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Naturalization Applications, early 1900's (BERELOWITZ) #southafrica

Judith Berlowitz <jberlowitz@...>
 

Dear SIGgers,
I recently received copies of Applications for
Naturalization, >from the National Archives of South
Africa, for individuals with the surname BERELOWITZ,
as part of my search for a mythical African relative
of my Ukrainian BERELOWITZ family. The applicants all
turned out to be >from Lithuania. If any of you are
interested, I would be happy to furnish copies of the
documents. Given names are Solomon, Joseph, Nathan,
Morris, Samuel, Cian, Israel, and Louis. Dates of the
applications are in the early 1900's, and most of the
people report living in Africa for a few years.
Judith Berlowitz
Berkeley,California


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Naturalization Applications, early 1900's (BERELOWITZ) #southafrica

Judith Berlowitz <jberlowitz@...>
 

Dear SIGgers,
I recently received copies of Applications for
Naturalization, >from the National Archives of South
Africa, for individuals with the surname BERELOWITZ,
as part of my search for a mythical African relative
of my Ukrainian BERELOWITZ family. The applicants all
turned out to be >from Lithuania. If any of you are
interested, I would be happy to furnish copies of the
documents. Given names are Solomon, Joseph, Nathan,
Morris, Samuel, Cian, Israel, and Louis. Dates of the
applications are in the early 1900's, and most of the
people report living in Africa for a few years.
Judith Berlowitz
Berkeley,California


My Identity: KRUGER - ATTWELL #general

Lionel Attwell <newheart@...>
 

Shalom Everyone, Baruch HaShem Adonai, hope you are all well and happy. I
am hoping that some of you might be abe to help. I am a South African
newspaperman man now living near London. Although raised as a gentile (my
father left home when I was three and my mother committed suicide when I was
young) I instinctively knew I was Jewish. So much so that on growing up I
kept Shabbat, studied Torah and kept all the festivals.) Now, while working
on my autobiography relating my experiences as a newspaperman, I began to
research my genetic inheritance and was thrilled to discover that I am in
fact Jewish, just one of the 10 lost tribes. My mother's name was Thelma
KRUGER and I learned that the Krugers were originally one of the lost 10
tribes who migrated to Russia, Lithuania and eventually Germany. As a
result of the pogrom many migrated to South Africa, many perished at the
brutal hands of the Nazis. Can anyone help me trace the origins of the
KRUGER tribe, the Hebrew spelling and meaning of their name and their
migratory routes, especially those ending up in South Africa? Also my
father's name was ATTWELL, and I was thrilled to learn that there are many
Attwells on the JewishGen database. Love to have more details about them.
If you can assist I would appreciate it and love to hear >from you soonest.

Kind regards, Lionel Attwell (known by my adopted Jewish name Ezekiel or
Yashe for short.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen My Identity: KRUGER - ATTWELL #general

Lionel Attwell <newheart@...>
 

Shalom Everyone, Baruch HaShem Adonai, hope you are all well and happy. I
am hoping that some of you might be abe to help. I am a South African
newspaperman man now living near London. Although raised as a gentile (my
father left home when I was three and my mother committed suicide when I was
young) I instinctively knew I was Jewish. So much so that on growing up I
kept Shabbat, studied Torah and kept all the festivals.) Now, while working
on my autobiography relating my experiences as a newspaperman, I began to
research my genetic inheritance and was thrilled to discover that I am in
fact Jewish, just one of the 10 lost tribes. My mother's name was Thelma
KRUGER and I learned that the Krugers were originally one of the lost 10
tribes who migrated to Russia, Lithuania and eventually Germany. As a
result of the pogrom many migrated to South Africa, many perished at the
brutal hands of the Nazis. Can anyone help me trace the origins of the
KRUGER tribe, the Hebrew spelling and meaning of their name and their
migratory routes, especially those ending up in South Africa? Also my
father's name was ATTWELL, and I was thrilled to learn that there are many
Attwells on the JewishGen database. Love to have more details about them.
If you can assist I would appreciate it and love to hear >from you soonest.

Kind regards, Lionel Attwell (known by my adopted Jewish name Ezekiel or
Yashe for short.


Re: Pun-yah Surname {in the UK and Australia} #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

The czar was called Fonya, perhaps a nickname for Ivan, a general term for
Russians.

Ida Selavan Schwarcz

-----Original Message-----
From: Celia Male [mailto:celiamale@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 7:00 PM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: Re: Pun-yah Surname {in the UK and Australia}

To continue with mysterious name which sounds like
PUN-YAH but which we now know comes >from Lithuania and
and Bialystok: Alex Sharon tells us that there are two
entries for PUNIA (exact spelling) in the Jri-Pl
database in Bialystok, Grodno Guberniya, 1870 and that
Punia is the name of two towns in Lithuania, located
some 50 miles WSW >from Vilna. Ruth Hyman zeroed in on
a town called Puni in the Troki district (common in
Tel'shi, Shavli, Riga, Zhitomir) and now we have even
heard >from the PUNYA family who have transformed into
Becker, because of a misundertanding on Ellis Island.
< snip >
Large tracts of Lithuania, North of the River Bug fell
into Prussian hands between 1795 and 1807, [New East
Prussia - Third Partition] so our British Lewis PUNIER
born in Prussia, may indeed be related to the
Lithuanian PUNYA tribe.< snip >

Celia Male [U.K.]>>>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Pun-yah Surname {in the UK and Australia} #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

The czar was called Fonya, perhaps a nickname for Ivan, a general term for
Russians.

Ida Selavan Schwarcz

-----Original Message-----
From: Celia Male [mailto:celiamale@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 31, 2005 7:00 PM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: Re: Pun-yah Surname {in the UK and Australia}

To continue with mysterious name which sounds like
PUN-YAH but which we now know comes >from Lithuania and
and Bialystok: Alex Sharon tells us that there are two
entries for PUNIA (exact spelling) in the Jri-Pl
database in Bialystok, Grodno Guberniya, 1870 and that
Punia is the name of two towns in Lithuania, located
some 50 miles WSW >from Vilna. Ruth Hyman zeroed in on
a town called Puni in the Troki district (common in
Tel'shi, Shavli, Riga, Zhitomir) and now we have even
heard >from the PUNYA family who have transformed into
Becker, because of a misundertanding on Ellis Island.
< snip >
Large tracts of Lithuania, North of the River Bug fell
into Prussian hands between 1795 and 1807, [New East
Prussia - Third Partition] so our British Lewis PUNIER
born in Prussia, may indeed be related to the
Lithuanian PUNYA tribe.< snip >

Celia Male [U.K.]>>>


For Sally Altschuler re: Berel CHISVEROVITZ #ukraine

Paul and Debbie Weiss <ancesthntr@...>
 

"Berel CHISVEROVITZ was said to be working in forests, but there is not
and wasn't either forests in that area. Therefor I think, that the
family came down >from north, when Tsar Alexander the first gave
financial support and freedom of military service to jewish families who
wanted to settle there.

If anyone can provide me with further information on this, I'd be happy,
especially about the match factory."

My paternal grandfather was born in Ekaterinaslav, and he indicated that his
ancestors were woodcutters. Upon researching the matter, and with
information >from his youngest brother (who came to the US as an 87-year-old
in 1994), I determined that the family originated in Liubavas, Lithuania
(Lubova in Yiddish), which is almost directly on the present-day
Lithuania/Poland border. My GF's paternal GF left Lithuania with his family
as a young boy in the 1840-1850 range, and settled in one of the Jewish
agricultural colonies near Ekaterinaslav (I still don't know which one, but
I hope to find out before long, if I can access the Ukrainian archives). It
seems that my GG GF's father was a woodcutter, and only wanted to be a
farmer. Well, my GG GF didn't share that dream (perhaps 10 or 15 years on
the farm convinced him of that), so he went to Ekat. as a young man. The
family was there >from the early 1860's until literally the last decade.

Oh, BTW, the most incredible moment of my genealogical career occured when I
was researching the family name - Vashevnikov. My GF had indicated that the
family was in woodcutting, and that his GF was >from "near Latvia, near the
Baltic Sea" [and stupid me never pursued it, and my GF died 28 years ago].
Anyhow, I was looking in Alexander Beider's book "An Encyclopedia of Jewish
Surnames in the Russian Empire" back in '95 and, for the first and only time
in my life, I actually saw the Vashevnikov name in a publication. It seems
that the name was most common in the 1905-06 period in Ekat. province, but
that the origin was "a timber driver on the River Viliya." Well, timber
drivers take the logs down river to a mill after cutting, and the River
Viliya courses through Liubavas on its way to Vilnius. Not that I ever
doubted him, but the family name confirms everything that my GF told me
about his (and my) origins. BTW, Beider himself referenced an article in a
Russian language Jewish encylopedia published near the beginning of the 20th
century. I was able to get a copy of the article, and having a 2nd cousin
who came >from Dnepropetrovsk/Ekat. only 9 years ago, a translation wasn't
hard to get.

I strongly recommend getting hold of Beider's book and looking up your
family name. You'll get lots of info about its origin and where it was most
common, and perhaps even a reference to an article in some old book or
encyclopedia with even more information.

Regarding your match factory, there are some directories of businesses in
Ekaterinaslav around the turn of the 20th century. There may be some
information available to you there.

Paul Weiss
San Antonio, Texas
ancesthntr@hotmail.com

Researching: MIGDAL, ROTSTEIN/ROTHSTEIN, TRACZ, PIORO - Kosow-Lacki,
Poland;
MIGDAL - Zareby Koscielne, Poland;
GITELMAN - Orla, Poland;
DOLINSKY, PAVELSKY/PAWELSKY - Bialystok, Poland area;
TZEMACH/CEMAJ - Augustov, Poland and Czarny Brod, Poland;
VASHEVNIKOV/VASHEVNIK/VISHEVNIK, BROVINSKY, LANBAUM - Dnepropetrovsk, Ukr.;
VASHEVNIKOV/VASHEVNIK - Liubavas, Lithuania;
BEJNUMOVICH/BENOWITZ, SCHNEIDER, SPOCH - Zhitomir, Ukr.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine For Sally Altschuler re: Berel CHISVEROVITZ #ukraine

Paul and Debbie Weiss <ancesthntr@...>
 

"Berel CHISVEROVITZ was said to be working in forests, but there is not
and wasn't either forests in that area. Therefor I think, that the
family came down >from north, when Tsar Alexander the first gave
financial support and freedom of military service to jewish families who
wanted to settle there.

If anyone can provide me with further information on this, I'd be happy,
especially about the match factory."

My paternal grandfather was born in Ekaterinaslav, and he indicated that his
ancestors were woodcutters. Upon researching the matter, and with
information >from his youngest brother (who came to the US as an 87-year-old
in 1994), I determined that the family originated in Liubavas, Lithuania
(Lubova in Yiddish), which is almost directly on the present-day
Lithuania/Poland border. My GF's paternal GF left Lithuania with his family
as a young boy in the 1840-1850 range, and settled in one of the Jewish
agricultural colonies near Ekaterinaslav (I still don't know which one, but
I hope to find out before long, if I can access the Ukrainian archives). It
seems that my GG GF's father was a woodcutter, and only wanted to be a
farmer. Well, my GG GF didn't share that dream (perhaps 10 or 15 years on
the farm convinced him of that), so he went to Ekat. as a young man. The
family was there >from the early 1860's until literally the last decade.

Oh, BTW, the most incredible moment of my genealogical career occured when I
was researching the family name - Vashevnikov. My GF had indicated that the
family was in woodcutting, and that his GF was >from "near Latvia, near the
Baltic Sea" [and stupid me never pursued it, and my GF died 28 years ago].
Anyhow, I was looking in Alexander Beider's book "An Encyclopedia of Jewish
Surnames in the Russian Empire" back in '95 and, for the first and only time
in my life, I actually saw the Vashevnikov name in a publication. It seems
that the name was most common in the 1905-06 period in Ekat. province, but
that the origin was "a timber driver on the River Viliya." Well, timber
drivers take the logs down river to a mill after cutting, and the River
Viliya courses through Liubavas on its way to Vilnius. Not that I ever
doubted him, but the family name confirms everything that my GF told me
about his (and my) origins. BTW, Beider himself referenced an article in a
Russian language Jewish encylopedia published near the beginning of the 20th
century. I was able to get a copy of the article, and having a 2nd cousin
who came >from Dnepropetrovsk/Ekat. only 9 years ago, a translation wasn't
hard to get.

I strongly recommend getting hold of Beider's book and looking up your
family name. You'll get lots of info about its origin and where it was most
common, and perhaps even a reference to an article in some old book or
encyclopedia with even more information.

Regarding your match factory, there are some directories of businesses in
Ekaterinaslav around the turn of the 20th century. There may be some
information available to you there.

Paul Weiss
San Antonio, Texas
ancesthntr@hotmail.com

Researching: MIGDAL, ROTSTEIN/ROTHSTEIN, TRACZ, PIORO - Kosow-Lacki,
Poland;
MIGDAL - Zareby Koscielne, Poland;
GITELMAN - Orla, Poland;
DOLINSKY, PAVELSKY/PAWELSKY - Bialystok, Poland area;
TZEMACH/CEMAJ - Augustov, Poland and Czarny Brod, Poland;
VASHEVNIKOV/VASHEVNIK/VISHEVNIK, BROVINSKY, LANBAUM - Dnepropetrovsk, Ukr.;
VASHEVNIKOV/VASHEVNIK - Liubavas, Lithuania;
BEJNUMOVICH/BENOWITZ, SCHNEIDER, SPOCH - Zhitomir, Ukr.


Match factory Ekatarineslaw #ukraine

Kenneth H. Ryesky, Esq. <khresq@...>
 

Sally Altschuler has inquired regarding a match factory in Ekatarineslaw.

There are people called phillumenists (of whom I am one), who collect
matches, matchbooks, matchbook covers, matchboxes, matchbox labels, match
safes, and other match paraphernalia. My own collection is mostly American
matchbooks and matchboxes, and my own knowledge is mostly on the American
match industry, but there are collectors who specialize in matchboxes and
labels >from other places.

The familiar cardbook matchbook was patented in 1892. Until then, the
matches were of the wood stick variety, and came in boxes. The dates given
by Sally indicate that the match factory in question made the wood stick
variety of matches. In fact, there was significant legislation and
litigation during the 1920's and 1930's regarding imports into the United
States of Russian stick matches.

I would suggest that Sally research the phillumeny hobby on the
Internet. Someone might have some information on match factories in Russia
and the Ukraine.

Suggested links:

British Matchbox Label & Booklet Society <http://www.phillumeny.com>.
Hans Everink (collector) <http://hans_everink.tripod.com>.
Match Museum in Jonkoping
<http://www.jonkoping.se/kultur/matchmuseum/engindx.htm>.
Mogens Rasmussen (collector) <http://www.geocities.com/taendstiketiketter/>.
Matchcover Collector's Webring <http://v.webring.com/hub?ring=matches>.

Kenneth H. Ryesky, Esq.
East Northport, NY USA


attn: Moderator #ukraine

Judith Berlowitz <jberlowitz@...>
 

Dear Moderator,
Re: "Orechow(ka)puzzle solved..."

Please add the names Mel Comisarow and Joseph Glen to
my list of people to thank.
Thank you,
Judith Berlowitz
Berkeley, California, USA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Match factory Ekatarineslaw #ukraine

Kenneth H. Ryesky, Esq. <khresq@...>
 

Sally Altschuler has inquired regarding a match factory in Ekatarineslaw.

There are people called phillumenists (of whom I am one), who collect
matches, matchbooks, matchbook covers, matchboxes, matchbox labels, match
safes, and other match paraphernalia. My own collection is mostly American
matchbooks and matchboxes, and my own knowledge is mostly on the American
match industry, but there are collectors who specialize in matchboxes and
labels >from other places.

The familiar cardbook matchbook was patented in 1892. Until then, the
matches were of the wood stick variety, and came in boxes. The dates given
by Sally indicate that the match factory in question made the wood stick
variety of matches. In fact, there was significant legislation and
litigation during the 1920's and 1930's regarding imports into the United
States of Russian stick matches.

I would suggest that Sally research the phillumeny hobby on the
Internet. Someone might have some information on match factories in Russia
and the Ukraine.

Suggested links:

British Matchbox Label & Booklet Society <http://www.phillumeny.com>.
Hans Everink (collector) <http://hans_everink.tripod.com>.
Match Museum in Jonkoping
<http://www.jonkoping.se/kultur/matchmuseum/engindx.htm>.
Mogens Rasmussen (collector) <http://www.geocities.com/taendstiketiketter/>.
Matchcover Collector's Webring <http://v.webring.com/hub?ring=matches>.

Kenneth H. Ryesky, Esq.
East Northport, NY USA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine attn: Moderator #ukraine

Judith Berlowitz <jberlowitz@...>
 

Dear Moderator,
Re: "Orechow(ka)puzzle solved..."

Please add the names Mel Comisarow and Joseph Glen to
my list of people to thank.
Thank you,
Judith Berlowitz
Berkeley, California, USA


Viewmate; Translation from Hebrew from Oranienburg Jewish Burial registers (BEHRENDT, LOEWENHEIM, GOBITZ) #germany

Peter Lowe <Peter.Lowe@...>
 

I would be grateful if anyone could help by translating the Hebrew
writing on these pages >from the Oranienburg Jewish Cemetery burial register
( Film at LDS)

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
VM file names VM6771, 6772, 6773, 6774, 6775

These are direct links to them:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6771
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6772
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6773
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6774
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6775

Please send responses direct to me and NOT to the List.
Many thanks for your help.

Peter Lowe Hertford, England


German SIG #Germany Viewmate; Translation from Hebrew from Oranienburg Jewish Burial registers (BEHRENDT, LOEWENHEIM, GOBITZ) #germany

Peter Lowe <Peter.Lowe@...>
 

I would be grateful if anyone could help by translating the Hebrew
writing on these pages >from the Oranienburg Jewish Cemetery burial register
( Film at LDS)

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
VM file names VM6771, 6772, 6773, 6774, 6775

These are direct links to them:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6771
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6772
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6773
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6774
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6775

Please send responses direct to me and NOT to the List.
Many thanks for your help.

Peter Lowe Hertford, England


Fw: Vaudeville #yiddish

Kerry Kendall <k.kendall@...>
 

Hi Everyone

I am trying to find out about my great grandmother Sarah (Sadie) JACOBS it
is believed that she was in Vaudeville or at least on the stage of some kind
as a young woman. As the family lived in London we can only presume that
this is where she was on the stage. Sarah was born 1892 and her parents
where Benjamin JACOBS b. 1873 and Elizabeth ABRAHAMS b. Circa. 1873 married
15/03/1892. As far as we are aware Sarah only had one son Benjamin Jacobs
who is my grandfather Benjamin's father is unknown but Sarah later married
John Aurther Turner.

It is thought that Sarah had a stage name which the family can't remember if
anyone has any information it would be much appreciated.

Regards
Kerry


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Fw: Vaudeville #yiddish

Kerry Kendall <k.kendall@...>
 

Hi Everyone

I am trying to find out about my great grandmother Sarah (Sadie) JACOBS it
is believed that she was in Vaudeville or at least on the stage of some kind
as a young woman. As the family lived in London we can only presume that
this is where she was on the stage. Sarah was born 1892 and her parents
where Benjamin JACOBS b. 1873 and Elizabeth ABRAHAMS b. Circa. 1873 married
15/03/1892. As far as we are aware Sarah only had one son Benjamin Jacobs
who is my grandfather Benjamin's father is unknown but Sarah later married
John Aurther Turner.

It is thought that Sarah had a stage name which the family can't remember if
anyone has any information it would be much appreciated.

Regards
Kerry


Polish document on viewmate #galicia

Fine Family <mafine@...>
 

Hi,
If any one could help translating this Polish document >from eastern
Galicia it would be greatly appreciated. What I need is just the
translation of the column headings. It is a document listing religious
chadorim in that section of Galicia.
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
VM6788

Please respond privately!

Thanks
Mordechai Fine
Researching: FINE, SOLOWITZ- Bialystok, HAMMER- Tarnopol,
BERGMAN-Skala, Mielnica, METTER, GULOWITZ-Rostov


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Polish document on viewmate #galicia

Fine Family <mafine@...>
 

Hi,
If any one could help translating this Polish document >from eastern
Galicia it would be greatly appreciated. What I need is just the
translation of the column headings. It is a document listing religious
chadorim in that section of Galicia.
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
VM6788

Please respond privately!

Thanks
Mordechai Fine
Researching: FINE, SOLOWITZ- Bialystok, HAMMER- Tarnopol,
BERGMAN-Skala, Mielnica, METTER, GULOWITZ-Rostov


KLINGER and FEUERBERG from Krzywienkie, district Kopyczynce, Tarnopol province #galicia

len k
 

My grandmother Dworie (Klinger) came in 1912 came to the States with one of
her children, Abram. (my dad)
I belive her maiden name was Feuerberg.
Dworie could also be Dora, Dwojra and Dvora in Hebrew.
She had other children by the name Reisie Klinger b in 1890. She came into
the states in 1907.

Also another daughter by the name Sure Klinger she came in the states at the
age 17 and came into the states in 1907.

And another son Benjamin Klinger, came to the states also at 17 yr's old.
I know that Dworie came on the boat named Noordam >from Rotterdam.
She died a few years later in 1918 >from the flu epidemic.

I also know that the area they came >from had the original Polish name
of Krzywienkie, district Kopyczynce, Tarnopol province. its now called
Krivenki, Ukrain. I also found that Sure Klinger came >from or was born in
Kozywienka. Now these town's are on the manifest >from Ellis Island and
that they come under KLINGER. I don't have a name of town that Dworie my gm
came >from nor a name of my ggm or my ggf town's.

Sure name could have become Sadie/Sara, she married Harry Weiss. Daughter
was Irene Weiss, Freddie and David Weiss.
Irene married Kurtzband.
Also a Mary Klinger her married name was Rauch, husban Stanley.

Leonard Klinger

KLINGER, FEUERBERG, EHRENKRANZ, REINISCH, WEISS, RAUCH, KURTZBAND


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia KLINGER and FEUERBERG from Krzywienkie, district Kopyczynce, Tarnopol province #galicia

len k
 

My grandmother Dworie (Klinger) came in 1912 came to the States with one of
her children, Abram. (my dad)
I belive her maiden name was Feuerberg.
Dworie could also be Dora, Dwojra and Dvora in Hebrew.
She had other children by the name Reisie Klinger b in 1890. She came into
the states in 1907.

Also another daughter by the name Sure Klinger she came in the states at the
age 17 and came into the states in 1907.

And another son Benjamin Klinger, came to the states also at 17 yr's old.
I know that Dworie came on the boat named Noordam >from Rotterdam.
She died a few years later in 1918 >from the flu epidemic.

I also know that the area they came >from had the original Polish name
of Krzywienkie, district Kopyczynce, Tarnopol province. its now called
Krivenki, Ukrain. I also found that Sure Klinger came >from or was born in
Kozywienka. Now these town's are on the manifest >from Ellis Island and
that they come under KLINGER. I don't have a name of town that Dworie my gm
came >from nor a name of my ggm or my ggf town's.

Sure name could have become Sadie/Sara, she married Harry Weiss. Daughter
was Irene Weiss, Freddie and David Weiss.
Irene married Kurtzband.
Also a Mary Klinger her married name was Rauch, husban Stanley.

Leonard Klinger

KLINGER, FEUERBERG, EHRENKRANZ, REINISCH, WEISS, RAUCH, KURTZBAND