Date   

Re: Is there an east coast US point of entry other than Ellis Island? #hungary

Diane Jacobs <thegenie@...>
 

Just to add some more information, Laurie is referring
To the microfilmed cards that NARA has for people who
Came >from Canada to the US. They are called the St.
Albans Lists but they also have microfilm for Detroit, MI,
Buffalo, NY, Niagara Falls, NY of people entering the US
from Canada.
Hope this is of help to others.

-----------
My great grandfather came in through St. Albans,Vt.

Laurie Budgar
Boulder, CO
searching GOLDBERGER, DEUTSCH, SCHWARZ, JAKAB

On Sun, 21 May 2006 14:01:23 -0400
Milton Hubsher <milton@...> wrote:
=20

Folks,

Does anyone know of an east coast US point of entry,
other than Ellis Island?
<snip>

Moderator: The St. Albans Lists document entries across the border from
Canada into the U.S. between 1895 and 1954. St. Albans was one of about =
18
entry points in Vermont. Although these Canadian entry lists are
collectively known as St. Albans records, they also contain records of
immigrants crossing over in Washington, Montana, Michigan, New York, =
North
Dakota, Minnesota, and other points along the U.S.-Canadian border. See
Marian Smith's informative article on Canadian border crossings at
http://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/2000/fall/us-canada-immigra=
tio
n-records-1.html


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Is there an east coast US point of entry other than Ellis Island? #hungary

Diane Jacobs <thegenie@...>
 

Just to add some more information, Laurie is referring
To the microfilmed cards that NARA has for people who
Came >from Canada to the US. They are called the St.
Albans Lists but they also have microfilm for Detroit, MI,
Buffalo, NY, Niagara Falls, NY of people entering the US
from Canada.
Hope this is of help to others.

-----------
My great grandfather came in through St. Albans,Vt.

Laurie Budgar
Boulder, CO
searching GOLDBERGER, DEUTSCH, SCHWARZ, JAKAB

On Sun, 21 May 2006 14:01:23 -0400
Milton Hubsher <milton@...> wrote:
=20

Folks,

Does anyone know of an east coast US point of entry,
other than Ellis Island?
<snip>

Moderator: The St. Albans Lists document entries across the border from
Canada into the U.S. between 1895 and 1954. St. Albans was one of about =
18
entry points in Vermont. Although these Canadian entry lists are
collectively known as St. Albans records, they also contain records of
immigrants crossing over in Washington, Montana, Michigan, New York, =
North
Dakota, Minnesota, and other points along the U.S.-Canadian border. See
Marian Smith's informative article on Canadian border crossings at
http://www.archives.gov/publications/prologue/2000/fall/us-canada-immigra=
tio
n-records-1.html


Re: Is there an east coast US point of entry other than Ellis Island? #hungary

Dorothy Kohanski <dkohanski@...>
 

One group of my ancestors came through the Port of Philadelphia.
Dorothy Kohanski
dkohanski@...


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Is there an east coast US point of entry other than Ellis Island? #hungary

Dorothy Kohanski <dkohanski@...>
 

One group of my ancestors came through the Port of Philadelphia.
Dorothy Kohanski
dkohanski@...


Re: Fw: Searching for Swarcz in Szeged #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <g_hirsch@...>
 

I don't know if the question is still actuell, anyway, since some month, the earlier good working Mazsihisz.com is not so informativ as it was, neither the forum nor some information can be reached. Through an enquiry I got the homepage of the Jewish community of Szeged and I hope you can get the information you are looking for it is available in Hungarian as well as in English.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch

<snip>


Subject: Searching for SCHWARZ in Szeged
From: "Ed Zwieback" <ezwieback@...>
Date: Fri, 12 May 2006 14:22:45 -0700
X-Message-Number: 2

I'm searching for the family of Max SCHWARZ, born about 1850
Nagykanizsa, and living in Szeged in 1913. His location is
based on Max SCHWARZ noted as a surviving brother in the Vienn
a death record of his brother Leopold.
Is there a Jewish Community Office in Szeged that I could contact
regardin


Re: The Schmulowitzes (and Schwartzes) of Scranton (and Michalovce, Hungary) circa 1900 #hungary

Diane Jacobs <thegenie@...>
 

Dear Yehuda,

Glad to hear of your success. If you find your Rae Weber is related
To the large Webber (original Sivivolos >from Lituania) family in St. John,
NB and Halifax, NS , Canada, let me know as I have been researching this
side of my mother's family.

Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ

-----Original Message-----
From: yehuda frischman [mailto:rebyidel@...]
Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2006 5:36 AM
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] The Schmulowitzes (and Schwartzes) of Scranton (and
Michalovce, Hungary) circa 1900

Dear Friends,

I have not written to the group concerning our family
mystery for about 4 years. Now with the help of a
cousin who I found through this group, much of the the
mystery has been solved, and even more we are close to
tracking down.

I had written asking for anyone who know of
Schmulowitzes or Schwartzes >from Scranton, Pa, and
specifically asking about Josef Schwartz (my paternal
GGF), Mosie Schwartz, his son who had married his
cousin >from the family of New England Stationery of
Boston, and Rae Weber and Anton Schmulowitz who were
each distant cousins, the specifice relation
undetermined. I also mentioned that Rae Weber, who
passed away just a couple of years ago, had mentioned
to my sister that there had been 3 Schmulowitz
brothers, all in the grocery business in Scranton, and
that because they were worried about the impression of
a family monopoly, my grandfather had changed his name
to Schwartz.

I heard back >from Douglas Cohen, of LEXINGTON, Mass,
and to make a long story shorter, we together
determined that Josef Schwartz was actually Josef
Schmulowitz, and that he had taken his wife Resi's
maiden name. Furthermore, Resi was one of four
children of Isaac and Toba Schwartz, along with Sarah
Schwartz Friedman, (the wife of Sol Friedman of New
England Stationery) Edward Elias Schwartz, and Samuel
Schwartz (Doug's GGF). Toba Schwartz was the daughter
of Shmuel and Rochel Schmulowitz! So indeed, Mosie
Schwartz did marry his cousin Eva, the daughter of
Sarah Schwartz Friedman. I was also able to travel
to Har Hazeisim in JERUSALEM, and found Josef
Schwartz's matzeva. He was Yosef ben Baruch.

Just this week I revisited the SCRANTON 1900 census
and in summary, we now know the follow:

1. The patriarch of the Schmulowitz family, who I
suspect never came over >from Europe and who I know for
sure was Joe Schartz's father was Baruch Schmulowitz.
Doug and I suspect that he may have also been the
brother of Toba Schmulowitz (who married Isaac
Schwartz and who was the mother of Resi (Joe Schwartz
Schmulowitzes wife), Edward Elias Schwartz, Sarah
Schwartz, and Samuel Schwartz.

2. Toba Schmulowitz Schwartz's (and Baruch
Schmulowitz's?) parents were Schmuel and Rachel
Schmulowitz

3. There were at least 4 Schmulowitz siblings: 1.
Josef Schwartz, who took his wife's (and maybe his
aunt Toba's) maiden name Schmulowitz, 2. Raizy who
married Max Weber and who was the mother of Rae Weber,
and two Schmulowitz brothers who lived next door to
Josef Schartz in 1900: 3.Toni, and 4. Harry.

To confirm this theory,still need to have someone
check out the matzevas of Raizy Weber, Toni
Schmulowitz and Harry Schmulowitz, to check dates and
more important, to see if their father's name was
Baruch. That would ascertain 99% this theory.

All that would be left to verify would be other
possible siblings and the Europe connection.

Back in 2002 when I last wrote, I had heard back about
some Scranton and Wilkes Barre Schmulowitzes and
Schwartzes. Now that I have so much more info, I
would really appreciate hearing >from anyone able to
add more pieces to the puzzle.

Thanks,

Yehuda Frischman, L.Ac., CST, SER, TJM
LOS ANGELES


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Fw: Searching for Swarcz in Szeged #hungary

Gábor Hirsch <g_hirsch@...>
 

I don't know if the question is still actuell, anyway, since some month, the earlier good working Mazsihisz.com is not so informativ as it was, neither the forum nor some information can be reached. Through an enquiry I got the homepage of the Jewish community of Szeged and I hope you can get the information you are looking for it is available in Hungarian as well as in English.

Best regards
Gabor Hirsch

<snip>


Subject: Searching for SCHWARZ in Szeged
From: "Ed Zwieback" <ezwieback@...>
Date: Fri, 12 May 2006 14:22:45 -0700
X-Message-Number: 2

I'm searching for the family of Max SCHWARZ, born about 1850
Nagykanizsa, and living in Szeged in 1913. His location is
based on Max SCHWARZ noted as a surviving brother in the Vienn
a death record of his brother Leopold.
Is there a Jewish Community Office in Szeged that I could contact
regardin


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: The Schmulowitzes (and Schwartzes) of Scranton (and Michalovce, Hungary) circa 1900 #hungary

Diane Jacobs <thegenie@...>
 

Dear Yehuda,

Glad to hear of your success. If you find your Rae Weber is related
To the large Webber (original Sivivolos >from Lituania) family in St. John,
NB and Halifax, NS , Canada, let me know as I have been researching this
side of my mother's family.

Diane Jacobs
Somerset, NJ

-----Original Message-----
From: yehuda frischman [mailto:rebyidel@...]
Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2006 5:36 AM
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] The Schmulowitzes (and Schwartzes) of Scranton (and
Michalovce, Hungary) circa 1900

Dear Friends,

I have not written to the group concerning our family
mystery for about 4 years. Now with the help of a
cousin who I found through this group, much of the the
mystery has been solved, and even more we are close to
tracking down.

I had written asking for anyone who know of
Schmulowitzes or Schwartzes >from Scranton, Pa, and
specifically asking about Josef Schwartz (my paternal
GGF), Mosie Schwartz, his son who had married his
cousin >from the family of New England Stationery of
Boston, and Rae Weber and Anton Schmulowitz who were
each distant cousins, the specifice relation
undetermined. I also mentioned that Rae Weber, who
passed away just a couple of years ago, had mentioned
to my sister that there had been 3 Schmulowitz
brothers, all in the grocery business in Scranton, and
that because they were worried about the impression of
a family monopoly, my grandfather had changed his name
to Schwartz.

I heard back >from Douglas Cohen, of LEXINGTON, Mass,
and to make a long story shorter, we together
determined that Josef Schwartz was actually Josef
Schmulowitz, and that he had taken his wife Resi's
maiden name. Furthermore, Resi was one of four
children of Isaac and Toba Schwartz, along with Sarah
Schwartz Friedman, (the wife of Sol Friedman of New
England Stationery) Edward Elias Schwartz, and Samuel
Schwartz (Doug's GGF). Toba Schwartz was the daughter
of Shmuel and Rochel Schmulowitz! So indeed, Mosie
Schwartz did marry his cousin Eva, the daughter of
Sarah Schwartz Friedman. I was also able to travel
to Har Hazeisim in JERUSALEM, and found Josef
Schwartz's matzeva. He was Yosef ben Baruch.

Just this week I revisited the SCRANTON 1900 census
and in summary, we now know the follow:

1. The patriarch of the Schmulowitz family, who I
suspect never came over >from Europe and who I know for
sure was Joe Schartz's father was Baruch Schmulowitz.
Doug and I suspect that he may have also been the
brother of Toba Schmulowitz (who married Isaac
Schwartz and who was the mother of Resi (Joe Schwartz
Schmulowitzes wife), Edward Elias Schwartz, Sarah
Schwartz, and Samuel Schwartz.

2. Toba Schmulowitz Schwartz's (and Baruch
Schmulowitz's?) parents were Schmuel and Rachel
Schmulowitz

3. There were at least 4 Schmulowitz siblings: 1.
Josef Schwartz, who took his wife's (and maybe his
aunt Toba's) maiden name Schmulowitz, 2. Raizy who
married Max Weber and who was the mother of Rae Weber,
and two Schmulowitz brothers who lived next door to
Josef Schartz in 1900: 3.Toni, and 4. Harry.

To confirm this theory,still need to have someone
check out the matzevas of Raizy Weber, Toni
Schmulowitz and Harry Schmulowitz, to check dates and
more important, to see if their father's name was
Baruch. That would ascertain 99% this theory.

All that would be left to verify would be other
possible siblings and the Europe connection.

Back in 2002 when I last wrote, I had heard back about
some Scranton and Wilkes Barre Schmulowitzes and
Schwartzes. Now that I have so much more info, I
would really appreciate hearing >from anyone able to
add more pieces to the puzzle.

Thanks,

Yehuda Frischman, L.Ac., CST, SER, TJM
LOS ANGELES


Ellis Island and Ports of Entry #hungary

peter bakos <pgbakos@...>
 

While Ellis Island was the main port of entry for immigrants it was not the
sole port of entry. My mother arrived in Portland, Maine. My aunt arrived
the first time, in New Orleans on a ship that had left Fiume. This was in
1919. There were also major ports at Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Savannah and Charleston. A lot depended on where the immigrants were going.
The greatest concentration of Jewish immigrants was in New York and this
provided a support base for their cousins >from Europe. Therefore it is
logical that many many Jewish immigrants went through the port of New York.

My cousin, Dr. Michael SCHUSTER >from Gyor, Papa and Vienna, was hired by the
Guggenheim family to be the physician at the American Smelting Company in
Missouri. With his family, he emigrated through New Orleans, but can be
found passing through Ellis Island as well.

The Ellis Island Website contains names >from 1892 to 1924, the period of
great immigration to the U.S. This data base is derived >from Shipping
companies passenger lists. A fire in 1891 destroyed much of the immigration
record >from the 1850's forward.

The National Archives have the passenger lists for the various ports on
Microfilm. The regional offices have those which pertain to their area, and
they will have some citizenship application and court records as well. In
spite of all of the helpfullness of the Ellis Island site I would strongly
recommend a visit to the National Archives Regional Office in Manhattan as
the staff is very knowledgeable and helpful. Through a few hours there I
was able to find records for a number of relatives.

Everything depends on where your family were going. As I have found, some
chose to disappear by changing their names, so one should be willing to play
detective and look at different sources of information.

Peter Bakos
Paris France (at the moment)
researching PODVINECZ, MOSKOVITS, RACZ, ROSENBERG, RONAI, RONA, SCHUSTER and
a supporting cast of thousands


Hungary SIG #Hungary Ellis Island and Ports of Entry #hungary

peter bakos <pgbakos@...>
 

While Ellis Island was the main port of entry for immigrants it was not the
sole port of entry. My mother arrived in Portland, Maine. My aunt arrived
the first time, in New Orleans on a ship that had left Fiume. This was in
1919. There were also major ports at Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Savannah and Charleston. A lot depended on where the immigrants were going.
The greatest concentration of Jewish immigrants was in New York and this
provided a support base for their cousins >from Europe. Therefore it is
logical that many many Jewish immigrants went through the port of New York.

My cousin, Dr. Michael SCHUSTER >from Gyor, Papa and Vienna, was hired by the
Guggenheim family to be the physician at the American Smelting Company in
Missouri. With his family, he emigrated through New Orleans, but can be
found passing through Ellis Island as well.

The Ellis Island Website contains names >from 1892 to 1924, the period of
great immigration to the U.S. This data base is derived >from Shipping
companies passenger lists. A fire in 1891 destroyed much of the immigration
record >from the 1850's forward.

The National Archives have the passenger lists for the various ports on
Microfilm. The regional offices have those which pertain to their area, and
they will have some citizenship application and court records as well. In
spite of all of the helpfullness of the Ellis Island site I would strongly
recommend a visit to the National Archives Regional Office in Manhattan as
the staff is very knowledgeable and helpful. Through a few hours there I
was able to find records for a number of relatives.

Everything depends on where your family were going. As I have found, some
chose to disappear by changing their names, so one should be willing to play
detective and look at different sources of information.

Peter Bakos
Paris France (at the moment)
researching PODVINECZ, MOSKOVITS, RACZ, ROSENBERG, RONAI, RONA, SCHUSTER and
a supporting cast of thousands


Re: Croatia #hungary

David & Diana Laufer <dlaufer@...>
 

Danielle,

You have previously advised me that your father Franz PRAGER was born in Vienna. If you know when
he was born, you could look through the relevant LDS microfilm of Viennese Jewish births to find the
record of his birth. In the details of the father it may state the name of his father.
In the last column of that record it would possibly inform you of where and when Oskar PRAGER and
Melanie BRONNER were married. Then search the relevant LDS microfilm (if it exists) of the place
and time of that marriage to see what information you could glean.

Regards

David Laufer
Sydney, NSW

----- Original Message -----
From: "Danielle James" <daniandw@...>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@...>
Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2006 5:06 PM
Subject: [h-sig] Croatia


Dear H-Siggers,

I have found out that my gt-grandmother, Malvine Prager (nee Pollack),
was born in Jaska in 1854, her father was Siegmund Pollack and mother
Charlotte (nee Spitzer). Malvine married ____ Prager (his given name;
and marriage where and when unknown). My grandfather Oskar Prager was
born in Kesztheley, Hungary. Oskar married Mela Bronner (where and
when unknown)

Jews born in Jaska were registered in in the Register book of birth of
Jewish religious community for Karlovac (for the period 1853-1880)
which is about 25 kilometers >from Jaska.

My search now includes:

PRAGER-
OSKAR PRAGER - Kesztheley, Hungary
POLLACK - (or POLLAK) - Jaska or Karlovac, Croatia
SPITZER

It appears that the family moved around quite a bit and I am not sure
of the actual origins of the PRAGER, POLLACK (or POLLAK), SPITZER
lines.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you


Danielle
South Australia


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Croatia #hungary

David & Diana Laufer <dlaufer@...>
 

Danielle,

You have previously advised me that your father Franz PRAGER was born in Vienna. If you know when
he was born, you could look through the relevant LDS microfilm of Viennese Jewish births to find the
record of his birth. In the details of the father it may state the name of his father.
In the last column of that record it would possibly inform you of where and when Oskar PRAGER and
Melanie BRONNER were married. Then search the relevant LDS microfilm (if it exists) of the place
and time of that marriage to see what information you could glean.

Regards

David Laufer
Sydney, NSW

----- Original Message -----
From: "Danielle James" <daniandw@...>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@...>
Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2006 5:06 PM
Subject: [h-sig] Croatia


Dear H-Siggers,

I have found out that my gt-grandmother, Malvine Prager (nee Pollack),
was born in Jaska in 1854, her father was Siegmund Pollack and mother
Charlotte (nee Spitzer). Malvine married ____ Prager (his given name;
and marriage where and when unknown). My grandfather Oskar Prager was
born in Kesztheley, Hungary. Oskar married Mela Bronner (where and
when unknown)

Jews born in Jaska were registered in in the Register book of birth of
Jewish religious community for Karlovac (for the period 1853-1880)
which is about 25 kilometers >from Jaska.

My search now includes:

PRAGER-
OSKAR PRAGER - Kesztheley, Hungary
POLLACK - (or POLLAK) - Jaska or Karlovac, Croatia
SPITZER

It appears that the family moved around quite a bit and I am not sure
of the actual origins of the PRAGER, POLLACK (or POLLAK), SPITZER
lines.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thank you


Danielle
South Australia


A new database.. #romania

Rosanne Leeson <rdleeson@...>
 

Dear All,

A new database has just been added to the JewishGen Holocaust Database,
and also linked to our All-Romanian database as well.

This list consists of the names of Jewish students enrolled in the
Kolozsvár (Cluj) Jewish High School for the years 1940-1941 through
1943-1944. The names come >from two different sources:

* Survivors >from a list >from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/www.ushmm.org> in
Washington, D.C., and
* A listing of students who died during the Holocaust >from a list
within the Cluj Yizkor book.

To search this list go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/0127_Cluj-survivors.html

Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator
ROM-SIG


Romania SIG #Romania A new database.. #romania

Rosanne Leeson <rdleeson@...>
 

Dear All,

A new database has just been added to the JewishGen Holocaust Database,
and also linked to our All-Romanian database as well.

This list consists of the names of Jewish students enrolled in the
Kolozsvár (Cluj) Jewish High School for the years 1940-1941 through
1943-1944. The names come >from two different sources:

* Survivors >from a list >from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/www.ushmm.org> in
Washington, D.C., and
* A listing of students who died during the Holocaust >from a list
within the Cluj Yizkor book.

To search this list go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/0127_Cluj-survivors.html

Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator
ROM-SIG


BRECKNOCK/BREAKWELL/COLTON - Shropshire #unitedkingdom

Janice Jones <janjones@...>
 

We are trying to confirm a possible Jewish connection to a family known
firstly as BRECKNOCK, later as BREAKWELL, but whose descendants sometimes
used either "BRECKNOCK ALIAS COLTON" or just "COLTON" alone.

The uses of the primary name and the "alias" are a mystery to us - the
primary name, in the Shropshire area around Wheathill, appeared in the early
to mid 1600's, as far as I can tell, and then in the mid 1700's the alias
appeared or the name COLTON was used alone. There seems no discernable
pattern to the usages - for example, a family where the father was
"BREAKWELL ALIAS COLTON" might register the first few children under
BREAKWELL and the rest under COLTON - and in later years, those same
children would sometimes marry under the other name!!

BRECKNOCK is generally accepted as an ancient Welsh name - and, so far, we
have not found a marriage which would have introduced the "COLTON" into the
family - yet there must be some explanation for this curious usage.

At present, I am in touch with others who, like myself, descend >from a
COLTON line and none of us found anything to resolve this puzzle. However,
one of us has agreed with me that we had heard something of a Jewish
heritage >from now-deceased relatives. Unfortunately, this was long before
we took up our genealogical research! One passed-down theory is that there
was a connection with Eastern Europe and that the COLTON name may have been
passed down the female line. The only other "clues", if they can be called
that, are that there were several ancestors fore-named Israel among the
various BRECKNOCK, BREAKWELL and COLTON branches.

We realize we are reaching a long way back, when records were sparse, but
would be grateful for any advice or information anyone may have. For
instance - is there an old Jewish cemetery in Brecon?

Regards,
Janice JONES
Winnipeg, Manitoba,Canada


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom BRECKNOCK/BREAKWELL/COLTON - Shropshire #unitedkingdom

Janice Jones <janjones@...>
 

We are trying to confirm a possible Jewish connection to a family known
firstly as BRECKNOCK, later as BREAKWELL, but whose descendants sometimes
used either "BRECKNOCK ALIAS COLTON" or just "COLTON" alone.

The uses of the primary name and the "alias" are a mystery to us - the
primary name, in the Shropshire area around Wheathill, appeared in the early
to mid 1600's, as far as I can tell, and then in the mid 1700's the alias
appeared or the name COLTON was used alone. There seems no discernable
pattern to the usages - for example, a family where the father was
"BREAKWELL ALIAS COLTON" might register the first few children under
BREAKWELL and the rest under COLTON - and in later years, those same
children would sometimes marry under the other name!!

BRECKNOCK is generally accepted as an ancient Welsh name - and, so far, we
have not found a marriage which would have introduced the "COLTON" into the
family - yet there must be some explanation for this curious usage.

At present, I am in touch with others who, like myself, descend >from a
COLTON line and none of us found anything to resolve this puzzle. However,
one of us has agreed with me that we had heard something of a Jewish
heritage >from now-deceased relatives. Unfortunately, this was long before
we took up our genealogical research! One passed-down theory is that there
was a connection with Eastern Europe and that the COLTON name may have been
passed down the female line. The only other "clues", if they can be called
that, are that there were several ancestors fore-named Israel among the
various BRECKNOCK, BREAKWELL and COLTON branches.

We realize we are reaching a long way back, when records were sparse, but
would be grateful for any advice or information anyone may have. For
instance - is there an old Jewish cemetery in Brecon?

Regards,
Janice JONES
Winnipeg, Manitoba,Canada


malcolm katz <malkikatz9361@...>
 

I am looking for any information on MICHAEL SOLOMON
son of ANSHEL LEVI PAMPEL married CHANA(HANNAH)
NEWFOULT daughter of ISRAEL NEFELT married in the
Great Synagogue,London 13/11/1805 ive got this from
the Great Synagogue marriage records 1791-1850 does
anyone know anywhere else i can look for information
on this period.
Many thanks
Malki Katz





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JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom PAMPEL #unitedkingdom

malcolm katz <malkikatz9361@...>
 

I am looking for any information on MICHAEL SOLOMON
son of ANSHEL LEVI PAMPEL married CHANA(HANNAH)
NEWFOULT daughter of ISRAEL NEFELT married in the
Great Synagogue,London 13/11/1805 ive got this from
the Great Synagogue marriage records 1791-1850 does
anyone know anywhere else i can look for information
on this period.
Many thanks
Malki Katz





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Fw: Searching for Swarcz in Szeged #hungary

Catherine Adam <cia@...>
 

The last address I have for the Jewish Community Office is: Gutenberg
utca XXXXXXXXXX

The Great Synagogue is not to be missed. On the wall in the foyer are the
list of those who perished in the Holocaust. I can't remember the hours
during which it's open but the man collecting the entry fee, Tamas, is
quite
knowledgeable and speaks english.

As well, just around the corner, in the community centre, there is
congregate dining and a kosher lunchroom available to the elderly
remnants
of the once 5000 strong Jewish population of Szeged. if you speak
hungarian,
I'm sure you can gain some valuable in formation.
Contact info for Jewish communities is also on the Hungarian webpage
referred to earlier by Gabor Hirsch.

Please contact me off line if you need more info.

Catherine Adam
Toronto, Canada
Searching for SHONTHAL, KULPIN, KOHN (Godollo) , KLEIN, ADAM, GRUNHAUT,
MARTON, LOWY
Subject: Searching for SCHWARZ in Szeged
From: "Ed Zwieback" <ezwieback@...>
Date: Fri, 12 May 2006 14:22:45 -0700
X-Message-Number: 2


I'm searching for the family of Max SCHWARZ, born about 1850
Nagykanizsa,
and living in Szeged in 1913. His location is based on Max SCHWARZ
noted
as
a surviving brother in the Vienna death record of his brother Leopold.
Is there a Jewish Community Office in Szeged that I could contact
regardin


Re: Croatian Records #hungary

Ed Zwieback <ezwieback@...>
 

My first suggestion is to look at my info at
http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/Croatia.htm . If you have specific
questions , I would be glad to try and help.
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Ed Zwieback
Long Beach, CA
with personal family at http://ezwieback.com/ZPK-p/index.htm

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-Subject: Croatia
From: Danielle James <daniandw@...>
Date: Sat, 20 May 2006 16:35:47 +0930
X-Message-Number: 2

Dear H-Siggers,

Could someone please tell me which SIG I should look onto to find relatives
from Croatia.
Kindest wishes to all,

Danielle
South Australia