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Castle Garden site #general

Judith Lipmanson <lipmanson@...>
 

The new Castle Garden web site is going live on August 1. It supposedly
will have a free searchable database for arrivals to this country in the
period 1820-1892 in NY.

They are accepting requests now for notification when the database is live.

Sounds like a good resource.

http://castlegarden.org

Judith Lipmanson


Morris OCHERT #general

A. E. Jordan
 

I am trying to contact Morris Ochert of Australia. If anyone knows how
I can get in touch wtih him -- or if he is reading this -- please
contact me as I would like to have a discussion about an article he
wrote for the AJHSJ about a branch of my family. The article was
caleld The Blumbergs of Blumbergville.

Thank you.

Allan Jordan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Castle Garden site #general

Judith Lipmanson <lipmanson@...>
 

The new Castle Garden web site is going live on August 1. It supposedly
will have a free searchable database for arrivals to this country in the
period 1820-1892 in NY.

They are accepting requests now for notification when the database is live.

Sounds like a good resource.

http://castlegarden.org

Judith Lipmanson


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Morris OCHERT #general

A. E. Jordan
 

I am trying to contact Morris Ochert of Australia. If anyone knows how
I can get in touch wtih him -- or if he is reading this -- please
contact me as I would like to have a discussion about an article he
wrote for the AJHSJ about a branch of my family. The article was
caleld The Blumbergs of Blumbergville.

Thank you.

Allan Jordan


Re: Introduction -- PRINCE family #general

pwrzosin@...
 

In Polish "Prince" is "Ksiaze" (Ksiaze if you have Polish signs) and
you probably cannot say it (actually almost only Polish can) - but try
something like: khsh'onshe with "e" like in "bed".
On the opther hand if the Prince is the English transcription of the
prononuciation of the orginal Polish name, you can look for "Prinz",
"Prins", or even "Plins". "Prinz" seems to be most realistic,
especially if your family came >from the western part of Poland
--
Piotr Wrzosinski


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Introduction -- PRINCE family #general

pwrzosin@...
 

In Polish "Prince" is "Ksiaze" (Ksiaze if you have Polish signs) and
you probably cannot say it (actually almost only Polish can) - but try
something like: khsh'onshe with "e" like in "bed".
On the opther hand if the Prince is the English transcription of the
prononuciation of the orginal Polish name, you can look for "Prinz",
"Prins", or even "Plins". "Prinz" seems to be most realistic,
especially if your family came >from the western part of Poland
--
Piotr Wrzosinski


KUSHER decendent #general

Shari Kantrow
 

Hello all,
I am writing in the hopes that one of you may know
my cousin Debbie b. abt 1956. Her parents were
divorced, and her mom's name was Barbara KUSHER. She
was raised mostly by her grandma Irene SCHWARTZ KUSHER
and Sol KUSHER in Brooklyn, NY (Coney Island section).
Our family has lost contact with her and would love to
hear >from her. Again I appreciate all you do.
Regards,
Shari Kantrow
Bloomfield, NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KUSHER decendent #general

Shari Kantrow
 

Hello all,
I am writing in the hopes that one of you may know
my cousin Debbie b. abt 1956. Her parents were
divorced, and her mom's name was Barbara KUSHER. She
was raised mostly by her grandma Irene SCHWARTZ KUSHER
and Sol KUSHER in Brooklyn, NY (Coney Island section).
Our family has lost contact with her and would love to
hear >from her. Again I appreciate all you do.
Regards,
Shari Kantrow
Bloomfield, NJ


Dawes Road (Scarborough, Ontario) Cemetery Visit #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Is anyone planning a visit to the Dawes Road Cemetery in Scarborough,
Ontario? I need information on two graves that I have some details of
and I was hoping that someone might be visiting the cemetery and could
check the records/stones for me.

If you can, please contact me directly and I can give you the details
on the graves.

I would be happy to trade some database research in New York, plus
cover basic costs.

Thank you.

Allan Jordan
aejordan@aol.com


Searching BENUSIGLIO family #general

Jack L Weinstein
 

I am searching for the BENUSIGLIO family >from Paris, France. Family
names are Fanny, Maurice, Catherine and Jon Pierre. In 1965 they lived
at XX Rue Raffet, 75 Paris XVI, France. Please respond privately.

Jack L WEINSTEIN
E-Mail: jwtv@juno.com - Phila., Pa. USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Dawes Road (Scarborough, Ontario) Cemetery Visit #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Is anyone planning a visit to the Dawes Road Cemetery in Scarborough,
Ontario? I need information on two graves that I have some details of
and I was hoping that someone might be visiting the cemetery and could
check the records/stones for me.

If you can, please contact me directly and I can give you the details
on the graves.

I would be happy to trade some database research in New York, plus
cover basic costs.

Thank you.

Allan Jordan
aejordan@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching BENUSIGLIO family #general

Jack L Weinstein
 

I am searching for the BENUSIGLIO family >from Paris, France. Family
names are Fanny, Maurice, Catherine and Jon Pierre. In 1965 they lived
at XX Rue Raffet, 75 Paris XVI, France. Please respond privately.

Jack L WEINSTEIN
E-Mail: jwtv@juno.com - Phila., Pa. USA


Searching WEINBERGER family Vienna Austria #general

Leslie Weinberg <artsoul@...>
 

I am posting this on behalf of Rabbi Erwin WEINBERGER, who lives in
Queens, NY, who is searching information on his family. His father,
David Weinberger died in Vienna, Austria in 1934 and is buried there.
His grandfather, Marcus Weinberger, possibly a tailor by trade, was
married to a woman whose maiden name was POLLACK, He had an Uncle
Miklos who he believes dealt in leather goods. He also had two aunts,
Kotica, and Rogi. Rogi had a daughter named Boshke.

Rabbi Weinberger's father married his mother in Oberwarth, Austria, in
1923. Rabbi Weinberger says his father was a great scholar, and was
highly respected in the Jewish Community where he lived.

If anyone has any information about this family, please let me know,
Rabbi Weinberger is extremely anxious to find records for any family
member he can.

Than you, Leslie Weinberg


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching WEINBERGER family Vienna Austria #general

Leslie Weinberg <artsoul@...>
 

I am posting this on behalf of Rabbi Erwin WEINBERGER, who lives in
Queens, NY, who is searching information on his family. His father,
David Weinberger died in Vienna, Austria in 1934 and is buried there.
His grandfather, Marcus Weinberger, possibly a tailor by trade, was
married to a woman whose maiden name was POLLACK, He had an Uncle
Miklos who he believes dealt in leather goods. He also had two aunts,
Kotica, and Rogi. Rogi had a daughter named Boshke.

Rabbi Weinberger's father married his mother in Oberwarth, Austria, in
1923. Rabbi Weinberger says his father was a great scholar, and was
highly respected in the Jewish Community where he lived.

If anyone has any information about this family, please let me know,
Rabbi Weinberger is extremely anxious to find records for any family
member he can.

Than you, Leslie Weinberg


FINKELSTEIN #germany

Kruveet k <kruveet@...>
 

Hi
I am looking for information about Isaac FINKELSTEIN who emigrated
with his wife Miriam >from Sprenglingen, Germany on 29.5.1937 to
Bloomfield NJ. I don't really have much information about him except
that.
I would be happy to get any information or clues as in how to find
marriage documents >from Germany (marriage registration, or perhaps
even a Ktooba), emigration papers (USA), anything >from the time he
lived in America, and burial information. Thanx

Chagit Finkelstein Jerusalem, Israel <kruveet@gmail.com>


German SIG #Germany FINKELSTEIN #germany

Kruveet k <kruveet@...>
 

Hi
I am looking for information about Isaac FINKELSTEIN who emigrated
with his wife Miriam >from Sprenglingen, Germany on 29.5.1937 to
Bloomfield NJ. I don't really have much information about him except
that.
I would be happy to get any information or clues as in how to find
marriage documents >from Germany (marriage registration, or perhaps
even a Ktooba), emigration papers (USA), anything >from the time he
lived in America, and burial information. Thanx

Chagit Finkelstein Jerusalem, Israel <kruveet@gmail.com>


MANNHEIMER-family from Frankfurt #germany

Nelly Marksitzer <marksitzer@...>
 

Dear friends
I am searching for information about Adelheid MANNHEIMER-ODENHEIMER , Place
of Birth: Emmendingen in 1836. She moved to Frankfurt and married there. She
died 20.04.1904 .Place of burial: Frankfurt. I don't know the first name of
her husband and if she had children. She was the sister of my grgrfather
Bernhard Odenheimer >from Emmendingen.

Can anyone help me where I can find information about her? Thank you all

Nelly Marksitzer, Zurich, Switzerland marksitzer@freesurf.ch


German SIG #Germany MANNHEIMER-family from Frankfurt #germany

Nelly Marksitzer <marksitzer@...>
 

Dear friends
I am searching for information about Adelheid MANNHEIMER-ODENHEIMER , Place
of Birth: Emmendingen in 1836. She moved to Frankfurt and married there. She
died 20.04.1904 .Place of burial: Frankfurt. I don't know the first name of
her husband and if she had children. She was the sister of my grgrfather
Bernhard Odenheimer >from Emmendingen.

Can anyone help me where I can find information about her? Thank you all

Nelly Marksitzer, Zurich, Switzerland marksitzer@freesurf.ch


Searching for records of soldiers in the Franco-Prussian War #germany

Rubin, Michael <mrubin@...>
 

I have the exact brigade/regiment for an ancestor in the Franco-Prussian
War. Does anyone know how to locate records of soldiers who were in the
German army in 1871? Thanks.

Michael Rubin Newton, MA USA <mrubin@sonusnet.com>


German SIG #Germany Searching for records of soldiers in the Franco-Prussian War #germany

Rubin, Michael <mrubin@...>
 

I have the exact brigade/regiment for an ancestor in the Franco-Prussian
War. Does anyone know how to locate records of soldiers who were in the
German army in 1871? Thanks.

Michael Rubin Newton, MA USA <mrubin@sonusnet.com>