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(Sumberg) Records in or about Pilvishok/Pilviskiai #general

Gary Morin <garymichaelmorin@...>
 

Greetings,

has anyone gone in search of Records in or about Pilvishok/Pilviskiai (formerly of
Poland, now of Lithuania)? Did you have any luck and, if so, where did you find
family history records? in Pilvishok/Pilviskiai or elsewhere, say Vilnius?

I'm searching for my grandfather's family, the last name is Sumberg. My
grandfather, Leon Sumberg, his parents, and most of his siblings left and came to
Boston and Worcester, MA. We know that one sister, Ester, did not leave and we
have no knowledge of what happened to her. On my great-grandfather's (Isadore
Sumberg) naturalization papers, he lists an Abraham Sumberg (b. ~1903), who we've
never heard of. My mother had never heard of an Abraham until I showed her the
citizenship paper, a year or so ago.

Am thinking of going in search of Sumberg history after the IAJGS conference, in
Warsaw, this August. any ideas or suggestions?

Thank you!
Gary M. Morin


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (Sumberg) Records in or about Pilvishok/Pilviskiai #general

Gary Morin <garymichaelmorin@...>
 

Greetings,

has anyone gone in search of Records in or about Pilvishok/Pilviskiai (formerly of
Poland, now of Lithuania)? Did you have any luck and, if so, where did you find
family history records? in Pilvishok/Pilviskiai or elsewhere, say Vilnius?

I'm searching for my grandfather's family, the last name is Sumberg. My
grandfather, Leon Sumberg, his parents, and most of his siblings left and came to
Boston and Worcester, MA. We know that one sister, Ester, did not leave and we
have no knowledge of what happened to her. On my great-grandfather's (Isadore
Sumberg) naturalization papers, he lists an Abraham Sumberg (b. ~1903), who we've
never heard of. My mother had never heard of an Abraham until I showed her the
citizenship paper, a year or so ago.

Am thinking of going in search of Sumberg history after the IAJGS conference, in
Warsaw, this August. any ideas or suggestions?

Thank you!
Gary M. Morin


Cemetery photo request-Mt. Lebanon, Queens #general

Laurie Sosna
 

Hi,

If anyone is going to Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, in Queens, I would be
grateful for a photo of the headstone at this location:
Society: UNITED HEBREW COMM
Block: F Section: 6 Sub-Section: 2
Plot: Line: 1 Grave: 31
There is some discrepancy in the name depending on the source website
Ettil Levin (find-a-grave)
Paye Ettie Levine (Mt. Lebanon internment search)
Death: Jan 6, 1918

I think this is my gg-grandmother.

Thank you,
Laurie Sosna
San Francisco, CA

MODERATOR: Prior to going to the cemetery, please let Laurie know of your
intention to avoid duplication of effort and wasting time.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Cemetery photo request-Mt. Lebanon, Queens #general

Laurie Sosna
 

Hi,

If anyone is going to Mt. Lebanon Cemetery, in Queens, I would be
grateful for a photo of the headstone at this location:
Society: UNITED HEBREW COMM
Block: F Section: 6 Sub-Section: 2
Plot: Line: 1 Grave: 31
There is some discrepancy in the name depending on the source website
Ettil Levin (find-a-grave)
Paye Ettie Levine (Mt. Lebanon internment search)
Death: Jan 6, 1918

I think this is my gg-grandmother.

Thank you,
Laurie Sosna
San Francisco, CA

MODERATOR: Prior to going to the cemetery, please let Laurie know of your
intention to avoid duplication of effort and wasting time.


ViewMate translation request - Polish #general

K Salomon
 

Hello

I've posted two records (one death record, one marriage record) for
which I need translations.

The ViewMate addresses are
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66146

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66147

Thank you for your assistance
Kealy Salomon


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Polish #general

K Salomon
 

Hello

I've posted two records (one death record, one marriage record) for
which I need translations.

The ViewMate addresses are
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66146

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=66147

Thank you for your assistance
Kealy Salomon


Update to KehilaLinks site of Kosice, Slovakia #general

Madeleine Isenberg
 

To SIGgers with connections to Kosice, Slovakia,

Just wanted to let you know about an update to the "Other" page within
this KehilalInks site
(https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/kosice/Kosice-Other.html#undefphotos).
Peter Absolon received 16 group photographs of children >from Kosice's
Neolog Synagogue Elementary School. It is assumed this were taken in
the 1930s. Unfortunately, these are photos with people who are
unidentified and even the years are not known. It's possible the same
children appear in more than one photo and for a different year.

If anyone has any information or recognizes any of these children,
teachers, or can estimate the year, please do contact me to add that information.

Madeleine Isenberg
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com
Beverly Hills, CA

Researching: GOLDMAN, STEINER, LANGER, GLUECKSMAN, STOTTER in various
parts of Galicia, Poland, such as: Nowy Targ, Wachsmund, Lopuszna,
Ochotnica, possibly Krakow, who migrated into Kezmarok or nearby
Straszky/Nagy-Eor/Nehre, both now in Slovakia.
GOLDSTEIN in Abaujszina (Sena), Szkaros, Szikso, and Kosice, Slovakia;
Tolcsva, Hungary; Possibly Timosoara, Romania


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Update to KehilaLinks site of Kosice, Slovakia #general

Madeleine Isenberg
 

To SIGgers with connections to Kosice, Slovakia,

Just wanted to let you know about an update to the "Other" page within
this KehilalInks site
(https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/kosice/Kosice-Other.html#undefphotos).
Peter Absolon received 16 group photographs of children >from Kosice's
Neolog Synagogue Elementary School. It is assumed this were taken in
the 1930s. Unfortunately, these are photos with people who are
unidentified and even the years are not known. It's possible the same
children appear in more than one photo and for a different year.

If anyone has any information or recognizes any of these children,
teachers, or can estimate the year, please do contact me to add that information.

Madeleine Isenberg
madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com
Beverly Hills, CA

Researching: GOLDMAN, STEINER, LANGER, GLUECKSMAN, STOTTER in various
parts of Galicia, Poland, such as: Nowy Targ, Wachsmund, Lopuszna,
Ochotnica, possibly Krakow, who migrated into Kezmarok or nearby
Straszky/Nagy-Eor/Nehre, both now in Slovakia.
GOLDSTEIN in Abaujszina (Sena), Szkaros, Szikso, and Kosice, Slovakia;
Tolcsva, Hungary; Possibly Timosoara, Romania


Correction: Fold3.com Free Access Civil War Records Through April 15, 2018 #usa

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Fold3.com, a member of the Ancestry family of companies is offering free
access to its Civil War collection through April 15 to commemorate the
beginning of the Civil War in 1861. The collection has 50 titles with more
than 91 million records.

You will be required to register with your name and email address, no credit
card information is required. Go to: https://go.fold3.com/civilwar. When
you do your search, the results will show records that are free access will
be marked Free with a green background. When you open the file and if you
want to save it or print it, click on the "view larger" icon and when the
record opens larger, on the top right of the screen is an icon that looks
like tools. Roll your mouse over that icon and you will see a drop down box
which permits one to download to their computer or print the document.

To view the Civil War Records Collection go to:
https://www.fold3.com/browse/249/ And click on Civil War and the list of
records in 50 Civil War Collections appears. You will see the word "free"
next to the collection. If you try to browse other collections not covered
under this free offer you will be invited to subscribe which requires a
credit card.

Fold 3.com does permit several areas of access with your free registration
that are outside of the Civil War Collection. This permits you to search and
browse but not view nor download certain collections, and you can create
your own memorial. Note the 7-day free trial that may be offered does
require a credit card which you will be charged for a membership following
the 7 days if you do not cancel before the 7 day trial is up.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry nor any of its subsidiary companies,
including Fold3.com and am posting this solely for the information of the
reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Early American SIG #USA Correction: Fold3.com Free Access Civil War Records Through April 15, 2018 #usa

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Fold3.com, a member of the Ancestry family of companies is offering free
access to its Civil War collection through April 15 to commemorate the
beginning of the Civil War in 1861. The collection has 50 titles with more
than 91 million records.

You will be required to register with your name and email address, no credit
card information is required. Go to: https://go.fold3.com/civilwar. When
you do your search, the results will show records that are free access will
be marked Free with a green background. When you open the file and if you
want to save it or print it, click on the "view larger" icon and when the
record opens larger, on the top right of the screen is an icon that looks
like tools. Roll your mouse over that icon and you will see a drop down box
which permits one to download to their computer or print the document.

To view the Civil War Records Collection go to:
https://www.fold3.com/browse/249/ And click on Civil War and the list of
records in 50 Civil War Collections appears. You will see the word "free"
next to the collection. If you try to browse other collections not covered
under this free offer you will be invited to subscribe which requires a
credit card.

Fold 3.com does permit several areas of access with your free registration
that are outside of the Civil War Collection. This permits you to search and
browse but not view nor download certain collections, and you can create
your own memorial. Note the 7-day free trial that may be offered does
require a credit card which you will be charged for a membership following
the 7 days if you do not cancel before the 7 day trial is up.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry nor any of its subsidiary companies,
including Fold3.com and am posting this solely for the information of the
reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Fold3.com Free Access Civil War Records Through April 15, 2018 #usa

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Fold3.com, a member of the Ancestry family of companies is offering free
access to its Civil War collection through April 15 to commemorate the
beginning of the Civil War in 1961. The collection has 50 titles with more
than 91 million records.

You will be required to register with your name and email address, no credit
card information is required. Go to: https://go.fold3.com/civilwar. When
you do your search, the results will show records that are free access will
be marked Free with a green background. When you open the file and if you
want to save it or print it, click on the "view larger" icon and when the
record opens larger, on the top right of the screen is an icon that looks
like tools. Roll your mouse over that icon and you will see a drop down box
which permits one to download to their computer or print the document.

To view the Civil War Records Collection go to:
https://www.fold3.com/browse/249/
And click on Civil War and the list of records in 50 Civil War Collections
appears. You will see the word "free" next to the collection. If you try
to browse other collections not covered under this free offer you will be
invited to subscribe which requires a credit card.

Fold 3.com does permit several areas of access with your free registration
that are outside of the Civil War Collection. This permits you to search and
browse but not view nor download certain collections, and you can create
your own memorial. Note the 7-day free trial that may be offered does
require a credit card which you will be charged for a membership following
the 7 days if you do not cancel before the 7 day trial is up.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry nor any of its subsidiary companies,
including Fold3.com and am posting this solely for the information of the
reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Re: Researching Berlin editor Alfred BRIE (1870-1942) #germany

Irene Peters <iupfamilyresearch@...>
 

Raphael,

You might want to try the Internationales Zeitungsmuseum at
http://www.izmarchiv.de/

About 5 or 6 years ago I inquired with them (at the time it was a lady
- Meike Komatowsky, email M.Komatowsky@izmarchiv.de) about a relative
who had been the founder and editor-in-chief of a newspaper in Aachen.
I hadn't expected much but they were able to send me information, much
to my surprise.

I did a quick search of their online archive just now, and they do
have issues of the Lustige Bl=C3=A4tter. So maybe they also have
information on Alfred BRIE. good luck. Best regards,

Irene Peters, iupfamilyresearch@gmail.com Berlin, Germany

On Mon, Apr 2, 2018 Raphael Thurm littletalmid@gmail.com wrote:
My great-great grandfather Alfred BRIE (1870-1942) was a Berlin-based
editor, journalist, and contributor for the German comic magazines
Tornistor Humor, Lustige Blatter, and Das Kleine Witzblatt, from
1900-1930.
I am trying to find more information regarding my ancestor's literary
career, and I have been searching google-books and eBay (in German),
in addition to several German-language book-selling sites.
I was wondering if there is any way that I can reach out to the
original publishers of these German magazines to find out if there are
any existing biographical records or documentation regarding my
ancestor? I have already reached out the Berlin Landesarchiv but
without success. I would be grateful if anyone could advise me as to
where I should start. Thanks in advance


Early American SIG #USA Fold3.com Free Access Civil War Records Through April 15, 2018 #usa

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Fold3.com, a member of the Ancestry family of companies is offering free
access to its Civil War collection through April 15 to commemorate the
beginning of the Civil War in 1961. The collection has 50 titles with more
than 91 million records.

You will be required to register with your name and email address, no credit
card information is required. Go to: https://go.fold3.com/civilwar. When
you do your search, the results will show records that are free access will
be marked Free with a green background. When you open the file and if you
want to save it or print it, click on the "view larger" icon and when the
record opens larger, on the top right of the screen is an icon that looks
like tools. Roll your mouse over that icon and you will see a drop down box
which permits one to download to their computer or print the document.

To view the Civil War Records Collection go to:
https://www.fold3.com/browse/249/
And click on Civil War and the list of records in 50 Civil War Collections
appears. You will see the word "free" next to the collection. If you try
to browse other collections not covered under this free offer you will be
invited to subscribe which requires a credit card.

Fold 3.com does permit several areas of access with your free registration
that are outside of the Civil War Collection. This permits you to search and
browse but not view nor download certain collections, and you can create
your own memorial. Note the 7-day free trial that may be offered does
require a credit card which you will be charged for a membership following
the 7 days if you do not cancel before the 7 day trial is up.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry nor any of its subsidiary companies,
including Fold3.com and am posting this solely for the information of the
reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


German SIG #Germany Re: Researching Berlin editor Alfred BRIE (1870-1942) #germany

Irene Peters <iupfamilyresearch@...>
 

Raphael,

You might want to try the Internationales Zeitungsmuseum at
http://www.izmarchiv.de/

About 5 or 6 years ago I inquired with them (at the time it was a lady
- Meike Komatowsky, email M.Komatowsky@izmarchiv.de) about a relative
who had been the founder and editor-in-chief of a newspaper in Aachen.
I hadn't expected much but they were able to send me information, much
to my surprise.

I did a quick search of their online archive just now, and they do
have issues of the Lustige Bl=C3=A4tter. So maybe they also have
information on Alfred BRIE. good luck. Best regards,

Irene Peters, iupfamilyresearch@gmail.com Berlin, Germany

On Mon, Apr 2, 2018 Raphael Thurm littletalmid@gmail.com wrote:
My great-great grandfather Alfred BRIE (1870-1942) was a Berlin-based
editor, journalist, and contributor for the German comic magazines
Tornistor Humor, Lustige Blatter, and Das Kleine Witzblatt, from
1900-1930.
I am trying to find more information regarding my ancestor's literary
career, and I have been searching google-books and eBay (in German),
in addition to several German-language book-selling sites.
I was wondering if there is any way that I can reach out to the
original publishers of these German magazines to find out if there are
any existing biographical records or documentation regarding my
ancestor? I have already reached out the Berlin Landesarchiv but
without success. I would be grateful if anyone could advise me as to
where I should start. Thanks in advance


searching for Johann Niklaus BLUHM and Dorothea Sophie NEUHAUS #germany

Laura Nielsen <yayitacolombiana@...>
 

Hello GerSig, I just joined the group. I am originally >from Colombia,
but currently reside in the United States, and I speak English and
Spanish.
I am searching for the actual city of origin for my ancestor: Jorge
Guillermo BLUHM. Catholic Church records in Colombia and Venezuela
list him as a German Jew, but a city is never mentioned. His marriage
record lists his parents as Johann Niklaus BLUHM and Dorothea Sophie
NEUHAUS. Jorge Guillermo was born around 1820, and died in Colombia
around 1900. I had not been aware of my ancestor's heritage until
recently, when looking at his marriage record, which details his oath
to allow his wife to raise their children in the Catholic religion.
Consequently, I found government records on google books that detail
his citizenship and status in Colombia as a foreigner.
Thank you for any help you may be able to provide. I have searched the
databases both within Jewishgen.org, ancestry.com and
familysearch.com, without results.

Laura E. Nielsen, Houston, Texas, USA. yayitacolombiana@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany searching for Johann Niklaus BLUHM and Dorothea Sophie NEUHAUS #germany

Laura Nielsen <yayitacolombiana@...>
 

Hello GerSig, I just joined the group. I am originally >from Colombia,
but currently reside in the United States, and I speak English and
Spanish.
I am searching for the actual city of origin for my ancestor: Jorge
Guillermo BLUHM. Catholic Church records in Colombia and Venezuela
list him as a German Jew, but a city is never mentioned. His marriage
record lists his parents as Johann Niklaus BLUHM and Dorothea Sophie
NEUHAUS. Jorge Guillermo was born around 1820, and died in Colombia
around 1900. I had not been aware of my ancestor's heritage until
recently, when looking at his marriage record, which details his oath
to allow his wife to raise their children in the Catholic religion.
Consequently, I found government records on google books that detail
his citizenship and status in Colombia as a foreigner.
Thank you for any help you may be able to provide. I have searched the
databases both within Jewishgen.org, ancestry.com and
familysearch.com, without results.

Laura E. Nielsen, Houston, Texas, USA. yayitacolombiana@gmail.com


Researching Berlin editor Alfred BRIE (1870-1942) #germany

Raphael Thurm
 

Hello,

My great-great grandfather Alfred BRIE (1870-1942) was a Berlin-based
editor, journalist, and contributor for the German comic magazines
Tornistor Humor, Lustige Blatter, and Das Kleine Witzblatt, from
1900-1930.

I am trying to find more information regarding my ancestor's literary
career, and I have been searching google-books and eBay (in German),
in addition to several German-language book-selling sites.

I was wondering if there is any way that I can reach out to the
original publishers of these German magazines to find out if there are
any existing biographical records or documentation regarding my
ancestor? I have already reached out the Berlin Landesarchiv but
without success. I would be grateful if anyone could advise me as to
where I should start.

Thanks in advance, Raphael Thurm littletalmid@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Researching Berlin editor Alfred BRIE (1870-1942) #germany

Raphael Thurm
 

Hello,

My great-great grandfather Alfred BRIE (1870-1942) was a Berlin-based
editor, journalist, and contributor for the German comic magazines
Tornistor Humor, Lustige Blatter, and Das Kleine Witzblatt, from
1900-1930.

I am trying to find more information regarding my ancestor's literary
career, and I have been searching google-books and eBay (in German),
in addition to several German-language book-selling sites.

I was wondering if there is any way that I can reach out to the
original publishers of these German magazines to find out if there are
any existing biographical records or documentation regarding my
ancestor? I have already reached out the Berlin Landesarchiv but
without success. I would be grateful if anyone could advise me as to
where I should start.

Thanks in advance, Raphael Thurm littletalmid@gmail.com


Galician Dental Schools? #galicia

Alexander Sharon
 

Steve Jaron wrote:

... My great-grandmother's brother was a dentist in Stanislawow.
Where would he probably have gone to school?
Two Galicia based Universities: Jagiellonian University in Krakow and
Jan Kazimierz University in Lwow have been educating future dental
specialists through their medical schools.

In addition, Warsaw based Government Institute of Dentistry, later
re-named as Stomatology Academy trained mostly Polish dentists. Not
all Jewish students have been accepted to study dentistry and
stomatology in Poland since during interwar period Jews were subject
to "numerus clausus" racist restrictions. Hence many Jewish students
were studying abroad.

BTW, on Logan's Genealogy Indexer

http://genealogyindexer.org/directories

There are several Polish interwar medical, incl. dentist databases. I
believe their respective Alma Maters are also listed.

For example:

Poland 1931 Medical Book (Polish Physicians, Dentist and Pharmacists)

http://www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=72527

Hope this helps.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Galician Dental Schools? #galicia

Alexander Sharon
 

Steve Jaron wrote:

... My great-grandmother's brother was a dentist in Stanislawow.
Where would he probably have gone to school?
Two Galicia based Universities: Jagiellonian University in Krakow and
Jan Kazimierz University in Lwow have been educating future dental
specialists through their medical schools.

In addition, Warsaw based Government Institute of Dentistry, later
re-named as Stomatology Academy trained mostly Polish dentists. Not
all Jewish students have been accepted to study dentistry and
stomatology in Poland since during interwar period Jews were subject
to "numerus clausus" racist restrictions. Hence many Jewish students
were studying abroad.

BTW, on Logan's Genealogy Indexer

http://genealogyindexer.org/directories

There are several Polish interwar medical, incl. dentist databases. I
believe their respective Alma Maters are also listed.

For example:

Poland 1931 Medical Book (Polish Physicians, Dentist and Pharmacists)

http://www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=72527

Hope this helps.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB

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