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Gravestone Translation on Viewmate #general

Shelly Crane
 

Hello,

I posted a 1902 gravestone on Viewmate of Marcus (aka Morris) SHEMANSKI.
He died at the age of 82 in Portland, Oregon. The writing is in Hebrew or
Yiddish and I hope to find a volunteer to translate the stone.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=17284

Please respond privately.
Thank you very much!
Shelly Levin
crzprncess@...
USA
Surnames: BOL, BLAZ, DANOWSKY, EIZENSZTEIN, ELSOHN, FAJNTUCH,
FLASTERSTEIN, FROMSON, GABELMAN, GORELIK, KUREJWOWSKY, KVACHINSKI,
LANGUS, LEFELMAN,
LIPOWICZ, MILEWICZ, SHIFMAN, WILEDNIK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Gravestone Translation on Viewmate #general

Shelly Crane
 

Hello,

I posted a 1902 gravestone on Viewmate of Marcus (aka Morris) SHEMANSKI.
He died at the age of 82 in Portland, Oregon. The writing is in Hebrew or
Yiddish and I hope to find a volunteer to translate the stone.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=17284

Please respond privately.
Thank you very much!
Shelly Levin
crzprncess@...
USA
Surnames: BOL, BLAZ, DANOWSKY, EIZENSZTEIN, ELSOHN, FAJNTUCH,
FLASTERSTEIN, FROMSON, GABELMAN, GORELIK, KUREJWOWSKY, KVACHINSKI,
LANGUS, LEFELMAN,
LIPOWICZ, MILEWICZ, SHIFMAN, WILEDNIK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Union Field Cemetery, Queens, NY #general

Michael Reich <mareich@...>
 

Not to add to any confusion, but I believe there is more than one "Union
Field Cemetery" in Queens. The one Mr. Lasky mentions in this message
is the older one, established in 1878. It is located on on Cypress
Avenue just west of the Jackie Robinson Expressway in Queens. A very
short distance away is the "New Union Field Cemetery" which may be the
one administered by the Mt. Carmel Cemetery. The New Union Field is on
Cypress Hills Street and, according to the map I have, is across the
street >from Mt. Carmel Cemetery.

I have several ancestors buried at Union Field and they do not appear in
the Mt. Carmel database. Either they are among those not yet entered,
or the Mt. Carmel Cemetery database includes the "New Union Field
Cemetery" but not "Union Field Cemetery." When I visited the "Union
Field Cemetery" several years ago, their records seemed to consist
mostly of index cards.

Michael Reich

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
Even though Union Field Cemetery in Ridgewood, Queens County, New
York does not have a searchable database, they nevertheless have a website.
snip....


Union Field Cemetery, Queens, NY #general

Michael Reich <mareich@...>
 

Not to add to any confusion, but I believe there is more than one "Union
Field Cemetery" in Queens. The one Mr. Lasky mentions in this message
is the older one, established in 1878. It is located on on Cypress
Avenue just west of the Jackie Robinson Expressway in Queens. A very
short distance away is the "New Union Field Cemetery" which may be the
one administered by the Mt. Carmel Cemetery. The New Union Field is on
Cypress Hills Street and, according to the map I have, is across the
street >from Mt. Carmel Cemetery.

I have several ancestors buried at Union Field and they do not appear in
the Mt. Carmel database. Either they are among those not yet entered,
or the Mt. Carmel Cemetery database includes the "New Union Field
Cemetery" but not "Union Field Cemetery." When I visited the "Union
Field Cemetery" several years ago, their records seemed to consist
mostly of index cards.

Michael Reich

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
Even though Union Field Cemetery in Ridgewood, Queens County, New
York does not have a searchable database, they nevertheless have a website.
snip....


Meaning of "Stammvater" #austria-czech

easpira@...
 

Hello A-G SIGgers,

I have recently learned that the burial records of my GGGGgrandfather
Haschman Leib SPIRA of Trebic (Trebitsch), Moravia, has recorded that
his "Stammvater" was Josef Aron. Josef Aron is also listed as the father
of three sons, but he word "Stammvater does not appear in connection
with them. While I do not have the full translation of their records, I
am wondering whether the use of "Stammvater" in this context has some
unique meaning.
The question arises also because there appears to be at least 35 years
difference in ages between Haschman and his "siblings".

Any suggestions as to the use of the term Stammvater would be welcome.

Arthur Spira: researching SPIRA, WERTHEIMER, ORNSTEIN and SCHNEK >from
Trebic; MAX >from Safov.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Meaning of "Stammvater" #austria-czech

easpira@...
 

Hello A-G SIGgers,

I have recently learned that the burial records of my GGGGgrandfather
Haschman Leib SPIRA of Trebic (Trebitsch), Moravia, has recorded that
his "Stammvater" was Josef Aron. Josef Aron is also listed as the father
of three sons, but he word "Stammvater does not appear in connection
with them. While I do not have the full translation of their records, I
am wondering whether the use of "Stammvater" in this context has some
unique meaning.
The question arises also because there appears to be at least 35 years
difference in ages between Haschman and his "siblings".

Any suggestions as to the use of the term Stammvater would be welcome.

Arthur Spira: researching SPIRA, WERTHEIMER, ORNSTEIN and SCHNEK >from
Trebic; MAX >from Safov.


Czech National Archives digitisation of Matriky #austria-czech

danielat1@...
 

Dear fellow Siggers
I want to give you the exciting news that the Czech National Archives
has begun to digitise the collection of vital records they hold.
The collection of 4,000 Matriky, the registers of the Jews of Bohemia
and Moravia - Births, Deaths and Marriages - will be available online
next year for the first time!
The project is the brainchild of Dr Lenka Matusikova a deputy director
of the archive who is the curator of religious documents (among other
responsibilities).
The archive is funding the actual scanning of the registers but the
Matriky are in desperate need of restoration. The archive is seeking
donations and sponsorship for the restoration.
The whole project is supported by the Moravian Land Archives and also
some Austrian funding >from the "Matricula" programme.
I am happy to support the project and would be pleased to give any
further information if you write to me privately.

Regards
Daniela Torsh
Sydney, Australia

Researching POLLAK in Vseradice, Bestin, Prague, LOEBL in Most, ADLER and
HANNAK in Boskovice, THORSCH in Boskovice, Tovacov and Vienna, SCHINDEL in
Vienna, LICHTBLAU in Vienna and WINTER in Straznice, Vienna and England.

Daniela Torsh
Balmain, NSW, 2041


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Czech National Archives digitisation of Matriky #austria-czech

danielat1@...
 

Dear fellow Siggers
I want to give you the exciting news that the Czech National Archives
has begun to digitise the collection of vital records they hold.
The collection of 4,000 Matriky, the registers of the Jews of Bohemia
and Moravia - Births, Deaths and Marriages - will be available online
next year for the first time!
The project is the brainchild of Dr Lenka Matusikova a deputy director
of the archive who is the curator of religious documents (among other
responsibilities).
The archive is funding the actual scanning of the registers but the
Matriky are in desperate need of restoration. The archive is seeking
donations and sponsorship for the restoration.
The whole project is supported by the Moravian Land Archives and also
some Austrian funding >from the "Matricula" programme.
I am happy to support the project and would be pleased to give any
further information if you write to me privately.

Regards
Daniela Torsh
Sydney, Australia

Researching POLLAK in Vseradice, Bestin, Prague, LOEBL in Most, ADLER and
HANNAK in Boskovice, THORSCH in Boskovice, Tovacov and Vienna, SCHINDEL in
Vienna, LICHTBLAU in Vienna and WINTER in Straznice, Vienna and England.

Daniela Torsh
Balmain, NSW, 2041


Shtetlinks Course will begin Dec 1 #belarus

bounce-2127993-772948@...
 

Do you have a lot of genealogical material to share and want to put it
on the web, but don't know how? Have you waited for someone to create
a ShtetLinks site for your town, but no one has? Do it yourself!

If you have basic computer skills, that's all you need to start making
web pages. We will use a free, downloadable, simple-to-use web page
editor to create our pages so you don't have to buy expensive
software. This editor runs on both PCs (all versions of Windows) and
Macs (OS X 10.2 or later), so practically everyone will be able to use
it.

Requirements:

1) You must have basic computer skills such as knowing how to click on
hyperlinks and how to "copy and paste" text using a computer mouse,
etc.

2) You must be comfortable with using a web browser like Internet
Explorer or Safari, and with using a word processing program like
Microsoft Word or WordPerfect. You don't have to be an expert, just
someone who has used those programs or programs like them.

3) And you'll need about 4-5 hours each week to read the lessons and
practice making web pages

The tuition is $36 and you can pay online by clicking on the Enroll
Link on the education page at www.jewishgen.org/education. You can pay
online with our secure credit card system. If you have any questions,
please email JewishGen-Education@...

Phyllis Kramer
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc.
Education Website: http://www.jewishgen.org/education
phylliskramer1@...


Re: Greatuncle in Paris - CRYSTAL/KRISTAL/KRYSTAL #france

eve.line.blum@...
 

There are lots of CRYSTAL and KRYSTAL families in the current French
directory. But without knowing your greatuncle first name, it's very
difficult to make searches.

Eve LIne Blum
25000 Besancon - France

---------------------------------

2010/11/13 Crystal <scrapbasket@...>


Hi friends. I am still searching to i.d. my greatuncle ?(1st name unknown)?
CRYSTAL/KRISTAL/KRYSTAL.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Shtetlinks Course will begin Dec 1 #belarus

bounce-2127993-772948@...
 

Do you have a lot of genealogical material to share and want to put it
on the web, but don't know how? Have you waited for someone to create
a ShtetLinks site for your town, but no one has? Do it yourself!

If you have basic computer skills, that's all you need to start making
web pages. We will use a free, downloadable, simple-to-use web page
editor to create our pages so you don't have to buy expensive
software. This editor runs on both PCs (all versions of Windows) and
Macs (OS X 10.2 or later), so practically everyone will be able to use
it.

Requirements:

1) You must have basic computer skills such as knowing how to click on
hyperlinks and how to "copy and paste" text using a computer mouse,
etc.

2) You must be comfortable with using a web browser like Internet
Explorer or Safari, and with using a word processing program like
Microsoft Word or WordPerfect. You don't have to be an expert, just
someone who has used those programs or programs like them.

3) And you'll need about 4-5 hours each week to read the lessons and
practice making web pages

The tuition is $36 and you can pay online by clicking on the Enroll
Link on the education page at www.jewishgen.org/education. You can pay
online with our secure credit card system. If you have any questions,
please email JewishGen-Education@...

Phyllis Kramer
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc.
Education Website: http://www.jewishgen.org/education
phylliskramer1@...


French SIG #France Re: Greatuncle in Paris - CRYSTAL/KRISTAL/KRYSTAL #france

eve.line.blum@...
 

There are lots of CRYSTAL and KRYSTAL families in the current French
directory. But without knowing your greatuncle first name, it's very
difficult to make searches.

Eve LIne Blum
25000 Besancon - France

---------------------------------

2010/11/13 Crystal <scrapbasket@...>


Hi friends. I am still searching to i.d. my greatuncle ?(1st name unknown)?
CRYSTAL/KRISTAL/KRYSTAL.


Re: Researching UK Army Regimental Archives #unitedkingdom

peter@...
 

This might possibly help with some:
http://www.armymuseums.org.uk/index.htm
I thought I'd used this in the past but it seems tricky to use now:
http://www.regiments.org/
and this also seems to be a bit broken:
http://www.burmastar.org.uk/tfmills3.htm

Peter Brunning
Cambridge, England
peter@...
http://www.brunning47.demon.co.uk/peter.html
http://www.lostcousins.com/?ref=LC956

MODERATROR'S NOTE: Thanks to all of you who responded with many good ideas on this topic.
With this post we are closing the subject as there should be enough comments to assist
anyone looking for help.


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Re: Researching UK Army Regimental Archives #unitedkingdom

peter@...
 

This might possibly help with some:
http://www.armymuseums.org.uk/index.htm
I thought I'd used this in the past but it seems tricky to use now:
http://www.regiments.org/
and this also seems to be a bit broken:
http://www.burmastar.org.uk/tfmills3.htm

Peter Brunning
Cambridge, England
peter@...
http://www.brunning47.demon.co.uk/peter.html
http://www.lostcousins.com/?ref=LC956

MODERATROR'S NOTE: Thanks to all of you who responded with many good ideas on this topic.
With this post we are closing the subject as there should be enough comments to assist
anyone looking for help.


Shtetlinks Course will begin Dec 1 #unitedkingdom

Phyllis Kramer
 

Do you have a lot of genealogical material to share and want to put it
on the web, but don't know how? Have you waited for someone to create
a ShtetLinks site for your town, but no one has? Do it yourself!

If you have basic computer skills, that's all you need to start making
web pages. We will use a free, downloadable, simple-to-use web page
editor to create our pages so you don't have to buy expensive
software. This editor runs on both PCs (all versions of Windows) and
Macs (OS X 10.2 or later), so practically everyone will be able to use
it.

Requirements:

1) You must have basic computer skills such as knowing how to click on
hyperlinks and how to "copy and paste" text using a computer mouse,
etc.

2) You must be comfortable with using a web browser like Internet
Explorer or Safari, and with using a word processing program like
Microsoft Word or WordPerfect. You don't have to be an expert, just
someone who has used those programs or programs like them.

3) And you'll need about 4-5 hours each week to read the lessons and
practice making web pages

The tuition is $36 and you can pay online by clicking on the Enroll
Link on the education page at www.jewishgen.org/education. You can pay
online with our secure credit card system. If you have any questions,
please email JewishGen-Education@...

Phyllis Kramer
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc.
Education Website: http://www.jewishgen.org/education
phylliskramer1@...


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Shtetlinks Course will begin Dec 1 #unitedkingdom

Phyllis Kramer
 

Do you have a lot of genealogical material to share and want to put it
on the web, but don't know how? Have you waited for someone to create
a ShtetLinks site for your town, but no one has? Do it yourself!

If you have basic computer skills, that's all you need to start making
web pages. We will use a free, downloadable, simple-to-use web page
editor to create our pages so you don't have to buy expensive
software. This editor runs on both PCs (all versions of Windows) and
Macs (OS X 10.2 or later), so practically everyone will be able to use
it.

Requirements:

1) You must have basic computer skills such as knowing how to click on
hyperlinks and how to "copy and paste" text using a computer mouse,
etc.

2) You must be comfortable with using a web browser like Internet
Explorer or Safari, and with using a word processing program like
Microsoft Word or WordPerfect. You don't have to be an expert, just
someone who has used those programs or programs like them.

3) And you'll need about 4-5 hours each week to read the lessons and
practice making web pages

The tuition is $36 and you can pay online by clicking on the Enroll
Link on the education page at www.jewishgen.org/education. You can pay
online with our secure credit card system. If you have any questions,
please email JewishGen-Education@...

Phyllis Kramer
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc.
Education Website: http://www.jewishgen.org/education
phylliskramer1@...


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Now online - CZERNOWITZ Directory for 1927 #romania

daniel@...
 

Hi Edgar,

Thanks a zillion for this wonderful resources.

I check it already and in less that 5 minutes find 3 uncles of my wife
and a few members of my own family

I would like to suggest you to make this databases searchable by names.
Steve Morse has a very useful tool to do this, and if you need any help
with this task I'm more than happy to give you a full hand.
You can see an example of a search engine I help with here
http://humora.tripod.com/

Best regards
Daniel Horowitz


On Sat, 13 Nov 2010 00:06:09 -0700, "Romania SIG digest"
<rom-sig@...> said:

ROM-SIG Digest for Friday, November 12, 2010.

1. Now online - CZERNOWITZ Directory for 1927

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Now online - CZERNOWITZ Directory for 1927
From: bconcept@...
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2010 19:41:26 +0100
X-Message-Number: 1

NEW: By releasing now the Czernowitz Directory for the Year 1927, we are
adding
another 18,754 "new" addresses for the year 1927 to our database and are
crossing as a result the mark of 100,000 datasets, outreaching in total
109,509 Czernowitz addresses, available for download at

http://czernowitz.blogspot.com/

or directly for the year 1927 at

http://czernowitz.blogspot.com/2010/11/directory-for-czernowitz-for-year-1927.html

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington included the
directories
in their Lists Catalog. We have done our utmost to deliver an accurate
piece of
work, but please consider that the Romanization of Bukovina, which took
place
during the interwar period of the 20th century, had a very negative
impact on the
accuracy of the directory. An incredible number of typing errors, dozens
of
variants for the same name, occupation or street and the generally low
editorial
quality made it quite hard to obtain a reliable result. In order to make
the
listing useful and searchable, please read the following carefully:

S U R N A M E S: The diversity of spelling for the names may cause
difficulties,
for example "Schwarzmann" could be listed as "Schwarzman" or "Svartman"
or any
other variation. Romanian diacritics have not been used, so please keep
looking
for different spellings.

G I V E N N A M E S: The same problem applies to the given names, for
example
"Schloime" became "Sloime", "Elias" became "Ilie", "Mechel" became
"Mihai", etc.
Again, Romanian diacritics have not been used, so please keep looking for
different spellings.

O C C U P A T I O N S: JewishGen generously released the listing
"Romanian
Occupation Definitions - English Translations", which we have made
available for
download. JewishGen notes "Some of these [occupation definitions] are
archaic or
obscure terms, no longer current. Romanian diacritics have not been used.
Please
note that the Romanian terms have been entered exactly as the clerks
wrote them in
[1927]. They are therefore subject to any mis-spellings, etc., that they
might
have used at that time?".

S T R E E T S: This column differentiates between (ro./en./ger.)
cale venue haussee,
drum ay eg, fundatura ead end street ackgasse,
piata lace latz, poteca athway fad, strada treet tra?e [Gasse].

A D D R E S S E S: In order to make the listing searchable, we have
brought
consistency to the street names by using the Czernowitz Street Index,
generously
provided by Othmar Andr?e (http://www.czernowitz.de/). For facilitating
the
attribution of the street names, we have added - if procurable - the
index no.,
which enables you to assign the street denominations used in the
Austrian,
Romanian and - in part - Russian periods by using the index, which is now
available for download on our page too.

We do hope these listings will prove to be useful for your genealogical
and
historical research. We would be pleased to receive your comments,
suggestions
and questions!

Edgar Hauster
Lent - The Netherlands


Re: Now online - CZERNOWITZ Directory for 1927 #romania

daniel@...
 

Hi Edgar,

Thanks a zillion for this wonderful resources.

I check it already and in less that 5 minutes find 3 uncles of my wife
and a few members of my own family

I would like to suggest you to make this databases searchable by names.
Steve Morse has a very useful tool to do this, and if you need any help
with this task I'm more than happy to give you a full hand.
You can see an example of a search engine I help with here
http://humora.tripod.com/

Best regards
Daniel Horowitz


On Sat, 13 Nov 2010 00:06:09 -0700, "Romania SIG digest"
<rom-sig@...> said:

ROM-SIG Digest for Friday, November 12, 2010.

1. Now online - CZERNOWITZ Directory for 1927

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Now online - CZERNOWITZ Directory for 1927
From: bconcept@...
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2010 19:41:26 +0100
X-Message-Number: 1

NEW: By releasing now the Czernowitz Directory for the Year 1927, we are
adding
another 18,754 "new" addresses for the year 1927 to our database and are
crossing as a result the mark of 100,000 datasets, outreaching in total
109,509 Czernowitz addresses, available for download at

http://czernowitz.blogspot.com/

or directly for the year 1927 at

http://czernowitz.blogspot.com/2010/11/directory-for-czernowitz-for-year-1927.html

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington included the
directories
in their Lists Catalog. We have done our utmost to deliver an accurate
piece of
work, but please consider that the Romanization of Bukovina, which took
place
during the interwar period of the 20th century, had a very negative
impact on the
accuracy of the directory. An incredible number of typing errors, dozens
of
variants for the same name, occupation or street and the generally low
editorial
quality made it quite hard to obtain a reliable result. In order to make
the
listing useful and searchable, please read the following carefully:

S U R N A M E S: The diversity of spelling for the names may cause
difficulties,
for example "Schwarzmann" could be listed as "Schwarzman" or "Svartman"
or any
other variation. Romanian diacritics have not been used, so please keep
looking
for different spellings.

G I V E N N A M E S: The same problem applies to the given names, for
example
"Schloime" became "Sloime", "Elias" became "Ilie", "Mechel" became
"Mihai", etc.
Again, Romanian diacritics have not been used, so please keep looking for
different spellings.

O C C U P A T I O N S: JewishGen generously released the listing
"Romanian
Occupation Definitions - English Translations", which we have made
available for
download. JewishGen notes "Some of these [occupation definitions] are
archaic or
obscure terms, no longer current. Romanian diacritics have not been used.
Please
note that the Romanian terms have been entered exactly as the clerks
wrote them in
[1927]. They are therefore subject to any mis-spellings, etc., that they
might
have used at that time?".

S T R E E T S: This column differentiates between (ro./en./ger.)
cale venue haussee,
drum ay eg, fundatura ead end street ackgasse,
piata lace latz, poteca athway fad, strada treet tra?e [Gasse].

A D D R E S S E S: In order to make the listing searchable, we have
brought
consistency to the street names by using the Czernowitz Street Index,
generously
provided by Othmar Andr?e (http://www.czernowitz.de/). For facilitating
the
attribution of the street names, we have added - if procurable - the
index no.,
which enables you to assign the street denominations used in the
Austrian,
Romanian and - in part - Russian periods by using the index, which is now
available for download on our page too.

We do hope these listings will prove to be useful for your genealogical
and
historical research. We would be pleased to receive your comments,
suggestions
and questions!

Edgar Hauster
Lent - The Netherlands


Romania SIG #Romania Shtetlinks Course will begin Dec 1 #romania

bounce-2127993-772976@...
 

Do you have a lot of genealogical material to share and want to put it
on the web, but don't know how? Have you waited for someone to create
a ShtetLinks site for your town, but no one has? Do it yourself!

If you have basic computer skills, that's all you need to start making
web pages. We will use a free, downloadable, simple-to-use web page
editor to create our pages so you don't have to buy expensive
software. This editor runs on both PCs (all versions of Windows) and
Macs (OS X 10.2 or later), so practically everyone will be able to use
it.

Requirements:

1) You must have basic computer skills such as knowing how to click on
hyperlinks and how to "copy and paste" text using a computer mouse,
etc.

2) You must be comfortable with using a web browser like Internet
Explorer or Safari, and with using a word processing program like
Microsoft Word or WordPerfect. You don't have to be an expert, just
someone who has used those programs or programs like them.

3) And you'll need about 4-5 hours each week to read the lessons and
practice making web pages

The tuition is $36 and you can pay online by clicking on the Enroll
Link on the education page at www.jewishgen.org/education. You can pay
online with our secure credit card system. If you have any questions,
please email JewishGen-Education@...

Phyllis Kramer
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc.
Education Website: http://www.jewishgen.org/education
phylliskramer1@...


Shtetlinks Course will begin Dec 1 #romania

bounce-2127993-772976@...
 

Do you have a lot of genealogical material to share and want to put it
on the web, but don't know how? Have you waited for someone to create
a ShtetLinks site for your town, but no one has? Do it yourself!

If you have basic computer skills, that's all you need to start making
web pages. We will use a free, downloadable, simple-to-use web page
editor to create our pages so you don't have to buy expensive
software. This editor runs on both PCs (all versions of Windows) and
Macs (OS X 10.2 or later), so practically everyone will be able to use
it.

Requirements:

1) You must have basic computer skills such as knowing how to click on
hyperlinks and how to "copy and paste" text using a computer mouse,
etc.

2) You must be comfortable with using a web browser like Internet
Explorer or Safari, and with using a word processing program like
Microsoft Word or WordPerfect. You don't have to be an expert, just
someone who has used those programs or programs like them.

3) And you'll need about 4-5 hours each week to read the lessons and
practice making web pages

The tuition is $36 and you can pay online by clicking on the Enroll
Link on the education page at www.jewishgen.org/education. You can pay
online with our secure credit card system. If you have any questions,
please email JewishGen-Education@...

Phyllis Kramer
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc.
Education Website: http://www.jewishgen.org/education
phylliskramer1@...