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Mt. Zion Cemetery database #belarus

Marlene Bishow
 

On Tue, 27 Jun 2006, <gfloam@netrax.net> wrote

Thank you for this information! Using the database, I found the
gravesites
of my grandmother, her brother and his wife. The latter two were in a
plot
called "Slutzker". All I had ever heard was that my grandparents were
from
"Minsk Gubernia". Where was Slutzk in relation to Minsk? My grandmother
was in a plot called "Epstein". Does anyone know what this might refer
to?

Hi Judy:

What a great addition the Mt. Zion website is!

Six of my great grandparents are buried in Mt. Zion. For one great
grandmother, the burial society is all that I know about her, but I did find
other society members with her unusual last name, so I am hopeful. At least
it is a place to start.

Just a word of advice regarding the burial society. You should not assume
that your ancestors were >from Slutzk, just because they were buried in that
plot. It could be that they were >from there, but not necessarily so. You
will need to find additional confirmation, but this is a start. You might
want to check out the landsmanshaft files at YIVO to see if there is a
history on either or both societies. Look for members of your family as
founders or officers of the society and check out the history of the
society, if that information is available. If you are going to the
conference in NYC, that would be a good place for a side trip.

I would also suggest that you look for a marriage license for the brother
and his wife - hopefully they were married in NYC, so again, this is a good
thing to do at the conference, but you might also check out the groom's
index, which you can access >from Steve Morse's site. Marriage licesnse data
might tell you more about where they were from.

Good luck!
Marlene Bishow
President
Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington


records for people leaving America to return to Europe? #belarus

BatSheva Goldstein <batsheva@...>
 

Are there records of people leaving America returning to Europe?
I searched Ellis Island and found 2 very plausible matches for my
great-great grandfather. They both have very close permutations of both his
first and last name, the correct town in Poland, the correct destination in
America, same birthdate, one has his wife's name, one has his son's name.

I have a slight hunch that he entered NY by himself, returned to Europe, and
re-entered with his son nearly 12 years later.

Are there any databases that I can search of records of people leaving
America to confirm my suspicions?

Anyone have any other suggestions as to how I can pick the correct ancestor?
Thanks in advance,
BatSheva Goldstein
Efrat, Israel

Researching: FAIVESHEVITZ/FAJBISZEWICZ (later changed to FISHER)from
Kartuz-Bereza


Mt. Zion Cemetery database, revisited #galicia

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings all,

It seems that the data entered into the Mt. Zion searchable database was
taken >from the computer they use in the office to locate burials. There were
periods of time (could have been decades ago) when burials were being
inputted into their computers and for some unknown reason (perhaps haste)
were inputted without the full dates of death (please note that these dates
are actually burial dates--they know they have to change this, but remember
the site just went up the other day and the kinks need to be worked out).
The person at the time who inputted the burial information used the number 1
to indicate the day of death. Little by little, the cemetery will be
inputting the correct days of death/burial, so be patient. Also the "Block"
field does no good for now. It really should be Gate No., as we really know
how to locate a society by path and gate numbers. Hopefully, this will be
corrected soon too. Please give them time to work out the kinks. Ideally,
one should be able to place the correct path number and gate number into the
search fields. This will hopefully happen soon, but realize all this will
not happen overnight.

Also, if you happen to notice that the given name or surname in their
database is different than what you know it to be, they will only be able to
change it if you show them a copy of their death certificate and it
indicates the name you want it changed to. They normally check three of
their in-office sources to see if there is a discrepancy in the names, but
if in all three sources the name is the same as what's already in their
database, it stays that way until they see the death certificate.

Rest assured that I will keep you up-to-date on any changes that might occur
with their database, so stay tuned. The people in the Mt. Zion cemetery
office are very nice and helpful and will do whatever they can to help all
of us.

By the way, Mt. Zion still will take gravestone photos for a fee. You can
see their policy on my cemetery directory page at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/cp-directory.htm . Note that on the same page
I now have contact info for the Silver Lake and Mt. Richmond Cemeteries
which are under the aegis of the Hebrew Free Burial Association.

Regards,
Steve Lasky
New York
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus Mt. Zion Cemetery database #belarus

Marlene Bishow
 

On Tue, 27 Jun 2006, <gfloam@netrax.net> wrote

Thank you for this information! Using the database, I found the
gravesites
of my grandmother, her brother and his wife. The latter two were in a
plot
called "Slutzker". All I had ever heard was that my grandparents were
from
"Minsk Gubernia". Where was Slutzk in relation to Minsk? My grandmother
was in a plot called "Epstein". Does anyone know what this might refer
to?

Hi Judy:

What a great addition the Mt. Zion website is!

Six of my great grandparents are buried in Mt. Zion. For one great
grandmother, the burial society is all that I know about her, but I did find
other society members with her unusual last name, so I am hopeful. At least
it is a place to start.

Just a word of advice regarding the burial society. You should not assume
that your ancestors were >from Slutzk, just because they were buried in that
plot. It could be that they were >from there, but not necessarily so. You
will need to find additional confirmation, but this is a start. You might
want to check out the landsmanshaft files at YIVO to see if there is a
history on either or both societies. Look for members of your family as
founders or officers of the society and check out the history of the
society, if that information is available. If you are going to the
conference in NYC, that would be a good place for a side trip.

I would also suggest that you look for a marriage license for the brother
and his wife - hopefully they were married in NYC, so again, this is a good
thing to do at the conference, but you might also check out the groom's
index, which you can access >from Steve Morse's site. Marriage licesnse data
might tell you more about where they were from.

Good luck!
Marlene Bishow
President
Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington


Belarus SIG #Belarus records for people leaving America to return to Europe? #belarus

BatSheva Goldstein <batsheva@...>
 

Are there records of people leaving America returning to Europe?
I searched Ellis Island and found 2 very plausible matches for my
great-great grandfather. They both have very close permutations of both his
first and last name, the correct town in Poland, the correct destination in
America, same birthdate, one has his wife's name, one has his son's name.

I have a slight hunch that he entered NY by himself, returned to Europe, and
re-entered with his son nearly 12 years later.

Are there any databases that I can search of records of people leaving
America to confirm my suspicions?

Anyone have any other suggestions as to how I can pick the correct ancestor?
Thanks in advance,
BatSheva Goldstein
Efrat, Israel

Researching: FAIVESHEVITZ/FAJBISZEWICZ (later changed to FISHER)from
Kartuz-Bereza


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Mt. Zion Cemetery database, revisited #galicia

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings all,

It seems that the data entered into the Mt. Zion searchable database was
taken >from the computer they use in the office to locate burials. There were
periods of time (could have been decades ago) when burials were being
inputted into their computers and for some unknown reason (perhaps haste)
were inputted without the full dates of death (please note that these dates
are actually burial dates--they know they have to change this, but remember
the site just went up the other day and the kinks need to be worked out).
The person at the time who inputted the burial information used the number 1
to indicate the day of death. Little by little, the cemetery will be
inputting the correct days of death/burial, so be patient. Also the "Block"
field does no good for now. It really should be Gate No., as we really know
how to locate a society by path and gate numbers. Hopefully, this will be
corrected soon too. Please give them time to work out the kinks. Ideally,
one should be able to place the correct path number and gate number into the
search fields. This will hopefully happen soon, but realize all this will
not happen overnight.

Also, if you happen to notice that the given name or surname in their
database is different than what you know it to be, they will only be able to
change it if you show them a copy of their death certificate and it
indicates the name you want it changed to. They normally check three of
their in-office sources to see if there is a discrepancy in the names, but
if in all three sources the name is the same as what's already in their
database, it stays that way until they see the death certificate.

Rest assured that I will keep you up-to-date on any changes that might occur
with their database, so stay tuned. The people in the Mt. Zion cemetery
office are very nice and helpful and will do whatever they can to help all
of us.

By the way, Mt. Zion still will take gravestone photos for a fee. You can
see their policy on my cemetery directory page at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/cp-directory.htm . Note that on the same page
I now have contact info for the Silver Lake and Mt. Richmond Cemeteries
which are under the aegis of the Hebrew Free Burial Association.

Regards,
Steve Lasky
New York
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Mt. Zion Cemetery database, revisited #belarus

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings all,

It seems that the data entered into the Mt. Zion searchable database was
taken >from the computer they use in the office to locate burials. There were
periods of time (could have been decades ago) when burials were being
inputted into their computers and for some unknown reason (perhaps haste)
were inputted without the full dates of death (please note that these dates
are actually burial dates--they know they have to change this, but remember
the site just went up the other day and the kinks need to be worked out).
The person at the time who inputted the burial information used the number 1
to indicate the day of death. Little by little, the cemetery will be
inputting the correct days of death/burial, so be patient. Also the "Block"
field does no good for now. It really should be Gate No., as we really know
how to locate a society by path and gate numbers. Hopefully, this will be
corrected soon too. Please give them time to work out the kinks. Ideally,
one should be able to place the correct path number and gate number into the
search fields. This will hopefully happen soon, but realize all this will
not happen overnight.

Also, if you happen to notice that the given name or surname in their
database is different than what you know it to be, they will only be able to
change it if you show them a copy of their death certificate and it
indicates the name you want it changed to. They normally check three of
their in-office sources to see if there is a discrepancy in the names, but
if in all three sources the name is the same as what's already in their
database, it stays that way until they see the death certificate.

Rest assured that I will keep you up-to-date on any changes that might occur
with their database, so stay tuned. The people in the Mt. Zion cemetery
office are very nice and helpful and will do whatever they can to help all
of us.

By the way, Mt. Zion still will take gravestone photos for a fee. You can
see their policy on my cemetery directory page at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/cp-directory.htm . Note that on the same page
I now have contact info for the Silver Lake and Mt. Richmond Cemeteries
which are under the aegis of the Hebrew Free Burial Association.

Regards,
Steve Lasky
New York
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus Mt. Zion Cemetery database, revisited #belarus

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings all,

It seems that the data entered into the Mt. Zion searchable database was
taken >from the computer they use in the office to locate burials. There were
periods of time (could have been decades ago) when burials were being
inputted into their computers and for some unknown reason (perhaps haste)
were inputted without the full dates of death (please note that these dates
are actually burial dates--they know they have to change this, but remember
the site just went up the other day and the kinks need to be worked out).
The person at the time who inputted the burial information used the number 1
to indicate the day of death. Little by little, the cemetery will be
inputting the correct days of death/burial, so be patient. Also the "Block"
field does no good for now. It really should be Gate No., as we really know
how to locate a society by path and gate numbers. Hopefully, this will be
corrected soon too. Please give them time to work out the kinks. Ideally,
one should be able to place the correct path number and gate number into the
search fields. This will hopefully happen soon, but realize all this will
not happen overnight.

Also, if you happen to notice that the given name or surname in their
database is different than what you know it to be, they will only be able to
change it if you show them a copy of their death certificate and it
indicates the name you want it changed to. They normally check three of
their in-office sources to see if there is a discrepancy in the names, but
if in all three sources the name is the same as what's already in their
database, it stays that way until they see the death certificate.

Rest assured that I will keep you up-to-date on any changes that might occur
with their database, so stay tuned. The people in the Mt. Zion cemetery
office are very nice and helpful and will do whatever they can to help all
of us.

By the way, Mt. Zion still will take gravestone photos for a fee. You can
see their policy on my cemetery directory page at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/cp-directory.htm . Note that on the same page
I now have contact info for the Silver Lake and Mt. Richmond Cemeteries
which are under the aegis of the Hebrew Free Burial Association.

Regards,
Steve Lasky
New York
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Sunderland marriage records #unitedkingdom

Lois Kaufman <lois@...>
 

I have just discovered the marriage of my g-grandfather's brother in the
JCR-UK database: Joseph Baker married Annie Smith at Moor Street Synagogue,
Sunderland on 1 Mar 1899. Please can some kind person tell me if Charles
Tucker at the London Beth Din would hold the authorisation document for this
marriage, or whether it would be held locally, and if so who I should contact.

Thanks and regards,
Lois Kaufman


Lazasfeld #unitedkingdom

Ann Jensen <annjen@...>
 

I have just found that a Katherine Lazasfeld (sic) Warner who died in
England was the widow of my ancestor Ernst Lazarsfeld a flour mill owner who
lived in England around 1850. I don't know whether Ernst took the surname
Warner along with his children. I don't know whether the flour mill was in
England or Teplitz in Bohemia where they came from. They all seemed to have
businesses that took them here and there.. I wonder if anyone can suggest
how I might trace this flour mill business.

Ann Jensen
Lazarsfeld-Warner, Hnilicek-Warner, Von Gerlach, Pinsenstein, Frohnsdorff,
all Bohemia.


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Sunderland marriage records #unitedkingdom

Lois Kaufman <lois@...>
 

I have just discovered the marriage of my g-grandfather's brother in the
JCR-UK database: Joseph Baker married Annie Smith at Moor Street Synagogue,
Sunderland on 1 Mar 1899. Please can some kind person tell me if Charles
Tucker at the London Beth Din would hold the authorisation document for this
marriage, or whether it would be held locally, and if so who I should contact.

Thanks and regards,
Lois Kaufman


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Lazasfeld #unitedkingdom

Ann Jensen <annjen@...>
 

I have just found that a Katherine Lazasfeld (sic) Warner who died in
England was the widow of my ancestor Ernst Lazarsfeld a flour mill owner who
lived in England around 1850. I don't know whether Ernst took the surname
Warner along with his children. I don't know whether the flour mill was in
England or Teplitz in Bohemia where they came from. They all seemed to have
businesses that took them here and there.. I wonder if anyone can suggest
how I might trace this flour mill business.

Ann Jensen
Lazarsfeld-Warner, Hnilicek-Warner, Von Gerlach, Pinsenstein, Frohnsdorff,
all Bohemia.


Project Completed to Protect the Bialystok Cemetery #poland

Bialystoker
 

A highly symbolic project has recently been completed in
Bialystok.

There is only one remaining Jewish Cemetery in Bialystok
that still has above ground remnants of its past existence.
Over the years since the end of World War II, it has been
ravaged by thievery, vandalism, neglect, and the
indifference of the local authorities. The Wschodnia Street
Jewish Cemetery is now a public park.

This Cemetery will be returned to Jewish ownership under
Polish laws that regulate the process of restitution of
former Jewish communal properties. Recently, an important
symbolic step was taken with the closing of an entry way
into the Cemetery on its eastern wall. Hopefully, this small
step is a foundation for the future when our sacred burial
place will be secured >from the uncaring people who now use
the Cemetery for dumping of garbage and for parties, and
steal Matzevot for construction materials.

For the last decade, Lucja Lisowska, a wonderful Bialystok
resident with Jewish roots, has taken on the role of
unofficial caretaker for our Cemetery. She has worked with
the City of Bialystok, the Jewish Communities of Poland, and
the Foundation for Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland
to clean up, secure, and maintain the Cemetery.

For more information about the Cemeteries of Bialystok, see
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/BialCem.htm.

For information and photos of this project, see
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/BialCemWall.htm.

If you are interested in this Cemetery, please contact me
privately.

Mark Halpern


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Project Completed to Protect the Bialystok Cemetery #poland

Bialystoker
 

A highly symbolic project has recently been completed in
Bialystok.

There is only one remaining Jewish Cemetery in Bialystok
that still has above ground remnants of its past existence.
Over the years since the end of World War II, it has been
ravaged by thievery, vandalism, neglect, and the
indifference of the local authorities. The Wschodnia Street
Jewish Cemetery is now a public park.

This Cemetery will be returned to Jewish ownership under
Polish laws that regulate the process of restitution of
former Jewish communal properties. Recently, an important
symbolic step was taken with the closing of an entry way
into the Cemetery on its eastern wall. Hopefully, this small
step is a foundation for the future when our sacred burial
place will be secured >from the uncaring people who now use
the Cemetery for dumping of garbage and for parties, and
steal Matzevot for construction materials.

For the last decade, Lucja Lisowska, a wonderful Bialystok
resident with Jewish roots, has taken on the role of
unofficial caretaker for our Cemetery. She has worked with
the City of Bialystok, the Jewish Communities of Poland, and
the Foundation for Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland
to clean up, secure, and maintain the Cemetery.

For more information about the Cemeteries of Bialystok, see
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/BialCem.htm.

For information and photos of this project, see
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/BialCemWall.htm.

If you are interested in this Cemetery, please contact me
privately.

Mark Halpern


Itz Chaim Mazika Hurav at Mt. Zion Cemetery #lithuania

Ada Green
 

On Tue, 27 Jun 2006 09:05:57 -0400 Gerry Powers Volper wrote re Itz Chaim
Mazika Hurav at Mt. Zion Cemetery in Maspeth, Queens, NY (Path MR Left,
Gate 13):

> I believe Mazika is a town or shtetl in Lithuania.

While there is a town in Lithuania (Telsiai district) called Mazeikiai, Itz
Chaim Mazika Hurav may not necessarily be a burial society for that
town. "Mazika" may be a corrupted transliteration of "Machzikei" meaning
"Supporters". Itz Chaim is a corrupted transliteration of "Etz Chaim",
meaning "Tree of Life"; "Hurav" may be a corrupted transliteration of
"HaRav", meaning "the Rabbi". Thus Itz Chaim Mazika Hurav may literally
mean, "Tree of Life, Supporters of the Rabbi".

Please see http://home.att.net/landsmanshaft/translations.htm for
translations of common Hebrew and Yiddish words used in landsmanshaftn and
burial society names.

I just want to be sure that you don't "spin your wheels" researching your
grandparents in the wrong town. If standard US genealogical sources
(naturalizations, passenger ship records, etc.) do not indicate what town
your grandparents were from, you should compare all the *unique* surnames
listed in the Mt. Zion online interment database for Itz Chaim Mazika Hurav
with Lithuanian archival records for Mazeikiai in the All Lithuania
Database (or those that you can acquire as a qualifying donor to the
LitvakSIG Telsiai District Research Group). Only then you will have a
better knowledge as to whether that burial society is indeed for Mazeikiai,
Lithuania.

If you discover *positive* proof it's the case, please let me know so that
I can add the town name for that society in the JGSNY database "Burial
Societies in the New York Metro Area" at
http://www.jgsny.org/searchcity.htm. But even then it will not necessarily
mean that your grandparents were >from Mazeikiai unless US and/or Lithuanian
records back it up. One did not have to be >from the town in order to be
buried in the landsmanshaft plot for that town.

Ada Green
New York, NY
adagreen@att.net


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Itz Chaim Mazika Hurav at Mt. Zion Cemetery #lithuania

Ada Green
 

On Tue, 27 Jun 2006 09:05:57 -0400 Gerry Powers Volper wrote re Itz Chaim
Mazika Hurav at Mt. Zion Cemetery in Maspeth, Queens, NY (Path MR Left,
Gate 13):

> I believe Mazika is a town or shtetl in Lithuania.

While there is a town in Lithuania (Telsiai district) called Mazeikiai, Itz
Chaim Mazika Hurav may not necessarily be a burial society for that
town. "Mazika" may be a corrupted transliteration of "Machzikei" meaning
"Supporters". Itz Chaim is a corrupted transliteration of "Etz Chaim",
meaning "Tree of Life"; "Hurav" may be a corrupted transliteration of
"HaRav", meaning "the Rabbi". Thus Itz Chaim Mazika Hurav may literally
mean, "Tree of Life, Supporters of the Rabbi".

Please see http://home.att.net/landsmanshaft/translations.htm for
translations of common Hebrew and Yiddish words used in landsmanshaftn and
burial society names.

I just want to be sure that you don't "spin your wheels" researching your
grandparents in the wrong town. If standard US genealogical sources
(naturalizations, passenger ship records, etc.) do not indicate what town
your grandparents were from, you should compare all the *unique* surnames
listed in the Mt. Zion online interment database for Itz Chaim Mazika Hurav
with Lithuanian archival records for Mazeikiai in the All Lithuania
Database (or those that you can acquire as a qualifying donor to the
LitvakSIG Telsiai District Research Group). Only then you will have a
better knowledge as to whether that burial society is indeed for Mazeikiai,
Lithuania.

If you discover *positive* proof it's the case, please let me know so that
I can add the town name for that society in the JGSNY database "Burial
Societies in the New York Metro Area" at
http://www.jgsny.org/searchcity.htm. But even then it will not necessarily
mean that your grandparents were >from Mazeikiai unless US and/or Lithuanian
records back it up. One did not have to be >from the town in order to be
buried in the landsmanshaft plot for that town.

Ada Green
New York, NY
adagreen@att.net


Mt. Zion Cemetery database, revisited #lithuania

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings all,

It seems that the data entered into the Mt. Zion searchable database was
taken >from the computer they use in the office to locate burials. There were
periods of time (could have been decades ago) when burials were being
inputted into their computers and for some unknown reason (perhaps haste)
were inputted without the full dates of death (please note that these dates
are actually burial dates--they know they have to change this, but remember
the site just went up the other day and the kinks need to be worked out).
The person at the time who inputted the burial information used the number 1
to indicate the day of death. Little by little, the cemetery will be
inputting the correct days of death/burial, so be patient. Also the "Block"
field does no good for now. It really should be Gate No., as we really know
how to locate a society by path and gate numbers. Hopefully, this will be
corrected soon too. Please give them time to work out the kinks. Ideally,
one should be able to place the correct path number and gate number into the
search fields. This will hopefully happen soon, but realize all this will
not happen overnight.

Also, if you happen to notice that the given name or surname in their
database is different than what you know it to be, they will only be able to
change it if you show them a copy of their death certificate and it
indicates the name you want it changed to. They normally check three of
their in-office sources to see if there is a discrepancy in the names, but
if in all three sources the name is the same as what's already in their
database, it stays that way until they see the death certificate.

Rest assured that I will keep you up-to-date on any changes that might occur
with their database, so stay tuned. The people in the Mt. Zion cemetery
office are very nice and helpful and will do whatever they can to help all
of us.

By the way, Mt. Zion still will take gravestone photos for a fee. You can
see their policy on my cemetery directory page at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/cp-directory.htm . Note that on the same page
I now have contact info for the Silver Lake and Mt. Richmond Cemeteries
which are under the aegis of the Hebrew Free Burial Association.

Regards,
Steve Lasky
New York
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Mt. Zion Cemetery database, revisited #lithuania

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings all,

It seems that the data entered into the Mt. Zion searchable database was
taken >from the computer they use in the office to locate burials. There were
periods of time (could have been decades ago) when burials were being
inputted into their computers and for some unknown reason (perhaps haste)
were inputted without the full dates of death (please note that these dates
are actually burial dates--they know they have to change this, but remember
the site just went up the other day and the kinks need to be worked out).
The person at the time who inputted the burial information used the number 1
to indicate the day of death. Little by little, the cemetery will be
inputting the correct days of death/burial, so be patient. Also the "Block"
field does no good for now. It really should be Gate No., as we really know
how to locate a society by path and gate numbers. Hopefully, this will be
corrected soon too. Please give them time to work out the kinks. Ideally,
one should be able to place the correct path number and gate number into the
search fields. This will hopefully happen soon, but realize all this will
not happen overnight.

Also, if you happen to notice that the given name or surname in their
database is different than what you know it to be, they will only be able to
change it if you show them a copy of their death certificate and it
indicates the name you want it changed to. They normally check three of
their in-office sources to see if there is a discrepancy in the names, but
if in all three sources the name is the same as what's already in their
database, it stays that way until they see the death certificate.

Rest assured that I will keep you up-to-date on any changes that might occur
with their database, so stay tuned. The people in the Mt. Zion cemetery
office are very nice and helpful and will do whatever they can to help all
of us.

By the way, Mt. Zion still will take gravestone photos for a fee. You can
see their policy on my cemetery directory page at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/cp-directory.htm . Note that on the same page
I now have contact info for the Silver Lake and Mt. Richmond Cemeteries
which are under the aegis of the Hebrew Free Burial Association.

Regards,
Steve Lasky
New York
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Records from Szczebrzeszyn: BROFENBRENER #poland

Tamar Amit <tamar.amit@...>
 

Dear Fellow Researchers:

I would be very grateful if someone would take a look at the following records.
They are posted on ViewMate with the following details:

Death registration >from 1843 Szczebrzeszyn of BREFENBRENER Dobra - VM8104
Direct link: http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8104

Birth registration >from 1843 Szczebrzeszyn of BROFENBRENER Herszko - VM8105
Direct link: http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8105

Birth registration >from 1840 Szczebrzeszyn of BROFENBRENER Moszko - VM8106
Direct link: http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8106

Birth registration >from 1863 Szczebrzeszyn BROFENBRENER Wolf - VM8107
Direct link: http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8107

I would like to know the details in the record especially names and
places (as well as exact dates), but I would also like to obtain
additional details.
Any help is appreciated.

I can provide a higher resolution image if helpful.

Kindly reply to me privately at tamar.amit@gmail.com . Thank you.

Tamar Amit,
Givatayim Israel.

Researching:
BECKER - Tuchola and Gdansk, Prussia;
BRONFENBRENER, GEWIRCMAN, ROJBOIM, RESENBERG, WAGNER - Lublin area, Poland
APT, GOTTLIEB - Hesse, Germany


JRI Poland #Poland Records from Szczebrzeszyn: BROFENBRENER #poland

Tamar Amit <tamar.amit@...>
 

Dear Fellow Researchers:

I would be very grateful if someone would take a look at the following records.
They are posted on ViewMate with the following details:

Death registration >from 1843 Szczebrzeszyn of BREFENBRENER Dobra - VM8104
Direct link: http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8104

Birth registration >from 1843 Szczebrzeszyn of BROFENBRENER Herszko - VM8105
Direct link: http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8105

Birth registration >from 1840 Szczebrzeszyn of BROFENBRENER Moszko - VM8106
Direct link: http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8106

Birth registration >from 1863 Szczebrzeszyn BROFENBRENER Wolf - VM8107
Direct link: http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=8107

I would like to know the details in the record especially names and
places (as well as exact dates), but I would also like to obtain
additional details.
Any help is appreciated.

I can provide a higher resolution image if helpful.

Kindly reply to me privately at tamar.amit@gmail.com . Thank you.

Tamar Amit,
Givatayim Israel.

Researching:
BECKER - Tuchola and Gdansk, Prussia;
BRONFENBRENER, GEWIRCMAN, ROJBOIM, RESENBERG, WAGNER - Lublin area, Poland
APT, GOTTLIEB - Hesse, Germany