Date   

Wrong PINTO death record. Maybe yours? #unitedkingdom

kirsten.gradel@...
 

I just received a death certificate for a Julius PINTO, born 5 Dec
1884 in Trinidad. Died 20 Apr 1982, buried Richmond. His home address
was 41 Nowsman Road, Barnes SW13. Informant is Peter Salvadore Pinto,
son.

If someone has him in their family tree, let me know and I will send it.

Kirsten Gradel,
Denmark


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Wrong PINTO death record. Maybe yours? #unitedkingdom

kirsten.gradel@...
 

I just received a death certificate for a Julius PINTO, born 5 Dec
1884 in Trinidad. Died 20 Apr 1982, buried Richmond. His home address
was 41 Nowsman Road, Barnes SW13. Informant is Peter Salvadore Pinto,
son.

If someone has him in their family tree, let me know and I will send it.

Kirsten Gradel,
Denmark


Re: Strategies for viewing and translating microfilm #general

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Further to Schelly Dardashti's excellent suggestions for deciphering
Cyrillic on Jewish microfilm records - anyone attending the IAJGS
conference in Los Angeles in July should know that we will have a
collection of many Jewish LDS microfilms (on loan >from the local
LA Regional Family History Center) available in our resource room -
some of which are in Cyrillic, including many Polish microfilms
previously indexed by JRI-Poland.

We will also have volunteer Russian and Ukrainian-speaking translators
available to assist you in deciphering these films.

The "office hours" of these translators will be posted shortly before
the conference opens and you will be able to sign up for translation
appointments at that time.

A list of these microfilms will also be posted on the conference website
in a few weeks and we will announce the link on this listserv once it's
live. The room will be equipped with microfilm readers and a printer/copier
and flash-drive compatible machines. Ancestry.com will also have a
document-scanning room at the conference, free of charge to all attendees,
to scan paper copies of vital records, books, and other documents you find
or bring with you to the conference and will provide a free flash drive to
anyone participating in the scanning.

Pamela WeisbergerProgram Chair, IAJGS 2010 Conference
http://www.jgsla2010.com
pweisberger@hotmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Strategies for viewing and translating microfilm #general

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Further to Schelly Dardashti's excellent suggestions for deciphering
Cyrillic on Jewish microfilm records - anyone attending the IAJGS
conference in Los Angeles in July should know that we will have a
collection of many Jewish LDS microfilms (on loan >from the local
LA Regional Family History Center) available in our resource room -
some of which are in Cyrillic, including many Polish microfilms
previously indexed by JRI-Poland.

We will also have volunteer Russian and Ukrainian-speaking translators
available to assist you in deciphering these films.

The "office hours" of these translators will be posted shortly before
the conference opens and you will be able to sign up for translation
appointments at that time.

A list of these microfilms will also be posted on the conference website
in a few weeks and we will announce the link on this listserv once it's
live. The room will be equipped with microfilm readers and a printer/copier
and flash-drive compatible machines. Ancestry.com will also have a
document-scanning room at the conference, free of charge to all attendees,
to scan paper copies of vital records, books, and other documents you find
or bring with you to the conference and will provide a free flash drive to
anyone participating in the scanning.

Pamela WeisbergerProgram Chair, IAJGS 2010 Conference
http://www.jgsla2010.com
pweisberger@hotmail.com


Genealogy Presentation: Multiple Families and Mogilev and Dolginov. #belarus

evgenee@...
 

Dear Sirs,
Here is a link to a presentation about our family since circa 1780:
www.photodex.com/sharing/viewalbum.html?bm=150663
It contains information about Eisenberg, Aronchik, Brusovankin, Broskin
Berezkin), Dolgin, Ter, Sikora, Zusin, Sidorevsky, Magaras, Heifitz, Slain
and Yamnitzky families; and also some information about the Jewish communities of
Mogilev and Dolginov.
Yours sincerely,
Evgeny Eisenberg
Beer Sheva, Israel.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Genealogy Presentation: Multiple Families and Mogilev and Dolginov. #belarus

evgenee@...
 

Dear Sirs,
Here is a link to a presentation about our family since circa 1780:
www.photodex.com/sharing/viewalbum.html?bm=150663
It contains information about Eisenberg, Aronchik, Brusovankin, Broskin
Berezkin), Dolgin, Ter, Sikora, Zusin, Sidorevsky, Magaras, Heifitz, Slain
and Yamnitzky families; and also some information about the Jewish communities of
Mogilev and Dolginov.
Yours sincerely,
Evgeny Eisenberg
Beer Sheva, Israel.


Thanks for the information #poland

Elizabeth Jackson
 

Dear Mark,

Thank you kindly for the information you sent regarding your family
and Polna street in Bialystok. It is interesting how my "elusive"
Uncle doesn't turn up in any records! I envy the fact that you have
had the opportunity to walk the streets of your ancestors. I have
never been to Poland, but I have visited the town in Germany (Minden)
where my mother was raised. There is a special feeling to walk the
cobblestone streets which are still the same as those our ancestors
traversed. It appears that your family and my Uncle were neighbors.

If you were closer ... I would invite you in for a cup of coffee!
Thanks again for the information.

Elizabeth Jackson

----- Original Message ----

Subject: Re: Majer/Meier INGBERG, Polna 19 or Polnej 17
From: "Mark Halpern" <bialystoker@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 16 May 2010 11:54:25 -0400
X-Message-Number: 1

Dear Elizabeth:

My mother and her family lived at Polna 27 before immigrating to the US in
1923. In the 1930s and before, Polna was a fairly long street, running >from
ul. Pilsudskiego (you will have to consult a map) northward. Now, Polna does
not exist. The streets in the center of Bialystok were changed by
reconstruction and re-routing either just before or after the War. A short
part of Polna remains, but is now called ul. Warynskiego. Remaining is the
building that housed the Cytron Synagogue (now an art gallery) at Polna
(Warynskiego) 24,which was built in 1936.

I have walked this street many times. Across >from Polna 24 is a very large
Soviet era apartment complex. I would think that Polna 17 and 19 were once
where this apartment complex now stands. This area was in the center of the
Jewish quarter and was inside the gates of the Bialystok Ghetto.

In a historical guide of Jewish Bialystok - Jewish Heritage Trail in
Bialystok - the authors state: Polna was "typical of 19th century Bialystok.
It used to be tenement houses. The higher floors we\re occupied by rental
apartments,while the ground floors and in the backyards there were usually
stores, and craft and service shops."

Mark Halpern


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Thanks for the information #poland

Elizabeth Jackson
 

Dear Mark,

Thank you kindly for the information you sent regarding your family
and Polna street in Bialystok. It is interesting how my "elusive"
Uncle doesn't turn up in any records! I envy the fact that you have
had the opportunity to walk the streets of your ancestors. I have
never been to Poland, but I have visited the town in Germany (Minden)
where my mother was raised. There is a special feeling to walk the
cobblestone streets which are still the same as those our ancestors
traversed. It appears that your family and my Uncle were neighbors.

If you were closer ... I would invite you in for a cup of coffee!
Thanks again for the information.

Elizabeth Jackson

----- Original Message ----

Subject: Re: Majer/Meier INGBERG, Polna 19 or Polnej 17
From: "Mark Halpern" <bialystoker@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 16 May 2010 11:54:25 -0400
X-Message-Number: 1

Dear Elizabeth:

My mother and her family lived at Polna 27 before immigrating to the US in
1923. In the 1930s and before, Polna was a fairly long street, running >from
ul. Pilsudskiego (you will have to consult a map) northward. Now, Polna does
not exist. The streets in the center of Bialystok were changed by
reconstruction and re-routing either just before or after the War. A short
part of Polna remains, but is now called ul. Warynskiego. Remaining is the
building that housed the Cytron Synagogue (now an art gallery) at Polna
(Warynskiego) 24,which was built in 1936.

I have walked this street many times. Across >from Polna 24 is a very large
Soviet era apartment complex. I would think that Polna 17 and 19 were once
where this apartment complex now stands. This area was in the center of the
Jewish quarter and was inside the gates of the Bialystok Ghetto.

In a historical guide of Jewish Bialystok - Jewish Heritage Trail in
Bialystok - the authors state: Polna was "typical of 19th century Bialystok.
It used to be tenement houses. The higher floors we\re occupied by rental
apartments,while the ground floors and in the backyards there were usually
stores, and craft and service shops."

Mark Halpern


SENDING MONEY TO LITHUANIA #lithuania

Linda Higgins <lghiggins@...>
 

I would like to obtain copies of records I recently found on JewishGen.

However, never having sent money overseas, I do not know the safest and
most economical way to remit money to the archives. Does anyone have a
suggestion?

Linda Gordon Higgins


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania SENDING MONEY TO LITHUANIA #lithuania

Linda Higgins <lghiggins@...>
 

I would like to obtain copies of records I recently found on JewishGen.

However, never having sent money overseas, I do not know the safest and
most economical way to remit money to the archives. Does anyone have a
suggestion?

Linda Gordon Higgins


Trakai District Group - Darsuniskis, Daugai, Jieznas, Punia #lithuania

Jose Gutstein
 

I have distributed to Trakai District Group Contributors the following:

- Darsuniskis 1851-1857 Add RL (52 records)
- Daugai 1850-1856 Add RL (75 records)
- Jieznas 1851-1855 Add RL (14 records)
- Punia 1851-1856 Add RL (19 records)

Trakai District Group: http://www.gutstein.net/trakai/index.htm

For more information, please contact me privately.

...........................................
Jose Gutstein, LitvakSIG Trakai District Research Group Coordinator
E-Mail: Gutstein@bellsouth.net
Trakai District Group: http://www.gutstein.net/trakai/index.htm
Kaunas web page: http://www.gutstein.net/kaunas/kaunas-home.htm
Zasliai web page: http://www.gutstein.net/zasliai/zasliai-home.htm
Zeimiai web page: http://www.gutstein.net/zeimiai/zeimiai-home.htm


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Trakai District Group - Darsuniskis, Daugai, Jieznas, Punia #lithuania

Jose Gutstein
 

I have distributed to Trakai District Group Contributors the following:

- Darsuniskis 1851-1857 Add RL (52 records)
- Daugai 1850-1856 Add RL (75 records)
- Jieznas 1851-1855 Add RL (14 records)
- Punia 1851-1856 Add RL (19 records)

Trakai District Group: http://www.gutstein.net/trakai/index.htm

For more information, please contact me privately.

...........................................
Jose Gutstein, LitvakSIG Trakai District Research Group Coordinator
E-Mail: Gutstein@bellsouth.net
Trakai District Group: http://www.gutstein.net/trakai/index.htm
Kaunas web page: http://www.gutstein.net/kaunas/kaunas-home.htm
Zasliai web page: http://www.gutstein.net/zasliai/zasliai-home.htm
Zeimiai web page: http://www.gutstein.net/zeimiai/zeimiai-home.htm


ASCHERMAN of Bohemia #austria-czech

sasha.mitchell@...
 

Hello,

I am researching the Ascherman families of Bohemia on behalf of the family of a friend. (Decendants of
Nathan Ascherman who lived in Chicago.) In the course of my research, I have come across several other
Ascherman families and their descendants >from the same area, and some who believe they are related but
are not quite sure how. I am hoping that we can find out how the families are linked. Below I have gathered
information on several different families, along with some individuals. I tried to list the families in groups
below with a space between each family group

Please let me know if any of these names are familiar to you, and if you have any more information about
how they might be connected.

Very truly yours,

Sasha Mitchell, Asheville, NC

Below are the family connections I know of so far, and all of them originated in Bohemia:

Joseph Ascherman (likely b. before 1818)
Bernard b. 1838 Bohemia married Rosa Singer
Eduard married Fannie Geissman
Millie married Henry Bergmann
Clarence Bergmann
Victor Bergmann
Frederick E. Ascherman
Julius Ascherman- died Dec 2, 1930 self inflicted gunshot Chicago, IL
August Ascherman
Marie Ascherman

Another Family: (not sure how/if they are connected to above)
Name Birthplace relation Notes
Leopold Ascherman Bohemia head brothers: Karl (husband of Cecilie) below & Joseph - I know nothing of Joseph
Josephine Kohn Bohemia wife
Emil Ascherman Voltirov son
Helen Ascherman Bohemia daughter
Jack Green Helen's husband
Lottie Ascherman Bohemia daughter
John Berry Lottie's husband
Mary Ascherman Bohemia daughter
Rose Ascherman Bohemia daughter died 1955
Ignatz Ascherman 1872 Bohemia son
Marie Mertzel 1874 Ignatz's wife children: Josephine, Leo, Charles, Bertha, Margret, Alma, Milton, Lawrence. Leo's grandson Herbert is also researching
Josef Ascherman 1874 Bohemia son
Augusta Josef's wife children: unknown to me

Karel Karl Ascherman 1857 Zahoramj husband brother of Leopold above & Joseph - I know nothing of Joseph or his family
Cecilie 1857 Rannke wife children: Max, Adolph, Rudolph, Jennie, Joseph (listed directly below)

Max Ascherman 1884 Bohemia husband
Katie Mertzel wife sister to Marie Mertzel, Ignatz's wife
Lillian Ascherman daughter married Schoenberger, their daughter Carol is a family historian

Adolph Ascherman 1886 Prague husband joining brother Josef Ascherman 72nd St. arrived May 1, 1921, cousin Arthur Ascherman in Prague
Ida 1891 wife
Ella Ascherman 1901 daughter
Jiri (George) Ascherman 1903 son

Rudolph Ascherman 1886 Prague husband cousin of Ignatz Ascherman (son of Leopold & Josephine 424 E. 77th St.)
Sophia 1890 Bohemia wife
William Ascherman Manhattan son

Jennie Ascherman 1890 Bohemia sister

Joseph Ascherman 1892 Bohemia brother
Matilda 1896
Emily Ascherman 1926
Carol Ascherman 1929 married a Pepper - lives in FL - also interested in the history

Solomon Ascherman 1840 Bohemia died 1930
Katherine Kaufman 1850 Bohemia
Samuel Ascherman Bohemia
Pauline Ascherman Bohemia arrived NY 1906, died abt 1908 (self inflicted)
Otto Ascherman Bohemia
Hugo Ascherman Bohemia had a wife and daughter. Daughter married Otto Gutman - they moved to London
Emil Ascherman Bohemia later used the name Ambroz
Clara Ascherman their children: Hanna, Frantisek
Ernestine Ascherman 1873 Bohemia
Henrietta Ascherman 1881 Bohemia arrived NY abt 1891
Bernard Reinisch 1870 Henrietta's husband their children: Philip, Lillian, Keo, Edwin - Lillian's Granddaughter Michele is researching
Oscar Ascherman 1883 Bohemia arrived NY abt 1886
Jennie Ascherman Oscar's wife their children: Charles, Stanely, Barbara

Another family of siblings (parents unknown) - all >from Bohemia and lived in Chicago:
Moritz Morris Ascherman 1863 died Dec 1923 Chicago
Bettie Bertha Ascherman 1864 Austria
Samuel Levin 1854 German Bertha's husband their children: Henry, Fred, Emma, Jacob, Florence
Nathan Ascherman 1867 Bohemia
Ottile Tillie Kaufman 1869 Germany Nathan's wife their son: Elmer - this is the family I started researching.
Ludmilla Millie Ascherman 1873
Joseph Weisel 1872 Milie's husband their children: Sindey, Blanche (Kraus), Edna, Helen (Osterman)
Rosie Ascherman 1876 died 1943 unmarried


Assorted Ascherman names - I do not have family connections beyond what is listed below
Joseph Ascherman 1852 Bohemia arrived June 10, 1869, died age 52 died Sept 30, 1905 Saloon Keeper 892 N. Kedzie Ave. bullet wound in left breast and chest self inflicted with a revolver with suicidal intent
Katerine Ascherman 1893 Bohemia divorced? age 32 on Oct 19, 1925 (b. abt 1893) occ. dentist under Marriage status says "Dd."en route to NY (son, Mr. T. Ascherman. U Radnice 24, Prague)
Edvard Aschermann 1869 Bohemia Deported with transport Bv >from Terezin to Treblinka on 15/10/1942. Edvard perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a List of Theresienstadt camp inmates found in the Terezinska Pametni Kniha/Theresienstaedter Gedenkbuch, Terezinska Iniciativa, vol. I-II Melantrich, Praha 1995, vol. III Academia Verlag, Prag 2000.

Jindriska Aschermannova 1870 Deported with transport Dr >from Terezin to Auschwitz on 15/12/1943. Jindriska perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a List of Theresienstadt camp inmates found in the Terezinska Pametni Kniha/Theresienstaedter Gedenkbuch, Terezinska Iniciativa, vol. I-II Melantrich, Praha 1995, vol. III Academia Verlag, Prag 2000.

Kamilla Aschermann 1896 Klucenice married Neumann. born to Eduard and Jindriska. She was a housewife and married to Wilhelm. Prior to WWII she lived in Wien, Austria. During the war she was in Wien, Austria. Kamilla perished in 1941 in Minsk, Camp. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter.
Caterina Ascherman 1883 Bohemia widowed widowed. nearest relative >from whence alien came "Wife" Max Ascherman at Prague. arrived Nov 27, 1920.going to Brother Leopold Rosenfeld 565 5th AVe at New York City, NY=


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech ASCHERMAN of Bohemia #austria-czech

sasha.mitchell@...
 

Hello,

I am researching the Ascherman families of Bohemia on behalf of the family of a friend. (Decendants of
Nathan Ascherman who lived in Chicago.) In the course of my research, I have come across several other
Ascherman families and their descendants >from the same area, and some who believe they are related but
are not quite sure how. I am hoping that we can find out how the families are linked. Below I have gathered
information on several different families, along with some individuals. I tried to list the families in groups
below with a space between each family group

Please let me know if any of these names are familiar to you, and if you have any more information about
how they might be connected.

Very truly yours,

Sasha Mitchell, Asheville, NC

Below are the family connections I know of so far, and all of them originated in Bohemia:

Joseph Ascherman (likely b. before 1818)
Bernard b. 1838 Bohemia married Rosa Singer
Eduard married Fannie Geissman
Millie married Henry Bergmann
Clarence Bergmann
Victor Bergmann
Frederick E. Ascherman
Julius Ascherman- died Dec 2, 1930 self inflicted gunshot Chicago, IL
August Ascherman
Marie Ascherman

Another Family: (not sure how/if they are connected to above)
Name Birthplace relation Notes
Leopold Ascherman Bohemia head brothers: Karl (husband of Cecilie) below & Joseph - I know nothing of Joseph
Josephine Kohn Bohemia wife
Emil Ascherman Voltirov son
Helen Ascherman Bohemia daughter
Jack Green Helen's husband
Lottie Ascherman Bohemia daughter
John Berry Lottie's husband
Mary Ascherman Bohemia daughter
Rose Ascherman Bohemia daughter died 1955
Ignatz Ascherman 1872 Bohemia son
Marie Mertzel 1874 Ignatz's wife children: Josephine, Leo, Charles, Bertha, Margret, Alma, Milton, Lawrence. Leo's grandson Herbert is also researching
Josef Ascherman 1874 Bohemia son
Augusta Josef's wife children: unknown to me

Karel Karl Ascherman 1857 Zahoramj husband brother of Leopold above & Joseph - I know nothing of Joseph or his family
Cecilie 1857 Rannke wife children: Max, Adolph, Rudolph, Jennie, Joseph (listed directly below)

Max Ascherman 1884 Bohemia husband
Katie Mertzel wife sister to Marie Mertzel, Ignatz's wife
Lillian Ascherman daughter married Schoenberger, their daughter Carol is a family historian

Adolph Ascherman 1886 Prague husband joining brother Josef Ascherman 72nd St. arrived May 1, 1921, cousin Arthur Ascherman in Prague
Ida 1891 wife
Ella Ascherman 1901 daughter
Jiri (George) Ascherman 1903 son

Rudolph Ascherman 1886 Prague husband cousin of Ignatz Ascherman (son of Leopold & Josephine 424 E. 77th St.)
Sophia 1890 Bohemia wife
William Ascherman Manhattan son

Jennie Ascherman 1890 Bohemia sister

Joseph Ascherman 1892 Bohemia brother
Matilda 1896
Emily Ascherman 1926
Carol Ascherman 1929 married a Pepper - lives in FL - also interested in the history

Solomon Ascherman 1840 Bohemia died 1930
Katherine Kaufman 1850 Bohemia
Samuel Ascherman Bohemia
Pauline Ascherman Bohemia arrived NY 1906, died abt 1908 (self inflicted)
Otto Ascherman Bohemia
Hugo Ascherman Bohemia had a wife and daughter. Daughter married Otto Gutman - they moved to London
Emil Ascherman Bohemia later used the name Ambroz
Clara Ascherman their children: Hanna, Frantisek
Ernestine Ascherman 1873 Bohemia
Henrietta Ascherman 1881 Bohemia arrived NY abt 1891
Bernard Reinisch 1870 Henrietta's husband their children: Philip, Lillian, Keo, Edwin - Lillian's Granddaughter Michele is researching
Oscar Ascherman 1883 Bohemia arrived NY abt 1886
Jennie Ascherman Oscar's wife their children: Charles, Stanely, Barbara

Another family of siblings (parents unknown) - all >from Bohemia and lived in Chicago:
Moritz Morris Ascherman 1863 died Dec 1923 Chicago
Bettie Bertha Ascherman 1864 Austria
Samuel Levin 1854 German Bertha's husband their children: Henry, Fred, Emma, Jacob, Florence
Nathan Ascherman 1867 Bohemia
Ottile Tillie Kaufman 1869 Germany Nathan's wife their son: Elmer - this is the family I started researching.
Ludmilla Millie Ascherman 1873
Joseph Weisel 1872 Milie's husband their children: Sindey, Blanche (Kraus), Edna, Helen (Osterman)
Rosie Ascherman 1876 died 1943 unmarried


Assorted Ascherman names - I do not have family connections beyond what is listed below
Joseph Ascherman 1852 Bohemia arrived June 10, 1869, died age 52 died Sept 30, 1905 Saloon Keeper 892 N. Kedzie Ave. bullet wound in left breast and chest self inflicted with a revolver with suicidal intent
Katerine Ascherman 1893 Bohemia divorced? age 32 on Oct 19, 1925 (b. abt 1893) occ. dentist under Marriage status says "Dd."en route to NY (son, Mr. T. Ascherman. U Radnice 24, Prague)
Edvard Aschermann 1869 Bohemia Deported with transport Bv >from Terezin to Treblinka on 15/10/1942. Edvard perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a List of Theresienstadt camp inmates found in the Terezinska Pametni Kniha/Theresienstaedter Gedenkbuch, Terezinska Iniciativa, vol. I-II Melantrich, Praha 1995, vol. III Academia Verlag, Prag 2000.

Jindriska Aschermannova 1870 Deported with transport Dr >from Terezin to Auschwitz on 15/12/1943. Jindriska perished in the Shoah. This information is based on a List of Theresienstadt camp inmates found in the Terezinska Pametni Kniha/Theresienstaedter Gedenkbuch, Terezinska Iniciativa, vol. I-II Melantrich, Praha 1995, vol. III Academia Verlag, Prag 2000.

Kamilla Aschermann 1896 Klucenice married Neumann. born to Eduard and Jindriska. She was a housewife and married to Wilhelm. Prior to WWII she lived in Wien, Austria. During the war she was in Wien, Austria. Kamilla perished in 1941 in Minsk, Camp. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her daughter.
Caterina Ascherman 1883 Bohemia widowed widowed. nearest relative >from whence alien came "Wife" Max Ascherman at Prague. arrived Nov 27, 1920.going to Brother Leopold Rosenfeld 565 5th AVe at New York City, NY=


Train Journey from Iasi in Romania to Hamburg in Germany #romania

marcelg@...
 

Does any one have details of the train route before the year 1910, that the
Jewish families took >from Iasi in Romania to Hamburg in Germany on their way
to England and America.

Did they have to change stations in the big cities on route ?

I know that they received aid >from the local Jewish Communities on route.

Marcel Glaskie
Ra'anana, Israel.
marcelg@netvision.net.il


WW I victims in Romania #romania

baalh@...
 

Don't forget the memorial plaque in the Craiova cemetery that I posted on 1=
5 April 2007 (Viewmate 6814), which was actually published by Prof. Gyemant=
. I requested a repost of the image >from the Viewmate administrator. Check =
Viewmate in the next day or so, assuming that the repost will be approved. =
If not, I can send the image to whoever is interested.=0A=0AHag shavuot sam=
each,=0A=0ASam Wolff=0AJerusalem=0A=0ARoseann wrote: Several of you have wr=
itten to ask me about any possible lists of =0ARomanian Jews who fought in =
WWI.=A0=0A=0A=0A


Romania SIG #Romania Train Journey from Iasi in Romania to Hamburg in Germany #romania

marcelg@...
 

Does any one have details of the train route before the year 1910, that the
Jewish families took >from Iasi in Romania to Hamburg in Germany on their way
to England and America.

Did they have to change stations in the big cities on route ?

I know that they received aid >from the local Jewish Communities on route.

Marcel Glaskie
Ra'anana, Israel.
marcelg@netvision.net.il


Romania SIG #Romania WW I victims in Romania #romania

baalh@...
 

Don't forget the memorial plaque in the Craiova cemetery that I posted on 1=
5 April 2007 (Viewmate 6814), which was actually published by Prof. Gyemant=
. I requested a repost of the image >from the Viewmate administrator. Check =
Viewmate in the next day or so, assuming that the repost will be approved. =
If not, I can send the image to whoever is interested.=0A=0AHag shavuot sam=
each,=0A=0ASam Wolff=0AJerusalem=0A=0ARoseann wrote: Several of you have wr=
itten to ask me about any possible lists of =0ARomanian Jews who fought in =
WWI.=A0=0A=0A=0A


Olshana #ukraine

bhaas811@...
 

I am a bit stuck. I have the Duma list and am almost certain that the Olshana (town) Monastyrskij (Monastersky) men listed are relatives. My grandfather came >from Olshana and on his grave marker the name of his father is Leb. On that list there is a Lejba who must be his father.How can I find out more about these people? Were they father and sons, brothers etc. All of the Monastersky's I have contacted or who have answered my posts have been >from other places. Is there any access to the Revision lists of 1858 or the 1897 All Empire Russian Census?---
---
Beverly Haas
bhaas811@yahoo.com

Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
Boca Raton, FL 33431


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Olshana #ukraine

bhaas811@...
 

I am a bit stuck. I have the Duma list and am almost certain that the Olshana (town) Monastyrskij (Monastersky) men listed are relatives. My grandfather came >from Olshana and on his grave marker the name of his father is Leb. On that list there is a Lejba who must be his father.How can I find out more about these people? Were they father and sons, brothers etc. All of the Monastersky's I have contacted or who have answered my posts have been >from other places. Is there any access to the Revision lists of 1858 or the 1897 All Empire Russian Census?---
---
Beverly Haas
bhaas811@yahoo.com

Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
Boca Raton, FL 33431