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ViewMate translation request - Russian, from Makow, TOPOR, FUNK, HOFMAN and SZLAZER #general

Lisa Betros <LKBetros@...>
 

I've posted three vital records in Russian >from Makow for which I need a
translations. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=72892
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=72893
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=72894

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

Lisa Kahn Betros
Dobbs Ferry, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Russian, from Makow, TOPOR, FUNK, HOFMAN and SZLAZER #general

Lisa Betros <LKBetros@...>
 

I've posted three vital records in Russian >from Makow for which I need a
translations. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=72892
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=72893
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=72894

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

Lisa Kahn Betros
Dobbs Ferry, NY


Viewmate requests translations of Yiddish or Hebrew #general

Jeff Miller
 

I've posted the Yiddish message text >from the reverse (message side) of four
family picture postcards depicting a family member or members on the front
(featuring infants or young children) and message to be translated on the back.
Pictures for VM72903, VM72905, and VM72907 were taken at studios in New
York, probably in the 1920s or 1930s, probably of Fraider family members,
but possibly of Miller/Mlynarz family members.

What I know about the family is my grandmother Jennie (Shayndl) Fraider
married Mordechai/Mottel/Max Mlynarz/Miller >from Ostroleka Poland in New
York in November 1916.
My guess is the pictures are of known New York relatives of Jennie's.

The one exception is VM72906 which is a postcard featuring a husband, wife
and child, sending a message >from Ostroleka Poland to New York and my Max
Miller (Mordechai Mlynarz) grandfather and Jennie Fraider grandmother, so
would have been >from someone in Poland who was related to Mlynarz/Miller
[>from Poland] and could include surnames Berzinsky/Brzezinski/Burzynski,
Proginsky/Proginski, Shapowitz/Szapowicz, Kopytka, Cymerman/Zimmerman

Please respond via the form provided in the Viewmate application.
The text is on Viewmate at the following addresses...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72903


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72905


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72906


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72907


Thank you very much.

Jeff Miller
Maryland
Researching: Surnames related to Freider/Fraider [>from Ukraine] include
Siegel, Braslowsky, Trachtenbroit, Scheib, Zohn, Geller, Koenig, Rosenzweig,
Waltzer Surnames related to Mlynarz/Miller [>from Poland] include
Berzinsky/Brzezinski/Burzynski, Proginsky/Proginski, and
Shapowitz/Szapowicz, Kopytka, Cymerman/Zimmerman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate requests translations of Yiddish or Hebrew #general

Jeff Miller
 

I've posted the Yiddish message text >from the reverse (message side) of four
family picture postcards depicting a family member or members on the front
(featuring infants or young children) and message to be translated on the back.
Pictures for VM72903, VM72905, and VM72907 were taken at studios in New
York, probably in the 1920s or 1930s, probably of Fraider family members,
but possibly of Miller/Mlynarz family members.

What I know about the family is my grandmother Jennie (Shayndl) Fraider
married Mordechai/Mottel/Max Mlynarz/Miller >from Ostroleka Poland in New
York in November 1916.
My guess is the pictures are of known New York relatives of Jennie's.

The one exception is VM72906 which is a postcard featuring a husband, wife
and child, sending a message >from Ostroleka Poland to New York and my Max
Miller (Mordechai Mlynarz) grandfather and Jennie Fraider grandmother, so
would have been >from someone in Poland who was related to Mlynarz/Miller
[>from Poland] and could include surnames Berzinsky/Brzezinski/Burzynski,
Proginsky/Proginski, Shapowitz/Szapowicz, Kopytka, Cymerman/Zimmerman

Please respond via the form provided in the Viewmate application.
The text is on Viewmate at the following addresses...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72903


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72905


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72906


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72907


Thank you very much.

Jeff Miller
Maryland
Researching: Surnames related to Freider/Fraider [>from Ukraine] include
Siegel, Braslowsky, Trachtenbroit, Scheib, Zohn, Geller, Koenig, Rosenzweig,
Waltzer Surnames related to Mlynarz/Miller [>from Poland] include
Berzinsky/Brzezinski/Burzynski, Proginsky/Proginski, and
Shapowitz/Szapowicz, Kopytka, Cymerman/Zimmerman


Viewmnate translation request from Russian #general

sonny_putter@...
 

I would appreciate an English translation of the Russian text of the 1872
Laszczow, Poland birth record for Szaia Michel PUTER, Akta 25. I would like
a translation of all the genealogically significant information, especially
his date and place of birth and the names, ages and birth places of his
parents.

It is on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72891.

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.
Thank you very much.

Sinai (Sonny) PUTTER
Bellevue, Washington U.S.A.
sonny_putter@prodigy.net

Researching: BILK | BLAJSER | CUKIERMAN | DRESZER | DYCHTERMAN | ELBAUM |
ERLICH | FAYNER | FEDER | FRAJMAN | GOFMAN | GRYN | HOCHMAN | KREMER |
LEMCHEN | LEJWENFUS | LIBEL | MESSYNGIER | METZ | PUTER | ROTFELD | SOBEL |
SZAJNBERG | SZLOFMAN | SZNAI | SZOK | SZPISAJZEN | SZRAJBER | SZYR | WAYC |
WERTKIN | ZALCMAN. In Lublin, Poland and Lublin area shtetlach.
Also in Courland area, Latvia and Babruysk area, Belarus.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmnate translation request from Russian #general

sonny_putter@...
 

I would appreciate an English translation of the Russian text of the 1872
Laszczow, Poland birth record for Szaia Michel PUTER, Akta 25. I would like
a translation of all the genealogically significant information, especially
his date and place of birth and the names, ages and birth places of his
parents.

It is on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72891.

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.
Thank you very much.

Sinai (Sonny) PUTTER
Bellevue, Washington U.S.A.
sonny_putter@prodigy.net

Researching: BILK | BLAJSER | CUKIERMAN | DRESZER | DYCHTERMAN | ELBAUM |
ERLICH | FAYNER | FEDER | FRAJMAN | GOFMAN | GRYN | HOCHMAN | KREMER |
LEMCHEN | LEJWENFUS | LIBEL | MESSYNGIER | METZ | PUTER | ROTFELD | SOBEL |
SZAJNBERG | SZLOFMAN | SZNAI | SZOK | SZPISAJZEN | SZRAJBER | SZYR | WAYC |
WERTKIN | ZALCMAN. In Lublin, Poland and Lublin area shtetlach.
Also in Courland area, Latvia and Babruysk area, Belarus.


Gluck family history from Huszt #subcarpathia

gluckpast@...
 

Those with a research interest in the Sub-Carpathian town of Huszt
(now Khust) may find the story of the Gluck family (also including
Pikkel) of some use.

Thanks to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC, it is
available online at https://archive.org/details/bib269204_001_001

John Berkeley (previously Berkovic)
Warwick, UK


Subcarpathia SIG #Subcarpathia Gluck family history from Huszt #subcarpathia

gluckpast@...
 

Those with a research interest in the Sub-Carpathian town of Huszt
(now Khust) may find the story of the Gluck family (also including
Pikkel) of some use.

Thanks to the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC, it is
available online at https://archive.org/details/bib269204_001_001

John Berkeley (previously Berkovic)
Warwick, UK


Yizkor- Books-In-Print (YBIP) Indexing Project Underway #ukraine

Joel Alpert
 

The Yizkor- Books-In-Print project is pleased to announce that all
newly published books will include an index.

Here is the YBIP web site displaying all our publications:
https://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html

These Yizkor (memorial) books were originally written by survivors and
former residents of the destroyed Jewish communities who gathered
mainly in Israel, the US and South America. They initially wrote down
informally their memories of their towns and shtetls in the 1950s and
1960s. These writings were eventually compiled into books in the
Yiddish and Hebrew languages. The books provide first-hand accounts of
the cultural, religious and social life in these communities, their
hopes for salvation, their dreams, their everyday struggles and their
tragic destruction by the Nazis and their collaborators. The books
contain memories and histories of the towns and include many names and
photos of residents and victims that are useful to Jewish genealogists
looking for their ancestors and other researchers.

There were over 2000 such memorial books written. This unique body of
literature had not been available to the English reading public. Now
more than 120 of them have been fully translated into English in the
Yizkor Books project of JewishGen and appear on the project web site
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/along with about 650 partially
translated books.

Although many of the books include indices to the Hebrew or Yiddish
names in the text, it is not easy to find these names in the
translated (to English) books. Indexing these books will help readers
and researchers find names of relatives that they did not know about
or find out about those that they did know of. Additionally these
books provide us knowledge of the environment of our ancestors.

The entire indexing project is done by volunteers and each and every
one of them deserves a big =E2=80=9Cthank you=E2=80=9D for their hard work
and dedication.

Here is the list of the volunteers who are hard at work:

Adar Belinkoff, Sue Cohen, Joan Engel, Matan Felzner, Marjorie Geiser,
Barbara Kenzer, Jessie Klein, Yonat Klein, Moshe Kuten, Paul Levit,
Howard Morris, Siddy Rosenberg, Lorraine Rosengarten, Helen Rosenstein
Wolf, Diane Salman, Mina Scheiner, Joanna Shear, Bena Shklyanoy,
Randall Tenor, Debbie Terman, Jessica Tsymbal, Kathy Wallace, Tammy
Weingarten, Erica Wiesel, and Jonathan Wind.

Susan Rosin, Coordinator of the Yizkor-Books-in-Print Project Indexing
Initiative
Joel Alpert, Coordinator of the Yizkor-Books-in-Print Project


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Yizkor- Books-In-Print (YBIP) Indexing Project Underway #ukraine

Joel Alpert
 

The Yizkor- Books-In-Print project is pleased to announce that all
newly published books will include an index.

Here is the YBIP web site displaying all our publications:
https://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html

These Yizkor (memorial) books were originally written by survivors and
former residents of the destroyed Jewish communities who gathered
mainly in Israel, the US and South America. They initially wrote down
informally their memories of their towns and shtetls in the 1950s and
1960s. These writings were eventually compiled into books in the
Yiddish and Hebrew languages. The books provide first-hand accounts of
the cultural, religious and social life in these communities, their
hopes for salvation, their dreams, their everyday struggles and their
tragic destruction by the Nazis and their collaborators. The books
contain memories and histories of the towns and include many names and
photos of residents and victims that are useful to Jewish genealogists
looking for their ancestors and other researchers.

There were over 2000 such memorial books written. This unique body of
literature had not been available to the English reading public. Now
more than 120 of them have been fully translated into English in the
Yizkor Books project of JewishGen and appear on the project web site
http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/along with about 650 partially
translated books.

Although many of the books include indices to the Hebrew or Yiddish
names in the text, it is not easy to find these names in the
translated (to English) books. Indexing these books will help readers
and researchers find names of relatives that they did not know about
or find out about those that they did know of. Additionally these
books provide us knowledge of the environment of our ancestors.

The entire indexing project is done by volunteers and each and every
one of them deserves a big =E2=80=9Cthank you=E2=80=9D for their hard work
and dedication.

Here is the list of the volunteers who are hard at work:

Adar Belinkoff, Sue Cohen, Joan Engel, Matan Felzner, Marjorie Geiser,
Barbara Kenzer, Jessie Klein, Yonat Klein, Moshe Kuten, Paul Levit,
Howard Morris, Siddy Rosenberg, Lorraine Rosengarten, Helen Rosenstein
Wolf, Diane Salman, Mina Scheiner, Joanna Shear, Bena Shklyanoy,
Randall Tenor, Debbie Terman, Jessica Tsymbal, Kathy Wallace, Tammy
Weingarten, Erica Wiesel, and Jonathan Wind.

Susan Rosin, Coordinator of the Yizkor-Books-in-Print Project Indexing
Initiative
Joel Alpert, Coordinator of the Yizkor-Books-in-Print Project


Ackerman Argentina from San Salvator de Jujuy #general

rdegroot <rdegroot@...>
 

Hi

I'm looking for descendants of Alphonso [Adolpho] ACKERMAN (probably
born around 1930) that was/is living in San Salvator de Jujuy (AR)
Alphonso, probably married to Catalina [Helene ??] UNTERMAN and he might
be related to "Lea" abnd "Dina" (sister ??)

Best regards
Robbert de GROOT

MODERATOR: Private responses only please


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Ackerman Argentina from San Salvator de Jujuy #general

rdegroot <rdegroot@...>
 

Hi

I'm looking for descendants of Alphonso [Adolpho] ACKERMAN (probably
born around 1930) that was/is living in San Salvator de Jujuy (AR)
Alphonso, probably married to Catalina [Helene ??] UNTERMAN and he might
be related to "Lea" abnd "Dina" (sister ??)

Best regards
Robbert de GROOT

MODERATOR: Private responses only please


(Denmark) Two Websites on Jewish History, History and Online Resources #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Safe Haven
The Danish Jewish Museum has an online exhibit, Safe Haven, which went on
the Internet the end of 2018. It is a searchable database of the Jews who
fled >from Denmark's Zealand coast to Sweden in 1943 and later. The Swedish
authorities interviewed every person and there are copies >from the
Stockholm Stadsarkievet of the protocols in the database. The information
provides an insight to the individuals' experiences during their flight to
Sweden. It contains over 6,000 protocols but is not complete. The Swedish
archives has more information. The people were defined as "Jewish" by the
Nazi racial definitions. There are non-Jews included who were spouses of
Jews. Children usually appear in their parents' protocols.

To access the database go to: https://safe-haven.dk/en/ It is both in
Danish and English. Fill in the form with the name of the person you are
researching. Other information are the departure and arrival dates, ports
of departure and arrival and year of birth.

Klik and Find
Klik and Find is an interactive map which marks synagogues, Jewish
cemeteries and people. This includes 110 individuals and families charting
their history and movements. Click on the pins that appear when you click
on synagogue, cemetery or people. This site is only in Danish. When you
click on a pin you get the history behind that pin. There is also a search
option by clicking on the magnifying glass next to "Sog". Vejledning
means instructions. Use Google translate https://translate.google.com or
another translation service to help you. Go to:
http://jewmus.dk/klik-og-find/google-kort/

Jewish Heritage Europe has an article on these two exhibits and a list with
links of synagogues and Jewish cemeteries contained in Klik and Find. See:
https://jewish-heritage-europe.eu/2019/04/14/denmark-interactive-online-resources/

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (Denmark) Two Websites on Jewish History, History and Online Resources #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Safe Haven
The Danish Jewish Museum has an online exhibit, Safe Haven, which went on
the Internet the end of 2018. It is a searchable database of the Jews who
fled >from Denmark's Zealand coast to Sweden in 1943 and later. The Swedish
authorities interviewed every person and there are copies >from the
Stockholm Stadsarkievet of the protocols in the database. The information
provides an insight to the individuals' experiences during their flight to
Sweden. It contains over 6,000 protocols but is not complete. The Swedish
archives has more information. The people were defined as "Jewish" by the
Nazi racial definitions. There are non-Jews included who were spouses of
Jews. Children usually appear in their parents' protocols.

To access the database go to: https://safe-haven.dk/en/ It is both in
Danish and English. Fill in the form with the name of the person you are
researching. Other information are the departure and arrival dates, ports
of departure and arrival and year of birth.

Klik and Find
Klik and Find is an interactive map which marks synagogues, Jewish
cemeteries and people. This includes 110 individuals and families charting
their history and movements. Click on the pins that appear when you click
on synagogue, cemetery or people. This site is only in Danish. When you
click on a pin you get the history behind that pin. There is also a search
option by clicking on the magnifying glass next to "Sog". Vejledning
means instructions. Use Google translate https://translate.google.com or
another translation service to help you. Go to:
http://jewmus.dk/klik-og-find/google-kort/

Jewish Heritage Europe has an article on these two exhibits and a list with
links of synagogues and Jewish cemeteries contained in Klik and Find. See:
https://jewish-heritage-europe.eu/2019/04/14/denmark-interactive-online-resources/

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Thank you for handwriting interpretation on ship manifest PILVINSKI #general

Susan Goldsmith
 

Dear JewishGen,
Thank you to all kind Genners who immediately responded to my request, knowing
that Bower Hill is a suburb of Pittsburgh.
Best Regards,
Susan Goldsmith

Researching GOLDSHMIDT, SHLIOMOVICH, P(F)ILVINSKY, GITTES (GADIA) in Lithuania;
TOBIAS, HOROWICZ, DROSNAN, ROZANSKY in Belarus; HAFFNER, DAVIS (DAVIDOVICI),
ROSENZWEIG in Romania; WAXMAN (WACHSMAN), SONENBLIK, KOENIGSBERG in Poland and
Galicia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank you for handwriting interpretation on ship manifest PILVINSKI #general

Susan Goldsmith
 

Dear JewishGen,
Thank you to all kind Genners who immediately responded to my request, knowing
that Bower Hill is a suburb of Pittsburgh.
Best Regards,
Susan Goldsmith

Researching GOLDSHMIDT, SHLIOMOVICH, P(F)ILVINSKY, GITTES (GADIA) in Lithuania;
TOBIAS, HOROWICZ, DROSNAN, ROZANSKY in Belarus; HAFFNER, DAVIS (DAVIDOVICI),
ROSENZWEIG in Romania; WAXMAN (WACHSMAN), SONENBLIK, KOENIGSBERG in Poland and
Galicia


(Canada) Library and Archives Canada Funds 52 Documentary Heritage Projects Including Several Jewish Projects #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Library and Archives Canada announced earlier this week that it will
provide $1.5 million (Canadian) to support 52 projects by archives,
libraries and documentary heritage institutions throughout Canada. They are
recipients of the Documentary Heritage Communities Program for 2019-2020.

Included in the awards are several to Jewish projects:

Jewish Historical Society of Southern Alberta (JHSSA) Archival Collections
Accessibility Project Phase 2 Alberta,Calgary, $14,550

Ontario Jewish Archives, Blankenstein Family Heritage Centre's Digital
Preservation Project (Ontario Jewish Archives, Blankenstein Family Heritage
Centre), Toronto, $49,920

The Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre's Increasing Access to Holocaust Symposia
and Events Project (Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre),Vancouver,$8,102;

Canadian Jewish Congress Pacific Region Fonds Processing (Jewish Museum
and Archives of British Columbia), Vancouver, $16,180.

This one while not specifically Jewish would also be of interest:
Multicultural History Society of Ontario=A0=A0 Digitizing and Providing Online
Access to Testimonies of Canadian Immigrant and Ethnic Experiences Ontario
$47,839

To see the entire list of recipients go to:
http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/services/documentary-heritage-communities-program/Pages/funding-history-2019-2020.aspx
(MODERATOR: https://tinyurl.com/y4g3job4 )
Thank you to Gail Dever and her Genealogy la Carte blog for
informing us
about the awards.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (Canada) Library and Archives Canada Funds 52 Documentary Heritage Projects Including Several Jewish Projects #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Library and Archives Canada announced earlier this week that it will
provide $1.5 million (Canadian) to support 52 projects by archives,
libraries and documentary heritage institutions throughout Canada. They are
recipients of the Documentary Heritage Communities Program for 2019-2020.

Included in the awards are several to Jewish projects:

Jewish Historical Society of Southern Alberta (JHSSA) Archival Collections
Accessibility Project Phase 2 Alberta,Calgary, $14,550

Ontario Jewish Archives, Blankenstein Family Heritage Centre's Digital
Preservation Project (Ontario Jewish Archives, Blankenstein Family Heritage
Centre), Toronto, $49,920

The Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre's Increasing Access to Holocaust Symposia
and Events Project (Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre),Vancouver,$8,102;

Canadian Jewish Congress Pacific Region Fonds Processing (Jewish Museum
and Archives of British Columbia), Vancouver, $16,180.

This one while not specifically Jewish would also be of interest:
Multicultural History Society of Ontario=A0=A0 Digitizing and Providing Online
Access to Testimonies of Canadian Immigrant and Ethnic Experiences Ontario
$47,839

To see the entire list of recipients go to:
http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/services/documentary-heritage-communities-program/Pages/funding-history-2019-2020.aspx
(MODERATOR: https://tinyurl.com/y4g3job4 )
Thank you to Gail Dever and her Genealogy la Carte blog for
informing us
about the awards.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


ALBAHARY Buried Weissensee Cemetery in Berlin #germany

Bill Hunter <nickh2@...>
 

I am asking for a Berlin resident if they would kindly take a picture
of my great-great-grandfather's grave Mosco or Moritz ALBAHARY and his wife
Regina ALBAHARY formerly Penchas aka Penhas.

Moritz: buried on 08.08.1907, ' buried Weissensee Cemetery. with funeral
number 32138 in burial ground L 2 in row 5.

Regina: buried on 04.12.1898, Weissensee Cemetery. buried with funeral
number 18956. Buried next to Moritz.

Other direct family members may be buried with them. ALBAHARY was not a
common name in Berlin during early 1900s. The family came >from Vienna in
late 1800s, so to my knowledge only this family would have died in Berlin.

Children: Victor Josef Moritz ALBAHARY kfm, Reina Vulgo Helene (ALBAHARY)
Fischer, Eleanore (ALBAHARY) Semo, Dona (ALBAHARY Rosenbaum and Heinrich M.
ALBAHARY

Victor: He died 8 Jan 1921 in Berlin of a heart attack.
Buried Weissensee Cemetery with the funeral number 59070 in the cemetery P 5
in row 3 in 1921.
His wife Berta Buried on 10.09.1937, buried Weissensee Cemetery. with the
funeral number 96774.

I do not know the deaths of Moritz other children, if they died before the
holocaust or were victims.

Thank you very much, William Hunter Nickh2@cox.net

Moderator note: Many of the graves at Weissensee were photographed by
a GerSIG volunteer and are viewable on JOWBR. MOD 1


German SIG #Germany ALBAHARY Buried Weissensee Cemetery in Berlin #germany

Bill Hunter <nickh2@...>
 

I am asking for a Berlin resident if they would kindly take a picture
of my great-great-grandfather's grave Mosco or Moritz ALBAHARY and his wife
Regina ALBAHARY formerly Penchas aka Penhas.

Moritz: buried on 08.08.1907, ' buried Weissensee Cemetery. with funeral
number 32138 in burial ground L 2 in row 5.

Regina: buried on 04.12.1898, Weissensee Cemetery. buried with funeral
number 18956. Buried next to Moritz.

Other direct family members may be buried with them. ALBAHARY was not a
common name in Berlin during early 1900s. The family came >from Vienna in
late 1800s, so to my knowledge only this family would have died in Berlin.

Children: Victor Josef Moritz ALBAHARY kfm, Reina Vulgo Helene (ALBAHARY)
Fischer, Eleanore (ALBAHARY) Semo, Dona (ALBAHARY Rosenbaum and Heinrich M.
ALBAHARY

Victor: He died 8 Jan 1921 in Berlin of a heart attack.
Buried Weissensee Cemetery with the funeral number 59070 in the cemetery P 5
in row 3 in 1921.
His wife Berta Buried on 10.09.1937, buried Weissensee Cemetery. with the
funeral number 96774.

I do not know the deaths of Moritz other children, if they died before the
holocaust or were victims.

Thank you very much, William Hunter Nickh2@cox.net

Moderator note: Many of the graves at Weissensee were photographed by
a GerSIG volunteer and are viewable on JOWBR. MOD 1

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