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ITMAN - KATS #lithuania

Angie Elfassi
 

Hi

My ggrandmother Chaya ITMAN (she married Yosel REICHZELIGMAN) had a least
one brother, Abram Itsko ITMAN who was married to Sora Eta KATS. Sora Eta
had at least two brothers: David KATS and Leib KATS.

I found most of this information on The All Lithuania Revision List
Database - Part 2 and in 1886 they were in Zasliai.

If anyone is related to any of those KATS and of course ITMAN,
please contact me.

Thanks.

Regards
Angie Elfassi
Israel

Searching:
RAYKH-ZELIGMAN/RICHMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/Leeds
COHEN, Sakiai, Lithuania/Leeds
MAGIDOWITZ, Jurbarkas, Lithuania/Leeds
KASSIMOFF, Rezekne, Latvia/Leeds
ITMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/USA


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania ITMAN - KATS #lithuania

Angie Elfassi
 

Hi

My ggrandmother Chaya ITMAN (she married Yosel REICHZELIGMAN) had a least
one brother, Abram Itsko ITMAN who was married to Sora Eta KATS. Sora Eta
had at least two brothers: David KATS and Leib KATS.

I found most of this information on The All Lithuania Revision List
Database - Part 2 and in 1886 they were in Zasliai.

If anyone is related to any of those KATS and of course ITMAN,
please contact me.

Thanks.

Regards
Angie Elfassi
Israel

Searching:
RAYKH-ZELIGMAN/RICHMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/Leeds
COHEN, Sakiai, Lithuania/Leeds
MAGIDOWITZ, Jurbarkas, Lithuania/Leeds
KASSIMOFF, Rezekne, Latvia/Leeds
ITMAN, Stakliskes, Lithuania/USA


Rose Greenbaum #unitedkingdom

Barrie Karp
 

I’m seeking descendants of my grandmother, Rose Greenbaum (or
Grunbaum). She was born August 14, circa 1893, probably in Hungary,
and lived in Munkacs with her parents until they sent her to NYC, US,
early 1900s, for safety and “to be raised by her half sister Julia”
(Julia Fuchs, >from Hungary, married to Israel Fuchs, >from Hungary,
soon known as Fox). My grandmother, Rose Greenbaum, married my
grandfather, Abraham Isaac Weiss (also >from Munkacs) in NYC in 1917. I
knew her all my life. She died December 1962. I don’t know names of
any of her siblings. I was told her other siblings were sent to other
countries for safety. I don’t know anything about them. In my research
I have come across some possible names of siblings, but I am unsure,
and don’t have proof or ability to find living descendants. I have
photos of her parents, sent, apparently circa 1926, to my grandmother
in the US >from her mother, Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum in Mukacevo, with
a note addressed generally to her children, implying to me that she
sent same to not just my grandmother but to other siblings elsewhere.
Translators told me the note, probably written in German, says: “As a
memory for my dear children >from your mother”. She indicated on his
picture that her husband, my grandmother’s father, had died, possibly
it says date of his death was February 3, 1926, but I don’t know when
he died. The stamp on the bottom of each photo is Meisels Photography
in Munkacs. My grandmother’s father was Benjamin Greenbaum or
Grunbaum. My grandmother’s mother was Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum.

Possibly my grandmother’s half sister was (if they had same father and
if his name Beny or Benjamin could be same as or in addition to
Ignatz):

Julia Grunbaum,
MOTHER: Rosa Schwarz
FATHER: Ignatz
BIRTH: 3 Jun 1878 - Miskolc, Borsod, Hungary
CIVIL: Miskolc

Possibly these are records for my grandmother’s father, that is,
father of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Beny Benjamin Ignatz Grunbaum Greenbaum BIRTH ABT 1840 ? DEATH 3 FEB •
Mukacevo HUNGARY. My great-grandfather. Parents - Sallamon Grunbaum
1811–1884 & Mali Kaufmann 1815–1892. Siblings: Sándor Grünbaum
1843–1901; Betti Grunbaum 1845–1852; Johanka Grunbaum; 1848–?; Chure
Grunbaum ?

I don’t know if the following were my grandmother’s siblings, that is,
siblings of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Malche Greenbaum 1884–?; Chaje Grunbaum Greenbaum 1891–?; David
Greenbaum 1893–1944; lyke Ilyka Grunbaum Greenbaum 1893–?;Hannah Razel
Greenbaum 1894–?

Thank you very much if you can help me find my grandmother’s descendants.

Best wishes,

Barrie Karp
barriekarp@...
NYC

KARP/CARP; WIEN (Horowitz) (Fine) (Vine); BERCOWICZ; TUCHFELD; HORN?;
HOROWITZ; GOTTESMAN, DORNBAUM? (Romania: Vaslui, Falticeni, Iasi,
Tulcea, etc.); Ukraine, Galicia, Horodenka, Kolymyya, Lviv, Stryj,
Stanislawow, Sambor, L'viv; Austria Hungary, Vienna); WEISS (Kohan?);
GRUNBAUM/ GREENBAUM, BERCOWITZ, FUCHS/Fox,KLEIN, GOTTLIEB [?];
ROSENFELD, ENGEL, LOVENRIN


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Rose Greenbaum #unitedkingdom

Barrie Karp
 

I’m seeking descendants of my grandmother, Rose Greenbaum (or
Grunbaum). She was born August 14, circa 1893, probably in Hungary,
and lived in Munkacs with her parents until they sent her to NYC, US,
early 1900s, for safety and “to be raised by her half sister Julia”
(Julia Fuchs, >from Hungary, married to Israel Fuchs, >from Hungary,
soon known as Fox). My grandmother, Rose Greenbaum, married my
grandfather, Abraham Isaac Weiss (also >from Munkacs) in NYC in 1917. I
knew her all my life. She died December 1962. I don’t know names of
any of her siblings. I was told her other siblings were sent to other
countries for safety. I don’t know anything about them. In my research
I have come across some possible names of siblings, but I am unsure,
and don’t have proof or ability to find living descendants. I have
photos of her parents, sent, apparently circa 1926, to my grandmother
in the US >from her mother, Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum in Mukacevo, with
a note addressed generally to her children, implying to me that she
sent same to not just my grandmother but to other siblings elsewhere.
Translators told me the note, probably written in German, says: “As a
memory for my dear children >from your mother”. She indicated on his
picture that her husband, my grandmother’s father, had died, possibly
it says date of his death was February 3, 1926, but I don’t know when
he died. The stamp on the bottom of each photo is Meisels Photography
in Munkacs. My grandmother’s father was Benjamin Greenbaum or
Grunbaum. My grandmother’s mother was Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum.

Possibly my grandmother’s half sister was (if they had same father and
if his name Beny or Benjamin could be same as or in addition to
Ignatz):

Julia Grunbaum,
MOTHER: Rosa Schwarz
FATHER: Ignatz
BIRTH: 3 Jun 1878 - Miskolc, Borsod, Hungary
CIVIL: Miskolc

Possibly these are records for my grandmother’s father, that is,
father of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Beny Benjamin Ignatz Grunbaum Greenbaum BIRTH ABT 1840 ? DEATH 3 FEB •
Mukacevo HUNGARY. My great-grandfather. Parents - Sallamon Grunbaum
1811–1884 & Mali Kaufmann 1815–1892. Siblings: Sándor Grünbaum
1843–1901; Betti Grunbaum 1845–1852; Johanka Grunbaum; 1848–?; Chure
Grunbaum ?

I don’t know if the following were my grandmother’s siblings, that is,
siblings of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Malche Greenbaum 1884–?; Chaje Grunbaum Greenbaum 1891–?; David
Greenbaum 1893–1944; lyke Ilyka Grunbaum Greenbaum 1893–?;Hannah Razel
Greenbaum 1894–?

Thank you very much if you can help me find my grandmother’s descendants.

Best wishes,

Barrie Karp
barriekarp@...
NYC

KARP/CARP; WIEN (Horowitz) (Fine) (Vine); BERCOWICZ; TUCHFELD; HORN?;
HOROWITZ; GOTTESMAN, DORNBAUM? (Romania: Vaslui, Falticeni, Iasi,
Tulcea, etc.); Ukraine, Galicia, Horodenka, Kolymyya, Lviv, Stryj,
Stanislawow, Sambor, L'viv; Austria Hungary, Vienna); WEISS (Kohan?);
GRUNBAUM/ GREENBAUM, BERCOWITZ, FUCHS/Fox,KLEIN, GOTTLIEB [?];
ROSENFELD, ENGEL, LOVENRIN


New Vilnius Foreign Passport File Received #lithuania

LitvakSIG <treasurer@...>
 

A new file of Vilnius Foreign Passport Applications has been received and
added to the Vilnius Internal Passport site of LitvakSIG.

The new file contains registration #s JU51879-JU52713 and consists of
1,429 records.

The translations were paid by your contributions to LitvakSIG for Internal
Passports. Additional funds are needed to continue and complete translation
of the Foreign Passport collection and German era passports. Your generosity
is appreciated.

If you are not yet a qualifying contributor to the Vilnius Internal /
Foreign / German era Passport project, you may make your $100 contribution
on the LitvakSIG website at
https://www.litvaksig.org/membership-and-contributions/join-and-contribute/.


Scroll down and select Special Project, then choose Internal Passports
from the drop-down list.
These passports will become freely searchable in the LitvakSIG All
Lithuania Database (ALD) and the JewishGen Lithuania Database
in about 18 months.

Happy hunting,

Eden Joachim
Coordinator, IP, Foreign, German Passports Project


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania New Vilnius Foreign Passport File Received #lithuania

LitvakSIG <treasurer@...>
 

A new file of Vilnius Foreign Passport Applications has been received and
added to the Vilnius Internal Passport site of LitvakSIG.

The new file contains registration #s JU51879-JU52713 and consists of
1,429 records.

The translations were paid by your contributions to LitvakSIG for Internal
Passports. Additional funds are needed to continue and complete translation
of the Foreign Passport collection and German era passports. Your generosity
is appreciated.

If you are not yet a qualifying contributor to the Vilnius Internal /
Foreign / German era Passport project, you may make your $100 contribution
on the LitvakSIG website at
https://www.litvaksig.org/membership-and-contributions/join-and-contribute/.


Scroll down and select Special Project, then choose Internal Passports
from the drop-down list.
These passports will become freely searchable in the LitvakSIG All
Lithuania Database (ALD) and the JewishGen Lithuania Database
in about 18 months.

Happy hunting,

Eden Joachim
Coordinator, IP, Foreign, German Passports Project


new Stanislawow field sketch (1848) on the Gesher Galicia Map Room #poland

Jay Osborn <jay.osborn@...>
 

It's been several months since we've posted a new old map to the
Gesher Galicia Map Room; we've been working on a new map data project
we hope to publish before the end of the year. But while that work
continues in the background, last week we assembled the central sheets
of a field sketch >from 1848 for an important Galician city:
Stanislawow, a.k.a. Stanislau, and today known as Ivano-Frankivsk.

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/stanislawow-ivano-frankivsk-1848/

This is an early field sketch, very rough in its style and geographic
accuracy; to make sense of the sketch, we cut the scans into small
pieces and aligned them to an interwar map of the city, using
recognizable features on both maps to correct the sketch, then blended
edges to make a mostly seamless image. A few small areas on the old
map lack data and are left blank; in other places, the surveyor's
original sketches could not be pulled into alignment with the current
geography. But overall the old map is dense and informative, and the
vast majority of details are geographically close, if not exact.

Even if the map seems rough at first glance, a careful review will
give generous rewards. Like most field sketches, this map of
Stanislawow labels the buildings and fields with the house numbers of
the property owners, which means that anyone who has vital records
from the period can directly locate family houses and land without
needing property records as an intermediary tool. As a bonus, outside
the dense city center, many land parcels are annotated with the
landowners' names, so no other records are needed to directly identify
family properties. This benefit works for anyone with ancestry in the
city and its suburbs: Jewish, Ukrainian, Polish, etc.

Like some other large urban areas in Galicia, Stanislawow was divided
into numbered business and residential districts; the sketch does not
indicate these clearly, so it's easy to be confused when looking for
specific house numbers >from vital records and other data. The district
numbering for the city is generally indicated on a street map in the
GG Map Room:

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/general/ivano-frankivsk-stanislawow-1941/

...and on several of the maps >from the excellent collection in the
Urban Maps Digital project of the Center for Urban History of East
Central Europe, in Lviv:

http://www.lvivcenter.org/en/umd/location/ivano-frankivsk/

This historic paper map is preserved by the Central State Historical
Archives of Ukraine in Lviv (TsDIAL):
http://www.archives.gov.ua/Eng/Archives/ca04.php

The GG Map Room home page: https://maps.geshergalicia.org/

Jay Osborn
Gesher Galicia Digital Map Manager
Lviv, Ukraine
maps@...


JRI Poland #Poland new Stanislawow field sketch (1848) on the Gesher Galicia Map Room #poland

Jay Osborn <jay.osborn@...>
 

It's been several months since we've posted a new old map to the
Gesher Galicia Map Room; we've been working on a new map data project
we hope to publish before the end of the year. But while that work
continues in the background, last week we assembled the central sheets
of a field sketch >from 1848 for an important Galician city:
Stanislawow, a.k.a. Stanislau, and today known as Ivano-Frankivsk.

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/cadastral/stanislawow-ivano-frankivsk-1848/

This is an early field sketch, very rough in its style and geographic
accuracy; to make sense of the sketch, we cut the scans into small
pieces and aligned them to an interwar map of the city, using
recognizable features on both maps to correct the sketch, then blended
edges to make a mostly seamless image. A few small areas on the old
map lack data and are left blank; in other places, the surveyor's
original sketches could not be pulled into alignment with the current
geography. But overall the old map is dense and informative, and the
vast majority of details are geographically close, if not exact.

Even if the map seems rough at first glance, a careful review will
give generous rewards. Like most field sketches, this map of
Stanislawow labels the buildings and fields with the house numbers of
the property owners, which means that anyone who has vital records
from the period can directly locate family houses and land without
needing property records as an intermediary tool. As a bonus, outside
the dense city center, many land parcels are annotated with the
landowners' names, so no other records are needed to directly identify
family properties. This benefit works for anyone with ancestry in the
city and its suburbs: Jewish, Ukrainian, Polish, etc.

Like some other large urban areas in Galicia, Stanislawow was divided
into numbered business and residential districts; the sketch does not
indicate these clearly, so it's easy to be confused when looking for
specific house numbers >from vital records and other data. The district
numbering for the city is generally indicated on a street map in the
GG Map Room:

https://maps.geshergalicia.org/general/ivano-frankivsk-stanislawow-1941/

...and on several of the maps >from the excellent collection in the
Urban Maps Digital project of the Center for Urban History of East
Central Europe, in Lviv:

http://www.lvivcenter.org/en/umd/location/ivano-frankivsk/

This historic paper map is preserved by the Central State Historical
Archives of Ukraine in Lviv (TsDIAL):
http://www.archives.gov.ua/Eng/Archives/ca04.php

The GG Map Room home page: https://maps.geshergalicia.org/

Jay Osborn
Gesher Galicia Digital Map Manager
Lviv, Ukraine
maps@...


Rose Greenbaum #hungary

Barrie Karp
 

Im seeking descendants of my grandmother, Rose Greenbaum (or
Grunbaum). She was born August 14, circa 1893, probably in Hungary,
and lived in Munkacs with her parents until they sent her to NYC, US,
early 1900s, for safety and â??to be raised by her half sister Juliaâ??
(Julia Fuchs, >from Hungary, married to Israel Fuchs, >from Hungary,
soon known as Fox). My grandmother, Rose Greenbaum, married my
grandfather, Abraham Isaac Weiss (also >from Munkacs) in NYC in 1917. I
knew her all my life. She died December 1962. I donâ??t know names of
any of her siblings. I was told her other siblings were sent to other
countries for safety. I donâ??t know anything about them. In my research
I have come across some possible names of siblings, but I am unsure,
and donâ??t have proof or ability to find living descendants. I have
photos of her parents, sent, apparently circa 1926, to my grandmother
in the US >from her mother, Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum in Mukacevo, with
a note addressed generally to her children, implying to me that she
sent same to not just my grandmother but to other siblings elsewhere.
Translators told me the note, probably written in German, says: â??As a
memory for my dear children >from your motherâ??. She indicated on his
picture that her husband, my grandmotherâ??s father, had died, possibly
it says date of his death was February 3, 1926, but I donâ??t know when
he died. The stamp on the bottom of each photo is Meisels Photography
in Munkacs. My grandmotherâ??s father was Benjamin Greenbaum or
Grunbaum. My grandmotherâ??s mother was Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum.

Possibly my grandmotherâ??s half sister was (if they had same father and
if his name Beny or Benjamin could be same as or in addition to
Ignatz):

Julia Grunbaum,
MOTHER: Rosa Schwarz
FATHER: Ignatz
BIRTH: 3 Jun 1878 - Miskolc, Borsod, Hungary
CIVIL: Miskolc

Possibly these are records for my grandmotherâ??s father, that is,
father of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Beny Benjamin Ignatz Grunbaum Greenbaum BIRTH ABT 1840 ? DEATH 3 FEB â?¢
Mukacevo HUNGARY. My great-grandfather. Parents - Sallamon Grunbaum
1811â??1884 & Mali Kaufmann 1815â??1892. Siblings: SÃ¥ndor Grßnbaum
1843â??1901; Betti Grunbaum 1845â??1852; Johanka Grunbaum; 1848â???; Chure
Grunbaum ?

I donâ??t know if the following were my grandmotherâ??s siblings, that is,
siblings of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Malche Greenbaum 1884â???; Chaje Grunbaum Greenbaum 1891â???; David
Greenbaum 1893â??1944; lyke Ilyka Grunbaum Greenbaum 1893â???;Hannah Razel
Greenbaum 1894â???

Thank you very much if you can help me find my grandmotherâ??s descendants.

Best wishes,

Barrie Karp

Barrie Karp PhD, Philosophy
barriekarp@...
NYC

KARP/CARP; WIEN (Horowitz) (Fine) (Vine); BERCOWICZ; TUCHFELD; HORN?;
HOROWITZ; GOTTESMAN, DORNBAUM? (Romania: Vaslui, Falticeni, Iasi,
Tulcea, etc.); Ukraine, Galicia, Horodenka, Kolymyya, Lviv, Stryj,
Stanislawow, Sambor, L'viv; Austria Hungary, Vienna); WEISS (Kohan?);
GRUNBAUM/ GREENBAUM, BERCOWITZ, FUCHS/Fox,KLEIN, GOTTLIEB [?];
ROSENFELD, ENGEL, LOVENRIN

(Hungary: Munkacs/Mukacevo, Kovago-Eors, Kisvarda; Ukraine, Austria,
Germany, Vienna). Possibly: HAIMOWITZ;

NYC all; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Syracuse, NY; Scranton, PA; Cleveland, OH;
Los Angeles, CA; Rochester, NY; Broward, FL; NJ

Moderator: Please respond off-list unless message is of general interest.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Rose Greenbaum #hungary

Barrie Karp
 

Im seeking descendants of my grandmother, Rose Greenbaum (or
Grunbaum). She was born August 14, circa 1893, probably in Hungary,
and lived in Munkacs with her parents until they sent her to NYC, US,
early 1900s, for safety and â??to be raised by her half sister Juliaâ??
(Julia Fuchs, >from Hungary, married to Israel Fuchs, >from Hungary,
soon known as Fox). My grandmother, Rose Greenbaum, married my
grandfather, Abraham Isaac Weiss (also >from Munkacs) in NYC in 1917. I
knew her all my life. She died December 1962. I donâ??t know names of
any of her siblings. I was told her other siblings were sent to other
countries for safety. I donâ??t know anything about them. In my research
I have come across some possible names of siblings, but I am unsure,
and donâ??t have proof or ability to find living descendants. I have
photos of her parents, sent, apparently circa 1926, to my grandmother
in the US >from her mother, Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum in Mukacevo, with
a note addressed generally to her children, implying to me that she
sent same to not just my grandmother but to other siblings elsewhere.
Translators told me the note, probably written in German, says: â??As a
memory for my dear children >from your motherâ??. She indicated on his
picture that her husband, my grandmotherâ??s father, had died, possibly
it says date of his death was February 3, 1926, but I donâ??t know when
he died. The stamp on the bottom of each photo is Meisels Photography
in Munkacs. My grandmotherâ??s father was Benjamin Greenbaum or
Grunbaum. My grandmotherâ??s mother was Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum.

Possibly my grandmotherâ??s half sister was (if they had same father and
if his name Beny or Benjamin could be same as or in addition to
Ignatz):

Julia Grunbaum,
MOTHER: Rosa Schwarz
FATHER: Ignatz
BIRTH: 3 Jun 1878 - Miskolc, Borsod, Hungary
CIVIL: Miskolc

Possibly these are records for my grandmotherâ??s father, that is,
father of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Beny Benjamin Ignatz Grunbaum Greenbaum BIRTH ABT 1840 ? DEATH 3 FEB â?¢
Mukacevo HUNGARY. My great-grandfather. Parents - Sallamon Grunbaum
1811â??1884 & Mali Kaufmann 1815â??1892. Siblings: SÃ¥ndor Grßnbaum
1843â??1901; Betti Grunbaum 1845â??1852; Johanka Grunbaum; 1848â???; Chure
Grunbaum ?

I donâ??t know if the following were my grandmotherâ??s siblings, that is,
siblings of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Malche Greenbaum 1884â???; Chaje Grunbaum Greenbaum 1891â???; David
Greenbaum 1893â??1944; lyke Ilyka Grunbaum Greenbaum 1893â???;Hannah Razel
Greenbaum 1894â???

Thank you very much if you can help me find my grandmotherâ??s descendants.

Best wishes,

Barrie Karp

Barrie Karp PhD, Philosophy
barriekarp@...
NYC

KARP/CARP; WIEN (Horowitz) (Fine) (Vine); BERCOWICZ; TUCHFELD; HORN?;
HOROWITZ; GOTTESMAN, DORNBAUM? (Romania: Vaslui, Falticeni, Iasi,
Tulcea, etc.); Ukraine, Galicia, Horodenka, Kolymyya, Lviv, Stryj,
Stanislawow, Sambor, L'viv; Austria Hungary, Vienna); WEISS (Kohan?);
GRUNBAUM/ GREENBAUM, BERCOWITZ, FUCHS/Fox,KLEIN, GOTTLIEB [?];
ROSENFELD, ENGEL, LOVENRIN

(Hungary: Munkacs/Mukacevo, Kovago-Eors, Kisvarda; Ukraine, Austria,
Germany, Vienna). Possibly: HAIMOWITZ;

NYC all; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Syracuse, NY; Scranton, PA; Cleveland, OH;
Los Angeles, CA; Rochester, NY; Broward, FL; NJ

Moderator: Please respond off-list unless message is of general interest.


1848 Jewish Census for Saros county, Hungary completed #hungary

Eric M. Bloch
 

Thanks to the diligent efforts of our dedicated transcription team, I'm
happy to announce completion of the 1848 Jewish census for Saros county,
Hungary after 7 months of work.This census will be extremely valuable to
genealogists with ancestors and relatives >from Saros county.

A total of 9,631 names were transcribed, which include ALL household
members (heads of household, their wives and children, and others such
as teachers and servants).Other information includes town of residence,
age, birthplace, occupation, and relationship to head of household.A
total of 343 towns of residence were included.

A general description of the 1848 census may be found at
https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/Census1848.htmSome variation
in the general transcription rules were made during transcription of the
Saros census, particularly with regard to suffixes which occasionally
appeared with town names and surnames.

To help us recover the cost of acquiring this important census >from the
Slovak archive in Presov, contributors of $100 or more to the Slovak
Archives Records Project found on the JewishGen, Special JewishGen
Projects donations page will be immediately entitled to receive a copy
of the completed Excel spreadsheet with all the data. This data will NOT
be available to the general public for at least one year, when it will
be added to the All-Hungary Database on JewishGen.

If you would like to make a contribution, please go to:
https://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=15and
enter your contribution in the box for Slovak Archives Records
Project.Forward to me a copy of your electronic receipt and I’ll send
the spreadsheet.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me off-list.

Eric M. Bloch, Coordinator
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Hungary SIG #Hungary 1848 Jewish Census for Saros county, Hungary completed #hungary

Eric M. Bloch
 

Thanks to the diligent efforts of our dedicated transcription team, I'm
happy to announce completion of the 1848 Jewish census for Saros county,
Hungary after 7 months of work.This census will be extremely valuable to
genealogists with ancestors and relatives >from Saros county.

A total of 9,631 names were transcribed, which include ALL household
members (heads of household, their wives and children, and others such
as teachers and servants).Other information includes town of residence,
age, birthplace, occupation, and relationship to head of household.A
total of 343 towns of residence were included.

A general description of the 1848 census may be found at
https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/Census1848.htmSome variation
in the general transcription rules were made during transcription of the
Saros census, particularly with regard to suffixes which occasionally
appeared with town names and surnames.

To help us recover the cost of acquiring this important census >from the
Slovak archive in Presov, contributors of $100 or more to the Slovak
Archives Records Project found on the JewishGen, Special JewishGen
Projects donations page will be immediately entitled to receive a copy
of the completed Excel spreadsheet with all the data. This data will NOT
be available to the general public for at least one year, when it will
be added to the All-Hungary Database on JewishGen.

If you would like to make a contribution, please go to:
https://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=15and
enter your contribution in the box for Slovak Archives Records
Project.Forward to me a copy of your electronic receipt and I’ll send
the spreadsheet.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me off-list.

Eric M. Bloch, Coordinator
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Genealogy and the Sciences conference in Israel #unitedkingdom

Saul Issroff
 

‘Genealogy and the Sciences’ conference to take place at the Weizmann
Institute on Dec 17-18.

The program is available at http://www.weizmann.ac.il/conferences/GS2018/program

IMPORTANT: Registration is free but mandatory and online only! There
will be no on-site registration.

Posted on behalf of
Prof. H. Daniel Wagner
The Livio Norzi Chair in Materials Science
Weizmann Institute of Science
Rehovot 76100, Israel

http://www.weizmann.ac.il/materials/Wagner/
International Symposium on “Genealogy and the Sciences”
December 17-18, 2018, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel
Web site: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/conferences/GS2018/

The International Institute of Jewish Genealogy is a joint sponsor of
this meeting.
Saul Issroff
(vice chairman IIJG)


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Genealogy and the Sciences conference in Israel #unitedkingdom

Saul Issroff
 

‘Genealogy and the Sciences’ conference to take place at the Weizmann
Institute on Dec 17-18.

The program is available at http://www.weizmann.ac.il/conferences/GS2018/program

IMPORTANT: Registration is free but mandatory and online only! There
will be no on-site registration.

Posted on behalf of
Prof. H. Daniel Wagner
The Livio Norzi Chair in Materials Science
Weizmann Institute of Science
Rehovot 76100, Israel

http://www.weizmann.ac.il/materials/Wagner/
International Symposium on “Genealogy and the Sciences”
December 17-18, 2018, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel
Web site: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/conferences/GS2018/

The International Institute of Jewish Genealogy is a joint sponsor of
this meeting.
Saul Issroff
(vice chairman IIJG)


Rose Greenbaum #ukraine

Barrie Karp
 

I'm seeking descendants of my grandmother, Rose Greenbaum (or
Grunbaum). She was born August 14, circa 1893, probably in Hungary,
and lived in Munkacs with her parents until they sent her to NYC, US,
early 1900s, for safety and 'to be raised by her half sister Julia'
(Julia Fuchs, >from Hungary, married to Israel Fuchs, >from Hungary,
soon known as Fox). My grandmother, Rose Greenbaum, married my
grandfather, Abraham Isaac Weiss (also >from Munkacs) in NYC in 1917. I
knew her all my life. She died December 1962. I don't know names of
any of her siblings. I was told her other siblings were sent to other
countries for safety. I don't know anything about them. In my research
I have come across some possible names of siblings, but I am unsure,
and don't have proof or ability to find living descendants. I have
photos of her parents, sent, apparently circa 1926, to my grandmother
in the US >from her mother, Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum in Mukacevo, with
a note addressed generally to her children, implying to me that she
sent same to not just my grandmother but to other siblings elsewhere.
Translators told me the note, probably written in German, says: "As a
memory for my dear children >from your mother". She indicated on his
picture that her husband, my grandmother's father, had died, possibly
it says date of his death was February 3, 1926, but I don't know when
he died. The stamp on the bottom of each photo is Meisels Photography
in Munkacs. My grandmother's father was Benjamin Greenbaum or
Grunbaum. My grandmother's mother was Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum.

Possibly my grandmother's half sister was (if they had same father and
if his name Beny or Benjamin could be same as or in addition to
Ignatz):

Julia Grunbaum,
MOTHER: Rosa Schwarz
FATHER: Ignatz
BIRTH: 3 Jun 1878 - Miskolc, Borsod, Hungary
CIVIL: Miskolc

Possibly these are records for my grandmother's father, that is,
father of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Beny Benjamin Ignatz Grunbaum Greenbaum BIRTH ABT 1840 ? DEATH 3 FEB â?¢
Mukacevo HUNGARY. My great-grandfather. Parents - Sallamon Grunbaum
1811 1884 & Mali Kaufmann 1815 1892. Siblings: Såndor Grßnbaum
1843-1901; Betti Grunbaum 1845 1852; Johanka Grunbaum; 1848; Chure
Grunbaum

I don't know if the following were my grandmother's siblings, that is,
siblings of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Malche Greenbaum 1884; Chaje Grunbaum Greenbaum 1891; David
Greenbaum 1893 1944; lyke Ilyka Grunbaum Greenbaum 1893;Hannah Razel
Greenbaum 1894

Thank you very much if you can help me find my grandmother's descendants.

Best wishes,

Barrie Karp

Barrie Karp PhD, Philosophy
barriekarp@...
NYC

KARP/CARP; WIEN (Horowitz) (Fine) (Vine); BERCOWICZ; TUCHFELD; HORN?;
HOROWITZ; GOTTESMAN, DORNBAUM? (Romania: Vaslui, Falticeni, Iasi,
Tulcea, etc.); Ukraine, Galicia, Horodenka, Kolymyya, Lviv, Stryj,
Stanislawow, Sambor, L'viv; Austria Hungary, Vienna); WEISS (Kohan?);
GRUNBAUM/ GREENBAUM, BERCOWITZ, FUCHS/Fox,KLEIN, GOTTLIEB [?];
ROSENFELD, ENGEL, LOVENRIN

(Hungary: Munkacs/Mukacevo, Kovago-Eors, Kisvarda; Ukraine, Austria,
Germany, Vienna). Possibly: HAIMOWITZ;

NYC all; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Syracuse, NY; Scranton, PA; Cleveland, OH;
Los Angeles, CA; Rochester, NY; Broward, FL; NJ


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Rose Greenbaum #ukraine

Barrie Karp
 

I'm seeking descendants of my grandmother, Rose Greenbaum (or
Grunbaum). She was born August 14, circa 1893, probably in Hungary,
and lived in Munkacs with her parents until they sent her to NYC, US,
early 1900s, for safety and 'to be raised by her half sister Julia'
(Julia Fuchs, >from Hungary, married to Israel Fuchs, >from Hungary,
soon known as Fox). My grandmother, Rose Greenbaum, married my
grandfather, Abraham Isaac Weiss (also >from Munkacs) in NYC in 1917. I
knew her all my life. She died December 1962. I don't know names of
any of her siblings. I was told her other siblings were sent to other
countries for safety. I don't know anything about them. In my research
I have come across some possible names of siblings, but I am unsure,
and don't have proof or ability to find living descendants. I have
photos of her parents, sent, apparently circa 1926, to my grandmother
in the US >from her mother, Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum in Mukacevo, with
a note addressed generally to her children, implying to me that she
sent same to not just my grandmother but to other siblings elsewhere.
Translators told me the note, probably written in German, says: "As a
memory for my dear children >from your mother". She indicated on his
picture that her husband, my grandmother's father, had died, possibly
it says date of his death was February 3, 1926, but I don't know when
he died. The stamp on the bottom of each photo is Meisels Photography
in Munkacs. My grandmother's father was Benjamin Greenbaum or
Grunbaum. My grandmother's mother was Ester Berkowitz Greenbaum.

Possibly my grandmother's half sister was (if they had same father and
if his name Beny or Benjamin could be same as or in addition to
Ignatz):

Julia Grunbaum,
MOTHER: Rosa Schwarz
FATHER: Ignatz
BIRTH: 3 Jun 1878 - Miskolc, Borsod, Hungary
CIVIL: Miskolc

Possibly these are records for my grandmother's father, that is,
father of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Beny Benjamin Ignatz Grunbaum Greenbaum BIRTH ABT 1840 ? DEATH 3 FEB â?¢
Mukacevo HUNGARY. My great-grandfather. Parents - Sallamon Grunbaum
1811 1884 & Mali Kaufmann 1815 1892. Siblings: Såndor Grßnbaum
1843-1901; Betti Grunbaum 1845 1852; Johanka Grunbaum; 1848; Chure
Grunbaum

I don't know if the following were my grandmother's siblings, that is,
siblings of Rose Greenbaum Weiss:

Malche Greenbaum 1884; Chaje Grunbaum Greenbaum 1891; David
Greenbaum 1893 1944; lyke Ilyka Grunbaum Greenbaum 1893;Hannah Razel
Greenbaum 1894

Thank you very much if you can help me find my grandmother's descendants.

Best wishes,

Barrie Karp

Barrie Karp PhD, Philosophy
barriekarp@...
NYC

KARP/CARP; WIEN (Horowitz) (Fine) (Vine); BERCOWICZ; TUCHFELD; HORN?;
HOROWITZ; GOTTESMAN, DORNBAUM? (Romania: Vaslui, Falticeni, Iasi,
Tulcea, etc.); Ukraine, Galicia, Horodenka, Kolymyya, Lviv, Stryj,
Stanislawow, Sambor, L'viv; Austria Hungary, Vienna); WEISS (Kohan?);
GRUNBAUM/ GREENBAUM, BERCOWITZ, FUCHS/Fox,KLEIN, GOTTLIEB [?];
ROSENFELD, ENGEL, LOVENRIN

(Hungary: Munkacs/Mukacevo, Kovago-Eors, Kisvarda; Ukraine, Austria,
Germany, Vienna). Possibly: HAIMOWITZ;

NYC all; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Syracuse, NY; Scranton, PA; Cleveland, OH;
Los Angeles, CA; Rochester, NY; Broward, FL; NJ


Question re: Immigration Ports of Entry #romania

David Osachy <osachy@...>
 

Hi Everyone,

Can anyone explain (or offer a theory) why a Romanian Jewish immigrant coming
from Europe in 1903, whose final destination was New York City or
Pittsburgh, would disembark at the port of St. John in New Brunswick,
Canada, then travel overland through Quebec and enter the United
States at St. Albans, Vermont?

What could that strange route be about? Why not go straight to Ellis
Island? Was this an issue of money, paperwork, or perhaps something
else? If it helps, the ship was the Lake Megantic, which I am
guessing sailed >from Liverpool though I am not sure.

Thank you in advance,

Rabbi David Osachy
Jacksonville, Florida


Romania SIG #Romania Question re: Immigration Ports of Entry #romania

David Osachy <osachy@...>
 

Hi Everyone,

Can anyone explain (or offer a theory) why a Romanian Jewish immigrant coming
from Europe in 1903, whose final destination was New York City or
Pittsburgh, would disembark at the port of St. John in New Brunswick,
Canada, then travel overland through Quebec and enter the United
States at St. Albans, Vermont?

What could that strange route be about? Why not go straight to Ellis
Island? Was this an issue of money, paperwork, or perhaps something
else? If it helps, the ship was the Lake Megantic, which I am
guessing sailed >from Liverpool though I am not sure.

Thank you in advance,

Rabbi David Osachy
Jacksonville, Florida


Friends of BREST LITOWSK in FRANCE #belarus

Lemberski Evelyne
 

Friends of BREST LITOWSK in FRANCE

I search for the biography of the following founders of the friends of
Brest-Litowsk in France:

Founding President: The Rabbi of ENGHIEN LES BAINS (FRANCE) Maurice Tchernia

Boris Wolski who went to live in the United States at the dawn of World War II



evelynelemberski@...
SAINT MAURICE
FRANCE


Belarus SIG #Belarus Friends of BREST LITOWSK in FRANCE #belarus

Lemberski Evelyne
 

Friends of BREST LITOWSK in FRANCE

I search for the biography of the following founders of the friends of
Brest-Litowsk in France:

Founding President: The Rabbi of ENGHIEN LES BAINS (FRANCE) Maurice Tchernia

Boris Wolski who went to live in the United States at the dawn of World War II



evelynelemberski@...
SAINT MAURICE
FRANCE