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ViewMate translation requests - Polish #poland

Steven A. Zedeck <steven@...>
 

Hi,

I've posted two vital records in Polish for which I'd like a translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71249
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71248

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

Thanks in advance,
Steven Zedeck


JRI Poland #Poland ViewMate translation requests - Polish #poland

Steven A. Zedeck <steven@...>
 

Hi,

I've posted two vital records in Polish for which I'd like a translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71249
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71248

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

Thanks in advance,
Steven Zedeck


Re: Aliyah to Israel in the 1920s #general

Rose Feldman
 

The first place is to look in the IGRA collection - Israel Genealogy Research
Association collection.

We work with various archives around the country. We have the 1922 census for
Tel Aviv and Petach Tikva. We have voters lists through out the British Mandate
Period. We have some lists of those making aliyah.

Registration is free and allows you to search. I suggest searching in English as
that gives you a phonetic search. If you want the details and to download scans
if they are available you will have to become a member.

Good luck,

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
Winner of 2017 IAJGS Award for Volunteer of the Year
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Aliyah to Israel in the 1920s #general

Rose Feldman
 

The first place is to look in the IGRA collection - Israel Genealogy Research
Association collection.

We work with various archives around the country. We have the 1922 census for
Tel Aviv and Petach Tikva. We have voters lists through out the British Mandate
Period. We have some lists of those making aliyah.

Registration is free and allows you to search. I suggest searching in English as
that gives you a phonetic search. If you want the details and to download scans
if they are available you will have to become a member.

Good luck,

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
Winner of 2017 IAJGS Award for Volunteer of the Year
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy


Re: Aliyah to Israel in the 1920's #general

Carol Hoffman
 

Dear Yehuda,

Start with searching the AID All Israel Database. It included over one
million lines of records including many immigration files. The database is
searchable in English and Hebrew. Go to the Israel Genealogy Research
Association https://genealogy.org.il/ IGRA register for the site (it's
free) and then start using the database.

Carol Hoffman
Tel Aviv


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Aliyah to Israel in the 1920's #general

Carol Hoffman
 

Dear Yehuda,

Start with searching the AID All Israel Database. It included over one
million lines of records including many immigration files. The database is
searchable in English and Hebrew. Go to the Israel Genealogy Research
Association https://genealogy.org.il/ IGRA register for the site (it's
free) and then start using the database.

Carol Hoffman
Tel Aviv


Chicago late 1940's info - death record? #general

Gayle Schlissel Riley
 

If you got in a car accident in middle to late 40's in Chicago and were pregnant
and lost the baby. Where would the records be or not be recorded? The person was
not married. What happened in those days? Of course it would deepened how far
along you the person would be.

Maybe death record of a child of Jackie Levine daughter of Sam. Thanks for the
help.

Gayle Riley of San Gabriel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Chicago late 1940's info - death record? #general

Gayle Schlissel Riley
 

If you got in a car accident in middle to late 40's in Chicago and were pregnant
and lost the baby. Where would the records be or not be recorded? The person was
not married. What happened in those days? Of course it would deepened how far
along you the person would be.

Maybe death record of a child of Jackie Levine daughter of Sam. Thanks for the
help.

Gayle Riley of San Gabriel


Re: WWI Military Records #hungary

ericalishahn@...
 

I recently wrote to an Austrian genealogist with a specialty in the military archives, Johann Hammer, about attempting to locate the WW I military service record of my grandfather who was >from Szabadka Hungary (now Serbia.) I had heard all of the records were in the Austrian military Archives in Vienna. The genealogist wrote back.This is his response. Â
The Austrian War Archives hold personnel files only for soldiers who are born after 1865 in the territory of present-day Austria.
Files of soldiers born after 1865 outside the territory of present-day Austria remained in the successor states of the Monarchy. Unfortunately, most of those files were destroyed after WWI.

EErica Hahn

On Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 11:10:24 AM PST, Rivka Horowitz horowitzrs@gmail.com <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:





To H-SIG members:
I am requesting help and resources that might help me uncover details
of my great-uncle's military service during WWI. I have no idea where
in the Austro-Hungarian Empire he may have served, but I know he was
living in Fiume (Rijeka) at the time of his conscription and served in
the army >from 1914-1919. I have been told by other family members that
he died in 1922 of wounds originally sustained in the war. I was
wondering if Austro-Hungarian military records >from that time and
place are available to researchers and if there may be hospital
records that were kept >from that period.

Thank you.
Rivka Horowitz
Connecticut, US

PS Many thanks to Traude Triebel for getting me started with www.genteam.at


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: WWI Military Records #hungary

ericalishahn@...
 

I recently wrote to an Austrian genealogist with a specialty in the military archives, Johann Hammer, about attempting to locate the WW I military service record of my grandfather who was >from Szabadka Hungary (now Serbia.) I had heard all of the records were in the Austrian military Archives in Vienna. The genealogist wrote back.This is his response. Â
The Austrian War Archives hold personnel files only for soldiers who are born after 1865 in the territory of present-day Austria.
Files of soldiers born after 1865 outside the territory of present-day Austria remained in the successor states of the Monarchy. Unfortunately, most of those files were destroyed after WWI.

EErica Hahn

On Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 11:10:24 AM PST, Rivka Horowitz horowitzrs@gmail.com <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:





To H-SIG members:
I am requesting help and resources that might help me uncover details
of my great-uncle's military service during WWI. I have no idea where
in the Austro-Hungarian Empire he may have served, but I know he was
living in Fiume (Rijeka) at the time of his conscription and served in
the army >from 1914-1919. I have been told by other family members that
he died in 1922 of wounds originally sustained in the war. I was
wondering if Austro-Hungarian military records >from that time and
place are available to researchers and if there may be hospital
records that were kept >from that period.

Thank you.
Rivka Horowitz
Connecticut, US

PS Many thanks to Traude Triebel for getting me started with www.genteam.at


Looking for volunteers to Index books for Yizkor Books In Print Project #yizkorbooks

Joel Alpert
 

If you can index files in MS Word, please help us with indexing of
newly translated books for the Yizkor Books In Print Project. This is
a JewishGen project.

We would really appreciate the help,

Please email to YBIP@jewishgen.org

Joel Alpert, Coordinator of the Yizkor Books in Print Project


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Looking for volunteers to Index books for Yizkor Books In Print Project #yizkorbooks

Joel Alpert
 

If you can index files in MS Word, please help us with indexing of
newly translated books for the Yizkor Books In Print Project. This is
a JewishGen project.

We would really appreciate the help,

Please email to YBIP@jewishgen.org

Joel Alpert, Coordinator of the Yizkor Books in Print Project


Re Need help to find the book: "Juden in Bedburg an der Erft" #germany

Peter Lobbenberg
 

It would be worth your contacting the Bedburg local history society
(Geschichtsverein)

Geschichtsverein Bedburg
Eichenweg 7
50181 Bedburg

to ask if they are able to put you in touch with the author, Gerd Friedt
(born 1945 according to Google), or if they know where a copy of the
book can be sourced (just possibly in a local bookshop?).

GF has also written or co-written a number of books on other Jewish
communities and cemeteries in the area https://tinyurl.com/yaxaykm2.
In case of need you could consider approaching one of the relevant
sister societies, such as that in Bergheim -
www.bergheimer-geschichtsverein.de/

Peter Lobbenberg, London, peterlob@peterlob.co.uk

Steven Marc Jaron sjaron@gmail.com asked for help obtaining a copy of a Jew=
ish Community History book.
"Juden in Bedburg an der Erft" by Gerd Friedt.


German SIG #Germany Re Need help to find the book: "Juden in Bedburg an der Erft" #germany

Peter Lobbenberg
 

It would be worth your contacting the Bedburg local history society
(Geschichtsverein)

Geschichtsverein Bedburg
Eichenweg 7
50181 Bedburg

to ask if they are able to put you in touch with the author, Gerd Friedt
(born 1945 according to Google), or if they know where a copy of the
book can be sourced (just possibly in a local bookshop?).

GF has also written or co-written a number of books on other Jewish
communities and cemeteries in the area https://tinyurl.com/yaxaykm2.
In case of need you could consider approaching one of the relevant
sister societies, such as that in Bergheim -
www.bergheimer-geschichtsverein.de/

Peter Lobbenberg, London, peterlob@peterlob.co.uk

Steven Marc Jaron sjaron@gmail.com asked for help obtaining a copy of a Jew=
ish Community History book.
"Juden in Bedburg an der Erft" by Gerd Friedt.


ViewMate translation request #general

Raphael Thurm
 

Hello,

I've posted three vital records on ViewMate and I need translations for them.

Death record for Josef TOREM, in Russian:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71239

Marriage record of Necha TOREM and Moshe GLICK in Polish:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=70827

Marriage record of Matla TOREM and Nojech LUSTYKMAN in Russian:
https://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM71240

I would be very grateful if anyone can please help me out with this.

Many thanks,
Raphael Thurm

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond either on the form within ViewMate or via email
directly to Raphael.


Re: Trying to find Jacob LEVINE, son of Isaac and Sarah SILBERNAGEL -- Found! #general

Marjorie Geiser
 

I want to **again** thank everyone on this EML for your very quick and
helpful response. I received some very helpful suggestions on where to
go, as I dig deeper.

Thanks to Stanley Diamond of JRI-Poland, I have found the marriage
record of Isaac LEVINE and Sarah SILBERNAGEL, which will greatly help
with the next steps. **And**, hopefully give me more locations to check
out when I go to Poland in the spring!

Thank you again to everyone. I **love** this listserv! **Not** just for the
generous support I see/receive, but also the fabulous resources.
Although I get the emails as a digest, I diligently read each one,
because there is always great information/links included.

Margie Geiser

LEVINE, EPSTEIN, MOCHEDLOVER, MENDELSON, SILBERNAGEL

MODERATOR NOTE: A reminder to all: Resources such as this discussion group
provided by JewishGen depend upon our financial support. See:
https://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Trying to find Jacob LEVINE, son of Isaac and Sarah SILBERNAGEL -- Found! #general

Marjorie Geiser
 

I want to **again** thank everyone on this EML for your very quick and
helpful response. I received some very helpful suggestions on where to
go, as I dig deeper.

Thanks to Stanley Diamond of JRI-Poland, I have found the marriage
record of Isaac LEVINE and Sarah SILBERNAGEL, which will greatly help
with the next steps. **And**, hopefully give me more locations to check
out when I go to Poland in the spring!

Thank you again to everyone. I **love** this listserv! **Not** just for the
generous support I see/receive, but also the fabulous resources.
Although I get the emails as a digest, I diligently read each one,
because there is always great information/links included.

Margie Geiser

LEVINE, EPSTEIN, MOCHEDLOVER, MENDELSON, SILBERNAGEL

MODERATOR NOTE: A reminder to all: Resources such as this discussion group
provided by JewishGen depend upon our financial support. See:
https://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/


Anyone have any information on Alexander Issak(ovich) Kushnerchuk? #general

Daniella Lejtman
 

Hi,

Does anyone have any information or know where I can go about finding
an Alexander Issak (his father's name was Issak) KUSHNERCHUK?
All I know is that he was born in 1947 and lived in St. Petersburg. He
had one daughter, Sophie, and left his wife and daughter in the 1960s
to go to the United States.

Thanks,
Daniella Lejtman

Researching: LEJTMAN, MABE, MESSER, Opole, Poland,
BAUERNFREUND, BORNFREUND, GOTTESMAN, STEINBERG, GETZLER, NEWMAN,
NEUMAN, STEINBERG, Czechoslovakia
GROSS, GROSZ, ADLER, POPPER, PAPPER, Satorajuihely, Hungary; Dolyna, Ukraine
SPIERER, RUDICH, GAMM, Russia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Anyone have any information on Alexander Issak(ovich) Kushnerchuk? #general

Daniella Lejtman
 

Hi,

Does anyone have any information or know where I can go about finding
an Alexander Issak (his father's name was Issak) KUSHNERCHUK?
All I know is that he was born in 1947 and lived in St. Petersburg. He
had one daughter, Sophie, and left his wife and daughter in the 1960s
to go to the United States.

Thanks,
Daniella Lejtman

Researching: LEJTMAN, MABE, MESSER, Opole, Poland,
BAUERNFREUND, BORNFREUND, GOTTESMAN, STEINBERG, GETZLER, NEWMAN,
NEUMAN, STEINBERG, Czechoslovakia
GROSS, GROSZ, ADLER, POPPER, PAPPER, Satorajuihely, Hungary; Dolyna, Ukraine
SPIERER, RUDICH, GAMM, Russia


Yiddish word #general

R Jaffer
 

I have two maps in Yiddish that were drawn in the 1960s and have some
type of "field" that is called Shin, Ayin, Samech with the word "the"
in front of it. On both maps they are near rivers. I can't find this
word in a dictionary. Please respond privately if you can help with
its English equivalent.

Thank you,
Roberta Jaffer
Boston, Massachusetts

31661 - 31680 of 658863