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Hoberman #belarus

Cliff Hoberman <bradleyallen@...>
 

Hello Genners:

I am researching Hoberman >from Gleboyoke. Anyone out there?

Cliff Hoberman
San Marcos, Ca.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Hoberman #belarus

Cliff Hoberman <bradleyallen@...>
 

Hello Genners:

I am researching Hoberman >from Gleboyoke. Anyone out there?

Cliff Hoberman
San Marcos, Ca.


Re: Thank-You Vm6480/Vm6476 #general

Michele Troup
 

I would like to thank All the people that responded to my view mate posting
for My German document Vm6480. now in achieves.

It is general consensus that the names do not seem Jewish? and that this is
document with family names for army exemptions (only one Son) but there is
one column that has the heading for "religion" all that can be seen is 2
letters The first and last. Would any one be able to tell me what the
letters are? I think the first looks like a "Y" and the last a "T" I have
seen the original document 15 years ago before my aunt tore it. This is a
photo copy my other aunt sent me before it was burnt ( so I have been told)
I Think it said "Yudisht" or something of the like... I asked what that
meant the day I saw it. It was after that my aunt said to let sleeping dogs
lie, that branch has been cut off. Please note at the bottom of the page it
has a name Zoldak /Zoldok in hand writing, I believe that is a signature . I
did an Ellis Island Jewish name search "many came up." Maybe that is a Rabbi
any Ideas??? or does anyone know a Rabbi name that was similar in Sadagora
or Czernowitz, Bukowyna,or general area around 1900- 1903.

I would like to thank All the people that responded to my view mate posting
for My Latin document "Vm6476."
It is general consensus that this a "record" of a marrige performed
elsewhere, this makes more sense to me as I was always told that my gr grand
parents married in Bukowyna Austria, as I could not understand a Catholic
Marriage, as I know my gr Grandmother disliked the Catholics. But please
note the name recored on this document is again Zoldak as on the German
(Vm6480) the one >from Czernowitz but as the (Minster) who married them. Any
ideas on how to research a Rabbi or marriages performed in Czernowitz area
1900-1903

Thanks Again For any help I get
Michele

MODERATOR NOTE: Direct links to the above are:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6480
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6476


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re:Thank-You Vm6480/Vm6476 #general

Michele Troup
 

I would like to thank All the people that responded to my view mate posting
for My German document Vm6480. now in achieves.

It is general consensus that the names do not seem Jewish? and that this is
document with family names for army exemptions (only one Son) but there is
one column that has the heading for "religion" all that can be seen is 2
letters The first and last. Would any one be able to tell me what the
letters are? I think the first looks like a "Y" and the last a "T" I have
seen the original document 15 years ago before my aunt tore it. This is a
photo copy my other aunt sent me before it was burnt ( so I have been told)
I Think it said "Yudisht" or something of the like... I asked what that
meant the day I saw it. It was after that my aunt said to let sleeping dogs
lie, that branch has been cut off. Please note at the bottom of the page it
has a name Zoldak /Zoldok in hand writing, I believe that is a signature . I
did an Ellis Island Jewish name search "many came up." Maybe that is a Rabbi
any Ideas??? or does anyone know a Rabbi name that was similar in Sadagora
or Czernowitz, Bukowyna,or general area around 1900- 1903.

I would like to thank All the people that responded to my view mate posting
for My Latin document "Vm6476."
It is general consensus that this a "record" of a marrige performed
elsewhere, this makes more sense to me as I was always told that my gr grand
parents married in Bukowyna Austria, as I could not understand a Catholic
Marriage, as I know my gr Grandmother disliked the Catholics. But please
note the name recored on this document is again Zoldak as on the German
(Vm6480) the one >from Czernowitz but as the (Minster) who married them. Any
ideas on how to research a Rabbi or marriages performed in Czernowitz area
1900-1903

Thanks Again For any help I get
Michele

MODERATOR NOTE: Direct links to the above are:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6480
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6476


Viewmate 6323/24/25 - Translation from Polish #general

Yaacov Slizak <yslizak@...>
 

Dear Friends,

I am posting this request for help for a second time, hoping a good soul
will help me with the following translations >from Polish.

Interested in full translation, but key facts (ages, parent names, places of
living) would do as well.

Description: Certificate of Birth, Perla DOMB
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6323

Description: Certificate of Birth, Golda DOMB
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6324

Description: Certificate of Marriage of Freyda ZYLBERKRANTZ Szymon Lejb
DOMB
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6325

Thanks in advance,
Yaacov Slizak
Ennis, Co.Clare, Ireland

SLIZAK, SANDAL, FELDMAN, WOLFSON, ZYLBERKRANTZ, DOMB - Miedzyrzec/Lukow(Pol)
SPOSOB/SPOSEEP - Kurytnycja, Lyuboml (Ukr), Chelm, Dubenka (Pol), USA;
FARBER - Kiyev (Ukr), Argentina; GURFINKEL - Hrubieszow (Pol)
KLEINER/KLEIN - Hrubieszow, Chrzanow, Sieniawa (Pol), UK;
PLOJT, PLOIT - Vladimir Volynskiy, Ozdziutycze, Kovel (Ukr), Argentina;
JAEGER, (Eastern Galicia);


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate 6323/24/25 - Translation from Polish #general

Yaacov Slizak <yslizak@...>
 

Dear Friends,

I am posting this request for help for a second time, hoping a good soul
will help me with the following translations >from Polish.

Interested in full translation, but key facts (ages, parent names, places of
living) would do as well.

Description: Certificate of Birth, Perla DOMB
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6323

Description: Certificate of Birth, Golda DOMB
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6324

Description: Certificate of Marriage of Freyda ZYLBERKRANTZ Szymon Lejb
DOMB
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6325

Thanks in advance,
Yaacov Slizak
Ennis, Co.Clare, Ireland

SLIZAK, SANDAL, FELDMAN, WOLFSON, ZYLBERKRANTZ, DOMB - Miedzyrzec/Lukow(Pol)
SPOSOB/SPOSEEP - Kurytnycja, Lyuboml (Ukr), Chelm, Dubenka (Pol), USA;
FARBER - Kiyev (Ukr), Argentina; GURFINKEL - Hrubieszow (Pol)
KLEINER/KLEIN - Hrubieszow, Chrzanow, Sieniawa (Pol), UK;
PLOJT, PLOIT - Vladimir Volynskiy, Ozdziutycze, Kovel (Ukr), Argentina;
JAEGER, (Eastern Galicia);


Viewmate 6611-Russian transliteration #general

Ruth Hyman <ruth.hyman@...>
 

Dear cousins,
I have both the Hebrew and Russian translated for this birth record but
wondered if someone would be willing to give me a Russian
transliteration. My Russian alphabet is rudimentary and handwritten and
old makes everything worse. This is exciting-my paternal grandmother's
sister, which may enable me to really track her family now!

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6611
Thanks,
Ruth Hyman
Rockville Centre, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate 6611-Russian transliteration #general

Ruth Hyman <ruth.hyman@...>
 

Dear cousins,
I have both the Hebrew and Russian translated for this birth record but
wondered if someone would be willing to give me a Russian
transliteration. My Russian alphabet is rudimentary and handwritten and
old makes everything worse. This is exciting-my paternal grandmother's
sister, which may enable me to really track her family now!

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6611
Thanks,
Ruth Hyman
Rockville Centre, NY


Viewmate: What uniform is this? #general

Sheila Toffell
 

This is a photo of a cousin of mine in some sort of Russian military /
organization garb. He was an officer in the Russian army, and was lost,
MIA, during WW2. He looks to be in his late teens in this picture, so that
puts it circa 1925-30. I am interested in finding out what the uniform is,
and what the insignia and medals are.

The picture was sent to me by his daughter, who now lives in Israel.
Although I have not yet got her note translated >from the Russian, I believe
she may have found this picture when going through her recently deceased
mother's belongings. My cousin knows very little about her father, as she
was a young child when he was lost, so both she and I would be interested in
any details. The Viewmate link is


http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html File # VM6603

Thanks!


Sheila Toffell

Glen Rock NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate: What uniform is this? #general

Sheila Toffell
 

This is a photo of a cousin of mine in some sort of Russian military /
organization garb. He was an officer in the Russian army, and was lost,
MIA, during WW2. He looks to be in his late teens in this picture, so that
puts it circa 1925-30. I am interested in finding out what the uniform is,
and what the insignia and medals are.

The picture was sent to me by his daughter, who now lives in Israel.
Although I have not yet got her note translated >from the Russian, I believe
she may have found this picture when going through her recently deceased
mother's belongings. My cousin knows very little about her father, as she
was a young child when he was lost, so both she and I would be interested in
any details. The Viewmate link is


http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html File # VM6603

Thanks!


Sheila Toffell

Glen Rock NJ


Lodz society plots in New York and New Jersey #lodz #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings,
This is my first posting to your Discussion Group.
As some of you already know, I have put online my first web site, a virtual
museum of Jewish family history. The URL is www.museumoffamilyhistory.com .
In the past year or two, I have undertaken a project to database burials
from most of the NY and NJ metro area cemeteries. On my web site you will
find overall grounds maps to over three dozen cemeteries in NY/NJ/FL, the
use of which will better prepare you for your next cemetery visit. Secondly,
there is a unique surnames list for eleven of the fourteen extant Lodz
society plots, as well as the two Lask plots, located in the NY-NJ metro
area. This means, e.g. that for the eleven combined Lodz plots, the Lodz
list contains all the unique surnames for those interred in these plots. If
anyone has a list of those interred in the Riverside, Baron Hirsch and
Independent Lodzer Young Men's plots and can send them to me, I will gladly
add the unique surnames to the list.
Hopefully, more plots will be databased and more unique surnames will be
entered onto the list in the near future. There is also a Links page, which
can connect you to over 350 genealogical and non-genealogical sites of
interest. You might also want to check the Museum's Updates page >from time
to time, which can be accessed through the Site Map.
I noticed that there are a great number of researchers interested in the
city of Lodz, so I hope that this information can do some good for many of
you. To access this list and others, go to the Site Map link and click on
Cemetery Project, then Names. There are similar lists for at least sixty or
seventy other towns and cities, mostly located in Poland, all of which list
the unique surnames of people interred in NY and NJ plots (not in Europe).
This information has not yet been presented to JewishGen and is not yet on
the JOWBR database.
Please visit my virtual museum at your leisure. Also, please consider
sending me some family photographs >from Lodz, Lask, elsewhere in Poland and
from Eastern Europe in general so that I may include them in my virtual
museum (see the exhibition "Postcards >from Home" on my site, accessed
through the Exhibitions link.) If you have any other material, family
stories and the like, or wish to put together an exhibition relating to
Jewish history that you think might be of interest to other visitors to my
museum, please contact me with your ideas and perhaps my site will serve as
a venue for your work.

Best wishes for continued successful research,
Steven Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Lodz society plots in New York and New Jersey #lodz #poland

Steven Lasky <steve725@...>
 

Greetings,
This is my first posting to your Discussion Group.
As some of you already know, I have put online my first web site, a virtual
museum of Jewish family history. The URL is www.museumoffamilyhistory.com .
In the past year or two, I have undertaken a project to database burials
from most of the NY and NJ metro area cemeteries. On my web site you will
find overall grounds maps to over three dozen cemeteries in NY/NJ/FL, the
use of which will better prepare you for your next cemetery visit. Secondly,
there is a unique surnames list for eleven of the fourteen extant Lodz
society plots, as well as the two Lask plots, located in the NY-NJ metro
area. This means, e.g. that for the eleven combined Lodz plots, the Lodz
list contains all the unique surnames for those interred in these plots. If
anyone has a list of those interred in the Riverside, Baron Hirsch and
Independent Lodzer Young Men's plots and can send them to me, I will gladly
add the unique surnames to the list.
Hopefully, more plots will be databased and more unique surnames will be
entered onto the list in the near future. There is also a Links page, which
can connect you to over 350 genealogical and non-genealogical sites of
interest. You might also want to check the Museum's Updates page >from time
to time, which can be accessed through the Site Map.
I noticed that there are a great number of researchers interested in the
city of Lodz, so I hope that this information can do some good for many of
you. To access this list and others, go to the Site Map link and click on
Cemetery Project, then Names. There are similar lists for at least sixty or
seventy other towns and cities, mostly located in Poland, all of which list
the unique surnames of people interred in NY and NJ plots (not in Europe).
This information has not yet been presented to JewishGen and is not yet on
the JOWBR database.
Please visit my virtual museum at your leisure. Also, please consider
sending me some family photographs >from Lodz, Lask, elsewhere in Poland and
from Eastern Europe in general so that I may include them in my virtual
museum (see the exhibition "Postcards >from Home" on my site, accessed
through the Exhibitions link.) If you have any other material, family
stories and the like, or wish to put together an exhibition relating to
Jewish history that you think might be of interest to other visitors to my
museum, please contact me with your ideas and perhaps my site will serve as
a venue for your work.

Best wishes for continued successful research,
Steven Lasky
www.museumoffamilyhistory.com


Lykhanovich #belarus

Muriel <uclamema@...>
 

I am looking for LEVITA, GREENBERG, ROBINSON, ROBINOWITZ >from Lykhanovich
(various spellings)

On my paternal gf's Passport Booklet, #2354 issued to Iakov Vol'f
Froshmovich [?] Levita (Levite), for five years by the Grodno gubernia.

It was dated1897 and updated in 1899. In the update was my gm's name was
listed as Sora: Leiakhonovna. Her son: Gilel. Her father was Honan
Greenberg. His brother was Chimaisha Robinson or Robinowitz (various
spellings).

I was told that in Detroit, Sora belonged to a group >from
Lykhanovich/Leckovich (any number of spellings).

Any help on any of these names will be greatly appreciated.
Muriel Schloss,
Las Vegas, NY, UCLAMEma@cox.net


Belarus SIG #Belarus Lykhanovich #belarus

Muriel <uclamema@...>
 

I am looking for LEVITA, GREENBERG, ROBINSON, ROBINOWITZ >from Lykhanovich
(various spellings)

On my paternal gf's Passport Booklet, #2354 issued to Iakov Vol'f
Froshmovich [?] Levita (Levite), for five years by the Grodno gubernia.

It was dated1897 and updated in 1899. In the update was my gm's name was
listed as Sora: Leiakhonovna. Her son: Gilel. Her father was Honan
Greenberg. His brother was Chimaisha Robinson or Robinowitz (various
spellings).

I was told that in Detroit, Sora belonged to a group >from
Lykhanovich/Leckovich (any number of spellings).

Any help on any of these names will be greatly appreciated.
Muriel Schloss,
Las Vegas, NY, UCLAMEma@cox.net


Bialystok Yizkor Ceremonies -- 62nd Anniversary of Liquidation of Bialystok Ghetto #general

Mark Halpern
 

The period of 16-23 August 1943 marked the end for Jewish Bialystok. In
The Bialystoker Memorial Book, it is stated:

"During this period the final liquidation of the ghetto took place,
marked by heroic resistance of the ghetto Jews against the monstrous
oppressors. In that sorrowful week the ghetto was completely wiped off
the face of the earth, the resistance crushed in a wave of blood and
murder of the remaining 40,000 martyrs and Jewish Bialystok was turned
into a huge heap of ashes and dust."

Two ceremonies will commemorate this dark period in Bialystok's history
and the bravery of those who fought to the end.

In Bialystok, the commemoration will start at 12 Noon at the Memorial to
the Shoah Victims at the Zabia Street Ghetto Cemetery. Speeches by the
Mayor of Bialystok, a representative of the Israeli government, a
representative of the Jewish Community, and special guests >from overseas
will be followed by Kadish and the laying of wreaths and flowers to
honor the Bialystoker martyrs who perished during the Holocaust. After
the Ceremony, at 2:00 PM, all are invited to the Muzeum Wojska Polskiego
to view the exhibits, including "Bialystoker Jews at the Front during
World War II."

If you happen to be in Poland at this time, please try to attend.

In Israel, The Society of Former Residents of Bialystok and Surroundings
will hold the 62nd Remembrance Assembly at Kiryat Bialystok in Yehud.
The memorial will take place at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, 24 August 2005
near the Memorial Monument in the square of the Great Synagogue on Iccak
Melamed Street in Yehud.

If you live in Israel or happen to be visiting, please try to attend.

For more information, please go to
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/62Memorial.htm.

Mark Halpern
Coordinator, BIALYGen, Bialystok Region Jewish Genealogy Group
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/homepage.htm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bialystok Yizkor Ceremonies -- 62nd Anniversary of Liquidation of Bialystok Ghetto #general

Mark Halpern
 

The period of 16-23 August 1943 marked the end for Jewish Bialystok. In
The Bialystoker Memorial Book, it is stated:

"During this period the final liquidation of the ghetto took place,
marked by heroic resistance of the ghetto Jews against the monstrous
oppressors. In that sorrowful week the ghetto was completely wiped off
the face of the earth, the resistance crushed in a wave of blood and
murder of the remaining 40,000 martyrs and Jewish Bialystok was turned
into a huge heap of ashes and dust."

Two ceremonies will commemorate this dark period in Bialystok's history
and the bravery of those who fought to the end.

In Bialystok, the commemoration will start at 12 Noon at the Memorial to
the Shoah Victims at the Zabia Street Ghetto Cemetery. Speeches by the
Mayor of Bialystok, a representative of the Israeli government, a
representative of the Jewish Community, and special guests >from overseas
will be followed by Kadish and the laying of wreaths and flowers to
honor the Bialystoker martyrs who perished during the Holocaust. After
the Ceremony, at 2:00 PM, all are invited to the Muzeum Wojska Polskiego
to view the exhibits, including "Bialystoker Jews at the Front during
World War II."

If you happen to be in Poland at this time, please try to attend.

In Israel, The Society of Former Residents of Bialystok and Surroundings
will hold the 62nd Remembrance Assembly at Kiryat Bialystok in Yehud.
The memorial will take place at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, 24 August 2005
near the Memorial Monument in the square of the Great Synagogue on Iccak
Melamed Street in Yehud.

If you live in Israel or happen to be visiting, please try to attend.

For more information, please go to
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/62Memorial.htm.

Mark Halpern
Coordinator, BIALYGen, Bialystok Region Jewish Genealogy Group
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/bialygen/homepage.htm


Dr Nathan ADler Lodge #general

HPOLLINS@...
 

Well, Nathan Marcus Adler (1803-1890) was the Chief Rabbi in Britain. I've
no idea if this was the man after whom the Lodge was named.

Harold Pollions
Oxford
---

Does the name Dr. Nathan Adler Lodge (associated
with Mt. Carmel cemetery in Queens, NY) sound familiar
to any of you?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Dr Nathan ADler Lodge #general

HPOLLINS@...
 

Well, Nathan Marcus Adler (1803-1890) was the Chief Rabbi in Britain. I've
no idea if this was the man after whom the Lodge was named.

Harold Pollions
Oxford
---

Does the name Dr. Nathan Adler Lodge (associated
with Mt. Carmel cemetery in Queens, NY) sound familiar
to any of you?


Re: Find location in Mozyr #belarus

Vcharny@...
 

Draft offices in Russian Empire were in many cases associated with basic
administrative entity - volost'. However not every volost' had a draft office.
Some of the offices changed their locations during period of 1870s - 1910s.

For Mozyr uyezd of Minsk Gubernia 1st draft office located in Mozyr (east),
2nd - in Turov (west) and 3rd - in Petrikov (center).

Vitaly Charny
Birmingham, AL

In a message dated 8/5/2005 1:49:10 AM Central Standard Time,
belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org writes:

I have found a reference to an ancestor in the "1881 list of Mozyr uyezd
people drafted in 1880 but did not report for duty". The list references the
"3rd draft office of Mozyr uyezd". I believe this draft office would include
the shtetl of Lachwa, but have no sure knowledge. Does anyone know how to
find out what towns the 3rd draft office would include?

Stan Golembe
Canton, MA

Researching GALEMBA, GOLEMBE, GALEMBE; Lachwa, Lyachovicxhi, Pinsk,


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Find location in Mozyr #belarus

Vcharny@...
 

Draft offices in Russian Empire were in many cases associated with basic
administrative entity - volost'. However not every volost' had a draft office.
Some of the offices changed their locations during period of 1870s - 1910s.

For Mozyr uyezd of Minsk Gubernia 1st draft office located in Mozyr (east),
2nd - in Turov (west) and 3rd - in Petrikov (center).

Vitaly Charny
Birmingham, AL

In a message dated 8/5/2005 1:49:10 AM Central Standard Time,
belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org writes:

I have found a reference to an ancestor in the "1881 list of Mozyr uyezd
people drafted in 1880 but did not report for duty". The list references the
"3rd draft office of Mozyr uyezd". I believe this draft office would include
the shtetl of Lachwa, but have no sure knowledge. Does anyone know how to
find out what towns the 3rd draft office would include?

Stan Golembe
Canton, MA

Researching GALEMBA, GOLEMBE, GALEMBE; Lachwa, Lyachovicxhi, Pinsk,