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Surname "Regensburg" #general

regensburg <regensburg@...>
 

Hoping to obtain information regarding Moses Regensburg (could have been
"berg") husband of Jeanette Liffman father of Ludwig (Louis on
naturalization papers) and Edward.

I have gone as far back as the 1860 Census where all but Moses are
listed. The information I have so far is that they were >from Frankfurt
and arrived here in the late 1850's however I cannot seem to obtain
information regarding their departure >from Germany (Prussia at the
time.) I have searched the German to America with no success and they
came before Ellis Island was opened. Any ideas?

Eileen Regensburg


help in Israel #general

Neil@...
 

Looking for archives for Kibut Givat Brenner and the sarona Colony (Tel
Aviv).

Thanks,
Neil ROSENSTEIN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Surname "Regensburg" #general

regensburg <regensburg@...>
 

Hoping to obtain information regarding Moses Regensburg (could have been
"berg") husband of Jeanette Liffman father of Ludwig (Louis on
naturalization papers) and Edward.

I have gone as far back as the 1860 Census where all but Moses are
listed. The information I have so far is that they were >from Frankfurt
and arrived here in the late 1850's however I cannot seem to obtain
information regarding their departure >from Germany (Prussia at the
time.) I have searched the German to America with no success and they
came before Ellis Island was opened. Any ideas?

Eileen Regensburg


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen help in Israel #general

Neil@...
 

Looking for archives for Kibut Givat Brenner and the sarona Colony (Tel
Aviv).

Thanks,
Neil ROSENSTEIN


Re: Galician AGAD marriage indices question #galicia

Mark Halpern <willie46@...>
 

Denise:

As you already know, starting in 1877 the information required in
the Galician vital record registers were standardized and
included the names of the parents for a marriage record. Prior to
1877, there was no established standard, so names of parents were
not required.

The template used by the AGAD Indexing team includes the names of
the father and mother of both the bride and groom. Therefore, if
the index does not include this information, you can assume that
the record did not include that information.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Archives Coordinator
JRI-Poland

----- Original Message -----
Has anyone ordered marriage indices through the AGAD project >from before
1877? Are the parents of the bride and groom shown? I found one of
interest, but only want to order it if the groom's parents' names are
listed. This record is >from Borschow, >from 1858.

Thanks very much,
Denise Azbill
Las Vegas, NV


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Galician AGAD marriage indices question #general

Mark Halpern <willie46@...>
 

Denise:

As you already know, starting in 1877 the information required in
the Galician vital record registers were standardized and
included the names of the parents for a marriage record. Prior to
1877, there was no established standard, so names of parents were
not required.

The template used by the AGAD Indexing team includes the names of
the father and mother of both the bride and groom. Therefore, if
the index does not include this information, you can assume that
the record did not include that information.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Archives Coordinator
JRI-Poland

----- Original Message -----
Has anyone ordered marriage indices through the AGAD project >from before
1877? Are the parents of the bride and groom shown? I found one of
interest, but only want to order it if the groom's parents' names are
listed. This record is >from Borschow, >from 1858.

Thanks very much,
Denise Azbill
Las Vegas, NV


Re: Swislocz - Sislevich in Yiddish #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz <idayosef@...>
 

See also The Shtetl Book edited by Diane K. Roskies and David Roskies,
probably out of print.
Ida


From: Bernard Lis [mailto:BerLis@...]
Sent: Saturday, November 15, 2003 10:41 PM


I just borrowed a copy of a book (paperback) called "Voices >from the
Yiddush", edited by Irving Howe and Eliezer Greenberg. Published by the
University of Michigan Press 1972..
it's a collection of essays, memoirs, diaries >from many different people.
One chapter that I read was"Swislocz: Portrait of a Shtetl" by abraham
Ain. This is the town that my father was from.

In the census of 1847 there were 997 Jews. in 1897 there were 2,086 Jews
out of a total of 3,099 people.
The book describes what life was like in about 21 pages.
No names are mentioned.

Bernie Lis
West Bloomfield, Michigan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Swislocz - Sislevich in Yiddish #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz <idayosef@...>
 

See also The Shtetl Book edited by Diane K. Roskies and David Roskies,
probably out of print.
Ida


From: Bernard Lis [mailto:BerLis@...]
Sent: Saturday, November 15, 2003 10:41 PM


I just borrowed a copy of a book (paperback) called "Voices >from the
Yiddush", edited by Irving Howe and Eliezer Greenberg. Published by the
University of Michigan Press 1972..
it's a collection of essays, memoirs, diaries >from many different people.
One chapter that I read was"Swislocz: Portrait of a Shtetl" by abraham
Ain. This is the town that my father was from.

In the census of 1847 there were 997 Jews. in 1897 there were 2,086 Jews
out of a total of 3,099 people.
The book describes what life was like in about 21 pages.
No names are mentioned.

Bernie Lis
West Bloomfield, Michigan


Snitkov / Snitkowo / Snitko - ShtetLinks Page in Process! #ukraine

Michelle Frager <lulu_brooks@...>
 

Dear SIG members:

JewishGen’s ShtetLinks has given permission for a Snitkov Page! It's
expected to launch in January with information then ready. After
that, it will be updated as new information comes in.

Everyone with a link to Snitkov/Snitkowo/Snitko is urged to join the
‘team' by contributing information.

Snitkov etc. is a former Podolia shtetl, now sometimes known as
Snitkiv, a Ukrainian town. It is located east of Kaminets-Podolsk and
southwest of Vinnitsa and Zhmerinka, at 48-48/27-38. (Sorry, can’t
do degrees and minutes.) With those coordinates, you will find it at
Mapquest, http://www.mapquest.com , where you can see it in relation
to other towns.

The existence of this page will make a difference. Like many smaller
shtetlech, there's not very much Snitkov material out there in one
place, and especially not in English. Researchers can be and are
frazzled. So this page will consolidate as much information as
possible, starting with English-language materials and hopefully,
moving over time into translations of non-English resources. And in
addition to research resources, will be the family and family-based
information we are sitting on, the simple things, the basic things we
may not even realize can fill out the sparse picture.

Some examples of possible contributions:
=The memories you were exposed to, of immigrant grandparents or other
family members who lived there
=Recorded or transcribed memoirs of Snitkov ancestors, by them or
others
=Photos of these ancestors or relatives
=Your Snitkov family names
=Non-relative Snitkov names appearing in research done on your
Snitkov family
=Historic or historical materials:
(papers, passports, school records, vital records, etc., >from the
Snitkov years; or news clippings referencing them - obituaries, early
20th century Yiddish newspapers and so on.)
=Old maps
=Cemetery burials information in the Snitkov area and overseas
(landsmanschaften plots, actual names, officials, etc.)
=Whatever else you can think of that's Snitkov-based.

Whether it’s a few sentences, a few pages, or some pictures, if you
have information about Snitkov or its former inhabitants,please
donate it and help make this a special site. [Some HTML assistance
may not be amiss, either.]

Your contribution to the page will establish a lasting accessible
tribute to, and resource on, our ancestral shtetl and our ancestors.

You can reach me at: <lulu_brooks@...>. I look forward to
hearing >from my lands-men and -women.

Michelle Frager
lulu_brooks@...


MODERATOR'S NOTE: Anyone can post a ShtetLinks page on JewishGen.
You don't even need web page experience, if you want to do a simple
page to commemorate your favorite shtetlach. For more information,
go to <http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org>.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Snitkov / Snitkowo / Snitko - ShtetLinks Page in Process! #ukraine

Michelle Frager <lulu_brooks@...>
 

Dear SIG members:

JewishGen’s ShtetLinks has given permission for a Snitkov Page! It's
expected to launch in January with information then ready. After
that, it will be updated as new information comes in.

Everyone with a link to Snitkov/Snitkowo/Snitko is urged to join the
‘team' by contributing information.

Snitkov etc. is a former Podolia shtetl, now sometimes known as
Snitkiv, a Ukrainian town. It is located east of Kaminets-Podolsk and
southwest of Vinnitsa and Zhmerinka, at 48-48/27-38. (Sorry, can’t
do degrees and minutes.) With those coordinates, you will find it at
Mapquest, http://www.mapquest.com , where you can see it in relation
to other towns.

The existence of this page will make a difference. Like many smaller
shtetlech, there's not very much Snitkov material out there in one
place, and especially not in English. Researchers can be and are
frazzled. So this page will consolidate as much information as
possible, starting with English-language materials and hopefully,
moving over time into translations of non-English resources. And in
addition to research resources, will be the family and family-based
information we are sitting on, the simple things, the basic things we
may not even realize can fill out the sparse picture.

Some examples of possible contributions:
=The memories you were exposed to, of immigrant grandparents or other
family members who lived there
=Recorded or transcribed memoirs of Snitkov ancestors, by them or
others
=Photos of these ancestors or relatives
=Your Snitkov family names
=Non-relative Snitkov names appearing in research done on your
Snitkov family
=Historic or historical materials:
(papers, passports, school records, vital records, etc., >from the
Snitkov years; or news clippings referencing them - obituaries, early
20th century Yiddish newspapers and so on.)
=Old maps
=Cemetery burials information in the Snitkov area and overseas
(landsmanschaften plots, actual names, officials, etc.)
=Whatever else you can think of that's Snitkov-based.

Whether it’s a few sentences, a few pages, or some pictures, if you
have information about Snitkov or its former inhabitants,please
donate it and help make this a special site. [Some HTML assistance
may not be amiss, either.]

Your contribution to the page will establish a lasting accessible
tribute to, and resource on, our ancestral shtetl and our ancestors.

You can reach me at: <lulu_brooks@...>. I look forward to
hearing >from my lands-men and -women.

Michelle Frager
lulu_brooks@...


MODERATOR'S NOTE: Anyone can post a ShtetLinks page on JewishGen.
You don't even need web page experience, if you want to do a simple
page to commemorate your favorite shtetlach. For more information,
go to <http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org>.


BEINER - LUSTIG - ALGHASI family #germany

nissel <nissel-u@...>
 

Dear GrSIG members,

My paternal grandmother, Elisabet NISSEL-BEINER (b:1869 in Koenigshuette -
Silesia) was the daughter of Friederike-Ulrike BEINER-LUSTIG (b: 1837 ?).
Her mother (my gg grandmother) was born to the ALGHASI (or ELGHASI) family.
If anyone knows this family tree, or knows the origin of the ALGHASI family
who migrated to Silesia probably around 1800 or earlier, please let me
know. Even references to any literature. Thank you in advance,

Uriel Nissel, Jerusalem nissel-u@... Researching:

NISSEL - Silesia, KLEMANN - Silesia, GOTTLIEB - Duseldorf,
ULLMANN - Wurtzburg, DAWIDOW - Silesia and Minsk, LEVIN - Minsk


German SIG #Germany BEINER - LUSTIG - ALGHASI family #germany

nissel <nissel-u@...>
 

Dear GrSIG members,

My paternal grandmother, Elisabet NISSEL-BEINER (b:1869 in Koenigshuette -
Silesia) was the daughter of Friederike-Ulrike BEINER-LUSTIG (b: 1837 ?).
Her mother (my gg grandmother) was born to the ALGHASI (or ELGHASI) family.
If anyone knows this family tree, or knows the origin of the ALGHASI family
who migrated to Silesia probably around 1800 or earlier, please let me
know. Even references to any literature. Thank you in advance,

Uriel Nissel, Jerusalem nissel-u@... Researching:

NISSEL - Silesia, KLEMANN - Silesia, GOTTLIEB - Duseldorf,
ULLMANN - Wurtzburg, DAWIDOW - Silesia and Minsk, LEVIN - Minsk


INTRO: researching HUPPERT family - Dresden & Bohemia #germany

Ellen Huppert <huppert2@...>
 

I have recently joined GerSig, although I have been researching for some
years and have posted queries there in the past. I live in San Francisco,
California and have used the LDS library and on-line research tools, as
well as the resources of our local Jewish Genealogical Society. I know
French and a little German.

I am searching for members of my husband Peter's grandfather's Alexander
HUPPERT generation. I have learned that he was born in Makov, Kreis
Myslenice, Poland in 1871 and died in Vienna in 1931. He was living in
Knittelfeld, Austria in 1901 when his first son, Paul was born of his first
wife, Adele HELLER born in Beilitz in 1878. He moved to Decin, Bohemia
(now Czeck Republic) before 1911, where his second two sons were born:
Walter in 1911 and Wolfgang Ernest in 1918, by his second wife Helene.

I have also learned that he had a sister Jenny MEISZ of Breslau and several
siblings in Dresden: Manfred HUPPERT born 1887 in Bielitz; Charlotte
HUPPERT GLUCKLICH born 1882 in Bielitz, her husband Ludwig GlLUCKLICH born
in Bielitz in 1870, their two childrenWalter and Rosa GLUCKLICH, both born
in Dresden, and Erwin HUPPERT, of whom I know nothing except that he lived
in Dresden, had a firm "Elbtalschmelze" and emigrated to New York. The
"Elbtalschmelze" conection is especially intriguing as both Alexander
HUPPERT and his son Paul were in the enamel business in Decin, Czech
Republic and elsewhere.

At this point, I am trying to find: birth records of those born in Bielitz
and Dresden, anything more about Erwin HUPPERT, especially about his
Dresden "Elbtalsmelze" firm, death record of Adele HELLER HUPPERT.

Ellen Huppert huppert2@... City?????? State???????

MODERATOR NOTE: You should also join the BohMor SIG, look over their
web pages and post your question to their Forum.


German SIG #Germany INTRO: researching HUPPERT family - Dresden & Bohemia #germany

Ellen Huppert <huppert2@...>
 

I have recently joined GerSig, although I have been researching for some
years and have posted queries there in the past. I live in San Francisco,
California and have used the LDS library and on-line research tools, as
well as the resources of our local Jewish Genealogical Society. I know
French and a little German.

I am searching for members of my husband Peter's grandfather's Alexander
HUPPERT generation. I have learned that he was born in Makov, Kreis
Myslenice, Poland in 1871 and died in Vienna in 1931. He was living in
Knittelfeld, Austria in 1901 when his first son, Paul was born of his first
wife, Adele HELLER born in Beilitz in 1878. He moved to Decin, Bohemia
(now Czeck Republic) before 1911, where his second two sons were born:
Walter in 1911 and Wolfgang Ernest in 1918, by his second wife Helene.

I have also learned that he had a sister Jenny MEISZ of Breslau and several
siblings in Dresden: Manfred HUPPERT born 1887 in Bielitz; Charlotte
HUPPERT GLUCKLICH born 1882 in Bielitz, her husband Ludwig GlLUCKLICH born
in Bielitz in 1870, their two childrenWalter and Rosa GLUCKLICH, both born
in Dresden, and Erwin HUPPERT, of whom I know nothing except that he lived
in Dresden, had a firm "Elbtalschmelze" and emigrated to New York. The
"Elbtalschmelze" conection is especially intriguing as both Alexander
HUPPERT and his son Paul were in the enamel business in Decin, Czech
Republic and elsewhere.

At this point, I am trying to find: birth records of those born in Bielitz
and Dresden, anything more about Erwin HUPPERT, especially about his
Dresden "Elbtalsmelze" firm, death record of Adele HELLER HUPPERT.

Ellen Huppert huppert2@... City?????? State???????

MODERATOR NOTE: You should also join the BohMor SIG, look over their
web pages and post your question to their Forum.


Rita Radivan <rradivan@...>
 

I am having major problems with my mail. I can send, but not receive
messages. Anything you have sent during the past 10 days will not have been
received. While I am sorting it out, please do not mail me, unless it is
urgent, in which case, please send it to krad@... PLEASE DO NOT
SEND ATTACHMENTS, PHOTOGRAPHS OR ANYTHING LARGE!

I will contact you again when things are back to normal.

Best wishes

Rita


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Mail #unitedkingdom

Rita Radivan <rradivan@...>
 

I am having major problems with my mail. I can send, but not receive
messages. Anything you have sent during the past 10 days will not have been
received. While I am sorting it out, please do not mail me, unless it is
urgent, in which case, please send it to krad@... PLEASE DO NOT
SEND ATTACHMENTS, PHOTOGRAPHS OR ANYTHING LARGE!

I will contact you again when things are back to normal.

Best wishes

Rita


Re: Finding friends/relatives thru Israel Radio #general

Willy Zalmon <wizal@...>
 

IBA - the Israel Broadcasting Authority has a weekdays daily program
emitted 15:45 till 16:00 Israel time (GMT +2) on Channel ("Reshet") Bet.

It is possible to listen to a - probably most recent - already broadcast
program >from the IBA website http://bet.iba.org.il/, Reshet Bet On
Demand.

This daily broadcast is treated by the various broadcasters with empathy.
I am just an occasional listener.



Regards,
Willy Zalmon
wizal@...


I hope that some of you out there can help me. I have heard that there
is a program on one of the channels of Israel Radio where people try to
trace friends or relatives with whom they have lost contact at some point
in time.
This even includes people who try to trace people who may have survived
the Holocaust and have been "missing" for fifty years or more.
I do not know what the success rate of the program is, but I do believe
that there have been occasional successes.

My question is, do any of you know of this program? At which times and on
what station does it appear? This information would be very useful to me
and maybe even to orher Israelis involved in genealogical researches.

TIA

Chaim Charutz
yairharu@...

MODERATOR NOTE: The program and its recordings are in Hebrew


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Finding friends/relatives thru Israel Radio #general

Willy Zalmon <wizal@...>
 

IBA - the Israel Broadcasting Authority has a weekdays daily program
emitted 15:45 till 16:00 Israel time (GMT +2) on Channel ("Reshet") Bet.

It is possible to listen to a - probably most recent - already broadcast
program >from the IBA website http://bet.iba.org.il/, Reshet Bet On
Demand.

This daily broadcast is treated by the various broadcasters with empathy.
I am just an occasional listener.



Regards,
Willy Zalmon
wizal@...


I hope that some of you out there can help me. I have heard that there
is a program on one of the channels of Israel Radio where people try to
trace friends or relatives with whom they have lost contact at some point
in time.
This even includes people who try to trace people who may have survived
the Holocaust and have been "missing" for fifty years or more.
I do not know what the success rate of the program is, but I do believe
that there have been occasional successes.

My question is, do any of you know of this program? At which times and on
what station does it appear? This information would be very useful to me
and maybe even to orher Israelis involved in genealogical researches.

TIA

Chaim Charutz
yairharu@...

MODERATOR NOTE: The program and its recordings are in Hebrew


Posting to viewmate #ukraine

LOUISE HAJDENBERG
 

Hello,

I have posted on JewishGen, the viewmate section, the following. I hope
someone can help read them in the various languages they are in. Postings
are up for 7 days.

PAGES of an Autograph book of a 10 yr old girl before coming to America.

I have just posted 5 autograph album pages to the JewishGen site
for viewing. Some in Polish, Yiddish and German:

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3102
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3103
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3104
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3105
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3106


Another posting by my cousin is of an early letter in Yiddish of a
relative >from Talsin Courland named Shulem Tobias to his son Henry.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3097
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3098


Thank you so much,
Louise Hajdenberg
NYC NY

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please reply privately.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Posting to viewmate #ukraine

LOUISE HAJDENBERG
 

Hello,

I have posted on JewishGen, the viewmate section, the following. I hope
someone can help read them in the various languages they are in. Postings
are up for 7 days.

PAGES of an Autograph book of a 10 yr old girl before coming to America.

I have just posted 5 autograph album pages to the JewishGen site
for viewing. Some in Polish, Yiddish and German:

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3102
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3103
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3104
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3105
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3106


Another posting by my cousin is of an early letter in Yiddish of a
relative >from Talsin Courland named Shulem Tobias to his son Henry.

http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3097
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3098


Thank you so much,
Louise Hajdenberg
NYC NY

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please reply privately.