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Re: Jewish Cemetery in Buffalo, NY? #general

HJB <hjb@...>
 

Someone in another genealogy listserve I subscribe to was
wandering through Concordia Cemetery in Buffalo,NY. She
noticed another cemetery behind the back fence, and could tell
from a few of the tombstones that it is probably Jewish. She'd
like to know more about this cemetery - can anyone provide any
information?

I checked the IAJGS Cemetery Project, and there's nothing
listed for Erie County.

Conversely, If you'd like more info, I'll be glad to share here
email address or forward a message to her.
I used Google and found these sources:
The Erie County Lodge 300 cemetery is one of the cemeteries on
Pine Ridge Road in Cheektowaga.
http://jbuff.com/erie_county_lodge_cemetery_recor.htm

This website (http://www.jbuff.com/Cemeteries.htm) lists all
Jewish Cemeteries in Buffalo.

None of the cemeteries listed there seem to be around Walden Ave
where the Concordia Cemetery is. I'd suggest contacting:

Jewish Federation Cemetery Corporation
Jerome Carrel, President
787 Delaware Avenue (14209)

There is an email which I'm told can't be posted to this list,
but which I'll be happy to supply to anyone who may request it
privately.

Hazel Sandow Boon
Hamilton, ON, Canada
Researching: HABER - Konyushki & Zurow, Galicia, NYC;
STARK - Bobrka, Galicia, NYC; BELY - Rzeszow, Galicia;
MONDSCHEIN - Brod, Galicia;
SADOVSKI/SADOWSKY - Belchatow & Lodz, Poland, NYC;
KANET/KANNETT/KANNATT - Czyzewo, Poland, NYC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Jewish Cemetery in Buffalo, NY? #general

HJB <hjb@...>
 

Someone in another genealogy listserve I subscribe to was
wandering through Concordia Cemetery in Buffalo,NY. She
noticed another cemetery behind the back fence, and could tell
from a few of the tombstones that it is probably Jewish. She'd
like to know more about this cemetery - can anyone provide any
information?

I checked the IAJGS Cemetery Project, and there's nothing
listed for Erie County.

Conversely, If you'd like more info, I'll be glad to share here
email address or forward a message to her.
I used Google and found these sources:
The Erie County Lodge 300 cemetery is one of the cemeteries on
Pine Ridge Road in Cheektowaga.
http://jbuff.com/erie_county_lodge_cemetery_recor.htm

This website (http://www.jbuff.com/Cemeteries.htm) lists all
Jewish Cemeteries in Buffalo.

None of the cemeteries listed there seem to be around Walden Ave
where the Concordia Cemetery is. I'd suggest contacting:

Jewish Federation Cemetery Corporation
Jerome Carrel, President
787 Delaware Avenue (14209)

There is an email which I'm told can't be posted to this list,
but which I'll be happy to supply to anyone who may request it
privately.

Hazel Sandow Boon
Hamilton, ON, Canada
Researching: HABER - Konyushki & Zurow, Galicia, NYC;
STARK - Bobrka, Galicia, NYC; BELY - Rzeszow, Galicia;
MONDSCHEIN - Brod, Galicia;
SADOVSKI/SADOWSKY - Belchatow & Lodz, Poland, NYC;
KANET/KANNETT/KANNATT - Czyzewo, Poland, NYC


Re: "Stangelberger" in German - Translation Please #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

I think I must have got shunted onto a sidings on the
Engelberg to Stangelberger scenic railway, as I no
longer follow the genealogical context of this
discussion! I can however tell you that:

1. STANGELBERGER is a bona fide very Austrian name
[Tyrol perhaps?] and that there are 14 listed in the
on-line telephone directory of Austria today. I doubt
very much that they are Jewish - in fact looking at
the website of a pedigree German Shepherd dog called
Britta vom Stangelberg gave me a distinct cold chill.

2. Tragically there are hundreds of people called
STANGEL and variants murdered in the holocaust [see
Yad vashem] and not one STANGELBERGER. You would have
been more likely to find a STANGELBERGER camp guard
than an inmate.

3. Stangel, as has been stated, is a small stake or
stick - immortalised in the Salzstangerl, an Austrian
savoury cheese straw without cheese, but sprinkled
with salt. We all know what a *berg* is, but that is
irrelevant.

4. There is one Jew called Franziska STANGELMAYR
listed in Austrian State archives asset files for 1938
[dob 10 April 1890].
We can then find her buried in the Zentralfriedhof,
Vienna as Fanny: aged 54 died 07.04.1944 Gate 4 19k 11
17.

Fanny, confirms the existence of four-syllable Jewish
STAN-GEL-xxx-xxx surnames.

5. There are many Jewish families named STACHELBERG
[prickly mountain] to be found in Poland and Galicia
[spelled in Polish variants]. A Stachelbeere is a
gooseberry - so why not variants STANGELBERG and
STANGELBERGER - to sound super-Austrian?

Perhaps we should have looked under the gooseberry
bush for a tentative explanation of this name [if we
need to find one!] and not at the scenic Swiss
mountain railway?

Celia Male [U.K.]


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: "Stangelberger" in German - Translation Please #general

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

I think I must have got shunted onto a sidings on the
Engelberg to Stangelberger scenic railway, as I no
longer follow the genealogical context of this
discussion! I can however tell you that:

1. STANGELBERGER is a bona fide very Austrian name
[Tyrol perhaps?] and that there are 14 listed in the
on-line telephone directory of Austria today. I doubt
very much that they are Jewish - in fact looking at
the website of a pedigree German Shepherd dog called
Britta vom Stangelberg gave me a distinct cold chill.

2. Tragically there are hundreds of people called
STANGEL and variants murdered in the holocaust [see
Yad vashem] and not one STANGELBERGER. You would have
been more likely to find a STANGELBERGER camp guard
than an inmate.

3. Stangel, as has been stated, is a small stake or
stick - immortalised in the Salzstangerl, an Austrian
savoury cheese straw without cheese, but sprinkled
with salt. We all know what a *berg* is, but that is
irrelevant.

4. There is one Jew called Franziska STANGELMAYR
listed in Austrian State archives asset files for 1938
[dob 10 April 1890].
We can then find her buried in the Zentralfriedhof,
Vienna as Fanny: aged 54 died 07.04.1944 Gate 4 19k 11
17.

Fanny, confirms the existence of four-syllable Jewish
STAN-GEL-xxx-xxx surnames.

5. There are many Jewish families named STACHELBERG
[prickly mountain] to be found in Poland and Galicia
[spelled in Polish variants]. A Stachelbeere is a
gooseberry - so why not variants STANGELBERG and
STANGELBERGER - to sound super-Austrian?

Perhaps we should have looked under the gooseberry
bush for a tentative explanation of this name [if we
need to find one!] and not at the scenic Swiss
mountain railway?

Celia Male [U.K.]


Ship Manifest Handwriting #general

Rabbi Gary M. Gans
 

My grandparents seemed to have missed the boat! Their lines are crossed out
on this manifest ...and there is something handwritten in column 24
"Deformed or crippled ..."

Can you please check out
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7100
and help me out?

Thanks,

Gary

Rabbi Gary M. Gans
Marlton, NJ

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Ship Manifest Handwriting #general

Rabbi Gary M. Gans
 

My grandparents seemed to have missed the boat! Their lines are crossed out
on this manifest ...and there is something handwritten in column 24
"Deformed or crippled ..."

Can you please check out
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=7100
and help me out?

Thanks,

Gary

Rabbi Gary M. Gans
Marlton, NJ

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


DOBRONSKI/KESIS/HOFFER/SHAUER Researcher #185097 #poland #lodz

Michele Renaud <michelerenee217@...>
 

Hello all,
I have been doing genealogy research for one month. I consider
myself to be intermediate in doing Genealogy research.
I live in suburban, New York State.
My native language is English I do not know any other languages
I consider myself advanced at using a computer. My experience in using
the Internet is extensive.
I have identified the names and birth and death dates of
grandparents, of my great grandparents and part of my great
great-grandparents.
My primary research goals now are to find out my heritage and if any
descendants or relatives survive.

The family names and towns that I am researching are:

HOFER, John, Switzerland, to New York in about 1860 >from Westmoreland?

HOFER, John, Austria, to New York about 1868, my understanding is that
my great great grandfather fought in or against Napoleon army? As far
as I know, my great grandfather and two of his siblings escaped the Nazi
death camps by boarding a train with the SHAUER family who then migrated
to USA.

SHAUER- Austria, to USA with children and my great grandfather John
Hofer and 2 siblings. The Shauer family helped in getting them to
safety. Seeking any information on the Shauer family and or descendants.

DOBRONSKI/KESIS, Elizabeth. Budapest, Hungary to New York about 1850,
according to family, my great grandmother escaped Hitler regime and
married an Austrian man John Hofer/Hoffer when she was approx 16 yrs
old.


DOBRONSKY/DOBRONSKI/DOBRINSKI.
Given Name: KESIS. Great-grandmother known as Elizabeth
D-M code 379645 fr. Gyongyos/Gyorgy Hungary

HOFER/HUPHER, John
D-M code 579000 >from Switzerland/Austria. Approx deportation years 1860
+/- 10 yrs
to Ellis Island?They met on boat? Escaped concentration
camps.LDS Film#'s 719823 and 2189245

Children include: Irene/Isabella (my grandmother) siblings: Andrew,
Susan, Lizzie, Jacob and at least 6 more.
Please help me? Sincerely, Michele


Signed: Michele Renee Talerico Renaud, New York, USA
michelerenee217@suscom.net


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland DOBRONSKI/KESIS/HOFFER/SHAUER Researcher #185097 #lodz #poland

Michele Renaud <michelerenee217@...>
 

Hello all,
I have been doing genealogy research for one month. I consider
myself to be intermediate in doing Genealogy research.
I live in suburban, New York State.
My native language is English I do not know any other languages
I consider myself advanced at using a computer. My experience in using
the Internet is extensive.
I have identified the names and birth and death dates of
grandparents, of my great grandparents and part of my great
great-grandparents.
My primary research goals now are to find out my heritage and if any
descendants or relatives survive.

The family names and towns that I am researching are:

HOFER, John, Switzerland, to New York in about 1860 >from Westmoreland?

HOFER, John, Austria, to New York about 1868, my understanding is that
my great great grandfather fought in or against Napoleon army? As far
as I know, my great grandfather and two of his siblings escaped the Nazi
death camps by boarding a train with the SHAUER family who then migrated
to USA.

SHAUER- Austria, to USA with children and my great grandfather John
Hofer and 2 siblings. The Shauer family helped in getting them to
safety. Seeking any information on the Shauer family and or descendants.

DOBRONSKI/KESIS, Elizabeth. Budapest, Hungary to New York about 1850,
according to family, my great grandmother escaped Hitler regime and
married an Austrian man John Hofer/Hoffer when she was approx 16 yrs
old.


DOBRONSKY/DOBRONSKI/DOBRINSKI.
Given Name: KESIS. Great-grandmother known as Elizabeth
D-M code 379645 fr. Gyongyos/Gyorgy Hungary

HOFER/HUPHER, John
D-M code 579000 >from Switzerland/Austria. Approx deportation years 1860
+/- 10 yrs
to Ellis Island?They met on boat? Escaped concentration
camps.LDS Film#'s 719823 and 2189245

Children include: Irene/Isabella (my grandmother) siblings: Andrew,
Susan, Lizzie, Jacob and at least 6 more.
Please help me? Sincerely, Michele


Signed: Michele Renee Talerico Renaud, New York, USA
michelerenee217@suscom.net


Looking for info on Tobjasz BIALECKI born in Zelow, 1899 #lodz #poland

Reuven <reuvenkl@...>
 

I am looking for info about my step-grandfather, Tobjasz BIALECKI,
born in Zelow, 1899, moved to Berlin, Germany, and died in 1943 in
Auschwitz.

Any information regarding his history, family (I don't know any) etc.
would be appreciated.

Reuven Kleinman
Modi'in, Israel

reuvenkl@gmail.com


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Looking for info on Tobjasz BIALECKI born in Zelow, 1899 #lodz #poland

Reuven <reuvenkl@...>
 

I am looking for info about my step-grandfather, Tobjasz BIALECKI,
born in Zelow, 1899, moved to Berlin, Germany, and died in 1943 in
Auschwitz.

Any information regarding his history, family (I don't know any) etc.
would be appreciated.

Reuven Kleinman
Modi'in, Israel

reuvenkl@gmail.com


Re: DOBRONSKI/KESIS/HOFFER/SHAUER #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Michele Renaud of NY has sent in rather a complex
query. I am sorry that I cannot give a reasoned answer
as the history, geography and dates are not clear
enough. I am not even sure if the people we are
looking into are >from Austria proper in the 1938 era,
but have assumed they are; so here are a few leads:

1. SCHAUER - two residents of Austria who had to
declare their assets in 1938:

SCHAUER Fritz date of birth 1913-06-15
SCHAUER Isidor date of birth 1877-12-01

Austrian Holocaust victims: First a matched couple:
Kamilla born 4.03.1879 in Sec b. Chrudim and Osman
born 01.01.1878

Sofie born 07.11.1880
Sofie no further details - murdered in Vienna in 1938?

Stefan born 17.02.1924

see: http://www.lettertothestars.at

Surprisingly, Osman is buried in Vienna - he was
murdered in Buchenwald and may well be one of the
tragic victims whose ashes were sent back to their
families on payment - nb the long interval between
death and burial [see Austria-Czech message archives
on this subject - using the key search word *Ashes* ]

SCHAUER Osman aged 64 died 31.03.1942 buried
21.05.1942 ZENTRALFRIEDHOF IV. TOR 20 31 23

There are 19 other SCHAUER burials in Vienna and at
least nine can be matched up as family members.

2. Here are the Austrian HOFFER/HOFER who had to
declare their assets in 1938 with dates of birth:

HOFFER: Irma 1874-04-23; Dora 1875-09-07; Flora
1869-06-24;
David 1899-02-09; Emanuel 1869-12-02; Julie
1911-11-12;
Siegfried 1907-07-14; Margarete 1885-08-07; Ita
1898-11-13

HOFER: Leopold 1898-01-22; Walter 1893-05-18;
a matched couple Amalie 1909-05-18 and Josef
1910-03-26

Yad vashem sadly has many HOFFER and HOFER victims
from
Austria see: http://www.yadvashem.org & also Letter to
the Stars,
as above.

There are 17 HOFER and 21 HOFFER burials - nearly all
in the Zentralfriedhof, Vienna

http://friedhof.ikg-wien.at/result.asp?lang=de German
http://friedhof.ikg-wien.at/result.asp?lang=en English

Celia Male [U.K.]

Note: Michele originally used her researcher code in
the subject line. I have removed it, as I suspect that
this number caused the posting to be diverted into my
bulk mailbox, which very rarely happens with
Austria-Czech postings.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: DOBRONSKI/KESIS/HOFFER/SHAUER #austria-czech

Celia Male <celiamale@...>
 

Michele Renaud of NY has sent in rather a complex
query. I am sorry that I cannot give a reasoned answer
as the history, geography and dates are not clear
enough. I am not even sure if the people we are
looking into are >from Austria proper in the 1938 era,
but have assumed they are; so here are a few leads:

1. SCHAUER - two residents of Austria who had to
declare their assets in 1938:

SCHAUER Fritz date of birth 1913-06-15
SCHAUER Isidor date of birth 1877-12-01

Austrian Holocaust victims: First a matched couple:
Kamilla born 4.03.1879 in Sec b. Chrudim and Osman
born 01.01.1878

Sofie born 07.11.1880
Sofie no further details - murdered in Vienna in 1938?

Stefan born 17.02.1924

see: http://www.lettertothestars.at

Surprisingly, Osman is buried in Vienna - he was
murdered in Buchenwald and may well be one of the
tragic victims whose ashes were sent back to their
families on payment - nb the long interval between
death and burial [see Austria-Czech message archives
on this subject - using the key search word *Ashes* ]

SCHAUER Osman aged 64 died 31.03.1942 buried
21.05.1942 ZENTRALFRIEDHOF IV. TOR 20 31 23

There are 19 other SCHAUER burials in Vienna and at
least nine can be matched up as family members.

2. Here are the Austrian HOFFER/HOFER who had to
declare their assets in 1938 with dates of birth:

HOFFER: Irma 1874-04-23; Dora 1875-09-07; Flora
1869-06-24;
David 1899-02-09; Emanuel 1869-12-02; Julie
1911-11-12;
Siegfried 1907-07-14; Margarete 1885-08-07; Ita
1898-11-13

HOFER: Leopold 1898-01-22; Walter 1893-05-18;
a matched couple Amalie 1909-05-18 and Josef
1910-03-26

Yad vashem sadly has many HOFFER and HOFER victims
from
Austria see: http://www.yadvashem.org & also Letter to
the Stars,
as above.

There are 17 HOFER and 21 HOFFER burials - nearly all
in the Zentralfriedhof, Vienna

http://friedhof.ikg-wien.at/result.asp?lang=de German
http://friedhof.ikg-wien.at/result.asp?lang=en English

Celia Male [U.K.]

Note: Michele originally used her researcher code in
the subject line. I have removed it, as I suspect that
this number caused the posting to be diverted into my
bulk mailbox, which very rarely happens with
Austria-Czech postings.


Re: Canadian Source for Biographical Data #ukraine

Dinberg Donna <donna.dinberg@...>
 

Further to my note regarding the 1940 Canadian national registration
information, there is a bit more, plus an image of what the registration
form looked like, at the Canadian Genealogy Centre website:
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/genealogy/022-907.006-e.html

Seeing the image may help one determine if the information one may receive
is worth the fee of $45.00 plus tax.

Donna Dinberg
Librarian, JGS of Ottawa
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
donna.dinberg@lac-bac.gc.ca


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RE: Canadian Source for Biographical Data #ukraine

Dinberg Donna <donna.dinberg@...>
 

Further to my note regarding the 1940 Canadian national registration
information, there is a bit more, plus an image of what the registration
form looked like, at the Canadian Genealogy Centre website:
http://www.collectionscanada.ca/genealogy/022-907.006-e.html

Seeing the image may help one determine if the information one may receive
is worth the fee of $45.00 plus tax.

Donna Dinberg
Librarian, JGS of Ottawa
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
donna.dinberg@lac-bac.gc.ca


Jewish Collective Settlement called Martinowitz #ukraine

samorai <samorai@...>
 

I have an unsourced reference to a Morris Saxe being born on a Jewish
collective farm called Martinowitz. I have located a village called
Martynovyci about 60 miles NW of Kiev but I do not recall in the list of
Jewish collective settlements in the Ukraine (c. 1879) a settlement by this
name. Would there be a settlement in the immediate vicinity of Martynovyci?

Paul King
Jerusalem

Seeking Morris SAXE - Martinowitz or Skaleroi? [Kiev vicinity]
DIAMANTMANN - Bobrovitza [Chernigov]
LEVITANSKY - Bobrovitza [Chernigov]


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Jewish Collective Settlement called Martinowitz #ukraine

samorai <samorai@...>
 

I have an unsourced reference to a Morris Saxe being born on a Jewish
collective farm called Martinowitz. I have located a village called
Martynovyci about 60 miles NW of Kiev but I do not recall in the list of
Jewish collective settlements in the Ukraine (c. 1879) a settlement by this
name. Would there be a settlement in the immediate vicinity of Martynovyci?

Paul King
Jerusalem

Seeking Morris SAXE - Martinowitz or Skaleroi? [Kiev vicinity]
DIAMANTMANN - Bobrovitza [Chernigov]
LEVITANSKY - Bobrovitza [Chernigov]


Jerusalem Branch of IGS- Meeting on November 23, 2005 #general

Mathilde Tagger <tagger@...>
 

Hello everyone,

I am pleased to give you some details about the coming meeting of the Israel
Genealogical Society (IGS)- Jerusalem Branch- Hebrew Speakers Group, in
cooperation with the IGS Eretz Israel SIG

Date: November 23, 2005
Time: 19.30
Place: Beit Frankfurter, 80 Derekh Beit Lehem, Bak'a, Jerusalem
Topic: Changes of Names in Eretz Israel during the British Mandate
Lecturer: Jean-Pierre Stroweis, President of IGS Jerusalem Branch.

There were some 30,000 official name changes that were registered in the
Palestine Gazette during the British Mandate >from 1920 till 1948. The
changes concerned given names as well as surnames.
Jean-Pierre Stroweis, a computer engineer and a very devoted and experienced
genealogist, has prepared a database covering all these changes.

The IGS library will be open >from 18.00.

Entrance fee: Free for members; 20.- Shekels for guests.

We will be happy to welcome you!

Shalom,
Mathilde Tagger
IGS Jerusalem Branch


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jerusalem Branch of IGS- Meeting on November 23, 2005 #general

Mathilde Tagger <tagger@...>
 

Hello everyone,

I am pleased to give you some details about the coming meeting of the Israel
Genealogical Society (IGS)- Jerusalem Branch- Hebrew Speakers Group, in
cooperation with the IGS Eretz Israel SIG

Date: November 23, 2005
Time: 19.30
Place: Beit Frankfurter, 80 Derekh Beit Lehem, Bak'a, Jerusalem
Topic: Changes of Names in Eretz Israel during the British Mandate
Lecturer: Jean-Pierre Stroweis, President of IGS Jerusalem Branch.

There were some 30,000 official name changes that were registered in the
Palestine Gazette during the British Mandate >from 1920 till 1948. The
changes concerned given names as well as surnames.
Jean-Pierre Stroweis, a computer engineer and a very devoted and experienced
genealogist, has prepared a database covering all these changes.

The IGS library will be open >from 18.00.

Entrance fee: Free for members; 20.- Shekels for guests.

We will be happy to welcome you!

Shalom,
Mathilde Tagger
IGS Jerusalem Branch


Re: Vermont and Sweden -- restrictions on genealogists #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

As the FHC liaison for our JGSPBCI, I received a message clarifying the
restriction of various films. The question has often been raised by
researchers at Family History Centers whose orders for various films are
returned marked "Restricted".
There are many sources comprising the collection of restricted film -
religious records such as Jewish records. Some are restricted by countries
such as Lebanon, Moslem-based countries, etc. Possibly the largest come >from
within our own country [USA], due to laws passed for "privacy" reasons.
The last major recall was about 18 months ago when Texas passed a
"privacy" law.
At that time over 2000 films were recalled >from the Indefinite files and
now can only be viewed in Salt Lake City, and can no longer be circulated.
These same laws affect abilities to perform Temple Work.
Two main departments are designated to Restricted Records: the film
department and the Restricted Temple Ready.

Sylvia
Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
President Emerita
JGSPBCI, FL
USA
Researching:
ABELMAN, ARONSON, DOROGOI, FRUCHT/FURSHMAN, FURSTMAN, GORDON, MELC,
SHEINKEROVICH, SHIMENOVITZ, Kaunas,Vilnius, Moletai,Ukmerge, Lithuania
AVNER, AWNER,WECHSLER, EHRENPREIS,FRIEDHOFFER, Ukraine
NOUSSINOFF/NUSINOV, LENTOTCHNIK/LENT, Ukraine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Vermont and Sweden -- restrictions on genealogists #general

Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
 

As the FHC liaison for our JGSPBCI, I received a message clarifying the
restriction of various films. The question has often been raised by
researchers at Family History Centers whose orders for various films are
returned marked "Restricted".
There are many sources comprising the collection of restricted film -
religious records such as Jewish records. Some are restricted by countries
such as Lebanon, Moslem-based countries, etc. Possibly the largest come >from
within our own country [USA], due to laws passed for "privacy" reasons.
The last major recall was about 18 months ago when Texas passed a
"privacy" law.
At that time over 2000 films were recalled >from the Indefinite files and
now can only be viewed in Salt Lake City, and can no longer be circulated.
These same laws affect abilities to perform Temple Work.
Two main departments are designated to Restricted Records: the film
department and the Restricted Temple Ready.

Sylvia
Sylvia Furshman Nusinov
President Emerita
JGSPBCI, FL
USA
Researching:
ABELMAN, ARONSON, DOROGOI, FRUCHT/FURSHMAN, FURSTMAN, GORDON, MELC,
SHEINKEROVICH, SHIMENOVITZ, Kaunas,Vilnius, Moletai,Ukmerge, Lithuania
AVNER, AWNER,WECHSLER, EHRENPREIS,FRIEDHOFFER, Ukraine
NOUSSINOFF/NUSINOV, LENTOTCHNIK/LENT, Ukraine