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ViewMate translation request - Polish #general

Alex Girshovich
 

Dear Group,

I am seeking for help in translating the heading of the 1795 census
page of Turets, Novogrudok County, Belarus. Apparently it was a
Lithuanian province at that time.
The census was conducted in the year of the Russian annexation of this
area >from Poland (aka the 3rd division of Poland), and it was done in
Polish.
I hope that this translation will help me to understand better the
context of this place.
The image in Polish is posted at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75182

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page or
directly to my email agirsh1@gmail.com.

Greatly appreciate your help.

BR,
Alex Girshovich
Jerusalem, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Polish #general

Alex Girshovich
 

Dear Group,

I am seeking for help in translating the heading of the 1795 census
page of Turets, Novogrudok County, Belarus. Apparently it was a
Lithuanian province at that time.
The census was conducted in the year of the Russian annexation of this
area >from Poland (aka the 3rd division of Poland), and it was done in
Polish.
I hope that this translation will help me to understand better the
context of this place.
The image in Polish is posted at
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75182

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page or
directly to my email agirsh1@gmail.com.

Greatly appreciate your help.

BR,
Alex Girshovich
Jerusalem, Israel


ViewMate translation request - Russian #general

wenglenski virginie
 

Hello,

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need a translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75196
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75197
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75198

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Virginie Wenglenski


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Russian #general

wenglenski virginie
 

Hello,

I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need a translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75196
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75197
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75198

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Virginie Wenglenski


ViewMate translation request - old German script #general

WALTER ELIAS
 

I've re-posted the second part of a vital record in German for which
I need a translation. I had posted it previously but I have now
enhanced it and it should be more readable. It is on ViewMate at the
following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75175
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.
Walter S. Elias, St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - old German script #general

WALTER ELIAS
 

I've re-posted the second part of a vital record in German for which
I need a translation. I had posted it previously but I have now
enhanced it and it should be more readable. It is on ViewMate at the
following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75175
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.
Walter S. Elias, St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA


ViewMate Translation Request - Russian Revision List #ukraine

Jacob Heisler
 

Hi everyone,

I found an 1816 record for a Ginach PEKAR >from Radomyshl, Ukraine. The
record is a revision list, the Russian Empire equivalent of a census.
I posted it on ViewMate, and I would really appreciate it if someone
could translate the record for me. Ginach and his family are at the
bottom of the image. The record can be found here:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75185

Thank you for your time!

From,
Jacob Heisler
Boston, MA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine ViewMate Translation Request - Russian Revision List #ukraine

Jacob Heisler
 

Hi everyone,

I found an 1816 record for a Ginach PEKAR >from Radomyshl, Ukraine. The
record is a revision list, the Russian Empire equivalent of a census.
I posted it on ViewMate, and I would really appreciate it if someone
could translate the record for me. Ginach and his family are at the
bottom of the image. The record can be found here:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75185

Thank you for your time!

From,
Jacob Heisler
Boston, MA


Seeking Brick Wall help FILVINSKY #general

Susan Goldsmith
 

Seeking help for brick wall re: paternal maternal great
grandmother Asne Minna FILVINSKY GITTES

How can I search farther back in time to be able to connect Asne
Minna's parents and family to the rest of the FILVINSKY family? I have
scoured JewishGen and cannot find Asne Minna, her brother or her parents.

My paternal maternal great grandmother Asne Minna FILVINSKY GITTES,
was a daughter of Shmuel Zev and Ester Filvinsky (maiden name unknown), a
sister of brother Muska Getsel Filvinsky (and probably other siblings).
My conundrum is how and where these four Filvinskys fit into the other
Filvinskys for whom I have a detailed and extensive Filvinsky tree
comprised of family originally >from Lithuania in the US, Russia, and
Israel. I am glad to provide the tree to you if you think you may be able
to spot a connection.

FILVINSKY, sometimes spelled PILVINSKY, was not a common name in
Lithuania. Importantly, two Osna Minnas, born in 1928, were named after
my Asne Minna: Elsa (Osna Minna) Philwin (Filvinsky) and Osna Minna
Goldstein Fenner. The first cousin, Elsa Philwin, appears in the
extensive US-Russian-Israeli Filvinsky tree; Osna Fenner does not. Elsa
was the granddaughter of Mikhel Aron FILVINSKY b. 1854 and Fannie (Feiga
Liba SHUR, and great granddaughter of Movsha Girsh FILVINSKY b.1834 and
Malke Leiba WULFOWITZ. My Asne Minna is in the middle of those two
generations, being b. ~1844, but neither she nor her father Shmuel Zev
appears in the Filvinsky tree. Shmuel Zev's name was on her matseva;
both her parents' names were on her death certificate. Elsa knew that
she was named after cousin Asne Minna Filvinsky, but not how they were
related. Elsa has passed away.

Asne Minna was born in Adutiskis, Svencionys, Vilnius Lithuania in
July 1844. (Adutiskis was Hoduciszki, Poland during the interwar period).
Her father was Shmuel Zev and mother Esther. Asne had a brother Muska
Getsel. Asne Minna may have run a brewery in Lithuania.

Asne Minna emigrated to New York City, arriving on Mar 7, 1893 on the
Rugia >from Hamburg with daughter Rochel(Rose)b. abt 1873, son Mikhel b.abt
1877, daughter Hanna b.abt 1886, and daughter Brune(Bertha)b. abt 1870.
Her husband Moses GITTES emigrated before them. Because Moses and Asne
Minna's daughter Blume did not emigrate, they lived with and took care of
grandchildren Sam and Annie Radin in New York City. Moses died April 28,
1918 at their home at 17 E 119th St, New York City, death certificate
#14499 and is buried next to Asne Minna.

Asne died February 14, 1927 in West New York, Hudson, New Jersey,
USA. She is buried in Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave, Brooklyn, Kings,
New York, USA, B'nai Aaron Anshe Wilkomir, 1 Post 40 Row 3 #18.

Thank you very much for your suggestions.

Best Regards,
Susan Goldsmith


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking Brick Wall help FILVINSKY #general

Susan Goldsmith
 

Seeking help for brick wall re: paternal maternal great
grandmother Asne Minna FILVINSKY GITTES

How can I search farther back in time to be able to connect Asne
Minna's parents and family to the rest of the FILVINSKY family? I have
scoured JewishGen and cannot find Asne Minna, her brother or her parents.

My paternal maternal great grandmother Asne Minna FILVINSKY GITTES,
was a daughter of Shmuel Zev and Ester Filvinsky (maiden name unknown), a
sister of brother Muska Getsel Filvinsky (and probably other siblings).
My conundrum is how and where these four Filvinskys fit into the other
Filvinskys for whom I have a detailed and extensive Filvinsky tree
comprised of family originally >from Lithuania in the US, Russia, and
Israel. I am glad to provide the tree to you if you think you may be able
to spot a connection.

FILVINSKY, sometimes spelled PILVINSKY, was not a common name in
Lithuania. Importantly, two Osna Minnas, born in 1928, were named after
my Asne Minna: Elsa (Osna Minna) Philwin (Filvinsky) and Osna Minna
Goldstein Fenner. The first cousin, Elsa Philwin, appears in the
extensive US-Russian-Israeli Filvinsky tree; Osna Fenner does not. Elsa
was the granddaughter of Mikhel Aron FILVINSKY b. 1854 and Fannie (Feiga
Liba SHUR, and great granddaughter of Movsha Girsh FILVINSKY b.1834 and
Malke Leiba WULFOWITZ. My Asne Minna is in the middle of those two
generations, being b. ~1844, but neither she nor her father Shmuel Zev
appears in the Filvinsky tree. Shmuel Zev's name was on her matseva;
both her parents' names were on her death certificate. Elsa knew that
she was named after cousin Asne Minna Filvinsky, but not how they were
related. Elsa has passed away.

Asne Minna was born in Adutiskis, Svencionys, Vilnius Lithuania in
July 1844. (Adutiskis was Hoduciszki, Poland during the interwar period).
Her father was Shmuel Zev and mother Esther. Asne had a brother Muska
Getsel. Asne Minna may have run a brewery in Lithuania.

Asne Minna emigrated to New York City, arriving on Mar 7, 1893 on the
Rugia >from Hamburg with daughter Rochel(Rose)b. abt 1873, son Mikhel b.abt
1877, daughter Hanna b.abt 1886, and daughter Brune(Bertha)b. abt 1870.
Her husband Moses GITTES emigrated before them. Because Moses and Asne
Minna's daughter Blume did not emigrate, they lived with and took care of
grandchildren Sam and Annie Radin in New York City. Moses died April 28,
1918 at their home at 17 E 119th St, New York City, death certificate
#14499 and is buried next to Asne Minna.

Asne died February 14, 1927 in West New York, Hudson, New Jersey,
USA. She is buried in Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave, Brooklyn, Kings,
New York, USA, B'nai Aaron Anshe Wilkomir, 1 Post 40 Row 3 #18.

Thank you very much for your suggestions.

Best Regards,
Susan Goldsmith


Offering NYC Municipal Archives Assistance #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Hi all. I am getting back to the offering document retrievals and
lookups at the NYC Municipal Archives and the NY Public Library as
well as probate courts, name changes, naturalization, etc.

I will be at the NYC Municipal Archives briefly next Wednesday, Sept
25, if anyone needs anything..

I have a sort of specific routine where I either read and email people
notes >from certificates they wanted to review or I buy the printouts on
your behalf. This is especially important with the marriage license
files which I believe are not available via the LDS.

I ask you to identify the certificates >from the various indexes or I
will try and help with an index search. Please no generic questions
like Hersch married Simca could you send me details -- that's an
involved search that requires lots of time.

The Municipal Archives only has

Births thought 1909
Marriage certificates through 1937
Marriage licenses though 1949
Deaths through 1948

Births and deaths after those dates are at the Health Department and
because of the privacy rules I can not help you. Any marriage after
1949 but over 50 years old however is available at the marriage bureau
and those I can help with.

The Archives charges $11 per printout and I ask you to reimburse me
those fees plus the postage and while not mandatory I do appreciate a
few dollars to help with the expense of doing this for everyone.
Unfortunately the personal expenses add up over time to offer this.

I can also check the Manhattan probate and NY Supreme Court
naturalizations in the same building. At the NY Public Library in
addition to the databases they have th 1890 Police Census, city
directories and phone books and a massive newspaper collection plus
lots more.

I am also happy to response to any questions for advice or challenges
with New York City records.

Allan Jordan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Offering NYC Municipal Archives Assistance #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Hi all. I am getting back to the offering document retrievals and
lookups at the NYC Municipal Archives and the NY Public Library as
well as probate courts, name changes, naturalization, etc.

I will be at the NYC Municipal Archives briefly next Wednesday, Sept
25, if anyone needs anything..

I have a sort of specific routine where I either read and email people
notes >from certificates they wanted to review or I buy the printouts on
your behalf. This is especially important with the marriage license
files which I believe are not available via the LDS.

I ask you to identify the certificates >from the various indexes or I
will try and help with an index search. Please no generic questions
like Hersch married Simca could you send me details -- that's an
involved search that requires lots of time.

The Municipal Archives only has

Births thought 1909
Marriage certificates through 1937
Marriage licenses though 1949
Deaths through 1948

Births and deaths after those dates are at the Health Department and
because of the privacy rules I can not help you. Any marriage after
1949 but over 50 years old however is available at the marriage bureau
and those I can help with.

The Archives charges $11 per printout and I ask you to reimburse me
those fees plus the postage and while not mandatory I do appreciate a
few dollars to help with the expense of doing this for everyone.
Unfortunately the personal expenses add up over time to offer this.

I can also check the Manhattan probate and NY Supreme Court
naturalizations in the same building. At the NY Public Library in
addition to the databases they have th 1890 Police Census, city
directories and phone books and a massive newspaper collection plus
lots more.

I am also happy to response to any questions for advice or challenges
with New York City records.

Allan Jordan


Trying to identify possible Jewish ancestor, South Wales or Cornwall #general

Dave Gordon <d.e.gordon@...>
 

I am hoping someone can help me.

Some 50 years ago my Aunt told me about my Maternal Family Tree (based
around Swansea in South Wales) and which included a Jewish Ancestor. At the
time my wife and first born daughter were more important so I soon forgot
all the details.

I have been researching our Tree since 2006, and in particular searching for
this "Jewish connection" without success, and had decided that my Aunt was
probably wrong. However my recent Ancestry DNA test now confirms a 1%
Jewish ancestry. Can you suggest any web based databases covering South
Wales and Cornwall that could help me in my research. My Family Tree is on
Ancestry and can be viewed on request,

Thank you for your time,

David Gordon


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Trying to identify possible Jewish ancestor, South Wales or Cornwall #general

Dave Gordon <d.e.gordon@...>
 

I am hoping someone can help me.

Some 50 years ago my Aunt told me about my Maternal Family Tree (based
around Swansea in South Wales) and which included a Jewish Ancestor. At the
time my wife and first born daughter were more important so I soon forgot
all the details.

I have been researching our Tree since 2006, and in particular searching for
this "Jewish connection" without success, and had decided that my Aunt was
probably wrong. However my recent Ancestry DNA test now confirms a 1%
Jewish ancestry. Can you suggest any web based databases covering South
Wales and Cornwall that could help me in my research. My Family Tree is on
Ancestry and can be viewed on request,

Thank you for your time,

David Gordon


Re: EZAKOVICH from Mir #hungary

tom
 

the best place to start is with your family. record any and all family lore,
starting >from the oldest relative that you know about. interview them, and record their answers, about people, dates, places, and anecdotes. if anyone has a box of old photographs, copy them. or old prayer books, which often have inscriptions about their owners, or lists of yahrzeits or burials, etc.

you will become the expert on your family,


....... tom klein, toronto

ezakovich@cox.net wrote:

Looking for my family Name, Ezakovich >from Mir. What place does one
begin?
They were >from Austria Hungary Belarus


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: RE: EZAKOVICH from Mir #hungary

tom
 

the best place to start is with your family. record any and all family lore,
starting >from the oldest relative that you know about. interview them, and record their answers, about people, dates, places, and anecdotes. if anyone has a box of old photographs, copy them. or old prayer books, which often have inscriptions about their owners, or lists of yahrzeits or burials, etc.

you will become the expert on your family,


....... tom klein, toronto

ezakovich@cox.net wrote:

Looking for my family Name, Ezakovich >from Mir. What place does one
begin?
They were >from Austria Hungary Belarus


Klein Family in Remscheid or Lennap #germany

Niftee
 

Good Morning,

I am researching the KLEIN Family in Remscheid. I am looking for the
descendent of Walter Werner KLEIN who married Hilda Emma Auguste MOTTE
on 28 of July 1934 in Remscheid. Walter KLEIN died in February 14, 1986
in Lennap.

Regards, Elissa Boyet, Charlotte, NC niftee@msn.com


German SIG #Germany Klein Family in Remscheid or Lennap #germany

Niftee
 

Good Morning,

I am researching the KLEIN Family in Remscheid. I am looking for the
descendent of Walter Werner KLEIN who married Hilda Emma Auguste MOTTE
on 28 of July 1934 in Remscheid. Walter KLEIN died in February 14, 1986
in Lennap.

Regards, Elissa Boyet, Charlotte, NC niftee@msn.com


Request for Translation Assistance - Viewmate (Polish BR, Galicia) #galicia

Yaron Wolfsthal
 

Dear Group,

I've posted a birth record in Polish for which I would appreciate a
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75142

While the parent & child names are clear, I'm requesting help in
interpreting the other information which I believe is there, e.g.,
parents' occupation, names of other people mentioned in col. 8-10,
and interpretation of date in col. 6.

Thank you very much.

Yaron Wolfsthal
Israel


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Request for Translation Assistance - Viewmate (Polish BR, Galicia) #galicia

Yaron Wolfsthal
 

Dear Group,

I've posted a birth record in Polish for which I would appreciate a
translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75142

While the parent & child names are clear, I'm requesting help in
interpreting the other information which I believe is there, e.g.,
parents' occupation, names of other people mentioned in col. 8-10,
and interpretation of date in col. 6.

Thank you very much.

Yaron Wolfsthal
Israel

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