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Re: Which website has records of money transfer requests from Russian/Ukranian jews to American relatives? #poland #general #russia

Susan&David
 

In 2010 I was one of several contributors indexing records for JDC. Included were Remittance Lists names.  Today I checked a few names that I know should be there, and they were.

There is a search box on the JDC website.
https://www.jdc.org/

David Rosen
Boston, MA


On 7/5/2020 11:39 AM, Alicia Weiss wrote:
Can you please provide a search strategy for accessing these Remittance Lists online?  Are they found in any particular collection?

Many thanks,

Alicia Weiss


Re: Searching for connections from Odessa named Eugenia and Polia Goldenberg. #ukraine

Kathy Lorber
 

I have Odessa ancestors also named Goldberg. William(Wolf) Goldberg born 1871 in Odessa. Married Esther Barsay born about 1875 also in Ukraine. They immigrated to the US in 1892. Settled in Kingston, NY. Children include Sophia b. 1906, Joseph, Lawrence, Regina b.1900, Seymour b.1908 and Mildred b.1910. Let me know if you see any connections, and I will do the same. 

All the best,

Kathy Lorber
Montville, NJ
LORBER: Poughkeepsie, NY, Bardejov, Slovakia 
FELDMAN: NYC, Varifalu
GOLDBERG: Kingston, NY, Odessa, Ukraine
LIVINGSTON/LEVENSTEIN: Chicago, Davenport, IA, Lithuania
GOLDMAN/SZEYP: Davenport, IA, Mariampol, Lithuania;
DAVIS: Chicago, Wales, UK; HERTZBERG: Chicago, Lithuania

grandparents' names on Vienna birth certificates? #general #austria-czech

Mjacobsfr@...
 

Does anyone know whether the grandparents' names appeared on birth certificates registered in Vienna ? Would this apply to a birth in Vienna in 1906?
Any help will be much appreciated.
Maggie Jacobs

Sarah Sarolea Léa APTECKAR - in Odessa #holocaust #russia

Lemberski Evelyne
 

I'm looking for the first and last names of the parents of Sarah Sarolea Léa APTECKAR born on 08/01/1887 in ODESSA arrested in Charenton and deported on 07/29/1942 from Drancy  to Auschwitz.

Evelyne Lemberski,  Saint Maurice, France
evelynelemberski@...

Re: Death in New York City and burial in New Jersey #usa #germany

fredelfruhman
 

Re: 

"I would be happy to donate 4 plots to a worthy Jewish organization".

Perhaps the "Hebrew Free Burial Association" would be interested.  Here is their website:  https://www.hebrewfreeburial.org/ 

Fredel Fruhman
Brooklyn, New York, USA

Re: A question about tattoos and Auschwitz #general #holocaust

jbonline1111@...
 

A family friend was never in Auschwitz but he was tattooed, presumably when kept at a children's detention center before he escaped through the children's march to the United States. 
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Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC

Re: How to make sense of two death records that don't make sense to me #germany

jbonline1111@...
 

Could they be cousins or sisters born to the same father but different mothers?  While it is unusual for sisters or cousins to have the same name, if they were named for the same person, it's not impossible.  My grandfather and his uncle had the same names, presumably for this reason.
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Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC

Re: A question about age #general

jbonline1111@...
 

Do the marriage and death certificates give her age?  They usually do.  This should give you more information as to how to interpret her age in 189, as should the 1900 census.
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Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC

Re: Female Maiden Name on Headstone #belarus #general #russia #names #translation

Irina Fridman
 

In Soviet Russia some women preferred to keep their maiden name and not adopt the name of their husband. It was a common phenomenon. Sometimes, the husband would take the wife’s name, as was the case with relatives. My uncle’s wife retained her maiden name throughout the marriage. When moving to America, the uncle adopted his wife’s name.

Irina
MILMEISTER
GERSHFELD
FRIDMAN

Re: Research individuals in France #france

Barbara Mannlein
 

Art, I feel like an idiot, but:  
     If you could look for Weisser / Weiser  from Buczacz  I would appreciate it…  I am a very recent widow, and my head is not on straight and I can’t locate their first names.  I was told they were deported …..

Barbara Mannlein
Tucson, AZ

On Jul 5, 2020, at 8:17 AM, Art Hoffman <arthh@...> wrote:

I recently researched for my GF's sister, who immigrated to Paris, on the Filae genealogy website.  I chose a one month subscription for their premium plan.  If anyone has need for such research, send me the name of the person (privately) and I'll do it for you as long as my subscription lasts.

Research individuals in France #france

Art Hoffman
 

I recently researched for my GF's sister, who immigrated to Paris, on the Filae genealogy website.  I chose a one month subscription for their premium plan.  If anyone has need for such research, send me the name of the person (privately) and I'll do it for you as long as my subscription lasts.

Children's age on census #general

Barbara Mannlein
 

 
PER THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN TO CENSUS TAKERS:  Children under the age of 1 year were to be recorded as:

Re: parents as "cousins" on Ancestry.com #dna

Crivorot, Sergio
 

​My grandfather married his niece, that is, my grandmother was the daughter of his sister. 
 
This makes a very curious tree design. On the other hand, it saves time when doing genealogical work as I have less distinct family branches than most people.
 
Sergio Crivorot
 
researching:
Bessarabia - Krivorot, Lipovetsky
Poland (Opatow, Opole, Ostrowiec) - Wroclavski, Wajc, Zylberstajn, Wajnbaum, Laufer
 
 
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Re: Which website has records of money transfer requests from Russian/Ukranian jews to American relatives? #poland #general #russia

Alicia Weiss
 

Linda, 
Can you please provide a search strategy for accessing these Remittance Lists online?  Are they found in any particular collection?
Many thanks,

Alicia Weiss

Female Maiden Name on Headstone #belarus #general #russia #names #translation

Steven M. Greenberg
 

Greetings!  I have encountered a headstone of one ESTHER URETSKY whom I suspect is the sister of my great-grandmother ROSE URETSKY.  But, I may very well be mistaken because I noted her maiden name URETSKY remains on the headstone.

This raises the question for me, in Soviet times (she died in 1973 in Kalinkovichi, Belarus), was it customary to engrave the maiden name of the decedent, or the married surname?  I see no reference to a spouse on this headstone. 

But clearly she had a son Aizik who appeared to perish in WWII:

Re: Florence MARMOR burial records of the New York Mokkom Sholom, Bayside and Acacia cemeteries #usa

David Lewin
 

Please send me the details so that I can update the existing file

David Lewin


At 07:16 05/07/2020, Paul Silverstone wrote:
I had no trouble with the database, but my relatives buried in Acacia
are missing.
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Paul Silverstone
West Vancouver, BC

Re: Does anyone know any survivors from Krinki/krinik #poland

@murfisto
 

I just started reading about the "Former Residents of Krinki in Israel" and will comment later.

Re: Chicago repeat marriage in mid 20th C. #general #usa

avivahpinski@verizon.net
 

Maybe they had a religious marriage in 1938 and did not have a civil marriage until 1950.   This was common in Eastern Europe, although your example is in the US. 
Another possibility is that they thought they were common law married.  However, in spite of the general idea that people were common law married after living together for a period of time, there are
specific requirements for a common law marriage.  Illinois abolished common law marriage in 1905.  Perhaps this couple thought that they were common law married and, when they discovered that
they were not, they decided to legalize the relationship.  For example, you cannot collect social security on a partner's account  if you are not legally married.  

There are a few states that still have legal common law marriage.  Pennsylvania abolished common law marriage in 2005, but any common law marriage occurring before that time is still recognized. 
Pennsylvania has replaced common law marriage, probably because of Quaker tradition which has no religious leaders, with a marriage certificate that does not require someone to officiate. 

Avivah Pinski, Attorney at Law
near Philadelphia


Chicago repeat marriage in mid 20th C.
#general #usa
From: Hanna Grossman
Date: Sat, 04 Jul 2020 20:48:52 EDT

Can someone make a suggestion as to why my 4th cousin once removed, Max KIRCHHEIMER (KIRK) who said in his citizenship papers that he married Alice FREUDENTHAL in Chicago on 12 Nov 1938, whose 1940 census shows him living as married with Alice, her parents, siblings and their baby, should show up in a Cook County marriage index as marrying her on 27 Oct 1950?

What reason might there be for marrying the same person again? There is no indication that they were divorced in between.

Hanna Grossman, Arlington, VA

 

 

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Re: Searching for connections from Odessa named Eugenia and Polia Goldenberg. #ukraine

ahcbfc@...
 

My Odessa relatives had the family name Schleck (with multiple variations of spellings). Had that last name been in your family history?
Barbara Cohen

Re: A question about age #general

Diane Jacobs
 

It could be possible that the child was 9 months old and 9 years old. Makes more sense.
Diane Jacobs 



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From: Ellen Gottfried <ellen@...>
Date: 7/4/20 2:49 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: main@...
Subject: [JewishGen.org] A question about age #general

Annie married Solomon NADLER in London in 1898. Her age was given as
22, his as 23. A few months later they traveled to New York with a 9
year old girl, Mollie, who was listed as their daughter. The 1900 US
census lists Mollie as their daughter. Her marriage record gives her
parents as Annie and Solomon. Her grave has Malka bat Solomon. How
can I reconcile this information?
Thank you for your help. Ellen GOTTFRIED, Plainview, New York
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Diane Jacobs, Somerset, New Jersey