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Breslau Address Book 1843 #general

mavlin@...
 

I was wondering if anyone had a copy of the Breslauer Adreßbuch
1843(Breslau Address Book 1843) which is shown as being available on the
site below.
http://www.breslau-wroclaw.de/de/breslau/source/ab_cd/

regards
Murray Victor
New Zealand


Los Angeles death records #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Is there any way for me to get atthe death records >from Los Angeles
>from 1992? >from the California death index I see a man named Joseph
COHN born 04/02/1904 and died 05/25/1992. I am certain he is a
relative but I can not find an obit in the Los Angeles Times. I would
love to know if he was married; did he have any children and where was
he buried?

Any one have any ideas how I can get definative information on this
individual?

Thank you.

Allan Jordan
aejordan@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Breslau Address Book 1843 #general

mavlin@...
 

I was wondering if anyone had a copy of the Breslauer Adreßbuch
1843(Breslau Address Book 1843) which is shown as being available on the
site below.
http://www.breslau-wroclaw.de/de/breslau/source/ab_cd/

regards
Murray Victor
New Zealand


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Los Angeles death records #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Is there any way for me to get atthe death records >from Los Angeles
>from 1992? >from the California death index I see a man named Joseph
COHN born 04/02/1904 and died 05/25/1992. I am certain he is a
relative but I can not find an obit in the Los Angeles Times. I would
love to know if he was married; did he have any children and where was
he buried?

Any one have any ideas how I can get definative information on this
individual?

Thank you.

Allan Jordan
aejordan@aol.com


Re: Seeking in towns near Breslau - Solomon VICTOR #germany

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

Murray:
Breslau was the capital of Silesia, and the administrative center of
what is sometimes called Middle Silesia. R. Bernhard Brilling's
indispensible book _Die juedischen Gemeinden Mittelschlesiens_
(Stuttgart, etc.: Kohlhammer, 1972) has a section on each Middle
Silesian town that had a Jewish community. There are over 40 cities,
towns and villages, most of which had Jewish communities around the time
you're researching; I won't list them all here.

That said, I can offer a bit of information. The citizenship list of
1812 shows three VICTOR heads of household in Silesia, all of them in
Breslau. (Their names: Joachim, Moses, Rachel; the last of these is not
designated as a widow. Possibly a servant?)

Brilling lists one VICTOR: Hirschel Loebel V, who moved >from Breslau to
Muensterberg in 1794--the fourth Jew recorded as moving there after the
last expulsion (1776). He does not appear in the 1812 register. The
Stamm-Numeranten list of 1791 and the family book begun around then do
not list any heads of household named VICTOR or AVIGDOR, though a few
wives have the patronym VICTOR. Most of Breslau's Jews had surnames by
then, though some of them may have changed by 1812.

Have you tried the JewishGen ShtetlSeeker? You can ask it for the names
of towns within a particular radius >from a central point. Then compare
the list you get with the list of LDS films for modern-day Poland; it's
at http://www.jri-poland.org/jri-lds.html .

Did you find any VICTORs at all in your review of the Breslau films?
There would seem to be three or four films covering that period (and
don't rely completely on the information in the catalogue--much of it is
inaccurate or incomplete). If so, consider that Salomon V may have been
registered under some other given name.

Jewish civil vital records >from that era were kept by each city, and for
non-city portions by the county council (Landratsamt). The Landratsamt
records are scarcer than the city records, both on film and in the
archives. Several LDS films for Silesia contain Landratsamt records
without telling you of this distinction.

Fortunately for you, few Jews in Middle Silesia lived outside the
cities. (Not so in Upper Silesia.) One large exception to this rule
was the village of Staedtel in Kreis Namslau, which had a large, fairly
old community, a synagogue, etc.

Now let me ask you a small favor: tell me a little about the films you
reviewed, in general terms. Things like sources (civil or religious);
presence of Hebrew on the pages; legibility; number of pages and/or
entries; any variance >from the description in the LDS catalogue. There
are so many Breslau films, and I've only had the chance to review one or
two. (Private response OK, though I'm sure there are others reading
this who would be grateful for assistance in selecting a film. Others
reading this, I'd be grateful for your film notes too, esp. for parts of
Germany east of the Oder-Neisse line.)

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA

Murray Victor New Zealand mavlin@xtra.co.nz wrote:
I am looking for help in trying to locate the birth records of Solomon VICTOR
who stated on documents that he was born in Breslau, Prussia in 1837.
A thorough search of the LDS films for this period has been unsuccessful
and I was wondering if anyone could advise about what towns and villages close
to Breslau, existed at this time, so I could do a search of their records.


German SIG #Germany Re: Seeking in towns near Breslau - Solomon VICTOR #germany

Roger Lustig <trovato@...>
 

Murray:
Breslau was the capital of Silesia, and the administrative center of
what is sometimes called Middle Silesia. R. Bernhard Brilling's
indispensible book _Die juedischen Gemeinden Mittelschlesiens_
(Stuttgart, etc.: Kohlhammer, 1972) has a section on each Middle
Silesian town that had a Jewish community. There are over 40 cities,
towns and villages, most of which had Jewish communities around the time
you're researching; I won't list them all here.

That said, I can offer a bit of information. The citizenship list of
1812 shows three VICTOR heads of household in Silesia, all of them in
Breslau. (Their names: Joachim, Moses, Rachel; the last of these is not
designated as a widow. Possibly a servant?)

Brilling lists one VICTOR: Hirschel Loebel V, who moved >from Breslau to
Muensterberg in 1794--the fourth Jew recorded as moving there after the
last expulsion (1776). He does not appear in the 1812 register. The
Stamm-Numeranten list of 1791 and the family book begun around then do
not list any heads of household named VICTOR or AVIGDOR, though a few
wives have the patronym VICTOR. Most of Breslau's Jews had surnames by
then, though some of them may have changed by 1812.

Have you tried the JewishGen ShtetlSeeker? You can ask it for the names
of towns within a particular radius >from a central point. Then compare
the list you get with the list of LDS films for modern-day Poland; it's
at http://www.jri-poland.org/jri-lds.html .

Did you find any VICTORs at all in your review of the Breslau films?
There would seem to be three or four films covering that period (and
don't rely completely on the information in the catalogue--much of it is
inaccurate or incomplete). If so, consider that Salomon V may have been
registered under some other given name.

Jewish civil vital records >from that era were kept by each city, and for
non-city portions by the county council (Landratsamt). The Landratsamt
records are scarcer than the city records, both on film and in the
archives. Several LDS films for Silesia contain Landratsamt records
without telling you of this distinction.

Fortunately for you, few Jews in Middle Silesia lived outside the
cities. (Not so in Upper Silesia.) One large exception to this rule
was the village of Staedtel in Kreis Namslau, which had a large, fairly
old community, a synagogue, etc.

Now let me ask you a small favor: tell me a little about the films you
reviewed, in general terms. Things like sources (civil or religious);
presence of Hebrew on the pages; legibility; number of pages and/or
entries; any variance >from the description in the LDS catalogue. There
are so many Breslau films, and I've only had the chance to review one or
two. (Private response OK, though I'm sure there are others reading
this who would be grateful for assistance in selecting a film. Others
reading this, I'd be grateful for your film notes too, esp. for parts of
Germany east of the Oder-Neisse line.)

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA

Murray Victor New Zealand mavlin@xtra.co.nz wrote:
I am looking for help in trying to locate the birth records of Solomon VICTOR
who stated on documents that he was born in Breslau, Prussia in 1837.
A thorough search of the LDS films for this period has been unsuccessful
and I was wondering if anyone could advise about what towns and villages close
to Breslau, existed at this time, so I could do a search of their records.


Radom Books of Residents Project half completed - 17,000 entries #general

Carol Isaak caroli@...
 

I am pleased to share the latest news about the indexing of the
Jewish entries in the Books of Residents for the city of Radom.

The indexing of these volumes is part of the Jewish Records
Indexing - Poland Archives (JRI-Poland) project.

The file now contains 21,000 entries - that's 4,000 more since the
previous announcement one month ago. The final count will be
between 35,000 - 40,000. Each entry includes Name, Surname,
Father Name, Mother Name, Mother Maiden Name, Date and
Place of Birth and Occupation. In some cases, the Date of Death
or other notes are included.

There are now 4,154 distinct surnames or variations of surnames
in the database. That's 500 more since last month. A list of all
surnames appearing 70 or more times is included below.
A surname frequency list is available upon request.

There are now 790 towns (in addition to Radom) listed as birth
location. That's 70 more since last month. A list of all towns
appearing 25 or more times is included below. A town
frequency list is available upon request.

For information on this project, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Carol Isaak
Radom Books of Residents coordinator
Radom Archives project

SURNAMES - 70 or more entries
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
KORMAN 795
FRIDMAN 681
GOLDBERG 645
GUTMAN 626
TENENBAUM 519
ROZENBERG 481
WAJSBORT 426
GROSFELD 399
FRYDMAN 356
FISZMAN 348
CUKIER 346
ROZENCWAJG 316
BIRENBAUM 303
ROZENBAUM 289
ZYLBERBERG 245
FLAMENBAUM 242
WERBER 241
FINKIELSZTAJN 229
ZAJDENWEBER 228
BANKIER 224
RUTMAN 223
WAJSMAN 220
MILCHIOR 203
WAJCMAN 195
KERSZENBAUM 194
RUBINSZTAJN 187
BORENSZTAJN 186
KAC 183
WAJNTRAUB 183
LANDAU 176
ROZENBLUM 176
WAJNBERG 170
WAJNTROB 170
SZERMAN 169
AJZENBERG 168
GLAT 160
WIZENBERG 158
GISER 155
MARGULES 154
GOLDMAN 152
MANDELMAN 152
GOLDFARB 150
GOLDSZTAJN 147
NAJMAN 141
MILMAN 138
KADYSIEWICZ 136
ROZENBLAT 136
FELDMAN 134
ADLER 131
AKERMAN 130
FUKS 129
MILLER 127
SZNAJDERMAN 127
BLAT 125
POMERANC 122
SZOTLAND 122
WARSZAUR 122
KURC 120
HAFTARCZYK 119
POTAZ.NIK 119
KESTENBERG 118
KIERSZENBAUM 117
GRINBERG 116
ROTENBERG 116
FRENKIEL 115
RAJCH 113
RYCHTMAN 113
LEWKOWICZ 110
ALTMAN 106
KAJLER 104
BRESLER 103
KLAJMAN 103
DANCYGIER 101
KAUFMAN 100
SZAJNFELD 100
ZYLBERSZLAK 100
CHWAT 99
ABRAMOWICZ 97
LIPSZIC 97
BERKOWICZ 95
AKIERMAN 94
ERLICH 94
MARKOWICZ 94
RUBINSZTEJN 94
ZYLBERSZPIC 91
WAJSELFISZ 90
BLEJWAS 89
WAKSBERG 88
BERGMAN 87
CUKIERMAN 86
GOLDWASER 84
ZYLBERSZTAJN 82
FINKIELSZTEJN 81
FLOMENBAUM 80
GLUZMAN 80
BLAJWAS 79
AJCHENBAUM 78
KON 78
LEWIN 77
SZTAJMAN 77
DIAMENT 75
GOLDSZTEJN 75
TAJTELBAUM 74
KOPER 73
RAKOCZ 73
KLINGIER 72
FERSZTENBERG 71
GLAJMAN 71
GOLDRAT 71
LUKSENBERG 71


Towns (places of birth) - 25 or more entries
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Warszawa 990
Lódz' 353
Szydlowiec 312
Lublin 239
Zwolen' 186
Kozienice 166
Ostrowiec 165
Kielce 158
Przytyk 156
Bialobrzegi 104
Opatów 84
Wolanów 76
Ilz.a 73
Kon'skie 67
Grójec 66
Lipsko 65
Kon'sk 58
Skaryszew 52
Przysucha 47
Zamos'c' 46
Opoczno 44
Warka 44
Piotrków 40
Sandomierz 39
Sienno 39
Dzierzków 35
Irena 32
Kazanów 32
Nowa Aleksandria 32
Che;ciny 31
Przedbórz 30
Ryczywól 30
Tomaszów 30
Wierzbica 30
Opole 29
Jedlin'sk 28
Kamienna 28
Mogielnica 28
Soltyków 28
Skierniewice 26
Staszów 26
Zawichost 26
Glowaczów 25


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Radom Books of Residents Project half completed - 17,000 entries #general

Carol Isaak caroli@...
 

I am pleased to share the latest news about the indexing of the
Jewish entries in the Books of Residents for the city of Radom.

The indexing of these volumes is part of the Jewish Records
Indexing - Poland Archives (JRI-Poland) project.

The file now contains 21,000 entries - that's 4,000 more since the
previous announcement one month ago. The final count will be
between 35,000 - 40,000. Each entry includes Name, Surname,
Father Name, Mother Name, Mother Maiden Name, Date and
Place of Birth and Occupation. In some cases, the Date of Death
or other notes are included.

There are now 4,154 distinct surnames or variations of surnames
in the database. That's 500 more since last month. A list of all
surnames appearing 70 or more times is included below.
A surname frequency list is available upon request.

There are now 790 towns (in addition to Radom) listed as birth
location. That's 70 more since last month. A list of all towns
appearing 25 or more times is included below. A town
frequency list is available upon request.

For information on this project, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Carol Isaak
Radom Books of Residents coordinator
Radom Archives project

SURNAMES - 70 or more entries
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
KORMAN 795
FRIDMAN 681
GOLDBERG 645
GUTMAN 626
TENENBAUM 519
ROZENBERG 481
WAJSBORT 426
GROSFELD 399
FRYDMAN 356
FISZMAN 348
CUKIER 346
ROZENCWAJG 316
BIRENBAUM 303
ROZENBAUM 289
ZYLBERBERG 245
FLAMENBAUM 242
WERBER 241
FINKIELSZTAJN 229
ZAJDENWEBER 228
BANKIER 224
RUTMAN 223
WAJSMAN 220
MILCHIOR 203
WAJCMAN 195
KERSZENBAUM 194
RUBINSZTAJN 187
BORENSZTAJN 186
KAC 183
WAJNTRAUB 183
LANDAU 176
ROZENBLUM 176
WAJNBERG 170
WAJNTROB 170
SZERMAN 169
AJZENBERG 168
GLAT 160
WIZENBERG 158
GISER 155
MARGULES 154
GOLDMAN 152
MANDELMAN 152
GOLDFARB 150
GOLDSZTAJN 147
NAJMAN 141
MILMAN 138
KADYSIEWICZ 136
ROZENBLAT 136
FELDMAN 134
ADLER 131
AKERMAN 130
FUKS 129
MILLER 127
SZNAJDERMAN 127
BLAT 125
POMERANC 122
SZOTLAND 122
WARSZAUR 122
KURC 120
HAFTARCZYK 119
POTAZ.NIK 119
KESTENBERG 118
KIERSZENBAUM 117
GRINBERG 116
ROTENBERG 116
FRENKIEL 115
RAJCH 113
RYCHTMAN 113
LEWKOWICZ 110
ALTMAN 106
KAJLER 104
BRESLER 103
KLAJMAN 103
DANCYGIER 101
KAUFMAN 100
SZAJNFELD 100
ZYLBERSZLAK 100
CHWAT 99
ABRAMOWICZ 97
LIPSZIC 97
BERKOWICZ 95
AKIERMAN 94
ERLICH 94
MARKOWICZ 94
RUBINSZTEJN 94
ZYLBERSZPIC 91
WAJSELFISZ 90
BLEJWAS 89
WAKSBERG 88
BERGMAN 87
CUKIERMAN 86
GOLDWASER 84
ZYLBERSZTAJN 82
FINKIELSZTEJN 81
FLOMENBAUM 80
GLUZMAN 80
BLAJWAS 79
AJCHENBAUM 78
KON 78
LEWIN 77
SZTAJMAN 77
DIAMENT 75
GOLDSZTEJN 75
TAJTELBAUM 74
KOPER 73
RAKOCZ 73
KLINGIER 72
FERSZTENBERG 71
GLAJMAN 71
GOLDRAT 71
LUKSENBERG 71


Towns (places of birth) - 25 or more entries
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Warszawa 990
Lódz' 353
Szydlowiec 312
Lublin 239
Zwolen' 186
Kozienice 166
Ostrowiec 165
Kielce 158
Przytyk 156
Bialobrzegi 104
Opatów 84
Wolanów 76
Ilz.a 73
Kon'skie 67
Grójec 66
Lipsko 65
Kon'sk 58
Skaryszew 52
Przysucha 47
Zamos'c' 46
Opoczno 44
Warka 44
Piotrków 40
Sandomierz 39
Sienno 39
Dzierzków 35
Irena 32
Kazanów 32
Nowa Aleksandria 32
Che;ciny 31
Przedbórz 30
Ryczywól 30
Tomaszów 30
Wierzbica 30
Opole 29
Jedlin'sk 28
Kamienna 28
Mogielnica 28
Soltyków 28
Skierniewice 26
Staszów 26
Zawichost 26
Glowaczów 25


Re: Seeking translation from Romanian into English of 1948 letter #general

Martin Fischer
 

Thanks very much to everyone who provided a translation of a Romanian letter
that I had posted recently on ViewMate.

Martin Fischer
Oak Park, Illinois, USA

--
The Fischer and Levin family history Web site is at:
http://mefischer1.home.comcast.net/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Seeking translation from Romanian into English of 1948 letter #general

Martin Fischer
 

Thanks very much to everyone who provided a translation of a Romanian letter
that I had posted recently on ViewMate.

Martin Fischer
Oak Park, Illinois, USA

--
The Fischer and Levin family history Web site is at:
http://mefischer1.home.comcast.net/


Maharal of Prague descendants #general

Matis & Ora Stebben <mostebben@...>
 

Hello.
I am trying to find out if we are related to the Maharal of Prague. >from my
grandfather’s side, we are Loewy's >from Hungary. Unfortunately, I do not
have access to too much information right now. Nevertheless, I am trying to
make a connection. Maybe someone who is a descendant of the Maharal and ahs
all the names and information, will recognize what I do have and may be able
to help me to connect the dots, so to speak.
My mother’s father was Moshe LOEWY.
My mothers fathers father's name was Ber- Bernard Loewy.
My mother’s mother's name was Miriam Loewy.
My mother’s aunt is Edith Loewy >from Washington heights N.Y.

Any connection is so much appreciated.

Thank you.

Mrs. Stebben


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Maharal of Prague descendants #general

Matis & Ora Stebben <mostebben@...>
 

Hello.
I am trying to find out if we are related to the Maharal of Prague. >from my
grandfather’s side, we are Loewy's >from Hungary. Unfortunately, I do not
have access to too much information right now. Nevertheless, I am trying to
make a connection. Maybe someone who is a descendant of the Maharal and ahs
all the names and information, will recognize what I do have and may be able
to help me to connect the dots, so to speak.
My mother’s father was Moshe LOEWY.
My mothers fathers father's name was Ber- Bernard Loewy.
My mother’s mother's name was Miriam Loewy.
My mother’s aunt is Edith Loewy >from Washington heights N.Y.

Any connection is so much appreciated.

Thank you.

Mrs. Stebben


Kraindjla=Tova ? #general

chetreanu_gen@noos.fr <chetreanu_gen@...>
 

Dear Group,

I wish to receive your commentaries about any eventual correspondance
between the firstnames Kraindjla and Tova.
I was searching today for a Kraindjla BERKOVITZ on the Yad Vashem
database. There is no matches with this firstname.
Nevertheless, the registration of a Tova BERKOVITZ intrigues me : her
age and the place where she lived correspond more or less to what I
know about Kraindjla.

The testimony about Tova EISNER has been submitted by her grand
daughter in 1999 in Israel.
I wonder it Tova and Kraindjla could be the same persons ? The
firstname could have been changed when the submitter filled in the petition.

Kraindjla sound very yiddish, a firstname of the shtel. I know Tova
existed also in the shtetl but I would be please to hear about your
comments.

Thanks in advance !

Kind regards,

Francois CHETREANU
Paris, France

Looking for CHETREANU, PETREANU, HERMAN, CHENDLER (in Romania)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Kraindjla=Tova ? #general

chetreanu_gen@noos.fr <chetreanu_gen@...>
 

Dear Group,

I wish to receive your commentaries about any eventual correspondance
between the firstnames Kraindjla and Tova.
I was searching today for a Kraindjla BERKOVITZ on the Yad Vashem
database. There is no matches with this firstname.
Nevertheless, the registration of a Tova BERKOVITZ intrigues me : her
age and the place where she lived correspond more or less to what I
know about Kraindjla.

The testimony about Tova EISNER has been submitted by her grand
daughter in 1999 in Israel.
I wonder it Tova and Kraindjla could be the same persons ? The
firstname could have been changed when the submitter filled in the petition.

Kraindjla sound very yiddish, a firstname of the shtel. I know Tova
existed also in the shtetl but I would be please to hear about your
comments.

Thanks in advance !

Kind regards,

Francois CHETREANU
Paris, France

Looking for CHETREANU, PETREANU, HERMAN, CHENDLER (in Romania)


IGS list if of requests to find submitters from Israel #belarus

rosef@...
 

I wish to correct the notice posted by the moderator. The list that is fo=
und on
the IGs - Israel Genealogy Society site is of requests people have submit=
ted to
find submitters of testimonies to Yad Vashem >from Israel.
The idea behind it was, that maybe someone else might succeed in helping =
the
people find those submitters we have not been successful in finding. Our
success rate has been 25-30 %.
In the 50s Israel was growing by leaps and bounds, and many people have m=
oved
since then. In addition many of the POTs filled out in the 50s, were fill=
ed out
by people in their 40s & 50s. That would mean, if they are alive today, t=
hey
would about 100 years old.
Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Society


Belarus SIG #Belarus IGS list if of requests to find submitters from Israel #belarus

rosef@...
 

I wish to correct the notice posted by the moderator. The list that is fo=
und on
the IGs - Israel Genealogy Society site is of requests people have submit=
ted to
find submitters of testimonies to Yad Vashem >from Israel.
The idea behind it was, that maybe someone else might succeed in helping =
the
people find those submitters we have not been successful in finding. Our
success rate has been 25-30 %.
In the 50s Israel was growing by leaps and bounds, and many people have m=
oved
since then. In addition many of the POTs filled out in the 50s, were fill=
ed out
by people in their 40s & 50s. That would mean, if they are alive today, t=
hey
would about 100 years old.
Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Society


Viski, Latvia #general

Bruce Dumes <brucedumes@...>
 

I'm curious if anyone has any information about Viski (or Vishki), in
the Latgate district of Latvia, which is where my family emigrated >from
between 1903 and 1912. I've already made contact with the Latvian SIG
in JewishGen, and have PDF copies of their quarterly journal that
contained an article about Viski >from a few years back.

I'm also curious of anyone has used or can recommend the services of
Latvian researcher Aleksander Feigmanis. His website,
http://www.balticgen.com/, leads me to believe that he is a very
experienced researcher, though he is very slow to answer email.

Best Regards,
Bruce Dumes

MODERTAOT NOTE: Any comments about the researcher should be sent privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viski, Latvia #general

Bruce Dumes <brucedumes@...>
 

I'm curious if anyone has any information about Viski (or Vishki), in
the Latgate district of Latvia, which is where my family emigrated >from
between 1903 and 1912. I've already made contact with the Latvian SIG
in JewishGen, and have PDF copies of their quarterly journal that
contained an article about Viski >from a few years back.

I'm also curious of anyone has used or can recommend the services of
Latvian researcher Aleksander Feigmanis. His website,
http://www.balticgen.com/, leads me to believe that he is a very
experienced researcher, though he is very slow to answer email.

Best Regards,
Bruce Dumes

MODERTAOT NOTE: Any comments about the researcher should be sent privately.


Tosfos Yom Tov #general

Susan Edel
 

I am looking for a book called "Sefer Yosher Divrei Emes" a chassidic
mussar sefr, written by Rav Feivel Zavaritch Heller. The first edition
(written about 100 years ago) includes a family tree tracing the lineage
back to the Tosfos Yom Tov. If anyone has this book or knows where I can
see a copy, please contact me.

Many thanks,

Susan EDEL, Petach Tikva, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Tosfos Yom Tov #general

Susan Edel
 

I am looking for a book called "Sefer Yosher Divrei Emes" a chassidic
mussar sefr, written by Rav Feivel Zavaritch Heller. The first edition
(written about 100 years ago) includes a family tree tracing the lineage
back to the Tosfos Yom Tov. If anyone has this book or knows where I can
see a copy, please contact me.

Many thanks,

Susan EDEL, Petach Tikva, Israel