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Seek Albert MAYER #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...>
 

Looking for:
ALBERT MAYER born April 6, 1885
married to Lina DEGGINGER >from Tuebingen/Germany born Dec 3, 1889
died in the 1960's
Where might this Albert Mayer be born and when and where died.( in the 1960's) ?
Children are Herbert Mayer born - died - married* Ilyse Mayer
* Herbert Mayer has lived at 1220 Rudolph Road, Apt. 3B, Northbrook , IL 60062

Kind regards Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...> St. Gallen Switz


German SIG #Germany Seek Albert MAYER #germany

Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...>
 

Looking for:
ALBERT MAYER born April 6, 1885
married to Lina DEGGINGER >from Tuebingen/Germany born Dec 3, 1889
died in the 1960's
Where might this Albert Mayer be born and when and where died.( in the 1960's) ?
Children are Herbert Mayer born - died - married* Ilyse Mayer
* Herbert Mayer has lived at 1220 Rudolph Road, Apt. 3B, Northbrook , IL 60062

Kind regards Hansmartin Unger <hans-martinunger@...> St. Gallen Switz


Intro letter #germany

norma schaffer <schaffernorma@...>
 

Hello GerSig,
I recently joined-I have been doing genealogical
research on a hit and miss basis for more than 5
years. I am a novice at German Jewish genealogy
research. I live near Los Angeles California USA.
My native language is English. I also am fluent in
Spanish and I understand and am able to read some
German. I consider myself to be itermediate in so far
as using a computer and the internet. I have
identified -- to a degree my grandparents and great
grandparents names, birth and dealth dates and places.
All except for my paternal grandfather were killed in
camps during the Shoah. There are also names of other
relatives that I have been discovering since Yad
Vashem went on line. My mother's father per Yad
Vashem, was born in Weener Germany. I had been told
by a person who did some research for me in Vienna,
that Otto POLACSEK was born in Vienna--however I think
this was a mistake in the translation(Wein.) Both of
my parents have been deceased for a number of years
and my research started after their deaths. Like so
many other children of Holocaust survivors I only know
bits and pieces of information. My primary research
goals as far as GerSig is concered is my maternal
grandfather's information. I know he lived in Vienna
and was married to Helene BRAND POLACSEK also lived in
Vienna although Helene was born in Krakow

Norma Schaffer schaffernorma@... Los Angeles CA USA

I am researching these names:
SCHAFFER -Vienna Austria, Kolomea Ukraine, BRAND - Vienna Austria, Krakow Poland,
POLACSEK- Vienna Austria, Weener Germany, NEUMANN- BOCK


German SIG #Germany Intro letter #germany

norma schaffer <schaffernorma@...>
 

Hello GerSig,
I recently joined-I have been doing genealogical
research on a hit and miss basis for more than 5
years. I am a novice at German Jewish genealogy
research. I live near Los Angeles California USA.
My native language is English. I also am fluent in
Spanish and I understand and am able to read some
German. I consider myself to be itermediate in so far
as using a computer and the internet. I have
identified -- to a degree my grandparents and great
grandparents names, birth and dealth dates and places.
All except for my paternal grandfather were killed in
camps during the Shoah. There are also names of other
relatives that I have been discovering since Yad
Vashem went on line. My mother's father per Yad
Vashem, was born in Weener Germany. I had been told
by a person who did some research for me in Vienna,
that Otto POLACSEK was born in Vienna--however I think
this was a mistake in the translation(Wein.) Both of
my parents have been deceased for a number of years
and my research started after their deaths. Like so
many other children of Holocaust survivors I only know
bits and pieces of information. My primary research
goals as far as GerSig is concered is my maternal
grandfather's information. I know he lived in Vienna
and was married to Helene BRAND POLACSEK also lived in
Vienna although Helene was born in Krakow

Norma Schaffer schaffernorma@... Los Angeles CA USA

I am researching these names:
SCHAFFER -Vienna Austria, Kolomea Ukraine, BRAND - Vienna Austria, Krakow Poland,
POLACSEK- Vienna Austria, Weener Germany, NEUMANN- BOCK


Mobility of our ancestors #lithuania

Stepak
 

In my great grandparents' generation, I know of four siblings. Two brothers
I have found in records, each in a different town. Apparently all of the
KLOTSes of that generation were born in Seta, in the 1850s and 1850s. Seta
suffered >from some terrible fires. And Seta was a town on a dirt road, away
from railway lines. None of the next generation were born there. So I think
the KLOTS families must have left Seta primarily for economic reasons. Some
moved to Jonava.

I know that my own great grandparents, he (Movsha KLOTS) >from Seta, she
(Nahama Zlata KLING) >from Vabalninkas, for some reason married in Kupiskis
in 1883. In the 1890s they lived on Pozerka farm, Cypenai volost, near
Vabalninkas, and the early 1900s found them again in Kupiskis.

A brother of my great grandfather lived in Ukmerge, where his wife was born.
Their sister lived in the village of Vadokliai with her husband, Avraham
HURWITZ (WILCK). This I know >from the family. Why and how they arrived there,
I don't know.

At least one member of the family moved to Panevezys, to study at the
yeshiva.

In short, this must have been a common phenomenon, of moving around during
the 19th century.

Ellen Stepak
Ramat Gan, Israel


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Mobility of our ancestors #lithuania

Stepak
 

In my great grandparents' generation, I know of four siblings. Two brothers
I have found in records, each in a different town. Apparently all of the
KLOTSes of that generation were born in Seta, in the 1850s and 1850s. Seta
suffered >from some terrible fires. And Seta was a town on a dirt road, away
from railway lines. None of the next generation were born there. So I think
the KLOTS families must have left Seta primarily for economic reasons. Some
moved to Jonava.

I know that my own great grandparents, he (Movsha KLOTS) >from Seta, she
(Nahama Zlata KLING) >from Vabalninkas, for some reason married in Kupiskis
in 1883. In the 1890s they lived on Pozerka farm, Cypenai volost, near
Vabalninkas, and the early 1900s found them again in Kupiskis.

A brother of my great grandfather lived in Ukmerge, where his wife was born.
Their sister lived in the village of Vadokliai with her husband, Avraham
HURWITZ (WILCK). This I know >from the family. Why and how they arrived there,
I don't know.

At least one member of the family moved to Panevezys, to study at the
yeshiva.

In short, this must have been a common phenomenon, of moving around during
the 19th century.

Ellen Stepak
Ramat Gan, Israel


Patterns of moving from one town to another #lithuania

Carol Rombro Rider
 

Tamar Dothan asked for reasons that Jews moved >from area to area. Although
I suspect in many cases it was for economic reasons or reasons of marriage,
there is another reason that just appeared in some research that was done
on my Lithuanian family.

Two brothers in my ROMBRO family were sent out of the uyezed in 1869 by the
DUMA (government) judgement of May 7, 1871. All that is mentioned in the
report is that "they broke the law". This explains why I have found
members of this family who moved to Latvia and Russia proper.

Heaven help those of us trying to track families with the names of Cohen,
Goldberg, Levy, etc. who also were on the move!

Carol Rombro Rider Baltimore, Maryland USA CRomRider@...


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Patterns of moving from one town to another #lithuania

Carol Rombro Rider
 

Tamar Dothan asked for reasons that Jews moved >from area to area. Although
I suspect in many cases it was for economic reasons or reasons of marriage,
there is another reason that just appeared in some research that was done
on my Lithuanian family.

Two brothers in my ROMBRO family were sent out of the uyezed in 1869 by the
DUMA (government) judgement of May 7, 1871. All that is mentioned in the
report is that "they broke the law". This explains why I have found
members of this family who moved to Latvia and Russia proper.

Heaven help those of us trying to track families with the names of Cohen,
Goldberg, Levy, etc. who also were on the move!

Carol Rombro Rider Baltimore, Maryland USA CRomRider@...


Re: Patterns of moving from one town to another #lithuania

Steve Franklin <cryptozoomorphic@...>
 

Then again, and not to contradict, but, my great-great-grandfather, Shmuel
Halevi HURWITZ of Vievis was the great-great-great-grandson of Shmuel
Halevi HURWITZ of Vievis.... Whether the intervening generations all
lived there is not readily apparent.

And one of my great-great-great-grandfathers, Fishel CHANOCH,also on my
mother's side, moved about Lithuania to a considerable extent in the
service of his business, which was managing large tracts of farmland
owned by himself and his non-Jewish partners, despite the fact that he
was quite wealthy.

So the final answer, if there is one, is that individual circumstances
dictated one's mobility as much as any generalized conditions.

Steve Franklin
Baltimore
http://www.lordbalto.com/


| I think the most all-encompassing
| answer to Tamar's question is that Jews moved in order to survive.
|
| Sonia Kovitz
|
| >Several men in my 19th century Litvak family who
| >lived in Keidan and Vilna were originally >from other towns [Siaulenai,
| >Kraziai, Siauliai]. I would like to have an educated guess as to why
| >they moved.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Patterns of moving from one town to another #lithuania

Steve Franklin <cryptozoomorphic@...>
 

Then again, and not to contradict, but, my great-great-grandfather, Shmuel
Halevi HURWITZ of Vievis was the great-great-great-grandson of Shmuel
Halevi HURWITZ of Vievis.... Whether the intervening generations all
lived there is not readily apparent.

And one of my great-great-great-grandfathers, Fishel CHANOCH,also on my
mother's side, moved about Lithuania to a considerable extent in the
service of his business, which was managing large tracts of farmland
owned by himself and his non-Jewish partners, despite the fact that he
was quite wealthy.

So the final answer, if there is one, is that individual circumstances
dictated one's mobility as much as any generalized conditions.

Steve Franklin
Baltimore
http://www.lordbalto.com/


| I think the most all-encompassing
| answer to Tamar's question is that Jews moved in order to survive.
|
| Sonia Kovitz
|
| >Several men in my 19th century Litvak family who
| >lived in Keidan and Vilna were originally >from other towns [Siaulenai,
| >Kraziai, Siauliai]. I would like to have an educated guess as to why
| >they moved.


Re Error in my posting of 10.24.05 #romania

bud484bg@...
 

In the postcript to my posting to the Rom-Sig of 10.24.05, I
incorrectly named Patricia Olson as the person who reported on her
Romanian trip. This should have been Desiree Gil's two reports of
September 7. 2005 to Bucharest and Galati.
To both Patricia and Desiree my sincere apologies for the error and any
inconvenience caused thereby.

A senior moment???

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, California


Romania SIG #Romania Re Error in my posting of 10.24.05 #romania

bud484bg@...
 

In the postcript to my posting to the Rom-Sig of 10.24.05, I
incorrectly named Patricia Olson as the person who reported on her
Romanian trip. This should have been Desiree Gil's two reports of
September 7. 2005 to Bucharest and Galati.
To both Patricia and Desiree my sincere apologies for the error and any
inconvenience caused thereby.

A senior moment???

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, California


Minsk 1889 Death Records #belarus

David M. Fox <davefox73@...>
 

Attention All SIG Members with Roots in Minsk City and Other Shtetls:

I recently obtained, using personal funds, the 1889 Minsk Jewish Death
Register. Each page has been photographed with a digital camera and the
images have been burned to a CD. A copy of the CD was provided to a SIG
volunteer translator who has already started to translate and enter the data
into an Excel spreadsheet that will be added to the Belarus on line
database. The translator has also extracted the surnames that are in the
1889 Minsk death register. There are approximately 900 deaths on this
register. Many of the surnames have multiple death entries, but to save
space, I have deleted those with multiple entries. Our generous volunteer
translator, who shall remain anonymous for now, has asked that people who
see their surnames on this list below, make donations to:
Minsk Gubernia Revision Lists and Metrical Records - Translation and
Indexing, which can be found on the Belarus SIG portion of JewishGenerosity:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=1
While you are on that page, please consider donations to other SIG projects
for which you have an interest and don't forget a donation to the SIG
General Fund as well as the JewishGen General Fund.

For those who are not familiar with what data is captured on a Czarist era
Jewish death register, here are the data elements. It should be noted that
all records do not include every data element.
1. Record Number (records were numbered separately for male and female
deaths)
2. Surname
3. Given Name
4. Patronymic (father's name)
5. Grandfather's Name (only some records)
6. Mother's Given Name (only some records)
7. Mother's Surname (only very few records)
8. Spouse's Given Name (only very few records)
9. Spouse's Surname (only very few records)
10. Spouse's Father's Given Name (only very few records)
11. Community Where Person was Registered (This is very significant for
researchers. It might indicate where a person originally came >from or it
might mean that someone >from another shtetl was visiting Minsk and died
there. >from just the first few records that have been translated, the
following shtetls where people were registered includes: Minsk, Smilovichi,
Kopyl, Gorki (Mogilev), Lyubcha, Vilna, and Slutsk.
12. Cause of Death
13. Age at Death
14. Date of Death
15. Hebrew Date of Death
16. Date Buried
17. Hebrew Date Buried
18. Location (town where buried, on this register all are Minsk)
** We have also added a field for the digital image number for the page
where the entry appears. Hopefully, this image can be linked when the data
is added to the Belarus Country database.
SEE NAME List below my signature.

Dave

David Fox
Arnold, MD, USA
davefox73@...
http://homepage.mac.com/davefox73/
Researching:
TSIVIN (TZVION, SIVIN, etc), RABINOWITZ, FAIN, GUREVICH >from Minsk
FEITELSON, SENDEROV (SHENDEROV), SHER, KAGAN >from Mogilev

List of Surnames on the 1889 Minsk Death Register:
ABELSON
ABRAM
ABRAMOV
ABRAMOVSKY
ABRAMSON
ABRAMZON
ADLIVANKIN
AGINSKY
AIZENSHTAT
AKSELROD
ALPEROVICH
ALTERMAN (?)
ANTSELYOVICH
BAR(?)NOVICH
BARAVIK
BASKIN
BEIGIN
BEILIN
BELITSKY
BENOPORES (?)
BERENSHTEIN
BERG (?)
BERKOVICH
BERMAN
BERZNER
BIRG
BIRGER
BLEKHER
BLOKH
BLONSHTEIN
BLYUMKIN
BOGDANOV
BOGIN
BORSHCH
BOTVINIK
BREITMAN
BROKHES
BROTKIND
BROUD
BUNIMOVICH
BUSHEL
CHERTOK
CHERTOV
DANTSIG
DERCHIN
DIKMAN (?)
DILYON
DIMENSHTEIN
DREITSER
DREIZIN
DUBROVICH
DUKOR
DUNER
EBIN
EDELSHTEIN
EDELSON
EILIN
EKELCHIK
ELENSON
ELKIND
ELNIK
ELTERMAN
EMIN
ENTIN
EPSHTEIN
EVENCHIK
EVNOVICH
FAIN
FALK
FARBER
FELDMAN
FELDMAN
FERDINAND
FISHKIN
FITERSHEIN
FITERSHOF
FLAKS
FLEM
FODIMAN
FRAIMAN
FREINKEL
FRID
FRIDEL
FRIDLYAND
FRIDMAN
FRIK
FRUMKIN
FRUTKIN (!)
FUNDILER
FUNT
FURMAN
GAINER
GALPERIN
GAMER
GANDELMAN
GANELES
GARELIK
GARFINKEL
GATOV
GATOVSKY
GEBELMAN
GEFT
GEKHT
GELBER
GELERMAN
GELFAND
GERSHANOVICH
GERTSOVICH
GETSOV
GINDIN
GINZBURG
GITLIN
GLAIKHENGAUZ
GOBERMAN (?)
GODER
GODES
GOLDBERT
GOLDBURT
GOLDIN
GOLEN
GOLTSBERG
GOLTSZEGER (?)
GOLUB
GOPIN
GOR
GORDON
GORELIK
GORLIN
GOTSHILD (?)
GOZENPUD
GRAIVER
GRAP
GREBEN
GRESEL
GRINBLAT
GRINGAUZ
GRINGOLTS
GRINSHPAN
GRINVALD
GRIUNTFEST
GROER
GRUNDFEST
GRUNT
GUMANOV
GURALSKY
GURVICH
GURYAN
GURZON
GUTNER
INDIKH
IOFFA
ITKIN
ITSIKHOVSKY
ITSKOVICH
ITSKOVICH (?)
IZRAILEVICH
KACHURIN
KAGAN
KAGANOVICH
KANTER
KANTEROVICH
KANTOR
KANTOROVICH
KAPELYOVICH
KAPLAN
KAPLYANSKY
KARALIN
KARPKHLEBITSKY
KASSIR (?)
KATS
KATSLER
KATSMAN
KAZHDAN
KEIFMAN
KERSHTEIN
KHAIDOVICH (?)
KHAIMOV
KHAIT
KHAITIN
KHAITMAN
KHARIK
KHARKHURIM
KHARLIP
KHAYET
KHAYUTIN
KHAZANOVICH
KHEIFETS
KHUIKIN
KHURGIN
KITAICHIK
KLIONSKY
KLUMAK
KLYACHKIN
KNIZHNIK
KOMAR
KOPELYOV
KOPELYOVICH
KOTLYAR
KOTSYAK
KOZLOVSKY
KRAITSER
KRASNOSELSKY
KREINDEL
KREITSER
KRIGEL
KRIGER
KRUGER
KRUKES (?)
KUCHATES (?)
KUCHER
KUGEL
KUMOK
LAMPERT
LAPIDES
LAPIDUS
LEDER
LEF
LEFKOV
LEIBMAN
LEIBSON (?)
LEIFER
LESNIK
LEVANDA
LEVIK
LEVIN
LEVINCHIK
LEVINSON
LEVIT
LEVITAN
LEVITAS
LIBERSON
LIBIN
LIBOSHITS
LIBOV
LIFSHITS
LIKHTERMAN
LIPKIND
LIS
LISITSKY
LOSHITSER
LUNDIN
LUNIN
LURIE
LYAKHOVSKY
LYAMPERT
LYUBALIN
LYUBERSHTEIN
LYUSTERNIK
MAIZELS
MALIN
MANE
MARGOLIN
MARKUS
MARSHAK
MATES (?)
MATS
MAZA
MAZILOV
MAZO
MELTSER
MERSON
METER
METRIN (?)
MEYERSON
MILER
MINKOV
MINKOVICH
MINKOVICH
MODELEVICH
MODELYOVICH
MOROZ
NAIDICH
NALIBOTSKY
NOVODVORSKY
ODER
OKSENKRUG
OKSINER
OKUN
ORKOVICH
OSHEROVICH
PALEY
PALEYES
PERELMAN
PERLIN
PERNIKOV
PIKER
PIKUS
PINES
PIVNIK
PL(?)NIK
PLAKS
PLOTKIN
PODBERZSKY
PODNOS
PODVALNY
POLYAK
POLYAKOV
PORT
PORTNOY
POZNYAK
PRESMAN
PRILUK
PROG
PRUSINOVSKY
PUCHINSKY
RABINOVICH
RACHKOVSKY
RAIKHLIN
RAINES
RAKOVSHCHIK
RATNER
RAVETS
RAVUNSKY
RAZOVSKY
REGINBOGIN
REIZIN
RELNIK
REMESNITSKY
REVANETS
REZNIK
RIGER
RIVKIN
ROD
RODMAN
RODSHTEIN
ROGALER
ROGOV
ROKHLIN
ROLBIN
ROMANOVSKY
ROSOVSKY
ROZENGAUZ
ROZIN
ROZOV
ROZOVSKY
RUBENCHIK
RUBIN
RUBINSHTEIN
RUDERMAN
RUMANOV
RUSHINOV (?)
SAGALCHIK
SAGALOVICH
SAGASOV
SELTSOVSKY (?)
SERNOV
SH(?)NOVICH
SHAPIRA
SHAVELZON
SHEIN
SHEINGAUZ
SHELYUBSKY
SHEPSENVOL
SHIF
SHIMKES
SHIMSHANOV (?)
SHLISEL
SHLYUBSKY
SHMERLOV
SHMUKLER
SHNIT (?)
SHNITMAN
SHNITSER
SHPARBER
SHPILBERG
SHTEINGOLTS
SHTEINMAN
SHUBA
SHULDINER
SHULMAN
SHUSTER
SHVARTS
SHVEIDEL
SIDERMAN
SIMENCHIK
SIMKHOVICH
SIMKIN
SIMONOVICH
SIMSHAY
SINDEROVICH
SITERMAN
SLEPYAN
SLOBODKIN
SLOUSHCH
SOLOVEICHIK
SORSER
SOSINSKY
SPEKTOR
SUBOTNIK
SULKIN
SUTIN
SVIRINOVSKY
SVYADISHCH (?)
TANKHILEVICH
TARKAN
TEIV
TOKAREV
TOP
TOPER
TSEITLIN
TSIPEROVICH
TSIPES
TSIRINSKY
TSOFIN
TSUKERMAN
TSYLOV
TSYPKIN
TSYTRON
TUNIK
TURBOVICH
TURETSKY
TURIN
URMAN
UZLYAN
VAINGAUZ
VAINSHENKER
VAINSHTEIN
VENDROV
VESOLER
VIGDORCHIK
VILDER
VILENCHIK
VILENKIN
VILPAN
VOLK
VOROBEICHIK
VOSKOVICH
YABROV
YAKUBSON
ZAIKA
ZATURENSKY
ZELIKMAN
ZELMAN (?)
ZELMANOVSKY
ZELVYANSKY
ZHABICH
ZHUKHOVITSKY
ZHUKOVSKY
ZIGILIN
ZIGLIN
ZILBERGLEIT
ZLOTIN
ZMUDZYAK
ZORIN
ZOUBER
ZUSMAN


Belarus SIG #Belarus Minsk 1889 Death Records #belarus

David M. Fox <davefox73@...>
 

Attention All SIG Members with Roots in Minsk City and Other Shtetls:

I recently obtained, using personal funds, the 1889 Minsk Jewish Death
Register. Each page has been photographed with a digital camera and the
images have been burned to a CD. A copy of the CD was provided to a SIG
volunteer translator who has already started to translate and enter the data
into an Excel spreadsheet that will be added to the Belarus on line
database. The translator has also extracted the surnames that are in the
1889 Minsk death register. There are approximately 900 deaths on this
register. Many of the surnames have multiple death entries, but to save
space, I have deleted those with multiple entries. Our generous volunteer
translator, who shall remain anonymous for now, has asked that people who
see their surnames on this list below, make donations to:
Minsk Gubernia Revision Lists and Metrical Records - Translation and
Indexing, which can be found on the Belarus SIG portion of JewishGenerosity:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=1
While you are on that page, please consider donations to other SIG projects
for which you have an interest and don't forget a donation to the SIG
General Fund as well as the JewishGen General Fund.

For those who are not familiar with what data is captured on a Czarist era
Jewish death register, here are the data elements. It should be noted that
all records do not include every data element.
1. Record Number (records were numbered separately for male and female
deaths)
2. Surname
3. Given Name
4. Patronymic (father's name)
5. Grandfather's Name (only some records)
6. Mother's Given Name (only some records)
7. Mother's Surname (only very few records)
8. Spouse's Given Name (only very few records)
9. Spouse's Surname (only very few records)
10. Spouse's Father's Given Name (only very few records)
11. Community Where Person was Registered (This is very significant for
researchers. It might indicate where a person originally came >from or it
might mean that someone >from another shtetl was visiting Minsk and died
there. >from just the first few records that have been translated, the
following shtetls where people were registered includes: Minsk, Smilovichi,
Kopyl, Gorki (Mogilev), Lyubcha, Vilna, and Slutsk.
12. Cause of Death
13. Age at Death
14. Date of Death
15. Hebrew Date of Death
16. Date Buried
17. Hebrew Date Buried
18. Location (town where buried, on this register all are Minsk)
** We have also added a field for the digital image number for the page
where the entry appears. Hopefully, this image can be linked when the data
is added to the Belarus Country database.
SEE NAME List below my signature.

Dave

David Fox
Arnold, MD, USA
davefox73@...
http://homepage.mac.com/davefox73/
Researching:
TSIVIN (TZVION, SIVIN, etc), RABINOWITZ, FAIN, GUREVICH >from Minsk
FEITELSON, SENDEROV (SHENDEROV), SHER, KAGAN >from Mogilev

List of Surnames on the 1889 Minsk Death Register:
ABELSON
ABRAM
ABRAMOV
ABRAMOVSKY
ABRAMSON
ABRAMZON
ADLIVANKIN
AGINSKY
AIZENSHTAT
AKSELROD
ALPEROVICH
ALTERMAN (?)
ANTSELYOVICH
BAR(?)NOVICH
BARAVIK
BASKIN
BEIGIN
BEILIN
BELITSKY
BENOPORES (?)
BERENSHTEIN
BERG (?)
BERKOVICH
BERMAN
BERZNER
BIRG
BIRGER
BLEKHER
BLOKH
BLONSHTEIN
BLYUMKIN
BOGDANOV
BOGIN
BORSHCH
BOTVINIK
BREITMAN
BROKHES
BROTKIND
BROUD
BUNIMOVICH
BUSHEL
CHERTOK
CHERTOV
DANTSIG
DERCHIN
DIKMAN (?)
DILYON
DIMENSHTEIN
DREITSER
DREIZIN
DUBROVICH
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Born in London and Emigrates to New York. Did he need a passport in 1903? #unitedkingdom

Michael Goldsmith <mgoldsmit132@...>
 

I am hoping that someone can help me with a general inquiry, as I am unfamiliar with British law. My father was born in White Chapel in 1901 as Bermon Yokvedovitz (mother's maiden name was Goldsmid). Were children born in the UK in that era automatically citizens? If so were they required to have passports when they sailed for America with their parents? Although I have no trouble tracing the family in New York after 1910, (and have found them in the 1910 London census under the name Yachnedovitch at 10a Fieldgate Street), I have been unable to find any immigration record in the USA. I am hoping that the UK authorities might have keep records (passports or emigration lists)of departing citizens. If so, are these available online anywhere?

Michael Goldsmith
mgoldsmit132@...
Bedford,NH
USA


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Born in London and Emigrates to New York. Did he need a passport in 1903? #unitedkingdom

Michael Goldsmith <mgoldsmit132@...>
 

I am hoping that someone can help me with a general inquiry, as I am unfamiliar with British law. My father was born in White Chapel in 1901 as Bermon Yokvedovitz (mother's maiden name was Goldsmid). Were children born in the UK in that era automatically citizens? If so were they required to have passports when they sailed for America with their parents? Although I have no trouble tracing the family in New York after 1910, (and have found them in the 1910 London census under the name Yachnedovitch at 10a Fieldgate Street), I have been unable to find any immigration record in the USA. I am hoping that the UK authorities might have keep records (passports or emigration lists)of departing citizens. If so, are these available online anywhere?

Michael Goldsmith
mgoldsmit132@...
Bedford,NH
USA


Re: German Reparations #hungary

Evertjan. <exjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Henry Lifton wrote on 27 okt 2005 in soc.genealogy.jewish:
I understand that after the war in Amberg, Germany, my uncle lived in
the Yiddisha Geminda (?).
Judische Gemeinde = Jewish community
<http://dict.leo.org/?search=Gemeinde>

<http://www.israelim.com/index_germany.htm>
address: Amberg Synagogue, Salzgasse 5, Amberg, Tel: 49-962-113140


Before he came here, he filled out some
papers and the Germans started sending checks after he arrived here.
This organization is called something like Landesenshadigengsamt
Landesentschaedigungsamt

<http://dict.leo.org/?search=Lande>
one of the states of Germany, i.e. Bavaria

<http://dict.leo.org/?search=Entschaedigung>
compensation, reparation

<http://dict.leo.org/?search=Amt>
bureau, office, department

<http://www.bfd.bayern.de/wir/muenchen.htm>
actual address: Prinz-Ludwig-Strasse 5, München

from Munich.
--
Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: German Reparations #general

Evertjan. <exjxw.hannivoort@...>
 

Henry Lifton wrote on 27 okt 2005 in soc.genealogy.jewish:
I understand that after the war in Amberg, Germany, my uncle lived in
the Yiddisha Geminda (?).
Judische Gemeinde = Jewish community
<http://dict.leo.org/?search=Gemeinde>

<http://www.israelim.com/index_germany.htm>
address: Amberg Synagogue, Salzgasse 5, Amberg, Tel: 49-962-113140


Before he came here, he filled out some
papers and the Germans started sending checks after he arrived here.
This organization is called something like Landesenshadigengsamt
Landesentschaedigungsamt

<http://dict.leo.org/?search=Lande>
one of the states of Germany, i.e. Bavaria

<http://dict.leo.org/?search=Entschaedigung>
compensation, reparation

<http://dict.leo.org/?search=Amt>
bureau, office, department

<http://www.bfd.bayern.de/wir/muenchen.htm>
actual address: Prinz-Ludwig-Strasse 5, München

from Munich.
--
Evertjan Hannivoort.
The Netherlands.
(Replace all crosses with dots in my emailaddress)


Dudley Simborg's email address #general

Batya Olsen <batyao@...>
 

Sorry to address the list for this but I need Dudley Simborg's current
email address to send him his copy of the 1875 Glubokoye Residents List.

Does anyone have it?

Batya Olsen,Coordinator
Disna Uyezd Research Group
--
Batya Matzkin Olsen, Concord, Massachusetts USA batyao@...
Researching: EISENSHMID/AJZENSHMIDT [any spelling] (Tsikhovolya, BY),
KAYOTSKY (Vidzy, BY),
KELMAN, KLONER (Postavy/Smorgon, BY), MANFELD (Smorgon), MANFIELD
(Sterling, Ill., US),
RUNKIN, MATZKIN (Vidzy & anywhere), ROSENBLUM (Postavy), SCHARER

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Dudley Simborg's email address #general

Batya Olsen <batyao@...>
 

Sorry to address the list for this but I need Dudley Simborg's current
email address to send him his copy of the 1875 Glubokoye Residents List.

Does anyone have it?

Batya Olsen,Coordinator
Disna Uyezd Research Group
--
Batya Matzkin Olsen, Concord, Massachusetts USA batyao@...
Researching: EISENSHMID/AJZENSHMIDT [any spelling] (Tsikhovolya, BY),
KAYOTSKY (Vidzy, BY),
KELMAN, KLONER (Postavy/Smorgon, BY), MANFELD (Smorgon), MANFIELD
(Sterling, Ill., US),
RUNKIN, MATZKIN (Vidzy & anywhere), ROSENBLUM (Postavy), SCHARER

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