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searching for SCHLACHMAN family--Philadelphia #general

Ben Weinstock
 

Dear group,

I am looking for descendents of the Charles SCHLACHMAN
family of Philadelphia. They show up in the 1920
census. Wife was Minnie, kids were Ben, Dora, Bally
(?), and Henry or Harry.

Please reply privately.

Sincerely
Ben Weinstock
NY
bwpt at yahoo dot com


searching for CHANDRITZKY (changed to GORDON) #general

Ben Weinstock
 

Dear group,

I am searching for the CHANDRITZKY family >from Seletz,
near Narodichi, Volhynia gubernia. Some relatives came
to America around 1915-1920 and changed the name to
GORDON.

Please reply privately.

Sincerely
Ben Weinstock
NY
bwpt at yahoo dot com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen searching for SCHLACHMAN family--Philadelphia #general

Ben Weinstock
 

Dear group,

I am looking for descendents of the Charles SCHLACHMAN
family of Philadelphia. They show up in the 1920
census. Wife was Minnie, kids were Ben, Dora, Bally
(?), and Henry or Harry.

Please reply privately.

Sincerely
Ben Weinstock
NY
bwpt at yahoo dot com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen searching for CHANDRITZKY (changed to GORDON) #general

Ben Weinstock
 

Dear group,

I am searching for the CHANDRITZKY family >from Seletz,
near Narodichi, Volhynia gubernia. Some relatives came
to America around 1915-1920 and changed the name to
GORDON.

Please reply privately.

Sincerely
Ben Weinstock
NY
bwpt at yahoo dot com


1937 Poland Business, School, and Organizational Directory #lodz #poland

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

A 1937 business, school, and organizational directory covering various
cities throughout Poland (Ksiega adresowa Polski: przemyslu, handlu,
finansow, szkolnictwa, wolnych zawodow i organizacji spolecznych) is
available online >from the Digital Library of Zielona Gora at
http://zbc.uz.zgora.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=3496, and can be searched at
www.kalter.org/search. For many of the cities, this is the latest online
directory >from before WWII that I am aware of. Thanks very much to Jaroslaw
Gramacki of the University of Zielona Gora for providing extra images needed
to make the directory searchable. (There are instructions for using the
search engine in the introductory section of the search webpage and in the
FAQ at www.kalter.org/searchfaq.html.)

The following cities are included, the numbers indicating the first images
(in the Digital Library's presentation) on which their entries can be found.

950 Bedzin
1140 Bialystok
1006 Chelmno
864 Czyzow Szlachecki
985 Grajewo
1171 Horochow
862 Janow Lubelski (miasto i powiat)
977 Jaslo
867 Jozefow n. Wisla
1159 Kalisz
868 Kazimierz Dolny
940 Kowel
1172 Krakow
863 Krasnik
980 Kutno
983 Leczyca
866 Lezajsk
869 Lipsko
1014 Lodz
844 Luck
854 Lukow
875 Lwow
866 Nisko
978 Nowy Sacz
996 Nowy Targ
1008 Olkusz
864 Opatow (miasto i powiat)
868 Opole Lubelskie
997 Oswiecim
1127 Otwock
1010 Pabjanice
946 Piotrkow-Trybunalski
998 Plonsk
761 Poznan
1008 Pruszkow
963 Przemysl
869 Pulawy
999 Rabka
956 Radomsko
867 Rozwadow
867 Rudnik n. Sanem
986 Rypin
864 Rzeczyca Ziemska
865 Sandomierz (miasto i powiat)
935 Siedlce
943 Sokal
987 Sosnowiec
870 Szczebrzeszyn
869 Tarlow
1001 Tarnopol
958 Tarnow
963 Trzebina
39 Warszawa
1132 Wloclawek
857 Wlodzimierz Wolynski
871 Zamosc
1003 Zawiercie
1167 Zgierz
971 Zloczow
973 Zolkiew
874 Zwierzyniec
974 Zywiec

Please let me know if this helps you. Thanks very much and best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland 1937 Poland Business, School, and Organizational Directory #poland #lodz

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

A 1937 business, school, and organizational directory covering various
cities throughout Poland (Ksiega adresowa Polski: przemyslu, handlu,
finansow, szkolnictwa, wolnych zawodow i organizacji spolecznych) is
available online >from the Digital Library of Zielona Gora at
http://zbc.uz.zgora.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=3496, and can be searched at
www.kalter.org/search. For many of the cities, this is the latest online
directory >from before WWII that I am aware of. Thanks very much to Jaroslaw
Gramacki of the University of Zielona Gora for providing extra images needed
to make the directory searchable. (There are instructions for using the
search engine in the introductory section of the search webpage and in the
FAQ at www.kalter.org/searchfaq.html.)

The following cities are included, the numbers indicating the first images
(in the Digital Library's presentation) on which their entries can be found.

950 Bedzin
1140 Bialystok
1006 Chelmno
864 Czyzow Szlachecki
985 Grajewo
1171 Horochow
862 Janow Lubelski (miasto i powiat)
977 Jaslo
867 Jozefow n. Wisla
1159 Kalisz
868 Kazimierz Dolny
940 Kowel
1172 Krakow
863 Krasnik
980 Kutno
983 Leczyca
866 Lezajsk
869 Lipsko
1014 Lodz
844 Luck
854 Lukow
875 Lwow
866 Nisko
978 Nowy Sacz
996 Nowy Targ
1008 Olkusz
864 Opatow (miasto i powiat)
868 Opole Lubelskie
997 Oswiecim
1127 Otwock
1010 Pabjanice
946 Piotrkow-Trybunalski
998 Plonsk
761 Poznan
1008 Pruszkow
963 Przemysl
869 Pulawy
999 Rabka
956 Radomsko
867 Rozwadow
867 Rudnik n. Sanem
986 Rypin
864 Rzeczyca Ziemska
865 Sandomierz (miasto i powiat)
935 Siedlce
943 Sokal
987 Sosnowiec
870 Szczebrzeszyn
869 Tarlow
1001 Tarnopol
958 Tarnow
963 Trzebina
39 Warszawa
1132 Wloclawek
857 Wlodzimierz Wolynski
871 Zamosc
1003 Zawiercie
1167 Zgierz
971 Zloczow
973 Zolkiew
874 Zwierzyniec
974 Zywiec

Please let me know if this helps you. Thanks very much and best regards,

Logan Kleinwaks
kleinwaks@alumni.princeton.edu
near Washington, D.C.


Mosiek Zolty #lodz #poland

franck
 

Hi,


In trying to reconstitute my family tree, I am researching a brother of my
grandfather, Moses ZOLTY. The surname is ZOLTY (or Ziolty, Zulty, or Zloty
based on the various spellings prevalent in different members of my family
who came >from different areas). Moses was the son of Yehezkiel ZOLTY
(1859-1939) and of Bruchla ZOLTA (1863-1935). >from the information I have,
he would have died during his military service during World War One
(1914-1918). He lived in Radmosko and therefore would have served in a
division of the army which was conscripted >from that area. I would be very
appreciative if you could help me find out if and how it might be possible
to find out more information either in a military archive or elsewhere.


Thank you and best regards,


Franck d'Almeida-Zolty
France


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Mosiek Zolty #lodz #poland

franck
 

Hi,


In trying to reconstitute my family tree, I am researching a brother of my
grandfather, Moses ZOLTY. The surname is ZOLTY (or Ziolty, Zulty, or Zloty
based on the various spellings prevalent in different members of my family
who came >from different areas). Moses was the son of Yehezkiel ZOLTY
(1859-1939) and of Bruchla ZOLTA (1863-1935). >from the information I have,
he would have died during his military service during World War One
(1914-1918). He lived in Radmosko and therefore would have served in a
division of the army which was conscripted >from that area. I would be very
appreciative if you could help me find out if and how it might be possible
to find out more information either in a military archive or elsewhere.


Thank you and best regards,


Franck d'Almeida-Zolty
France


KORIETZKY-COLUMBUS #general

David P Cohen
 

Sarah (Sonja) KORIETZKY immigrated to Milwaukee in 1912. She later married
and divorced a man named Columbus. In the 1930 Chicago census, Sarah was
listed as a 37-year-old divorced head of household at 421 Crawford Avenue
with her two children Anna (b. 1919) and Jack (b.1921).
She was a shop-keeper (second hand and "antique bric-a-brac) and made
lampshades. She also had a brother named Yankill (Jack)
We'll be grateful for information about her and help in locating her
descendants.

David Cohen
dpcohen@bellsouth.net
Deerfield Beach, Florida


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KORIETZKY-COLUMBUS #general

David P Cohen
 

Sarah (Sonja) KORIETZKY immigrated to Milwaukee in 1912. She later married
and divorced a man named Columbus. In the 1930 Chicago census, Sarah was
listed as a 37-year-old divorced head of household at 421 Crawford Avenue
with her two children Anna (b. 1919) and Jack (b.1921).
She was a shop-keeper (second hand and "antique bric-a-brac) and made
lampshades. She also had a brother named Yankill (Jack)
We'll be grateful for information about her and help in locating her
descendants.

David Cohen
dpcohen@bellsouth.net
Deerfield Beach, Florida


Sommerfield #unitedkingdom

LJTRS@...
 

Hello,

I was hoping someone in this group could help me. I just got back >from a
family wedding and an old relative was telling me how we had a long, lost
relative named Ruth Sommerfield who was taken in WW2 in a kindertransport to
London. She must have been born in the 1930s would be my guess. >from what I was
told she lived in Golders Green and was a school principal. I do not know if
she was ever married but the name Sommerfield is not a family name I am
aware of. Do you have access to any directories in the UK that maybe have been
in the 1960s or 1970s? Maybe there is a listing for her there. Or do you
have any suggestions how else I can try to track her down?

Thanks for your thoughts.
Rishy Savin
Miami, FL USA


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Sommerfield #unitedkingdom

LJTRS@...
 

Hello,

I was hoping someone in this group could help me. I just got back >from a
family wedding and an old relative was telling me how we had a long, lost
relative named Ruth Sommerfield who was taken in WW2 in a kindertransport to
London. She must have been born in the 1930s would be my guess. >from what I was
told she lived in Golders Green and was a school principal. I do not know if
she was ever married but the name Sommerfield is not a family name I am
aware of. Do you have access to any directories in the UK that maybe have been
in the 1960s or 1970s? Maybe there is a listing for her there. Or do you
have any suggestions how else I can try to track her down?

Thanks for your thoughts.
Rishy Savin
Miami, FL USA


Looking to contact PoT submitter SMADJA in Rehovot #general

Yaacov Slizak <yslizak@...>
 

Hi,

I'm interested in establishing contact with Robert and Ida SMADJA or family,
living in Rehovot in 1999. Ida submitted a Page of Testimony for my
G-Grandaunt Sarah SANDAL.

Please respond privately if you can help.

--
Yaacov Slizak
Ennis, Co.Clare, Ireland

SLIZAK, SANDAL, FELDMAN, WOLFSON, ZYLBERKRANTZ, DOMB - Miedzyrzec/Lukow (Pol)
SPOSOB/SPOSEEP - Kurytnycja, Lyuboml (Ukr), Chelm, Dubenka (Pol), USA;
FARBER - Kiyev (Ukr), Argentina; GURFINKEL - Hrubieszow (Pol)
KLEINER/KLEIN - Hrubieszow, Chrzanow, Sieniawa (Pol), UK;
PLOJT, PLOIT - Vladimir Volynskiy, Ozdziutycze, Kovel (Ukr), Argentina;
JAEGER, (Eastern Galicia);


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking to contact PoT submitter SMADJA in Rehovot #general

Yaacov Slizak <yslizak@...>
 

Hi,

I'm interested in establishing contact with Robert and Ida SMADJA or family,
living in Rehovot in 1999. Ida submitted a Page of Testimony for my
G-Grandaunt Sarah SANDAL.

Please respond privately if you can help.

--
Yaacov Slizak
Ennis, Co.Clare, Ireland

SLIZAK, SANDAL, FELDMAN, WOLFSON, ZYLBERKRANTZ, DOMB - Miedzyrzec/Lukow (Pol)
SPOSOB/SPOSEEP - Kurytnycja, Lyuboml (Ukr), Chelm, Dubenka (Pol), USA;
FARBER - Kiyev (Ukr), Argentina; GURFINKEL - Hrubieszow (Pol)
KLEINER/KLEIN - Hrubieszow, Chrzanow, Sieniawa (Pol), UK;
PLOJT, PLOIT - Vladimir Volynskiy, Ozdziutycze, Kovel (Ukr), Argentina;
JAEGER, (Eastern Galicia);


Aviation inventor David SCHWARTZ #general

Nathan Sturman
 

Hello,
Searching US descendants of the Jewish aviation inventor David
SCHWARTZ, c1850-1897, Austro-Hungarian, originaly >from Croatia,
Dalmatia according to some accounts, (his wife was Melanie
Schwartz, apparently of Berlin). I found >from a Japanese
biography that his daughter Bela or Bella SCHWARTZ was educated
in voice by funds of Count Zeppelin's and emmigrated to New
York in the early 20th century and had a very successful
operatic career. Sound familiar to anybody researching SCHWARTZ?

I have my own family's SCHWARTZ research, no relation to the
above though.
Nathan Sturman, researching STURMAN, KAISERMAN, BLACK, SCWARTZ,
MARINOV, MOSS, MAAS, CASH/CASS; Teplyk, Podolia; Uman, Kiev;
Odessa; Karkhov; New York, Ontario, Philadelphia.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Aviation inventor David SCHWARTZ #general

Nathan Sturman
 

Hello,
Searching US descendants of the Jewish aviation inventor David
SCHWARTZ, c1850-1897, Austro-Hungarian, originaly >from Croatia,
Dalmatia according to some accounts, (his wife was Melanie
Schwartz, apparently of Berlin). I found >from a Japanese
biography that his daughter Bela or Bella SCHWARTZ was educated
in voice by funds of Count Zeppelin's and emmigrated to New
York in the early 20th century and had a very successful
operatic career. Sound familiar to anybody researching SCHWARTZ?

I have my own family's SCHWARTZ research, no relation to the
above though.
Nathan Sturman, researching STURMAN, KAISERMAN, BLACK, SCWARTZ,
MARINOV, MOSS, MAAS, CASH/CASS; Teplyk, Podolia; Uman, Kiev;
Odessa; Karkhov; New York, Ontario, Philadelphia.


The Name BONE #unitedkingdom

V2268@...
 

Hello everyone,

My name is Victoria Bennett-Ballard and I lived in California. I lived in New
York City for fifteen years.

Currently, I am researching a number of names. The only one I can trace back
far enough to connect to the U.K. is BONE. The name, according to Robert
Gehlman Bone, who wrote a book on the History of the Bone Family in America evolved
from Normandy, France (and before that probably the "Northmen" or Danish
Vikings). Quite a lot of
"royalty" throughout Europe trace their origins to DE BOHUN. Then the name
began to be listed as "LE BON," which I found in my own direct line of
descendants in Scotland, a place where many Normans and other traders went, I
understand. The name stayed LE BON for some time and then became both BONE and BOONE,
both being pronounced like "Bo-on" or "Bowen" in earlier times. On one website
a woman claimed that the lineage derived >from Seth in the Hebrew Bible. I
don't know where she got that idea, but it made me wonder if the le Bon's I
found, who were wool traders, in Scotland and for a short time in Northern Ireland,
were either Jewish at that time or attendants of merchants. I realize this is
a stretch, most likely.

Other names I am researching are:
BENNETT, JONES, ATTEBERRY, AUBERRY, AUBREY, PRENDERGAS, PENDERGRAFT, VANZANT,
PHILLIPS, MOORE, TELLEZ, NELSON, HOOKER, FREITAS

Victoria Bennett-Ballard


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom The Name BONE #unitedkingdom

V2268@...
 

Hello everyone,

My name is Victoria Bennett-Ballard and I lived in California. I lived in New
York City for fifteen years.

Currently, I am researching a number of names. The only one I can trace back
far enough to connect to the U.K. is BONE. The name, according to Robert
Gehlman Bone, who wrote a book on the History of the Bone Family in America evolved
from Normandy, France (and before that probably the "Northmen" or Danish
Vikings). Quite a lot of
"royalty" throughout Europe trace their origins to DE BOHUN. Then the name
began to be listed as "LE BON," which I found in my own direct line of
descendants in Scotland, a place where many Normans and other traders went, I
understand. The name stayed LE BON for some time and then became both BONE and BOONE,
both being pronounced like "Bo-on" or "Bowen" in earlier times. On one website
a woman claimed that the lineage derived >from Seth in the Hebrew Bible. I
don't know where she got that idea, but it made me wonder if the le Bon's I
found, who were wool traders, in Scotland and for a short time in Northern Ireland,
were either Jewish at that time or attendants of merchants. I realize this is
a stretch, most likely.

Other names I am researching are:
BENNETT, JONES, ATTEBERRY, AUBERRY, AUBREY, PRENDERGAS, PENDERGRAFT, VANZANT,
PHILLIPS, MOORE, TELLEZ, NELSON, HOOKER, FREITAS

Victoria Bennett-Ballard


Family web page lists 6486 individuals #general

Sally Goodman <sbgoody@...>
 

I accidentally came across the SALAMON family web page which lists 6486
individual names, 2207 families and 1477 surnames >from A-Z. It is quite an
impressive website, >www.salamon.net< filled with Sephardic and Ashkenazi
names I have seen over and over again on JewishGen.

I know nothing about this family or this website. What I do know is you
might want to take a look to see if your family name is included.

Sally Goodman
Palm Springs/LA, CA
sbgoody@usa.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Family web page lists 6486 individuals #general

Sally Goodman <sbgoody@...>
 

I accidentally came across the SALAMON family web page which lists 6486
individual names, 2207 families and 1477 surnames >from A-Z. It is quite an
impressive website, >www.salamon.net< filled with Sephardic and Ashkenazi
names I have seen over and over again on JewishGen.

I know nothing about this family or this website. What I do know is you
might want to take a look to see if your family name is included.

Sally Goodman
Palm Springs/LA, CA
sbgoody@usa.net