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help in England #general

Neil@...
 

Looking for family of - Peter J. Richards living in 1966 at xxxx Old Slade
Lane, Iver (Bucks), England.
Thanks
Dr. Neil Rosenstein
Elizabeth, N.J. 07208

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen help in England #general

Neil@...
 

Looking for family of - Peter J. Richards living in 1966 at xxxx Old Slade
Lane, Iver (Bucks), England.
Thanks
Dr. Neil Rosenstein
Elizabeth, N.J. 07208

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Need Help With-Marriage Lookup-Manhattan, NY-1900-Falb, Etyl/Ethel #general

sacredsisters3@aol.com <sacredsisters3@...>
 

Hello All

I am seeking a volunteer to get me a copy of a marriage record on an
ancestor of mine. I need to get a copy of a marriage record for 1900
in Manhattan County New York. I have the name of the person as Falb,
Etyl married in Manhattan on 2-6-1900. >from the Brides index there is
two listings, which means they could not read the writing. The other
listing is for a Falg, Etyl married in Manhattan on 3-6-1900. The
record number is the same for both, number is #2532.

I do not have the name of the groom. What I am trying to determine is
if this is indeed one of my ancestors and if she had remarried. My
great-aunt's parents were Nathan Koenig & Rachel Falb. Rachel Falb's
parents were Ethel/Ettel Summerfield & Wolf Falb. Ethel & Wolf were
from Austria, and immigrated in the 1890's. Wolf Falb died in 1897,
and I believe she must have remarried because she had two young
children to take care of.

So, I think this listing I found in the Brides index may be her, but
the only way to find out is to get a copy of the record. Ethel Falb
would have been born about 1860-62. She may have had more children,
that did not live long, for the ony oes i know of area son David
Falb(born in 1888 in Austria) & his sister Rachel(Falb)Koenig born in
1893 in New York.

The marriage record will hopefully show the new groom and help find
the family on 1900 & 1910 census records which I have not been able to
do. So, if someone can help me get a copy, I will gladly reimburse for
the costs.

Sarah Greenberg(USA-CT)
sacredsisters3@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need Help With-Marriage Lookup-Manhattan, NY-1900-Falb, Etyl/Ethel #general

sacredsisters3@aol.com <sacredsisters3@...>
 

Hello All

I am seeking a volunteer to get me a copy of a marriage record on an
ancestor of mine. I need to get a copy of a marriage record for 1900
in Manhattan County New York. I have the name of the person as Falb,
Etyl married in Manhattan on 2-6-1900. >from the Brides index there is
two listings, which means they could not read the writing. The other
listing is for a Falg, Etyl married in Manhattan on 3-6-1900. The
record number is the same for both, number is #2532.

I do not have the name of the groom. What I am trying to determine is
if this is indeed one of my ancestors and if she had remarried. My
great-aunt's parents were Nathan Koenig & Rachel Falb. Rachel Falb's
parents were Ethel/Ettel Summerfield & Wolf Falb. Ethel & Wolf were
from Austria, and immigrated in the 1890's. Wolf Falb died in 1897,
and I believe she must have remarried because she had two young
children to take care of.

So, I think this listing I found in the Brides index may be her, but
the only way to find out is to get a copy of the record. Ethel Falb
would have been born about 1860-62. She may have had more children,
that did not live long, for the ony oes i know of area son David
Falb(born in 1888 in Austria) & his sister Rachel(Falb)Koenig born in
1893 in New York.

The marriage record will hopefully show the new groom and help find
the family on 1900 & 1910 census records which I have not been able to
do. So, if someone can help me get a copy, I will gladly reimburse for
the costs.

Sarah Greenberg(USA-CT)
sacredsisters3@aol.com


Departure port for New York #general

lizdmiller@...
 

Hello,

I have found the Declaration of Intention for Naturalization for my
great-grandfather, Morris Ruderman dated February 8, 1916. It states that
"I emigrated to the United States of America >from Kovno Russia on the
vessel Bulgaria....I arrived at the port of New York on or about the 20
day of April, 1900."

I have been unable to find any ships records or immigration records around
that date for Moshe or Morris Ruderman. There are two ships with similar
names, the Belgravia and the Bulgaria. Is it possible that my grandfather
departed >from Kovno (Kaunus) but sailed >from one of the main Port of Departure
for New York?

If anyone has any information or suggestions, I would appreciate the help.

Thanks, Liz Ruderman Miller
lizdmiller@earthlink.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Departure port for New York #general

lizdmiller@...
 

Hello,

I have found the Declaration of Intention for Naturalization for my
great-grandfather, Morris Ruderman dated February 8, 1916. It states that
"I emigrated to the United States of America >from Kovno Russia on the
vessel Bulgaria....I arrived at the port of New York on or about the 20
day of April, 1900."

I have been unable to find any ships records or immigration records around
that date for Moshe or Morris Ruderman. There are two ships with similar
names, the Belgravia and the Bulgaria. Is it possible that my grandfather
departed >from Kovno (Kaunus) but sailed >from one of the main Port of Departure
for New York?

If anyone has any information or suggestions, I would appreciate the help.

Thanks, Liz Ruderman Miller
lizdmiller@earthlink.net


Transport of Miskolc Jews to Auschwitz #hungary

Steven Lasky <steve@...>
 

Greetings,

Does anyone know the exact date in 1944 that the Jews of Miskolc, Hungary
were transported to Auschwitz? I think the transport took place somewhere
between June 11-14, but would like to know the exact day if possible.
Thank you.

Regards,
Steven Lasky
New York
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Transport of Miskolc Jews to Auschwitz #hungary

Steven Lasky <steve@...>
 

Greetings,

Does anyone know the exact date in 1944 that the Jews of Miskolc, Hungary
were transported to Auschwitz? I think the transport took place somewhere
between June 11-14, but would like to know the exact day if possible.
Thank you.

Regards,
Steven Lasky
New York
steve@museumoffamilyhistory.com


Sepahrdic Naming conventions evidently are Dutch! #general

BVCB <bvcb@...>
 

In the past, I have participated in discussions, both here and on the
Dutch Sig list, of my Dutch-Sephardic family's naming conventions,
which name after living relatives in a rather set way.

All participants, including me, thought this was a Jewish convention,
differing >from Ashkenazi naming conventions.

However, going over some old "off-line" Email exchanges about how Dutch
Jewish Surnames might have developed, I came across a message that
included a link to the following URL:

<http://home.earthlink.net/~gverver/dnc.htm>

This very interesting site and page offers a history of surname
adoptions in Holland BY ALL - not just Jews:

Following the surname description, is a section on "Naming
Conventions", which details the tradition of naming the first son after
the father's father, first daughter after mother's mother, etc. Much
to my surprise, it appears that these conventions are Dutch and were
adopted by Dutch Jews.

Since my family was Sephardic, it makes me wonder what the naming
conventions might have been in Spain before the Inquisition!

Babette Bloch


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sepahrdic Naming conventions evidently are Dutch! #general

BVCB <bvcb@...>
 

In the past, I have participated in discussions, both here and on the
Dutch Sig list, of my Dutch-Sephardic family's naming conventions,
which name after living relatives in a rather set way.

All participants, including me, thought this was a Jewish convention,
differing >from Ashkenazi naming conventions.

However, going over some old "off-line" Email exchanges about how Dutch
Jewish Surnames might have developed, I came across a message that
included a link to the following URL:

<http://home.earthlink.net/~gverver/dnc.htm>

This very interesting site and page offers a history of surname
adoptions in Holland BY ALL - not just Jews:

Following the surname description, is a section on "Naming
Conventions", which details the tradition of naming the first son after
the father's father, first daughter after mother's mother, etc. Much
to my surprise, it appears that these conventions are Dutch and were
adopted by Dutch Jews.

Since my family was Sephardic, it makes me wonder what the naming
conventions might have been in Spain before the Inquisition!

Babette Bloch


AHARONSON from Warsaw and Tel Aviv #general

M&MSchejtman <mmschejtman@...>
 

Dear Genners,
The Israeli radio has a daily segment called "The department for
searching lost relatives".
This program was originally aired after the 2nd World War to help Israelis
who survived, find lost relatives.
It has now been reinstated and has over 150 daily requests for searches. only
4-5 are aired every day.
You can listen to this program live on the Israeli radio website for Reshet Bet
http://bet.iba.org.il/ click top left "bet live". The program is aired
Sun-Thurs at 2:45 PM Israel time in Hebrew.

On today's program a woman was looking for her grandfather's family.
It seems that her grandfather Yaakov AHARONSON came to Palestine on July 12th
1925.
He came with his wife Zippora and their 4 daughters: Sheine (b1900) Dalia
(b1904), Leah (b1908) and Sara (b1910).
They lived in Tel Aviv.
The next piece of information the caller had, was >from 1933 when her grandfather
married her grandmother.
She does not know what happened to Zippora the first wife, or her daughters
If anyone has heard of Zippora AHARONSON or any of her family, they
can contact the program at mador2@gmail.com .

Or snail mail:

Finding Lost Relatives
POB 33069 Jerusalem
Israel

Phone: 972-25313315
Voice mail: 972-529990006

I have no more information. Everything I heard on the radio I put above.

Merav Schejtman
Jerusalem Israel


Looking for BLOCK relatives #general

Sharon R. Korn <s.r.korn@...>
 

I am looking for my cousins Maxine BLOCK KAHANE and Martin BLOCK, the
children of my deceased aunt and uncle, Evelyn and Benjamin BLOCK. Maxine
and Martin are both in their 60's now. If you have any information, please
respond privately. Thank you.

Sharon Block Korn
San Diego, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen AHARONSON from Warsaw and Tel Aviv #general

M&MSchejtman <mmschejtman@...>
 

Dear Genners,
The Israeli radio has a daily segment called "The department for
searching lost relatives".
This program was originally aired after the 2nd World War to help Israelis
who survived, find lost relatives.
It has now been reinstated and has over 150 daily requests for searches. only
4-5 are aired every day.
You can listen to this program live on the Israeli radio website for Reshet Bet
http://bet.iba.org.il/ click top left "bet live". The program is aired
Sun-Thurs at 2:45 PM Israel time in Hebrew.

On today's program a woman was looking for her grandfather's family.
It seems that her grandfather Yaakov AHARONSON came to Palestine on July 12th
1925.
He came with his wife Zippora and their 4 daughters: Sheine (b1900) Dalia
(b1904), Leah (b1908) and Sara (b1910).
They lived in Tel Aviv.
The next piece of information the caller had, was >from 1933 when her grandfather
married her grandmother.
She does not know what happened to Zippora the first wife, or her daughters
If anyone has heard of Zippora AHARONSON or any of her family, they
can contact the program at mador2@gmail.com .

Or snail mail:

Finding Lost Relatives
POB 33069 Jerusalem
Israel

Phone: 972-25313315
Voice mail: 972-529990006

I have no more information. Everything I heard on the radio I put above.

Merav Schejtman
Jerusalem Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for BLOCK relatives #general

Sharon R. Korn <s.r.korn@...>
 

I am looking for my cousins Maxine BLOCK KAHANE and Martin BLOCK, the
children of my deceased aunt and uncle, Evelyn and Benjamin BLOCK. Maxine
and Martin are both in their 60's now. If you have any information, please
respond privately. Thank you.

Sharon Block Korn
San Diego, CA


VM10014 - translating a marriage record in Russian #general

Darren Dalcher <D.Dalcher@...>
 

A friend has asked me for help with tracing their ancestors but I have
been struggling with making sense of the names. I have just uploaded a
certificate for a marriage held in Tusczyn in May 1881 between Yoda
Laizer Rozenbaum and Baili Rozentsvayg
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate) into the To View section of
Viewmate - as file - VM10014. If I translated it correctly, his parents
were Meir and Sura Lib (nee Kronenberg?) Rozenbaum. I would appreciate
confirmation of the names, especially the maiden name.

I think the bride is also >from Tusczyn but I am unable to find any
details of her parents. Am I missing the names? Is there a maiden name?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Please respond privately to my email: (d.dalcher@mdx.ac.uk)

Many thanks.

Dr. Darren Dalcher (d.dalcher@mdx.ac.uk)

MODERATOR NOTE: Direct url -
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10014


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen VM10014 - translating a marriage record in Russian #general

Darren Dalcher <D.Dalcher@...>
 

A friend has asked me for help with tracing their ancestors but I have
been struggling with making sense of the names. I have just uploaded a
certificate for a marriage held in Tusczyn in May 1881 between Yoda
Laizer Rozenbaum and Baili Rozentsvayg
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate) into the To View section of
Viewmate - as file - VM10014. If I translated it correctly, his parents
were Meir and Sura Lib (nee Kronenberg?) Rozenbaum. I would appreciate
confirmation of the names, especially the maiden name.

I think the bride is also >from Tusczyn but I am unable to find any
details of her parents. Am I missing the names? Is there a maiden name?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Please respond privately to my email: (d.dalcher@mdx.ac.uk)

Many thanks.

Dr. Darren Dalcher (d.dalcher@mdx.ac.uk)

MODERATOR NOTE: Direct url -
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=10014


MICHAELOWIC from Kharkov #general

M&MSchejtman <mmschejtman@...>
 

Dear Genners,
The Israeli radio has a daily segment called "The department for
searching lost relatives".
This program was originally aired after the 2nd World War to help Israelis
who survived, find lost relatives.
It has now been reinstated and has over 150 daily requests for searches. only
4-5 are aired every day.
You can listen to this program live on the Israeli radio website for Reshet Bet
http://bet.iba.org.il/ click top left "bet live". The program is aired
Sun-Thurs at 2:45 PM Israel time in Hebrew.

On yesterday's program man whose name Gad Ben Ari, is looking for his mother's
brother Michael MICHAELOWIC >from Kharkov.
The caller and his parents came to Israel in 1957 where his mother died soon
after. The brother called them >from Russia in 1958. As he was a member of the
communist party, he offered to bring them over to the USSR and said that they
will live well there. The family declined the offer. That was the last they
heard >from him

If anyone has heard of Michael MICHAELOWIC or any of his family, they
can contact the program at mador2@gmail.com .

Or snail mail:

Finding Lost Relatives
POB 33069 Jerusalem
Israel

Phone: 972-25313315
Voice mail: 972-529990006

I have no more information. Everything I heard on the radio I put above.

Merav Schejtman
Jerusalem Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen MICHAELOWIC from Kharkov #general

M&MSchejtman <mmschejtman@...>
 

Dear Genners,
The Israeli radio has a daily segment called "The department for
searching lost relatives".
This program was originally aired after the 2nd World War to help Israelis
who survived, find lost relatives.
It has now been reinstated and has over 150 daily requests for searches. only
4-5 are aired every day.
You can listen to this program live on the Israeli radio website for Reshet Bet
http://bet.iba.org.il/ click top left "bet live". The program is aired
Sun-Thurs at 2:45 PM Israel time in Hebrew.

On yesterday's program man whose name Gad Ben Ari, is looking for his mother's
brother Michael MICHAELOWIC >from Kharkov.
The caller and his parents came to Israel in 1957 where his mother died soon
after. The brother called them >from Russia in 1958. As he was a member of the
communist party, he offered to bring them over to the USSR and said that they
will live well there. The family declined the offer. That was the last they
heard >from him

If anyone has heard of Michael MICHAELOWIC or any of his family, they
can contact the program at mador2@gmail.com .

Or snail mail:

Finding Lost Relatives
POB 33069 Jerusalem
Israel

Phone: 972-25313315
Voice mail: 972-529990006

I have no more information. Everything I heard on the radio I put above.

Merav Schejtman
Jerusalem Israel


contact in Rechovot #general

Neil@...
 

Looking for current address/contact for Dania Eisenberg, was at
XXX Gorodesky Street, Rechovot 76227 in 2006.
Any help appreciated.

Dr. Neil Rosenstein
Elizabeth, N.J. 07208

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen contact in Rechovot #general

Neil@...
 

Looking for current address/contact for Dania Eisenberg, was at
XXX Gorodesky Street, Rechovot 76227 in 2006.
Any help appreciated.

Dr. Neil Rosenstein
Elizabeth, N.J. 07208

MODERATOR NOTE: Private responses please