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German Translation of 2 Death Records VIEW MATE #germany

Steve Hahn <steve@...>
 

I need to have translated >from German to English the
following two death records recently uploaded to
ViewMate.

VM10414 - Death record of Johannes HAHN in Eppelsheim (north of Worms, Germany).
VM10415 - Death record of his wife Johannetta LIEBMANN in Eppelsheim.

I really only need to have the handwritten portions
translated, but if you feel industrious, I would be
very grateful. I should be able to figure out the
typed portions without two much trouble. If that is
still too much to ask, I hope someone could at least
help me with the 10 words written in the left margin
of Johannetta LIEBMANN's death record. Thank you.

Steve Hahn Philadephia, Pa. steve@...


German SIG #Germany German Translation of 2 Death Records VIEW MATE #germany

Steve Hahn <steve@...>
 

I need to have translated >from German to English the
following two death records recently uploaded to
ViewMate.

VM10414 - Death record of Johannes HAHN in Eppelsheim (north of Worms, Germany).
VM10415 - Death record of his wife Johannetta LIEBMANN in Eppelsheim.

I really only need to have the handwritten portions
translated, but if you feel industrious, I would be
very grateful. I should be able to figure out the
typed portions without two much trouble. If that is
still too much to ask, I hope someone could at least
help me with the 10 words written in the left margin
of Johannetta LIEBMANN's death record. Thank you.

Steve Hahn Philadephia, Pa. steve@...


researching descendents of Michel Machel LEVI #germany

Helen Levy <CarlHelen@...>
 

Hello GerSig,
I am now researching additional descendents of my gggrandparents.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of my
grandparents, Carl and Friedel LEVI, ggrandparents, David and
Mathilde LEVI, and ggggrandparents, Michel Machel and Auguste
Gendelindele LEVI.

Now I hope to find out about some of their descendents.

ADLER - the fate of the family of Franz ADLER all born in
Frankfurt. Else KUTTNER b. 1886, Heinz b. 1908 and Elizabeth b. 1914
MAY - Conrad MAY b. Worms 1876 d. NJ 1965 and children Ezra, Grete,
and Auguste; Max MAY - Worms, b.1878 to Cincinnati d. 1948 and children
Trude and Lisa: Otto MAY b. Worms, b. 1880 Worms and children
Ernest MAY and Helena MAY

ROSENBERG - Seeking information on chldren of Richard, b. Koln, 1878
and d. 1936 Den Hagg. Children: Werner 1911, Rudi 1913, Heinz 1914,
Eva 1921 all born in Koln

Did these families survive the Holcaust?
HALLE - Frankfurt -1863
MAYER - Fruedental - 1853
OPPENHEIM - Frankfurt
SIMON - Fruedental, 1910

Helen Levi Levy Kenilworth, Illinois <Carlhelen@...>


German SIG #Germany researching descendents of Michel Machel LEVI #germany

Helen Levy <CarlHelen@...>
 

Hello GerSig,
I am now researching additional descendents of my gggrandparents.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of my
grandparents, Carl and Friedel LEVI, ggrandparents, David and
Mathilde LEVI, and ggggrandparents, Michel Machel and Auguste
Gendelindele LEVI.

Now I hope to find out about some of their descendents.

ADLER - the fate of the family of Franz ADLER all born in
Frankfurt. Else KUTTNER b. 1886, Heinz b. 1908 and Elizabeth b. 1914
MAY - Conrad MAY b. Worms 1876 d. NJ 1965 and children Ezra, Grete,
and Auguste; Max MAY - Worms, b.1878 to Cincinnati d. 1948 and children
Trude and Lisa: Otto MAY b. Worms, b. 1880 Worms and children
Ernest MAY and Helena MAY

ROSENBERG - Seeking information on chldren of Richard, b. Koln, 1878
and d. 1936 Den Hagg. Children: Werner 1911, Rudi 1913, Heinz 1914,
Eva 1921 all born in Koln

Did these families survive the Holcaust?
HALLE - Frankfurt -1863
MAYER - Fruedental - 1853
OPPENHEIM - Frankfurt
SIMON - Fruedental, 1910

Helen Levi Levy Kenilworth, Illinois <Carlhelen@...>


Seek Rebekka aka Anna SCHAPIRO, b. in Mainz on Oct. 8, 1909 #germany

Reinhard Frenzel <reinhardfrenzel@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,
Rebekka SCHAPIRO, also called Anna SCHAPIRO, was born in Mainz on Oct. 8,1909.
Her father was Joseph SCHAPIRO, a Mainz merchant. ( I have not got his
wife´s name.)

Her sister was Feodora / Dora ZIEGELLAUB, née SCHAPIRO ( b. Igstadt near
Wiesbaden, 1908 ), who got married to Friedrich / later: Fred / ZIEGELLAUB,
originally >from Worms. These two were able to get out of Germany and take up
residence in the USA. After the war, Fred was ( for a time ) Director of the
AJDC in Frankfurt / Main.

I should highly appreciate learning more about Rebekka SCHAPIRO. Any
additional information relating to her family would be most welcome.

Reinhard Frenzel< Mainz, JGID 103668 <reinhardfrenzel@...>


German SIG #Germany Seek Rebekka aka Anna SCHAPIRO, b. in Mainz on Oct. 8, 1909 #germany

Reinhard Frenzel <reinhardfrenzel@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,
Rebekka SCHAPIRO, also called Anna SCHAPIRO, was born in Mainz on Oct. 8,1909.
Her father was Joseph SCHAPIRO, a Mainz merchant. ( I have not got his
wife´s name.)

Her sister was Feodora / Dora ZIEGELLAUB, née SCHAPIRO ( b. Igstadt near
Wiesbaden, 1908 ), who got married to Friedrich / later: Fred / ZIEGELLAUB,
originally >from Worms. These two were able to get out of Germany and take up
residence in the USA. After the war, Fred was ( for a time ) Director of the
AJDC in Frankfurt / Main.

I should highly appreciate learning more about Rebekka SCHAPIRO. Any
additional information relating to her family would be most welcome.

Reinhard Frenzel< Mainz, JGID 103668 <reinhardfrenzel@...>


JCDP Update 22-Aug-2007 (Cemetery photos) SITE CITE #germany

Norbert Heyeckhaus <webmaster@...>
 

Dear all,
I have some new cemeteries in the JCDP Database , the JCDP Database contains
now 18173 records.
Last update :
1. 61350 Bad Homburg v.d.H with around 300 graves

More info here:
http://www.alemannia-judaica.de/wiesbaden_taunuskreise_friedhoefe.htm#Bad%2=
0Homburg%20v.d.
%20H%F6he

The JCDP (Jewish Cemetery Database Projekt) is a free database of Jewish
cemeteries in Germany . On the login-page now you will find a handbook with
useful instructions.

Register and using is free of charge ! Website: <www.jcdp.de>
All the best,

Norbert Heyeckhaus, 65624 Altendiez, Germany <webmaster@...>


German SIG #Germany JCDP Update 22-Aug-2007 (Cemetery photos) SITE CITE #germany

Norbert Heyeckhaus <webmaster@...>
 

Dear all,
I have some new cemeteries in the JCDP Database , the JCDP Database contains
now 18173 records.
Last update :
1. 61350 Bad Homburg v.d.H with around 300 graves

More info here:
http://www.alemannia-judaica.de/wiesbaden_taunuskreise_friedhoefe.htm#Bad%2=
0Homburg%20v.d.
%20H%F6he

The JCDP (Jewish Cemetery Database Projekt) is a free database of Jewish
cemeteries in Germany . On the login-page now you will find a handbook with
useful instructions.

Register and using is free of charge ! Website: <www.jcdp.de>
All the best,

Norbert Heyeckhaus, 65624 Altendiez, Germany <webmaster@...>


Identify hats, shoes, wear and age of the kid #general

j.furba@...
 

Dear All,
Please identify the nationality of the hats, shoes and suits of the people. They
are obviously staging a scene >from the life of the Greek philosopher Diogenes (the
man in the center), who according to the legend, was looking for a [honest] man, as
written on the lantern, and was usually sitting in a tub (seen behind the man).
[look the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy www.iep.utm.edu or
http://philosophers.endless-greece.com/diogenes.php] Please tell, as far as
possible, the age of the kid. The man on the left and the child (born December
1897) are Jews, the others are unknown. The photo might have been taken in the
early 1900s, in the North Caucasus (Armavir, Vladikavkaz), Ukraine (Mariupol),
Moldova (Tiraspol), or Russia (Yeisk, on the Azov See.)Please send responses
directly to me. The ViewMate address is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html VM10381
or directly http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/index.asp
J. FURBA, Germany

Moderator Note: The direct link to the photo is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10381


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Identify hats, shoes, wear and age of the kid #general

j.furba@...
 

Dear All,
Please identify the nationality of the hats, shoes and suits of the people. They
are obviously staging a scene >from the life of the Greek philosopher Diogenes (the
man in the center), who according to the legend, was looking for a [honest] man, as
written on the lantern, and was usually sitting in a tub (seen behind the man).
[look the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy www.iep.utm.edu or
http://philosophers.endless-greece.com/diogenes.php] Please tell, as far as
possible, the age of the kid. The man on the left and the child (born December
1897) are Jews, the others are unknown. The photo might have been taken in the
early 1900s, in the North Caucasus (Armavir, Vladikavkaz), Ukraine (Mariupol),
Moldova (Tiraspol), or Russia (Yeisk, on the Azov See.)Please send responses
directly to me. The ViewMate address is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html VM10381
or directly http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/index.asp
J. FURBA, Germany

Moderator Note: The direct link to the photo is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10381


Re: Synagogues in NYC early 1900's #general

Susan&David
 

A state-by-state list of Synagogues appears in the American Jewish Yearbook for
1899-1900. <http://ajcarchives.org/main.php?GroupingId=40>
Click on:
Vol 1-20 1899-1919 Vol 1 (1899-1900) Directory of Local Organizations.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

rsolit@... wrote:

Is there a list of synagogues that existed in NYC at the beginning of the 1900's?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Synagogues in NYC early 1900's #general

Susan&David
 

A state-by-state list of Synagogues appears in the American Jewish Yearbook for
1899-1900. <http://ajcarchives.org/main.php?GroupingId=40>
Click on:
Vol 1-20 1899-1919 Vol 1 (1899-1900) Directory of Local Organizations.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

rsolit@... wrote:

Is there a list of synagogues that existed in NYC at the beginning of the 1900's?


seeking ABERSZTAJN - BUCHALTER #general

Richard J. Astor <richardastor@...>
 

Dear fellow Genners: I am looking for the family of my aunt Estera ABERSZTAJN
b. 25.09.1907 Lodz; m. 1935 Lodz Lajzer BUCHALTER b. abt. 1913, PR Lysobyki. They
had two children Hinda Buchalter b. 01.04.1936 Lodz,Piotrkowska 9, and Chaja Lea
Buchalter b. 24.09.137 Lodz, Kilinskiego 21.
Any information would be most gratefully received. Many thanks.

Richard J. Astor
richardastor@...
Seeking, in Poland and elsewhere: Abersztajn, Aberstein, Buchman, Desperak,
Dluzniewski, Dluzniewska, Flaum, Ertel, Heiman / Hajman, Jakubowicz, Jedwab,
Kempner, Kibel, Kufelnicka, Lewinski, Litman, Pieczatka / Pieczontka,
Rogozinski, Rozenblat, Spiewak, Szerkowski, Szwarc, Warmbad, Akerman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen seeking ABERSZTAJN - BUCHALTER #general

Richard J. Astor <richardastor@...>
 

Dear fellow Genners: I am looking for the family of my aunt Estera ABERSZTAJN
b. 25.09.1907 Lodz; m. 1935 Lodz Lajzer BUCHALTER b. abt. 1913, PR Lysobyki. They
had two children Hinda Buchalter b. 01.04.1936 Lodz,Piotrkowska 9, and Chaja Lea
Buchalter b. 24.09.137 Lodz, Kilinskiego 21.
Any information would be most gratefully received. Many thanks.

Richard J. Astor
richardastor@...
Seeking, in Poland and elsewhere: Abersztajn, Aberstein, Buchman, Desperak,
Dluzniewski, Dluzniewska, Flaum, Ertel, Heiman / Hajman, Jakubowicz, Jedwab,
Kempner, Kibel, Kufelnicka, Lewinski, Litman, Pieczatka / Pieczontka,
Rogozinski, Rozenblat, Spiewak, Szerkowski, Szwarc, Warmbad, Akerman


Searching :DUBOWY/DEMBOWSKI from Manajow #general

suehillman <suehillman363@...>
 

Does anyone know anything about DUBOWY >from Manajow? I think that my maternal
grandmother Sarah DEMBOWSKI was probably Sarah DUBOWY (b. 1879) who came to
England in with her brothers Simon (b.1877), and David (b. 1884). Their father
was Jankiel DUBOWY >from Manajow and their mother was Rifke KLEINSTEIN >from Zalozce.
Sarah married Maurtiz ZOLKWER in Manchester in 1902 and Simon married Fanny
BRICKMAN in Manchester in 1900.

Sue Hillman
Glasgow Scotland

Searching : DUBOWY/DEMBOWSKI (Manajow)
KLEINSTEIN (Zalozce)
ZOLKWER (Dmytrov, Radziechow)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching :DUBOWY/DEMBOWSKI from Manajow #general

suehillman <suehillman363@...>
 

Does anyone know anything about DUBOWY >from Manajow? I think that my maternal
grandmother Sarah DEMBOWSKI was probably Sarah DUBOWY (b. 1879) who came to
England in with her brothers Simon (b.1877), and David (b. 1884). Their father
was Jankiel DUBOWY >from Manajow and their mother was Rifke KLEINSTEIN >from Zalozce.
Sarah married Maurtiz ZOLKWER in Manchester in 1902 and Simon married Fanny
BRICKMAN in Manchester in 1900.

Sue Hillman
Glasgow Scotland

Searching : DUBOWY/DEMBOWSKI (Manajow)
KLEINSTEIN (Zalozce)
ZOLKWER (Dmytrov, Radziechow)


need help in contacting someone in Caufield Victoria Australia #general

Manuela Wyler <m.wyler@...>
 

Dear Genners,
I have located someone in Caufield who let a POT seven years ago about someone I
research the fate for my project on Austrian Jewish refugees. I have found out that
the address is still good as there's a telephone number with the same name still
active. I wondered if someone closer than me ( I am in France) could contact this
person by phone on my behalf? If so please contact me privately in order for me to
give you the details.
Thanks in advance to all
Manuela Wyler, Lyon, France


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen need help in contacting someone in Caufield Victoria Australia #general

Manuela Wyler <m.wyler@...>
 

Dear Genners,
I have located someone in Caufield who let a POT seven years ago about someone I
research the fate for my project on Austrian Jewish refugees. I have found out that
the address is still good as there's a telephone number with the same name still
active. I wondered if someone closer than me ( I am in France) could contact this
person by phone on my behalf? If so please contact me privately in order for me to
give you the details.
Thanks in advance to all
Manuela Wyler, Lyon, France


Re: Irish DNA connections to Eastern Europe #general

hennynow
 

Hey, Guys and Gals,

Does it take a philologist like myself to point out that the words "dzhindzi" or
"g'ingi" are the phonetic pronunciations of "GINGER," the English word often used
to describe a shade of RED.

Lots of redheads in my family, both the paternal Suchowola (Poland) and maternal
Rietavas (Lithuania) branches. Our English cousins often called us "Ginger."

Henny

Henriette Moed Roth
Los Angeles, California
hennynow@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Irish DNA connections to Eastern Europe #general

hennynow
 

Hey, Guys and Gals,

Does it take a philologist like myself to point out that the words "dzhindzi" or
"g'ingi" are the phonetic pronunciations of "GINGER," the English word often used
to describe a shade of RED.

Lots of redheads in my family, both the paternal Suchowola (Poland) and maternal
Rietavas (Lithuania) branches. Our English cousins often called us "Ginger."

Henny

Henriette Moed Roth
Los Angeles, California
hennynow@...