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Thank you all BERMAN BEHRMANN found #general

REDCO@...
 

Subject: Thank you all - Berman Behrmann found
From: "Anita Redlich" redco@aol.com

After over 10 years of "trying" to locate my mother and her family coming to
this country, I finally succeeded thanks to you all and finally a trip to New
York. The search formally began with gusto when the Ellis Island site went
on the internet. All I found at that time was when my grandfather, Isaac
Berman, came to this country in 1904. I had written for and received all the
family's death certificates (except one Uncle that died in Florida--which is
hopefully pending). I knew >from my mother's death certificate (died 1935) and my
grandfather's arrival in the States that he came >from Libau, Latvia. I was
never able to find a naturalization for my Grandfather. One of my mother's
brothers, Samuel Berman, had actually been born in the US. When I received his
death certificate it gave the date of birth (1908) and most of my research for
my mother and grandmother's entry to this country centered around the years
before his birth date. When I wrote to try to New York to get his birth record
it was to no avail. When I finally made the decision to take a trip into New
York, one of the wonderful Jewishgenners told me he would meet me and show me
around the Chamber Street record office. It became as simple as wonderful as
eating New York cheesecake. >from the Date of Birth, rather than >from the name
Samuel Berman, up popped a birth certificate for a "Baby Behrman." It
showed that the baby had been born in a doctor's office on August 1, 1908. MY
grandmother's name was listed as Sara ("C" Koef?) and her residence at 245-249
East 110th Street. My grandfather's name was also on the birth certificate as
Isaac Behrman. >from that information I went back to the Ellis Island site
and was able to find my Grandmother and my mother and three of her brothers
and a Dovid (who I think might be a cousin?) all coming in >from "Wirginain,
Curland, on the ship Korea, in 1907. Of course as much as this finding answered
my question as to when my mother actually came to this country -- it also has
posed other questions and has not answered or given clues to all the other
questions I have about this complicated family, most of whom died in the 1940's
and those that lived slightly longer, did not want to speak about their family.
Thank you all for your very wonderful suggestions, help and inspiration as I
continue the search. Two of the brothers and David were in the Military, I
have addresses where they were stationed, but so far have been unable to locate
information that would help lead me to their naturalization papers. ... and
after that it would be great to get to the Latvian records. Best regards to
you all and thank you.

Sincerely, Anita Redlich
Searching BERMAN, BEHRMAN, FRIEDMAN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank you all BERMAN BEHRMANN found #general

REDCO@...
 

Subject: Thank you all - Berman Behrmann found
From: "Anita Redlich" redco@aol.com

After over 10 years of "trying" to locate my mother and her family coming to
this country, I finally succeeded thanks to you all and finally a trip to New
York. The search formally began with gusto when the Ellis Island site went
on the internet. All I found at that time was when my grandfather, Isaac
Berman, came to this country in 1904. I had written for and received all the
family's death certificates (except one Uncle that died in Florida--which is
hopefully pending). I knew >from my mother's death certificate (died 1935) and my
grandfather's arrival in the States that he came >from Libau, Latvia. I was
never able to find a naturalization for my Grandfather. One of my mother's
brothers, Samuel Berman, had actually been born in the US. When I received his
death certificate it gave the date of birth (1908) and most of my research for
my mother and grandmother's entry to this country centered around the years
before his birth date. When I wrote to try to New York to get his birth record
it was to no avail. When I finally made the decision to take a trip into New
York, one of the wonderful Jewishgenners told me he would meet me and show me
around the Chamber Street record office. It became as simple as wonderful as
eating New York cheesecake. >from the Date of Birth, rather than >from the name
Samuel Berman, up popped a birth certificate for a "Baby Behrman." It
showed that the baby had been born in a doctor's office on August 1, 1908. MY
grandmother's name was listed as Sara ("C" Koef?) and her residence at 245-249
East 110th Street. My grandfather's name was also on the birth certificate as
Isaac Behrman. >from that information I went back to the Ellis Island site
and was able to find my Grandmother and my mother and three of her brothers
and a Dovid (who I think might be a cousin?) all coming in >from "Wirginain,
Curland, on the ship Korea, in 1907. Of course as much as this finding answered
my question as to when my mother actually came to this country -- it also has
posed other questions and has not answered or given clues to all the other
questions I have about this complicated family, most of whom died in the 1940's
and those that lived slightly longer, did not want to speak about their family.
Thank you all for your very wonderful suggestions, help and inspiration as I
continue the search. Two of the brothers and David were in the Military, I
have addresses where they were stationed, but so far have been unable to locate
information that would help lead me to their naturalization papers. ... and
after that it would be great to get to the Latvian records. Best regards to
you all and thank you.

Sincerely, Anita Redlich
Searching BERMAN, BEHRMAN, FRIEDMAN


ViewMate 4275 - 4278 - 4279 #general

Eliana Aizim
 

Dear Genners,

I have posted three photos at ViewMate. Please see if you can
recognize my great-grandparents in the photos that are in the
following URL:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4275
Please translate >from Russian the back side of the previous photos
that are in the following URLs:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4278
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4279

You may respond to me privately at: aizim@uol.com.br
Eliana Aizim, >from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
see photo album: http://www.geocities.com/elianaaizim/photo2.html

Searching: AISEN, AIZEN, AISIN: Lugansk, Ekaterinoslav Gubernia, Ukraine /
Buenos Aires, Argentina / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; GUREVICH: Lugansk (Voroshilovgrad), Ekaterinoslav Gubernia, Ukraine / USA; VATNICK, VAITMAN,
WHITE: Pischonka, Zabokrich, Kryzhopol, Podolia Gubernia, Ukraine /
Toronto, Canada; AVERBUCH: Zabokrich, Kryzhopol, Podolia Gubernia,
Ukraine / Colonia Quatro Irmaos, RS, Brazil.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate 4275 - 4278 - 4279 #general

Eliana Aizim
 

Dear Genners,

I have posted three photos at ViewMate. Please see if you can
recognize my great-grandparents in the photos that are in the
following URL:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4275
Please translate >from Russian the back side of the previous photos
that are in the following URLs:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4278
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=4279

You may respond to me privately at: aizim@uol.com.br
Eliana Aizim, >from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
see photo album: http://www.geocities.com/elianaaizim/photo2.html

Searching: AISEN, AIZEN, AISIN: Lugansk, Ekaterinoslav Gubernia, Ukraine /
Buenos Aires, Argentina / Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; GUREVICH: Lugansk (Voroshilovgrad), Ekaterinoslav Gubernia, Ukraine / USA; VATNICK, VAITMAN,
WHITE: Pischonka, Zabokrich, Kryzhopol, Podolia Gubernia, Ukraine /
Toronto, Canada; AVERBUCH: Zabokrich, Kryzhopol, Podolia Gubernia,
Ukraine / Colonia Quatro Irmaos, RS, Brazil.


Visiting YIVO #general

Rabbi Gary M. Gans <rabbigans@...>
 

I am preparing for a trip to YIVO and am overwhelmed. What is the best way
to prepare for a one-day visit?

I am interested in families 1/2 Litvak and 1/2 Galitzianer and know the
specific shtetls, and have already gleaned JRI and ALD.

Todah Rabah,

Gary

Rabbi Gary M. Gans
Marlton, NJ

rabbigans@NOSPAMcomcast.net please remove NOSPAM to reply!


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Visiting YIVO #general

Rabbi Gary M. Gans <rabbigans@...>
 

I am preparing for a trip to YIVO and am overwhelmed. What is the best way
to prepare for a one-day visit?

I am interested in families 1/2 Litvak and 1/2 Galitzianer and know the
specific shtetls, and have already gleaned JRI and ALD.

Todah Rabah,

Gary

Rabbi Gary M. Gans
Marlton, NJ

rabbigans@NOSPAMcomcast.net please remove NOSPAM to reply!


JUTER SURNAME #lithuania

Beryl.b <balden@...>
 

I have found 11 female JUTERs listed on the Ellis Island Database
having arrived in the U.S.A. >from Krakowa, Wilna, Ukmerge and Riga
between 1905 - 1923.

These women obviously married and
their surnames were therefore probably changed.

If anyone can identify with this Surname
and the towns of origin during those dates, please contact me.

Thank you.
Beryl Juter Baleson
balden@zahav.net.il
Israel.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania JUTER SURNAME #lithuania

Beryl.b <balden@...>
 

I have found 11 female JUTERs listed on the Ellis Island Database
having arrived in the U.S.A. >from Krakowa, Wilna, Ukmerge and Riga
between 1905 - 1923.

These women obviously married and
their surnames were therefore probably changed.

If anyone can identify with this Surname
and the towns of origin during those dates, please contact me.

Thank you.
Beryl Juter Baleson
balden@zahav.net.il
Israel.

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


JRI-Poland Research Guide now available in four languages #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Jewish Records Indexing-Poland is pleased to announce the 2004 edition
of the JRI-Poland Research Guide is now available online -- in four languages.
The guides are in PDF format and may be downloaded >from the home page at
www.jri-poland.org

The English version of the Research Guide has been updated and distributed
each year to attendees at the International Jewish Genealogical Conferences,
as well as made available on our website. We hope the French, Hebrew and
Spanish editions will make it possible for many more family historians with
an interest in Polish Jewish research to become familiar with the activities
of JRI-Poland as well as to learn some of the basic research techniques
outlined in the guide.

On behalf of JRI-Poland I would like to express our sincerest appreciation
to the world-wide group of contributors to the four versions of the
Research Guide. They are:

* Morris Spector, Connecticut, the graphic designer for the Research Guide
since the first of the annual editions was published in 1998.

* Serge Reich and Nicole Berline of France for the French translation.

* Yocheved Klausner of Israel for the Hebrew translation.

* Carlos Glikson of Argentina for the Spanish translation.

* Susan Garfield Shulman of D-Zign, Montreal, for her valued assistance
in the layout of the French and Spanish editions.

And, of course, thanks to our webmaster, Earl Wertheimer for bringing
the guides to life on our website in such a colorful fashion.

We urge all friends of JRI-Poland to bring the Research Guide to the
attention of fellow researchers, family members and friends -- those
active in genealogy as well as others who may not be aware of the
treasures that are available in the Jewish records of Poland.

Stanley Diamond
Executive Director, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland JRI-Poland Research Guide now available in four languages #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Jewish Records Indexing-Poland is pleased to announce the 2004 edition
of the JRI-Poland Research Guide is now available online -- in four languages.
The guides are in PDF format and may be downloaded >from the home page at
www.jri-poland.org

The English version of the Research Guide has been updated and distributed
each year to attendees at the International Jewish Genealogical Conferences,
as well as made available on our website. We hope the French, Hebrew and
Spanish editions will make it possible for many more family historians with
an interest in Polish Jewish research to become familiar with the activities
of JRI-Poland as well as to learn some of the basic research techniques
outlined in the guide.

On behalf of JRI-Poland I would like to express our sincerest appreciation
to the world-wide group of contributors to the four versions of the
Research Guide. They are:

* Morris Spector, Connecticut, the graphic designer for the Research Guide
since the first of the annual editions was published in 1998.

* Serge Reich and Nicole Berline of France for the French translation.

* Yocheved Klausner of Israel for the Hebrew translation.

* Carlos Glikson of Argentina for the Spanish translation.

* Susan Garfield Shulman of D-Zign, Montreal, for her valued assistance
in the layout of the French and Spanish editions.

And, of course, thanks to our webmaster, Earl Wertheimer for bringing
the guides to life on our website in such a colorful fashion.

We urge all friends of JRI-Poland to bring the Research Guide to the
attention of fellow researchers, family members and friends -- those
active in genealogy as well as others who may not be aware of the
treasures that are available in the Jewish records of Poland.

Stanley Diamond
Executive Director, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Conference attendess at the Lodz Area Research Group SIG meeting #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

For some reason, I am having difficulty sending a group post to those who
will be attending the conference. This information was intended for them,
but others may be interested in the surnames the attendess are
researching.


I requested that the LARG meeting participants bring with them any records
or documents that contain surnames that others at the meeting are also
researching.

See the list of surnames at:
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lodz/attendee_surnames.htm

It is being updated every few days so check back.

Hope to see you there.

Roni

(Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz)
Scarsdale, New York
LARG Co-coordinator http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lodz/LARG.htm
Belchatow ShtetLink Coordinator
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/belchatow/
Belchatow Shtetl CO-OP Coordinator, Jewish Records Indexing- Poland,
http://www.jri-poland.org/belchatow.htm
Belchatow Yizkor Book Project Coordinator
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Belchatow/Belchatow.html
JRI-Poland Board Member http://www.jri-poland.org


JRI Poland #Poland Conference attendess at the Lodz Area Research Group SIG meeting #poland

Roni S. Liebowitz
 

For some reason, I am having difficulty sending a group post to those who
will be attending the conference. This information was intended for them,
but others may be interested in the surnames the attendess are
researching.


I requested that the LARG meeting participants bring with them any records
or documents that contain surnames that others at the meeting are also
researching.

See the list of surnames at:
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lodz/attendee_surnames.htm

It is being updated every few days so check back.

Hope to see you there.

Roni

(Mrs. Roni Seibel Liebowitz)
Scarsdale, New York
LARG Co-coordinator http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lodz/LARG.htm
Belchatow ShtetLink Coordinator
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/belchatow/
Belchatow Shtetl CO-OP Coordinator, Jewish Records Indexing- Poland,
http://www.jri-poland.org/belchatow.htm
Belchatow Yizkor Book Project Coordinator
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Belchatow/Belchatow.html
JRI-Poland Board Member http://www.jri-poland.org


POSNER births & death in London 1863, 1947 #unitedkingdom

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

I have been searching for my Miriam POSNER.
No luck: but I found these-might help someone

1) Leah: June 1863 Whitechapel 1c 403
2) Rachel Sept 1863 EWhitechapel 1c 367
3) Bertha Dec 1863 Hackney 1b 413
4) Jacob Dec 1863 Whitechapel 1c 329

and in Jan 1947 a death:

Solomon POSNER aged 74
Willesden 5f 729


Miriam Margolyes
London

searching: MICHALOWSKY, (MACLOW) HONIKMAN, FRIEND (Leeds)


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom POSNER births & death in London 1863, 1947 #unitedkingdom

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

I have been searching for my Miriam POSNER.
No luck: but I found these-might help someone

1) Leah: June 1863 Whitechapel 1c 403
2) Rachel Sept 1863 EWhitechapel 1c 367
3) Bertha Dec 1863 Hackney 1b 413
4) Jacob Dec 1863 Whitechapel 1c 329

and in Jan 1947 a death:

Solomon POSNER aged 74
Willesden 5f 729


Miriam Margolyes
London

searching: MICHALOWSKY, (MACLOW) HONIKMAN, FRIEND (Leeds)


FELDENHEIMER family #unitedkingdom

Adam Yamey <adamandlopa@...>
 

This is a query I am making on behalf of a friend in
the USA, who has helped me a lot with my genealogical
research, . Can anyone shed any light on the more
recent descendants of Ferdinand FELDENHEIMER? I.e. can
anyone add anything to the list of descendants below?

Probably it would be best to respond to me privately:

<adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>

Adam Yamey, London, UK


1 Ferdinand (Veis) FELDENHEIMER b: Apr 17, 1846
Hengstfeld Gr d: Oct 20, 1901 London Eng
.. +Lina UNKNOWN b: 1852 Wuertemberg Gr d: Jun 22,
1915 London Eng
......... 2 Willy FELDENHEIMER b: 1874 London Eng
d: 1943 London Eng
............. +Dorothy COLBRAN b: 1881 d: Apr 17,
1960 London Eng
......... 2 Jenny FELDENHEIMER b: Sep 1874 London
Eng d: May 4, 1875 London Eng
......... 2 Rose FELDENHEIMER b: 1877 London Eng
............. +Adolfo MARX b: 1865 m: Nov 15, 1900
London Eng
......... 2 Lilly FELDENHEIMER b: 1878 London Eng
............. +Albert PAPPENHEIM b: 1872 Aldingen Gr
m: May 1, 1902 London Eng d: 1945
.................... 3 Fred PAPPIN
........................ +Doris REIS
............................... 4 Derrick PAPPIN
............................... 4 Robert PAPPIN
............................... 4 Shiela PAPPIN
................................... +Unknown GOLGRING

............................................ 5 5
CHILDREN
......... 2 Lottie FELDENHEIMER b: 1879 London Eng
d: 1945 London Eng
............. +Eugen ARON b: 1875 m: Jul 25, 1904
London Eng d: 1940 London Eng
......... 2 Tacy FELDENHEIMER b: Aug 1882 London Eng
d: Dec 21, 1882 London Eng
......... 2 Dina FELDENHEIMER b: 1883
......... 2 Bernhardina FELDENHEIMER b: 1884 London
Eng
............. +Fritz BAER b: 1868 m: Jul 26, 1904
London Eng


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom FELDENHEIMER family #unitedkingdom

Adam Yamey <adamandlopa@...>
 

This is a query I am making on behalf of a friend in
the USA, who has helped me a lot with my genealogical
research, . Can anyone shed any light on the more
recent descendants of Ferdinand FELDENHEIMER? I.e. can
anyone add anything to the list of descendants below?

Probably it would be best to respond to me privately:

<adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>

Adam Yamey, London, UK


1 Ferdinand (Veis) FELDENHEIMER b: Apr 17, 1846
Hengstfeld Gr d: Oct 20, 1901 London Eng
.. +Lina UNKNOWN b: 1852 Wuertemberg Gr d: Jun 22,
1915 London Eng
......... 2 Willy FELDENHEIMER b: 1874 London Eng
d: 1943 London Eng
............. +Dorothy COLBRAN b: 1881 d: Apr 17,
1960 London Eng
......... 2 Jenny FELDENHEIMER b: Sep 1874 London
Eng d: May 4, 1875 London Eng
......... 2 Rose FELDENHEIMER b: 1877 London Eng
............. +Adolfo MARX b: 1865 m: Nov 15, 1900
London Eng
......... 2 Lilly FELDENHEIMER b: 1878 London Eng
............. +Albert PAPPENHEIM b: 1872 Aldingen Gr
m: May 1, 1902 London Eng d: 1945
.................... 3 Fred PAPPIN
........................ +Doris REIS
............................... 4 Derrick PAPPIN
............................... 4 Robert PAPPIN
............................... 4 Shiela PAPPIN
................................... +Unknown GOLGRING

............................................ 5 5
CHILDREN
......... 2 Lottie FELDENHEIMER b: 1879 London Eng
d: 1945 London Eng
............. +Eugen ARON b: 1875 m: Jul 25, 1904
London Eng d: 1940 London Eng
......... 2 Tacy FELDENHEIMER b: Aug 1882 London Eng
d: Dec 21, 1882 London Eng
......... 2 Dina FELDENHEIMER b: 1883
......... 2 Bernhardina FELDENHEIMER b: 1884 London
Eng
............. +Fritz BAER b: 1868 m: Jul 26, 1904
London Eng


searching for surname GOLDFLAM #latinamerica

Elizabeth Jackson
 

Dear members,

I am researching my mother's family which includes the
surname GOLDFLAM (my mother's aunt, nee KLEPFISZ,
married a GOLDFLAM in Poland).

Recently, I have found a source which sites the
surname GOLDFLAM as existing in Argentina.

Jewish cemeteries in Buenos Aires on line at
www.amia.org.ar/difuntos.asp lists the following:

from Cemetery Tablada -
GOLDFLAM, Fanny Clanart De Fecha 29/6/1945

I wonder if there are currently any GOLDFLAMs living
in Argentina? I wonder if these GOLDFLAMs might be
related to other GOLDFLAMs whose ancestry all stems
back to Warsaw Poland. My mother was always told by
her father that they had family living in South
America. She does not know the names of this family.

If you are familiar with this surname or have any
suggestions on how I can learn more about the
GOLDFLAMs
living in Argentina, please respond to me privately
at:

cattheater@yahoo.com

Thank you kindly!
Elizabeth Jackson
Tennessee, USA


MMODERATOR NOTE: If you have not entered the surnames/towns you are researching in the JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF, just posting a message to this mailing list is not all you can do! While the latamsig reaches 344 people, the JewishGen Family Finder is one of our most heavily visited sites. Between 1997 and Dec 31, 2003 the cumulative number of searches was 6,635,781 If anyone is seriously interested in researching their family history, the JGFF is a **must**. >from www.jewishgen.org/jgff click on ENTER/MODIFY and enter every surname you are researching. It matters not that you may not know the town of origin when you first enter your data....you can always update it later.


Latin America #LatinAmerica searching for surname GOLDFLAM #latinamerica

Elizabeth Jackson
 

Dear members,

I am researching my mother's family which includes the
surname GOLDFLAM (my mother's aunt, nee KLEPFISZ,
married a GOLDFLAM in Poland).

Recently, I have found a source which sites the
surname GOLDFLAM as existing in Argentina.

Jewish cemeteries in Buenos Aires on line at
www.amia.org.ar/difuntos.asp lists the following:

from Cemetery Tablada -
GOLDFLAM, Fanny Clanart De Fecha 29/6/1945

I wonder if there are currently any GOLDFLAMs living
in Argentina? I wonder if these GOLDFLAMs might be
related to other GOLDFLAMs whose ancestry all stems
back to Warsaw Poland. My mother was always told by
her father that they had family living in South
America. She does not know the names of this family.

If you are familiar with this surname or have any
suggestions on how I can learn more about the
GOLDFLAMs
living in Argentina, please respond to me privately
at:

cattheater@yahoo.com

Thank you kindly!
Elizabeth Jackson
Tennessee, USA


MMODERATOR NOTE: If you have not entered the surnames/towns you are researching in the JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF, just posting a message to this mailing list is not all you can do! While the latamsig reaches 344 people, the JewishGen Family Finder is one of our most heavily visited sites. Between 1997 and Dec 31, 2003 the cumulative number of searches was 6,635,781 If anyone is seriously interested in researching their family history, the JGFF is a **must**. >from www.jewishgen.org/jgff click on ENTER/MODIFY and enter every surname you are researching. It matters not that you may not know the town of origin when you first enter your data....you can always update it later.


searching for surname INGBERG #latinamerica

Elizabeth Jackson
 

Dear members,

I am a new member to this site, though not a new
JewishGen researcher. I am researching my mother's
family which includes the surname INGBERG (my mother's
maiden name).

Recently, I have found two sources which site the
surname INGBERG as existing in Argentina.

Jewish cemeteries in Buenos Aires on line at
www.amia.org.ar/difuntos.asp lists the following:

from Cemetery Berazategui -
INGBERG, Marta Fecha 12/4/1995 Cemetery Berazategui

from Cemetery Tablada -
INGBERG, Cecilia (nee Flajszer) Fecha 15/7/1982
INGBERG David Fecha 23/8/1978
INGBERG Faiga Raquel(nee Weinberg) Fecha 30/11/1975
INGBERG Smerl Fecha 23/10/1951

Also, on JewishGen, >from Brest Dedications:
Sima INGBERG of Argentina is listed as a memorial
(1953) as Brisker Landsleit in Argentina

This leads me to believe that there are still INGBERGs
living in Argentina and, if so, they may be related to
my INGBERG family who originated in Poland. My mother
was always told by her father that they had family
living in South America.

If you are familiar with this surname or have any
suggestions on how I can learn more about the INGBERGs
living in Argentina, please respond to me privately
at:

cattheater@yahoo.com

Thank you kindly!
Elizabeth Jackson
Tennessee, USA


Latin America #LatinAmerica searching for surname INGBERG #latinamerica

Elizabeth Jackson
 

Dear members,

I am a new member to this site, though not a new
JewishGen researcher. I am researching my mother's
family which includes the surname INGBERG (my mother's
maiden name).

Recently, I have found two sources which site the
surname INGBERG as existing in Argentina.

Jewish cemeteries in Buenos Aires on line at
www.amia.org.ar/difuntos.asp lists the following:

from Cemetery Berazategui -
INGBERG, Marta Fecha 12/4/1995 Cemetery Berazategui

from Cemetery Tablada -
INGBERG, Cecilia (nee Flajszer) Fecha 15/7/1982
INGBERG David Fecha 23/8/1978
INGBERG Faiga Raquel(nee Weinberg) Fecha 30/11/1975
INGBERG Smerl Fecha 23/10/1951

Also, on JewishGen, >from Brest Dedications:
Sima INGBERG of Argentina is listed as a memorial
(1953) as Brisker Landsleit in Argentina

This leads me to believe that there are still INGBERGs
living in Argentina and, if so, they may be related to
my INGBERG family who originated in Poland. My mother
was always told by her father that they had family
living in South America.

If you are familiar with this surname or have any
suggestions on how I can learn more about the INGBERGs
living in Argentina, please respond to me privately
at:

cattheater@yahoo.com

Thank you kindly!
Elizabeth Jackson
Tennessee, USA