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Help in breaking a brick wall! #general

Saba Isio <sabaisio@...>
 

Shalom Genners

Maybe someone out here/there can help me break a brick wall.

For about 50 years have been trying to find descendants of two great Uncles of mine
David (DOB abt. 1872) and Aaron (DOB abt.1874) sons of Shmuel Gedalia the son of
Moshe. According to family lore their family name was Pizem. The two (or maybe one
after the other) emigrated to the USA towards the end of the 19th century in the
1890s. The family last heard >from them a short time, after they had emigrated to
the USA having relocated to the greater Chicago IL,USA area. This is where I
remained stuck in my research for the last 50 years.

A couple of months back, I received what might be a break or crack into the brick
wall. Being a subscriber to MYHERITAGE I was informed that a certain Aaron David
Pizem together with wife (maiden name Shapiro) and children emigrated >from Chicago,
IL, USA to Australia in the early part of the 20th century abt. 1910s. Two of their
children were born in the Chicago area Samuel Abraham Pizem DOB abt 1900, and
Monahan Pizem DOB abt.1912 a daughter Rachel Pizem was born in Australia DOB 26
Nov 1930 she married Gordon Joseph Walker.

If to anyone this story rings a bell or can assist me in joining the
dots together so that I can join and meet new/old family members
will be deeply appreciated. Please reply to my personal email
address @sabaisio. I promise if this brick wall crumbles
I will publish the success story in JewishGen.

Thank you in advance,

Aizic Sechter
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help in breaking a brick wall! #general

Saba Isio <sabaisio@...>
 

Shalom Genners

Maybe someone out here/there can help me break a brick wall.

For about 50 years have been trying to find descendants of two great Uncles of mine
David (DOB abt. 1872) and Aaron (DOB abt.1874) sons of Shmuel Gedalia the son of
Moshe. According to family lore their family name was Pizem. The two (or maybe one
after the other) emigrated to the USA towards the end of the 19th century in the
1890s. The family last heard >from them a short time, after they had emigrated to
the USA having relocated to the greater Chicago IL,USA area. This is where I
remained stuck in my research for the last 50 years.

A couple of months back, I received what might be a break or crack into the brick
wall. Being a subscriber to MYHERITAGE I was informed that a certain Aaron David
Pizem together with wife (maiden name Shapiro) and children emigrated >from Chicago,
IL, USA to Australia in the early part of the 20th century abt. 1910s. Two of their
children were born in the Chicago area Samuel Abraham Pizem DOB abt 1900, and
Monahan Pizem DOB abt.1912 a daughter Rachel Pizem was born in Australia DOB 26
Nov 1930 she married Gordon Joseph Walker.

If to anyone this story rings a bell or can assist me in joining the
dots together so that I can join and meet new/old family members
will be deeply appreciated. Please reply to my personal email
address @sabaisio. I promise if this brick wall crumbles
I will publish the success story in JewishGen.

Thank you in advance,

Aizic Sechter
Israel


(Ukraine-Lviv) Matzevot Rescued From Under L'viv Street Used as Paving #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dozens of matzevot were rescued >from under a L'viv Street which had been
used as paving. Volunteers >from the L'viv Volunteer Center of the Hesed
Arieh All-Ukranian Jewish Charitable Foundation worked to remove dozens of
Jewish headstones that were found paving Barvinok Streetin L'viv. The matzevot
covered the entire street estimated at about 100 stones. The stones
will be placed in the Yanosvskye Jewish Cemetery where other rescued
matzevot were placed. The stones appear to date >from the first half of the
20th century.

Marla Raucher Osborn was among the volunteers and took photos. In the
article is a link to her photos on Facebook. Marla, said the headstones,"
Seventy-five years ago there were Gestapo residences on this street and
Jewish labor was requisitioned to pave the roads with headstones stolen from
Jewish cemeteries".
See:
http://jewish-heritage-europe.eu/2018/06/26/belarus-saving-the-synagogue-in-ashmiany/
(MODERATOR: https://tinyurl.com/yako9lbk )

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (Ukraine-Lviv) Matzevot Rescued From Under L'viv Street Used as Paving #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dozens of matzevot were rescued >from under a L'viv Street which had been
used as paving. Volunteers >from the L'viv Volunteer Center of the Hesed
Arieh All-Ukranian Jewish Charitable Foundation worked to remove dozens of
Jewish headstones that were found paving Barvinok Streetin L'viv. The matzevot
covered the entire street estimated at about 100 stones. The stones
will be placed in the Yanosvskye Jewish Cemetery where other rescued
matzevot were placed. The stones appear to date >from the first half of the
20th century.

Marla Raucher Osborn was among the volunteers and took photos. In the
article is a link to her photos on Facebook. Marla, said the headstones,"
Seventy-five years ago there were Gestapo residences on this street and
Jewish labor was requisitioned to pave the roads with headstones stolen from
Jewish cemeteries".
See:
http://jewish-heritage-europe.eu/2018/06/26/belarus-saving-the-synagogue-in-ashmiany/
(MODERATOR: https://tinyurl.com/yako9lbk )

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Announcing the 2019 Obermayer German Jewish History Awards #germany

Arthur Obermayer
 

The Obermayer Foundation, in cooperation with the President of the
Berlin House of Representatives, the Leo Baeck Institute, and GerSIG,
is pleased to announce the Call for Nominations for the 2019 Obermayer
German Jewish History Awards.

In recent decades, many individuals and organizations in Germany have
worked creatively and selflessly to preserve, raise awareness of, and
breathe new life into the once-vibrant Jewish culture in their communities.

Their work crosses many realms including historical restoration, research,
storytelling, education, art, and community building. Together, these
efforts are making history and some of its most profound lessons accessible
to current-day audiences.

The Obermayer Foundation recognizes the critical importance of these
individuals and organizations, and honors them through its awards
program, held each year since 2000.

The work of awardees has included such activities as:

Restoration of synagogues, cemeteries, and other cultural sites;

Researching and synthesizing first-person accounts, histories, and genealogies;

Informal education and storytelling via public programs and exhibitions;

Formal educational activities focused on schools & other education institutions;

Development of websites, videos, publications, and other media;

Musical/dramatic performance or artistic creation;

Installation of Holocaust memorials and stolpersteine;

Forging connections with the descendants of former residents of a community
or region;

The award program was initiated by Dr. Arthur S. Obermayer (1931-2016).
Awards are administered by the Obermayer Foundation. GerSIG co-founder
Karen Franklin is president of the jury.

The call for nominations can be obtained at:

http://www.obermayer.us/award/nominate.htm

The deadline for submission is September 12, 2018.

Nominees' contributions are evaluated for public impact, educational
relevance and enduring value. Nominees may have done the work either
largely on a volunteer basis or gone far beyond what would be expected
from their paid, professional, or academic work.
The scope of work outlined in the profiles of previous recipients may be
used as a guideline; other significant contributions are also welcome.

Many of you previously submitted nominations. Those nominees who were
not successful may be eligible for this year's awards by submitting an
updated application. Instructions may be found on the Obermayer web site:
http://www.obermayer.us/award/nominate.htm

The formal award ceremony will take place in Berlin on January 21, 2019
at the Abgeordnetenhaus, the home of the Berlin Parliament, and it is
preceded by a banquet the previous evening. Recordings of recent
ceremonies are available on our YouTube Channel:
<https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHC2SFC_HSb0BN8DHXoKgnA>

Travel and hotel expenses for awardees and their spouses will be
covered. Successful nominators are also invited to attend all of
the award ceremony events in Berlin, where they will meet with
the award recipients they have chosen to honor.

Awardees will receive an honorarium to be used for the furtherance of
their work. The ceremony and the awards receive extensive press coverage
in the awardees' communities, throughout Germany, and internationally
(see http://www.obermayer.us/award/news.htm)

CONTACT INFORMATION

For additional information, see http://www.obermayer.us/award.
If you would like to submit a nomination, additional information,
including the Call for Nominations and profiles of previous award
winners and the jury, can be obtained at:
http://www.obermayer.us/award.

You may obtain a hard copy of the Call for Nominations by sending an
email request to:

germanaward@... or a letter to the:

Obermayer Foundation
15 Grey Stone Path
Dedham, MA 02026 USA

Remember that the deadline for submission of nominations is September 12, 2018.

Betty Solbjor, Dedham, MA (on behalf of the Obermayer Foundation)


German SIG #Germany Announcing the 2019 Obermayer German Jewish History Awards #germany

Arthur Obermayer
 

The Obermayer Foundation, in cooperation with the President of the
Berlin House of Representatives, the Leo Baeck Institute, and GerSIG,
is pleased to announce the Call for Nominations for the 2019 Obermayer
German Jewish History Awards.

In recent decades, many individuals and organizations in Germany have
worked creatively and selflessly to preserve, raise awareness of, and
breathe new life into the once-vibrant Jewish culture in their communities.

Their work crosses many realms including historical restoration, research,
storytelling, education, art, and community building. Together, these
efforts are making history and some of its most profound lessons accessible
to current-day audiences.

The Obermayer Foundation recognizes the critical importance of these
individuals and organizations, and honors them through its awards
program, held each year since 2000.

The work of awardees has included such activities as:

Restoration of synagogues, cemeteries, and other cultural sites;

Researching and synthesizing first-person accounts, histories, and genealogies;

Informal education and storytelling via public programs and exhibitions;

Formal educational activities focused on schools & other education institutions;

Development of websites, videos, publications, and other media;

Musical/dramatic performance or artistic creation;

Installation of Holocaust memorials and stolpersteine;

Forging connections with the descendants of former residents of a community
or region;

The award program was initiated by Dr. Arthur S. Obermayer (1931-2016).
Awards are administered by the Obermayer Foundation. GerSIG co-founder
Karen Franklin is president of the jury.

The call for nominations can be obtained at:

http://www.obermayer.us/award/nominate.htm

The deadline for submission is September 12, 2018.

Nominees' contributions are evaluated for public impact, educational
relevance and enduring value. Nominees may have done the work either
largely on a volunteer basis or gone far beyond what would be expected
from their paid, professional, or academic work.
The scope of work outlined in the profiles of previous recipients may be
used as a guideline; other significant contributions are also welcome.

Many of you previously submitted nominations. Those nominees who were
not successful may be eligible for this year's awards by submitting an
updated application. Instructions may be found on the Obermayer web site:
http://www.obermayer.us/award/nominate.htm

The formal award ceremony will take place in Berlin on January 21, 2019
at the Abgeordnetenhaus, the home of the Berlin Parliament, and it is
preceded by a banquet the previous evening. Recordings of recent
ceremonies are available on our YouTube Channel:
<https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHC2SFC_HSb0BN8DHXoKgnA>

Travel and hotel expenses for awardees and their spouses will be
covered. Successful nominators are also invited to attend all of
the award ceremony events in Berlin, where they will meet with
the award recipients they have chosen to honor.

Awardees will receive an honorarium to be used for the furtherance of
their work. The ceremony and the awards receive extensive press coverage
in the awardees' communities, throughout Germany, and internationally
(see http://www.obermayer.us/award/news.htm)

CONTACT INFORMATION

For additional information, see http://www.obermayer.us/award.
If you would like to submit a nomination, additional information,
including the Call for Nominations and profiles of previous award
winners and the jury, can be obtained at:
http://www.obermayer.us/award.

You may obtain a hard copy of the Call for Nominations by sending an
email request to:

germanaward@... or a letter to the:

Obermayer Foundation
15 Grey Stone Path
Dedham, MA 02026 USA

Remember that the deadline for submission of nominations is September 12, 2018.

Betty Solbjor, Dedham, MA (on behalf of the Obermayer Foundation)


Searching for Tova [GRIGST?] KASPI, daughter of Chasa / Etta ZILBERMAN GRIGST #general

Hilary Osofsky
 

I am searching for Tova [GRIGST?] KASPI, who submitted testimony to Yad Vashem for
her mother, Chasa / Etta [ZILBERMAN] GRIGST, in 1956 (Item ID: 656964).Tova might
be living in Israel.

According to Tova, Chasa, was born in "Chwadan," (sic.) Taurage," to Gita and
Mordechai Zilberman in 1889, moved to Memel before World War II, and apparently was
living in Swieciany, Poland, during the war. She was murdered at Silale (Yiddish:
Shilel). Chasa's photo is posted on Yad Vashem's website.

I am searching for Tova because her mother and my grandmother, nee Feige / Fanny
Idelovich, were cousins, both born in Chveidan within a year of one another.
Feige's parents, my g-grandparents Malke Zilberman and Moshe Idelovich (later known
as Morris Edelson), had been living in Chveidan, where they raised their family,
from about the 1870's - 1880's on.
Our U.S. branch of the family remained in touch with Chasa's older brother, Meir
Zilberman, who emigrated to the U.S. in 1886. He settled in Reading, Pennsylvania,
where he lived as Morris Silberman / Silverman with his wife, Ida (Cohn), and their
children, Hannah, Martha, Philip, Jeannette, Martin, and Thobia.

According to Meir's marriage certificate, he was also born in "Chwadan," Russia;
his parents were Gita [-] and "Marcus" Zilberman. However, according to Meir's
death certificate, his father's Hebrew name was Mordechai. Furthermore, his son,
Martin, was named Mordechai in his grandfather's memory.

Chasa and Meir also had half-sisters, Sarah and Mary, born c. 1900-1902, who
emigrated to the U.S. between about 1910-1916. Mary later married Jack Purcell and
emigrated to Israel.

Although I only learned of Tova through her testimony, her mother and my
grandmother, being the same age and living in the same town, would have known each
other as children, before my grandmother was taken to England. Chasa would also
have known my great-grandmother, Malke, quite well.

I would greatly appreciate it if anyone having information that could help me find
Tova would contact me directly either at hilary2@... or hilarymerle@....

Hilary Osofsky
Orinda, California


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for Tova [GRIGST?] KASPI, daughter of Chasa / Etta ZILBERMAN GRIGST #general

Hilary Osofsky
 

I am searching for Tova [GRIGST?] KASPI, who submitted testimony to Yad Vashem for
her mother, Chasa / Etta [ZILBERMAN] GRIGST, in 1956 (Item ID: 656964).Tova might
be living in Israel.

According to Tova, Chasa, was born in "Chwadan," (sic.) Taurage," to Gita and
Mordechai Zilberman in 1889, moved to Memel before World War II, and apparently was
living in Swieciany, Poland, during the war. She was murdered at Silale (Yiddish:
Shilel). Chasa's photo is posted on Yad Vashem's website.

I am searching for Tova because her mother and my grandmother, nee Feige / Fanny
Idelovich, were cousins, both born in Chveidan within a year of one another.
Feige's parents, my g-grandparents Malke Zilberman and Moshe Idelovich (later known
as Morris Edelson), had been living in Chveidan, where they raised their family,
from about the 1870's - 1880's on.
Our U.S. branch of the family remained in touch with Chasa's older brother, Meir
Zilberman, who emigrated to the U.S. in 1886. He settled in Reading, Pennsylvania,
where he lived as Morris Silberman / Silverman with his wife, Ida (Cohn), and their
children, Hannah, Martha, Philip, Jeannette, Martin, and Thobia.

According to Meir's marriage certificate, he was also born in "Chwadan," Russia;
his parents were Gita [-] and "Marcus" Zilberman. However, according to Meir's
death certificate, his father's Hebrew name was Mordechai. Furthermore, his son,
Martin, was named Mordechai in his grandfather's memory.

Chasa and Meir also had half-sisters, Sarah and Mary, born c. 1900-1902, who
emigrated to the U.S. between about 1910-1916. Mary later married Jack Purcell and
emigrated to Israel.

Although I only learned of Tova through her testimony, her mother and my
grandmother, being the same age and living in the same town, would have known each
other as children, before my grandmother was taken to England. Chasa would also
have known my great-grandmother, Malke, quite well.

I would greatly appreciate it if anyone having information that could help me find
Tova would contact me directly either at hilary2@... or hilarymerle@....

Hilary Osofsky
Orinda, California


Seeking Lost Family Members #general

well.evo@...
 

Hello,
I am attempting to trace my birth father and or his family through various sites.
His name is/was Jorge (George) Jones or Jonas >from New York and may have family
still living there or in Venezuela. His birthday could be 1945-1955. I do not know
any facts about him. My mother told me he was >from a Jewish family in New York and
that the had ties to Venezuela. She also mentioned that she decided to convert from
her family's Christian faith, to Judaism in order to marry my birth father. So, I
know that he must have come to Virginia to meet my mother and spent enough time
with her to get engaged and start a family.

from there the details become very obscure. My mother died in 2005, her name was
Sharon Lee. In her papers I found envelopes >from Venezuela but not letters. Her
older sister and her best friends are also in the dark about him, they have not
been able to offer any information about his name or birthday or family for me to
trace. I don'y know where she went to receive her education for her conversion.
She did not attend services, although she would occasionally allow family friends
to take me when I was small. She said she did not feel comfortable anywhere.

My interest is academic. I would like to know about my fathers family. If I have
any. Have children and I would like to be able to know where half of my ancestry
comes from, to be able to tell my boys where they come from.

I have had genetic testing that was not able to give me definitive markers for any
Sephardic Jewish heritage that I was looking for besides Iberian /North African/
Mediterranean genetic material. But I tested positive for a very small amount of
Ashkenazi Jewish genetic material that I was not expecting. My mother's family is
Irish/Scottish and my genetic material pointed that out, rather obviously.

If for some reason, someone knows anything that can help me, I would be grateful
and please know that I would treat that information with respect and honor
Thank you in advance

Warmest Regards,
Simone Hnath
Norfolk, Virginia

MODERATOR NOTE: Discussion about DNA should be continued on the DNA Discussion
Group or privately. Responses to Simone about specifics about her family should be
sent privately, messages of general interest should be submitted to this Discussion
Group.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking Lost Family Members #general

well.evo@...
 

Hello,
I am attempting to trace my birth father and or his family through various sites.
His name is/was Jorge (George) Jones or Jonas >from New York and may have family
still living there or in Venezuela. His birthday could be 1945-1955. I do not know
any facts about him. My mother told me he was >from a Jewish family in New York and
that the had ties to Venezuela. She also mentioned that she decided to convert from
her family's Christian faith, to Judaism in order to marry my birth father. So, I
know that he must have come to Virginia to meet my mother and spent enough time
with her to get engaged and start a family.

from there the details become very obscure. My mother died in 2005, her name was
Sharon Lee. In her papers I found envelopes >from Venezuela but not letters. Her
older sister and her best friends are also in the dark about him, they have not
been able to offer any information about his name or birthday or family for me to
trace. I don'y know where she went to receive her education for her conversion.
She did not attend services, although she would occasionally allow family friends
to take me when I was small. She said she did not feel comfortable anywhere.

My interest is academic. I would like to know about my fathers family. If I have
any. Have children and I would like to be able to know where half of my ancestry
comes from, to be able to tell my boys where they come from.

I have had genetic testing that was not able to give me definitive markers for any
Sephardic Jewish heritage that I was looking for besides Iberian /North African/
Mediterranean genetic material. But I tested positive for a very small amount of
Ashkenazi Jewish genetic material that I was not expecting. My mother's family is
Irish/Scottish and my genetic material pointed that out, rather obviously.

If for some reason, someone knows anything that can help me, I would be grateful
and please know that I would treat that information with respect and honor
Thank you in advance

Warmest Regards,
Simone Hnath
Norfolk, Virginia

MODERATOR NOTE: Discussion about DNA should be continued on the DNA Discussion
Group or privately. Responses to Simone about specifics about her family should be
sent privately, messages of general interest should be submitted to this Discussion
Group.


ViewMate Translation Request - Yiddish Obituary #general

Jacob Heisler
 

Hi everyone,

I found an obituary for a cousin of mine, Solomon MANNE, >from the
Forward in 1922. He was an actor in the Yiddish theater. I would
really appreciate if someone could translate it for me. It's typed and
the image should be clear enough to read without difficulty.

The obituary is on ViewMate at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68298

Thank you for your time.

From,
Jacob Heisler.
Norwalk, CT.


ViewMate Translation Request - Yiddish Obituary #yiddish

Jacob Heisler
 

Hi everyone,

I found an obituary for a cousin of mine, Solomon MANNE, >from the
Forward in 1922. He was an actor in the Yiddish theater. I would
really appreciate if someone could translate it for me. It's typed and
the image should be clear enough to read without difficulty.

The obituary is on ViewMate at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68298

Thank you for your time.

From,
Jacob Heisler.
Norwalk, CT.

Moderator's Note: Please respond directly to Mr. Heisler


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate Translation Request - Yiddish Obituary #general

Jacob Heisler
 

Hi everyone,

I found an obituary for a cousin of mine, Solomon MANNE, >from the
Forward in 1922. He was an actor in the Yiddish theater. I would
really appreciate if someone could translate it for me. It's typed and
the image should be clear enough to read without difficulty.

The obituary is on ViewMate at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68298

Thank you for your time.

From,
Jacob Heisler.
Norwalk, CT.


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre ViewMate Translation Request - Yiddish Obituary #yiddish

Jacob Heisler
 

Hi everyone,

I found an obituary for a cousin of mine, Solomon MANNE, >from the
Forward in 1922. He was an actor in the Yiddish theater. I would
really appreciate if someone could translate it for me. It's typed and
the image should be clear enough to read without difficulty.

The obituary is on ViewMate at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68298

Thank you for your time.

From,
Jacob Heisler.
Norwalk, CT.

Moderator's Note: Please respond directly to Mr. Heisler


Matzevot Rescued From Under L'viv Street Used as Paving #galicia

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dozens of matzevot were rescued >from under a L'viv Street which had
been used as paving. Volunteers >from the L'viv Volunteer Center of the
Hesed Arieh All-Ukranian Jewish Charitable Foundation worked to remove
dozens of Jewish headstones that were found paving Barvinok Street in
L'viv. The matzevot covered the entire street -- estimated at about 100
stones. The stones will be placed in the Yanosvskye Jewish Cemetery
where other rescued matzevot were placed. The stones appear to date
from the first half of the 20th century.
Marla Raucher Osborn was among the volunteers and took photos. In the
article is a link to her photos on Facebook. Marla said regarding the
headstones, "Seventy-five years ago there were Gestapo residences on
this street and Jewish labor was requisitioned to pave the roads with
headstones stolen >from Jewish cemeteries". See:
http://jewish-heritage-europe.eu/2018/06/26/lviv-matzevot/

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Matzevot Rescued From Under L'viv Street Used as Paving #galicia

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Dozens of matzevot were rescued >from under a L'viv Street which had
been used as paving. Volunteers >from the L'viv Volunteer Center of the
Hesed Arieh All-Ukranian Jewish Charitable Foundation worked to remove
dozens of Jewish headstones that were found paving Barvinok Street in
L'viv. The matzevot covered the entire street -- estimated at about 100
stones. The stones will be placed in the Yanosvskye Jewish Cemetery
where other rescued matzevot were placed. The stones appear to date
from the first half of the 20th century.
Marla Raucher Osborn was among the volunteers and took photos. In the
article is a link to her photos on Facebook. Marla said regarding the
headstones, "Seventy-five years ago there were Gestapo residences on
this street and Jewish labor was requisitioned to pave the roads with
headstones stolen >from Jewish cemeteries". See:
http://jewish-heritage-europe.eu/2018/06/26/lviv-matzevot/

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Subj: ViewMate translation request - German #lithuania

dksoren@sbcglobal.net <dksoren@...>
 

I'm hoping there might be some German speakers in this Litvak group...

I've posted two pages of a marriage record in German for which I need a
translation. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68318
and
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68317

Thank you very much,
Debra Trotsky Soren

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Subj: ViewMate translation request - German #lithuania

dksoren@sbcglobal.net <dksoren@...>
 

I'm hoping there might be some German speakers in this Litvak group...

I've posted two pages of a marriage record in German for which I need a
translation. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68318
and
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM68317

Thank you very much,
Debra Trotsky Soren

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the Viewmate form.


Re: Kaplan Family in Argentina #poland

Genealogy - Ayana Kimron
 

Hello Janis,

If you have Facebook, join the group - Grupo de AGJA "Paul Armony".
https://www.facebook.com/groups/Gen.Judia.AR/permalink/462481867522443/

It focuses on Jewish genealogy in Argentina, and many members are local.

Good luck!
Ayana KimRon
Professional Genealogist


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Kaplan Family in Argentina #poland

Genealogy - Ayana Kimron
 

Hello Janis,

If you have Facebook, join the group - Grupo de AGJA "Paul Armony".
https://www.facebook.com/groups/Gen.Judia.AR/permalink/462481867522443/

It focuses on Jewish genealogy in Argentina, and many members are local.

Good luck!
Ayana KimRon
Professional Genealogist