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Extra 1897 Russian Censuses from Radomyshl #ukraine

Jacob Heisler
 

Hi everyone,

I recently acquired translated copies of three 1897 Russian census
records >from Radomyshl, in the Kiev Gubernia. It turns out two of the
records don't seem to belong to my family and the third one had
another family boarding. I was curious if anyone would be interested
in getting a copy if any of the records are for their own families.

The families I have are:

1. Shulim and Yefrusiy MARGULYAN, both born in Korostyshev and
previously registered as living in Chernyakhov.

2. Arye-Leib and Rakhil KOREN, born in Chernyakhov and Brusilov respectively.

3. Meyer and Khave-Risya ROZENSHTEYN, born in Veledniki and Radomyshl
respectively. They were living with their married daughter and
son-in-law Nekhuma and Khaim Nukhim PITLER, the later born in
Zhitomir.

If any of those names mean anything to you, please let me know and
I'll be more than happy to send you both the census images and a full
translation on an Excel file.

From,
Jacob Heisler
Norwalk, CT

P.S. If anyone is curious how I got them, I bought them from
indexingroots.com They have an index of various 1897 Russian census
records in modern-day Ukraine. You can also try ordering a copy from
jewua.info, which has the 1897 census and a whole bunch of other
Jewish Ukrainian records. Fair warning, both cost money to order the
actual record.


JewishGen offers Basic 1-Exploring the JewishGen Website #ukraine

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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Extra 1897 Russian Censuses from Radomyshl #ukraine

Jacob Heisler
 

Hi everyone,

I recently acquired translated copies of three 1897 Russian census
records >from Radomyshl, in the Kiev Gubernia. It turns out two of the
records don't seem to belong to my family and the third one had
another family boarding. I was curious if anyone would be interested
in getting a copy if any of the records are for their own families.

The families I have are:

1. Shulim and Yefrusiy MARGULYAN, both born in Korostyshev and
previously registered as living in Chernyakhov.

2. Arye-Leib and Rakhil KOREN, born in Chernyakhov and Brusilov respectively.

3. Meyer and Khave-Risya ROZENSHTEYN, born in Veledniki and Radomyshl
respectively. They were living with their married daughter and
son-in-law Nekhuma and Khaim Nukhim PITLER, the later born in
Zhitomir.

If any of those names mean anything to you, please let me know and
I'll be more than happy to send you both the census images and a full
translation on an Excel file.

From,
Jacob Heisler
Norwalk, CT

P.S. If anyone is curious how I got them, I bought them from
indexingroots.com They have an index of various 1897 Russian census
records in modern-day Ukraine. You can also try ordering a copy from
jewua.info, which has the 1897 census and a whole bunch of other
Jewish Ukrainian records. Fair warning, both cost money to order the
actual record.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine JewishGen offers Basic 1-Exploring the JewishGen Website #ukraine

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Exploring the JewishGen Website July 8 - July 21

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and byways that make up the JewishGen massive website. You will visit
the links that connect the composite databases, projects, SIGs and
open up the wonders of JewishGen. The class is taught in the JewishGen
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headstone photo needed from Riverside Jewish Cemetery, Saddle Brook, NJ #general

jeremy frankel
 

Dear Genners,

I've just received confirmation of a burial for Joseph SACKMAN in my
family >from the cemetery, including his burial location. Because I
live in California, I wonder if there is anyone on JG lives nearby who
could take a digital photo for me. I'm hoping to learn who Joseph's
father is ... if there is any Hebrew inscription.

If anyone is able to do this please contact me off list. I will
underwrite any costs that might be associated with this. I am also
willing to reciprocate with any research related to the San Francisco
Bay Area or Sacramento area.

Thank you in advance

Jeremy G Frankel
ex-Edgware, Middlesex, England
now Sacramento, California, USA

Searching for:
FRANKEL/FRENKEL: Gombin, Poland; London, England
GOLDRATH/GOLD: Praszka, Poland; London, England
KOENIGSBERG: Vilkaviskis, Lithuania; London, England; NY, USA
LEVY (later LEADER): Kalisz, Poland; London, England
PINKUS, Poland; London, England
PRINCZ/PRINCE: Krakow, Poland; London, England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen headstone photo needed from Riverside Jewish Cemetery, Saddle Brook, NJ #general

jeremy frankel
 

Dear Genners,

I've just received confirmation of a burial for Joseph SACKMAN in my
family >from the cemetery, including his burial location. Because I
live in California, I wonder if there is anyone on JG lives nearby who
could take a digital photo for me. I'm hoping to learn who Joseph's
father is ... if there is any Hebrew inscription.

If anyone is able to do this please contact me off list. I will
underwrite any costs that might be associated with this. I am also
willing to reciprocate with any research related to the San Francisco
Bay Area or Sacramento area.

Thank you in advance

Jeremy G Frankel
ex-Edgware, Middlesex, England
now Sacramento, California, USA

Searching for:
FRANKEL/FRENKEL: Gombin, Poland; London, England
GOLDRATH/GOLD: Praszka, Poland; London, England
KOENIGSBERG: Vilkaviskis, Lithuania; London, England; NY, USA
LEVY (later LEADER): Kalisz, Poland; London, England
PINKUS, Poland; London, England
PRINCZ/PRINCE: Krakow, Poland; London, England


Death date: Nathaniel FRIEDSON - England #general

Laurie Sosna
 

Hello,

A branch of my family was discovered in London. The family name was
FRIEDSON, but various documents and records vary the spelling:
FREEDSON, FRIDSON, FREDSON.

I haven't been able to locate a death date for:

Nathaniel (Nathan) FRIEDSON (alternate spelling FREEDSON)
Occupation: umbrella manufacturer
Born 15 Jul 1891, Whitechapel, London, England
Married Elsie Beatrice POWELL 12 May 1913
Three daughters: Constance, Joyce, Daphne
from Elsie's 1953 probate record, Nathaniel was alive, he was her
beneficiary. I located a possible second marriage in 1955 to Odette
REEB under the name FREEDSON
As far as I can tell, he lived his entire life in London.

I've tried pretty much every index I can find online but his death
date and burial location eludes me. I'm probably missing something
really obvious, I could use some fresh eyes on the problem.

I would appreciate any help, it would help me finish one branch of my tree.

Laurie Sosna
San Francisco, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Death date: Nathaniel FRIEDSON - England #general

Laurie Sosna
 

Hello,

A branch of my family was discovered in London. The family name was
FRIEDSON, but various documents and records vary the spelling:
FREEDSON, FRIDSON, FREDSON.

I haven't been able to locate a death date for:

Nathaniel (Nathan) FRIEDSON (alternate spelling FREEDSON)
Occupation: umbrella manufacturer
Born 15 Jul 1891, Whitechapel, London, England
Married Elsie Beatrice POWELL 12 May 1913
Three daughters: Constance, Joyce, Daphne
from Elsie's 1953 probate record, Nathaniel was alive, he was her
beneficiary. I located a possible second marriage in 1955 to Odette
REEB under the name FREEDSON
As far as I can tell, he lived his entire life in London.

I've tried pretty much every index I can find online but his death
date and burial location eludes me. I'm probably missing something
really obvious, I could use some fresh eyes on the problem.

I would appreciate any help, it would help me finish one branch of my tree.

Laurie Sosna
San Francisco, CA


JewishGen offers Basic 1-Exploring the JewishGen Website #unitedkingdom

Nancy Holden
 

Exploring the JewishGen Website July 8 - July 21

Want to learn to navigate your way through the maze of Jewish data
collections?

JewishGen offers Basic 1: Exploring the JewishGen website. This is a
series of exercises that will take you on a guided tour of the paths
and byways that make up the JewishGen massive website. You will visit
the links that connect the composite databases, projects, SIGs and
open up the wonders of JewishGen. The class is taught in the JewishGen
Education private forum open 24/7.

Register at: http://www.jewishgen.org/education

Requirements: a knowledge of computers and an hour a day.

Tuition for Basic 1 is $18. This fee is waived if you qualify for the
JewishGen Value Added Services, having made a $100 donation to the
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at no additional charge (the system will recognize you and will not
ask for a credit card).

Registration is open.
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Instructor Manager


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom JewishGen offers Basic 1-Exploring the JewishGen Website #unitedkingdom

Nancy Holden
 

Exploring the JewishGen Website July 8 - July 21

Want to learn to navigate your way through the maze of Jewish data
collections?

JewishGen offers Basic 1: Exploring the JewishGen website. This is a
series of exercises that will take you on a guided tour of the paths
and byways that make up the JewishGen massive website. You will visit
the links that connect the composite databases, projects, SIGs and
open up the wonders of JewishGen. The class is taught in the JewishGen
Education private forum open 24/7.

Register at: http://www.jewishgen.org/education

Requirements: a knowledge of computers and an hour a day.

Tuition for Basic 1 is $18. This fee is waived if you qualify for the
JewishGen Value Added Services, having made a $100 donation to the
General Fund within the past 12 months. You are then welcome to enroll
at no additional charge (the system will recognize you and will not
ask for a credit card).

Registration is open.
Nancy Holden
Instructor Manager


July's events reminder #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

To all members.

Thu 4th July There will be a Leeds regional meeting. Full details -
e-mail : leedsregion@jgsgb.org.uk

Fri 5th July 10.30 - 3pm A Library Session.14 Charterhouse Buildings,
Goswell Rd EC1M 7BA. RSVPs to : library@jgsgb.org.uk

Sun 14th July 2.30 - 5.30pm The South East Essex Group will welcome Chairman
Leigh Dworkin >from to the Balmoral Centre, Salisbury Ave, Westcliff-on-Sea
SS0 7AU Leigh will present a talk on Polish Ancestral Tourism (Wolf Hunting
in Womja)
RSVPs to convenor Anne Marcus at : avoceta@hotmail.com

Sun 21st July 2 - 5pm(ish) The Eastern European Special Interest Group
will welcome speaker Debra Brunner. Debra will give a Power Point Presentation
entitled " Why Ancestry and Genealogy is So Much More Than a Personal
Journey." After the refreshment break, there will be the regular WORKSHOP.
Members Free. Guests £5 (Membership deductible)

Sun 21st July 2 - 5pm(ish) A Library Session. 14 Charterhouse Bldngs.
Goswell Rd. EC1M 7BA. RSVPs to : library@jgsgb.org.uk

Thank you

Raymond Montanjees
THE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom July's events reminder #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

To all members.

Thu 4th July There will be a Leeds regional meeting. Full details -
e-mail : leedsregion@jgsgb.org.uk

Fri 5th July 10.30 - 3pm A Library Session.14 Charterhouse Buildings,
Goswell Rd EC1M 7BA. RSVPs to : library@jgsgb.org.uk

Sun 14th July 2.30 - 5.30pm The South East Essex Group will welcome Chairman
Leigh Dworkin >from to the Balmoral Centre, Salisbury Ave, Westcliff-on-Sea
SS0 7AU Leigh will present a talk on Polish Ancestral Tourism (Wolf Hunting
in Womja)
RSVPs to convenor Anne Marcus at : avoceta@hotmail.com

Sun 21st July 2 - 5pm(ish) The Eastern European Special Interest Group
will welcome speaker Debra Brunner. Debra will give a Power Point Presentation
entitled " Why Ancestry and Genealogy is So Much More Than a Personal
Journey." After the refreshment break, there will be the regular WORKSHOP.
Members Free. Guests £5 (Membership deductible)

Sun 21st July 2 - 5pm(ish) A Library Session. 14 Charterhouse Bldngs.
Goswell Rd. EC1M 7BA. RSVPs to : library@jgsgb.org.uk

Thank you

Raymond Montanjees
THE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE


Online Memorial to the Jews Deported from France - Update #sephardic

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
 

Hello,

The online Memorial of the Deportation of the Jews >from France at
https://stevemorse.org/france was recently updated with additional
details and links to other online resources. Among them:

- A list of 550 men considered as "half Jews" or "spouse of Arian
women" deported to the Anglo-Normand island of Alderney (Aurigny in
French) near Cherbourg have been added to the Memorial. Although their
fate was much different >from those deported to the East, they were
also deported as part of the persecution against the Jews, so their
place is in the Memorial too.

- All the survivors in 1945 - around 4,000 persons - are now indicated,
thanks to the research and recent books by Alexandre Doulut, Serge
Klarsfeld and Sandrine Labeau.

- Many links to civil records, biographies and to other memorials
online were added. This allows to identify the places of birth of many
persons.

Most of the deportees were born in Poland (22,800), France (19,450),
Germany (9,000) and Ukraine (4,500) according to 2019 borders.
Sephardim and Oriental Jews born in Greece and Muslim countries amount
to 5,470, and, together with those born in France and other European
countries, their number is likely to reach 7,000, i.e. around 10% of
this entire population. Distribution tables of the deportees' origin,
per country or per country and region are now available at
https://stevemorse.org/france/distribution_of_birthplaces.pdf .

For more details, look at the introduction text at
https://stevemorse.org/france/introe.html or at the article published
by Avotaynu, Spring 2019 issue.

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
Jerusalem, Israel


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Online Memorial to the Jews Deported from France - Update #sephardic

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
 

Hello,

The online Memorial of the Deportation of the Jews >from France at
https://stevemorse.org/france was recently updated with additional
details and links to other online resources. Among them:

- A list of 550 men considered as "half Jews" or "spouse of Arian
women" deported to the Anglo-Normand island of Alderney (Aurigny in
French) near Cherbourg have been added to the Memorial. Although their
fate was much different >from those deported to the East, they were
also deported as part of the persecution against the Jews, so their
place is in the Memorial too.

- All the survivors in 1945 - around 4,000 persons - are now indicated,
thanks to the research and recent books by Alexandre Doulut, Serge
Klarsfeld and Sandrine Labeau.

- Many links to civil records, biographies and to other memorials
online were added. This allows to identify the places of birth of many
persons.

Most of the deportees were born in Poland (22,800), France (19,450),
Germany (9,000) and Ukraine (4,500) according to 2019 borders.
Sephardim and Oriental Jews born in Greece and Muslim countries amount
to 5,470, and, together with those born in France and other European
countries, their number is likely to reach 7,000, i.e. around 10% of
this entire population. Distribution tables of the deportees' origin,
per country or per country and region are now available at
https://stevemorse.org/france/distribution_of_birthplaces.pdf .

For more details, look at the introduction text at
https://stevemorse.org/france/introe.html or at the article published
by Avotaynu, Spring 2019 issue.

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
Jerusalem, Israel


Online Memorial to the Jews Deported from France - Update #general

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
 

Hello,

The online Memorial of the Deportation of the Jews >from France at
https://stevemorse.org/france was recently updated with additional
details and links to other online resources. Among them:

- A list of 550 men considered as "half Jews" or "spouse of Arian
women" deported to the Anglo-Normand island of Alderney (Aurigny in
French) near Cherbourg have been added to the Memorial. Although their
fate was much different >from those deported to the East, they were
also deported as part of the persecution against the Jews, so their
place is in the Memorial too.

- All the survivors in 1945 - around 4,000 persons - are now indicated,
thanks to the research and recent books by Alexandre Doulut, Serge
Klarsfeld and Sandrine Labeau.

- Many links to civil records, biographies and to other memorials
online were added. This allows to identify the places of birth of many
persons.

Most of the deportees were born in Poland (22,800), France (19,450),
Germany (9,000) and Ukraine (4,500) according to 2019 borders.
Sephardim and Oriental Jews born in Greece and Muslim countries amount
to 5,470, and, together with those born in France and other European
countries, their number is likely to reach 7,000, i.e. around 10% of
this entire population. Distribution tables of the deportees' origin,
per country or per country and region are now available at
https://stevemorse.org/france/distribution_of_birthplaces.pdf .

For more details, look at the introduction text at
https://stevemorse.org/france/introe.html or at the article published
by Avotaynu, Spring 2019 issue.

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
Jerusalem, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Online Memorial to the Jews Deported from France - Update #general

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
 

Hello,

The online Memorial of the Deportation of the Jews >from France at
https://stevemorse.org/france was recently updated with additional
details and links to other online resources. Among them:

- A list of 550 men considered as "half Jews" or "spouse of Arian
women" deported to the Anglo-Normand island of Alderney (Aurigny in
French) near Cherbourg have been added to the Memorial. Although their
fate was much different >from those deported to the East, they were
also deported as part of the persecution against the Jews, so their
place is in the Memorial too.

- All the survivors in 1945 - around 4,000 persons - are now indicated,
thanks to the research and recent books by Alexandre Doulut, Serge
Klarsfeld and Sandrine Labeau.

- Many links to civil records, biographies and to other memorials
online were added. This allows to identify the places of birth of many
persons.

Most of the deportees were born in Poland (22,800), France (19,450),
Germany (9,000) and Ukraine (4,500) according to 2019 borders.
Sephardim and Oriental Jews born in Greece and Muslim countries amount
to 5,470, and, together with those born in France and other European
countries, their number is likely to reach 7,000, i.e. around 10% of
this entire population. Distribution tables of the deportees' origin,
per country or per country and region are now available at
https://stevemorse.org/france/distribution_of_birthplaces.pdf .

For more details, look at the introduction text at
https://stevemorse.org/france/introe.html or at the article published
by Avotaynu, Spring 2019 issue.

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
Jerusalem, Israel


(Canada) Commonwealth War Graves Launches Canadian Voices of Liberation #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWCG) has launched a Canadian call
worldwide for their sound archive, Voices of Liberation, as part of their
World War ll 75th anniversary commemoration. The CWCG operates in 23,000
locations in 150 countries. They are recording the voices of veterans and
family members for their online sound resource. As part of a lasting
tribute to the greatest generation they are calling on the public to make
recordings for its online sound archive.

The CWCG commemorates 1.7 million people and the over 100,000 who died in
battles including Normandy and Kohima during in 1944. You will be able to
explore the archive online which include firsthand accounts >from veterans
and >from family members who visit the battlefields.

The call for Canadians is to record their stories relating to World War ll
and sites of remembrance.

To contribute to the Voices of Liberation go to:
https://liberation.cwgc.org/ You may also listen to submitted stories from
the same site.

To learn more about the CWCG go to: https://www.cwgc.org/ . Through this
site you may also access their archive that is divided between the
Commission Archive and the Casualty Archive.

To read more about the CWCG and their Canadian initiative go to:
https://tinyurl.com/y2n67gfk
Original url:
https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/canadian-launch-for-voices-of-liberation-capturing-the-memories-of-the-greatest-generation--871589572.html

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (Canada) Commonwealth War Graves Launches Canadian Voices of Liberation #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWCG) has launched a Canadian call
worldwide for their sound archive, Voices of Liberation, as part of their
World War ll 75th anniversary commemoration. The CWCG operates in 23,000
locations in 150 countries. They are recording the voices of veterans and
family members for their online sound resource. As part of a lasting
tribute to the greatest generation they are calling on the public to make
recordings for its online sound archive.

The CWCG commemorates 1.7 million people and the over 100,000 who died in
battles including Normandy and Kohima during in 1944. You will be able to
explore the archive online which include firsthand accounts >from veterans
and >from family members who visit the battlefields.

The call for Canadians is to record their stories relating to World War ll
and sites of remembrance.

To contribute to the Voices of Liberation go to:
https://liberation.cwgc.org/ You may also listen to submitted stories from
the same site.

To learn more about the CWCG go to: https://www.cwgc.org/ . Through this
site you may also access their archive that is divided between the
Commission Archive and the Casualty Archive.

To read more about the CWCG and their Canadian initiative go to:
https://tinyurl.com/y2n67gfk
Original url:
https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/canadian-launch-for-voices-of-liberation-capturing-the-memories-of-the-greatest-generation--871589572.html

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


searching for KIein Totvarad and Spitz Repseg #hungary

chrisreg@...
 

Hello List
any info on my great granparents would be welcome
Rozalia Klein married to Ignacz Fischer in Totvarad and Pleps ? Cecila married to Spitz salomon Repszeg
parents of adolf fischer and regina spitz;
would be grateful to know where to find register for this 2 towns and in which area , is it in now Crisana??
many thanks
regrds

Christine Rodricks

Le Cannet, France

Moderator: Would be helpful if you could provide some dates, even approximate. Lots
of records >from Transylvania in the Hungary database but privacy rules bar publication
of records for events less than 100 years in the past.


Hungary SIG #Hungary searching for KIein Totvarad and Spitz Repseg #hungary

chrisreg@...
 

Hello List
any info on my great granparents would be welcome
Rozalia Klein married to Ignacz Fischer in Totvarad and Pleps ? Cecila married to Spitz salomon Repszeg
parents of adolf fischer and regina spitz;
would be grateful to know where to find register for this 2 towns and in which area , is it in now Crisana??
many thanks
regrds

Christine Rodricks

Le Cannet, France

Moderator: Would be helpful if you could provide some dates, even approximate. Lots
of records >from Transylvania in the Hungary database but privacy rules bar publication
of records for events less than 100 years in the past.

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