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LIEBLICH Family with Polish, Pittsburgh, Providence Connections #general

Linda Shefler <linsilv@...>
 

I am trying to locate anyone who is a descendant of or researching the
family of Pincus [Peter] LIEBLICH. I have strong reason to believe that he
was the brother of my gg-grandmother Rachel LIEBLICH.

Rachel Lieblich (daughter of Yosef and Ester) born about 1849 (in
Austria-Hungary/Poland) married Henry [Haim Naftali] Rosenblatt +/-1866.
Their children were: Feitel; Szymon; Hesh/Hirsh; Rivka; Solomon; Leah;
Charles; Bernard; David and Benjamin. They immigrated about 1871 and
settled initially in Pittsburgh, before relocating to Providence. Rachel
died in 1889 in Providence.

Pincus Lieblich (born about 1857) was married to Rose (born about 1862) and
their children were: Samuel (born about 1881); Jacob (born about 1878) and
Herman (born about 1886).

I found a ship's manifest showing them arriving in the US on 24 Jul 1886. I
doubt that was their first trip as Pincus was naturalized in Allegheny
County in 1889 and according to records; both Jacob and Herman were born in
Providence, RI.

There is the following listing in the 1890 Pittsburgh directory:

Name: Peter Lieblich
Location 1: 349 Fifth Avenue
Occupation: pictures
Year: 1890
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA

He is also listed in the 1910 Pittsburgh census.

I've found Jacob Lieblich born in 1881 in Providence; died in 1964 in Los
Angeles. In 1920 and 1930 he was married to Belle and living in Cleveland.

I've found Herman Lieblich born in 1886 in Providence; son of Peter and
Rachel Lieblich.

The reason I'm so sure that there is a connection between Pincus and my
gg-grandmother is the Pittsburgh Providence connection as well as the fact
that both Pincus and Henry ROSENBLATT (my gg-grandfather) were picture
framers.

There was also Sarah Lieblich (born about 1876 in Austria) immigrated
between 1888-1892. She settled in Pittsburgh and married Israel Isaac
Rosenblatt (brother of Henry). She died childless in 1932. According to a
letter written by my ggg-grandfather, she had a wealthy brother who had many
children. Could it have been Pincus? I have yet to locate other children
besides the three mentioned above.

If anyone knows anything about the LIEBLICH family, I would greatly
appreciate hearing >from you. Please respond privately.

I would like to take this opportunity to wish one and all a very Happy
Pesach.

Best regards,
Linda Silverman Shefler
Cary, NC
linsilv@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen LIEBLICH Family with Polish, Pittsburgh, Providence Connections #general

Linda Shefler <linsilv@...>
 

I am trying to locate anyone who is a descendant of or researching the
family of Pincus [Peter] LIEBLICH. I have strong reason to believe that he
was the brother of my gg-grandmother Rachel LIEBLICH.

Rachel Lieblich (daughter of Yosef and Ester) born about 1849 (in
Austria-Hungary/Poland) married Henry [Haim Naftali] Rosenblatt +/-1866.
Their children were: Feitel; Szymon; Hesh/Hirsh; Rivka; Solomon; Leah;
Charles; Bernard; David and Benjamin. They immigrated about 1871 and
settled initially in Pittsburgh, before relocating to Providence. Rachel
died in 1889 in Providence.

Pincus Lieblich (born about 1857) was married to Rose (born about 1862) and
their children were: Samuel (born about 1881); Jacob (born about 1878) and
Herman (born about 1886).

I found a ship's manifest showing them arriving in the US on 24 Jul 1886. I
doubt that was their first trip as Pincus was naturalized in Allegheny
County in 1889 and according to records; both Jacob and Herman were born in
Providence, RI.

There is the following listing in the 1890 Pittsburgh directory:

Name: Peter Lieblich
Location 1: 349 Fifth Avenue
Occupation: pictures
Year: 1890
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA

He is also listed in the 1910 Pittsburgh census.

I've found Jacob Lieblich born in 1881 in Providence; died in 1964 in Los
Angeles. In 1920 and 1930 he was married to Belle and living in Cleveland.

I've found Herman Lieblich born in 1886 in Providence; son of Peter and
Rachel Lieblich.

The reason I'm so sure that there is a connection between Pincus and my
gg-grandmother is the Pittsburgh Providence connection as well as the fact
that both Pincus and Henry ROSENBLATT (my gg-grandfather) were picture
framers.

There was also Sarah Lieblich (born about 1876 in Austria) immigrated
between 1888-1892. She settled in Pittsburgh and married Israel Isaac
Rosenblatt (brother of Henry). She died childless in 1932. According to a
letter written by my ggg-grandfather, she had a wealthy brother who had many
children. Could it have been Pincus? I have yet to locate other children
besides the three mentioned above.

If anyone knows anything about the LIEBLICH family, I would greatly
appreciate hearing >from you. Please respond privately.

I would like to take this opportunity to wish one and all a very Happy
Pesach.

Best regards,
Linda Silverman Shefler
Cary, NC
linsilv@...


Help with Idea's? #southafrica

russell
 

Dear JewishGenners
Having drawn a blank in Latvia (no records exist for 1879), spoken to every
living relative, have trawled every page on the SAfrica SIG and many of the
linked resources and still have no solid leads to work on, so I am turning
to this group for some Idea's

I am looking for information about our South African BERNSTEIN family. They
originated in Dvinsk/DAUGAVPILS, Latvia.

Perets and Lily Bernstein >from Latvia had at least one son who went to
England around 1900. Hyman BERNSTEIN (1879-1943) he married Yetta and had 3
children Percy, Rachel Leah and Bernard.

Another son born went to South Africa (via England), we know that this
brother was married (not sure if in UK or SA) we also know that the family
where still in South Africa in the early 50's this is the family we are
trying to locate.

Did the Jewish immigrants in SA live in communities or have burial societies
from the old country similar to other worldwide communities, if so do
records exist?

Where do I go >from here? I am considering writing to every BERNSTEIN in the
South African phone book! unless anyone can give me other avenues to explore
first. .

Russell Vaughan
Malaga
SPAIN


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Help with Idea's? #southafrica

russell
 

Dear JewishGenners
Having drawn a blank in Latvia (no records exist for 1879), spoken to every
living relative, have trawled every page on the SAfrica SIG and many of the
linked resources and still have no solid leads to work on, so I am turning
to this group for some Idea's

I am looking for information about our South African BERNSTEIN family. They
originated in Dvinsk/DAUGAVPILS, Latvia.

Perets and Lily Bernstein >from Latvia had at least one son who went to
England around 1900. Hyman BERNSTEIN (1879-1943) he married Yetta and had 3
children Percy, Rachel Leah and Bernard.

Another son born went to South Africa (via England), we know that this
brother was married (not sure if in UK or SA) we also know that the family
where still in South Africa in the early 50's this is the family we are
trying to locate.

Did the Jewish immigrants in SA live in communities or have burial societies
from the old country similar to other worldwide communities, if so do
records exist?

Where do I go >from here? I am considering writing to every BERNSTEIN in the
South African phone book! unless anyone can give me other avenues to explore
first. .

Russell Vaughan
Malaga
SPAIN


Hans Ludwig JAFFE 1915-1984 #germany

David Blank <rmjb@...>
 

It now turns out that Hans JAFFE was born as Hans L. COHN on
14-05-1915 in Frankfurt.

Later in life he took his mother's name, JAFFE

Hans JAFFE's great-grandfather was Heinrich GRAETZ (1817-1891). He
died on 24 juli 1984, without children.

He is not the first to have adopted the JAFFE name and sent
researchers on goose chases!

Now I need to find out who his mother was. Any help would be appreciated.

David Blank Jerusalem <rmjb@...>


German SIG #Germany Hans Ludwig JAFFE 1915-1984 #germany

David Blank <rmjb@...>
 

It now turns out that Hans JAFFE was born as Hans L. COHN on
14-05-1915 in Frankfurt.

Later in life he took his mother's name, JAFFE

Hans JAFFE's great-grandfather was Heinrich GRAETZ (1817-1891). He
died on 24 juli 1984, without children.

He is not the first to have adopted the JAFFE name and sent
researchers on goose chases!

Now I need to find out who his mother was. Any help would be appreciated.

David Blank Jerusalem <rmjb@...>


new techniques in family search #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...>
 

I'm looking for an article of Schelley Talalay Dardatshi
www.ynetnews.com/articles/0.7340._-3223966.00html

but can't open it Very best

H M unger St. Gallen Switz. <hans-martinunger@...>


German SIG #Germany new techniques in family search #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...>
 

I'm looking for an article of Schelley Talalay Dardatshi
www.ynetnews.com/articles/0.7340._-3223966.00html

but can't open it Very best

H M unger St. Gallen Switz. <hans-martinunger@...>


Hand Ludwig JAFFE 1915-1984 #germany

David Blank <rmjb@...>
 

I seeking info on Hans Ludwig JAFFE as I am trying to establish to
which branch of the JAFFE family he belongs.

Born May 14, 1915, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany; emigrated to
Netherlands, 1933; died in 1984, in Amsterdam, Netherlands; son of
Franz and Olga JAFFE; married Elly FREEM, August 16, 1947 .

I believe that he escaped Germany in 1933 to Holland. Later he fled
to Lucerne, Switzerland to join his parents.

After the war he returned to Amsterdam and was a director of the
Stedelijk Museum and later the Jewish Historical Museum. Thank you. Chag Sameah.

David Blank Jerusalem <rmjb@...>


German SIG #Germany Hand Ludwig JAFFE 1915-1984 #germany

David Blank <rmjb@...>
 

I seeking info on Hans Ludwig JAFFE as I am trying to establish to
which branch of the JAFFE family he belongs.

Born May 14, 1915, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany; emigrated to
Netherlands, 1933; died in 1984, in Amsterdam, Netherlands; son of
Franz and Olga JAFFE; married Elly FREEM, August 16, 1947 .

I believe that he escaped Germany in 1933 to Holland. Later he fled
to Lucerne, Switzerland to join his parents.

After the war he returned to Amsterdam and was a director of the
Stedelijk Museum and later the Jewish Historical Museum. Thank you. Chag Sameah.

David Blank Jerusalem <rmjb@...>


LIEBLICH Family with Polish, Pittsburgh, Providence Connections #poland

Linda Shefler <linsilv@...>
 

I am trying to locate anyone who is a descendant of or researching the
family of Pincus [Peter] LIEBLICH. I have strong reason to believe that
he was the brother of my gg-grandmother Rachel LIEBLICH.

Rachel Lieblich (daughter of Yosef and Ester) born about 1849 (in
Austria-Hungary/Poland) married Henry [Haim Naftali] Rosenblatt +/-1866.
Their children were: Feitel; Szymon; Hesh/Hirsh; Rivka; Solomon; Leah;
Charles; Bernard; David and Benjamin. They immigrated about 1871 and
settled initially in Pittsburgh, before relocating to Providence. Rachel
died in 1889 in Providence.

Pincus Lieblich (born about 1857) was married to Rose (born about 1862) and
their children were: Samuel (born about 1881); Jacob (born about 1878) and
Herman (born about 1886).

I found a ship's manifest showing them arriving in the US on 24 Jul 1886.
I doubt that was their first trip as Pincus was naturalized in Allegheny
County in 1889 and according to records; both Jacob and Herman were born in
Providence, RI.

There is the following listing in the 1890 Pittsburgh directory:

Name: Peter Lieblich
Location 1: 349 Fifth Avenue
Occupation: pictures
Year: 1890
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA

He is also listed in the 1910 Pittsburgh census.

I've found Jacob Lieblich born in 1881 in Providence; died in 1964 in Los
Angeles. In 1920 and 1930 he was married to Belle and living in Cleveland.

I've found Herman Lieblich born in 1886 in Providence; son of Peter and
Rachel Lieblich.

The reason I'm so sure that there is a connection between Pincus and my
gg-grandmother is the Pittsburgh Providence connection as well as the fact
that both Pincus and Henry ROSENBLATT (my gg-grandfather) were picture
framers.

There was also Sarah Lieblich (born about 1876 in Austria) immigrated
between 1888-1892. She settled in Pittsburgh and married Israel Isaac
Rosenblatt (brother of Henry). She died childless in 1932. According to a
letter written by my ggg-grandfather, she had a wealthy brother who had many
children. Could it have been Pincus? I have yet to locate other children
besides the three mentioned above.

If anyone knows anything about the LIEBLICH family, I would greatly
appreciate hearing >from you. Please respond privately.

I would like to take this opportunity to wish one and all a very Happy
Pesach.

Best regards,
Linda Silverman Shefler
Cary, NC
linsilv@...


JRI Poland #Poland LIEBLICH Family with Polish, Pittsburgh, Providence Connections #poland

Linda Shefler <linsilv@...>
 

I am trying to locate anyone who is a descendant of or researching the
family of Pincus [Peter] LIEBLICH. I have strong reason to believe that
he was the brother of my gg-grandmother Rachel LIEBLICH.

Rachel Lieblich (daughter of Yosef and Ester) born about 1849 (in
Austria-Hungary/Poland) married Henry [Haim Naftali] Rosenblatt +/-1866.
Their children were: Feitel; Szymon; Hesh/Hirsh; Rivka; Solomon; Leah;
Charles; Bernard; David and Benjamin. They immigrated about 1871 and
settled initially in Pittsburgh, before relocating to Providence. Rachel
died in 1889 in Providence.

Pincus Lieblich (born about 1857) was married to Rose (born about 1862) and
their children were: Samuel (born about 1881); Jacob (born about 1878) and
Herman (born about 1886).

I found a ship's manifest showing them arriving in the US on 24 Jul 1886.
I doubt that was their first trip as Pincus was naturalized in Allegheny
County in 1889 and according to records; both Jacob and Herman were born in
Providence, RI.

There is the following listing in the 1890 Pittsburgh directory:

Name: Peter Lieblich
Location 1: 349 Fifth Avenue
Occupation: pictures
Year: 1890
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA

He is also listed in the 1910 Pittsburgh census.

I've found Jacob Lieblich born in 1881 in Providence; died in 1964 in Los
Angeles. In 1920 and 1930 he was married to Belle and living in Cleveland.

I've found Herman Lieblich born in 1886 in Providence; son of Peter and
Rachel Lieblich.

The reason I'm so sure that there is a connection between Pincus and my
gg-grandmother is the Pittsburgh Providence connection as well as the fact
that both Pincus and Henry ROSENBLATT (my gg-grandfather) were picture
framers.

There was also Sarah Lieblich (born about 1876 in Austria) immigrated
between 1888-1892. She settled in Pittsburgh and married Israel Isaac
Rosenblatt (brother of Henry). She died childless in 1932. According to a
letter written by my ggg-grandfather, she had a wealthy brother who had many
children. Could it have been Pincus? I have yet to locate other children
besides the three mentioned above.

If anyone knows anything about the LIEBLICH family, I would greatly
appreciate hearing >from you. Please respond privately.

I would like to take this opportunity to wish one and all a very Happy
Pesach.

Best regards,
Linda Silverman Shefler
Cary, NC
linsilv@...


Translation help please - ViewMate #germany

Michelle Barnea <mabconsultants@...>
 

Hello,
I have posted 2 items on viewmate for the first time. They are two pages
from a letter that was written by my grandmother in German. The center of
page one bled through to the back and is difficult to read, but I would
appreciate any translation that can be completed.A0 Here are the links to:

Lina p.1 and Lina p.2. Thank you in advance. Please respond to me privately.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key3D7726
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key3D7727

Michelle Barnea mabconsultants@... [City ? State ? ]

MODERATOR REMINDER- City and State of residence are
required on any future email to this list.


German SIG #Germany Translation help please - ViewMate #germany

Michelle Barnea <mabconsultants@...>
 

Hello,
I have posted 2 items on viewmate for the first time. They are two pages
from a letter that was written by my grandmother in German. The center of
page one bled through to the back and is difficult to read, but I would
appreciate any translation that can be completed.A0 Here are the links to:

Lina p.1 and Lina p.2. Thank you in advance. Please respond to me privately.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key3D7726
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key3D7727

Michelle Barnea mabconsultants@... [City ? State ? ]

MODERATOR REMINDER- City and State of residence are
required on any future email to this list.


Re: VOGEL #austria-czech

Fritz Neubauer
 

Geoff wrote:

Subject: Looking for ancestors in Vienna
3. Teme SCHON, who was born in Lemberg about 1865. She married in Lemberg
in 1896 Mozes Jozef VOGEL, the son of Eizyg and Sara Vogel. Their children
were:


The newly republished Memorial book on the Austrian Deportees to
Theresienstadt has the following listing:

VOGEL, Teme
born 01 Aug 1865
deported >from Vienna to Theresienstadt with transport IV/10 on 11 Sept 1942
liberated in Theresienstadt

Let me know if you would like the documentation

with kind regards

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: VOGEL #austria-czech

Fritz Neubauer
 

Geoff wrote:

Subject: Looking for ancestors in Vienna
3. Teme SCHON, who was born in Lemberg about 1865. She married in Lemberg
in 1896 Mozes Jozef VOGEL, the son of Eizyg and Sara Vogel. Their children
were:


The newly republished Memorial book on the Austrian Deportees to
Theresienstadt has the following listing:

VOGEL, Teme
born 01 Aug 1865
deported >from Vienna to Theresienstadt with transport IV/10 on 11 Sept 1942
liberated in Theresienstadt

Let me know if you would like the documentation

with kind regards

Fritz Neubauer, North Germany


INTRO - researching STERN, ROSENDAHL, PLAUT from Wehrda #germany

E Roth <tooter.ted@...>
 

Hello GerSig,
I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for
dozen years or so. I consider myself to be an intermediate in doing
German Jewish Genealogy research. I live in rural Connecticut in the U.S.
My native language is English. I consider myself expert in using a computer.
My experience in using the Internet for genealogy is intermediate.

I have a special interest in the community of German Jews who settled
in Hartford, CT. My GGG Grandfather Solomon STERN came >from Wehrda
and died in Hartford in 1860. Four of his sons also emigrated and
were leaders in the Jewish community there, and my research includes
major corrections to the published records concerning this family.
My G Grandmother, Julia STERN, married Charles ROSENDAHL (later
ROSENTHAL) who came >from Frankfort. He served in the Civil War and
was First Selectman of Hartford when he died in 1902. His father,
Henry ROSENDAHL also came to the US and settled in NYC, but I know
almost nothing about him and have found few records. Numerous family
members intermarried with PLAUTs also >from Wehrda.

I'm also interested in connections between the German Jewish
community in Hartford and in Newark, NJ.

Within the next year or two I hope to make a journey to Wehrda and Frankfort
and am interested in any advice regarding research as I plan this trip.

Emery Roth Washington Depot, CT <tooter.ted@...>


German SIG #Germany INTRO - researching STERN, ROSENDAHL, PLAUT from Wehrda #germany

E Roth <tooter.ted@...>
 

Hello GerSig,
I just joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for
dozen years or so. I consider myself to be an intermediate in doing
German Jewish Genealogy research. I live in rural Connecticut in the U.S.
My native language is English. I consider myself expert in using a computer.
My experience in using the Internet for genealogy is intermediate.

I have a special interest in the community of German Jews who settled
in Hartford, CT. My GGG Grandfather Solomon STERN came >from Wehrda
and died in Hartford in 1860. Four of his sons also emigrated and
were leaders in the Jewish community there, and my research includes
major corrections to the published records concerning this family.
My G Grandmother, Julia STERN, married Charles ROSENDAHL (later
ROSENTHAL) who came >from Frankfort. He served in the Civil War and
was First Selectman of Hartford when he died in 1902. His father,
Henry ROSENDAHL also came to the US and settled in NYC, but I know
almost nothing about him and have found few records. Numerous family
members intermarried with PLAUTs also >from Wehrda.

I'm also interested in connections between the German Jewish
community in Hartford and in Newark, NJ.

Within the next year or two I hope to make a journey to Wehrda and Frankfort
and am interested in any advice regarding research as I plan this trip.

Emery Roth Washington Depot, CT <tooter.ted@...>


GEDALOWITZ Search adding name NOJOWITZ #general

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

Many, many thanks to all who have written and helped to try to find the
GEDALOWITZ (any spelling) family. A new note: there is another surname
associated and that is NOJOWITZ (also any spelling.) If this one rings a
bell >from anyone, please let me hear >from you.

Again our thanks and wishes for A Very Happy Pesach! HAAG SAMEACH!

Rachelle Leaf Berliner
Savannah, GA
rlberliner@...

Searching:

LIEBERMAN/LOW(Samson,)patronymic-LEAF and AIN(Alter Neome/Nechamah)/ >from
Szvistrich/Swislowitz/Swisloch, Bialystok, Russia to NY to Savannah),
Joseph Osher LEV/LEAF/LIFSCHITZ/LOW(V) or LIEBERMAN (Odessa Region)
BERLINER/SEIDLER/SIDLER/ZAIDLER/STEIN (Warsaw, Goworowo, Lodz, Ostrolenka to
NY to Savannah)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen GEDALOWITZ Search adding name NOJOWITZ #general

Rachelle Berliner <rlberliner@...>
 

Many, many thanks to all who have written and helped to try to find the
GEDALOWITZ (any spelling) family. A new note: there is another surname
associated and that is NOJOWITZ (also any spelling.) If this one rings a
bell >from anyone, please let me hear >from you.

Again our thanks and wishes for A Very Happy Pesach! HAAG SAMEACH!

Rachelle Leaf Berliner
Savannah, GA
rlberliner@...

Searching:

LIEBERMAN/LOW(Samson,)patronymic-LEAF and AIN(Alter Neome/Nechamah)/ >from
Szvistrich/Swislowitz/Swisloch, Bialystok, Russia to NY to Savannah),
Joseph Osher LEV/LEAF/LIFSCHITZ/LOW(V) or LIEBERMAN (Odessa Region)
BERLINER/SEIDLER/SIDLER/ZAIDLER/STEIN (Warsaw, Goworowo, Lodz, Ostrolenka to
NY to Savannah)