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Romania SIG #Romania Bessarabia Vital Records Database #romania

Bob Wascou <robertw252@...>
 

JewishGen and ROM-SIG are pleased to announce an
update to the database "Bessarabia Vital Records".
This database includes the old "Kishinev Vital
Records" database. This database is a component of
both the Romanian and Ukraine databases and can be
found at <http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Romania/>
or <http://www.hewishgen.org/databases/Ukraine/>.

The database contains over 53,800 birth records, over
14,200 marriage or divorce records and over 26,300
death records >from Kishinev and Kaushany Moldova for a
total of over 94,000 records. Kishinev and Kaushany
were formerly in the Bessarabia gubernia of the
Russian Empire. These records were filmed by the
Genealogical Society of Utah and provided to JewishGen
for transliteration. The original records are located
in the NationalArchives of the Republic of Moldova in
Kishinev (Chisinau).

When completed the Bessarabia Vital Records Database
will contain birth, marriage, divorce and death
records >from 1829 to 1915 but will not contain all
years. Many records remain to be transliterated. Work
to transliterate these records is ongoing. The
database will eventually contain records >from Beltsy,
Bendery, Izmail, Kaushany and Kishinev.

In order to complete the transliteration of these
records we need dedicated volunteers who are able and
willing to help transliterate the Cyrillic, Hebrew or
Yiddish script. We are looking for people who are able
to decipher difficult handwriting and can donate a few
hours a week. If you are interested in volunteering,
contact Bob Wascou at <robertw252@...>.

Detailed information about the Bessarabia Vital
Records database can be found at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Romania/KishinevVRs.htm>.


Bob Wascou
ROM-SIG Resource Coordinator


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen PLATNER family - Lochow - Poland. #general

Nigel Wilson <wilsonettes@...>
 

PLATNER family >from Lochow - Poland.

Moshe PLATNER born abt. 1810 (wife's name unknown) had several children,
only one known is Yossel PLATNER who married Ester and possibly a second
time to a Necha.

Yossel and Ester had 6 children born between the late 1880's and 1917.

Yaakov, Pinkas, Benjamin, Chaya, Ruchtshe and Roza.

Searching for the following -

Descendants of Yaakov (lived in Wlozlav).- had 2 daughters one named Fela,
other unknown.

Descendants of Benjamin (lived in Vilna) had a business for agriculture
machinery on Savalna Street, called Gordon & Platner. 4 children - 2
daughters names unknown, son Yulek well known sportsman and another blind
son who was a talented cello player.

Descendants of Ruchtshe (lived in Warsaw) who married a Mr. Hochman. 2 sons
Yidel and Sanjek.

Have found the descendants of Chaya and Roza but they have no knowledge on
the information given above.

If you can assist in any way please contact me.

Thank you.

Patricia Wilson (Israel)


Rovna or Rivne ?other names #general

stephen field
 

I am looking for other names that originally was the
name of Rovna or Rivne in Russia Ukraine.
I tried to find it on the Jewishgen Web, but could
not
Please send it to my E mail address at:
Stephen Field
stemarfie@...


PLATNER family - Lochow - Poland. #general

Nigel Wilson <wilsonettes@...>
 

PLATNER family >from Lochow - Poland.

Moshe PLATNER born abt. 1810 (wife's name unknown) had several children,
only one known is Yossel PLATNER who married Ester and possibly a second
time to a Necha.

Yossel and Ester had 6 children born between the late 1880's and 1917.

Yaakov, Pinkas, Benjamin, Chaya, Ruchtshe and Roza.

Searching for the following -

Descendants of Yaakov (lived in Wlozlav).- had 2 daughters one named Fela,
other unknown.

Descendants of Benjamin (lived in Vilna) had a business for agriculture
machinery on Savalna Street, called Gordon & Platner. 4 children - 2
daughters names unknown, son Yulek well known sportsman and another blind
son who was a talented cello player.

Descendants of Ruchtshe (lived in Warsaw) who married a Mr. Hochman. 2 sons
Yidel and Sanjek.

Have found the descendants of Chaya and Roza but they have no knowledge on
the information given above.

If you can assist in any way please contact me.

Thank you.

Patricia Wilson (Israel)


Bessarabia Vital Records Database #romania

Bob Wascou <robertw252@...>
 

JewishGen and ROM-SIG are pleased to announce an
update to the database "Bessarabia Vital Records".
This database includes the old "Kishinev Vital
Records" database. This database is a component of
both the Romanian and Ukraine databases and can be
found at <http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Romania/>
or <http://www.hewishgen.org/databases/Ukraine/>.

The database contains over 53,800 birth records, over
14,200 marriage or divorce records and over 26,300
death records >from Kishinev and Kaushany Moldova for a
total of over 94,000 records. Kishinev and Kaushany
were formerly in the Bessarabia gubernia of the
Russian Empire. These records were filmed by the
Genealogical Society of Utah and provided to JewishGen
for transliteration. The original records are located
in the NationalArchives of the Republic of Moldova in
Kishinev (Chisinau).

When completed the Bessarabia Vital Records Database
will contain birth, marriage, divorce and death
records >from 1829 to 1915 but will not contain all
years. Many records remain to be transliterated. Work
to transliterate these records is ongoing. The
database will eventually contain records >from Beltsy,
Bendery, Izmail, Kaushany and Kishinev.

In order to complete the transliteration of these
records we need dedicated volunteers who are able and
willing to help transliterate the Cyrillic, Hebrew or
Yiddish script. We are looking for people who are able
to decipher difficult handwriting and can donate a few
hours a week. If you are interested in volunteering,
contact Bob Wascou at <robertw252@...>.

Detailed information about the Bessarabia Vital
Records database can be found at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Romania/KishinevVRs.htm>.


Bob Wascou
ROM-SIG Resource Coordinator


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rovna or Rivne ?other names #general

stephen field
 

I am looking for other names that originally was the
name of Rovna or Rivne in Russia Ukraine.
I tried to find it on the Jewishgen Web, but could
not
Please send it to my E mail address at:
Stephen Field
stemarfie@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen LINDAUER in New Mexico #general

Barbara Zimmer <bravo.zulu@...>
 

There were at least two LINDAUERs who ended up in New Mexico: Samuel
and Sigmund. (A third possiblity shows up in the 1920 census: Albert
in Mimbres NM)

In the 1880 US census S. LINDAUER, age 28, >from Baden is living in
Georgetown (Grant County) New Mexico and states that he was born in
Baden, his father was born in Wirtemberg and his mother was born in
Baden. He is working in "general merchandise" [Note that this could
very well be Sigmund and not Samuel].

In the 1900 census Samuel LINDAUER is in Silver City (Grant County)
NM where he states that he was born April 1865 in Germany, and that
he came to the US in 1881

The 1900 census is mis-transcribed but Sigmund (Ligmund) age 48 is
shown with his family in Deming (Luna County): (second? ) wife
Helene, age 27 to whom his has been married for 6 years, and his
children: Samson age 12, Lillian 10, Herman 5 and Martha 4. Sigmund
says he came to the US in 1869.

By 1910 Samuel Lindauer is still in Silver City, and Sigmund LIndauer
is in Deming with his teenage children: son Herman and daughter
Martha. Sigmund is divorced

Siegmund arrived in NY 14 Aug 1869 >from Bremen and Samuel arrived
19 Dec 1881.

Barbarra Zimmer
Virginia

< [>from 1901] Our energetic citizen, S. LINDAUER, has been remodeling
and improving his
handsome residence lately. Mr. LINDAUER is preparing for the arrival of Mrs.
LINDAUER and children who will sail >from Brement [sic], Germany this week..

But here is the proof in a family tree: Sigmund LINDAUER - was born on 23 Dec
1851 in Baden, Germany. He died on 17 Mar 1935 in Deming, NM, USA. ......
http://tinyurl.com/yl59k8

Celia Male [U.K.]>


LINDAUER in New Mexico #general

Barbara Zimmer <bravo.zulu@...>
 

There were at least two LINDAUERs who ended up in New Mexico: Samuel
and Sigmund. (A third possiblity shows up in the 1920 census: Albert
in Mimbres NM)

In the 1880 US census S. LINDAUER, age 28, >from Baden is living in
Georgetown (Grant County) New Mexico and states that he was born in
Baden, his father was born in Wirtemberg and his mother was born in
Baden. He is working in "general merchandise" [Note that this could
very well be Sigmund and not Samuel].

In the 1900 census Samuel LINDAUER is in Silver City (Grant County)
NM where he states that he was born April 1865 in Germany, and that
he came to the US in 1881

The 1900 census is mis-transcribed but Sigmund (Ligmund) age 48 is
shown with his family in Deming (Luna County): (second? ) wife
Helene, age 27 to whom his has been married for 6 years, and his
children: Samson age 12, Lillian 10, Herman 5 and Martha 4. Sigmund
says he came to the US in 1869.

By 1910 Samuel Lindauer is still in Silver City, and Sigmund LIndauer
is in Deming with his teenage children: son Herman and daughter
Martha. Sigmund is divorced

Siegmund arrived in NY 14 Aug 1869 >from Bremen and Samuel arrived
19 Dec 1881.

Barbarra Zimmer
Virginia

< [>from 1901] Our energetic citizen, S. LINDAUER, has been remodeling
and improving his
handsome residence lately. Mr. LINDAUER is preparing for the arrival of Mrs.
LINDAUER and children who will sail >from Brement [sic], Germany this week..

But here is the proof in a family tree: Sigmund LINDAUER - was born on 23 Dec
1851 in Baden, Germany. He died on 17 Mar 1935 in Deming, NM, USA. ......
http://tinyurl.com/yl59k8

Celia Male [U.K.]>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Medieval Prague > LINDAUER from Menzigen, Germany & Deming, New Mexico #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

This is now a three-part posting: a. Origin of various LINDAUER families;
b. Origin of the Sigmund LINDAUER family of Deming; part c - a surprise.

Yesterday I wrote: <Where did the Deming, New Mexico family come from? US
Censuses should reveal more. ...... This was not an Austria-Czech family.>

Well >from part b we now know they came >from Menzingen, Baden-Wurttemberg,
Germany: http://www.kaminsky.nl/genea/i958.html

but Jewish genealogy is endlessly fascinating and I now have to eat my above
words re not being an Austria-Czech family! I carefully followed the paternal
family tree of Sigmund LINDAUER back on this family tree
<http://tinyurl.com/yl59k8> and you will find medieval forbears in Prague!
Fascinating - many early roads lead to Bohemia and Moravia.

Celia Male [U.K.]


Medieval Prague > LINDAUER from Menzigen, Germany & Deming, New Mexico #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

This is now a three-part posting: a. Origin of various LINDAUER families;
b. Origin of the Sigmund LINDAUER family of Deming; part c - a surprise.

Yesterday I wrote: <Where did the Deming, New Mexico family come from? US
Censuses should reveal more. ...... This was not an Austria-Czech family.>

Well >from part b we now know they came >from Menzingen, Baden-Wurttemberg,
Germany: http://www.kaminsky.nl/genea/i958.html

but Jewish genealogy is endlessly fascinating and I now have to eat my above
words re not being an Austria-Czech family! I carefully followed the paternal
family tree of Sigmund LINDAUER back on this family tree
<http://tinyurl.com/yl59k8> and you will find medieval forbears in Prague!
Fascinating - many early roads lead to Bohemia and Moravia.

Celia Male [U.K.]


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Specialist Medical Services in Germany that were not available in the UK? (Correction) #general

Nick <tulse04-news1@...>
 

I omitted the link to "The key to the sanatoria" in the Journal of the
Royal Society of Medicine.

http://www.jrsm.org/cgi/content/full/94/8/413

--
Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany),
THALHEIMER (Mainbernheim, Germany), KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and
Kleinerdlingen,Germany), LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Russia/Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?)
(Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov, Russia/Belarus)


Re: Specialist Medical Services in Germany that were not available in the UK? (Correction) #general

Nick <tulse04-news1@...>
 

I omitted the link to "The key to the sanatoria" in the Journal of the
Royal Society of Medicine.

http://www.jrsm.org/cgi/content/full/94/8/413

--
Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany),
THALHEIMER (Mainbernheim, Germany), KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and
Kleinerdlingen,Germany), LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Russia/Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?)
(Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov, Russia/Belarus)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: Specialist Medical Services in Germany that were not available in the UK? #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Bea asks why her gt-grandfather Luis SHIEL travelled to Berlin for TB treatment
in the early 1900s. Well, I know the answer >from my ertswhile microbiology and
bacteriology studies: It is connected to the famous Dr Robert Heinrich KOCH
[1843-1910]:

see <http://www.answers.com/topic/robert-koch>
and <http://tinyurl.com/y7t86d>

..... In 1882 [KOCH] was able to isolate Mycobacterium tuberculosis.....
Thousands of tubercular patients rushed to Berlin for tuberculin treatment.
Those inoculated ... eventually died of miliary tuberculosis ..... He had hoped
to develop an effective vaccine >from this method. But rather than discovering
the cure for tuberculosis, KOCH actually had discovered the substance ... now
used to diagnosis the disease.

KOCH received the 1905 Nobel Prize for medicine for his work with tuberculosis.

Louis SHUEL's death certificate may be in Berlin. It will be too late to sue
for malpractice.

Celia Male [U.K.]

PS: I found Luis SHIEL as Louis SHUEL in the 1901 census of England, living in
Leeds, Yorks as coming >from Russia. I think he may have come >from Latvia.


Re: Specialist Medical Services in Germany that were not available in the UK? #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Bea asks why her gt-grandfather Luis SHIEL travelled to Berlin for TB treatment
in the early 1900s. Well, I know the answer >from my ertswhile microbiology and
bacteriology studies: It is connected to the famous Dr Robert Heinrich KOCH
[1843-1910]:

see <http://www.answers.com/topic/robert-koch>
and <http://tinyurl.com/y7t86d>

..... In 1882 [KOCH] was able to isolate Mycobacterium tuberculosis.....
Thousands of tubercular patients rushed to Berlin for tuberculin treatment.
Those inoculated ... eventually died of miliary tuberculosis ..... He had hoped
to develop an effective vaccine >from this method. But rather than discovering
the cure for tuberculosis, KOCH actually had discovered the substance ... now
used to diagnosis the disease.

KOCH received the 1905 Nobel Prize for medicine for his work with tuberculosis.

Louis SHUEL's death certificate may be in Berlin. It will be too late to sue
for malpractice.

Celia Male [U.K.]

PS: I found Luis SHIEL as Louis SHUEL in the 1901 census of England, living in
Leeds, Yorks as coming >from Russia. I think he may have come >from Latvia.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Bessarabia Vital Records Database #ukraine

Bob Wascou <robertw252@...>
 

JewishGen and ROM-SIG are pleased to announce an
update to the database "Bessarabia Vital Records".
This database includes the old "Kishinev Vital
Records" database. This database is a component of
both the Romanian and Ukraine databases and can be
found at <http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Romania/>
or <http://www.hewishgen.org/databases/Ukraine/>.

The database contains over 53,800 birth records, over
14,200 marriage or divorce records and over 26,300
death records >from Kishinev and Kaushany Moldova for a
total of over 94,000 records. Kishinev and Kaushany
were formerly in the Bessarabia gubernia of the
Russian Empire. These records were filmed by the
Genealogical Society of Utah and provided to JewishGen
for transliteration. The original records are located
in the National Archives of the Republic of Moldova in
Kishinev (Chisinau).

When completed the Bessarabia Vital Records Database
will contain birth, marriage, divorce and death
records >from 1829 to 1915 but will not contain all
years. Many records remain to be transliterated. Work
to transliterate these records is ongoing. The
database will eventually contain records >from Beltsy,
Bendery, Izmail, Kaushany and Kishinev.

In order to complete the transliteration of these
records we need dedicated volunteers who are able and
willing to help transliterate the Cyrillic, Hebrew or
Yiddish script. We are looking for people who are able
to decipher difficult handwriting and can donate a few
hours a week. If you are interested in volunteering,
contact Bob Wascou at <robertw252@...>.

Detailed information about the Bessarabia Vital
Records database can be found at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Romania/KishinevVRs.htm>.


Bob Wascou
ROM-SIG Resource Coordinator


Bessarabia Vital Records Database #ukraine

Bob Wascou <robertw252@...>
 

JewishGen and ROM-SIG are pleased to announce an
update to the database "Bessarabia Vital Records".
This database includes the old "Kishinev Vital
Records" database. This database is a component of
both the Romanian and Ukraine databases and can be
found at <http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Romania/>
or <http://www.hewishgen.org/databases/Ukraine/>.

The database contains over 53,800 birth records, over
14,200 marriage or divorce records and over 26,300
death records >from Kishinev and Kaushany Moldova for a
total of over 94,000 records. Kishinev and Kaushany
were formerly in the Bessarabia gubernia of the
Russian Empire. These records were filmed by the
Genealogical Society of Utah and provided to JewishGen
for transliteration. The original records are located
in the National Archives of the Republic of Moldova in
Kishinev (Chisinau).

When completed the Bessarabia Vital Records Database
will contain birth, marriage, divorce and death
records >from 1829 to 1915 but will not contain all
years. Many records remain to be transliterated. Work
to transliterate these records is ongoing. The
database will eventually contain records >from Beltsy,
Bendery, Izmail, Kaushany and Kishinev.

In order to complete the transliteration of these
records we need dedicated volunteers who are able and
willing to help transliterate the Cyrillic, Hebrew or
Yiddish script. We are looking for people who are able
to decipher difficult handwriting and can donate a few
hours a week. If you are interested in volunteering,
contact Bob Wascou at <robertw252@...>.

Detailed information about the Bessarabia Vital
Records database can be found at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Romania/KishinevVRs.htm>.


Bob Wascou
ROM-SIG Resource Coordinator


Re: Elsa NEUSTADT nee BRYK #austria-czech

Wolf-Erich Eckstein <w.eckstein@...>
 

Elsa BRYK (BRUECK) was born in Vienna 1872; in 1911 she married Sandor
(Alexander) NEUSTADT, widower of Irma nee FROESCHELS, father of Oscar 1894,
Egon 1898 and Hans 1904. He married Irma 1893 in Vienna, she died 1909 in
Vienna, see Central Cemetary, gate 1, 51-10-92, were she was buried with her
parents.
BTW, I saw Elsa's mother's thumbstone in Berlin, Cemetery Schoenhauser
Allee: Fani BRYK nee REIS, born 12.10.1849 in Vienna, died 09.04.1931 in
Berlin, our mother and grandmother

Wolf-Erich Eckstein
Vienna/AUSTRIA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Elsa NEUSTADT nee BRYK #austria-czech

Wolf-Erich Eckstein <w.eckstein@...>
 

Elsa BRYK (BRUECK) was born in Vienna 1872; in 1911 she married Sandor
(Alexander) NEUSTADT, widower of Irma nee FROESCHELS, father of Oscar 1894,
Egon 1898 and Hans 1904. He married Irma 1893 in Vienna, she died 1909 in
Vienna, see Central Cemetary, gate 1, 51-10-92, were she was buried with her
parents.
BTW, I saw Elsa's mother's thumbstone in Berlin, Cemetery Schoenhauser
Allee: Fani BRYK nee REIS, born 12.10.1849 in Vienna, died 09.04.1931 in
Berlin, our mother and grandmother

Wolf-Erich Eckstein
Vienna/AUSTRIA


Searching for relativs of the KANTOROVICH family from Slonim/Belorus #general

Robert Alexander Rene Dupuis <Rob.Dup.@...>
 

Shalom and L'Shana Tova for all readers and searchers of jewishgen,

I'm searching for my maternel relativs of the KANTOROVICH (KANTOROWITZ or
KANTOROWICZ) family origin >from Slonim/Belorus.
My late greatgreatgrandfather the railway official Jakob ben David (Davidovich)
KANTOROVICH was married 1860 in Riga/Latvia with Wilhelmine Henrietta Isaakovna,
nee KEILMANN (a child of the carrer Isaak Feibus KEILMANN and Jette, nee COHN).
Both settled in Vilnius and there three childresns were born:
1. Sophia Jakobovna KANTOROVICH in 1863, Alexandr Jakobovich KANTOROVICH in 1866
and my late greatgrandmother Eugenie Jakobovna KANTOROVICH (she was marred in
1885 in Riga/Latvia with her cousin Isidor Philipovich KEILMANN, BOth were killed
in Nov./Dec. 1941 into the GHetto of Riga).
Now I'm searching for the greatgrandchilds of my late greatgrandaunt Sophia
KANTOROVICH and of my late greatgranduncle Alexandr KANTOROVICH.
If you are realatet with my KANTOROVICH family, please conmtact me via email:
Rob.Dup.@....

Looking forward for your reply

--
Robert Dupuis
Berlin, Germany


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for relativs of the KANTOROVICH family from Slonim/Belorus #general

Robert Alexander Rene Dupuis <Rob.Dup.@...>
 

Shalom and L'Shana Tova for all readers and searchers of jewishgen,

I'm searching for my maternel relativs of the KANTOROVICH (KANTOROWITZ or
KANTOROWICZ) family origin >from Slonim/Belorus.
My late greatgreatgrandfather the railway official Jakob ben David (Davidovich)
KANTOROVICH was married 1860 in Riga/Latvia with Wilhelmine Henrietta Isaakovna,
nee KEILMANN (a child of the carrer Isaak Feibus KEILMANN and Jette, nee COHN).
Both settled in Vilnius and there three childresns were born:
1. Sophia Jakobovna KANTOROVICH in 1863, Alexandr Jakobovich KANTOROVICH in 1866
and my late greatgrandmother Eugenie Jakobovna KANTOROVICH (she was marred in
1885 in Riga/Latvia with her cousin Isidor Philipovich KEILMANN, BOth were killed
in Nov./Dec. 1941 into the GHetto of Riga).
Now I'm searching for the greatgrandchilds of my late greatgrandaunt Sophia
KANTOROVICH and of my late greatgranduncle Alexandr KANTOROVICH.
If you are realatet with my KANTOROVICH family, please conmtact me via email:
Rob.Dup.@....

Looking forward for your reply

--
Robert Dupuis
Berlin, Germany