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looking for photos #photographs

Stefanie Sarason
 

To Whom It May Concern:
   My name is Stefanie Sarason and I am looking into my family history. My grandfather was Louis Jacob Newman, oldest son of Simon Newman and Rosa Cohen. He was born on June 4, 1898, was married three times. 
  I am writing to you to ask for help in seeing if you can possibly help me locate a picture of him. If it helps, I can send you a picture of his parents, and one of my brothers, who was always told that he looked like Louis.  Any help you could give would be greatly appreciated.
Sincerely Yours,
Stefanie E. Sarason


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Great Synagogue in London records #unitedkingdom

arnold friedman
 

hi, I need help in finding or how to find the marriage record for
dinah JACOBS who married in the Great Synagogue in London on 10 June
1903. I have the UK government marriage record, but i am looking for
the Great Synagogue record, so i can get more information on her
husband's family. I have been unable to find any information on
simon SHERATSKY (her husband) or variations of his name shown in the
UK marriage certificate besides this UK government marriage record..

In Canada and the US, Simon changed his name to Shereck and I have
substantial records for him in these locations.

more info, for those that are interested:
according to dinah JACOBS uk marriage record, simon SKERATSKY lived
prior to marriage at 24 jubilee street, mile end old town london.
Unfortunately in reviewing the 1901 census, there were no simons or
SHERATSKYs at 24 jubilee in 1901.

From simon SHERATSKY naturalization papers, I have his city of birth
as Pretokov, Poland in 1880. Simon's father is listed as asher
SHERATSKY.. cannot find any records of him either.
They were tailors, maybe furriers.

With more details on simon and asher, I could connect them back to
their polish roots/tree. I have tried ancestry, myheritage,jewishgen
and other searches without luck so far. I am a bit confused on how
to get the records for the Great Synagogue marriages.

I am also looking for the Great Synagogue marriage record for dinah
JACOBS father, morris JACOBS who married marianna green on 28 November
1977. Morris was also a tailor and father is Israel Jacobs (this
is from the Uk marriage record). Trying to find out more immediate
family members for morris so i can trace him back to Poland too

Help is greatly appreciated.

best,

arnold friedman
redwood city, california

cities of interest
London
Poland


Re: Moldova research from JewishGen #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Hello Bob, 

I am not sure what announcement you are talking about, but we usually are sending Revision List records and other updates to JewishGen twice a year.

In July of 2020 we send to JewishGen 7,525 Revision List records from 3,630 families and all of them are available at JewishGen!

In December of 2020 we sent updates to many databases, including 
12306 Revision records from 4219 families, 3407 Vital records (births) from different towns and more.  The last load is not yet moved to our database.  It takes some time to do.

You can see everything we sent to JewishGen in the News Archive: https://www.jewishgen.org/Bessarabia/ABT_newsArchive.asp?#205

We will update you when last December load will be available.

If you you want to help our translator to speed up this work, please let me or Inna Vayner.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
JewishGen Bessarabia group Leader and Coordinator


Re: Krakow records #records #galicia

Avraham Groll
 

You can also search the JewishGen Poland Database (https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Poland/) which has a significant Krakow collection (and which will be updated over the next month or so).
Avraham


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Re: Trouble Updating trees submitted to FTJP #general #guidelines

Michael Herzlich
 

Same problem here trying to update my tree from 2016.  Recently tried uploading replacement trees in November and earlier this month.  Both time the upload timed out but I received acknowledgements, but no updates happen.  If I could delete my old tree and then successfully upload the replacement that would be preferable to uploading a second copy of my tree.
--
Michael Herzlich
Delray Beach, Florida USA

Belarus - EPSTEIN, HELFAND, POLLACK
Galicia (Poland, Ukraine) - HERZLICH, TREIBER


Ethical Responsibilities of Genealogical Organizations during the Global COVID-19 Pandemic #education #guidelines

YaleZuss@...
 

The situation is actually a lot more complicated than has been suggested:
 
The two vaccines approved so far are effective at preventing serious symptoms from SARS-CoV-2, but the medical community is still waiting to see whether people who have been vaccinated can still spread the virus.  
The answer will probably come from Israel, where every adult should be vaccinated by the end of February; if it does, there should be a dramatic drop-off in new cases there within the next few weeks. The effect in the US should be the same.  Other vaccine candidates still in the pipe-line may be better at stopping the virus from spreading.  If one emerges that can stop transmission, it should be used preferentially to the two currently being administered; people who have received the first two may have to get the new one as well.
  
If people who have been vaccinated can still transmit the virus, the next open question comes into play: How long does the protection offered by the vaccines last?  At the rate of vaccination envisioned by Pres. Biden, we will reach "herd immunity" no earlier than August, i.e., eight months after vaccinations began.  If the vaccine doesn't provide at least eight months protection, and doesn't stop transmission, we'll be little closer to the end of the pandemic in August than we are now; some fraction of the public will be protected from serious consequences at any one time, but that's it.  People who have not been vaccinated, and those whose vaccine protection has been lost will remain vulnerable.
 
Plans for any face-to-face meetings during the coming summer ought to consider that this August may be little different from last August from the perspective of the pandemic.
 
Sorry, but that is the reality.
 
Yale Zussman
 


Re: Krakow records #records #galicia

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

I would advice yo follow Michael Hoffman's recommendation. If it does not yield results you should take a private researcher in Krakow.

Jacob Rosen

Jerusalem


Deportations in Poland during nazi occupation #holocaust #poland

Jorge Frankon
 

Please, I would like to know where can I find information or research
about deportations in Poland during nazi occupation.
I am looking for information of where members of my family Frankon,
Frenkel, Frankel, and Kowalsman may have been deported from Zuromin,
Mlawa and Raciaz, in Poland.
Many thanks,
Jorge Frankon
Buenos Aires, Argentina
jorgefrankon@...


Re: Sephardic resources new for 2021 Rootstech #sephardic #events #announcements

Schelly Talalay Dardashti
 

There will be several Sephardic talks and other Jewish genealogy talks. I am presenting Sephardic Resources; Todd Knowles is doing Jews of the Caribbean; Genie Milgrom is speaking; Rabbi Jordi Gendra Molina is speaking, etc. As always there will be numerous Ashkenazi-focused talks. But this year has a record-breaking number of Sephardic-focused programs.

Schelly Talalay Dardashti 
New Mexico


Re: Russian translation #translation #russia

Alexander Sharon
 

Michael,

It appears that name in the original document is Птица (Ptitsa) which in your translation show as translated Bird. IMHO family names are not subject to translation.
On the other hand, Shamuel is looking for translation of the document of family Pianica.

Alexander Sharon


Re: Tracing my GGF's first wife #general

pathetiq1@...
 

Hi Harlan, 

I can think of these possibilities :
1)  Abraham Cohen  did not arrive to NYC in 1888 but later (after all, Cohen is a very common surname), 
2) Peshe Cohen and her children  that arrived in 1892, were not related to your g grandfather (a different family) 
3) Peshe gave false ages for her children (not unusual in passenger lists) making them a couple of years younger. 

You write that in one of Abraham's children's marriage record,  the name of the mother was given as Anna Mabish. Peshe and Anna are very different names but this,  of course,  proves nothing. What about the other children. Perhaps if you could obtain death certificates you could verify her maiden name. 

I find it hard to believe that Abraham divorced his first wife. Most probably she died. If they were divorced you would have traced her in some later records (census, death etc.) 

--
Giannis Daropoulos 

Greece


New JewishGen Class starts Feb 7 - Feb 28 - INDEPENDENT STUDY #announcements #education #general

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers its popular Independent Study class - Feb 7 - Feb 28
W
rite your own project and work one-on-one with an instructor. 

https://www.jewishgen.org/education

 

This is Do-it-Yourself, computer-based, online instruction.

The instructor will provide you with individual handouts according to your research needs.

Students must feel comfortable using a computer and searching databases online.

 

Registration: Tuition is $150. Enrollment is limited (10 students). This class has students worldwide; the Forum is open 24/7.

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/edu-courses.asp

 

You may create any type of genealogical project: shtetl-based, one surname study, a variety of narrative reports or quests for missing family data. Let your imagination create a project around your research interests.

To apply, send the instructor your project details.

  • The Objectives you would like to achieve in 3 weeks.
  • Names dates and Places
  • Clues or Roadblocks
  • Records Searched
Send your proposed project and/or questions to Nancy Holden, Director of Education.--
Nancy Holden
Director of Education


Re: Krakow records #records #galicia

Michael Hoffman
 

Hi Yossi,

Do a search on the following website https://www.krakowjewishheritage.org/contact this website is specifically for researching our ancestors who originate from Krakow.

Michael Hoffman

Borehamwood,
HERTS UK

Researching SCHAMROTH, URVATER, MAJER Krakow, Poland, USA, Belguim, UK, Israel. 


Re: Ethical Responsibilities of Genealogical Organizations during the Global COVID-19 Pandemic #education #guidelines

Max Heffler
 

I appreciate Dr. Paul’s advocacy for our protection. My wife and I have decided we will not likely take any flights this year and a hybrid component would be helpful for those of use making this decision.

 

Max Heffler

Houston, TX

 

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Max Heffler
Houston, TX
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HEFFLER(Ukraine)/TIRAS(Poland)/WASSEMAN(Lithuania)/MOORE(Poland)/ZLOT(Lithuania)
GORENSTEIN(Ukraine)/FLEISCHMAN(Latvia)/GOLDEN(Lithuania)


Trouble Updating trees submitted to FTJP #general #guidelines

Rachel
 

Hi

For years I have had a tree on FTJP and since 2018 I have tried uploading a new version as I have found a complete branch is incorrect.  Last attempt was in October 2020 when I emailed the gedcom to the submissions email address.  I have checked my tree again and it is still wrong.  I have searched the FAQs but I can't find how to delete my tree.  Does anyone know how I can get this done please?
--
Rachel Poole
UK

Searching: LEVIN/E- Belarus, UK, SILVER - UK, Russia/Poland, COHEN- - Latvia, UK, LYPSYZC/LIFSHITS/LYONS - Belarus, UK, USA


Re: Ethical Responsibilities of Genealogical Organizations during the Global COVID-19 Pandemic #education #guidelines

lydgateaction@...
 

It's amazing how we have so easily slipped into a totalitarian mindset without any actual evidence at all. 
Showing vaccination certificates will become the equivalent of showing a pass in Apartheid South Africa or a yellow star for many of our family members. 

At the moment we know almost nothing about the long-term efficacy of available vaccines, their risks (in low risk people) in the real world,
whether they prevent transmission in any substantial way.. and a bunch of other things. A whole lot of science needs to be done before the yellow stars get handed out. 

The lessons from the last pandemics (for example involving Pandemrix) are largely undiscussed and many people never even know what even happened.  There were so many lessons that need learning from past experience not least of which the human and scientific ones. 

Dr Aubrey Blumsohn

Sheffield, UK

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