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Re: Origins of people around the world #dna

Matteson Richard <dickmatt@...>
 

On 2005.04.14, Jeff Malka <malkajef@...> writes:

I heard on CNN about a project to determine the distant origins
of peoples around the world using DNA. Are you involved in this
world-wide project and would it provide useful additional data to
the genealogical DNA research you do?
You bet!! Y-DNA and mtDNA analysis plus matching up persons of the
same or very similar genetic structure can nearly break open knotty
paper data "brick walls!"

I found an exact match person for my mother's mtDNA which I carry a
copy of along with my own Y--DNA. That lady and I have gone back
mother to mother to North Sweden where they apparently had lived in
about 1760- before my mother's branch came to the US in about 1770.
The daughter in that family was my great to the 3rd grandmother, the
matching lady's great grandmother came to the US about 1840. The
thing was, in the beginning we were so puzzled because our shared
mtDNA had been researched to having "beginning " in Central/North
**Finland**. The town in North Sweden was made up of many
**Finnish** families that had come to Sweden as iron and steel
workers in the early 1500s!! Almost an unreal association, for my
great to the 3rd grandmother was married in SC in 1808 and appeared
then to be an old SC family type.

I also discovered that my father - a first generation Swede in the
US - has been traced back to the water, in this case, the Bering
Sea, and there were two families, each headed by an Eric Ericson in
1690 in the very same town in North Sweden as above - Kopperburg!!
My Y-DNA said that I was of **Finnish** stock. I told my cousin in
Sweden, and he marvelled, that now we know that it was the Finnish
Eric Ericson that were should now follow!! Stunning help >from the
genes!

Also, I have found other near matches of my Y-DNA that show that my
gene array is also held by at least 60 percent of several isolated
Siberian tribes and one Jew of Polish ancestry. There are now hints
that my gene descent may well have come through the migration path
from the Eastern Mediterranean along the Altai mountains to the far
northeast of Siberia, went across the Bering Straits probably around
30,000 years ago and left genes there but returned to Siberia and
gradually went northwest through what is now Russia to central
Finland as the glaciers retreated in about 9,000 year ago.
Eventually the genes came to me >from there...

Much of this is conjecture, of course, but facts are there also! My
wife's mtDNA study was equally enlightening ... but I must defer to
the late hour....

Dick Matteson College Park, MD


Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, # 81 #france

Ernest Kallmann
 

This is the summary of our Revue, issue 81, just off the press.

Families

AARON WORMS (1640 - 1722), Rabbi in Metz, is known through “Memoriaux
Alsaciens” by Moise Ginsburger and through entry # 839 in the Metz
Memorbuch. Pascal Faustini describes Aaron Worms’ family and origin in
Metz and Worms, based on unknown documents he has found in Metz Notary
deeds. He concentrates on his grandfather, ABRAHAM ABERLE LANDAU, Dayan
and parnass in Worms. Several namesakes had been mixed up, the confusion
being repeated without check-up by genealogists. Faustini applies the
same process to SARA BALLIN, Aaron’s wife, whose family tree he
publishes, based on 17th century sources.(p. 3)

The origin of a Parisian family: the Lehmann. (p. 10)

J.B. has recently unearthed documents about the couple SIMON LEHMANN -
MINETTE MEYER and now shows their ancestral line. They lived in
Sarreguemines at the end of the 18th century and begot a large family of
bankers and high government officers. Simon’s ancestors are traced back
to the village of Romanswiller around 1700 while Minette’s are Court
Jews to the Lords of Hessen-Darmstadt and the Palatinate.

The Jews in Einville during the 19th century.(p. 19)

Einville is a small town near Luneville in Lorraine which has suffered a
lot during the 18th century: plague, famine, arson (mainly by the
French). Einville really started to prosper only in the early 19th
century. Francoise Job scrutinizes the specificities and evolution of
its Jewish families and establishes their detailed genealogy.

Miscellaneous

Georges Graner, our webmaster, statistically analyzes the
Questions/Answers section of our website. (p. 28)

A family meeting in Jerusalem in December 2004 has been initiated by
Lyse Schwarzfuchs for the descendants of Rabbi LEOPOLD CAHN and his wife
LEONORE PERLE WEIL. Eliane Roos-Schuhl, with Jean-Francois Hurstel
assisting, reports about the work performed.(p. 30)

In November 2004 Pierre Katz has devoted a lecture at the Alsace local
group of our Cercle to a problem often encountered when practicing
Jewish genealogy: not to rely only on patronymics. A family belonging to
the Schwenheim community exemplifies the case. (p. 35).


Ernest Kallmann
Cercle de Genealogie Juive, Paris, France
e-mail : secretariat@...
website : www.genealoj.org (in French and English)


DNA Research #DNA Re: Origins of people around the world #dna

Matteson Richard <dickmatt@...>
 

On 2005.04.14, Jeff Malka <malkajef@...> writes:

I heard on CNN about a project to determine the distant origins
of peoples around the world using DNA. Are you involved in this
world-wide project and would it provide useful additional data to
the genealogical DNA research you do?
You bet!! Y-DNA and mtDNA analysis plus matching up persons of the
same or very similar genetic structure can nearly break open knotty
paper data "brick walls!"

I found an exact match person for my mother's mtDNA which I carry a
copy of along with my own Y--DNA. That lady and I have gone back
mother to mother to North Sweden where they apparently had lived in
about 1760- before my mother's branch came to the US in about 1770.
The daughter in that family was my great to the 3rd grandmother, the
matching lady's great grandmother came to the US about 1840. The
thing was, in the beginning we were so puzzled because our shared
mtDNA had been researched to having "beginning " in Central/North
**Finland**. The town in North Sweden was made up of many
**Finnish** families that had come to Sweden as iron and steel
workers in the early 1500s!! Almost an unreal association, for my
great to the 3rd grandmother was married in SC in 1808 and appeared
then to be an old SC family type.

I also discovered that my father - a first generation Swede in the
US - has been traced back to the water, in this case, the Bering
Sea, and there were two families, each headed by an Eric Ericson in
1690 in the very same town in North Sweden as above - Kopperburg!!
My Y-DNA said that I was of **Finnish** stock. I told my cousin in
Sweden, and he marvelled, that now we know that it was the Finnish
Eric Ericson that were should now follow!! Stunning help >from the
genes!

Also, I have found other near matches of my Y-DNA that show that my
gene array is also held by at least 60 percent of several isolated
Siberian tribes and one Jew of Polish ancestry. There are now hints
that my gene descent may well have come through the migration path
from the Eastern Mediterranean along the Altai mountains to the far
northeast of Siberia, went across the Bering Straits probably around
30,000 years ago and left genes there but returned to Siberia and
gradually went northwest through what is now Russia to central
Finland as the glaciers retreated in about 9,000 year ago.
Eventually the genes came to me >from there...

Much of this is conjecture, of course, but facts are there also! My
wife's mtDNA study was equally enlightening ... but I must defer to
the late hour....

Dick Matteson College Park, MD


French SIG #France Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, # 81 #france

Ernest Kallmann
 

This is the summary of our Revue, issue 81, just off the press.

Families

AARON WORMS (1640 - 1722), Rabbi in Metz, is known through “Memoriaux
Alsaciens” by Moise Ginsburger and through entry # 839 in the Metz
Memorbuch. Pascal Faustini describes Aaron Worms’ family and origin in
Metz and Worms, based on unknown documents he has found in Metz Notary
deeds. He concentrates on his grandfather, ABRAHAM ABERLE LANDAU, Dayan
and parnass in Worms. Several namesakes had been mixed up, the confusion
being repeated without check-up by genealogists. Faustini applies the
same process to SARA BALLIN, Aaron’s wife, whose family tree he
publishes, based on 17th century sources.(p. 3)

The origin of a Parisian family: the Lehmann. (p. 10)

J.B. has recently unearthed documents about the couple SIMON LEHMANN -
MINETTE MEYER and now shows their ancestral line. They lived in
Sarreguemines at the end of the 18th century and begot a large family of
bankers and high government officers. Simon’s ancestors are traced back
to the village of Romanswiller around 1700 while Minette’s are Court
Jews to the Lords of Hessen-Darmstadt and the Palatinate.

The Jews in Einville during the 19th century.(p. 19)

Einville is a small town near Luneville in Lorraine which has suffered a
lot during the 18th century: plague, famine, arson (mainly by the
French). Einville really started to prosper only in the early 19th
century. Francoise Job scrutinizes the specificities and evolution of
its Jewish families and establishes their detailed genealogy.

Miscellaneous

Georges Graner, our webmaster, statistically analyzes the
Questions/Answers section of our website. (p. 28)

A family meeting in Jerusalem in December 2004 has been initiated by
Lyse Schwarzfuchs for the descendants of Rabbi LEOPOLD CAHN and his wife
LEONORE PERLE WEIL. Eliane Roos-Schuhl, with Jean-Francois Hurstel
assisting, reports about the work performed.(p. 30)

In November 2004 Pierre Katz has devoted a lecture at the Alsace local
group of our Cercle to a problem often encountered when practicing
Jewish genealogy: not to rely only on patronymics. A family belonging to
the Schwenheim community exemplifies the case. (p. 35).


Ernest Kallmann
Cercle de Genealogie Juive, Paris, France
e-mail : secretariat@...
website : www.genealoj.org (in French and English)


UK Times #unitedkingdom

Marcia Devries <marciadv@...>
 

Sylvia, I want to add my thanks to your instructions of how to get into the
UK Times archive.

I typed in my mother's maiden name (BRAUER), not expecting to find anything.
Imagine my surprise when one of the hits was an article listed under "The
Police Courts", in the Oct. 17, 1906 issue. It was an article entitled
"Illicit Still", and described how my grandfather (Israel BRAUER) and his
friend were charged and found guilty of manufacturing illicit spirits. They
were each fined £75 and £5 5s. costs, "or in default two months' hard
labour".

I know the family was very poor, living in the East End. £75 seems like a
very large sum of money for those days. What would be the equivalent today?
I wonder if they actually paid or did the "hard labour"?

My mother died many years ago (she would have been about 5 years old at that
time), but my children and I are enjoying reading about my wayward
grandfather.

Marcia Katzel DeVries
Concord, California (San Francisco area)
marciadv@...

Searching:
BRAUER, BOOKATZ, KATZEL all originally >from Russia/Lithuania


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom UK Times #unitedkingdom

Marcia Devries <marciadv@...>
 

Sylvia, I want to add my thanks to your instructions of how to get into the
UK Times archive.

I typed in my mother's maiden name (BRAUER), not expecting to find anything.
Imagine my surprise when one of the hits was an article listed under "The
Police Courts", in the Oct. 17, 1906 issue. It was an article entitled
"Illicit Still", and described how my grandfather (Israel BRAUER) and his
friend were charged and found guilty of manufacturing illicit spirits. They
were each fined £75 and £5 5s. costs, "or in default two months' hard
labour".

I know the family was very poor, living in the East End. £75 seems like a
very large sum of money for those days. What would be the equivalent today?
I wonder if they actually paid or did the "hard labour"?

My mother died many years ago (she would have been about 5 years old at that
time), but my children and I are enjoying reading about my wayward
grandfather.

Marcia Katzel DeVries
Concord, California (San Francisco area)
marciadv@...

Searching:
BRAUER, BOOKATZ, KATZEL all originally >from Russia/Lithuania


Re: Klein (and variants of this surname) #ciechanow #poland

Stish <mast@...>
 

There is a Klein family (His name was Harry) that were active for years in
the New York Chechanover (sic) society. His wife is buried in Old Montifiore
Cemetary in Queens NY in the Chechonover section. His family was fron
Ciechanow.

Stan Tishler

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Hello fellow Ciechanow researchers

My Ciechanow ancestors arrived in London in the early 1890s and used the
surname
KLEIN. I'm almost 100% certain they were natives of Ciechanow as I have
many
records >from the UK and Australia in which they indicated that this was
their home
town. I've searched the JRI-Poland for Kleins in Ciechanow in the period
1860-1880
and nearby areas without any success, but I've noticed that the surname
KLEIN/KLEJN/KLAJN on its own does not appear very frequently in Ciechanow,
whereas names such as KLEJNIUD, KLEJNMAN, KLEINIEC, KLEJNOD,
KLAJNHAUS, etc are well represented.

I was wondering if anyone has examples of their Ciechanow ancestors
shortening their
longer Klein*** surnames to Klein?

Regards
Simon
Melbourne, Australia

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#Ciechanow #Poland Re: Klein (and variants of this surname) #ciechanow #poland

Stish <mast@...>
 

There is a Klein family (His name was Harry) that were active for years in
the New York Chechanover (sic) society. His wife is buried in Old Montifiore
Cemetary in Queens NY in the Chechonover section. His family was fron
Ciechanow.

Stan Tishler

----- Original Message -----
From: <siroli@...>
To: "Ciechanow Research Group" <ciechanow@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 14, 2005 7:30 PM
Subject: Klein (and variants of this surname)


This list is supported by JewishGen. Please show
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Hello fellow Ciechanow researchers

My Ciechanow ancestors arrived in London in the early 1890s and used the
surname
KLEIN. I'm almost 100% certain they were natives of Ciechanow as I have
many
records >from the UK and Australia in which they indicated that this was
their home
town. I've searched the JRI-Poland for Kleins in Ciechanow in the period
1860-1880
and nearby areas without any success, but I've noticed that the surname
KLEIN/KLEJN/KLAJN on its own does not appear very frequently in Ciechanow,
whereas names such as KLEJNIUD, KLEJNMAN, KLEINIEC, KLEJNOD,
KLAJNHAUS, etc are well represented.

I was wondering if anyone has examples of their Ciechanow ancestors
shortening their
longer Klein*** surnames to Klein?

Regards
Simon
Melbourne, Australia

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"missing" Chicago Waldheim grave #general

Ruth Hyman <ruth.hyman@...>
 

Dear Genners:
I hope someone can help me. I believe I finally have the death
certificate for my great aunt, Sarah SAGER (spelled SEGER-thus my
difficulty finding the certificate). She died in 1896 and is buried in
"Waldheim". The death certificate is very primitive (no husban'ds or
parents' names), and I need her Hebrew name to make sure she is really
min., I have called Jewish Waldheim, Forest Home, and Silverman & Weiss
with no luck. Supposedly S & W and jewish Waldheim (gates 9 and 11)
have looked at paper records too. I hope someone can help me find my
mystery woman!
Thanks,
Ruth Hyman
Rockville Centre, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen "missing" Chicago Waldheim grave #general

Ruth Hyman <ruth.hyman@...>
 

Dear Genners:
I hope someone can help me. I believe I finally have the death
certificate for my great aunt, Sarah SAGER (spelled SEGER-thus my
difficulty finding the certificate). She died in 1896 and is buried in
"Waldheim". The death certificate is very primitive (no husban'ds or
parents' names), and I need her Hebrew name to make sure she is really
min., I have called Jewish Waldheim, Forest Home, and Silverman & Weiss
with no luck. Supposedly S & W and jewish Waldheim (gates 9 and 11)
have looked at paper records too. I hope someone can help me find my
mystery woman!
Thanks,
Ruth Hyman
Rockville Centre, NY


GREENBERGs from Latvia #general

Sandra Yoder
 

I have found further info regarding my gmother's family and would love to
hear >from those who are descendants. I have already written to specific
people who listed Greenberg on the search page.
My gmother was Esther GREENBERG who arrived in the US in 1900. She was
married to Joseph PRESSMAN and came >from Liepaja, Courland Province, Latvia.
Her father, Aaron, was a rabbi in that province, married to Pauline (LEVINE).
My gmother's siblings who came to the US are:
Louis - married to Rosie
Sophi - married to Samuel CHERIGOFF
Rebecca - married to Louis HIRSCHHORN
Dora - married to Moses SLAWITH
If anyone is related or knows of someone, please write to me.
Thank you.
Sandra Yoder
Goshen IN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen GREENBERGs from Latvia #general

Sandra Yoder
 

I have found further info regarding my gmother's family and would love to
hear >from those who are descendants. I have already written to specific
people who listed Greenberg on the search page.
My gmother was Esther GREENBERG who arrived in the US in 1900. She was
married to Joseph PRESSMAN and came >from Liepaja, Courland Province, Latvia.
Her father, Aaron, was a rabbi in that province, married to Pauline (LEVINE).
My gmother's siblings who came to the US are:
Louis - married to Rosie
Sophi - married to Samuel CHERIGOFF
Rebecca - married to Louis HIRSCHHORN
Dora - married to Moses SLAWITH
If anyone is related or knows of someone, please write to me.
Thank you.
Sandra Yoder
Goshen IN


Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, # 81 #general

Ernest Kallmann
 

This is the summary of our Revue, issue 81, just off the press.

Families

Aaron WORMS (1640 - 1722), Rabbi in Metz, is known through "Memoriaux
Alsaciens" by Moise Ginsburger and through entry # 839 in the Metz
Memorbuch. Pascal Faustini describes Aaron Worms’ family and origin in
Metz and Worms, based on unknown documents he has found in Metz Notary
deeds. He concentrates on his grandfather, Abraham Aberle LANDAU, Dayan
and parnass in Worms. Several namesakes had been mixed up, the confusion
being repeated without check-up by genealogists. Faustini applies the
same process to Sara BALLIN, Aaron’s wife, whose family tree he
publishes, based on 17th century sources.(p. 3)

The origin of a Parisian family: the Lehmann. (p. 10)

J.B. has recently unearthed documents about the couple Simon LEHMANN -
MINETTE MEYER and now shows their ancestral line. They lived in
Sarreguemines at the end of the 18th century and begot a large family of
bankers and high government officers. Simon’s ancestors are traced back
to the village of Romanswiller around 1700 while Minette’s are Court
Jews to the Lords of Hessen-Darmstadt and the Palatinate.

The Jews in Einville during the 19th century.(p. 19)

Einville is a small town near Luneville in Lorraine which has suffered a
lot during the 18th century: plague, famine, arson (mainly by the
French). Einville really started to prosper only in the early 19th
century. Francoise Job scrutinizes the specificities and evolution of
its Jewish families and establishes their detailed genealogy.

Miscellaneous

Georges Graner, our webmaster, statistically analyzes the
Questions/Answers section of our website. (p. 28)

A family meeting in Jerusalem in December 2004 has been initiated by
Lyse Schwarzfuchs for the descendants of Rabbi Leopold CAHN and his wife
Leonore Perle WEIL. Eliane Roos-Schuhl, with Jean-Francois Hurstel
assisting, reports about the work performed.(p. 30)

In November 2004 Pierre Katz has devoted a lecture at the Alsace local
group of our Cercle to a problem often encountered when practicing
Jewish genealogy: not to rely only on patronymics. A family belonging to
the Schwenheim community exemplifies the case. (p. 35).


Ernest Kallmann
Cercle de Genealogie Juive, Paris, France
e-mail : secretariat@...
website : www.genealoj.org (in French and English)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, # 81 #general

Ernest Kallmann
 

This is the summary of our Revue, issue 81, just off the press.

Families

Aaron WORMS (1640 - 1722), Rabbi in Metz, is known through "Memoriaux
Alsaciens" by Moise Ginsburger and through entry # 839 in the Metz
Memorbuch. Pascal Faustini describes Aaron Worms’ family and origin in
Metz and Worms, based on unknown documents he has found in Metz Notary
deeds. He concentrates on his grandfather, Abraham Aberle LANDAU, Dayan
and parnass in Worms. Several namesakes had been mixed up, the confusion
being repeated without check-up by genealogists. Faustini applies the
same process to Sara BALLIN, Aaron’s wife, whose family tree he
publishes, based on 17th century sources.(p. 3)

The origin of a Parisian family: the Lehmann. (p. 10)

J.B. has recently unearthed documents about the couple Simon LEHMANN -
MINETTE MEYER and now shows their ancestral line. They lived in
Sarreguemines at the end of the 18th century and begot a large family of
bankers and high government officers. Simon’s ancestors are traced back
to the village of Romanswiller around 1700 while Minette’s are Court
Jews to the Lords of Hessen-Darmstadt and the Palatinate.

The Jews in Einville during the 19th century.(p. 19)

Einville is a small town near Luneville in Lorraine which has suffered a
lot during the 18th century: plague, famine, arson (mainly by the
French). Einville really started to prosper only in the early 19th
century. Francoise Job scrutinizes the specificities and evolution of
its Jewish families and establishes their detailed genealogy.

Miscellaneous

Georges Graner, our webmaster, statistically analyzes the
Questions/Answers section of our website. (p. 28)

A family meeting in Jerusalem in December 2004 has been initiated by
Lyse Schwarzfuchs for the descendants of Rabbi Leopold CAHN and his wife
Leonore Perle WEIL. Eliane Roos-Schuhl, with Jean-Francois Hurstel
assisting, reports about the work performed.(p. 30)

In November 2004 Pierre Katz has devoted a lecture at the Alsace local
group of our Cercle to a problem often encountered when practicing
Jewish genealogy: not to rely only on patronymics. A family belonging to
the Schwenheim community exemplifies the case. (p. 35).


Ernest Kallmann
Cercle de Genealogie Juive, Paris, France
e-mail : secretariat@...
website : www.genealoj.org (in French and English)


A Jew from Romania in the Spanish American War ? #general

Arnold Samlan
 

I am researching a rather strange story my father told me about my
grandfather: That my great-grandfather fought and died in the Spanish American
War.

Is there any reason to believe that a Jew >from Romania would somehow end up
in that war?

Are there lists of those killed in the Spanish American war? On either
side?


Arnold D. Samlan
West Hempstead, NY

Researching: SAMLAN (Chicago, Hamilton Ony., Montreal, Romania), SHENKER
(Montreal, England), KOOPERMAN/COOPERMAN/KUPERMAN (Yarun/Yarin), BRODER/BROTHER
(Hirchirki ?, HirkiI?)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen A Jew from Romania in the Spanish American War ? #general

Arnold Samlan
 

I am researching a rather strange story my father told me about my
grandfather: That my great-grandfather fought and died in the Spanish American
War.

Is there any reason to believe that a Jew >from Romania would somehow end up
in that war?

Are there lists of those killed in the Spanish American war? On either
side?


Arnold D. Samlan
West Hempstead, NY

Researching: SAMLAN (Chicago, Hamilton Ony., Montreal, Romania), SHENKER
(Montreal, England), KOOPERMAN/COOPERMAN/KUPERMAN (Yarun/Yarin), BRODER/BROTHER
(Hirchirki ?, HirkiI?)


Translation of Great Grandfather's Birth Record (ViewMate 5910 and 5911) #romania

Paul A. Auerbach
 

Genners,

Thanks to the many kind people who have already responded to my original
posting. Based on the responses I've received >from several of you, it
appears that the document I've posted on ViewMate relates to someone named
Israel Averbukh, not my great grandfather, Mordka Averbukh. I've submitted
a new document request to the Family History Library in Utah and will post
the correct record after I receive it.

Thanks again and sorry for any inconvenience.

Paul Auerbach
Boston, Massachusetts

Researching:

ARONSON (Podolia (Gubernia), Ukraine), AUERBACH / AVERBUKH (Chisinau, =
Moldova)BENJAMIN (Ostroleka, Poland), CHAKUM (Maisiagala / Vilnius, Lithuania)
KAPLAN (Minsk, Belarus), LEVINE (Vilnius, Lithuania)MINKIN (Vitebsk (Gubernia)/
Pinsk, Belarus), NEEDLE / NUDELL (Odessa,Ukraine)
PELICAN / PELIKAN (London, England / Krakow, Poland), ROSENLICHT =
(Krakow, Poland)TAFFET / (Krakow, Poland)


Romania SIG #Romania Translation of Great Grandfather's Birth Record (ViewMate 5910 and 5911) #romania

Paul A. Auerbach
 

Genners,

Thanks to the many kind people who have already responded to my original
posting. Based on the responses I've received >from several of you, it
appears that the document I've posted on ViewMate relates to someone named
Israel Averbukh, not my great grandfather, Mordka Averbukh. I've submitted
a new document request to the Family History Library in Utah and will post
the correct record after I receive it.

Thanks again and sorry for any inconvenience.

Paul Auerbach
Boston, Massachusetts

Researching:

ARONSON (Podolia (Gubernia), Ukraine), AUERBACH / AVERBUKH (Chisinau, =
Moldova)BENJAMIN (Ostroleka, Poland), CHAKUM (Maisiagala / Vilnius, Lithuania)
KAPLAN (Minsk, Belarus), LEVINE (Vilnius, Lithuania)MINKIN (Vitebsk (Gubernia)/
Pinsk, Belarus), NEEDLE / NUDELL (Odessa,Ukraine)
PELICAN / PELIKAN (London, England / Krakow, Poland), ROSENLICHT =
(Krakow, Poland)TAFFET / (Krakow, Poland)


Help in Buenos Aires #general

micha-f@...
 

Shalom,
Can someone who is living in the area of Buenos Aires, Argentina, contact me
privately please, to help me in searching and obtaining a death record of a
remote relative?

Many thanks,
Micha Fuhrmann
n. Haifa, ISRAEL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Help in Buenos Aires #general

micha-f@...
 

Shalom,
Can someone who is living in the area of Buenos Aires, Argentina, contact me
privately please, to help me in searching and obtaining a death record of a
remote relative?

Many thanks,
Micha Fuhrmann
n. Haifa, ISRAEL