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Re: Same people marrying twice - 3 days apart!? #general

Keith Martin <keithmart@...>
 

Hi

One possible suggestion is that for some reason they needed to be married in
a hurry. It is possible that there was a parental objection, or that she was
pregnant etc. Young people even in those days were just as headstrong!

The jewish ceremony following could have been arranged by the more observant
family, and if you can delve into the synagogue records there may have been
a fee for performing the ceremony at short notice.

This is only a suggestion, but a similar thing happened to my grandparents
in the UK only their first marriage was in a registry office.

Best regards
Keith Martin
Leeds UK
Researching Staal, Vaz Martines, Hambro
amongst others

----- Original Message -----
From: "Len Levin" <llevin@bigpond.net.au>
To: "JewishGen Discussion Group" <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 7:04 AM
Subject: Same people marrying twice - 3 days apart!?

Dear Genners,

I hope that some of you erudite readers will be able to solve a mystery
that has my family perplexed.
My great-aunt Esther Cohen was married in the manse of the Unitarian
Church in Woollahra,Sydney,Australia by a Reverend F. Cowling on March
20th. 1913. to a Simon Schwartz , a Jew >from Rumania . She came >from a
large, very observant Jewish family >from Poland, she having been born in
Sheffield, England. They stated it was a first marriage for both parties
Three days later the couple were wed in The Great Synagogue in Sydney by
Rabbi Cohen, and the earlier ceremony is mentioned in the margin of their
Jewish certificate.
I have written to the relevant church authorities in Sydney,who could
offer no explanation , and local Rabbis & Jewish historians in Melbourne
who couldn't help either. This Discussion Group is our last hope of an
answer.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Same people marrying twice - 3 days apart!? #general

Keith Martin <keithmart@...>
 

Hi

One possible suggestion is that for some reason they needed to be married in
a hurry. It is possible that there was a parental objection, or that she was
pregnant etc. Young people even in those days were just as headstrong!

The jewish ceremony following could have been arranged by the more observant
family, and if you can delve into the synagogue records there may have been
a fee for performing the ceremony at short notice.

This is only a suggestion, but a similar thing happened to my grandparents
in the UK only their first marriage was in a registry office.

Best regards
Keith Martin
Leeds UK
Researching Staal, Vaz Martines, Hambro
amongst others

----- Original Message -----
From: "Len Levin" <llevin@bigpond.net.au>
To: "JewishGen Discussion Group" <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Sunday, July 31, 2005 7:04 AM
Subject: Same people marrying twice - 3 days apart!?

Dear Genners,

I hope that some of you erudite readers will be able to solve a mystery
that has my family perplexed.
My great-aunt Esther Cohen was married in the manse of the Unitarian
Church in Woollahra,Sydney,Australia by a Reverend F. Cowling on March
20th. 1913. to a Simon Schwartz , a Jew >from Rumania . She came >from a
large, very observant Jewish family >from Poland, she having been born in
Sheffield, England. They stated it was a first marriage for both parties
Three days later the couple were wed in The Great Synagogue in Sydney by
Rabbi Cohen, and the earlier ceremony is mentioned in the margin of their
Jewish certificate.
I have written to the relevant church authorities in Sydney,who could
offer no explanation , and local Rabbis & Jewish historians in Melbourne
who couldn't help either. This Discussion Group is our last hope of an
answer.


The Jewish Cemetery Expedition and Archive Site #general

Adelle Gloger
 

Dear Genners,

While "tooling around" (not to be confused with fooling around) I came
across an interesting website. It is the "Jewish Cemetery Expedition and Archive"
According to their website it is a non-profit organization that identifies
Jewish cemeteries throughout the world, records the location and conducts
basic photographic surveys.

The URL for the main page is: www.ipace.org

So far only the link for United States is workable. There are subsequent
links to several States and then links to a list of cemeteries.
There are links to all states*except* New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, So.
Dakota, West Virginla, and Virginia.

There is also a link to all names that are on headstones that have been
photographed.

This site might be useful to many on this list.

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Cleveland, Ohio
agloger@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Jewish Cemetery Expedition and Archive Site #general

Adelle Gloger
 

Dear Genners,

While "tooling around" (not to be confused with fooling around) I came
across an interesting website. It is the "Jewish Cemetery Expedition and Archive"
According to their website it is a non-profit organization that identifies
Jewish cemeteries throughout the world, records the location and conducts
basic photographic surveys.

The URL for the main page is: www.ipace.org

So far only the link for United States is workable. There are subsequent
links to several States and then links to a list of cemeteries.
There are links to all states*except* New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, So.
Dakota, West Virginla, and Virginia.

There is also a link to all names that are on headstones that have been
photographed.

This site might be useful to many on this list.

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Cleveland, Ohio
agloger@aol.com


Burials in France #general

Stan Zeidenberg
 

I would like to know if there is there an online database of Jewish burials
in France.

Stan Zeidenberg
Toronto, Canada

MODERATOR NOTE: The JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR)
at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/ includes data >from one
cemetery in France. More data are being added all the time. Check the site

from time to time for updates.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Burials in France #general

Stan Zeidenberg
 

I would like to know if there is there an online database of Jewish burials
in France.

Stan Zeidenberg
Toronto, Canada

MODERATOR NOTE: The JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry (JOWBR)
at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/ includes data >from one
cemetery in France. More data are being added all the time. Check the site

from time to time for updates.


Given Polish Name "Czpa," Male or Female?" #general

roberta rosen
 

Dear Genners,
While searching the JRI-Poland data base
(Hrubiezow) for family members, I found an 1898
birth for a child who was given the name, "Czpa."
The name does not appear in the Jewishgen, "Given
Names Database." I am searching for an 1898 birth
for a male who used the name Sam in the US. Could
this possibly be a male name? The name Czpa seems
to bear some resemblance to the female name,
Ziporah, but that's only a guess.

Does anyone know if the given name, "Czpa," is
male or female? Thank you for any help.
Roberta

Roberta Rosen Long Beach, CA
reply to: cypressteach@yahoo.com
KREMENETSKY/KATZ: Worms(Vinogradnoye),Balta, Ukraine,
Tiraspol, Moldava, North Dakota
MARYMONT/MAREMONT/MEYERS: Poland, Chicago, Rochester, NY
FRIEDLAND/SHAPIRO/CHARNEY: Berezena: Belarus
GOLDMAN/YARCHOANEVSKI: Bialystok, Poland, Rochester, NY
ROSEN/ROJZMAN/SHATZ: Hrubieszow, Poland, Rochester, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Given Polish Name "Czpa," Male or Female?" #general

roberta rosen
 

Dear Genners,
While searching the JRI-Poland data base
(Hrubiezow) for family members, I found an 1898
birth for a child who was given the name, "Czpa."
The name does not appear in the Jewishgen, "Given
Names Database." I am searching for an 1898 birth
for a male who used the name Sam in the US. Could
this possibly be a male name? The name Czpa seems
to bear some resemblance to the female name,
Ziporah, but that's only a guess.

Does anyone know if the given name, "Czpa," is
male or female? Thank you for any help.
Roberta

Roberta Rosen Long Beach, CA
reply to: cypressteach@yahoo.com
KREMENETSKY/KATZ: Worms(Vinogradnoye),Balta, Ukraine,
Tiraspol, Moldava, North Dakota
MARYMONT/MAREMONT/MEYERS: Poland, Chicago, Rochester, NY
FRIEDLAND/SHAPIRO/CHARNEY: Berezena: Belarus
GOLDMAN/YARCHOANEVSKI: Bialystok, Poland, Rochester, NY
ROSEN/ROJZMAN/SHATZ: Hrubieszow, Poland, Rochester, NY


Re: Introduction - OFNER, ZENKER, FISCHL #austria-czech

David & Diana Laufer <dlaufer@...>
 

In Sue Isman's introductory posting she mentioned that her great-great- great
grandmother's maiden name was FISCHL.

You may have noted that in my initial posting on the KLEPPERLE name, referring
to the View Mate image number 6526
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6526, that
Francisca KLPPERLE's mother was Sara FISCHEL.

Whether or not this Sara >from Hermanuv Mesto is related to your ancestor I
cannot tell. This surname or variations of it are probably very common.

Maybe a connection could be established one day.

regards

David Laufer
Sydney, Australia


Re: Klepperle / Klepplerer #austria-czech

David & Diana Laufer <dlaufer@...>
 

Once again I thank Celia Male for her assistance with my research.

KLEPPER does not even appear in my German -English dictionary, but then neither
does knacker appear in the English - German section of that dictionary.
So the translation of this word (an old horse) is appreciated. Whether it is
an occupational name or a nickname is unknown to me. I was very tempted to
joke about used horse dealers, but resisted that temptation.

If he was a knacker, perhaps he worked in close cooperation with a leather
merchant. Were there any LEDERERs in Hermanuv Mesto ?

In response to my previous posting in which I raised several questions, I
received several replies to one of these namely the meaning of Posamentierer.
In summary this occupation is a maker of lace and other trimmings used in
clothing and upholstery

Regards

David Laufer
Sydney.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Introduction - OFNER, ZENKER, FISCHL #austria-czech

David & Diana Laufer <dlaufer@...>
 

In Sue Isman's introductory posting she mentioned that her great-great- great
grandmother's maiden name was FISCHL.

You may have noted that in my initial posting on the KLEPPERLE name, referring
to the View Mate image number 6526
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6526, that
Francisca KLPPERLE's mother was Sara FISCHEL.

Whether or not this Sara >from Hermanuv Mesto is related to your ancestor I
cannot tell. This surname or variations of it are probably very common.

Maybe a connection could be established one day.

regards

David Laufer
Sydney, Australia


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech RE: Klepperle / Klepplerer #austria-czech

David & Diana Laufer <dlaufer@...>
 

Once again I thank Celia Male for her assistance with my research.

KLEPPER does not even appear in my German -English dictionary, but then neither
does knacker appear in the English - German section of that dictionary.
So the translation of this word (an old horse) is appreciated. Whether it is
an occupational name or a nickname is unknown to me. I was very tempted to
joke about used horse dealers, but resisted that temptation.

If he was a knacker, perhaps he worked in close cooperation with a leather
merchant. Were there any LEDERERs in Hermanuv Mesto ?

In response to my previous posting in which I raised several questions, I
received several replies to one of these namely the meaning of Posamentierer.
In summary this occupation is a maker of lace and other trimmings used in
clothing and upholstery

Regards

David Laufer
Sydney.


Update on HAHN family #austria-czech

Meriam Haringman <meriamharingman@...>
 

I have been doing genealogy for over 20 years but I am happy to relate what
I have on my roots in Bohemia. My cousins Pierre and Roger HAHN and I are
researching together the HAHN family >from Neugedein. We have been able to
get back to Michael and Katarina HAHN. Michael HAHN died on 24/05/1802 in
Kouty, Czechoslovakia. They were married in 1769 in Kouty. They had seven
children and I only have data on the first-born my ancestor Jonathan HAHN
who was born about 1770 in Kouty, Czechoslovakia and died on 22 08 1831. His
siblings were: Simon, David, Juda, Joseph, Lebl and Lazar. I am still
looking for data on these siblings.

I am also stuck with the children of Jonathan HAHN and Catharina SCHWARZ who
married on 20 07 1798 in Kouty. Here too I only have the descendants of the
first-born, Ruben HAHN born 1800 in Neugedein and died 29 01 1862 in
Neugedein . The siblings of Ruben are:

Leopold, Joseph, Michael and Israel. Here too I would love to fill in the
holes.

Recently I had contact with a Tom HAHN who was born in Rakospolata,
(Budapest) Hungary and claims his roots are in Bohemia but can't trace them
back.

In addition to this family I am also researching the following families:

BARNETT = ZWEIGBAUM >from Tresboli, Poland and migrating to London, England
in 1850

BANETH >from Praag, Stampi, Nikkolsberg and >from 19th century Germany,
England, US and Israel.It is a Rabbinic family.

GOITEIN >from Kojetein (thus the name), Hogyesz, Hungary and >from 19th
century Germany, England and Israel.It is a Rabbinic family.

HECHT >from Durkheim, Gemany and >from 19th century France, England and US

WALK >from Vilna, Lithuania and >from 19th century to Germany, England, US and
Israel

VAN FRANK, FURTH, HARING, HARINGMAN, KROONENBERG, SLAP, VERDONER, WAAS,
WILLING all >from Amsterdam, Holland going back to 17th and 18th centuries.

Meriam Haringman nee Goitein
Jerusalem, Israel

MODERATOR NOTE: Please limit discussion on this list to families in our
geographic area.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Update on HAHN family #austria-czech

Meriam Haringman <meriamharingman@...>
 

I have been doing genealogy for over 20 years but I am happy to relate what
I have on my roots in Bohemia. My cousins Pierre and Roger HAHN and I are
researching together the HAHN family >from Neugedein. We have been able to
get back to Michael and Katarina HAHN. Michael HAHN died on 24/05/1802 in
Kouty, Czechoslovakia. They were married in 1769 in Kouty. They had seven
children and I only have data on the first-born my ancestor Jonathan HAHN
who was born about 1770 in Kouty, Czechoslovakia and died on 22 08 1831. His
siblings were: Simon, David, Juda, Joseph, Lebl and Lazar. I am still
looking for data on these siblings.

I am also stuck with the children of Jonathan HAHN and Catharina SCHWARZ who
married on 20 07 1798 in Kouty. Here too I only have the descendants of the
first-born, Ruben HAHN born 1800 in Neugedein and died 29 01 1862 in
Neugedein . The siblings of Ruben are:

Leopold, Joseph, Michael and Israel. Here too I would love to fill in the
holes.

Recently I had contact with a Tom HAHN who was born in Rakospolata,
(Budapest) Hungary and claims his roots are in Bohemia but can't trace them
back.

In addition to this family I am also researching the following families:

BARNETT = ZWEIGBAUM >from Tresboli, Poland and migrating to London, England
in 1850

BANETH >from Praag, Stampi, Nikkolsberg and >from 19th century Germany,
England, US and Israel.It is a Rabbinic family.

GOITEIN >from Kojetein (thus the name), Hogyesz, Hungary and >from 19th
century Germany, England and Israel.It is a Rabbinic family.

HECHT >from Durkheim, Gemany and >from 19th century France, England and US

WALK >from Vilna, Lithuania and >from 19th century to Germany, England, US and
Israel

VAN FRANK, FURTH, HARING, HARINGMAN, KROONENBERG, SLAP, VERDONER, WAAS,
WILLING all >from Amsterdam, Holland going back to 17th and 18th centuries.

Meriam Haringman nee Goitein
Jerusalem, Israel

MODERATOR NOTE: Please limit discussion on this list to families in our
geographic area.


"Nakhalat Jehoshua" - 18th century work #rabbinic

sfalk81162@...
 

I am trying to find information about the work "Nakhalat Jehoshua",
an 18th century rabbinic work by R. Isaak Eisik ben Jehoshua
(d.1791, Breslau, Silesia). This work is mentioned in the
gravestone inscription of his son R. Jehoshua Falk ben Isaak Eisik
(ca.1749-1807, Breslau, Silesia) when referring to his father.

The son R. Jehoshua Falk is the author of "Binjan Jehoshua" (1788,
Dyherrnfurth) which I have managed to track down.

I'm hoping that "Nakhalat Jehoshua" contains some family information
in the introduction, but I have not been able to find this work in
any of the library catalogues that I have searched. Ultimately, my
research is directed to determining whether the son R. Jehoshua Falk
is the father of my great great grandfather R. Jacob Jehuda Loebel
FALK (ca.1767-1838, Breslau).

Any leads would be most appreciated.

Best regards,
Stephen T. Falk
Wayne, PA, USA
sfalk81162@aol.com


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic "Nakhalat Jehoshua" - 18th century work #rabbinic

sfalk81162@...
 

I am trying to find information about the work "Nakhalat Jehoshua",
an 18th century rabbinic work by R. Isaak Eisik ben Jehoshua
(d.1791, Breslau, Silesia). This work is mentioned in the
gravestone inscription of his son R. Jehoshua Falk ben Isaak Eisik
(ca.1749-1807, Breslau, Silesia) when referring to his father.

The son R. Jehoshua Falk is the author of "Binjan Jehoshua" (1788,
Dyherrnfurth) which I have managed to track down.

I'm hoping that "Nakhalat Jehoshua" contains some family information
in the introduction, but I have not been able to find this work in
any of the library catalogues that I have searched. Ultimately, my
research is directed to determining whether the son R. Jehoshua Falk
is the father of my great great grandfather R. Jacob Jehuda Loebel
FALK (ca.1767-1838, Breslau).

Any leads would be most appreciated.

Best regards,
Stephen T. Falk
Wayne, PA, USA
sfalk81162@aol.com


Maxmilian GRAB #austria-czech

Hans Peter Grab <hpgrab@...>
 

Dear SIGers,

I search descendants >from Maxmilian GRAB, son of Friedrich GRAB and of
Karoline/Katharina, nee JOCKEL, b. Aug 5, 1870 in Prague and >from his
brothers.

Maxmilian arrived in USA 1892 (see EllisIslandRecords) and received US
citizenship 1901 in New York. The last address (1907) what I know was 38
East, 21 Street, New York.

Maximilians brother Victor GRAB, b. Jan 19, 1876 in Prague arrived in USA
1895 (see EllisIslandRecords).

Maximilians brother Rudolf GRAB, b. Aug 27, 1879 in Prague arrived in USA
1907 (see EllisIslandRecords).

Thanks in advance for every research help.

Hanus Grab


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Maxmilian GRAB #austria-czech

Hans Peter Grab <hpgrab@...>
 

Dear SIGers,

I search descendants >from Maxmilian GRAB, son of Friedrich GRAB and of
Karoline/Katharina, nee JOCKEL, b. Aug 5, 1870 in Prague and >from his
brothers.

Maxmilian arrived in USA 1892 (see EllisIslandRecords) and received US
citizenship 1901 in New York. The last address (1907) what I know was 38
East, 21 Street, New York.

Maximilians brother Victor GRAB, b. Jan 19, 1876 in Prague arrived in USA
1895 (see EllisIslandRecords).

Maximilians brother Rudolf GRAB, b. Aug 27, 1879 in Prague arrived in USA
1907 (see EllisIslandRecords).

Thanks in advance for every research help.

Hanus Grab


THIEBEN, ABELES,LEDERER, KOHNER, KLAUBER, BONDY, SINEK, FLUSS, STIEDRY #austria-czech

Harvey Finberg <hjfinberg@...>
 

To introduce myself, I am Vera Finberg >from Fairfax, Virginia,
USA. I've been interested in genealogy since I was 8 years old and
my mother drew a family tree. I did some genealogy in the 1960's and
then dropped it to raise two children. In the early 1990's, I
discovered the joys of computer genealogy programs and have been
active ever since.

My mother's family all comes >from Bohemia. On her maternal side,
Mendel THIEBEN, my 5th ggrandfather, and his wife Anna FLUSSER are
listed in the 1793 census for the Slabce estate in the village of
Svinarov. My gggrandfather, Viktor (1825-1915) had a farm in Rousinov
(Rausinov), 3 km away. Viktor first married Sophie ABELES >from
Luchovice, daughter of Jacob ABELES and Katherine LEDERER of
Busovice. They had 5 children including my ggrandfather Heinrich
(1856-1942). After Sophie's death (abt 1870), he married Emilie
LOWENSTEIN (probably >from Tuschkau (Mesto Touskov or Kozolupy). They
moved to Austria where several children were born in villages near
Bruck a.d. Leitha. He then moved to Buscu in the Burgenland (now in
Hungary). I have now found two of Sophie's siblings in the Vienna
marriages for the 1870's, so Viktor may have migrated with kin. My
ggrandfather, Heinrich, married Marie KOHNER (1864-1931) born in
Budapest, daughter of Pauline KLAUBER and Ludwig (Lajos) KOHNER both
from Neumark (Vseruby)). Ludwig must have been related to the
Zsigmund Kohner, the Hungarian banker, as he was a witness to the
birth of a child to Zsigmund's brother. The family moved to Vienna
and Budapest in the late 1800's and many survived. I was fortunate to
obtain a family tree that was probably drawn to meet Hungarian Nazi
requirements.

My mother's paternal family, BONDY, comes >from Lipnice/Dolni Mesto,
near Humpolec. My gggrandfather, Simon Bondy married Sara SINEK
(SYNEK) >from Mlada Vozice. They lived in Votice for a while and then
moved to Dolni Mesto. Simon had no Familanten number and the civil
marriage is recorded in 1849. My ggrandfather, Lazar SYNEK
(1833-1906), married Karoline FLUSS(1845-1932) >from Pribyslau. Her
parents, David FLUSS and Elizabeth STIEDRY were >from Goltsch-Jenikau.
The family moved to Vienna about 1875 and Lazar officially took the
name BONDY in 1905. Vienna (wills, probate documents, birth,
marriages death and military records have been instrumental in
learning about the family. I have written a book about my BONDY
family, which is not so far related to several other Bondy families.

Vera Finberg
Fairfax, Virginia, USA
THIEBEN, - Svinarov, Rousinov, Budapest
ABELES - Luchovice
LEDERER - Busovice
KOHNER, KLAUBER - Vseruby, Budapest, Vienna
BONDY, - Lipnice/Dolni Mesto, Vienna
SINEK - Mlada Vozice, FLUSS - Pribyslau, STIEDRY - Goltsch-Jenikau


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech THIEBEN, ABELES,LEDERER, KOHNER, KLAUBER, BONDY, SINEK, FLUSS, STIEDRY #austria-czech

Harvey Finberg <hjfinberg@...>
 

To introduce myself, I am Vera Finberg >from Fairfax, Virginia,
USA. I've been interested in genealogy since I was 8 years old and
my mother drew a family tree. I did some genealogy in the 1960's and
then dropped it to raise two children. In the early 1990's, I
discovered the joys of computer genealogy programs and have been
active ever since.

My mother's family all comes >from Bohemia. On her maternal side,
Mendel THIEBEN, my 5th ggrandfather, and his wife Anna FLUSSER are
listed in the 1793 census for the Slabce estate in the village of
Svinarov. My gggrandfather, Viktor (1825-1915) had a farm in Rousinov
(Rausinov), 3 km away. Viktor first married Sophie ABELES >from
Luchovice, daughter of Jacob ABELES and Katherine LEDERER of
Busovice. They had 5 children including my ggrandfather Heinrich
(1856-1942). After Sophie's death (abt 1870), he married Emilie
LOWENSTEIN (probably >from Tuschkau (Mesto Touskov or Kozolupy). They
moved to Austria where several children were born in villages near
Bruck a.d. Leitha. He then moved to Buscu in the Burgenland (now in
Hungary). I have now found two of Sophie's siblings in the Vienna
marriages for the 1870's, so Viktor may have migrated with kin. My
ggrandfather, Heinrich, married Marie KOHNER (1864-1931) born in
Budapest, daughter of Pauline KLAUBER and Ludwig (Lajos) KOHNER both
from Neumark (Vseruby)). Ludwig must have been related to the
Zsigmund Kohner, the Hungarian banker, as he was a witness to the
birth of a child to Zsigmund's brother. The family moved to Vienna
and Budapest in the late 1800's and many survived. I was fortunate to
obtain a family tree that was probably drawn to meet Hungarian Nazi
requirements.

My mother's paternal family, BONDY, comes >from Lipnice/Dolni Mesto,
near Humpolec. My gggrandfather, Simon Bondy married Sara SINEK
(SYNEK) >from Mlada Vozice. They lived in Votice for a while and then
moved to Dolni Mesto. Simon had no Familanten number and the civil
marriage is recorded in 1849. My ggrandfather, Lazar SYNEK
(1833-1906), married Karoline FLUSS(1845-1932) >from Pribyslau. Her
parents, David FLUSS and Elizabeth STIEDRY were >from Goltsch-Jenikau.
The family moved to Vienna about 1875 and Lazar officially took the
name BONDY in 1905. Vienna (wills, probate documents, birth,
marriages death and military records have been instrumental in
learning about the family. I have written a book about my BONDY
family, which is not so far related to several other Bondy families.

Vera Finberg
Fairfax, Virginia, USA
THIEBEN, - Svinarov, Rousinov, Budapest
ABELES - Luchovice
LEDERER - Busovice
KOHNER, KLAUBER - Vseruby, Budapest, Vienna
BONDY, - Lipnice/Dolni Mesto, Vienna
SINEK - Mlada Vozice, FLUSS - Pribyslau, STIEDRY - Goltsch-Jenikau