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Descendants of Marcus PARKER born Mordche PACHTER- Kleszczele, Grodno Gubernia #general

tina levine
 

I am searching for descendants of <arcus and Rebecca
Steinber(g)PARKER of Oakland City, California.

Born Mordche PACHTER, he arrived in 1906,via Galveston
and became Marcus Parker. Rebecca came in 1908 with
children Gedalie (George), Leiser (Louis) Chaie
(Dora), and Ittke (Edith). Sons Maurice (1909) and
Harry (1911) were born in California.

Marcus was a merchant. The family resided at 515 Valle
Vista Ave. in Oakland City per 1920 and 1930 census.

His brother Peretz PACHTER arrived in 1911 with wife
Riwa, son Abraam and daughter Rahil >from Kleszczele,
in Grodno Gubernia.

I believe they are family (siblings or cousins) of my
ggf David Pachter. Kleszczele was close to
Siemiatycze. My 86 year old aunt has stated that my
grandfather Louis (Leibe) Pachter definitely had
cousins residing on the west coast, but she doesn't
recall any names.

Thank you for any help you can provide in my search.
Please respond privately.

Tina Pachter Levine
NYC
TSL553@yahoo.com
Searching PACHTER-Siemiatycze, KIRZNER-Lyakhovich,
ZOLONDEK/ROSENBERG-Wawolnica


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Descendants of Marcus PARKER born Mordche PACHTER- Kleszczele, Grodno Gubernia #general

tina levine
 

I am searching for descendants of <arcus and Rebecca
Steinber(g)PARKER of Oakland City, California.

Born Mordche PACHTER, he arrived in 1906,via Galveston
and became Marcus Parker. Rebecca came in 1908 with
children Gedalie (George), Leiser (Louis) Chaie
(Dora), and Ittke (Edith). Sons Maurice (1909) and
Harry (1911) were born in California.

Marcus was a merchant. The family resided at 515 Valle
Vista Ave. in Oakland City per 1920 and 1930 census.

His brother Peretz PACHTER arrived in 1911 with wife
Riwa, son Abraam and daughter Rahil >from Kleszczele,
in Grodno Gubernia.

I believe they are family (siblings or cousins) of my
ggf David Pachter. Kleszczele was close to
Siemiatycze. My 86 year old aunt has stated that my
grandfather Louis (Leibe) Pachter definitely had
cousins residing on the west coast, but she doesn't
recall any names.

Thank you for any help you can provide in my search.
Please respond privately.

Tina Pachter Levine
NYC
TSL553@yahoo.com
Searching PACHTER-Siemiatycze, KIRZNER-Lyakhovich,
ZOLONDEK/ROSENBERG-Wawolnica


Romania or Russia #romania

L A <lisala7366@...>
 

Hi Cissie,

I think that entire region was called Russia at one
time, My maiden name was GOLDEN and it is thought
that it was changed >from GOLDENBERG or something
similar. I was also told that they came >from Romania
but on my GF's census records it says Russia. By the
way my GGp's were Bernard GOLDEN and Rita DUDLER.
Lived in Boston then NYC. Had three children Jack or
Joseph who married my grandmother in 1937 (Ida
GREENBLATT), Lillian and Rose. I know one of the
girls married someone named FISCHER. Jack and Ida
divorced in 1938. He worked for the railroad.

Lisa Arnett
Researching the Goldmans & Greenblatt, >from Kishinev
Golden >from Romania, Finegold Somewhere in Russia


Romania SIG #Romania Romania or Russia #romania

L A <lisala7366@...>
 

Hi Cissie,

I think that entire region was called Russia at one
time, My maiden name was GOLDEN and it is thought
that it was changed >from GOLDENBERG or something
similar. I was also told that they came >from Romania
but on my GF's census records it says Russia. By the
way my GGp's were Bernard GOLDEN and Rita DUDLER.
Lived in Boston then NYC. Had three children Jack or
Joseph who married my grandmother in 1937 (Ida
GREENBLATT), Lillian and Rose. I know one of the
girls married someone named FISCHER. Jack and Ida
divorced in 1938. He worked for the railroad.

Lisa Arnett
Researching the Goldmans & Greenblatt, >from Kishinev
Golden >from Romania, Finegold Somewhere in Russia


The GOLD children from Jassy, Romania #romania

Ariel Parkansky
 

The region called Bessarabia, between rivers Dniestr and
Prut changed several times of hands so depending on the
date your ancestors emmigrated they could have been
registered as Russians or Romanians. Most of my family,
emigrating around 1900 >from Kishinev and Tighina, were
registerd as Russian, however, a later wave, coming in 1920
had Romanian passport.

- before 1812 was part of the Ottoman empire as Moldavia
- 1812-1918 part of Russia: most of Moldavia was annexed by
Russia (as Bessarabia) after Turkish-Russian war
(1806-1812). The remaining part of Moldavia joined
Wallachia in 1859 in what would became the Kingdom of
Romania
- 1918-1940 part of Romania: after WWI, in 1918 Bessarabia
declared its independence >from Russia and united with the
Kingdom of Romania.
- 1940-1941 part of Russia: in the beginnings of WWII USSR
re-captured and annexed the region.
- 1941-1944 under romanian occupation: on July, 1941 german
and romanian troops occupied the region. When Russians
re-entered in 1944 only few jewish were still alive.
- 1944-1991 part of Russia: on August, 1944 USSR army
re-conquered Bessarabia and reorganised it as Moldavian
SSR, by adding the Moldavian ASSR and transferring its
southern and northern parts to Ukrainian SSR. In 1991 the
Moldavian SSR.
- >from 1991 independent republic of Moldova: on August,
1991 they declared the independence becoming the Republica
Moldova. The eastern region, called Transnistria or
Trans-Dniestr, is a pro-Russian separatist region that
declared its independence >from Moldova. There was a war in
1992 between Transnistria (supported by Russia and Ukraine)
and Moldova. Today, Transnistria is a facto independent
region that includes for example the bessarabian city of
Tighina (Bender or Bendery).

Ariel PARKANSKY
(Buenos Aires, Argentina / Paris, France)
http://www.thefamilytree.com.ar

Kishinev, Tighina: PARKANSKY, LECHNER
Kishinev, Calarasi: DUBIN, CHERNIAVSKY, FISMAN
Odessa: VAISBEN, HOCHMANN, SCHARTZ
Kiev, Odessa, Neporotovo: ERLICHMAN, AISENGART
Kiliya: SCHWARZBERG
Bessarabia, Petrograd, Odessa: GLASS, KERSCHNER, ZEIGNER
Chichelnik: ZUKERMAN, LASHOCK
Podolsky: SITCOF, LERMAN


Romania SIG #Romania The GOLD children from Jassy, Romania #romania

Ariel Parkansky
 

The region called Bessarabia, between rivers Dniestr and
Prut changed several times of hands so depending on the
date your ancestors emmigrated they could have been
registered as Russians or Romanians. Most of my family,
emigrating around 1900 >from Kishinev and Tighina, were
registerd as Russian, however, a later wave, coming in 1920
had Romanian passport.

- before 1812 was part of the Ottoman empire as Moldavia
- 1812-1918 part of Russia: most of Moldavia was annexed by
Russia (as Bessarabia) after Turkish-Russian war
(1806-1812). The remaining part of Moldavia joined
Wallachia in 1859 in what would became the Kingdom of
Romania
- 1918-1940 part of Romania: after WWI, in 1918 Bessarabia
declared its independence >from Russia and united with the
Kingdom of Romania.
- 1940-1941 part of Russia: in the beginnings of WWII USSR
re-captured and annexed the region.
- 1941-1944 under romanian occupation: on July, 1941 german
and romanian troops occupied the region. When Russians
re-entered in 1944 only few jewish were still alive.
- 1944-1991 part of Russia: on August, 1944 USSR army
re-conquered Bessarabia and reorganised it as Moldavian
SSR, by adding the Moldavian ASSR and transferring its
southern and northern parts to Ukrainian SSR. In 1991 the
Moldavian SSR.
- >from 1991 independent republic of Moldova: on August,
1991 they declared the independence becoming the Republica
Moldova. The eastern region, called Transnistria or
Trans-Dniestr, is a pro-Russian separatist region that
declared its independence >from Moldova. There was a war in
1992 between Transnistria (supported by Russia and Ukraine)
and Moldova. Today, Transnistria is a facto independent
region that includes for example the bessarabian city of
Tighina (Bender or Bendery).

Ariel PARKANSKY
(Buenos Aires, Argentina / Paris, France)
http://www.thefamilytree.com.ar

Kishinev, Tighina: PARKANSKY, LECHNER
Kishinev, Calarasi: DUBIN, CHERNIAVSKY, FISMAN
Odessa: VAISBEN, HOCHMANN, SCHARTZ
Kiev, Odessa, Neporotovo: ERLICHMAN, AISENGART
Kiliya: SCHWARZBERG
Bessarabia, Petrograd, Odessa: GLASS, KERSCHNER, ZEIGNER
Chichelnik: ZUKERMAN, LASHOCK
Podolsky: SITCOF, LERMAN


Reply from Romanian Archives - need translation #romania

Hilary Henkin
 

Dear group,
Based on prior messages of this group regarding new procedures for
requests >from various Romanian archives, in July I sent a request to
Bucharest for two records >from Galati. After no response for two
months, in September I wrote to the Romanian Embassy in Washington DC
asking them to assist.

I just received a letter >from the Archives! I can tell they're
asking me to send them funds, but need the letter translated so I can
do just that.

I've posted the letter at
<http://www.mymishpocha.net/rinc_wies/romania-letter.htm>;. You may
reply privately or publicly, but either way, please don't type out
any bank account number, for internet security purposes.

I will, of course, keep you all appraised of any progress!

Thanks so much,
Hilary


Romania SIG #Romania Reply from Romanian Archives - need translation #romania

Hilary Henkin
 

Dear group,
Based on prior messages of this group regarding new procedures for
requests >from various Romanian archives, in July I sent a request to
Bucharest for two records >from Galati. After no response for two
months, in September I wrote to the Romanian Embassy in Washington DC
asking them to assist.

I just received a letter >from the Archives! I can tell they're
asking me to send them funds, but need the letter translated so I can
do just that.

I've posted the letter at
<http://www.mymishpocha.net/rinc_wies/romania-letter.htm>;. You may
reply privately or publicly, but either way, please don't type out
any bank account number, for internet security purposes.

I will, of course, keep you all appraised of any progress!

Thanks so much,
Hilary


lost data of Iliescu #romania

h9750477@...
 

Hi ,

I want ask those who was in touch with me and gave me advice
and all the help I need, to send me the massages which are
very important for me, because my computer crashed and I lost
all data.

Thank you very much and please answer me privately
Mika Hovav
h9750477@bezeqint.net


New JewishGen policy on references to outside websites #romania

Dick Plotz
 

JewishGen has adopted the following policy as an extension of the
existing one-time mention policy for commercial websites, effective
1 December 2006. The existing policy was not clear as to how
non-commercial websites should be treated. The new policy
distinguishes between sites that have or do not have a relationship
with JewishGen (either as a donor of data or by making a financial
contribution).

The policy:

1. Commercial (access by subscription or other payment)
genealogy-related websites are entitled to one "sales mention" on each
JewishGen mailing list per site. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties, such as "I found my great-great-uncle on
ancestry.com," are permitted after the "one-time" mention, but
references, with URLs, to resources on sites that have already had
a one-time mention are not permitted. Example: ancestry.com. This
relaxes the old policy, which was not clear about the status of incidental
mentions.

2. Non-commercial (free access) genealogy-related sites that are *not*
affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to one update post,
not to exceed 1 page in length, during the first week of each month
on each JewishGen mailing list. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties are permitted. Example: museumoffamilyhistory.com.
This is a ***new*** policy. The old policy was not clear about how to
treat unaffiliated noncommercial sites.

3. Sites affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to update
posts as new resources become available. Example: ushmm.org.
This portion of the policy is unchanged.

This clarification has been made necessary by the excessive use of
expensive bandwidth to promote sites that have no relationship to
JewishGen, and was designed to provide a balance between the
legitimate needs of noncommercial sites and JewishGen's need to
conserve its resources in order to provide the best possible service
to its users. If you post messages to JewishGen lists about outside
websites, please take note of this new policy. The vast majority of our
users will not be affected by this change.

If you have any questions about how this policy applies to you, please
write to me privately at rplotz@jewishgen.org. Do *not* write to the list.
Messages about the policy will not be posted.

Dick Plotz
Manager of Mailing Lists
JewishGen, Inc.


Romania SIG #Romania lost data of Iliescu #romania

h9750477@...
 

Hi ,

I want ask those who was in touch with me and gave me advice
and all the help I need, to send me the massages which are
very important for me, because my computer crashed and I lost
all data.

Thank you very much and please answer me privately
Mika Hovav
h9750477@bezeqint.net


Romania SIG #Romania New JewishGen policy on references to outside websites #romania

Dick Plotz
 

JewishGen has adopted the following policy as an extension of the
existing one-time mention policy for commercial websites, effective
1 December 2006. The existing policy was not clear as to how
non-commercial websites should be treated. The new policy
distinguishes between sites that have or do not have a relationship
with JewishGen (either as a donor of data or by making a financial
contribution).

The policy:

1. Commercial (access by subscription or other payment)
genealogy-related websites are entitled to one "sales mention" on each
JewishGen mailing list per site. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties, such as "I found my great-great-uncle on
ancestry.com," are permitted after the "one-time" mention, but
references, with URLs, to resources on sites that have already had
a one-time mention are not permitted. Example: ancestry.com. This
relaxes the old policy, which was not clear about the status of incidental
mentions.

2. Non-commercial (free access) genealogy-related sites that are *not*
affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to one update post,
not to exceed 1 page in length, during the first week of each month
on each JewishGen mailing list. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties are permitted. Example: museumoffamilyhistory.com.
This is a ***new*** policy. The old policy was not clear about how to
treat unaffiliated noncommercial sites.

3. Sites affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to update
posts as new resources become available. Example: ushmm.org.
This portion of the policy is unchanged.

This clarification has been made necessary by the excessive use of
expensive bandwidth to promote sites that have no relationship to
JewishGen, and was designed to provide a balance between the
legitimate needs of noncommercial sites and JewishGen's need to
conserve its resources in order to provide the best possible service
to its users. If you post messages to JewishGen lists about outside
websites, please take note of this new policy. The vast majority of our
users will not be affected by this change.

If you have any questions about how this policy applies to you, please
write to me privately at rplotz@jewishgen.org. Do *not* write to the list.
Messages about the policy will not be posted.

Dick Plotz
Manager of Mailing Lists
JewishGen, Inc.


New JewishGen policy on references to outside websites #france

Dick Plotz
 

JewishGen has adopted the following policy as an extension of the
existing one-time mention policy for commercial websites, effective
1 December 2006. The existing policy was not clear as to how
non-commercial websites should be treated. The new policy
distinguishes between sites that have or do not have a relationship
with JewishGen (either as a donor of data or by making a financial
contribution).

The policy:

1. Commercial (access by subscription or other payment)
genealogy-related websites are entitled to one "sales mention" on each
JewishGen mailing list per site. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties, such as "I found my great-great-uncle on
ancestry.com," are permitted after the "one-time" mention, but
references, with URLs, to resources on sites that have already had
a one-time mention are not permitted. Example: ancestry.com. This
relaxes the old policy, which was not clear about the status of incidental
mentions.

2. Non-commercial (free access) genealogy-related sites that are *not*
affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to one update post,
not to exceed 1 page in length, during the first week of each month
on each JewishGen mailing list. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties are permitted. Example: museumoffamilyhistory.com.
This is a ***new*** policy. The old policy was not clear about how to
treat unaffiliated noncommercial sites.

3. Sites affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to update
posts as new resources become available. Example: ushmm.org.
This portion of the policy is unchanged.

This clarification has been made necessary by the excessive use of
expensive bandwidth to promote sites that have no relationship to
JewishGen, and was designed to provide a balance between the
legitimate needs of noncommercial sites and JewishGen's need to
conserve its resources in order to provide the best possible service
to its users. If you post messages to JewishGen lists about outside
websites, please take note of this new policy. The vast majority of our
users will not be affected by this change.

If you have any questions about how this policy applies to you, please
write to me privately at rplotz@jewishgen.org. Do *not* write to the list.
Messages about the policy will not be posted.

Dick Plotz
Manager of Mailing Lists
JewishGen, Inc.


French SIG #France New JewishGen policy on references to outside websites #france

Dick Plotz
 

JewishGen has adopted the following policy as an extension of the
existing one-time mention policy for commercial websites, effective
1 December 2006. The existing policy was not clear as to how
non-commercial websites should be treated. The new policy
distinguishes between sites that have or do not have a relationship
with JewishGen (either as a donor of data or by making a financial
contribution).

The policy:

1. Commercial (access by subscription or other payment)
genealogy-related websites are entitled to one "sales mention" on each
JewishGen mailing list per site. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties, such as "I found my great-great-uncle on
ancestry.com," are permitted after the "one-time" mention, but
references, with URLs, to resources on sites that have already had
a one-time mention are not permitted. Example: ancestry.com. This
relaxes the old policy, which was not clear about the status of incidental
mentions.

2. Non-commercial (free access) genealogy-related sites that are *not*
affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to one update post,
not to exceed 1 page in length, during the first week of each month
on each JewishGen mailing list. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties are permitted. Example: museumoffamilyhistory.com.
This is a ***new*** policy. The old policy was not clear about how to
treat unaffiliated noncommercial sites.

3. Sites affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to update
posts as new resources become available. Example: ushmm.org.
This portion of the policy is unchanged.

This clarification has been made necessary by the excessive use of
expensive bandwidth to promote sites that have no relationship to
JewishGen, and was designed to provide a balance between the
legitimate needs of noncommercial sites and JewishGen's need to
conserve its resources in order to provide the best possible service
to its users. If you post messages to JewishGen lists about outside
websites, please take note of this new policy. The vast majority of our
users will not be affected by this change.

If you have any questions about how this policy applies to you, please
write to me privately at rplotz@jewishgen.org. Do *not* write to the list.
Messages about the policy will not be posted.

Dick Plotz
Manager of Mailing Lists
JewishGen, Inc.


New JewishGen policy on references to outside websites #usa

Dick Plotz
 

JewishGen has adopted the following policy as an extension of the
existing one-time mention policy for commercial websites, effective
1 December 2006. The existing policy was not clear as to how
non-commercial websites should be treated. The new policy
distinguishes between sites that have or do not have a relationship
with JewishGen (either as a donor of data or by making a financial
contribution).

The policy:

1. Commercial (access by subscription or other payment)
genealogy-related websites are entitled to one "sales mention" on each
JewishGen mailing list per site. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties, such as "I found my great-great-uncle on
ancestry.com," are permitted after the "one-time" mention, but
references, with URLs, to resources on sites that have already had
a one-time mention are not permitted. Example: ancestry.com. This
relaxes the old policy, which was not clear about the status of incidental
mentions.

2. Non-commercial (free access) genealogy-related sites that are *not*
affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to one update post,
not to exceed 1 page in length, during the first week of each month
on each JewishGen mailing list. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties are permitted. Example: museumoffamilyhistory.com.
This is a ***new*** policy. The old policy was not clear about how to
treat unaffiliated noncommercial sites.

3. Sites affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to update
posts as new resources become available. Example: ushmm.org.
This portion of the policy is unchanged.

This clarification has been made necessary by the excessive use of
expensive bandwidth to promote sites that have no relationship to
JewishGen, and was designed to provide a balance between the
legitimate needs of noncommercial sites and JewishGen's need to
conserve its resources in order to provide the best possible service
to its users. If you post messages to JewishGen lists about outside
websites, please take note of this new policy. The vast majority of our
users will not be affected by this change.

If you have any questions about how this policy applies to you, please
write to me privately at rplotz@jewishgen.org. Do *not* write to the list.
Messages about the policy will not be posted.

Dick Plotz Manager of Mailing Lists JewishGen, Inc. rplotz@jewishgen.org


Early American SIG #USA New JewishGen policy on references to outside websites #usa

Dick Plotz
 

JewishGen has adopted the following policy as an extension of the
existing one-time mention policy for commercial websites, effective
1 December 2006. The existing policy was not clear as to how
non-commercial websites should be treated. The new policy
distinguishes between sites that have or do not have a relationship
with JewishGen (either as a donor of data or by making a financial
contribution).

The policy:

1. Commercial (access by subscription or other payment)
genealogy-related websites are entitled to one "sales mention" on each
JewishGen mailing list per site. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties, such as "I found my great-great-uncle on
ancestry.com," are permitted after the "one-time" mention, but
references, with URLs, to resources on sites that have already had
a one-time mention are not permitted. Example: ancestry.com. This
relaxes the old policy, which was not clear about the status of incidental
mentions.

2. Non-commercial (free access) genealogy-related sites that are *not*
affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to one update post,
not to exceed 1 page in length, during the first week of each month
on each JewishGen mailing list. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties are permitted. Example: museumoffamilyhistory.com.
This is a ***new*** policy. The old policy was not clear about how to
treat unaffiliated noncommercial sites.

3. Sites affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to update
posts as new resources become available. Example: ushmm.org.
This portion of the policy is unchanged.

This clarification has been made necessary by the excessive use of
expensive bandwidth to promote sites that have no relationship to
JewishGen, and was designed to provide a balance between the
legitimate needs of noncommercial sites and JewishGen's need to
conserve its resources in order to provide the best possible service
to its users. If you post messages to JewishGen lists about outside
websites, please take note of this new policy. The vast majority of our
users will not be affected by this change.

If you have any questions about how this policy applies to you, please
write to me privately at rplotz@jewishgen.org. Do *not* write to the list.
Messages about the policy will not be posted.

Dick Plotz Manager of Mailing Lists JewishGen, Inc. rplotz@jewishgen.org


Re: Researching SCHWARZ, WINTERNITZ, FURCHTGOTT, BARAKER #austria-czech

David & Diana Laufer <dlaufer@...>
 

Mat GROSS wrote

my Maternal Matriarch (mothers mother mother, etc) is ROSA SCHWARZ,
i'd assume she was born approximately 1870 in Vienna. She was
married to HERMAN WINTERNITZ, also of Vienna, birthdate unknown.


On the Vienna Jewish cemetery database http://friedhof.ikg-wien.at/result.asp?lang=de there is one
Hermann WINTERNITZ who was buried on 26.02.1912 in the Central Cemetery, Gate 1, Group 50, Row 17,
Grave 49A. He was 38 years old.

You could browse through the relevant LDS microfilms 1347637 and 1347638 or enquire directly to the
IKG Wien.for the death record of Hermann WINTERNITZ.

Regards

David Laufer
Sydney


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Researching SCHWARZ, WINTERNITZ, FURCHTGOTT, BARAKER #austria-czech

David & Diana Laufer <dlaufer@...>
 

Mat GROSS wrote

my Maternal Matriarch (mothers mother mother, etc) is ROSA SCHWARZ,
i'd assume she was born approximately 1870 in Vienna. She was
married to HERMAN WINTERNITZ, also of Vienna, birthdate unknown.


On the Vienna Jewish cemetery database http://friedhof.ikg-wien.at/result.asp?lang=de there is one
Hermann WINTERNITZ who was buried on 26.02.1912 in the Central Cemetery, Gate 1, Group 50, Row 17,
Grave 49A. He was 38 years old.

You could browse through the relevant LDS microfilms 1347637 and 1347638 or enquire directly to the
IKG Wien.for the death record of Hermann WINTERNITZ.

Regards

David Laufer
Sydney


New JewishGen policy on references to outside websites #germany

Dick Plotz
 

JewishGen has adopted the following policy as an extension of the
existing one-time mention policy for commercial websites,
effective 1 December 2006.

The existing policy was not clear as to how non-commercial websites
should be treated. The new policy distinguishes between sites that
have or do not have a relationship with JewishGen (either as a donor
of data or by making a financial contribution).

The policy:

1. Commercial (access by subscription or other payment)
genealogy-related websites are entitled to one "sales mention" on each
JewishGen mailing list per site. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties, such as "I found my great-great-uncle on
ancestry.com," are permitted after the "one-time" mention, but
references, with URLs, to resources on sites that have already had
a one-time mention are not permitted. Example: ancestry.com. This relaxes
the old policy, which was not clear about the status of incidental mentions.

2. Non-commercial (free access) genealogy-related sites that are *not*
affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to one update post,
not to exceed 1 page in length, during the first week of each month
on each JewishGen mailing list. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties are permitted. Example: museumoffamilyhistory.com.
This is a ***new*** policy. The old policy was not clear about how to
treat unaffiliated noncommercial sites.

3. Sites affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to update
posts as new resources become available. Example: ushmm.org.
This portion of the policy is unchanged.

This clarification has been made necessary by the excessive use of
expensive bandwidth to promote sites that have no relationship to
JewishGen, and was designed to provide a balance between the
legitimate needs of noncommercial sites and JewishGen's need to
conserve its resources in order to provide the best possible service
to its users. If you post messages to JewishGen lists about outside
websites, please take note of this new policy. The vast majority of our
users will not be affected by this change.

If you have any questions about how this policy applies to you, please
write to me privately at rplotz@jewishgen.org. Do *not* write to the list.
Messages about the policy will not be posted.

Dick Plotz Manager of Mailing Lists JewishGen, Inc. rplotz@jewishgen.org


German SIG #Germany New JewishGen policy on references to outside websites #germany

Dick Plotz
 

JewishGen has adopted the following policy as an extension of the
existing one-time mention policy for commercial websites,
effective 1 December 2006.

The existing policy was not clear as to how non-commercial websites
should be treated. The new policy distinguishes between sites that
have or do not have a relationship with JewishGen (either as a donor
of data or by making a financial contribution).

The policy:

1. Commercial (access by subscription or other payment)
genealogy-related websites are entitled to one "sales mention" on each
JewishGen mailing list per site. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties, such as "I found my great-great-uncle on
ancestry.com," are permitted after the "one-time" mention, but
references, with URLs, to resources on sites that have already had
a one-time mention are not permitted. Example: ancestry.com. This relaxes
the old policy, which was not clear about the status of incidental mentions.

2. Non-commercial (free access) genealogy-related sites that are *not*
affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to one update post,
not to exceed 1 page in length, during the first week of each month
on each JewishGen mailing list. Posts to special-interest (SIG) lists
must be ontopic in order to be posted. Incidental mentions by
disinterested parties are permitted. Example: museumoffamilyhistory.com.
This is a ***new*** policy. The old policy was not clear about how to
treat unaffiliated noncommercial sites.

3. Sites affiliated with or hosted by JewishGen are entitled to update
posts as new resources become available. Example: ushmm.org.
This portion of the policy is unchanged.

This clarification has been made necessary by the excessive use of
expensive bandwidth to promote sites that have no relationship to
JewishGen, and was designed to provide a balance between the
legitimate needs of noncommercial sites and JewishGen's need to
conserve its resources in order to provide the best possible service
to its users. If you post messages to JewishGen lists about outside
websites, please take note of this new policy. The vast majority of our
users will not be affected by this change.

If you have any questions about how this policy applies to you, please
write to me privately at rplotz@jewishgen.org. Do *not* write to the list.
Messages about the policy will not be posted.

Dick Plotz Manager of Mailing Lists JewishGen, Inc. rplotz@jewishgen.org