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Russian Translations - Pultusk, Poland Documents #general

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

I have uploaded 3 documents >from Pultusk, Poland to ViewMate. I have
received translations of the names and relationships. I would appreciate
the specifics of dates and locations.
The files may be viewed at http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
The files numbers are 8901, 8902 and 8903

8901 is the death record of Fajga BRULINSKA in 1896. The direct link is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8901

8902 is the marriage record of Fajga BRULINSKA and Srul Moszek WOLMAN.
The direct link is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8902

8903 is the death record of Zelek BRULINSKI. The direct link is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8903

Kindly send the translation information directly to me, not the list.
If anyone needs a clearer copy, please let me know and I will send you
higher resolution scans. I also have one more death record which needs
translating but could not be uploaded for technical reasons. If you can
help, please contact me and I will send it to you.

Many thanks,
Eden Joachim
Pomona, NY
esjoachim@optonline.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Russian Translations - Pultusk, Poland Documents #general

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

I have uploaded 3 documents >from Pultusk, Poland to ViewMate. I have
received translations of the names and relationships. I would appreciate
the specifics of dates and locations.
The files may be viewed at http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
The files numbers are 8901, 8902 and 8903

8901 is the death record of Fajga BRULINSKA in 1896. The direct link is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8901

8902 is the marriage record of Fajga BRULINSKA and Srul Moszek WOLMAN.
The direct link is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8902

8903 is the death record of Zelek BRULINSKI. The direct link is
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8903

Kindly send the translation information directly to me, not the list.
If anyone needs a clearer copy, please let me know and I will send you
higher resolution scans. I also have one more death record which needs
translating but could not be uploaded for technical reasons. If you can
help, please contact me and I will send it to you.

Many thanks,
Eden Joachim
Pomona, NY
esjoachim@optonline.net


Help with U.S. census inconsistency #general

Sam Lenger
 

Hi all
Chana BLUMENKOPF with her 3 children arrived in New York with the Potomac on
sept. 3 1921. In the manifest is stated that she came to met her husband
Willjam BLUM.
A lookup in the 1930 census shows the family as Anna BLUMENKOPF, William
BLUMENKOPF and the 3 children and there states that William imigrated in
1914.
But a lookup in the 1920 census does not found William BLUMENKOPF or BLUM.
How can I found the Jewish name of William (since it does not seem
reasanoble that he was registered with that name in Poland)?
Any hint is welcomed.
Sam Lenger <sdfisr@zahav.net.il>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help with U.S. census inconsistency #general

Sam Lenger
 

Hi all
Chana BLUMENKOPF with her 3 children arrived in New York with the Potomac on
sept. 3 1921. In the manifest is stated that she came to met her husband
Willjam BLUM.
A lookup in the 1930 census shows the family as Anna BLUMENKOPF, William
BLUMENKOPF and the 3 children and there states that William imigrated in
1914.
But a lookup in the 1920 census does not found William BLUMENKOPF or BLUM.
How can I found the Jewish name of William (since it does not seem
reasanoble that he was registered with that name in Poland)?
Any hint is welcomed.
Sam Lenger <sdfisr@zahav.net.il>


Infant Disappeared in Jerusalem 1948 #general

S. Cohen <scohen@...>
 

I wish to add the following appeal written by Chana Shprintza's father to my
posting of yesterday.
----
A Letter >from A Father Who Is Seeking His Daughter

I, S. Zalman GUTTMAN and my wife Sara Hinda OBM lived in Jerusalem, Israel,
on Agripas Street 9. My wife was pregnant and suffered >from heart disease.
She was admitted to Wallach Hospital in Jerusalem where she gave birth to
our daughter Chana Shprintza on February 29, 1948. Being that my wife was
not well, she was unable to nurse Chana Shprintza and I was forced to admit
our otherwise healthy daughter to Tipat Chalav on Strauss Street in
Jerusalem. Four months later, on July 1, my wife passed away. The
following week, on July 8, my daughter disappeared >from Tipat Chalav in a
mysterious way. Therefore, I ask anyone who reads this to please help me
find my daughter wherever she may be and to inform me as to her whereabouts.
I extend my thanks to you for your help.
----
Note: A picture of Chana Shprintza's biological sister is on ViewMate 7341
and can be seen in the ViewMate archive at
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/archive.asp .

Do you know anyone who resembles the girl in the photo?

Sheindle Cohen

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Infant Disappeared in Jerusalem 1948 #general

S. Cohen <scohen@...>
 

I wish to add the following appeal written by Chana Shprintza's father to my
posting of yesterday.
----
A Letter >from A Father Who Is Seeking His Daughter

I, S. Zalman GUTTMAN and my wife Sara Hinda OBM lived in Jerusalem, Israel,
on Agripas Street 9. My wife was pregnant and suffered >from heart disease.
She was admitted to Wallach Hospital in Jerusalem where she gave birth to
our daughter Chana Shprintza on February 29, 1948. Being that my wife was
not well, she was unable to nurse Chana Shprintza and I was forced to admit
our otherwise healthy daughter to Tipat Chalav on Strauss Street in
Jerusalem. Four months later, on July 1, my wife passed away. The
following week, on July 8, my daughter disappeared >from Tipat Chalav in a
mysterious way. Therefore, I ask anyone who reads this to please help me
find my daughter wherever she may be and to inform me as to her whereabouts.
I extend my thanks to you for your help.
----
Note: A picture of Chana Shprintza's biological sister is on ViewMate 7341
and can be seen in the ViewMate archive at
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/archive.asp .

Do you know anyone who resembles the girl in the photo?

Sheindle Cohen

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Re: ytandv digest: November 26, 2006 #yiddish

Avivah Pinski <avivah@...>
 

Moderator's Note: The message below is referring to the moderator's suggestion that
replies pertinent to source material, or methods of obtaining source material, should
be addressed to the entire group through a YT&V posting.
---------------------------------------------

Some of this information is definitely of general interest. I would
like the full title, etc. for the book which Fritz referred to:

Viennese specialist on the Vienna Yiddish Theater- Brigitte Dalinger

Also, any other theater books about the Yiddish theater in Europe.

We are seeking any information about performances, etc of plays by David Pinski,
my husband's grandfather. Not only were his plays performed all over Europe in
Yiddish, but we have a list of plays that were published in German. We do know
that his play "The Treasure" was produced in German by Max Reinhardt and performed
in Berlin.

Danke schon
Avivah Pinski, Philadelphia


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Re: ytandv digest: November 26, 2006 #yiddish

Avivah Pinski <avivah@...>
 

Moderator's Note: The message below is referring to the moderator's suggestion that
replies pertinent to source material, or methods of obtaining source material, should
be addressed to the entire group through a YT&V posting.
---------------------------------------------

Some of this information is definitely of general interest. I would
like the full title, etc. for the book which Fritz referred to:

Viennese specialist on the Vienna Yiddish Theater- Brigitte Dalinger

Also, any other theater books about the Yiddish theater in Europe.

We are seeking any information about performances, etc of plays by David Pinski,
my husband's grandfather. Not only were his plays performed all over Europe in
Yiddish, but we have a list of plays that were published in German. We do know
that his play "The Treasure" was produced in German by Max Reinhardt and performed
in Berlin.

Danke schon
Avivah Pinski, Philadelphia


Help with town #ukraine

Kim Formica <kimformica@...>
 

Hello all-

I am looking for a town I can't quite read on a naturalization. It
looks like Galswet, Russia on the papers. I also have this person
listing as coming >from Elizavetgrad or Kirohgrad as it is called now.
Any clues?

Kim Formica
Orange, CT USA

Researching GEI, GUY (Kamenets-Podolski, Ukraine)
TREBELOFF (Elizavetgrad, Ukraine)

Moderator's note: Scan a portion of that document and place it on
ViewMate. Other genners might be able to figure it out for you.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Help with town #ukraine

Kim Formica <kimformica@...>
 

Hello all-

I am looking for a town I can't quite read on a naturalization. It
looks like Galswet, Russia on the papers. I also have this person
listing as coming >from Elizavetgrad or Kirohgrad as it is called now.
Any clues?

Kim Formica
Orange, CT USA

Researching GEI, GUY (Kamenets-Podolski, Ukraine)
TREBELOFF (Elizavetgrad, Ukraine)

Moderator's note: Scan a portion of that document and place it on
ViewMate. Other genners might be able to figure it out for you.


Zhitomir Regional State Archives #ukraine

J man <jman12191@...>
 

Hello group,
I am seeking a researcher to look up records for me at the
Zhitomir Regional State Archives. I had contact with a English
speaking researcher that provided me with some excellent
information about my family, but recently lost contact with him.
If anyone knows of a reliable and honest researcher that will
work with me for my additional research needs would you please
let me know.
Thank you Please respond to me privately
jman12191@yahoo.com
Jason Reist
Montana USA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Zhitomir Regional State Archives #ukraine

J man <jman12191@...>
 

Hello group,
I am seeking a researcher to look up records for me at the
Zhitomir Regional State Archives. I had contact with a English
speaking researcher that provided me with some excellent
information about my family, but recently lost contact with him.
If anyone knows of a reliable and honest researcher that will
work with me for my additional research needs would you please
let me know.
Thank you Please respond to me privately
jman12191@yahoo.com
Jason Reist
Montana USA


can you help me recognize? #general

Debby Schor <debby76@...>
 

Hi, I have posted on jewish jen viewmate a photo of probably a relative that
I would like to recognize, could you please help me? the file is up on the
ViewMate site in the To View section - as file - VM8934
Thanks,
Debby
debby76@013.net.il

MODERATOR NOTE: The photo is at
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8934 .
Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen can you help me recognize? #general

Debby Schor <debby76@...>
 

Hi, I have posted on jewish jen viewmate a photo of probably a relative that
I would like to recognize, could you please help me? the file is up on the
ViewMate site in the To View section - as file - VM8934
Thanks,
Debby
debby76@013.net.il

MODERATOR NOTE: The photo is at
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8934 .
Please reply privately.


New JewishGen policy on references to outside websites #ukraine

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.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine New JewishGen policy on references to outside websites #ukraine

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.


Part of the answer to my own question/Pike St. Shul #general

Victoria Reed <researchtoldot@...>
 

Well, I did find listed in the American Jewish
Yearbook 1919-20 the name Chevrah Kadisha B'nai Israel
Kalvarier. So the question is, has anyone come across
this as the name of a burial society in your cemetery
wanderings?

Thanks!
Victoria Reed
Folsom, CA


Researching:

FISH/FISH, FLASH: Manchester, possibly Toporov, Pennsylvania
NEIMAND: Galicia, Sweden, USA REISS, KNOLL: Zolkiew, Lemberg (Lvov)

RABINOWITZ/RABINOWITCH: Grodno Gubernia, Bialystok, Petrograd, Kiev
JERUSHEWITZ/KAPLAN/JEROME: Elmira & Syracuse, NY; Bialystok, Kiev
SHOLOMOVICH/FRIEDENSON: Bialystok SOLOMON: Lynn, Massachusetts
LISSITSKY/LOSITSKY/LESHITZKY (and every other possible spelling):Bialystok


Bazar #ukraine

Alan H. Rosen
 

I have family (Barankin) that came >from Bazar, which is a small village
north of Kiev.

Check Shtetl Seeker on JewishGen.

Alan Rosen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Part of the answer to my own question/Pike St. Shul #general

Victoria Reed <researchtoldot@...>
 

Well, I did find listed in the American Jewish
Yearbook 1919-20 the name Chevrah Kadisha B'nai Israel
Kalvarier. So the question is, has anyone come across
this as the name of a burial society in your cemetery
wanderings?

Thanks!
Victoria Reed
Folsom, CA


Researching:

FISH/FISH, FLASH: Manchester, possibly Toporov, Pennsylvania
NEIMAND: Galicia, Sweden, USA REISS, KNOLL: Zolkiew, Lemberg (Lvov)

RABINOWITZ/RABINOWITCH: Grodno Gubernia, Bialystok, Petrograd, Kiev
JERUSHEWITZ/KAPLAN/JEROME: Elmira & Syracuse, NY; Bialystok, Kiev
SHOLOMOVICH/FRIEDENSON: Bialystok SOLOMON: Lynn, Massachusetts
LISSITSKY/LOSITSKY/LESHITZKY (and every other possible spelling):Bialystok


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Bazar #ukraine

Alan H. Rosen
 

I have family (Barankin) that came >from Bazar, which is a small village
north of Kiev.

Check Shtetl Seeker on JewishGen.

Alan Rosen