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Translation from Hebrew - ketubah & tombstone #general

Eliana Aizim
 

Dear Genners,

I would like to ask for a translation >from Hebrew of a ketubah and a
tombstone that I´ve posted on ViewMate. File numbers are:
VM8111 for the tombstone and VM8112 for the ketubah.
You can go to the direct address:
for the tombstone:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8111
for the ketubah:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8112

Please respond privately to me: @elianaaizim
Thanks very much for any help you can give me.

Eliana Aizim - >from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
visit my Gurevich photo album:
http://www.geocieites.com/elianaaizim/photo2.html

Searching:
AISIN, AISEN, AIZEN: Lugansk, Ekaterinoslav Gub, Ukraine/ Brazil/
Argentina. GUREVICH: Yuzovka, Ekaterinoslav Gub, Ukraine.
WATNICK>WHITE: Peschanka, Podolia Gub, Ukraine/ Toronto, Can.
AVERBUCH: Zhabokrich & Kryzhopol, Podolia Gub, Ukr/ Brazil.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation from Hebrew - ketubah & tombstone #general

Eliana Aizim
 

Dear Genners,

I would like to ask for a translation >from Hebrew of a ketubah and a
tombstone that I´ve posted on ViewMate. File numbers are:
VM8111 for the tombstone and VM8112 for the ketubah.
You can go to the direct address:
for the tombstone:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8111
for the ketubah:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8112

Please respond privately to me: @elianaaizim
Thanks very much for any help you can give me.

Eliana Aizim - >from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
visit my Gurevich photo album:
http://www.geocieites.com/elianaaizim/photo2.html

Searching:
AISIN, AISEN, AIZEN: Lugansk, Ekaterinoslav Gub, Ukraine/ Brazil/
Argentina. GUREVICH: Yuzovka, Ekaterinoslav Gub, Ukraine.
WATNICK>WHITE: Peschanka, Podolia Gub, Ukraine/ Toronto, Can.
AVERBUCH: Zhabokrich & Kryzhopol, Podolia Gub, Ukr/ Brazil.


author Ben BLACK #general

Neil@...
 

I am tying to reach the author of Breaking Ranks, originally >from Scotland
and then Israel and lives in Australia.
Any help appreciated
Neil Rosenstein
Elizabeth, N.J.

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen author Ben BLACK #general

Neil@...
 

I am tying to reach the author of Breaking Ranks, originally >from Scotland
and then Israel and lives in Australia.
Any help appreciated
Neil Rosenstein
Elizabeth, N.J.

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Thanks and a new query regarding the mysterious Adeline KADETSKY WATERS HYMOFF #general

Jenni Hymoff Koeppel
 

Hello again fellow genners!

After the help you gave me last week some successes fell upon us and of
course they raised new questions

After 4 years of my searching everywhere for it, one of you found my family
that seemed to have vanished in 1910 - the census taker had written HYMAS
instead of HYMOFF but there they all were, at a different address. Thanks
again to Yehudah - We'd been looking all over and not found them!!

My ggm's first husband went by the name of WATERS but it seems he was really
WASSERZUG. Their son was born in 1885 and called Simon Waters or Simon
Hymoff depending. Would anyone see if an Adeline WASSERZUG shows up on any
search engine at commercial sites (I live in Spain and cannot access any at
any library - even if we had one they don't have those services here). I
will be checking the free sites myself, so please don't bother.

What would be fantastic would be her marriage record to Mr. Wasserzug/Waters
that might have more information on her. I'm anxious to find out where in
Poland she was from! The marriage could have taken place in NY or in
Massachusetts around 1884.

Her marriage record to my ggf states "mn Zettock" and if that is "Maiden
name" we have a new mystery to deal with. Any suggestions on that would
also be very welcome!

Thanks once again for sharing your knowledge and time with all of us!

Cheers, Jenni Hymoff
Canary Islands, Spain
researching HYMOFF and KADETSKY >from Poland
KRAVETSKY and REDLER >from Ukraine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thanks and a new query regarding the mysterious Adeline KADETSKY WATERS HYMOFF #general

Jenni Hymoff Koeppel
 

Hello again fellow genners!

After the help you gave me last week some successes fell upon us and of
course they raised new questions

After 4 years of my searching everywhere for it, one of you found my family
that seemed to have vanished in 1910 - the census taker had written HYMAS
instead of HYMOFF but there they all were, at a different address. Thanks
again to Yehudah - We'd been looking all over and not found them!!

My ggm's first husband went by the name of WATERS but it seems he was really
WASSERZUG. Their son was born in 1885 and called Simon Waters or Simon
Hymoff depending. Would anyone see if an Adeline WASSERZUG shows up on any
search engine at commercial sites (I live in Spain and cannot access any at
any library - even if we had one they don't have those services here). I
will be checking the free sites myself, so please don't bother.

What would be fantastic would be her marriage record to Mr. Wasserzug/Waters
that might have more information on her. I'm anxious to find out where in
Poland she was from! The marriage could have taken place in NY or in
Massachusetts around 1884.

Her marriage record to my ggf states "mn Zettock" and if that is "Maiden
name" we have a new mystery to deal with. Any suggestions on that would
also be very welcome!

Thanks once again for sharing your knowledge and time with all of us!

Cheers, Jenni Hymoff
Canary Islands, Spain
researching HYMOFF and KADETSKY >from Poland
KRAVETSKY and REDLER >from Ukraine


Re: 1899 CT City Directory - Define the Meaning of "F" ?? #general

Nancy Ring Kendrick <ringgenealogy@...>
 

Sincere thanks to all of you who replied to my original posting!

For those of you who are interested the "F" means Fairfield.
The abbrevation list is in the very beginning of the directory just before
the "A's"

I firmly believe that the two people listed are our ancestors. What
are the odds of those two given names showing up in a record together
without being related? Leopold RING married Regina KISH in 1900, so
I believe Leopold was setting up his own home for he and his wife,
therefore he was rem. (removed) to Bridgeport. Leopold was
Clementine's brother.

As for Clemetine not using her married name DZIEKIEWICZ, we have
learned that her married surname "can" mean RING in English!

Thanks to all of you!

Regards,
Nancy Ring Kendrick
Port Orange, FL
Searching BLOCH and RING >from the following areas: Bielsko-Biala /
Bystra / Kenty / Nowy Sacz / Tarnow
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/e/n/Nancy-R-Kendrick/?Welc
ome3D1018348985


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: 1899 CT City Directory - Define the Meaning of "F" ?? #general

Nancy Ring Kendrick <ringgenealogy@...>
 

Sincere thanks to all of you who replied to my original posting!

For those of you who are interested the "F" means Fairfield.
The abbrevation list is in the very beginning of the directory just before
the "A's"

I firmly believe that the two people listed are our ancestors. What
are the odds of those two given names showing up in a record together
without being related? Leopold RING married Regina KISH in 1900, so
I believe Leopold was setting up his own home for he and his wife,
therefore he was rem. (removed) to Bridgeport. Leopold was
Clementine's brother.

As for Clemetine not using her married name DZIEKIEWICZ, we have
learned that her married surname "can" mean RING in English!

Thanks to all of you!

Regards,
Nancy Ring Kendrick
Port Orange, FL
Searching BLOCH and RING >from the following areas: Bielsko-Biala /
Bystra / Kenty / Nowy Sacz / Tarnow
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/e/n/Nancy-R-Kendrick/?Welc
ome3D1018348985


KLODAWSKI, PUDER, LEITER, PIENTS, FAGOT #general

ShiraK <k_shira@...>
 

Dear researchers group,
I am looking for any information or documentation on the families KLODAWSKI,
PUDER, LEITER, PIENTS and FAGOT >from the towns of Lipno, Przedecz, Rypin,
Wloclawek and Lodz. In the time of war they stayed in the ghettos of Warsaw and
Lodz
Thanks Michael Klodovsky


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KLODAWSKI, PUDER, LEITER, PIENTS, FAGOT #general

ShiraK <k_shira@...>
 

Dear researchers group,
I am looking for any information or documentation on the families KLODAWSKI,
PUDER, LEITER, PIENTS and FAGOT >from the towns of Lipno, Przedecz, Rypin,
Wloclawek and Lodz. In the time of war they stayed in the ghettos of Warsaw and
Lodz
Thanks Michael Klodovsky


ULLMANN from Driesen #general

Stephen Gaffin
 

Cousins:
I have a bunch of Ulman/ Ullmans in my Worcester MA Grace-Pelletz-Jaffe
Family History and Tree that may or may interest the Ullman family in
question. They came >from Kamajai/ Rokiskis/ Kaunas/ Riga and Vilnius.

There are some famous actors who are Ullmans, though probably not related--
Liv Ullmann, Tracey Ullman, Ricky Ullman (born Raviv Ullman, Israeli), and
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.(Douglas Ullman)

from the old Jewish Encyclopedia (1897) The Ulman family originated in the
town of Ulm (where Einstein was born) but moved to Guenzburg, and adopted the
name Gunzberg, or Ginzberg and some branches (Ulma, Ulm and Ullman) of the
family call themselves "Ulma-Guenzburg. There is on record a lawsuit
instituted by Baer Guenzburg of Grodno against a Jewish family of that city
who had adopted the same name under the decree of 1804 (Maggid, "Toledot
Mishpehot Ginzburg," p. 239, St. Petersburg, 1899). The court
sustained the right of Jewish families to adopt any name they chose, and the
number of Guenzburg families accordingly increased.

Etta Grace Ulman The descendents of “Charles Bezalel the First” are Yonkel
(Jacob), Lozer Jaffe, Saie, Zelig, Mende Jaffe, Rive Gittel, Faige, Etta,
Avraham Yehuda, plus a large family of Ulmans, Sniders, and Feldmans in
Worcester.

1. Rashel “Rose” Leah Ulman m. Sirol Hirschl “Harry” Snider June 5, 1902 in
Kamajai (Snider Dressed Beef Co,).
2. Zarah Ulman m. Reubin Snider (brother of Sirol)
3. Hanna Ulman m. Louis Hurwitz
4. Chana Dvorka “Dora” Ulman m. Jake Isaacman
I have details of the complete families of the above.

In the archives of the Worcester “Jewish Civic Leader” the following
mentions are made of this family.
29 June 1945 P5 Wedding of Jacob Ullman to Rena Falthzig.

27 July 1945 P8 Obituary. Morris Schwartzberg, 70, 56 Richmond Ave died.
He was born in Lithuania, son of Simon and Rebecca (Ulman ) Schwartzberg.

Dec. 18, 1975 P13 Sarah (Ulman) Snider died at age 89. She leaves 2 sons:
Abraham and Benjamin Snider, and 2 daughters, Hazel (wife of William T.
Silver) and Ethel, wife of Max Chervin. She leaves a sister, Mrs. Bessie
Pulde, 12 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. She was born in Russia
and was the daughter of Mendell and Riva (Schwartzberg) Snider and lived in
Worcester more than 65 years. (The last names don’t look right. Her father
should be named Ulman)

If there is interest I would be happy to send the complete tree on request.

Steve Grace Gaffin
St Maarten Netherlands Antilles, formerly Worcester MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ULLMANN from Driesen #general

Stephen Gaffin
 

Cousins:
I have a bunch of Ulman/ Ullmans in my Worcester MA Grace-Pelletz-Jaffe
Family History and Tree that may or may interest the Ullman family in
question. They came >from Kamajai/ Rokiskis/ Kaunas/ Riga and Vilnius.

There are some famous actors who are Ullmans, though probably not related--
Liv Ullmann, Tracey Ullman, Ricky Ullman (born Raviv Ullman, Israeli), and
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.(Douglas Ullman)

from the old Jewish Encyclopedia (1897) The Ulman family originated in the
town of Ulm (where Einstein was born) but moved to Guenzburg, and adopted the
name Gunzberg, or Ginzberg and some branches (Ulma, Ulm and Ullman) of the
family call themselves "Ulma-Guenzburg. There is on record a lawsuit
instituted by Baer Guenzburg of Grodno against a Jewish family of that city
who had adopted the same name under the decree of 1804 (Maggid, "Toledot
Mishpehot Ginzburg," p. 239, St. Petersburg, 1899). The court
sustained the right of Jewish families to adopt any name they chose, and the
number of Guenzburg families accordingly increased.

Etta Grace Ulman The descendents of “Charles Bezalel the First” are Yonkel
(Jacob), Lozer Jaffe, Saie, Zelig, Mende Jaffe, Rive Gittel, Faige, Etta,
Avraham Yehuda, plus a large family of Ulmans, Sniders, and Feldmans in
Worcester.

1. Rashel “Rose” Leah Ulman m. Sirol Hirschl “Harry” Snider June 5, 1902 in
Kamajai (Snider Dressed Beef Co,).
2. Zarah Ulman m. Reubin Snider (brother of Sirol)
3. Hanna Ulman m. Louis Hurwitz
4. Chana Dvorka “Dora” Ulman m. Jake Isaacman
I have details of the complete families of the above.

In the archives of the Worcester “Jewish Civic Leader” the following
mentions are made of this family.
29 June 1945 P5 Wedding of Jacob Ullman to Rena Falthzig.

27 July 1945 P8 Obituary. Morris Schwartzberg, 70, 56 Richmond Ave died.
He was born in Lithuania, son of Simon and Rebecca (Ulman ) Schwartzberg.

Dec. 18, 1975 P13 Sarah (Ulman) Snider died at age 89. She leaves 2 sons:
Abraham and Benjamin Snider, and 2 daughters, Hazel (wife of William T.
Silver) and Ethel, wife of Max Chervin. She leaves a sister, Mrs. Bessie
Pulde, 12 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. She was born in Russia
and was the daughter of Mendell and Riva (Schwartzberg) Snider and lived in
Worcester more than 65 years. (The last names don’t look right. Her father
should be named Ulman)

If there is interest I would be happy to send the complete tree on request.

Steve Grace Gaffin
St Maarten Netherlands Antilles, formerly Worcester MA


Minsk Jewish Hospital #general

Jeffrey S. Entin <entin@...>
 

Does anyone have any information on the Minsk Jewish Hospital existing about
1880?

Jeffrey S. Entin
Fall River, MA

Researching: ENTIN >from Minsk


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Minsk Jewish Hospital #general

Jeffrey S. Entin <entin@...>
 

Does anyone have any information on the Minsk Jewish Hospital existing about
1880?

Jeffrey S. Entin
Fall River, MA

Researching: ENTIN >from Minsk


Re: orphanage in Berdichev in 1920 #general

Irina Fridman
 

Dear All,

Thank you for all your messages. >from all your replies I gather it was more
to do with personal rather than trend reasons - I suspected it may have
something to do with early Soviet fashion, etc. As a matter of fact the
boy's sister *was* raised in that new family, who also had their children (2
boys as far as I know). *But*, the main question remains: did anyone come
accross those orphanages in Berdichev of those days? Is there any chance to
know anything on this subject?

Thanks for your help!

Regards,
Irina Shub
Chatham, UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: orphanage in Berdichev in 1920 #general

Irina Fridman
 

Dear All,

Thank you for all your messages. >from all your replies I gather it was more
to do with personal rather than trend reasons - I suspected it may have
something to do with early Soviet fashion, etc. As a matter of fact the
boy's sister *was* raised in that new family, who also had their children (2
boys as far as I know). *But*, the main question remains: did anyone come
accross those orphanages in Berdichev of those days? Is there any chance to
know anything on this subject?

Thanks for your help!

Regards,
Irina Shub
Chatham, UK


Daniel WEINBERGER #general

msleag@...
 

Dear Genners
Daniel [Aser?] WEINBERGER arrived in NY >from Pancevo-Banat/Hungary.
According to Ellis Island data a Gyoza Wainberger >from Pancsova arrived on
Dec. 1913. According to ship's manifest the name he gave as closest
Relative in home town was Vilmos Weinberger . Vilmos was my husband's
grandfather who perished in Beograd in 1941 and brother of Daniel. Their
Father Mor Weinberger died in Pancevo in 1905, thus Vilmos became
responsible for all 8 siblings.
I assume Daniel is Gyoza , nevertheless I could not find any one in 1920 and
1930 census that fit information.
Coming to NY in August, I would like to work on this thread.
Any suggestions?

Lea Haber Gedalia ,Jerusalem
Searching for: Haber/Aber/Orenstein [Hirlau Romania to NY, Baltimor, Canada]
Hersckovich-Harris [Tirgu Neamtz to Philadelphia] Schwartz [Husi, Romania]
Derfler, Ellenberg [Bukovina and Czernowic]


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Daniel WEINBERGER #general

msleag@...
 

Dear Genners
Daniel [Aser?] WEINBERGER arrived in NY >from Pancevo-Banat/Hungary.
According to Ellis Island data a Gyoza Wainberger >from Pancsova arrived on
Dec. 1913. According to ship's manifest the name he gave as closest
Relative in home town was Vilmos Weinberger . Vilmos was my husband's
grandfather who perished in Beograd in 1941 and brother of Daniel. Their
Father Mor Weinberger died in Pancevo in 1905, thus Vilmos became
responsible for all 8 siblings.
I assume Daniel is Gyoza , nevertheless I could not find any one in 1920 and
1930 census that fit information.
Coming to NY in August, I would like to work on this thread.
Any suggestions?

Lea Haber Gedalia ,Jerusalem
Searching for: Haber/Aber/Orenstein [Hirlau Romania to NY, Baltimor, Canada]
Hersckovich-Harris [Tirgu Neamtz to Philadelphia] Schwartz [Husi, Romania]
Derfler, Ellenberg [Bukovina and Czernowic]


EPSTEIN, BUNIS, EISENGART #latinamerica

Toby Glickman <tglickman@...>
 

Dear Latamsig Genners,

I am looking for records of my mother's cousin, Nura EPSTEIN, who lived in
Mexico City . She may have been either an EISENGART or a BUNIS by birth. She
had a daughter named Sarita.

Does anyone know whether there are cemetery records available in Mexico, or
has anyone advice on how to trace this name?

Thank you.

Toby Glickman

researching EISENGART and BUNIS >from DUBNO and RADZIWILL


Latin America #LatinAmerica EPSTEIN, BUNIS, EISENGART #latinamerica

Toby Glickman <tglickman@...>
 

Dear Latamsig Genners,

I am looking for records of my mother's cousin, Nura EPSTEIN, who lived in
Mexico City . She may have been either an EISENGART or a BUNIS by birth. She
had a daughter named Sarita.

Does anyone know whether there are cemetery records available in Mexico, or
has anyone advice on how to trace this name?

Thank you.

Toby Glickman

researching EISENGART and BUNIS >from DUBNO and RADZIWILL