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Sarah Rivka KANE parents names #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Anyone who could provide details on the following marriage?

Simcha SZRAJBAUM (Shraibaum) with Sarah Rivka (Sura Ryfka) KANE
Son: Yossef Feivel (Josek Fajwel), born on July 4th, 1876, Warsaw, Poland ?

I am interested in Sara Rivka KANE's parents names.

If you have, please reply back privately.
Thanks in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sarah Rivka KANE parents names #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Anyone who could provide details on the following marriage?

Simcha SZRAJBAUM (Shraibaum) with Sarah Rivka (Sura Ryfka) KANE
Son: Yossef Feivel (Josek Fajwel), born on July 4th, 1876, Warsaw, Poland ?

I am interested in Sara Rivka KANE's parents names.

If you have, please reply back privately.
Thanks in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


Sarah Rachel KANON parents names #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Anyone who could provide details on the following marriage?

Shalom (Szulim) WAJDENFELD with Sarah Rachel (Sura Ruchla) KANON
Son: David Yossef (Dawid Josek), who married Chaia Laia KAHANA
(daughter of Baruch (Berek) and Fajga nee GRYNBERG), on 1888, Warsaw Poland ?

I am interested in Sarah Rachel KANON's parents names.

If you have, please reply back privately.
Thanks in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sarah Rachel KANON parents names #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Anyone who could provide details on the following marriage?

Shalom (Szulim) WAJDENFELD with Sarah Rachel (Sura Ruchla) KANON
Son: David Yossef (Dawid Josek), who married Chaia Laia KAHANA
(daughter of Baruch (Berek) and Fajga nee GRYNBERG), on 1888, Warsaw Poland ?

I am interested in Sarah Rachel KANON's parents names.

If you have, please reply back privately.
Thanks in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


marriages to a KON family from Zychlin, Poland #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Does anyone connect to any of the families below that married into a KON family
from Zychlin ? I am hoping, in case anyone does, to obtain more information on any
of the KON individuals.

Families that married into KON >from Zychlin:
ROTKOP
BURSTEIN
VAINGORT
ROSENKRANTZ
DEMBINSKI
ZULTY
LEMBERG

If you happen to connect, please reply back privately.
Thanks in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen marriages to a KON family from Zychlin, Poland #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Does anyone connect to any of the families below that married into a KON family
from Zychlin ? I am hoping, in case anyone does, to obtain more information on any
of the KON individuals.

Families that married into KON >from Zychlin:
ROTKOP
BURSTEIN
VAINGORT
ROSENKRANTZ
DEMBINSKI
ZULTY
LEMBERG

If you happen to connect, please reply back privately.
Thanks in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


ZYSBERG marriages from Warsaw, circa 1880 #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Although a distant branch in my family tree, I am filling in additional data I
found indexed on JRI-Poland on a sister of my great great grandmother.

I am looking for anyone who would have parents names on any of the ZYSBERG
individual marriage records below (likely >from Warsaw, most of the dating, I
believe, >from 1875/85):

Shlomo Zalman BALSAM - Chana ZYSBERG
Moshe Tzvi (Moshe Hersh) - Sura GRYNFEDER
Moshe ZYSBERG - Fajga SZLEPER
Meir Yechezkel (?) (Majer Ikel) GALTOR - Gena Rajzla ZYSBERG
Moshe BURSZTAJN - Sura Pesa ZYSBERG
David LINDWASER - Rachel ZYSBERG
David Mordechai DYMANT - Tzipora ZYSBERG
Szaia Ber GERSZAFT/HERSZAFT - Chana ZYSBERG

If you do, please reply back privately.

Thanks in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ZYSBERG marriages from Warsaw, circa 1880 #general

Avraham Y. Kahana
 

Although a distant branch in my family tree, I am filling in additional data I
found indexed on JRI-Poland on a sister of my great great grandmother.

I am looking for anyone who would have parents names on any of the ZYSBERG
individual marriage records below (likely >from Warsaw, most of the dating, I
believe, >from 1875/85):

Shlomo Zalman BALSAM - Chana ZYSBERG
Moshe Tzvi (Moshe Hersh) - Sura GRYNFEDER
Moshe ZYSBERG - Fajga SZLEPER
Meir Yechezkel (?) (Majer Ikel) GALTOR - Gena Rajzla ZYSBERG
Moshe BURSZTAJN - Sura Pesa ZYSBERG
David LINDWASER - Rachel ZYSBERG
David Mordechai DYMANT - Tzipora ZYSBERG
Szaia Ber GERSZAFT/HERSZAFT - Chana ZYSBERG

If you do, please reply back privately.

Thanks in advance,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana
Israel


Searching for New York FINE family descendants #general

Judy Silverman
 

I am hoping to locate descendants of Ida and Max FINE and their sons Marven
and Irwin. The family lived in Kings County, New York during the 1930s and
1940s. Approximate life dates are Max 1902-1984, Ida 1909-1992, Marvin
1928- and Irwin 1934-. I am trying to establish a cousins' connection with
Montrealers Harry SILVERMAN and his sister Bella ZIDULKA, originally from
Russia/Ukraine.

Thank you for any clues.
Private responses only please.
Judy Zimmerman Silverman
Montreal, Quebec, Canada


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for New York FINE family descendants #general

Judy Silverman
 

I am hoping to locate descendants of Ida and Max FINE and their sons Marven
and Irwin. The family lived in Kings County, New York during the 1930s and
1940s. Approximate life dates are Max 1902-1984, Ida 1909-1992, Marvin
1928- and Irwin 1934-. I am trying to establish a cousins' connection with
Montrealers Harry SILVERMAN and his sister Bella ZIDULKA, originally from
Russia/Ukraine.

Thank you for any clues.
Private responses only please.
Judy Zimmerman Silverman
Montreal, Quebec, Canada


online auction -- collection of Jewish genealogy books etc. #general

Renee Steinig
 

A collection of 324 Jewish genealogy books, journals, pamphlets,
documents, and other items, to be auctioned in Jerusalem on Feb. 13,
can be viewed online at
https://il.bidspirit.com/ui/catalog/auction/5549/1?lang=en .

Most of the items are in Hebrew, English, or German. Among them are
many published family histories and some genealogy classics (e.g.
Malcolm Stern's First American Jewish Families, Alexander Dietz's
Stammbuch der Frankfurten Juden, Berl Kagan's Sefer HaPrenumerantn).

The 17-page online catalog is searchable. Some of the family surnames
there: Alexander, Auerbach, Bamberger, Batkin, Behrend, Bing,
Bronfman, Dassa, Delfiner, Dwek, Eger, Fajfer, Feuchtwanger, Fischer,
Fisher, Franklin, Frankl, Franks, Goldschmit-Cassel, Gottschalk,
Gunzburg, Gurevich, Hochschild, Horowitz-Margareten, Joseph-David,
Kornfeld, Koschitzki, Kottek, Kulp, Lauterbach, Lehman, Levisohn,
Levy, Lowenthal, Mayer, Mendelssohn, Panigel, Peres, Posner, Samuel,
Sassoon, Strauss, Szold, Tenzer, Ticho, Toledano, Weill, Wexler,
Wurmbrand, Zweig.

The items are being sold individually, with online bidding possible.

Renee Steinig


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen online auction -- collection of Jewish genealogy books etc. #general

Renee Steinig
 

A collection of 324 Jewish genealogy books, journals, pamphlets,
documents, and other items, to be auctioned in Jerusalem on Feb. 13,
can be viewed online at
https://il.bidspirit.com/ui/catalog/auction/5549/1?lang=en .

Most of the items are in Hebrew, English, or German. Among them are
many published family histories and some genealogy classics (e.g.
Malcolm Stern's First American Jewish Families, Alexander Dietz's
Stammbuch der Frankfurten Juden, Berl Kagan's Sefer HaPrenumerantn).

The 17-page online catalog is searchable. Some of the family surnames
there: Alexander, Auerbach, Bamberger, Batkin, Behrend, Bing,
Bronfman, Dassa, Delfiner, Dwek, Eger, Fajfer, Feuchtwanger, Fischer,
Fisher, Franklin, Frankl, Franks, Goldschmit-Cassel, Gottschalk,
Gunzburg, Gurevich, Hochschild, Horowitz-Margareten, Joseph-David,
Kornfeld, Koschitzki, Kottek, Kulp, Lauterbach, Lehman, Levisohn,
Levy, Lowenthal, Mayer, Mendelssohn, Panigel, Peres, Posner, Samuel,
Sassoon, Strauss, Szold, Tenzer, Ticho, Toledano, Weill, Wexler,
Wurmbrand, Zweig.

The items are being sold individually, with online bidding possible.

Renee Steinig


Searching for LAGACHE in Paris #france

gmason3815@...
 

I am looking for descendants of Marie or Mara LAGACHE. In 1969, she lived at
5 rue du Cardinal Mercier, Paris, 9e (now 75009). Any information on her
or her children would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You,
George Mason
Michigan, USA

Searching for
GOLDBERG in Warsaw
MOZESON in Warsaw and Riga and Kovno/Kaunas
NATANSON in Riga


French SIG #France Searching for LAGACHE in Paris #france

gmason3815@...
 

I am looking for descendants of Marie or Mara LAGACHE. In 1969, she lived at
5 rue du Cardinal Mercier, Paris, 9e (now 75009). Any information on her
or her children would be greatly appreciated.

Thank You,
George Mason
Michigan, USA

Searching for
GOLDBERG in Warsaw
MOZESON in Warsaw and Riga and Kovno/Kaunas
NATANSON in Riga


Re: frenchsig digest: January 21, 2019 #france

brooklyncowboy@...
 

from Website Our Immigrant Ancestors >from Germany and Alsace (1830-1883),
http://smithancestry.com/surnames/immfams.htm the following is stated regarding
Alsace's geographic connection

Many of our ancestors came >from a German-speaking region known as Alsace. In the
early 1800's, Alsace was part of the nation of France, as it is today, although
the people of Alsace spoke a dialect of German called "Alsacien." After the
defeat of France in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-1871, Alsace and the
neighboring German-speaking region of Lorraine, together referred to as
"Alsace-Lorraine," were annexed to Germany. Following World War I (1914-1918),
Alsace and Lorraine once again rejoined France.

The below link provides the jewishgen boundary Info on Alsace,

https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/jgcd.php

Hope this helps

Arnie


French SIG #France Re: frenchsig digest: January 21, 2019 #france

brooklyncowboy@...
 

from Website Our Immigrant Ancestors >from Germany and Alsace (1830-1883),
http://smithancestry.com/surnames/immfams.htm the following is stated regarding
Alsace's geographic connection

Many of our ancestors came >from a German-speaking region known as Alsace. In the
early 1800's, Alsace was part of the nation of France, as it is today, although
the people of Alsace spoke a dialect of German called "Alsacien." After the
defeat of France in the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-1871, Alsace and the
neighboring German-speaking region of Lorraine, together referred to as
"Alsace-Lorraine," were annexed to Germany. Following World War I (1914-1918),
Alsace and Lorraine once again rejoined France.

The below link provides the jewishgen boundary Info on Alsace,

https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/jgcd.php

Hope this helps

Arnie


MAY ancestors from Alsace #france

Neil Kominsky
 

I am researching the MAY family. Five MAY brothers, Moses, Solomon,
Nathan, Marx and Henry, immigrated to the US in the 1850s and became
prominent wholesale butchers in Brooklyn. I have information that
Moses, the oldest, was born on October 22, 1831 in Strasbourg, though
I can no longer trace the source of that, and Marx, my wife's
GGgrandfather was, according to his obituary, born in "Wolfheim,
Alsace" in 1842. Knowledgeable people have informed me that the name
of the place should be Wolfsheim, but the only such place I can find
is in Western Germany, not Alsace. Did that border move during the
19th century? I have been unable to trace the family back to Alsace.
I am quite sure that the mother of the five brothers must have been
Rebecca, because all five named a daughter Rebecca, but I have no
information on the father's name. I would welcome any thoughts on how
to move the tree back a generation or two. Thanks in advance.
Neil Kominsky
Brookline, MA


French SIG #France MAY ancestors from Alsace #france

Neil Kominsky
 

I am researching the MAY family. Five MAY brothers, Moses, Solomon,
Nathan, Marx and Henry, immigrated to the US in the 1850s and became
prominent wholesale butchers in Brooklyn. I have information that
Moses, the oldest, was born on October 22, 1831 in Strasbourg, though
I can no longer trace the source of that, and Marx, my wife's
GGgrandfather was, according to his obituary, born in "Wolfheim,
Alsace" in 1842. Knowledgeable people have informed me that the name
of the place should be Wolfsheim, but the only such place I can find
is in Western Germany, not Alsace. Did that border move during the
19th century? I have been unable to trace the family back to Alsace.
I am quite sure that the mother of the five brothers must have been
Rebecca, because all five named a daughter Rebecca, but I have no
information on the father's name. I would welcome any thoughts on how
to move the tree back a generation or two. Thanks in advance.
Neil Kominsky
Brookline, MA


(Austria) Gen-Team Adds New Collections to Their Website #austria-czech

Jan Meisels Allen
 

GenTeam has advised that it has added 530,000 additional entries online
making a total of approximately 19.4 million entries. These include:

Military: Austro-Hungarian casualty lists 1914-1919
Already 1.3 million records online

Vienna: Civil marriages 1919-1920

There are also additions to Catholic records including baptism, marriages, and burials >from
Vienna and indices of Roman Catholic church registers for
various areas in Austria and Germany.

To access the above and the other 19million plus entries go to:
http://www.genteam.eu/ Registration is required. The site is free and
continually updated.

On GenTeam's Facebook page you can find information on all previous updates.
www.facebook.com/GenTeam.Die.genealogische.Datenbank

GenTeam also has a looted publication Collection IKG. To view its updated
information see: https://tinyurl.com/y9yvwm3v

Thank you to Ing. Felix Gundacker at GenTeam for advising us about the new
additions to the database.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech (Austria) Gen-Team Adds New Collections to Their Website #austria-czech

Jan Meisels Allen
 

GenTeam has advised that it has added 530,000 additional entries online
making a total of approximately 19.4 million entries. These include:

Military: Austro-Hungarian casualty lists 1914-1919
Already 1.3 million records online

Vienna: Civil marriages 1919-1920

There are also additions to Catholic records including baptism, marriages, and burials >from
Vienna and indices of Roman Catholic church registers for
various areas in Austria and Germany.

To access the above and the other 19million plus entries go to:
http://www.genteam.eu/ Registration is required. The site is free and
continually updated.

On GenTeam's Facebook page you can find information on all previous updates.
www.facebook.com/GenTeam.Die.genealogische.Datenbank

GenTeam also has a looted publication Collection IKG. To view its updated
information see: https://tinyurl.com/y9yvwm3v

Thank you to Ing. Felix Gundacker at GenTeam for advising us about the new
additions to the database.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

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