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Czechoslovak Refugees in England-WWII #hungary

Gabriela Svatos
 

Here is an interesting listing of those who fled to England (mostly before
the war). I was able to find some of my grandmother's PREISS cousins >from
Zilina:

PREIS Erwin 1925
PREIS Etela 1905
PREIS František 1926
PREIS Franz 1922
PREIS Josef 1883
PREISS Erich 1927
PREISS Gertrude 1923
PREISS Lilly 1924
PREISS Valerie 1895

as well as some other surnames which appear regularly on the SIGs

PRAŠILova) BIHELLER Květuše 1915
VARGA Bela 1942
VARGA Charles 1940
VARGA Irene 1935
VARGA Jan 1932
VARGA Julia 1914
VARGA Vojtěch 1909

Here is the URL:

http://www.geocities.com/czechandslovakthings/WW2_CRTF_regind.htm

Regards,
Gabi

Gabriela Svatos
Richmond Hill, Ontario
E-mail: gsvatos@hotmail.com
Business E-mail: bookstore@agawa.com
Business URL: www.abe.com/home/GSVATOS


Hungary SIG #Hungary Czechoslovak Refugees in England-WWII #hungary

Gabriela Svatos
 

Here is an interesting listing of those who fled to England (mostly before
the war). I was able to find some of my grandmother's PREISS cousins >from
Zilina:

PREIS Erwin 1925
PREIS Etela 1905
PREIS František 1926
PREIS Franz 1922
PREIS Josef 1883
PREISS Erich 1927
PREISS Gertrude 1923
PREISS Lilly 1924
PREISS Valerie 1895

as well as some other surnames which appear regularly on the SIGs

PRAŠILova) BIHELLER Květuše 1915
VARGA Bela 1942
VARGA Charles 1940
VARGA Irene 1935
VARGA Jan 1932
VARGA Julia 1914
VARGA Vojtěch 1909

Here is the URL:

http://www.geocities.com/czechandslovakthings/WW2_CRTF_regind.htm

Regards,
Gabi

Gabriela Svatos
Richmond Hill, Ontario
E-mail: gsvatos@hotmail.com
Business E-mail: bookstore@agawa.com
Business URL: www.abe.com/home/GSVATOS


Czechoslovak Brigades in Britain #hungary

Gabriela Svatos
 

This is a very interesting addendum to a list of Czechoslovak troops in
Britain during WWII. Many of the names appear jewish:

DEUTSCH
DEUTELBAUM
DUSCHINSKY
EHRENTHAL...

Here is the URL:

http://www.geocities.com/czechandslovakthings/WW2_CzSkB_lst_chol1a.htm

Regards,
Gabi

Gabriela Svatos
Richmond Hill, Ontario
E-mail: gsvatos@hotmail.com
Business E-mail: bookstore@agawa.com
Business URL: www.abe.com/home/GSVATOS


Hungary SIG #Hungary Czechoslovak Brigades in Britain #hungary

Gabriela Svatos
 

This is a very interesting addendum to a list of Czechoslovak troops in
Britain during WWII. Many of the names appear jewish:

DEUTSCH
DEUTELBAUM
DUSCHINSKY
EHRENTHAL...

Here is the URL:

http://www.geocities.com/czechandslovakthings/WW2_CzSkB_lst_chol1a.htm

Regards,
Gabi

Gabriela Svatos
Richmond Hill, Ontario
E-mail: gsvatos@hotmail.com
Business E-mail: bookstore@agawa.com
Business URL: www.abe.com/home/GSVATOS


Surname TURK #hungary

Barbara & Steve Wasser <swasser@...>
 

Marian,

Noticed your post on HSig regarding TURK. Do you have in your data
base who might have live in Pittsburgh in the 30's, 40's and 50's?
My grandmother had a good friend with that surname, I don't remember
the first name but it could have been Sadye. We don't know if she
was related or not. The family names of my grandparents were
ROSENFELD and KLEE. Anything ring bells?

Thanks,

Barbara who tried to send this note privately but it bounced. Sorry
for the intrusion.



Subject: Re: Tallya and Mad
From: Marian Brown <brownm@peoplepc.com>
Date: Thu, 03 Jun 2004 15:41:57 -0400
X-Message-Number: 2

Dear Diane,

I haven't visited these towns but I have ancestors -- surname TURK --
from Mad and Satoraljaujhely who emigrated in the 1870s and 1880s. If
you happen upon any TURK material, please let me know.

TX,
Marian Brown
Cincinnati, OH
Barbara & Steve Wasser
swasser@nycap.rr.com
Niskayuna NY

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Hungary SIG #Hungary Surname TURK #hungary

Barbara & Steve Wasser <swasser@...>
 

Marian,

Noticed your post on HSig regarding TURK. Do you have in your data
base who might have live in Pittsburgh in the 30's, 40's and 50's?
My grandmother had a good friend with that surname, I don't remember
the first name but it could have been Sadye. We don't know if she
was related or not. The family names of my grandparents were
ROSENFELD and KLEE. Anything ring bells?

Thanks,

Barbara who tried to send this note privately but it bounced. Sorry
for the intrusion.



Subject: Re: Tallya and Mad
From: Marian Brown <brownm@peoplepc.com>
Date: Thu, 03 Jun 2004 15:41:57 -0400
X-Message-Number: 2

Dear Diane,

I haven't visited these towns but I have ancestors -- surname TURK --
from Mad and Satoraljaujhely who emigrated in the 1870s and 1880s. If
you happen upon any TURK material, please let me know.

TX,
Marian Brown
Cincinnati, OH
Barbara & Steve Wasser
swasser@nycap.rr.com
Niskayuna NY

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Re: MENDEL roots from Transylvanya #hungary

Winter Peter <winterpeeter@...>
 

Dear Anat Rosen,



Recently I found out that my great grand-father was born in
S?n Nikl?us T. Mic?,Transylvania.
What you are looking for, is Betlenszentmiklos (HUN), Sanmiclaus (ROM),
Klosdorf or Betelsdorf (GER), and Klosdref or Kluisderf (SAX)

T(arnava) Mica (Kis Kukullo - HUN, Klein Kokel - GER.) is a river, but in
this case is the name of the former county. (When Transylvania became part
of Romania, in the first period, they kept the old
territorial-admimistrative structure. Today Sanmiclaus is in Alba county. It
still has the old Bethlen-castle, and it's wine is one of the bests (dry
white).


I also was informed that Yosef MENDEL is buried in TYRGU-MURESH
but I couldn't film the tomb yet .
I have photographed the Otrhodox Cemetery in Targu-Mures (Marosvasarhely -
HUN, Neumarkt - GER.)
There is a Mendel Shosha (daughter of Tzvi), wife of Iosef Asenfeld,
There is also a Mendel Ionah (In the register is Jozsef), son of Menachem
Moshe, died in 1932. (But this latter could be Mendelsohn too.)

I can find no other Mendels there, but most of the stones do not mention the
family-name.

In the Neolog Cemetery there is a Mendel Jozsef, who died in 5674 Nisan
14th. (1914.) And Mendel Jozsef, who died in 5692 Av 1st (1932) , and
another Mendel Jozsef, who died in 5670, Tammuz 7th, (1910.) But I do not
have photo of those.
All together, there are 11 persons with Mendel family-name burried in the
Neolog Cemetery.

I think that's all.
Best wishes,
Peter Winter
researcher
Budapest

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Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: MENDEL roots from Transylvanya #hungary

Winter Peter <winterpeeter@...>
 

Dear Anat Rosen,



Recently I found out that my great grand-father was born in
S?n Nikl?us T. Mic?,Transylvania.
What you are looking for, is Betlenszentmiklos (HUN), Sanmiclaus (ROM),
Klosdorf or Betelsdorf (GER), and Klosdref or Kluisderf (SAX)

T(arnava) Mica (Kis Kukullo - HUN, Klein Kokel - GER.) is a river, but in
this case is the name of the former county. (When Transylvania became part
of Romania, in the first period, they kept the old
territorial-admimistrative structure. Today Sanmiclaus is in Alba county. It
still has the old Bethlen-castle, and it's wine is one of the bests (dry
white).


I also was informed that Yosef MENDEL is buried in TYRGU-MURESH
but I couldn't film the tomb yet .
I have photographed the Otrhodox Cemetery in Targu-Mures (Marosvasarhely -
HUN, Neumarkt - GER.)
There is a Mendel Shosha (daughter of Tzvi), wife of Iosef Asenfeld,
There is also a Mendel Ionah (In the register is Jozsef), son of Menachem
Moshe, died in 1932. (But this latter could be Mendelsohn too.)

I can find no other Mendels there, but most of the stones do not mention the
family-name.

In the Neolog Cemetery there is a Mendel Jozsef, who died in 5674 Nisan
14th. (1914.) And Mendel Jozsef, who died in 5692 Av 1st (1932) , and
another Mendel Jozsef, who died in 5670, Tammuz 7th, (1910.) But I do not
have photo of those.
All together, there are 11 persons with Mendel family-name burried in the
Neolog Cemetery.

I think that's all.
Best wishes,
Peter Winter
researcher
Budapest

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WILDER in Brooklyn, NY #general

Joyce Eastman
 

I recently tried to contact JGFF Researcher 56105 regarding her posting
about WILDER in Brooklyn, NY, and my e-mail bounced. Hopefully they will
read this message and contact me. It is possible that we may have some
information to share.

Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL USA

MODERATOR NOTE: Non-working email addresses in the JGFF should also
be reported to
LostNFound@lyris.jewishgen.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen WILDER in Brooklyn, NY #general

Joyce Eastman
 

I recently tried to contact JGFF Researcher 56105 regarding her posting
about WILDER in Brooklyn, NY, and my e-mail bounced. Hopefully they will
read this message and contact me. It is possible that we may have some
information to share.

Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL USA

MODERATOR NOTE: Non-working email addresses in the JGFF should also
be reported to
LostNFound@lyris.jewishgen.org


Tallya #hungary

Viviana Grosz-Gluckman <grosz_chai@...>
 

Hello,

Some months ago, a researcher, whose name I don't
remember, posted a message about going to Tallya to
look up her Grosz ancestors. We exchanged privately a
couple of messages to see if we were related at all.
At that time, I only knew that my father's family was
from Golop and Miskolc, but just a month ago I found
out >from my mother that my grandparents (Ilka and Jeno
Grosz) or great granfather (Adolph Grosz) owned a mill
and some land in Tallya.

I would like to get in touch with the person who went
to Tallya to look up her great grandfather's grave;
perhaps, there is a connection after all.
Please note that this is not connected to message #2
of h-sig digest: June 03, 2004.

Also, I would appreciate if someone could advice me
where to start inquiring about the Grosz family who
owned a mill in Tallya.

Thanks,
Viviana Grosz
(researcher 101332)
New Jersey

Moderator: Please contact Viviana off-list to provide contact info.


Spouses' parents' names #general

IsraelP <isai8v10@...>
 

A few days ago, I was contacted by someone who had seen David AUGENBLICK in my
data on FTJP. I could not tell him anything much about the family of this
man, who was married to a cousin of my grandfather.

While we were speaking, I mentioned that one Rebecca Augenblick was the mother
of Samuel Greenberg, who was married to Rosa Pikholz and that the last I had
on that couple was >from the 1920 census, along with their young son Max.
Turns out that my new contact indeed knew this family, though he had the son's
given name as Martin, which explains why I haven't been able to find thim.

I don't generally list the names of spouses' parents, although I have them
noted in my database when I know them, but here is a good example why we
should include those as individual entries. Had I not had a different
Augenblick entirely, we would never have found the Augenblick which was of
interest to both of us.

I don't know that I will begin chasing down the ones I don't know, but I do
plan to revise my database over time to include those spouses' parents' names
which I know anyway.

Israel Pickholtz


Hungary SIG #Hungary Tallya #hungary

Viviana Grosz-Gluckman <grosz_chai@...>
 

Hello,

Some months ago, a researcher, whose name I don't
remember, posted a message about going to Tallya to
look up her Grosz ancestors. We exchanged privately a
couple of messages to see if we were related at all.
At that time, I only knew that my father's family was
from Golop and Miskolc, but just a month ago I found
out >from my mother that my grandparents (Ilka and Jeno
Grosz) or great granfather (Adolph Grosz) owned a mill
and some land in Tallya.

I would like to get in touch with the person who went
to Tallya to look up her great grandfather's grave;
perhaps, there is a connection after all.
Please note that this is not connected to message #2
of h-sig digest: June 03, 2004.

Also, I would appreciate if someone could advice me
where to start inquiring about the Grosz family who
owned a mill in Tallya.

Thanks,
Viviana Grosz
(researcher 101332)
New Jersey

Moderator: Please contact Viviana off-list to provide contact info.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Spouses' parents' names #general

IsraelP <isai8v10@...>
 

A few days ago, I was contacted by someone who had seen David AUGENBLICK in my
data on FTJP. I could not tell him anything much about the family of this
man, who was married to a cousin of my grandfather.

While we were speaking, I mentioned that one Rebecca Augenblick was the mother
of Samuel Greenberg, who was married to Rosa Pikholz and that the last I had
on that couple was >from the 1920 census, along with their young son Max.
Turns out that my new contact indeed knew this family, though he had the son's
given name as Martin, which explains why I haven't been able to find thim.

I don't generally list the names of spouses' parents, although I have them
noted in my database when I know them, but here is a good example why we
should include those as individual entries. Had I not had a different
Augenblick entirely, we would never have found the Augenblick which was of
interest to both of us.

I don't know that I will begin chasing down the ones I don't know, but I do
plan to revise my database over time to include those spouses' parents' names
which I know anyway.

Israel Pickholtz


Re: to Mario Konig's question #hungary

Susanna Vendel <svendel@...>
 

As Gabor Hirsch mentioned earlier, the young Istvan Balogh may be able to help you. He is one of the persons who has an extensive material about=20
Bekesmegye or any place in this region. Let me know if you want to have his e-mail address.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm

Moderator: Please contact Susanna off-list.


Finding Hungarian book #hungary

korman <korman3@...>
 

Apparently some distant relatives of mine have some personal information
listed in a Hungarian book called

"Ungvár és Ung vármegye: Ungvár és Ung vármeghye községei

Could someone make suggestions on how I might find this book in some
library in the USA? If I could locate it, I might be able to get it via
interlibrary loan.

All help is appreciated.

Debbi Korman
Van Nuys, CA

PS the information came >from that wonderful resource, RadixIndex


Rabbi Moshe, brother of Great Aaron #rabbinic

chaikin <chaikin@...>
 

Dear all.

I am descendant of Rabbi Moshe, who married a daughter of Chaim
Chaikel (died in Amdur 1787).

I think that Rabbi Moshe was born 1738 (two years after his
brother), and maybe died in Tiberias 1778. I think that he was
married twice. Do anyone have material about my ancestor?

Best regards,
Udi Cain (Chaikin), Israel


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: to Mario Konig's question #hungary

Susanna Vendel <svendel@...>
 

As Gabor Hirsch mentioned earlier, the young Istvan Balogh may be able to help you. He is one of the persons who has an extensive material about=20
Bekesmegye or any place in this region. Let me know if you want to have his e-mail address.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm

Moderator: Please contact Susanna off-list.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Finding Hungarian book #hungary

korman <korman3@...>
 

Apparently some distant relatives of mine have some personal information
listed in a Hungarian book called

"Ungvár és Ung vármegye: Ungvár és Ung vármeghye községei

Could someone make suggestions on how I might find this book in some
library in the USA? If I could locate it, I might be able to get it via
interlibrary loan.

All help is appreciated.

Debbi Korman
Van Nuys, CA

PS the information came >from that wonderful resource, RadixIndex


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Rabbi Moshe, brother of Great Aaron #rabbinic

chaikin <chaikin@...>
 

Dear all.

I am descendant of Rabbi Moshe, who married a daughter of Chaim
Chaikel (died in Amdur 1787).

I think that Rabbi Moshe was born 1738 (two years after his
brother), and maybe died in Tiberias 1778. I think that he was
married twice. Do anyone have material about my ancestor?

Best regards,
Udi Cain (Chaikin), Israel