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Sharp eyes needed for clues in photos - 19th C ggf portrait and embroidery sampler #general

Tom Chatt
 

I have put up a couple of photos in the hope that some of the sharp eyes out
there might be able to pick up on some clues.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=5382
This is a photo of my great-grandfather, Louis BRAUTMAN, born in 1865, he
immigrated to New York around 1890, where he worked as a tinsmith. The
original photo seems to be printed on a very thin piece of metal (tin?).
Does this technique suggest a timeframe for dating the photo? Any clues in
the photo (clothing, furniture, etc) that might suggest a date? He looks
young to me, so perhaps this photo was taken before he came to the US. How
common or rare (expensive?) were personal photos say before 1890? Also, my
ggf was very orthodox so I was a little surprised to see he didn't have a
beard. (He came >from Russia or Romania - some confusion about which.)

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=5381
This embroidery sampler was done by my great-grandmother (Louis' wife),
Bertha (aka Bluma) LITTMAN. It has the date 1880 and her initials BL. In
1880, she would have been 10 years old and living somewhere in
Austro-Hungary (she came to New York in 1887). Are there any clues in this
simple sampler? I notice that the letter 'I' is missing (but the same is
true of the lettered streets in Washington DC). Is it at all surprising that
she would have carried this sampler with her when she came to the US? (A
side-note: according to family lore, Bertha's family in the old country was
well-off, and when she came to the US in 1887, it was a "vacation" to visit
family there. She was not intending to stay, but while she was in New York,
something happened back home, and she received word that she shouldn't
return.)

Any clues or observations on these items are much appreciated.

Thanks,
Tom Chatt
Los Angeles, CA

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sharp eyes needed for clues in photos - 19th C ggf portrait and embroidery sampler #general

Tom Chatt
 

I have put up a couple of photos in the hope that some of the sharp eyes out
there might be able to pick up on some clues.

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=5382
This is a photo of my great-grandfather, Louis BRAUTMAN, born in 1865, he
immigrated to New York around 1890, where he worked as a tinsmith. The
original photo seems to be printed on a very thin piece of metal (tin?).
Does this technique suggest a timeframe for dating the photo? Any clues in
the photo (clothing, furniture, etc) that might suggest a date? He looks
young to me, so perhaps this photo was taken before he came to the US. How
common or rare (expensive?) were personal photos say before 1890? Also, my
ggf was very orthodox so I was a little surprised to see he didn't have a
beard. (He came >from Russia or Romania - some confusion about which.)

http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=5381
This embroidery sampler was done by my great-grandmother (Louis' wife),
Bertha (aka Bluma) LITTMAN. It has the date 1880 and her initials BL. In
1880, she would have been 10 years old and living somewhere in
Austro-Hungary (she came to New York in 1887). Are there any clues in this
simple sampler? I notice that the letter 'I' is missing (but the same is
true of the lettered streets in Washington DC). Is it at all surprising that
she would have carried this sampler with her when she came to the US? (A
side-note: according to family lore, Bertha's family in the old country was
well-off, and when she came to the US in 1887, it was a "vacation" to visit
family there. She was not intending to stay, but while she was in New York,
something happened back home, and she received word that she shouldn't
return.)

Any clues or observations on these items are much appreciated.

Thanks,
Tom Chatt
Los Angeles, CA

Re: Karen #general

chaikin <chaikin@...>
 

Judith Romney Wegner jrw@... wrote:

Nor is Keren a traditional Jewish name (even though one of Job's daughters
is recorded as being named Keren-Happukh -- meaning, roughly, a "vial of
eye-shadow" ).

Judith also writes:

The word keren (more accurately transliterated Qeren) is the biblical
Hebrew word for "horn” meaning an animal's horn (though it has other
derived meanings too).

And Judith ends with:

If you're wondering how the word for a "horn" came to mean "fund", that's
because a horn (cornu in Latin) is associated with the concept of
cornucopia -- and a charitable fund, of course, is one kind of cornucopia.
It's worth noting that the Latin cornu is
basically the same word as the Semitic word qeren. This is one of the rare
instances of a romance-language word being the same as the Semitic word for
the same object. I don't know this history of how this came about, but I
like to imagine that the word qeren (Arabic, qarn) migrated >from east to
west along with nomadic flocks of sheep and their owners, bringing the word
qeren with them. (cornu is very close to the Arabic form qarn)


=I would like to add that the origin of the use of the horn as symbol for
wealth derives >from the animal which was the symbol for the Accadian god of
wisdom, the moon god “Sin”, who went with the conquered of Canaan and part
of Egypt in the 18th century BCE, the Hyksus, and also became an Egyptian
god, the ibex, “Yael” in Hebrew.
Also I would like to add that just as it was used in art and ritual symbol
as cornucopia, small horns were used to carry many kinds of useful material,
like eye shadow and other kinds of paint for the human body, and other uses
are known to us until the 19th century CE, like carrying tobacco and
gunpowder…
The custom of our nation to anoint the ruler with olive oil poured >from an
ibex horn, is also a significant custom, which can derive a using of part of
the rituals for naming...
Therefore, the name Keren Hapuch, is based on a horn / keren and is a
biblical Hebrew feminine name, which goes together with symbol of beauty.
There is another meaning to the Hebrew “keren” and it is “beam” and
“radiate” and it is written about Moses that his face lit up… “karan or
panaiv…”, and sculptures like Michael Angelo interpreted it as “he had
horns” :- )
It is very likely that there were/are females whose name Keren derives from
that… although none appears in the bible…

Best regards,
Udi Cain, Israel

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Karen #general

chaikin <chaikin@...>
 

Judith Romney Wegner jrw@... wrote:

Nor is Keren a traditional Jewish name (even though one of Job's daughters
is recorded as being named Keren-Happukh -- meaning, roughly, a "vial of
eye-shadow" ).

Judith also writes:

The word keren (more accurately transliterated Qeren) is the biblical
Hebrew word for "horn” meaning an animal's horn (though it has other
derived meanings too).

And Judith ends with:

If you're wondering how the word for a "horn" came to mean "fund", that's
because a horn (cornu in Latin) is associated with the concept of
cornucopia -- and a charitable fund, of course, is one kind of cornucopia.
It's worth noting that the Latin cornu is
basically the same word as the Semitic word qeren. This is one of the rare
instances of a romance-language word being the same as the Semitic word for
the same object. I don't know this history of how this came about, but I
like to imagine that the word qeren (Arabic, qarn) migrated >from east to
west along with nomadic flocks of sheep and their owners, bringing the word
qeren with them. (cornu is very close to the Arabic form qarn)


=I would like to add that the origin of the use of the horn as symbol for
wealth derives >from the animal which was the symbol for the Accadian god of
wisdom, the moon god “Sin”, who went with the conquered of Canaan and part
of Egypt in the 18th century BCE, the Hyksus, and also became an Egyptian
god, the ibex, “Yael” in Hebrew.
Also I would like to add that just as it was used in art and ritual symbol
as cornucopia, small horns were used to carry many kinds of useful material,
like eye shadow and other kinds of paint for the human body, and other uses
are known to us until the 19th century CE, like carrying tobacco and
gunpowder…
The custom of our nation to anoint the ruler with olive oil poured >from an
ibex horn, is also a significant custom, which can derive a using of part of
the rituals for naming...
Therefore, the name Keren Hapuch, is based on a horn / keren and is a
biblical Hebrew feminine name, which goes together with symbol of beauty.
There is another meaning to the Hebrew “keren” and it is “beam” and
“radiate” and it is written about Moses that his face lit up… “karan or
panaiv…”, and sculptures like Michael Angelo interpreted it as “he had
horns” :- )
It is very likely that there were/are females whose name Keren derives from
that… although none appears in the bible…

Best regards,
Udi Cain, Israel

Dr. Yaffa Eliach to speak in Israel, Jan 20-21 #general

Schelly Talalay Dardashti
 

Dear Genners in Israel,

This special program arranged by the Beth Protea
Retirement Community for its residents will also be
open to family history researchers.

Dr. Yaffa Eliach of New York will speak (English) at 5
pm, Thursday, January 20, at Beth Protea, 5 Asher
Barel St.,Herzilya, and again at 11 am, Friday,
January 21, Beth Protea B'Kfar, Kfar Saba.
A descendant of one of the five founding families of
the 900-year-old shtetl of Eishyshok (its Yiddish name
(Ejszyszki - Polish; Eisiskes - Lithuanian), she is
one of only 29 survivors of the town. Her interest in
family history research has lead her to search out
every family and descendant of the town around the
world.
A history and literature professor, Eliach is the
author of "There Once Was a World, the 900-year
chronicle of the shtetl of Eishyshok," a rich
historical and personal account of its history, life
and people.
Her interest in her shtetl was also responsible for
the three-story space filled with 1,600 photographs in
the Tower of Life at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Museum in Washington DC.
She is also spearheading the recreation of a a Living
Eastern European shtetl in Rishon Lezion, an very
exciting educational project which will include many
components, including genealogy!
Entrance is NIS 20, to be donated by the Beth Protea
retirement community to Dr. Eliach's foundation,
For more information, contact Channi,
channi@....

Best wishes,
Schelly Talalay Dardashti
President, JFRA Israel
schelly@...

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Dr. Yaffa Eliach to speak in Israel, Jan 20-21 #general

Schelly Talalay Dardashti
 

Dear Genners in Israel,

This special program arranged by the Beth Protea
Retirement Community for its residents will also be
open to family history researchers.

Dr. Yaffa Eliach of New York will speak (English) at 5
pm, Thursday, January 20, at Beth Protea, 5 Asher
Barel St.,Herzilya, and again at 11 am, Friday,
January 21, Beth Protea B'Kfar, Kfar Saba.
A descendant of one of the five founding families of
the 900-year-old shtetl of Eishyshok (its Yiddish name
(Ejszyszki - Polish; Eisiskes - Lithuanian), she is
one of only 29 survivors of the town. Her interest in
family history research has lead her to search out
every family and descendant of the town around the
world.
A history and literature professor, Eliach is the
author of "There Once Was a World, the 900-year
chronicle of the shtetl of Eishyshok," a rich
historical and personal account of its history, life
and people.
Her interest in her shtetl was also responsible for
the three-story space filled with 1,600 photographs in
the Tower of Life at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial
Museum in Washington DC.
She is also spearheading the recreation of a a Living
Eastern European shtetl in Rishon Lezion, an very
exciting educational project which will include many
components, including genealogy!
Entrance is NIS 20, to be donated by the Beth Protea
retirement community to Dr. Eliach's foundation,
For more information, contact Channi,
channi@....

Best wishes,
Schelly Talalay Dardashti
President, JFRA Israel
schelly@...

Jewish Genealogical Society Of Greater Orlando - January Meeting- January 24, 2005 at 7:30 PM #general

Doris Frank <dofrank@...>
 

Generations >from Many Lands

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando (JGSGO) will begin its
new year on Monday, January 24, 2005 with its regular meeting held at the
Congregation of Liberal Judaism, 928 Malone Drive, Orlando, Fl. beginning at
7:30 PM

Lillian Weitzel, Program Vice President for the group, announced that Jay
Schleichkorn would moderate the panel, which includes Doris Frank, who came
back to America (where she was born) after being raised in Cuba; Jerry
Kurland who emigrated >from Canada; Marianne Schleichkorn, who emigrated from
Germany via England and Halifax just two weeks before World War II; and
Lucilla Weinroth, who came to America >from Recife, Brazil. What were their
problems in emigrating to America? Whom did they leave behind?

These four people will describe the communities where they lived, the
influences, process of coming to the United States and what life was like in
the countries they left behind.

"We know this will be a most interesting program, and invite the whole
Jewish Community to come to the JGSGO meeting," said Edith Schulman,
president of the group.

For membership information, please contact Doris Frank at 407-323-9728.

For more general information, call Edith Schulman at 407-699-6061.

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish Genealogical Society Of Greater Orlando - January Meeting- January 24, 2005 at 7:30 PM #general

Doris Frank <dofrank@...>
 

Generations >from Many Lands

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando (JGSGO) will begin its
new year on Monday, January 24, 2005 with its regular meeting held at the
Congregation of Liberal Judaism, 928 Malone Drive, Orlando, Fl. beginning at
7:30 PM

Lillian Weitzel, Program Vice President for the group, announced that Jay
Schleichkorn would moderate the panel, which includes Doris Frank, who came
back to America (where she was born) after being raised in Cuba; Jerry
Kurland who emigrated >from Canada; Marianne Schleichkorn, who emigrated from
Germany via England and Halifax just two weeks before World War II; and
Lucilla Weinroth, who came to America >from Recife, Brazil. What were their
problems in emigrating to America? Whom did they leave behind?

These four people will describe the communities where they lived, the
influences, process of coming to the United States and what life was like in
the countries they left behind.

"We know this will be a most interesting program, and invite the whole
Jewish Community to come to the JGSGO meeting," said Edith Schulman,
president of the group.

For membership information, please contact Doris Frank at 407-323-9728.

For more general information, call Edith Schulman at 407-699-6061.

"Watermarks" a film about the Hakoah Swim Team #austria-czech

Sally Goodman <sbgoody@...>
 

Re Rebecca Fenning's message re this new documentary, "Watermarks."

"Watermarks" is an outstanding 84-minute Israeli film I saw last week at the
Palm Springs International Film Festival. It won Honorable Mention in the
Documentary category. It was filmed in Israel/France/Germany/Austria.

It is the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Jewish
sports club, Hakoah Vienna. Hakoah ("strength" in Hebrew) was founded in
1909 in response to the notorious Aryan paragraph, which forbade Austrian
sports clubs >from accepting Jewish athletes. Hakoah rapidly grew into one of
Europe's biggest athletic clubs, while achieving astonishing success in many
diverse sports, i.e. soccer, fencing, swimming.

In the 1930's, Hakoah's best-known triumphs came >from its women swimmers who
dominated national competitions. After the Anschluss in 1938, the Nazis shut
down the club, but the swimmers all managed to flee the country before the
war broke out, thanks to an escape operation. Now in their 80s, >from homes
scattered around the globe, these energetic and articulate ladies speak
frankly with director Yaron Zilberman, as he arranges for them to meet once
again in their old Vienna swimming pool. "Watermarks" is an inspiring
celebration of life and requiem for lost dreams.

The Hakoah soccer team was also very well known and much to my surprise and
delight, I saw my cousin Willy HALPERN, their famous goalee, sitting center
with the soccer ball, on the screen when they showed the team. If Rebecca's
grandfather, Franz HOFFER, was on the team at the time of the photo, she
might also get a glimpse of him.

This is a very moving and informative film not just for Austrians, not just
for Jews to see. The PSIFF was attended by people of all color, religion and
ethnic background and everyone agreed, it was an excellent-superb film. Do
watch for it in your community.

Sally Goodman
Palm Springs/LA, CA

Researching:
ABELES Vienna, San Francisco; BROWN/GROSS Schenectady, NY; CARDOZO London,
Rochester, NYC; GOITMAN Kishinev, Tiraspol; HAYS Germany, Rochester, NYC;
KIRSCHBAUM Jaroslaw, Vienna; MANDELBERG Jaroslaw, Vienna, Berlin; MUHLSTEIN
Rzeszow, Vienna; NEUSPIEL, Nikolsburg, Moravia; Vienna & Hollabrunn Austria;
RESHOWER Austria, Germany, NYC; ROSENSTOCK Stryj, Rzeszow, Jaroslaw;
SELIGMAN Germany, Rochester, NYC; STEIN Stryj, Vienna.


Subject: Watermarks, a film about the Hakoah Wien Swim Club
From: "Rebecca Fenning" <macguffin317@...>
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2005 10:50:26 -0500
X-Message-Number: 1

Dear all,

When I was at the movies this week, I saw a preview for a documentary called
Watermarks, which will be playing at the Coolidge Corner Theatre in
Brookline, Mass., Feb. 18-24. It concerns several women who were members of
the Hakoah Wien Swim Club in the years before WWII, and brings them back for
a reunion at their old pool in Vienna. It looks like the film will be
playing at several Jewish film festivals in the States in the next couple of
months, and I thought it might be of some interest to others in our group.
The film's website is http://www.kino.com/watermarks/.

I personally know very little about Hakoah Wien, but would love to hear
more, if anyone knows more about the history of the organization. I suspect
that my grandfather, Franz HOFFER, was probably involved as a soccer player
and swimmer during the 20's and 30's, but will have to look through
clippings my mother possesses to check up on that.

Just a heads up about a film you might want to see!

Rebecca Fenning
Allston, Mass.
--

Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech "Watermarks" a film about the Hakoah Swim Team #austria-czech

Sally Goodman <sbgoody@...>
 

Re Rebecca Fenning's message re this new documentary, "Watermarks."

"Watermarks" is an outstanding 84-minute Israeli film I saw last week at the
Palm Springs International Film Festival. It won Honorable Mention in the
Documentary category. It was filmed in Israel/France/Germany/Austria.

It is the story of the champion women swimmers of the legendary Jewish
sports club, Hakoah Vienna. Hakoah ("strength" in Hebrew) was founded in
1909 in response to the notorious Aryan paragraph, which forbade Austrian
sports clubs >from accepting Jewish athletes. Hakoah rapidly grew into one of
Europe's biggest athletic clubs, while achieving astonishing success in many
diverse sports, i.e. soccer, fencing, swimming.

In the 1930's, Hakoah's best-known triumphs came >from its women swimmers who
dominated national competitions. After the Anschluss in 1938, the Nazis shut
down the club, but the swimmers all managed to flee the country before the
war broke out, thanks to an escape operation. Now in their 80s, >from homes
scattered around the globe, these energetic and articulate ladies speak
frankly with director Yaron Zilberman, as he arranges for them to meet once
again in their old Vienna swimming pool. "Watermarks" is an inspiring
celebration of life and requiem for lost dreams.

The Hakoah soccer team was also very well known and much to my surprise and
delight, I saw my cousin Willy HALPERN, their famous goalee, sitting center
with the soccer ball, on the screen when they showed the team. If Rebecca's
grandfather, Franz HOFFER, was on the team at the time of the photo, she
might also get a glimpse of him.

This is a very moving and informative film not just for Austrians, not just
for Jews to see. The PSIFF was attended by people of all color, religion and
ethnic background and everyone agreed, it was an excellent-superb film. Do
watch for it in your community.

Sally Goodman
Palm Springs/LA, CA

Researching:
ABELES Vienna, San Francisco; BROWN/GROSS Schenectady, NY; CARDOZO London,
Rochester, NYC; GOITMAN Kishinev, Tiraspol; HAYS Germany, Rochester, NYC;
KIRSCHBAUM Jaroslaw, Vienna; MANDELBERG Jaroslaw, Vienna, Berlin; MUHLSTEIN
Rzeszow, Vienna; NEUSPIEL, Nikolsburg, Moravia; Vienna & Hollabrunn Austria;
RESHOWER Austria, Germany, NYC; ROSENSTOCK Stryj, Rzeszow, Jaroslaw;
SELIGMAN Germany, Rochester, NYC; STEIN Stryj, Vienna.


Subject: Watermarks, a film about the Hakoah Wien Swim Club
From: "Rebecca Fenning" <macguffin317@...>
Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2005 10:50:26 -0500
X-Message-Number: 1

Dear all,

When I was at the movies this week, I saw a preview for a documentary called
Watermarks, which will be playing at the Coolidge Corner Theatre in
Brookline, Mass., Feb. 18-24. It concerns several women who were members of
the Hakoah Wien Swim Club in the years before WWII, and brings them back for
a reunion at their old pool in Vienna. It looks like the film will be
playing at several Jewish film festivals in the States in the next couple of
months, and I thought it might be of some interest to others in our group.
The film's website is http://www.kino.com/watermarks/.

I personally know very little about Hakoah Wien, but would love to hear
more, if anyone knows more about the history of the organization. I suspect
that my grandfather, Franz HOFFER, was probably involved as a soccer player
and swimmer during the 20's and 30's, but will have to look through
clippings my mother possesses to check up on that.

Just a heads up about a film you might want to see!

Rebecca Fenning
Allston, Mass.
--

Hebrew rendering of the name "Note" #germany

Caroline <cfb@...>
 

Hi,
I was wondering if anyone is able to help with the Hebrew rendering of the
name "Note"? With many thanks,

Caroline Faunce-Brown cfb@... (England)

German SIG #Germany Hebrew rendering of the name "Note" #germany

Caroline <cfb@...>
 

Hi,
I was wondering if anyone is able to help with the Hebrew rendering of the
name "Note"? With many thanks,

Caroline Faunce-Brown cfb@... (England)

Breslau Birth Records #germany

Werner Zimmt <wsz@...>
 

With respect to Breslau vital records, I have copied the tape that covers
Jewish births Matrikel >from 1847 to 1872. I looked up ROSENFELD but found
none. I have found, based on various other sources, that the data is
incomplete; a number of well-known people listed as having been born in the
city do not show up on these tapes. I have no explanation, just the
observation. I would be happy to help find names for the period in question.
I am also copying marriage records, >from 1883 to 1933 that scattered in
various tapes and seem equally incomplete.

Werner Zimmt Tucson, AZ <wsz@...>

German SIG #Germany Breslau Birth Records #germany

Werner Zimmt <wsz@...>
 

With respect to Breslau vital records, I have copied the tape that covers
Jewish births Matrikel >from 1847 to 1872. I looked up ROSENFELD but found
none. I have found, based on various other sources, that the data is
incomplete; a number of well-known people listed as having been born in the
city do not show up on these tapes. I have no explanation, just the
observation. I would be happy to help find names for the period in question.
I am also copying marriage records, >from 1883 to 1933 that scattered in
various tapes and seem equally incomplete.

Werner Zimmt Tucson, AZ <wsz@...>

HEILBUT in Moisling / Luebeck 1848 #germany

Justin Levy <levyduffy@...>
 

This message will be of interest to Helga Heilbut and Claude Oulman.

I have a copy of the list of surnames adopted by the Jews in
Moisling/Luebeck in 1848.

Number 20 on the list is a Susette HEILBUT, who retained the name HEILBUT.
The list is written in Fraktur, so maybe I'm wrong about the first name.
Anyway, this clearly places HEILBUTs in the area at a time which is well
documented in the birth, marriage and death registers kept in the Landesarchiv
Schleswig-Holstein (the archive in Luebeck only has poor-quality copies of
extracts). I have not come across the name in the period 1819 to 1838,
so maybe family members came >from Hamburg.

You should contact:

Robert Knull
Landesarchiv Schleswig-Holstein
Prinzenpalais
24837 Schleswig
Tel. 04621/861800
Fax 04621/861801
e-mail: landesarchiv@...

I hope this information is new to the both of you. Rgds,

Justin Levy (Dublin, Ireland)

German SIG #Germany HEILBUT in Moisling / Luebeck 1848 #germany

Justin Levy <levyduffy@...>
 

This message will be of interest to Helga Heilbut and Claude Oulman.

I have a copy of the list of surnames adopted by the Jews in
Moisling/Luebeck in 1848.

Number 20 on the list is a Susette HEILBUT, who retained the name HEILBUT.
The list is written in Fraktur, so maybe I'm wrong about the first name.
Anyway, this clearly places HEILBUTs in the area at a time which is well
documented in the birth, marriage and death registers kept in the Landesarchiv
Schleswig-Holstein (the archive in Luebeck only has poor-quality copies of
extracts). I have not come across the name in the period 1819 to 1838,
so maybe family members came >from Hamburg.

You should contact:

Robert Knull
Landesarchiv Schleswig-Holstein
Prinzenpalais
24837 Schleswig
Tel. 04621/861800
Fax 04621/861801
e-mail: landesarchiv@...

I hope this information is new to the both of you. Rgds,

Justin Levy (Dublin, Ireland)

Re: SITE CITE - new lists of account holders - CORRECTION #germany

Norrico Inc. <norrico@...>
 

Correction: SITE CITE-New lists: Swiss account holders, Israeli account holders

You CAN search in English the complete Israeli account list of Assets (in Israel)
of Holocaust Victims.

Go to:

http://www.knesset.gov.il/committees/eng/docs/shoa_finalreport_eng.htm

Frank Hammelbacher Flushing, NY USA norrico@...

German SIG #Germany RE: SITE CITE - new lists of account holders - CORRECTION #germany

Norrico Inc. <norrico@...>
 

Correction: SITE CITE-New lists: Swiss account holders, Israeli account holders

You CAN search in English the complete Israeli account list of Assets (in Israel)
of Holocaust Victims.

Go to:

http://www.knesset.gov.il/committees/eng/docs/shoa_finalreport_eng.htm

Frank Hammelbacher Flushing, NY USA norrico@...

SITE CITE: Jewish Families in Schenklengsfeld #germany

AHB <w.fritzsche@...>
 

Dear Siggers,
once more I was able to add a new list to my website. You will find the list
of Jewish families in Schenklengsfeld 1826 under:

www.a-h-b.de/AHB/Schenklengsfeld.htm

You can find more lists under:

www.a-h-b.de/AHB/links_e.htm

With best regrds
Wolfgang Fritzsche, prof. genealogist, Hessen, Germany

German SIG #Germany SITE CITE: Jewish Families in Schenklengsfeld #germany

AHB <w.fritzsche@...>
 

Dear Siggers,
once more I was able to add a new list to my website. You will find the list
of Jewish families in Schenklengsfeld 1826 under:

www.a-h-b.de/AHB/Schenklengsfeld.htm

You can find more lists under:

www.a-h-b.de/AHB/links_e.htm

With best regrds
Wolfgang Fritzsche, prof. genealogist, Hessen, Germany