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Legislative Update on New Jersey and Rhode Island #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners:

This is an informational update on New Jersey and Rhode Island pending
legislation that if enacted would severely limit access to vital records
(birth, marriage and death records).

The IAJGS Public Records Monitoring and Access Committee monitors
legislation that impacts access to vital genealogical records (birth,
marriage, death) and census. In that vein I am alerting you to several
bills recently introduced in Rhode Island that *may* impact access to vital
records and update on the pending legislation AB 1390 in New Jersey which
would remove vital records (birth, marriage, domestic partnership and death
records) >from the definition of public records, thereby making access to
such records very difficult, if not impossible.

New Jersey

New Jersey A 1390 has not yet had the second reading on the Assembly floor
due to the great response >from the genealogical community in contacting
their New Jersey legislators, the sponsors of the bill *and* the Speaker of
the Assembly who controls when the bill will be heard. Thank you for all
you have done so far!

The main sponsor, Assemblywoman Quigley has responded
to many who wrote to her and has promised to amend the bill- however, we
have not yet seen the language. It appears as if the earliest the bill can
be heard on the Assembly floor for second reading is March 16, however, it
may not be heard until May as there will only be budget bills heard in
April. This means there is still time to contact the legislators, the
sponsors and speaker, to remind them of our concerns until the
bill is actually amended to address our concerns.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island H6951, H6952 S2268 and S 2270 have been introduced, and
assigned to the respective Judiciary Committees but to date there are no
hearings scheduled. We are not certain if the sponsors' intent is to include
vital records in removing certain records and information from
being deemed public records, therefore, we need to let the legislators,
sponsors and Judiciary chairmen know of our concerns and amend the bills to
make certain that vital records are included in the definition of public
records.

An update on legislation affecting access to vital records in New Jersey and
Rhode Island has been posted to the IAJGS website. IAJGS has prepared model
letters for people to write to the bills sponsors and their state
legislators about accessing vital records and genealogical copies of vital
records. You can access this and more information on the bills, including
how to find your legislator and the addresses of the legislators on the
IAJGS website, www.IAJGS.org, go to the middle of the page click on
either the "newspaper boy extra" icon or
where it says "For the latest on pending legislation, click *here*".

The New Jersey and Rhode Island bills cited above are PDF files, therefore,
to read them it is necessary to install Adobe Acrobat Reader on your
computer which is available for free by accessing the site at:
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readermain.html.

If you have any questions about the above, please contact me.

Jan Meisels Allen, director IAJGS and
Chairperson, Public Records Access and Monitoring Committee


Louisiana archives inventory, 1941 #general

bik <kooshb9341@...>
 

FYI
I spotted this book title in Heritage Quest

"Inventory of the church and synagogue archives of Louisiana"
University, La.: Dept. of Archives, Louisiana State University, 1941,
205 pgs.

It includes "Jewish Congregations and Archives" and with a Foreword by
Rabbi Emil W. Leipziger, Touro Syn., New Orleans.

--
Bernard Kouchel
kooshb9341@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Legislative Update on New Jersey and Rhode Island #general

jan meisels allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners:

This is an informational update on New Jersey and Rhode Island pending
legislation that if enacted would severely limit access to vital records
(birth, marriage and death records).

The IAJGS Public Records Monitoring and Access Committee monitors
legislation that impacts access to vital genealogical records (birth,
marriage, death) and census. In that vein I am alerting you to several
bills recently introduced in Rhode Island that *may* impact access to vital
records and update on the pending legislation AB 1390 in New Jersey which
would remove vital records (birth, marriage, domestic partnership and death
records) >from the definition of public records, thereby making access to
such records very difficult, if not impossible.

New Jersey

New Jersey A 1390 has not yet had the second reading on the Assembly floor
due to the great response >from the genealogical community in contacting
their New Jersey legislators, the sponsors of the bill *and* the Speaker of
the Assembly who controls when the bill will be heard. Thank you for all
you have done so far!

The main sponsor, Assemblywoman Quigley has responded
to many who wrote to her and has promised to amend the bill- however, we
have not yet seen the language. It appears as if the earliest the bill can
be heard on the Assembly floor for second reading is March 16, however, it
may not be heard until May as there will only be budget bills heard in
April. This means there is still time to contact the legislators, the
sponsors and speaker, to remind them of our concerns until the
bill is actually amended to address our concerns.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island H6951, H6952 S2268 and S 2270 have been introduced, and
assigned to the respective Judiciary Committees but to date there are no
hearings scheduled. We are not certain if the sponsors' intent is to include
vital records in removing certain records and information from
being deemed public records, therefore, we need to let the legislators,
sponsors and Judiciary chairmen know of our concerns and amend the bills to
make certain that vital records are included in the definition of public
records.

An update on legislation affecting access to vital records in New Jersey and
Rhode Island has been posted to the IAJGS website. IAJGS has prepared model
letters for people to write to the bills sponsors and their state
legislators about accessing vital records and genealogical copies of vital
records. You can access this and more information on the bills, including
how to find your legislator and the addresses of the legislators on the
IAJGS website, www.IAJGS.org, go to the middle of the page click on
either the "newspaper boy extra" icon or
where it says "For the latest on pending legislation, click *here*".

The New Jersey and Rhode Island bills cited above are PDF files, therefore,
to read them it is necessary to install Adobe Acrobat Reader on your
computer which is available for free by accessing the site at:
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readermain.html.

If you have any questions about the above, please contact me.

Jan Meisels Allen, director IAJGS and
Chairperson, Public Records Access and Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Louisiana archives inventory, 1941 #general

bik <kooshb9341@...>
 

FYI
I spotted this book title in Heritage Quest

"Inventory of the church and synagogue archives of Louisiana"
University, La.: Dept. of Archives, Louisiana State University, 1941,
205 pgs.

It includes "Jewish Congregations and Archives" and with a Foreword by
Rabbi Emil W. Leipziger, Touro Syn., New Orleans.

--
Bernard Kouchel
kooshb9341@...


Translation Needed re: Page of Testimony in Russian & Hebrew #general

Howard Orenstein
 

Dear Genners,
If you can read Russian and Hebrew, and are familiar with addresses in Israel,
I sure can use your help. Below is a link to a Page of Testimony that I found at
Yad Vashem online. It is my for my uncle who died in 1943. I am trying to
determine the name and address of the submitter, as it might be a relative of
mine, or perhaps someone who knows/knew my relative(s), whom I never have met.
Thanks for all your help.

Link to Page of Testimony:

http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/Psychology/HBO/AizikDerkautzan.jpg

--
Howard Orenstein
Westminster,MD
horenstein@...
Explore Your Jewish Heritage in Wyszkow,Poland:
http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/Psychology/HBO/JHWyszkow3.html
Searching for:
ORENSTEIN -- Serock, Wyszkow, Pultusk, Plonsk, Poland
HOLLAND (GOLAND), PIENIEK, OSTROWIAK -- Serock, Wyszkow, Poland
BLUM (BLOOM) -- Wyszkow, Poland; London, England
DERKAUTZAN, CUMPAN -- Soroca (Bessarabia), Romania

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation Needed re: Page of Testimony in Russian & Hebrew #general

Howard Orenstein
 

Dear Genners,
If you can read Russian and Hebrew, and are familiar with addresses in Israel,
I sure can use your help. Below is a link to a Page of Testimony that I found at
Yad Vashem online. It is my for my uncle who died in 1943. I am trying to
determine the name and address of the submitter, as it might be a relative of
mine, or perhaps someone who knows/knew my relative(s), whom I never have met.
Thanks for all your help.

Link to Page of Testimony:

http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/Psychology/HBO/AizikDerkautzan.jpg

--
Howard Orenstein
Westminster,MD
horenstein@...
Explore Your Jewish Heritage in Wyszkow,Poland:
http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/Psychology/HBO/JHWyszkow3.html
Searching for:
ORENSTEIN -- Serock, Wyszkow, Pultusk, Plonsk, Poland
HOLLAND (GOLAND), PIENIEK, OSTROWIAK -- Serock, Wyszkow, Poland
BLUM (BLOOM) -- Wyszkow, Poland; London, England
DERKAUTZAN, CUMPAN -- Soroca (Bessarabia), Romania

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


[Clothing + Fashion] Jewish owned business in Berlin 1938-39 - BOOK CITE #germany

Goldschmidt
 

Dear Gersigers,
I own the book "Berliner Konfektion und Mode, 1836-1939 Die Zerstoerung
einer Tradition" ( Berlin Clothing & Fashion, the destruction of a tradition
1836-1939) by Uwe Westphal with information about the jewish clothing
manufacturers in Berlin. Just call. Shalom from

Joseph Goldschmidt in Israel <goldsmit@...>

MODERATOR NOTE: A list of researched names was deleted by the Moderator.
We include lists of names ** with towns ** being researched in INTRO messages
from new members. Researching lists of names with towns are included when
the list is clearly related to the content of the message. Lists of names
without towns of origin are deleted >from messages. Please read "FAQ" N.17 by
Warren Blatt which states: "... doing surname matches alone is not
always productive. Geography matches are often more important than the surname
matches." http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html#Names MOD1


German SIG #Germany [Clothing + Fashion] Jewish owned business in Berlin 1938-39 - BOOK CITE #germany

Goldschmidt
 

Dear Gersigers,
I own the book "Berliner Konfektion und Mode, 1836-1939 Die Zerstoerung
einer Tradition" ( Berlin Clothing & Fashion, the destruction of a tradition
1836-1939) by Uwe Westphal with information about the jewish clothing
manufacturers in Berlin. Just call. Shalom from

Joseph Goldschmidt in Israel <goldsmit@...>

MODERATOR NOTE: A list of researched names was deleted by the Moderator.
We include lists of names ** with towns ** being researched in INTRO messages
from new members. Researching lists of names with towns are included when
the list is clearly related to the content of the message. Lists of names
without towns of origin are deleted >from messages. Please read "FAQ" N.17 by
Warren Blatt which states: "... doing surname matches alone is not
always productive. Geography matches are often more important than the surname
matches." http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html#Names MOD1


Re: Cotopaxi - Thank you #general

Janette Silverman <jsilverman@...>
 

Thank you so much to all of you who replied to the list and privately
regarding my question about Cotopaxi - I am forwarding all of your
answers to my friend Rachel - thanks for indulging her curiosity - the
history of the area was fascinating!

Janette Silverman
Phoenix, AZ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Cotopaxi - Thank you #general

Janette Silverman <jsilverman@...>
 

Thank you so much to all of you who replied to the list and privately
regarding my question about Cotopaxi - I am forwarding all of your
answers to my friend Rachel - thanks for indulging her curiosity - the
history of the area was fascinating!

Janette Silverman
Phoenix, AZ


SITE CITE - Berlin buisness directory on line #germany

Andreas J Schwab <andreas.schwab@...>
 

Isabella,
The Berlin directories are _online_, so it does not matter where you
live, as long as you have access to the Internet. You will have to have
Java installed; a high-speed Internet connection and a basic knowledge
of German would be helpful. Go to:
http://adressbuch.zlb.de/
To start a search, cilck on "Suche in den Berliner Adressbuchern"
Then click on HILFE or on ZUSATZINFORMATIONEN to get instructions in
German and English

Andreas Schwab, suburban Montreal, Canada. email: andreas.schwab@...


Brooklyn death/marriage certificates look-up offer #general

Shelly Weiner <shellyjag619@...>
 

Dear all,
For those of you who had no luck with my previous offers of film & certificate
numbers, here are the last of the films I have recently ordered.
As that cartoon character says ... "th-th-that's all folks!"

As before, these are the actual certificates. I do *not* have the name index,
so please don't email me to look up names. If you don't have the certificate
numbers, you can find them in the ItalianGen Brides, Grooms and death indices.


These films will be sent back on March 10. Please reply privately with
the date, certificate number and names.

Brooklyn death certificates
----------------------------
1922 May 22-Jun 11 cert#11300-12490 FHL #2028233
1922 May 4-22 cert#10040-11300 FHL #2028171
1922 Nov 6-27 cert#19890-21160 FHL #2030326
1923 Oct 20-Nov 12 cert#18780-20050 FHL #2032196
1929 Sep 11-Oct 8 cert#18750-20280 FHL #2057721
1930 Feb 13-Mar 3 cert#3440-4960 FHL #2057774
1932 Apr 7-29 cert#8020-9720 FHL #2069921
1932 Aug 10-Sep 10 cert#16400-18090 FHL #2070492
1934 Mar 24-Apr 16 cert#6860-8640 FHL #2079071
1936 Jan 15-Feb 5 cert#1380-3010 FHL #2079776
1942 Apr 21-May 16 cert#8250-9960 FHL #2133889

Brooklyn marriage certificates
------------------------------
1910 Jul-Oct cert#8773-10000 FHL #1613358
1914 Jan-Feb cert#758-2000 FHL #1613587
1931 Aug-Oct cert#12750-14000 FHL #1684422
1935 May-Jun cert#8244-9500 FHL #1684834
1935 Aug-Sep cert#14501-15750 FHL #1684842
1936 Jun cert#10001-11255 FHL #1684978

Shelly Weiner
Henderson NV US
-------------
BYCZOK/BYCHKOFF/BICHKOFF--Walkowisko, Poland to Detroit MI
FELDMAN (Hungary) to New Brunswick NJ
NOCHINOWSKI/NASH--Ostov, Russia to Detroit MI
RHYZI/ROSSEN--Vladimerets OR Stahovka,Ukraine to Detroit,MI
SMOLER/SMOLYAR/SMOLAR--Vladimerets Ukraine to Detroit MI


German SIG #Germany SITE CITE - Berlin buisness directory on line #germany

Andreas J Schwab <andreas.schwab@...>
 

Isabella,
The Berlin directories are _online_, so it does not matter where you
live, as long as you have access to the Internet. You will have to have
Java installed; a high-speed Internet connection and a basic knowledge
of German would be helpful. Go to:
http://adressbuch.zlb.de/
To start a search, cilck on "Suche in den Berliner Adressbuchern"
Then click on HILFE or on ZUSATZINFORMATIONEN to get instructions in
German and English

Andreas Schwab, suburban Montreal, Canada. email: andreas.schwab@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Brooklyn death/marriage certificates look-up offer #general

Shelly Weiner <shellyjag619@...>
 

Dear all,
For those of you who had no luck with my previous offers of film & certificate
numbers, here are the last of the films I have recently ordered.
As that cartoon character says ... "th-th-that's all folks!"

As before, these are the actual certificates. I do *not* have the name index,
so please don't email me to look up names. If you don't have the certificate
numbers, you can find them in the ItalianGen Brides, Grooms and death indices.


These films will be sent back on March 10. Please reply privately with
the date, certificate number and names.

Brooklyn death certificates
----------------------------
1922 May 22-Jun 11 cert#11300-12490 FHL #2028233
1922 May 4-22 cert#10040-11300 FHL #2028171
1922 Nov 6-27 cert#19890-21160 FHL #2030326
1923 Oct 20-Nov 12 cert#18780-20050 FHL #2032196
1929 Sep 11-Oct 8 cert#18750-20280 FHL #2057721
1930 Feb 13-Mar 3 cert#3440-4960 FHL #2057774
1932 Apr 7-29 cert#8020-9720 FHL #2069921
1932 Aug 10-Sep 10 cert#16400-18090 FHL #2070492
1934 Mar 24-Apr 16 cert#6860-8640 FHL #2079071
1936 Jan 15-Feb 5 cert#1380-3010 FHL #2079776
1942 Apr 21-May 16 cert#8250-9960 FHL #2133889

Brooklyn marriage certificates
------------------------------
1910 Jul-Oct cert#8773-10000 FHL #1613358
1914 Jan-Feb cert#758-2000 FHL #1613587
1931 Aug-Oct cert#12750-14000 FHL #1684422
1935 May-Jun cert#8244-9500 FHL #1684834
1935 Aug-Sep cert#14501-15750 FHL #1684842
1936 Jun cert#10001-11255 FHL #1684978

Shelly Weiner
Henderson NV US
-------------
BYCZOK/BYCHKOFF/BICHKOFF--Walkowisko, Poland to Detroit MI
FELDMAN (Hungary) to New Brunswick NJ
NOCHINOWSKI/NASH--Ostov, Russia to Detroit MI
RHYZI/ROSSEN--Vladimerets OR Stahovka,Ukraine to Detroit,MI
SMOLER/SMOLYAR/SMOLAR--Vladimerets Ukraine to Detroit MI


Re: NYC School Records before 1910 #general

Lynne R Shapiro <lynneshap@...>
 

Jania and Group,

The Board of Ed. for all of NYC, every borough, was until a few years ago
on Livingston St. in Brooklyn, but they never kept records on individual
students. School records for individual students were kept in the
schools they attended, not in some central building. When schools were
disbanded, records were transferred to nearby schools, and the Board of
Ed. kept records as to which schools they went to. Up until the 1970s or
early 1980s, records >from most schools were still available for early
20th century students, and school secretaries could easily access them.
Someone who posted here some time ago said that schools were only
required to keep records for 65 years. At this point it is unlikely that
you'll find records for 100 years ago, especially if you don't know which
schools to ask. But an individual school may still have them. However,
they may be in boxes gathering mold in the basement, and it would
probably be a difficult task to persuade someone to look for you. The
Discussion Group archives can be accessed for more information on this
topic, as I and others have posted information on this before. (My
posting in 2000 can easily be found by typing in the words Lynne and
disbanded.)

Night schools that recent immigrants attended to learn English never kept
long-term records. However, some high school students, such as my
mother, finished up high school at night. (In her case, she was caring
for her invalid mother during the day.) Those type of night school
records may have been kept for a long time with records of day students,
though their current availability is still doubtful.

Lynne Shapiro
Western Mass.

MODERATOR NOTE: The Discussion Group's archives are located at:
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~archpop


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: NYC School Records before 1910 #general

Lynne R Shapiro <lynneshap@...>
 

Jania and Group,

The Board of Ed. for all of NYC, every borough, was until a few years ago
on Livingston St. in Brooklyn, but they never kept records on individual
students. School records for individual students were kept in the
schools they attended, not in some central building. When schools were
disbanded, records were transferred to nearby schools, and the Board of
Ed. kept records as to which schools they went to. Up until the 1970s or
early 1980s, records >from most schools were still available for early
20th century students, and school secretaries could easily access them.
Someone who posted here some time ago said that schools were only
required to keep records for 65 years. At this point it is unlikely that
you'll find records for 100 years ago, especially if you don't know which
schools to ask. But an individual school may still have them. However,
they may be in boxes gathering mold in the basement, and it would
probably be a difficult task to persuade someone to look for you. The
Discussion Group archives can be accessed for more information on this
topic, as I and others have posted information on this before. (My
posting in 2000 can easily be found by typing in the words Lynne and
disbanded.)

Night schools that recent immigrants attended to learn English never kept
long-term records. However, some high school students, such as my
mother, finished up high school at night. (In her case, she was caring
for her invalid mother during the day.) Those type of night school
records may have been kept for a long time with records of day students,
though their current availability is still doubtful.

Lynne Shapiro
Western Mass.

MODERATOR NOTE: The Discussion Group's archives are located at:
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~archpop


212 Area Code #general

Marlene Bishow
 

Hi Judy:

As a native New Yorker, I recall when 212 was the area code for all 5
boroughs of NYC. We moved >from the Bronx to Queens and had the same area
code as my grandparents who continued to live there for a few more years. I
agree with your observation about how New Yorkers perceive Manhattan and the
Bronx, but I think that is actually rooted in the history of the city.
Remember, Brooklyn was once a city unto itself - and a big one. Queens was a
collection of towns - Flushing, Jaimaica, Bayside, etc. As I recall my
history, when New York and Brooklyn merged (in about 1898), the new enlarged
City of New York actually annexed Flushing and the towns in Queens.

Keeping this in mind, it is likely that the original perception was that the
Bronx was suburbia and uptown. Even the high street numbers reflect that as
a continuation of the numbering in Manhattan. The streets in the other three
boroughs have a different numbering schema. Hence, when the immigrant Jews
of the late 19th and early 20th centuries moved >from lower Manhattan to
Harlam or the Bronx, they were moving "uptown."

Growing up in the 50's in Flushing, Queens, I remember visiting relatives in
Brooklyn and the Bronx and feeling like we were in another country.

Marlene Bishow (ne KATZ)
Rockville, MD

Researching:
KATZ, DEUTSCHER & NUSSBAUM in Zhuravno & Rozniatow, Galicia.
HANTMAN, GANTMAN and SINGER in Minsk gubernia.
SHOMER, SOMMERS, SOHMER & KELPE in Lithuania.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 212 Area Code #general

Marlene Bishow
 

Hi Judy:

As a native New Yorker, I recall when 212 was the area code for all 5
boroughs of NYC. We moved >from the Bronx to Queens and had the same area
code as my grandparents who continued to live there for a few more years. I
agree with your observation about how New Yorkers perceive Manhattan and the
Bronx, but I think that is actually rooted in the history of the city.
Remember, Brooklyn was once a city unto itself - and a big one. Queens was a
collection of towns - Flushing, Jaimaica, Bayside, etc. As I recall my
history, when New York and Brooklyn merged (in about 1898), the new enlarged
City of New York actually annexed Flushing and the towns in Queens.

Keeping this in mind, it is likely that the original perception was that the
Bronx was suburbia and uptown. Even the high street numbers reflect that as
a continuation of the numbering in Manhattan. The streets in the other three
boroughs have a different numbering schema. Hence, when the immigrant Jews
of the late 19th and early 20th centuries moved >from lower Manhattan to
Harlam or the Bronx, they were moving "uptown."

Growing up in the 50's in Flushing, Queens, I remember visiting relatives in
Brooklyn and the Bronx and feeling like we were in another country.

Marlene Bishow (ne KATZ)
Rockville, MD

Researching:
KATZ, DEUTSCHER & NUSSBAUM in Zhuravno & Rozniatow, Galicia.
HANTMAN, GANTMAN and SINGER in Minsk gubernia.
SHOMER, SOMMERS, SOHMER & KELPE in Lithuania.


Re: Posen Research #general

David Lewin <davidlewin@...>
 

At 16:27 02/03/2006, you wrote:
Hi Guys

I have birth dates and places for my Posen ancestors, I even have a near
definate genalogy of my SAWADY ancestors in Ryczvol/Ryztchenwalde going
back to 1834. However I would like to confirm the data I have by getting
birth/death/marriage certificates. Are there any groups out there who
have access to this information?

I have found a reference to the Microfilm of the Naturalised Jews of
Posen 1834/1835 I am assuming that this is a reference to the same
publication that Lars Menk and some others have access to and have
already provided me information from.
There is also reference to a list of Posen Jewish Families from
1800-1850 FHL 1334544 which is in Hebrew and Yiddish, and I was
wondering if anyone had experience or information >from this film as I do
not speak or read Hebrew or Yiddish.

Cheers for the advice

Ben Forman
manchester UK
I have that 1834/35 Naturalisation set.

I can find neither SAWADY nor Ryczvol/Ryztchenwalde in it

David Lewin
London


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Posen Research #general

David Lewin <davidlewin@...>
 

At 16:27 02/03/2006, you wrote:
Hi Guys

I have birth dates and places for my Posen ancestors, I even have a near
definate genalogy of my SAWADY ancestors in Ryczvol/Ryztchenwalde going
back to 1834. However I would like to confirm the data I have by getting
birth/death/marriage certificates. Are there any groups out there who
have access to this information?

I have found a reference to the Microfilm of the Naturalised Jews of
Posen 1834/1835 I am assuming that this is a reference to the same
publication that Lars Menk and some others have access to and have
already provided me information from.
There is also reference to a list of Posen Jewish Families from
1800-1850 FHL 1334544 which is in Hebrew and Yiddish, and I was
wondering if anyone had experience or information >from this film as I do
not speak or read Hebrew or Yiddish.

Cheers for the advice

Ben Forman
manchester UK
I have that 1834/35 Naturalisation set.

I can find neither SAWADY nor Ryczvol/Ryztchenwalde in it

David Lewin
London