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Re: "Correct" way to enter main name in a tree #general

Peter Zavon <pzavon@...>
 

Any system that works for you, that you can apply consistently and that permits
you to navigate your tree and review support documentation, and that you can
clearly explain to others who might use your database, is "correct".

Peter Zavon
Penfield, NY

"Carolyn Lea" <clea@woh.rr.com> wrote in message

While I know that it may be a matter of personal preference, I am also
certain there is a "correct" way to enter names in the family tree. I have
read many posts on name changes, etc, in the archives but did not find a
real answer to this. I know that women are to be entered using their maiden
name and many software programs warn against entering nicknames - suggesting
placing such names in the "alternate names" section instead.

I realize that I have been somewhat inconsistent. If a surname is changed
(legally or otherwise) should the birth name be the main entry and other
names be listed in the alternate section? This seems the correct thing to
do - however, then the name which the person may not primarily be known by
will not appear in the name index. Also, if the name was changed prior to
the birth of a child it may not appear the child is the biological child of
the father. The same is true of course going backwards if the alternate name
is the main entry. Is it appropriate to place the changed name in
parenthesis next to the birth name?

Just in my immediate family my father, Leon Schwarzbaum, began using his
stepfather's name, Mitchell abt age 10. I was born with that name. I legally
changed my name and my son's (he was abt 8) to my middle name (Lea) after my
divorce and when I was angry with my father!

I have also located a birth certificate for Esther Schwarzbaum who
apparently always used Elsie. Her sons (both in their 80s), with whom I am
in contact, never knew her name was Esther. I thought I had found a new
child! Her marriage and death certificates say Elsie.

I believe to be consistent (and what I assume is the "proper format") I
should always enter birth name if known. However, I am afraid of name
confusion when I share the tree with others.

Carolyn Lea
Ohio


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: "Correct" way to enter main name in a tree #general

Peter Zavon <pzavon@...>
 

Any system that works for you, that you can apply consistently and that permits
you to navigate your tree and review support documentation, and that you can
clearly explain to others who might use your database, is "correct".

Peter Zavon
Penfield, NY

"Carolyn Lea" <clea@woh.rr.com> wrote in message

While I know that it may be a matter of personal preference, I am also
certain there is a "correct" way to enter names in the family tree. I have
read many posts on name changes, etc, in the archives but did not find a
real answer to this. I know that women are to be entered using their maiden
name and many software programs warn against entering nicknames - suggesting
placing such names in the "alternate names" section instead.

I realize that I have been somewhat inconsistent. If a surname is changed
(legally or otherwise) should the birth name be the main entry and other
names be listed in the alternate section? This seems the correct thing to
do - however, then the name which the person may not primarily be known by
will not appear in the name index. Also, if the name was changed prior to
the birth of a child it may not appear the child is the biological child of
the father. The same is true of course going backwards if the alternate name
is the main entry. Is it appropriate to place the changed name in
parenthesis next to the birth name?

Just in my immediate family my father, Leon Schwarzbaum, began using his
stepfather's name, Mitchell abt age 10. I was born with that name. I legally
changed my name and my son's (he was abt 8) to my middle name (Lea) after my
divorce and when I was angry with my father!

I have also located a birth certificate for Esther Schwarzbaum who
apparently always used Elsie. Her sons (both in their 80s), with whom I am
in contact, never knew her name was Esther. I thought I had found a new
child! Her marriage and death certificates say Elsie.

I believe to be consistent (and what I assume is the "proper format") I
should always enter birth name if known. However, I am afraid of name
confusion when I share the tree with others.

Carolyn Lea
Ohio


re saying where you are #general

Shelly Crane
 

Dear Genners, There are all kinds of reasons some of us may choose not
to put down our location and that includes personal experience and safety.
Sorry if this has already been mentioned, but I haven't read all the posts yet.

As a victim of identity theft, I am extremely cautious giving out details
about myself that are posted in a public forum. Keep in mind, these emails
are kept in archives and can be found anytime in the future. Not that I would
expect JewishGen to be a source of identity theft, however having lived through
the torturous experience of reclaiming my name, identity and credit, I'm
very paranoid about providing private information in a public record. I for
one, might provide my specific location in private email exchange, but not in a
public archived forum. We can still exchange family information even if we
don't have a clue where each of us lives.

Yes, I understand there are web sites abound that list address, phone number
etc, but I can't do anything about those. However, I can at least not
contribute to adding personal details to the world wide web.

I am also familiar with a single mom (who shall remain anonymous, per her
request) who refuses to enter her location because she was stalked by a
stranger and was forced to move to a new town. She does not list her location
for the safety of herself and her children. While I understand this kind of
situation is very rare, the point I'm trying to make is that we all bring to
the table our own personal experiences, so lets not jump the gun and make
assumptions the person is being rude and simply not following the rules.
There may be a very good reason. Besides, I honestly can't understand why
anyone cares where I live -rules or no rules!

So as a woman, I feel quite strongly for my personal safety that I simply
don't want to post my location on any public forum. If the rules state that
we have to list a city, maybe it's time to make some changes and provide more
flexibility.

Lastly, for those of you who choose not to contact us more private Genners
because you want to know where we live and we choose not to tell you, then
you risk never knowing if we hold the missing link to your family tree!!!

Best regards,

Shelly Crane
USA
Names I am researching:
Anywhere in Lomza-Suwalki, Poland: BRIKMAN, CUKERBRAUM,
DANOWSKI , FAJNTUCH FRAJND, FROMSEN, GABELMAN, GOLDFARB, LANGUS,
KALIFOWICZ, KLEINMAN, LIPOWICZ, LIPSZYC, MILEWICZ, PRESSMAN, SOKOLOWICZ,
WAJNBERG, WRUBEL
Ukraine: BERMAN, BLAS, CHOLODENKO, DICKTER, FISCHER, GITERMAN, GLASS,
KVACHINSKIJ, KWAIT, LEFELMAN, LIPOVETSKY, MEZHERITZKY, OSCHERANKO,
PETROVSKI, SELDMAN, SHAPIRA, SHIFFMAN, WEXLER, ZEISLER

Mike Posnick <mpoz@earthlink.net> wrote:
You're not alone. . . Indeed, I never respond to e-mail
inquiries or listings in the Jewish Genealogy Family Finder (JGFF)
where the sender's/lister's name and location are not shown
MODERATOR NOTE; This posting has been allowed because of the mention of
identity theft, a point not previously raised.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re saying where you are #general

Shelly Crane
 

Dear Genners, There are all kinds of reasons some of us may choose not
to put down our location and that includes personal experience and safety.
Sorry if this has already been mentioned, but I haven't read all the posts yet.

As a victim of identity theft, I am extremely cautious giving out details
about myself that are posted in a public forum. Keep in mind, these emails
are kept in archives and can be found anytime in the future. Not that I would
expect JewishGen to be a source of identity theft, however having lived through
the torturous experience of reclaiming my name, identity and credit, I'm
very paranoid about providing private information in a public record. I for
one, might provide my specific location in private email exchange, but not in a
public archived forum. We can still exchange family information even if we
don't have a clue where each of us lives.

Yes, I understand there are web sites abound that list address, phone number
etc, but I can't do anything about those. However, I can at least not
contribute to adding personal details to the world wide web.

I am also familiar with a single mom (who shall remain anonymous, per her
request) who refuses to enter her location because she was stalked by a
stranger and was forced to move to a new town. She does not list her location
for the safety of herself and her children. While I understand this kind of
situation is very rare, the point I'm trying to make is that we all bring to
the table our own personal experiences, so lets not jump the gun and make
assumptions the person is being rude and simply not following the rules.
There may be a very good reason. Besides, I honestly can't understand why
anyone cares where I live -rules or no rules!

So as a woman, I feel quite strongly for my personal safety that I simply
don't want to post my location on any public forum. If the rules state that
we have to list a city, maybe it's time to make some changes and provide more
flexibility.

Lastly, for those of you who choose not to contact us more private Genners
because you want to know where we live and we choose not to tell you, then
you risk never knowing if we hold the missing link to your family tree!!!

Best regards,

Shelly Crane
USA
Names I am researching:
Anywhere in Lomza-Suwalki, Poland: BRIKMAN, CUKERBRAUM,
DANOWSKI , FAJNTUCH FRAJND, FROMSEN, GABELMAN, GOLDFARB, LANGUS,
KALIFOWICZ, KLEINMAN, LIPOWICZ, LIPSZYC, MILEWICZ, PRESSMAN, SOKOLOWICZ,
WAJNBERG, WRUBEL
Ukraine: BERMAN, BLAS, CHOLODENKO, DICKTER, FISCHER, GITERMAN, GLASS,
KVACHINSKIJ, KWAIT, LEFELMAN, LIPOVETSKY, MEZHERITZKY, OSCHERANKO,
PETROVSKI, SELDMAN, SHAPIRA, SHIFFMAN, WEXLER, ZEISLER

Mike Posnick <mpoz@earthlink.net> wrote:
You're not alone. . . Indeed, I never respond to e-mail
inquiries or listings in the Jewish Genealogy Family Finder (JGFF)
where the sender's/lister's name and location are not shown
MODERATOR NOTE; This posting has been allowed because of the mention of
identity theft, a point not previously raised.


Dentistry in Orange Free State, 1896-1899: GINSBERG #southafrica

Adam Yamey <adamandlopa@...>
 

A great uncle of mine, Gustav GINSBERG(1872-1922),
qualified as a dentist in Germany, and on account of
his lack of British qualifications was not allowed to
practise in the British parts of South Africa before
and after the Anglo-Boer War. He did practise in the
Orange Free State (OFS :Harrismith and Bloemfontein)
between about 1896 and 1899.

Clearly, the regulations controlling dentistry in the
OFS differed >from those in the British governed
colonies. Can anyone enlighten me more on this topic,
please?

Adam Yamey, London, UK <adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Dentistry in Orange Free State, 1896-1899: GINSBERG #southafrica

Adam Yamey <adamandlopa@...>
 

A great uncle of mine, Gustav GINSBERG(1872-1922),
qualified as a dentist in Germany, and on account of
his lack of British qualifications was not allowed to
practise in the British parts of South Africa before
and after the Anglo-Boer War. He did practise in the
Orange Free State (OFS :Harrismith and Bloemfontein)
between about 1896 and 1899.

Clearly, the regulations controlling dentistry in the
OFS differed >from those in the British governed
colonies. Can anyone enlighten me more on this topic,
please?

Adam Yamey, London, UK <adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>


Which Leviseur and Ehrlich #southafrica

Amanda Jermyn <astrogirl200@...>
 

To reply to Adam Yamey's question below,

The Leviseur in question was probably Moritz
Leviseur(1842-1923) and the Ehrlich would have been
Wolf Ehrlich(died 1924). Their spouses, sisters Sophie
Baumann Leviseur and Helene Baumann Ehrlich were
relatives of mine. Moritz Leviseur was a businessman,
a founder of the Volks Hospital in Bloemfontein,
founder of the Bloemfontein Chamber of Commerce, and
active in the synagogue. Two of his sons, Herbert(b.
1891 and Ernest Alfred (b. 1888), were doctors, but
would have been too young in 1907 to have any
influence. Sophie Leviseur was an influential person
in her own right.

Wolf Ehrlich was a business man, senator for the
Orange Free State, three times mayor of Bloemfontein,
a founder of the Bloemfontein Chamber of Commerce, a
founder and president of the SA Jewish Board of
Deputies, president of the Jewish Congregation,
Portuguese Consul etc. None of his children were
doctors or dentists, as far as I know.

So in 1907 Moritz Leviseur and Wolf Ehrlich would have
been considered influential men in Bloemfontein, and a
good bet for assisting someone obtain permission to
practice dentistry. I should mention that my
grandmother, Frieda (nee Prager) Katz, qualified as a
dentist in Germany in 1918. She was the first woman
admitted to the medical school at Heidelberg
University. However, upon arrival in the Orange Free
State in 1919 she was not allowed to practice as a
dentist because South Africa did not have a reciprocal
relationship with Germany in these matters. Germany
did not recognize South African qualifications, so
South Africa would not recognize German ones.

For more information please contact me privately.

Amanda Katz Jermyn
Massachusetts, USA

Subject: EHRLICH/LEVISEUR - Dentistry in the Orange
River Colony.
From: Adam Yamey <adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2006 23:07:56 +0000 (GMT)

A distant relative of mine, Gustav GINSBERG
(1872-1922), who had qualified as a dentist in Germany
was attempting in 1907 to have his German
qualifications recognised by the British authorities
in the Orange River Colony (ORC). His brother Franz
GINSBERG, MLA wrote a letter on his behalf in which he
refers to,
"... a number of prominent men of the ORC can testify.
For instance Mr Ehrlich Mr Leviseur etc...".

To whom was Franz Ginsberg referring - ie which Mr
EHRLICH and LEVISEUR ?
Are they the persons mentioned on the SA SIG
website:
<http://www.jewishgen.org/SAfrica/communities/8/>,
or possibly some other people with those names?

Were there any dentists around in the ORC at this time
with these names?

Thanks in advance,
Adam Yamey, London, UK <adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Which Leviseur and Ehrlich #southafrica

Amanda Jermyn <astrogirl200@...>
 

To reply to Adam Yamey's question below,

The Leviseur in question was probably Moritz
Leviseur(1842-1923) and the Ehrlich would have been
Wolf Ehrlich(died 1924). Their spouses, sisters Sophie
Baumann Leviseur and Helene Baumann Ehrlich were
relatives of mine. Moritz Leviseur was a businessman,
a founder of the Volks Hospital in Bloemfontein,
founder of the Bloemfontein Chamber of Commerce, and
active in the synagogue. Two of his sons, Herbert(b.
1891 and Ernest Alfred (b. 1888), were doctors, but
would have been too young in 1907 to have any
influence. Sophie Leviseur was an influential person
in her own right.

Wolf Ehrlich was a business man, senator for the
Orange Free State, three times mayor of Bloemfontein,
a founder of the Bloemfontein Chamber of Commerce, a
founder and president of the SA Jewish Board of
Deputies, president of the Jewish Congregation,
Portuguese Consul etc. None of his children were
doctors or dentists, as far as I know.

So in 1907 Moritz Leviseur and Wolf Ehrlich would have
been considered influential men in Bloemfontein, and a
good bet for assisting someone obtain permission to
practice dentistry. I should mention that my
grandmother, Frieda (nee Prager) Katz, qualified as a
dentist in Germany in 1918. She was the first woman
admitted to the medical school at Heidelberg
University. However, upon arrival in the Orange Free
State in 1919 she was not allowed to practice as a
dentist because South Africa did not have a reciprocal
relationship with Germany in these matters. Germany
did not recognize South African qualifications, so
South Africa would not recognize German ones.

For more information please contact me privately.

Amanda Katz Jermyn
Massachusetts, USA

Subject: EHRLICH/LEVISEUR - Dentistry in the Orange
River Colony.
From: Adam Yamey <adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2006 23:07:56 +0000 (GMT)

A distant relative of mine, Gustav GINSBERG
(1872-1922), who had qualified as a dentist in Germany
was attempting in 1907 to have his German
qualifications recognised by the British authorities
in the Orange River Colony (ORC). His brother Franz
GINSBERG, MLA wrote a letter on his behalf in which he
refers to,
"... a number of prominent men of the ORC can testify.
For instance Mr Ehrlich Mr Leviseur etc...".

To whom was Franz Ginsberg referring - ie which Mr
EHRLICH and LEVISEUR ?
Are they the persons mentioned on the SA SIG
website:
<http://www.jewishgen.org/SAfrica/communities/8/>,
or possibly some other people with those names?

Were there any dentists around in the ORC at this time
with these names?

Thanks in advance,
Adam Yamey, London, UK <adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>


Re: LDS Family History Centres in England #general

Hilary Henkin <hilary@...>
 

Dear group,
There is irony in this development that there are, in fact, many FHCs
in England.

A few months ago, I was approached by someone asking for research
help, since we potentially shared a common surname and locale. He
failed to note where he was, and I assumed he was in my country,
which happens to be the US.

As we corresponded back and forth, I suggested he check certain
microfilms which could be ordered >from his local FHC. At that point,
he told me there were no FHCs in England, where he was. . . .

To be graceful, I was the one to apologize for assuming he was in the
US, and I (of course) said I'd help by checking the films.

I've been busy since then, and haven't had a chance to check his
records, but now I'm not sorry. This gets to the heart of our asking
those who post queries where they are: why should I take my valuable
time to check records for someone who is perfectly capable of
checking his own records, so is either ignorant or a schnorrer? He
didn't ask what a FHC was, or try to find out where his nearest one
was - he told me there were none in England. And I believed him,
more the fool I.

Hilary Henkin

At 03:38 AM 1/27/2006, Jerry Goldbloom wrote:
There are at least two LDS Family History Centres in England and
probably many more. I have used the local one at High Wycombe,
Bucks. and they were most helpful. I believe there is another centre
in S. Kensington, London.

Regards
Jeremy Goldbloom, Chorleywood, UK

MODERATOR NOTE:
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHC/FHC_Results.asp?FHCCountry=England
lists all 76 centers in England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: LDS Family History Centres in England #general

Hilary Henkin <hilary@...>
 

Dear group,
There is irony in this development that there are, in fact, many FHCs
in England.

A few months ago, I was approached by someone asking for research
help, since we potentially shared a common surname and locale. He
failed to note where he was, and I assumed he was in my country,
which happens to be the US.

As we corresponded back and forth, I suggested he check certain
microfilms which could be ordered >from his local FHC. At that point,
he told me there were no FHCs in England, where he was. . . .

To be graceful, I was the one to apologize for assuming he was in the
US, and I (of course) said I'd help by checking the films.

I've been busy since then, and haven't had a chance to check his
records, but now I'm not sorry. This gets to the heart of our asking
those who post queries where they are: why should I take my valuable
time to check records for someone who is perfectly capable of
checking his own records, so is either ignorant or a schnorrer? He
didn't ask what a FHC was, or try to find out where his nearest one
was - he told me there were none in England. And I believed him,
more the fool I.

Hilary Henkin

At 03:38 AM 1/27/2006, Jerry Goldbloom wrote:
There are at least two LDS Family History Centres in England and
probably many more. I have used the local one at High Wycombe,
Bucks. and they were most helpful. I believe there is another centre
in S. Kensington, London.

Regards
Jeremy Goldbloom, Chorleywood, UK

MODERATOR NOTE:
http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/FHC/FHC_Results.asp?FHCCountry=England
lists all 76 centers in England


Re: search before posting...telephone #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Howie Axelrod asked: "Need tel # of XXXXXX Y. ZZZZZZZ in Visalia, CA. Can
anyone assist?"

We have had many replies on this question directing us to various sites, yet the
replies left me reeling!

I really wonder if I am the only one who finds a big paradox/double standards at
play here. On the one hand, there is a discussion on whether someone should, or
should not, reveal the country and/or their town of residence or whether we
should respect their right to privacy. We are not even allowed to give a house
number on this forum. Three weeks ago, I was openly criticised, for even
quoting a JGFF researcher # [I did not even mention a name!]. A correspondent
wrote in to say it was in "bad taste" to look for this researcher in a posting.

Now to my amazement, we have a step-by-step instruction manual in a posting on
how to find the telephone # and email address of a named person [I am too
discreet to repeat the name!]. Moreover, this person probably has no idea that
this analysis is taking place and indeed they may be most displeased!

This is genealogical forum and I agree we should all share our genealogical
tricks to help reveal secrets of our ancestors but when it comes to personal
telephone numbers and addresses of living people, I feel [and I may be in the
minority!] that a private reply is the correct procedure.

I have sent step-by-step instruction manuals to the Austria-Czech SIG before,
indeed also to this Discussion Group, but they have been about how to tackle
difficult databases! Today I have found a *hidden* person in a cemetery database
and various tricks were involved and I may write about them - the date was
nearly 100 years ago. But were the result of my quest a telephone # in
California today - no way would I tell the world at large.

Now that, to me, really is *bad taste*.

Celia Male [U.K.]

MODERATOR NOTE: We don't post full addresses or telephone numbers that are less
than 72 years old. We discourage the posting of random information about
random individuals, no matter how old the information is, but encourage the
posting of information about "how to find information" about family members.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re:search before posting...telephone #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Howie Axelrod asked: "Need tel # of XXXXXX Y. ZZZZZZZ in Visalia, CA. Can
anyone assist?"

We have had many replies on this question directing us to various sites, yet the
replies left me reeling!

I really wonder if I am the only one who finds a big paradox/double standards at
play here. On the one hand, there is a discussion on whether someone should, or
should not, reveal the country and/or their town of residence or whether we
should respect their right to privacy. We are not even allowed to give a house
number on this forum. Three weeks ago, I was openly criticised, for even
quoting a JGFF researcher # [I did not even mention a name!]. A correspondent
wrote in to say it was in "bad taste" to look for this researcher in a posting.

Now to my amazement, we have a step-by-step instruction manual in a posting on
how to find the telephone # and email address of a named person [I am too
discreet to repeat the name!]. Moreover, this person probably has no idea that
this analysis is taking place and indeed they may be most displeased!

This is genealogical forum and I agree we should all share our genealogical
tricks to help reveal secrets of our ancestors but when it comes to personal
telephone numbers and addresses of living people, I feel [and I may be in the
minority!] that a private reply is the correct procedure.

I have sent step-by-step instruction manuals to the Austria-Czech SIG before,
indeed also to this Discussion Group, but they have been about how to tackle
difficult databases! Today I have found a *hidden* person in a cemetery database
and various tricks were involved and I may write about them - the date was
nearly 100 years ago. But were the result of my quest a telephone # in
California today - no way would I tell the world at large.

Now that, to me, really is *bad taste*.

Celia Male [U.K.]

MODERATOR NOTE: We don't post full addresses or telephone numbers that are less
than 72 years old. We discourage the posting of random information about
random individuals, no matter how old the information is, but encourage the
posting of information about "how to find information" about family members.


Jewish cemetery in Tysmienitsa #general

Joan and Bernie Bloom <jobbloom@...>
 

Does anyone know whether the Jewish cemetery in Tysmienitsa still
exists? The town was in Poland prior to WW II and is probably in the
Ukraine now -- but I'm not sure. The town is just south of Stanislawow.

Thanks,

Bernie Bloom


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish cemetery in Tysmienitsa #general

Joan and Bernie Bloom <jobbloom@...>
 

Does anyone know whether the Jewish cemetery in Tysmienitsa still
exists? The town was in Poland prior to WW II and is probably in the
Ukraine now -- but I'm not sure. The town is just south of Stanislawow.

Thanks,

Bernie Bloom


DROSE in UK #general

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

Here's a family I don't belong to - I thought I did. In case it helps anyone:

Harry (Hirsch) DROSE
Russia; Watch Repairer and Jeweller;
56, Ickburgh Road, Clapton, London.
25 April, 1924

Children of Harry (Hirsch) DROSE and (Lily) SANDEMAN are:
i. Hannah Gertrude DROSE, b. December 11, 1912, Whitechapel
1c 452; d. St Peter's Hospital, Whitechapel. 37 Fieldgate St, Whitechapel,
myocardial degeneration
ii. Jacob DROSE, b. July 3, 1914, 37 Fieldgate St, Whitechapel.
iii. Lily DROSE, b. July 20, 1916, Whitechapel 1c 390.
iv. Esther DROSE, b. April 21, 1918, born at 16, Genighan St,
Reading 2c 575.

Best-Miriam Margolyes
Santa Monica

searching:SANDMAN (NY) SHAPIRO (Chicago)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen DROSE in UK #general

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

Here's a family I don't belong to - I thought I did. In case it helps anyone:

Harry (Hirsch) DROSE
Russia; Watch Repairer and Jeweller;
56, Ickburgh Road, Clapton, London.
25 April, 1924

Children of Harry (Hirsch) DROSE and (Lily) SANDEMAN are:
i. Hannah Gertrude DROSE, b. December 11, 1912, Whitechapel
1c 452; d. St Peter's Hospital, Whitechapel. 37 Fieldgate St, Whitechapel,
myocardial degeneration
ii. Jacob DROSE, b. July 3, 1914, 37 Fieldgate St, Whitechapel.
iii. Lily DROSE, b. July 20, 1916, Whitechapel 1c 390.
iv. Esther DROSE, b. April 21, 1918, born at 16, Genighan St,
Reading 2c 575.

Best-Miriam Margolyes
Santa Monica

searching:SANDMAN (NY) SHAPIRO (Chicago)


Re: Stanley Kubrick exhibition #general

Lisa Lepore <llepore@...>
 

Adele

This exhibit has a web page - http://www.stanleykubrick.de/

Choose a language then you will enter the site. Choose the link at the top of
the page marked friends and supporters.

Christiane Kubrick has a website here http://www.christianekubrick.com/

you could write to her with the contact us link.

Alternatively, you could just call the "Australian Centre for the Moving Image"
by phone, and ask if someone in charge of the exhibit can help you.

I hope you can get in touch with someone who can help you.

Lisa Lepore

----- Original Message -----
Subject: Stanley Kubrick exhibition.
From: Adele Meren<madele@rabbit.com.au>
Date: 27th January, 2006
How do I find out if I could get a photocopy of it
AND where and when it was taken? The photos
seemed to have some German writing underneath them.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Stanley Kubrick exhibition #general

Lisa Lepore <llepore@...>
 

Adele

This exhibit has a web page - http://www.stanleykubrick.de/

Choose a language then you will enter the site. Choose the link at the top of
the page marked friends and supporters.

Christiane Kubrick has a website here http://www.christianekubrick.com/

you could write to her with the contact us link.

Alternatively, you could just call the "Australian Centre for the Moving Image"
by phone, and ask if someone in charge of the exhibit can help you.

I hope you can get in touch with someone who can help you.

Lisa Lepore

----- Original Message -----
Subject: Stanley Kubrick exhibition.
From: Adele Meren<madele@rabbit.com.au>
Date: 27th January, 2006
How do I find out if I could get a photocopy of it
AND where and when it was taken? The photos
seemed to have some German writing underneath them.


Re: Help with 1911 census Montreal entry #general

joyweave
 

I think I may have answered this myself. A closer look makes me think
the entry may read, "Loguer," which I take to be "boarder."

Joy Weaver,
East Islip, NY

Joy Weaver wrote:

I think I've found my grandmother in the 1911 census in Montreal. The
entry for her relationship looks like "cogem" or "cojem". Several
others in the h/h are listed as "Cousin" or "Cousine." This doesn't
look like those.

Can someone whose French is better than mine translate this?

Joy Weaver
East Islip, NY USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Help with 1911 census Montreal entry #general

joyweave
 

I think I may have answered this myself. A closer look makes me think
the entry may read, "Loguer," which I take to be "boarder."

Joy Weaver,
East Islip, NY

Joy Weaver wrote:

I think I've found my grandmother in the 1911 census in Montreal. The
entry for her relationship looks like "cogem" or "cojem". Several
others in the h/h are listed as "Cousin" or "Cousine." This doesn't
look like those.

Can someone whose French is better than mine translate this?

Joy Weaver
East Islip, NY USA