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Lodz and Bialystok to Paterson, NJ #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

As coordinator of the Lodz Area Research Group listserv and
website, I am in touch with a great many of the families and
descendants of people who came >from Lodz and the surrounding
area. Lodz was a textile city and therefore many of the
people who emigrated >from Lodz to the United States, settled
in Paterson, NJ, which is another textile city, also known
as the Silk City. The other major group of immigrants to
Paterson were those who came >from Bialystok.

Mark Halpern, the coordinator of the Bialystok
listserv,lived in Paterson as a young boy, and I lived there
until I was 12 years old, when we moved next door to Fair
Lawn, NJ. Coincidentally Mark and I entered genealogy at
the same time back in 1997-98. We often half-joked (and
half-seriously) talked about the future generations who will
look for their roots in Paterson, NJ.

Since the IAJGS conference is being held in Philadelphia
next summer, we decided to put out feelers about how many of
you would be interested in attending a Birds of a Feather
meeting at the Conference for the Paterson, NJ area, which
also includes Passaic, Kearny, and other nearby towns. We
have been in touch with the President of the Jewish
Historical Society of North Jersey as well as a few other
people actively involved in similar organizations involving
the history of Jewish Paterson. If there is an interest, we
would invite those people to attend.

As conference program Chairman, Mark is very busy now. We
agreed that responses to this inquiry would come to me.

All you have to do, is reply to me personally letting me
know:

1. your interest in a Paterson group
2. name of your family >from Paterson or nearby town
3. any memorabilia you may have >from Paterson.
4. plans (even tentative) to attend the conference

Depending upon the responses, we will organize a Paterson
and area Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at the conference. If
this takes off, we will consider creating a Paterson
ShtetLink website on JewishGen.

Regards,
Roni

[Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz]
New York
Family Genealogy Website http://x.liebowitzes.com/genealogy
PRZYBYLSKI (later BILSKY) and PIASKOWSKI ---Belchatow, Lodz
in Poland; some to Argentina SEIBEL, SZAEFER, KLOSS
---Klimontow, Nadbrzezie, Konary, Grebow, Krakow, Baronow
Sandomierski, Rozwadow, Tarnobrzeg, Zukow in Poland; Lviv in
Ukraine (Galicia); Sao Paulo, Brazil URBACH, RUKALSKI,
ROZICKA, MANDELBAUM/MANDELBOIM --- Wegrow, Czerwonka,
Warsaw, Minsk Mazowiecki, Radom in Poland; Harare, Southern
Rhodesia (Zimbabwe); RUJELSMAN --- Argentina


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Lodz and Bialystok to Paterson, NJ #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

As coordinator of the Lodz Area Research Group listserv and
website, I am in touch with a great many of the families and
descendants of people who came >from Lodz and the surrounding
area. Lodz was a textile city and therefore many of the
people who emigrated >from Lodz to the United States, settled
in Paterson, NJ, which is another textile city, also known
as the Silk City. The other major group of immigrants to
Paterson were those who came >from Bialystok.

Mark Halpern, the coordinator of the Bialystok
listserv,lived in Paterson as a young boy, and I lived there
until I was 12 years old, when we moved next door to Fair
Lawn, NJ. Coincidentally Mark and I entered genealogy at
the same time back in 1997-98. We often half-joked (and
half-seriously) talked about the future generations who will
look for their roots in Paterson, NJ.

Since the IAJGS conference is being held in Philadelphia
next summer, we decided to put out feelers about how many of
you would be interested in attending a Birds of a Feather
meeting at the Conference for the Paterson, NJ area, which
also includes Passaic, Kearny, and other nearby towns. We
have been in touch with the President of the Jewish
Historical Society of North Jersey as well as a few other
people actively involved in similar organizations involving
the history of Jewish Paterson. If there is an interest, we
would invite those people to attend.

As conference program Chairman, Mark is very busy now. We
agreed that responses to this inquiry would come to me.

All you have to do, is reply to me personally letting me
know:

1. your interest in a Paterson group
2. name of your family >from Paterson or nearby town
3. any memorabilia you may have >from Paterson.
4. plans (even tentative) to attend the conference

Depending upon the responses, we will organize a Paterson
and area Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at the conference. If
this takes off, we will consider creating a Paterson
ShtetLink website on JewishGen.

Regards,
Roni

[Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz]
New York
Family Genealogy Website http://x.liebowitzes.com/genealogy
PRZYBYLSKI (later BILSKY) and PIASKOWSKI ---Belchatow, Lodz
in Poland; some to Argentina SEIBEL, SZAEFER, KLOSS
---Klimontow, Nadbrzezie, Konary, Grebow, Krakow, Baronow
Sandomierski, Rozwadow, Tarnobrzeg, Zukow in Poland; Lviv in
Ukraine (Galicia); Sao Paulo, Brazil URBACH, RUKALSKI,
ROZICKA, MANDELBAUM/MANDELBOIM --- Wegrow, Czerwonka,
Warsaw, Minsk Mazowiecki, Radom in Poland; Harare, Southern
Rhodesia (Zimbabwe); RUJELSMAN --- Argentina


Lodz and Bialystok to Paterson, NJ #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

As coordinator of the Lodz Area Research Group listserv and
website, I am in touch with a great many of the families and
descendants of people who came >from Lodz and the surrounding
area. Lodz was a textile city and therefore many of the
people who emigrated >from Lodz to the United States, settled
in Paterson, NJ, which is another textile city, also known
as the Silk City. The other major group of immigrants to
Paterson were those who came >from Bialystok.

Mark Halpern, the coordinator of the Bialystok
listserv,lived in Paterson as a young boy, and I lived there
until I was 12 years old, when we moved next door to Fair
Lawn, NJ. Coincidentally Mark and I entered genealogy at
the same time back in 1997-98. We often half-joked (and
half-seriously) talked about the future generations who will
look for their roots in Paterson, NJ.

Since the IAJGS conference is being held in Philadelphia
next summer, we decided to put out feelers about how many of
you would be interested in attending a Birds of a Feather
meeting at the Conference for the Paterson, NJ area, which
also includes Passaic, Kearny, and other nearby towns. We
have been in touch with the President of the Jewish
Historical Society of North Jersey as well as a few other
people actively involved in similar organizations involving
the history of Jewish Paterson. If there is an interest, we
would invite those people to attend.

As conference program Chairman, Mark is very busy now. We
agreed that responses to this inquiry would come to me.

All you have to do, is reply to me personally letting me
know:

1. your interest in a Paterson group
2. name of your family >from Paterson or nearby town
3. any memorabilia you may have >from Paterson.
4. plans (even tentative) to attend the conference

Depending upon the responses, we will organize a Paterson
and area Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at the conference. If
this takes off, we will consider creating a Paterson
ShtetLink website on JewishGen.

Regards,
Roni

[Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz]
New York
Family Genealogy Website http://x.liebowitzes.com/genealogy
PRZYBYLSKI (later BILSKY) and PIASKOWSKI ---Belchatow, Lodz
in Poland; some to Argentina SEIBEL, SZAEFER, KLOSS
---Klimontow, Nadbrzezie, Konary, Grebow, Krakow, Baronow
Sandomierski, Rozwadow, Tarnobrzeg, Zukow in Poland; Lviv in
Ukraine (Galicia); Sao Paulo, Brazil URBACH, RUKALSKI,
ROZICKA, MANDELBAUM/MANDELBOIM --- Wegrow, Czerwonka,
Warsaw, Minsk Mazowiecki, Radom in Poland; Harare, Southern
Rhodesia (Zimbabwe); RUJELSMAN --- Argentina


JRI Poland #Poland Lodz and Bialystok to Paterson, NJ #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

As coordinator of the Lodz Area Research Group listserv and
website, I am in touch with a great many of the families and
descendants of people who came >from Lodz and the surrounding
area. Lodz was a textile city and therefore many of the
people who emigrated >from Lodz to the United States, settled
in Paterson, NJ, which is another textile city, also known
as the Silk City. The other major group of immigrants to
Paterson were those who came >from Bialystok.

Mark Halpern, the coordinator of the Bialystok
listserv,lived in Paterson as a young boy, and I lived there
until I was 12 years old, when we moved next door to Fair
Lawn, NJ. Coincidentally Mark and I entered genealogy at
the same time back in 1997-98. We often half-joked (and
half-seriously) talked about the future generations who will
look for their roots in Paterson, NJ.

Since the IAJGS conference is being held in Philadelphia
next summer, we decided to put out feelers about how many of
you would be interested in attending a Birds of a Feather
meeting at the Conference for the Paterson, NJ area, which
also includes Passaic, Kearny, and other nearby towns. We
have been in touch with the President of the Jewish
Historical Society of North Jersey as well as a few other
people actively involved in similar organizations involving
the history of Jewish Paterson. If there is an interest, we
would invite those people to attend.

As conference program Chairman, Mark is very busy now. We
agreed that responses to this inquiry would come to me.

All you have to do, is reply to me personally letting me
know:

1. your interest in a Paterson group
2. name of your family >from Paterson or nearby town
3. any memorabilia you may have >from Paterson.
4. plans (even tentative) to attend the conference

Depending upon the responses, we will organize a Paterson
and area Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at the conference. If
this takes off, we will consider creating a Paterson
ShtetLink website on JewishGen.

Regards,
Roni

[Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz]
New York
Family Genealogy Website http://x.liebowitzes.com/genealogy
PRZYBYLSKI (later BILSKY) and PIASKOWSKI ---Belchatow, Lodz
in Poland; some to Argentina SEIBEL, SZAEFER, KLOSS
---Klimontow, Nadbrzezie, Konary, Grebow, Krakow, Baronow
Sandomierski, Rozwadow, Tarnobrzeg, Zukow in Poland; Lviv in
Ukraine (Galicia); Sao Paulo, Brazil URBACH, RUKALSKI,
ROZICKA, MANDELBAUM/MANDELBOIM --- Wegrow, Czerwonka,
Warsaw, Minsk Mazowiecki, Radom in Poland; Harare, Southern
Rhodesia (Zimbabwe); RUJELSMAN --- Argentina


Access to JCR-UK Database and JewishGen Databases #unitedkingdom

LAURENCE HARRIS
 

There is currently a problem accessing a number of JewishGen databases, and
also databases hosted on JewishGen servers (including the JCR-UK database).


In particular, you may receive an error message similar to

The evaluation period of seliSoft ActiveHTML has expired.

JewishGen have acknowledged that they are experiencing technical
difficulties and interruptions which they are trying to resolve as quickly
as possible.

Laurence Harris
Chairman
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Access to JCR-UK Database and JewishGen Databases #unitedkingdom

LAURENCE HARRIS
 

There is currently a problem accessing a number of JewishGen databases, and
also databases hosted on JewishGen servers (including the JCR-UK database).


In particular, you may receive an error message similar to

The evaluation period of seliSoft ActiveHTML has expired.

JewishGen have acknowledged that they are experiencing technical
difficulties and interruptions which they are trying to resolve as quickly
as possible.

Laurence Harris
Chairman
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain


Lodz and Bialystok to Paterson, NJ #lodz #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

As coordinator of the Lodz Area Research Group listserv and website,
I am in touch with a great many of the families and descendants of
people who came >from Lodz and the surrounding area. Lodz was a
textile city and therefore many of the people who emigrated from
Lodz to the United States, settled in Paterson, NJ, which is another
textile city, also known as the Silk City. The other major group of
immigrants to Paterson were those who came >from Bialystok.

Mark Halpern, the coordinator of the Bialystok listserv, lived in
Paterson as a young boy, and I lived there until I was 12 years old,
when we moved next door to Fair Lawn, NJ. Coincidentally Mark and I
entered genealogy at the same time back in 1997-98. We often
half-joked (and half-seriously) talked about the future generations
who will look for their roots in Paterson, NJ.

Since the IAJGS conference is being held in Philadelphia next
summer, we decided to put out feelers about how many of you would be
interested in attending a Birds of a Feather meeting at the
Conference for the Paterson, NJ area, which also includes Passaic,
Kearny, and other nearby towns. We have been in touch with the
President of the Jewish Historical Society of North Jersey as well
as a few other people actively involved in similar organizations
involving the history of Jewish Paterson. If there is an interest,
we would invite those people to attend.

As conference program Chairman, Mark is very busy now. We agreed
that responses to this inquiry would come to me.

All you have to do, is reply to me personally letting me know:

1. your interest in a Paterson group
2. name of your family >from Paterson or nearby town
3. any memorabilia you may have >from Paterson.
4. plans (even tentative) to attend the conference

Depending upon the responses, we will organize a Paterson and area
Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at the conference. If this takes off, we
will consider creating a Paterson ShtetLink website on JewishGen.

Regards,
Roni

[Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz]
New York
Family Genealogy Website http://x.liebowitzes.com/genealogy

PRZYBYLSKI (BILSKY) & PIASKOWSKI - Belchatow, Lodz in Poland; some to
Argentina; SEIBEL, SZAEFER, KLOSS - Klimontow, Nadbrzezie, Konary, Grebow,
Krakow, Baronow Sandomierski, Rozwadow, Tarnobrzeg, Zukow in Poland; Lviv
in Ukraine (Galicia); Sao Paulo, Brazil; URBACH, RUKALSKI, ROZICKA,
MANDELBAUM/MANDELBOIM - Wegrow, Czerwonka, Warsaw, Minsk Mazowiecki, Radom
in Poland; Harare, Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe); RUJELSMAN - Argentina


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Lodz and Bialystok to Paterson, NJ #lodz #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

As coordinator of the Lodz Area Research Group listserv and website,
I am in touch with a great many of the families and descendants of
people who came >from Lodz and the surrounding area. Lodz was a
textile city and therefore many of the people who emigrated from
Lodz to the United States, settled in Paterson, NJ, which is another
textile city, also known as the Silk City. The other major group of
immigrants to Paterson were those who came >from Bialystok.

Mark Halpern, the coordinator of the Bialystok listserv, lived in
Paterson as a young boy, and I lived there until I was 12 years old,
when we moved next door to Fair Lawn, NJ. Coincidentally Mark and I
entered genealogy at the same time back in 1997-98. We often
half-joked (and half-seriously) talked about the future generations
who will look for their roots in Paterson, NJ.

Since the IAJGS conference is being held in Philadelphia next
summer, we decided to put out feelers about how many of you would be
interested in attending a Birds of a Feather meeting at the
Conference for the Paterson, NJ area, which also includes Passaic,
Kearny, and other nearby towns. We have been in touch with the
President of the Jewish Historical Society of North Jersey as well
as a few other people actively involved in similar organizations
involving the history of Jewish Paterson. If there is an interest,
we would invite those people to attend.

As conference program Chairman, Mark is very busy now. We agreed
that responses to this inquiry would come to me.

All you have to do, is reply to me personally letting me know:

1. your interest in a Paterson group
2. name of your family >from Paterson or nearby town
3. any memorabilia you may have >from Paterson.
4. plans (even tentative) to attend the conference

Depending upon the responses, we will organize a Paterson and area
Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at the conference. If this takes off, we
will consider creating a Paterson ShtetLink website on JewishGen.

Regards,
Roni

[Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz]
New York
Family Genealogy Website http://x.liebowitzes.com/genealogy

PRZYBYLSKI (BILSKY) & PIASKOWSKI - Belchatow, Lodz in Poland; some to
Argentina; SEIBEL, SZAEFER, KLOSS - Klimontow, Nadbrzezie, Konary, Grebow,
Krakow, Baronow Sandomierski, Rozwadow, Tarnobrzeg, Zukow in Poland; Lviv
in Ukraine (Galicia); Sao Paulo, Brazil; URBACH, RUKALSKI, ROZICKA,
MANDELBAUM/MANDELBOIM - Wegrow, Czerwonka, Warsaw, Minsk Mazowiecki, Radom
in Poland; Harare, Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe); RUJELSMAN - Argentina


JewishGen in Announcement with Ancestry.com and AJJDC #general

Warren Blatt <wblatt@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners:

JewishGen is proud to announce an arrangement between JewishGen,
Ancestry.com (The Generations Network, Inc.) and the American
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were announced at the IAJGS Conference in Chicago last summer.

Ancestry.com announced yesterday that a collection of records >from
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Here is the link to an article in Newsday:

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and further information can be found below
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I invite all of you to take a look at this collection by going to the
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Distribution Committee records are free and will continue to be so.

Finally, we are in the midst of the re-hosting of our servers.
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We will continue to update you on our progress.

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Managing Director
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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JewishGen in Announcement with Ancestry.com and AJJDC #general

Warren Blatt <wblatt@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners:

JewishGen is proud to announce an arrangement between JewishGen,
Ancestry.com (The Generations Network, Inc.) and the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (AJJDC), to provide access
to the world's largest online collection of Jewish family records.

All the particulars of agreement between JewishGen and Ancestry.com
were announced at the IAJGS Conference in Chicago last summer.

Ancestry.com announced yesterday that a collection of records >from
the Joint Distribution Commitee was added to their website.

Here is the link to an article in Newsday:

http://www.newsday.com/news/printedition/longisland/ny-liance305903953oct30,0,
3639125.story
or http://tinyurl.com/5lne6o (moderator)

and further information can be found below
http://www.mjhnyc.org/pressroom/documents/Ancestry.comJewishCollection.pdf

I invite all of you to take a look at this collection by going to the
JewishGen.org website and searching your surnames through the box on
the top of the page for Ancestry.com. All of the JewishGen and Joint
Distribution Committee records are free and will continue to be so.

Finally, we are in the midst of the re-hosting of our servers.
The re-hosting will provide you with better service. This is a
process which may take several weeks, and you may notice interruptions
in access to JewishGen. We apologize for any inconvenience.
We will continue to update you on our progress.

Warren Blatt
Managing Director
JewishGen


Lodz and Bialystok to Paterson, NJ #general

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

As coordinator of the Lodz Area Research Group listserv and
website, I am in touch with a great many of the families and
descendants of people who came >from Lodz and the surrounding
area. Lodz was a textile city and therefore many of the
people who emigrated >from Lodz to the United States, settled
in Paterson, NJ, which is another textile city, also known
as the Silk City. The other major group of immigrants to
Paterson were those who came >from Bialystok.

Mark Halpern, the coordinator of the Bialystok
listserv,lived in Paterson as a young boy, and I lived there
until I was 12 years old, when we moved next door to Fair
Lawn, NJ. Coincidentally Mark and I entered genealogy at
the same time back in 1997-98. We often half-joked (and
half-seriously) talked about the future generations who will
look for their roots in Paterson, NJ.

Since the IAJGS conference is being held in Philadelphia
next summer, we decided to put out feelers about how many of
you would be interested in attending a Birds of a Feather
meeting at the Conference for the Paterson, NJ area, which
also includes Passaic, Kearny, and other nearby towns. We
have been in touch with the President of the Jewish
Historical Society of North Jersey as well as a few other
people actively involved in similar organizations involving
the history of Jewish Paterson. If there is an interest, we
would invite those people to attend.

As conference program Chairman, Mark is very busy now. We
agreed that responses to this inquiry would come to me.

All you have to do, is reply to me personally letting me
know:

1. your interest in a Paterson group
2. name of your family >from Paterson or nearby town
3. any memorabilia you may have >from Paterson.
4. plans (even tentative) to attend the conference

Depending upon the responses, we will organize a Paterson
and area Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at the conference. If
this takes off, we will consider creating a Paterson
ShtetLink website on JewishGen.

Regards,
Roni

[Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz]
New York
Family Genealogy Website http://x.liebowitzes.com/genealogy
PRZYBYLSKI (later BILSKY) and PIASKOWSKI ---Belchatow, Lodz in Poland; some
to Argentina SEIBEL, SZAEFER, KLOSS---Klimontow, Nadbrzezie, Konary, Grebow,
Krakow, Baronow Sandomierski, Rozwadow, Tarnobrzeg, Zukow in Poland; Lviv in
Ukraine (Galicia); Sao Paulo, Brazil URBACH, RUKALSKI,ROZICKA,
MANDELBAUM/MANDELBOIM --- Wegrow, Czerwonka,Warsaw, Minsk Mazowiecki,
Radom in Poland; Harare, SouthernRhodesia (Zimbabwe); RUJELSMAN --- Argentina


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lodz and Bialystok to Paterson, NJ #general

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

As coordinator of the Lodz Area Research Group listserv and
website, I am in touch with a great many of the families and
descendants of people who came >from Lodz and the surrounding
area. Lodz was a textile city and therefore many of the
people who emigrated >from Lodz to the United States, settled
in Paterson, NJ, which is another textile city, also known
as the Silk City. The other major group of immigrants to
Paterson were those who came >from Bialystok.

Mark Halpern, the coordinator of the Bialystok
listserv,lived in Paterson as a young boy, and I lived there
until I was 12 years old, when we moved next door to Fair
Lawn, NJ. Coincidentally Mark and I entered genealogy at
the same time back in 1997-98. We often half-joked (and
half-seriously) talked about the future generations who will
look for their roots in Paterson, NJ.

Since the IAJGS conference is being held in Philadelphia
next summer, we decided to put out feelers about how many of
you would be interested in attending a Birds of a Feather
meeting at the Conference for the Paterson, NJ area, which
also includes Passaic, Kearny, and other nearby towns. We
have been in touch with the President of the Jewish
Historical Society of North Jersey as well as a few other
people actively involved in similar organizations involving
the history of Jewish Paterson. If there is an interest, we
would invite those people to attend.

As conference program Chairman, Mark is very busy now. We
agreed that responses to this inquiry would come to me.

All you have to do, is reply to me personally letting me
know:

1. your interest in a Paterson group
2. name of your family >from Paterson or nearby town
3. any memorabilia you may have >from Paterson.
4. plans (even tentative) to attend the conference

Depending upon the responses, we will organize a Paterson
and area Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at the conference. If
this takes off, we will consider creating a Paterson
ShtetLink website on JewishGen.

Regards,
Roni

[Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz]
New York
Family Genealogy Website http://x.liebowitzes.com/genealogy
PRZYBYLSKI (later BILSKY) and PIASKOWSKI ---Belchatow, Lodz in Poland; some
to Argentina SEIBEL, SZAEFER, KLOSS---Klimontow, Nadbrzezie, Konary, Grebow,
Krakow, Baronow Sandomierski, Rozwadow, Tarnobrzeg, Zukow in Poland; Lviv in
Ukraine (Galicia); Sao Paulo, Brazil URBACH, RUKALSKI,ROZICKA,
MANDELBAUM/MANDELBOIM --- Wegrow, Czerwonka,Warsaw, Minsk Mazowiecki,
Radom in Poland; Harare, SouthernRhodesia (Zimbabwe); RUJELSMAN --- Argentina


Fw: Budapest Wartime Death Records #hungary

Beth Long
 

Some of you may already be aware of this, but when I was at the Budapest Ci=
ty Archives yesterday, I discovered that hundreds of people (predominantly =
Jewish, by the names) who died during the war years (mainly 1944 and 1945) =
have their deaths recorded in the 1950 and 1951 death records of District V=
(regardless of where the death actually occurred).

Since District V is the center city district, this may represent some kind
of centralized process (?)

There may be records to be found under other years as well, but these are
the two I looked at yesterday.

Beth Long
Budapest


Translation from old German please #hungary

Yohanan
 

The ladies at the LDS church here in Melbourne were kind this time,

and let me take a photo of an 1851 record, >from film No. 1837731 of Jewish
BMD 1846 – 1881, Holics, Slovakia.

The name Marcus NATAN is clearly viewed in the middle of the second line,

but the rest of the note, in old German, is faded and hard to read.

Marcus could have been my GGGrandfather.

I could not fit the whole record in one photo so I had to split it to 2
frames,

left (4 lines) and right (3 lines). You may view it in:



http://picasaweb.google.com/yloeffler05/MarcusNathan#5262859267969387954



Also, in the 2nd photo (right side of document), in one of the column's
captions,

there is a word that looks like "Ren?en". Any idea what it means? I'm
curious,

as in another birth record under the same column the name M. Natan is
entered,

just after the Brith / naming date.

Please reply to:



loeflery@netspace.net.au



Yohanan Loeffler

Melbourne Australia


Hungary SIG #Hungary Fw: Budapest Wartime Death Records #hungary

Beth Long
 

Some of you may already be aware of this, but when I was at the Budapest Ci=
ty Archives yesterday, I discovered that hundreds of people (predominantly =
Jewish, by the names) who died during the war years (mainly 1944 and 1945) =
have their deaths recorded in the 1950 and 1951 death records of District V=
(regardless of where the death actually occurred).

Since District V is the center city district, this may represent some kind
of centralized process (?)

There may be records to be found under other years as well, but these are
the two I looked at yesterday.

Beth Long
Budapest


Hungary SIG #Hungary Translation from old German please #hungary

Yohanan
 

The ladies at the LDS church here in Melbourne were kind this time,

and let me take a photo of an 1851 record, >from film No. 1837731 of Jewish
BMD 1846 – 1881, Holics, Slovakia.

The name Marcus NATAN is clearly viewed in the middle of the second line,

but the rest of the note, in old German, is faded and hard to read.

Marcus could have been my GGGrandfather.

I could not fit the whole record in one photo so I had to split it to 2
frames,

left (4 lines) and right (3 lines). You may view it in:



http://picasaweb.google.com/yloeffler05/MarcusNathan#5262859267969387954



Also, in the 2nd photo (right side of document), in one of the column's
captions,

there is a word that looks like "Ren?en". Any idea what it means? I'm
curious,

as in another birth record under the same column the name M. Natan is
entered,

just after the Brith / naming date.

Please reply to:



loeflery@netspace.net.au



Yohanan Loeffler

Melbourne Australia


Max HAAS London ca. 1900; Button merchant; dau. Elsa Rosa #unitedkingdom

Michael Elliot-Jones <mfej@...>
 

Researching HAAS.

Max lived in Hampstead & had a factory in the East End.

Elsa Rosa HAAS b. ca 1893, marr. Alfred Richard GROVES, Nov 1914 at
Southampton. No divorce found. No record of this woman found in later
years. No cohabitation of Alfred & Elsa found after WW-I. No children
of this marr. found. Did the family move to the continent or Canada?

There is an Ellis Island record of a Max Haas which shows arrival (on
the Lusitania) of Max HAAS and wife, 12 Jan 1911, in NY on the way to
Montreal. He is noted as residence 30 Cavendish Mansions, West
Hampstead, England. Occ. Commercial traveler. Apparently accompanied
by wife, but her forename is not given. Whether it's the one I'm
after is unknown.

Address on Max and dau. >from other sources indicate Alfred and Elsa
lived at 103 Churchill Road, Willesden Green >from 1917-19 and Alfred
was at 141 Chapter Road, Willesden Green in 1933.

Thx.
Michael Elliot-Jones
Santa Rosa, CA


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Max HAAS London ca. 1900; Button merchant; dau. Elsa Rosa #unitedkingdom

Michael Elliot-Jones <mfej@...>
 

Researching HAAS.

Max lived in Hampstead & had a factory in the East End.

Elsa Rosa HAAS b. ca 1893, marr. Alfred Richard GROVES, Nov 1914 at
Southampton. No divorce found. No record of this woman found in later
years. No cohabitation of Alfred & Elsa found after WW-I. No children
of this marr. found. Did the family move to the continent or Canada?

There is an Ellis Island record of a Max Haas which shows arrival (on
the Lusitania) of Max HAAS and wife, 12 Jan 1911, in NY on the way to
Montreal. He is noted as residence 30 Cavendish Mansions, West
Hampstead, England. Occ. Commercial traveler. Apparently accompanied
by wife, but her forename is not given. Whether it's the one I'm
after is unknown.

Address on Max and dau. >from other sources indicate Alfred and Elsa
lived at 103 Churchill Road, Willesden Green >from 1917-19 and Alfred
was at 141 Chapter Road, Willesden Green in 1933.

Thx.
Michael Elliot-Jones
Santa Rosa, CA


Jewish Genealogical Society of CT meeting #general

Marcia Indianer Meyers <marciarthur@...>
 

Greetings,

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut will meet on
Sunday, November 9, 2008 at 1:30. Vera Schwarcz, Professor
of History and East Asian Studies at Wesleyan University
will present a program on The Jews of Shanghai.

The meeting will take place at Godfrey Memorial Library in
Middletown CT.
The program is free.

Marcia Indianer Meyers
President JGSCT


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish Genealogical Society of CT meeting #general

Marcia Indianer Meyers <marciarthur@...>
 

Greetings,

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut will meet on
Sunday, November 9, 2008 at 1:30. Vera Schwarcz, Professor
of History and East Asian Studies at Wesleyan University
will present a program on The Jews of Shanghai.

The meeting will take place at Godfrey Memorial Library in
Middletown CT.
The program is free.

Marcia Indianer Meyers
President JGSCT