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Traveling to Mukacheve--Is a Hungarian speaking guide needed? #hungary

Preeva@...
 

Hello, Genners,
I am traveling to Mukacheve to research my father and grandparents, who =
lived in Mukacheve and spoke Hungarian. Did any of you take a guide to =
Mukacheve, and did they speak Hungarian? Who do you recommend?
Thank you,
Preeva Tramiel=

Moderator: Please respond off-list if you have suggestions.


Re: Solve a puzzle - where is this funeral, and who is being buried? #hungary

joe@...
 

My apologies to all the kind responders - I accidentally omitted the
Viewmate address of these photos. They can be found at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=15294 and
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=15293

Thanks again
Joe Slater,
Melbourne,
Australia


Re: How common was it to travel between megyes in the 1820/'70's? #hungary

joe@...
 

My great-great-grandfather SCHEINER Peter was born in Csenger in 1820
but died in Torokszentmiklos in 1906 after raising a large family
there. That's a distance of more than 200 kilometres or 130 miles. I
think one reason that Jews in that period moved was because they
suddenly *could*. Many of these towns had just been opened to Jewish
residence,and people were looking for new opportunities.

Joe Slater
Melbourne,
Australia


Hungary SIG #Hungary Traveling to Mukacheve--Is a Hungarian speaking guide needed? #hungary

Preeva@...
 

Hello, Genners,
I am traveling to Mukacheve to research my father and grandparents, who =
lived in Mukacheve and spoke Hungarian. Did any of you take a guide to =
Mukacheve, and did they speak Hungarian? Who do you recommend?
Thank you,
Preeva Tramiel=

Moderator: Please respond off-list if you have suggestions.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Solve a puzzle - where is this funeral, and who is being buried? #hungary

joe@...
 

My apologies to all the kind responders - I accidentally omitted the
Viewmate address of these photos. They can be found at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=15294 and
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=15293

Thanks again
Joe Slater,
Melbourne,
Australia


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: How common was it to travel between megyes in the 1820/'70's? #hungary

joe@...
 

My great-great-grandfather SCHEINER Peter was born in Csenger in 1820
but died in Torokszentmiklos in 1906 after raising a large family
there. That's a distance of more than 200 kilometres or 130 miles. I
think one reason that Jews in that period moved was because they
suddenly *could*. Many of these towns had just been opened to Jewish
residence,and people were looking for new opportunities.

Joe Slater
Melbourne,
Australia


Schelly Dardashti wins prestigious NGS award #general

Jeff at SG
 

I forgot to name the award Schelly won.

Schelly Talalay Dardashti was recognized by the National Genealogical
Society at its 2010 conference in Salt Lake City with the Award of
Excellence: Genealogical Methods and Sources. Dardashti, a native New
Yorker now based in Tel Aviv, was honored for her article Ties That
Bind: Jewish Research Strategies published in the September 2009 issue
of Family Tree Magazine.

Jeff Malka


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Schelly Dardashti wins prestigious NGS award #general

Jeff at SG
 

I forgot to name the award Schelly won.

Schelly Talalay Dardashti was recognized by the National Genealogical
Society at its 2010 conference in Salt Lake City with the Award of
Excellence: Genealogical Methods and Sources. Dardashti, a native New
Yorker now based in Tel Aviv, was honored for her article Ties That
Bind: Jewish Research Strategies published in the September 2009 issue
of Family Tree Magazine.

Jeff Malka


Schelly Dardashti wins prestigious NGS award #general

Jeff at SG
 

Schelly Dardashti, founder of Tracing the Tribe

Schelly Talalay Dardashti was recognized by the National Genealogical
Society at its 2010 conference in Salt Lake City with the

Our Schelly Dardashti wins a prstigious award!

Schelly, a native New Yorker now based in Tel Aviv, was honored for her
article "Ties That Bind: Jewish Research Strategies" published in the
September 2009 issue of Family Tree Magazine.

We all know Schelly as a tireless Jewish researcher, journalist, blogger
(Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog and MyHeritage Genealogy
Blog), online instructor, and international speaker. She was the
Jerusalem Post genealogy columnist (“It’s All Relative,” 1995-2005),
taught online Jewish genealogy at MyFamily.com, and is co-founder of
GenClass.com. Also a former three-term president of the Jewish Family
Research Association Israel.

Bravo Schelly for this well deserved distinction. The National
Genealogical Society is the most prestigious genealogical society in the US.

Jeff Malka


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Schelly Dardashti wins prestigious NGS award #general

Jeff at SG
 

Schelly Dardashti, founder of Tracing the Tribe

Schelly Talalay Dardashti was recognized by the National Genealogical
Society at its 2010 conference in Salt Lake City with the

Our Schelly Dardashti wins a prstigious award!

Schelly, a native New Yorker now based in Tel Aviv, was honored for her
article "Ties That Bind: Jewish Research Strategies" published in the
September 2009 issue of Family Tree Magazine.

We all know Schelly as a tireless Jewish researcher, journalist, blogger
(Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog and MyHeritage Genealogy
Blog), online instructor, and international speaker. She was the
Jerusalem Post genealogy columnist (“It’s All Relative,” 1995-2005),
taught online Jewish genealogy at MyFamily.com, and is co-founder of
GenClass.com. Also a former three-term president of the Jewish Family
Research Association Israel.

Bravo Schelly for this well deserved distinction. The National
Genealogical Society is the most prestigious genealogical society in the US.

Jeff Malka


ViewMate: EDELSON, IDELOVICH, ZILBERMAN, SILVERMAN and Annette GUERRON #general

Hilary Osofsky
 

I am hoping that someone can identify the young woman whose photo is at
ViewMate p. 15355

www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15355

We know that she was >from our Edelson (formerly Idelovich) family but
are otherwise unable to identify her. The photo was taken either in the
U.S. or in Manchester, England, in the mid-1940's.

Separately, I am also hoping that someone can put me in touch with
fellow Genner Annette Guerron and/or can identify the family members
in the photos that she sent me some time ago. These photos are posted
on ViewMate (see below).

Annette contacted me concerning my Edelson / Idelovich and
Silverman-Zilberman families >from Kovno Guberniya, Russia -
see towns, also below.

Although most of my family ultimately emigrated to the U.S.,
they initially emigrated to Manchester, England. Evidently,
Annette's family also lived in Manchester.

Unfortunately, it appears that the email address that I have for Annette
is outdated. As a result, I have been unable to tell her that we might be
related.

In that regard, one of my Edelson cousins identified the young couple in
Annette's photos as Max and Lena Liebowitz. As a child, this cousin thought
that Lena Liebowitz was a close friend of her mother, Dora (Danke) Gans
Guttenplan. However, there is reason to believe that Lena and Danke were
actually related. FYI, Danka's mother was Mary Hinda Idelovich Gans and her
grandmother was Malke Zilberman Idelovich.

I found a Max and Lena Bassman Liebowitz / Leibowitz (1869-1927; 1872 -
?), who lived in Passaic, New Jersey, and Queens, New York, >from 1900 - 1927?,
children Isador (aka Edwin), Sidney, Alexander and Eleanor, but have no
way of knowing if they are the same people.

There is also a Lena Leiber Harrison Sax / Sachs in our family (1861-1928)
who lived in Manchester. It is possible that Leiber might be a shortened
version of Leibowitz.

I would greatly appreciate it if anyone having any information would
contact me at Hilary2@aol.com

Hilary Stein Osofsky
Orinda, CA

ViewMate p. 15354
www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15354

ViewMate p. 15353
www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15353

ViewMate p. 15352
www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15352

ViewMate p. 15346 - Bassman and/or Liebowitz family
www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=15346

IDELS, IDELOVICH, EDELSON, ZILBERMAN, SILVERMAN, HARRISON,
STEIN,STERNBERG, STEINBERG - Kovno Guberniya, Russia, now Lithuania,
particularly Kvedarna (Chveidan), Zemaiciu Naumiestis, Vorne, Taurage,
Telze, and other towns in that vicinity.
STEIN, REICHER, FRIEDLENDER - Liptov Megye, Hungary - now Slovakia -
particularly Keraly Lehota / Kral'ova Lehota, Vychodna,
Benadikova/Benadekfalu and other towns in that vicinity

MODERATOR NOTE: Contact information for Annette Guerron should
be sent privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate: EDELSON, IDELOVICH, ZILBERMAN, SILVERMAN and Annette GUERRON #general

Hilary Osofsky
 

I am hoping that someone can identify the young woman whose photo is at
ViewMate p. 15355

www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15355

We know that she was >from our Edelson (formerly Idelovich) family but
are otherwise unable to identify her. The photo was taken either in the
U.S. or in Manchester, England, in the mid-1940's.

Separately, I am also hoping that someone can put me in touch with
fellow Genner Annette Guerron and/or can identify the family members
in the photos that she sent me some time ago. These photos are posted
on ViewMate (see below).

Annette contacted me concerning my Edelson / Idelovich and
Silverman-Zilberman families >from Kovno Guberniya, Russia -
see towns, also below.

Although most of my family ultimately emigrated to the U.S.,
they initially emigrated to Manchester, England. Evidently,
Annette's family also lived in Manchester.

Unfortunately, it appears that the email address that I have for Annette
is outdated. As a result, I have been unable to tell her that we might be
related.

In that regard, one of my Edelson cousins identified the young couple in
Annette's photos as Max and Lena Liebowitz. As a child, this cousin thought
that Lena Liebowitz was a close friend of her mother, Dora (Danke) Gans
Guttenplan. However, there is reason to believe that Lena and Danke were
actually related. FYI, Danka's mother was Mary Hinda Idelovich Gans and her
grandmother was Malke Zilberman Idelovich.

I found a Max and Lena Bassman Liebowitz / Leibowitz (1869-1927; 1872 -
?), who lived in Passaic, New Jersey, and Queens, New York, >from 1900 - 1927?,
children Isador (aka Edwin), Sidney, Alexander and Eleanor, but have no
way of knowing if they are the same people.

There is also a Lena Leiber Harrison Sax / Sachs in our family (1861-1928)
who lived in Manchester. It is possible that Leiber might be a shortened
version of Leibowitz.

I would greatly appreciate it if anyone having any information would
contact me at Hilary2@aol.com

Hilary Stein Osofsky
Orinda, CA

ViewMate p. 15354
www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15354

ViewMate p. 15353
www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15353

ViewMate p. 15352
www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15352

ViewMate p. 15346 - Bassman and/or Liebowitz family
www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/responselist.asp?key=15346

IDELS, IDELOVICH, EDELSON, ZILBERMAN, SILVERMAN, HARRISON,
STEIN,STERNBERG, STEINBERG - Kovno Guberniya, Russia, now Lithuania,
particularly Kvedarna (Chveidan), Zemaiciu Naumiestis, Vorne, Taurage,
Telze, and other towns in that vicinity.
STEIN, REICHER, FRIEDLENDER - Liptov Megye, Hungary - now Slovakia -
particularly Keraly Lehota / Kral'ova Lehota, Vychodna,
Benadikova/Benadekfalu and other towns in that vicinity

MODERATOR NOTE: Contact information for Annette Guerron should
be sent privately.


Gross-Rosen Museum #general

Elizabeth Erlich <erliche@...>
 

I'm trying to purchase a book >from the Gross-Rosen Museum, as well as get
some information about a relative who was a prisoner there. I sent
several emails with no success. Has anyone had a positive experience
dealing with the Gross-Rosen Museum and if so, what was your strategy?
Thank you very much
Elizabeth Erlich
erliche@libcoop.net

MODERATOR NOTE: Private responses please


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Gross-Rosen Museum #general

Elizabeth Erlich <erliche@...>
 

I'm trying to purchase a book >from the Gross-Rosen Museum, as well as get
some information about a relative who was a prisoner there. I sent
several emails with no success. Has anyone had a positive experience
dealing with the Gross-Rosen Museum and if so, what was your strategy?
Thank you very much
Elizabeth Erlich
erliche@libcoop.net

MODERATOR NOTE: Private responses please


Researching Marcus and Henriette/Henrietta TUSKA:came to USA about 1848 #general

elowith
 

Hi all,

As I work on locating death records and cemetery locations for my
family, I have run into a bit of a problem. I can not find any
records for my great-great-greats, Marcus and Henriette/Henrietta
Tuska. They came to the States in about 1848, and all of their
offspring are interred in Salem Fields Cemetery in NY. I did find a
newspaper obituary for Marcus dated July 1871, but no mention of his wife at
all nor where he was to be buried.. There are no death records
(or anything close to them) that pop up in a Steve Morse search for them
or my great-great grandfather's first wife (Wilhelmina Tuska nee Rosenbaum),
though per Census mortality report she died in 1870. Salem Fields
claims not to have them, and I don't know how to proceed to try to
track down records and/or their final resting spot. I did try contacting
Temple EmanuEl (the Temple the second generation belonged to in NY City)
and they said they could not help.

Thanks for your help in advance,

Joanne Tuska Goulding
Placitas, New Mexico
frelzna@gmail.com

Interested in surnames: BRAUER (Germany), LEOPOLD (Alsace-Lorraine),
TUSKA (Hungary), GOLDFADEN(Russia/Ukraine), SELIGMAN
(Russia/Lithuania), and BURANSKY (Russia/Lithuania)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Researching Marcus and Henriette/Henrietta TUSKA:came to USA about 1848 #general

elowith
 

Hi all,

As I work on locating death records and cemetery locations for my
family, I have run into a bit of a problem. I can not find any
records for my great-great-greats, Marcus and Henriette/Henrietta
Tuska. They came to the States in about 1848, and all of their
offspring are interred in Salem Fields Cemetery in NY. I did find a
newspaper obituary for Marcus dated July 1871, but no mention of his wife at
all nor where he was to be buried.. There are no death records
(or anything close to them) that pop up in a Steve Morse search for them
or my great-great grandfather's first wife (Wilhelmina Tuska nee Rosenbaum),
though per Census mortality report she died in 1870. Salem Fields
claims not to have them, and I don't know how to proceed to try to
track down records and/or their final resting spot. I did try contacting
Temple EmanuEl (the Temple the second generation belonged to in NY City)
and they said they could not help.

Thanks for your help in advance,

Joanne Tuska Goulding
Placitas, New Mexico
frelzna@gmail.com

Interested in surnames: BRAUER (Germany), LEOPOLD (Alsace-Lorraine),
TUSKA (Hungary), GOLDFADEN(Russia/Ukraine), SELIGMAN
(Russia/Lithuania), and BURANSKY (Russia/Lithuania)


Translation-Russian Viewmate 15400 #general

Ken Klein <kklein028@...>
 

I have posted a marriage registration in Russian of my great
grandparents Szmul Mosek Wajntrop and Gitla Kalmonowicz.
I would appreciate help with translation of names of the bride
and groom's parent's groom's or bride's occupation, parent's
occupation, dates, ages, towns, names of witnesses.

The direct link is:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15400

Thank you

Jessie Klein
Acton MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation-Russian Viewmate 15400 #general

Ken Klein <kklein028@...>
 

I have posted a marriage registration in Russian of my great
grandparents Szmul Mosek Wajntrop and Gitla Kalmonowicz.
I would appreciate help with translation of names of the bride
and groom's parent's groom's or bride's occupation, parent's
occupation, dates, ages, towns, names of witnesses.

The direct link is:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15400

Thank you

Jessie Klein
Acton MA


Viewmate Pinczow Hering family records - Russian Translation sought #general

Dave Lichtenstein
 

Dear All

I have uploaded five Hering records sourced >from an LDS microfilm relating
to Hering family members who resided in Pinczow, Poland during the 19th
century. The records are all in Russian and your assistance is kindly
sought in translating the key genealogical aspects of these records.

The direct links to these files are:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15377
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15378
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15379
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15380
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15381

Thanking you in advance
Dave Lichtenstein
Sydney, Australia

Currently researching the following families: HERING, JAGODA, KAUFMAN,
TURSKA, and ZAJDMAN (including variations of these names) in the KIELCE
district of Poland.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate Pinczow Hering family records - Russian Translation sought #general

Dave Lichtenstein
 

Dear All

I have uploaded five Hering records sourced >from an LDS microfilm relating
to Hering family members who resided in Pinczow, Poland during the 19th
century. The records are all in Russian and your assistance is kindly
sought in translating the key genealogical aspects of these records.

The direct links to these files are:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15377
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15378
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15379
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15380
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15381

Thanking you in advance
Dave Lichtenstein
Sydney, Australia

Currently researching the following families: HERING, JAGODA, KAUFMAN,
TURSKA, and ZAJDMAN (including variations of these names) in the KIELCE
district of Poland.