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Re: Malmo Sweden - Jewish Genealogy #scandinavia

Bill Celmaster <bill.celmaster@...>
 

Hi Michael,

This isn't a response to your request, but instead a response to your
address. I live at 90 Buckminster Road in Brookline and was interested to
find another Brookliner on this mailing list. Also, I've been through
Malmo, not that there's any relevance in that.

- Bill Celmaster
mailto:bill.celmaster@verizon.net

BTW -- one terrific resource is Brandeis. Amongst their obscure books that
I once looked at was a catalogue of Jewish gravestones in Denmark.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Cramer" <MCramer@arcusa.com>
To: "Scandinavia SIG" <scandinavia@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Monday, October 10, 2005 9:36 AM
Subject: [scandinavia] Malmo Sweden - Jewish Genealogy

I am beginning to research a branch of my family who lived in Malmo, Sweden
during the 1870's and 1880's. They originally came >from Poland (possibly
...snip...
----------------------------


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Re: Malmo Sweden - Jewish Genealogy #scandinavia

Bill Celmaster <bill.celmaster@...>
 

Hi Michael,

This isn't a response to your request, but instead a response to your
address. I live at 90 Buckminster Road in Brookline and was interested to
find another Brookliner on this mailing list. Also, I've been through
Malmo, not that there's any relevance in that.

- Bill Celmaster
mailto:bill.celmaster@verizon.net

BTW -- one terrific resource is Brandeis. Amongst their obscure books that
I once looked at was a catalogue of Jewish gravestones in Denmark.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael Cramer" <MCramer@arcusa.com>
To: "Scandinavia SIG" <scandinavia@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Monday, October 10, 2005 9:36 AM
Subject: [scandinavia] Malmo Sweden - Jewish Genealogy

I am beginning to research a branch of my family who lived in Malmo, Sweden
during the 1870's and 1880's. They originally came >from Poland (possibly
...snip...
----------------------------


Friendlich #hungary

Arnold Samlan
 

I recently discovered my great-great-grandfather's name: Joseph/Yosef
Freindlich (or close spelling). While this is all the information that I have as
of the moment, his daughter, Rosie (Freindlich) Samlan came to Montreal, most
likely in the 1890's. She was widowed at a young age, and died herself in 1
915, leaving an only son, my grandfather.

The only information I have >from my family is that its roots are ">from
Romania," which, in that time period, could be Romania proper or any of a few
other nearby countries.

Anyone with the last name of Freindlich (or a closely related name) who
believes that they might have a family connection, or might have other
information, please contact me.

Best wishes for a shana tova,

Arnold D. Samlan
West Hempstead, NY

Researching: SAMLAN, FREINDLICH, KOOPERMAN, BROTHER


THANK YOU #hungary

B. Frederics <picturethisfilm@...>
 

To all those who responded to my Viewmate translation request, thank you
very much. I appreciate your taking the time.

Regards,
Bonnie Frederics
Tucson, AZ
picturethisfilm@email.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Friendlich #hungary

Arnold Samlan
 

I recently discovered my great-great-grandfather's name: Joseph/Yosef
Freindlich (or close spelling). While this is all the information that I have as
of the moment, his daughter, Rosie (Freindlich) Samlan came to Montreal, most
likely in the 1890's. She was widowed at a young age, and died herself in 1
915, leaving an only son, my grandfather.

The only information I have >from my family is that its roots are ">from
Romania," which, in that time period, could be Romania proper or any of a few
other nearby countries.

Anyone with the last name of Freindlich (or a closely related name) who
believes that they might have a family connection, or might have other
information, please contact me.

Best wishes for a shana tova,

Arnold D. Samlan
West Hempstead, NY

Researching: SAMLAN, FREINDLICH, KOOPERMAN, BROTHER


Hungary SIG #Hungary THANK YOU #hungary

B. Frederics <picturethisfilm@...>
 

To all those who responded to my Viewmate translation request, thank you
very much. I appreciate your taking the time.

Regards,
Bonnie Frederics
Tucson, AZ
picturethisfilm@email.com


Re: h-sig digest: October 09, 2005 / VIEWMATE TRANSLATION #hungary

Ilan Szekely <tcdb@...>
 

Bonnie Frederics

The clip on Viewmate has no Hebrew name.
It is "Zoltan, 1910(1940?) October 9."

Ilan Szekely, Macintosh Consultant
______________________________
E-mail: ilan.szekely@mac.com
E-mail: tcdb@mac.com
______________________________

On 2005, at 08:00, H-SIG digest wrote:

H-SIG Digest for Sunday, October 09, 2005.

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: VIEWMATE TRANSLATION PLEASE
From: "B. Frederics" <picturethisfilm@email.com>
Date: Sun, 9 Oct 2005 20:43:41 -0700
X-Message-Number: 2

Hi Siggers,

I finally found an ancestor's Budapest birth record and would like
to =
know
his Hebrew name in order to confirm a historical relationship. It's on
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html and is item VM6926.

Thank you in advance.

Regards,
Bonnie Frederics
Tucson, AZ
picturethisfilm@email.com
Seeking: ZEISLER/CZEISLER; LOWY; UNGAR. GROEDEL; WEINER; ERNST/
ECSEDI =
(Eger,
DiosGyor, Kazincz, Ga'cs, Marmarross, Budapest, Szolnok; Szentes; =
Kapolna;
Tarnamera, Ujfalu; Vacs)



----------------------------------------------------------------------


Re: VIEWMATE TRANSLATION PLEASE #hungary

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

Could be Zelig.
Ida

Dr. Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz

-----Original Message-----
From: B. Frederics [mailto:picturethisfilm@email.com]
Sent: Monday, October 10, 2005 5:44 AM
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] VIEWMATE TRANSLATION PLEASE


Hi Siggers,

I finally found an ancestor's Budapest birth record and would like to know
his Hebrew name in order to confirm a historical relationship. It's on
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html and is item VM6926.

Thank you in advance.

Regards,
Bonnie Frederics
Tucson, AZ
picturethisfilm@email.com
Seeking: ZEISLER/CZEISLER; LOWY; UNGAR. GROEDEL; WEINER; ERNST/ECSEDI (Eger,
DiosGyor, Kazincz, Ga'cs, Marmarross, Budapest, Szolnok; Szentes; Kapolna;
Tarnamera, Ujfalu; Vacs)


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: h-sig digest: October 09, 2005 / VIEWMATE TRANSLATION #hungary

Ilan Szekely <tcdb@...>
 

Bonnie Frederics

The clip on Viewmate has no Hebrew name.
It is "Zoltan, 1910(1940?) October 9."

Ilan Szekely, Macintosh Consultant
______________________________
E-mail: ilan.szekely@mac.com
E-mail: tcdb@mac.com
______________________________

On 2005, at 08:00, H-SIG digest wrote:

H-SIG Digest for Sunday, October 09, 2005.

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: VIEWMATE TRANSLATION PLEASE
From: "B. Frederics" <picturethisfilm@email.com>
Date: Sun, 9 Oct 2005 20:43:41 -0700
X-Message-Number: 2

Hi Siggers,

I finally found an ancestor's Budapest birth record and would like
to =
know
his Hebrew name in order to confirm a historical relationship. It's on
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html and is item VM6926.

Thank you in advance.

Regards,
Bonnie Frederics
Tucson, AZ
picturethisfilm@email.com
Seeking: ZEISLER/CZEISLER; LOWY; UNGAR. GROEDEL; WEINER; ERNST/
ECSEDI =
(Eger,
DiosGyor, Kazincz, Ga'cs, Marmarross, Budapest, Szolnok; Szentes; =
Kapolna;
Tarnamera, Ujfalu; Vacs)



----------------------------------------------------------------------


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: VIEWMATE TRANSLATION PLEASE #hungary

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

Could be Zelig.
Ida

Dr. Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz

-----Original Message-----
From: B. Frederics [mailto:picturethisfilm@email.com]
Sent: Monday, October 10, 2005 5:44 AM
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] VIEWMATE TRANSLATION PLEASE


Hi Siggers,

I finally found an ancestor's Budapest birth record and would like to know
his Hebrew name in order to confirm a historical relationship. It's on
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html and is item VM6926.

Thank you in advance.

Regards,
Bonnie Frederics
Tucson, AZ
picturethisfilm@email.com
Seeking: ZEISLER/CZEISLER; LOWY; UNGAR. GROEDEL; WEINER; ERNST/ECSEDI (Eger,
DiosGyor, Kazincz, Ga'cs, Marmarross, Budapest, Szolnok; Szentes; Kapolna;
Tarnamera, Ujfalu; Vacs)


Stropkov and her daughters #hungary

Hallie Feldman
 

This is >from my uncle, David Berliner, who took a side trip to Stropkov=20
and her daughters Vysny Orlik and Nysny Orlik, while on a business trip=20
to Budapest. I would like to share it with you all. He is still in=20
Budapest but he may be pulling up his email while there. Melody, he read =

your book too before he went on this trip!

Enjoy!
Hallie Berliner Feldman


Hi--greetings >from Buda and pest and us.


Searching for Vysny Orlik
This was a little like =93All things will become illuminated.=94 It was =
funny and moving, and also more emotional than I thought.=20
We left Budapest at 7:15 am, crossed the border into Slovakia about two =
hours later, and headed first for Kodice. >from there we went on to Presno=
v. We stopped in both cities on the way back and both are lovely old town=
s, once Hungarian, but after WWI they were given to Slovakia. They still =
have a large Hungarian population mixed with the Slovaks, and our Hungari=
an hosts were familiar with both cities and their history. There is a mag=
nificent soaring gothic church in Kodice. Great old buildings in both dow=
ntown areas, Prague style, but here there were smaller country houses, tw=
o and three story, not big buildings at all. But almost all seemed to hav=
e decorations--the rococo and modern and fin de cicle styles--so that mos=
t of the buildings had amazing things on their facades. All were pleasing=
pastels with a wide palette of colors. Clean and old towns, but very qui=
et, because it was Sunday.
Around Preshnov we started asking about Vysny Orlick. It is not on a map=
and no one knew it. Laughingly we started to Stropkov, which we believed=
was near Vysny Orlick. We drove into beautiful countryside by back roads=
that were well maintained. Mostly farm villages and small towns, with we=
ll-dressed people coming >from small churches, and with a gorgeous river v=
alley along the way that we crossed and followed for a while, as we neare=
d Stropkov. Near there, some young men told us the way to Vysny Orlick, o=
r Upper Orlick (not to be confused with Nysny Orlick, lower Orlick!). We =
soon found Nyshny Orlick and spent a few minutes there, getting direction=
s for Vyshny Orlick, a kilometer away. Then we found it, one of our ances=
tral towns, the last European home of the Berliner=92s.=20
Vyshny Orlick is a tiny, tidy, quiet, country town of a few streets and =
probably less then 80 houses,, with two churches. We certainly stood out =
as we looked around! I was trying to envision life around 1880, and it wa=
s probably quite hard for all but the gentry. I am sure that it was doubl=
y hard for the Jews there. But today it looks like a nice, quiet, country=
farm town.=20
An older man, already 3 sheets to the wind at noon, befriended us. In so=
me combination of Slovakian and Russian and a language our multi-lingual =
hosts could not decipher, he told us that one house that is now the one l=
ocal bar was a house that Jews had owned and that the house was also used=
for prayers. In the back (we learned later) had been a micvah, of sorts.=
The Rosenwassers, or Rosenbaums, he thought, had been the owners of that=
house. Another house on the far side of town had been owned by the Becks=
, another Jewish family. He said that Vyshny Orlick only had about 5 Jewi=
sh families and they all went away during the war, to Poland or the US. [=
More likely they all went to Poland and the camps, as we know >from the fa=
te of some of the Lorbers (cousins of ours) >from that town.] Although a l=
ittle tipsy, our Rutenian friend (he claimed the people of Vyshny Orlick =
were not Slavs but Rutenian, though I don=92t know what that means) was v=
ery nice and fetched the Eastern Orthodox Priest. The priest turned out t=
o be a charming young man who showed us a tiny old church they were renov=
ating, with an alter >from the 1400=92s!
The priest, Marian Fedo, brought us to his house for coffee, which turne=
d out to include lovely appetizers, two bottles of wine, tea and cookies,=
chocolates, and introductions to his wife, Anna who prepared all that wh=
ile we were talking in the town. His twins, Annitchka and Marian (Jr.) we=
re just short of 12 years old and just learning English in school, which =
Marian, the father (in both senses), spoke haltingly. Nevertheless he com=
municated well with us via English, and Russian, which our Hungarian host=
s spoke fluently since they were of the generation that had been forced t=
o learn Russian. Marian had been born nearby to Orlick, but studied for 6=
years in Moscow. He could not have been any more welcoming of this old g=
randson of Orlick.=20
Ursula and I, with our Hungarian hosts, were overwhelmed with his affabi=
lity, openness and hospitality. We traded addresses. Marion was going to=
ask the old people, many now in their 90s, what they remember of the Jew=
ish history of the town. No one knows of a Jewish cemetery, which in the =
1950s or early 60s, Joe Berliner found there, nearby. We have his descrip=
tion of it but our two local residents never heard of it. Nor did they kn=
ow of a community center in town, which Joe reported may have been the si=
te of the Berliner family house. But across >from the (reputed) Rossenwass=
er house was a public building that easily could have been once been the =
community building Joe referred to, and therefore the possible Berliner h=
ome. So much has changed!
It is hard to imagine what was. But something of this little country vil=
lage was still evocative, I felt good being there and some strange kinshi=
p with the people there. So strange. A hundred twenty years after the mig=
ration of a man I never knew, I feel some strange attachment to Vyshny Or=
lich, even though my life has been thoroughly American and urban. Thought=
s of what might have been had grandpa not wanted to escape the emperor=92=
s draft came to mind a great deal.=20
The hospitality and genuine sympathy for the Jews >from the local priest =
renews my faith in the idea of redemption. In Vyshny Orlick, and Slovakia=
and Hungary, I get the feeling that their people cannot imagine engaging=
in the horrors that took place a short time ago, yet a large percent of =
their recent forefathers were involved in those horrors. And they were no=
t passive observers, either. Yet now, the two quite secular Jews we met h=
ere in Hungary seem quite integrated into Hungarian life, with no hint th=
at it has been hard for them or that it is unique for them to have achiev=
ed anything.=20
So maybe people really do change. And should the urge to grow apples ove=
rwhelm me, I think the Berliner=92s would be welcome home to Vysny Orlick=
once again.=20


David C. Berliner
Regents' Professor of Education
College of Education
Arizona State University


Hungary SIG #Hungary Stropkov and her daughters #hungary

Hallie Feldman
 

This is >from my uncle, David Berliner, who took a side trip to Stropkov=20
and her daughters Vysny Orlik and Nysny Orlik, while on a business trip=20
to Budapest. I would like to share it with you all. He is still in=20
Budapest but he may be pulling up his email while there. Melody, he read =

your book too before he went on this trip!

Enjoy!
Hallie Berliner Feldman


Hi--greetings >from Buda and pest and us.


Searching for Vysny Orlik
This was a little like =93All things will become illuminated.=94 It was =
funny and moving, and also more emotional than I thought.=20
We left Budapest at 7:15 am, crossed the border into Slovakia about two =
hours later, and headed first for Kodice. >from there we went on to Presno=
v. We stopped in both cities on the way back and both are lovely old town=
s, once Hungarian, but after WWI they were given to Slovakia. They still =
have a large Hungarian population mixed with the Slovaks, and our Hungari=
an hosts were familiar with both cities and their history. There is a mag=
nificent soaring gothic church in Kodice. Great old buildings in both dow=
ntown areas, Prague style, but here there were smaller country houses, tw=
o and three story, not big buildings at all. But almost all seemed to hav=
e decorations--the rococo and modern and fin de cicle styles--so that mos=
t of the buildings had amazing things on their facades. All were pleasing=
pastels with a wide palette of colors. Clean and old towns, but very qui=
et, because it was Sunday.
Around Preshnov we started asking about Vysny Orlick. It is not on a map=
and no one knew it. Laughingly we started to Stropkov, which we believed=
was near Vysny Orlick. We drove into beautiful countryside by back roads=
that were well maintained. Mostly farm villages and small towns, with we=
ll-dressed people coming >from small churches, and with a gorgeous river v=
alley along the way that we crossed and followed for a while, as we neare=
d Stropkov. Near there, some young men told us the way to Vysny Orlick, o=
r Upper Orlick (not to be confused with Nysny Orlick, lower Orlick!). We =
soon found Nyshny Orlick and spent a few minutes there, getting direction=
s for Vyshny Orlick, a kilometer away. Then we found it, one of our ances=
tral towns, the last European home of the Berliner=92s.=20
Vyshny Orlick is a tiny, tidy, quiet, country town of a few streets and =
probably less then 80 houses,, with two churches. We certainly stood out =
as we looked around! I was trying to envision life around 1880, and it wa=
s probably quite hard for all but the gentry. I am sure that it was doubl=
y hard for the Jews there. But today it looks like a nice, quiet, country=
farm town.=20
An older man, already 3 sheets to the wind at noon, befriended us. In so=
me combination of Slovakian and Russian and a language our multi-lingual =
hosts could not decipher, he told us that one house that is now the one l=
ocal bar was a house that Jews had owned and that the house was also used=
for prayers. In the back (we learned later) had been a micvah, of sorts.=
The Rosenwassers, or Rosenbaums, he thought, had been the owners of that=
house. Another house on the far side of town had been owned by the Becks=
, another Jewish family. He said that Vyshny Orlick only had about 5 Jewi=
sh families and they all went away during the war, to Poland or the US. [=
More likely they all went to Poland and the camps, as we know >from the fa=
te of some of the Lorbers (cousins of ours) >from that town.] Although a l=
ittle tipsy, our Rutenian friend (he claimed the people of Vyshny Orlick =
were not Slavs but Rutenian, though I don=92t know what that means) was v=
ery nice and fetched the Eastern Orthodox Priest. The priest turned out t=
o be a charming young man who showed us a tiny old church they were renov=
ating, with an alter >from the 1400=92s!
The priest, Marian Fedo, brought us to his house for coffee, which turne=
d out to include lovely appetizers, two bottles of wine, tea and cookies,=
chocolates, and introductions to his wife, Anna who prepared all that wh=
ile we were talking in the town. His twins, Annitchka and Marian (Jr.) we=
re just short of 12 years old and just learning English in school, which =
Marian, the father (in both senses), spoke haltingly. Nevertheless he com=
municated well with us via English, and Russian, which our Hungarian host=
s spoke fluently since they were of the generation that had been forced t=
o learn Russian. Marian had been born nearby to Orlick, but studied for 6=
years in Moscow. He could not have been any more welcoming of this old g=
randson of Orlick.=20
Ursula and I, with our Hungarian hosts, were overwhelmed with his affabi=
lity, openness and hospitality. We traded addresses. Marion was going to=
ask the old people, many now in their 90s, what they remember of the Jew=
ish history of the town. No one knows of a Jewish cemetery, which in the =
1950s or early 60s, Joe Berliner found there, nearby. We have his descrip=
tion of it but our two local residents never heard of it. Nor did they kn=
ow of a community center in town, which Joe reported may have been the si=
te of the Berliner family house. But across >from the (reputed) Rossenwass=
er house was a public building that easily could have been once been the =
community building Joe referred to, and therefore the possible Berliner h=
ome. So much has changed!
It is hard to imagine what was. But something of this little country vil=
lage was still evocative, I felt good being there and some strange kinshi=
p with the people there. So strange. A hundred twenty years after the mig=
ration of a man I never knew, I feel some strange attachment to Vyshny Or=
lich, even though my life has been thoroughly American and urban. Thought=
s of what might have been had grandpa not wanted to escape the emperor=92=
s draft came to mind a great deal.=20
The hospitality and genuine sympathy for the Jews >from the local priest =
renews my faith in the idea of redemption. In Vyshny Orlick, and Slovakia=
and Hungary, I get the feeling that their people cannot imagine engaging=
in the horrors that took place a short time ago, yet a large percent of =
their recent forefathers were involved in those horrors. And they were no=
t passive observers, either. Yet now, the two quite secular Jews we met h=
ere in Hungary seem quite integrated into Hungarian life, with no hint th=
at it has been hard for them or that it is unique for them to have achiev=
ed anything.=20
So maybe people really do change. And should the urge to grow apples ove=
rwhelm me, I think the Berliner=92s would be welcome home to Vysny Orlick=
once again.=20


David C. Berliner
Regents' Professor of Education
College of Education
Arizona State University


ELEFANT/EISENBERGER families #hungary

Daniel Rosenzweig <dzrosen@...>
 

I have quite a bit of information on the ELEFANTS and EISENBERGERS of
Nyirkarasz and surrounding towns. It is of relevance to Daniel B.
Schwartz, whose email address given here doesn't work. Does anyone know
how to contact him?

Daniel Rosenzweig
Lakewood, NJ

Moderator: Please respond off-list.


Hungary SIG #Hungary ELEFANT/EISENBERGER families #hungary

Daniel Rosenzweig <dzrosen@...>
 

I have quite a bit of information on the ELEFANTS and EISENBERGERS of
Nyirkarasz and surrounding towns. It is of relevance to Daniel B.
Schwartz, whose email address given here doesn't work. Does anyone know
how to contact him?

Daniel Rosenzweig
Lakewood, NJ

Moderator: Please respond off-list.


Re: Miskolc 1912 Directory #hungary

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

Dear Vivian,
How can I access the Directory? My great-grandfather, Lo"rincz SCHNITZER in
the 19th century and my grandfather Miksa SCHNITZER, until the Holocaust,
lived in Miskolc. They owned a restaurant and a hotel. I have the addresses.
Do I write to the Ko:nyvta'r?
Gemar Hatima Tova !
Yosef

Dr. Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz

-----Original Message-----
From: vkahn@kmort.com [mailto:vkahn@kmort.com]
Sent: Sunday, October 09, 2005 1:42 AM
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] Miskolc 1912 Directory


The Miskolc Municipal Library (Szabo Lorinc Varosi Konyvtar) off
Mindszent ter has a copy of a 1912 directory that lists residents,
businessowners, and other community leaders. My father and his family
were living in MiskoIc in 1915-16 but I didn't find a listing for my
grandfather Viktor Neumann, which may mean that the family had not yet
moved there >from Ung megye. Below is a partial list of names included
in the directory, some of whom might be my relatives--or yours! The full
title
of the directory is Miskolcz Varos es Borsodvarmegye, Cim-Es
Lakasjegyzeke 1912. Sorry, I don't have any other information about
this book or the names included.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA

LAST NAME, GIVEN NAME, STREET ADDRESS, COMMENTS

AUSLANDER, Gyula, , Tulajdono, Pannonia Kavehaz

KOHN, Abraham, Dani-volgy 77, Listed w. Molnar Andras

KOHN, Abrahamne, Gyor utca 15,

KOHN, Abrahamne, Gyor utca 17,

KOHN, Ede, Gizella-utca 15,

KOHN, Gyulane, Gyor utca 34,

KOHN, Gyulane, Wesselenyi utca 49,

KOHN, Gyulane, Wesselenyi utca 26,

KOHN, Herman, Deak utca 10, Miskolcz varos torvenyhatosagi
bizoltsaganak tagjai

KOHN, Herman es neje, Szechenyi utca 111,

KOHN, J. Lazarne orokosei, Nyar utca 2,

KOHN, Lina, Laktanya utca 5,

KOHN, Menyhert es neje, Horvath utca 10, Igazgato, Felsomagyarorszag
Parcellazo es Ingatlanbank

KOHN, Samuel, Ujvaros utca 19,

KOVACS, Janos, Vorosmarty utca, Szabo

MOLNAR, Andras, Dani-volgy 77, Listed w. Kohn Abraham

NEUMANN, Abraham, Jokai utca 33, Lokereskedo

NEUMANN, Adolf, , Igazgato, Felsomagyarorszag Parcellazo es
Ingatlanbank; Miskolcz varos torvenyhatosagi bizoltsaganak tagjai;

Vezerigazgato, Miskolczi Kereskedelmi es Gazdasagi Bank

NEUMANN, Antal, Szeles utca 63, Kantinoso

NEUMANN, Armin es neje, Vay utca 7, Eloljarosag tago, Miskolczi ort.
Izr. Hitkoseg; Igazgato, Miskolczi Kereskedelmi es Gazdasagi Bank

NEUMANN, Imre, ,

NEUMANN, Imre Dr., Varoshaz ter 19, Ugyvede; Igazgato, Miskolczi
Altalanos Takarekpenztar

NEUMANN, Jozsef, Szechenyi utca 104,

NEUMANN, Jozsef, Akaczfa utca, Reszelovagyo; Miskolcz varos
torvenyhatosagi bizoltsaganak tagjai; Ugyvede; Igazgato, Miskolczi
Altalanos Takarekpenztar

NEUMANN, M(or?), Szechenyi utca 44, Ferfiruhakereskedo; Felugyelo
bizottsa, Felsomagyarorszag Parcellazo es Ingatlanbank

NEUMANN, Pinkasz, Ujvilag utca, Pek

NEUMANN, Pinkasz es neje, Ujvilag utca 29,

NEUMANN, Pinkasz es neje, Urak utca 42,

NEUMANN, Sandor , Zarda utca 16, Kereskedelmi ugynokok; Igazgato,
Felsomagyarorszag Parcellazo es Ingatlanbank

NEUMANN, Sandor es neje, Zarda utca 16,

NEUMANN, Simon, Arany Janos utca, Szabo

ROSENBERG, Ferencne, Gyori kapu 3,





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Re: VIEWMATE PUZZLE/1869 Hungarian Census/AMSEL #hungary

Robert Neu
 

I would vote for "Gitlya".
Robert Neu

--- "M. Amsel-Arieli" <nomietai@yahoo.com> wrote:

Mavens of the 1869 Hungarian Census!

please take a look at:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6922

Can anyone decipher the third name >from the
bottom?

Family members recall: Gitta --but what do you
see?

Any guesses Hebrew/Hungarian?

Does anyone connect to this woman?
--she immigrated to the US, married, then
disappeared >from our lives....

Please respond directly to me,

Melody Amsel-Arieli
Maaleh Adumim

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6922

AUTHOR OF
Between Galicia and Hungary: The Jews of Stropkov
http://www.avotaynu.com/books/stropkov.htm
RESEARCHING
Slovakia: Amsel, Schonfeld, Baum,
Landau,Einhorn,Ritter
Bessarabia: Zazulia, Morgenstern,Cushilevitz,Pollak
Galicia: Einstein


* looking for SUZANNE WERKEMA #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Suzanne please get in touch, I lost your current email address.
Many thanks
Tom

PS: Seemingly Suzanne unsubscribed >from H-SIG and JewishGen. If somebody knows her current email address, please let me know it in private. Thanks.
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Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Miskolc 1912 Directory #hungary

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

Dear Vivian,
How can I access the Directory? My great-grandfather, Lo"rincz SCHNITZER in
the 19th century and my grandfather Miksa SCHNITZER, until the Holocaust,
lived in Miskolc. They owned a restaurant and a hotel. I have the addresses.
Do I write to the Ko:nyvta'r?
Gemar Hatima Tova !
Yosef

Dr. Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Dr. Joseph M. Schwarcz

-----Original Message-----
From: vkahn@kmort.com [mailto:vkahn@kmort.com]
Sent: Sunday, October 09, 2005 1:42 AM
To: H-SIG
Subject: [h-sig] Miskolc 1912 Directory


The Miskolc Municipal Library (Szabo Lorinc Varosi Konyvtar) off
Mindszent ter has a copy of a 1912 directory that lists residents,
businessowners, and other community leaders. My father and his family
were living in MiskoIc in 1915-16 but I didn't find a listing for my
grandfather Viktor Neumann, which may mean that the family had not yet
moved there >from Ung megye. Below is a partial list of names included
in the directory, some of whom might be my relatives--or yours! The full
title
of the directory is Miskolcz Varos es Borsodvarmegye, Cim-Es
Lakasjegyzeke 1912. Sorry, I don't have any other information about
this book or the names included.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA

LAST NAME, GIVEN NAME, STREET ADDRESS, COMMENTS

AUSLANDER, Gyula, , Tulajdono, Pannonia Kavehaz

KOHN, Abraham, Dani-volgy 77, Listed w. Molnar Andras

KOHN, Abrahamne, Gyor utca 15,

KOHN, Abrahamne, Gyor utca 17,

KOHN, Ede, Gizella-utca 15,

KOHN, Gyulane, Gyor utca 34,

KOHN, Gyulane, Wesselenyi utca 49,

KOHN, Gyulane, Wesselenyi utca 26,

KOHN, Herman, Deak utca 10, Miskolcz varos torvenyhatosagi
bizoltsaganak tagjai

KOHN, Herman es neje, Szechenyi utca 111,

KOHN, J. Lazarne orokosei, Nyar utca 2,

KOHN, Lina, Laktanya utca 5,

KOHN, Menyhert es neje, Horvath utca 10, Igazgato, Felsomagyarorszag
Parcellazo es Ingatlanbank

KOHN, Samuel, Ujvaros utca 19,

KOVACS, Janos, Vorosmarty utca, Szabo

MOLNAR, Andras, Dani-volgy 77, Listed w. Kohn Abraham

NEUMANN, Abraham, Jokai utca 33, Lokereskedo

NEUMANN, Adolf, , Igazgato, Felsomagyarorszag Parcellazo es
Ingatlanbank; Miskolcz varos torvenyhatosagi bizoltsaganak tagjai;

Vezerigazgato, Miskolczi Kereskedelmi es Gazdasagi Bank

NEUMANN, Antal, Szeles utca 63, Kantinoso

NEUMANN, Armin es neje, Vay utca 7, Eloljarosag tago, Miskolczi ort.
Izr. Hitkoseg; Igazgato, Miskolczi Kereskedelmi es Gazdasagi Bank

NEUMANN, Imre, ,

NEUMANN, Imre Dr., Varoshaz ter 19, Ugyvede; Igazgato, Miskolczi
Altalanos Takarekpenztar

NEUMANN, Jozsef, Szechenyi utca 104,

NEUMANN, Jozsef, Akaczfa utca, Reszelovagyo; Miskolcz varos
torvenyhatosagi bizoltsaganak tagjai; Ugyvede; Igazgato, Miskolczi
Altalanos Takarekpenztar

NEUMANN, M(or?), Szechenyi utca 44, Ferfiruhakereskedo; Felugyelo
bizottsa, Felsomagyarorszag Parcellazo es Ingatlanbank

NEUMANN, Pinkasz, Ujvilag utca, Pek

NEUMANN, Pinkasz es neje, Ujvilag utca 29,

NEUMANN, Pinkasz es neje, Urak utca 42,

NEUMANN, Sandor , Zarda utca 16, Kereskedelmi ugynokok; Igazgato,
Felsomagyarorszag Parcellazo es Ingatlanbank

NEUMANN, Sandor es neje, Zarda utca 16,

NEUMANN, Simon, Arany Janos utca, Szabo

ROSENBERG, Ferencne, Gyori kapu 3,





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Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: VIEWMATE PUZZLE/1869 Hungarian Census/AMSEL #hungary

Robert Neu
 

I would vote for "Gitlya".
Robert Neu

--- "M. Amsel-Arieli" <nomietai@yahoo.com> wrote:

Mavens of the 1869 Hungarian Census!

please take a look at:

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6922

Can anyone decipher the third name >from the
bottom?

Family members recall: Gitta --but what do you
see?

Any guesses Hebrew/Hungarian?

Does anyone connect to this woman?
--she immigrated to the US, married, then
disappeared >from our lives....

Please respond directly to me,

Melody Amsel-Arieli
Maaleh Adumim

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6922

AUTHOR OF
Between Galicia and Hungary: The Jews of Stropkov
http://www.avotaynu.com/books/stropkov.htm
RESEARCHING
Slovakia: Amsel, Schonfeld, Baum,
Landau,Einhorn,Ritter
Bessarabia: Zazulia, Morgenstern,Cushilevitz,Pollak
Galicia: Einstein


Hungary SIG #Hungary * looking for SUZANNE WERKEMA #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Suzanne please get in touch, I lost your current email address.
Many thanks
Tom

PS: Seemingly Suzanne unsubscribed >from H-SIG and JewishGen. If somebody knows her current email address, please let me know it in private. Thanks.
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Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil

Moderator: Please respond off-list.