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Re: www.oroklet.hu question #hungary

d pfalzer <d_pfalzer@...>
 

You are correct that the page doesn't scroll. The
best solution I found in search for my Morgensterns
was to search for "Morgenstern J" to allow me to see
those folks of surname Morgenstern and first name
beginning with "J". This gave me the "Ja" names. To
see a name like Juli, I searched for "Morgenstern Ju".

Hope this helps.

--- wendy cantor <cassatt222@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hello All,

When I looked at this site, I was unable to scroll
the page up or down.
Consequently I was unable to see all of the info on
the page. No 'arrows'
on the page that I could see and my my page up and
keyboard arrows didn't
work! What am I missing? I did find that I could
right click and highlight
the page which improved the contrast greatly.

Thanks for any help.

Wendy Dobo
Cleveland, OH
Researching: DOBO (changed >from GOLDSTEIN),
STAMBERGER, REICH/ SZIKSZO,
MEZOKOMAROM, MISKOLC

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Re: www.oroklet.hu question #hungary

sinespam@...
 

Which Web browser are you using? Although I prefer Firefox, I think I had similar problems until I switched to Internet Explorer. (I'm not sure I always had the scroll bars in IE, either; it's been a couple of days since I tried.)

In any case, if you don't have scroll bars, another option is to select some text on the page; then (keeping the mouse button down) "drag" all the way down to the bottom of the window. The text should start scrolling up >from the bottom as you do this. (And of course, you can scroll up the same way.)

-- Dan Breslau
Boston area, MA

-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: "wendy cantor" <cassatt222@hotmail.com>
Hello All,

When I looked at this site, I was unable to scroll the page up or down.
Consequently I was unable to see all of the info on the page. No 'arrows'
on the page that I could see and my my page up and keyboard arrows didn't
work! What am I missing? I did find that I could right click and highlight
the page which improved the contrast greatly.
--
Searching:
BRESLAU/BRESLOVSKI (Belarus/Latvia/Poland);
COHEN, KANAREK(?), MICHAELSKI(?) (Poland);
SCHREIBER, GRAD, ROSENBAUM, DEUTSCH, GLUCK, NEUVOHNER, TIRMAN,
WEISSBURG, KESTENBAUM, ROSENBERG, ADLER, FRISCH, BREUER (Hungary);
LANDAU, GOTTLIEB, BECKER (Ukraine)


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: www.oroklet.hu question #hungary

d pfalzer <d_pfalzer@...>
 

You are correct that the page doesn't scroll. The
best solution I found in search for my Morgensterns
was to search for "Morgenstern J" to allow me to see
those folks of surname Morgenstern and first name
beginning with "J". This gave me the "Ja" names. To
see a name like Juli, I searched for "Morgenstern Ju".

Hope this helps.

--- wendy cantor <cassatt222@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hello All,

When I looked at this site, I was unable to scroll
the page up or down.
Consequently I was unable to see all of the info on
the page. No 'arrows'
on the page that I could see and my my page up and
keyboard arrows didn't
work! What am I missing? I did find that I could
right click and highlight
the page which improved the contrast greatly.

Thanks for any help.

Wendy Dobo
Cleveland, OH
Researching: DOBO (changed >from GOLDSTEIN),
STAMBERGER, REICH/ SZIKSZO,
MEZOKOMAROM, MISKOLC

Moderator: Check the H-SIG archives for messages
that provided detailed info on how to navigate this
website.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: www.oroklet.hu question #hungary

sinespam@...
 

Which Web browser are you using? Although I prefer Firefox, I think I had similar problems until I switched to Internet Explorer. (I'm not sure I always had the scroll bars in IE, either; it's been a couple of days since I tried.)

In any case, if you don't have scroll bars, another option is to select some text on the page; then (keeping the mouse button down) "drag" all the way down to the bottom of the window. The text should start scrolling up >from the bottom as you do this. (And of course, you can scroll up the same way.)

-- Dan Breslau
Boston area, MA

-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: "wendy cantor" <cassatt222@hotmail.com>
Hello All,

When I looked at this site, I was unable to scroll the page up or down.
Consequently I was unable to see all of the info on the page. No 'arrows'
on the page that I could see and my my page up and keyboard arrows didn't
work! What am I missing? I did find that I could right click and highlight
the page which improved the contrast greatly.
--
Searching:
BRESLAU/BRESLOVSKI (Belarus/Latvia/Poland);
COHEN, KANAREK(?), MICHAELSKI(?) (Poland);
SCHREIBER, GRAD, ROSENBAUM, DEUTSCH, GLUCK, NEUVOHNER, TIRMAN,
WEISSBURG, KESTENBAUM, ROSENBERG, ADLER, FRISCH, BREUER (Hungary);
LANDAU, GOTTLIEB, BECKER (Ukraine)


Re: Determining "Jewish" Identity Through DNA Testing #dna

Sean M. Silver <sean_silver@...>
 

On 2006.07.20, Yisrael Asper <yisraelasper@comcast.net> wrote:

DNA testing can hopefully reveal whether it is likely that you have
Jewish ancestry. However, individuals who belong to any haplogroup
cannot simply on that basis be certain of having Jewish ancestry,
much less identify themselves as Jews.
There also has been recent research, as well as new FTDNA projects,
that have brought to light other haplogroups which focus on Jews who
are not YDNA haplogroup J. There have been several points in Jewish
history where admixture was possible, but there's also the chance that
at any time during the formation of the ancient Hebrews that others
might've become part of the Jewish people.

After all, Abraham traveled to what is now modern day Turkey, where
there seems to be strong evidence of an Eastern R1b that might well be
the predecessor of Western R1b by thousands of years. My own project
focuses on R1b of Jews who have a definitive (and uninterrupted)
history of Judaism. To boot, six out of my group are Kohanim.

As Yisrael said, though, the only thing which proves you are Jewish
is your faith. Some of the most devout Jews I've met are actually
converts who felt an affinity for the religion. I, myself, am one of
those Kohanim I mentioned in my project. Results of R1b surprised the
heck out of me, but I've turned it into a personal calling which has
resulted in theories and explanations I never could have imagined.
Also, several scholars and scientists have also become interested in
my search as well.

Sean Silver


DNA Research #DNA RE: Determining "Jewish" Identity Through DNA Testing #dna

Sean M. Silver <sean_silver@...>
 

On 2006.07.20, Yisrael Asper <yisraelasper@comcast.net> wrote:

DNA testing can hopefully reveal whether it is likely that you have
Jewish ancestry. However, individuals who belong to any haplogroup
cannot simply on that basis be certain of having Jewish ancestry,
much less identify themselves as Jews.
There also has been recent research, as well as new FTDNA projects,
that have brought to light other haplogroups which focus on Jews who
are not YDNA haplogroup J. There have been several points in Jewish
history where admixture was possible, but there's also the chance that
at any time during the formation of the ancient Hebrews that others
might've become part of the Jewish people.

After all, Abraham traveled to what is now modern day Turkey, where
there seems to be strong evidence of an Eastern R1b that might well be
the predecessor of Western R1b by thousands of years. My own project
focuses on R1b of Jews who have a definitive (and uninterrupted)
history of Judaism. To boot, six out of my group are Kohanim.

As Yisrael said, though, the only thing which proves you are Jewish
is your faith. Some of the most devout Jews I've met are actually
converts who felt an affinity for the religion. I, myself, am one of
those Kohanim I mentioned in my project. Results of R1b surprised the
heck out of me, but I've turned it into a personal calling which has
resulted in theories and explanations I never could have imagined.
Also, several scholars and scientists have also become interested in
my search as well.

Sean Silver


Re: FTDNA Surname Projects - Are you in one? #dna

Sean M. Silver <sean_silver@...>
 

On 2006.07.23, Elise Friedman <elisejg@comcast.net> wrote:

[...] joining the Jewish Heritage Project is a good idea for an
overall study of Jewish ancestry. This project, among other large
Jewish studies [...]
As Elise mentioned, there actually are more than a few projects
exploring Jewish genealogy. My suggestion would be that if you had any
questions, to contact Bennett Greenspan at FTDNA, who is an extremely
friendly gentleman who has been an incredible help to me with my own
project.

My project actually focuses on R1b Jews who have a definitive history
of Jewish lineage without conversion. This project started out in
March and most assumptions circled around recent conversions,
intermarriage or other such admixtures.

_However_, fifty members later we seem to have found evidence that
might support less admixture that we'd thought. Rather, all but two of
our members have no matches (past Y12) in Western Europe, and actually
have several matches in the Middle East (especially Turkey and
Armenia), Spain, Portugal and South America.

Evidence >from research papers seems to hint of an Eastern R1b that was
the progenitor of Western R1b. Furthermore, recent results >from Deep
Clade tests and DYS markers might well hint at ancient origins with
the Jewish people. Most of this comes >from loose theories backed by
educated hypothesis and what evidence we've found in our markers, but
it's been enough that FTDNA and some leading scientists are quite
interested in our project. There is a good chance that we might find
something of true significance outside of presumed admixture in the
1400s, middle ages, Roman times or what have you.

Additionally, 6 out of our 20 DYS393=12 R1bs, 393=12 being a rare
result >from a _very_ slow mutating marker that seems to find its
origins in Anatolia (modern day Turkey) and the near Middle East,
happen to have an oral history of being Kohanim. Furthermore, our
project is almost evenly split between 393=12 and 393=13, though even
our 393=13s have little or no matches in Western Europe.

Just thought I'd offer my own plug as well as something of interest!

Sean Silver
R1b Jewish project administrator
http://www.familytreedna.com/public/JewishR1b


DNA Research #DNA RE: FTDNA Surname Projects - Are you in one? #dna

Sean M. Silver <sean_silver@...>
 

On 2006.07.23, Elise Friedman <elisejg@comcast.net> wrote:

[...] joining the Jewish Heritage Project is a good idea for an
overall study of Jewish ancestry. This project, among other large
Jewish studies [...]
As Elise mentioned, there actually are more than a few projects
exploring Jewish genealogy. My suggestion would be that if you had any
questions, to contact Bennett Greenspan at FTDNA, who is an extremely
friendly gentleman who has been an incredible help to me with my own
project.

My project actually focuses on R1b Jews who have a definitive history
of Jewish lineage without conversion. This project started out in
March and most assumptions circled around recent conversions,
intermarriage or other such admixtures.

_However_, fifty members later we seem to have found evidence that
might support less admixture that we'd thought. Rather, all but two of
our members have no matches (past Y12) in Western Europe, and actually
have several matches in the Middle East (especially Turkey and
Armenia), Spain, Portugal and South America.

Evidence >from research papers seems to hint of an Eastern R1b that was
the progenitor of Western R1b. Furthermore, recent results >from Deep
Clade tests and DYS markers might well hint at ancient origins with
the Jewish people. Most of this comes >from loose theories backed by
educated hypothesis and what evidence we've found in our markers, but
it's been enough that FTDNA and some leading scientists are quite
interested in our project. There is a good chance that we might find
something of true significance outside of presumed admixture in the
1400s, middle ages, Roman times or what have you.

Additionally, 6 out of our 20 DYS393=12 R1bs, 393=12 being a rare
result >from a _very_ slow mutating marker that seems to find its
origins in Anatolia (modern day Turkey) and the near Middle East,
happen to have an oral history of being Kohanim. Furthermore, our
project is almost evenly split between 393=12 and 393=13, though even
our 393=13s have little or no matches in Western Europe.

Just thought I'd offer my own plug as well as something of interest!

Sean Silver
R1b Jewish project administrator
http://www.familytreedna.com/public/JewishR1b


Re: Meaning of ha Levi and significance to Rabbinic research #rabbinic

Jeff Miller
 

On 2006.08.01, I wrote

My question is, What is the meaning of "ha Levi" and what if any is
its significance to Rabbinic research?
Thank you everyone who responded to my question. You are indeed very
generous. I have gotten a vastly better understanding of Jewish
history and the possibilities for pursuing research into my various
family lines.

Jeff Miller
Washington DC/Maryland suburbs


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: Meaning of ha Levi and significance to Rabbinic research #rabbinic

Jeff Miller
 

On 2006.08.01, I wrote

My question is, What is the meaning of "ha Levi" and what if any is
its significance to Rabbinic research?
Thank you everyone who responded to my question. You are indeed very
generous. I have gotten a vastly better understanding of Jewish
history and the possibilities for pursuing research into my various
family lines.

Jeff Miller
Washington DC/Maryland suburbs


Re: WINKLER family #rabbinic

Tomer Brunner
 

On 2006.08.01, Chaim Freedman <chaimjan@zahav.net.il> wrote:

There was a WINKLER family which was of rabbinic ancestry and my
interest stems >from my research for the genealogy advisory committee
of Davidic Dynasty.
I know of 2 Hungarian Rabbis with this surname, but I have no
details about their ancestry.

1) Rabbi Mordeachai Yehuda WINKLER.
He was born around 1844 in Slovakia to his parents Naftali and Leah.
Later he became rabbi of some communities, the last was Mad,
Hungary.

Many details about him can be found in the book "Temunat HaGedolim"
by Avigdor Katzburg (published in Hungary, 1925, while Rabbi Winkler
was still alive).

2) Rabbi Moshe WINKLER of Martinsberg.

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Tomer Brunner, Israel


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic RE: WINKLER family #rabbinic

Tomer Brunner
 

On 2006.08.01, Chaim Freedman <chaimjan@zahav.net.il> wrote:

There was a WINKLER family which was of rabbinic ancestry and my
interest stems >from my research for the genealogy advisory committee
of Davidic Dynasty.
I know of 2 Hungarian Rabbis with this surname, but I have no
details about their ancestry.

1) Rabbi Mordeachai Yehuda WINKLER.
He was born around 1844 in Slovakia to his parents Naftali and Leah.
Later he became rabbi of some communities, the last was Mad,
Hungary.

Many details about him can be found in the book "Temunat HaGedolim"
by Avigdor Katzburg (published in Hungary, 1925, while Rabbi Winkler
was still alive).

2) Rabbi Moshe WINKLER of Martinsberg.

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Tomer Brunner, Israel


Yiddish Theatre Alliance society plot #yiddish

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings all,

Just to let everyone know that some time ago I photographed every gravestone
for the two (yes, two) Yiddish Theatre Alliance society plots at Mt. Hebron
(also the society gates/posts.)
I will probably be including photos of these stones on my website in my
museum's Yiddish section in the near future. If someone would supply me with
a list of the people buried there whose matzevot they think should be
included on my web page, please let me know.

Regards,
Steve Lasky
New York
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Yiddish Theatre Alliance society plot #yiddish

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings all,

Just to let everyone know that some time ago I photographed every gravestone
for the two (yes, two) Yiddish Theatre Alliance society plots at Mt. Hebron
(also the society gates/posts.)
I will probably be including photos of these stones on my website in my
museum's Yiddish section in the near future. If someone would supply me with
a list of the people buried there whose matzevot they think should be
included on my web page, please let me know.

Regards,
Steve Lasky
New York
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Searching Family of Mr. & Mrs. Ellis GINSBURG, Laurel, MS and Jeannette #general

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

There was a previous post with the same subject about this family, i.e.,

“There have been some Bar Mitzvah documents, including pictures, found that
include a Bar Mitzvah certificate for Henry Martin GINSBURG, the son of
Ellis or Elias GINSBURG.”

We now know, after receiving the pictures that this was a Confirmation
Certificate and not a Bar Mitzvah.

Included in the posted message was, “the pictures will be posted on Viewmate
at a later date, using the same subject. ” . . .

The pictures have been received and some are now on Viewmate. Please view
those posted at http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/index.asp Files Nos.
VM8262, VM8264 and VM8265.

If you know how to contact the descendants or friends of these families,
please contact me privately. The person who found them is very interested in
returning all memorabilia to the Ginsburg family.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Rachelle Berliner
Savannah, GA
rlberliner@comcast.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching Family of Mr. & Mrs. Ellis GINSBURG, Laurel, MS and Jeannette #general

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

There was a previous post with the same subject about this family, i.e.,

“There have been some Bar Mitzvah documents, including pictures, found that
include a Bar Mitzvah certificate for Henry Martin GINSBURG, the son of
Ellis or Elias GINSBURG.”

We now know, after receiving the pictures that this was a Confirmation
Certificate and not a Bar Mitzvah.

Included in the posted message was, “the pictures will be posted on Viewmate
at a later date, using the same subject. ” . . .

The pictures have been received and some are now on Viewmate. Please view
those posted at http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/index.asp Files Nos.
VM8262, VM8264 and VM8265.

If you know how to contact the descendants or friends of these families,
please contact me privately. The person who found them is very interested in
returning all memorabilia to the Ginsburg family.

Thank you in advance for your help.

Rachelle Berliner
Savannah, GA
rlberliner@comcast.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Finding my BREITENFELD family after 60 years #general

Joseph Breitenfeld <joesax@...>
 

Subject: Finding my BREITENFELD family after 60 years

Dear Readers;

My name is Joseph Breitenfeld >from Australia and I would like
officially to thank Celia Male for the wonderful work and help she
has given to many of us on the Jewishgen site and on the
Austria-Czech SIG.

If it were not for Celia I would never have found my long-lost family
from Vienna. The result of this finding, is that in seven days I will
meet my brother and sister for the first time ever in Frankfurt.

Celia, you're an Angel.

Joe Breitenfeld


Finding my BREITENFELD family after 60 years #general

Joseph Breitenfeld <joesax@...>
 

Subject: Finding my BREITENFELD family after 60 years

Dear Readers;

My name is Joseph Breitenfeld >from Australia and I would like
officially to thank Celia Male for the wonderful work and help she
has given to many of us on the Jewishgen site and on the
Austria-Czech SIG.

If it were not for Celia I would never have found my long-lost family
from Vienna. The result of this finding, is that in seven days I will
meet my brother and sister for the first time ever in Frankfurt.

Celia, you're an Angel.

Joe Breitenfeld


Gravesite Photos Plotzker Section Ny Mt Zion Cemetery #general

Joan Parker <joanparker@...>
 

I have some pictures, listed below, >from Mt Zion, NY I will be happy to
email to you *at no charge*. There is a lso a picture of the Plotzker Gate
erected in 1906 with *all* the leadership names inscribed. The on-line
database list of names is too long to send, but if you want I will email it
to you as an attachment. Due to a database glitch many death dates show the
first of the month.

BERMAN, Rachel 3R 1/1/1932
BLOCK, Blume 3R 6/1/1900 *** partially behind Rose Goldstein
BORNSTEIN, Esther 3R 5/1/1939 there is another Bornstein stone but
badly weathered-unreadable
DOMB, Dora 3R 11/1/1919
FRIEDMAN, Gussie 3R 11/1/1923
GOLDBERG, David Meyer 175-3R 12/11/1935
GOLDBERG, Leo 175-3R 8/1/1910
GOLDBERG, Rebecca 175-3R 12/23/1943
GOLDMAN, Charles 3R 5/1/1940
GOLDSTEIN, Dora 3R 10/1/1966
GOLDSTEIN, Joseph 3R 4/1/1975
GOLDSTEIN, Rose 175-3R- 3 4/8/1917
GOODSTEIN, Rachel 7/26/1915
GOODSTEIN, Simon 9/27/13
GROSS, Morris 3R 7/1/1946
GROSS, Sarah 3R 9/1/1964
HEYMAN, Samuel 3R 2/1/1927 *** partially behind Jacob Perek
KAUFMAN, Esther 175-3R 9/19/1938
KAUFMAN, Frances 175-3R 1/11/1983 *** shown only as Frances, but date
matches
KAUFMAN, Sam 175-3R 10/12/1928
LEVENTHAL, Allen 175-3R 8/31/1958 *** wife of Jean
LEVINE, Becky 3R 7/1/1957
LEVINE, Morris 3R 6/1/1967
MAKOWER, Eve 3R 8/8/1916
MASS, Jacob 3R 12/15/1937
MASS, Riva 3R 12/1/1914 *** partially in the background of Martha Roberts
MIOLLA, Blanche Susan 000-175-3R-0000 12/5/1969 *** just the name Blanche
Susan
PEREK, Jacob 3R 4/29/1937 *** behind this stone is a partial Samuel Heyman
RADGIFF *** Stone marker with only the name
ROBERTS, Martha 3R 6/11/1918
STURMAN, Cecely 175-3R 11/25/1977
STURMAN, Jacob N. 175-3R- 2 6/8/1937
STURMAN, Lillian 175-3R- 10 12/26/1954
WEINOUMAN, Bessie 175-3R-8 3/18/1919
WOLF, Flora 175-3R-6W 5/10/1918
WOLLMAN, Amelia 175-3R-02 1/19/1917
ZALKA, Anna 175-3R-4 10/12/1917

Joanie

Joan Parker, Immediate Past President
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.
joanparker@intergate.com
Searching: GOLDBERG, GOODSTEIN, BERGER-Plock, Poland/Russia; Bronx and
Brooklyn, NY;
PINKUS, WINOGRAD, ROSEN-Brest, Litovsk; Grodno, Russia; Bronx and Brooklyn,
NY;
WEISS-Brooklyn, NY; NEIBERG-Brooklyn, NY; DEL PINO-Brooklyn, NY;
KATZ, GELFAND-Minsk, Belarus; Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami Beach, FL.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Gravesite Photos Plotzker Section Ny Mt Zion Cemetery #general

Joan Parker <joanparker@...>
 

I have some pictures, listed below, >from Mt Zion, NY I will be happy to
email to you *at no charge*. There is a lso a picture of the Plotzker Gate
erected in 1906 with *all* the leadership names inscribed. The on-line
database list of names is too long to send, but if you want I will email it
to you as an attachment. Due to a database glitch many death dates show the
first of the month.

BERMAN, Rachel 3R 1/1/1932
BLOCK, Blume 3R 6/1/1900 *** partially behind Rose Goldstein
BORNSTEIN, Esther 3R 5/1/1939 there is another Bornstein stone but
badly weathered-unreadable
DOMB, Dora 3R 11/1/1919
FRIEDMAN, Gussie 3R 11/1/1923
GOLDBERG, David Meyer 175-3R 12/11/1935
GOLDBERG, Leo 175-3R 8/1/1910
GOLDBERG, Rebecca 175-3R 12/23/1943
GOLDMAN, Charles 3R 5/1/1940
GOLDSTEIN, Dora 3R 10/1/1966
GOLDSTEIN, Joseph 3R 4/1/1975
GOLDSTEIN, Rose 175-3R- 3 4/8/1917
GOODSTEIN, Rachel 7/26/1915
GOODSTEIN, Simon 9/27/13
GROSS, Morris 3R 7/1/1946
GROSS, Sarah 3R 9/1/1964
HEYMAN, Samuel 3R 2/1/1927 *** partially behind Jacob Perek
KAUFMAN, Esther 175-3R 9/19/1938
KAUFMAN, Frances 175-3R 1/11/1983 *** shown only as Frances, but date
matches
KAUFMAN, Sam 175-3R 10/12/1928
LEVENTHAL, Allen 175-3R 8/31/1958 *** wife of Jean
LEVINE, Becky 3R 7/1/1957
LEVINE, Morris 3R 6/1/1967
MAKOWER, Eve 3R 8/8/1916
MASS, Jacob 3R 12/15/1937
MASS, Riva 3R 12/1/1914 *** partially in the background of Martha Roberts
MIOLLA, Blanche Susan 000-175-3R-0000 12/5/1969 *** just the name Blanche
Susan
PEREK, Jacob 3R 4/29/1937 *** behind this stone is a partial Samuel Heyman
RADGIFF *** Stone marker with only the name
ROBERTS, Martha 3R 6/11/1918
STURMAN, Cecely 175-3R 11/25/1977
STURMAN, Jacob N. 175-3R- 2 6/8/1937
STURMAN, Lillian 175-3R- 10 12/26/1954
WEINOUMAN, Bessie 175-3R-8 3/18/1919
WOLF, Flora 175-3R-6W 5/10/1918
WOLLMAN, Amelia 175-3R-02 1/19/1917
ZALKA, Anna 175-3R-4 10/12/1917

Joanie

Joan Parker, Immediate Past President
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.
joanparker@intergate.com
Searching: GOLDBERG, GOODSTEIN, BERGER-Plock, Poland/Russia; Bronx and
Brooklyn, NY;
PINKUS, WINOGRAD, ROSEN-Brest, Litovsk; Grodno, Russia; Bronx and Brooklyn,
NY;
WEISS-Brooklyn, NY; NEIBERG-Brooklyn, NY; DEL PINO-Brooklyn, NY;
KATZ, GELFAND-Minsk, Belarus; Bronx, NY, Miami and Miami Beach, FL.