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Re: #CryptoJewry #Sephardic #Israel #israel

Rogelio De los Santos Tandoc Jr.
 

Dear brothers and sisters,


I appreciate every help. I applied for Sephardic citizenship online last September 2019 at FCJE.org for my certificate and waiting for approval. I've message them about my passport which is already expired last year, and I cannot get a new one because I need to submit to USCIS next month for my US citizenship. My brothers and I are happy to see our Sephardic family in Spain.  Every time that I heard killing Jews it makes me cry because it reminds me about my family who escaped from Spain. Thank you for your concern, and GOD bless!

Rogelio De los Santos Tandoc Jr.


SIG group mailings

Jeff at SG
 

I rarely receive the SIG digests anymore.

When I click on the 'View all your groups.jewishgen.org' or 'Edit your subscriptions here' links I see the only thing I seem subscribed to is "Main".

And on that screen i was sent to I can find no way to add or check on my SIG subscriptions. I am posting this topic on the Main list because I am sure a lot of people would like to know the answer. The last message I sent to support only got me a default form reply with a link that did not accept either my new or old jewishgen passwords. So I gave up.

Please don't send me another default response because I cannot access the reply. My passwords don't work. Please just answer my question on the Main list so I and the many others in my position can benefit.

Thank you!

Jeff Malka 


Re: Aleph Yud - what does it mean?

Judite Orensztajn
 

Amiel, shalom and shavua tov,

Whenever you and all our genders find this kind of "mystery", it can easily be solved here: http://www.kizur.co.il/home.php

This is a site that gives the meaning of RASHEI TEVOT.

The most common meaning of א"י is Eretz Israel (ארץ ישראל), but there are other ones, as you can see here: http://www.kizur.co.il/search_word.php?abbr=%D7%90%D7%99&searchby=abbr&m=1

I hope this helps! All the best,

Judite Orensztajn, Jerusalem

From: main@... <main@...> On Behalf Of AmielM@...
Sent: Saturday, October 26, 2019 4:09 PM
To: main@...
Subject: [JewishGen.org] Aleph Yud - what does it mean? #Sub-Carpathia #Help

 

Good day. In the 1932 census in Tzfat, my great-grandmother's country of birth and nationality is described in Hebrew letters as "Aleph Yud". Could someone shed a light as to what it means? I guess it's an acronym, but I cannot find its meaning.
Thank you,
Amiel Moskona


Re: Can anyone tell me how long has the name Neta ( נֶטַע ) has been in use?

rv Kaplan
 

Google shows examples eg Natan Nota Eibeschutz, Natan Nota Kozlowsky, Natan Nota Ragoler etc.  Does Nota come from the same root as Neta?

Harvey Kaplan

Glasgow, Scotland
 


Re: Can anyone tell me how long has the name Neta ( נֶטַע ) has been in use?

David Lewin
 

I found individuals wit the personal name NETA born on
Birth Date
18970820
18990712
19000914
19080101
19110000
19110108
19110310
19111009
19151012
19170801
19180501
19190815
19201226
19210325
19220000
19220200
19220302
19220429
19220517
19221011
19231007
19240708
19241010
19250305
19261109
19270407
19270825
19271002
19280428
19281008
19290402
19300628
19320214
19320530
19320702
19320714
19320728
19321225
19330102
19330129
19330203

The oldest person with a MOTHER named NETA that I found was born   19051018


The oldest person with a FAHER named NETA that I found was born   19010000

While this is not a definitive answer to your question, it does illustrate that Neta is a name older than I had realized before

David Lewin
London


At 06:23 26/10/2019, Vernon Kronenberg wrote:
There was a famous Jewish printing family in Poland (Bilgoraj) headed by Natan Neta Kronenberg. I am told that the two names often go together.
If you Google that name you'll get more information.
Cheers,

Vernon.kronenberg@...
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vernon.kronenberg@...


Re: Aleph Yud - what does it mean?

David Lewin
 


Taken out of context it is difficult to be certain but Alef-Yud can stand for
"Or Yehuda"
Or Yashar
Eilat
"Eino Yehudi" = is not a Jew
Eino Yachol = is unable
Eretz Yisrael

to name but a few


David Lewin
London


At 14:09 26/10/2019, AmielM@... wrote:
Good day. In the 1932 census in Tzfat, my great-grandmother's country of birth and nationality is described in Hebrew letters as "Aleph Yud". Could someone shed a light as to what it means? I guess it's an acronym, but I cannot find its meaning.
Thank you,
Amiel Moskona


Re: Can anyone tell me how long has the name Neta ( נֶטַע ) has been in use?

David Lewin
 

Neta comes from he Hebrew - it is the root Nun-Tet-Ayin which has to do with planting.

It is supposedly biblical and appears in Psalms 104 verse 16 where it refers to the planted Cedars of the Lebanon. It also appears in Isaiah Chapter 5 verse 7.  The connection is a the "rooting" of a person in his heritage

Neta (planted) in Hebrew has no connection to Nathan  which is rooted in the word "given"

David Lewin
London



At 13:45 26/10/2019, rv Kaplan via Groups.Jewishgen.Org wrote:
Isn't Natan Nota a man's name, and Neta a female name?

Harvey Kaplan

On Sat, 26 Oct 2019, 13:35 Vernon Kronenberg, < vernon.kronenberg@...> wrote:
There was a famous Jewish printing family in Poland (Bilgoraj) headed by Natan Neta Kronenberg. I am told that the two names often go together.
If you Google that name you'll get more information.
Cheers,

Vernon.kronenberg@...
Â

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vernon.kronenberg@...

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Re: SYNAGOGUE RECORDS LONDON

Michael Hoffman
 

Hi Janice,

The following is for the United Synagogue were you can order Marriage Authorisation Documents for almost all Orthodox Jewish Marriages in the UK.
https://www.theus.org.uk/category/find-marriage-record   You can only do searches online for documents up to 1918, after this date you will need to enquire by email  
Read and follow carefully the ordering directions on this page. 

Best regards,
Michael Hoffman
Borehamwood,
HERTS UK


Aleph Yud - what does it mean?

AmielM@...
 

Good day. In the 1932 census in Tzfat, my great-grandmother's country of birth and nationality is described in Hebrew letters as "Aleph Yud". Could someone shed a light as to what it means? I guess it's an acronym, but I cannot find its meaning.
Thank you,
Amiel Moskona


Re: Can anyone tell me how long has the name Neta (נֶטַע) has been in use?

rv Kaplan
 

Isn't Natan Nota a man's name, and Neta a female name?

Harvey Kaplan

On Sat, 26 Oct 2019, 13:35 Vernon Kronenberg, <vernon.kronenberg@...> wrote:
There was a famous Jewish printing family in Poland (Bilgoraj) headed by Natan Neta Kronenberg. I am told that the two names often go together.
If you Google that name you'll get more information.

--
vernon.kronenberg@...


Searching for fate of Ilona CYNOWER / CENNOVER / SYNOBER, etc. #germany

Selma Sheridan
 

Dear researchers,

My grandmother, Jocheved BAUCHMANN SIGAL (born 1881, living in Vienna), had
an older sister, Cecelia BAUCHMANN, who married David CENNOVER (ZINOBER,
CYNOVER, CINOBER, etc.) in Budapest. They had three daughters. Anna
married Lipot RITTER; their descendants do not know the family history.

Sara married Mathias HERSCHER, and moved to Lens, France; they had three
daughters; no one survived the Holocaust. Ilona, the oldest unmarried
daughter, went >from Budapest to France about 1938 to help Sara with the
children, did not arrive and was never heard >from again. (My father,
Bernhard SIGAL, had fled Vienna in July 1938, the day before he was to be
sent to Dachau; his Vienna family was murdered.)

I assume that Ilona HERSCHER travelled by train some of the way, probably
through Austria, but whether via Germany or Switzerland after that I don't
know.
Perhaps she was murdered in Hungary or anywhere on the possible routes.
Maybe she ended up in a totally different country. Maybe she married a
gentile and assumed a different identity, or got false papers with a new
name.

So far, I have contacted authorities in Switzerland; searched JewishGen and
its SIGs (Hungary, France, Austria-Czech), Ancestry, Arolsen Archives,
Gesher Galicia, FamilySearch, YIVO; visited the Dohany synagogue archive in
Budapest (they refused to give me any information even though I had a
translator) and many archives in Vienna. I am new to GerSIG, and wonder if
there is a file for foreigners in transit, or if anyone in GerSIG has other
search ideas. Is it time for a professional genealogist - if so, any
suggestions? Many thanks!

Selma Sigal Sheridan, Oswego NY ssherida@twcny.rr.com


German SIG #Germany Searching for fate of Ilona CYNOWER / CENNOVER / SYNOBER, etc. #germany

Selma Sheridan
 

Dear researchers,

My grandmother, Jocheved BAUCHMANN SIGAL (born 1881, living in Vienna), had
an older sister, Cecelia BAUCHMANN, who married David CENNOVER (ZINOBER,
CYNOVER, CINOBER, etc.) in Budapest. They had three daughters. Anna
married Lipot RITTER; their descendants do not know the family history.

Sara married Mathias HERSCHER, and moved to Lens, France; they had three
daughters; no one survived the Holocaust. Ilona, the oldest unmarried
daughter, went >from Budapest to France about 1938 to help Sara with the
children, did not arrive and was never heard >from again. (My father,
Bernhard SIGAL, had fled Vienna in July 1938, the day before he was to be
sent to Dachau; his Vienna family was murdered.)

I assume that Ilona HERSCHER travelled by train some of the way, probably
through Austria, but whether via Germany or Switzerland after that I don't
know.
Perhaps she was murdered in Hungary or anywhere on the possible routes.
Maybe she ended up in a totally different country. Maybe she married a
gentile and assumed a different identity, or got false papers with a new
name.

So far, I have contacted authorities in Switzerland; searched JewishGen and
its SIGs (Hungary, France, Austria-Czech), Ancestry, Arolsen Archives,
Gesher Galicia, FamilySearch, YIVO; visited the Dohany synagogue archive in
Budapest (they refused to give me any information even though I had a
translator) and many archives in Vienna. I am new to GerSIG, and wonder if
there is a file for foreigners in transit, or if anyone in GerSIG has other
search ideas. Is it time for a professional genealogist - if so, any
suggestions? Many thanks!

Selma Sigal Sheridan, Oswego NY ssherida@twcny.rr.com


Re: Can anyone tell me how long has the name Neta (נֶטַע) has been in use?

vogelko
 

Google has a lot of information.


In Search for DEUTSCH Antal

Amit N
 

Dear All,

I am trying to confirm information regarding a person named DEUTSCH
Antal. He was born on February 1st 1858 in Szegenyhaz Ter, Budapest
(where is that today?), and married LICHTENSTEIN Rozalia.
I would like to find information regarding their children, occupation,
place of living and death dates. I have tried to search for both names
on JewishGen so that's all I know.

If anyone can help me out I would really appreciate it!

Many thanks,
Amit


Re: SYNAGOGUE RECORDS LONDON

terri3149
 

Hi would also be interested in this ad my grandparents lived in that area and my grandmother went to Spitalfields Jewish  school

Terri Nathan 


Re: SYNAGOGUE RECORDS LONDON

N. Summers
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society Of Great Britain has a number of resources about London and the rest of the UK. i’m sure they could help steer you to a local resource.

https://jgsgb.org.uk/

Nancy
Summ1@... 


Re: SIG emails

bcloncar@...
 

Please send out a "test message"
Thank You,
Carolina


Re: Can anyone tell me how long has the name Neta (נֶטַע) has been in use?

Vernon Kronenberg
 

There was a famous Jewish printing family in Poland (Bilgoraj) headed by Natan Neta Kronenberg. I am told that the two names often go together.
If you Google that name you'll get more information.

--
vernon.kronenberg@...


Two Exhibits in New York City: Auschwitz Exhibit at Museum of Jewish Heritage Extended and Forward Print Archives

Jan Meisels Allen
 

There are two exhibits in New York City that you may find of interest:

 


The Museum of Jewish Heritage: A Living Memorial to the Holocaust has announced it is extending its exhibit Auschwitz Not long ago Not far Away through August 30, 2020. It was originally scheduled to close this Fall. Exhibits include a train car that shuttled Jews from ghettos to concentration camps, artifacts from Anne Frank’s secret annex and a shofar that was blown at Auschwitz.  The exhibit opened last May and over 106,000 people have thus far visited the exhibit.  The exhibit has over 700 original objects and 400 photographs from 20 institutions and museums around the world.


For information on the exhibit see:  https://mjhnyc.org/discover-the-exhibition/about-the-exhibition/

and  obtaining tickets to the exhibit go to: https://mjhnyc.org/exhibitions/auschwitz/

 

An article in the Forward may be found at:  https://forward.com/culture/433628/auschwitz-not-long-ago-not-far-away-extend-run-museum-of-jewish-heritage

 

Museum at Eldridge Street

 

The Museum at Eldridge Street is hosting through Spring 2002 “Pressed: Images from the Jewish Daily Forward”.  This exhibit of images from the Forward is from their press plates over decades of publications.

 

See: https://forward.com/culture/433645/plates/

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 


Re: Trying to decipher names

Susan&David
 

The ship manifest is for the September 6, 1924 NY arrival of the S.S. Stuttgart.  What is interesting is on the second page. Her Baltimore destination is her uncle, Markus NUSSBAUM.  I found Bertha WEINBERG in the 1930 census, living with the Marcus NUSBAUM in Baltimore.

David Rosen
Boston, MA


On 10/25/2019 11:18 AM, justiceofp@... wrote:
I am attaching two documents.  One is the ship's manifest with the name of Bertha's father.
Linda Winkleman
Wallingford, CT

21181 - 21200 of 658151