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Re: (Italy) Database of Foreign Jews Interned in Italy During World War II #general

Sal & Ellen Barbieri <elsal@...>
 

http://annapizzuti.it/
Under Regioni & Provencie and Area Download- Internati-- Anna P. has 2 lists
for Ferramonti with 1807 and 3280 internees.
She also has lists throughout other Italian provinces & I think other
places.

Bierman's book- Ship Pentcho left Bratislavia for Palestine with 500, has
some info on fate of people who left boat in Greece as well as those who
wound up in Ferramonti.

Ellen Barbieri
San Diego CA
Researcher # 8286

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Tom Klein wrote:

From: tomk@...
Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2017 10:31:20 -0400

The US Holocaust Memorial Museum also has the list of Jews >from Rhodes
interned at Ferramonti, 533 names, and it can be browsed:

https://www.ushmm.org/online/hsv/person_advance_search.php?SourceId=20882


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: (Italy) Database of Foreign Jews Interned in Italy During World War II #general

Sal & Ellen Barbieri <elsal@...>
 

http://annapizzuti.it/
Under Regioni & Provencie and Area Download- Internati-- Anna P. has 2 lists
for Ferramonti with 1807 and 3280 internees.
She also has lists throughout other Italian provinces & I think other
places.

Bierman's book- Ship Pentcho left Bratislavia for Palestine with 500, has
some info on fate of people who left boat in Greece as well as those who
wound up in Ferramonti.

Ellen Barbieri
San Diego CA
Researcher # 8286

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Tom Klein wrote:

From: tomk@...
Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2017 10:31:20 -0400

The US Holocaust Memorial Museum also has the list of Jews >from Rhodes
interned at Ferramonti, 533 names, and it can be browsed:

https://www.ushmm.org/online/hsv/person_advance_search.php?SourceId=20882


Looking for the Shrager Family in Philadelphia #general

WALTER SPECTOR
 

Dear Genners,

I have picture >from Ida Shrager Becker's, my aunt, 60th birthday
party in 1955 at the Golden Slipper Club. The families attending are
Becker and Shrager. I can identify all the Becker related people.
There are four unidentified people who I think are related Shragers.
Are they Ida's brothers and their wives or her sister? I am looking
for members of the extended Shrager family to identify the unknown
Shragers.

A July 7, 1956 obituary for Israel Shrager lists the following
survivors:

Wife: Lena

Children: Harry, Albert, Nathan Philip, Frances Hecht

Brother to: Jonah, Ida Becker, Sarah Chadiker

The family lived on the 4900 Block of N 7th St.

Your assistance to complete this family story is greatly appreciated.

Regards
Walter Spector
Philadelphia

Searching:
SPECTOR- Zaslov (Izyaslov) Volhynia Gub. Ukraine-Woodbine NJ-Phila. PA;
EBY/Glaymen (AB) Rushany, Grodno Gub. Belarus-Woodbine NJ- Phila.PA;
BECKER- Klevan, Rovno Phila. PA Brooklyn NY: GREENSTEIN-Boston MA:
SELTZER(ZELTZER)Rovno, Klevan, Alexandria; Poland-Brooklyn NY
LONDE, LANDAU,LONDON, LANDER, Proskrov- Phila. PA BOGATIN Lida, Belarus
Philadelphia, Atlantic City NJ PITKOWSKI Rushany, Grodno Gub.


ViewMate translation request - Polish #general

Asher Vardi
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM56943

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Asher Vardi


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Polish #general

Asher Vardi
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM56943

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.

Asher Vardi


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for the Shrager Family in Philadelphia #general

WALTER SPECTOR
 

Dear Genners,

I have picture >from Ida Shrager Becker's, my aunt, 60th birthday
party in 1955 at the Golden Slipper Club. The families attending are
Becker and Shrager. I can identify all the Becker related people.
There are four unidentified people who I think are related Shragers.
Are they Ida's brothers and their wives or her sister? I am looking
for members of the extended Shrager family to identify the unknown
Shragers.

A July 7, 1956 obituary for Israel Shrager lists the following
survivors:

Wife: Lena

Children: Harry, Albert, Nathan Philip, Frances Hecht

Brother to: Jonah, Ida Becker, Sarah Chadiker

The family lived on the 4900 Block of N 7th St.

Your assistance to complete this family story is greatly appreciated.

Regards
Walter Spector
Philadelphia

Searching:
SPECTOR- Zaslov (Izyaslov) Volhynia Gub. Ukraine-Woodbine NJ-Phila. PA;
EBY/Glaymen (AB) Rushany, Grodno Gub. Belarus-Woodbine NJ- Phila.PA;
BECKER- Klevan, Rovno Phila. PA Brooklyn NY: GREENSTEIN-Boston MA:
SELTZER(ZELTZER)Rovno, Klevan, Alexandria; Poland-Brooklyn NY
LONDE, LANDAU,LONDON, LANDER, Proskrov- Phila. PA BOGATIN Lida, Belarus
Philadelphia, Atlantic City NJ PITKOWSKI Rushany, Grodno Gub.


Russian Archives #general

David Goldman
 

One of the problems dealing with Russian archives is that they seem to be be
strict about insisting on proof of relationships through documentation. For
example, I cannot prove with actual documentation my relationship to my
mother's mother's mother's sister and her son (i.e. my maternal
grandmother's aunt and her first cousin). The archives in Ukraine do not
seem to be strict like this (for the moment anyway).
David Goldman
NYC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Russian Archives #general

David Goldman
 

One of the problems dealing with Russian archives is that they seem to be be
strict about insisting on proof of relationships through documentation. For
example, I cannot prove with actual documentation my relationship to my
mother's mother's mother's sister and her son (i.e. my maternal
grandmother's aunt and her first cousin). The archives in Ukraine do not
seem to be strict like this (for the moment anyway).
David Goldman
NYC


New York Jewish Genealogy Course begins August 4 #poland

Phyllis Kramer
 

Did your family live in New York? There are many interesting research
possibilities in the Big Apple! JewishGen's Intermediate Course,
Breaking Brick Walls in the United States, will focus on New York
Resources. This course will be especially useful to those who visit
NY; we'll have suggestions on where to research, where to wander and
how to get there.

If, despite basic online research (census >from familysearch &
ancestry, vital records >from italiangen) you have not yet found the
Hebrew names, birth year or town for your U.S. immigrant ancestors
consider this course as it focuses on the more esoteric documents our
ancestors generated, including naturalization, military and
governmental records, death records (probate, obituaries, cemeteries),
and local archival research.

We are proud to feature a personal mentoring program; students use our
online FORUM, post an ancestral branch, set goals for research, and
work one on one with the instructor. Eight text lessons can be
downloaded to read at your own pace and an optional field trip to a
New York archive will be scheduled. This course is open for
enrollment. PLEASE read the course descriptions and requirements
(8-10 hours per week) on
www.jewishgen.org/education/description.asp?course=40088
and email any questions.

I look forward to interfacing with every student.
Phyllis Kramer, New York City
VP Education
www.jewishgen.org/education


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland New York Jewish Genealogy Course begins August 4 #poland

Phyllis Kramer
 

Did your family live in New York? There are many interesting research
possibilities in the Big Apple! JewishGen's Intermediate Course,
Breaking Brick Walls in the United States, will focus on New York
Resources. This course will be especially useful to those who visit
NY; we'll have suggestions on where to research, where to wander and
how to get there.

If, despite basic online research (census >from familysearch &
ancestry, vital records >from italiangen) you have not yet found the
Hebrew names, birth year or town for your U.S. immigrant ancestors
consider this course as it focuses on the more esoteric documents our
ancestors generated, including naturalization, military and
governmental records, death records (probate, obituaries, cemeteries),
and local archival research.

We are proud to feature a personal mentoring program; students use our
online FORUM, post an ancestral branch, set goals for research, and
work one on one with the instructor. Eight text lessons can be
downloaded to read at your own pace and an optional field trip to a
New York archive will be scheduled. This course is open for
enrollment. PLEASE read the course descriptions and requirements
(8-10 hours per week) on
www.jewishgen.org/education/description.asp?course=40088
and email any questions.

I look forward to interfacing with every student.
Phyllis Kramer, New York City
VP Education
www.jewishgen.org/education


New York Jewish Genealogy Course begins August 4 #poland #lodz

Phyllis Kramer
 

Did your family live in New York? There are many interesting research
possibilities in the Big Apple! JewishGen's Intermediate Course,
Breaking Brick Walls in the United States, will focus on New York
Resources. This course will be especially useful to those who visit
NY; we'll have suggestions on where to research, where to wander and
how to get there.

If, despite basic online research (census >from familysearch &
ancestry, vital records >from italiangen) you have not yet found the
Hebrew names, birth year or town for your U.S. immigrant ancestors
consider this course as it focuses on the more esoteric documents our
ancestors generated, including naturalization, military and
governmental records, death records (probate, obituaries, cemeteries),
and local archival research.

We are proud to feature a personal mentoring program; students use our
online FORUM, post an ancestral branch, set goals for research, and
work one on one with the instructor. Eight text lessons can be
downloaded to read at your own pace and an optional field trip to a
New York archive will be scheduled. This course is open for
enrollment. PLEASE read the course descriptions and requirements
(8-10 hours per week) on
www.jewishgen.org/education/description.asp?course=40088
and email any questions.

I look forward to interfacing with every student.
Phyllis Kramer, New York City
VP Education
www.jewishgen.org/education


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland New York Jewish Genealogy Course begins August 4 #lodz #poland

Phyllis Kramer
 

Did your family live in New York? There are many interesting research
possibilities in the Big Apple! JewishGen's Intermediate Course,
Breaking Brick Walls in the United States, will focus on New York
Resources. This course will be especially useful to those who visit
NY; we'll have suggestions on where to research, where to wander and
how to get there.

If, despite basic online research (census >from familysearch &
ancestry, vital records >from italiangen) you have not yet found the
Hebrew names, birth year or town for your U.S. immigrant ancestors
consider this course as it focuses on the more esoteric documents our
ancestors generated, including naturalization, military and
governmental records, death records (probate, obituaries, cemeteries),
and local archival research.

We are proud to feature a personal mentoring program; students use our
online FORUM, post an ancestral branch, set goals for research, and
work one on one with the instructor. Eight text lessons can be
downloaded to read at your own pace and an optional field trip to a
New York archive will be scheduled. This course is open for
enrollment. PLEASE read the course descriptions and requirements
(8-10 hours per week) on
www.jewishgen.org/education/description.asp?course=40088
and email any questions.

I look forward to interfacing with every student.
Phyllis Kramer, New York City
VP Education
www.jewishgen.org/education


New York Jewish Genealogy Course begins August 4 #lithuania

Phyllis Kramer
 

Did your family live in New York? There are many interesting research
possibilities in the Big Apple! JewishGen's Intermediate Course,
Breaking Brick Walls in the United States, will focus on New York
Resources. This course will be especially useful to those who visit
NY; we'll have suggestions on where to research, where to wander and
how to get there.

If, despite basic online research (census >from familysearch &
ancestry, vital records >from italiangen) you have not yet found the
Hebrew names, birth year or town for your U.S. immigrant ancestors
consider this course as it focuses on the more esoteric documents our
ancestors generated, including naturalization, military and
governmental records, death records (probate, obituaries, cemeteries),
and local archival research.

We are proud to feature a personal mentoring program; students use our
online FORUM, post an ancestral branch, set goals for research, and
work one on one with the instructor. Eight text lessons can be
downloaded to read at your own pace and an optional field trip to a
New York archive will be scheduled. This course is open for
enrollment. PLEASE read the course descriptions and requirements
(8-10 hours per week) on
www.jewishgen.org/education/description.asp?course=40088
and email any questions.

I look forward to interfacing with every student.
Phyllis Kramer, New York City
VP Education
www.jewishgen.org/education


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania New York Jewish Genealogy Course begins August 4 #lithuania

Phyllis Kramer
 

Did your family live in New York? There are many interesting research
possibilities in the Big Apple! JewishGen's Intermediate Course,
Breaking Brick Walls in the United States, will focus on New York
Resources. This course will be especially useful to those who visit
NY; we'll have suggestions on where to research, where to wander and
how to get there.

If, despite basic online research (census >from familysearch &
ancestry, vital records >from italiangen) you have not yet found the
Hebrew names, birth year or town for your U.S. immigrant ancestors
consider this course as it focuses on the more esoteric documents our
ancestors generated, including naturalization, military and
governmental records, death records (probate, obituaries, cemeteries),
and local archival research.

We are proud to feature a personal mentoring program; students use our
online FORUM, post an ancestral branch, set goals for research, and
work one on one with the instructor. Eight text lessons can be
downloaded to read at your own pace and an optional field trip to a
New York archive will be scheduled. This course is open for
enrollment. PLEASE read the course descriptions and requirements
(8-10 hours per week) on
www.jewishgen.org/education/description.asp?course=40088
and email any questions.

I look forward to interfacing with every student.
Phyllis Kramer, New York City
VP Education
www.jewishgen.org/education


New York Jewish Genealogy Course begins August 4 #poland

Phyllis Kramer
 

Did your family live in New York? There are many interesting research
possibilities in the Big Apple! JewishGen's Intermediate Course,
Breaking Brick Walls in the United States, will focus on New York
Resources. This course will be especially useful to those who visit
NY; we'll have suggestions on where to research, where to wander and
how to get there.

If, despite basic online research (census >from familysearch &
ancestry, vital records >from italiangen) you have not yet found the
Hebrew names, birth year or town for your U.S. immigrant ancestors
consider this course as it focuses on the more esoteric documents our
ancestors generated, including naturalization, military and
governmental records, death records (probate, obituaries, cemeteries),
and local archival research.

We are proud to feature a personal mentoring program; students use our
online FORUM, post an ancestral branch, set goals for research, and
work one on one with the instructor. Eight text lessons can be
downloaded to read at your own pace and an optional field trip to a
New York archive will be scheduled. This course is open for
enrollment. PLEASE read the course descriptions and requirements
(8-10 hours per week) on
www.jewishgen.org/education/description.asp?course=40088
and email any questions.

I look forward to interfacing with every student.
Phyllis Kramer, New York City
VP Education
www.jewishgen.org/education


JRI Poland #Poland New York Jewish Genealogy Course begins August 4 #poland

Phyllis Kramer
 

Did your family live in New York? There are many interesting research
possibilities in the Big Apple! JewishGen's Intermediate Course,
Breaking Brick Walls in the United States, will focus on New York
Resources. This course will be especially useful to those who visit
NY; we'll have suggestions on where to research, where to wander and
how to get there.

If, despite basic online research (census >from familysearch &
ancestry, vital records >from italiangen) you have not yet found the
Hebrew names, birth year or town for your U.S. immigrant ancestors
consider this course as it focuses on the more esoteric documents our
ancestors generated, including naturalization, military and
governmental records, death records (probate, obituaries, cemeteries),
and local archival research.

We are proud to feature a personal mentoring program; students use our
online FORUM, post an ancestral branch, set goals for research, and
work one on one with the instructor. Eight text lessons can be
downloaded to read at your own pace and an optional field trip to a
New York archive will be scheduled. This course is open for
enrollment. PLEASE read the course descriptions and requirements
(8-10 hours per week) on
www.jewishgen.org/education/description.asp?course=40088
and email any questions.

I look forward to interfacing with every student.
Phyllis Kramer, New York City
VP Education
www.jewishgen.org/education


Viewmate Russian translation request #poland

Mike Paneth <mike.paneth@...>
 

Can somebody please translate the following record in Russian for me.

They are on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM56892

Thank you very much.
Mike Paneth
Melbourne Australia

Researching: Paneth (Bielitz-Tarcal-Desz), Szydlo (Warsaw), Rozenryter
(Bedzin), Margules (Bedzin), Rothstein (Jaraslow) families


JRI Poland #Poland Viewmate Russian translation request #poland

Mike Paneth <mike.paneth@...>
 

Can somebody please translate the following record in Russian for me.

They are on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM56892

Thank you very much.
Mike Paneth
Melbourne Australia

Researching: Paneth (Bielitz-Tarcal-Desz), Szydlo (Warsaw), Rozenryter
(Bedzin), Margules (Bedzin), Rothstein (Jaraslow) families


younger Jewish Cemetery Eisenstadt #austria-czech

Traude Triebel
 

Since the beginning of 2017 Johannes Reiss (Austrian Jewish Museum) has been
working on a digital edition of the younger Jewish cemetery of Eisenstadt.

http://www.ojm.at/blog/friedhof-eisenstadt-jung/archiv/

As was the case with the edition of the older Jewish cemetery of Eisenstadt
and the edition of the Jewish cemetery of Mattersdorf/Mattersburg, all the
Hebrew headstone inscriptions are transcribed and all graves are collected
by name.

As a new feature of this project, translations of all the Hebrew headstone
inscriptions are provided; moreover, the focus of work is now on extended
biographical data which are checked against the communal registers
(Matriken). Currently, the project is a work in progress. As always,
comments with genealogical information would be greatly appreciated.

This digital edition of the younger Jewish cemetery of Eisenstadt is thus a
completely revised, enhanced and extended edition of Johannes Reiss, book
from 1995:
"Hier in der heiligen juedischen Gemeinde. Die Grabinschriften des juengeren
juedischen Friedhofs von Eisenstadt".


Traude Triebel
A-2700 Wr.Neustadt


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech younger Jewish Cemetery Eisenstadt #austria-czech

Traude Triebel
 

Since the beginning of 2017 Johannes Reiss (Austrian Jewish Museum) has been
working on a digital edition of the younger Jewish cemetery of Eisenstadt.

http://www.ojm.at/blog/friedhof-eisenstadt-jung/archiv/

As was the case with the edition of the older Jewish cemetery of Eisenstadt
and the edition of the Jewish cemetery of Mattersdorf/Mattersburg, all the
Hebrew headstone inscriptions are transcribed and all graves are collected
by name.

As a new feature of this project, translations of all the Hebrew headstone
inscriptions are provided; moreover, the focus of work is now on extended
biographical data which are checked against the communal registers
(Matriken). Currently, the project is a work in progress. As always,
comments with genealogical information would be greatly appreciated.

This digital edition of the younger Jewish cemetery of Eisenstadt is thus a
completely revised, enhanced and extended edition of Johannes Reiss, book
from 1995:
"Hier in der heiligen juedischen Gemeinde. Die Grabinschriften des juengeren
juedischen Friedhofs von Eisenstadt".


Traude Triebel
A-2700 Wr.Neustadt

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