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Austrian citizenship for UK citizens

Veronica Zundel
 

Is the scheme for Holocaust descendants to apply for Austrian citizenship already up and running in the UK? If so, where would one go to find out about it? On the JewishGen site I have only found a reference to this scheme for US citizens, and it doesn't come into force till September 1st 2020, but I have heard of UK citizens who have already gained citizenship.


Poland's boundaries between the First and Second World War #ukraine

Marilyn Levinson
 

Dear researchers
Could any one help me understand how much of Volhynia province was in Poland
between the above-mentioned wars? My family
When immigrating in 1921 place Shepetovka, Zaslav, and Teofipol in Poland.
Also were these boundaries in place until 1939?
One relative places his place of birth as Kiev Poland. Did Kiev ever exist
in Poland between the wars? Thank you for
Your help.
Marilyn Levinson
Spring Lake NC


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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Poland's boundaries between the First and Second World War #ukraine

Marilyn Levinson
 

Dear researchers
Could any one help me understand how much of Volhynia province was in Poland
between the above-mentioned wars? My family
When immigrating in 1921 place Shepetovka, Zaslav, and Teofipol in Poland.
Also were these boundaries in place until 1939?
One relative places his place of birth as Kiev Poland. Did Kiev ever exist
in Poland between the wars? Thank you for
Your help.
Marilyn Levinson
Spring Lake NC


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Legacy Tree Article on Romanian National Archives in Iasi #romania

Jan Meisels Allen
 

I have no affiliation with Legacy Tree and recognize they are promoting
their services. However, I thought the article on the Romanian National
Archives would be of interest.
See: https://www.legacytree.com/blog/genealogy-research-romania


Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Romania SIG #Romania Legacy Tree Article on Romanian National Archives in Iasi #romania

Jan Meisels Allen
 

I have no affiliation with Legacy Tree and recognize they are promoting
their services. However, I thought the article on the Romanian National
Archives would be of interest.
See: https://www.legacytree.com/blog/genealogy-research-romania


Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Who has access to the LDS library? (I need a microfilm)

דוד נ.א.
 

I need some scans from this microfilm:
https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/291948?availability=Family%20History%20Library

It is accessible from the LDS website, but only if accessed from one
of the LDS family history center.

Can anyone do this for me? Of course, pay as needed.
Thank you
David Nesher
Israel




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Re: Seeking pple connected to the Brodsky family “Sugar Kings of Ukraine”

sharon@...
 

I also have stories about the Brodsky family.
 
My paternal Grandfather, Jacob Zamansky, and his family were master carpenters who worked for the Brodsky
sugar beet farms. My maternal Grandmother Schifra Dolinsky’s father was a bookkeeper for the family.
At one point in time it was told to me that her father Moishe Dolinsky also kept the books for the Brodsky synogogue in
either Smila or Kiyev.
I don’t know what happened to Moishe but his wife Dina and all but one daughter were able
to come to this country. Genia Dolinsky Krupnik supposedly died in the Shoach.
 
There were also many Brodsky family members who emigrated and settled in the Hudson Valley
of New York.
 
Sharon Zamansky Kushner
Colorado Springs CO
 
Researching: ZAMANSKY, DOLINSKY, ANNAPOLSKY, AND CHERKASSKY
all from Smila, Odessa and Kiyev in Ukraine.


Re: New World War ll Russian Army Database

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Hi David,

David asks if there are similar databases for World War l.

I only have what was in the original blurb including what is on the URLS mentioned.. If you go to the URL of Lost in Russia Family Blog which was in my posting:
there is a tab "free databases" click on that and scroll down to # 6 and #7 that includes World War l databases.

Jan

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Correction: JGS Conejo Valley and Ventura County November 4 Program When Gravestones Lie with Janette Silverman, Ph.D. # JGS News

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Please excuse me, I had a typo in the title of Janette’s topic in the subject line not the blurb. The correct title of her program is When Gravestones Lie

Jan Meisels Allen

President, JGSCV

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The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County's program is Monday, November 4 7:00-9:00 PM at Temple Adat Elohim 2420 E Hillcrest Drive in Thousand Oaks. Light refreshments will be available.

 

Program:  When Gravestones Lie

 

As Jewish genealogists, we depend on gravestones to provide certain information which might not appear anywhere else: the Hebrew names of the decedent and his/her father. What  happens when the information on a gravestone is incorrect? What if we can't find the gravestone? This discussion will focus on two case studies and the research involved in finding the correct information in one case, and why the gravestone in the second case couldn't be found.

 

Speaker:  Dr. Janette  Silverman  is a Senior Genealogist Research Team Manager at Ancestry ProGenealogists, specializing in Eastern European and Jewish genealogy. Janette’s doctoral dissertation, In Living Memory, explored her family’s background in Eastern Europe and their immigration to the United States from 1885-1925. Janette serves on the IAJGS Board of Directors since 2018 and was lead chair of the 2016 IAJGS conference in Seattle Washington. She served as Ukraine SIG coordinator 5+ years.

 

Traveling Library:

The traveling library with our A and C books.  A list of which books are included are listed on our website https://www.jgscv.org/library-traveling.html   The library is available starting at 1:00 PM.

 

Schmoozing Corner:

The schmoozing corner will begin at 6:30 PM and will be facilitated by one of our senior members.

 

Security Measures:

Increased security measures are in effect at our host, Temple Adat Elohim. Be prepared to stop at the security kiosk and inform the guard that you are attending the JGSCV meeting. If you park in back of the Temple, the gate to the courtyard is now locked. You will have to walk around to the front of the building to access the courtyard and entrance to the Social Hall.

 

Directions:

Take 101 Freeway - exit Rancho Road in Thousand Oaks, go north (if coming from the west, cross Thousand Oaks Blvd) to E. Hillcrest Drive turn right on E. Hillcrest go about 1.3 miles (just east of Conejo School Road) Temple is on the right. There are approximately 75 parking spots within the complex. There is no parking on Hillcrest Drive. You may park in the complex or on any of the side streets.

 

Nominations:  According to the Bylaws, anyone else who is eligible and wishing to be nominated to the Board can do so during the 4 November, 2019 meeting of the Society. An individual may nominate him/herself or another. No second is necessary. Nominees must have been members in good standing of the Society for at least one year. Any person that is nominated from the floor must be present and orally agree to serve on the Board if elected, or if not present must have signed a written statement indicating their willingness to serve if elected.

 

There is no charge to attend the meeting.  Anyone may join JGSCV.


We started our 2020 membership campaign. Renew or join now. Dues will increase by $5.00 starting January 1, 2020 but by renewing or joining now  membership is good through December 31, 2020! Checks and cash only!  Membership forms for 2020 will be available at the meeting and they are on our website https://www.jgscv.org/membership.html

 

JGSCV is looking forward to seeing you on November 4!

 

More information about JGSCV is available on our website:  https://www.jgscv.org/index.html

 

Jan Meisels Allen

President, JGSCV

 


Russian Translation Request Posted to ViewMate #poland

Cindy g
 

I have posted the death record for Krendla Rotblat, died 1887 in Wyszkow, Poland. Would be most grateful for a translation. Mostly interested in her age and names of any family members.  It can be found at, https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM75624 . Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page. Most gratefully, Cindy Gallard
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Re: KREMENCHUG POLTAVA

Chuck Weinstein
 

No metrical records from Kremenchug are known to survive.  Records relating to the Shoah, and records relating to the Kahal, or Jewish community between the wars, reside in the Ukraine State Archives in Poltava.  There are also some records related to the pogroms between 1919 and 1924 found there, as well.  None of these records have been filmed or digitized, to our knowledge.  There are a few records in the Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People in Jerusalem that cover the years of 1870 and 1871 about the appointment of Rabbis and teachers to the state Hebrew community. 

 

There is no Town Leader for Kremenchug to organize a project to acquire the few available records and index them.  If you are interested, contact me directly.

 

Chuck Weinstein

Towns Director, JewishGen.org Ukraine Research Division

chuck1@...

www.jewishgen.org/Ukraine

https://www.facebook.com/JewishGenorg-Ukraine-Research-Division-

 

 


Re: Visas from Europe.

A. E. Jordan
 

 
They were finally allowed to come here in 1950. Would they have been required to get Visas to come here? And where can I research this year?
 
Linda asks about how to start researching a 1950 arrival in the USA for survivors of the Shoah.
 
Start with Ancestry which has passenger lists till 1957.  You should be able to find their arrival on the passenger lists and they will likely show up as stateless.  he arrival helps because you know where and when and you might be able to see if they were with a sponsored group.
 
Ancestry is available in most public libraries so you do not have to subscribe (or if you post the specific names to the list, I am sure people will help).
 
A lot of the survivors coming from the DP camps where being managed by one of the relief organizations.  I am not sure if those people got individual visas.  If so, others are posting about how to get the visa records.
 
Also look for the naturalization because those files are public and also give details.  If they lived in New York City you can look on the ItalianGen site as they have a good index into the 1950s.  The records themselves if they are in NYC they are at the National Archives in Manhattan.
 
Allan Jordan
 
 


Re: Visas from Europe.

Linda
 

My parents were survivors from Aushwitz and were sequestered in a DP camp in Celle, Germany. They were finally allowed to come here in 1950. Would they have been required to get Visas to come here? And where can I research this year? Thank you so much. Linda Heller.


Re: KREMENCHUG POLTAVA

DEANNASMAC@...
 

Leeds has at least two Jewish cemeteries and much of the tombstones are photographed 
Google-
The Leeds Database
Good luck 
Deanna Levinsky 

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Re: Visas

Charles Printz
 

In Re: Your Visa History Question

 

Hi,

 

US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on their website

has a section that deals solely with genealogy related questions on

visas and related historical information on the US immigration system.

The main USCIS website is found at https://www.uscis.gov/  Go to

the section marked tools at top of page and search those research topics

having to do with family immigration history.

 

I hope this is responsive to your question.

 

Best,

Chuck

 

Charles F. Printz, Of Counsel
CHUGH, LLP

(Corporate, Litigation, Immigration)

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Re: the name Pipa

Esther
 

Thank you to everyone who sent me ideas about the name.
Here is  more informaion about Pipa:

Pipa's maiden name- sounds like- J (DZ)ILOSHSKY

Pipa's married name –sounds lke-Herschman, Herzman

Place- Wierzbnik/Starachowice

Relatives-Nachman & Sara J(DZ)ILOSHSKY
She was born iabout 1920


Deutsch Antal from Ujpest #hungary

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

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Hungary SIG #Hungary Deutsch Antal from Ujpest #hungary

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

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Re: New World War ll Russian Army Database

David Syner
 

wow, thanks for sharing this.

do you know if they is anything close to this to search WW1?
thanks
David


Re: Visas

Mark Jacobson
 

Visas were required for entry to the US beginning in 1924, you could obtain them earlier (my grandparents did, in 1922) but the law requiring them began in 1924. Visas from 1924-1944 are held by USCIS and copies can be obtained from them: Visa Files, July 1, 1924 - March 31, 1944




Mark Jacobson
Past President, JGSPBCI
Gesher Galicia Board member
JRI-Poland Town Leader Boryslaw and Drohobycz
Boca Raton, FL



On Sunday, October 27, 2019, 01:39:43 PM EDT, ESLVIV via Groups.Jewishgen.Org <eslviv=aol.com@...> wrote:


my father came in 1927 and was required to go to the US Embassy in Lviv to apply and get a Visa to come to America.
When did the requirement for Visas begin?
Does the Government retain the files of applications and interview notes?
Which branch of Government would retain these documents?
Errol Schneegurt NY ESLVIV@...

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