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Knights of Zaslav #ukraine

L A <lisala7366@...>
 

Does anyone know what this is?
Thank You
Lisa Arnett nee Golden.... Originally >from Boston
suburbs living in Philadelphia suburbs.
Researching Goldman and Greenblatt of Kishinev and
Shargarod Ukraine, Finegold, somewhere in Russia ,
Golden of Romania


Uman Cemetery #ukraine

Joyce Field
 

If anyone has a list of the gravestones >from Uman Cemetery or any
other cemetery, please contact me so that we can talk about your
donating the data to the JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry
(JOWBR). Approximately 630,000 burial records, many with
accompanying photos of the tombstone, are already in the searchable
database, at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/cemetery/. See the
contents of the database--a cemetery inventory--at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/tree/CemList.htm.

Please contact me at or Nolan Altman, JOWBR technical coordinator.
Nolan can be reached at nta@pipeline.com.

Joyce Field
JewishGen VP, Data Acquisition


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Knights of Zaslav #ukraine

L A <lisala7366@...>
 

Does anyone know what this is?
Thank You
Lisa Arnett nee Golden.... Originally >from Boston
suburbs living in Philadelphia suburbs.
Researching Goldman and Greenblatt of Kishinev and
Shargarod Ukraine, Finegold, somewhere in Russia ,
Golden of Romania


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Uman Cemetery #ukraine

Joyce Field
 

If anyone has a list of the gravestones >from Uman Cemetery or any
other cemetery, please contact me so that we can talk about your
donating the data to the JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry
(JOWBR). Approximately 630,000 burial records, many with
accompanying photos of the tombstone, are already in the searchable
database, at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/cemetery/. See the
contents of the database--a cemetery inventory--at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/tree/CemList.htm.

Please contact me at or Nolan Altman, JOWBR technical coordinator.
Nolan can be reached at nta@pipeline.com.

Joyce Field
JewishGen VP, Data Acquisition


Re: PARDO from Hamburg Altona to Venezuela & Curacao #latinamerica

Van Wijngaarden <hvw79@...>
 

Daniel Augusto Pardo

In reply to your question about the Pardo family I can tell you the
following:

According to several sources, among which the publication by Michel
Studemund Halevy "Biographisches Lexikon der Hamburger Sefarden" page 736
your ggf Isaac Joseph Pardo was born in 1824 in Schwerin, and married to
Maria de Jesus Mendes Monsanto, born 1824 in Curacao. He died in 1887 in
Hamburg.

His brother Michael Pardo born 8.11.1818 in Schwerin married 13.10.1850 to
Ester de Joseph Luria Luria de Lemos. Ester was born 27.6.1818 in Altona .
They emigrated to Venezuelea.
from this marriage are:
Jose Pardo b 22. 10.1853 in Caracas and died in Hamburg in 20.5.1914. Jose
was married to Lucia Pardo born 8.8.1855 in Caracas
Angelina Pardo b. 17.11.1854
Hana Pardo b 22.4.1858
Henry Gabriel Pardo b 22.8.1859

The parents of Isaac Joseph and Michael were: Jacob de Aron de Isaac Pardo,
born 6.4.1786 Hamburg, he died in Santo Domingo on 6 december 1826. Jacob
was married to Angela Nehemias (Pardo) in Hamburg on 12 July 1805.

Aron de Isaac was born- Curacao. 10 dec 1757 and married to Hana Abendana
Belmonte in Amsterdam 27 augustus 1783. Aron Pardo died in Curacao 1814.
Hana born 1760 Hamburg.

Isaac born ca 1724 in Curacao or London and he died in 1814 in Curacao, he
was married 1 May 1749 probably Curacao to Abigail Vaz Farro ( 1729-1782)
who died in 1782 in Curacao.

Anyway this story continues backward. You MUST also take a look at the
genealogical goldmines that were written by
Isaac S. Emmanuel and his wife Suzanne A. Emmanuel called:

History of the Jews of the Netherlands Antilles ( 2 volumes)
and also by him a book called :
Precious Stones which describes the tombstones plus elaborate family history
of the Sephardic families of Curacao
The Pardo family was also researched and written in the Swiss magazine
Majaan/ Die Quelle by I think the authour of the Lexicon Michel Studemund
Halevy >from Hamburg.

Maybe this helps.

Rene van Wijngaarden

Anybody researching the name Delvalle, Salom del Valle or Van Daelen please
contact me
BTW have you contacted Mrs. Monsanto >from Curacao already ? I will BCC this
message to her


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would not have been posted to the entire group, Rene provides information on
resources that can be a benefit to others and for this reason it is being shared
with the entire mailing list.


Latin America #LatinAmerica Re: PARDO from Hamburg Altona to Venezuela & Curacao #latinamerica

Van Wijngaarden <hvw79@...>
 

Daniel Augusto Pardo

In reply to your question about the Pardo family I can tell you the
following:

According to several sources, among which the publication by Michel
Studemund Halevy "Biographisches Lexikon der Hamburger Sefarden" page 736
your ggf Isaac Joseph Pardo was born in 1824 in Schwerin, and married to
Maria de Jesus Mendes Monsanto, born 1824 in Curacao. He died in 1887 in
Hamburg.

His brother Michael Pardo born 8.11.1818 in Schwerin married 13.10.1850 to
Ester de Joseph Luria Luria de Lemos. Ester was born 27.6.1818 in Altona .
They emigrated to Venezuelea.
from this marriage are:
Jose Pardo b 22. 10.1853 in Caracas and died in Hamburg in 20.5.1914. Jose
was married to Lucia Pardo born 8.8.1855 in Caracas
Angelina Pardo b. 17.11.1854
Hana Pardo b 22.4.1858
Henry Gabriel Pardo b 22.8.1859

The parents of Isaac Joseph and Michael were: Jacob de Aron de Isaac Pardo,
born 6.4.1786 Hamburg, he died in Santo Domingo on 6 december 1826. Jacob
was married to Angela Nehemias (Pardo) in Hamburg on 12 July 1805.

Aron de Isaac was born- Curacao. 10 dec 1757 and married to Hana Abendana
Belmonte in Amsterdam 27 augustus 1783. Aron Pardo died in Curacao 1814.
Hana born 1760 Hamburg.

Isaac born ca 1724 in Curacao or London and he died in 1814 in Curacao, he
was married 1 May 1749 probably Curacao to Abigail Vaz Farro ( 1729-1782)
who died in 1782 in Curacao.

Anyway this story continues backward. You MUST also take a look at the
genealogical goldmines that were written by
Isaac S. Emmanuel and his wife Suzanne A. Emmanuel called:

History of the Jews of the Netherlands Antilles ( 2 volumes)
and also by him a book called :
Precious Stones which describes the tombstones plus elaborate family history
of the Sephardic families of Curacao
The Pardo family was also researched and written in the Swiss magazine
Majaan/ Die Quelle by I think the authour of the Lexicon Michel Studemund
Halevy >from Hamburg.

Maybe this helps.

Rene van Wijngaarden

Anybody researching the name Delvalle, Salom del Valle or Van Daelen please
contact me
BTW have you contacted Mrs. Monsanto >from Curacao already ? I will BCC this
message to her


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Look up Bevis Mark Marriages #unitedkingdom

Aubrey Jacobus <zen28027@...>
 

Would any lister be kind enough and willing to check Bevis Marks marriages
c 1850

Thanks

Aubrey Jacobus

London

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JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Look up Bevis Mark Marriages #unitedkingdom

Aubrey Jacobus <zen28027@...>
 

Would any lister be kind enough and willing to check Bevis Marks marriages
c 1850

Thanks

Aubrey Jacobus

London

MODERATOR NOTE: The Bevis Marks marriages are available on line in the searchable
Supplementary database at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/UK


Listing of Belchatow Jews Pre-1940 #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

In August 1992, on the 50th Anniversary of the Liquidation
of the Jewish Ghetto in Belchatow, representatives of Jewish
Belchatower Societies, led by Menachem Sharon, former
secretary of the Israeli embassy in Warsaw and now chairman
of the Belchatower Society in Israel, with the support of
the mayor of Belchatow, erected a memorial monument made
from parts of broken gravestones in a public park on the
site of the former Jewish cemetery. [See photos at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Belchatow/gravestones.ht
m ]. To see photos of the 1992 ceremony, go to
http://www.jri-poland.org/belchatow_memorial.htm

At the ceremony, Menachem Sharon was presented a 137-page
document listing all the Jews who lived in Belchatow as of
1939 along with their dates of birth (very few do not have
the dates included). This effort was led by the late Mr.
Boguslaw Dziedzic, Director of the Regional Museum in
Belchatow and the President of the Association of the
Friends of Belchatow. The list which contains the names of
over 6,000 Jews was compiled mostly >from the Belchatow Book
of Residents but may have also been added to >from vital
records and recollections of neighbors. Several of the names
appear more than once on the original list, probably because
people were listed a few times in the Book of Residents.
Sometimes a person is listed twice on the database but with
dates of birth that differ by one number. Possibly a
different date was reported depending upon who gave the
information at the time the Book of Residents was compiled.
The database of these names reflects these inconsistencies.

Mr. Sharon presented this document to me in July 2004. Of
the 137 pages, one page (number 32) is missing. This would
contain up to 52 people with surnames beginning with the
letters "F" but mostly "G." The original list is in
alphabetical order but only as far as the first letter, so
the missing surnames can be any starting with these letters.

The database contains a few other obvious errors which are
present in the original list. These were not corrected, but
noted in a column added to the file.

This list is now searchbale on the Jewish Records
Indexing-Poland website.

This information is accessible to you today thanks to the
efforts of two volunteers who helped prepare it for the
internet. The 137-page document was scanned by Hadassah
Lipsius. Logan Kleinwaks then took the scans and translated
them into type-written text using Optical Character
Recognition (OCR) technology. He then manually corrected any
obvious errors.

Thanks to Jewish Records Indexing-Poland for providing the
database expertise to make this information accessible and
to JewishGen Inc. for providing the website.

Happy Chanukah!!

Roni

(Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz)
Scarsdale, New York
Lodz ShtetLinks
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lodz/index.htm
Lodz Area Research Group (LARG)
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lodz/LARG.htm
Belchatow ShtetLink
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/belchatow/
Belchatow Shtetl CO-OP, Jewish Records Indexing- Poland,
http://www.jri-Poland.org/belchatow.htm
Belchatow Yizkor Book Project
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Belchatow/Belchatow.html


JRI Poland #Poland Listing of Belchatow Jews Pre-1940 #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

In August 1992, on the 50th Anniversary of the Liquidation
of the Jewish Ghetto in Belchatow, representatives of Jewish
Belchatower Societies, led by Menachem Sharon, former
secretary of the Israeli embassy in Warsaw and now chairman
of the Belchatower Society in Israel, with the support of
the mayor of Belchatow, erected a memorial monument made
from parts of broken gravestones in a public park on the
site of the former Jewish cemetery. [See photos at
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Belchatow/gravestones.ht
m ]. To see photos of the 1992 ceremony, go to
http://www.jri-poland.org/belchatow_memorial.htm

At the ceremony, Menachem Sharon was presented a 137-page
document listing all the Jews who lived in Belchatow as of
1939 along with their dates of birth (very few do not have
the dates included). This effort was led by the late Mr.
Boguslaw Dziedzic, Director of the Regional Museum in
Belchatow and the President of the Association of the
Friends of Belchatow. The list which contains the names of
over 6,000 Jews was compiled mostly >from the Belchatow Book
of Residents but may have also been added to >from vital
records and recollections of neighbors. Several of the names
appear more than once on the original list, probably because
people were listed a few times in the Book of Residents.
Sometimes a person is listed twice on the database but with
dates of birth that differ by one number. Possibly a
different date was reported depending upon who gave the
information at the time the Book of Residents was compiled.
The database of these names reflects these inconsistencies.

Mr. Sharon presented this document to me in July 2004. Of
the 137 pages, one page (number 32) is missing. This would
contain up to 52 people with surnames beginning with the
letters "F" but mostly "G." The original list is in
alphabetical order but only as far as the first letter, so
the missing surnames can be any starting with these letters.

The database contains a few other obvious errors which are
present in the original list. These were not corrected, but
noted in a column added to the file.

This list is now searchbale on the Jewish Records
Indexing-Poland website.

This information is accessible to you today thanks to the
efforts of two volunteers who helped prepare it for the
internet. The 137-page document was scanned by Hadassah
Lipsius. Logan Kleinwaks then took the scans and translated
them into type-written text using Optical Character
Recognition (OCR) technology. He then manually corrected any
obvious errors.

Thanks to Jewish Records Indexing-Poland for providing the
database expertise to make this information accessible and
to JewishGen Inc. for providing the website.

Happy Chanukah!!

Roni

(Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz)
Scarsdale, New York
Lodz ShtetLinks
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lodz/index.htm
Lodz Area Research Group (LARG)
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lodz/LARG.htm
Belchatow ShtetLink
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/belchatow/
Belchatow Shtetl CO-OP, Jewish Records Indexing- Poland,
http://www.jri-Poland.org/belchatow.htm
Belchatow Yizkor Book Project
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Belchatow/Belchatow.html


Researching TEICHER from Sambor and Drohobycz #galicia

Vika Teicher <vikateicher@...>
 

Hello,

I just joined the Galicia SIG. I have been doing genealogy
research on and off for about 3 years. I consider myself to be
novice. I live in Oakland, California, USA, and my native language
is English.

The family names and towns that I am researching are:

Elias TEICHER - Sambor 1906
Isak or Yitschok TEICHER - Sambor and Drohobycz
Gittel LIEBERMANN - Sambor and Drohobycz
Cipora WEBER - Frystak 1904

My grandfather, Elias TEICHER, was born in Sambor on Jan 4, 1906.
He died in New York City on June 21, 2001. His parents were Isak
(or Yitschok) TEICHER and Gittel LIEBERMANN. I believe two of his
sisters were Chane TEICHER, born in Drohobycz in 1899, and Chaje
Lifsche TEICHER, born in Drohobycz in 1902. I'm looking for a copy
of Elias' birth certificate or any other documentation proving he
was Polish. I'm also looking for any other information on his
family.

My grandmother, Cipora Weber, was born in Frystak on February 1,
1904. She married Elias Teicher while in Berlin on July 11,
1929. She died in New York City in September 1992. I'm looking for
any information about her family.

Thank you!

Victoria Teicher
vikateicher@yahoo.com
Oakland, California

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Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Researching TEICHER from Sambor and Drohobycz #galicia

Vika Teicher <vikateicher@...>
 

Hello,

I just joined the Galicia SIG. I have been doing genealogy
research on and off for about 3 years. I consider myself to be
novice. I live in Oakland, California, USA, and my native language
is English.

The family names and towns that I am researching are:

Elias TEICHER - Sambor 1906
Isak or Yitschok TEICHER - Sambor and Drohobycz
Gittel LIEBERMANN - Sambor and Drohobycz
Cipora WEBER - Frystak 1904

My grandfather, Elias TEICHER, was born in Sambor on Jan 4, 1906.
He died in New York City on June 21, 2001. His parents were Isak
(or Yitschok) TEICHER and Gittel LIEBERMANN. I believe two of his
sisters were Chane TEICHER, born in Drohobycz in 1899, and Chaje
Lifsche TEICHER, born in Drohobycz in 1902. I'm looking for a copy
of Elias' birth certificate or any other documentation proving he
was Polish. I'm also looking for any other information on his
family.

My grandmother, Cipora Weber, was born in Frystak on February 1,
1904. She married Elias Teicher while in Berlin on July 11,
1929. She died in New York City in September 1992. I'm looking for
any information about her family.

Thank you!

Victoria Teicher
vikateicher@yahoo.com
Oakland, California

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and Vicinity Research Group and more than two dozen other Special
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Martin PACH - Berlin Doctor ca 1890 - 1918 #germany

Geoff Kaiser <geoff.kaiser@...>
 

Dear Researchers,

My G grandmother Helene KAISER geb PACH had a brother Dr Martin PACH (born
1862 in Unruhstadt) who became a Dr and lived in Berlin until about 1918
when he died (unknown causes).
Anecdotal family information has him mentioned as being "sanitaetsrat",
which I believe is some form of higher recognition / qualification as a
medical expert.
Can anyone advise me about how I may be able to gather more information on
him via lists of Berlin Doctors or perhaps University records, Berlin
newspapers etc. Any suggestions for where to look for additional
information would be appreciated. Many thanks,

Geoff Kaiser Melbourne - Australia <geoff.kaiser@hotmail.com>


German SIG #Germany Martin PACH - Berlin Doctor ca 1890 - 1918 #germany

Geoff Kaiser <geoff.kaiser@...>
 

Dear Researchers,

My G grandmother Helene KAISER geb PACH had a brother Dr Martin PACH (born
1862 in Unruhstadt) who became a Dr and lived in Berlin until about 1918
when he died (unknown causes).
Anecdotal family information has him mentioned as being "sanitaetsrat",
which I believe is some form of higher recognition / qualification as a
medical expert.
Can anyone advise me about how I may be able to gather more information on
him via lists of Berlin Doctors or perhaps University records, Berlin
newspapers etc. Any suggestions for where to look for additional
information would be appreciated. Many thanks,

Geoff Kaiser Melbourne - Australia <geoff.kaiser@hotmail.com>


Breslau marriage records for 1880 #germany

Oliver Bryk <oliverbryk@...>
 

As far as I know my widowed ggf married his second wife in Breslau in 1880.
I am hoping that the record of their marriage would provide some details of
her ancestry and place of birth. Can anyone suggest a point of contact for
the Jewish community of the former Breslau, now Wroclaw?

Oliver Bryk, San Francisco <oliverbryk@comcast.net>


German SIG #Germany Breslau marriage records for 1880 #germany

Oliver Bryk <oliverbryk@...>
 

As far as I know my widowed ggf married his second wife in Breslau in 1880.
I am hoping that the record of their marriage would provide some details of
her ancestry and place of birth. Can anyone suggest a point of contact for
the Jewish community of the former Breslau, now Wroclaw?

Oliver Bryk, San Francisco <oliverbryk@comcast.net>


Martin PACH - Berlin Doctor ca 1890 - 1918 #poland

Geoff Kaiser <geoff.kaiser@...>
 

Dear Researchers,

my G grandmother Helene KAISER geb PACH had a brother Dr Martin PACH (born
1862 in Unruhstadt) who became a Dr and lived in Berlin until about 1918
when he died (unknown causes).
Anecdotal family information has him mentioned as being "sanitaetsrat",
which I believe is some form of higher recognition / qualification as a
medical expert.
Can anyone advise me about how I may be able to gather more information on
him via lists of Berlin Doctors or perhaps University records, Berlin
newspapers etc. Any suggestions for where to look for additional
information would be appreciated.

Many thanks
Geoff Kaiser
Melbourne - Australia


JRI Poland #Poland Martin PACH - Berlin Doctor ca 1890 - 1918 #poland

Geoff Kaiser <geoff.kaiser@...>
 

Dear Researchers,

my G grandmother Helene KAISER geb PACH had a brother Dr Martin PACH (born
1862 in Unruhstadt) who became a Dr and lived in Berlin until about 1918
when he died (unknown causes).
Anecdotal family information has him mentioned as being "sanitaetsrat",
which I believe is some form of higher recognition / qualification as a
medical expert.
Can anyone advise me about how I may be able to gather more information on
him via lists of Berlin Doctors or perhaps University records, Berlin
newspapers etc. Any suggestions for where to look for additional
information would be appreciated.

Many thanks
Geoff Kaiser
Melbourne - Australia


Re: Seeking Town Identification #poland

Carlos Glikson
 

Jonathan Wind mentioned his grandfather emigrated >from Rzeszow, Poland, and
that he could not identify the town listed as his "last residence" on the
ship's manifest, which looks like "Brzewa." . He also added that the
ShtetlSeeker site didn't solve his query.

ShtetlSeeker gives the coordinates for Rzeszów, 158.0 miles SSE of
Warszawa, as 50°03' 22°00' . Using ShtetlSeeker's Radius Search in
http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/LocRad.asp
to find the towns in a 30 mile radius of Rzeszów's coordinates, I came up
with certain "possibles".

Unfortunately, I do not know how to pronounce the Polish names for the
towns. Allowing pronounciation variants, initial letter or whole sound
misunderstanding, mistaken handwritten transcriptions, and other reasons for
change , I wonder if Jonathan´s grandfather's last residence (seemingly
"Brzewa" in the manifest) could have been one of the following examples
around Rzeszow :

Krzywa 50°05'N 21°44'E 12.0 miles W of Rzeszów
Krzywe, Krzywa 49°49'N 21°58'E 16.2 miles S of Rzeszów
Braciejowa 49°59'N 21°26'E 25.6 miles W of Rzeszów

There are more than 900 names to check with ShtetlSeeker's Radius Search
within 30 miles of Rzeszow. Perhaps someone knowledgeable in Polish may find
a confusion of "Brzewa" and Braciejowa possible or unacceptable, for
example, or suggest other "possible originals" for "Brzewa".

Carlos Glikson


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Seeking Town Identification #poland

Carlos Glikson
 

Jonathan Wind mentioned his grandfather emigrated >from Rzeszow, Poland, and
that he could not identify the town listed as his "last residence" on the
ship's manifest, which looks like "Brzewa." . He also added that the
ShtetlSeeker site didn't solve his query.

ShtetlSeeker gives the coordinates for Rzeszów, 158.0 miles SSE of
Warszawa, as 50°03' 22°00' . Using ShtetlSeeker's Radius Search in
http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/LocRad.asp
to find the towns in a 30 mile radius of Rzeszów's coordinates, I came up
with certain "possibles".

Unfortunately, I do not know how to pronounce the Polish names for the
towns. Allowing pronounciation variants, initial letter or whole sound
misunderstanding, mistaken handwritten transcriptions, and other reasons for
change , I wonder if Jonathan´s grandfather's last residence (seemingly
"Brzewa" in the manifest) could have been one of the following examples
around Rzeszow :

Krzywa 50°05'N 21°44'E 12.0 miles W of Rzeszów
Krzywe, Krzywa 49°49'N 21°58'E 16.2 miles S of Rzeszów
Braciejowa 49°59'N 21°26'E 25.6 miles W of Rzeszów

There are more than 900 names to check with ShtetlSeeker's Radius Search
within 30 miles of Rzeszow. Perhaps someone knowledgeable in Polish may find
a confusion of "Brzewa" and Braciejowa possible or unacceptable, for
example, or suggest other "possible originals" for "Brzewa".

Carlos Glikson