
other hand why waste the time? Just delete
it, be it frogs, buddies, or something else
entirely. And, of course, don't forward
either the "Bud Frogs" or the
"BUDDYLST" warning to all your friends;
while it's possible that there are damaging
programs out there with these names, there
are many others with other names, and
getting people excited about these
particular ones is, again, just a waste of
time...
end of quote!


Best regards

---------------------------------------------------------
Elsebeth Paikin, Editor
The Danish Genealogical Research Journal
"Hvem Forsker Hvad"
---------------------------------------------------------
e-mail address: info@hvemforskerhvad.dk
website: http://www.hvemforskerhvad.dk
webmaster: http://www.genealogi.dk
---------------------------------------------------------


Latvia SIG #Latvia DO NOT FORWARD: New Virus WarninG - IT'S A HOAX! #latvia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

PLEASE EVERYBODY!

INSTEAD OF PANICKING AND THEN CLOGGING UP ALL THE SYSTEMS I SUGGEST THAT YOU:

DO NOT ****NOT*** FORWARD ALL THESE WARNINGS BEFORE YOU HAVE CHECKED THEM
OUT - WHICH IS VERY EASY!

You can check out

http://www.av.ibm.com/BreakingNews/HypeAlert/Crew/

or

http://www.datafellows.com/news/hoax.htm



ABOUT THIS SPECIFIC VIRUS ALERT :

In a message dated 1/11/99 8:00:32 AM Eastern Standard Time,
rmay@maxinc.com
writes:

<< Subject: New Virus Warning!!!

Someone is sending out a very desirable screen-saver, the Budweiser
Frogs
"BUDDYLST.ZIP". If you download it, you will lose everything! Your
hard

YOU FIND the following message >from June 18, 1998!!!!
At that time it was already an oldie!!!


Quote: Two new warnings have appeared (or
re-appeared) in e-mail recently, often
attached to old familiar warnings about
"Win a Holiday" or "Returned -- Unable to
Deliver". These new warnings say that you
should never download a "Bud Frogs"
screensaver, or a file called
"BUDDYLST.ZIP", because if you do your
hard drive will be erased, or your
password will be stolen. And, of course,
you should forward this warning to all
your friends! (The "Bud Frogs" warning
says that "THIS JUST WENT INTO
CIRCULATION YESTERDAY"; it has
been saying this for months.)

These warnings are, interpreted literally,
false and misleading. Simply downloading
a screen saver or a ZIP file will not do any
damage to your computer. On the other
hand, if you get a program >from a stranger
(or even an unexpected program that seems
to come >from a friend), it's a bad idea to
run it even if it isn't either "Bud Frogs" or
"BUDDYLST.ZIP". So forget the specifics
of the warnings, and just remember that
unknown software can be dangerous. Don't
install it or run it. It won't hurt you if you
just download it and don't run it, but on the
other hand why waste the time? Just delete
it, be it frogs, buddies, or something else
entirely. And, of course, don't forward
either the "Bud Frogs" or the
"BUDDYLST" warning to all your friends;
while it's possible that there are damaging
programs out there with these names, there
are many others with other names, and
getting people excited about these
particular ones is, again, just a waste of
time...
end of quote!


Best regards

---------------------------------------------------------
Elsebeth Paikin, Editor
The Danish Genealogical Research Journal
"Hvem Forsker Hvad"
---------------------------------------------------------
e-mail address: info@hvemforskerhvad.dk
website: http://www.hvemforskerhvad.dk
webmaster: http://www.genealogi.dk
---------------------------------------------------------


Searching: Dorothy CORNFELD or CORNFIELD, England? #general

Hank32230@...
 

My husband's mother Ida LANDY (nee OKYEN/OKENn) had a cousin Dorothy CORNFELD or CORNFIELD. We heard >from her a number of years ago. We believe she was
living in England and was a book publisher. If anyone knows her whereabouts
we can be contacted . There were family members who we have never met named
KAUFMAN. We would like to touch base with her again if possible.
Please contact us direct.

Sandy Landy


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: Dorothy CORNFELD or CORNFIELD, England? #general

Hank32230@...
 

My husband's mother Ida LANDY (nee OKYEN/OKENn) had a cousin Dorothy CORNFELD or CORNFIELD. We heard >from her a number of years ago. We believe she was
living in England and was a book publisher. If anyone knows her whereabouts
we can be contacted . There were family members who we have never met named
KAUFMAN. We would like to touch base with her again if possible.
Please contact us direct.

Sandy Landy


Re: Israeli Given Names--What Gender? #general

Simon Barak
 

Anat: Female (originally an Asyrian godess)
Doron: male (means "gift")
Eran: male (means "wakeful, vigilant" or "clever")
Hadar: bisexual (mainly female means "splendour, glory, beauty but also
citrus flower")
Neta: female (means seedling, sapling)
Uzi: male (means "brave")
Zachi: male, diminutive of Itshak=isaac

ddworski@erols.com wrote:

I would appreciate if someone could identify the (probable) gender of
Israeli relatives with the following given names: Anat, Doron, Eran,
Hadar, Neta, Uzi, Zahci
Simon Barak


thank you #general

HSobol4336@...
 

thank you for numbering the messages..it's a big help when i'm looking for a
particular message in my download. h sobol


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Israeli Given Names--What Gender? #general

Simon Barak
 

Anat: Female (originally an Asyrian godess)
Doron: male (means "gift")
Eran: male (means "wakeful, vigilant" or "clever")
Hadar: bisexual (mainly female means "splendour, glory, beauty but also
citrus flower")
Neta: female (means seedling, sapling)
Uzi: male (means "brave")
Zachi: male, diminutive of Itshak=isaac

ddworski@erols.com wrote:

I would appreciate if someone could identify the (probable) gender of
Israeli relatives with the following given names: Anat, Doron, Eran,
Hadar, Neta, Uzi, Zahci
Simon Barak


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen thank you #general

HSobol4336@...
 

thank you for numbering the messages..it's a big help when i'm looking for a
particular message in my download. h sobol


Re: Bios of Manhattan judges #general

Davesap@...
 

There are two sources that I know of to find at least some basic information.
The first is called The American Bench which comes out every year I believe.
The second is Martindale-Hubbell which has a listing of all the lawyers in the
United States and many internationally. Both of these should be available at
any law school library and many public libraries in the United States. In
Israel, I would try one of the law school libraries.
-- David Saperstein


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Bios of Manhattan judges #general

Davesap@...
 

There are two sources that I know of to find at least some basic information.
The first is called The American Bench which comes out every year I believe.
The second is Martindale-Hubbell which has a listing of all the lawyers in the
United States and many internationally. Both of these should be available at
any law school library and many public libraries in the United States. In
Israel, I would try one of the law school libraries.
-- David Saperstein