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Neamtz county records #romania

Sorin Goldenberg <soring0412@...>
 

I am happy to announce that we (the Botosani research team) have
finished indexing the Births and Marriages of the three main cities in
today Neamtz county: Piatra Neamtz, Roman and Targu Neamtz, years
1865-1914.
There are over 30 thousands birth records for those places, more than
12500 >from Piatra, 11000 >from Roman, and 6600 >from Targu Neamtz.
There are over 4300 marriage records: 1780 >from Piatra, 1620 from
Roman, 900 >from Targu Neamtz.
Our collection of Romanian civil state records has now over two
hundred thousands Jewish records - all the Jewish locations of the
historical Botosani and Dorohoi county, also Husi, Vaslui, Falticeni
and the above Neamtz county cities. We have also tens of thousands of
other records - metrical registers, censuses, military records, etc...
with lots of stuff waiting for being indexed.
Death records are being indexed.
Also in indexing, the few surviving Metrical registers >from before 1865.
I would like to thank all the few volunteers who invested time and
made it happen. It couldn't have happened without their efforts.
In the last year we have completed the acquisition of the Jewish
schools collection >from the city of Botosani (late 1890s - 1947). In
addition to the nostalgia, they supply vital information about people
born in the period that it is considered confidential, and it will
take many years for their birth records to be released.
We've made just a little progress in indexing them. Anyone who knows
Romanian and has the time to help, is invited to help us.
Our group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1465078043774333/

Sorin Goldenberg
Israel

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please note that his is not a JewishGen or Rom-SIG project.


Romania SIG #Romania Neamtz county records #romania

Sorin Goldenberg <soring0412@...>
 

I am happy to announce that we (the Botosani research team) have
finished indexing the Births and Marriages of the three main cities in
today Neamtz county: Piatra Neamtz, Roman and Targu Neamtz, years
1865-1914.
There are over 30 thousands birth records for those places, more than
12500 >from Piatra, 11000 >from Roman, and 6600 >from Targu Neamtz.
There are over 4300 marriage records: 1780 >from Piatra, 1620 from
Roman, 900 >from Targu Neamtz.
Our collection of Romanian civil state records has now over two
hundred thousands Jewish records - all the Jewish locations of the
historical Botosani and Dorohoi county, also Husi, Vaslui, Falticeni
and the above Neamtz county cities. We have also tens of thousands of
other records - metrical registers, censuses, military records, etc...
with lots of stuff waiting for being indexed.
Death records are being indexed.
Also in indexing, the few surviving Metrical registers >from before 1865.
I would like to thank all the few volunteers who invested time and
made it happen. It couldn't have happened without their efforts.
In the last year we have completed the acquisition of the Jewish
schools collection >from the city of Botosani (late 1890s - 1947). In
addition to the nostalgia, they supply vital information about people
born in the period that it is considered confidential, and it will
take many years for their birth records to be released.
We've made just a little progress in indexing them. Anyone who knows
Romanian and has the time to help, is invited to help us.
Our group:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1465078043774333/

Sorin Goldenberg
Israel

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please note that his is not a JewishGen or Rom-SIG project.


The BLOCHS from Brno #austria-czech

johnpanofsky@...
 

Hi,

This message concerns the BLOCHS >from Brno, the EISENSTADTER BUZIAS >from Ba=
nat and Vienna, the LANDESMANN >from Teplice and Usti nad Labem and the FUERTH
from Strakonice. These are the familial roots of my gr grandparents Luisa and
Felix BLOCH whose lives I've been helping to research the past couple of years.

I would be very much interested in hearing >from descendents of these famili=
es or others with overlapping research interests.

The time period in focus is >from the birth of Felix and Luisa in the
1870-80s until the death of their daughter, my grandmother, Helene HERRMANN
(born BLOCH, later PANOFSKY) in 1965.

Themes for our research include the Jewish womens' association of Brno, the
human rights leagues in Brno, German cultural associations in Brno such as
Schlaraffia Bruna Burschenschaft and Deutsches Haus, aryanisation
of family businesses, including E. Bloch & Sohner, the deportation of Czech refugees
to Lodz, the Czech Jewish exile community in London and the connections to and fate
of family friends, in-laws, and colleagues such as the BASCH, Hofrad Dr. Michael ECKSTEIN,
Manfred EISLER,=C2=A0the FREUNDS, the FREUNDLICH, the HERDANS, the HERMANNs ,
the IRMENBACHS, >from Prague, Nora LUSTIG, the LOEW-BEER, the PETSCHEKS >from Usti
nad Labem, the SCHERBAKS and Dr. Otto SCHUTZ.

Greetings >from Gothenburg, Sweden

John Panofsky


Czech National Archives #austria-czech

henry wellisch
 

I am doing some research for the first time in these archives (on
line) and find it quite a challenge. The problem is not the German
language which I speak, but I can not find what I am looking for.
Firstly, I came across an alphabetical index of family names and found
among these several people with the name of EHRENWERTH, which is the
family I am researching.
For instance: I found in this index the marriage of Julius Ehrenwerth
to Rosi Bloch, and with it the notation: Blatt (page) 55, Post 392.
My question is: Where can I find this Blatt with this marriage?
Henry Wellisch
Toronto
wellisch12@...


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech The BLOCHS from Brno #austria-czech

johnpanofsky@...
 

Hi,

This message concerns the BLOCHS >from Brno, the EISENSTADTER BUZIAS >from Ba=
nat and Vienna, the LANDESMANN >from Teplice and Usti nad Labem and the FUERTH
from Strakonice. These are the familial roots of my gr grandparents Luisa and
Felix BLOCH whose lives I've been helping to research the past couple of years.

I would be very much interested in hearing >from descendents of these famili=
es or others with overlapping research interests.

The time period in focus is >from the birth of Felix and Luisa in the
1870-80s until the death of their daughter, my grandmother, Helene HERRMANN
(born BLOCH, later PANOFSKY) in 1965.

Themes for our research include the Jewish womens' association of Brno, the
human rights leagues in Brno, German cultural associations in Brno such as
Schlaraffia Bruna Burschenschaft and Deutsches Haus, aryanisation
of family businesses, including E. Bloch & Sohner, the deportation of Czech refugees
to Lodz, the Czech Jewish exile community in London and the connections to and fate
of family friends, in-laws, and colleagues such as the BASCH, Hofrad Dr. Michael ECKSTEIN,
Manfred EISLER,=C2=A0the FREUNDS, the FREUNDLICH, the HERDANS, the HERMANNs ,
the IRMENBACHS, >from Prague, Nora LUSTIG, the LOEW-BEER, the PETSCHEKS >from Usti
nad Labem, the SCHERBAKS and Dr. Otto SCHUTZ.

Greetings >from Gothenburg, Sweden

John Panofsky


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Czech National Archives #austria-czech

henry wellisch
 

I am doing some research for the first time in these archives (on
line) and find it quite a challenge. The problem is not the German
language which I speak, but I can not find what I am looking for.
Firstly, I came across an alphabetical index of family names and found
among these several people with the name of EHRENWERTH, which is the
family I am researching.
For instance: I found in this index the marriage of Julius Ehrenwerth
to Rosi Bloch, and with it the notation: Blatt (page) 55, Post 392.
My question is: Where can I find this Blatt with this marriage?
Henry Wellisch
Toronto
wellisch12@...


Pavel Kral Death #austria-czech

lilotmoorman@...
 

Dear Siggers,
I have sad news for the many Singers whose lives were touched by Pavel Kral/Kalmar.
Pavel survived the Holocaust of Slovakian Jews in Bytca as a teen age resistance
fighter, and then made it his life's work to insure that the Jews of Bytca would not be forgotten. He self-published a comprehensive =
illustrated record of the city's Jewish community and their
history, which was translated into four languages. Copies have become
part of the Yad Vashem and United States Holocaust Museum archives, and
are available there for researchers.
Pavel also created a mins-boggling documented genealogy of the
Kalmar/Kohn and Leimdorfer families, going back to the 16th century. It
has become an invaluable resource for for researchers of
Austrian/Hungarian origin. He also had a website, Webova Stranka Rodiny
Pavla Kral.
Lilot Moorman
Atlanta, GA
Searching for Schuller, Schueller, Frankl


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Pavel Kral Death #austria-czech

lilotmoorman@...
 

Dear Siggers,
I have sad news for the many Singers whose lives were touched by Pavel Kral/Kalmar.
Pavel survived the Holocaust of Slovakian Jews in Bytca as a teen age resistance
fighter, and then made it his life's work to insure that the Jews of Bytca would not be forgotten. He self-published a comprehensive =
illustrated record of the city's Jewish community and their
history, which was translated into four languages. Copies have become
part of the Yad Vashem and United States Holocaust Museum archives, and
are available there for researchers.
Pavel also created a mins-boggling documented genealogy of the
Kalmar/Kohn and Leimdorfer families, going back to the 16th century. It
has become an invaluable resource for for researchers of
Austrian/Hungarian origin. He also had a website, Webova Stranka Rodiny
Pavla Kral.
Lilot Moorman
Atlanta, GA
Searching for Schuller, Schueller, Frankl


research brother and sisters family lembersky or lemberski #france

Lemberski Evelyne
 

research brother and sisters family lembersky or lemberski

I would like to know the names of the brother and three sisters of my grandfather chuma lemberski or lembersky born on 10 081900 or 1904 in zvenyhorodka (ukraine). my grandfather's parents were called leiba itzek (lejvi-itsko) or leon gold leivi istic lembersky born 1865 eteta lazar or Helene schartsman or chvarchman or chrvarzmann or swartzman born 1867
it seems that one of the three sisters left to live in Philadelphia in the United States between 1920 and 1930.
are there descendants?


evelyne lemberski
saint maurice
france
evelynelemberski@...


French SIG #France research brother and sisters family lembersky or lemberski #france

Lemberski Evelyne
 

research brother and sisters family lembersky or lemberski

I would like to know the names of the brother and three sisters of my grandfather chuma lemberski or lembersky born on 10 081900 or 1904 in zvenyhorodka (ukraine). my grandfather's parents were called leiba itzek (lejvi-itsko) or leon gold leivi istic lembersky born 1865 eteta lazar or Helene schartsman or chvarchman or chrvarzmann or swartzman born 1867
it seems that one of the three sisters left to live in Philadelphia in the United States between 1920 and 1930.
are there descendants?


evelyne lemberski
saint maurice
france
evelynelemberski@...


New Montefiore Cemetery West Babylon, NY Offering #general

A. E. Jordan
 

I am going to be visiting New Montefiore Cemetery in West Babylon, NY soon.
I am happy to photograph some graves if you want to contact me off list. The way I
do this is that I ask you to send me the details and I locate it and take the
photo and email it to you. I do appreciate a few dollars in return nothing too
lavish but enough to help offset the expense of doing this for everyone. In is
going to be a 20 mile trip each way for me.

I have not been to this cemetery s I am not totally sure what will be involved in
finding the individual graves but if it is like the Montefiore in Queens it should
not be too difficult.

Please email me privately to discuss.

Thank you
Allan Jordan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New Montefiore Cemetery West Babylon, NY Offering #general

A. E. Jordan
 

I am going to be visiting New Montefiore Cemetery in West Babylon, NY soon.
I am happy to photograph some graves if you want to contact me off list. The way I
do this is that I ask you to send me the details and I locate it and take the
photo and email it to you. I do appreciate a few dollars in return nothing too
lavish but enough to help offset the expense of doing this for everyone. In is
going to be a 20 mile trip each way for me.

I have not been to this cemetery s I am not totally sure what will be involved in
finding the individual graves but if it is like the Montefiore in Queens it should
not be too difficult.

Please email me privately to discuss.

Thank you
Allan Jordan


Eliane Mireille FRANK-WALLERSTEIN, Mulhouse #general

Dick Plotz
 

Eliane Mireille FRANK was born 13 June 1913 in St.-Gallen, Switzerland, daughter of
Adolph and Rahel (SPIRA) FRANK. Adolph died 6 Oct 1918, possibly of influenza.
Rahel remarried Joseph WALLERSTEIN and moved to Mulhouse. I have no further
information on the family, except that Yad Vashem has no information on Eliane,
which leaves me some hope that she survived the Shoah. Adolph Frank's father
Heymann was a cousin, possibly a half first cousin, of my great-grandfather Dr
Joseph Isaac Bluestone of New York, who visited him in St.-Gallen in 1903.

I would be grateful for any further information about Eliane Mireille Frank, and
would be especially interested in making contact with any living descendants.
Please send contact information privately.

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA
Dick@...
or
Geneal@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Eliane Mireille FRANK-WALLERSTEIN, Mulhouse #general

Dick Plotz
 

Eliane Mireille FRANK was born 13 June 1913 in St.-Gallen, Switzerland, daughter of
Adolph and Rahel (SPIRA) FRANK. Adolph died 6 Oct 1918, possibly of influenza.
Rahel remarried Joseph WALLERSTEIN and moved to Mulhouse. I have no further
information on the family, except that Yad Vashem has no information on Eliane,
which leaves me some hope that she survived the Shoah. Adolph Frank's father
Heymann was a cousin, possibly a half first cousin, of my great-grandfather Dr
Joseph Isaac Bluestone of New York, who visited him in St.-Gallen in 1903.

I would be grateful for any further information about Eliane Mireille Frank, and
would be especially interested in making contact with any living descendants.
Please send contact information privately.

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA
Dick@...
or
Geneal@...


ViewMate translation request - Hungarian #general

Lisbeth Stam <stamlisbeth080@...>
 

Dear all

I've posted a vital record in Hungarian for which I need a translation, please.

It is on ViewMate at the following address :
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68534

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Many thanks in advance.

Elisabeth Stam

from France


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

Lisbeth Stam <stamlisbeth080@...>
 

Dear all

I've posted a vital record in Hungarian for which I need a translation, please.

It is on ViewMate at the following address :
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68534

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Many thanks in advance.

Elisabeth Stam

from France


PRISMANS from Kretinga, Lithuania #general

Eve Panush <evepanush@...>
 

My great-grandfather Nathan Judah KROTINGER was born in Kretinga, Lithuania around
January 1847. His last name then was PRISMAN. He married Goldie Chaya Bayla Merkyll
Salzberg in 1873 in Lithuania. He lived in Liverpool, England, where his son Herman
was born on July 26,1889 and then immigrated to the United States around. 1890
where he changed his last name to KROTINGER. Nathan Judah died in 1912 in New
York City, New York, at the age of 65. I have been unable to find a Nathan or Natan
Prisman >from Kretinga in the Litvaksig data who meets any of those dates.
Is anyone researching Prismans or Krotingers >from Kretinga?

Thanks,
Eve Krotinger Panush
Sacramento, California


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen PRISMANS from Kretinga, Lithuania #general

Eve Panush <evepanush@...>
 

My great-grandfather Nathan Judah KROTINGER was born in Kretinga, Lithuania around
January 1847. His last name then was PRISMAN. He married Goldie Chaya Bayla Merkyll
Salzberg in 1873 in Lithuania. He lived in Liverpool, England, where his son Herman
was born on July 26,1889 and then immigrated to the United States around. 1890
where he changed his last name to KROTINGER. Nathan Judah died in 1912 in New
York City, New York, at the age of 65. I have been unable to find a Nathan or Natan
Prisman >from Kretinga in the Litvaksig data who meets any of those dates.
Is anyone researching Prismans or Krotingers >from Kretinga?

Thanks,
Eve Krotinger Panush
Sacramento, California


USHMM Database #general

Lande
 

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) maintains the Holocaust
Survivors and Victims (HSV) database. This database currently contains 7.5
million name records, drawing on the Museum's extensive collections, as well
as records >from other Holocaust related institutions around the world.
Nearly 2 million of these name records are linked to the documents >from
which they were drawn. One can request a copy of a record through the
Instant Document Delivery service. If one finds a name of interest when
searching http://www.ushmm.org/hsv, and it is linked to its source document,
you are prompted to submit a request form and you will receive the document in
your email instantly. HSV is updated frequently >from new sources and links.

Peter Lande
Washington, DC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen USHMM Database #general

Lande
 

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) maintains the Holocaust
Survivors and Victims (HSV) database. This database currently contains 7.5
million name records, drawing on the Museum's extensive collections, as well
as records >from other Holocaust related institutions around the world.
Nearly 2 million of these name records are linked to the documents >from
which they were drawn. One can request a copy of a record through the
Instant Document Delivery service. If one finds a name of interest when
searching http://www.ushmm.org/hsv, and it is linked to its source document,
you are prompted to submit a request form and you will receive the document in
your email instantly. HSV is updated frequently >from new sources and links.

Peter Lande
Washington, DC