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Kindertransport Association #general

Judith Romney Wegner
 

Subject: Re: KinderTransport
A note to the person asking about The KinderTransports.
There is a documentary that will be playing in NYC in
January about the KinderTransports (1938-1939) called
"My Knees Were Jumping" Take a look at its Website at
http://home.earthlink.net/~kinderfilm

Also, the person who asked about this -- and any other interested party
-- might like to contact the Kindertransport Association by e-mailing its
president, Kurt Goldberger, at margkurt@aol.com

The KTA was founded in 1990, one year after its "parent" organization, the
British "Reunion of Kindertransport. KTA has a membership of about 700
former Kinder (including some second generation ("KT2's") out of an
estimated 2,000 who emigrated to USA >from GB after the war.

Those 2,000 were originally among 10,000 children >from Germany, Austria,
and Czechoslovakia (including my husband Peter Wegner, who came to London
from Vienna on a Kindertransport in April 1939)) who were granted entry
visas to England by the British Government following the horrors of
Kristallnacht -- which was when most people outside Germany first realized
that Hitler meant what he said about eliminating the Jews. The British
Parliament, which introduced this initiative, deserves credit for this -- a
similar bill introduced in Congress died in Committee. And no other
country adopted a similar initiative. (As we all know, almost nobody gave
a damn back then!)

I know the President of KTA wants to hear >from any former Kind -- or KT2
-- who would like to know more about the organization, which has held
national reunions every couple of years in various locations. About 300
KTA members (including spouses, children, etc.) have already preregistered
for a big upcoming event -- the 10th anniversary conference of the British
R.o.K., to be held in London in June. Mr. Goldberger can provide details
to any interested former Kind; the London conference is open to former
Kinder and their families.

Judith Romney Wegner


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Kindertransport Association #general

Judith Romney Wegner
 

Subject: Re: KinderTransport
A note to the person asking about The KinderTransports.
There is a documentary that will be playing in NYC in
January about the KinderTransports (1938-1939) called
"My Knees Were Jumping" Take a look at its Website at
http://home.earthlink.net/~kinderfilm

Also, the person who asked about this -- and any other interested party
-- might like to contact the Kindertransport Association by e-mailing its
president, Kurt Goldberger, at margkurt@aol.com

The KTA was founded in 1990, one year after its "parent" organization, the
British "Reunion of Kindertransport. KTA has a membership of about 700
former Kinder (including some second generation ("KT2's") out of an
estimated 2,000 who emigrated to USA >from GB after the war.

Those 2,000 were originally among 10,000 children >from Germany, Austria,
and Czechoslovakia (including my husband Peter Wegner, who came to London
from Vienna on a Kindertransport in April 1939)) who were granted entry
visas to England by the British Government following the horrors of
Kristallnacht -- which was when most people outside Germany first realized
that Hitler meant what he said about eliminating the Jews. The British
Parliament, which introduced this initiative, deserves credit for this -- a
similar bill introduced in Congress died in Committee. And no other
country adopted a similar initiative. (As we all know, almost nobody gave
a damn back then!)

I know the President of KTA wants to hear >from any former Kind -- or KT2
-- who would like to know more about the organization, which has held
national reunions every couple of years in various locations. About 300
KTA members (including spouses, children, etc.) have already preregistered
for a big upcoming event -- the 10th anniversary conference of the British
R.o.K., to be held in London in June. Mr. Goldberger can provide details
to any interested former Kind; the London conference is open to former
Kinder and their families.

Judith Romney Wegner


Re: SSDI mystery #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Sorry to deepen the SSI mysteries but I have found a number
of births listed as 1819 with people who would be 150 or more.
Is it a consistent error of the person typing the date or did
they somehow import the information >from another database and
the importation of data mess all of them up? Afraid that is a
question without an answer.

The other thing many of you have likely already learned but I
just discovered is that the searching on Ancestry.com's link to
SSI is very litteral. I tried searching Nathan Sanders and the
systen did not show the right one to me. The other day I tried
searching Sanders and birth date 1892 and low and behold he
showed up. His first name was not in as Nathan but instead as Nat!

So I would suggest some creative use of the system to all my fellow
researchers. Try combinations of last names and birth years.
Also one that worked for me was I saw a wife who seemed to get her
card late in life. So I took the date issued for her card and did
a search on that last name and her date issued as a date of death.
I found her husband -- a man I never knew the first name for.
Another one that has worked for me is searching the last name
and the zipcode.

Anyone know who maintains the SSI database -- SSI itself --
and how often is it updated?

Happy searching to all and to all a great 1999!

Allan Jordan

aejordan@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: SSDI mystery #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Sorry to deepen the SSI mysteries but I have found a number
of births listed as 1819 with people who would be 150 or more.
Is it a consistent error of the person typing the date or did
they somehow import the information >from another database and
the importation of data mess all of them up? Afraid that is a
question without an answer.

The other thing many of you have likely already learned but I
just discovered is that the searching on Ancestry.com's link to
SSI is very litteral. I tried searching Nathan Sanders and the
systen did not show the right one to me. The other day I tried
searching Sanders and birth date 1892 and low and behold he
showed up. His first name was not in as Nathan but instead as Nat!

So I would suggest some creative use of the system to all my fellow
researchers. Try combinations of last names and birth years.
Also one that worked for me was I saw a wife who seemed to get her
card late in life. So I took the date issued for her card and did
a search on that last name and her date issued as a date of death.
I found her husband -- a man I never knew the first name for.
Another one that has worked for me is searching the last name
and the zipcode.

Anyone know who maintains the SSI database -- SSI itself --
and how often is it updated?

Happy searching to all and to all a great 1999!

Allan Jordan

aejordan@aol.com


Family Finder family discussion #general

Arlene Weiss <Balbec@...>
 

A few days ago I emailed someone on the Family Finder and
received a prompt reply. This morning I received a very rude
reply >from another family member apparently unaware that others
in his family have listed themselves in the JewishGen Family Finder.

I suggest that researchers inform all members of their family
that use the same computer what is going on.

Arlene Weiss
Chicago


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Family Finder family discussion #general

Arlene Weiss <Balbec@...>
 

A few days ago I emailed someone on the Family Finder and
received a prompt reply. This morning I received a very rude
reply >from another family member apparently unaware that others
in his family have listed themselves in the JewishGen Family Finder.

I suggest that researchers inform all members of their family
that use the same computer what is going on.

Arlene Weiss
Chicago


Happy New Year to our friends in the Latvia SIG! #latvia

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

Happy New Year to our friends in the Latvia SIG!

from the Board of Directors of JewishGen, our volunteers worldwide we
want to wish you a very happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.

We also want to extend our deep appreciation to all of you who have
supported JewishGen throughout the year with your time, your
creativity, your sharing of information and your financial support.

As we move closer and closer to the new millenium... JewishGen is
being driven by its mission and its commitment to the Jewish
community.. of "preserving our history for future generations".

To this end, JewishGen is launching a series of new projects in 1999,
including JewishGen ShtetlSchleppers, providing an opportunity for all
of us to walk in the footsteps of our ancestors and to document and
preserve information pertaining to our ancestral shtetls. We are very
pleased and proud of the team we are assembling, a professional team
of guides and researchers in every major country in Eastern Europe, as
well as a dynamic team of JewishGen volunteers who will be serving as
Group Leaders, assisting participants in their planning and research
prior to departure and who will be available on-site as JewishGen's
hosts. We are finalizing pricing as we speak... and will have further
details available within the next few weeks. Stay tuned!

If you have not visited the online ShtetlSchleppers site, please do...
and if you have an interest in participating be sure to complete the
form at the very end and get it back to us ASAP. Groups are being
formed and space is limited. >from the home page
http://www.jewishgen.org scroll down andn click on the
ShtetlSchleppers banner, or go directly to
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlschleppers/


ShtetlSchleppers will provide a unique opportunity to travel on
genealogical tours, visiting the
ancestral villages of our families, culminating in an activity no
other tour offers. Using the latest technology, JewishGen plans to
transfer all documents and information gathered into a single central
electronic storage, management and retrieval system which will be
accessible through the JewishGen web site. (http://www.jewishgen.org)

This is the single element that sets ShtetlSchleppers apart >from all
other tours. Our goal is to insure that Jewish lives, both past and
present, woven into the fabric of social and cultural history, rise
again >from the ashes of the destroyed communities you will be visiting
with JewishGen.

As this new year progresses and we "march" ever so quickly into the
new millenium, there will be no doubt about the role each of us will
have in combining our personal research with the preservation of our
history. It is going to take a concerted effort on all of our parts to
begin the "march", cooperatively and collectively, so together we will
greet the year 2000 with, as one JewishGen'r and survivor recently
wrote, "the most meaningful ex post facto forms of resistance to the
Nazi undertaking in the last twenty years."

To our family and friends around the world... we extend our best
wishes in welcoming in the New Year!

Susan


Latvia SIG #Latvia Happy New Year to our friends in the Latvia SIG! #latvia

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

Happy New Year to our friends in the Latvia SIG!

from the Board of Directors of JewishGen, our volunteers worldwide we
want to wish you a very happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.

We also want to extend our deep appreciation to all of you who have
supported JewishGen throughout the year with your time, your
creativity, your sharing of information and your financial support.

As we move closer and closer to the new millenium... JewishGen is
being driven by its mission and its commitment to the Jewish
community.. of "preserving our history for future generations".

To this end, JewishGen is launching a series of new projects in 1999,
including JewishGen ShtetlSchleppers, providing an opportunity for all
of us to walk in the footsteps of our ancestors and to document and
preserve information pertaining to our ancestral shtetls. We are very
pleased and proud of the team we are assembling, a professional team
of guides and researchers in every major country in Eastern Europe, as
well as a dynamic team of JewishGen volunteers who will be serving as
Group Leaders, assisting participants in their planning and research
prior to departure and who will be available on-site as JewishGen's
hosts. We are finalizing pricing as we speak... and will have further
details available within the next few weeks. Stay tuned!

If you have not visited the online ShtetlSchleppers site, please do...
and if you have an interest in participating be sure to complete the
form at the very end and get it back to us ASAP. Groups are being
formed and space is limited. >from the home page
http://www.jewishgen.org scroll down andn click on the
ShtetlSchleppers banner, or go directly to
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlschleppers/


ShtetlSchleppers will provide a unique opportunity to travel on
genealogical tours, visiting the
ancestral villages of our families, culminating in an activity no
other tour offers. Using the latest technology, JewishGen plans to
transfer all documents and information gathered into a single central
electronic storage, management and retrieval system which will be
accessible through the JewishGen web site. (http://www.jewishgen.org)

This is the single element that sets ShtetlSchleppers apart >from all
other tours. Our goal is to insure that Jewish lives, both past and
present, woven into the fabric of social and cultural history, rise
again >from the ashes of the destroyed communities you will be visiting
with JewishGen.

As this new year progresses and we "march" ever so quickly into the
new millenium, there will be no doubt about the role each of us will
have in combining our personal research with the preservation of our
history. It is going to take a concerted effort on all of our parts to
begin the "march", cooperatively and collectively, so together we will
greet the year 2000 with, as one JewishGen'r and survivor recently
wrote, "the most meaningful ex post facto forms of resistance to the
Nazi undertaking in the last twenty years."

To our family and friends around the world... we extend our best
wishes in welcoming in the New Year!

Susan


Searching VOSKOBOINIK #general

Hector Mondrik <topt@...>
 

I'am researching the VOSKOBOINIK family tree. Please, for any info contact
me at
topt@ciudad.com.ar

Hector Mondrik


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching VOSKOBOINIK #general

Hector Mondrik <topt@...>
 

I'am researching the VOSKOBOINIK family tree. Please, for any info contact
me at
topt@ciudad.com.ar

Hector Mondrik


Searching: BLOCH/ TABORINSKI #general

Joseph Bloch <jkbloch@...>
 

from the Ukraine. Family lore is that the name was originally Taborinski,
but was changed to Bloch so as to avoid being conscripted into the Czar's
army. Another piece of family history is that a great-granduncle was the
highest-ranking Jewish officer in the Russian army, killed defending one of
the palaces in St. Petersburg during one of the earlier revolts in the
1900's.

Does this ring a bell with anyone?


Searching WEINER of Cadilkof and Brooklyn, NYC #general

SBWeiner@...
 

Thanks to JGen encouragement to return to the 1920 NYC census, I think I've
found one of my ggfather Charles WEINER's brothers -- a William WEINER who
lived at 2087 Pacific Road, Brooklyn in 1920. He was age 33, immigrated in
1905 and naturalized in 1912. His wife Celia was 31 years old >from Bielestok,
Russia. Son Sol, age 7, and daughter Celia, age 6, were born in New York City.
Does anybody know these people?

Why do I think I'm related to William? I started off knowing (>from Charles'
obit) that the brothers' names were Louis, Meyer & William, they lived in NYC
in 1923, and (>from Charles' will that) between them they had daughters named
Edith and Ida. In the 1920 census I found a William WEINER of Cadilkov, Russia
living in Brooklyn. The CADILKOV was exciting because my gfather and his
brothers all came >from SUDILKOV in Volhynia (present-day Ukraine). I figured
those 2 town names were close. Indeed when I did a D-M search for CADILKOV in
the JGFF, it pulled up all of the Sudilkov entries. The next interesting fact
is that William worked as a skinner in a fur factory. My ggfather was a
furrier, so perhaps this was a family trade.

What's my next step? I think I should pursue William's naturalization in 1912,
plus search the port of New York entries for 1903. I think I'll also look at a
Brooklyn city directory, when I have a chance to access one. Someone suggested
looking at Brooklyn Eagle obituaries -- is there an index to the Brooklyn
Eagle? Any other ideas?

Thanks again for all of the encouragement and practical suggestions I've
received in response to my recent posting and many earlier postings.

Susan Weiner
Boston


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: BLOCH/ TABORINSKI #general

Joseph Bloch <jkbloch@...>
 

from the Ukraine. Family lore is that the name was originally Taborinski,
but was changed to Bloch so as to avoid being conscripted into the Czar's
army. Another piece of family history is that a great-granduncle was the
highest-ranking Jewish officer in the Russian army, killed defending one of
the palaces in St. Petersburg during one of the earlier revolts in the
1900's.

Does this ring a bell with anyone?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching WEINER of Cadilkof and Brooklyn, NYC #general

SBWeiner@...
 

Thanks to JGen encouragement to return to the 1920 NYC census, I think I've
found one of my ggfather Charles WEINER's brothers -- a William WEINER who
lived at 2087 Pacific Road, Brooklyn in 1920. He was age 33, immigrated in
1905 and naturalized in 1912. His wife Celia was 31 years old >from Bielestok,
Russia. Son Sol, age 7, and daughter Celia, age 6, were born in New York City.
Does anybody know these people?

Why do I think I'm related to William? I started off knowing (>from Charles'
obit) that the brothers' names were Louis, Meyer & William, they lived in NYC
in 1923, and (>from Charles' will that) between them they had daughters named
Edith and Ida. In the 1920 census I found a William WEINER of Cadilkov, Russia
living in Brooklyn. The CADILKOV was exciting because my gfather and his
brothers all came >from SUDILKOV in Volhynia (present-day Ukraine). I figured
those 2 town names were close. Indeed when I did a D-M search for CADILKOV in
the JGFF, it pulled up all of the Sudilkov entries. The next interesting fact
is that William worked as a skinner in a fur factory. My ggfather was a
furrier, so perhaps this was a family trade.

What's my next step? I think I should pursue William's naturalization in 1912,
plus search the port of New York entries for 1903. I think I'll also look at a
Brooklyn city directory, when I have a chance to access one. Someone suggested
looking at Brooklyn Eagle obituaries -- is there an index to the Brooklyn
Eagle? Any other ideas?

Thanks again for all of the encouragement and practical suggestions I've
received in response to my recent posting and many earlier postings.

Susan Weiner
Boston


Re: Address in Warsaw #general

A.Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Don Gallard wrote:

I have a Polish address >from a letter dated 1941. The address reads,
Szlama Icek Rotblatt, 21 Wolynska St., Apt 35, Wasow, Poland. I am
looking for any suggestions as to how I might be able to use this
information to further my Rotblatt family research.
(...)

Cindy Gallard
Denver, Co
I am affraid Cindy, that this 1941 Warsaw address will be difficult to
use in your family search.

This is a street address of the Warsaw Ghetto district.

I am not sure what do you know about Warsaw Ghetto. In November 1940,
400,000 Jews of Warsaw were confined to the restricted area walled by
the 3 yard high brick fence. This was a Warsaw Ghetto.

Wolynska street was located between Mila and Gesia streets in a heart of
Ghetto, ending at Lubecki and Zamenhoff streets.
Ghetto was completely destroyed by Germans following the 1943 Uprising.

Not so many have managed to escaped >from Ghetto.

I'd like to thank my Gentile Polish and Polish Jewish friends for
assisting me in research and comparison pre-war, Warsaw Ghetto and
current Warsaw maps in search for Wolynska Street.
Alexander Sharon

Calgary


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Address in Warsaw #general

A.Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Don Gallard wrote:

I have a Polish address >from a letter dated 1941. The address reads,
Szlama Icek Rotblatt, 21 Wolynska St., Apt 35, Wasow, Poland. I am
looking for any suggestions as to how I might be able to use this
information to further my Rotblatt family research.
(...)

Cindy Gallard
Denver, Co
I am affraid Cindy, that this 1941 Warsaw address will be difficult to
use in your family search.

This is a street address of the Warsaw Ghetto district.

I am not sure what do you know about Warsaw Ghetto. In November 1940,
400,000 Jews of Warsaw were confined to the restricted area walled by
the 3 yard high brick fence. This was a Warsaw Ghetto.

Wolynska street was located between Mila and Gesia streets in a heart of
Ghetto, ending at Lubecki and Zamenhoff streets.
Ghetto was completely destroyed by Germans following the 1943 Uprising.

Not so many have managed to escaped >from Ghetto.

I'd like to thank my Gentile Polish and Polish Jewish friends for
assisting me in research and comparison pre-war, Warsaw Ghetto and
current Warsaw maps in search for Wolynska Street.
Alexander Sharon

Calgary


Re: Searching the surname BUCHDAHL #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 98-12-30 19:52:54 EST, richard@buckdale.com.au writes:

<< My great-great-grandfather was
Meyer Buchdahl, born 1812 in Lichtenau, died 23.11.1888 in
Lichtenau. He married Hanna Rosenthal, born in Martfeld. Meyer had
some siblings including Markus (b 1816 (?) d 22.12.1890 Lichtenau). >>

==ShtetlSeeker shows no Buchdahl, 15 Lichtenaus (plus half a
dozen near-misses) and one Hartfeld by the Weser river in NW
Germany. It would help to know which Lichtenau you are seeking.
Was it the one near Martfeld? Was it in Bavaria, near Roedlingen
(I have family connections there). Once you know which village
to seek in, find the local archive office and contact them for
information. The Germans were, aside >from anything else,
meticulous and their records will show when and where each person
was born, died, married; lived where and when, parents info,
spouse and spouse's parents info and so on.

Actually, since your father was born in Wiesbaden and you know
the date, you'd best start off your search in Wiesbaden, which
is probably large enough to have its own city archivist. I
suggest you make a web search for Wiesbaden; most German towns
of any significance have a web page. You may find a listing--
even an e-mail address--for the archivist's office or the
Stadsamt or the Burgermeister; simply e-mail them and ask
what to do. If you have t write them, include a couple of
international reply coupons and ask them what the fee is . . . .

You might get more specific help >from the Gersig List
(see www.jewishgen.org to get on the gersig list.

Happy hunting

Michael Bernet, New York
*******************************
seeking:

BERNET, BERNAT, BAERNET, BERNERTH etc >from Frensdorf, Bamberg, Nurnberg
KONIGSHOFER: Welbhausen, Konigshofen, Furth; PODHERATZKI: Paris, Nurnberg.
ALTMANN: Kattowitz, Breslau, Poznan, Beuthen--Upper Silesia/Poland
WOLF: Frankfurt (Aron Wolf m. Babette Goldschmidt ca 1860) also in Wurzburg,
also Sali WOLF, Rotterdam

MODERATOR NOTE: Perhaps a bit more definitve directions are
in order. <grin> Gersig is the JewishGen German-Jewish Special
Interest Group and one can get subscription information by going
to the homepage, <http://www.jewishgen.org> and clicking on the
link to the Special Interest Groups.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching the surname BUCHDAHL #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 98-12-30 19:52:54 EST, richard@buckdale.com.au writes:

<< My great-great-grandfather was
Meyer Buchdahl, born 1812 in Lichtenau, died 23.11.1888 in
Lichtenau. He married Hanna Rosenthal, born in Martfeld. Meyer had
some siblings including Markus (b 1816 (?) d 22.12.1890 Lichtenau). >>

==ShtetlSeeker shows no Buchdahl, 15 Lichtenaus (plus half a
dozen near-misses) and one Hartfeld by the Weser river in NW
Germany. It would help to know which Lichtenau you are seeking.
Was it the one near Martfeld? Was it in Bavaria, near Roedlingen
(I have family connections there). Once you know which village
to seek in, find the local archive office and contact them for
information. The Germans were, aside >from anything else,
meticulous and their records will show when and where each person
was born, died, married; lived where and when, parents info,
spouse and spouse's parents info and so on.

Actually, since your father was born in Wiesbaden and you know
the date, you'd best start off your search in Wiesbaden, which
is probably large enough to have its own city archivist. I
suggest you make a web search for Wiesbaden; most German towns
of any significance have a web page. You may find a listing--
even an e-mail address--for the archivist's office or the
Stadsamt or the Burgermeister; simply e-mail them and ask
what to do. If you have t write them, include a couple of
international reply coupons and ask them what the fee is . . . .

You might get more specific help >from the Gersig List
(see www.jewishgen.org to get on the gersig list.

Happy hunting

Michael Bernet, New York
*******************************
seeking:

BERNET, BERNAT, BAERNET, BERNERTH etc >from Frensdorf, Bamberg, Nurnberg
KONIGSHOFER: Welbhausen, Konigshofen, Furth; PODHERATZKI: Paris, Nurnberg.
ALTMANN: Kattowitz, Breslau, Poznan, Beuthen--Upper Silesia/Poland
WOLF: Frankfurt (Aron Wolf m. Babette Goldschmidt ca 1860) also in Wurzburg,
also Sali WOLF, Rotterdam

MODERATOR NOTE: Perhaps a bit more definitve directions are
in order. <grin> Gersig is the JewishGen German-Jewish Special
Interest Group and one can get subscription information by going
to the homepage, <http://www.jewishgen.org> and clicking on the
link to the Special Interest Groups.


Searching the name SAFIER #general

Corinne Silver <corinnesilver@...>
 

Please can you help me in my search for my family. My
Great-Grandfather (Paternal) was called Maks (Meir/Meyer) SAFIER. He
was married to Sara (Soroh) SCHELBOFSKI. He naturalized as a British
citizen on the 21st of April 1897 when he lived in Lucas Street,
London, E1. On his naturalization certificate it states that he was a
subject of Russia having been born at Veikes, Rudam. He was the son of
Israel and Sarah SAFIER. Maks had four children who in 1897 were,
Annie 7, Dora 5, Israel 4, Samuel 2.
Israel married Irene (Rifka) JACOBS whos father had been an Alderman
of City of London. His name, we think, was Harold or Hymie. The family
were members of Bevis Marks Synagogue. He was a wholesaler.
Israel & Irene had 1 son, Geoffrey, who married Muriel Silver, who was
the daughter of Bobby (Reuven) SILVER (SILVERSTEIN) whos family owned
Silversteins Salt Beef Bar in Whitechapel. Bobby's wife, who is still
alive, is called Anne but was born as Hannah MANNHEIM.
The family changed their name to MANNING. Her mothers name was
Jane/Sheindel MANNHEIM and she came >from a village outside Warsaw. Her
husband apperently died quite young and the trail has stopped here.

I am searching for these names. SAFIER, SCHELBOFSKI, JACOBS,
SILVERSTEIN, MANNING, MANNHEIM and SILVER.

We know that one of the JACOBS sisters married into the GOLDMAN family
who moved to USA in the 1950's/60's. We are also aware that SAFIER
spelt this way was unusual and when my Father was alive there were
only three listings in the UK for that spelling, now there are none.

Family heresay tells us that some of Maks' (Meyer's) family fled to
the USA and he was on his way there when he got off at the wrong port,
London, therfore I would be pleased to hear >from any SAFIER or SAFIR.

Please email me on corinnesilver@yahoo.com


Searching VOSKOBOINIK #general

Hector Mondrik <topt@...>
 

I'm researching the VOSKOBOINIK family tree. Please contact
me for any info at <topt@ciudad.com.ar>
Hector Mondrik