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Re: Jihlava/Iglau #austria-czech

Gabriela Svatos
 

In addition to the website which Jan informed us about, please note that the
museum in Jihlava has published a book about the local jewish community:

Title: Dotyky: Zide v dejinach Jihlavska
Author: Muzeum Vysociny, 1998
ISBN: 8090171540

Please note that the Library of Congress lists a copy as does the Ceska
Narodni Knihovna in Prague.

Regards,
Gabi

Gabriela Svatos
Richmond Hill, Ontario
E-mail: gsvatos@hotmail.com


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech RE: Jihlava/Iglau #austria-czech

Gabriela Svatos
 

In addition to the website which Jan informed us about, please note that the
museum in Jihlava has published a book about the local jewish community:

Title: Dotyky: Zide v dejinach Jihlavska
Author: Muzeum Vysociny, 1998
ISBN: 8090171540

Please note that the Library of Congress lists a copy as does the Ceska
Narodni Knihovna in Prague.

Regards,
Gabi

Gabriela Svatos
Richmond Hill, Ontario
E-mail: gsvatos@hotmail.com


Pinskers and Vicinity Annual Memorial Meeting in Israel #belarus

Stepak
 

Attention descendants of Pinsk and the vicinity:
This is to inform you of the Tel Aviv annual memorial commemoration for the
Pinsk, Yanov and vicinity Jewish communities, which will be held in the Tel
Aviv cinematheque, on November 16th, at 5 p.m.. As usual, there will be an
informal get-together >from about 4:00.
There is a NIS50 annual membership fee, payable at the meeting, to cover
expenses.
All are welcome to join us. Come early and meet members >from Pinsk and the
region, as well as members of the second and third generations. If you have
old photos you would like to identify or share, this is a great opportunity
to do so.
Ellen Stepak
Association of Pinsk, Yanov and the Vicinity in Israel
www.pinskjew.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus Pinskers and Vicinity Annual Memorial Meeting in Israel #belarus

Stepak
 

Attention descendants of Pinsk and the vicinity:
This is to inform you of the Tel Aviv annual memorial commemoration for the
Pinsk, Yanov and vicinity Jewish communities, which will be held in the Tel
Aviv cinematheque, on November 16th, at 5 p.m.. As usual, there will be an
informal get-together >from about 4:00.
There is a NIS50 annual membership fee, payable at the meeting, to cover
expenses.
All are welcome to join us. Come early and meet members >from Pinsk and the
region, as well as members of the second and third generations. If you have
old photos you would like to identify or share, this is a great opportunity
to do so.
Ellen Stepak
Association of Pinsk, Yanov and the Vicinity in Israel
www.pinskjew.com


Copenhagen burial registers #scandinavia

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

According to the Scandinavia SIG website, the Jewish Community of Copenhagen
kept a burial register in Hebrew >from 1771-1871, while a register in Danish
was kept >from 1814. During the period of overlap, how do these registers
differ in the information they contain?

Thanks very much and best regards,

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


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Copenhagen burial registers #scandinavia

Logan J. Kleinwaks
 

According to the Scandinavia SIG website, the Jewish Community of Copenhagen
kept a burial register in Hebrew >from 1771-1871, while a register in Danish
was kept >from 1814. During the period of overlap, how do these registers
differ in the information they contain?

Thanks very much and best regards,

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


Military Marriages #general

Adam Eisen <aeisen@...>
 

If someone was married while enlisted at Ft. Riley Kansas during WWI, would
I find the marriage records thru the State of Kansas or the Military?

Rgds,
Adam Eisen
Stockholm, Sweden


Researching EISENSTEIN, MALICKSON (to Philadelphia via England from
Bessarabia), SATTIN SATANOFSKY MOSKOVITZ (to NY and Philadelphia >from Kiev,
Ukraine), LUSTMAN, SCHWARTZ, ACKER (to Philadelphia and Atlantic City from
Botosani, Romania) RUBENSTEIN, SIMON (to Philadephia, Brooklyn, and South
Africa >from Courland, Latvia), ROONEY (to NY and Philadelphia >from Braila,
Romania), JANCOVICI (>from Braila, Romania).


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Military Marriages #general

Adam Eisen <aeisen@...>
 

If someone was married while enlisted at Ft. Riley Kansas during WWI, would
I find the marriage records thru the State of Kansas or the Military?

Rgds,
Adam Eisen
Stockholm, Sweden


Researching EISENSTEIN, MALICKSON (to Philadelphia via England from
Bessarabia), SATTIN SATANOFSKY MOSKOVITZ (to NY and Philadelphia >from Kiev,
Ukraine), LUSTMAN, SCHWARTZ, ACKER (to Philadelphia and Atlantic City from
Botosani, Romania) RUBENSTEIN, SIMON (to Philadephia, Brooklyn, and South
Africa >from Courland, Latvia), ROONEY (to NY and Philadelphia >from Braila,
Romania), JANCOVICI (>from Braila, Romania).


POLLAK #general

Traude Triebel
 

Dear Menmbers

One of my relatives, Melanie GRUENWALD, nee POLLAK, b 15 07 1886 in
Ujpest, married to Lothar Gruenwald, b 1880 in Vienna.

They had 3 children, Edtih, died early, and Sidonie, b 1909 and Hubert
Gruenwald, b 1910

I have no names >from the parents of Melanie. She was transported from
Drancy to Auschwitz on 04 september 1942

Melanie died 1942 in Auschwitz

Sidonie married to U.K

No information about the husband Lothar and the son Hubert

Best regards

Traude


Traude Triebel
Wiener Neustadt


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen POLLAK #general

Traude Triebel
 

Dear Menmbers

One of my relatives, Melanie GRUENWALD, nee POLLAK, b 15 07 1886 in
Ujpest, married to Lothar Gruenwald, b 1880 in Vienna.

They had 3 children, Edtih, died early, and Sidonie, b 1909 and Hubert
Gruenwald, b 1910

I have no names >from the parents of Melanie. She was transported from
Drancy to Auschwitz on 04 september 1942

Melanie died 1942 in Auschwitz

Sidonie married to U.K

No information about the husband Lothar and the son Hubert

Best regards

Traude


Traude Triebel
Wiener Neustadt


Hungarian cemetary in Montreal #general

Arnold Samlan
 

I recently learned that my great grandmother is buried in Hungarian Hebrew
Cemetery Association section of Back River cemetery in Montreal. Burial was in
1915 (which I learned of through the wonderful work of JGS of Montreal).

Does anyone know about the cemetery association? Since this is the earliest
link that I have so far on my paternal grandfather's side, I am trying to
determine whether any early records exist, and whether her being buried there
meant anything in terms of her roots.

Arnold D. Samlan
W. Hempstead, NY

Researching: SAMLAN, FRIENDLICH, SHENKER, KOOPERMAN/COOPERMAN/KUPERMAN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hungarian cemetary in Montreal #general

Arnold Samlan
 

I recently learned that my great grandmother is buried in Hungarian Hebrew
Cemetery Association section of Back River cemetery in Montreal. Burial was in
1915 (which I learned of through the wonderful work of JGS of Montreal).

Does anyone know about the cemetery association? Since this is the earliest
link that I have so far on my paternal grandfather's side, I am trying to
determine whether any early records exist, and whether her being buried there
meant anything in terms of her roots.

Arnold D. Samlan
W. Hempstead, NY

Researching: SAMLAN, FRIENDLICH, SHENKER, KOOPERMAN/COOPERMAN/KUPERMAN


skala search #poland

Tony Hausner
 

I am searching for the following people who are listed in the jewishgen
familyfinder as researching for skala families. each of these people appear
to have changed their email addresses.

they are dana erwin, michael weinraub of new york, and arthur leonard of new
york. if you are one of these people, or know how to contact them, please
get in touch with me at the following email address tthausner@yahoo.com

I would like to share information about skala genealogy.

Tony Hausner
Silver Sring, MD
researching
Hausner - skala, vienna, prague
Zimmerman - skala
wechsler - mielnica
Heimann - galicia

MODERATOR'S NOTE: If you experience a bounced email message after
using an email address listed in the JGFF, please report it to
< LostNFound@lyris.jewishgen.org > giving the name of the person you
are attempting to reach, their JewishGen ID Number number, the e-mail
address you used that bounced, and the bounced message. The JewishGen
LostNFound Support Team will do its best to locate the person and notify
you of the results of their search.


JRI Poland #Poland skala search #poland

Tony Hausner
 

I am searching for the following people who are listed in the jewishgen
familyfinder as researching for skala families. each of these people appear
to have changed their email addresses.

they are dana erwin, michael weinraub of new york, and arthur leonard of new
york. if you are one of these people, or know how to contact them, please
get in touch with me at the following email address tthausner@yahoo.com

I would like to share information about skala genealogy.

Tony Hausner
Silver Sring, MD
researching
Hausner - skala, vienna, prague
Zimmerman - skala
wechsler - mielnica
Heimann - galicia

MODERATOR'S NOTE: If you experience a bounced email message after
using an email address listed in the JGFF, please report it to
< LostNFound@lyris.jewishgen.org > giving the name of the person you
are attempting to reach, their JewishGen ID Number number, the e-mail
address you used that bounced, and the bounced message. The JewishGen
LostNFound Support Team will do its best to locate the person and notify
you of the results of their search.


re Sachsenhausen-in-Waldeck #general

Charutz <yairharu@...>
 

Hi Jewishgenners,

I wish to thank all those who replied to me, both on-list and off-list
regarding my search for information regarding Sachsenhausen-in-Waldeck in
Germany. The information and leads were very useful.

It appears, however, that my original information was not entirely accurate.
The town still exists, even, though all the pre-WW2 Jewish Community either
dispersed or were victims of the Holocaust.

I received an interesting e-mail >from Alexander Sharon, the editor of the
JGFF. He gave me some very interesting and useful information that is of
great interest and assistance to me. It appears that the town for which I
was searching was not listed in the JGFF Data-base. and my query was the
first regarding this particular town in the JGFF. Mr Sharon and others did,
however, trace queries in other genealogical lists about this town and
referred them to me. Thank you all very much.


Chaim Charutz

r-mail yairharu@zahav.net.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re Sachsenhausen-in-Waldeck #general

Charutz <yairharu@...>
 

Hi Jewishgenners,

I wish to thank all those who replied to me, both on-list and off-list
regarding my search for information regarding Sachsenhausen-in-Waldeck in
Germany. The information and leads were very useful.

It appears, however, that my original information was not entirely accurate.
The town still exists, even, though all the pre-WW2 Jewish Community either
dispersed or were victims of the Holocaust.

I received an interesting e-mail >from Alexander Sharon, the editor of the
JGFF. He gave me some very interesting and useful information that is of
great interest and assistance to me. It appears that the town for which I
was searching was not listed in the JGFF Data-base. and my query was the
first regarding this particular town in the JGFF. Mr Sharon and others did,
however, trace queries in other genealogical lists about this town and
referred them to me. Thank you all very much.


Chaim Charutz

r-mail yairharu@zahav.net.il


Re: Russian Jewish Immigration Society #general

HeyJudy123@...
 

I am pretty sure that the organization that Irene had referred to as the
"Jewish Immigrant Aid Society" has been translated in English to the "Hebrew
Immigrant Aid Society," commonly known to New York's Jewish immigrants as
"HIAS." Otherwise, I agree with her comments.

Judy SEGAL
New York City USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Russian Jewish Immigration Society #general

HeyJudy123@...
 

I am pretty sure that the organization that Irene had referred to as the
"Jewish Immigrant Aid Society" has been translated in English to the "Hebrew
Immigrant Aid Society," commonly known to New York's Jewish immigrants as
"HIAS." Otherwise, I agree with her comments.

Judy SEGAL
New York City USA


Re: Israeli ship - Montechiro #general

Paul Silverstone
 

For ships of Aliyah Bet, the clandestine boats >from 1938 to 1948, there
is a complete list on my website,

http://www.paulsilverstone.com/immigration/Primary/index.html

The Atlit Camp has been compiling a list of Aliyah Bet passengers but
it is not online.

Paul Silverstone

Sherry Kisos wrote:

>
> Dear All,
>
> Mo'adim L'Simcha to everyone.
>
> I would like to clarify an issue here for those
> looking for information in Israel.
>
> Most of the passenger lists are in two places, the
> Central Zionist Archives and the National Archives
> (Ginzach Hamdina). Both of these places are in
> Jerusalem and one can personally access these files.
>
> The lists are according to date of arrival of boats.
> And there is no way to do a general search of all the
> passenger lists like we can do on the Ellis Island
> site. In order to find someone on these lists, it is a
> very, time-consuming task if one does not know the
> year and month of arrival of either boat or person.
> On the same subject, the search for missing relatives
> which was once part of the Jewish Agency is no longer
> in existence. It has become part of the Central
> Zionist Archives. It is possible to ask them to do
> searches (for a fee), but again, one has to know the
> month and year of arrival.
>
> As far as finding information regarding individual
> boats (comparable to the Immigrants' Ships website), I
> think I may have seen one or two books written on the
> subject, but I do not know where there would be a
> comprehensive list of all the boats.
>
> Chag Sameach,
> Sherry Kisos
>--
Paul Silverstone
New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Israeli ship - Montechiro #general

Paul Silverstone
 

For ships of Aliyah Bet, the clandestine boats >from 1938 to 1948, there
is a complete list on my website,

http://www.paulsilverstone.com/immigration/Primary/index.html

The Atlit Camp has been compiling a list of Aliyah Bet passengers but
it is not online.

Paul Silverstone

Sherry Kisos wrote:

>
> Dear All,
>
> Mo'adim L'Simcha to everyone.
>
> I would like to clarify an issue here for those
> looking for information in Israel.
>
> Most of the passenger lists are in two places, the
> Central Zionist Archives and the National Archives
> (Ginzach Hamdina). Both of these places are in
> Jerusalem and one can personally access these files.
>
> The lists are according to date of arrival of boats.
> And there is no way to do a general search of all the
> passenger lists like we can do on the Ellis Island
> site. In order to find someone on these lists, it is a
> very, time-consuming task if one does not know the
> year and month of arrival of either boat or person.
> On the same subject, the search for missing relatives
> which was once part of the Jewish Agency is no longer
> in existence. It has become part of the Central
> Zionist Archives. It is possible to ask them to do
> searches (for a fee), but again, one has to know the
> month and year of arrival.
>
> As far as finding information regarding individual
> boats (comparable to the Immigrants' Ships website), I
> think I may have seen one or two books written on the
> subject, but I do not know where there would be a
> comprehensive list of all the boats.
>
> Chag Sameach,
> Sherry Kisos
>--
Paul Silverstone
New York