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LitvakSIG - new batch of Vilnius household registers #general

Russ Maurer
 

LitvakSIG is pleased to announce that batch 6 of the Vilnius household
registers is now available to qualified donors.

The registers were created between 1919 and 1940 when Wilno (Vilnius)
city and Wilno voivodeship were part of Poland. The registers contain
detailed information about everyone who lived in Wilno at that time,
as well as information about many visitors. They will potentially hold
discoveries for anyone whose family was in that general area, which
today includes parts of Lithuania, Belarus, and northeast Poland. I
urge you to check the free batch previews described below, even if you
don't think your family was ever in Vilnius. There have already been
unexpected discoveries. There are countless mentions of locations
outside the immediate Vilnius area.

As this is a very large project that will go on for years, we are
releasing data in batches of about 5000 lines. Batch 6, 5030 lines,
includes three large apartment buildings located at Zawalna 24 and
Wielka Stefanska 27 and 33. You can find these streets on our
Vilnius interactive street map
(https://www.litvaksig.org/vilnius-map/ ). To help you determine if
this batch or a previous batch is relevant to your research, you can
review a file containing previews of all six batches to date
(http://tinyurl.com/VHR-previews ). The batch preview is a bare-bones
version of the batch spreadsheet containing just the full name and
year of birth (or age) of each person. The previews are presented both
in original order and alphabetically by surname. The previews also
include instructions to qualify to receive the full batch data.

More information about the Vilnius household registers can be found on
the VHR home page,
https://www.litvaksig.org/research/special-projects/vilnius-household-registers

Any inquiries related to VHR should be directed to me at
vhrproject@litvaksig.org

Russ Maurer, VHR project coordinator


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen LitvakSIG - new batch of Vilnius household registers #general

Russ Maurer
 

LitvakSIG is pleased to announce that batch 6 of the Vilnius household
registers is now available to qualified donors.

The registers were created between 1919 and 1940 when Wilno (Vilnius)
city and Wilno voivodeship were part of Poland. The registers contain
detailed information about everyone who lived in Wilno at that time,
as well as information about many visitors. They will potentially hold
discoveries for anyone whose family was in that general area, which
today includes parts of Lithuania, Belarus, and northeast Poland. I
urge you to check the free batch previews described below, even if you
don't think your family was ever in Vilnius. There have already been
unexpected discoveries. There are countless mentions of locations
outside the immediate Vilnius area.

As this is a very large project that will go on for years, we are
releasing data in batches of about 5000 lines. Batch 6, 5030 lines,
includes three large apartment buildings located at Zawalna 24 and
Wielka Stefanska 27 and 33. You can find these streets on our
Vilnius interactive street map
(https://www.litvaksig.org/vilnius-map/ ). To help you determine if
this batch or a previous batch is relevant to your research, you can
review a file containing previews of all six batches to date
(http://tinyurl.com/VHR-previews ). The batch preview is a bare-bones
version of the batch spreadsheet containing just the full name and
year of birth (or age) of each person. The previews are presented both
in original order and alphabetically by surname. The previews also
include instructions to qualify to receive the full batch data.

More information about the Vilnius household registers can be found on
the VHR home page,
https://www.litvaksig.org/research/special-projects/vilnius-household-registers

Any inquiries related to VHR should be directed to me at
vhrproject@litvaksig.org

Russ Maurer, VHR project coordinator


Re: Passenger Lists for the SS Gallia - 1896-1899 #general

Charles Fuller <charles.fuller@...>
 

Hello,

The first place to look would be the digitised records held by The
National Archives (the one based in Kew, Surrey, England). The page
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/help-with-your-research/research-guides/emigration/
gives a good introduction to the topic.
[MOD. NOTE: shortened URL - https://tinyurl.com/yy7zvyuh ]

The immediate place to look is described in section 4.1 "Outward
passenger lists, 1890-1960". These have been digitised and published on
the 3 major English* family history websites: Ancestry, FindMyPast, and
TheGenealogist. Note (*): By English, I mean pertaining to England and
Wales. Records for Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Scotland have their
own Record Offices and repositories.

The UK lists also include non-UK passengers so it is possible you may
find references to travellers >from Germany, etc. - for example, some
ships started their voyages at Hamburg.

It is frequently possible to match the English "departures" list with
the corresponding "arrivals" in the destination country. If you can do
this, it is very worthwhile since you frequently get different
information - the lists were compiled separately.

Please note that a passenger may be identified only by the title
(Mr./Mrs.), or by initials, instead of the forename (the surname is
always there). This makes life trickier if you use Ancestry to search
for records since their search function can't easily cope with this.
Note also that the age field is frequently left blank. You also
occasionally get the crew listed after the passengers. The English lists
will give an intended port of disembarkation, so this should help.

Ancestry reckons there are over 23 million records in the UK collection.

Regards,

Charles Fuller.

On 16/05/2019 18:43, Meron Lavie lavie@netvision.net.il wrote:
Where could I find passenger lists for the SS Gallia, 1896-1899? It usually
sailed >from the UK to Halifax, I believe.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Passenger Lists for the SS Gallia - 1896-1899 #general

Charles Fuller <charles.fuller@...>
 

Hello,

The first place to look would be the digitised records held by The
National Archives (the one based in Kew, Surrey, England). The page
http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/help-with-your-research/research-guides/emigration/
gives a good introduction to the topic.
[MOD. NOTE: shortened URL - https://tinyurl.com/yy7zvyuh ]

The immediate place to look is described in section 4.1 "Outward
passenger lists, 1890-1960". These have been digitised and published on
the 3 major English* family history websites: Ancestry, FindMyPast, and
TheGenealogist. Note (*): By English, I mean pertaining to England and
Wales. Records for Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Scotland have their
own Record Offices and repositories.

The UK lists also include non-UK passengers so it is possible you may
find references to travellers >from Germany, etc. - for example, some
ships started their voyages at Hamburg.

It is frequently possible to match the English "departures" list with
the corresponding "arrivals" in the destination country. If you can do
this, it is very worthwhile since you frequently get different
information - the lists were compiled separately.

Please note that a passenger may be identified only by the title
(Mr./Mrs.), or by initials, instead of the forename (the surname is
always there). This makes life trickier if you use Ancestry to search
for records since their search function can't easily cope with this.
Note also that the age field is frequently left blank. You also
occasionally get the crew listed after the passengers. The English lists
will give an intended port of disembarkation, so this should help.

Ancestry reckons there are over 23 million records in the UK collection.

Regards,

Charles Fuller.

On 16/05/2019 18:43, Meron Lavie lavie@netvision.net.il wrote:
Where could I find passenger lists for the SS Gallia, 1896-1899? It usually
sailed >from the UK to Halifax, I believe.


Margaret May Golding nee Saunders #southafrica

Michelle Essers
 

Margaret May Golding nee Saunders of Germiston/Durban: I am looking
for relatives and/or descendants for a genealogy research project.

Margaret was born about 1930 or 1932
About 1948 she may have lived in Knights Road, Knightsdeep, Germiston.
By c.1980's she was in Durban.

I know this is a very long shot, sometimes they do pay off :)

If you have any information or know of anyone who could possibly have
information, please email me michelleessers@yahoo.co.uk

Thanks in advance,

Michelle


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Margaret May Golding nee Saunders #southafrica

Michelle Essers
 

Margaret May Golding nee Saunders of Germiston/Durban: I am looking
for relatives and/or descendants for a genealogy research project.

Margaret was born about 1930 or 1932
About 1948 she may have lived in Knights Road, Knightsdeep, Germiston.
By c.1980's she was in Durban.

I know this is a very long shot, sometimes they do pay off :)

If you have any information or know of anyone who could possibly have
information, please email me michelleessers@yahoo.co.uk

Thanks in advance,

Michelle


(US) National Archives Program on America's Jewish Women: A History from Colonial Times to Today #usa

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The National Archives is celebrating the centennial of the 19th amendment
which gave women the right to vote. As part of the National Archives
"Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote" series, they are holding a
book talk and signing on May 23, 2019 at 7:00PM entitled, "America's Jewish
Women: A History >from Colonial Times to Today" with Pamela Nadell, American
University. This will include women form Emma Lazarus poet to labor
organizer Bessie Hillman and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

For those of us not in Washington DC we can watch this live streamed on
National Archives YouTube Channel at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kg27nyWaKAc

To read more about the exhibit and other programs as part of this series
see: https://tinyurl.com/y3blx66q
Original url:
https://www.archives.gov/calendar/event/americas-jewish-women-a-history-from
-colonial-times-to-today
And for the entire series: \ https://www.archives.gov/women

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Early American SIG #USA (US) National Archives Program on America's Jewish Women: A History from Colonial Times to Today #usa

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The National Archives is celebrating the centennial of the 19th amendment
which gave women the right to vote. As part of the National Archives
"Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote" series, they are holding a
book talk and signing on May 23, 2019 at 7:00PM entitled, "America's Jewish
Women: A History >from Colonial Times to Today" with Pamela Nadell, American
University. This will include women form Emma Lazarus poet to labor
organizer Bessie Hillman and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg.

For those of us not in Washington DC we can watch this live streamed on
National Archives YouTube Channel at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kg27nyWaKAc

To read more about the exhibit and other programs as part of this series
see: https://tinyurl.com/y3blx66q
Original url:
https://www.archives.gov/calendar/event/americas-jewish-women-a-history-from
-colonial-times-to-today
And for the entire series: \ https://www.archives.gov/women

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Records and other historical information for Hamborn in the Rhineland during 1918 sought #germany

Dave Lichtenstein
 

Hello there

I know that four members of my paternal LICHTENSTEIN family lived and worked
in Hamborn and other places in the Rhineland during the First World War. My
Grandfather Friedrich and his sister (my Great Aunt) Rose were part of the
war machine. My grandfather a singer (and also in the German army) together
with my aunt Rose an actress entertained troops on the Rhineland in both
Germany and German-occupied areas. I also know that my Grandfather
performed in a theatre in Hamborn and my great Aunt performed in a theatre
in Dusseldorf. I don't know the name of these theatres nor whether they
still exist today.

In addition, my grandfather served as a prisoner of war camp guard some
where close by to Hamborn. Again I don't know where. It was in Hamborn
that my Grandfather met my Grandmother Sussana nee RAUSCHER who was working
in the Post Office. They were married in March 1918 and my father was born
on 11th August 1918.

This coming July-August, as part of an overseas trip, I will be travelling
to both Germany and Poland to follow family roots. I am staying in Duisburg
and after considerable search have found myself an English-speaking guide
residing there. He has told me that the Hamborn Post Office still exists
today so that I can at least visit that place associated with my family and
not seek further information on that place.

However. I am finding considerable difficulty in establishing where both my
Grandfather and Grandaunt performed on the stage in the Rhineland as well as
the location of the prisoner of war camp, nearby Hamborn. Added to this
while I know of my Grandparents marriage and my father's birth, >from other
family records, viz March 1918 and 11 August 1918, respectively. We do not
seem to these marriage and birth records among our family papers.

The first question I have - does anyone know where I would find marriage and
birth records for Hamborn in 1918? In Hamborn itself? Or nearby Duisburg?
Or Dusseldorf? Or where else in Germany?

Information >from these records might tell me where my Grandparents were
married in Hamborn. I can tell you that it was a mixed marriage and
therefore most likely in a marriage registry. Does anyone know where the
marriage registry office in Hamborn was located in 1918? Is it still there,
today? Likewise I might gather >from the birth record where my father was
born - at home or in a hospital?

Any assistance in the location of 1918 Hamborn birth and marriage records,
location of the World War 1 Prisoner of War camp, nearby Hamborn and
theatres in Hamborn and Dusseldorf in 1918 would be much appreciated.

Many thanks in advance,
Dave Lichtenstein, Sydney, Australia lichtend@ozemail.com.au


German SIG #Germany Records and other historical information for Hamborn in the Rhineland during 1918 sought #germany

Dave Lichtenstein
 

Hello there

I know that four members of my paternal LICHTENSTEIN family lived and worked
in Hamborn and other places in the Rhineland during the First World War. My
Grandfather Friedrich and his sister (my Great Aunt) Rose were part of the
war machine. My grandfather a singer (and also in the German army) together
with my aunt Rose an actress entertained troops on the Rhineland in both
Germany and German-occupied areas. I also know that my Grandfather
performed in a theatre in Hamborn and my great Aunt performed in a theatre
in Dusseldorf. I don't know the name of these theatres nor whether they
still exist today.

In addition, my grandfather served as a prisoner of war camp guard some
where close by to Hamborn. Again I don't know where. It was in Hamborn
that my Grandfather met my Grandmother Sussana nee RAUSCHER who was working
in the Post Office. They were married in March 1918 and my father was born
on 11th August 1918.

This coming July-August, as part of an overseas trip, I will be travelling
to both Germany and Poland to follow family roots. I am staying in Duisburg
and after considerable search have found myself an English-speaking guide
residing there. He has told me that the Hamborn Post Office still exists
today so that I can at least visit that place associated with my family and
not seek further information on that place.

However. I am finding considerable difficulty in establishing where both my
Grandfather and Grandaunt performed on the stage in the Rhineland as well as
the location of the prisoner of war camp, nearby Hamborn. Added to this
while I know of my Grandparents marriage and my father's birth, >from other
family records, viz March 1918 and 11 August 1918, respectively. We do not
seem to these marriage and birth records among our family papers.

The first question I have - does anyone know where I would find marriage and
birth records for Hamborn in 1918? In Hamborn itself? Or nearby Duisburg?
Or Dusseldorf? Or where else in Germany?

Information >from these records might tell me where my Grandparents were
married in Hamborn. I can tell you that it was a mixed marriage and
therefore most likely in a marriage registry. Does anyone know where the
marriage registry office in Hamborn was located in 1918? Is it still there,
today? Likewise I might gather >from the birth record where my father was
born - at home or in a hospital?

Any assistance in the location of 1918 Hamborn birth and marriage records,
location of the World War 1 Prisoner of War camp, nearby Hamborn and
theatres in Hamborn and Dusseldorf in 1918 would be much appreciated.

Many thanks in advance,
Dave Lichtenstein, Sydney, Australia lichtend@ozemail.com.au


Trip to Hesse Germany and Baden-Wuerttemberg May 10-17, 2020 #germany

Peter Dreifuss
 

Our family has planned a customized land tour to locations primarily
within Hesse Germany via a German-American tour company experienced in
planning, organizing and escorting customized trips in Germany. Our
travelers already numbers six (possibly eight) and could accommodate up
to 12. We seek some similarly minded researchers interested in their
Hesse and/or Baden-Wuerttemberg family history for cost sharing.

The trip focusses on Hesse including tours of Fulda, Flieden, Vollmerz,
Sterbfritz and Hintersteinau over 3 days, but also includes a 2-day
tour of the Schmieheim/Altdorf/Kippenhim area in Baden-Wuerttemberg.
Since several member in our group will be cruising up the Rhine prior to
the land tour we are meeting our driver and escort in Basel Switzerland
on May 10. The final day May 17 the driver and guide will be dropping us
off at the Frankfurt airport for our flights home.

The tour group provides a licensed driver, a travel guide and translator
for the entire trip. In addition the company is arranging individual
guides with backgrounds on the Jewish communities in each of the Kehila
visited and accommodations in Colmar (France), Schmieheim, Fulda and
Frankfurt, Germany.

We are not affiliated with the tour provider. Please contact me
privately if you would like additional details.

Sincerely,

Pete Dreifuss, Watertown, MA padreifuss@me.com

Family research includes DREIFUSS (Altdorf), BERNHEIM (Schmieheim),
BLOCH (Emmendingen), SCHNURMAN (Schmieheim), HESS, (Fulda,
Hintersteinau), STERN (Flieden), DIEFENBACH (Sterbfritz), GOLDSCHMIDT
(Uttrichschausen), (SALOMON, NEUMARK, Ottensosser (Vollmerz)


German SIG #Germany Trip to Hesse Germany and Baden-Wuerttemberg May 10-17, 2020 #germany

Peter Dreifuss
 

Our family has planned a customized land tour to locations primarily
within Hesse Germany via a German-American tour company experienced in
planning, organizing and escorting customized trips in Germany. Our
travelers already numbers six (possibly eight) and could accommodate up
to 12. We seek some similarly minded researchers interested in their
Hesse and/or Baden-Wuerttemberg family history for cost sharing.

The trip focusses on Hesse including tours of Fulda, Flieden, Vollmerz,
Sterbfritz and Hintersteinau over 3 days, but also includes a 2-day
tour of the Schmieheim/Altdorf/Kippenhim area in Baden-Wuerttemberg.
Since several member in our group will be cruising up the Rhine prior to
the land tour we are meeting our driver and escort in Basel Switzerland
on May 10. The final day May 17 the driver and guide will be dropping us
off at the Frankfurt airport for our flights home.

The tour group provides a licensed driver, a travel guide and translator
for the entire trip. In addition the company is arranging individual
guides with backgrounds on the Jewish communities in each of the Kehila
visited and accommodations in Colmar (France), Schmieheim, Fulda and
Frankfurt, Germany.

We are not affiliated with the tour provider. Please contact me
privately if you would like additional details.

Sincerely,

Pete Dreifuss, Watertown, MA padreifuss@me.com

Family research includes DREIFUSS (Altdorf), BERNHEIM (Schmieheim),
BLOCH (Emmendingen), SCHNURMAN (Schmieheim), HESS, (Fulda,
Hintersteinau), STERN (Flieden), DIEFENBACH (Sterbfritz), GOLDSCHMIDT
(Uttrichschausen), (SALOMON, NEUMARK, Ottensosser (Vollmerz)


Records and other historical information for Hamborn in the Rhineland during 1918 sought #general

Dave Lichtenstein
 

Hello there

I know that four members of my paternal LICHTENSTEIN family lived and worked
in Hamborn and other places in the Rhineland during the First World War. My
Grandfather Friedrich and his sister (my Great Aunt) Rose were part of the
war machine. My grandfather a singer (and also in the German army) together
with my aunt Rose an actress entertained troops on the Rhineland in both
Germany and German-occupied areas. I also know that my Grandfather
performed in a theatre in Hamborn and my great Aunt performed in a theatre
in Dusseldorf. I don't know the name of these theatres nor whether they
still exist today.

In addition, my grandfather served as a prisoner of war camp guard some
where close by to Hamborn. Again I don't know where. It was in Hamborn
that my Grandfather met my Grandmother Sussana nee RAUSCHER who was working
in the Post Office. They were married in March 1918 and my father was born
on 11th August 1918.

This coming July-August, as part of an overseas trip, I will be travelling
to both Germany and Poland to follow family roots. I am staying in Duisburg
and after considerable search have found myself an English-speaking guide
residing there. He has told me that the Hamborn Post Office still exists
today so that I can at least visit that place associated with my family and
not seek further information on that place.

However. I am finding considerable difficulty in establishing where both my
Grandfather and Grandaunt performed on the stage in the Rhineland as well as
the location of the prisoner of war camp, nearby Hamborn. Added to this
while I know of my Grandparents marriage and my father's birth, >from other
family records, viz March 1918 and 11 August 1918, respectively. We do not
seem to these marriage and birth records among our family papers.

The first question I have - does anyone know where I would find marriage and
birth records for Hamborn in 1918? In Hamborn itself? Or nearby Duisburg?
Or Dusseldorf? Or where else in Germany?

Information >from these records might tell me where my Grandparents were
married in Hamborn. I can tell you that it was a mixed marriage and
therefore most likely in a marriage registry. Does anyone know where the
marriage registry office in Hamborn was located in 1918? Is it still there,
today? Likewise I might gather >from the birth record where my father was
born - at home or in a hospital?

Any assistance in the location of 1918 Hamborn birth and marriage records,
location of the World War 1 Prisoner of War camp, nearby Hamborn and
theatres in Hamborn and Dusseldorf in 1918 would be much appreciated.

Many thanks in advance
Dave Lichtenstein
Sydney, Australia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Records and other historical information for Hamborn in the Rhineland during 1918 sought #general

Dave Lichtenstein
 

Hello there

I know that four members of my paternal LICHTENSTEIN family lived and worked
in Hamborn and other places in the Rhineland during the First World War. My
Grandfather Friedrich and his sister (my Great Aunt) Rose were part of the
war machine. My grandfather a singer (and also in the German army) together
with my aunt Rose an actress entertained troops on the Rhineland in both
Germany and German-occupied areas. I also know that my Grandfather
performed in a theatre in Hamborn and my great Aunt performed in a theatre
in Dusseldorf. I don't know the name of these theatres nor whether they
still exist today.

In addition, my grandfather served as a prisoner of war camp guard some
where close by to Hamborn. Again I don't know where. It was in Hamborn
that my Grandfather met my Grandmother Sussana nee RAUSCHER who was working
in the Post Office. They were married in March 1918 and my father was born
on 11th August 1918.

This coming July-August, as part of an overseas trip, I will be travelling
to both Germany and Poland to follow family roots. I am staying in Duisburg
and after considerable search have found myself an English-speaking guide
residing there. He has told me that the Hamborn Post Office still exists
today so that I can at least visit that place associated with my family and
not seek further information on that place.

However. I am finding considerable difficulty in establishing where both my
Grandfather and Grandaunt performed on the stage in the Rhineland as well as
the location of the prisoner of war camp, nearby Hamborn. Added to this
while I know of my Grandparents marriage and my father's birth, >from other
family records, viz March 1918 and 11 August 1918, respectively. We do not
seem to these marriage and birth records among our family papers.

The first question I have - does anyone know where I would find marriage and
birth records for Hamborn in 1918? In Hamborn itself? Or nearby Duisburg?
Or Dusseldorf? Or where else in Germany?

Information >from these records might tell me where my Grandparents were
married in Hamborn. I can tell you that it was a mixed marriage and
therefore most likely in a marriage registry. Does anyone know where the
marriage registry office in Hamborn was located in 1918? Is it still there,
today? Likewise I might gather >from the birth record where my father was
born - at home or in a hospital?

Any assistance in the location of 1918 Hamborn birth and marriage records,
location of the World War 1 Prisoner of War camp, nearby Hamborn and
theatres in Hamborn and Dusseldorf in 1918 would be much appreciated.

Many thanks in advance
Dave Lichtenstein
Sydney, Australia


IKG Wien Contact Information #general

Joyce Eastman
 

Has anyone experienced problems with sending e-mails to IKG-Wien? All the
e-mails I have sent there have been blocked, and I do not understand why.

I even wrote to the addresses given on the IKG-Wien website and all of those
e-mails have been returned as well.

Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL USA

RESEARCHING: WILDER/HONIG/HELFER/ZINKOWER: Brody, Poland/Ukraine and
Vienna, Austria; RUFEISEN: Biala/Sucha/Zywiec/Szare, Poland, Israel, Germany
and Brazil; SCHEIER/ROBINSOHN: Biala/Sucha, Poland and Stanislawow,
Poland/Ukraine (Ivano-Frankvisk); FRANKL/FODOR/PORGES/GROSSMANN/KOHN/WEISZ:
Vaj Ujhely, Hungary/Trencin, Slovakia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IKG Wien Contact Information #general

Joyce Eastman
 

Has anyone experienced problems with sending e-mails to IKG-Wien? All the
e-mails I have sent there have been blocked, and I do not understand why.

I even wrote to the addresses given on the IKG-Wien website and all of those
e-mails have been returned as well.

Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL USA

RESEARCHING: WILDER/HONIG/HELFER/ZINKOWER: Brody, Poland/Ukraine and
Vienna, Austria; RUFEISEN: Biala/Sucha/Zywiec/Szare, Poland, Israel, Germany
and Brazil; SCHEIER/ROBINSOHN: Biala/Sucha, Poland and Stanislawow,
Poland/Ukraine (Ivano-Frankvisk); FRANKL/FODOR/PORGES/GROSSMANN/KOHN/WEISZ:
Vaj Ujhely, Hungary/Trencin, Slovakia


Re: ALBAHARY, ELIAS and VIDAS #romania

William Hunter <nickh2@...>
 

I am searching for death or burial record or grave of Isak ALBAHARY of
Silistria [Bulgaria]. Likely born before 1800 and died after 1850.
My email is:

William Hunter
nickh2@cox.net.


Romania SIG #Romania RE: ALBAHARY, ELIAS and VIDAS #romania

William Hunter <nickh2@...>
 

I am searching for death or burial record or grave of Isak ALBAHARY of
Silistria [Bulgaria]. Likely born before 1800 and died after 1850.
My email is:

William Hunter
nickh2@cox.net.


SIG GROUP #austria-czech

systematics2@...
 

Hello,
It would be helpful if the site delineated Austria/Czech >from Galicia, etc. in its long list
of towns and regions. Thanks. Anne Blau


IKG Wien Contact Information #austria-czech

Joyce Eastman
 

Has anyone experienced problems with sending e-mails to IKG-Wien? All the
e-mails I have sent there have been blocked, and I do not understand why.

I even wrote to the addresses given on the IKG-Wien website and all of those
e-mails have been returned as well.


Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL USA

RESEARCHING: WILDER/HONIG/HELFER/ZINKOWER: Brody, Poland/Ukraine and
Vienna, Austria; RUFEISEN: Biala/Sucha/Zywiec/Szare, Poland, Israel, Germany
and Brazil; SCHEIER/ROBINSOHN: Biala/Sucha, Poland and Stanislawow,
Poland/Ukraine (Ivano-Frankvisk); FRANKL/FODOR/PORGES/GROSSMANN/KOHN/WEISZ:
Vaj Ujhely, Hungary/Trencin, Slovakia

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