Date   
Hungary SIG #Hungary test post #hungary

Lawrence Korman <korman3@...>
 

The JRI-Poland SIG mailing list has moved to the new server, and there
was a post to the SIG about it. I have seen no such post to the h-sig,
and, uncharacteristically, no messages today.

So, this is a test to see if our old email address bounces.

Sorry for the clutter in the mailboxes.

Debbi

Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: h-sig digest: August 02, 1998 #hungary

CHERIE L. KORER <cheried@...>
 

Cherie Korer (cheried@...)
Varanno records
August 1, 1998

There are some military records or "muster rolls" for those researching
Vranov. The microfilm numbers are: 0629869 and 0629857 the Varanno
Synogogue numbers are 1794330-31. The military records show the son and
father's name, place of birth and current city of residence.

I learned >from the Mayor of Humenne (Zemplen county) that the records are
kept in Presov. Perhaps the Varanno records are also there. If you write
to the archives in Bratislava, I was told they would route them to the
appropriate local archives. Forms are available at the Mormon Family
History Library. I have a Mendel Roth in my family tree, living in
Tot Yablonka (Jablon today) about 16 miles north of Humenne.

I hope my microfilm numbers are correct, but please check them.

Good luck!

Cherie Korer, Scottsdale, Az

Hungary SIG #Hungary test post 2 #hungary

Lawrence Korman <korman3@...>
 

JRI Poland has moved to a new email address. I wanted to see if the new
address worked for us too.

Debbi

test post #hungary

Lawrence Korman <korman3@...>
 

The JRI-Poland SIG mailing list has moved to the new server, and there
was a post to the SIG about it. I have seen no such post to the h-sig,
and, uncharacteristically, no messages today.

So, this is a test to see if our old email address bounces.

Sorry for the clutter in the mailboxes.

Debbi

Re: h-sig digest: August 02, 1998 #hungary

CHERIE L. KORER <cheried@...>
 

Cherie Korer (cheried@...)
Varanno records
August 1, 1998

There are some military records or "muster rolls" for those researching
Vranov. The microfilm numbers are: 0629869 and 0629857 the Varanno
Synogogue numbers are 1794330-31. The military records show the son and
father's name, place of birth and current city of residence.

I learned >from the Mayor of Humenne (Zemplen county) that the records are
kept in Presov. Perhaps the Varanno records are also there. If you write
to the archives in Bratislava, I was told they would route them to the
appropriate local archives. Forms are available at the Mormon Family
History Library. I have a Mendel Roth in my family tree, living in
Tot Yablonka (Jablon today) about 16 miles north of Humenne.

I hope my microfilm numbers are correct, but please check them.

Good luck!

Cherie Korer, Scottsdale, Az

test post 2 #hungary

Lawrence Korman <korman3@...>
 

JRI Poland has moved to a new email address. I wanted to see if the new
address worked for us too.

Debbi

Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Seeking RUBINS, Minsk #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

The first thing a someone new to Jewish genealogy should do is read the
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) found on the JewishGen Web page at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html

Since you are interested in family >from Minsk, you should be aware that
the Mormon Church has filmed "some" of the vital records and revision
lists in the Minsk Archives. To find out more about these films please
read the JewishGen Info File found at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/by-rec.txt

In addition, you should be aware that Vitaly Charny has posted a number
of messages about surnames found in the various Minsk films. You can
retrieve these messages by going to the JewishGen Discussion Group
Archives found at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~archpop

Once you are there type in Vitaly Charny and press start search. You will
be presented with a list of messages with the Subject of the messages.
If you see a subject of interest, just click on it and you will have the
full text of the message.

Joyce, please share any successes you have with this discussion group.


Joyce Kirsner Peck Wrote:
Am looking for Rubin or Rubincheck in Minsk,
Julius and Rose Goldsmith Rubin, married sometime about 1885, 6-7
chidlren born between 1885 and 1905 or thereabouts, Rose was a butcher
in Minsk, family left Minsk 1911 for US and eventually Springfield,
Mass.



David M. Fox
fox@...
Arnold, MD
fax: 410-757-3569
Belarus SIG Coordinator
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/belarus2.txt
http://www.avotaynu.com/wwwsites.html

Researching: Minsk: TSIVIN (SIVIN), RABINOWITZ, HURWITZ, FEIN
Mogilev & NYC: SCHENDEROFF (OV), TSIVIN, SHER, FYTELSON
Rogachev(BYL) & NYC: FYTELSON (FEITELSON), TELSON, COHEN
Popielniki, Dzurow, Banila (UKR): FUCHS, HUDES, MECHLAWICZ,

TISCHLER, LOBEL, LABALVITCH

Re: Seeking RUBINS, Minsk #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

The first thing a someone new to Jewish genealogy should do is read the
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) found on the JewishGen Web page at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html

Since you are interested in family >from Minsk, you should be aware that
the Mormon Church has filmed "some" of the vital records and revision
lists in the Minsk Archives. To find out more about these films please
read the JewishGen Info File found at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/by-rec.txt

In addition, you should be aware that Vitaly Charny has posted a number
of messages about surnames found in the various Minsk films. You can
retrieve these messages by going to the JewishGen Discussion Group
Archives found at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~archpop

Once you are there type in Vitaly Charny and press start search. You will
be presented with a list of messages with the Subject of the messages.
If you see a subject of interest, just click on it and you will have the
full text of the message.

Joyce, please share any successes you have with this discussion group.


Joyce Kirsner Peck Wrote:
Am looking for Rubin or Rubincheck in Minsk,
Julius and Rose Goldsmith Rubin, married sometime about 1885, 6-7
chidlren born between 1885 and 1905 or thereabouts, Rose was a butcher
in Minsk, family left Minsk 1911 for US and eventually Springfield,
Mass.



David M. Fox
fox@...
Arnold, MD
fax: 410-757-3569
Belarus SIG Coordinator
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/belarus2.txt
http://www.avotaynu.com/wwwsites.html

Researching: Minsk: TSIVIN (SIVIN), RABINOWITZ, HURWITZ, FEIN
Mogilev & NYC: SCHENDEROFF (OV), TSIVIN, SHER, FYTELSON
Rogachev(BYL) & NYC: FYTELSON (FEITELSON), TELSON, COHEN
Popielniki, Dzurow, Banila (UKR): FUCHS, HUDES, MECHLAWICZ,

TISCHLER, LOBEL, LABALVITCH

Belarus SIG #Belarus Seeking ZOGER/ZAGER and MARSHAK, Minsk #belarus

Allison L Duke <allison.duke@...>
 

Hi all,
I am new to the group and am researching the ZOGER/ZAGER and MARSHAK
surnames >from Minsk. Not sure if it is the city or the Guerbenia as all
documents I have just say Minsk, Russia. Is anyone researching the same?

Allison Duke
allison.duke@...

(Moderator Note: When posting messages, please use capital letters for all
surnames. It is suggested that you include your city, state or Country,
if outside the US with your name and e-mail address. There may be other
SIG members near you to network with.)

Seeking ZOGER/ZAGER and MARSHAK, Minsk #belarus

Allison L Duke <allison.duke@...>
 

Hi all,
I am new to the group and am researching the ZOGER/ZAGER and MARSHAK
surnames >from Minsk. Not sure if it is the city or the Guerbenia as all
documents I have just say Minsk, Russia. Is anyone researching the same?

Allison Duke
allison.duke@...

(Moderator Note: When posting messages, please use capital letters for all
surnames. It is suggested that you include your city, state or Country,
if outside the US with your name and e-mail address. There may be other
SIG members near you to network with.)

Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Seeking ZARCHIN #belarus

Vcharny@...
 

In a message dated 8/3/98 7:51:41 PM Central Daylight Time, epic@...
writes:

<< My family with the surname of ZARCHIN is from
Minsk gub., Ossipovichi, specifically. >>

I didn't see yet records >from O.

<< However, ZARCHINs keep popping up all over
Belarus. I can only hope that somebody out there knows of this name.
BTW, in Russian it would be ZARHIN and there is a ZARCHI family in
Brooklyn with my same oral history who dropped the "in". >>

You may say "Russian" about ZARKHI as well as about ZARKHIN. I know about
cople well known ZARKHI >from Russian movie business.

I saw few ZARKHIN, ZARKHOV and ZARSKY records >from Minsk - but I probably
supplied you already with the translations?

Vitaly Charny

Re: Seeking ZARCHIN #belarus

Vcharny@...
 

In a message dated 8/3/98 7:51:41 PM Central Daylight Time, epic@...
writes:

<< My family with the surname of ZARCHIN is from
Minsk gub., Ossipovichi, specifically. >>

I didn't see yet records >from O.

<< However, ZARCHINs keep popping up all over
Belarus. I can only hope that somebody out there knows of this name.
BTW, in Russian it would be ZARHIN and there is a ZARCHI family in
Brooklyn with my same oral history who dropped the "in". >>

You may say "Russian" about ZARKHI as well as about ZARKHIN. I know about
cople well known ZARKHI >from Russian movie business.

I saw few ZARKHIN, ZARKHOV and ZARSKY records >from Minsk - but I probably
supplied you already with the translations?

Vitaly Charny

JRI Poland #Poland Re: jri-pl digest: August 01, 1998 #poland

Anthony J. Stern <ajstern@...>
 

Hi guys, In looking up the name Chrzan I had a number of hits, in
Ciechanow. However one which is AKT 7 given as Ajzyk Chrzan in the
database turned out be one Ajzyk Szlamowicz Okiewer not Chrzan. I have a
translation of the actual record, so if someone wants to correct the
database I have the info. Not sure who would need this data to correct
it. Perhaps someone could let me know.

Regards, Tony Stern

Re: jri-pl digest: August 01, 1998 #poland

Anthony J. Stern <ajstern@...>
 

Hi guys, In looking up the name Chrzan I had a number of hits, in
Ciechanow. However one which is AKT 7 given as Ajzyk Chrzan in the
database turned out be one Ajzyk Szlamowicz Okiewer not Chrzan. I have a
translation of the actual record, so if someone wants to correct the
database I have the info. Not sure who would need this data to correct
it. Perhaps someone could let me know.

Regards, Tony Stern

JRI Poland #Poland Two ways to unsubscribe? #poland

MMBegun@...
 

Congratulations to all for the hard work that produced a better system for
JRI-Pl.

However, there seem to be two different "unsubscribe" instructions that
appeared on the last digest.

What I saw was:
<<To unsubscribe, send email to: listserv@...
unsubscribe jri-pl>>
and:

<<To unsubscribe send email to: $subst('Email.Unsub')>>

Are we saying that either option will work? (Not that I would ever
unsubscribe!)

Mila Begun

Two ways to unsubscribe? #poland

MMBegun@...
 

Congratulations to all for the hard work that produced a better system for
JRI-Pl.

However, there seem to be two different "unsubscribe" instructions that
appeared on the last digest.

What I saw was:
<<To unsubscribe, send email to: listserv@...
unsubscribe jri-pl>>
and:

<<To unsubscribe send email to: $subst('Email.Unsub')>>

Are we saying that either option will work? (Not that I would ever
unsubscribe!)

Mila Begun

JRI Poland #Poland posting #poland

MELINDAF33@...
 

dear sir or madame:

this is my first experience with posting-i would like to find out how to
post and use this service. thank you.


melinda bronte

posting #poland

MELINDAF33@...
 

dear sir or madame:

this is my first experience with posting-i would like to find out how to
post and use this service. thank you.


melinda bronte

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen We've moved... HEADS UP!! #general

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

With this message we have ALMOST fully migrated the JewishGen Discussion
Group Mailing List to our new HOME!

There is still a little housecleaning to do... so hopefully we will have
our first FULL digest out by evening tomorrow.

PLEASE NOTE:

1) The mailing address to post to the list is:
jewishgen@...
or
sgjewish@... (moderator address will work)

2) The mailing address to send commands for your
subscription is:

listserv@...

3) With this move everyone has been set to DIGEST mode. There was no way to
retain all the subscription options for all subscribers..

So, if you want to change your options you can send the following commands,
or use the WEBFORM on the JewishGen web site (http://www.jewishgen.org)

To: listserv@...

To set to MAIL:

set jewishgen mail

To set to INDEX

set jewishgen index

To set to NOMAIL

set jewishgen nomail

4) There are several features which we have become accustomed which are not
included in this version of the software (although upgrades look
promising).

a) MIME
b) Numbering digests (although messages are numbered in the digest now
(YEAH)
c) Concealed memberships

5) JewishGen and all the SIG lists we host are now using the same software.
There are a ton of new features but as we discussed, we will begin
implementing them slowly but surely. We are trying to get a team of
volunteers up and running as well as the SIG volunteers who will managing
their own lists 100%.

Special thanks to Michael Tobias, Iris Folkson, Ruth Grant, Carol Skydell
and our team of moderators, Susana Bloch, Viviane Ship and Mike Hilson for
hanging tough during this move. Although a little perilous, we shall all be
happy one day that we aren't trying to remember commands for several pieces
of software.

Also thanks to the SIGs and their volunteers for bearing with us. We have
tried to make it as seamless possible, although a few glitches have
happened.

JewishGen will also be hosting a new Belarus SIG which went online today...
and a soon to be announced Latin American SIG which we hope to have online
within a few days.


Perhaps while we are working out the kinks and getting things running
stable again here.. perhaps those of you who participated in the Summer
Seminar in Los Angeles might share some of your experiences.

Those of us who have been reeling ever since... can catch our breaths...
before we start anew, in typical JewishGen style of course. Lots of new
projects on the horizon.. and lots of areas where we can all get involved.

In any event, thank you for your patience... and your support! We certainly
appreciate every bit of it!

Susan

We've moved... HEADS UP!! #general

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

With this message we have ALMOST fully migrated the JewishGen Discussion
Group Mailing List to our new HOME!

There is still a little housecleaning to do... so hopefully we will have
our first FULL digest out by evening tomorrow.

PLEASE NOTE:

1) The mailing address to post to the list is:
jewishgen@...
or
sgjewish@... (moderator address will work)

2) The mailing address to send commands for your
subscription is:

listserv@...

3) With this move everyone has been set to DIGEST mode. There was no way to
retain all the subscription options for all subscribers..

So, if you want to change your options you can send the following commands,
or use the WEBFORM on the JewishGen web site (http://www.jewishgen.org)

To: listserv@...

To set to MAIL:

set jewishgen mail

To set to INDEX

set jewishgen index

To set to NOMAIL

set jewishgen nomail

4) There are several features which we have become accustomed which are not
included in this version of the software (although upgrades look
promising).

a) MIME
b) Numbering digests (although messages are numbered in the digest now
(YEAH)
c) Concealed memberships

5) JewishGen and all the SIG lists we host are now using the same software.
There are a ton of new features but as we discussed, we will begin
implementing them slowly but surely. We are trying to get a team of
volunteers up and running as well as the SIG volunteers who will managing
their own lists 100%.

Special thanks to Michael Tobias, Iris Folkson, Ruth Grant, Carol Skydell
and our team of moderators, Susana Bloch, Viviane Ship and Mike Hilson for
hanging tough during this move. Although a little perilous, we shall all be
happy one day that we aren't trying to remember commands for several pieces
of software.

Also thanks to the SIGs and their volunteers for bearing with us. We have
tried to make it as seamless possible, although a few glitches have
happened.

JewishGen will also be hosting a new Belarus SIG which went online today...
and a soon to be announced Latin American SIG which we hope to have online
within a few days.


Perhaps while we are working out the kinks and getting things running
stable again here.. perhaps those of you who participated in the Summer
Seminar in Los Angeles might share some of your experiences.

Those of us who have been reeling ever since... can catch our breaths...
before we start anew, in typical JewishGen style of course. Lots of new
projects on the horizon.. and lots of areas where we can all get involved.

In any event, thank you for your patience... and your support! We certainly
appreciate every bit of it!

Susan