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FORCHHEIMER & CORNELIUS #germany

Adamandlopa Yamey <adamandlopa@...>
 

One of the branches of the SELIGMANN family of
Ichenhausen includes the descendants of Jakob KRAEMER
who married Frieda CORNELIUS. They had a daughter
Helen who married Max FORCHHEIMER of Koburg.

Thanks to the help of one of the descendants of Jakob
KRAEMER and also someone who studies the FTJP, I have
a reasonably complete list of Max and Helen's
descendants, though more details such as dates and
places would be welcome.

Of Max FORCHHEIMER and his ancestors I know nothing,
but would welcome more information, please.

Also of interest is whether Frieda Cornelius is from
the same family as the actor and film director Henry
CORNELIUS (1913-1958, born South Africa)who worked in
Germany until 1933, when he fled to France.

Adam Yamey, London, UK<adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>


German SIG #Germany FORCHHEIMER & CORNELIUS #germany

Adamandlopa Yamey <adamandlopa@...>
 

One of the branches of the SELIGMANN family of
Ichenhausen includes the descendants of Jakob KRAEMER
who married Frieda CORNELIUS. They had a daughter
Helen who married Max FORCHHEIMER of Koburg.

Thanks to the help of one of the descendants of Jakob
KRAEMER and also someone who studies the FTJP, I have
a reasonably complete list of Max and Helen's
descendants, though more details such as dates and
places would be welcome.

Of Max FORCHHEIMER and his ancestors I know nothing,
but would welcome more information, please.

Also of interest is whether Frieda Cornelius is from
the same family as the actor and film director Henry
CORNELIUS (1913-1958, born South Africa)who worked in
Germany until 1933, when he fled to France.

Adam Yamey, London, UK<adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>


Re: STREIM #germany

VANLAW <pvan@...>
 

I'm trying to gain information on a great uncle and aunt of mine, Felix
and Fritzi STEIM. Felix was born in Rosdorf Bei Goetingen, Germany circa
1900, son of Theodore and Sara (Sophie) STREIM ne MEININGER.

Felix and Fritzi fled >from Germany to New York sometime around 1936, and
were the sponsors for my grandparents, Louis and Bertha REHFISCH ne BARUCH,
who arrived >from Germany in 1940. However, other than some photos, and a
few letters, I know absolutely nothing about them. If anyone has any
information on them, or suggestions on where I can find out more about
them, I would greatly appreciate you contacting me directly at my email
address.

Pete Vanlaw Studio City, CA pvan@western-branch.com


German SIG #Germany Re: STREIM #germany

VANLAW <pvan@...>
 

I'm trying to gain information on a great uncle and aunt of mine, Felix
and Fritzi STEIM. Felix was born in Rosdorf Bei Goetingen, Germany circa
1900, son of Theodore and Sara (Sophie) STREIM ne MEININGER.

Felix and Fritzi fled >from Germany to New York sometime around 1936, and
were the sponsors for my grandparents, Louis and Bertha REHFISCH ne BARUCH,
who arrived >from Germany in 1940. However, other than some photos, and a
few letters, I know absolutely nothing about them. If anyone has any
information on them, or suggestions on where I can find out more about
them, I would greatly appreciate you contacting me directly at my email
address.

Pete Vanlaw Studio City, CA pvan@western-branch.com


success story and general advice #germany

Dottie Miller
 

Dear Genners;
One of the reasons we post messages on this SIG and put our .ged family
files on the FTJP is to advertise our family names to related
descendants of our existence and of our desire to be "found." I was
"found" last week by a branch of our family! My postings had been placed
with this particularly lost branch in mind, a branch with many daughters
whose married names were unknown to the family I have known about.

Needles to say, we are busy exchanging information. One family story on
our side, that one unfortunate cousin in New Orleans, LA USA had been
kidnapped off the street and never heard >from again, a sad but not
unusual occurance in a port city where foreign sailors took strong young
men as virtual slaves to labor onboard ships. The descendant who found
me had a story specific to that unfortunate young man, that he had gone
out one evening to buy himself a cigar and never returned.

MODERATOR NOTE: This SIG abides by JewishGen guidelines which do NOT
encourage members to add a list of family names to your posts.
The JGFF (JewishGen Family Finder) and the archive search feature fill
the need for such notices more than adequately. Please D I S R E G A R D
Ms. Miller's request below but DO add your family names and towns
to the JGFF database at the JewishGen Website. If you check
our archives and verify the fact that the family names and towns
you are researching have never been posted to the GerSig Forum
you may add your list to your next message here. Be sure to add a note
saying that the list has never been included in the GerSig Forum before.
Otherwise such lists will usually be deleted. Thanks to all for your
cooperation. John Lowens, GerSig Mod 1

[I have noticed that many people who write the SIG do not bother to put a
list of the family names they are researching at the bottom of their
messages and would like to urge everyone to make it a practice for every
e-mail they post on the site. The day you post for the umpteeneth time
may be the first time exactly the descendant you have been hoping will
contact you looks at the SIG.]

Dottie Miller San Antonio, TX USA


German SIG #Germany success story and general advice #germany

Dottie Miller
 

Dear Genners;
One of the reasons we post messages on this SIG and put our .ged family
files on the FTJP is to advertise our family names to related
descendants of our existence and of our desire to be "found." I was
"found" last week by a branch of our family! My postings had been placed
with this particularly lost branch in mind, a branch with many daughters
whose married names were unknown to the family I have known about.

Needles to say, we are busy exchanging information. One family story on
our side, that one unfortunate cousin in New Orleans, LA USA had been
kidnapped off the street and never heard >from again, a sad but not
unusual occurance in a port city where foreign sailors took strong young
men as virtual slaves to labor onboard ships. The descendant who found
me had a story specific to that unfortunate young man, that he had gone
out one evening to buy himself a cigar and never returned.

MODERATOR NOTE: This SIG abides by JewishGen guidelines which do NOT
encourage members to add a list of family names to your posts.
The JGFF (JewishGen Family Finder) and the archive search feature fill
the need for such notices more than adequately. Please D I S R E G A R D
Ms. Miller's request below but DO add your family names and towns
to the JGFF database at the JewishGen Website. If you check
our archives and verify the fact that the family names and towns
you are researching have never been posted to the GerSig Forum
you may add your list to your next message here. Be sure to add a note
saying that the list has never been included in the GerSig Forum before.
Otherwise such lists will usually be deleted. Thanks to all for your
cooperation. John Lowens, GerSig Mod 1

[I have noticed that many people who write the SIG do not bother to put a
list of the family names they are researching at the bottom of their
messages and would like to urge everyone to make it a practice for every
e-mail they post on the site. The day you post for the umpteeneth time
may be the first time exactly the descendant you have been hoping will
contact you looks at the SIG.]

Dottie Miller San Antonio, TX USA


Leime LEHMANNS - Bischheim / Strasbourg #germany

Marlene Katzman <marlenekatzman@...>
 

Dear Sir/Madam : Do you have the email address of the
Strasbourg Archives ? I am researching Reb Leime
Lehmanns descendandts >from Bischheim/Strasbourg area
from the late 17 century - particularly Isidore
Lehmann (born in Bischheim) who was prominent in
Napoleons army ( my gr. g.f X 4). I believe Isidore
died in the Randdeg area in Germany near the Swiss
border). I have no birth or death records about him.
Should I be doing research in the Strasbourg Archives
or elsewhere? Thanking you Marlene Katzman

Dear Madam: Please review the rules for posting messages
to this forum before writing to us again if you wish
your next message to be posted. MODERATOR


German SIG #Germany Leime LEHMANNS - Bischheim / Strasbourg #germany

Marlene Katzman <marlenekatzman@...>
 

Dear Sir/Madam : Do you have the email address of the
Strasbourg Archives ? I am researching Reb Leime
Lehmanns descendandts >from Bischheim/Strasbourg area
from the late 17 century - particularly Isidore
Lehmann (born in Bischheim) who was prominent in
Napoleons army ( my gr. g.f X 4). I believe Isidore
died in the Randdeg area in Germany near the Swiss
border). I have no birth or death records about him.
Should I be doing research in the Strasbourg Archives
or elsewhere? Thanking you Marlene Katzman

Dear Madam: Please review the rules for posting messages
to this forum before writing to us again if you wish
your next message to be posted. MODERATOR


New Holocaust Database entries #germany

Joyce Field
 

JewishGen is pleased to announce five new entries in the Holocaust
Database at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/

-Polish Martyred Physicians
-North Bavarian Jews
-Jewish Survivors listed in a Hungarian Periodical
-Refugees >from France to Brazil
-Braunschweig Cemetery for Forced Laborers

The Dachau Concentration Camp Records have also been updated. Over
100,000 records are now online.

The Holocaust Database is a collection of 62 databases, containing
over 500,000 entries. All databases are searchable at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/ by surname, town, or
global text search.

Our sincere thanks to all the volunteers who worked on these important lists.

Joyce Field JewishGen VP, Research jfield@jewishgen.org


German SIG #Germany New Holocaust Database entries #germany

Joyce Field
 

JewishGen is pleased to announce five new entries in the Holocaust
Database at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/

-Polish Martyred Physicians
-North Bavarian Jews
-Jewish Survivors listed in a Hungarian Periodical
-Refugees >from France to Brazil
-Braunschweig Cemetery for Forced Laborers

The Dachau Concentration Camp Records have also been updated. Over
100,000 records are now online.

The Holocaust Database is a collection of 62 databases, containing
over 500,000 entries. All databases are searchable at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/ by surname, town, or
global text search.

Our sincere thanks to all the volunteers who worked on these important lists.

Joyce Field JewishGen VP, Research jfield@jewishgen.org


Rose Goldstein #unitedkingdom

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

MODERATOR NOTE:- This is a corrected version of a posting made earlier but not sent out
*****

Rose and Froem - please correctA Rose GOLDSTEIN IS buried in - Rice Lane Cemetery - London - died 1904

Is there anyone who can check on the details of this lady please, which I
hope will help me confirm her relationship to my family.

I believe that she may be my Rose, born +- 1842, in Berdichev and the wife
of
Froem Goldstein who I think was born in Berdichev +_ 1838.
They were parents of Chepsel (also known as Samuel) GOLDSTEIN

If there is a connection I would be most grateful for a photo of the grave
to if that is not being to cheeky.

Regards,
Julie Shapero,
Johannesburg
South Africa,
jdsrh_r_t_g_@mweb.co.za
English Speaking

DESPERATELY SEARCHING FOR: -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
GOLDSTEIN and TABACHNICK - Antwerp, Poland, Austria, Berdichev, Jerusalem,
England, London, South Africa


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Rose Goldstein #unitedkingdom

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

MODERATOR NOTE:- This is a corrected version of a posting made earlier but not sent out
*****

Rose and Froem - please correctA Rose GOLDSTEIN IS buried in - Rice Lane Cemetery - London - died 1904

Is there anyone who can check on the details of this lady please, which I
hope will help me confirm her relationship to my family.

I believe that she may be my Rose, born +- 1842, in Berdichev and the wife
of
Froem Goldstein who I think was born in Berdichev +_ 1838.
They were parents of Chepsel (also known as Samuel) GOLDSTEIN

If there is a connection I would be most grateful for a photo of the grave
to if that is not being to cheeky.

Regards,
Julie Shapero,
Johannesburg
South Africa,
jdsrh_r_t_g_@mweb.co.za
English Speaking

DESPERATELY SEARCHING FOR: -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
GOLDSTEIN and TABACHNICK - Antwerp, Poland, Austria, Berdichev, Jerusalem,
England, London, South Africa


SCHLEIME FERDMAN/SAMUEL FELDMAN; ISIDOR RUDNICK #latvia

ms nodrog
 

Dear Genners,
I ordered, and payed for, copies of Naturalization Papers >from the
Kings County Clerk's Office in New York. Unfortunately, they are not
the people I had hoped they were. I will be glad to e-mail copies to
anyone who thinks the following people may be part of their family.
The people are:
ISIDOR RUDNICK- Photographer - 187 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY
SCHLEIME FERDMAN/SAMUEL FELDMAN- Wife Fanny - >from Orchiv, Russia
For ISIDOR RUDNICK I have just the Declatation of Intention. However,
the Ferdman papers are six pages and include the Declaration and
Petition. It will probably take a few minutes to download.
Please e-mail me at msnodrog@yahoo.com
Hope Gordon


DELBANCO Family In Denmark And Sweden #scandinavia

richard may
 

Dear community,

I have learned that my ancester,Juliana HAMBURG,who
married in 1795 in Frankfurt,was earlier called,Jentle
DELBANCO(DEL BANCO). Her father used the names Model
DELBANCO, Markus Simon LEVI DELBANCO, Markus Simon
HAMBURG and Marks HAMBURGER! Her paternal grandfather
was called Simon >from Hamburg,Simon LEVI DELBANCO from
Hamburg and Simle SEGAL!

Jentle DELBANCO's mother's given name was "Edel". Her
maternal grandfather was Fajbes KOHEN MEJTS,the son of
Zalman METZ KATZ zum GRUENEN HUT and later zum
WECHSEL.

Does anyone who is familiar with Danish or Swedish
research on the DELBANCO family have any information
on these individual DELBANCOs?

Thank you very much for your help!

Richard May <ferdlilac@yahoo.com>
Buffalo,New York,U.S.A.


Latvia SIG #Latvia SCHLEIME FERDMAN/SAMUEL FELDMAN; ISIDOR RUDNICK #latvia

ms nodrog
 

Dear Genners,
I ordered, and payed for, copies of Naturalization Papers >from the
Kings County Clerk's Office in New York. Unfortunately, they are not
the people I had hoped they were. I will be glad to e-mail copies to
anyone who thinks the following people may be part of their family.
The people are:
ISIDOR RUDNICK- Photographer - 187 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY
SCHLEIME FERDMAN/SAMUEL FELDMAN- Wife Fanny - >from Orchiv, Russia
For ISIDOR RUDNICK I have just the Declatation of Intention. However,
the Ferdman papers are six pages and include the Declaration and
Petition. It will probably take a few minutes to download.
Please e-mail me at msnodrog@yahoo.com
Hope Gordon


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia DELBANCO Family In Denmark And Sweden #scandinavia

richard may
 

Dear community,

I have learned that my ancester,Juliana HAMBURG,who
married in 1795 in Frankfurt,was earlier called,Jentle
DELBANCO(DEL BANCO). Her father used the names Model
DELBANCO, Markus Simon LEVI DELBANCO, Markus Simon
HAMBURG and Marks HAMBURGER! Her paternal grandfather
was called Simon >from Hamburg,Simon LEVI DELBANCO from
Hamburg and Simle SEGAL!

Jentle DELBANCO's mother's given name was "Edel". Her
maternal grandfather was Fajbes KOHEN MEJTS,the son of
Zalman METZ KATZ zum GRUENEN HUT and later zum
WECHSEL.

Does anyone who is familiar with Danish or Swedish
research on the DELBANCO family have any information
on these individual DELBANCOs?

Thank you very much for your help!

Richard May <ferdlilac@yahoo.com>
Buffalo,New York,U.S.A.


Re: Toras Bar Nash #rabbinic

Yocheved Klausner
 

In a message posted earlier today, Bernard Weill
<linktree@yahoo.com> asked:

I would like to know about the sefer, Toras Bar Nash. Who was
the mechaber (author) of the sefer and when was it published?
The author of "Torat Bar-Nash" was R' Kalev Feivel SCHLESINGER
1828-1911 m' Topolczany son-in-law of R' Aharon Yosef Shmuel Halevi
m' Szczebrzeszyn.

Good luck

Yehuda Klausner
mailto:klausner@alumni.princeton.edu

Searching:
KLAUSNER (KLAUZNER, CLOISNER, KLUZNER, etc.), BARZAM, KADISH, BUSHKE
(BOSHKE), ZEINWIRT (ZENVIRT), EILENBERG (ILENBERG), LIEBERMAN (all
spellings), WITKIND, HOCHGELEHRNTER (GELEHRNTER), ENGLMAN (ENGELMAN),
IROM (IRAM) TEUMIM, MICHELSON Great Britain, South Africa, Rhodesia
etc.), Descendants of Moshe ben Meir KATZNELENBOGEN of Chelm, HERLING,
KATZ, (HaCOHEN, KAHANE, COHEN, etc.) >from Galicia, GRINBERG (all
spellings).


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: Toras Bar Nash #rabbinic

Yocheved Klausner
 

In a message posted earlier today, Bernard Weill
<linktree@yahoo.com> asked:

I would like to know about the sefer, Toras Bar Nash. Who was
the mechaber (author) of the sefer and when was it published?
The author of "Torat Bar-Nash" was R' Kalev Feivel SCHLESINGER
1828-1911 m' Topolczany son-in-law of R' Aharon Yosef Shmuel Halevi
m' Szczebrzeszyn.

Good luck

Yehuda Klausner
mailto:klausner@alumni.princeton.edu

Searching:
KLAUSNER (KLAUZNER, CLOISNER, KLUZNER, etc.), BARZAM, KADISH, BUSHKE
(BOSHKE), ZEINWIRT (ZENVIRT), EILENBERG (ILENBERG), LIEBERMAN (all
spellings), WITKIND, HOCHGELEHRNTER (GELEHRNTER), ENGLMAN (ENGELMAN),
IROM (IRAM) TEUMIM, MICHELSON Great Britain, South Africa, Rhodesia
etc.), Descendants of Moshe ben Meir KATZNELENBOGEN of Chelm, HERLING,
KATZ, (HaCOHEN, KAHANE, COHEN, etc.) >from Galicia, GRINBERG (all
spellings).


Estelle & Nathaniel DOBBIN #general

M. Ronn
 

Someone unrelated to me recently contacted me regarding our mutual
relatives, Estelle and Nathaniel DOBBIN. He wanted to know if they had
children. Please contact me as I now have information about their progeny.

Yours,

Michoel Ronn
Brooklyn
netronn@hotmail.com


Ritziv(?), Zhitomer Gubernia #general

Lauren Shulsky Orenstein
 

In researching my great-grandmother's family, I have come up with more
blanks than successes. She, Rose Gillman Altman, came to the US, through
Philadelphia, around 1910 with her older sister.

My grandmother tells me that Rose was >from Ritziv in Zhitomer Gubernia,
but all of my searches of the Shtetel Seeker, and Zhitomer site, etc. have
come up empty. Has anyone ever heard of anything like this name in the
area? Obviously, the spelling could be drastically off.

Also, does anyone know if I can access Philadelphia immigration records on-
line at all? Getting her info >from that could help a great deal.

Please contact me directly unless there is something of general interest.

Thanks so much for any advice.

Lauren Shulsky Orenstein
OrensAL@aol.com
New York, NY