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Death records for Stillborns 1890 - 1900 NYC #general

Paula Blank
 

Were there birth/death records kept for stillborns and/or babies who died soon after
birth? My great grandparents, Richard Langer and Fannie Peterfreund, lost 2-3 babies
between 1893-1895. I have found their other 8 children - including one who only lived
for 11 months.

Thanks,
Paula Blank


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Death records for Stillborns 1890 - 1900 NYC #general

Paula Blank
 

Were there birth/death records kept for stillborns and/or babies who died soon after
birth? My great grandparents, Richard Langer and Fannie Peterfreund, lost 2-3 babies
between 1893-1895. I have found their other 8 children - including one who only lived
for 11 months.

Thanks,
Paula Blank


The Kamieniecki cousins Brest Litovsk Belarus #general

Lemberski Evelyne
 

The Kamieniecki cousins Brest Litovsk (Belarus)

I wish if Leon Kamieniecki is the cousin Mordko Max Kamieniecki

Leon Kamieniecki born on 30/08/1909 in Brest Litovsk (Belarus) is the son of Moszek
and Tauba Kamieniecki
Max Mordko said Kamieniecki born on 22/10/1898 in Brest Litovsk (Belarus ) is the
son of Zelmann and chaya khaya sora Kamieniecki

Leon Kamieniecki and Mordko Max Kamieniecki lived Paris. Leon Kamieniecki died in
deportation. Max mordko Kamieniecki was my maternal grandfather.

Feel free to contact me if you have information to the following email address:
evelynelemberski@...

Evelyne Lemberski
SAINT MAURICE (FRANCE)
Family Lemberski and Kamieniecki


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Kamieniecki cousins Brest Litovsk Belarus #general

Lemberski Evelyne
 

The Kamieniecki cousins Brest Litovsk (Belarus)

I wish if Leon Kamieniecki is the cousin Mordko Max Kamieniecki

Leon Kamieniecki born on 30/08/1909 in Brest Litovsk (Belarus) is the son of Moszek
and Tauba Kamieniecki
Max Mordko said Kamieniecki born on 22/10/1898 in Brest Litovsk (Belarus ) is the
son of Zelmann and chaya khaya sora Kamieniecki

Leon Kamieniecki and Mordko Max Kamieniecki lived Paris. Leon Kamieniecki died in
deportation. Max mordko Kamieniecki was my maternal grandfather.

Feel free to contact me if you have information to the following email address:
evelynelemberski@...

Evelyne Lemberski
SAINT MAURICE (FRANCE)
Family Lemberski and Kamieniecki


Notary records online for many Galician towns #general

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

The Polish State Archives in Przemysl has posted online scans of notary records
from Debica, Dobromil, Glogow Malopolski, Kolbuszowa, Krakowiec, Lezajsk, Nisko,
Pilzno, Pruchnik, Przeworsk, Radomysl,Radymno, Ropczyce, Rozwadow, Rzeszow, Sadowa
Wisznia, Sokolow Malopolski, Tarnobrzeg, Tyczyn, and Ulanow. Most of these towns
were recently added and, for Rzeszow, more records were recently added. Most of the
notary records date >from the late 19th to early 20th century, with some >from the
mid 19th century.

These records sometimes contain valuable genealogical information (e.g., if
concerning inheritance), sometimes very little genealogical information -- there is
no way to tell without examining them. Unfortunately, it is not always easy to find
or interpret records. Only a small portion of the records have (handwritten)
indices. I have posted instruction at
http://genealogyindexer.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5016. The scans are
viewable via http://www.przemysl.ap.gov.pl/skany.

If you plan to examine these records, be prepared to spend a significant amount of
time looking for your names, with no guarantee of success. Ideally, volunteers
interested in these towns could create name indices (where missing), at least of
the (likely Jewish)signatures at the end of the records (which might not include
all names mentioned in the records).

If you need help translating a record, try posting it to ViewMate. I
regret that I am unable to provide individual assistance.

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Notary records online for many Galician towns #general

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

The Polish State Archives in Przemysl has posted online scans of notary records
from Debica, Dobromil, Glogow Malopolski, Kolbuszowa, Krakowiec, Lezajsk, Nisko,
Pilzno, Pruchnik, Przeworsk, Radomysl,Radymno, Ropczyce, Rozwadow, Rzeszow, Sadowa
Wisznia, Sokolow Malopolski, Tarnobrzeg, Tyczyn, and Ulanow. Most of these towns
were recently added and, for Rzeszow, more records were recently added. Most of the
notary records date >from the late 19th to early 20th century, with some >from the
mid 19th century.

These records sometimes contain valuable genealogical information (e.g., if
concerning inheritance), sometimes very little genealogical information -- there is
no way to tell without examining them. Unfortunately, it is not always easy to find
or interpret records. Only a small portion of the records have (handwritten)
indices. I have posted instruction at
http://genealogyindexer.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5016. The scans are
viewable via http://www.przemysl.ap.gov.pl/skany.

If you plan to examine these records, be prepared to spend a significant amount of
time looking for your names, with no guarantee of success. Ideally, volunteers
interested in these towns could create name indices (where missing), at least of
the (likely Jewish)signatures at the end of the records (which might not include
all names mentioned in the records).

If you need help translating a record, try posting it to ViewMate. I
regret that I am unable to provide individual assistance.

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.


The IAJGS 35th International Conference Debrief #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

Dear Members - an extra event has been added to the Society's calendar.

Sunday 9 October 2.30 p.m. - 4.30 p.m. IAJGS 35th International Conference
Debrief by Mark Nicholls and Jeanette Rosenberg, Learn about what happens
at an International Conference on Jewish Genealogy, complete with
recordings of talks on many different aspects of Jewish Genealogy.

In the Council Room, on the 1st floor, 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 5AU
Contact Raymond or Jeanette or Mark

We hope that you will be able to attend.

raymusik@...,
jeanette.r.rosenberg@...
marknichollsmn@...


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom The IAJGS 35th International Conference Debrief #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

Dear Members - an extra event has been added to the Society's calendar.

Sunday 9 October 2.30 p.m. - 4.30 p.m. IAJGS 35th International Conference
Debrief by Mark Nicholls and Jeanette Rosenberg, Learn about what happens
at an International Conference on Jewish Genealogy, complete with
recordings of talks on many different aspects of Jewish Genealogy.

In the Council Room, on the 1st floor, 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 5AU
Contact Raymond or Jeanette or Mark

We hope that you will be able to attend.

raymusik@...,
jeanette.r.rosenberg@...
marknichollsmn@...


SPECTOR family brick walls #lithuania

Marlene Etlinger
 

I've reached 3 brick walls in searching for my Spector family that settled
in Brooklyn, NY: 1) finding passenger records; 2) Lithuanian/Belarus records
for my Spector family; and 3) determining the correct 1910 census record
for Molly (Matel) Spector.

My mgm, Molly (Matal or Malka) Spector was born in Grodno around 1894 to
Menachem Mendel and Hasse (Chasia) Susel (Zisel) SPECTOR. Hasse Susel
died when Molly was very young. Molly had an older sister, Anna (Hinda),
born about 1886.

Molly came to New York about 1908. There are two Molly Spectors in the 1910
census and I do'nt know which (if either) is my grandmother. One of the
Mollys was a boarder in a household with another boarder, Shiman SPECTOR.
I have not been able to trace him any further to link him to my SPECT9R
FAMILY.=20

Anna came to NY about 1904. She married Leon CHERWINSKY (in the US?);
Leon had been in the US since 1888 in Boston and then NY, and they had
three children - Bluma (b. 1904 in Manhattan), Adolph (b. 1908) and Rae
(b. 1914). Along the way Cherwinsky became SHERWIN. Anna lived in
Brooklyn most of her life. Leon died 1932. Anna died in 1981.
Except for 1910 (Molly and Anna), I have found all the census records
and death records for these two sisters. I have researched but not found
passenger records for both Hinda>Anna and Matal>Molly. I have not been
able to find marriage records for Hinda>Anna and Leon CHERWINSKY.
I have made an exhaustive search for Spector in Litvak Sig, Belarus SIG,
Vilna and Kovno area Belarus SIG Grodno area checking out records for names,
dates and places.

I would appreciate help in trying to break any of these brick walls.

Marlene H. Etlinger, Pittsford, NY


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania SPECTOR family brick walls #lithuania

Marlene Etlinger
 

I've reached 3 brick walls in searching for my Spector family that settled
in Brooklyn, NY: 1) finding passenger records; 2) Lithuanian/Belarus records
for my Spector family; and 3) determining the correct 1910 census record
for Molly (Matel) Spector.

My mgm, Molly (Matal or Malka) Spector was born in Grodno around 1894 to
Menachem Mendel and Hasse (Chasia) Susel (Zisel) SPECTOR. Hasse Susel
died when Molly was very young. Molly had an older sister, Anna (Hinda),
born about 1886.

Molly came to New York about 1908. There are two Molly Spectors in the 1910
census and I do'nt know which (if either) is my grandmother. One of the
Mollys was a boarder in a household with another boarder, Shiman SPECTOR.
I have not been able to trace him any further to link him to my SPECT9R
FAMILY.=20

Anna came to NY about 1904. She married Leon CHERWINSKY (in the US?);
Leon had been in the US since 1888 in Boston and then NY, and they had
three children - Bluma (b. 1904 in Manhattan), Adolph (b. 1908) and Rae
(b. 1914). Along the way Cherwinsky became SHERWIN. Anna lived in
Brooklyn most of her life. Leon died 1932. Anna died in 1981.
Except for 1910 (Molly and Anna), I have found all the census records
and death records for these two sisters. I have researched but not found
passenger records for both Hinda>Anna and Matal>Molly. I have not been
able to find marriage records for Hinda>Anna and Leon CHERWINSKY.
I have made an exhaustive search for Spector in Litvak Sig, Belarus SIG,
Vilna and Kovno area Belarus SIG Grodno area checking out records for names,
dates and places.

I would appreciate help in trying to break any of these brick walls.

Marlene H. Etlinger, Pittsford, NY


The second half of the Lodz census #lodz #poland

Ariel K <arielvfu@...>
 

does anyone have any idea when is the second part of the Lodz census
and the attached 1930's residency files is expected to be online

they said in the end of September, but are there any known delays?


thanks
Ariel Kubii


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland The second half of the Lodz census #poland #lodz

Ariel K <arielvfu@...>
 

does anyone have any idea when is the second part of the Lodz census
and the attached 1930's residency files is expected to be online

they said in the end of September, but are there any known delays?


thanks
Ariel Kubii


Shana Tova - Lodz Registration Cards Extraction Update #lodz #poland

Margalit Ashira Ir
 

Dear Researchers,

As we approach Rosh Hashanah 5777, on behalf of the Lodz Registration Cards
Extraction Team, we want to wish you all a very happy and sweet New Year.

We began extracting the names of Jewish family members in February of this
year. To date, we have reviewed more than 21,000 scans and extracted the
names, birth dates and birth cities of nearly 20,000 Jewish souls who were
recorded in Lodz during the period of 1916-1921. It is with gratitude that
we thank our volunteers who sit at their computers for many hours a day
reading, researching, identifying and recording Jewish names, towns, marital
status and professions. These are the people who work diligently - driven
by what our volunteers call "holy work", "G-D's work", or simply "we need to
memorialize" our brothers and sisters who perished during the Shoah. Each
name we extract further diminishes the Nazi's attempt at totally
annihilating the Jewish people.

The resulting data will provide researchers and their families with insight
into the lives and movement of our people during this time frame and will
serve as valuable research and history of the Polish Jews in Lodz.

Our volunteer team consists of Alesya in Russia, Fritz in Germany, Yohannan
and Fay in Australia, Billy and Duncan in Kenya, Miriam, Arye, Zeev and
Yehudit in Israel, David in Canada, and David, Yael, Walter, Rochelle,
Deborah, Dina and Karen in the United States. Yasher Koach to these angels
in the background, please send them a shout out, via me, with your thanks
for their incredible work.

We expect to upload the first group of 20,000 names by end of this year.

If you wish to have your family's name extracted quickly, for a qualifying
contribution of $54 per family name, a customized worksheet will be made
available to you.

We anticipate receiving additional scans >from the Polish State Archives in
the near future. The review of the estimated 175,000 names we have today
will likely take several years. We need more volunteers to help us expedite
the project. Please contact me to become part of this dynamic team.

We wish you all a Shana Tova v'metuka, may you all be graced with happiness,
good health, peace and the connection to lost families.

Margalit Ashira Ir
Project Leader: Registration Cards Extraction Team Town Leader: Biala
Podlaska


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Shana Tova - Lodz Registration Cards Extraction Update #lodz #poland

Margalit Ashira Ir
 

Dear Researchers,

As we approach Rosh Hashanah 5777, on behalf of the Lodz Registration Cards
Extraction Team, we want to wish you all a very happy and sweet New Year.

We began extracting the names of Jewish family members in February of this
year. To date, we have reviewed more than 21,000 scans and extracted the
names, birth dates and birth cities of nearly 20,000 Jewish souls who were
recorded in Lodz during the period of 1916-1921. It is with gratitude that
we thank our volunteers who sit at their computers for many hours a day
reading, researching, identifying and recording Jewish names, towns, marital
status and professions. These are the people who work diligently - driven
by what our volunteers call "holy work", "G-D's work", or simply "we need to
memorialize" our brothers and sisters who perished during the Shoah. Each
name we extract further diminishes the Nazi's attempt at totally
annihilating the Jewish people.

The resulting data will provide researchers and their families with insight
into the lives and movement of our people during this time frame and will
serve as valuable research and history of the Polish Jews in Lodz.

Our volunteer team consists of Alesya in Russia, Fritz in Germany, Yohannan
and Fay in Australia, Billy and Duncan in Kenya, Miriam, Arye, Zeev and
Yehudit in Israel, David in Canada, and David, Yael, Walter, Rochelle,
Deborah, Dina and Karen in the United States. Yasher Koach to these angels
in the background, please send them a shout out, via me, with your thanks
for their incredible work.

We expect to upload the first group of 20,000 names by end of this year.

If you wish to have your family's name extracted quickly, for a qualifying
contribution of $54 per family name, a customized worksheet will be made
available to you.

We anticipate receiving additional scans >from the Polish State Archives in
the near future. The review of the estimated 175,000 names we have today
will likely take several years. We need more volunteers to help us expedite
the project. Please contact me to become part of this dynamic team.

We wish you all a Shana Tova v'metuka, may you all be graced with happiness,
good health, peace and the connection to lost families.

Margalit Ashira Ir
Project Leader: Registration Cards Extraction Team Town Leader: Biala
Podlaska


SPECTOR family brick walls #poland

Marlene Etlinger
 

I have reached 3 brick walls in searching for my Spector family that
settled in Brooklyn, NY: 1) finding passenger records; 2) Lithuanian
/Belarus records for my Spector family; and 3) determining the correct
1910 census record for Molly (Matel) Spector.

My mgm, Molly (Matal or Malka) Spector was born in Grodno around 1894 to
Menachem Mendel and Hasse (Chasia) Susel (Zisel) SPECTOR. Hasse Susel died
when Molly was very young. Molly had an older sister, Anna (Hinda),
born about 1886.

Molly came to New York about 1908. There are two Molly Spectors in the
1910 census and I don't know which (if either) is my grandmother. One
of the Mollys was a boarder in a household with another boarder, Shiman
SPECTOR. I have not been able to trace him any further to link him to
my SPECTOR FAMILY.

Anna came to NY about 1904. She married Leon CHERWINSKY (in the US?); Leon
had been in the US since 1888 in Boston and then NY, and they had three
children - Bluma (b. 1904 in Manhattan), Adolph (b. 1908) and Rae (b.1914)
Along the way Cherwinsky became SHERWIN. Anna lived in Brooklyn
most of her life. Leon died 1932. Anna died in 1981.

Except for 1910 (Molly and Anna), I have found all the census records and
death records for these two sisters. I have researched but not found
passenger records for both Hinda>Anna and Matal>Molly. I have not been
able to find marriage records for Hinda>Anna and Leon CHERWINSKY.

I have made an exhaustive search for Spector in Litvak Sig, Belarus SIG,
Vilna and Kovno area Belarus SIG Grodno area checking out records for names,
dates and places.

I would appreciate help of in trying to break any of these brick walls.

Marlene H. Etlinger, Pittsford, NY=20


JRI Poland #Poland SPECTOR family brick walls #poland

Marlene Etlinger
 

I have reached 3 brick walls in searching for my Spector family that
settled in Brooklyn, NY: 1) finding passenger records; 2) Lithuanian
/Belarus records for my Spector family; and 3) determining the correct
1910 census record for Molly (Matel) Spector.

My mgm, Molly (Matal or Malka) Spector was born in Grodno around 1894 to
Menachem Mendel and Hasse (Chasia) Susel (Zisel) SPECTOR. Hasse Susel died
when Molly was very young. Molly had an older sister, Anna (Hinda),
born about 1886.

Molly came to New York about 1908. There are two Molly Spectors in the
1910 census and I don't know which (if either) is my grandmother. One
of the Mollys was a boarder in a household with another boarder, Shiman
SPECTOR. I have not been able to trace him any further to link him to
my SPECTOR FAMILY.

Anna came to NY about 1904. She married Leon CHERWINSKY (in the US?); Leon
had been in the US since 1888 in Boston and then NY, and they had three
children - Bluma (b. 1904 in Manhattan), Adolph (b. 1908) and Rae (b.1914)
Along the way Cherwinsky became SHERWIN. Anna lived in Brooklyn
most of her life. Leon died 1932. Anna died in 1981.

Except for 1910 (Molly and Anna), I have found all the census records and
death records for these two sisters. I have researched but not found
passenger records for both Hinda>Anna and Matal>Molly. I have not been
able to find marriage records for Hinda>Anna and Leon CHERWINSKY.

I have made an exhaustive search for Spector in Litvak Sig, Belarus SIG,
Vilna and Kovno area Belarus SIG Grodno area checking out records for names,
dates and places.

I would appreciate help of in trying to break any of these brick walls.

Marlene H. Etlinger, Pittsford, NY=20


Notary records online for many Galician towns #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

The Polish State Archives in Przemysl has posted online scans of
notary records >from Debica, Dobromil, Glogow Malopolski, Kolbuszowa,
Krakowiec, Lezajsk, Nisko, Pilzno, Pruchnik, Przeworsk, Radomysl,
Radymno, Ropczyce, Rozwadow, Rzeszow, Sadowa Wisznia, Sokolow
Malopolski, Tarnobrzeg, Tyczyn, and Ulanow. Most of these towns were
recently added and, for Rzeszow, more records were recently added.
Most of the notary records date >from the late 19th to early 20th
century, with some >from the mid 19th century.

These records sometimes contain valuable genealogical information
(e.g., if concerning inheritance), sometimes very little genealogical
information -- there is no way to tell without examining them.
Unfortunately, it is not always easy to find or interpret records.
Only a small portion of the records have (handwritten) indices. I
have posted instruction at
http://genealogyindexer.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5016. The scans are
viewable via http://www.przemysl.ap.gov.pl/skany.

If you plan to examine these records, be prepared to spend a
significant amount of time looking for your names, with no guarantee
of success. Ideally, volunteers interested in these towns could
create name indices (where missing), at least of the (likely Jewish)
signatures at the end of the records (which might not include all
names mentioned in the records).

If you need help translating a record, try posting it to ViewMate. I
regret that I am unable to provide individual assistance.

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.


JRI Poland #Poland Notary records online for many Galician towns #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

The Polish State Archives in Przemysl has posted online scans of
notary records >from Debica, Dobromil, Glogow Malopolski, Kolbuszowa,
Krakowiec, Lezajsk, Nisko, Pilzno, Pruchnik, Przeworsk, Radomysl,
Radymno, Ropczyce, Rozwadow, Rzeszow, Sadowa Wisznia, Sokolow
Malopolski, Tarnobrzeg, Tyczyn, and Ulanow. Most of these towns were
recently added and, for Rzeszow, more records were recently added.
Most of the notary records date >from the late 19th to early 20th
century, with some >from the mid 19th century.

These records sometimes contain valuable genealogical information
(e.g., if concerning inheritance), sometimes very little genealogical
information -- there is no way to tell without examining them.
Unfortunately, it is not always easy to find or interpret records.
Only a small portion of the records have (handwritten) indices. I
have posted instruction at
http://genealogyindexer.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5016. The scans are
viewable via http://www.przemysl.ap.gov.pl/skany.

If you plan to examine these records, be prepared to spend a
significant amount of time looking for your names, with no guarantee
of success. Ideally, volunteers interested in these towns could
create name indices (where missing), at least of the (likely Jewish)
signatures at the end of the records (which might not include all
names mentioned in the records).

If you need help translating a record, try posting it to ViewMate. I
regret that I am unable to provide individual assistance.

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.


1850 Cadastral Map of Baranow Sandomierski in the Gesher Galicia Map Room #poland

Jay Osborn <jay.osborn@...>
 

New on the Gesher Galicia Map Room: the beautiful 1850 cadastral map
of Baranow Sandomierski:
http://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/baranow-1850/

Earlier this year, Gesher Galicia member and expert researcher Russ
Maurer spotted an 1850 landowner register for this town on the website
of the Polish State Archives in Przemysl:
http://www.skany.przemysl.ap.gov.pl/show.php?zesp=126&cd=0&ser=19&syg=4

He indexed those records for everyone to use, and in April that data
became part of Gesher Galicia's All Galicia Database:
http://search.geshergalicia.org/

Also in April, Gesher Galicia members donated funds to support the
acquisition and stitching of a cadastral map for Baranow, from
original paper map sheets also housed at the Przemysl state archive.
This map directly relates to the landowner records already acquired...
and now that map is available online! A big THANK YOU to our
supporters and volunteers, who made this wonderful data set available
for everyone to use!

The GG Map Room home page: http://maps.geshergalicia.org/

Jay Osborn
Gesher Galicia Digital Map Manager
Warsaw, Poland
maps@...


JRI Poland #Poland 1850 Cadastral Map of Baranow Sandomierski in the Gesher Galicia Map Room #poland

Jay Osborn <jay.osborn@...>
 

New on the Gesher Galicia Map Room: the beautiful 1850 cadastral map
of Baranow Sandomierski:
http://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/baranow-1850/

Earlier this year, Gesher Galicia member and expert researcher Russ
Maurer spotted an 1850 landowner register for this town on the website
of the Polish State Archives in Przemysl:
http://www.skany.przemysl.ap.gov.pl/show.php?zesp=126&cd=0&ser=19&syg=4

He indexed those records for everyone to use, and in April that data
became part of Gesher Galicia's All Galicia Database:
http://search.geshergalicia.org/

Also in April, Gesher Galicia members donated funds to support the
acquisition and stitching of a cadastral map for Baranow, from
original paper map sheets also housed at the Przemysl state archive.
This map directly relates to the landowner records already acquired...
and now that map is available online! A big THANK YOU to our
supporters and volunteers, who made this wonderful data set available
for everyone to use!

The GG Map Room home page: http://maps.geshergalicia.org/

Jay Osborn
Gesher Galicia Digital Map Manager
Warsaw, Poland
maps@...

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