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Help with German translation on Hungarian record #general

Judy Petersen
 

Hello,
I have the marriage record of Czilli STOSSEL to Israel DRESNER in 1859 >from
Eger, Hungary. It is written in German. I would like to have the
occupations translated. To my very untrained eye they look something like:

Kappel....sor
Stushwaye
Filsrbadurfliger

If anybody can make sense of these, please let me know. I can send a copy
of the image if needed.

Many thanks!!

Judy Petersen
Fort Collins, CO

Searching: DRES[D]NER, STOSSL, HECHT, DEUTSCH >from Eger


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help with German translation on Hungarian record #general

Judy Petersen
 

Hello,
I have the marriage record of Czilli STOSSEL to Israel DRESNER in 1859 >from
Eger, Hungary. It is written in German. I would like to have the
occupations translated. To my very untrained eye they look something like:

Kappel....sor
Stushwaye
Filsrbadurfliger

If anybody can make sense of these, please let me know. I can send a copy
of the image if needed.

Many thanks!!

Judy Petersen
Fort Collins, CO

Searching: DRES[D]NER, STOSSL, HECHT, DEUTSCH >from Eger


Trying to contact Schlomo BUMAGIN #general

christineusd <christineusd@...>
 

I am trying to send an important mail to Mr Schlomo Bumagin concerning
Jewish researches of our families but the mails return undelivered with this
note: Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently.
Shlomo,if you read this please send me another email adress.
Yankel Usdin was my GGGrandfather.
Thanks
Christine Usdin
christineusd@...
France


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Trying to contact Schlomo BUMAGIN #general

christineusd <christineusd@...>
 

I am trying to send an important mail to Mr Schlomo Bumagin concerning
Jewish researches of our families but the mails return undelivered with this
note: Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently.
Shlomo,if you read this please send me another email adress.
Yankel Usdin was my GGGrandfather.
Thanks
Christine Usdin
christineusd@...
France


Dunkowice #general

solkeys@thejnet.com
 

I would appreciate if anybody has any information about the town Dunkowice
in Poland. If there are any records or if the cemetery still exists.
Solomon Schlussel
solkeys@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Dunkowice #general

solkeys@thejnet.com
 

I would appreciate if anybody has any information about the town Dunkowice
in Poland. If there are any records or if the cemetery still exists.
Solomon Schlussel
solkeys@...


KOTISCHNIK #general

Barbara Hoffstetter <bhoffste@...>
 

I have finally been able to locate the family name of my grandfater, Fred
Cohen. According to the Ellis Island Passenger List, he came to the United
States >from Keshenev in 1906. His passport states he was 28 years old at
the time and his name was Fichel Kotischnik. Traveling with him were is
wife Suka (Sara) a 3 year old daughter Zelde (Zelda) and a baby boy. There
was a brother who paid for his passage. This family settled in Philadelphia
and then New York. Is there anyone out there who might identify with this
family?

Barbara Hoffstetter (nee Friedman)


Searching: LIBERMAN Sislevitz, Russia #general

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

Now that the Yizkor book has been translated, is there anyone else searching
for this surname? It was changed to LEAF in the U.S.

Some given names are:
Shimshon/Samson - father
Alta Neome - mother
Sam, Max & Morris - same family
2 sisters, given names unknown - same family
Sarah, Harry Aaron - 1st cousins.

Please reply privately to:
rlberliner@...

Thank you.
Rachelle Berliner
Marietta, GA
searching: LIBERMAN/LEAF/LEV/LOW/AIN Sislevitz in Russia.
It is now Swisloch in Belarus, Grodno Gubernia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KOTISCHNIK #general

Barbara Hoffstetter <bhoffste@...>
 

I have finally been able to locate the family name of my grandfater, Fred
Cohen. According to the Ellis Island Passenger List, he came to the United
States >from Keshenev in 1906. His passport states he was 28 years old at
the time and his name was Fichel Kotischnik. Traveling with him were is
wife Suka (Sara) a 3 year old daughter Zelde (Zelda) and a baby boy. There
was a brother who paid for his passage. This family settled in Philadelphia
and then New York. Is there anyone out there who might identify with this
family?

Barbara Hoffstetter (nee Friedman)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: LIBERMAN Sislevitz, Russia #general

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

Now that the Yizkor book has been translated, is there anyone else searching
for this surname? It was changed to LEAF in the U.S.

Some given names are:
Shimshon/Samson - father
Alta Neome - mother
Sam, Max & Morris - same family
2 sisters, given names unknown - same family
Sarah, Harry Aaron - 1st cousins.

Please reply privately to:
rlberliner@...

Thank you.
Rachelle Berliner
Marietta, GA
searching: LIBERMAN/LEAF/LEV/LOW/AIN Sislevitz in Russia.
It is now Swisloch in Belarus, Grodno Gubernia


Missing person? Misread that name! #general

Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

I recently tried to search for a Lewitta family on a manifest.
I knew the correct name was written, but I couldn't get a hit.
When I carefully wrote out the name, I realized the name could be
read Leurtta, and, Bingo, there they were, in spite of the dot for the 'i'.

Zev Griner
GRINER,PANCER,BAUM/BOJM,ZAJDEL,LEJZER/LAJZER/LEIZER
Tomaszow Lubelski/Jarczow/Zamosc


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Missing person? Misread that name! #general

Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

I recently tried to search for a Lewitta family on a manifest.
I knew the correct name was written, but I couldn't get a hit.
When I carefully wrote out the name, I realized the name could be
read Leurtta, and, Bingo, there they were, in spite of the dot for the 'i'.

Zev Griner
GRINER,PANCER,BAUM/BOJM,ZAJDEL,LEJZER/LAJZER/LEIZER
Tomaszow Lubelski/Jarczow/Zamosc


Canadian Census Campaign History Written #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

This is for those interested the history of the Canadian Census
campaign waged to get the census released and the "compromise" of
the "opt-in" question. Canadian Senator Lorna Milne, who spearheaded
the long campaign waged to regain the public access to Historic
Census records that genealogist and historians believed regulations
attached to the Privacy Act already stated that the public could have,
has written a book, titled "Deeply Rooted - The story of one Senator's
battle to preserve the Historic Census results. It can be found on
Senator Milne's website at http://www.sen.parl.gc.ca/lmilne/ There is
no cost to download the book.

This was announced by Gordon Watts, Co-chair, Canada Census Committee.
I have no interest in the book, other than it portrays an interesting
"battle" to preserve open census in Canada.

Jan Meisels Allen
Director, IAJGS and
Chairperson, Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Canadian Census Campaign History Written #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

This is for those interested the history of the Canadian Census
campaign waged to get the census released and the "compromise" of
the "opt-in" question. Canadian Senator Lorna Milne, who spearheaded
the long campaign waged to regain the public access to Historic
Census records that genealogist and historians believed regulations
attached to the Privacy Act already stated that the public could have,
has written a book, titled "Deeply Rooted - The story of one Senator's
battle to preserve the Historic Census results. It can be found on
Senator Milne's website at http://www.sen.parl.gc.ca/lmilne/ There is
no cost to download the book.

This was announced by Gordon Watts, Co-chair, Canada Census Committee.
I have no interest in the book, other than it portrays an interesting
"battle" to preserve open census in Canada.

Jan Meisels Allen
Director, IAJGS and
Chairperson, Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Gustav Oppenheimer witness on marriage cert #unitedkingdom

john tyner <johntyner2001@...>
 

hi all,
today i have received a wedding certifcate of my cousin Solomon Adolphus MEYER age 36. he married Emily Jane BELLHOUSE age 19 on 26th September 1853 in St Saviours church Manchester England.
one of the witnesses is Gustav OPPENHEIMER.
i would like to know if anyone knows anything about him as i seem to remember the surname coming up before.
both parents were merchants.
John William Tyner,
Wicklow, Ireland


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Gustav Oppenheimer witness on marriage cert #unitedkingdom

john tyner <johntyner2001@...>
 

hi all,
today i have received a wedding certifcate of my cousin Solomon Adolphus MEYER age 36. he married Emily Jane BELLHOUSE age 19 on 26th September 1853 in St Saviours church Manchester England.
one of the witnesses is Gustav OPPENHEIMER.
i would like to know if anyone knows anything about him as i seem to remember the surname coming up before.
both parents were merchants.
John William Tyner,
Wicklow, Ireland


Reichline #belarus

Herbert Lazerow
 

I would like to know if there were many households with the name REICHLINE.
Chasing a name like REICHLINE leaves you chasing many
variant spellings. An ancestor of mine married a Rakhlin in Nezhin
Ukraine in 1886. He was originally registered in Novo-Aleksandrovsk
uezd, which is not far >from Vitebsk, and I have seen the name spelled
Rakhlin, Raikhlin, Roklin, Roikhlin, Rokhlin. Alexander Beider in
his Dictionary of Jewish Surnames >from the Russian Empire points out
that this is a matronymic for people who are children of Rakhel, and
specifies areas where it is particularly found, but none of them is
Vitebsk. Beider does give the spelling Reikhin, but not
Reichline. I do not recall seeing many Russian names ending with
-line; could that be an American spelling, or did you find it in a
Russian document?
Bert

Herbert Lazerow
U. of San Diego Law School, San Diego, CA
lazer@...


Belarus SIG #Belarus Reichline #belarus

Herbert Lazerow
 

I would like to know if there were many households with the name REICHLINE.
Chasing a name like REICHLINE leaves you chasing many
variant spellings. An ancestor of mine married a Rakhlin in Nezhin
Ukraine in 1886. He was originally registered in Novo-Aleksandrovsk
uezd, which is not far >from Vitebsk, and I have seen the name spelled
Rakhlin, Raikhlin, Roklin, Roikhlin, Rokhlin. Alexander Beider in
his Dictionary of Jewish Surnames >from the Russian Empire points out
that this is a matronymic for people who are children of Rakhel, and
specifies areas where it is particularly found, but none of them is
Vitebsk. Beider does give the spelling Reikhin, but not
Reichline. I do not recall seeing many Russian names ending with
-line; could that be an American spelling, or did you find it in a
Russian document?
Bert

Herbert Lazerow
U. of San Diego Law School, San Diego, CA
lazer@...


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Yizkor book ideas #ukraine

ANDREA MASSION <almassion@...>
 

Please bring up this Odessa Yizkor Book idea up at the Ukraine SIG
meeting in Chicago. Talk to Joyce Fields who supervises Yizkor book
translations for Jewishgen.org to get the history of the past obstacles,
in order to generate possible solutions to the Rav Kook permission issue.
All the best,

Andrea Massion, Kherson coordinator


Researching MASSION >from Ananiev, Ukr; OURIN(SON) and Babitsh >from Streshin,
BEL; KATZNELSON >from Bobroisk; GREENSPOON and TIGAY >from Balta and Uman, UKR;
SMALTZ, KOFLER(?).
http://web.mac.com/almassion/Ananiev,_Ukraine/Introduction_Purpose.html


Yizkor book ideas #ukraine

ANDREA MASSION <almassion@...>
 

Please bring up this Odessa Yizkor Book idea up at the Ukraine SIG
meeting in Chicago. Talk to Joyce Fields who supervises Yizkor book
translations for Jewishgen.org to get the history of the past obstacles,
in order to generate possible solutions to the Rav Kook permission issue.
All the best,

Andrea Massion, Kherson coordinator


Researching MASSION >from Ananiev, Ukr; OURIN(SON) and Babitsh >from Streshin,
BEL; KATZNELSON >from Bobroisk; GREENSPOON and TIGAY >from Balta and Uman, UKR;
SMALTZ, KOFLER(?).
http://web.mac.com/almassion/Ananiev,_Ukraine/Introduction_Purpose.html