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Prenumerantn information for some Galician towns #galicia

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

I have copies of the entries >from Berl Kagan's Sefer HaPrenumerantn for the
Galician towns listed below. I will be glad to share these with anyone
interested in locating the books listed, to view (and, perhaps, publish
online) their prenumerantn lists. For more information about Kagan's book
and prenumerantn, see http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/prenumerantn.htm.

Bursztyn
Chodorow
Dubiecko
Dynow
Kanczuga
Knihynicze
Krakowiec
Lancut
Rohatyn
Sambor
Sokolow Malopolski
Stary Sambor
Szczerzec
Tarnawka(?)

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.

Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Prenumerantn information for some Galician towns #galicia

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

I have copies of the entries >from Berl Kagan's Sefer HaPrenumerantn for the
Galician towns listed below. I will be glad to share these with anyone
interested in locating the books listed, to view (and, perhaps, publish
online) their prenumerantn lists. For more information about Kagan's book
and prenumerantn, see http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/prenumerantn.htm.

Bursztyn
Chodorow
Dubiecko
Dynow
Kanczuga
Knihynicze
Krakowiec
Lancut
Rohatyn
Sambor
Sokolow Malopolski
Stary Sambor
Szczerzec
Tarnawka(?)

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.

Re: Auschwitz victims' suitcases #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Sally Goodman wrote: As a follow up to my previous post, May 26th (see
below), re Elie Weisel's visit to Auschwitz with Oprah, a Jewish Genner
sent a message to me personally re a book called "Hana's Suitcase" written
for middle school age children. It is wonderful story about one of these
suitcases. She wondered what information could be gained >from the suitcases.

I just wanted to remind the Austria-Czech Siggers that Uri Meretz and I
have written about this story and Hanus Grab sent in a follow-up.

If you are new to our group, please look up the message archives with
appropriate keywords. You will find the messages entitled "Remembering
Hana BRADY" and "BRADY Genealogy" on 22nd June 2005.

Our message archives are a goldmine. Please remember to use them!

Celia Male (U.K., but currently in Vienna)

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Auschwitz victims' suitcases #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Sally Goodman wrote: As a follow up to my previous post, May 26th (see
below), re Elie Weisel's visit to Auschwitz with Oprah, a Jewish Genner
sent a message to me personally re a book called "Hana's Suitcase" written
for middle school age children. It is wonderful story about one of these
suitcases. She wondered what information could be gained >from the suitcases.

I just wanted to remind the Austria-Czech Siggers that Uri Meretz and I
have written about this story and Hanus Grab sent in a follow-up.

If you are new to our group, please look up the message archives with
appropriate keywords. You will find the messages entitled "Remembering
Hana BRADY" and "BRADY Genealogy" on 22nd June 2005.

Our message archives are a goldmine. Please remember to use them!

Celia Male (U.K., but currently in Vienna)

Finding a death Certificate #general

LAWRENCE RUBIN
 

I'm tying to find my GGF Morris Rubin's death certificate. born: abt
1865 -(8)
He lived in NYC, was listed in the 1920 Fed census but not in the 1930
census. He may have been listed in a city directory in 1925. I checked the
on line NYC death index but none matched - the only 2 that were close (I
have DC copies in my possession but it is not my relative).

He may have died outside the city limits? maybe another state? who knows.
Please advise what steps I can take to find his death certificate and
eventually find where is is buried?

many thanks,
Larry Rubin

email: larryr8@...

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Finding a death Certificate #general

LAWRENCE RUBIN
 

I'm tying to find my GGF Morris Rubin's death certificate. born: abt
1865 -(8)
He lived in NYC, was listed in the 1920 Fed census but not in the 1930
census. He may have been listed in a city directory in 1925. I checked the
on line NYC death index but none matched - the only 2 that were close (I
have DC copies in my possession but it is not my relative).

He may have died outside the city limits? maybe another state? who knows.
Please advise what steps I can take to find his death certificate and
eventually find where is is buried?

many thanks,
Larry Rubin

email: larryr8@...

looking for Jewish orphanage in Cleveland at end of 19th century #general

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

I am looking for a Jewish orphanage in Cleveland at end of 19th century
possibly beginning of 20th century. It might have been run by Bnai Brit.
Rose Feldman

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen looking for Jewish orphanage in Cleveland at end of 19th century #general

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

I am looking for a Jewish orphanage in Cleveland at end of 19th century
possibly beginning of 20th century. It might have been run by Bnai Brit.
Rose Feldman

Prenumerantn information for some Galician towns #general

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

I have copies of the entries >from Berl Kagan's Sefer HaPrenumerantn for the
Galician towns listed below. I will be glad to share these with anyone
interested in locating the books listed, to view (and, perhaps, publish
online) their prenumerantn lists. For more information about Kagan's book
and prenumerantn, see http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/prenumerantn.htm.

Bursztyn
Chodorow
Dubiecko
Dynow
Kanczuga
Knihynicze
Krakowiec
Lancut
Rohatyn
Sambor
Sokolow Malopolski
Stary Sambor
Szczerzec
Tarnawka(?)

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Prenumerantn information for some Galician towns #general

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

I have copies of the entries >from Berl Kagan's Sefer HaPrenumerantn for the
Galician towns listed below. I will be glad to share these with anyone
interested in locating the books listed, to view (and, perhaps, publish
online) their prenumerantn lists. For more information about Kagan's book
and prenumerantn, see http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/prenumerantn.htm.

Bursztyn
Chodorow
Dubiecko
Dynow
Kanczuga
Knihynicze
Krakowiec
Lancut
Rohatyn
Sambor
Sokolow Malopolski
Stary Sambor
Szczerzec
Tarnawka(?)

Best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@...
near Washington, D.C.

Re: WINNICKI of Przerosl (Suwalki gubernia, Poland) became WEINSTEIN in Paris #general

Gerry Swetsky <gswetsky@...>
 

Most of the WINNICKI's that I have found in Landsman are traceable to a
family which moved to the USA and changed their name to WINITZKY. They
ended up in Titusville, PA in the 1860's.

There was a person who was tracing that family (Winitzky) here on JewishGen
some time ago. Perhaps they'll see your post.

Gerry Swetsky
Searching PHILLIPS, GRODZINSKI/MARKS and others >from Kalvarija, Lithuania
who settled in Titusville, PA

"Micheline GUTMANN" <m.gutmann@...> wrote

On the list of marriages I found in Paris, of people coming >from the Suwalki
and Lomza gubernias (list published by Landsmen), there was a WEINSTEIN
family >from Przerosl, connected with my family. But I could not find this
name in the other lists published for Przerosl by Landsmen.

So, I have compared the list of people with parents'names when I got them,
and could conclude that the name WINNICKI became WEINSTEIN
for the families arriving in Paris.
I tried to build the more complete tree as possible thanks
to the data published in Landsmen and the data found in Paris.
If somebody is interested, tell me, please.

Important: this modification of names concerns only Przerosl and some from
Augustowa but not other places. I only studied the family of Przerosl.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: WINNICKI of Przerosl (Suwalki gubernia, Poland) became WEINSTEIN in Paris #general

Gerry Swetsky <gswetsky@...>
 

Most of the WINNICKI's that I have found in Landsman are traceable to a
family which moved to the USA and changed their name to WINITZKY. They
ended up in Titusville, PA in the 1860's.

There was a person who was tracing that family (Winitzky) here on JewishGen
some time ago. Perhaps they'll see your post.

Gerry Swetsky
Searching PHILLIPS, GRODZINSKI/MARKS and others >from Kalvarija, Lithuania
who settled in Titusville, PA

"Micheline GUTMANN" <m.gutmann@...> wrote

On the list of marriages I found in Paris, of people coming >from the Suwalki
and Lomza gubernias (list published by Landsmen), there was a WEINSTEIN
family >from Przerosl, connected with my family. But I could not find this
name in the other lists published for Przerosl by Landsmen.

So, I have compared the list of people with parents'names when I got them,
and could conclude that the name WINNICKI became WEINSTEIN
for the families arriving in Paris.
I tried to build the more complete tree as possible thanks
to the data published in Landsmen and the data found in Paris.
If somebody is interested, tell me, please.

Important: this modification of names concerns only Przerosl and some from
Augustowa but not other places. I only studied the family of Przerosl.

Update- death books at the Red Cross's ITS, Bad Arolsen Germany #general

koosh <koosh@...>
 

Update, May 16.
The Associated Press reported today that the 11-nation governing body
of the International Tracing Service, an arm of the Red Cross body that
oversees the Bad Arolsen archive voted on changes to the 1955 treaty.
Proposed changes would allow each of the 11 countries to obtain a
digital copy of the Bad Arolsen archive and to make it available to
researchers and victims relatives in those countries under controlled
conditions.
Each of the 11 nations must ratify the changes to open access to the
ITS archive.

Bernard Kouchel
kooshb9341@...

--- Original Message---
After being withheld for 65 years, the death books at the Red Cross's
International Tracing Service, Bad Arolsen Germany are expected to be
opened to historians and other researchers for the first time.

Will the commission vote in the affirmative? Keep an interested eye
on the issue, and the urgency that this moment demands.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Update- death books at the Red Cross's ITS, Bad Arolsen Germany #general

koosh <koosh@...>
 

Update, May 16.
The Associated Press reported today that the 11-nation governing body
of the International Tracing Service, an arm of the Red Cross body that
oversees the Bad Arolsen archive voted on changes to the 1955 treaty.
Proposed changes would allow each of the 11 countries to obtain a
digital copy of the Bad Arolsen archive and to make it available to
researchers and victims relatives in those countries under controlled
conditions.
Each of the 11 nations must ratify the changes to open access to the
ITS archive.

Bernard Kouchel
kooshb9341@...

--- Original Message---
After being withheld for 65 years, the death books at the Red Cross's
International Tracing Service, Bad Arolsen Germany are expected to be
opened to historians and other researchers for the first time.

Will the commission vote in the affirmative? Keep an interested eye
on the issue, and the urgency that this moment demands.

Auschwitz victims' suitcases #austria-czech

Sally Goodman <sbgoody@...>
 

As a follow up to my previous post, May 26th (see below), re Elie Weisel's
visit to Auschwitz with Oprah, a Jewish Genner sent a message to me
personally re a book called "Hana's Suitcase" written for middle school age
children. It is wonderful story about one of these suitcases. She wondered
what information could be gained >from the suitcases.

I gave this some thought and here is my response. Perhaps some of you have
other ideas and suggestions.

I don't know what information could be gained >from the suitcases but the
feeling you get when you see a relative's name on one of those suitcases on
your TV screen >from the sofa in your living room is almost indescribable.

Seeing the thousands of suitcases is one thing, seeing one that belonged to
a relative who perished, whether you knew the relative was a victim or not,
gives you a stab in your heart and a blow to your gut. It takes your breath
away. It is certainly a reminder we can never forget =AD perhaps that is what
we gain >from seeing the suitcases especially >from the comfort of one's home.

Sally Goodman
Palm Springs/LA, CA

Submitted to JewishGen Discussion Group 5/26/06
This evening I watched the DVR of Elie Weisel and Oprah's visit to
Auschwitz.
As they walked through the Museum, they stopped at the window of the
suitcases and the name VESELY jumped out at me. I paused and forwarded,
paused and rewound until I could see the name clearly. VESELY is a prominent
collateral name in my family's history. How eerie this felt.
Then I saw other suitcases with names. Again, I paused and forwarded and
rewound until I could make out the names and information. I list them belo=
w
as I was able to see them in case someone is interested:
Petr EISLER #6446, born 20-111-1942, a child;
Ruth Sara LAX;
Fanni Sara KORNITZER, Wien; and
LEVKOVIC Alex.
Perhaps when someone visits Auschwitz, they could photograph the suitcases
with names, if permitted, and post them. It really makes this so very
personal.

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Auschwitz victims' suitcases #austria-czech

Sally Goodman <sbgoody@...>
 

As a follow up to my previous post, May 26th (see below), re Elie Weisel's
visit to Auschwitz with Oprah, a Jewish Genner sent a message to me
personally re a book called "Hana's Suitcase" written for middle school age
children. It is wonderful story about one of these suitcases. She wondered
what information could be gained >from the suitcases.

I gave this some thought and here is my response. Perhaps some of you have
other ideas and suggestions.

I don't know what information could be gained >from the suitcases but the
feeling you get when you see a relative's name on one of those suitcases on
your TV screen >from the sofa in your living room is almost indescribable.

Seeing the thousands of suitcases is one thing, seeing one that belonged to
a relative who perished, whether you knew the relative was a victim or not,
gives you a stab in your heart and a blow to your gut. It takes your breath
away. It is certainly a reminder we can never forget =AD perhaps that is what
we gain >from seeing the suitcases especially >from the comfort of one's home.

Sally Goodman
Palm Springs/LA, CA

Submitted to JewishGen Discussion Group 5/26/06
This evening I watched the DVR of Elie Weisel and Oprah's visit to
Auschwitz.
As they walked through the Museum, they stopped at the window of the
suitcases and the name VESELY jumped out at me. I paused and forwarded,
paused and rewound until I could see the name clearly. VESELY is a prominent
collateral name in my family's history. How eerie this felt.
Then I saw other suitcases with names. Again, I paused and forwarded and
rewound until I could make out the names and information. I list them belo=
w
as I was able to see them in case someone is interested:
Petr EISLER #6446, born 20-111-1942, a child;
Ruth Sara LAX;
Fanni Sara KORNITZER, Wien; and
LEVKOVIC Alex.
Perhaps when someone visits Auschwitz, they could photograph the suitcases
with names, if permitted, and post them. It really makes this so very
personal.

Need ID of timeframe/location of photo (PALEVSKY - Kobrin) #general

Elise
 

Can anyone help identify when and where (U.S. or Russia) the following
photo may have been taken, based on clothing, hairstyles, etc? Also, the
ages of the men? I've never been good at guessing someone's age!

http://palevsky.myrelatives.net/images/sashen/gershon-sons.jpg

These are members of a PALEVSKY family >from Kobrin, Belarus -- a father
and 4 of his sons. I don't believe the father ever came to the U.S., but I'm
not sure about that. Would his sons have had the type of hairstyles and
mustaches in then-Russia? At least one of the sons immigrated to the U.S.
around 1892 and settled in Cleveland, where his wife and children
eventually joined him. We have yet to identify exactly who the other 3
sons are, though we have some ideas.

Thanks in advance for any assistance!

Elise Friedman
Baltimore, Maryland

PALEVSKY, POLLACK, DUBIN, DAITCH, SAPIR (Horodetz/Kobryn, Belarus);
LIFSHITZ, CHARLAS/KHARLAS/KALLISH (Brest-Litovsk/Antopol, Belarus);
CHESIN, EHUDIN (Mstislavl, Belarus); CHERNOCK, EPSTEIN (Novozybkov, Russia)
KMIOTEK/FRIEDMAN/LEWIS, SCHENDEROWITZ, EMBER (Makow Maz./Przasnysz, Poland);
EISNER, TAUB, WAHRHAFTIG, TUNIS, SONNE (Myszkowice/Tarnopol, Ukraine);
MILLER/MEHLER, TAUB (Byblo/Staryy Sambor/Nizankowice/Dobromil, Ukraine);

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need ID of timeframe/location of photo (PALEVSKY - Kobrin) #general

Elise
 

Can anyone help identify when and where (U.S. or Russia) the following
photo may have been taken, based on clothing, hairstyles, etc? Also, the
ages of the men? I've never been good at guessing someone's age!

http://palevsky.myrelatives.net/images/sashen/gershon-sons.jpg

These are members of a PALEVSKY family >from Kobrin, Belarus -- a father
and 4 of his sons. I don't believe the father ever came to the U.S., but I'm
not sure about that. Would his sons have had the type of hairstyles and
mustaches in then-Russia? At least one of the sons immigrated to the U.S.
around 1892 and settled in Cleveland, where his wife and children
eventually joined him. We have yet to identify exactly who the other 3
sons are, though we have some ideas.

Thanks in advance for any assistance!

Elise Friedman
Baltimore, Maryland

PALEVSKY, POLLACK, DUBIN, DAITCH, SAPIR (Horodetz/Kobryn, Belarus);
LIFSHITZ, CHARLAS/KHARLAS/KALLISH (Brest-Litovsk/Antopol, Belarus);
CHESIN, EHUDIN (Mstislavl, Belarus); CHERNOCK, EPSTEIN (Novozybkov, Russia)
KMIOTEK/FRIEDMAN/LEWIS, SCHENDEROWITZ, EMBER (Makow Maz./Przasnysz, Poland);
EISNER, TAUB, WAHRHAFTIG, TUNIS, SONNE (Myszkowice/Tarnopol, Ukraine);
MILLER/MEHLER, TAUB (Byblo/Staryy Sambor/Nizankowice/Dobromil, Ukraine);

Yiddish Translation Needed for ViewMate Documents #general

Aaron Werbel <werbel@...>
 

Hello JewishGenners,

I have posted three notes on ViewMate written in Yiddish that I am hoping
to have translated.

The first is a page >from my great-great Uncle Philip LIPKIN's address book.
I have no idea what it might contain, but the rest of the book is birthdays,
marraiges and deaths of all his cousins. I thought it might have some
more genealogically relevant information.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7920

The next two are a card and short letter >from 1946, written by my grandmother
Ida FEINSTEIN (>from Odessa) to the Brooklyn Jewish Journal which I believe
contain obituary information about my great-grandfather, Leo WERBEL.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7918
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7919

Thanks for any help you can offer.

Aaron WERBEL
Silver Spring, MD
werbel@...

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Yiddish Translation Needed for ViewMate Documents #general

Aaron Werbel <werbel@...>
 

Hello JewishGenners,

I have posted three notes on ViewMate written in Yiddish that I am hoping
to have translated.

The first is a page >from my great-great Uncle Philip LIPKIN's address book.
I have no idea what it might contain, but the rest of the book is birthdays,
marraiges and deaths of all his cousins. I thought it might have some
more genealogically relevant information.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7920

The next two are a card and short letter >from 1946, written by my grandmother
Ida FEINSTEIN (>from Odessa) to the Brooklyn Jewish Journal which I believe
contain obituary information about my great-grandfather, Leo WERBEL.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7918
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7919

Thanks for any help you can offer.

Aaron WERBEL
Silver Spring, MD
werbel@...

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.