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Paneveyzs Records a treasure trove #lithuania

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

I donated $100 to the Litvak SIG so that I could receive the Paneveyzs
records. It has been money really well spent. I have been amazed at
the wealth of records that I have received. There are marriage
records,births, deaths and revision lists to name a few. As with any
records you will find details of other places as well and this will
be of help in extending the boundaries of your research.

I heartily recommend that you donate money to Paneveyzs or the region
of your research, as you will be delighted with the data that you
receive. I personally think that I have received a treasure trove and
congratulate the SIG in making this data available to us.

Arlene Beare
UK


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Paneveyzs Records a treasure trove #lithuania

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

I donated $100 to the Litvak SIG so that I could receive the Paneveyzs
records. It has been money really well spent. I have been amazed at
the wealth of records that I have received. There are marriage
records,births, deaths and revision lists to name a few. As with any
records you will find details of other places as well and this will
be of help in extending the boundaries of your research.

I heartily recommend that you donate money to Paneveyzs or the region
of your research, as you will be delighted with the data that you
receive. I personally think that I have received a treasure trove and
congratulate the SIG in making this data available to us.

Arlene Beare
UK


WWI and Litvaks #lithuania

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Recently, I saw mention in the July 9, 1915, Jewish Chronicle, of the
expelling of certain Jewish communities during WWI. This was referred to in
an article entitled ">from the Russian War Zone".

The article mentioned that the following townlets suffered >from severe
hostilities: Telshi, Ludvinoff and Polangen. Further, permits were
required to remain in Koval, Rovno, Dubno, Zonivenka, Prokaroff, and Novo???
(couldn't read the name).

The Jews of Wilna (guberniya) were transported further inland and the
government of Minsk ordered all Jewish refugees to leave. 150 Jewish
families >from Rozan (Lomza) and 350 families >from Grodno were forced to
leave and go to Southern Russia.

The Jewish leadership petitioned the Governor of Kovno regarding their
situation and he responded that Jews who lived east of the line could return
. . . Riga, Bauska, Panevezys, Vikomir and Kovno. Also, those >from
Novoalexandrovk and parts of Vilkomir could return. The situation was such
that further petitions were being submitted as the majority of the residents
of Kovno guberniya had not returned.

This confirms many of the stories of our ancestors who told of the movement
of their families during this time.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania WWI and Litvaks #lithuania

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Recently, I saw mention in the July 9, 1915, Jewish Chronicle, of the
expelling of certain Jewish communities during WWI. This was referred to in
an article entitled ">from the Russian War Zone".

The article mentioned that the following townlets suffered >from severe
hostilities: Telshi, Ludvinoff and Polangen. Further, permits were
required to remain in Koval, Rovno, Dubno, Zonivenka, Prokaroff, and Novo???
(couldn't read the name).

The Jews of Wilna (guberniya) were transported further inland and the
government of Minsk ordered all Jewish refugees to leave. 150 Jewish
families >from Rozan (Lomza) and 350 families >from Grodno were forced to
leave and go to Southern Russia.

The Jewish leadership petitioned the Governor of Kovno regarding their
situation and he responded that Jews who lived east of the line could return
. . . Riga, Bauska, Panevezys, Vikomir and Kovno. Also, those >from
Novoalexandrovk and parts of Vilkomir could return. The situation was such
that further petitions were being submitted as the majority of the residents
of Kovno guberniya had not returned.

This confirms many of the stories of our ancestors who told of the movement
of their families during this time.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


Belzyce (Lublin) Project Matching Funds Challenge #poland

RobinnM@...
 

Dear Lublin Area Researchers:

Thanks for your on-going interest in the Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
Belzyce projects. This email is intended to update you on the status of
the JRI-Poland projects to index whatever Belzyce Jewish vital records
that JRI-Poland has been able to locate. As you may be aware, the Belzyce
indexes for all birth, marriage and death registers microfilmed by the
Mormons have already been indexed and are on-line on the JRI-Poland
database. During the past several months, this work was closely reviewed
as part of a quality control step and is now error free. Joe Newman and
his team did a wonderful job on that project, we thank all the volunteers
very much! This important work could not be accomplished without our
volunteers' efforts!

Belzyce initially attracted our attention because it figured into the
family search for a young boy with Leukemia. We're happy to report that
as of this writing, our young friend is doing very well in remission,
and doctors have identified three potential bone marrow donors whom
everyone hopes will never be needed. Although these potential donors did
not come >from the Belzyce side of his family, JRI-Poland is proud to have
been able to respond to the family's request for help at a difficult
time and to participate in the initial search for more living relatives.

JRI-Poland's Response:

After being contacted by the grandparents for help, JRI-Poland
immediately made a request to the Municipal Archives in Belzyce through
the Polish State Archives to give us access to the Belzyce indexes.
These indexes had not been forwarded to the Lublin archives on schedule.
The local Belzyce archives responded by sending multiple marriage
registers to Lublin which gave JRI-Poland access to them for indexing.
Initially, Lublin only had birth, marriage and death registers for the
year 1865, and the indexing of that year cost JRI-Poland $222, which we
successfully raised, and that 1865 index is on-line and also error-free
now.

The additional years that were sent >from Belzyce to Lublin at our request,
turned out to be only the marriage indexes, contrary to the information we
had before their arrival in Lublin. The years involved are: 1882-1886 and
1890-1902. This was disappointing of course, but having the marriages is
better than having nothing! We are still trying to ascertain whether the
births and marriages for this same period really do exist or not. As of
this writing, we are not sure.

The additional marriage indexes cost JRI-Poland an additional $286 to
retrieve and computerize, and we must now raise the money to cover this
project. The additional marriage indexes will not go live until we have
raised the $286.

The Matching Funds Challenge:

An anonymous donor has just stepped forward to offer a Matching Funds
Challenge. If we can raise $143 by April 30th, the donor will match
our funds and complete the fundraising for this project.

Donations of any size are greatly appreciated, and a donation of $36
or more will entitle contributors to their own copy of the EXCEL
spreadsheet with all the marriage indexes, the 1865 indexes, and a
separate spreadsheet with the indexes of the 1826-64, and 1866-1868.

If you are already a donor to this project, thank you very much, and
please consider whether you might be in the position to make an
additional gift at this time.

Donations to Jewish Records Indexing - Poland can be tax-deductible for
U.S. and Canadian taxpayers. If you wish to make a donation >from Canada,
please contact me privately for instructions. All other donations can be
made by sending cash, check or credit card information to JRI-Poland's
treasurer, Sheila Salo, as follows.

Please label your donation for the "Belzyce Matching Funds Challenge".

Send it to:

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc.
c/o Sheila Salo, Treasurer
5607 Greenleaf Road
Cheverly, MD 20785 USA

Telephone: (301) 341-1261
Fax: 1-810-592-1768 (24 hours)
E-Mail: ssalo@capaccess.org

If your employer has a matching gift program, please think about matching
your JRI - Poland donation through that program.


Please contact me directly if you have any questions. Thanks for your help
in completing this work!

Very best wishes as Pesach approaches.

Robinn Magid
Kensington, California
Lublin Archives Project Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland

RobinnM@aol.com

<BR><BR><BR>**************************************<BR> AOL now offers free
email to everyone. Find out more about what's free >from AOL at
http://www.aol.com.


JRI Poland #Poland Belzyce (Lublin) Project Matching Funds Challenge #poland

RobinnM@...
 

Dear Lublin Area Researchers:

Thanks for your on-going interest in the Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
Belzyce projects. This email is intended to update you on the status of
the JRI-Poland projects to index whatever Belzyce Jewish vital records
that JRI-Poland has been able to locate. As you may be aware, the Belzyce
indexes for all birth, marriage and death registers microfilmed by the
Mormons have already been indexed and are on-line on the JRI-Poland
database. During the past several months, this work was closely reviewed
as part of a quality control step and is now error free. Joe Newman and
his team did a wonderful job on that project, we thank all the volunteers
very much! This important work could not be accomplished without our
volunteers' efforts!

Belzyce initially attracted our attention because it figured into the
family search for a young boy with Leukemia. We're happy to report that
as of this writing, our young friend is doing very well in remission,
and doctors have identified three potential bone marrow donors whom
everyone hopes will never be needed. Although these potential donors did
not come >from the Belzyce side of his family, JRI-Poland is proud to have
been able to respond to the family's request for help at a difficult
time and to participate in the initial search for more living relatives.

JRI-Poland's Response:

After being contacted by the grandparents for help, JRI-Poland
immediately made a request to the Municipal Archives in Belzyce through
the Polish State Archives to give us access to the Belzyce indexes.
These indexes had not been forwarded to the Lublin archives on schedule.
The local Belzyce archives responded by sending multiple marriage
registers to Lublin which gave JRI-Poland access to them for indexing.
Initially, Lublin only had birth, marriage and death registers for the
year 1865, and the indexing of that year cost JRI-Poland $222, which we
successfully raised, and that 1865 index is on-line and also error-free
now.

The additional years that were sent >from Belzyce to Lublin at our request,
turned out to be only the marriage indexes, contrary to the information we
had before their arrival in Lublin. The years involved are: 1882-1886 and
1890-1902. This was disappointing of course, but having the marriages is
better than having nothing! We are still trying to ascertain whether the
births and marriages for this same period really do exist or not. As of
this writing, we are not sure.

The additional marriage indexes cost JRI-Poland an additional $286 to
retrieve and computerize, and we must now raise the money to cover this
project. The additional marriage indexes will not go live until we have
raised the $286.

The Matching Funds Challenge:

An anonymous donor has just stepped forward to offer a Matching Funds
Challenge. If we can raise $143 by April 30th, the donor will match
our funds and complete the fundraising for this project.

Donations of any size are greatly appreciated, and a donation of $36
or more will entitle contributors to their own copy of the EXCEL
spreadsheet with all the marriage indexes, the 1865 indexes, and a
separate spreadsheet with the indexes of the 1826-64, and 1866-1868.

If you are already a donor to this project, thank you very much, and
please consider whether you might be in the position to make an
additional gift at this time.

Donations to Jewish Records Indexing - Poland can be tax-deductible for
U.S. and Canadian taxpayers. If you wish to make a donation >from Canada,
please contact me privately for instructions. All other donations can be
made by sending cash, check or credit card information to JRI-Poland's
treasurer, Sheila Salo, as follows.

Please label your donation for the "Belzyce Matching Funds Challenge".

Send it to:

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, Inc.
c/o Sheila Salo, Treasurer
5607 Greenleaf Road
Cheverly, MD 20785 USA

Telephone: (301) 341-1261
Fax: 1-810-592-1768 (24 hours)
E-Mail: ssalo@capaccess.org

If your employer has a matching gift program, please think about matching
your JRI - Poland donation through that program.


Please contact me directly if you have any questions. Thanks for your help
in completing this work!

Very best wishes as Pesach approaches.

Robinn Magid
Kensington, California
Lublin Archives Project Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland

RobinnM@aol.com

<BR><BR><BR>**************************************<BR> AOL now offers free
email to everyone. Find out more about what's free >from AOL at
http://www.aol.com.


Grudziadz #general

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

I have had a request for help >from someone who is researching her
family >from Grudziadz. Her great grandmother was Elizabeth and she
married in a Church Otto Burmann or Buurman.She had to renounce her
Judaism to marry in Church.
Her daughter Eva Ruth was born in Grudziadz about 24/7/1909 and also
married out. Her surname was Keding. Eva Ruth died in Flensburg in 1963.
I know it is difficult with such scant information but if anyone is
researching ancestors >from this Town perhaps they could contact me.
The family that are seeking information are eager to establish that
the great grandmother was Jewish.

Arlene Beare
UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Grudziadz #general

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

I have had a request for help >from someone who is researching her
family >from Grudziadz. Her great grandmother was Elizabeth and she
married in a Church Otto Burmann or Buurman.She had to renounce her
Judaism to marry in Church.
Her daughter Eva Ruth was born in Grudziadz about 24/7/1909 and also
married out. Her surname was Keding. Eva Ruth died in Flensburg in 1963.
I know it is difficult with such scant information but if anyone is
researching ancestors >from this Town perhaps they could contact me.
The family that are seeking information are eager to establish that
the great grandmother was Jewish.

Arlene Beare
UK


looking for LEVINE,FOURMAN #france

christine usdin <christineusd@...>
 

Looking for:
-YOSSIF LEVINE, son of ABRAHAM LEVINE(related to ESTER SHOR,
born KAGAN,LEVINE(St louis-Minneapolis.USA)
-ESTER FOURMAN,daughter of MINA LEVINE
They live in France.
Thanks a lot
Christine Usdin
Christineusd@wanadoo.fr

MODERATOR: Two items - where are you located in France
we do request that you indicate city and country as
part of your signature -
second itemt where are you looking for these people in
France or in USA.


French SIG #France looking for LEVINE,FOURMAN #france

christine usdin <christineusd@...>
 

Looking for:
-YOSSIF LEVINE, son of ABRAHAM LEVINE(related to ESTER SHOR,
born KAGAN,LEVINE(St louis-Minneapolis.USA)
-ESTER FOURMAN,daughter of MINA LEVINE
They live in France.
Thanks a lot
Christine Usdin
Christineusd@wanadoo.fr

MODERATOR: Two items - where are you located in France
we do request that you indicate city and country as
part of your signature -
second itemt where are you looking for these people in
France or in USA.


DANZIGERs in Denmark #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Hello DanziGenners,

About a year ago I sent the below - and as possible new subscribers to
the list have not seen it (many seem to forget to go through the mailing
list archives) I resend it in the hope that someone might be able to help
with leads, hints or further information:

Regarding the name DANZIGER there are some occurences in Denmark.
One family is the below - if anyone has any information about this
family please let me know:

(In Denmark Hirsch ARON was often known as Hirsch Aron DANZIGER,
and some of his children were born in Danzig, so he must have
lived there in 1777, 1782, 1787(?) and 1795. But obviously he moved
a bit around judging >from the birthplaces (Dessau, Konigsberg, Memel)
of his children - if, of course, the information is correct!)

Hirsh Aron DANZIGER and his son Joseph were both hat manufacturers.

Hirsch ARON / Hirsch Aron DANZIGER,
b. Halbertstadt, Germany, d. 1798 Fredericia, Denmark
+Edel HIRSCH, b. circa 1750 Sandersleben, m. before 1770, d. after Jan 1833
known children:
---------------
Levin HIRSCH / Levin Hirsch DANZIGER,
b. circa 1768 Dessau?, Germany,
d. 21 Apr 1845 Copenhagen
Salomon HIRSCH / Salomon Hirsch DANZIGER,
b. circa 1770 Dessau, Germany,
d. 22 Nov 1830 Elsinore, Denmark
Aron HIRSCH / Aron Hirsch DANZIGER,
b. circa 1770 Dessau, Germany,
d. 19 May 1845
Bonna HIRSCH / Bonna Hirsch DANZIGER,
b. circa 1777 Danzig
d. 17 May 1855 Bogense, Denmark
Bonna married Levin ISAAC,
b. Elmshorn, Germany,
d. 27 Nov 1851 Bogense, Denmark
Hartvig HIRSCH,
b. circa 1778 Memel,
d. 22 Sep 1846 Copenhagen
Rose HIRSCH,
b. circa 1782 Danzig
d. ???
Rose married Moses ABRAHAMSEN,
b. circa 1780 Mecklenburg, Germany
d. ?
Bella HIRSCH,
b. circa 1785 Fredericia, Denmark,
d. 25 Aug 1858 Elsinore, Denmark
Golde HIRSCH,
b. circa 1787 Danzig?
d. 1813 Fredericia, Denmark
Joseph HIRSCH
b. circa 1795 Danzig
d. 19 Apr 1861 Copenhagen

Best regards

Elsebeth Paikin, President
Jewish Genealogical Society of Denmark:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgs-denmark/
&
SIG Coordinator and webmaster:
JewishGen's Scandinavia SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia/
mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland DANZIGERs in Denmark #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Hello DanziGenners,

About a year ago I sent the below - and as possible new subscribers to
the list have not seen it (many seem to forget to go through the mailing
list archives) I resend it in the hope that someone might be able to help
with leads, hints or further information:

Regarding the name DANZIGER there are some occurences in Denmark.
One family is the below - if anyone has any information about this
family please let me know:

(In Denmark Hirsch ARON was often known as Hirsch Aron DANZIGER,
and some of his children were born in Danzig, so he must have
lived there in 1777, 1782, 1787(?) and 1795. But obviously he moved
a bit around judging >from the birthplaces (Dessau, Konigsberg, Memel)
of his children - if, of course, the information is correct!)

Hirsh Aron DANZIGER and his son Joseph were both hat manufacturers.

Hirsch ARON / Hirsch Aron DANZIGER,
b. Halbertstadt, Germany, d. 1798 Fredericia, Denmark
+Edel HIRSCH, b. circa 1750 Sandersleben, m. before 1770, d. after Jan 1833
known children:
---------------
Levin HIRSCH / Levin Hirsch DANZIGER,
b. circa 1768 Dessau?, Germany,
d. 21 Apr 1845 Copenhagen
Salomon HIRSCH / Salomon Hirsch DANZIGER,
b. circa 1770 Dessau, Germany,
d. 22 Nov 1830 Elsinore, Denmark
Aron HIRSCH / Aron Hirsch DANZIGER,
b. circa 1770 Dessau, Germany,
d. 19 May 1845
Bonna HIRSCH / Bonna Hirsch DANZIGER,
b. circa 1777 Danzig
d. 17 May 1855 Bogense, Denmark
Bonna married Levin ISAAC,
b. Elmshorn, Germany,
d. 27 Nov 1851 Bogense, Denmark
Hartvig HIRSCH,
b. circa 1778 Memel,
d. 22 Sep 1846 Copenhagen
Rose HIRSCH,
b. circa 1782 Danzig
d. ???
Rose married Moses ABRAHAMSEN,
b. circa 1780 Mecklenburg, Germany
d. ?
Bella HIRSCH,
b. circa 1785 Fredericia, Denmark,
d. 25 Aug 1858 Elsinore, Denmark
Golde HIRSCH,
b. circa 1787 Danzig?
d. 1813 Fredericia, Denmark
Joseph HIRSCH
b. circa 1795 Danzig
d. 19 Apr 1861 Copenhagen

Best regards

Elsebeth Paikin, President
Jewish Genealogical Society of Denmark:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgs-denmark/
&
SIG Coordinator and webmaster:
JewishGen's Scandinavia SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia/
mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk


Liverpool Jewish Archives and Rice Lane Cemetery #unitedkingdom

Myra & Peter Waddell <mpwaddell@...>
 

Sometime ago, I read and kept an article about Liverpool Jewish Archives
online. I've just found it again and sent an email to Berny Goodheart
who, I believe, planned to make all this happen. He also wrote that he
had digital photos of some of the gravestones.

I just emailed him and it bounced back to me. I wonder whether this
went ahead and, if so, whether someone could put me in touch with him.

Failing this, is there perhaps some kind person who could take photos of
the tombstones of my great-grandparents, Hyman and Deborah Leah (Dora)
Goldenberg who are buried in one of the Liverpool cemeteries. I know
it's one of the closed cemeteries and I think it's Rice Lane.
Hyman died 2nd June, 1923 and Dora 8th February 1937. I would dearly
love photos of their tombstones, in order to discover their parents'
names - or, at least, their fathers' names. Myra Waddell (Adelaide,
South Australia)

GOLDENBERG, SAMUELS, Romania/France. England, London and Liverpool.
BORKOVSKY/BORKOWSKY, Kolno, Lomza Gubernia. Irkutsk, Siberia.
France/England, London/Liverpool.
OUZNER, OSNER, POSNER, Khotin, Romania - London, England - POSNER also
America.
BORZIANSKY, Kamenets-Podolskiy/Winnitza, Ukraine.


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Liverpool Jewish Archives and Rice Lane Cemetery #unitedkingdom

Myra & Peter Waddell <mpwaddell@...>
 

Sometime ago, I read and kept an article about Liverpool Jewish Archives
online. I've just found it again and sent an email to Berny Goodheart
who, I believe, planned to make all this happen. He also wrote that he
had digital photos of some of the gravestones.

I just emailed him and it bounced back to me. I wonder whether this
went ahead and, if so, whether someone could put me in touch with him.

Failing this, is there perhaps some kind person who could take photos of
the tombstones of my great-grandparents, Hyman and Deborah Leah (Dora)
Goldenberg who are buried in one of the Liverpool cemeteries. I know
it's one of the closed cemeteries and I think it's Rice Lane.
Hyman died 2nd June, 1923 and Dora 8th February 1937. I would dearly
love photos of their tombstones, in order to discover their parents'
names - or, at least, their fathers' names. Myra Waddell (Adelaide,
South Australia)

GOLDENBERG, SAMUELS, Romania/France. England, London and Liverpool.
BORKOVSKY/BORKOWSKY, Kolno, Lomza Gubernia. Irkutsk, Siberia.
France/England, London/Liverpool.
OUZNER, OSNER, POSNER, Khotin, Romania - London, England - POSNER also
America.
BORZIANSKY, Kamenets-Podolskiy/Winnitza, Ukraine.


BEHMOIRAS and BENBASSAT from Plovdiv, Bulgaria and Vienna #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Following the query about Nissim BEHMOIRAS/BEHMORIAS (>from Brunn; mother's
maiden name BENBASSET/BENBASSAT) killed in 1917 (WW1) in Palestine and buried
on the Mount of Olives, Jerusalem, today I investigated the namesakes
living/buried in Vienna.

Leon BEHMOIRAS, born 14.5.1894 (or possibly 12.5.1894) in
Pilippopel/Philippople, Plovdiv in Bulgarian was single and a Kaufmann,
He moved between Vienna (arrived April 1921), Plovdiv, Berlin and Istanbul. In
1938 he was "abgemeldet" to Istanbul. There I lost the trail.

There is no sign of our family - Nissim BEHMOIRAS and his parents Jaques und
Gracia BEHMOIRAS, nee BENBESSAT/BENBASSAT in the Vienna archives. Probably they
lived semi-permanently in Brunb/Brno, Moravia

Furthermore, there are two BENBASSAT buried in Vienna:

Buchor age 49 died 24.02.1908 buried 26.02.1908 Zentralfriedhof Gate 1 Group 8
Row 57 Grave 49A
Elieser Mordechai age 58 died 28.12.1920 buried 30.12.1920
Zentralfriedhof Gate IV Group 3 Row 10 Grave 21

I checked their data and they were both >from Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

Celia Male (U.K.)


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech BEHMOIRAS and BENBASSAT from Plovdiv, Bulgaria and Vienna #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Following the query about Nissim BEHMOIRAS/BEHMORIAS (>from Brunn; mother's
maiden name BENBASSET/BENBASSAT) killed in 1917 (WW1) in Palestine and buried
on the Mount of Olives, Jerusalem, today I investigated the namesakes
living/buried in Vienna.

Leon BEHMOIRAS, born 14.5.1894 (or possibly 12.5.1894) in
Pilippopel/Philippople, Plovdiv in Bulgarian was single and a Kaufmann,
He moved between Vienna (arrived April 1921), Plovdiv, Berlin and Istanbul. In
1938 he was "abgemeldet" to Istanbul. There I lost the trail.

There is no sign of our family - Nissim BEHMOIRAS and his parents Jaques und
Gracia BEHMOIRAS, nee BENBESSAT/BENBASSAT in the Vienna archives. Probably they
lived semi-permanently in Brunb/Brno, Moravia

Furthermore, there are two BENBASSAT buried in Vienna:

Buchor age 49 died 24.02.1908 buried 26.02.1908 Zentralfriedhof Gate 1 Group 8
Row 57 Grave 49A
Elieser Mordechai age 58 died 28.12.1920 buried 30.12.1920
Zentralfriedhof Gate IV Group 3 Row 10 Grave 21

I checked their data and they were both >from Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

Celia Male (U.K.)


Re: Vienna telephone directory #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

I have the 1933 family copy of the Vienna Lehmann telephone directory and the
complete set is in the Wiener Stadt und Landesarchiv (Gasometer), Vienna.

Greetings >from Vienna, where Sigger Dora Donis (Houston) and I had a reunion
today.

Celia Male (U.K.)


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re:Vienna telephone directory #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

I have the 1933 family copy of the Vienna Lehmann telephone directory and the
complete set is in the Wiener Stadt und Landesarchiv (Gasometer), Vienna.

Greetings >from Vienna, where Sigger Dora Donis (Houston) and I had a reunion
today.

Celia Male (U.K.)


looking for former Serock, Poland residents and decendents #general

jef barnett
 

I was looking to contact any former residents of Serock, Poland or
their descendents. I am involved in a project concerning the Jewish
cemetery that existed before WWII.
We are not trying to raise funds >from this email, just to get in touch
with those of interest in Serock and make them aware of what is
happening.

Jef Barnett
Bensalem, PA

BANDRYMER (Bandrimer or Bandremer) -Serock, Pultusk, Rozan Poland
KRASHA - Serock, Krasnosielc Poland
NOWAK (Novak, Nowack) -Serock, Krasnosielc Poland
BULMAN- Poland
SOLARZ- Serock, Krasnosielc Poland (lost in the Holocaust)
SILVERBERG- Serock, Krasnosielc Poland (lost in the Holocaust)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen looking for former Serock, Poland residents and decendents #general

jef barnett
 

I was looking to contact any former residents of Serock, Poland or
their descendents. I am involved in a project concerning the Jewish
cemetery that existed before WWII.
We are not trying to raise funds >from this email, just to get in touch
with those of interest in Serock and make them aware of what is
happening.

Jef Barnett
Bensalem, PA

BANDRYMER (Bandrimer or Bandremer) -Serock, Pultusk, Rozan Poland
KRASHA - Serock, Krasnosielc Poland
NOWAK (Novak, Nowack) -Serock, Krasnosielc Poland
BULMAN- Poland
SOLARZ- Serock, Krasnosielc Poland (lost in the Holocaust)
SILVERBERG- Serock, Krasnosielc Poland (lost in the Holocaust)