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1935 Kiev census #general

Maurine McLellan
 

Does anyone know whether a census exists for Kiev in 1935?

Thanks in advance,
Maurine Bothman McLellan
trmclell@kc.rr.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 1935 Kiev census #general

Maurine McLellan
 

Does anyone know whether a census exists for Kiev in 1935?

Thanks in advance,
Maurine Bothman McLellan
trmclell@kc.rr.com


Re: Pipik? #general

Stan Goodman <SPAM_FOILER@...>
 

On Sat, 21 Jan 2006 20:36:41 UTC, HPOLLINS@aol.com opined:

In a message dated 21/01/2006 19:50:24 GMT Standard Time,
SPAM_FOILER@hashkedim.com writes:
No, "pupik" does not mean "bellybutton" (aka "navel" ); it means
"gizzard", an organ found in poultry and other birds.
In Uriel Weinstein's Modern English-Yiddish Dictionary he has the same word
for gizzard and for navel, namely pupik: peh-vav-peh-yud-kof.


Harold Pollins
Oxford
I stand corrected.

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

Searching:
NEACHOWICZ/NOACHOWICZ, NEJMAN/NAJMAN, SURALSKI: Lomza Gubernia
ISMACH: Lomza Gubernia, Galicia, and Ukraina
HERTANU, ABRAMOVICI, LAUER: Dorohoi District, Romania
GRISARU, VATARU: Iasi, Dorohoi, and Mileanca, Romania

See my interactive family tree (requires Java 1.1.6 or better). the
URL is: http://www.hashkedim.com

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Pupik, pipik #general

BABYCAT3@...
 

I remember the pupik being the bellybutton, and I forget, was the "gaugull"
the gizzard or the neck?

Barbara Meyers
babycat3@aol.com
NJ, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Pipik? #general

Stan Goodman <SPAM_FOILER@...>
 

On Sat, 21 Jan 2006 20:36:41 UTC, HPOLLINS@aol.com opined:

In a message dated 21/01/2006 19:50:24 GMT Standard Time,
SPAM_FOILER@hashkedim.com writes:
No, "pupik" does not mean "bellybutton" (aka "navel" ); it means
"gizzard", an organ found in poultry and other birds.
In Uriel Weinstein's Modern English-Yiddish Dictionary he has the same word
for gizzard and for navel, namely pupik: peh-vav-peh-yud-kof.


Harold Pollins
Oxford
I stand corrected.

--
Stan Goodman, Qiryat Tiv'on, Israel

Searching:
NEACHOWICZ/NOACHOWICZ, NEJMAN/NAJMAN, SURALSKI: Lomza Gubernia
ISMACH: Lomza Gubernia, Galicia, and Ukraina
HERTANU, ABRAMOVICI, LAUER: Dorohoi District, Romania
GRISARU, VATARU: Iasi, Dorohoi, and Mileanca, Romania

See my interactive family tree (requires Java 1.1.6 or better). the
URL is: http://www.hashkedim.com

For reasons connected with anti-spam/junk security, the return address
is not valid. To communicate with me, please visit my website (see the
URL above -- no Java required for this purpose) and fill in the email
form there.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Pupik, pipik #general

BABYCAT3@...
 

I remember the pupik being the bellybutton, and I forget, was the "gaugull"
the gizzard or the neck?

Barbara Meyers
babycat3@aol.com
NJ, USA


Translation of memorial Plaque #romania

JOE PORAS <joe@...>
 

Dear sigers,

I am planning, this Spring, to erect a memorial plaque in Solca Romania
at a building that was originally built by my great grandfather.

Below is the wording I was thinking of using. If anyone could help me it
would be greatly appreciated. I need it translated
into Romanian and the German corrected as needed.

Sanatorium Dr. Poras was built here in 1891 and was owned by the Poras
family until World War I. This health resort brought in over a thousand
visitors, mainly jewish, each summer to Solca (Solka). People came >from
all over Europe to benefit >from Solca’s healthy water and clean air.
Therapies for Tuberculosis and other heath ailments were provided here.

Sanatorium Dr. Poras wurde hier 1891 errichtet und wurde von der Poras
Familie bis den Ersten Weltkrieg besessen. Dieser Gesundheit
Erholungsort geholt Solca (Solka) innen über tausend Besucher, meistens
Juden, jeder Sommer. Leute kamen ganz vom Überschuß Europa zum Nutzen
Solcas vom gesunden Wasser und von der sauberen Luft. Therapien für
Tuberkulose und andere Heideunpäßlichkeiten wurden hier zur Verfügung
gestellt.


see: http://www.poras.com/solka.htm

I thank you in advance for your interest. You may respond to me privately.

Yours,
Joe Poras
Framingham, MA
USA

joe@poras.com

Researching; PORAS, Goldner and Feiler


Romania SIG #Romania Translation of memorial Plaque #romania

JOE PORAS <joe@...>
 

Dear sigers,

I am planning, this Spring, to erect a memorial plaque in Solca Romania
at a building that was originally built by my great grandfather.

Below is the wording I was thinking of using. If anyone could help me it
would be greatly appreciated. I need it translated
into Romanian and the German corrected as needed.

Sanatorium Dr. Poras was built here in 1891 and was owned by the Poras
family until World War I. This health resort brought in over a thousand
visitors, mainly jewish, each summer to Solca (Solka). People came >from
all over Europe to benefit >from Solca’s healthy water and clean air.
Therapies for Tuberculosis and other heath ailments were provided here.

Sanatorium Dr. Poras wurde hier 1891 errichtet und wurde von der Poras
Familie bis den Ersten Weltkrieg besessen. Dieser Gesundheit
Erholungsort geholt Solca (Solka) innen über tausend Besucher, meistens
Juden, jeder Sommer. Leute kamen ganz vom Überschuß Europa zum Nutzen
Solcas vom gesunden Wasser und von der sauberen Luft. Therapien für
Tuberkulose und andere Heideunpäßlichkeiten wurden hier zur Verfügung
gestellt.


see: http://www.poras.com/solka.htm

I thank you in advance for your interest. You may respond to me privately.

Yours,
Joe Poras
Framingham, MA
USA

joe@poras.com

Researching; PORAS, Goldner and Feiler


Offering help in Illingen cemetery #germany

B. Frederics <picturethisfilm@...>
 

Siggers,

Just to inform those interested, I'll be visiting the cemetery in Illingen
(Saar) in late April. I'm hoping to have enough time to photograph the
entire cemetery for submission to Ger-Sig. However, should time or weather
not permit it, I would be happy to try to find and photograph any
specifically requested headstones.

Please contact me directly if you're interested.

Regards,
Bonnie Frederics
Tucson, AZ
picturethisfilm@email.com
Seeking: GOTTLIEB; LEVY; HEIMANN; HAHN; SILBER; ALEXANDER (Bosen, Consdorf,
Illingen, Mainstockheim, Schwanfeld, )


German SIG #Germany Offering help in Illingen cemetery #germany

B. Frederics <picturethisfilm@...>
 

Siggers,

Just to inform those interested, I'll be visiting the cemetery in Illingen
(Saar) in late April. I'm hoping to have enough time to photograph the
entire cemetery for submission to Ger-Sig. However, should time or weather
not permit it, I would be happy to try to find and photograph any
specifically requested headstones.

Please contact me directly if you're interested.

Regards,
Bonnie Frederics
Tucson, AZ
picturethisfilm@email.com
Seeking: GOTTLIEB; LEVY; HEIMANN; HAHN; SILBER; ALEXANDER (Bosen, Consdorf,
Illingen, Mainstockheim, Schwanfeld, )


DANIELS family from Heinsberg #germany

Judy
 

Hello >from Australia, I am trying to find out more information about my
maternal family of DANIELS. My G grandfather was born there and his name
was Moritz DANIELS. He married my great grandmother Rebecca who was born
a Meyer ( or variation of the name) >from Zons, which is near Dormagen,
North of Koln. Both are buried in the Jewish cemetery of Zons which is
under lock and key. I do not know of any brothers and sisters of Moritz.
His parents were Hermann DANIELS born 1812??? and Rosetta LICHENSTEIN.
Does anybody have access to the records of Heinsberg. I am also trying
to trace the maternal lines of my father. His grandmother was born a
BLUMENTHAL and I believe she came >from Helenthal which is in the Eifel
area of Gmy. She and my g grandfather Hermann ROTHSCHILD are both buried
in the forgotten Jewish cemetery of Kall.

Judy Levron uran99@bigpond.com Australia


German SIG #Germany DANIELS family from Heinsberg #germany

Judy
 

Hello >from Australia, I am trying to find out more information about my
maternal family of DANIELS. My G grandfather was born there and his name
was Moritz DANIELS. He married my great grandmother Rebecca who was born
a Meyer ( or variation of the name) >from Zons, which is near Dormagen,
North of Koln. Both are buried in the Jewish cemetery of Zons which is
under lock and key. I do not know of any brothers and sisters of Moritz.
His parents were Hermann DANIELS born 1812??? and Rosetta LICHENSTEIN.
Does anybody have access to the records of Heinsberg. I am also trying
to trace the maternal lines of my father. His grandmother was born a
BLUMENTHAL and I believe she came >from Helenthal which is in the Eifel
area of Gmy. She and my g grandfather Hermann ROTHSCHILD are both buried
in the forgotten Jewish cemetery of Kall.

Judy Levron uran99@bigpond.com Australia


Seeking MANNHEIMER / ORTENAU families #germany

Fran Luebke <franluebke@...>
 

I have spent the past 30 years researching my MANNHEIMER
ancestors >from Mittlefranken (Bavaria). >from old family
letters, I know there were branches of the family living in
Fuerth, Feuchtwangen and my branch in Schopfloch. The family
name had originally been KOHN. My oldest direct ancestor
was, according to the Matrikel and other records, Ruben
Michael MANNHEIMER, who was the cantor of Schopfloch. Other
records list him as Ruben KOHN MANNHEIMER. Among Ruben's
seven children was my great-great grandfather, Dr. Moises
(Moritz) MANNHEIMER born August 8, 1808. He died in
Dinkelsbuehl, May 28, 1861, and was buried in his birthplace
of Schopfloch. His headstone displays the hands of Kohen.
Moritz had four sisters, Babet (b: 1794), Minet (b: 1796) ,
Ester (b: 1799) and Sara (b: 1813). His brothers were Osser
Jakob (b: 1800) and Lazarus (Ludwig) b: 1806. I have
information on both Moritz and Ludwig and their descendants.
Both were physicians and their widows and children
emigrated to Chicago.

Moritz's brother Osser Jakob MANNHEIMER was born August 13,
1800. Family lore said that he was involved in a duel in
Germany, thought he killed his opponent, fled to France and
joined the French Foreign Legion, was made an officer
(Colonel) and later sent to Algiers. There he met and fell
in love with a princess, was assassinated and no one ever
learned any details. End of story.

I considered this just lore until recently when I discovered
a book "Vergangene Tage: Juedische Kultur in Muenchen"
edited by Hans Lamm, published in 1958. One essay, written
by Dr. Erich ORTENAU, was entitled "Aus einer juedischen
Familientruhe Muenchen" (Papers >from a Jewish Family Trunk
in Munich) pp 106-114. Erich ORTENAU was born 1912, the son
of Dr. Gustav Ortenau and his wife Adele who was a painter
and sculptress who worked in Florence, Italy. His family
fled to Italy during WWII and were among a group of highly
educated Germans who were interned there. Erich served in
the British Forces between 1941 and 1949 and then studied
medicine and ethnology in Munich. He became a well-known
ethnologist in Munich.

The fascinating part of the essay on pg 113 was the
statement, in loose translation. "The brother of my great,
great grandmother, Jakob Assur CAHEN, went >from Schopfloch,
the denied birthplace of Sara Bernhardt, to Paris where he
joined the newly formed Foreign Legion in 1832. He rose in
rank to Captain. In front of me lays a document signed by
Isabella II of Spain in which she graciously awards to the
Teniente Don Jacobo Cahen the order of the Heilige Ferdinand
1st Class for bravery in the battles at Segur in Catalonia
on November 16, 1835. He was loaned with his regiment to
the Spanish queen for the war against the Karlisten."

It is obvious to me that the Osser Jakob in both stories are
the same person and that Erich ORTENAU's great, great,
grandmother was the sister to my ancestor Dr. Moritz
MANNHEIMER. Until now, I had no information on any of the
female members of his family. In searching the internet, I
found Ortenau has a grand-niece Elke SISCO who has a weblog
but I have not been able to get in touch with her.

In researching the Matrikel records, I found two ORTENAUs in
Fuerth. One page even had Isaac Mannheimer (Matrikel #304)
b: 1772 whose Matrikel number went to Wilhelm Cohn in 1835.
Matrikel #306 is David Ottensosser ORTENAU (B: 1792).
There was another Ortenau in Fuerth: Daniel Ottensooser
ORTENAU (b: 1790). It may not be correct to assume one of
the Mannheimers sisters married an ORTENAU in Moritz's
generation, the connection might come >from a different
branch of Erich ORTENAU's ancestors. My hunch is that the
connection is on the ORTENAU side. Obviously those letters
in the trunk are a treasure trove of information...but where
are they? Any ideas on how to locate them?

If anyone has any information on either of these families, I
would appreciate hearing >from you. If you have suggestions
on how to proceed, that would also be appreciated. Thanks.

Fran Loeb Luebke Brookfield, WI USA

Researching: MANNHEIMER: Schopfloch, Germany; Chicago, IL; St. Paul, MN
GOODKIND: Dennenlohe and Moenschroth, Germany; Chicago, IL; St. Paul, MN
LOEB: Bechtheim and Abenheim, Germany; Chicago, IL; Philadelphia, PA; New York, NY
HEIMANN / HYMAN: Biblis, Oppenheim, Germany, Chicago, IL


German SIG #Germany Seeking MANNHEIMER / ORTENAU families #germany

Fran Luebke <franluebke@...>
 

I have spent the past 30 years researching my MANNHEIMER
ancestors >from Mittlefranken (Bavaria). >from old family
letters, I know there were branches of the family living in
Fuerth, Feuchtwangen and my branch in Schopfloch. The family
name had originally been KOHN. My oldest direct ancestor
was, according to the Matrikel and other records, Ruben
Michael MANNHEIMER, who was the cantor of Schopfloch. Other
records list him as Ruben KOHN MANNHEIMER. Among Ruben's
seven children was my great-great grandfather, Dr. Moises
(Moritz) MANNHEIMER born August 8, 1808. He died in
Dinkelsbuehl, May 28, 1861, and was buried in his birthplace
of Schopfloch. His headstone displays the hands of Kohen.
Moritz had four sisters, Babet (b: 1794), Minet (b: 1796) ,
Ester (b: 1799) and Sara (b: 1813). His brothers were Osser
Jakob (b: 1800) and Lazarus (Ludwig) b: 1806. I have
information on both Moritz and Ludwig and their descendants.
Both were physicians and their widows and children
emigrated to Chicago.

Moritz's brother Osser Jakob MANNHEIMER was born August 13,
1800. Family lore said that he was involved in a duel in
Germany, thought he killed his opponent, fled to France and
joined the French Foreign Legion, was made an officer
(Colonel) and later sent to Algiers. There he met and fell
in love with a princess, was assassinated and no one ever
learned any details. End of story.

I considered this just lore until recently when I discovered
a book "Vergangene Tage: Juedische Kultur in Muenchen"
edited by Hans Lamm, published in 1958. One essay, written
by Dr. Erich ORTENAU, was entitled "Aus einer juedischen
Familientruhe Muenchen" (Papers >from a Jewish Family Trunk
in Munich) pp 106-114. Erich ORTENAU was born 1912, the son
of Dr. Gustav Ortenau and his wife Adele who was a painter
and sculptress who worked in Florence, Italy. His family
fled to Italy during WWII and were among a group of highly
educated Germans who were interned there. Erich served in
the British Forces between 1941 and 1949 and then studied
medicine and ethnology in Munich. He became a well-known
ethnologist in Munich.

The fascinating part of the essay on pg 113 was the
statement, in loose translation. "The brother of my great,
great grandmother, Jakob Assur CAHEN, went >from Schopfloch,
the denied birthplace of Sara Bernhardt, to Paris where he
joined the newly formed Foreign Legion in 1832. He rose in
rank to Captain. In front of me lays a document signed by
Isabella II of Spain in which she graciously awards to the
Teniente Don Jacobo Cahen the order of the Heilige Ferdinand
1st Class for bravery in the battles at Segur in Catalonia
on November 16, 1835. He was loaned with his regiment to
the Spanish queen for the war against the Karlisten."

It is obvious to me that the Osser Jakob in both stories are
the same person and that Erich ORTENAU's great, great,
grandmother was the sister to my ancestor Dr. Moritz
MANNHEIMER. Until now, I had no information on any of the
female members of his family. In searching the internet, I
found Ortenau has a grand-niece Elke SISCO who has a weblog
but I have not been able to get in touch with her.

In researching the Matrikel records, I found two ORTENAUs in
Fuerth. One page even had Isaac Mannheimer (Matrikel #304)
b: 1772 whose Matrikel number went to Wilhelm Cohn in 1835.
Matrikel #306 is David Ottensosser ORTENAU (B: 1792).
There was another Ortenau in Fuerth: Daniel Ottensooser
ORTENAU (b: 1790). It may not be correct to assume one of
the Mannheimers sisters married an ORTENAU in Moritz's
generation, the connection might come >from a different
branch of Erich ORTENAU's ancestors. My hunch is that the
connection is on the ORTENAU side. Obviously those letters
in the trunk are a treasure trove of information...but where
are they? Any ideas on how to locate them?

If anyone has any information on either of these families, I
would appreciate hearing >from you. If you have suggestions
on how to proceed, that would also be appreciated. Thanks.

Fran Loeb Luebke Brookfield, WI USA

Researching: MANNHEIMER: Schopfloch, Germany; Chicago, IL; St. Paul, MN
GOODKIND: Dennenlohe and Moenschroth, Germany; Chicago, IL; St. Paul, MN
LOEB: Bechtheim and Abenheim, Germany; Chicago, IL; Philadelphia, PA; New York, NY
HEIMANN / HYMAN: Biblis, Oppenheim, Germany, Chicago, IL


George White's Scandals #yiddish

David Priever
 

Hello Fellow YTandVer's,

I read with great interest the query put in by Mr. Stephen Glazer.

I unfortunately deleted the digest and with it Mr. Galazer's email so I
could not respond privately. In the long run this message would benefit all
publicly who are doing YTandV research.

There was a message I posted about a year ago regarding the MANY available
sources in New York mostly for people doing Yiddish Theater and Vaudeville
research. I have not had a chance to search for and cite the exact date but
there is alot out there.

Stephen, please contact me privately at:

brooklyn1960@hotmail.com

The New York Times had published their theater reviews in book form and they
go back into the 1910's, if I recall correctly. Also doing a Proquest
search of the New York Times should bring up alot of information.

Willie and Eugene Howard (nee William LEVKOWITZ and Isadore LEVKOWITZ) were
in several of Mr. White's Broadway Scandals and were very distant cousins to
my mother.

Sincerely,

David Priever
brooklyn1960@hotmail.com

Moderator's Note: David Priever is referring to his earlier message of 04 Apr. 2004,
Subject: Vaudeville Research. Members can read this message by entering the JewishGen
Databases and linking to The JewishGen SIG Lists message Archives - 1998-2005. Searching
Vaudeville or Priever should result in finding the message.


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre George White's Scandals #yiddish

David Priever
 

Hello Fellow YTandVer's,

I read with great interest the query put in by Mr. Stephen Glazer.

I unfortunately deleted the digest and with it Mr. Galazer's email so I
could not respond privately. In the long run this message would benefit all
publicly who are doing YTandV research.

There was a message I posted about a year ago regarding the MANY available
sources in New York mostly for people doing Yiddish Theater and Vaudeville
research. I have not had a chance to search for and cite the exact date but
there is alot out there.

Stephen, please contact me privately at:

brooklyn1960@hotmail.com

The New York Times had published their theater reviews in book form and they
go back into the 1910's, if I recall correctly. Also doing a Proquest
search of the New York Times should bring up alot of information.

Willie and Eugene Howard (nee William LEVKOWITZ and Isadore LEVKOWITZ) were
in several of Mr. White's Broadway Scandals and were very distant cousins to
my mother.

Sincerely,

David Priever
brooklyn1960@hotmail.com

Moderator's Note: David Priever is referring to his earlier message of 04 Apr. 2004,
Subject: Vaudeville Research. Members can read this message by entering the JewishGen
Databases and linking to The JewishGen SIG Lists message Archives - 1998-2005. Searching
Vaudeville or Priever should result in finding the message.


East-European maps for 1720-1950 #belarus

RonatuF
 

I would like to introduce you to the series of East-European maps for
1720-1950.
http://tunkelfamilysite.com/europian_maps.html

You will see the changes of borders in entire Eastern-European region
for over two centuries.

Additionally, I marked some famous "Russian" cities on the above maps.
Hope you find this information helpful for your family tree research.
Please let me know of any problems or questions with the new material.

Sincerely yours,
Roman Tunkel
Arlington, MA
ronatuf@yahoo.com

http://tunkelfamilysite.com
http://tunkelfamilysite.fortunecity.com

Searching for TUNKEL - TOONKEL WORLDWIDE and
TSERUSHKIN or TSORUSHKIN (appr.1850-1880)
NEMERZEL' (appr. 1880-1920)
ERENBURG (appr. 1890-1930)
VOLKOV (appr.1900-1920)
RABKIN (appr. 1900-1930)
FRID (appr. 1910-1940)


Belarus SIG #Belarus East-European maps for 1720-1950 #belarus

RonatuF
 

I would like to introduce you to the series of East-European maps for
1720-1950.
http://tunkelfamilysite.com/europian_maps.html

You will see the changes of borders in entire Eastern-European region
for over two centuries.

Additionally, I marked some famous "Russian" cities on the above maps.
Hope you find this information helpful for your family tree research.
Please let me know of any problems or questions with the new material.

Sincerely yours,
Roman Tunkel
Arlington, MA
ronatuf@yahoo.com

http://tunkelfamilysite.com
http://tunkelfamilysite.fortunecity.com

Searching for TUNKEL - TOONKEL WORLDWIDE and
TSERUSHKIN or TSORUSHKIN (appr.1850-1880)
NEMERZEL' (appr. 1880-1920)
ERENBURG (appr. 1890-1930)
VOLKOV (appr.1900-1920)
RABKIN (appr. 1900-1930)
FRID (appr. 1910-1940)


Steve Morse's One-Step Forms to the IGG/GGG Indexes - Update #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

In the Italian Genealogical Group's and German Genealogy Group's bride index and
groom index, the "Year of Marriage" column lists the year the marriage was
reported to the Department of Health.

In the IGG/GGG death index, the "Year" column lists the year the death was
reported to DOH.

However, a marriage or death that occurred toward the end of a year was reported
in either that year or thefollowing year, depending on how late in the year the
event occurred.

Steve Morse's One-Step search tools at http://stevemorse.org/vital/nybride.html
(bride index), http://stevemorse.org/vital/nymarriage.html (groom index), and
http://stevemorse.org/vital/nydeath.html (death index) provide additional ways
to search the IGG/GGG indexes.

Using http://stevemorse.org/vital/nymarriage.html (groom index), you can now
search the groom index.using the year the marriage occurred, whether the
marriage was reported that year or the next.

Also, on the groom results page, there is a link to the bride for each groom
listed. However, the IGG/GGG bride index project is still in progress, so
clicking on the link for a particular bride may yield the result
"No Matches Found" because that bride's information has not yet been entered.

If a marriage or death occurred toward the end of a year, you still have to
search the bride index and the death index using the year of the marriage or
death as well as the following year.

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Steve Morse's One-Step Forms to the IGG/GGG Indexes - Update #general

Joy Rich <joyrichny@...>
 

In the Italian Genealogical Group's and German Genealogy Group's bride index and
groom index, the "Year of Marriage" column lists the year the marriage was
reported to the Department of Health.

In the IGG/GGG death index, the "Year" column lists the year the death was
reported to DOH.

However, a marriage or death that occurred toward the end of a year was reported
in either that year or thefollowing year, depending on how late in the year the
event occurred.

Steve Morse's One-Step search tools at http://stevemorse.org/vital/nybride.html
(bride index), http://stevemorse.org/vital/nymarriage.html (groom index), and
http://stevemorse.org/vital/nydeath.html (death index) provide additional ways
to search the IGG/GGG indexes.

Using http://stevemorse.org/vital/nymarriage.html (groom index), you can now
search the groom index.using the year the marriage occurred, whether the
marriage was reported that year or the next.

Also, on the groom results page, there is a link to the bride for each groom
listed. However, the IGG/GGG bride index project is still in progress, so
clicking on the link for a particular bride may yield the result
"No Matches Found" because that bride's information has not yet been entered.

If a marriage or death occurred toward the end of a year, you still have to
search the bride index and the death index using the year of the marriage or
death as well as the following year.

Joy Rich
Brooklyn, NY