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Polish Translation #poland

grtuckman@...
 

Dear Group,

I have posted on ViewMate the 1819 death record of Jume Fajerman and am
in need of a translation. I am at the point of many family members no
longer having surnames and information on the witnesses is very important
as they are relatives. A full translation would be very helpful for this
particular record.

It is on two pages. The direct links are:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6114

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6115

Please repond directly to me, and I thank you for your time.
Greg Tuckman
Tempe, AZ


Polish Translation: Last one #poland

grtuckman@...
 

Hello again,

I have posted on ViewMate the second half of the 1825 marriage record
of Ester AUSTERYAN and Mosiek ROZEN. Once again I am interested in any
and all the information on the witnesses, as they are all related. I just
have to figure out HOW they are related.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6116

Please respond directly to me. Again, thank you so much.
Greg Tuckman
Tempe, AZ


JRI Poland #Poland Polish Translation #poland

grtuckman@...
 

Dear Group,

I have posted on ViewMate the 1819 death record of Jume Fajerman and am
in need of a translation. I am at the point of many family members no
longer having surnames and information on the witnesses is very important
as they are relatives. A full translation would be very helpful for this
particular record.

It is on two pages. The direct links are:
http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6114

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6115

Please repond directly to me, and I thank you for your time.
Greg Tuckman
Tempe, AZ


JRI Poland #Poland Polish Translation: Last one #poland

grtuckman@...
 

Hello again,

I have posted on ViewMate the second half of the 1825 marriage record
of Ester AUSTERYAN and Mosiek ROZEN. Once again I am interested in any
and all the information on the witnesses, as they are all related. I just
have to figure out HOW they are related.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6116

Please respond directly to me. Again, thank you so much.
Greg Tuckman
Tempe, AZ


Re: Fanny SOLOMAN #romania

Lee Bothast <tsahtob@...>
 

I have had several women using the name Feige and Fanny interchangeably in
my family - this might be an option to try.

Lee Bothast
Encino, CA
KOBERT/COBERT of Kudrynce and Mielnica; COHEN of Jassy and Botosani;
BIEGELEISEN of Kalusz
----------------------------------------

From: Gayle Schlissel Riley <key2pst@pacbell.net>
Reply-To: Gayle Schlissel Riley <key2pst@pacbell.net>
To: "Romania SIG" <rom-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: [rom-sig] Fanny SOLOMAN
Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 09:57:44 -0700
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I have had no luck finding Fanny SOLOMAN on the Ellis Island database. She
would be about 20 coming >from Jassy, Romania around 1900.What other first
name might she have used? She was single and coming to marry FRUITMAN. I
did try the last name of FRUITMAN also. Advice? Please

Gayle >from San Gabriel


Romania SIG #Romania RE: Fanny SOLOMAN #romania

Lee Bothast <tsahtob@...>
 

I have had several women using the name Feige and Fanny interchangeably in
my family - this might be an option to try.

Lee Bothast
Encino, CA
KOBERT/COBERT of Kudrynce and Mielnica; COHEN of Jassy and Botosani;
BIEGELEISEN of Kalusz
----------------------------------------

From: Gayle Schlissel Riley <key2pst@pacbell.net>
Reply-To: Gayle Schlissel Riley <key2pst@pacbell.net>
To: "Romania SIG" <rom-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: [rom-sig] Fanny SOLOMAN
Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 09:57:44 -0700
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I have had no luck finding Fanny SOLOMAN on the Ellis Island database. She
would be about 20 coming >from Jassy, Romania around 1900.What other first
name might she have used? She was single and coming to marry FRUITMAN. I
did try the last name of FRUITMAN also. Advice? Please

Gayle >from San Gabriel


My upcoming trip to Lithuania. #lithuania

Susan <susan.mann@...>
 

First of all, I want to thank everyone who responded to my post for
information regarding a guide in Lithuania. All your suggestions were
very helpful.

I will be spending 3 days next week in Lithuania. Two days in Vilnius
and one day touring with my guide in Kaunas/Kovna and my ancestral town
Gudel/Godeliai (the one near Marijampole). Is there anything anyone
wants a picture of that is on my itinerary? I will be taking my digital
camera so I can email it to you when I get back the second week in June.

Please let me know. Thank you for all your suggestions.

Regards,

Susan Wolman Mann

COHEN/KAGAN - Gudel/Godelia, Kovna/Kaunas, Lithuania, Corona, NY,
GROSS - Gudel/Godeliai, Kovna/Kaunas, Lithuania,
WOLMAN - Brooklyn, NY, Newark, NJ, Albany, NY,
PALEY -Shatsk, Belarus, Albany, NY,
POLIANSKI - Kaunas, Lithuania, Corona, NY, Cherry Hill, NJ
GRISS - Podhajce/Podgaysty, Poland, Bronx, NY,
MANDELBAUM/MANN - Poland, Bronx, NY, Fair Lawn, NJ


MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately to Susan's very
generous offer.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania My upcoming trip to Lithuania. #lithuania

Susan <susan.mann@...>
 

First of all, I want to thank everyone who responded to my post for
information regarding a guide in Lithuania. All your suggestions were
very helpful.

I will be spending 3 days next week in Lithuania. Two days in Vilnius
and one day touring with my guide in Kaunas/Kovna and my ancestral town
Gudel/Godeliai (the one near Marijampole). Is there anything anyone
wants a picture of that is on my itinerary? I will be taking my digital
camera so I can email it to you when I get back the second week in June.

Please let me know. Thank you for all your suggestions.

Regards,

Susan Wolman Mann

COHEN/KAGAN - Gudel/Godelia, Kovna/Kaunas, Lithuania, Corona, NY,
GROSS - Gudel/Godeliai, Kovna/Kaunas, Lithuania,
WOLMAN - Brooklyn, NY, Newark, NJ, Albany, NY,
PALEY -Shatsk, Belarus, Albany, NY,
POLIANSKI - Kaunas, Lithuania, Corona, NY, Cherry Hill, NJ
GRISS - Podhajce/Podgaysty, Poland, Bronx, NY,
MANDELBAUM/MANN - Poland, Bronx, NY, Fair Lawn, NJ


MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately to Susan's very
generous offer.


Polish Translation Help: A few lines #poland

grtuckman@...
 

Dear Group,

I have posted on Viewmate the 1812 Birth record of Herszel Ayzemberk.
I have been able to do a translation of the document except for the
information on the witness, Wolf ROZENFARB. I am particulary interested
in his relationship to the deceased.

Here is the direct link:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6119

Please respond directly to me. Thanks for taking the time to help.

Greg Tuckman
Tempe, AZ


JRI Poland #Poland Polish Translation Help: A few lines #poland

grtuckman@...
 

Dear Group,

I have posted on Viewmate the 1812 Birth record of Herszel Ayzemberk.
I have been able to do a translation of the document except for the
information on the witness, Wolf ROZENFARB. I am particulary interested
in his relationship to the deceased.

Here is the direct link:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=6119

Please respond directly to me. Thanks for taking the time to help.

Greg Tuckman
Tempe, AZ


Re: one more last thing about courtesy -- Spam Blocker #general

Jay Cohen
 

Irene Newhouse wrote:

. *And* if you're asking for
information, turn off your spam blocker!!! I personally rather resent
having to fill out an electronic form so that someone who has asked me for
help can receive my reply. To such an extent that I won't do it any more.
Actually the better solution here would be for those with such programs
(which require individuals not in their approved list/address book to
confirm that they are people and not machines) to make sure that they have
put people like Ms. Newhouse on their approved list before emailing to them.

The solution is (usually) very easy -- just remember to add to your address
book anyone who you send an email to.

Jay Cohen <jlcohen@myadvocate.com>
(Washington DC Metro Area)
Searching: BRAUN, DOLOWICZ, FLATAU & KAC, (Grajewo, Lomza, Rajgrod,
Suwalki), KAGAN (Bialystok, Piaski, Volkovysk, Warsawa), MANDELBAUM
(Bialystok), YERSZKI, YEZERSKY (Piaski, Volkovysk), LOSHAK (Pogrebishche,
Pliskov) and KUSHNIRSKIY (Pliskov)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: one more last thing about courtesy -- Spam Blocker #general

Jay Cohen
 

Irene Newhouse wrote:

. *And* if you're asking for
information, turn off your spam blocker!!! I personally rather resent
having to fill out an electronic form so that someone who has asked me for
help can receive my reply. To such an extent that I won't do it any more.
Actually the better solution here would be for those with such programs
(which require individuals not in their approved list/address book to
confirm that they are people and not machines) to make sure that they have
put people like Ms. Newhouse on their approved list before emailing to them.

The solution is (usually) very easy -- just remember to add to your address
book anyone who you send an email to.

Jay Cohen <jlcohen@myadvocate.com>
(Washington DC Metro Area)
Searching: BRAUN, DOLOWICZ, FLATAU & KAC, (Grajewo, Lomza, Rajgrod,
Suwalki), KAGAN (Bialystok, Piaski, Volkovysk, Warsawa), MANDELBAUM
(Bialystok), YERSZKI, YEZERSKY (Piaski, Volkovysk), LOSHAK (Pogrebishche,
Pliskov) and KUSHNIRSKIY (Pliskov)


Big Thanks (was Re: The Lack of Common Courtesy...) #general

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Dear all,

This is an outstanding group. In less then 24 hours I got over two dozens of
replies to my inquiry about a tombstone engraving. Thus, a big *thanks* to
all who replied and cheers to all in this wonderful group.

Tom
--
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Big Thanks (was Re: The Lack of Common Courtesy...) #general

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Dear all,

This is an outstanding group. In less then 24 hours I got over two dozens of
replies to my inquiry about a tombstone engraving. Thus, a big *thanks* to
all who replied and cheers to all in this wonderful group.

Tom
--
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Re: Lack of Common Courtesy #general

Debbie Raff
 

I, too, had a mailing experience where I never heard >from the person, again.
In my case I acquired a book through a non-Jewish friend, which had an
entire family tree in it. It was quite an amazing one going back to the
early 1700s, I believe.

Through the JewishGen Family Finder I located a family member. I found out
that a limited number of these books had been published and this person had
a copy. I was given names of those who didn't have one.

I ended up communicating with one of the people, who was thrilled I would
sent it to him in Israel. That is the end of my story. I spent a goodly
sum of money to send the book and never heard back.

My hope is that it arrived safely, which was the goal in the first place.
It would have been nice to have been thanked or an offer of reimbursement
given (I would have declined). I get that good feeling by following through
and don't worry too much about whether someone does the right thing.

On the other hand, I recently asked a question on our group about a first
name. I did not count the private responses that I received, but 30 would
be a conservative estimate. I made certain to respond to each and every
one, and did not form a generic response. Also, I wrote a thank you on the
group just in case I missed someone.

I do try to access whether I should post a question or a photo to translate
now, as there are so many helpful people out there, I find the aftermath to
be overwhelming.

This topic of courtesy seems to come up a couple of times a year. As for my
take on it, if you have knowledge that would be helpful and feel someone can
benefit >from it, but choose not to share due to the lack of a "Thank You"
from someone else earlier, shame on you.
Don't let the discourteous folks out there make you discourteous, also.
Being able to help others is a positive thing both mentally and physically,
I believe, and to allow someone, who has not done the right thing to control
what you do is not the solution.

Thanks to all who have helped me over the years -just in case my "Thank You"
didn't make it to your email box.

Take care,

Debbie Raff
California

HERBACH / BIRNBAUM / BIRENBAUM/ SCHNEIER (Nowy Sacz, Pol and
Lipany,Slovakia) RAFF / SICHERMAN / MEISNER/ KATZ / FISCH / ZWICK / HILLER
(Zmigrod Nowy / Bukowsko / Dukla / Dynow / Korczyna, Pol) ) KORNFELD /
LAWNER / GERMAN / JURMAN / WEITMAN (Husiatyn, Usjad, Woloczysk, Ukr)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Lack of Common Courtesy #general

Debbie Raff
 

I, too, had a mailing experience where I never heard >from the person, again.
In my case I acquired a book through a non-Jewish friend, which had an
entire family tree in it. It was quite an amazing one going back to the
early 1700s, I believe.

Through the JewishGen Family Finder I located a family member. I found out
that a limited number of these books had been published and this person had
a copy. I was given names of those who didn't have one.

I ended up communicating with one of the people, who was thrilled I would
sent it to him in Israel. That is the end of my story. I spent a goodly
sum of money to send the book and never heard back.

My hope is that it arrived safely, which was the goal in the first place.
It would have been nice to have been thanked or an offer of reimbursement
given (I would have declined). I get that good feeling by following through
and don't worry too much about whether someone does the right thing.

On the other hand, I recently asked a question on our group about a first
name. I did not count the private responses that I received, but 30 would
be a conservative estimate. I made certain to respond to each and every
one, and did not form a generic response. Also, I wrote a thank you on the
group just in case I missed someone.

I do try to access whether I should post a question or a photo to translate
now, as there are so many helpful people out there, I find the aftermath to
be overwhelming.

This topic of courtesy seems to come up a couple of times a year. As for my
take on it, if you have knowledge that would be helpful and feel someone can
benefit >from it, but choose not to share due to the lack of a "Thank You"
from someone else earlier, shame on you.
Don't let the discourteous folks out there make you discourteous, also.
Being able to help others is a positive thing both mentally and physically,
I believe, and to allow someone, who has not done the right thing to control
what you do is not the solution.

Thanks to all who have helped me over the years -just in case my "Thank You"
didn't make it to your email box.

Take care,

Debbie Raff
California

HERBACH / BIRNBAUM / BIRENBAUM/ SCHNEIER (Nowy Sacz, Pol and
Lipany,Slovakia) RAFF / SICHERMAN / MEISNER/ KATZ / FISCH / ZWICK / HILLER
(Zmigrod Nowy / Bukowsko / Dukla / Dynow / Korczyna, Pol) ) KORNFELD /
LAWNER / GERMAN / JURMAN / WEITMAN (Husiatyn, Usjad, Woloczysk, Ukr)


Re: Website : Austro-Hungarian Military Records #general

Beverly Shulster <gettingbttr@...>
 

AGloger@aol.com wrote:
<snip>
Austro-Hungarian Land Forces 1848-1918. The URL is:

http://www.austro-hungarian-army.co.uk/index.htm

The site is very comprehensive. One area has illustrations of insignia found
on the collars of military uniforms and their meanings. The site gives
history of the military and the battles.

" Kriegsarchiv. The Austrian War Archives in Vienna. >
http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/AUT/krainf-e.htm

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Shaker Hts., Ohio (Cleveland)
agloger@aol.com

MODERATOR NOTE: If you have not already done so, we strongly
encourage you to post this note in the JewishGen Austria-Czech
SIG list as well.
---
Seems to me this should be posted to Galicia and Hungarian SIGs too.
Lots of Galician and Hungarian Jews served Austria in WWone.

Beverly Shulster
Yehud, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Website : Austro-Hungarian Military Records #general

Beverly Shulster <gettingbttr@...>
 

AGloger@aol.com wrote:
<snip>
Austro-Hungarian Land Forces 1848-1918. The URL is:

http://www.austro-hungarian-army.co.uk/index.htm

The site is very comprehensive. One area has illustrations of insignia found
on the collars of military uniforms and their meanings. The site gives
history of the military and the battles.

" Kriegsarchiv. The Austrian War Archives in Vienna. >
http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/AUT/krainf-e.htm

Adelle Weintraub Gloger
Shaker Hts., Ohio (Cleveland)
agloger@aol.com

MODERATOR NOTE: If you have not already done so, we strongly
encourage you to post this note in the JewishGen Austria-Czech
SIG list as well.
---
Seems to me this should be posted to Galicia and Hungarian SIGs too.
Lots of Galician and Hungarian Jews served Austria in WWone.

Beverly Shulster
Yehud, Israel


Re: The Lack of Common Courtesy and how it affects the Usefulness of this Forum #general

Sally Bruckheimer <sallybru@...>
 

I would like to add my opinion to this. I often write privately to help
people and usually get a response, either a thank you or some other question
or comment. But I don't keep track of who I write to, as I don't do it to
get something back. I was taught when a child to always write a Thank You
note to anyone giving a present, but I found out over the years that
everyone does not do this, and I don't expect everyone to have the same
manners.

The same way I don't give a present to 'get' something. If somebody is a
friend and I give the person a present, I don't keep track of it and of what
that person gives me as presents-that is not the point, what you get is
friendship.

Sally Bruckheimer
Chatham, NJ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: The Lack of Common Courtesy and how it affects the Usefulness of this Forum #general

Sally Bruckheimer <sallybru@...>
 

I would like to add my opinion to this. I often write privately to help
people and usually get a response, either a thank you or some other question
or comment. But I don't keep track of who I write to, as I don't do it to
get something back. I was taught when a child to always write a Thank You
note to anyone giving a present, but I found out over the years that
everyone does not do this, and I don't expect everyone to have the same
manners.

The same way I don't give a present to 'get' something. If somebody is a
friend and I give the person a present, I don't keep track of it and of what
that person gives me as presents-that is not the point, what you get is
friendship.

Sally Bruckheimer
Chatham, NJ