Date   
JGSLA June Meeting-Breaking Through Brick Walls #general

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Do you live in the Los Angeles area....and are stuck in your genealogical
research? Need some creative suggestions to help you make some
breakthroughs?

Then plan to attend the next meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Los Angeles on Monday, June 19th at 7:00PM at the Jewish Federation of LA.

Program: Breaking Through Genealogical Brick Walls

Speaker: Hal Bookbinder

In this highly interactive session, creative solutions will be discussed
for problems that we run into in our genealogical research. For example,
how do we find the married name for a female relative? The obvious answer
would be to check the bride's registry in the city where the couple
married. But what if you do not know which city or state? How do you handle
the situation where relatives will not open up and share what they know?
What happens when you encounter missing information in on-line databases
because of transcription or other errors? During the talk, creative ways to
overcome these and other obstacles will be shared by the speaker as well as
through audience participation. Please come prepared to share your best
methods for overcoming brick walls.

Hal BOOKBINDER has been researching his family for over 20 years, tracing
two lines into the mid-18th century and identifying over 3,000 relatives.
He has published numerous articles on Jewish genealogy and contributed to
several comprehensive volumes on the subject. Hal has served as president
of JGSLA and the International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies, and served on the JGSLA Board of Directors for nearly 20 years.
In the world beyond genealogy, Hal directs computing for UCLA Healthcare
and teaches Information Technology at the university level.

Location: Jewish Federation Building Board Room, 6505 Wilshire Blvd Los
Angeles, CA 90048-4917

*Free of charge, but reservations are required due to space limitations and
security at the Jewish Federation Building. Please phone 323.761.8648 or
email: resource@.... (Co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Library of
Los Angeles.)

For more information or directions, go to our website: http://www.jgsla.org

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair, JGSLA
pweisberger@...

San Francisco Bay Area JGS meeting 6/18/06 #general

Jerry acobson <drjjsf@...>
 

East Bay Meeting

Topic: Making Family History Movies
Speaker: Mark Heckman
Where: Berkeley Richmond JCC
1414 Walnut St.
North Berkeley, CA
When: Sunday, June 18, 2006
Time: Doors open: 12:30 PM
Program begins: 1:00 PM
Entry: Free

Mark Heckman tells how to unleash your inner Spielberg
and make an Oscar-worthy documentary about your
family. In this talk you will learn to use
moderately-priced and easy-to-use computer software
and hardware to create your own family history
video—-incorporating still pictures and documents,
home movies, other video, music, narration, and
titles—-and how to share your work on videotape or
DVD.

For more information: www.jewishgen.org/sfbajgs

Jerry Jacobson Replies to drjjsf@... please.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGSLA June Meeting-Breaking Through Brick Walls #general

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Do you live in the Los Angeles area....and are stuck in your genealogical
research? Need some creative suggestions to help you make some
breakthroughs?

Then plan to attend the next meeting of the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Los Angeles on Monday, June 19th at 7:00PM at the Jewish Federation of LA.

Program: Breaking Through Genealogical Brick Walls

Speaker: Hal Bookbinder

In this highly interactive session, creative solutions will be discussed
for problems that we run into in our genealogical research. For example,
how do we find the married name for a female relative? The obvious answer
would be to check the bride's registry in the city where the couple
married. But what if you do not know which city or state? How do you handle
the situation where relatives will not open up and share what they know?
What happens when you encounter missing information in on-line databases
because of transcription or other errors? During the talk, creative ways to
overcome these and other obstacles will be shared by the speaker as well as
through audience participation. Please come prepared to share your best
methods for overcoming brick walls.

Hal BOOKBINDER has been researching his family for over 20 years, tracing
two lines into the mid-18th century and identifying over 3,000 relatives.
He has published numerous articles on Jewish genealogy and contributed to
several comprehensive volumes on the subject. Hal has served as president
of JGSLA and the International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies, and served on the JGSLA Board of Directors for nearly 20 years.
In the world beyond genealogy, Hal directs computing for UCLA Healthcare
and teaches Information Technology at the university level.

Location: Jewish Federation Building Board Room, 6505 Wilshire Blvd Los
Angeles, CA 90048-4917

*Free of charge, but reservations are required due to space limitations and
security at the Jewish Federation Building. Please phone 323.761.8648 or
email: resource@.... (Co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Library of
Los Angeles.)

For more information or directions, go to our website: http://www.jgsla.org

Pamela Weisberger
Program Chair, JGSLA
pweisberger@...

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen San Francisco Bay Area JGS meeting 6/18/06 #general

Jerry acobson <drjjsf@...>
 

East Bay Meeting

Topic: Making Family History Movies
Speaker: Mark Heckman
Where: Berkeley Richmond JCC
1414 Walnut St.
North Berkeley, CA
When: Sunday, June 18, 2006
Time: Doors open: 12:30 PM
Program begins: 1:00 PM
Entry: Free

Mark Heckman tells how to unleash your inner Spielberg
and make an Oscar-worthy documentary about your
family. In this talk you will learn to use
moderately-priced and easy-to-use computer software
and hardware to create your own family history
video—-incorporating still pictures and documents,
home movies, other video, music, narration, and
titles—-and how to share your work on videotape or
DVD.

For more information: www.jewishgen.org/sfbajgs

Jerry Jacobson Replies to drjjsf@... please.

Peder Jensen v. Post & Ane Hansdatter, Kalundborg #general

Richard Engan <rengan@...>
 

Our family story is that my great grandmother Maren Marie was the
daughter of a Jewish mother. The family story is that she was "put out"
with a foster famlily after her father died when she was a baby. The
mother is listed as Ane Hansdatter and was born about 1893. The family
story is that her father Peder Jensen v. Post died in a wagon crash
while delivering liquor. He had been
drinking.

Is there away to learn about a Jewish family in the Kalundborg, Denmark
area in the early 1800's?

Could the " v. Post" name be of a Jewish family?

The following is the family:

The Probate record shows the death of Peder Jensen v. Post,
braendeviinsbraender og vognmand age 49. Died Aug 11, 1833 and buried on
the 16th.

The 1834 Census of Kalundborg, Cordehlgade 113 - film 39057 page 194.

Ane Jensen 41 enke - Braendeviinsbraender (widow-brewer)
Ane Christine 13 her children
Jens Peter 9
Hans Peter 6
Lars Peter 4
Maren Marie 2
Mads Petersen 35 ugift tjenestekarl (unmarried servant labor)
Ane Henriette 24 ugift tjenestepige (unmarried servant maid)

Richard Engan

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Peder Jensen v. Post & Ane Hansdatter, Kalundborg #general

Richard Engan <rengan@...>
 

Our family story is that my great grandmother Maren Marie was the
daughter of a Jewish mother. The family story is that she was "put out"
with a foster famlily after her father died when she was a baby. The
mother is listed as Ane Hansdatter and was born about 1893. The family
story is that her father Peder Jensen v. Post died in a wagon crash
while delivering liquor. He had been
drinking.

Is there away to learn about a Jewish family in the Kalundborg, Denmark
area in the early 1800's?

Could the " v. Post" name be of a Jewish family?

The following is the family:

The Probate record shows the death of Peder Jensen v. Post,
braendeviinsbraender og vognmand age 49. Died Aug 11, 1833 and buried on
the 16th.

The 1834 Census of Kalundborg, Cordehlgade 113 - film 39057 page 194.

Ane Jensen 41 enke - Braendeviinsbraender (widow-brewer)
Ane Christine 13 her children
Jens Peter 9
Hans Peter 6
Lars Peter 4
Maren Marie 2
Mads Petersen 35 ugift tjenestekarl (unmarried servant labor)
Ane Henriette 24 ugift tjenestepige (unmarried servant maid)

Richard Engan

Researching: updated surname list #general

suprlmn@...
 

Dear J-genners,
As I've been somewhat inactive for a while, I'd like to remind everyone that
I'm still alive and kicking, and still actively researching my mishpochah.
Almost all come >from the general vicinity of Poland and/or Belarus (depending
on the political era du jour), plus a number now in Israel. Please take a
moment to look over my list below, and feel free to ask anything you wish.
I promise to reply as promptly as possible.
B'shalom, Susan Pearlman, Northridge, California, USA
Nee Szejna-Dwera SZEJNMAN-KOSLOWSKY in Bialystok, Poland
also researching: AMIEL, BARD, GOLDBERG, GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN, JASKOLKA,
JOFFE, KAM, KAMINSKY, KAPELL, KING, LANDO, LEFF, LISHINSKY, MALETSKY, PEARLMAN,
PEARSON, POLONSKY, RADDING, RIVLIN, RUBENSTEIN, RUDY, SASLOVSKY, SCHEINMAN,
SCHWARTZ, SERLIN, SHORE, SIDRANSKY, TUBELSKY, WALDER, WEIL, WEINSTEIN, WEST,
WIENER, WILSON, WISE, WISHNIATSKY, YELLIN, YOSHPE, ZUCKERMAN.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Researching: updated surname list #general

suprlmn@...
 

Dear J-genners,
As I've been somewhat inactive for a while, I'd like to remind everyone that
I'm still alive and kicking, and still actively researching my mishpochah.
Almost all come >from the general vicinity of Poland and/or Belarus (depending
on the political era du jour), plus a number now in Israel. Please take a
moment to look over my list below, and feel free to ask anything you wish.
I promise to reply as promptly as possible.
B'shalom, Susan Pearlman, Northridge, California, USA
Nee Szejna-Dwera SZEJNMAN-KOSLOWSKY in Bialystok, Poland
also researching: AMIEL, BARD, GOLDBERG, GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN, JASKOLKA,
JOFFE, KAM, KAMINSKY, KAPELL, KING, LANDO, LEFF, LISHINSKY, MALETSKY, PEARLMAN,
PEARSON, POLONSKY, RADDING, RIVLIN, RUBENSTEIN, RUDY, SASLOVSKY, SCHEINMAN,
SCHWARTZ, SERLIN, SHORE, SIDRANSKY, TUBELSKY, WALDER, WEIL, WEINSTEIN, WEST,
WIENER, WILSON, WISE, WISHNIATSKY, YELLIN, YOSHPE, ZUCKERMAN.

Rabbi SEGAL, CHARIF, and HALEVI #general

Reuven Chaim Klein <rachack@...>
 

For quite some time now, I have known that my gggg-grandfather, Rabbi
Binyamin Eliezer Ungar-Auerbach of Krakow (father of Rabbi Reuven Chaim
Klein wrote the Shenos Chaim) married the daughter of Rabbi Ya'akov HaLevi
from Wolbrom. Rav Ya'akov HaLevi was the brother of Rav Yosef Lichtig/Charif
HaLevi. The brothers were in turn sons of Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch HaLevi, who was
a direct male descendant of Rabbi Dovid Segal HaLevi, the TaZ (Turei Zahav).
For some time I have been looking for the exact line of connection between
Rav Tzvi Hirsch HaLevi and his direct male ansector the TaZ. I have yet to
get the exact line of lineage. However, I recently found out that the
Maharsha (who lived in the same era as the TaZ and was also a Levi) had a
son-in-law named Rabbi Yitzchack Segal Charif HaLevi. I was wondering if
this son-in-law of the Maharsha had anything to do with the line which I am
trying to trace here.

(See http://www.myhomeloancompany.com/kleins for more of my research in my
family's genealogy project.)

Surnames being researched:
In Munkatch(Mukachevo) and its surrounding areas(especially a village called
Kleczanev or Klyachanovo ):
ECKSTEIN, FREIDMAN, KLEIN, MERMELSTEIN, UNGAR-AUERBACH
In Bonyhad, a village in Hungary: KUTTNER
from anywhere: ISSERLES, WEISSBLUM, SIRKES

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rabbi SEGAL, CHARIF, and HALEVI #general

Reuven Chaim Klein <rachack@...>
 

For quite some time now, I have known that my gggg-grandfather, Rabbi
Binyamin Eliezer Ungar-Auerbach of Krakow (father of Rabbi Reuven Chaim
Klein wrote the Shenos Chaim) married the daughter of Rabbi Ya'akov HaLevi
from Wolbrom. Rav Ya'akov HaLevi was the brother of Rav Yosef Lichtig/Charif
HaLevi. The brothers were in turn sons of Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch HaLevi, who was
a direct male descendant of Rabbi Dovid Segal HaLevi, the TaZ (Turei Zahav).
For some time I have been looking for the exact line of connection between
Rav Tzvi Hirsch HaLevi and his direct male ansector the TaZ. I have yet to
get the exact line of lineage. However, I recently found out that the
Maharsha (who lived in the same era as the TaZ and was also a Levi) had a
son-in-law named Rabbi Yitzchack Segal Charif HaLevi. I was wondering if
this son-in-law of the Maharsha had anything to do with the line which I am
trying to trace here.

(See http://www.myhomeloancompany.com/kleins for more of my research in my
family's genealogy project.)

Surnames being researched:
In Munkatch(Mukachevo) and its surrounding areas(especially a village called
Kleczanev or Klyachanovo ):
ECKSTEIN, FREIDMAN, KLEIN, MERMELSTEIN, UNGAR-AUERBACH
In Bonyhad, a village in Hungary: KUTTNER
from anywhere: ISSERLES, WEISSBLUM, SIRKES

21st. St. Cemetery revisited #general

mimisimon@...
 

Genners,
I realize that people posted information about the article in the
NY Times about the 21st Street Cemetery, including the website in order
to retrieve the article itself. However, since some people may not be
able to access the website and article, for whatever reason, or come
across the postings in the Archives at a later date, I am including some
of the details as they pertain to genealogical interest.

The article was about damage to tombstones in the 21st St. Cemetery in
New York City, a cemetery belonging to congregation Shearith Israel, also
known as the Spanish and Portuguese synagogue. The damage occurred when
renovations were being performed to an adjacent building. Some interesting
facts are that this is the third cemetery built by the congregation. The
first, opposite Chatham Square, was used >from 1682 to 1828; the second, on
West 11th St., >from 1805 to 1829; and this one, >from 1829 to 1851. There
are more than 250 grave markers in the cemetery, some of them five feet
tall and ornate, others simple and flat and worn by time, according to
the writer of the article, Patrick McGeehan. The cemetery contains the
graves of two soldiers who died in 1784, Daniel Gomez and Abraham Judah.
Another veteran of the Revolutionary War, Isaac Nunes Cardozo, died in 1832,
a few years after the cemetery was established, Rabbi Marc Angel, senior
rabbi of the congregation is quoted as saying. The first two graves were
moved farther uptown >from the congregation's first cemetery because the
city wanted land for a new street.

On a personal note, many years ago I lived across the street >from the 11th
Street Cemetery. It was a place of mystery in a bustling neighborhood,
surrounded by high walls and a locked gate. I used to stand in front of the
gate and gaze at the tombstones, wishing I could enter and read the
inscriptions. I guess the search for roots was already in my soul.

Regards,

Mimi (Weiss) Simon
Teaneck, NJ

WEISS - Ordarma, Hungary (Storoznitsa, Ukr.); East Pittsburgh, PA, USA
SIMON (Slapak)- Sislavitz, Belarus; New York City, NY, USA
KLEIN - Keked, Hungary; Abaujvar, Hungary; New York City, NY, East Pittsburgh, PA
ROTH - Olaszliszka, Hungary; Braddock, PA, East Pittsburgh, PA, USA
GOLDBERGER - Hungary; Ft. Wayne, Indiana, USA
LIKHTIG/NEMET - Kosice, Slovakia; Israel

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 21st. St. Cemetery revisited #general

mimisimon@...
 

Genners,
I realize that people posted information about the article in the
NY Times about the 21st Street Cemetery, including the website in order
to retrieve the article itself. However, since some people may not be
able to access the website and article, for whatever reason, or come
across the postings in the Archives at a later date, I am including some
of the details as they pertain to genealogical interest.

The article was about damage to tombstones in the 21st St. Cemetery in
New York City, a cemetery belonging to congregation Shearith Israel, also
known as the Spanish and Portuguese synagogue. The damage occurred when
renovations were being performed to an adjacent building. Some interesting
facts are that this is the third cemetery built by the congregation. The
first, opposite Chatham Square, was used >from 1682 to 1828; the second, on
West 11th St., >from 1805 to 1829; and this one, >from 1829 to 1851. There
are more than 250 grave markers in the cemetery, some of them five feet
tall and ornate, others simple and flat and worn by time, according to
the writer of the article, Patrick McGeehan. The cemetery contains the
graves of two soldiers who died in 1784, Daniel Gomez and Abraham Judah.
Another veteran of the Revolutionary War, Isaac Nunes Cardozo, died in 1832,
a few years after the cemetery was established, Rabbi Marc Angel, senior
rabbi of the congregation is quoted as saying. The first two graves were
moved farther uptown >from the congregation's first cemetery because the
city wanted land for a new street.

On a personal note, many years ago I lived across the street >from the 11th
Street Cemetery. It was a place of mystery in a bustling neighborhood,
surrounded by high walls and a locked gate. I used to stand in front of the
gate and gaze at the tombstones, wishing I could enter and read the
inscriptions. I guess the search for roots was already in my soul.

Regards,

Mimi (Weiss) Simon
Teaneck, NJ

WEISS - Ordarma, Hungary (Storoznitsa, Ukr.); East Pittsburgh, PA, USA
SIMON (Slapak)- Sislavitz, Belarus; New York City, NY, USA
KLEIN - Keked, Hungary; Abaujvar, Hungary; New York City, NY, East Pittsburgh, PA
ROTH - Olaszliszka, Hungary; Braddock, PA, East Pittsburgh, PA, USA
GOLDBERGER - Hungary; Ft. Wayne, Indiana, USA
LIKHTIG/NEMET - Kosice, Slovakia; Israel

Re: Marijampol #general

Judith Romney Wegner
 

At 7:10 AM -0400 6/11/06, Sally Bruckheimer wrote:

Around 1842 family names were not that well set; in addition,
Isaacs would not be a Russian/Yiddish/Polish patronymic(which is why
you don't find it in Russian records), but an English-language
version of something else. Perhaps Tapulski was the maiden name, but
they said Isaacs in Australia or England or wherever English was
spoken, since that is an English-sounding surname.
Sometimes when the records don't agree, the odd one gave the right
information, the others gave the 'corrected' version. Perhaps she
was Rachel bat Yitzchak so used the English-sounding father's name
in place of a maiden name, but legally, in Russia, she would have
been something else, maybe even Tapulski or something like that.
More likely it would be fair to say that both surnames were correct.
"Isaacs" would have been her patronymic in its English version. In
Russian that patronymic would have been Izakovich. When secular laws
in various countries first required the adoption of surnames, Jews
often chose their patronymics to be the family surname henceforth.

Oddly, I had exactly the opposite experience with my ggm Juliet
Marks, whose maiden name appears as "Collins" on Australian and NZ
death certificates of some of her children, whereas on the birth
certs. of her three youngest (born in England after 1837) her maiden
name is given as "Hymans." Obviously Hymans was a patronymic (in her
case it came >from the Dutch Jewish name Hijman) whereas Collins was
the Anglicized version of the Dutch city Kollum -- the surname
originally adopted by her family in Holland prior to their
emigration to England around 1800. Juliet's self-description by
patronymic was initially a "bum-steer" for my research -- I wasted a
lot of time looking for Hymans when I should have been focusing on
Collins! It is through the Australian and New Zealand documents that
I found this out! (For which I am eternally grateful to my Oz and
Kiwi cousins.)

Judith Romney Wegner.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Marijampol #general

Judith Romney Wegner
 

At 7:10 AM -0400 6/11/06, Sally Bruckheimer wrote:

Around 1842 family names were not that well set; in addition,
Isaacs would not be a Russian/Yiddish/Polish patronymic(which is why
you don't find it in Russian records), but an English-language
version of something else. Perhaps Tapulski was the maiden name, but
they said Isaacs in Australia or England or wherever English was
spoken, since that is an English-sounding surname.
Sometimes when the records don't agree, the odd one gave the right
information, the others gave the 'corrected' version. Perhaps she
was Rachel bat Yitzchak so used the English-sounding father's name
in place of a maiden name, but legally, in Russia, she would have
been something else, maybe even Tapulski or something like that.
More likely it would be fair to say that both surnames were correct.
"Isaacs" would have been her patronymic in its English version. In
Russian that patronymic would have been Izakovich. When secular laws
in various countries first required the adoption of surnames, Jews
often chose their patronymics to be the family surname henceforth.

Oddly, I had exactly the opposite experience with my ggm Juliet
Marks, whose maiden name appears as "Collins" on Australian and NZ
death certificates of some of her children, whereas on the birth
certs. of her three youngest (born in England after 1837) her maiden
name is given as "Hymans." Obviously Hymans was a patronymic (in her
case it came >from the Dutch Jewish name Hijman) whereas Collins was
the Anglicized version of the Dutch city Kollum -- the surname
originally adopted by her family in Holland prior to their
emigration to England around 1800. Juliet's self-description by
patronymic was initially a "bum-steer" for my research -- I wasted a
lot of time looking for Hymans when I should have been focusing on
Collins! It is through the Australian and New Zealand documents that
I found this out! (For which I am eternally grateful to my Oz and
Kiwi cousins.)

Judith Romney Wegner.

Offer to photograph gravestones: Colma CA. USA #general

Dayna <zoeys_mom@...>
 

I live not far >from the town of Colma, Califronia, in
which there are a number of cemeteries.

I go out there a few times a year, and I'd like to
offer to take photographs of gravestones at any of the
*Jewish* cemeteries. These are: Eternal Home, Home of
Peace Cemetery and Emanu-El Mausoleum (also called
Giboth Olam: Hills of Eternity, or Navai Shalom:
Peaceful Abode), and Salem Memorial Park.

Please email me privately with the cemetery name, name
(or names) of the deceased and their *exact* burial
location (plot number, etc.). These are all very large
cemeteries, so there's no way I could find your person
if I do not have the exact location.

You can call the cemeteries directly and they will
gladly give you this information:

Salem: 650-755-5296
Home of Peace (etc.): 650-755-4700
Hills of Eternity: 650-756-3633
Eternal Home: 650-755-5236

Send me as many requests as you like, I'm going out
there anyway, the photos are digital, so it costs me
nothing to take 1 or 25! Photos will be sent via
email. Because this is just my little mitzvah project,
there is no charge to anyone. (:

Please send requests by July 1st.

Dayna Chalif
CA. USA

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Offer to photograph gravestones: Colma CA. USA #general

Dayna <zoeys_mom@...>
 

I live not far >from the town of Colma, Califronia, in
which there are a number of cemeteries.

I go out there a few times a year, and I'd like to
offer to take photographs of gravestones at any of the
*Jewish* cemeteries. These are: Eternal Home, Home of
Peace Cemetery and Emanu-El Mausoleum (also called
Giboth Olam: Hills of Eternity, or Navai Shalom:
Peaceful Abode), and Salem Memorial Park.

Please email me privately with the cemetery name, name
(or names) of the deceased and their *exact* burial
location (plot number, etc.). These are all very large
cemeteries, so there's no way I could find your person
if I do not have the exact location.

You can call the cemeteries directly and they will
gladly give you this information:

Salem: 650-755-5296
Home of Peace (etc.): 650-755-4700
Hills of Eternity: 650-756-3633
Eternal Home: 650-755-5236

Send me as many requests as you like, I'm going out
there anyway, the photos are digital, so it costs me
nothing to take 1 or 25! Photos will be sent via
email. Because this is just my little mitzvah project,
there is no charge to anyone. (:

Please send requests by July 1st.

Dayna Chalif
CA. USA

Ruzhin in Pinkas HaKehillot?? #ukraine

David & Monique Gordon <dmgordonnj@...>
 

Is there an entry in a Pinkas HaKehillot for Ruzhin, Ukraine? And if so,
in which Volume? Does anyone have this & can email or fax it to me?

Ruzhin is west of Bela Tserkov & Skvira.

Please reply to me privately: dmgordonnj@...

Thank you
David Gordon
Millburn, NJ

Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Ruzhin in Pinkas HaKehillot?? #ukraine

David & Monique Gordon <dmgordonnj@...>
 

Is there an entry in a Pinkas HaKehillot for Ruzhin, Ukraine? And if so,
in which Volume? Does anyone have this & can email or fax it to me?

Ruzhin is west of Bela Tserkov & Skvira.

Please reply to me privately: dmgordonnj@...

Thank you
David Gordon
Millburn, NJ

Researching BIALYSTOK and Vicinity #poland

suprlmn@...
 

Dear Fellow Bialystoker,
As I've been somewhat inactive for a while, I'd like to remind everyone
that I'm still alive and kicking, and still actively researching my
mishpochah.

Almost all come >from the general vicinity of Poland and/or Belarus
(depending on the political era du jour), plus a number now in Israel.
Please take a moment to look over my list below, and feel free to ask
anything you wish. I promise to reply as promptly as possible.

B'shalom, Susan Pearlman, Northridge, California, USA
Nee Szejna-Dwera SZEJNMAN-KOSLOWSKY in Bialystok, Poland

also researching: AMIEL, BARD, GOLDBERG, GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN,
JASKOLKA, JOFFE, KAM, KAMINSKY, KAPELL, KING, LANDO, LEFF, LISHINSKY,
MALETSKY, PEARLMAN, PEARSON, POLONSKY, RADDING, RIVLIN, RUBENSTEIN,
RUDY, SASLOVSKY, SCHEINMAN, SCHWARTZ, SERLIN, SHORE, SIDRANSKY,
TUBELSKY, WALDER, WEIL, WEINSTEIN, WEST, WIENER, WILSON, WISE,
WISHNIATSKY, YELLIN, YOSHPE, ZUCKERMAN.

BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Researching BIALYSTOK and Vicinity #poland

suprlmn@...
 

Dear Fellow Bialystoker,
As I've been somewhat inactive for a while, I'd like to remind everyone
that I'm still alive and kicking, and still actively researching my
mishpochah.

Almost all come >from the general vicinity of Poland and/or Belarus
(depending on the political era du jour), plus a number now in Israel.
Please take a moment to look over my list below, and feel free to ask
anything you wish. I promise to reply as promptly as possible.

B'shalom, Susan Pearlman, Northridge, California, USA
Nee Szejna-Dwera SZEJNMAN-KOSLOWSKY in Bialystok, Poland

also researching: AMIEL, BARD, GOLDBERG, GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN,
JASKOLKA, JOFFE, KAM, KAMINSKY, KAPELL, KING, LANDO, LEFF, LISHINSKY,
MALETSKY, PEARLMAN, PEARSON, POLONSKY, RADDING, RIVLIN, RUBENSTEIN,
RUDY, SASLOVSKY, SCHEINMAN, SCHWARTZ, SERLIN, SHORE, SIDRANSKY,
TUBELSKY, WALDER, WEIL, WEINSTEIN, WEST, WIENER, WILSON, WISE,
WISHNIATSKY, YELLIN, YOSHPE, ZUCKERMAN.