Re: Giving Birth at 45? A possibility? #romania

Miriam Deutscher

Why not?

I personally know someone born to their mother when she was 47 about 60-70 years ago. And a woman who had a child at the age of 48 when she already had many children. I.e. naturally and not the result of modern fertility treatments.

Miriam Deutscher

#Slovakia #Mandel # Holocaust #slovakia

tzipporah batami

I am trying to reach the granddaughter of Mr Joseph Mandel who lived in Michalovce near the schoolhouse,.who was taken with his wife to Novaky and whose two little children escaped and survived. I don't know her last name and I understand she may have travelled to Kisvarda but we have information on upcoming yarzheit of her grandfather and to fill in the events of what happened. Any Mandel researcher or others who can help how to find her please reply. The remaining family is not interested. Thank you. Feigie Teichman 

Re: Researching Sobieski and Boyarska family from Grodzisk Wielkopolski #poland

Danielle Steffen DeCruz-Sanchez

Hi Sergio,

My husband Hugo is a descendant of Lucia Teodosia Sobiech and Frederik Magofke, from Anna Magofke Sobiech, that married Nicolas Oyarce. His line is:
Lucia + Frederick > Anna
Anna Magofke + Nicolas Oyarce > Hilda Oyarce Magofke
Hilda Oyarce + Luiz Cruz > Hugo Cruz Oyarce (my father in law).
We discovered during the pandemic a lot about Lucia Sobiech. There is a dedicated group on Facebook for the Sobiech family, and a book was published about their genealogy, going back to the 1700s and more. I can give you more information.
Our tree is on Geneanet:; look for the branch that has "Anna Martha Caroline Magofke Sobiech" on my husband's side.
About the Magofke surname: we were, right this weekend, analyzing a lot of documents about this name. We had stopped at a dead end with Gottfried, it seemed he appeared from thin air at the beginning of the XIX century. Our assumption was the surname was changed when they arrived in Chile, but no, Gottfried, Friederick's father, already had Magofke as his surname. At least on Caroline Ehling Magofke's death certificate. When you look at their marriage records, his surname has a different calligraphy. German calligraphy changed a lot during the XIX century, and the "f" on Magofke was something else, probably a letter that had the sound of "st", one of the several sounds for s in German. So we searched for Magoski, and we found more records, in the same region nearby Poznan, that date for at least one century more.
About the religion: still under research.
Please contact me so I can show you the material we have about the Sobiech family and present you to Daniel, the manager of the Facebook group.
Kind regards,
Danielle Steffen DeCruz-Sanchez

Is it worth visiting Lithuania? #lithuania

Mordy Golding

I've been able to trace my family's roots to Lithuania (Utena on the paternal side and Musninkai on the maternal side) — both families emigrated in the 1880's so about 140 years ago. While I'm interested in visiting and seeing where they may have lived, I'm wondering if there would even be anything to see that would remotely be anything from that time, or if I'd find anything of interest. Has anyone done trips to these areas or does anyone have advice on whether such an endeavor might be fruitful?

Mordy Golding
Long Island, New York

Can anyone access a library copy of Jewish Religious Personnel in the Russian Empire 1853-1854? #russia

Chloe Kogan


I was wondering if anyone would have access to the book "Jewish Religious Personnel in the Russian Empire, 1853-1854" ("Sinagogi, Molitvenne Doma i Sostoyashchie pri nikh Dolzhnostne Litsa v Cherte Evreiskoi Osedlosti i Guberniyakh Kurlyandskoi i Liflyandskoi Rossiiskoi Imperii 1853-1854") by Genrich M. Deych which JewishGen has created an index for at this URL:

According to the page above, this book is available at "YIVO, the New York Public Library [*PXW 93-1103], Harvard University [Circ. HWMSWV], and at the library of the University of California at Berkeley, among others." I am hoping someone might have the time and ability to access a physical copy on my behalf and see if there is any additional information beyond what is included in JewishGen's indexed results for the following entry:

TOWN: Akkerman
GUBERNIYA: bes026 (meaning: Guberniya of Bessarabia, listing number at which the name is found in the book [nomer] 026)

According to JewishGen's summary of the contents of the book, the book may include information beyond the indexed results including:

  • The year at which the individual took up his duties (c kakogo goda v dolzhnosti).
  • Further detail of the reporting town or congregation (mestanakhozhde nie sinagogi ili molitvennogo doma).
  • The office held by the individual (imya dolzhnostnykh lits).
  • The size of the congregation (chislo prikhozhan), which I assume refers to only males over the age of 13.
  • The individual's compensation (razmer zhalova nia), which is frequently omitted.
I am hoping some of this additional information would help me determine if this person might be a relation.

I appreciate anyone's help and advice and would certainly be happy to compensate you for your time!

Chloë Kogan
Arizona, USA
Email: KoganAncestry@...

  • KOGAN & BERCOVICI (Tarutino & Akkerman, Roumania; Kakhovka & Mariupol, Ukraine):
    • Great-grandparents Bentzion (b. Tarutino 1871; sochet, cantor, soapmaker; murdered Kakhovka 1941) & Frieda nee BERCOVICI (b. Akkerman unknown year, d. Kakhovka unknown year).
  • FISHER / FISERAS (Anyksciai & Utena, Lithuania):
    • Searching for my paternal grandmother's brother, Jankelis / Jankel / Jacak / Yaakov FISHER / FISERAS (born ~1899 in Utena) & wife Sonia nee PICKER / PIKERAITE (born ~1898 in Anyksciai) and their children.

Re: Finding a Genealogist for the Vienna Area #austria-czech

Steven Turner

I don't know of any Viennese genealogist but finding the address where they lived is real easy. Jewish records are available at   and if that doesn't work contact 
the IKG at
They are extremely helpful. 

Vienna is such a great city and Jewish researching is not difficult. They also have an amazing Jewish cemetery which is in good condition and has extensive records.

Enjoy and good luck.

Dr. Steven S. Turner
President, Gesher Galicia

need help translating Yiddish #translation

Tracie Schneider

I recently made phone contact with a second cousin I've never met.  Our grandmothers were sisters, and came to the US together from around Kiev in 1912.  The "new cousin" sent me a scan of a postcard she has, sent by our grandmothers to (we believe) their parents back home in Russia/Ukraine, probably around 1913 or 1914.  I believe it is in Yiddish, and would love to find someone who might be able to translate it for me as it would most likely contain some wonderful information about their new lives in the U.S.  If anyone can help me with that, I would be most appreciative. I can be contacted at the email address below and would be happy to pass along a copy of the scanned card.

My apologies if I haven't formatted this message correctly.  It's been awhile since I've posted here!


Tracie Schneider

GELBART/GELBARD, SZEFNER, Łódź, Poland #poland

Yale Reisner


Dear JewishGenners:


The January 19, 2023 edition of the Polish newspaper Rzeczpospolita carried a legal notice from the Regional Court of Central Łódź [Sąd Rejonowy dla Łodzi-Śródmieścia], Third Civil Division, on behalf of the State Treasury as represented by the Mayor of Łódź, announcing that the Court is seeking to declare the following individual to be deceased in connection with ownership of a property in the city:


Pola (née SZEFNER) GELBART/GELBARD, daughter of Aron/Urin & Frymeta (née MILICH), born in Łodź on June 4/16, 1893.

Her last known address in the Staromiejski Park, in the property registered as Rep. Hip. 817, Bałuty Nowe Nr 21.


Any heirs to Ms. Gelbart/Gelbard or anyone with information regarding heirs to Ms. Gelbart/Gelbard is asked to contact the Court directly within three months of the publication of the notice.  In contacting the Court, please make reference to Docket No. III Ns 754/22.


Best wishes,


Yale J. Reisner

Warsaw, Poland

JGFF #913980




Viewmate Translation Request - Hungarian #hungary #translation


I would like help translating the phrase on the bottom left on this marriage record. It begins "az elsö példányban...
I would appreciate the meaning of the whole phrase and also each Hungarian word in the phrase written out with its English translation.
Thanking you in advance for your help.
Nancy August
Petaluma CA 
Newark NJ

Finding a Genealogist for the Vienna Area #austria-czech

Debbie Giliotti

Hello, my parents were born in Vienna in the late 30’s. I am going to be visiting Vienna in a few months. I would like to hire a genealogist who specializes in the Vienna area who can research and hopefully discover the addresses of where they lived and possibly  where my grandparents lived in Vienna. Does anyone have a good recommendation? Thank you. Debbie Giliotti


Sent from Mail for Windows


Help needed locating immigrants records #records


Hello All,

According to my GG Uncle's Declaration of  Intention, he left Rotterdam Holland, on the Ship "Fornisa," and arrived at the port of New York around May 17th, 1903. I'm trying to obtain a copy of his ship manifest, or any other piece of information that might help me revile if he had any relative in the states, but for nothing. I don't see him ( or his wife, Rosie) anywhere in immigration records.   any help is dearly appreciated!

Thank you,

Sharon Cop,
New York, NY

Re: Seeking help identifying a NY synagogue in 1895 #usa

Renee Steinig

This record of Rabbi Alexander's naturalization clarifies the address -- "209 W. 124 St. N.Y. City":

Note that the entry on the marriage record says "Residence" -- so 209 W. 124th may have been the Rabbi's home rather than the location of the synagogue.

There was an Atereth Israel on the east side of Manhattan, but entries on GoogleBooks suggest that its rabbi in 1895 was Marcus Krauskopf. Not to mention the distance from 209 West 124th St. to 323 East 82nd St. If Rabbi Alexander was Shomer Shabbat, he would have had an awfully long walk to shul.

This is probably Rabbi Alexander's grave, in Massachusetts:


Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills NY

On Sun, Jan 22, 2023 at 1:46 PM Mordy Golding <mordy@...> wrote:

I'm trying to identify the shul/synagogue from a relative's marriage certificate. The marriage took place in NY in 1895 and the Rabbi was a Dr. Louis A. Alexander.

It's hard to make out from the marriage certificate (attached) but it seems the synagogue is Congregation Atereth _____? The address might be W 24th or 124th street? ....

Re: Yiddish for Elias #general

Joanne Bober

I see this post is quite old but recognise some people in this post.
My gt gt grandmother came from Vilna, Lithuanian and on some revision list records it states Sora David Eliash( her name married name being Sora Bober).
Would I take it that her father was David and grandfather Eliash (Elijah).
On a birth record I have come across which was sent  in 1995 from Lithuania  it states  Sora bat David-Eliash. Would the hyphen signify that David -Eliash was Sora's fathers first and surname or  her grandfather's  name?
I am desperately  trying  to find  my gt gt grandmother's  surname, does anyone have any ideas? 
Thank you in advance 
Joanne Bober, UK
Researching Bober, Vilna

ViewMate Translation Request - Yiddish #translation

Harold Primack

I've posted a Yiddish article from an old Forward Newspaper which, hopefully, is about my great, grandfather, Meir Leib from Noroditchi, Ukraine.  I believe he was a Talmud scholar and the article may have been written by one of his students. I am requesting a translation. It was posted today on ViewMate and will probably be available for 7 days.  It can be found at the following two addresses:
ViewMate - Image 101019 - Translation - Yiddish - Ukraine - Narodichi - Primack
If the quality of the copy is not good, I can try to provide another copy at higher resolution.
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page or to this email.
Thank you so much,
Harold Primack

ViewMate translation request - Town Names #Russia #Vilna Gubernia #Austria-Hungarian Empire #translation #russia

Bonnie L

I'd like a translation of the two towns on a US Naturalization record document. This document is on ViewMate at the following address:

The town names can be found between red squares on the document. One is from Vilna Gubernia, the other in the Austrian-Hungarian Empire.

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.

Thank you very much,

Bonnie Malmat
Pittsburgh, PA 16066

Names on tombstones #translation

Anna Olswanger

I've posted 5 new tombstone images on Viewmate:
I found these photographs among the papers of my cousin, a Holocaust survivor who died in 2019. He lived in Kovno and Gargzdai, Lithuania, during the Holocaust and later immigrated to New York. He visited Lithuania in the 1990s when the photographs were taken. 
Can anyone translate a few lines these tombstones? I'm trying to determine if any of the names belong to the family of my cousin's father (Birman) or his mother's (Olschwanger).
Thank you.
Anna Olswanger
Anna Olswanger | Literary Agent | Olswanger Literary LLC
16-60 Chandler Drive | Fair Lawn, NJ | 07410-2715
t: 201-791-4699 | w: | twitter: @AnnaOlswanger | instagram: @AnnaOlswanger

Re: Seeking help identifying a NY synagogue in 1895 #usa

David Oseas

Synagogue Atereth Ts'bi.  Found on page 207 of The American Hebrew, vol 59 (1896):

David Oseas

BAUMGOLD, Łódź, Poland #poland

Yale Reisner


Dear JewishGenners:


The January 19, 2023 edition of the Polish newspaper Rzeczpospolita carried a legal notice from the Regional Court of Central Łódź [Sąd Rejonowy dla Łodzi-Śródmieścia], Third Civil Division, on behalf of the State Treasury as represented by the Mayor of Łódź, announcing that the Court is seeking heirs to the following individual:


Izaak (Icchok) BAUMGOLD, son of Perec & Chaja, who died in Łódź on February 5, 1918. 

His last known address was:  ul. Południowa 28 (the street is now called ul. Rewolucji 1905 r.).


Any heirs to Mr. Baumgold or anyone with information regarding heirs to Mr. Baumgold is asked to contact the Court directly within three months of the publication of the notice.  In contacting the Court, please make reference to Docket No. III Ns 712/22.


Best wishes,


Yale J. Reisner

Warsaw, Poland

JGFF #913980



📢 This week's free webinar: The Nazi Titanic - The Incredible Story of a Doomed Ship in World War II #JewishGenUpdates

Avraham Groll

The entire community is invited to join us for our next free JewishGen Talks webinar:
Topic: The Nazi Titanic: The Incredible Story of a Doomed Ship in World War II
Date: Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Registration: Free with a suggested donation. Please click here to register now!
Speaker: Dr. Robert Watson
About the Talk:
In his book The Nazi Titanic: The Incredible Story of a Doomed Ship in World War II, Dr. Watson tells the riveting story of a German luxury liner ship – the Cap Arcona, meant to rival the English Titanic – which, after starring in a failed German propaganda movie, was repurposed as a seaborne concentration camp. When the British Royal Air Force mistakenly bombed the Cap Arcona, most of its prisoners were killed in this last major tragedy of the Holocaust and one of history’s worst maritime disasters. This webinar discusses not only the story, but Dr. Watson’s incredible process of discovering the evidence to prove it, hidden from view for over 60 years.
About the Speaker:
Robert Watson, Ph.D. is an author, historian, and media commentator who has published over 40 books, several of which have won awards and been featured at major literary festivals. He has served as a visiting lecturer/scholar with the Smithsonian, National Archives, Truman Library, Mount Vernon, Pentagon, West Point, Illinois Holocaust Museum, and many other leading historical sites, has appeared in several historical documentaries on television, is one of the select group of historians invited to rank the presidents ever few years, and holds the titles Distinguished Professor of History and Avron Fogelman Research Professor at Lynn University.

JewishGen's Weekly News Nosh January 22, 2023 #JewishGenUpdates

Phil Goldfarb

The Weekly News Nosh

 JewishGen Weekly E-Newsletter

Phil Goldfarb Tulsa, Oklahoma USA, Editor

Date: January 22, 2023


“A Family Without The Understanding Of Their Past History, Foundation And Ethnicity Is Like A Tree Without Roots”


Please note: There will not be a News Nosh next week as I will be attending the Bar Mitzvah of a great nephew in New York City


Enjoy this week’s Nosh!




1.      Next Free JewishGen Webinar: The Nazi Titanic: The Incredible Story of a Doomed Ship in World War II. Date: Wednesday, January 25, 2023. Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time Registration: Free with a suggested donation. To register, go to:  Museum of Jewish Heritage -A Living Memorial to the Holocaust ( Speaker: Dr. Robert Watson who tells the riveting story of a German luxury liner ship, the Cap Arcona, meant to rival the English Titanic, which, after starring in a failed German propaganda movie, was repurposed as a seaborne concentration camp. When the British Royal Air Force mistakenly bombed the Cap Arcona, most of its prisoners were killed in this last major tragedy of the Holocaust and one of history’s worst maritime disasters. Editor’s Note: I have seen Dr. Watson present this program live at a IAJGS meeting and it is well worth your time to attend!


2.      JewishGen Class Announcement – Sharing Your Stories. Are you overwhelmed at the thought of writing up your research? Let’s start small and write about a topic of limited scope. This four-week course, running from January 29 to February 26, will offer tips on adding interest to your chosen topic, using context and description, and will cover the mechanics of writing and genealogical best practices to create an effective and interesting report. This class is intended for intermediate to advanced researchers who have been doing family research for several years, and want to share their work with others, particularly family members. For more information, contact Marion Werle at mwerle@...Tuition is $150.  For class description and to register, go to:


3.      MyHeritage adds 65 million new records in November and December 2022. The collections are from Australia, Belgium, Canada, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, Spain, the U.K., Ukraine, and the U.S. Many of the collections also include images. The collections consist of birth, marriage, divorce, death, obituaries, burial, wills, census, naturalization, city directories, military, voter, employee, newspapers, and more. Read the details from their blog: MyHeritage Publishes 65 Million Records in November and December 2022 - MyHeritage Blog


4.      LitvakSIG: Power Up Your Research. The purpose of this new series is to help researchers better understand the tools that LitvakSIG has to offer in order to build and enhance one's research skills. The first webinar in this series, Getting to Know LitvakSIG, will provide an introduction to the LitvakSIG organization and address common questions regarding relationship with JewishGen, passwords, structure of research groups, and other general information. Date: January 29, 2023, at 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. Speaker: Rhoda Miller, CG Registration Link:


5.      United Kingdom: Honoring the Ancient Dead completes database of ancient human remains. Resource holds records of human tissue held in more than 300 local museums. Each entry records how many ancestral remains the museum has in its collection, whether any are on display and what policies the museum may have for their care. Read more: Honouring the Ancient Dead completes database of ancient human remains - Museums Association


6.      Findmypast (United Kingdom) Adds More Newspapers Online. A staggering 706,009 pages have been added to the newspaper archive this week, with 11 new titles and many more updated. Read the list from Dick Eastman’s EOGN:


7.      The Lost Jewish Cemeteries of Lviv. While many old Jewish cemeteries still remain around Galicia, the same cannot be said of the Jewish burial grounds in Lviv (Lemberg / Lwów). The first mention of the old Jewish cemetery dates back to May 27, 1414, when the Jews paid a tax on this land. Only found fragments of their ancient tombstones (matzevah) which were used by the Nazis and Soviets as pavement and building material, remind us of the two city and three suburban village cemeteries that once existed in and near Lviv. Just as the synagogues and other Jewish traces, the cemeteries were destroyed during World War II. Read the story: Forgotten Galicia - The Lost Jewish Cemeteries of Lviv


8.      Jewish Museum receives prestigious education honor. London institution awarded for program of workshops, virtual broadcasts and classroom sessions that reach over 20,000 pupils every year. The Camden site scooped the Sandford Award for Excellence in Museum Learning given by the Heritage Education Trust. Read more from Jewish News UK: Jewish Museum receives prestigious education honour | Jewish News


9.      Online Jewish women’s community welcomes 1,000th member. Cross-communal prayer initiative launched during pandemic in the UK three years ago has "helped many stay connected to Judaism, combat loneliness and be part of a lovely group." Read the story from Jewish News UK: Online Jewish women's community welcomes 1,000th member | Jewish News


10.  Christie’s Launches Year-Long Global Program of Events Spotlighting the History and Vital Work of Nazi Restitution. Inaugural Exhibition Opens to the Public on January 27 in Paris. The year 2023 marks the 25th anniversary of the Washington Principles – an international agreement that opened a new era of transparency with respect to art lost or stolen during the Nazi period between 1933 and 1945. Read more from Christie’s: Press Center Christies


11.  21 never-published photos of Warsaw Ghetto Revolt’s aftermath found in Poland attic. Uncovered in dusty boxes, pictures were taken clandestinely by a Polish firefighter in 1943 as he protected Aryan Warsaw from flames engulfing the ghetto. Previously unpublished photographs of the Nazis brutally suppressing the 1943 Warsaw Ghetto Revolt were released this week by POLIN: Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Captured in secret by a Polish firefighter while German forces set the Jewish ghetto ablaze, the images were recently discovered by the photographer’s son in a family member’s attic. Read the story from The Times of Israel: 21 never-published photos of Warsaw Ghetto Revolt's aftermath found in Poland attic | The Times of Israel


12.  9,000-year-old Jericho skull gets virtual facelift using plastic surgery techniques. Brazilian team of researchers reforms facial features and adds hair to create new 3D-image from remains found near West Bank city 70 years ago. The man’s skull, partly covered by plaster and with shells for eyes, was one of seven discovered by archaeologist Kathleen Kenyon. All are believed to have served as part of a Neolithic ritual relating to ancestor worship. Read the story and see the pictures from The Times of Israel: 9,000-year-old Jericho skull gets virtual facelift using plastic surgery techniques | The Times of Israel


13.  Holocaust objects to be displayed at German parliament. An exhibition of Holocaust-era items titled “Sixteen Objects” on loan from the collections of Yad Vashem whose stories are intertwined with Jews from Germany will open in the Bundestag next week, ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Read the story from JNS: Holocaust objects to be displayed at German parliament -


14.  This Behind-the-Scenes Look at Disney’s New Anne Frank TV Show Is Incredible. A new National Geographic limited series, “A Small Light,” is coming out this year, and it will explore the story of Anne Frank through the eyes of Miep Gies, Otto Frank’s secretary. She was the one who kept Anne Frank’s diary safe after the families were captured by the Nazis. Read more from Kveller: This Behind-the-Scenes Look at Disney's New Anne Frank TV Show Is Incredible – Kveller


15.  First evidence of unknown ancient ‘Israeli Silk Road’ used by merchants along the international trading routes uncovered in Arava trash dump. Results from sifting 1,600-year-old garbage during a first excavation season at Nahal Omer suggest luxury goods from East were in high demand in the 8th century CE, researchers say.  Read the story from The Times of Israel: First evidence of unknown ancient 'Israeli Silk Road' uncovered in Arava trash dump | The Times of Israel


16.  Heirs of German-Jewish banker sue for restitution of one of van Gogh’s most famous paintings. Heirs of a German-Jewish banker are suing a Japanese insurance company for the return of one of Vincent van Gogh’s famed “Sunflowers” paintings or at least $750 million in punitive damages. Read the full story from JTA: Heirs of German-Jewish banker sue for restitution of one of van Gogh’s most famous paintings - Jewish Telegraphic Agency (


17.  Two 3,800-year-old Cuneiform Tablets Found in Iraq Give First Glimpse of Hebrew Precursor. The ancient tablets, uncovered 30 years ago during the Gulf War and forgotten until now, offer a first glimpse of the Amorite language that Hebrew developed from. Read more from Haaretz: Two 3,800-year-old Cuneiform Tablets Found in Iraq Give First Glimpse of Hebrew Precursor - Archaeology -


18.  Prized yizkor book collection housed at HMH’s Boniuk Library.  Each January, Holocaust Museum Houston gears up for Holocaust Remembrance Week, observed this year Jan. 23-27. This special week is a time to reflect on and honor the 6 million Jews and other innocent victims of the Holocaust. The museum’s Boniuk Library, home to 205 yizkor books and 80 communities represented in the Destroyed Communities database, is a key resource to preserve Jewish heritage. Read more at:


19.  Last Living Nuremberg prosecutor Ben Ferencz at age 102 receives Congressional Gold Medal. In a time of rising antisemitism and Holocaust denial, the last surviving prosecutor at the Nuremberg Trials received the prestigious honor on Thursday with the message that antisemitism and hatred is wrong, and that the Holocaust was real. Read the story from JNS: Nuremberg prosecutor Ben Ferencz receives Congressional Gold Medal -


20.  New line of refrigerators to include built-in tech for Shabbat compliance. GE Appliances, in partnership with OU Kosher, will roll out dozens of models with updated Shabbat mode technology. A year after introducing a line of ovens that allowed for automated use during Shabbat, General Electrical Appliances is preparing to roll out refrigerators and freezers with the same built-in technology. Read the story from JNS: New line of refrigerators to include built-in tech for Shabbat compliance -


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