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Terespol (Lublin) Project Underway!" #poland

philafrum
 

Dear Fellow “Terespolers”:

We are forming a group to index all the Jewish vital records (births,
marriages, and deaths) >from Terespol >from the 19th century and add
them to the Jewish Records Indexing – Poland project’s database. The
Mormons microfilmed some of these records in the 1960’s, and other records
will have to be retrieved >from the Lublin branch of the Polish State
Archives (PSA).

Therefore we are proposing a group project which JRI-Poland calls, “The
Terespol Shtetl CO-OP Project”. Our involvement in this Terespol Shtetl
CO-OP Project would be two-fold. We need to:

a) transcribe (type) the information contained in the microfilmed indexes so
that it can be made accessible for any Terespol researcher. This requires
entering the data into an EXCEL template;

b) raise the funds to cover the costs involved in this project. The planned
expenses include: film ordering expenses, photocopying, and postage.
Projected costs are not expected to exceed $150. We have already raised $75
of this money and need your help now to raise the rest.

We are also planning a second phase, called the “Terespol PSA Project”,
which will cover the indexing of those 19th century records that were not
filmed by the Mormons. Those register indexes are already on order through
JRI-Poland and could arrive at any time within the next year >from the Lublin
PSA. Fundraising targets for this phase will be assigned when JRI-Poland
has received the pages and can better estimate the expenses.

Donations (tax deductible for US donors) can be accepted by check, VISA
or MasterCard! Please earmark your contribution for the "Terespol Shtetl
CO-OP Project". Mail checks to:

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
c/o Sheila Salo, 5607 Greenleaf Rd, Cheverly, MD 20785, USA

Visa and MasterCard contributions may be phoned to Sheila at (301) 341-1261
or you can print out the form at: http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/visa.htm
by clicking on the VISA Card and fax or mail it to Sheila. The fax number is
also (301) 341-1261. (8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Eastern time only, please.)

Please note that monies collected in excess of the $150 estimated for the
CO-OP Project will be allocated toward the Terespol PSA project (second
phase).

Please advise me if you are interested in assisting with transcription of
the LDS records. The more people involved, the sooner the information will
be available for all our use!

Many thanks for your help to preserve the memory of the Jews of Terespol
through funding and volunteering for this important project. I look
forward to sharing more exciting news with you soon.

Genealogically,
Evan Fishman, Terespol Shtetl CO-OP Project Coordinator
ebf2001@comcast.net

P.S. If you are aware of 20th century Terespol records or have had
experience with accessing them, please let me know privately.


JRI Poland #Poland Terespol (Lublin) Project Underway!" #poland

philafrum
 

Dear Fellow “Terespolers”:

We are forming a group to index all the Jewish vital records (births,
marriages, and deaths) >from Terespol >from the 19th century and add
them to the Jewish Records Indexing – Poland project’s database. The
Mormons microfilmed some of these records in the 1960’s, and other records
will have to be retrieved >from the Lublin branch of the Polish State
Archives (PSA).

Therefore we are proposing a group project which JRI-Poland calls, “The
Terespol Shtetl CO-OP Project”. Our involvement in this Terespol Shtetl
CO-OP Project would be two-fold. We need to:

a) transcribe (type) the information contained in the microfilmed indexes so
that it can be made accessible for any Terespol researcher. This requires
entering the data into an EXCEL template;

b) raise the funds to cover the costs involved in this project. The planned
expenses include: film ordering expenses, photocopying, and postage.
Projected costs are not expected to exceed $150. We have already raised $75
of this money and need your help now to raise the rest.

We are also planning a second phase, called the “Terespol PSA Project”,
which will cover the indexing of those 19th century records that were not
filmed by the Mormons. Those register indexes are already on order through
JRI-Poland and could arrive at any time within the next year >from the Lublin
PSA. Fundraising targets for this phase will be assigned when JRI-Poland
has received the pages and can better estimate the expenses.

Donations (tax deductible for US donors) can be accepted by check, VISA
or MasterCard! Please earmark your contribution for the "Terespol Shtetl
CO-OP Project". Mail checks to:

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
c/o Sheila Salo, 5607 Greenleaf Rd, Cheverly, MD 20785, USA

Visa and MasterCard contributions may be phoned to Sheila at (301) 341-1261
or you can print out the form at: http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/visa.htm
by clicking on the VISA Card and fax or mail it to Sheila. The fax number is
also (301) 341-1261. (8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Eastern time only, please.)

Please note that monies collected in excess of the $150 estimated for the
CO-OP Project will be allocated toward the Terespol PSA project (second
phase).

Please advise me if you are interested in assisting with transcription of
the LDS records. The more people involved, the sooner the information will
be available for all our use!

Many thanks for your help to preserve the memory of the Jews of Terespol
through funding and volunteering for this important project. I look
forward to sharing more exciting news with you soon.

Genealogically,
Evan Fishman, Terespol Shtetl CO-OP Project Coordinator
ebf2001@comcast.net

P.S. If you are aware of 20th century Terespol records or have had
experience with accessing them, please let me know privately.


looking for DIKHANSKY #lithuania

mccain <mccain@...>
 

I have a photograph of ANATOLY DIKHANSKY , born in Riga , Russia on 1st.
April 1922.

Also an envelope sent by L. DIKHANSKAYA (female) >from K.Marks St; No27 ,
Flat 6, Riga , USSR.

Date on stamp 1961 , sent to London to a relation of myself.
Unfortunately contents of envelope are missing.
Perhaps these Dikhansky's are relations , as my grandfather and great
grandfather came >from Latvia/Russia.
Does anybody recognise this name DIKHANSKY >from Riga, or anywhere else
????

Zoie McCain
mccain@supanet.com

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Which town is Solocci, Vilna gubernya? #lithuania

Deborah Schultz
 

I recently found out that my great-grandmother Dora (IZENMAN) SHULTZ's
brother declared in a 1916 document that he was born in what appeared to
be handwritten as "Solocci in the Province of Vilna, Russia, Poland."

Although I have looked it up in the Shtetl Seeker, there are several towns
whose names resemble that, and I don't know how to determine which ones
might be in Vilna gubernya.

Is anyone familiar with this town name? I know about my great-grandmother
only that her husband told U.S. immigration officials in 1913 that she was
from "Vilna," which I now assume to be Vilna gubernya, not Vilnius the
city.

I appreciate any assistance or advice you can offer. Thank you.

---------------
Deborah Schultz IZENMAN, BOUBH, VEKSLAR: Vilna gubernya
schultzd@umich.edu
Ann Arbor, Michigan


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania looking for DIKHANSKY #lithuania

mccain <mccain@...>
 

I have a photograph of ANATOLY DIKHANSKY , born in Riga , Russia on 1st.
April 1922.

Also an envelope sent by L. DIKHANSKAYA (female) >from K.Marks St; No27 ,
Flat 6, Riga , USSR.

Date on stamp 1961 , sent to London to a relation of myself.
Unfortunately contents of envelope are missing.
Perhaps these Dikhansky's are relations , as my grandfather and great
grandfather came >from Latvia/Russia.
Does anybody recognise this name DIKHANSKY >from Riga, or anywhere else
????

Zoie McCain
mccain@supanet.com

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Which town is Solocci, Vilna gubernya? #lithuania

Deborah Schultz
 

I recently found out that my great-grandmother Dora (IZENMAN) SHULTZ's
brother declared in a 1916 document that he was born in what appeared to
be handwritten as "Solocci in the Province of Vilna, Russia, Poland."

Although I have looked it up in the Shtetl Seeker, there are several towns
whose names resemble that, and I don't know how to determine which ones
might be in Vilna gubernya.

Is anyone familiar with this town name? I know about my great-grandmother
only that her husband told U.S. immigration officials in 1913 that she was
from "Vilna," which I now assume to be Vilna gubernya, not Vilnius the
city.

I appreciate any assistance or advice you can offer. Thank you.

---------------
Deborah Schultz IZENMAN, BOUBH, VEKSLAR: Vilna gubernya
schultzd@umich.edu
Ann Arbor, Michigan


TROPP from Vilnius #lithuania

arnonh <arnonh@...>
 

Hello, All!

Recently discovered information gives me some new clues about a long-lost
family of mine: the TROPPs (may be another spelling). The main problem I
have is with the early emigration of the family >from Lithuania, a period
from which it's hard to get documents.
My g-g-g-mother, Esther Itta TROPP, born in 1843 to her parents: Yaacov
(maybe HaCohen) and Gittel (maybe Menucha Gittel) >from Vilnius. She was the
only child to her parents (previous born children of the couple died in
their birth).

Right after her birth, the couple went to Odessa (Ukraine), >from which they
gathered a group who took a boat to Israel. They arrived to Israel in 1844.
It was a vow the couple made before Esther's birth: "shall a living child we
have - we'll go to Eretz Israel!".

After getting to Jerusalem, and after being 14, Esther was married Haim
Yehoshua GOLDBERG (aka Haim Beker) and all of their descendants are well
known to me.

My mystery is the TROPPs: who were they? Did Yaacov and Gittel had siblings?
Who were their parents? And, especially: what about getting documents for
the period prior to 1843 in Vilnius (or Vilnius area) - did anybody have
success stories regarding that period?

Any comment will be much appreciated.

Yours Sincerely,
Arnon Hershkovitz, Israel
arnonh@tapuz.co.il

Researching:
HERSHKOVITZ: Romania (Galati City) -> Israel (1882), some left to the USA,
France, SA, Australia; JACOBSON: Pinsk (Minsk Gub.),Belarus->Israel 1880s);
GOLDBERG: Vienne(?) -> Jerusalem (1st mid 19th cen.),some left to USA,Paris
LIBMAN: Kuzmin & Krasilov, Ukraine (Volhynia Gub.) -> Israel (1920s);
SCHREIER: Orinin, Ukraine (Podolia Gub.) -> Israel (1920s), Russia, USA;
TROP: Vilnius, Lithuania -> Israel (around 1843).


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania TROPP from Vilnius #lithuania

arnonh <arnonh@...>
 

Hello, All!

Recently discovered information gives me some new clues about a long-lost
family of mine: the TROPPs (may be another spelling). The main problem I
have is with the early emigration of the family >from Lithuania, a period
from which it's hard to get documents.
My g-g-g-mother, Esther Itta TROPP, born in 1843 to her parents: Yaacov
(maybe HaCohen) and Gittel (maybe Menucha Gittel) >from Vilnius. She was the
only child to her parents (previous born children of the couple died in
their birth).

Right after her birth, the couple went to Odessa (Ukraine), >from which they
gathered a group who took a boat to Israel. They arrived to Israel in 1844.
It was a vow the couple made before Esther's birth: "shall a living child we
have - we'll go to Eretz Israel!".

After getting to Jerusalem, and after being 14, Esther was married Haim
Yehoshua GOLDBERG (aka Haim Beker) and all of their descendants are well
known to me.

My mystery is the TROPPs: who were they? Did Yaacov and Gittel had siblings?
Who were their parents? And, especially: what about getting documents for
the period prior to 1843 in Vilnius (or Vilnius area) - did anybody have
success stories regarding that period?

Any comment will be much appreciated.

Yours Sincerely,
Arnon Hershkovitz, Israel
arnonh@tapuz.co.il

Researching:
HERSHKOVITZ: Romania (Galati City) -> Israel (1882), some left to the USA,
France, SA, Australia; JACOBSON: Pinsk (Minsk Gub.),Belarus->Israel 1880s);
GOLDBERG: Vienne(?) -> Jerusalem (1st mid 19th cen.),some left to USA,Paris
LIBMAN: Kuzmin & Krasilov, Ukraine (Volhynia Gub.) -> Israel (1920s);
SCHREIER: Orinin, Ukraine (Podolia Gub.) -> Israel (1920s), Russia, USA;
TROP: Vilnius, Lithuania -> Israel (around 1843).


Aerial archive to be put on the Web - WW2 #germany

Jonathan Borchard <JonBorchard@...>
 

In this weekends London Times there is an article explaining that next week
5 million aerial photos taken by the RAF during WW2 will be put freely on
line and they will be followed sometime soon by 2.5 million photos taken by
the Luftwaffe.

They are apparently so clear that people can be seen in Auschwitz during the
last few months of the war as well as the smoke >from the fires.

It could be worthwhile looking at this new Web Site as one may find aerial
photos of villages and towns where our families came from.

The address is www.evidenceincamera.co.uk and it should go live sometime
this week. These photos are currently stored at Keele University. Regards

Jonathan Borchard - London JonBorchard@blueyonder.co.uk


Spelling correction #lithuania

Ted Ashkenazy <tia@...>
 

Re: Jewish Center in Vilnius
That should be zydu, not jydu


o0o

----- Original Message -----
Subject: Jewish Center in Vilnus
Jewish Center in Vilnus: Should anyone need it, the following
is the address of the Jewish Center in Vilnus:

Lietuvos jydu bendruomenes
Pirmininkui Simonui Alperaviciui
Pylimo g-ve 4
Vilnius 2001
Lithuania
Tel: 261-3003


German SIG #Germany Aerial archive to be put on the Web - WW2 #germany

Jonathan Borchard <JonBorchard@...>
 

In this weekends London Times there is an article explaining that next week
5 million aerial photos taken by the RAF during WW2 will be put freely on
line and they will be followed sometime soon by 2.5 million photos taken by
the Luftwaffe.

They are apparently so clear that people can be seen in Auschwitz during the
last few months of the war as well as the smoke >from the fires.

It could be worthwhile looking at this new Web Site as one may find aerial
photos of villages and towns where our families came from.

The address is www.evidenceincamera.co.uk and it should go live sometime
this week. These photos are currently stored at Keele University. Regards

Jonathan Borchard - London JonBorchard@blueyonder.co.uk


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Spelling correction #lithuania

Ted Ashkenazy <tia@...>
 

Re: Jewish Center in Vilnius
That should be zydu, not jydu


o0o

----- Original Message -----
Subject: Jewish Center in Vilnus
Jewish Center in Vilnus: Should anyone need it, the following
is the address of the Jewish Center in Vilnus:

Lietuvos jydu bendruomenes
Pirmininkui Simonui Alperaviciui
Pylimo g-ve 4
Vilnius 2001
Lithuania
Tel: 261-3003


Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, # 76 #germany

Ernest Kallmann <ernest.kallmann@...>
 

Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, N° 76, Volume 19, December 2003, is
fresh >from the press. Here is the summary :


This issue is mainly devoted to papers about genealogical discoveries,
in order to illustrate the various adventures a genealogist can face and
the many ways he can proceed to obtain results.


Didier AMAR recalls the first meeting of the Amar family, descending
from Salomon Amar >from Salonika, held in Toledo and gathering some 50
persons. A family tree is shown.

In "The concealed memory" , Andre NARCY reveals how he discovered that
one of his grandmothers was of Jewish descent, a secret his family had
never revealed.

"Is Levy a specific Jewish surname ?" Bernard LYON-CAEN has discovered a
Michel-Levy family in the Jura mountains, traced back as far as 1650,
and certainly not Jewish.

"Who is Nathan Risser's wife ?" Andree MARGOLIN tries to identify a
Bomsel girl, who married Nathan Risser in 1845. Her given names vary,
according to various records, between Klar, Adele, Clarisse, Elise and
Claire. At the end of a genuine detective's investigation, the author
discovers illegitimate births and forged documents.

Peter STEIN discovers a new source for Jewish genealogy : the accounts
of the Swiss bailiffs for the city of Baden (Aargau) and the
Baden-Buecher kept in the Archives of the Canton of Bern. They often
document vital events relating to families with members both in
Lengnau-Endingen and in Alsace.

"The little French girl", Anne-Marie JUTEL, has traced her French
gggrandmother, who lived in San Francisco and is buried there, back to
her Alsatian parents.

"About various surnames" : Francis-Marc WEILL started his genealogy by
attending the first Hemmerdinger family meeting in 1999. Through several
contacts made there he has solved the main difficulty encountered : an
illegitimately born ancestor.

In "Serendipity", Rosanne LEESON recalls two events where unpredictable
and improbable coincidences resulted in significant genealogy progress.

How to solve your problems by joining the Cercle deGenealogie Juive :
Veronique CAHEN has made contacts with several other members of the CGJ
who guide her in her family research.

Laurent KASSEL has raised questions >from readers of an article he had
written in Avotaynu. This started an exchange of data and sources with
possibly related researchers across the Oceans, which helped solving
some intricate problems in his own ancestry.

J.B. has been fascinated by a story his mother told him, about a
ggg-aunt >from Berlin born around 1830 she remembers having met in Paris
in her early youth. He experiences two characteristics of the Germans :
rigid adherence to the rules and minute care and order for documents.
The outcome is unexpected and positive.

">from Moselle to Brazil", Paulo VALADARES (paper translated by Renato
MINERBO) describes immigration of Jews >from Moselle to Campinas (Brazil)
in 1857 and the problems they experience.

Pierre-Andre MEYER concludes his description of the Aron family. They
finally succeed in returning to Phalsbourg in 1724 after having found a
refuge in Lixheim following their expulsion in 1712. They are granted
permission to do so after agreeing to live in three houses only, located
in the same area.

The family history can be traced through Notary deeds and the
corresponding IOUs and receipts. Aron "the father" dies in 1742-43 and a
third generation takes over. Pierre-Andre Meyer follows up their story
until the French Revolution, when all restrictions to the settlement of
the Jews in cities are waived. As early as 1808, 42 Jewish households
with 240 individuals live in Phalsbourg.

Ernest Kallmann Suburban Paris ernest.kallmann@wanadoo.fr


German SIG #Germany Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, # 76 #germany

Ernest Kallmann <ernest.kallmann@...>
 

Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, N° 76, Volume 19, December 2003, is
fresh >from the press. Here is the summary :


This issue is mainly devoted to papers about genealogical discoveries,
in order to illustrate the various adventures a genealogist can face and
the many ways he can proceed to obtain results.


Didier AMAR recalls the first meeting of the Amar family, descending
from Salomon Amar >from Salonika, held in Toledo and gathering some 50
persons. A family tree is shown.

In "The concealed memory" , Andre NARCY reveals how he discovered that
one of his grandmothers was of Jewish descent, a secret his family had
never revealed.

"Is Levy a specific Jewish surname ?" Bernard LYON-CAEN has discovered a
Michel-Levy family in the Jura mountains, traced back as far as 1650,
and certainly not Jewish.

"Who is Nathan Risser's wife ?" Andree MARGOLIN tries to identify a
Bomsel girl, who married Nathan Risser in 1845. Her given names vary,
according to various records, between Klar, Adele, Clarisse, Elise and
Claire. At the end of a genuine detective's investigation, the author
discovers illegitimate births and forged documents.

Peter STEIN discovers a new source for Jewish genealogy : the accounts
of the Swiss bailiffs for the city of Baden (Aargau) and the
Baden-Buecher kept in the Archives of the Canton of Bern. They often
document vital events relating to families with members both in
Lengnau-Endingen and in Alsace.

"The little French girl", Anne-Marie JUTEL, has traced her French
gggrandmother, who lived in San Francisco and is buried there, back to
her Alsatian parents.

"About various surnames" : Francis-Marc WEILL started his genealogy by
attending the first Hemmerdinger family meeting in 1999. Through several
contacts made there he has solved the main difficulty encountered : an
illegitimately born ancestor.

In "Serendipity", Rosanne LEESON recalls two events where unpredictable
and improbable coincidences resulted in significant genealogy progress.

How to solve your problems by joining the Cercle deGenealogie Juive :
Veronique CAHEN has made contacts with several other members of the CGJ
who guide her in her family research.

Laurent KASSEL has raised questions >from readers of an article he had
written in Avotaynu. This started an exchange of data and sources with
possibly related researchers across the Oceans, which helped solving
some intricate problems in his own ancestry.

J.B. has been fascinated by a story his mother told him, about a
ggg-aunt >from Berlin born around 1830 she remembers having met in Paris
in her early youth. He experiences two characteristics of the Germans :
rigid adherence to the rules and minute care and order for documents.
The outcome is unexpected and positive.

">from Moselle to Brazil", Paulo VALADARES (paper translated by Renato
MINERBO) describes immigration of Jews >from Moselle to Campinas (Brazil)
in 1857 and the problems they experience.

Pierre-Andre MEYER concludes his description of the Aron family. They
finally succeed in returning to Phalsbourg in 1724 after having found a
refuge in Lixheim following their expulsion in 1712. They are granted
permission to do so after agreeing to live in three houses only, located
in the same area.

The family history can be traced through Notary deeds and the
corresponding IOUs and receipts. Aron "the father" dies in 1742-43 and a
third generation takes over. Pierre-Andre Meyer follows up their story
until the French Revolution, when all restrictions to the settlement of
the Jews in cities are waived. As early as 1808, 42 Jewish households
with 240 individuals live in Phalsbourg.

Ernest Kallmann Suburban Paris ernest.kallmann@wanadoo.fr


They went to PHILADELPHIA and also NEW YORK #germany

Adam Yamey <adamandlopa@...>
 

I am in possession of a detailed list of the descendants of Sophie SELIGMANN
1802-1847) and her husband Leopold S FRIEDBERGER(1794-1872). Both lived in
Ichenhausen, Bavaria.

Almost all of her children emigrated to the USA, mainly to Philadelphia, one to
New York (City?).

Large numbers of the descendants have surnames including the following:
STERN, WOOLF, SUNDHEIM,GOLDSMITH, SAVARESE,DALSIMER,
LAUTERSTEIN, WEIL, and ALTMAN....to name but a few!

It has been suggested to me that many of the migrants
to Philadelphia may arrived by the Hamburg-America line.

I wpould like to know when these people arrived in the
USA and what occupations they had. Also any more
information about any of the families mentioned above
would be of great interest to me.

Please contact me, Adam YAMEY, London, UK <adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>


German SIG #Germany They went to PHILADELPHIA and also NEW YORK #germany

Adam Yamey <adamandlopa@...>
 

I am in possession of a detailed list of the descendants of Sophie SELIGMANN
1802-1847) and her husband Leopold S FRIEDBERGER(1794-1872). Both lived in
Ichenhausen, Bavaria.

Almost all of her children emigrated to the USA, mainly to Philadelphia, one to
New York (City?).

Large numbers of the descendants have surnames including the following:
STERN, WOOLF, SUNDHEIM,GOLDSMITH, SAVARESE,DALSIMER,
LAUTERSTEIN, WEIL, and ALTMAN....to name but a few!

It has been suggested to me that many of the migrants
to Philadelphia may arrived by the Hamburg-America line.

I wpould like to know when these people arrived in the
USA and what occupations they had. Also any more
information about any of the families mentioned above
would be of great interest to me.

Please contact me, Adam YAMEY, London, UK <adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>


Suggestions re trip to Krakow, Ratibor and Wroclow #general

Amoz Chernoff <achernoff9785@...>
 

My wife, adult children and I are planning a trip to the above cities
in Poland later this year. We would be most interested in knowing
highlights of trips others may have taken to these areas as well as
possible contacts in these cities who might be knowledgeable of the
areas as of the late 1930s. Your assistance would be greatly
appreciated.
Please answer privately.
Thank you.
Amoz Chernoff
Potomac, MD
achernoff9785@comcast.net

MODERATOR NOTE: You may also wish to check JewishGen's ShtetlSchleppers
to see if they have any trips that fit your needs. The website is
<http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSchleppers/>.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Suggestions re trip to Krakow, Ratibor and Wroclow #general

Amoz Chernoff <achernoff9785@...>
 

My wife, adult children and I are planning a trip to the above cities
in Poland later this year. We would be most interested in knowing
highlights of trips others may have taken to these areas as well as
possible contacts in these cities who might be knowledgeable of the
areas as of the late 1930s. Your assistance would be greatly
appreciated.
Please answer privately.
Thank you.
Amoz Chernoff
Potomac, MD
achernoff9785@comcast.net

MODERATOR NOTE: You may also wish to check JewishGen's ShtetlSchleppers
to see if they have any trips that fit your needs. The website is
<http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSchleppers/>.


Lost Posting: Stan re Nokavitch #general

Stewart Bernstein <skbernst123@...>
 

This posting is to Stan? Posted during the week of
Jan. 18-24. Had listed the name Nokavitch in his tree.
Please contact me at skbernst123@yahoo.com

I have Nokavitch in my family tree. The name was
changed to Horwitz in Kansas City Missouri. The family
was >from one of the following towns: Warka/Vurka or
Gora Kalwaria, both in Poland. The Nokavich family was
related to my maternal grandmother Malyi Karchever
from Warka. Malya/Mary married my grandfather Issik
Niestempower
(changed to Bernstein in the U.S.) Issik was from
Pultusk, Poland.

Stewart Bernstein
Thousand Oaks, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lost Posting: Stan re Nokavitch #general

Stewart Bernstein <skbernst123@...>
 

This posting is to Stan? Posted during the week of
Jan. 18-24. Had listed the name Nokavitch in his tree.
Please contact me at skbernst123@yahoo.com

I have Nokavitch in my family tree. The name was
changed to Horwitz in Kansas City Missouri. The family
was >from one of the following towns: Warka/Vurka or
Gora Kalwaria, both in Poland. The Nokavich family was
related to my maternal grandmother Malyi Karchever
from Warka. Malya/Mary married my grandfather Issik
Niestempower
(changed to Bernstein in the U.S.) Issik was from
Pultusk, Poland.

Stewart Bernstein
Thousand Oaks, CA