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Roberto Krijnik--please email me. #general

anitac47@...
 

Apologies for putting this on the list but my computer finally died and I need to
have Roberto contact me.

Thanks
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY
Searching NADWORNY mostly-->from anywhere (not NADBORNY).


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Roberto Krijnik--please email me. #general

anitac47@...
 

Apologies for putting this on the list but my computer finally died and I need to
have Roberto contact me.

Thanks
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY
Searching NADWORNY mostly-->from anywhere (not NADBORNY).


Visit to Mannheim by 'Former Resident' #germany

james bauer <jbauer87@...>
 

In 1996, I returned to Mannheim with my mother, a 'former resident' of the
city. She was one of about a dozen 'former residents' who were invited
back; each year, the city invites back people of a certain age (she was 75
at the time).

We had a great time and the city's representatives couldn't have been nicer.

The group was there for about 12 days; the city paid for her airfare and
hotel. Each day there were scheduled activities, including visits to the
local museums, parks, a dinner with the mayor and town officials and a
shabbos meal and service with the Jewish congregation. We were also
'paired' with a local family that had some connection to the former/current Jewish
community and they spent time with us and invited us to dinner at their house.

The local residents were sensitive, warm and friendly and did everything
they could to make the visit pleasant.

My mother was invited because she was on the burgermeister's mailing list
and she continues to receive Christmas presents and other mailings >from the city.

Jim Bauer, Garden City, New York, USA jbauer87@...


German SIG #Germany Visit to Mannheim by 'Former Resident' #germany

james bauer <jbauer87@...>
 

In 1996, I returned to Mannheim with my mother, a 'former resident' of the
city. She was one of about a dozen 'former residents' who were invited
back; each year, the city invites back people of a certain age (she was 75
at the time).

We had a great time and the city's representatives couldn't have been nicer.

The group was there for about 12 days; the city paid for her airfare and
hotel. Each day there were scheduled activities, including visits to the
local museums, parks, a dinner with the mayor and town officials and a
shabbos meal and service with the Jewish congregation. We were also
'paired' with a local family that had some connection to the former/current Jewish
community and they spent time with us and invited us to dinner at their house.

The local residents were sensitive, warm and friendly and did everything
they could to make the visit pleasant.

My mother was invited because she was on the burgermeister's mailing list
and she continues to receive Christmas presents and other mailings >from the city.

Jim Bauer, Garden City, New York, USA jbauer87@...


Rose HAGER sister of Max GLATZER New York to Calif. #general

JELORRAINE
 

If any Los Angeles Calif genners or living family of Rose HAGER who died
11/26/1969, sister of Moses Max GLATZER deceased since 7/55 reads this I would
love to hear >from you. Jewel Glazer, jelorraine@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rose HAGER sister of Max GLATZER New York to Calif. #general

JELORRAINE
 

If any Los Angeles Calif genners or living family of Rose HAGER who died
11/26/1969, sister of Moses Max GLATZER deceased since 7/55 reads this I would
love to hear >from you. Jewel Glazer, jelorraine@...


Re: TIETZ / GERST / FUERSTENHEIM in Chemnitz #germany

Dr. Juergen Nitsche <JuNitsche@...>
 

I seek information about the department store H.& C. TIETZ in
Chemnitz (celebrating 100 years). The original firm was founded by
Markus TIETZ in Bamberg , one of the brothers. In the building project
were included brother Sali and Leopold KAUFMANN. The later owner was
Gustav GERST. The only known manager was Hermann FUERSTENHEIM, killed
November 10, 1938.

I am trying to reconstruct parts of the family tree of the well-known
family TIETZ.

I have been doing so for about a year, but there are still some gaps I
would like to fill. The book will be published in some weeks.

I have contacted a lot of institutions, companies and researchers, but
the results were mostly the same. Could you recomend somebody who might
be able and willing to help me? All advice and information are very
welcome. Thank you very much in advance!

Juergen Nitsche, Chemnitz, Germany -

Researching:
TIETZ - Birnbaum (Posen), Prenzlau, Berlin, Gera, Bamberg,
BAUMANN - Birnbaum (Posen),
GERST - Bamberg, Frankfurt (Main), Sveden, New York,
FUERSTENHEIM - Bahn (Pommern), Berlin, Chemnitz
KAUFMANN - Frankfurt (Main)


German SIG #Germany Re: TIETZ / GERST / FUERSTENHEIM in Chemnitz #germany

Dr. Juergen Nitsche <JuNitsche@...>
 

I seek information about the department store H.& C. TIETZ in
Chemnitz (celebrating 100 years). The original firm was founded by
Markus TIETZ in Bamberg , one of the brothers. In the building project
were included brother Sali and Leopold KAUFMANN. The later owner was
Gustav GERST. The only known manager was Hermann FUERSTENHEIM, killed
November 10, 1938.

I am trying to reconstruct parts of the family tree of the well-known
family TIETZ.

I have been doing so for about a year, but there are still some gaps I
would like to fill. The book will be published in some weeks.

I have contacted a lot of institutions, companies and researchers, but
the results were mostly the same. Could you recomend somebody who might
be able and willing to help me? All advice and information are very
welcome. Thank you very much in advance!

Juergen Nitsche, Chemnitz, Germany -

Researching:
TIETZ - Birnbaum (Posen), Prenzlau, Berlin, Gera, Bamberg,
BAUMANN - Birnbaum (Posen),
GERST - Bamberg, Frankfurt (Main), Sveden, New York,
FUERSTENHEIM - Bahn (Pommern), Berlin, Chemnitz
KAUFMANN - Frankfurt (Main)


Re: FINN from NJ #general

Ted <tmargulis@...>
 

"Have any of you known any Jewish FINN's who lived in New Jersey?
Best, Steve Orlen"

Though I didn't know any Jewish 'Finns' >from New Jersey, this is not the
most commonest of names, so when I saw your posting, it reminded me of a
Finn family who lived in Duluth, Minnesota and I believe also in Superior,
Wisconsin >from the late 1800. I don't know if the family is still living
there, but one Jerry Finn lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.

I hope that is of some value to you Steve.

Warm Regards,
Ted Margulis
Palm Desert, CA
http://jewishwebindex.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: FINN from NJ #general

Ted <tmargulis@...>
 

"Have any of you known any Jewish FINN's who lived in New Jersey?
Best, Steve Orlen"

Though I didn't know any Jewish 'Finns' >from New Jersey, this is not the
most commonest of names, so when I saw your posting, it reminded me of a
Finn family who lived in Duluth, Minnesota and I believe also in Superior,
Wisconsin >from the late 1800. I don't know if the family is still living
there, but one Jerry Finn lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.

I hope that is of some value to you Steve.

Warm Regards,
Ted Margulis
Palm Desert, CA
http://jewishwebindex.com


Re: Refugee visits to German home towns #germany

bert katz <bkatz@...>
 

Several years back, I sent a request to the city of Frankfurt
wanting to be included in their refugee return visit program.

The answer that I received >from the 'Stadt Frankfurt Am Main'
indicated that I did not live there long enough to be included into
the program, but that they would send me information about prewar
Jewish institutions >from time to time.

I lived >from the end of 1938 to October 1940 at the Juedische
Waisenhaus (Jewish orphanage) on the Roederbergweg and attended the
Samson Raphael Hirsch Realschule and the Philantropien Schule. If
anybody has any information about what happened to the children in the
home, I would be very interested hearing it. Thanks,

Bert Katz Brookline, MA bkatz@...


Re: SCHUPAK Research: Mind your "S"s and "L"s #general

Paul Silverstone <paulh@...>
 

I can corroborate that as I found my grandmother Esther SILBERSTEIN
under L as Lilberstein,and her mother Rifka SILBERSTEIN as Rifka Lieberstein.

--
Paul Silverstone
New York
please reply to paulh@...

m leonards wrote:

Evan Fishman asked why the entries for "Schtshupak" did not appear on
any of Steve Morse's EIDB search pages.

Using the "Missing Manifests" resource, and the Roll/Frame information
the Evan provided, I located the immigrant just above the Schtshupak
family: Reise Rosenberg of Odessa. I then used the "gray" page
(although all of them would have worked) to find Reise.

Then, I opted for the "Text Manifest", which is the manifest, as
transcribed.

The entry after Rosenberg, Reise is:

Lchtschupak, Schmul

Now, this was a _very_ common transcription mistake. If you're
searching for a name (given or surname) that begins with and "S", try
it with an "L".

Best wishes,
Monica Leonards
suburban Philadelphia
---
mailto:m_leonards@...


German SIG #Germany Re: Refugee visits to German home towns #germany

bert katz <bkatz@...>
 

Several years back, I sent a request to the city of Frankfurt
wanting to be included in their refugee return visit program.

The answer that I received >from the 'Stadt Frankfurt Am Main'
indicated that I did not live there long enough to be included into
the program, but that they would send me information about prewar
Jewish institutions >from time to time.

I lived >from the end of 1938 to October 1940 at the Juedische
Waisenhaus (Jewish orphanage) on the Roederbergweg and attended the
Samson Raphael Hirsch Realschule and the Philantropien Schule. If
anybody has any information about what happened to the children in the
home, I would be very interested hearing it. Thanks,

Bert Katz Brookline, MA bkatz@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: SCHUPAK Research: Mind your "S"s and "L"s #general

Paul Silverstone <paulh@...>
 

I can corroborate that as I found my grandmother Esther SILBERSTEIN
under L as Lilberstein,and her mother Rifka SILBERSTEIN as Rifka Lieberstein.

--
Paul Silverstone
New York
please reply to paulh@...

m leonards wrote:

Evan Fishman asked why the entries for "Schtshupak" did not appear on
any of Steve Morse's EIDB search pages.

Using the "Missing Manifests" resource, and the Roll/Frame information
the Evan provided, I located the immigrant just above the Schtshupak
family: Reise Rosenberg of Odessa. I then used the "gray" page
(although all of them would have worked) to find Reise.

Then, I opted for the "Text Manifest", which is the manifest, as
transcribed.

The entry after Rosenberg, Reise is:

Lchtschupak, Schmul

Now, this was a _very_ common transcription mistake. If you're
searching for a name (given or surname) that begins with and "S", try
it with an "L".

Best wishes,
Monica Leonards
suburban Philadelphia
---
mailto:m_leonards@...


looking for burial details for Austrian Grandfather #general

MARTIN RUBIN <martinrubin001@...>
 

My late Autrian Grandfather was Samuel RUBIN. The last trace I have of him
was in Wien in 1938. I cannot find refernce to him on the DOEW site for
Austrian holocaust victims or on the worldwide Jewish burials site. Can
anyone advise me where else to look, to discover his fate and where he died
/ is buried? I have written to the Jewish community @ IKG WIEN but no reply
yet recieved.

Please mail me directly - thank you.
Martin Rubin
martinrubin001@...


1939 Polish Marriage Record #general

Hennie Greenland <henniemg@...>
 

I recently discovered that my aunt Sarah MOLDAUER, a naturalized Anerican
citizen, was married in Lesko, Poland on August 29, 1939 to Chiel Herman
FORTGANG.

Does anyone know how or where to obtain a copy of this marriage record?

Thanks in advance for your help. Please reply privately to

Hennie Greenland @TomHennie@...
Researching MOLDAUER, GINSBURG, KRIESBERG, and FORTGANG >from the Stryy,
Lesko, Boryslaw area of Poland and the Ukraine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen looking for burial details for Austrian Grandfather #general

MARTIN RUBIN <martinrubin001@...>
 

My late Autrian Grandfather was Samuel RUBIN. The last trace I have of him
was in Wien in 1938. I cannot find refernce to him on the DOEW site for
Austrian holocaust victims or on the worldwide Jewish burials site. Can
anyone advise me where else to look, to discover his fate and where he died
/ is buried? I have written to the Jewish community @ IKG WIEN but no reply
yet recieved.

Please mail me directly - thank you.
Martin Rubin
martinrubin001@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 1939 Polish Marriage Record #general

Hennie Greenland <henniemg@...>
 

I recently discovered that my aunt Sarah MOLDAUER, a naturalized Anerican
citizen, was married in Lesko, Poland on August 29, 1939 to Chiel Herman
FORTGANG.

Does anyone know how or where to obtain a copy of this marriage record?

Thanks in advance for your help. Please reply privately to

Hennie Greenland @TomHennie@...
Researching MOLDAUER, GINSBURG, KRIESBERG, and FORTGANG >from the Stryy,
Lesko, Boryslaw area of Poland and the Ukraine


location of Zal Kedrova/Sala Kedrowa #general

Paula Eisenstein Baker
 

Dear listers,

I am trying to locate a hall called "Zal Kedrova/Sala Kedrowa."

According to information on a poster, Leo TSEYTLIN produced a concert there Sat,
July 22, 1922; his wife, Esther SITITSKAIA, sang, and he may have performed
(on viola). At that time they were living in Vilna, so I have always assumed that
the concert took place there, but a research librarian in Vilnius who investigated
it thoroughly (and whom I trust) tells me that there has never been a hall by that
name in Vilna. So . . .

Possible clues for where the concert took place:

(1) The poster was printed in Vilna, so I assume the concert took place not far
from there, *but* there seems to be no mention of it in the Vilna newspapers, so
maybe it didn't. The posters are small enough (approximately 19 x 24 in.) that
they could have been carried easily.

(2) The poster is in two languages, Yiddish and Polish (*not* Russian).

(3) No address is given for the hall; either the city was small enough that no a
ddress was necessary, *or* the hall was very well known. A dance followed the
concert.

(4) TSEYTLIN and his wife were both originally >from Pinsk; possibly it took place
there.

Private replies, please, to < eisenbak@... > unless you think they are of
interest to the group. Please excuse multiple postings.

Paula Eisenstein Baker
Music Dept
Univ of St. Thomas, Houston (since this is an inquiry of professional interest to
me)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen location of Zal Kedrova/Sala Kedrowa #general

Paula Eisenstein Baker
 

Dear listers,

I am trying to locate a hall called "Zal Kedrova/Sala Kedrowa."

According to information on a poster, Leo TSEYTLIN produced a concert there Sat,
July 22, 1922; his wife, Esther SITITSKAIA, sang, and he may have performed
(on viola). At that time they were living in Vilna, so I have always assumed that
the concert took place there, but a research librarian in Vilnius who investigated
it thoroughly (and whom I trust) tells me that there has never been a hall by that
name in Vilna. So . . .

Possible clues for where the concert took place:

(1) The poster was printed in Vilna, so I assume the concert took place not far
from there, *but* there seems to be no mention of it in the Vilna newspapers, so
maybe it didn't. The posters are small enough (approximately 19 x 24 in.) that
they could have been carried easily.

(2) The poster is in two languages, Yiddish and Polish (*not* Russian).

(3) No address is given for the hall; either the city was small enough that no a
ddress was necessary, *or* the hall was very well known. A dance followed the
concert.

(4) TSEYTLIN and his wife were both originally >from Pinsk; possibly it took place
there.

Private replies, please, to < eisenbak@... > unless you think they are of
interest to the group. Please excuse multiple postings.

Paula Eisenstein Baker
Music Dept
Univ of St. Thomas, Houston (since this is an inquiry of professional interest to
me)