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JGSPalm Beach County, Inc. November Meeting Notice #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Jewish Genealogical Society Palm Beach County Inc.

www.jgspalmbeachcounty.org


**November Meeting Announcement

When: Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Where: South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL
Time: 11:30 AM Litvak Sig (Special Interest Group)
12:30 pm Brick Wall
1:00 pm Program and brief business meeting
2:30 pm Yad Vashem committee meeting

The popular Brick Wall Session will be held prior to the meeting at 12:30
PM. A panel of experts will be available to help members solve research
problems. Questions will be accepted >from the floor. For further information
about the Brick Wall program or to submit questions in advance, e-mail
Program Chairperson Harvey Brown: tobro4@...

Meeting Program: Creating your own Family Web Site, A Step by Step Guide
Learn how to use the World Wide Web to share your research, family stories
and pictures with your entire family, wherever they are in the world, 24
hours a day, 7 days a week. You'll find out just what's needed to create
your own affordable, easy to maintain web site.
Join us on November 8th when our presenters, JGSPBCI members Elle Schorr and
Jerry Kornbluth, share the secrets they learned while creating their own
family tree web site using lots of family pictures and other memorabilia.
They'll share a step by step approach that you can follow to easily create
your own family web site. Be sure to join us for this enlightening
presentation.

Yad Vashem committee to meet after business meeting:

The Yad Vashem Pages of Testimony Committee continues to interview Holocaust
survivors and family members of victims so that the victim's names can be
placed in the Hall of Names at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. Our aim is to honor
every possible victim in this way so that future generations will know that
their ancestors perished in the Holocaust, and also will have an excellent
source to use for tracing their genealogy. Our committee members are
speaking to - and contacting other groups which, in turn, will lead to
obtaining more Pages of Testimony.

Please contact Don Hirschhorn sdh2381@... for information.

**Special Events:

16th Anniversary Luncheon

11:30 AM Sunday, January 21, 2007

Benvenuto Caterestaurant

1730 North Federal Highway, Boynton Beach, FL

Guest Speaker: We are honored to present Dr. Neil Rosenstein - World
renowned author, lecturer, researcher and Rabbinic Scholar.

About our speaker:

Dr. Neil Rosenstein, a world renowned researcher and author of Jewish and
Rabbinic Genealogy.
As a result of over four decades of investigative study of rare books and
manuscripts, trips to libraries and cemeteries, travel and correspondence,
Dr. Neil Rosenstein has accumulated a vast matrix of material on Jewish
genealogy, especially in the field of rabbinical dynasties for which he has
become world famous. His research has included travel in South Africa,
Israel, U.S.A., Poland, Germany, Czechoslovakia, England, Italy, and France.

Dr. Rosenstein is the author of many works on Jewish Genealogy, his magnum
opus being "The Unbroken Chain"

$35.00 per Paid Up 2007 member, spouse or significant other

$39.00 per non-member guest

Questions? Contact Chairperson: Sylvia Nusinov curiousyl@... or
Co-Chair Jackie Fineblit jsfine@...

**Annual Mini-Conference/Workshop

Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Sandler Center for Jewish Life Enhancement
Levis Jewish Community Center Campus

Glades Rd. & 95th Ave. Boca Raton
Chairperson: Joel Sisitsky sisitsky@...
9AM to 4:30PM.
Registration 8:30 AM to 9:00Am.

Members: $40 Non Members: $45
Fee includes the newly published award winning 2006 Workbook and a Kosher
box lunch
Join us for a full day of lectures presented by experts in all areas of
genealogy. A Resource Room and our Sandler Library will be available all
day for research. There will be numerous genealogical related handouts and
door prizes, including a free genealogy DNA test, genealogy software and a
book >from Avotaynu.

Among the Presenters :

Pam Cooper-Past President of the Florida State Genealogical Society

1. "How Accurate Are Your Senses? Getting Past the Errors in
Census Records".

2. "Stop The Ship! I Want To Get On!"

An invaluable insight to life on the ship >from departure to
arrival that changed peoples lives forever.

Michael Mitchell-Member of Georgia Historical Society. Sons of
Confederate Veterans, Greater Miami Genealogical Society

"United States Civil War - First and Only Time Jews Were
Killing Jews"

Alfred M.Silberfeld - Past President Jewish Genealogical Society of
Palm Beach County, Inc.

"Genealogy 101 -- >from The Beginning"- Using our 2006 award
winning Workbook for research.

Dennis Rice - President, Palm Beach County Jewish Genealogical
Society of Palm Beach County, Inc.

"Power Point 101" - An introduction to putting together a
Power Point Presentation.

Ann Rabinowitz - Member, Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Beach
County, Inc.

"You May Have Relatives in South Africa"

Upcoming Programs 2006-2007

**Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Where: South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL
Time: 11:30 AM Hungary/Romania SIG (Special Interest Group) classroom 1
12:30 PM Brick Wall
1:00 pm program and brief business meeting

Guest Speaker: Michael Goldstein, Using Israeli Archives & Resources for
Worldwide Jewish Records.

Michael Goldstein, born in Canada, is a Jerusalem-based genealogist who
researches, mentors, lectures, and conducts workshops in Israel and North
America. He specializes in guiding North Americans in locating and
connecting with their Israeli families, facilitating the use of local
Israeli research sources. His expertise is in tracing testimonies found in
Yad Vashem records.
**Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Where: South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL
Time: 11:30 AM Poland SIG (Special Interest Group) classroom 1
12:30 PM Brick Wall
1:00 PM Program and brief business meeting

Speaker: Bennett Greenspan , DNA Testing for Genealogy.

Mr. Bennett Greenspan, President and CEO of Family Tree DNA, will speak on
the subject of DNA testing for genealogy. Since its inception in April of
2000, Family tree DNA has been associated with Arizona Research Labs, (led
by Michael Hammer, one of the world's leading authorities in the field of
genetics.) Family Tree DNA is a world leader in the field of genetic
genealogy and the only organization that continues to develop this science
that enables genealogists around the world to advance their families'
research. Mr. Greenspan, an entrepreneur and life-long genealogy enthusiast,
founded Family Tree DNA in 1999. Family Tree DNA has grown >from Bennett
Greenspan's hobby, to a cottage business, to today's largest hobbyist
testing service in the world.

**Seventh Edition of the updated Award winning Workbook, Beginners and
Intermediate Genealogical Workbook, now available.

Information: Editor, Sylvia Furshman Nusinov curiousyl@...

Please visit our website:

www.jgspalmbeachcounty.org

Dennis Rice

President@...

Jacqueline Fineblit, e-mail editor

jsfine@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGSPalm Beach County, Inc. November Meeting Notice #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

Jewish Genealogical Society Palm Beach County Inc.

www.jgspalmbeachcounty.org


**November Meeting Announcement

When: Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Where: South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL
Time: 11:30 AM Litvak Sig (Special Interest Group)
12:30 pm Brick Wall
1:00 pm Program and brief business meeting
2:30 pm Yad Vashem committee meeting

The popular Brick Wall Session will be held prior to the meeting at 12:30
PM. A panel of experts will be available to help members solve research
problems. Questions will be accepted >from the floor. For further information
about the Brick Wall program or to submit questions in advance, e-mail
Program Chairperson Harvey Brown: tobro4@...

Meeting Program: Creating your own Family Web Site, A Step by Step Guide
Learn how to use the World Wide Web to share your research, family stories
and pictures with your entire family, wherever they are in the world, 24
hours a day, 7 days a week. You'll find out just what's needed to create
your own affordable, easy to maintain web site.
Join us on November 8th when our presenters, JGSPBCI members Elle Schorr and
Jerry Kornbluth, share the secrets they learned while creating their own
family tree web site using lots of family pictures and other memorabilia.
They'll share a step by step approach that you can follow to easily create
your own family web site. Be sure to join us for this enlightening
presentation.

Yad Vashem committee to meet after business meeting:

The Yad Vashem Pages of Testimony Committee continues to interview Holocaust
survivors and family members of victims so that the victim's names can be
placed in the Hall of Names at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. Our aim is to honor
every possible victim in this way so that future generations will know that
their ancestors perished in the Holocaust, and also will have an excellent
source to use for tracing their genealogy. Our committee members are
speaking to - and contacting other groups which, in turn, will lead to
obtaining more Pages of Testimony.

Please contact Don Hirschhorn sdh2381@... for information.

**Special Events:

16th Anniversary Luncheon

11:30 AM Sunday, January 21, 2007

Benvenuto Caterestaurant

1730 North Federal Highway, Boynton Beach, FL

Guest Speaker: We are honored to present Dr. Neil Rosenstein - World
renowned author, lecturer, researcher and Rabbinic Scholar.

About our speaker:

Dr. Neil Rosenstein, a world renowned researcher and author of Jewish and
Rabbinic Genealogy.
As a result of over four decades of investigative study of rare books and
manuscripts, trips to libraries and cemeteries, travel and correspondence,
Dr. Neil Rosenstein has accumulated a vast matrix of material on Jewish
genealogy, especially in the field of rabbinical dynasties for which he has
become world famous. His research has included travel in South Africa,
Israel, U.S.A., Poland, Germany, Czechoslovakia, England, Italy, and France.

Dr. Rosenstein is the author of many works on Jewish Genealogy, his magnum
opus being "The Unbroken Chain"

$35.00 per Paid Up 2007 member, spouse or significant other

$39.00 per non-member guest

Questions? Contact Chairperson: Sylvia Nusinov curiousyl@... or
Co-Chair Jackie Fineblit jsfine@...

**Annual Mini-Conference/Workshop

Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Sandler Center for Jewish Life Enhancement
Levis Jewish Community Center Campus

Glades Rd. & 95th Ave. Boca Raton
Chairperson: Joel Sisitsky sisitsky@...
9AM to 4:30PM.
Registration 8:30 AM to 9:00Am.

Members: $40 Non Members: $45
Fee includes the newly published award winning 2006 Workbook and a Kosher
box lunch
Join us for a full day of lectures presented by experts in all areas of
genealogy. A Resource Room and our Sandler Library will be available all
day for research. There will be numerous genealogical related handouts and
door prizes, including a free genealogy DNA test, genealogy software and a
book >from Avotaynu.

Among the Presenters :

Pam Cooper-Past President of the Florida State Genealogical Society

1. "How Accurate Are Your Senses? Getting Past the Errors in
Census Records".

2. "Stop The Ship! I Want To Get On!"

An invaluable insight to life on the ship >from departure to
arrival that changed peoples lives forever.

Michael Mitchell-Member of Georgia Historical Society. Sons of
Confederate Veterans, Greater Miami Genealogical Society

"United States Civil War - First and Only Time Jews Were
Killing Jews"

Alfred M.Silberfeld - Past President Jewish Genealogical Society of
Palm Beach County, Inc.

"Genealogy 101 -- >from The Beginning"- Using our 2006 award
winning Workbook for research.

Dennis Rice - President, Palm Beach County Jewish Genealogical
Society of Palm Beach County, Inc.

"Power Point 101" - An introduction to putting together a
Power Point Presentation.

Ann Rabinowitz - Member, Jewish Genealogical Society of Palm Beach
County, Inc.

"You May Have Relatives in South Africa"

Upcoming Programs 2006-2007

**Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Where: South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL
Time: 11:30 AM Hungary/Romania SIG (Special Interest Group) classroom 1
12:30 PM Brick Wall
1:00 pm program and brief business meeting

Guest Speaker: Michael Goldstein, Using Israeli Archives & Resources for
Worldwide Jewish Records.

Michael Goldstein, born in Canada, is a Jerusalem-based genealogist who
researches, mentors, lectures, and conducts workshops in Israel and North
America. He specializes in guiding North Americans in locating and
connecting with their Israeli families, facilitating the use of local
Israeli research sources. His expertise is in tracing testimonies found in
Yad Vashem records.
**Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Where: South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach, FL
Time: 11:30 AM Poland SIG (Special Interest Group) classroom 1
12:30 PM Brick Wall
1:00 PM Program and brief business meeting

Speaker: Bennett Greenspan , DNA Testing for Genealogy.

Mr. Bennett Greenspan, President and CEO of Family Tree DNA, will speak on
the subject of DNA testing for genealogy. Since its inception in April of
2000, Family tree DNA has been associated with Arizona Research Labs, (led
by Michael Hammer, one of the world's leading authorities in the field of
genetics.) Family Tree DNA is a world leader in the field of genetic
genealogy and the only organization that continues to develop this science
that enables genealogists around the world to advance their families'
research. Mr. Greenspan, an entrepreneur and life-long genealogy enthusiast,
founded Family Tree DNA in 1999. Family Tree DNA has grown >from Bennett
Greenspan's hobby, to a cottage business, to today's largest hobbyist
testing service in the world.

**Seventh Edition of the updated Award winning Workbook, Beginners and
Intermediate Genealogical Workbook, now available.

Information: Editor, Sylvia Furshman Nusinov curiousyl@...

Please visit our website:

www.jgspalmbeachcounty.org

Dennis Rice

President@...

Jacqueline Fineblit, e-mail editor

jsfine@...


Descendency of Rav Yochanan HASANDLER #rabbinic

Chaya minna sapirman
 

Hello,

My attempts to find a descendency of Rabbi Joseph KARO to our family
end in the seventeen hundreds and my great great grandfather was
born in the 1820s (approx.).

Is there a family tree for KAROs that I could access online or here
in Toronto?

Then someone suggested that Rav Yochanan HASANDLER might be
connected to Rabbi KARO... in which case, is there a family tree
document of his descendents online or in Toronto?

Thanking you for your guidance,

Mrs. M.Sapirman
sapirman@...


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Descendency of Rav Yochanan HASANDLER #rabbinic

Chaya minna sapirman
 

Hello,

My attempts to find a descendency of Rabbi Joseph KARO to our family
end in the seventeen hundreds and my great great grandfather was
born in the 1820s (approx.).

Is there a family tree for KAROs that I could access online or here
in Toronto?

Then someone suggested that Rav Yochanan HASANDLER might be
connected to Rabbi KARO... in which case, is there a family tree
document of his descendents online or in Toronto?

Thanking you for your guidance,

Mrs. M.Sapirman
sapirman@...


WEINTRAUB family #belarus

Alan Tapper <sabaalan@...>
 

Genners,

My grandmother, Bertha NIMAROFF TAPPER's sister was Minnie
WEINTRAUB. I am lookingthe descendants of Minnie. I know that her
son, Joseph, was selected to the Supreme Court in the state of New
Jersey back in the 60's.

Any help in locating the family would be greatly appreciated.

Alan Tapper
Ashburn, VA


Belarus SIG #Belarus WEINTRAUB family #belarus

Alan Tapper <sabaalan@...>
 

Genners,

My grandmother, Bertha NIMAROFF TAPPER's sister was Minnie
WEINTRAUB. I am lookingthe descendants of Minnie. I know that her
son, Joseph, was selected to the Supreme Court in the state of New
Jersey back in the 60's.

Any help in locating the family would be greatly appreciated.

Alan Tapper
Ashburn, VA


Gedenkbuch correction #germany

Lande
 

I erroneously gave the date of the previous Gedenkbuch as 1955.
It was 1986.

Peter Lande Washington, D.C. <pdlande@...>


German SIG #Germany Gedenkbuch correction #germany

Lande
 

I erroneously gave the date of the previous Gedenkbuch as 1955.
It was 1986.

Peter Lande Washington, D.C. <pdlande@...>


Re: Town: Rosenberg? Rogozno? #germany #poland #danzig #gdansk

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Elsebeth Paikin asked about the town Rosenberg/Rozyny, near Danzig,
and whether it might have been the origin of a certain Gabriel JACOBY
or Jacob GABRIEL. I do not know whether it had a Jewish population,
but the Danzig surname adoption list includes several ROSENBERGs and
more clearly toponymic ROSENBERGERs. (Other ROSENBERG*s appear in
Danzig records until the 1930s.)
The 1812 West Prussian surname adoption list does not include anyone from
Rosenberg/Rozyny, but does include several people >from Rosenberg/Susz, and
many ROSENBERGs >from other places.

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland RE: Town: Rosenberg? Rogozno? #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

Elsebeth Paikin asked about the town Rosenberg/Rozyny, near Danzig,
and whether it might have been the origin of a certain Gabriel JACOBY
or Jacob GABRIEL. I do not know whether it had a Jewish population,
but the Danzig surname adoption list includes several ROSENBERGs and
more clearly toponymic ROSENBERGERs. (Other ROSENBERG*s appear in
Danzig records until the 1930s.)
The 1812 West Prussian surname adoption list does not include anyone from
Rosenberg/Rozyny, but does include several people >from Rosenberg/Susz, and
many ROSENBERGs >from other places.

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.


Re: Town: Rosenberg? Rogozno? #germany #poland #danzig #gdansk

Tom and Alison Greengard <agreengard@...>
 

Hi Elsebeth,
It's been a long time since I put my grandfather's
memoirs on the Belarus site and corresponded with you.
I am also interested in the town of Rosenberg where
my father's family (LASKER) was when it was East
Prussia. I have had a hard time trying to figure out
if it is the Rosenberg/Rozyny one as well. I have
corresponded with someone else researching LASKERs but
their LASKERs all seem to come >from further south in
what was formerly Prussia. But my great-Aunt says her
grandmother Martha LASKER BERNSTEIN said Rosenberg was
about 1/2 day's ride (on horse? by train?) from
Danzig. If you find anything out, could you please
let me know as well? Thank you!

Alison Greengard
Lakewood, CO USA


--- Elsebeth Paikin <elsebeth@...> wrote:
Does anyone know anything about the town
Rosenberg / Rózyny a little south of Gdansk
(54°13' 18°40')?
... SNIP...
--------------------------------


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Re: Town: Rosenberg? Rogozno? #gdansk #germany #poland #danzig

Tom and Alison Greengard <agreengard@...>
 

Hi Elsebeth,
It's been a long time since I put my grandfather's
memoirs on the Belarus site and corresponded with you.
I am also interested in the town of Rosenberg where
my father's family (LASKER) was when it was East
Prussia. I have had a hard time trying to figure out
if it is the Rosenberg/Rozyny one as well. I have
corresponded with someone else researching LASKERs but
their LASKERs all seem to come >from further south in
what was formerly Prussia. But my great-Aunt says her
grandmother Martha LASKER BERNSTEIN said Rosenberg was
about 1/2 day's ride (on horse? by train?) from
Danzig. If you find anything out, could you please
let me know as well? Thank you!

Alison Greengard
Lakewood, CO USA


--- Elsebeth Paikin <elsebeth@...> wrote:
Does anyone know anything about the town
Rosenberg / Rózyny a little south of Gdansk
(54°13' 18°40')?
... SNIP...
--------------------------------


TOPFER/TEPPER & KURZER Land Ownership Records #galicia

roe kard
 

There was a place called Wulka Mazowieki about 8 miles east of Rawa
Ruska, about 30 miles northwest of Lvov. Most of the people listed
in (what I was told were) the land owner records for this town were
non-Jews, but, among the major landowners in the area were two
Jewish families: the Topfers/Teppers and Kurzers, my great-great
grandparents. I believe that they also held title or rental rights
over land in surrounding towns. If you have family with these names
anywhere around Lvov, please contact me and I am happy to share
these records with you. I am asking that anyone with whom I share
records, share with me any translations they do of the records they
take >from me.

Shabbat Shalom,
Karen Rosenfeld Roekard
aka Gitel Chaye Ita Rosenfeld Rokart

ROSENFELD, TOPFER/TEPPER, SPRITZER, KURZER, KOCH, HAUSER
(Rawa Ruska, Wulka Mazowieki, Magierow, Niemerow, Ulicka Zarabone)
ROKART, ROKACH (Belz, Sokal, Brody)
GOLDWURM (Bialy Kamen)
GOLD, GOLDBERG, BIEGEL, BERGREEN (Dzikow, Tarnbrzeg, Ropcyctz)

MODERATOR'S NOTE: According to the JewishGen ShtetlSeeker
< http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/ > the current name of the
town is Vul'ka-Mazovetskaya and its coordinates are 50°15' 23°52'.


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia TOPFER/TEPPER & KURZER Land Ownership Records #galicia

roe kard
 

There was a place called Wulka Mazowieki about 8 miles east of Rawa
Ruska, about 30 miles northwest of Lvov. Most of the people listed
in (what I was told were) the land owner records for this town were
non-Jews, but, among the major landowners in the area were two
Jewish families: the Topfers/Teppers and Kurzers, my great-great
grandparents. I believe that they also held title or rental rights
over land in surrounding towns. If you have family with these names
anywhere around Lvov, please contact me and I am happy to share
these records with you. I am asking that anyone with whom I share
records, share with me any translations they do of the records they
take >from me.

Shabbat Shalom,
Karen Rosenfeld Roekard
aka Gitel Chaye Ita Rosenfeld Rokart

ROSENFELD, TOPFER/TEPPER, SPRITZER, KURZER, KOCH, HAUSER
(Rawa Ruska, Wulka Mazowieki, Magierow, Niemerow, Ulicka Zarabone)
ROKART, ROKACH (Belz, Sokal, Brody)
GOLDWURM (Bialy Kamen)
GOLD, GOLDBERG, BIEGEL, BERGREEN (Dzikow, Tarnbrzeg, Ropcyctz)

MODERATOR'S NOTE: According to the JewishGen ShtetlSeeker
< http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/ > the current name of the
town is Vul'ka-Mazovetskaya and its coordinates are 50°15' 23°52'.


Re: Jewish naming practices - "the second" #germany

B. Frederics <picturethisfilm@...>
 

Regarding the statement below >from yesterday's digest, I'd like to add that
an ancestor of mine who had lived in Illingen, Saar, was referred to as
Mendel Levy II in many documents I've found because another man with the
same name living in the same town arrived there first, hence he was known as
Mendel Levy I. As far as I can tell, there was no kinship between these two men.

Regards, Bonnie Frederics Tucson, AZ picturethisfilm@...

"The Roman numerals were added to distinguish persons with the same first name
who lived in the same town >from each other. The numbers generally went by
a person's age, with older persons having the lower numbers,
but "III" was not necessarily a descendant of "II", but more likely
a younger cousin or someone else in the town who just happened to have
the same first name.

Persons continued using the same number as long as they lived in the particular
town or general vicinity, but did not continue to use it when they moved
to a completely different area. In that sense, it was not really a part of their
name, but rather a convenient identifier."


German SIG #Germany Re: Jewish naming practices - "the second" #germany

B. Frederics <picturethisfilm@...>
 

Regarding the statement below >from yesterday's digest, I'd like to add that
an ancestor of mine who had lived in Illingen, Saar, was referred to as
Mendel Levy II in many documents I've found because another man with the
same name living in the same town arrived there first, hence he was known as
Mendel Levy I. As far as I can tell, there was no kinship between these two men.

Regards, Bonnie Frederics Tucson, AZ picturethisfilm@...

"The Roman numerals were added to distinguish persons with the same first name
who lived in the same town >from each other. The numbers generally went by
a person's age, with older persons having the lower numbers,
but "III" was not necessarily a descendant of "II", but more likely
a younger cousin or someone else in the town who just happened to have
the same first name.

Persons continued using the same number as long as they lived in the particular
town or general vicinity, but did not continue to use it when they moved
to a completely different area. In that sense, it was not really a part of their
name, but rather a convenient identifier."


Town: Rosenberg? Rogozno? #germany #poland #danzig #gdansk

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Does anyone know anything about the town
Rosenberg / R=F3zyny a little south of Gdansk
(54=B013' 18=B040')?

We are trying to find out why Gabriel (Gotlieb)
Jacoby / Jacob Gabriel (it could be either) was
called Rosenberg, and thinking that he might come
from the above mentioned town. According to our
information he was born about 1791 in Rogozno,
Poland. But there are quite a few towns by that
name in Poland. We were wondering if any of these
towns were also called Rosenberg or the like.

And, of course, we were wondering whether there
lived any Jews in Rosenberg / R=F3zyny and
any of the Rogoznos.

Hoping someone can help.

Best regards


--
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark,
e-mail: elsebeth@...
--


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Town: Rosenberg? Rogozno? #germany #poland #danzig #gdansk

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Does anyone know anything about the town
Rosenberg / R=F3zyny a little south of Gdansk
(54=B013' 18=B040')?

We are trying to find out why Gabriel (Gotlieb)
Jacoby / Jacob Gabriel (it could be either) was
called Rosenberg, and thinking that he might come
from the above mentioned town. According to our
information he was born about 1791 in Rogozno,
Poland. But there are quite a few towns by that
name in Poland. We were wondering if any of these
towns were also called Rosenberg or the like.

And, of course, we were wondering whether there
lived any Jews in Rosenberg / R=F3zyny and
any of the Rogoznos.

Hoping someone can help.

Best regards


--
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark,
e-mail: elsebeth@...
--


German translation needed for book purchase from Bundesarchiv #general

bik <kooshb9341@...>
 

Please translate (loose) to English, instructions on how to purchase
'Gedenkbuch' >from Bundesarchiv, Koblenz.

This is their German language website.
http://www.bundesarchiv.de/service/publikationen/liste/index.html?reihe=Gedenkbuch

Thanks!
--
Bernard Kouchel
kooshb9341@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen German translation needed for book purchase from Bundesarchiv #general

bik <kooshb9341@...>
 

Please translate (loose) to English, instructions on how to purchase
'Gedenkbuch' >from Bundesarchiv, Koblenz.

This is their German language website.
http://www.bundesarchiv.de/service/publikationen/liste/index.html?reihe=Gedenkbuch

Thanks!
--
Bernard Kouchel
kooshb9341@...