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Viewmate: Identify picture in New Zealand & Polish to English translation of birth document #general

Mady Land <madyland@...>
 

Hello everyone,
I've posted two items on Viewmate:

The first is a photo I found in my grandmother's album:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15404

My grandfather Max Land(schneider), a bookbinder and his brother Charles,
ladies tailor, went >from Plock, Poland to New Zealand, in the early 1900s. I
believe Max is in the middle of this group, with black hair, bowler hat,
mustache and pipe. Does anyone know about an "Athletic Park" in Wellington,
NZ (per the sign), if it still exists, where it's located, or who this group
of men might be? I believe the sign is dated 1908, but not sure, as Max came
to New York in 1907.

The second is a birth document in Polish which I would appreciate translated
into English:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15406

I'm looking for all possible details about Akt#219, the birth of Sura Prywa
ZYLBERSZTEIN, registered in 1867, to confirm if she is my great-grandmother
(mother of the above "Max LANDSCHNEIDER"/Aron Mordka Landsznejder of Plock.
The name has always been referred to as "Sara Silver", because the family
was in the silver business, but it could have been any variation such as
Zilberman, Zylberberg, etc. Would like to know if it is a late registration
and if the birth is actually years earlier. Also the details about parents
and witnesses: names, ages, occupations, where living etc.

Thank you so much for any details.
Please reply to madyland04@yahoo.com
Mady Land
New York, NY

LANDSZNEJDER/LANDSCHNEIDER/KLAMRA/ZAROSLA/Plock,Bodzanow,Gabin,Zychlin,New York;
GEDEGER/EIIDEGER/KELMAN/KIELMAN/Nowe Miasto Nad Pilica, New York;
FOGEL/FOGIEL/Hrubieszow;
LADZINSKI/LADYSINSKA/Myastowka, Ukraine, New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate: Identify picture in New Zealand & Polish to English translation of birth document #general

Mady Land <madyland@...>
 

Hello everyone,
I've posted two items on Viewmate:

The first is a photo I found in my grandmother's album:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15404

My grandfather Max Land(schneider), a bookbinder and his brother Charles,
ladies tailor, went >from Plock, Poland to New Zealand, in the early 1900s. I
believe Max is in the middle of this group, with black hair, bowler hat,
mustache and pipe. Does anyone know about an "Athletic Park" in Wellington,
NZ (per the sign), if it still exists, where it's located, or who this group
of men might be? I believe the sign is dated 1908, but not sure, as Max came
to New York in 1907.

The second is a birth document in Polish which I would appreciate translated
into English:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15406

I'm looking for all possible details about Akt#219, the birth of Sura Prywa
ZYLBERSZTEIN, registered in 1867, to confirm if she is my great-grandmother
(mother of the above "Max LANDSCHNEIDER"/Aron Mordka Landsznejder of Plock.
The name has always been referred to as "Sara Silver", because the family
was in the silver business, but it could have been any variation such as
Zilberman, Zylberberg, etc. Would like to know if it is a late registration
and if the birth is actually years earlier. Also the details about parents
and witnesses: names, ages, occupations, where living etc.

Thank you so much for any details.
Please reply to madyland04@yahoo.com
Mady Land
New York, NY

LANDSZNEJDER/LANDSCHNEIDER/KLAMRA/ZAROSLA/Plock,Bodzanow,Gabin,Zychlin,New York;
GEDEGER/EIIDEGER/KELMAN/KIELMAN/Nowe Miasto Nad Pilica, New York;
FOGEL/FOGIEL/Hrubieszow;
LADZINSKI/LADYSINSKA/Myastowka, Ukraine, New York


Please translate German #general

Burt Hecht <burt1933@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I've posted to Viewmate a marriage registration record - it is written in
both Polish and German. Are you able to provide the names of persons involved
in the wedding? Also any marginal notations would be helpful. Thank you.
The Viewmate document is captioned:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15408

Burt Hecht


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Please translate German #general

Burt Hecht <burt1933@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I've posted to Viewmate a marriage registration record - it is written in
both Polish and German. Are you able to provide the names of persons involved
in the wedding? Also any marginal notations would be helpful. Thank you.
The Viewmate document is captioned:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15408

Burt Hecht


Thank You and Success Story #general

Lynne Schneider
 

Dear Genners,
Last week I posted a question regarding the very little information
I had about my paternal great grandmother and my grandmother's sister. I
received many replies with excellent suggestions as to how I could continue
to search and I hope I did not forget to thank each Genner personally. Since
the information has been so good I felt a public thank you was in order. In
particular the assistance I received >from Zeev Sela and Shaul Sharoni has
provided me with a success story, proving that one should never give up the
search.
This is my story: Zeev's and Shaul's efforts uncovered Pages
of Testimony given by my grandmother's sister for their brother whom no one
in the family here in the US thought lived beyond young adulthood. The POTs
confirmed that he married, had at least 2 children (one of whom also submitted
a POT for him) and provided me with his date of death, gave the names of his
parents which confirmed to me that this Pinchas is my grandmother's brother.
Also, at their suggestion I checked JGFF again for Orinin, Ukraine, and found
another researcher looking for SIPERSTEIN,contacted him and his response has
convinced me that we are family. This world can be a beautiful place.
Again, my most profound thanks to all the kind Genners who
take the time to answer posted questions and who go above and beyond to help.


Lynne DATZ SCHNEIDER
esearching: DATZ, SAPIRSTEIN (SIPERSTEIN), WALZER, ESCHEN,
SINGER(MAN), SCHNEIDER, GOLDBERG, LIEBOWITZ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank You and Success Story #general

Lynne Schneider
 

Dear Genners,
Last week I posted a question regarding the very little information
I had about my paternal great grandmother and my grandmother's sister. I
received many replies with excellent suggestions as to how I could continue
to search and I hope I did not forget to thank each Genner personally. Since
the information has been so good I felt a public thank you was in order. In
particular the assistance I received >from Zeev Sela and Shaul Sharoni has
provided me with a success story, proving that one should never give up the
search.
This is my story: Zeev's and Shaul's efforts uncovered Pages
of Testimony given by my grandmother's sister for their brother whom no one
in the family here in the US thought lived beyond young adulthood. The POTs
confirmed that he married, had at least 2 children (one of whom also submitted
a POT for him) and provided me with his date of death, gave the names of his
parents which confirmed to me that this Pinchas is my grandmother's brother.
Also, at their suggestion I checked JGFF again for Orinin, Ukraine, and found
another researcher looking for SIPERSTEIN,contacted him and his response has
convinced me that we are family. This world can be a beautiful place.
Again, my most profound thanks to all the kind Genners who
take the time to answer posted questions and who go above and beyond to help.


Lynne DATZ SCHNEIDER
esearching: DATZ, SAPIRSTEIN (SIPERSTEIN), WALZER, ESCHEN,
SINGER(MAN), SCHNEIDER, GOLDBERG, LIEBOWITZ


KAHN = FALK #courland #latvia

Rachel Poole <rachel.poole3@...>
 

Hello

In Christine Usdin's listings for Births records. Liepaja 1871 the birth is
recorded of a Lea Genna Kahn - Father Benjamin Mother Malka Falk - There are
other births listed to these parents namely Roza & Hosias in a similar time
frame.

Do these names sound familiar to you? My great grandmother was Jane Cohen.
from her Hebrew Marriage Authorisation we know she was born in Courland
(town unknown) and her father was Bentzion/Benjamin. Her marriage
authorisation has her first name as Sheina. >from her marriage certificate
(London 1893) and death certificate (Swansea, Wales 1955) we can work out
her birth as having been about 1872/73.

I know nothing else of her life before coming to England - I don't even know
her mother's name or whether they came to England with her as searches of
the relevant census to not have Jane or her father living in the same house.

I'm hoping someone will recognise the birth listed or the Benjamin Kahn /
Malka Falk marriage so that I can either rule out this birth being that of
my ggm or investigate it further.

The other thing of interest would be any thoughts of what the English form
of Malka may be. Jane went on to have 3 daughters so I'm looking for a
possible pattern of names in our female line

Regards

Rachel Poole
rachel.poole3@ntlworld.com
Leicester, UK

Searching: COHEN- Courland, London, Wales, SILVER - Russia, London, Wales,
Belfast, Glasgow, Canada, LEVIN/E - Belarus, London, Liverpool, PALTO -
Wales, LIPSTITS/LIFSHITZ/LYPSCYZ - Belarus, USA, UK, CASSELL - UK & South
Africa, SHANDEL - UK & USA


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia KAHN = FALK #courland #latvia

Rachel Poole <rachel.poole3@...>
 

Hello

In Christine Usdin's listings for Births records. Liepaja 1871 the birth is
recorded of a Lea Genna Kahn - Father Benjamin Mother Malka Falk - There are
other births listed to these parents namely Roza & Hosias in a similar time
frame.

Do these names sound familiar to you? My great grandmother was Jane Cohen.
from her Hebrew Marriage Authorisation we know she was born in Courland
(town unknown) and her father was Bentzion/Benjamin. Her marriage
authorisation has her first name as Sheina. >from her marriage certificate
(London 1893) and death certificate (Swansea, Wales 1955) we can work out
her birth as having been about 1872/73.

I know nothing else of her life before coming to England - I don't even know
her mother's name or whether they came to England with her as searches of
the relevant census to not have Jane or her father living in the same house.

I'm hoping someone will recognise the birth listed or the Benjamin Kahn /
Malka Falk marriage so that I can either rule out this birth being that of
my ggm or investigate it further.

The other thing of interest would be any thoughts of what the English form
of Malka may be. Jane went on to have 3 daughters so I'm looking for a
possible pattern of names in our female line

Regards

Rachel Poole
rachel.poole3@ntlworld.com
Leicester, UK

Searching: COHEN- Courland, London, Wales, SILVER - Russia, London, Wales,
Belfast, Glasgow, Canada, LEVIN/E - Belarus, London, Liverpool, PALTO -
Wales, LIPSTITS/LIFSHITZ/LYPSCYZ - Belarus, USA, UK, CASSELL - UK & South
Africa, SHANDEL - UK & USA


Viewmate VM15281: 1827 Polish Translation #general

Dave Smith <rhombictorte@...>
 

All -

I would really appreciate someone taking a look at the marriage record I
just re-posted on Viewmate and let me know if you can decipher brides name,
parents, residences, etc. The link is below.

Dave Smith

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=15281


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate VM15281: 1827 Polish Translation #general

Dave Smith <rhombictorte@...>
 

All -

I would really appreciate someone taking a look at the marriage record I
just re-posted on Viewmate and let me know if you can decipher brides name,
parents, residences, etc. The link is below.

Dave Smith

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=15281


R' Arieh Leib Parnes of Galicia? #galicia

Michael Waas <panthersfan27@...>
 

Hi,

I am wondering if someone who has access to Meorei Galicia by
Meir Wunder could tell me what his book says about R' Arieh Leib
Parnes? I don't have a page number, unfortunately, nor a volume
number, but a search on Google Books says that his name is
mentioned in there.

I really appreciate any help that you can provide me. This is
cross-posted on the GaliciaSIG and the RavSIG.

Best Regards,

Michael Waas
Sarasota, FL

Researching: PARNES, BRIEF, ZIMET, KATZ (Galicia)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia R' Arieh Leib Parnes of Galicia? #galicia

Michael Waas <panthersfan27@...>
 

Hi,

I am wondering if someone who has access to Meorei Galicia by
Meir Wunder could tell me what his book says about R' Arieh Leib
Parnes? I don't have a page number, unfortunately, nor a volume
number, but a search on Google Books says that his name is
mentioned in there.

I really appreciate any help that you can provide me. This is
cross-posted on the GaliciaSIG and the RavSIG.

Best Regards,

Michael Waas
Sarasota, FL

Researching: PARNES, BRIEF, ZIMET, KATZ (Galicia)


Re: Location of Pagol Village? #ukraine

scrybe@...
 

I received 3 very quick responses to my question about the location of
"Pagol Village", suggesting that the name may actually be Pakulš, as found
in Shtetl Seeker. This fits with the information I already have and the town
still exists in Chernihivs'ka Oblast.

I am very grateful to the respondents as well as to JewishGen for helping me
­ this will make such a difference in my next research steps.

Evelyn Steinberg
Toronto, Canada


Two films of Ukrainian towns, courtesy of Tomek Wisniewski #ukraine

steve725@...
 

Two of the twenty short films I am currently showing within my virtual
Museum of Family History might be of interest to Ukraine researchers. One
has to do with Novoye Misto (before WWII Nowe Miasto, Poland), and Olyka
(also before 1939 part of Poland), now both in the Ukraine.

The title of the film about Nowe Miasto is "Miasto: A City That Time Forgot,
1913."

In the Olyka film, based on a photo >from 1920, Tomek questions whether the
photo he uses in the Olyka film represents a wedding or funeral, but it
seems to me that there is enough evidence that it is a photo of a wedding.
The films were created by Tomek Wisniewski and are worth seeing. You can
find the link to these films and all the others on the main page I've
created for Tomek at www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/tomek/films.htm .

Enjoy!


Regards,
Steven Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com
blog: http://museumoffamilyhistory.blogspot.com
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Location of Pagol Village? #ukraine

scrybe@...
 

I received 3 very quick responses to my question about the location of
"Pagol Village", suggesting that the name may actually be Pakulš, as found
in Shtetl Seeker. This fits with the information I already have and the town
still exists in Chernihivs'ka Oblast.

I am very grateful to the respondents as well as to JewishGen for helping me
­ this will make such a difference in my next research steps.

Evelyn Steinberg
Toronto, Canada


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Two films of Ukrainian towns, courtesy of Tomek Wisniewski #ukraine

steve725@...
 

Two of the twenty short films I am currently showing within my virtual
Museum of Family History might be of interest to Ukraine researchers. One
has to do with Novoye Misto (before WWII Nowe Miasto, Poland), and Olyka
(also before 1939 part of Poland), now both in the Ukraine.

The title of the film about Nowe Miasto is "Miasto: A City That Time Forgot,
1913."

In the Olyka film, based on a photo >from 1920, Tomek questions whether the
photo he uses in the Olyka film represents a wedding or funeral, but it
seems to me that there is enough evidence that it is a photo of a wedding.
The films were created by Tomek Wisniewski and are worth seeing. You can
find the link to these films and all the others on the main page I've
created for Tomek at www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/tomek/films.htm .

Enjoy!


Regards,
Steven Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com
blog: http://museumoffamilyhistory.blogspot.com
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


Location of Pagol Village #ukraine

Sandi Goldsmith
 

Evelyn Steinberg wanted to know where Pogol is. I'm pretty sure she is
looking for Podol/Podil which is a historic district in Kiev.

This >from Wikipedia:

The Podil or Podilskyi Raion, Podil, Podilskyi Raion) is a historic
neighborhood and an administrative raion (district) in Kiev, the capital of
Ukraine. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Kiev, the birthplace of the city's trade, commerce and industry. It still contains many architectural and historical landmarks, and new archeological sites are still being revealed.

The Great Choral Synagogue of Kiev also known as the Podil Synagogue is
still in operation.

Sandi Goldsmith
Georgia - USA

Evelyn Steinberg wrote:
I assume it is near Kyyiv as the family always said that's
where they were from. I have not been able to locate a town called Pagol
anywhere in the former Russian Empire. Has anyone heard of this town or do
they have suggestions about how I might locate it?


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Location of Pagol Village #ukraine

Sandi Goldsmith
 

Evelyn Steinberg wanted to know where Pogol is. I'm pretty sure she is
looking for Podol/Podil which is a historic district in Kiev.

This >from Wikipedia:

The Podil or Podilskyi Raion, Podil, Podilskyi Raion) is a historic
neighborhood and an administrative raion (district) in Kiev, the capital of
Ukraine. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Kiev, the birthplace of the city's trade, commerce and industry. It still contains many architectural and historical landmarks, and new archeological sites are still being revealed.

The Great Choral Synagogue of Kiev also known as the Podil Synagogue is
still in operation.

Sandi Goldsmith
Georgia - USA

Evelyn Steinberg wrote:
I assume it is near Kyyiv as the family always said that's
where they were from. I have not been able to locate a town called Pagol
anywhere in the former Russian Empire. Has anyone heard of this town or do
they have suggestions about how I might locate it?


What kind of Jews lived in Bila Tserkva? #ukraine

benmaslow@...
 

My family has its roots in the town of Bila Tserkva, about 50 miles
outside of Kiev and less than 20 miles >from the town of Skvare, which
I know to be a large group of Chassidim. I am wondering if anyone
knows were the Jews of Bila Tserkva in the late 1800s and early 1900s
Chassidim? And if so, what type of Chassidim? It makes sense to me
that they might have been Skvare Chassidim given their proximity, or
possibly Chernobler Chassidim as that was a very large group in the
1800s. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you!

Ben Maslow
Monsey, NY

Researching MASLOW, MASLOVICH/MASLOVITZ >from Kiev area of Ukraine.
ROSEN/ROSSEN/ROSIN >from Botosani, Romania.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine What kind of Jews lived in Bila Tserkva? #ukraine

benmaslow@...
 

My family has its roots in the town of Bila Tserkva, about 50 miles
outside of Kiev and less than 20 miles >from the town of Skvare, which
I know to be a large group of Chassidim. I am wondering if anyone
knows were the Jews of Bila Tserkva in the late 1800s and early 1900s
Chassidim? And if so, what type of Chassidim? It makes sense to me
that they might have been Skvare Chassidim given their proximity, or
possibly Chernobler Chassidim as that was a very large group in the
1800s. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you!

Ben Maslow
Monsey, NY

Researching MASLOW, MASLOVICH/MASLOVITZ >from Kiev area of Ukraine.
ROSEN/ROSSEN/ROSIN >from Botosani, Romania.