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ViewMate VM71738 & VM71739 #poland

Geraldine Courtney
 

I have posted two separate vital records on ViewMate written in what I
understand is Cyrillic. I would be most grateful for translations for
both records and particularly with regard to personal information on
those people to which each refers, and also with regard to any house
number mentioned.

They can be found on ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71738

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71739

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page
and thank you very much for any help you may be able to give me.

Geraldine Courtney, UK

Researching:
STEJNCHAUR [& variations], HAUZER/ HAUSZA Warsaw
MARK Lithuania, YACOBSON Latvia


JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate VM71738 & VM71739 #poland

Geraldine Courtney
 

I have posted two separate vital records on ViewMate written in what I
understand is Cyrillic. I would be most grateful for translations for
both records and particularly with regard to personal information on
those people to which each refers, and also with regard to any house
number mentioned.

They can be found on ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71738

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71739

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page
and thank you very much for any help you may be able to give me.

Geraldine Courtney, UK

Researching:
STEJNCHAUR [& variations], HAUZER/ HAUSZA Warsaw
MARK Lithuania, YACOBSON Latvia


I seek your assistance to find possible Rabbis in my family tree #rabbinic

John Lowin <hans-@...>
 

Some time ago I received information that my two times great
grandfather Maier LOWIN, O umlaut, ORDEWER, born 1853 in Radziechow,
district of Ternopol, Austria-Hungary was one of twelve, all of whom
supposedly became Rabbis, except him. Maier LOWIN ORDEWER's parents
were, Lewi LOWIN, O umlaut and Taube/Paige ORDEWER, 1818-1911.

I am unable to find any information on his eleven brothers/siblings
or if they even existed and would be most appreciative of any
assistance I may be fortunate enough to receive.

Best Regards,
John Jacob Lowin


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic I seek your assistance to find possible Rabbis in my family tree #rabbinic

John Lowin <hans-@...>
 

Some time ago I received information that my two times great
grandfather Maier LOWIN, O umlaut, ORDEWER, born 1853 in Radziechow,
district of Ternopol, Austria-Hungary was one of twelve, all of whom
supposedly became Rabbis, except him. Maier LOWIN ORDEWER's parents
were, Lewi LOWIN, O umlaut and Taube/Paige ORDEWER, 1818-1911.

I am unable to find any information on his eleven brothers/siblings
or if they even existed and would be most appreciative of any
assistance I may be fortunate enough to receive.

Best Regards,
John Jacob Lowin


Re: bessarabia digest (cemetery update): February 10, 2019 #bessarabia

Lisa Steinberg
 

Dear Yefim,

Kol haKavod to you for all the work and devotion you give to this project.
My family came >from Yedinitz. Can you tell me please the most likely cemetery people >from there
would be found?
Thanks so much.

Lisa


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Re: bessarabia digest (cemetery update): February 10, 2019 #bessarabia

Lisa Steinberg
 

Dear Yefim,

Kol haKavod to you for all the work and devotion you give to this project.
My family came >from Yedinitz. Can you tell me please the most likely cemetery people >from there
would be found?
Thanks so much.

Lisa


ViewMate translation request - Polish/English #general

SUSAN HARRIS <shharris44@...>
 

I've posted a vital record in for which I need a translation. It is >from the last
column on a ship's manifest, which asks for the name of the nearest relative with
whom my relative lived, (which was in Zaromb, Russia). My great grandfather's
first name was Chaim, but I can't read the last name. It is on ViewMate at the
following address

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71744

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

Susan Harris
Oak Park, CA
U.S.A.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Polish/English #general

SUSAN HARRIS <shharris44@...>
 

I've posted a vital record in for which I need a translation. It is >from the last
column on a ship's manifest, which asks for the name of the nearest relative with
whom my relative lived, (which was in Zaromb, Russia). My great grandfather's
first name was Chaim, but I can't read the last name. It is on ViewMate at the
following address

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71744

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

Susan Harris
Oak Park, CA
U.S.A.


Searching Zev Schvitzer/Schwitzer descendants in Israel #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

I am hoping there is someone here family familiar with Zev Schvitzer married Edith
?. His parents were Abraham Kempler and Chaja Ester Schwitzer. I am looking for
their descendants that might now about Zev's brother-in-law Abraham Lustig who
married his sister Ruchel Itte Kempler. Abraham was my grandfather's brother. I
know that Abraham survived the Shoah(Ruchel did not). I believe he had a son named
Moses. Another brother Natan who also survived the Shoah. All moved to Israel. Thank
you.
Debby Painter


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching Zev Schvitzer/Schwitzer descendants in Israel #general

Debby Gincig Painter
 

I am hoping there is someone here family familiar with Zev Schvitzer married Edith
?. His parents were Abraham Kempler and Chaja Ester Schwitzer. I am looking for
their descendants that might now about Zev's brother-in-law Abraham Lustig who
married his sister Ruchel Itte Kempler. Abraham was my grandfather's brother. I
know that Abraham survived the Shoah(Ruchel did not). I believe he had a son named
Moses. Another brother Natan who also survived the Shoah. All moved to Israel. Thank
you.
Debby Painter


Gombin-Gostynin Trip, May 17-22, 2019 #general

 

On May 17-22, 2019, a group of descendants of the Jews of Gombin and Gostynin will
visit the two towns and the Chelmno Extermination camp in order to commemorate the
anniversary of the liquidation of the ghettos and the deportation and murder of the
Jews in 1942. The visit will include tours of Gombin and Gostynin, meetings with
municipal authorities and local civil society organizations, and memorial
ceremonies in both towns and at the Chelmno camp. In between these events, there
will be other activities, including a visit to the Museum of Mazovian Jews in the
restored Grand Synagogue of Plock.
The trip is being organized by the Gombin Jewish Historical and Genealogical
Society (http://www.gombinsociety.org). There are 26 confirmed participants
already. A few spaces are still available. For full details please write to the
trip coordinator: Leon Zamosc <lzamosc@ucsd.edu>

Leon Zamosc

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Gombin-Gostynin Trip, May 17-22, 2019 #general

 

On May 17-22, 2019, a group of descendants of the Jews of Gombin and Gostynin will
visit the two towns and the Chelmno Extermination camp in order to commemorate the
anniversary of the liquidation of the ghettos and the deportation and murder of the
Jews in 1942. The visit will include tours of Gombin and Gostynin, meetings with
municipal authorities and local civil society organizations, and memorial
ceremonies in both towns and at the Chelmno camp. In between these events, there
will be other activities, including a visit to the Museum of Mazovian Jews in the
restored Grand Synagogue of Plock.
The trip is being organized by the Gombin Jewish Historical and Genealogical
Society (http://www.gombinsociety.org). There are 26 confirmed participants
already. A few spaces are still available. For full details please write to the
trip coordinator: Leon Zamosc <lzamosc@ucsd.edu>

Leon Zamosc

MODERATOR NOTE: This message is not intended to be the start of a thread but is
being posted because of the genealogical relevance. For comments or information
please write privately to the poster.


Document in Viewmate #general

henry wellisch
 

I need the translation >from the Latin in the 1756 census or tax list
for Salamon VELISCH It is in Viewmate under:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=71741
Henry Wellisch
Toronto


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Document in Viewmate #general

henry wellisch
 

I need the translation >from the Latin in the 1756 census or tax list
for Salamon VELISCH It is in Viewmate under:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=71741
Henry Wellisch
Toronto


ViewMate translation request - Russian #general

Lisa Betros <LKBetros@...>
 

I've posted a vital records in Russian for which I need translations. They
are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71725

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71724

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Lisa Kahn Betros
Dobbs Ferry, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Russian #general

Lisa Betros <LKBetros@...>
 

I've posted a vital records in Russian for which I need translations. They
are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71725

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71724

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Lisa Kahn Betros
Dobbs Ferry, NY


DANNENBERG descendants #general

Mark Michaels
 

I am looking to find the birth place of an Adolph Dannenberg I have a
photograph of Adolph with wife and two children.

All the information below is deduced >from census records but appear to
be for the correct Adolph Dannenberg.

b. 1868c who arrived in USA 1885 and was naturalised. Lived in Chicago, Cook; with
wife variously Amelia, Emilia and Emily. 2 children Milton b. 1898c and Sadie
b. 1896c.

Milton married either Bertha and had a son Robert or married Hazel and
had a son Jack b. 1929.

Sadie married Louis or Lewis Kahn and had a daughter Jean A Kahn.

My wife is descended >from Barnett Dannenberg in UK but we do not know
their place of origin: census entries give variously Russia, Poland
and Germany. UK family legend says Riga however that could well mean via Riga.

Mark

Mark J Michaels
Montgomery Wales

MODERATOR: Perhaps putting your photo on ViewMate would assist others in providing
help for you.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen DANNENBERG descendants #general

Mark Michaels
 

I am looking to find the birth place of an Adolph Dannenberg I have a
photograph of Adolph with wife and two children.

All the information below is deduced >from census records but appear to
be for the correct Adolph Dannenberg.

b. 1868c who arrived in USA 1885 and was naturalised. Lived in Chicago, Cook; with
wife variously Amelia, Emilia and Emily. 2 children Milton b. 1898c and Sadie
b. 1896c.

Milton married either Bertha and had a son Robert or married Hazel and
had a son Jack b. 1929.

Sadie married Louis or Lewis Kahn and had a daughter Jean A Kahn.

My wife is descended >from Barnett Dannenberg in UK but we do not know
their place of origin: census entries give variously Russia, Poland
and Germany. UK family legend says Riga however that could well mean via Riga.

Mark

Mark J Michaels
Montgomery Wales

MODERATOR: Perhaps putting your photo on ViewMate would assist others in providing
help for you.


Jewish-Polish-German realms of memory. A triple neighbourhood - Berlin April/19 #germany

Yvonne Stern
 

Conference in Berlin, April 15,.2019, Berlin at the

Zentrum fuer Historische Forschung der Polnischen Akademie der
Wissenschaften Berlin
(Center for Historical Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences Berlin)

The exploration of multilateral Jewish-Polish-German relations is
crucial for the reading and understanding of the deeper content of
European culture. In order for this reading to be correct, it is
necessary to distinguish and take into account several overlapping
perspectives: the inner- Jewish and the external one, resulting >from the
perception of the Jewish world by non-Jews and vice versa. The long-term
continuity and development of the Ashkenazic Diaspora tradition and the
interruption of this continuity caused by the Holocaust are reflected in
the asymmetry between the Jewish and non-Jewish memory cultures.
Recalling the key contents and threads of this "interrupted" tradition
and memory is the most important goal of the conference.

The methodology of the project rests on the concept of lieu
de m=C3=A9moire
(Pierre Nora, Hagen Schulze, Etienne Fran=C3=A7ois), which overlaps
with the notion of ha-makom (a place - singular, in Hebrew) rooted in Jewish
tradition. Its key position in Jewish culture developed >from the need to
maintain cultural continuity in the context of the diaspora, and the
concomitant variability of references to geographic locations.
Consequently, the ha-mekomot (the plural form) have become shared realms
of memory, places of reference and recollection, realms of departure,
and of return. Because of this, Jewish culture and tradition is
primarily a culture of memory. For the Jewish community and diaspora,
memory and realms of memory, as well as ways of commemorating are vital
instances of shared reference.

Diverting >from national historiographies, we expect the research
presented during the conference to define anew the relationship
between the three communities mentioned above, and to rest on two
research perspectives: the Beziehungsgeschichte or the 'history of
mutual relations', and 'history of the second degree', i.e., studies on
cultures of memory. Such point of view emphasizes the multilateral
influences between the different communities. The interaction can take
place both between nations/peoples and nation-states and between
entities that are regional, religious, class or gender in nature.

An interesting focal point is the history of particular realms of memory
(e.g. concepts and ideas, events, people and places).We are also
interested in tracing the process how they developed, evolved and
changed their meaning in all three cultures. The fundamental questions
to be answered would be: How did they emerge and how did they merge into
Polish and German cultural spaces? What forms did they take and how
were/are they manifested? Finally, we would like to define their current
place in the memory of all three cultures. Possible examples of such
common realms of memory would be: Polin, shtetl, Ashkenaz, Golem, the
Eternal Jew, Alilat Dam, the Messiah. However, we are open to individual
proposals of Jewish-Polish-German realms of memory.

We would like to invite to participate in our conference scholars of
broadly understood humanities: i.e. history, art history, literature and
linguistics (Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Polish), cultural sciences, gender
studies, Jewish studies, etc. The research questions do not require to
be chronologically confined.

Please submit your paper proposals as abstracts (250 words) in English
along with a short academic CV until April 15th, 2019, to:
malgorzata.stolarska-fronia@cbh.pan.pl,
phone: + 49 30 486 285 58.

The conference will be held in English (no translation provided), and is
preliminarily scheduled for Septemebr 4th-5th, 2019.


Homepage of the Center for Historical Research of the Polish Academy
of Sciences Berlin

<http://www.cbh.pan.pl/pl/wydarzenia/jewish-polish-german-realms-memory-triple-neighbourhood

URL of the Conference
<http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/termine/id=3D39331>

Posted by Yvonne Stern, Sao Paulo, Brazil


German SIG #Germany Jewish-Polish-German realms of memory. A triple neighbourhood - Berlin April/19 #germany

Yvonne Stern
 

Conference in Berlin, April 15,.2019, Berlin at the

Zentrum fuer Historische Forschung der Polnischen Akademie der
Wissenschaften Berlin
(Center for Historical Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences Berlin)

The exploration of multilateral Jewish-Polish-German relations is
crucial for the reading and understanding of the deeper content of
European culture. In order for this reading to be correct, it is
necessary to distinguish and take into account several overlapping
perspectives: the inner- Jewish and the external one, resulting >from the
perception of the Jewish world by non-Jews and vice versa. The long-term
continuity and development of the Ashkenazic Diaspora tradition and the
interruption of this continuity caused by the Holocaust are reflected in
the asymmetry between the Jewish and non-Jewish memory cultures.
Recalling the key contents and threads of this "interrupted" tradition
and memory is the most important goal of the conference.

The methodology of the project rests on the concept of lieu
de m=C3=A9moire
(Pierre Nora, Hagen Schulze, Etienne Fran=C3=A7ois), which overlaps
with the notion of ha-makom (a place - singular, in Hebrew) rooted in Jewish
tradition. Its key position in Jewish culture developed >from the need to
maintain cultural continuity in the context of the diaspora, and the
concomitant variability of references to geographic locations.
Consequently, the ha-mekomot (the plural form) have become shared realms
of memory, places of reference and recollection, realms of departure,
and of return. Because of this, Jewish culture and tradition is
primarily a culture of memory. For the Jewish community and diaspora,
memory and realms of memory, as well as ways of commemorating are vital
instances of shared reference.

Diverting >from national historiographies, we expect the research
presented during the conference to define anew the relationship
between the three communities mentioned above, and to rest on two
research perspectives: the Beziehungsgeschichte or the 'history of
mutual relations', and 'history of the second degree', i.e., studies on
cultures of memory. Such point of view emphasizes the multilateral
influences between the different communities. The interaction can take
place both between nations/peoples and nation-states and between
entities that are regional, religious, class or gender in nature.

An interesting focal point is the history of particular realms of memory
(e.g. concepts and ideas, events, people and places).We are also
interested in tracing the process how they developed, evolved and
changed their meaning in all three cultures. The fundamental questions
to be answered would be: How did they emerge and how did they merge into
Polish and German cultural spaces? What forms did they take and how
were/are they manifested? Finally, we would like to define their current
place in the memory of all three cultures. Possible examples of such
common realms of memory would be: Polin, shtetl, Ashkenaz, Golem, the
Eternal Jew, Alilat Dam, the Messiah. However, we are open to individual
proposals of Jewish-Polish-German realms of memory.

We would like to invite to participate in our conference scholars of
broadly understood humanities: i.e. history, art history, literature and
linguistics (Hebrew, Yiddish, German, Polish), cultural sciences, gender
studies, Jewish studies, etc. The research questions do not require to
be chronologically confined.

Please submit your paper proposals as abstracts (250 words) in English
along with a short academic CV until April 15th, 2019, to:
malgorzata.stolarska-fronia@cbh.pan.pl,
phone: + 49 30 486 285 58.

The conference will be held in English (no translation provided), and is
preliminarily scheduled for Septemebr 4th-5th, 2019.


Homepage of the Center for Historical Research of the Polish Academy
of Sciences Berlin

<http://www.cbh.pan.pl/pl/wydarzenia/jewish-polish-german-realms-memory-triple-neighbourhood

URL of the Conference
<http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/termine/id=3D39331>

Posted by Yvonne Stern, Sao Paulo, Brazil

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