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Research in Vienna #hungary

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

For tips on research in Vienna see

http://www.jewishgen.org/bohmor/ausguide.htm

Randol Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA


Names questions #hungary

Ruben Weiser <weiser@...>
 

Hi.

Can emma be berta?
What name is hentcha ,hentche or hentchu ?is it in idish?what is the hebrew
equivalent?

Thanks
Ruben Weiser


Re: Translation #germany

Lynn Saul <lynnsaul@...>
 

3tiae is "tertiarei" (my spelling isn't exact; I've forgotten most of my
Latin)--third as in third class.

Lynn Saul

----- Original Message -----
From: <AttilaRona@...>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@...>
Sent: Friday, October 15, 2004 5:55 AM
Subject: Re:[h-sig] Translation


Hi everyone,

Could you check my translation >from Latin and provide translation for what
I was unable to do? It is >from Paks Jewish Census >from 1780 to 1828. Thank
you.

Filii ab anno etatis 16 to
Sons >from the age of 16th

Filiae ab anno aetatis 16 to
Daughters >from the age of 16

Frates
Brothers

Inquilini
Tenants

Subinquilini
Subtenants

Famuli
Servants

Ancillae
Maid, Servant

Vaccae Mulgibiles
Milking Cow

Vineae Glassis 3tiae
Vineyard ?

Equi & Equae Curriferi
Horse ?

Domus 3 tiae Classis Numero
house ?

Opificia 3 tiae Classis Numero
?

Arenda tores Numero Ft
?

Caprae Numero
?

Mercatura 3 tiae Classis Numero
?

Communia Benificia Pascuatio
?

Attila Rona

researching Rokonstein/Rockenstein from
Paks/Arad/Zagreb/Nagyvarad/Szombathely/Pest/Bucharest

Herzog >from Arad

Grunhut, Feder >from Pest


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Re:Translation #hungary

Lynn Saul <lynnsaul@...>
 

3tiae is "tertiarei" (my spelling isn't exact; I've forgotten most of my
Latin)--third as in third class.

Lynn Saul

----- Original Message -----
From: <AttilaRona@...>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@...>
Sent: Friday, October 15, 2004 5:55 AM
Subject: Re:[h-sig] Translation


Hi everyone,

Could you check my translation >from Latin and provide translation for what
I was unable to do? It is >from Paks Jewish Census >from 1780 to 1828. Thank
you.

Filii ab anno etatis 16 to
Sons >from the age of 16th

Filiae ab anno aetatis 16 to
Daughters >from the age of 16

Frates
Brothers

Inquilini
Tenants

Subinquilini
Subtenants

Famuli
Servants

Ancillae
Maid, Servant

Vaccae Mulgibiles
Milking Cow

Vineae Glassis 3tiae
Vineyard ?

Equi & Equae Curriferi
Horse ?

Domus 3 tiae Classis Numero
house ?

Opificia 3 tiae Classis Numero
?

Arenda tores Numero Ft
?

Caprae Numero
?

Mercatura 3 tiae Classis Numero
?

Communia Benificia Pascuatio
?

Attila Rona

researching Rokonstein/Rockenstein from
Paks/Arad/Zagreb/Nagyvarad/Szombathely/Pest/Bucharest

Herzog >from Arad

Grunhut, Feder >from Pest


Hungary SIG #Hungary Research in Vienna #hungary

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

For tips on research in Vienna see

http://www.jewishgen.org/bohmor/ausguide.htm

Randol Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA


Hungary SIG #Hungary Names questions #hungary

Ruben Weiser <weiser@...>
 

Hi.

Can emma be berta?
What name is hentcha ,hentche or hentchu ?is it in idish?what is the hebrew
equivalent?

Thanks
Ruben Weiser


Research in Vienna #hungary

Dubois family <family@...>
 

The best guide that I am aware for researching birth records in Vienna is to
be found in the Beginner's Guide to Austrian-Jewish Genealogy by E.Randol
Schoenberg on http://www.jewishgen.org/BohMor/ausguide.htm

Dominique Dubois
London UK

POLLITZER: Frauenkirchen, Vienna
SINGER: Krems, Vienna
STEINER: Weitersfeld, Krems, Vienna
WAHRINGER: Vienna


Re: locating birth certificate #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <hirsch@...>
 

Hello

What is what you get by ordering the item? do you get a microfilm for
viewing at an FHL library, do you get the film and you can view it aat
any library having a microfilm viewer or you buy actually to microfilm
of your choice (in Budapesat at the Szechenyi National Biblothek you can
look at the location or order a copy of your choice for moderate
prices). In Switzerland you can view the microfilm at the FHL library
and they are quite rare.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch


Robert Neu schrieb:

The records of births (also I suppose marriage and deaths) for
PILISVOROSVAR are available and can ordered and viewed at any FHL
(Mormon/LDS) branch library. The catalog can be consulted at
www.familysearch.org. The film to order is 642857 Item 5. It covers
according to the description 1819 to 1895.

The location of FHL branch libraries is also on the same website.

Robert Neu


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: locating birth certificate #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <hirsch@...>
 

Hello

What is what you get by ordering the item? do you get a microfilm for
viewing at an FHL library, do you get the film and you can view it aat
any library having a microfilm viewer or you buy actually to microfilm
of your choice (in Budapesat at the Szechenyi National Biblothek you can
look at the location or order a copy of your choice for moderate
prices). In Switzerland you can view the microfilm at the FHL library
and they are quite rare.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch


Robert Neu schrieb:

The records of births (also I suppose marriage and deaths) for
PILISVOROSVAR are available and can ordered and viewed at any FHL
(Mormon/LDS) branch library. The catalog can be consulted at
www.familysearch.org. The film to order is 642857 Item 5. It covers
according to the description 1819 to 1895.

The location of FHL branch libraries is also on the same website.

Robert Neu


Hungary SIG #Hungary Research in Vienna #hungary

Dubois family <family@...>
 

The best guide that I am aware for researching birth records in Vienna is to
be found in the Beginner's Guide to Austrian-Jewish Genealogy by E.Randol
Schoenberg on http://www.jewishgen.org/BohMor/ausguide.htm

Dominique Dubois
London UK

POLLITZER: Frauenkirchen, Vienna
SINGER: Krems, Vienna
STEINER: Weitersfeld, Krems, Vienna
WAHRINGER: Vienna


Re: Valentine as Jewish Given Name #germany

Yekkey@...
 

MODERATOR NOTE: I believe that this topic has been well covered. Additional
messages on the topic of Valentine as Jewish Given Name will probably not be
approved for distribution. ========>

Kaganoff is his "Dictionary of Jewish Names" mentions that Valen is a Roman
name but it was used by Jews in Talmudic times and there is even a Rabbi Valen
mentioned in the book. I also went to school with a Jewish fellow named
Valenstein.

Perhaps the name Valen persisted in some Jewish communities like other
Greco-Roman names such as Kayla, Alexander, and Felix.

Dan Nussbaum New Bedford, Massachusetts


German SIG #Germany Re: Valentine as Jewish Given Name #germany

Yekkey@...
 

MODERATOR NOTE: I believe that this topic has been well covered. Additional
messages on the topic of Valentine as Jewish Given Name will probably not be
approved for distribution. ========>

Kaganoff is his "Dictionary of Jewish Names" mentions that Valen is a Roman
name but it was used by Jews in Talmudic times and there is even a Rabbi Valen
mentioned in the book. I also went to school with a Jewish fellow named
Valenstein.

Perhaps the name Valen persisted in some Jewish communities like other
Greco-Roman names such as Kayla, Alexander, and Felix.

Dan Nussbaum New Bedford, Massachusetts


Newburgh, N.Y.: Anyone Visiting Agudas Israel Cemetery? #general

Robert Rosenbaum <rdr713@...>
 

If someone is willing to take some pictures of my family's grave stones at the
Congregation Agudas Israel Cemetery in New Windsor, it would be greatly
appreciated. Please E-mail me and I will provide details privately. Many thanks.

Robert D. Rosenbaum
San Francisco, Calif.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Newburgh, N.Y.: Anyone Visiting Agudas Israel Cemetery? #general

Robert Rosenbaum <rdr713@...>
 

If someone is willing to take some pictures of my family's grave stones at the
Congregation Agudas Israel Cemetery in New Windsor, it would be greatly
appreciated. Please E-mail me and I will provide details privately. Many thanks.

Robert D. Rosenbaum
San Francisco, Calif.


Judge BARNETT-LA County (Born 1921? Detroit) #general

S. Harris <jewishgen@...>
 

I am searching for a relationship between BARNETT relatives (Dave and
Barney) and perhaps a sitting Los Angeles County Judge, other than as noted
below.

Here's what I know: Dave BARNETT (original surname RAVRAVAYA, RAVRAVAIS, or
something like that- born in Poland about 1860, died in Des Moines, Iowa March 9,
1948 and Barney BARNETT (born in Michigan, died in Michigan between 1921 and
1930).

Barney and Pearl (WEISSMAN) BARNETT's daughter, Sylvia Jane(Bonnie) BARNETT
(born in Michigan on October 14, 1917, died in Missioni Viejo, California on May
16, 1984) married Robert SERRINS (born March 05, 1915, died February 10, 1978 in
Los Angeles, California.

Robert SERRINS was not only Barney BARNETT's son-in-law, but Dave
BARNETT's great-great nephew, but also Robert's great aunt's ex-husband (Dave's
first wife, also Dave's half-niece, was the former Rachel SERRINS).

Thanks to Shelli Liebman Dorfman, a staff writer for the Detroit Jewish
News, I may now have a previously-unknown Barnett connection . A man called
Shelli and told her that when he was 5, he lived downstairs, in a flat, >from a
family named BARNETT. The American-born famikly included a grandfather, son and
and 5-year-old granddaughter, living at XXX Hague in Detroit. (At least at one
point I know that Barney and Pearl, who was Canadian-born, lived at what appears
to be XXXX West Jefferson Avenue in Detroit).

The granddaughter (born circa 1921) is a Los Angles County Judge, whose
first name the man doesn't remember, but "even though she married, she continued
to use the name Barnett. He doesn't remember who told him about her, so he can't
go back and get more details.

The only Los Angeles County Judge Barnett I could "google" is a retired male
Judge Jules BARNETT.

Any help would be appreciated.

Stacy Harris
Nashville, TN USA
***
MODERATOR NOTE: Street numbers replaced with, 'XXX,' in accordance with Jewishgen
guidelines.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Judge BARNETT-LA County (Born 1921? Detroit) #general

S. Harris <jewishgen@...>
 

I am searching for a relationship between BARNETT relatives (Dave and
Barney) and perhaps a sitting Los Angeles County Judge, other than as noted
below.

Here's what I know: Dave BARNETT (original surname RAVRAVAYA, RAVRAVAIS, or
something like that- born in Poland about 1860, died in Des Moines, Iowa March 9,
1948 and Barney BARNETT (born in Michigan, died in Michigan between 1921 and
1930).

Barney and Pearl (WEISSMAN) BARNETT's daughter, Sylvia Jane(Bonnie) BARNETT
(born in Michigan on October 14, 1917, died in Missioni Viejo, California on May
16, 1984) married Robert SERRINS (born March 05, 1915, died February 10, 1978 in
Los Angeles, California.

Robert SERRINS was not only Barney BARNETT's son-in-law, but Dave
BARNETT's great-great nephew, but also Robert's great aunt's ex-husband (Dave's
first wife, also Dave's half-niece, was the former Rachel SERRINS).

Thanks to Shelli Liebman Dorfman, a staff writer for the Detroit Jewish
News, I may now have a previously-unknown Barnett connection . A man called
Shelli and told her that when he was 5, he lived downstairs, in a flat, >from a
family named BARNETT. The American-born famikly included a grandfather, son and
and 5-year-old granddaughter, living at XXX Hague in Detroit. (At least at one
point I know that Barney and Pearl, who was Canadian-born, lived at what appears
to be XXXX West Jefferson Avenue in Detroit).

The granddaughter (born circa 1921) is a Los Angles County Judge, whose
first name the man doesn't remember, but "even though she married, she continued
to use the name Barnett. He doesn't remember who told him about her, so he can't
go back and get more details.

The only Los Angeles County Judge Barnett I could "google" is a retired male
Judge Jules BARNETT.

Any help would be appreciated.

Stacy Harris
Nashville, TN USA
***
MODERATOR NOTE: Street numbers replaced with, 'XXX,' in accordance with Jewishgen
guidelines.


Re: Old Brooklyn Street Name #general

Mila Begun <mmbegun@...>
 

Old Fulton Street still exists. Fulton Street once extended all the way to the
water. When the civic center & courts were built, the street along that stretch
was renamed Cadman Plaza. Continuing toward the water, the street picks up its
old name, and a map will show that Old Fulton Street is very much still there for
a few blocks.

Mila Begun in NYC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Old Brooklyn Street Name #general

Mila Begun <mmbegun@...>
 

Old Fulton Street still exists. Fulton Street once extended all the way to the
water. When the civic center & courts were built, the street along that stretch
was renamed Cadman Plaza. Continuing toward the water, the street picks up its
old name, and a map will show that Old Fulton Street is very much still there for
a few blocks.

Mila Begun in NYC


Fort Wayne Genealogy Department Newsletter #general

Susan Kaufman <Skaufman@...>
 

Free electronic newsletter available >from the genealogy department of the Allen
County Public Library.

Addicted to genealogy? Love libraries and research? Interested in learning about
new resources? If this describes you, sign up for an exciting electronic
newsletter >from one of the most popular genealogical research libraries in the
nation.

The Allen County Public Library's Historical Genealogy Department in Fort Wayne,
Indiana is pleased to announce their electronic newsletter, "Genealogy Gems: News
from the Fort Wayne Library."
Each month learn about new acquisitions, department special events, featured
sources, websites…and much more! We will keep you up to date on our outstanding
temporary location where the books and microforms are on open stacks available for
your perusal. Information about the construction at the old library site and our
plans for moving back in 2 years will also be included.

There are two ways to subscribe. Visit the Friends of Allen County website at
www.FriendsOfAllenCounty.org and fill out the subscription form at the bottom of
the page, or send an email to genealogygems-subscribe@...."

Please pass this notice on to interested individuals or organizations.

Susan Kaufman, Librarian
Allen County Public Library
Historical Genealogy Department
PO Box 2270
200 E. Berry
Fort Wayne, IN 46801-2270
260-421-1225
260-421-1386 (fax)
www.acpl.lib.in.us


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Fort Wayne Genealogy Department Newsletter #general

Susan Kaufman <Skaufman@...>
 

Free electronic newsletter available >from the genealogy department of the Allen
County Public Library.

Addicted to genealogy? Love libraries and research? Interested in learning about
new resources? If this describes you, sign up for an exciting electronic
newsletter >from one of the most popular genealogical research libraries in the
nation.

The Allen County Public Library's Historical Genealogy Department in Fort Wayne,
Indiana is pleased to announce their electronic newsletter, "Genealogy Gems: News
from the Fort Wayne Library."
Each month learn about new acquisitions, department special events, featured
sources, websites…and much more! We will keep you up to date on our outstanding
temporary location where the books and microforms are on open stacks available for
your perusal. Information about the construction at the old library site and our
plans for moving back in 2 years will also be included.

There are two ways to subscribe. Visit the Friends of Allen County website at
www.FriendsOfAllenCounty.org and fill out the subscription form at the bottom of
the page, or send an email to genealogygems-subscribe@...."

Please pass this notice on to interested individuals or organizations.

Susan Kaufman, Librarian
Allen County Public Library
Historical Genealogy Department
PO Box 2270
200 E. Berry
Fort Wayne, IN 46801-2270
260-421-1225
260-421-1386 (fax)
www.acpl.lib.in.us