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Re: Name Smerl #general

Ruth Hyman <ruth.hyman@...>
 

Hi,

Smerl is not for Simcha but for Shmeryl, which is a nickname for
Shmaryahu. I have this name in my family.

Ruth Hyman
Rockville centre, NY


Re: Name Smerl #general

tom
 

The jewishgen given names database lists Shmerl as a form of the
biblical shemarya or shemaryahu.

tom klein, Toronto

Harvey Finberg <hjfinberg@...> wrote:

I have had no luck searching New York Census (1900, 1910, 1920, NY
State Census >1905, 1925) or immigration records for Smerl GLAZER,
immigrating about 1890 to NYC. It's possible that the name Smerl was
Americanized. His son was Samuel, so we have ruled out that name but
are looking for suggestions as likely choices for Americanizing the
name Smerl.


Missing portions of ship manifest #general

Mark Shapiro
 

David, Sure, & Taube FINKELMANN arrived on July 11 or 14, 1893,
at Ellis Island on the S.S. Wieland, sailing >from Bremen. On the
Ellis Island website's text version manifest, they are listed as line
nos. 910-912 of the steerage passenger list for that vessel. When
I click on the links for their names, however, I am taken to a copy
of the original ship manifest that ends with steerage passenger no.
211 and then continues with about 150 cabin passengers. The
same sheet appears for all steerage passengers after no. 211 on
the text version manifest.

Does anyone know how can I see the portion of the original ship
manifest with the Finkelmanns?

Mark Shapiro, New York, NY
JGSNY

Researching CZAPRAK, BRZOZOWSKI, & ROZWADOWER
(Warsaw), KRECHEVSKY (Slonim), YEVISH (Granov)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Missing portions of ship manifest #general

Mark Shapiro
 

David, Sure, & Taube FINKELMANN arrived on July 11 or 14, 1893,
at Ellis Island on the S.S. Wieland, sailing >from Bremen. On the
Ellis Island website's text version manifest, they are listed as line
nos. 910-912 of the steerage passenger list for that vessel. When
I click on the links for their names, however, I am taken to a copy
of the original ship manifest that ends with steerage passenger no.
211 and then continues with about 150 cabin passengers. The
same sheet appears for all steerage passengers after no. 211 on
the text version manifest.

Does anyone know how can I see the portion of the original ship
manifest with the Finkelmanns?

Mark Shapiro, New York, NY
JGSNY

Researching CZAPRAK, BRZOZOWSKI, & ROZWADOWER
(Warsaw), KRECHEVSKY (Slonim), YEVISH (Granov)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Name Smerl #general

tom
 

The jewishgen given names database lists Shmerl as a form of the
biblical shemarya or shemaryahu.

tom klein, Toronto

Harvey Finberg <hjfinberg@...> wrote:

I have had no luck searching New York Census (1900, 1910, 1920, NY
State Census >1905, 1925) or immigration records for Smerl GLAZER,
immigrating about 1890 to NYC. It's possible that the name Smerl was
Americanized. His son was Samuel, so we have ruled out that name but
are looking for suggestions as likely choices for Americanizing the
name Smerl.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Name Smerl #general

Ruth Hyman <ruth.hyman@...>
 

Hi,

Smerl is not for Simcha but for Shmeryl, which is a nickname for
Shmaryahu. I have this name in my family.

Ruth Hyman
Rockville centre, NY


Civil records in Paris, precisons are necessary #general

Micheline GUTMANN
 

On GenAmi website, you may find all the details since long ago, even in
English.

Button "For all - Research guides"

I told it several times, so I am sorry to see that it is still new for some
people.

And there, it is written about the possibility to get Paris records on line.
** But ** it is necessary to read details: death records may be sent without any
delay, quite as soon as people died. 75 years is the delay for marriage and
birth records.

Another problem: it is much quicker if you know the "arrondissement", there
are 20 in Paris. It is possible to get it with the address if you know one.
Otherwise it may be found but it takes more time.

Until recently, in the margin of birth certificate, there were mentions of
marriages and death (places and dates).

Good luck !

Micheline GUTMANN, GenAmi, Paris
Site web : www.genami.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Civil records in Paris, precisons are necessary #general

Micheline GUTMANN
 

On GenAmi website, you may find all the details since long ago, even in
English.

Button "For all - Research guides"

I told it several times, so I am sorry to see that it is still new for some
people.

And there, it is written about the possibility to get Paris records on line.
** But ** it is necessary to read details: death records may be sent without any
delay, quite as soon as people died. 75 years is the delay for marriage and
birth records.

Another problem: it is much quicker if you know the "arrondissement", there
are 20 in Paris. It is possible to get it with the address if you know one.
Otherwise it may be found but it takes more time.

Until recently, in the margin of birth certificate, there were mentions of
marriages and death (places and dates).

Good luck !

Micheline GUTMANN, GenAmi, Paris
Site web : www.genami.org


The surname BISTRI #general

Mathilde
 

Dear all,

I am looking for the meaning and language of the name of a branch of
my family that was BISTRI. They lived in Ioannina, Greece, but moved
to Turkey to Manisa (close to Izmir) during the end of the 19th
century.

I am wondering if there is any link between this rare surname and the
names of the Romanian and Ukrainian localities BISTRA and BYSTRY.

Thanking you in advance for any clue,

Mathilde Tagger
Jerusalem


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The surname BISTRI #general

Mathilde
 

Dear all,

I am looking for the meaning and language of the name of a branch of
my family that was BISTRI. They lived in Ioannina, Greece, but moved
to Turkey to Manisa (close to Izmir) during the end of the 19th
century.

I am wondering if there is any link between this rare surname and the
names of the Romanian and Ukrainian localities BISTRA and BYSTRY.

Thanking you in advance for any clue,

Mathilde Tagger
Jerusalem


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim The surname BISTRI #sephardic

Mathilde
 

Dear all,

I am looking for the meaning and language of the name of a branch of
my family that was BISTRI. They lived in Ioannina, Greece, but moved
to Turkey to Manisa (close to Izmir) during the end of the 19th
century.
I am wondering if there is any link between this rare surname and the
names of the Romanian and Ukrainian localities BISTRA and BYSTRY.

Thanking you in advance for any clue,

Mathilde Tagger
Jerusalem


The surname BISTRI #sephardic

Mathilde
 

Dear all,

I am looking for the meaning and language of the name of a branch of
my family that was BISTRI. They lived in Ioannina, Greece, but moved
to Turkey to Manisa (close to Izmir) during the end of the 19th
century.
I am wondering if there is any link between this rare surname and the
names of the Romanian and Ukrainian localities BISTRA and BYSTRY.

Thanking you in advance for any clue,

Mathilde Tagger
Jerusalem


Bauska Memorial Family Names #latvia

Gaf <Gaf@...>
 

Plans for the Bauska Memorial are moving forward. The following are
the Family names of Bauska residents who are believed to have
perished in the Likverten Forest on the City's outskirts. These
will be engraved on the memorial plates. Please email me at
gaf@... if anyone is aware of any omissions. -Yehudi Gaffen

Abramovich
Abramson
Arensberg
Arenshtam
Arje
Aronstam
Bachorn
Bardakov
Bari
Berelovich
Berlov
Berger
Berkovich
Berman
Bernshtam
Bernstein
Behr
Blumberg
Blum
Boruchovich
Brant
Braun
Brenner
Datt
Danenhirsh
Desetnik
Dolgitser
Dorogoy
Dvelaitski
Drobe
Efrojev
Farber
Feitelman
Feitelson
Feldhun
Feldman
Fleisher
Fleishman
Fridman
Geruchmanov
Gitarski
Gitelson
Glago
Goldberg
Gordon
Gork
Goshtein
Gottlib
Grinman
Gude
Gurevich
Gut
Hait
Hell
Hercenberg
Hercikovich
Hirshovich
Hofshovich
Israelson
Joelson
Jakobson
Jakubovich
Jankelovich
Joffe
Joselevski
Judelovich
Kanter
Kapuller
Kilov
Klein
Kogan
Kriger
Kristal
Kurman
Kurshan
Kutok
Kvishan
Lape
Leibovich
Leizarovich
Lengefer
Levenberg
Levenshtein
Linder
Lipmanovich
Lipshits
Matison
Matlin
Meier
Meierson
Meierovitz
Mekus
Mendelson
Mer
Michalev
Michelson
Neiburger
Nisselovich
Ofman
Oklanski
Padosin
Perets
Perelman
Polak
Posmanter
Rabiner
Richter
Saks
Salbovich
Salmanovich
Salmanson
Sandik
Sandler
Shenberg
Sher
Shlomovich
Shmulovich
Shneider
Shochen
Shoffer
Shpilman
Shtoltser
Smilga
Shtreicher
Shtul
Shuster
Simson
Skok
Skutel
Shochen
Sokolovski
Taube
Ter
Toik
Traugot
Tulbovich
Tsviling
Valdenberg
Variatov
Vasserman
Veide
Veinberg
Veineraite
Veksler
Vesterman
Vilencik
Vidauer
Vulfovich
Vulfson


Latvia SIG #Latvia Bauska Memorial Family Names #latvia

Gaf <Gaf@...>
 

Plans for the Bauska Memorial are moving forward. The following are
the Family names of Bauska residents who are believed to have
perished in the Likverten Forest on the City's outskirts. These
will be engraved on the memorial plates. Please email me at
gaf@... if anyone is aware of any omissions. -Yehudi Gaffen

Abramovich
Abramson
Arensberg
Arenshtam
Arje
Aronstam
Bachorn
Bardakov
Bari
Berelovich
Berlov
Berger
Berkovich
Berman
Bernshtam
Bernstein
Behr
Blumberg
Blum
Boruchovich
Brant
Braun
Brenner
Datt
Danenhirsh
Desetnik
Dolgitser
Dorogoy
Dvelaitski
Drobe
Efrojev
Farber
Feitelman
Feitelson
Feldhun
Feldman
Fleisher
Fleishman
Fridman
Geruchmanov
Gitarski
Gitelson
Glago
Goldberg
Gordon
Gork
Goshtein
Gottlib
Grinman
Gude
Gurevich
Gut
Hait
Hell
Hercenberg
Hercikovich
Hirshovich
Hofshovich
Israelson
Joelson
Jakobson
Jakubovich
Jankelovich
Joffe
Joselevski
Judelovich
Kanter
Kapuller
Kilov
Klein
Kogan
Kriger
Kristal
Kurman
Kurshan
Kutok
Kvishan
Lape
Leibovich
Leizarovich
Lengefer
Levenberg
Levenshtein
Linder
Lipmanovich
Lipshits
Matison
Matlin
Meier
Meierson
Meierovitz
Mekus
Mendelson
Mer
Michalev
Michelson
Neiburger
Nisselovich
Ofman
Oklanski
Padosin
Perets
Perelman
Polak
Posmanter
Rabiner
Richter
Saks
Salbovich
Salmanovich
Salmanson
Sandik
Sandler
Shenberg
Sher
Shlomovich
Shmulovich
Shneider
Shochen
Shoffer
Shpilman
Shtoltser
Smilga
Shtreicher
Shtul
Shuster
Simson
Skok
Skutel
Shochen
Sokolovski
Taube
Ter
Toik
Traugot
Tulbovich
Tsviling
Valdenberg
Variatov
Vasserman
Veide
Veinberg
Veineraite
Veksler
Vesterman
Vilencik
Vidauer
Vulfovich
Vulfson


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Meaning of kalikstein #rabbinic

Bernard Weill
 

Dear colleagues,

Would someone happen to know what Kalik means in Yiddish/German?

Thank you,
Bernie Weill


Meaning of kalikstein #rabbinic

Bernard Weill
 

Dear colleagues,

Would someone happen to know what Kalik means in Yiddish/German?

Thank you,
Bernie Weill


Dubossary projects #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

To Bessarabian and Ukrainian researchers:

There are two major projects on a way for a town of Dubossary, before 1917
was in Kherson Gubernia of Russian Empire and now is part of Republic of
Moldova, Transnistria self-proclaimed territory. This and several other
towns in Transnistria are served by both Bessarabia SIG and Ukraine SIG.

I have completed Dubossary KehillaLinks website and soon it will be
available for everybody.
Second, we are starting Dubossary Cemetery project. I have already received
an index (in Russian) and about 250 photos >from new part of the cemetery.
The photos >from the old part will follow (1,500+). The old part has burials
from middle of 19 century or before.
In order to do this Cemetery project, we need a Project Leader, who will
work with translators and coordinate the project. If anyone is interested,
please come forward.

We also will need your donations to pay for the photographs. Please donate
$25, $50, $100 or more to Bessarabia-Moldova Cemetery Project. Go to
JewishGen.org / Donate / Bessarabia-Moldova Cemetery Project.

Thank you all,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Dubossary projects #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

To Bessarabian and Ukrainian researchers:

There are two major projects on a way for a town of Dubossary, before 1917
was in Kherson Gubernia of Russian Empire and now is part of Republic of
Moldova, Transnistria self-proclaimed territory. This and several other
towns in Transnistria are served by both Bessarabia SIG and Ukraine SIG.

I have completed Dubossary KehillaLinks website and soon it will be
available for everybody.
Second, we are starting Dubossary Cemetery project. I have already received
an index (in Russian) and about 250 photos >from new part of the cemetery.
The photos >from the old part will follow (1,500+). The old part has burials
from middle of 19 century or before.
In order to do this Cemetery project, we need a Project Leader, who will
work with translators and coordinate the project. If anyone is interested,
please come forward.

We also will need your donations to pay for the photographs. Please donate
$25, $50, $100 or more to Bessarabia-Moldova Cemetery Project. Go to
JewishGen.org / Donate / Bessarabia-Moldova Cemetery Project.

Thank you all,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Two Towns in the Ukraine #ukraine

Charlie Ross <benzvi1@...>
 

Town # 1 Wiedimioz Wellngsky on the passport (Polish) , Wlodzimierz wolynski (Polish name) Volodymyr volynsky (Russian name) Ludmir (Yiddish name)
The family was hartz HORN, zivja HORN, chana ruchel HORN (daughter) and Michal HORN (son) hartz left in 1913 and the other three arrived in the US in 1922. I believe there were relatives named LERNARD. Indications that some went to England and to Argentina. I have records to indicate when the family entered the US but no record of hartz entering the US. He was naturalized in 1921 and signed with an X

Is anyone working on this town?

#2 town is Ichnya, Ukraine (Russia) and the two family names are Guiler BRODSKY married to Khailka SHAFARENKO. THE TOWN IS EAST OF kIEV

The main part of the family came before and after the revolution . Guiler and khalka came in 1931.

Any tidbit will be appreciated. Guiler's father (Abraham ?) and a sister stayed behind as well as Khalika's sister. Lost track of them after WWII.


Charlie Ross
benzvi1@...
Mendocino coast, California

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Both towns have town pages at Ukraine SIG's website
www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine. You might also wish to check the JGFF to see
who else is researching families in these towns. www.jewishgen.org/jgff.


Two Towns in the Ukraine #ukraine

Charlie Ross <benzvi1@...>
 

Town # 1 Wiedimioz Wellngsky on the passport (Polish) , Wlodzimierz wolynski (Polish name) Volodymyr volynsky (Russian name) Ludmir (Yiddish name)
The family was hartz HORN, zivja HORN, chana ruchel HORN (daughter) and Michal HORN (son) hartz left in 1913 and the other three arrived in the US in 1922. I believe there were relatives named LERNARD. Indications that some went to England and to Argentina. I have records to indicate when the family entered the US but no record of hartz entering the US. He was naturalized in 1921 and signed with an X

Is anyone working on this town?

#2 town is Ichnya, Ukraine (Russia) and the two family names are Guiler BRODSKY married to Khailka SHAFARENKO. THE TOWN IS EAST OF kIEV

The main part of the family came before and after the revolution . Guiler and khalka came in 1931.

Any tidbit will be appreciated. Guiler's father (Abraham ?) and a sister stayed behind as well as Khalika's sister. Lost track of them after WWII.


Charlie Ross
benzvi1@...
Mendocino coast, California

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Both towns have town pages at Ukraine SIG's website
www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine. You might also wish to check the JGFF to see
who else is researching families in these towns. www.jewishgen.org/jgff.

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