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SEGAL Natan Nata fm. Hungary #general

Vivian Kahn
 

After sending the message below, I did some research and learned
that SEGAL is an abbreviation for Segan Leviyyah (S"GL). I would
appreciate a translation of this term. My father was a Levite as
were his father, paternal grandfather, and great-grandfather.
(Coincidentally, my father's maternal grandfather was also a Levite.)

>> The gravestone of my great-great-grandfather Avigdor Avraham NEUMAN
identifies his father as Natan Nata SEGAL. II seem to recall reading
that SEGAL is an abbreviation and not necessarily a surname. Can
someone provide more info or a reference on this point? Natan Nata
was probably born in the late 18th or very early 19th century in
Hungary or Galicia.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SEGAL Natan Nata fm. Hungary #general

Vivian Kahn
 

After sending the message below, I did some research and learned
that SEGAL is an abbreviation for Segan Leviyyah (S"GL). I would
appreciate a translation of this term. My father was a Levite as
were his father, paternal grandfather, and great-grandfather.
(Coincidentally, my father's maternal grandfather was also a Levite.)

>> The gravestone of my great-great-grandfather Avigdor Avraham NEUMAN
identifies his father as Natan Nata SEGAL. II seem to recall reading
that SEGAL is an abbreviation and not necessarily a surname. Can
someone provide more info or a reference on this point? Natan Nata
was probably born in the late 18th or very early 19th century in
Hungary or Galicia.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA


History of B'nai B'rith in Columbus, Ohio; Sunday, April 2 at the Leo Yasenoff JCC #general

Carol Shkolnik <carols86000@...>
 

The Genealogy Group of the Columbus Jewish Historical Society (CJHS) is
presenting a program on Sunday April 2 at 2 PM at the Leo Yasenoff JCC, 1125
College Ave., Columbus, OH. The program will include a panel of three former
presidents of B'nai B'rith chapters in Columbus.

For more information, contact the CJHS office at 614-238-6977 or e-mail
Carol Shkolnik at carols86000@wowway.com

Carol Shkolnik, Program Chair
Genealogy Group of the Columbus Jewish Historical Society


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen History of B'nai B'rith in Columbus, Ohio; Sunday, April 2 at the Leo Yasenoff JCC #general

Carol Shkolnik <carols86000@...>
 

The Genealogy Group of the Columbus Jewish Historical Society (CJHS) is
presenting a program on Sunday April 2 at 2 PM at the Leo Yasenoff JCC, 1125
College Ave., Columbus, OH. The program will include a panel of three former
presidents of B'nai B'rith chapters in Columbus.

For more information, contact the CJHS office at 614-238-6977 or e-mail
Carol Shkolnik at carols86000@wowway.com

Carol Shkolnik, Program Chair
Genealogy Group of the Columbus Jewish Historical Society


ROSENBAUM-SCHECHTER of Skalat/ Starokonstantine/ Ostrah #rabbinic

ben-ari <yrcdi@...>
 

I've fielded this before but I'll try again:

I am trying to find any (additional) information regarding an
ancestor by the name of Yisrael (ROSENBAUM) whose child (not my
ancestor) was married into the families of the Rabbinical Chassidic
dynasties of Karlin/Lechowitz etc. His father (or father-in-law)
was Yoseph, a (the?) Rabbi of a place called Breznitz, (not sure how
to identify this town).

This Yisrael was a descendant of the "Smichat Chachamim" Rabbbi
Naftali Katz who was a descendant of the MaHaRaL and the MaHaRSHaL.
He was also a follower of Reb. Yehoshua HESCHEL of Apta in Ostrah.

We have him or his sons living at various times in Skalat and
StaroKonstantine. According to our records, Israel immigrated to
Palestine in the mid 19th cent. and lived and probably died in
Tveria (theres a version that states Tzfat).

Between Yisrael and up to the MaHaRaL and the MaHaRSHaL also appear
in the family tree of the PAPIRNE family, a Karlin chossid, who
lived in Mea Shearim, Jerusalem. His grandfather, the Rabbi of
Kremenetz during the 18th cent. also appears in various
geneaological sources (Rosenstein, Wunder). But this Yisrael is not
listed.

I've been contacted by various descendants of the Maharal and Reb.
Naftali Katz trying to make a connection between our families, but
have not come up with any connections yet. I have also been
contacted by researchers who mention several Yisraels whose children
were married into the above chassidic dynasties but here to nothing
conclusive regarding "my" ancestor Yisrael (ROSENBAUM).

If anyone can shed some further light into my research I would
appreciate it.

BTW, Yisrael's son David seems to have changed his name to SCHECHTER
(his adopted profession) and his children emmigrated westward
towards Vienna and Hamburg. DAVID's son Yacov Gedalia SCHECHTER (my
greatgrandfather) immigrated to Jerusalem around the mid 19th cent.
either >from Skalat or Starokonstantine.

Thank you and Shabbat Shalom and a Happy and Kosher Pesach.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Efrat, Israel


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic ROSENBAUM-SCHECHTER of Skalat/ Starokonstantine/ Ostrah #rabbinic

ben-ari <yrcdi@...>
 

I've fielded this before but I'll try again:

I am trying to find any (additional) information regarding an
ancestor by the name of Yisrael (ROSENBAUM) whose child (not my
ancestor) was married into the families of the Rabbinical Chassidic
dynasties of Karlin/Lechowitz etc. His father (or father-in-law)
was Yoseph, a (the?) Rabbi of a place called Breznitz, (not sure how
to identify this town).

This Yisrael was a descendant of the "Smichat Chachamim" Rabbbi
Naftali Katz who was a descendant of the MaHaRaL and the MaHaRSHaL.
He was also a follower of Reb. Yehoshua HESCHEL of Apta in Ostrah.

We have him or his sons living at various times in Skalat and
StaroKonstantine. According to our records, Israel immigrated to
Palestine in the mid 19th cent. and lived and probably died in
Tveria (theres a version that states Tzfat).

Between Yisrael and up to the MaHaRaL and the MaHaRSHaL also appear
in the family tree of the PAPIRNE family, a Karlin chossid, who
lived in Mea Shearim, Jerusalem. His grandfather, the Rabbi of
Kremenetz during the 18th cent. also appears in various
geneaological sources (Rosenstein, Wunder). But this Yisrael is not
listed.

I've been contacted by various descendants of the Maharal and Reb.
Naftali Katz trying to make a connection between our families, but
have not come up with any connections yet. I have also been
contacted by researchers who mention several Yisraels whose children
were married into the above chassidic dynasties but here to nothing
conclusive regarding "my" ancestor Yisrael (ROSENBAUM).

If anyone can shed some further light into my research I would
appreciate it.

BTW, Yisrael's son David seems to have changed his name to SCHECHTER
(his adopted profession) and his children emmigrated westward
towards Vienna and Hamburg. DAVID's son Yacov Gedalia SCHECHTER (my
greatgrandfather) immigrated to Jerusalem around the mid 19th cent.
either >from Skalat or Starokonstantine.

Thank you and Shabbat Shalom and a Happy and Kosher Pesach.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Efrat, Israel


"A Letter to the Stars" in Vienna; memorial service on May 5th 2006 #austria-czech

Ed Zwieback <ezwieback@...>
 

A project in Vienna to remember and honor the victims of the Austrian
National Socialism regime has been ongoing for several years. The project
is called "A Letter to the Stars". This year, the project memorial
service on May 5th 2006 will include many participants placing roses by
the houses in which the victims lived before their deportation and murder .

For more details, see http://www.lettertothestars.at

Regards,
Ed Zwieback
Long Beach, CA
with personal family at http://ezwieback.com/ZPK-p/index.htm


Census Kolodeje #austria-czech

Ludwig Marbach <lmarbach@...>
 

Dear all!

Does anybody have a census of Kolodeje? I am
interested in the years 1700 to 1900.

Regards,
Ludwig Marbach




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Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech "A Letter to the Stars" in Vienna; memorial service on May 5th 2006 #austria-czech

Ed Zwieback <ezwieback@...>
 

A project in Vienna to remember and honor the victims of the Austrian
National Socialism regime has been ongoing for several years. The project
is called "A Letter to the Stars". This year, the project memorial
service on May 5th 2006 will include many participants placing roses by
the houses in which the victims lived before their deportation and murder .

For more details, see http://www.lettertothestars.at

Regards,
Ed Zwieback
Long Beach, CA
with personal family at http://ezwieback.com/ZPK-p/index.htm


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Census Kolodeje #austria-czech

Ludwig Marbach <lmarbach@...>
 

Dear all!

Does anybody have a census of Kolodeje? I am
interested in the years 1700 to 1900.

Regards,
Ludwig Marbach




___________________________________________________________
Telefonate ohne weitere Kosten vom PC zum PC: http://messenger.yahoo.de


Re: ukraine digest: March 29, 2006 #ukraine

Chuck Weinstein <cmw521@...>
 

According to Where Once We Walked, Mayden Stary, Ukraine is 66km
NE of Lviv,the capital of Ukraine. I was unable to find a listing
for Rotchev.

Chuck Weinstein in Huntington Station, NY
cmw521@earthlink.net

Steven Lasky <steve725@optonline.net> wrote, in part:

There is a Yiddish Mayden Verein society, and the JGSNY
database says that the town is Starry Zakrevskiy Mayden in the
Ukraine. Is this true, and if so, is this the correct name,
i.e. is it the current name or the former name? What is the
current name of this town?
Also, there is a plot for the society called the Rotchever
Voliner Aid Association (Unt. Veriein). The monument says that
it is associated with the town of Rotchev in Voliner Gubernie.
I believe that this town is in the Ukraine, but am not sure.
If you can, please tell me what the name is today of this town
and if it is indeed part of the Ukraine.
Thanks so much.
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: ukraine digest: March 29, 2006 #ukraine

Chuck Weinstein <cmw521@...>
 

According to Where Once We Walked, Mayden Stary, Ukraine is 66km
NE of Lviv,the capital of Ukraine. I was unable to find a listing
for Rotchev.

Chuck Weinstein in Huntington Station, NY
cmw521@earthlink.net

Steven Lasky <steve725@optonline.net> wrote, in part:

There is a Yiddish Mayden Verein society, and the JGSNY
database says that the town is Starry Zakrevskiy Mayden in the
Ukraine. Is this true, and if so, is this the correct name,
i.e. is it the current name or the former name? What is the
current name of this town?
Also, there is a plot for the society called the Rotchever
Voliner Aid Association (Unt. Veriein). The monument says that
it is associated with the town of Rotchev in Voliner Gubernie.
I believe that this town is in the Ukraine, but am not sure.
If you can, please tell me what the name is today of this town
and if it is indeed part of the Ukraine.
Thanks so much.
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


I'm searching family Charag or Charak from Lutzk, Ukraine. #ukraine

Ana <ananuta@...>
 

Dear Genners:
I am searching family Charag/Charak >from Lutzk,
Ukraine. If any researcher work with this family I
ask him help me and contact me privatly.
Thanks in advance

Ana R.Nuta
ananuta@ciudad.com.ar
ananuta@yahoo.com
Buenos Aires
Argentina


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine I'm searching family Charag or Charak from Lutzk, Ukraine. #ukraine

Ana <ananuta@...>
 

Dear Genners:
I am searching family Charag/Charak >from Lutzk,
Ukraine. If any researcher work with this family I
ask him help me and contact me privatly.
Thanks in advance

Ana R.Nuta
ananuta@ciudad.com.ar
ananuta@yahoo.com
Buenos Aires
Argentina


London Research - Joshua Poland #general

harold lewin <har_mir@...>
 

Re. Nigel Warshaw's interest in Joshua POLAND. He was married on 5th
December 1819 at the Great Synagogue, London.
Harold Lewin - Jerusalem


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen London Research - Joshua Poland #general

harold lewin <har_mir@...>
 

Re. Nigel Warshaw's interest in Joshua POLAND. He was married on 5th
December 1819 at the Great Synagogue, London.
Harold Lewin - Jerusalem


Other Hungarian Census Records from 1795 through 1830 #hungary

Israel P
 

I just did a lookup of Rosenzweig in the All-Hungary database and had a
look at the thirty-eight records listed under "Other Hungarian Census
Records >from 1795 through 1830 ."

Some of those records are listed as 1850. Is this date wrong or is it
the "through 1830" in the title?

Israel Pickholtz


Re: Budapest Street Names #hungary

Robert O. Singer <singerro8@...>
 

The translation: Name: Lorber Izsak (Lorber is the family name. Occupation:
Jewish Believers Association Employee. District:3, Zichy Street 9. I am not
very sure that the
translation of Believers Association is quite correct. Hope this helps.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sam Lorber" <laurelrest@bellsouth.net>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 5:11 AM
Subject: Re: [h-sig] Budapest Street Names


What a great resource. I found what I believe to be my g-g uncle's address,
but not understanding Hungarian, I'm not sure where it is or what it means.
The entry is:

Nev: Lorber Izsak
Foglalkozas: izr. hitkozs. alk.
Kerulet: III.
Cim: Zichy-u. 9.

Would someone be kind enough to translate?

You can respond directly: laurelrest@bellsouth.net

Thanks in advance.

Sam Lorber

researching: LORBER - Budapest, Also Orlich (Nizny Orlik), Berzel (Bercel?)

From: Vivian Kahn <vkahn@kmort.com>
Reply-To: H-SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 00:02:16 -0800
To: H-SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: Re:[h-sig] Budapest Street Names

You can also find a searchable 1900 Budapest Directory on-line at:
http://www.bparchiv.hu/cgi-bin/lakas/lakas.pl
Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA
<snip>


Hungary SIG #Hungary Other Hungarian Census Records from 1795 through 1830 #hungary

Israel P
 

I just did a lookup of Rosenzweig in the All-Hungary database and had a
look at the thirty-eight records listed under "Other Hungarian Census
Records >from 1795 through 1830 ."

Some of those records are listed as 1850. Is this date wrong or is it
the "through 1830" in the title?

Israel Pickholtz


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Budapest Street Names #hungary

Robert O. Singer <singerro8@...>
 

The translation: Name: Lorber Izsak (Lorber is the family name. Occupation:
Jewish Believers Association Employee. District:3, Zichy Street 9. I am not
very sure that the
translation of Believers Association is quite correct. Hope this helps.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sam Lorber" <laurelrest@bellsouth.net>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 5:11 AM
Subject: Re: [h-sig] Budapest Street Names


What a great resource. I found what I believe to be my g-g uncle's address,
but not understanding Hungarian, I'm not sure where it is or what it means.
The entry is:

Nev: Lorber Izsak
Foglalkozas: izr. hitkozs. alk.
Kerulet: III.
Cim: Zichy-u. 9.

Would someone be kind enough to translate?

You can respond directly: laurelrest@bellsouth.net

Thanks in advance.

Sam Lorber

researching: LORBER - Budapest, Also Orlich (Nizny Orlik), Berzel (Bercel?)

From: Vivian Kahn <vkahn@kmort.com>
Reply-To: H-SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 00:02:16 -0800
To: H-SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: Re:[h-sig] Budapest Street Names

You can also find a searchable 1900 Budapest Directory on-line at:
http://www.bparchiv.hu/cgi-bin/lakas/lakas.pl
Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA
<snip>