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FRIEDRICH LEVY MULLER(aka FRITZ LEVY MULLER OR FREDY LEWIN). #southafrica

Saul Issroff <saul@...>
 

Looking for any family of FRIEDRICH (FRITZ) LEVY ( Germany-Johannesburg)

1.--(father) LEOPOLD LEVY JACOBY born in Germany on February 26, 1877 died
in Chile on April 12, 1950

2.-(mother) ELSA SARA MULLER KRONACHER born in Germany on April 20, 1885
died in Chile on January 30. 1961. Leopold and Elsa married on November 1,
1908 in Germany

3.-children Hans Berthold Levy Muller born in Germany in the year 1916
died in Chile in 1963 single

4.-FRIEDRICH LEVY MULLER also known as FRITZ LEVY MULLER OR FREDY LEWIN.
He was never in Chile and in the thirties he went to live in South Africa
Johannesburg (8 Mettah Street, Hillbrow).

Saul Issroff (saul@shaul.homechoice.co.uk)


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica FRIEDRICH LEVY MULLER(aka FRITZ LEVY MULLER OR FREDY LEWIN). #southafrica

Saul Issroff <saul@...>
 

Looking for any family of FRIEDRICH (FRITZ) LEVY ( Germany-Johannesburg)

1.--(father) LEOPOLD LEVY JACOBY born in Germany on February 26, 1877 died
in Chile on April 12, 1950

2.-(mother) ELSA SARA MULLER KRONACHER born in Germany on April 20, 1885
died in Chile on January 30. 1961. Leopold and Elsa married on November 1,
1908 in Germany

3.-children Hans Berthold Levy Muller born in Germany in the year 1916
died in Chile in 1963 single

4.-FRIEDRICH LEVY MULLER also known as FRITZ LEVY MULLER OR FREDY LEWIN.
He was never in Chile and in the thirties he went to live in South Africa
Johannesburg (8 Mettah Street, Hillbrow).

Saul Issroff (saul@shaul.homechoice.co.uk)


ABILES/ ABELLES/ABELES of Hochlieben, Rakonitzer Kreis, Bohemia #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Wilma Iggers {nee ABELES} wrote to me and I have her permission to quote:
"I would like to know more about my ABELES ancestors and am willing to
share what I know. To introduce myself: I emigrated >from Czechoslovakia
with my family in 1938, to Canada. My father was Karl (Karel) ABELES; his
father was Richard ABELES, {Jewish first name, after his grandfather Rubin}.
His father was Israel ABELES.

He [Israel] and his wife Franziska and their 9 children - I know all their
names - lived in Hochlibin - Vysoka Libyna near Kralovice. His father, [ie
Wilma's gtgtgrandfather] who spelled his name Rubin ABELLES was born in 1790.

Israel had a brother Ignaz. Rubin's first wife's name was Libuse, his
second, Ignaz's mother was Magdalena. I had some of this info. >from
Magdalena's grandson, Dr. Hans ABELES [deceased] in New Jersey."

Then there followed some personal contact info re Hans' family. Wilma has
much of the ABELES data in the US [she is currently in Germany] and she
also has compilation by Richard ABELES of Phoenix, Arizona. Wilma then
writes:
"I have been hoping to do some research, but have not had time, and have,
perhaps wrongly, thought that all I would find is names and dates. I
would love to hear >from anybody who could tell me more, and would be
glad to pass on what else I know. My info. about my POPPER ancestors
and early relatives is about as extensive as about the ABELES, less about
ORNSTEIN and FINGERS, my other grandparents and their families."

Thank you Wilma for all this data. Wilma luckily has the Heimatschein
of Rubin ABELLES, Handelsmann, geheiratet [businessman/trader and married]
aged 58, dated 22 August 1850 >from Hochlieben. Bezirkshauptmannschaft
Saaz. Rubin is of average height with grey hair and black-grey eyes.
He speaks German and "Bohmisch".

In 1793 I have Isack Rubin ABILES [sic] {Witwer/widower} living in
Hochlieben Gut {Vysoka Libyne], Rakonitzer Kreis - Branntwien, Eisen
und Lederhandel [distiller, iron and leather].

With him lives Isack ABILES married and his wife Ester, no mention of
children, so I suspect RUBIN, Wilma's gtgtgrandfather, was born after
the census date in 1793 and he is the son of this ISACK and grandson
of ISACK RUBIN the widower {Vol V p329].

In most of the census volumes, there are many dates for the various
Herrschaften/Gut etc when the census was finalised. In the Caslauer
Kreis there are dates ranging >from early January till 3 March [p108 Vol V].
However, for the Rakonitzer Kreis there is only one reference to a
census data {Vol V p380}. The date of the completed census is 5 Hornung
[February] 1793. For Hornung see:

http://german.about.com/library/bllatein03.htm

So I believe that Rubin was born shortly after the census was taken in
Hochlieben and by August 22 1850, he was older than 57.5 yrs and registered
as 58.

The only other Jewish family in Hochlieben is that of Moyses Flus, an
aptly named Flussiedler [potash extractor] and distiller. He comes >from
Tische, Pilsner Kreis. And there is a footnote which says "von Prag
Sara ZUZEK" - which I assume means he obtained/bought the concession
from her. His wife is called Goloda - they have two sons Isak and Moises
and two daughters. These were probably the playmates of young Rubin.

So now we have a great ABELES succession for Wilma stretching over 250
years:

Isak Rubin - gtgtgtgtgrandfather born ca 1745
Isack - gtgtgtgrandfather born ca 1770
Rubin - gtgtgrandfather born 1793
Israel - gtgrandfather born ca 1818 - nine children all known
Richard - grandfather born ca 1860
Karl {Karel} - father born ca 1890
Wilma Iggers - daughter

As for the name ABELES - yes they were very numerous in the late 1900s
and early 20th century, but as I have said before - the name is not that
common in the various Kreis of Bohemia in 1793. When the census of
Prague arrives we may find many in Prague itself. There is a cluster
in Wallisgrin [Kuzova] in the Schutz of Hochlieben and they may be
relatives of Wilma's. Only a Familianten search will reveal this.
There are about 8 ABELES families in both the Berauner and Rakonitzer
Kreis in 1793 [16 families in all] and about 12 in all the other Kreis
combined; It is possible that by 1793 many ABELES families had already
changed their names to ADLER, AUSTERLITZ and variants and we are only
counting the stragglers who held on tenaciously to their ancestral name!
Furthemore, we have no proof that these families are related - indeed
it is most unlikely except for those living in the same local area.

The way forward for Wilma is a Familianten search in Prague together
with a search for the important birth certificates.

Celia Male [U.K.]

Fotnote: all the page references are to the 1793 Jewish census of Bohemia


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech ABILES/ ABELLES/ABELES of Hochlieben, Rakonitzer Kreis, Bohemia #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Wilma Iggers {nee ABELES} wrote to me and I have her permission to quote:
"I would like to know more about my ABELES ancestors and am willing to
share what I know. To introduce myself: I emigrated >from Czechoslovakia
with my family in 1938, to Canada. My father was Karl (Karel) ABELES; his
father was Richard ABELES, {Jewish first name, after his grandfather Rubin}.
His father was Israel ABELES.

He [Israel] and his wife Franziska and their 9 children - I know all their
names - lived in Hochlibin - Vysoka Libyna near Kralovice. His father, [ie
Wilma's gtgtgrandfather] who spelled his name Rubin ABELLES was born in 1790.

Israel had a brother Ignaz. Rubin's first wife's name was Libuse, his
second, Ignaz's mother was Magdalena. I had some of this info. >from
Magdalena's grandson, Dr. Hans ABELES [deceased] in New Jersey."

Then there followed some personal contact info re Hans' family. Wilma has
much of the ABELES data in the US [she is currently in Germany] and she
also has compilation by Richard ABELES of Phoenix, Arizona. Wilma then
writes:
"I have been hoping to do some research, but have not had time, and have,
perhaps wrongly, thought that all I would find is names and dates. I
would love to hear >from anybody who could tell me more, and would be
glad to pass on what else I know. My info. about my POPPER ancestors
and early relatives is about as extensive as about the ABELES, less about
ORNSTEIN and FINGERS, my other grandparents and their families."

Thank you Wilma for all this data. Wilma luckily has the Heimatschein
of Rubin ABELLES, Handelsmann, geheiratet [businessman/trader and married]
aged 58, dated 22 August 1850 >from Hochlieben. Bezirkshauptmannschaft
Saaz. Rubin is of average height with grey hair and black-grey eyes.
He speaks German and "Bohmisch".

In 1793 I have Isack Rubin ABILES [sic] {Witwer/widower} living in
Hochlieben Gut {Vysoka Libyne], Rakonitzer Kreis - Branntwien, Eisen
und Lederhandel [distiller, iron and leather].

With him lives Isack ABILES married and his wife Ester, no mention of
children, so I suspect RUBIN, Wilma's gtgtgrandfather, was born after
the census date in 1793 and he is the son of this ISACK and grandson
of ISACK RUBIN the widower {Vol V p329].

In most of the census volumes, there are many dates for the various
Herrschaften/Gut etc when the census was finalised. In the Caslauer
Kreis there are dates ranging >from early January till 3 March [p108 Vol V].
However, for the Rakonitzer Kreis there is only one reference to a
census data {Vol V p380}. The date of the completed census is 5 Hornung
[February] 1793. For Hornung see:

http://german.about.com/library/bllatein03.htm

So I believe that Rubin was born shortly after the census was taken in
Hochlieben and by August 22 1850, he was older than 57.5 yrs and registered
as 58.

The only other Jewish family in Hochlieben is that of Moyses Flus, an
aptly named Flussiedler [potash extractor] and distiller. He comes >from
Tische, Pilsner Kreis. And there is a footnote which says "von Prag
Sara ZUZEK" - which I assume means he obtained/bought the concession
from her. His wife is called Goloda - they have two sons Isak and Moises
and two daughters. These were probably the playmates of young Rubin.

So now we have a great ABELES succession for Wilma stretching over 250
years:

Isak Rubin - gtgtgtgtgrandfather born ca 1745
Isack - gtgtgtgrandfather born ca 1770
Rubin - gtgtgrandfather born 1793
Israel - gtgrandfather born ca 1818 - nine children all known
Richard - grandfather born ca 1860
Karl {Karel} - father born ca 1890
Wilma Iggers - daughter

As for the name ABELES - yes they were very numerous in the late 1900s
and early 20th century, but as I have said before - the name is not that
common in the various Kreis of Bohemia in 1793. When the census of
Prague arrives we may find many in Prague itself. There is a cluster
in Wallisgrin [Kuzova] in the Schutz of Hochlieben and they may be
relatives of Wilma's. Only a Familianten search will reveal this.
There are about 8 ABELES families in both the Berauner and Rakonitzer
Kreis in 1793 [16 families in all] and about 12 in all the other Kreis
combined; It is possible that by 1793 many ABELES families had already
changed their names to ADLER, AUSTERLITZ and variants and we are only
counting the stragglers who held on tenaciously to their ancestral name!
Furthemore, we have no proof that these families are related - indeed
it is most unlikely except for those living in the same local area.

The way forward for Wilma is a Familianten search in Prague together
with a search for the important birth certificates.

Celia Male [U.K.]

Fotnote: all the page references are to the 1793 Jewish census of Bohemia


Re: FREUND and POLLAK #austria-czech

Andrew Schwartz <anschwartz@...>
 

Linda:

I wish I could help you, since I am also researching the FREUND family. See
my web site at:

http://home.earthlink.net/~anschwartz/personal/genealogy/freund/freund.htm

If you look at the bottom of the tree, you will see a Jacob FREUND whose
mother was Anna KONIG, 2nd wife of Markus FREUND. There is some similarity
there to the names you seek.

... Andy Schwartz, St. Louis, Missouri
researching FREUND, ADASKIN

Subject: FREUND and POLLAK
From: Linda Berkowitz <e-berkowitz@neiu.edu>
Date: Sat, 28 Jan 2006 16:25:16 -0600
X-Message-Number: 1

I am looking for information on Abraham FREUND and his wife Anna
POLLAK; they operated a grocery store. I know that they had at least six
children, though I only know the names of three sons: Jacob (born 1858),
Joseph, and Alois (born 1854). I believe that these three sons lived in
Tabor, though Jacob was born in Votice and
Alois was born in Hresihlavy.

Jacob was married to Elizabeth HERMANN and they had a daughter, Ernst/
Arnost. Ernst/Arnost was married to Elsa MARKUS. Alois married Mathylda
FANTL and they had four children: Elsa, Irma, Rudolph, and Heda. Alois
and Mathylda took in Alois's brother Joseph because he was handicapped.

Linda Berkowitz
Northbrook, IL


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: FREUND and POLLAK #austria-czech

Andrew Schwartz <anschwartz@...>
 

Linda:

I wish I could help you, since I am also researching the FREUND family. See
my web site at:

http://home.earthlink.net/~anschwartz/personal/genealogy/freund/freund.htm

If you look at the bottom of the tree, you will see a Jacob FREUND whose
mother was Anna KONIG, 2nd wife of Markus FREUND. There is some similarity
there to the names you seek.

... Andy Schwartz, St. Louis, Missouri
researching FREUND, ADASKIN

Subject: FREUND and POLLAK
From: Linda Berkowitz <e-berkowitz@neiu.edu>
Date: Sat, 28 Jan 2006 16:25:16 -0600
X-Message-Number: 1

I am looking for information on Abraham FREUND and his wife Anna
POLLAK; they operated a grocery store. I know that they had at least six
children, though I only know the names of three sons: Jacob (born 1858),
Joseph, and Alois (born 1854). I believe that these three sons lived in
Tabor, though Jacob was born in Votice and
Alois was born in Hresihlavy.

Jacob was married to Elizabeth HERMANN and they had a daughter, Ernst/
Arnost. Ernst/Arnost was married to Elsa MARKUS. Alois married Mathylda
FANTL and they had four children: Elsa, Irma, Rudolph, and Heda. Alois
and Mathylda took in Alois's brother Joseph because he was handicapped.

Linda Berkowitz
Northbrook, IL


Hresihlavy, Bohemia #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

I'd be interested in learning more about Hresihlavy. My ZEIMER ancestors
came >from this town. My tree is below.

Randy Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA


(1) 1 Joachim ZEIMER
| (2) 1.1 Naphtali Herschl ZEIMER
| & Sara
| m. 1775
| | (3) 1.1.1 Abraham ZEIMER
| | & Magdalena POLLAK
| | m. 1801
| | (3) 1.1.2 Salomon ZEIMER
| | & Elisabeth DEIMEL
| | m. 1816
| | (3) 1.1.3 Catharina ZEIMER
| | (3) 1.1.4 Paula ZEIMER
| | (3) 1.1.5 Rachel ZEIMER
| | (3) 1.1.6 Fransziska ZEIMER (1794 - )
| | b. 1794, Hresihlavy, Bohemia, Czech Republic
| | & Jacob Isak JONTOF-HUTTER (1786 - 16 Mar 1835)
| | b. 1786, Prague, Czechoslovakia
| | d. 16 Mar 1835, Prague, Czechoslovakia
| | m. 13 Jun 1819, Prague, Czechoslovakia


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Hresihlavy, Bohemia #austria-czech

E. Randol Schoenberg
 

I'd be interested in learning more about Hresihlavy. My ZEIMER ancestors
came >from this town. My tree is below.

Randy Schoenberg
Los Angeles, CA


(1) 1 Joachim ZEIMER
| (2) 1.1 Naphtali Herschl ZEIMER
| & Sara
| m. 1775
| | (3) 1.1.1 Abraham ZEIMER
| | & Magdalena POLLAK
| | m. 1801
| | (3) 1.1.2 Salomon ZEIMER
| | & Elisabeth DEIMEL
| | m. 1816
| | (3) 1.1.3 Catharina ZEIMER
| | (3) 1.1.4 Paula ZEIMER
| | (3) 1.1.5 Rachel ZEIMER
| | (3) 1.1.6 Fransziska ZEIMER (1794 - )
| | b. 1794, Hresihlavy, Bohemia, Czech Republic
| | & Jacob Isak JONTOF-HUTTER (1786 - 16 Mar 1835)
| | b. 1786, Prague, Czechoslovakia
| | d. 16 Mar 1835, Prague, Czechoslovakia
| | m. 13 Jun 1819, Prague, Czechoslovakia


Gittleman, from Trochenbrud - Ludsk, Ukraine #general

Natalie Spencer Carroll
 

My cousin asked me to send this information to the Gen. If this connects
please let me know.

My grandfather's name was Herschel GITTELMAN, from
village of Trochenbrud - Ludsk, Ukraine. My
grandmother's maiden name was Vitti Rachel POTASH.
They had 3 children in Ukraine, Sarah, Irving and
Jack. They came to Chicago in the early 1900's.

Unfortunately, that is all the family info I have.

Gerald Simon

Simon Carroll
gilmore3@ix.netcom.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Gittleman, from Trochenbrud - Ludsk, Ukraine #general

Natalie Spencer Carroll
 

My cousin asked me to send this information to the Gen. If this connects
please let me know.

My grandfather's name was Herschel GITTELMAN, from
village of Trochenbrud - Ludsk, Ukraine. My
grandmother's maiden name was Vitti Rachel POTASH.
They had 3 children in Ukraine, Sarah, Irving and
Jack. They came to Chicago in the early 1900's.

Unfortunately, that is all the family info I have.

Gerald Simon

Simon Carroll
gilmore3@ix.netcom.com


Please post your genealogy #general

Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

Hi

I am currently speaking to second cousins I didn't know existed. They
found me because I uploaded my genealogy and my e-mail address onto the
Internet. I encourage everyone to put their genealogical information
into a computer and put it on the Internet so others can find you.

There are many reasons that people don't want to post their genealogy:
1) Don't know how: This can be solved by talking to someone who can
walk you through the process of creating a GEDCOM file, which is a file
designed to store your genealogy in a form that can be stored on the
Internet.
2) Don't know where: JewishGen's Family Tree of the Jewish People is a
good place to start. But there are many other places -
www.rootsweb.com, www.gencircles.com, www.geneanet.com, etc These are
all free sites.
3) Don't trust the Internet: There are programs that will let you
"clean" your GEDCOM file and remove anyone that is alive, plus all the
information about anyone that is dead. All you will be left with is the
name and relationships of dead people.
4) Don't want my hard work ripped off: You dug, spending many hours,
going blind, looking for those names. You can still "clean" your data
and leave just the names. That is the only way anyone will find you.
Otherwise, you are left to post on bulletin boards, hoping that others
will be able to see your post.
5) Don't want to be spammed: That is a major problem. *Do not* use your
personal e-mail address for genealogy. Either create another e-mail
account with your ISP or use the free e-mail accounts >from yahoo,
hotmail, etc.

Just my 2 cents
Zev Griner
GRINER, PANCER, LAJZER, BAUM/BOIM, LAPERDON, SAVARICK, ZAJDEL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Please post your genealogy #general

Zev Griner <zgriner@...>
 

Hi

I am currently speaking to second cousins I didn't know existed. They
found me because I uploaded my genealogy and my e-mail address onto the
Internet. I encourage everyone to put their genealogical information
into a computer and put it on the Internet so others can find you.

There are many reasons that people don't want to post their genealogy:
1) Don't know how: This can be solved by talking to someone who can
walk you through the process of creating a GEDCOM file, which is a file
designed to store your genealogy in a form that can be stored on the
Internet.
2) Don't know where: JewishGen's Family Tree of the Jewish People is a
good place to start. But there are many other places -
www.rootsweb.com, www.gencircles.com, www.geneanet.com, etc These are
all free sites.
3) Don't trust the Internet: There are programs that will let you
"clean" your GEDCOM file and remove anyone that is alive, plus all the
information about anyone that is dead. All you will be left with is the
name and relationships of dead people.
4) Don't want my hard work ripped off: You dug, spending many hours,
going blind, looking for those names. You can still "clean" your data
and leave just the names. That is the only way anyone will find you.
Otherwise, you are left to post on bulletin boards, hoping that others
will be able to see your post.
5) Don't want to be spammed: That is a major problem. *Do not* use your
personal e-mail address for genealogy. Either create another e-mail
account with your ISP or use the free e-mail accounts >from yahoo,
hotmail, etc.

Just my 2 cents
Zev Griner
GRINER, PANCER, LAJZER, BAUM/BOIM, LAPERDON, SAVARICK, ZAJDEL


IAJGS Conference-Gesher Galicia Luncheon Program #poland

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce that the speaker at our annual
luncheon to be held at the IAJGS conference in New York City on Monday,
August 14th will be author Daniel Mendelsohn, a frequent contributor to The
New York Review of Books , The New York Times Magazine and The New York
Times Book Review, who will discuss his new book, due out in October 2006,
“The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million.”

“The Lost” is the story of an odyssey in search of six ghosts. Daniel
Mendelsohn grew up in a family haunted by the disappearance of six relatives
during the Holocaust—an unmentionable subject that gripped the author’s
imagination >from his earliest childhood. Decades later—spurred by the
discovery of a cache of desperate letters written to his grandfather in
1939—he embarked on a hunt for the remaining eyewitnesses to his relatives’
fates

Part of Mendelsohn’s journey included a return to his family’s ancestral
shtetl of Bolechow, Ukraine, formerly Galicia, where his family had lived,
continuously, in the same house >from the late 17th century--when the Jews
first arrived--until 1941, when the Germans invaded. With Alex Dunai as his
guide, he sought to learn the truth about the lives of this vanished
family—an investigation into the meaning of memory, family and history..

The focus of his talk will be the "writer's angle" in genealogical research
and the emotions encountered when one moves between past and present in an
effort to solve a long-standing family mystery. Dunai will also be there,
providing his perspective on the role of the guide, researcher and
translator in undertaking a genealogical quest that resembles a detective
story.

The luncheon requires advance registration and a fee separate >from
conference registration.

Registration information can be accessed at the IAJGS conference website at:

http://www.jgsny2006.org/registration.cfm

We look forward to seeing you there!

Pamela Weisberger
Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@hotmail.com


JRI Poland #Poland IAJGS Conference-Gesher Galicia Luncheon Program #poland

Pamela Weisberger <pweisberger@...>
 

Gesher Galicia is pleased to announce that the speaker at our annual
luncheon to be held at the IAJGS conference in New York City on Monday,
August 14th will be author Daniel Mendelsohn, a frequent contributor to The
New York Review of Books , The New York Times Magazine and The New York
Times Book Review, who will discuss his new book, due out in October 2006,
“The Lost: A Search for Six of Six Million.”

“The Lost” is the story of an odyssey in search of six ghosts. Daniel
Mendelsohn grew up in a family haunted by the disappearance of six relatives
during the Holocaust—an unmentionable subject that gripped the author’s
imagination >from his earliest childhood. Decades later—spurred by the
discovery of a cache of desperate letters written to his grandfather in
1939—he embarked on a hunt for the remaining eyewitnesses to his relatives’
fates

Part of Mendelsohn’s journey included a return to his family’s ancestral
shtetl of Bolechow, Ukraine, formerly Galicia, where his family had lived,
continuously, in the same house >from the late 17th century--when the Jews
first arrived--until 1941, when the Germans invaded. With Alex Dunai as his
guide, he sought to learn the truth about the lives of this vanished
family—an investigation into the meaning of memory, family and history..

The focus of his talk will be the "writer's angle" in genealogical research
and the emotions encountered when one moves between past and present in an
effort to solve a long-standing family mystery. Dunai will also be there,
providing his perspective on the role of the guide, researcher and
translator in undertaking a genealogical quest that resembles a detective
story.

The luncheon requires advance registration and a fee separate >from
conference registration.

Registration information can be accessed at the IAJGS conference website at:

http://www.jgsny2006.org/registration.cfm

We look forward to seeing you there!

Pamela Weisberger
Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@hotmail.com


Sefer Podhajce: Memorial book of Podhajce #poland

Jean Rosenbaum <mervinr@...>
 

I am happy to announce that pages 114-150 of the Podhajce Yizkor book
have now been translated into English and were added to the pages which
were done previously. You may read them at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Podhajce/Podhajce.html

Thanks to Lance Ackerfeld and Joyce Fields for their continuing
technical support of this project and to Jerrold Landau for the
beautiful translation.

Jean Rosenbaum
Baytown, TX
Gesher Galicia Town Leader for Podhajce


JRI Poland #Poland Sefer Podhajce: Memorial book of Podhajce #poland

Jean Rosenbaum <mervinr@...>
 

I am happy to announce that pages 114-150 of the Podhajce Yizkor book
have now been translated into English and were added to the pages which
were done previously. You may read them at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Podhajce/Podhajce.html

Thanks to Lance Ackerfeld and Joyce Fields for their continuing
technical support of this project and to Jerrold Landau for the
beautiful translation.

Jean Rosenbaum
Baytown, TX
Gesher Galicia Town Leader for Podhajce


Morris Friend #poland

Shelly Crane
 

Hello to all,

I ordered naturalization records on someone who was hopefully to be the
husband of my gr-gr aunt Masza LANGUS-FRAJND, originally >from Grajewo,
Poland and then on to Raczki. She stayed behind in Poland as far as we
know, but he came to the US.

The naturalization records I received are most definitely not my aunt's
husband, so if someone is related to the following person, please contact
me privately:

Morris FRIEND (Anglicized name) >from Lublin, Poland, married to Beckie. I
don't know if he was >from the city itself or surrounding area.
They lived on Union Ave in the Bronx. He was a bookmaker. They married in
1917. Their children were: Benjamin (b 1918) and twins (?) William and
Hyman (b 1923).

Thanks

Shelly Crane
USA
other names I am researching:
Anywhere in Lomza-Suwalki, Poland: BRIKMAN, CUKERBRAUM
DANOWSKI , FAJNTUCH FRAJND, FROMSEN, GABELMAN, GELER, GOLDFARB, GOREN,
GRANOT, LANGUS, KALIFOWICZ, KLEINMAN, LIPOWICZ, LIPSZYC, MILEWICZ,
PRESSMAN, SOKOLOWICZ, WAJNBERG, WINICKA, WRUBEL.
Gabin, Poland BOL,
Miedzyrzec Podlaski, Poland: FLASZTERSZTEIN
Parichi, Belarus, GORELIK,
Location Unknown, Austria: HERZEK, SCHWARTZ
Vilnius, Lithuania, FELMAN


JRI Poland #Poland Morris Friend #poland

Shelly Crane
 

Hello to all,

I ordered naturalization records on someone who was hopefully to be the
husband of my gr-gr aunt Masza LANGUS-FRAJND, originally >from Grajewo,
Poland and then on to Raczki. She stayed behind in Poland as far as we
know, but he came to the US.

The naturalization records I received are most definitely not my aunt's
husband, so if someone is related to the following person, please contact
me privately:

Morris FRIEND (Anglicized name) >from Lublin, Poland, married to Beckie. I
don't know if he was >from the city itself or surrounding area.
They lived on Union Ave in the Bronx. He was a bookmaker. They married in
1917. Their children were: Benjamin (b 1918) and twins (?) William and
Hyman (b 1923).

Thanks

Shelly Crane
USA
other names I am researching:
Anywhere in Lomza-Suwalki, Poland: BRIKMAN, CUKERBRAUM
DANOWSKI , FAJNTUCH FRAJND, FROMSEN, GABELMAN, GELER, GOLDFARB, GOREN,
GRANOT, LANGUS, KALIFOWICZ, KLEINMAN, LIPOWICZ, LIPSZYC, MILEWICZ,
PRESSMAN, SOKOLOWICZ, WAJNBERG, WINICKA, WRUBEL.
Gabin, Poland BOL,
Miedzyrzec Podlaski, Poland: FLASZTERSZTEIN
Parichi, Belarus, GORELIK,
Location Unknown, Austria: HERZEK, SCHWARTZ
Vilnius, Lithuania, FELMAN


RSS feed of Litvak family trees #lithuania

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

If you have an RSS Reader, you can download an RSS feed of Litvak family
trees >from www.FamilyTreeRegistry.org/rss.php. The feed only covers trees
added to www.FamilyTreeRegistry.org.

Best regards,

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


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania RSS feed of Litvak family trees #lithuania

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

If you have an RSS Reader, you can download an RSS feed of Litvak family
trees >from www.FamilyTreeRegistry.org/rss.php. The feed only covers trees
added to www.FamilyTreeRegistry.org.

Best regards,

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