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Re: old German - GOTTLIEB of Grebenau 4 - ViewMate-Job done thanks #germany

Tamar Amit <tamar.amit@...>
 

Hello fellow Siggers,
I now have transcriptions of the reply I got >from Grebenau and of some
of the documents.
I no longer need translations of VM 8927 and 8928. Thanks,

Tamar Amit, Givatayim, Israel <tamar.amit@gmail.com>


Correction to Call For Papers - 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy #latvia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Correction to previous mail:
Call For Papers - 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy

The recent posting on reminder for Call For Papers contained
some errors in the allotted number of words for biographies
and abstracts. We have extended the submission date from
December 15 to December 31, 2006! We apologize for any
inconvenience that our error caused you.
Thank you

Please respond with any questions to
Carole Montello, chairperson of the 2007 Program committee at
program@slc2007.org

The 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy is soliciting
papers to be presented at the conference >from July 15-20, 2007.
While the programming of the lectures/workshops is proceeding
at a fast clip, we have open lecture slots.

We will be happy to consider proposals until December 31, 2006.
To be considered you must submit a 125-word biography and a
125-word abstract on the Call For Papers located at
www.slc2007.org.

The program committee will advise you of our decision by February
1, 2007.

We are looking for topics of wide interest, topics that are new
and/or unique, and in areas of interest not covered by other
speakers.

Primary consideration will be to those programs not presented
at the last 3 conferences.

Our preference is for speakers who have done extensive on-line or
in person research in the following areas: Eastern Europe, South
America, & Israel.

Other areas of interest that will be considered are Emigration &/or
Immigration records, specifically >from Hamburg, Bremen, Rotterdam and
Liverpool. Methodology and little used or little known resources will
also be considered for presentation at the conference.

If you have any questions as to subject matter of your presentation
please contact
Carole Montello at
program@slc2007.org.


Correction to Call For Papers - 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy #scandinavia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

The recent posting on reminder for Call For Papers contained
some errors in the allotted number of words for biographies
and abstracts. We have extended the submission date from
December 15 to December 31, 2006! We apologize for any
inconvenience that our error caused you.
Thank you.

Please respond with any questions to
Carole Montello, chairperson of the 2007 Program committee at
program@slc2007.org

The 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy is soliciting
papers to be presented at the conference >from July 15-20, 2007.
While the programming of the lectures/workshops is proceeding
at a fast clip, we have open lecture slots.

We will be happy to consider proposals until December 31, 2006.
To be considered you must submit a 125-word biography and a
125-word abstract on the Call For Papers located at
www.slc2007.org.

The program committee will advise you of our decision by February
1, 2007.

We are looking for topics of wide interest, topics that are new
and/or unique, and in areas of interest not covered by other
speakers.

Primary consideration will be to those programs not presented
at the last 3 conferences.

Our preference is for speakers who have done extensive on-line or
in person research in the following areas: Eastern Europe, South
America, & Israel.

Other areas of interest that will be considered are Emigration &/or
Immigration records, specifically >from Hamburg, Bremen, Rotterdam and
Liverpool. Methodology and little used or little known resources will
also be considered for presentation at the conference.

If you have any questions as to subject matter of your presentation
please contact
Carole Montello at
program@slc2007.org.


German SIG #Germany Re: old German - GOTTLIEB of Grebenau 4 - ViewMate-Job done thanks #germany

Tamar Amit <tamar.amit@...>
 

Hello fellow Siggers,
I now have transcriptions of the reply I got >from Grebenau and of some
of the documents.
I no longer need translations of VM 8927 and 8928. Thanks,

Tamar Amit, Givatayim, Israel <tamar.amit@gmail.com>


Latvia SIG #Latvia Correction to Call For Papers - 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy #latvia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Correction to previous mail:
Call For Papers - 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy

The recent posting on reminder for Call For Papers contained
some errors in the allotted number of words for biographies
and abstracts. We have extended the submission date from
December 15 to December 31, 2006! We apologize for any
inconvenience that our error caused you.
Thank you

Please respond with any questions to
Carole Montello, chairperson of the 2007 Program committee at
program@slc2007.org

The 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy is soliciting
papers to be presented at the conference >from July 15-20, 2007.
While the programming of the lectures/workshops is proceeding
at a fast clip, we have open lecture slots.

We will be happy to consider proposals until December 31, 2006.
To be considered you must submit a 125-word biography and a
125-word abstract on the Call For Papers located at
www.slc2007.org.

The program committee will advise you of our decision by February
1, 2007.

We are looking for topics of wide interest, topics that are new
and/or unique, and in areas of interest not covered by other
speakers.

Primary consideration will be to those programs not presented
at the last 3 conferences.

Our preference is for speakers who have done extensive on-line or
in person research in the following areas: Eastern Europe, South
America, & Israel.

Other areas of interest that will be considered are Emigration &/or
Immigration records, specifically >from Hamburg, Bremen, Rotterdam and
Liverpool. Methodology and little used or little known resources will
also be considered for presentation at the conference.

If you have any questions as to subject matter of your presentation
please contact
Carole Montello at
program@slc2007.org.


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Correction to Call For Papers - 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy #scandinavia

Elsebeth Paikin
 

The recent posting on reminder for Call For Papers contained
some errors in the allotted number of words for biographies
and abstracts. We have extended the submission date from
December 15 to December 31, 2006! We apologize for any
inconvenience that our error caused you.
Thank you.

Please respond with any questions to
Carole Montello, chairperson of the 2007 Program committee at
program@slc2007.org

The 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy is soliciting
papers to be presented at the conference >from July 15-20, 2007.
While the programming of the lectures/workshops is proceeding
at a fast clip, we have open lecture slots.

We will be happy to consider proposals until December 31, 2006.
To be considered you must submit a 125-word biography and a
125-word abstract on the Call For Papers located at
www.slc2007.org.

The program committee will advise you of our decision by February
1, 2007.

We are looking for topics of wide interest, topics that are new
and/or unique, and in areas of interest not covered by other
speakers.

Primary consideration will be to those programs not presented
at the last 3 conferences.

Our preference is for speakers who have done extensive on-line or
in person research in the following areas: Eastern Europe, South
America, & Israel.

Other areas of interest that will be considered are Emigration &/or
Immigration records, specifically >from Hamburg, Bremen, Rotterdam and
Liverpool. Methodology and little used or little known resources will
also be considered for presentation at the conference.

If you have any questions as to subject matter of your presentation
please contact
Carole Montello at
program@slc2007.org.


Bluefield, West Virginia #general

raphael c greenspon
 

Been told that my grandmother, Ida LIPNICK nee: GREENSPON , wrote a
cousin in Bluefield, West Virginia. >from her home town, Baltimore.

This cousins married name was RODGIN and her surname was Greenspon. I
was able to find the death certificates of Greenspons buried there and
they state that they were originally >from Tavrig, Lithuania, the same
town where my great grandfather Raphael Greenspon came. I have yet to
piece the families together. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Raphael Chaim Greenspon
Chicago

Reasearching: GREENSPON, LIPNICK, SHERESHEVSKY, BERONOVITCH, ZIEGLMAN,
SCHABES,LAZEROVITCH


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bluefield, West Virginia #general

raphael c greenspon
 

Been told that my grandmother, Ida LIPNICK nee: GREENSPON , wrote a
cousin in Bluefield, West Virginia. >from her home town, Baltimore.

This cousins married name was RODGIN and her surname was Greenspon. I
was able to find the death certificates of Greenspons buried there and
they state that they were originally >from Tavrig, Lithuania, the same
town where my great grandfather Raphael Greenspon came. I have yet to
piece the families together. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Raphael Chaim Greenspon
Chicago

Reasearching: GREENSPON, LIPNICK, SHERESHEVSKY, BERONOVITCH, ZIEGLMAN,
SCHABES,LAZEROVITCH


Correction to Conference Call for Papers message #romania

Mark Vigder <mark.vigder@...>
 

The recent posting on reminder for Call For Papers contained
some errors in the allotted number of words for biographies
and abstracts. We have extended the submission date >from December 15 to
December 31, 2006! We apologize for any inconvenience that our
error caused you. Thank you

Please respond with any questions to Carole Montello, chairperson of the
2007 Program committee at program@slc2007.org

The 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy is soliciting papers to
be presented at the conference >from July 15-20, 2007. While the
programming of the lectures/workshops is proceeding at a fast clip, we
have open lecture slots.

We will be happy to consider proposals until December 31, 2006. To be
considered you must submit a 125-word biography and a 125-word abstract
on the Call For Papers located at www.slc2007.org. The program committee
will advise you of our decision by February 1, 2007.

We are looking for topics of wide interest, topics that are new and/or
unique, and in areas of interest not covered by other speakers.

Primary consideration will be to those programs not presented at the
last 3 conferences.

Our preference is for speakers who have done extensive on-line or in
person research in the following areas: Eastern Europe, South America,
& Israel.

Other areas of interest that will be considered are Emigration &/or
Immigration records, specifically >from Hamburg, Bremen, Rotterdam and
Liverpool. Methodology and little used or little known resources will
also be considered for presentation at the conference.

If you have any questions as to subject matter of your presentation
please contact Carole Montello at program@slc2007.org.


Romania SIG #Romania Correction to Conference Call for Papers message #romania

Mark Vigder <mark.vigder@...>
 

The recent posting on reminder for Call For Papers contained
some errors in the allotted number of words for biographies
and abstracts. We have extended the submission date >from December 15 to
December 31, 2006! We apologize for any inconvenience that our
error caused you. Thank you

Please respond with any questions to Carole Montello, chairperson of the
2007 Program committee at program@slc2007.org

The 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy is soliciting papers to
be presented at the conference >from July 15-20, 2007. While the
programming of the lectures/workshops is proceeding at a fast clip, we
have open lecture slots.

We will be happy to consider proposals until December 31, 2006. To be
considered you must submit a 125-word biography and a 125-word abstract
on the Call For Papers located at www.slc2007.org. The program committee
will advise you of our decision by February 1, 2007.

We are looking for topics of wide interest, topics that are new and/or
unique, and in areas of interest not covered by other speakers.

Primary consideration will be to those programs not presented at the
last 3 conferences.

Our preference is for speakers who have done extensive on-line or in
person research in the following areas: Eastern Europe, South America,
& Israel.

Other areas of interest that will be considered are Emigration &/or
Immigration records, specifically >from Hamburg, Bremen, Rotterdam and
Liverpool. Methodology and little used or little known resources will
also be considered for presentation at the conference.

If you have any questions as to subject matter of your presentation
please contact Carole Montello at program@slc2007.org.


Correction to Conference Call for Papers message #yizkorbooks

cskydell@...
 

The recent posting on reminder for Call For Papers contained
some errors in the allotted number of words for biographies
and abstracts. We have extended the submission date >from December 15 to
December 31, 2006! We apologize for any inconvenience that our
error caused you. Thank you

Please respond with any questions to Carole Montello, chairperson of
the 2007 Program committee at program@slc2007.org

The 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy is soliciting papers to
be presented at the conference >from July 15-20, 2007. While the
programming of the lectures/workshops is proceeding at a fast clip, we
have open lecture slots.

We will be happy to consider proposals until December 31, 2006. To be
considered you must submit a 125-word biography and a 125-word abstract
on the Call For Papers located at www.slc2007.org. The program committee
will advise you of our decision by February 1, 2007.

We are looking for topics of wide interest, topics that are new and/or
unique, and in areas of interest not covered by other speakers.

Primary consideration will be to those programs not presented at the
last 3 conferences.

Our preference is for speakers who have done extensive on-line or in
person research in the following areas: Eastern Europe, South America,
& Israel.

Other areas of interest that will be considered are Emigration &/or
Immigration records, specifically >from Hamburg, Bremen, Rotterdam and
Liverpool. Methodology and little used or little known resources will
also be considered for presentation at the conference.

If you have any questions as to subject matter of your presentation
please contact Carole Montello at program@slc2007.org.


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Correction to Conference Call for Papers message #yizkorbooks

cskydell@...
 

The recent posting on reminder for Call For Papers contained
some errors in the allotted number of words for biographies
and abstracts. We have extended the submission date >from December 15 to
December 31, 2006! We apologize for any inconvenience that our
error caused you. Thank you

Please respond with any questions to Carole Montello, chairperson of
the 2007 Program committee at program@slc2007.org

The 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy is soliciting papers to
be presented at the conference >from July 15-20, 2007. While the
programming of the lectures/workshops is proceeding at a fast clip, we
have open lecture slots.

We will be happy to consider proposals until December 31, 2006. To be
considered you must submit a 125-word biography and a 125-word abstract
on the Call For Papers located at www.slc2007.org. The program committee
will advise you of our decision by February 1, 2007.

We are looking for topics of wide interest, topics that are new and/or
unique, and in areas of interest not covered by other speakers.

Primary consideration will be to those programs not presented at the
last 3 conferences.

Our preference is for speakers who have done extensive on-line or in
person research in the following areas: Eastern Europe, South America,
& Israel.

Other areas of interest that will be considered are Emigration &/or
Immigration records, specifically >from Hamburg, Bremen, Rotterdam and
Liverpool. Methodology and little used or little known resources will
also be considered for presentation at the conference.

If you have any questions as to subject matter of your presentation
please contact Carole Montello at program@slc2007.org.


Correction to Conference Call for Papers message #general

Carol W. Skydell <cwskydell@...>
 

Please post to your lists using the following subject line:

Correction to Conference Call for Papers message

The recent posting on reminder for Call For Papers contained
some errors in the allotted number of words for biographies
and abstracts. We have extended the submission date >from December 15 to
December 31, 2006! We apologize for any inconvenience that our
error caused you. Thank you

Please respond with any questions to Carole Montello, chairperson of
the 2007 Program committee at program@slc2007.org

The 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy is soliciting papers to
be presented at the conference >from July 15-20, 2007. While the
programming of the lectures/workshops is proceeding at a fast clip, we
have open lecture slots.

We will be happy to consider proposals until December 31, 2006. To be
considered you must submit a 125-word biography and a 125-word abstract
on the Call For Papers located at www.slc2007.org. The program committee
will advise you of our decision by February 1, 2007.

We are looking for topics of wide interest, topics that are new and/or
unique, and in areas of interest not covered by other speakers.

Primary consideration will be to those programs not presented at the
last 3 conferences.

Our preference is for speakers who have done extensive on-line or in
person research in the following areas: Eastern Europe, South America,
& Israel.

Other areas of interest that will be considered are Emigration &/or
Immigration records, specifically >from Hamburg, Bremen, Rotterdam and
Liverpool. Methodology and little used or little known resources will
also be considered for presentation at the conference.

If you have any questions as to subject matter of your presentation
please contact Carole Montello at program@slc2007.org.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Correction to Conference Call for Papers message #general

Carol W. Skydell <cwskydell@...>
 

Please post to your lists using the following subject line:

Correction to Conference Call for Papers message

The recent posting on reminder for Call For Papers contained
some errors in the allotted number of words for biographies
and abstracts. We have extended the submission date >from December 15 to
December 31, 2006! We apologize for any inconvenience that our
error caused you. Thank you

Please respond with any questions to Carole Montello, chairperson of
the 2007 Program committee at program@slc2007.org

The 27th Annual Conference on Jewish Genealogy is soliciting papers to
be presented at the conference >from July 15-20, 2007. While the
programming of the lectures/workshops is proceeding at a fast clip, we
have open lecture slots.

We will be happy to consider proposals until December 31, 2006. To be
considered you must submit a 125-word biography and a 125-word abstract
on the Call For Papers located at www.slc2007.org. The program committee
will advise you of our decision by February 1, 2007.

We are looking for topics of wide interest, topics that are new and/or
unique, and in areas of interest not covered by other speakers.

Primary consideration will be to those programs not presented at the
last 3 conferences.

Our preference is for speakers who have done extensive on-line or in
person research in the following areas: Eastern Europe, South America,
& Israel.

Other areas of interest that will be considered are Emigration &/or
Immigration records, specifically >from Hamburg, Bremen, Rotterdam and
Liverpool. Methodology and little used or little known resources will
also be considered for presentation at the conference.

If you have any questions as to subject matter of your presentation
please contact Carole Montello at program@slc2007.org.


ABER/SCHREIBER families in UK #general

msleag <msleag@...>
 

Subject: lost branch in England
Dear Genners
I am trying to locate descendants of my Romanian family. I know they arrived
in Northampton circa 1890.
Dora ABER b.1892 married Jack SCHREIBER in Northampton 17.7.1921.
Tobias Aber b. 1901 married Fanny BROWN 1905-1993 [found in UK ancestry]
Married in Coventry 13.11.1937 [found out in Jolles book] Tobias visited
relatives in Montreal before 1952 [found his picture with them]
Nathan Aber and Dora. Visited Montreal before 1952. Had 2 childre: son
Phillip married Judith and had Alexandria Aber, daughter Audry married
Harold VILENSKY and had 2 children?.
William Aber b. 1905 and Rachel [b.1908-1990 in UK ancestry] in Northampton.
Beatrice Aber b. 1908
Harry Aber - I believe I have found grandson Tim who answer my add in
Jewishgen and disappeared.
The family was very integrated in the Jewish community in Northampton in the
20-40' but I had no luck writing them several times.

Anyone with information about the above families or an idea how to handle
this brick wall, please get in touch with me.
Lea Haber Gedalia, Jeruslem


Re: Locating Elusive people on Hamburg line #general

Sally Bruckheimer <sallybru@...>
 

The best is yet to come! If you have NY Passenger Lists, and they say
Hamburg, you need to look at the Hamburg Passenger Lists. They have
more information than early NY lists, including the town the person
came from.

They are indexed online, but you are better off, in my opinion, going
to the Mormon Library if you are near one. There is a multi-year
index on microfiche and you can order films for other years.

Sally Bruckheimer
Princeton, NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ABER/SCHREIBER families in UK #general

msleag <msleag@...>
 

Subject: lost branch in England
Dear Genners
I am trying to locate descendants of my Romanian family. I know they arrived
in Northampton circa 1890.
Dora ABER b.1892 married Jack SCHREIBER in Northampton 17.7.1921.
Tobias Aber b. 1901 married Fanny BROWN 1905-1993 [found in UK ancestry]
Married in Coventry 13.11.1937 [found out in Jolles book] Tobias visited
relatives in Montreal before 1952 [found his picture with them]
Nathan Aber and Dora. Visited Montreal before 1952. Had 2 childre: son
Phillip married Judith and had Alexandria Aber, daughter Audry married
Harold VILENSKY and had 2 children?.
William Aber b. 1905 and Rachel [b.1908-1990 in UK ancestry] in Northampton.
Beatrice Aber b. 1908
Harry Aber - I believe I have found grandson Tim who answer my add in
Jewishgen and disappeared.
The family was very integrated in the Jewish community in Northampton in the
20-40' but I had no luck writing them several times.

Anyone with information about the above families or an idea how to handle
this brick wall, please get in touch with me.
Lea Haber Gedalia, Jeruslem


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Locating Elusive people on Hamburg line #general

Sally Bruckheimer <sallybru@...>
 

The best is yet to come! If you have NY Passenger Lists, and they say
Hamburg, you need to look at the Hamburg Passenger Lists. They have
more information than early NY lists, including the town the person
came from.

They are indexed online, but you are better off, in my opinion, going
to the Mormon Library if you are near one. There is a multi-year
index on microfiche and you can order films for other years.

Sally Bruckheimer
Princeton, NJ


The Horowitz-Margareten Family Journal #general

pollinia@...
 

Dear Genners,

Very recently I came across the name Horowitz-Margareten in the US, as a
family who had some conneciton to my Grunwald lineage. A search on Google
revealed there was also the Horowitz-Margareten Family Journal, published
in the years 1945-1976. And, in 1955 Dr. Joel Margareten published a
directory and book on the genealogy of the family:

http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/GEN-MAT/1998-08/0903725236

Is there someone among you who happenes to be part of that family or
has a copy of this journal in its possession? Please contact me in
private if you have any info on the journal and its publishers.


Best Regards,
Shaul Sharoni


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Horowitz-Margareten Family Journal #general

pollinia@...
 

Dear Genners,

Very recently I came across the name Horowitz-Margareten in the US, as a
family who had some conneciton to my Grunwald lineage. A search on Google
revealed there was also the Horowitz-Margareten Family Journal, published
in the years 1945-1976. And, in 1955 Dr. Joel Margareten published a
directory and book on the genealogy of the family:

http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/GEN-MAT/1998-08/0903725236

Is there someone among you who happenes to be part of that family or
has a copy of this journal in its possession? Please contact me in
private if you have any info on the journal and its publishers.


Best Regards,
Shaul Sharoni