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American rabbi burial sites directory #general

Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

http://kevarim.com/ documents the American burial sites of various rabbis

Zev Griner
GRINER,PANCER,BOJM/BAUM,ZAJDEL,LEIZER/LEJZER (Tomszow Lubleski, Jarczow, Zamosc)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen American rabbi burial sites directory #general

Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

http://kevarim.com/ documents the American burial sites of various rabbis

Zev Griner
GRINER,PANCER,BOJM/BAUM,ZAJDEL,LEIZER/LEJZER (Tomszow Lubleski, Jarczow, Zamosc)


Persky/Perski/Perskie from Volozhin #general

JLPerskie@...
 

I am searching for anyone whose family tree includes the name
Persky/Perski/Perskie >from Volozhin in what is now Belarus. The spelling of the
name doesn't matter because it was never meant to be spelled in English.

My great grandfather, Eliezer, (Lazer), Mordechai ben Tzvi Persky, his wife,
Minnie Dithy bat Eliyahu Persky and their 4 children emigrated >from Volozhin to
the US in 1882 as one of the 43 families who founded the 1st Jewish Agricultural
Commune in the US, located in Alliance, NJ. I have almost all of the family tree
information for the descendents of Eliezer since the family's arrival in the US,
bt I am searching for his relatives who stayed behind in Volozhin. There are many
pre-WWII photographs of Perskys >from Volozhin on the Internet, and I am trying to
discover how I am related to these people. Many of them perished in the Shoah, but
there are still many people who survived and may have information on my ancestors.
Volozhin is not a large town so the Persky families must have been related in some
way.

I am willing to share the large database of Persky/Perski/Perskie information that
I have if you are a member of the Persky branch >from Volozhin. Many thanks in
advance for your response.

Jana L. Perskie
New York, NY 10009

JLPerskie@AOL.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Persky/Perski/Perskie from Volozhin #general

JLPerskie@...
 

I am searching for anyone whose family tree includes the name
Persky/Perski/Perskie >from Volozhin in what is now Belarus. The spelling of the
name doesn't matter because it was never meant to be spelled in English.

My great grandfather, Eliezer, (Lazer), Mordechai ben Tzvi Persky, his wife,
Minnie Dithy bat Eliyahu Persky and their 4 children emigrated >from Volozhin to
the US in 1882 as one of the 43 families who founded the 1st Jewish Agricultural
Commune in the US, located in Alliance, NJ. I have almost all of the family tree
information for the descendents of Eliezer since the family's arrival in the US,
bt I am searching for his relatives who stayed behind in Volozhin. There are many
pre-WWII photographs of Perskys >from Volozhin on the Internet, and I am trying to
discover how I am related to these people. Many of them perished in the Shoah, but
there are still many people who survived and may have information on my ancestors.
Volozhin is not a large town so the Persky families must have been related in some
way.

I am willing to share the large database of Persky/Perski/Perskie information that
I have if you are a member of the Persky branch >from Volozhin. Many thanks in
advance for your response.

Jana L. Perskie
New York, NY 10009

JLPerskie@AOL.com


Re: Where is that Lithuanian town ? #general

Evertjan. <exjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Eve Line Blum wrote on 28 mei 2010 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

I am looking for a Lithuanian village...is Ezheraitchiai. In 1943, it was at
about 30 kilometers >from Kaunas, between Sapizishok and Kazlu-Ruda.
Ezerelio Seniunija or Ezerelis ["small lake" or "swamp"?] between Kazlu Ruda,
modern: Kaslu Ruda Savivaldybe and Zapyskis, modern: Zapyskio Senuindija

http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~shtetm~-2620890
http://lt.wikipedia.org/wiki/E%C5%BEer%C4%97lis (miestas)
By decree of 18 nov 1942 the German occupation formed a Gypsy ghetto. [according to
Google Translate]

Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Where is that Lithuanian town ? #general

Evertjan. <exjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Eve Line Blum wrote on 28 mei 2010 in soc.genealogy.jewish:

I am looking for a Lithuanian village...is Ezheraitchiai. In 1943, it was at
about 30 kilometers >from Kaunas, between Sapizishok and Kazlu-Ruda.
Ezerelio Seniunija or Ezerelis ["small lake" or "swamp"?] between Kazlu Ruda,
modern: Kaslu Ruda Savivaldybe and Zapyskis, modern: Zapyskio Senuindija

http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~shtetm~-2620890
http://lt.wikipedia.org/wiki/E%C5%BEer%C4%97lis (miestas)
By decree of 18 nov 1942 the German occupation formed a Gypsy ghetto. [according to
Google Translate]

Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands

MODERATOR NOTE: To avoid having messages returned please do not include any accent
marks in your message.


JGS Illinois - Midwest Jewish Genealogical Conference, Sunday, June 6, 2010 #general

chifamgen <chifamgen@...>
 

Date: Sunday, June 6, 2010
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Place: Temple Beth Israel, 3601 W. Dempster, Skokie, IL
Topic: A full day of sessions featuring experts on a variety of topics to
expand your knowlede of genealogical resourcs.
Ron Arons, author of "The Jews of Sing Sing" will be our keynote speaker.
For additional information please visit http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsi or phone
(312) 666-0100.

Sandra Imyak
Publicity


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS Illinois - Midwest Jewish Genealogical Conference, Sunday, June 6, 2010 #general

chifamgen <chifamgen@...>
 

Date: Sunday, June 6, 2010
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Place: Temple Beth Israel, 3601 W. Dempster, Skokie, IL
Topic: A full day of sessions featuring experts on a variety of topics to
expand your knowlede of genealogical resourcs.
Ron Arons, author of "The Jews of Sing Sing" will be our keynote speaker.
For additional information please visit http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsi or phone
(312) 666-0100.

Sandra Imyak
Publicity


Vilnius 1875 Family List #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

A partial translation of the Vilnius 1875 Family List, Book 2, has just
been completed. The translation consists of 4,361 records. Another 2,500
records need to be translated in order to complete Book 2. That cannot
be done at the present time due to a lack of funds.

All that is needed is for 7 researchers to each contribute $200 to the
Vilnius District Research Group and the remainder of Book 2 can be completed.
There are 3,674 researchers listed for Vilnius. Surely 7 of them will be
interested enough to get the remainder of the Vilnius 1875 Family List,
Book 2, translated. As soon as Book 2 is completely translated, those
qualified contributors will not only receive the entire Book 2 but will also
receive Book 1 as well - 7,240 records. This will give them a total
of 14,101 records. That is a small price to pay for such a large quantity
of records. Please check your piggy bank and see what you can do.

Go to www.litvaksig.org/contribute Be sure and designate your contribution
is for the Vilnius District 1875 FL. The site is secure so feel free to
use your credit card.

Joel Ratner, Coordinator for the Vilnius District Research Group, is away
on a business trip at the present time. Let's make him a happy camper when
he returns and finds the target has been met. I know we can count on you to
do your part.

Howard Margol
Coordinator for Records Acquisition


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Vilnius 1875 Family List #lithuania

Howard Margol
 

A partial translation of the Vilnius 1875 Family List, Book 2, has just
been completed. The translation consists of 4,361 records. Another 2,500
records need to be translated in order to complete Book 2. That cannot
be done at the present time due to a lack of funds.

All that is needed is for 7 researchers to each contribute $200 to the
Vilnius District Research Group and the remainder of Book 2 can be completed.
There are 3,674 researchers listed for Vilnius. Surely 7 of them will be
interested enough to get the remainder of the Vilnius 1875 Family List,
Book 2, translated. As soon as Book 2 is completely translated, those
qualified contributors will not only receive the entire Book 2 but will also
receive Book 1 as well - 7,240 records. This will give them a total
of 14,101 records. That is a small price to pay for such a large quantity
of records. Please check your piggy bank and see what you can do.

Go to www.litvaksig.org/contribute Be sure and designate your contribution
is for the Vilnius District 1875 FL. The site is secure so feel free to
use your credit card.

Joel Ratner, Coordinator for the Vilnius District Research Group, is away
on a business trip at the present time. Let's make him a happy camper when
he returns and finds the target has been met. I know we can count on you to
do your part.

Howard Margol
Coordinator for Records Acquisition


Can Anyone Identify This Bride and Groom? #poland

Stanley and Shelda Sandler
 

Is there anyone who can identify this bride and groom? The photograph was
found among old pictures my grandmother had saved. My older relatives who
may have recognized the couple are deceased, and none of the younger
relatives know who this bride and groom might be. Perhaps there is someone
who will recognize the couple >from seeing the photograph in their parents'
or grandparents' home.

There are a few clues I have about the picture:
Clue #1: My grandparents, Simon Apt and Anna Newfeld, were married in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 9, 1911 in a double-wedding ceremony.
Could this be a picture of the other couple; and if so, what are their names
and how might they be related to either my grandmother or my grandfather?

Clue #2: My grandparents had a life-long friend named Becky Kramer.
"Kramer" is her married name. I do not know the given name of her husband,
nor could I find a Becky (or Rebecca) Kramer in the 1910 or 1920 Census
Records. I do not know her maiden name. Could this be a wedding photograph
of Becky Kramer and her husband?

Clue #3: The picture was taken by a photographer in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. There is a name and address stamped on the reverse side of
the picture: B. Liberchuck, 910 N. 7th Street, Philadelphia. He is not
enumerated in the 1910 Census; however, there is a Bennie Liberchuck, a
photographer, at that same address, enumerated in the 1920 Census.
According to that Census, he immigrated to America in 1910.

My grandfather, Simon Apt (ancestral surname Aptowitzer) was born in Cecowa,
Galicia. My grandmother, Anna (Newfeld...ancestral surname Najfeld/Neufeld)
Apt was born in Lodz province (possibly the town of Zgierz), Poland. Both
immigrated to America as children.

The image may be seen on ViewMate at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15481

Please reply privately to stanshel@msn.com

Thank you in advance.

Shelda Sandler
Springfield, Pennsylvania
USA


JRI Poland #Poland Can Anyone Identify This Bride and Groom? #poland

Stanley and Shelda Sandler
 

Is there anyone who can identify this bride and groom? The photograph was
found among old pictures my grandmother had saved. My older relatives who
may have recognized the couple are deceased, and none of the younger
relatives know who this bride and groom might be. Perhaps there is someone
who will recognize the couple >from seeing the photograph in their parents'
or grandparents' home.

There are a few clues I have about the picture:
Clue #1: My grandparents, Simon Apt and Anna Newfeld, were married in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 9, 1911 in a double-wedding ceremony.
Could this be a picture of the other couple; and if so, what are their names
and how might they be related to either my grandmother or my grandfather?

Clue #2: My grandparents had a life-long friend named Becky Kramer.
"Kramer" is her married name. I do not know the given name of her husband,
nor could I find a Becky (or Rebecca) Kramer in the 1910 or 1920 Census
Records. I do not know her maiden name. Could this be a wedding photograph
of Becky Kramer and her husband?

Clue #3: The picture was taken by a photographer in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. There is a name and address stamped on the reverse side of
the picture: B. Liberchuck, 910 N. 7th Street, Philadelphia. He is not
enumerated in the 1910 Census; however, there is a Bennie Liberchuck, a
photographer, at that same address, enumerated in the 1920 Census.
According to that Census, he immigrated to America in 1910.

My grandfather, Simon Apt (ancestral surname Aptowitzer) was born in Cecowa,
Galicia. My grandmother, Anna (Newfeld...ancestral surname Najfeld/Neufeld)
Apt was born in Lodz province (possibly the town of Zgierz), Poland. Both
immigrated to America as children.

The image may be seen on ViewMate at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15481

Please reply privately to stanshel@msn.com

Thank you in advance.

Shelda Sandler
Springfield, Pennsylvania
USA


Can Anyone Identify This Bride and Groom? #lodz #poland

Stanley and Shelda Sandler
 

Is there anyone who can identify this bride and groom? The photograph was
found among old pictures my grandmother had saved. My older relatives who
may have recognized the couple are deceased, and none of the younger
relatives know who this bride and groom might be. Perhaps there is someone
who will recognize the couple >from seeing the photograph in their parents'
or grandparents' home.

There are a few clues I have about the picture:
Clue #1: My grandparents, Simon Apt and Anna Newfeld, were married in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 9, 1911 in a double-wedding ceremony.
Could this be a picture of the other couple; and if so, what are their names
and how might they be related to either my grandmother or my grandfather?

Clue #2: My grandparents had a life-long friend named Becky Kramer.
"Kramer" is her married name. I do not know the given name of her husband,
nor could I find a Becky (or Rebecca) Kramer in the 1910 or 1920 Census
Records. I do not know her maiden name. Could this be a wedding photograph
of Becky Kramer and her husband?

Clue #3: The picture was taken by a photographer in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. There is a name and address stamped on the reverse side of
the picture: B. Liberchuck, 910 N. 7th Street, Philadelphia. He is not
enumerated in the 1910 Census; however, there is a Bennie Liberchuck, a
photographer, at that same address, enumerated in the 1920 Census.
According to that Census, he immigrated to America in 1910.

My grandfather, Simon Apt (ancestral surname Aptowitzer) was born in Cecowa,
Galicia. My grandmother, Anna (Newfeld...ancestral surname Najfeld/Neufeld)
Apt was born in Lodz province (possibly the town of Zgierz), Poland. Both
immigrated to America as children.

The image may be seen on ViewMate at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15481

Please reply privately to stanshel@msn.com

Thank you in advance.

Shelda Sandler
Springfield, Pennsylvania
USA


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Can Anyone Identify This Bride and Groom? #lodz #poland

Stanley and Shelda Sandler
 

Is there anyone who can identify this bride and groom? The photograph was
found among old pictures my grandmother had saved. My older relatives who
may have recognized the couple are deceased, and none of the younger
relatives know who this bride and groom might be. Perhaps there is someone
who will recognize the couple >from seeing the photograph in their parents'
or grandparents' home.

There are a few clues I have about the picture:
Clue #1: My grandparents, Simon Apt and Anna Newfeld, were married in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on August 9, 1911 in a double-wedding ceremony.
Could this be a picture of the other couple; and if so, what are their names
and how might they be related to either my grandmother or my grandfather?

Clue #2: My grandparents had a life-long friend named Becky Kramer.
"Kramer" is her married name. I do not know the given name of her husband,
nor could I find a Becky (or Rebecca) Kramer in the 1910 or 1920 Census
Records. I do not know her maiden name. Could this be a wedding photograph
of Becky Kramer and her husband?

Clue #3: The picture was taken by a photographer in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. There is a name and address stamped on the reverse side of
the picture: B. Liberchuck, 910 N. 7th Street, Philadelphia. He is not
enumerated in the 1910 Census; however, there is a Bennie Liberchuck, a
photographer, at that same address, enumerated in the 1920 Census.
According to that Census, he immigrated to America in 1910.

My grandfather, Simon Apt (ancestral surname Aptowitzer) was born in Cecowa,
Galicia. My grandmother, Anna (Newfeld...ancestral surname Najfeld/Neufeld)
Apt was born in Lodz province (possibly the town of Zgierz), Poland. Both
immigrated to America as children.

The image may be seen on ViewMate at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=15481

Please reply privately to stanshel@msn.com

Thank you in advance.

Shelda Sandler
Springfield, Pennsylvania
USA


Bessie GOLD (mother nee BERNSTEIN) #general

a1steve's rubbish removals <a1steve@...>
 

Dear All

Bessie GOLD was born in the East End of London, 1922. Parents Rebecca nee BERNSTEIN
and Hyman GOLD. Address was 3 Norfolk Buildings off Cannon Street Road, Stepney.

Bessie had an older brother called Aaron GOLD and possibly other siblings as well.

I found a marriage for a Bessie GOLD to Leslie SMITH in Leeds, 1946, but I don't
know if this is the right Bessie.

Is anybody searching this family?
Please contact me on a1steve@bigpond.com

Thanks
Naomi Ogin
Brisbane
Searching;BRESNARK,CHERNOSKY,CHORGAN, DAVIDOVITCH,DOMANIS,GOLDWITZ,GREENBERG,
HARYUDAH,HIATT,HUNT,LEBIS,OGIN,ORGIN, POLIAKOFF,RABIN,RABINOVITCH,RANDALL,
RESNICK,RUBINSTEIN,TISMAN,TISHMAN,WILSON,WOLFSON


Myer GOLD - Wrong birth cert #general

a1steve's rubbish removals <a1steve@...>
 

Dear All

Received a birth cert for Myer GOLD, but it's not the right family. Happy to
forward it on if you're researching GOLD and/or BERNSTEIN.

This Myer was born 25th February, 1921, at 24 Underwood St, reg Whitechapel.
Father : Morris Gold
Mother: Sophia Gold formerly BERNSTEIN
Occ: Tailor (Journeyman)
Reported by Morris Gold of 7 Spelman Street Whitechapel on the 15th March 1921.

Please contact me on a1steve@bigpond.com

Naomi Ogin
Brisbane


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bessie GOLD (mother nee BERNSTEIN) #general

a1steve's rubbish removals <a1steve@...>
 

Dear All

Bessie GOLD was born in the East End of London, 1922. Parents Rebecca nee BERNSTEIN
and Hyman GOLD. Address was 3 Norfolk Buildings off Cannon Street Road, Stepney.

Bessie had an older brother called Aaron GOLD and possibly other siblings as well.

I found a marriage for a Bessie GOLD to Leslie SMITH in Leeds, 1946, but I don't
know if this is the right Bessie.

Is anybody searching this family?
Please contact me on a1steve@bigpond.com

Thanks
Naomi Ogin
Brisbane
Searching;BRESNARK,CHERNOSKY,CHORGAN, DAVIDOVITCH,DOMANIS,GOLDWITZ,GREENBERG,
HARYUDAH,HIATT,HUNT,LEBIS,OGIN,ORGIN, POLIAKOFF,RABIN,RABINOVITCH,RANDALL,
RESNICK,RUBINSTEIN,TISMAN,TISHMAN,WILSON,WOLFSON


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Myer GOLD - Wrong birth cert #general

a1steve's rubbish removals <a1steve@...>
 

Dear All

Received a birth cert for Myer GOLD, but it's not the right family. Happy to
forward it on if you're researching GOLD and/or BERNSTEIN.

This Myer was born 25th February, 1921, at 24 Underwood St, reg Whitechapel.
Father : Morris Gold
Mother: Sophia Gold formerly BERNSTEIN
Occ: Tailor (Journeyman)
Reported by Morris Gold of 7 Spelman Street Whitechapel on the 15th March 1921.

Please contact me on a1steve@bigpond.com

Naomi Ogin
Brisbane


VIEWMATE #general

ms nodrog
 

I had not used Viewmate in a number of years. After using it this week, I want to
let all know how easy it is to use. I also like the respond function. Thanks
JewishGen and a special Thank you to all who responded to my inquiry.

Hope "Hanna: Gordon


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen VIEWMATE #general

ms nodrog
 

I had not used Viewmate in a number of years. After using it this week, I want to
let all know how easy it is to use. I also like the respond function. Thanks
JewishGen and a special Thank you to all who responded to my inquiry.

Hope "Hanna: Gordon