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the family STEINBERG #general

Mark Ross
 

I'm look for the descendents of Joe (Joseph) STEINBERG who arrived in the
U.S. in the late l800's or very early in the l900's. He had three sisters
in the country (Rose, my mother), Nesha and Becky). He had at least one son
who was a physician in the l930's. The family had a well-known restaurant on
the upper West Side named "Steinberg's".

Thank you

Mark Ross
Storrs, CT


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen the family STEINBERG #general

Mark Ross
 

I'm look for the descendents of Joe (Joseph) STEINBERG who arrived in the
U.S. in the late l800's or very early in the l900's. He had three sisters
in the country (Rose, my mother), Nesha and Becky). He had at least one son
who was a physician in the l930's. The family had a well-known restaurant on
the upper West Side named "Steinberg's".

Thank you

Mark Ross
Storrs, CT


Re: HeChaver #lithuania

Zalman <zall@...>
 

"HeChaver" means "friend' in Yiddish and Hebrew.
NunTetAyin - Nete, probably refers to Nathan.

Zalman Lazkovich


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: HeChaver #lithuania

Zalman <zall@...>
 

"HeChaver" means "friend' in Yiddish and Hebrew.
NunTetAyin - Nete, probably refers to Nathan.

Zalman Lazkovich


Honny ROSENTHAL from Kfar Ginossar #general

Sy & Cyndie <sypearlman@...>
 

I am searching for a Honny (ROSENTHAL or FRYDMAN) who was in Kfar Ginnosar in
the 1970's. At that time she was head of the kitchen.
Any hints.
Sy Pearlman

Researching PEARLMAN (Bialystok, Rozany),ROSACHOTSKY and SKOVRONEK (Lomza,
Wysokie Mazowieckie),KUNOFSKY and LEVINE (Uzda and Nesvizh), BERNBACH and HACKEL
(Ulanow, Lejzaisk), MINTZER (Glebowice), CHAIT (Kiev),
TREITELMAN (Akkerman, Odessa).


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Honny ROSENTHAL from Kfar Ginossar #general

Sy & Cyndie <sypearlman@...>
 

I am searching for a Honny (ROSENTHAL or FRYDMAN) who was in Kfar Ginnosar in
the 1970's. At that time she was head of the kitchen.
Any hints.
Sy Pearlman

Researching PEARLMAN (Bialystok, Rozany),ROSACHOTSKY and SKOVRONEK (Lomza,
Wysokie Mazowieckie),KUNOFSKY and LEVINE (Uzda and Nesvizh), BERNBACH and HACKEL
(Ulanow, Lejzaisk), MINTZER (Glebowice), CHAIT (Kiev),
TREITELMAN (Akkerman, Odessa).


schools for shochets #lithuania

IZ LENZNER <IZL@...>
 

I am looking for information on SCHOOLS FOR SHOCHETS in Lithuania.

PLEASE send to me directly....

Iz Lenzer

izl@bellsouth.net-------------tia


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania schools for shochets #lithuania

IZ LENZNER <IZL@...>
 

I am looking for information on SCHOOLS FOR SHOCHETS in Lithuania.

PLEASE send to me directly....

Iz Lenzer

izl@bellsouth.net-------------tia


Re: Hechaver Avraham Note #lithuania

Marcia Goldberg <marcia.fargotstein@...>
 

A possible answer to the first question is that Chaver means friend, but
in this case, it may mean that he was a member of the Chevra Kadisha -
the burial society or holy society. In Eastern Europe, this was
considered an honor and may have been so noted on his headstone.

Marcia F. Goldberg
FARGOTSTEIN (Fargotshteyn) - Mariempole, NEMEN - Mariempole, ZOBER
(ISBER)- Kovno, REITBERG (REYTBORD) - Bialystok

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Having been surprised by my mothers and grandmothers Hebrew /Yiddish
names I am paying more attention to other members of my family. Could
any litvaksigger help me understand the wording on my grandfathers
headstone. It reads in Hebrew: "Hechaver Avraham Note (spelled nun tet
ayin) benreb Itamar".
1) What would the word Hechaver refer to?
2) Would I be right to assume that Note is yiddish for Nathan and if so
shouldn't the Hebrew word Natan have appeared before Note?

3) Was Itamar in common useage in the 19 Century before Eliezer Ben
Yehuda's son popularized the name by using it as part of his pen name?

Many thanks
Alter Solomon.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Hechaver Avraham Note #lithuania

Marcia Goldberg <marcia.fargotstein@...>
 

A possible answer to the first question is that Chaver means friend, but
in this case, it may mean that he was a member of the Chevra Kadisha -
the burial society or holy society. In Eastern Europe, this was
considered an honor and may have been so noted on his headstone.

Marcia F. Goldberg
FARGOTSTEIN (Fargotshteyn) - Mariempole, NEMEN - Mariempole, ZOBER
(ISBER)- Kovno, REITBERG (REYTBORD) - Bialystok

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Having been surprised by my mothers and grandmothers Hebrew /Yiddish
names I am paying more attention to other members of my family. Could
any litvaksigger help me understand the wording on my grandfathers
headstone. It reads in Hebrew: "Hechaver Avraham Note (spelled nun tet
ayin) benreb Itamar".
1) What would the word Hechaver refer to?
2) Would I be right to assume that Note is yiddish for Nathan and if so
shouldn't the Hebrew word Natan have appeared before Note?

3) Was Itamar in common useage in the 19 Century before Eliezer Ben
Yehuda's son popularized the name by using it as part of his pen name?

Many thanks
Alter Solomon.


Viewmate pics: Suwalki/Sejny + Pittsburgh + Tel Aviv #poland

dayna reader <zoeys_mom@...>
 

I have two photos up on viewmate currently and would
much appreciate it if anyone with ties to the Suwalki
region of Poland, Pittsburgh, PA and/or Tel Aviv would
take a look.

They are VM 7432 and 7433.

I have other pictures like the 1931 group of girls and
would be pleased to email them to anyone who thinks
they might see something similar to their family from
Pitttsburgh.

Thanks very much, and please email me offline if you
see any connections.

Dayna Chalif
San Francisco, CA. USA

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Viewmate may be found at www.jewishgen.org/viewmate


JRI Poland #Poland Viewmate pics: Suwalki/Sejny + Pittsburgh + Tel Aviv #poland

dayna reader <zoeys_mom@...>
 

I have two photos up on viewmate currently and would
much appreciate it if anyone with ties to the Suwalki
region of Poland, Pittsburgh, PA and/or Tel Aviv would
take a look.

They are VM 7432 and 7433.

I have other pictures like the 1931 group of girls and
would be pleased to email them to anyone who thinks
they might see something similar to their family from
Pitttsburgh.

Thanks very much, and please email me offline if you
see any connections.

Dayna Chalif
San Francisco, CA. USA

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Viewmate may be found at www.jewishgen.org/viewmate


Stanley Kubrick Exhibition #poland

am <madele@...>
 

While viewing the touring 'Stanley Kubrick Exhibition' here in
Melbourne, Australia recently at the "Australian Centre for the Moving
Image" [ACMI], I noticed an exhibit about a proposed film of his [in
conjunction with Warner Bros.] which failed to come to fruition -
'Aryan Papers.' Apparently, Warner Bros. didn't go ahead with it, as
it would have been in direct competition with Steven Spielberg's
'Schindler's List.'

Anyway, Kubrick had gone as far as having location shots researched in
Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Ukraine. He had also got photos taken
from the Warsaw Ghetto. In one of them, I noticed a shot of what
looked like my late mother-in-law's sweets [lollies] shop. 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.

Regards,

Adele Meren,
Melbourne, Australia.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: If anyone has information about how to obtain copies
of the photos in this exhibit >from the Warsaw Ghetto, please respond
privately.


JRI Poland #Poland Stanley Kubrick Exhibition #poland

am <madele@...>
 

While viewing the touring 'Stanley Kubrick Exhibition' here in
Melbourne, Australia recently at the "Australian Centre for the Moving
Image" [ACMI], I noticed an exhibit about a proposed film of his [in
conjunction with Warner Bros.] which failed to come to fruition -
'Aryan Papers.' Apparently, Warner Bros. didn't go ahead with it, as
it would have been in direct competition with Steven Spielberg's
'Schindler's List.'

Anyway, Kubrick had gone as far as having location shots researched in
Poland, Czechoslovakia and the Ukraine. He had also got photos taken
from the Warsaw Ghetto. In one of them, I noticed a shot of what
looked like my late mother-in-law's sweets [lollies] shop. 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.

Regards,

Adele Meren,
Melbourne, Australia.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: If anyone has information about how to obtain copies
of the photos in this exhibit >from the Warsaw Ghetto, please respond
privately.


The name Marmal #poland

Lancy
 

Indeed it can be. My great aunt Marmale >from Opatow, Poland, was Myriam in
Hebrew and Marya in Polish according to the records. The two alephs in the
name of your relative are probably due to phonetic writing.

Lancy Spalter
Kfar Tavor, Israel

----- Original Message -----

Is anyone familiar with the woman's name Marmal, spelt (in Yiddish) mem
aleph resh mem aleph lamed? Could it be an equivalent of the Polish
secular
name Maria? It belonged to a relative in Lublin.

I've looked on the JewishGen Given Names Database, but haven't found
anything similar.

Thanks and regards,

Jeff Segal

Researching
DORFGAJER, GRADEL, TEMPELDYNER, FRYDMAN (Lublin)
SEGAL, SAPHIER (Zbaraz)
STOLLAR, SHLOCHEVSKY (Poltava)


JRI Poland #Poland The name Marmal #poland

Lancy
 

Indeed it can be. My great aunt Marmale >from Opatow, Poland, was Myriam in
Hebrew and Marya in Polish according to the records. The two alephs in the
name of your relative are probably due to phonetic writing.

Lancy Spalter
Kfar Tavor, Israel

----- Original Message -----

Is anyone familiar with the woman's name Marmal, spelt (in Yiddish) mem
aleph resh mem aleph lamed? Could it be an equivalent of the Polish
secular
name Maria? It belonged to a relative in Lublin.

I've looked on the JewishGen Given Names Database, but haven't found
anything similar.

Thanks and regards,

Jeff Segal

Researching
DORFGAJER, GRADEL, TEMPELDYNER, FRYDMAN (Lublin)
SEGAL, SAPHIER (Zbaraz)
STOLLAR, SHLOCHEVSKY (Poltava)


The name Marmal #poland

philapple@...
 

In response to Jeff Segal, who asked, "Is anyone familiar with the
woman's name Marmal, spelt (in Yiddish) mem aleph resh mem aleph lamed?
Could it be an equivalent of the Polish secular name Maria? It belonged
to a relative in Lublin."

Could this name somehow be linked to the marmal that is a variation of
murmel, the German word for "marble"? Both Murmelstein and Marmalstein
occur as family names. Then there is David Z. Marmal, president of the
Mrs. America and the Mrs. World beauty pageants. (By the way, Mrs. Israel
just won the Mrs. World title.)

Phillip Applebaum
Oak Park, Michigan, USA


JRI Poland #Poland The name Marmal #poland

philapple@...
 

In response to Jeff Segal, who asked, "Is anyone familiar with the
woman's name Marmal, spelt (in Yiddish) mem aleph resh mem aleph lamed?
Could it be an equivalent of the Polish secular name Maria? It belonged
to a relative in Lublin."

Could this name somehow be linked to the marmal that is a variation of
murmel, the German word for "marble"? Both Murmelstein and Marmalstein
occur as family names. Then there is David Z. Marmal, president of the
Mrs. America and the Mrs. World beauty pageants. (By the way, Mrs. Israel
just won the Mrs. World title.)

Phillip Applebaum
Oak Park, Michigan, USA


Lodz Holocaust Memorials #lodz #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings all,
I have some new material on my site of interest to those with an interest in
Lodz. I have begun to install web pages into my "Holocaust Memorials"
exhibition and the first two have to do with the Lodz memorials at New
Montefiore Cemetery in Pinelawn, New York. There are two society burial
plots associated with the Lodzer Young Men's Benevolent Society there and
both have memorials. Visit the exhibition and you will see photographs of
the two monuments and a complete listing of all the names inscribed on each,
presumably the names of those >from Lodz who perished in the Shoah. You can
access the exhibition through my main Lodz page at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/lee-lodz.htm . I hope that you find your visit
to these pages worthwhile. Also recall that on my site there is a fairly
complete listing of all those who last resided in Lodz and immigrated
through Ellis Island ("How Our Families Came to America...").
I am also looking to add photographs >from Lodz to both my main Lodz page
(modern-day photographs of the city of Lodz) and also to my "Postcards >from
Home" exhibition, i.e. family photos taken anytime before the end of WWII.
If you have any that I could display, I would be most appreciative.

Best regards,
Steven Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Lodz Holocaust Memorials #lodz #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings all,
I have some new material on my site of interest to those with an interest in
Lodz. I have begun to install web pages into my "Holocaust Memorials"
exhibition and the first two have to do with the Lodz memorials at New
Montefiore Cemetery in Pinelawn, New York. There are two society burial
plots associated with the Lodzer Young Men's Benevolent Society there and
both have memorials. Visit the exhibition and you will see photographs of
the two monuments and a complete listing of all the names inscribed on each,
presumably the names of those >from Lodz who perished in the Shoah. You can
access the exhibition through my main Lodz page at
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/lee-lodz.htm . I hope that you find your visit
to these pages worthwhile. Also recall that on my site there is a fairly
complete listing of all those who last resided in Lodz and immigrated
through Ellis Island ("How Our Families Came to America...").
I am also looking to add photographs >from Lodz to both my main Lodz page
(modern-day photographs of the city of Lodz) and also to my "Postcards >from
Home" exhibition, i.e. family photos taken anytime before the end of WWII.
If you have any that I could display, I would be most appreciative.

Best regards,
Steven Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com