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Translation of Old Yiddish Letters #poland

Linda Shefler <linsilv@...>
 

Dear All~
I have several letters written in Yiddish between my ggg grandfather (in
Poland) and gg grandfather (here in America) that I am most anxious to have
translated. The letters are about 100 years old and as I understand it
written in a rather formal/learned Yiddish. I am anxious to learn not only
names; dates; places and other vital information, but also about their
personal lives.

The letters can be found at: http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
in the To View section - as files - VM3445; VM3446; VM3447
Please respond privately.

Any help with translations would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


Linda Silverman Shefler
linsilv@nc.rr.com
Cary, NC

Also researching:
ROSENBLATT/ROZENBLAT: Bedzin; Lublin; Sosnowicz; Czestochowa; Pittsburgh,
PA; Providence, RI; New York, NY
SILVERMAN: Letichev; Zincoff; Providence, RI
PLOTKER/PLOTKA: Zincoff; Letichev
SNOPARSKY: Pavilich; Fastov; Kiev; Providence, RI
GORDON: Yelisavetgrod; Kherson; Providence, RI
NULMAN: Pavilich; Fastov; Kiev; Fall River, MA; Providence, RI; New York, NY
SHERMAN: Fastov?
HOROWITZ: Kherson; Yelisavetgrod
MARX: Frankfurt-Am-Main; Cleveland, OH; Providence, RI
FERTEL/VIERTEL: Galicia; Cleveland, OH


JRI Poland #Poland Translation of Old Yiddish Letters #poland

Linda Shefler <linsilv@...>
 

Dear All~
I have several letters written in Yiddish between my ggg grandfather (in
Poland) and gg grandfather (here in America) that I am most anxious to have
translated. The letters are about 100 years old and as I understand it
written in a rather formal/learned Yiddish. I am anxious to learn not only
names; dates; places and other vital information, but also about their
personal lives.

The letters can be found at: http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
in the To View section - as files - VM3445; VM3446; VM3447
Please respond privately.

Any help with translations would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


Linda Silverman Shefler
linsilv@nc.rr.com
Cary, NC

Also researching:
ROSENBLATT/ROZENBLAT: Bedzin; Lublin; Sosnowicz; Czestochowa; Pittsburgh,
PA; Providence, RI; New York, NY
SILVERMAN: Letichev; Zincoff; Providence, RI
PLOTKER/PLOTKA: Zincoff; Letichev
SNOPARSKY: Pavilich; Fastov; Kiev; Providence, RI
GORDON: Yelisavetgrod; Kherson; Providence, RI
NULMAN: Pavilich; Fastov; Kiev; Fall River, MA; Providence, RI; New York, NY
SHERMAN: Fastov?
HOROWITZ: Kherson; Yelisavetgrod
MARX: Frankfurt-Am-Main; Cleveland, OH; Providence, RI
FERTEL/VIERTEL: Galicia; Cleveland, OH


Expansion of Shopping Basket Order System #poland

Mark Halpern <willie46@...>
 

Mark your calendar for March 1st as 11 more Archives and branches
will be added to the JRI-Poland Shopping Basket order system on that
date.

Read on for more information.

On October 22, 2003, we announced the expansion of our Shopping
Basket order system for ordering certain Jewish vital records
from the Polish State Archives. That announcement can be found at
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/neworder.htm. At that time, we
announced that the Shopping Basket system would be applicable for
19 Archives and branches as of November 3, 2003 and that other
Archives would be added in early 2004.

The Shopping Basket system has been a real success, allowing
researchers to obtain record copies more efficiently than in the
past. The Polish State Archives is also happy with this new
System. Therefore, the Polish State Archives has agreed to add
the following Archives and branches to the Shopping Basket system
effective March 1, 2004.

Katowice
Kielce
Leczycz branch of Plock Archives
Pinczow branch of Kielce Archives
Piotrkow Trybunalski
Radom
Sandomierz branch of Kielce Archives
Starachowice branch of Kielce Archives
Tomaszow Mazowiecki branch of Piotrkow Trybunalski Archives
Torun
Wloclawek branch of Torun Archives

This means that all records that have been indexed through
JRI-Poland/Polish State Archives projects (see
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/psastat.htm) will now be available
for ordering using the Shopping Basket system. Records indexed
from LDS (Mormon) microfilms or any other source cannot be
ordered using this system.

A step-by-step guide to ordering records using the Shopping Basket
system can be found at
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/psabasketinst.htm.

Mark Halpern
Order Processing Coordinator


JRI Poland #Poland Expansion of Shopping Basket Order System #poland

Mark Halpern <willie46@...>
 

Mark your calendar for March 1st as 11 more Archives and branches
will be added to the JRI-Poland Shopping Basket order system on that
date.

Read on for more information.

On October 22, 2003, we announced the expansion of our Shopping
Basket order system for ordering certain Jewish vital records
from the Polish State Archives. That announcement can be found at
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/neworder.htm. At that time, we
announced that the Shopping Basket system would be applicable for
19 Archives and branches as of November 3, 2003 and that other
Archives would be added in early 2004.

The Shopping Basket system has been a real success, allowing
researchers to obtain record copies more efficiently than in the
past. The Polish State Archives is also happy with this new
System. Therefore, the Polish State Archives has agreed to add
the following Archives and branches to the Shopping Basket system
effective March 1, 2004.

Katowice
Kielce
Leczycz branch of Plock Archives
Pinczow branch of Kielce Archives
Piotrkow Trybunalski
Radom
Sandomierz branch of Kielce Archives
Starachowice branch of Kielce Archives
Tomaszow Mazowiecki branch of Piotrkow Trybunalski Archives
Torun
Wloclawek branch of Torun Archives

This means that all records that have been indexed through
JRI-Poland/Polish State Archives projects (see
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/psastat.htm) will now be available
for ordering using the Shopping Basket system. Records indexed
from LDS (Mormon) microfilms or any other source cannot be
ordered using this system.

A step-by-step guide to ordering records using the Shopping Basket
system can be found at
http://www.jri-poland.org/psa/psabasketinst.htm.

Mark Halpern
Order Processing Coordinator


Bernard and Jakob WEISSBERG #general

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

I am trying to find Bernard and Jakob WEISSBERG. I believe that Bernard was
born in Poland as:

Benjamin Wolf WAJSBERG
born 11 February 1914, Czestochowa

After the War, he was:

Bernard WEISSBERG
listed as a survivor in Stockholm, Sweden

His parents were:

Josek Szaja and Bajla Szajndla WAJSBERG

Today, if still alive, Bernard and Jakob WEISSBERG could be anywhere, but I
would guess they would be in Israel, Canada, or the USA. Let me know if you
can help.

Dan

P.S. This is part of my TAELMAN/TELMAN/TALMAN family:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/talman/

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@wittenberg.edu>
Springfield, Ohio USA
TALMAN, ENGLANDER, JURKIEWICZ, STRAUSBERG, KIFER, BRODA, SZEWCZYK,
LEWKOWICZ, SZPALTYN, OFMAN, ZYLBERBERG, KRZEPICKI, LUKS, MOSZKOWICZ, STROZ,
SZWIMER, GUTMAN, PESACH, FEYNER/FEINER/FAYNER, BORZYKOWSKI, SZEWCZYK,
SZWARCBERG, HILLER, FEDERMAN, WAJSHAUS, WAJSBERG, GELBART
(Czestochowa-Przyrow-Mstow-Koniecpol-Janow-Plawno-Radomsko-Przyborow-Zgierz-
Lodz-Przedborz)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Bernard and Jakob WEISSBERG #general

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

I am trying to find Bernard and Jakob WEISSBERG. I believe that Bernard was
born in Poland as:

Benjamin Wolf WAJSBERG
born 11 February 1914, Czestochowa

After the War, he was:

Bernard WEISSBERG
listed as a survivor in Stockholm, Sweden

His parents were:

Josek Szaja and Bajla Szajndla WAJSBERG

Today, if still alive, Bernard and Jakob WEISSBERG could be anywhere, but I
would guess they would be in Israel, Canada, or the USA. Let me know if you
can help.

Dan

P.S. This is part of my TAELMAN/TELMAN/TALMAN family:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/talman/

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@wittenberg.edu>
Springfield, Ohio USA
TALMAN, ENGLANDER, JURKIEWICZ, STRAUSBERG, KIFER, BRODA, SZEWCZYK,
LEWKOWICZ, SZPALTYN, OFMAN, ZYLBERBERG, KRZEPICKI, LUKS, MOSZKOWICZ, STROZ,
SZWIMER, GUTMAN, PESACH, FEYNER/FEINER/FAYNER, BORZYKOWSKI, SZEWCZYK,
SZWARCBERG, HILLER, FEDERMAN, WAJSHAUS, WAJSBERG, GELBART
(Czestochowa-Przyrow-Mstow-Koniecpol-Janow-Plawno-Radomsko-Przyborow-Zgierz-
Lodz-Przedborz)


Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, # 76 #general

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.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, # 76 #general

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.


WEISS and LOWENKOPF Families - Austria/NY #general

shelcohe@...
 

Searching for:
Descendants of Pearl WEISS LOWENKOPF daughter of
Morris WEISS and Dora Sivia LOWENKOPF
Children: Edith and Myra

Descendants of Irving WEISS (b. 1913?) son of Morris WEISS and
Dora Sivia LOWENKOPF
Children: Sally, Alan and Dorable

Will appreciate your help with this.

Sheldon Cohen
Atlanta, Georgia
USA

shelcohen@bellsouth.net

Searching:

KAGAN,COHEN, COHN, KAHN, GUREWITZ, HURWITZ , KRICHEVER,
SHARLIN, SHAVLIN, SCHMURAKSTEIN, STEIN- Mogilev/Chicago/Newark
CHARLSON, CHARLESTON, SCHLOSSHERE,-Neishtot-Tavrig/PA
KLIVANSKY, KLEVANS - Keidany, Lithuania/ PA
BORG - Tyzsowce, Poland/Pittsburgh, PA
KIRSHENBAUM (and variations) Hrubieszow,Poland/Pittsburgh


Anyone going to Kings County, Brooklyn County Clerk's Office #general

shelcohe@...
 

If anyone is going to the Brooklyn Kings County Clerk's Office I will
appreciate some help. I am looking for the Naturalization papers for a Sam
(Samuel) Mintz. I found several Samuel Mintz's in the Naturalization Index
which could be him.

They are:

Samuel Mintz - Dec. Vol 103, Dec. Page 176, Yr 1915
- Dec. Vol. 63, Dec. Page 2, Year 1913
- Dec. Vol. 49, Dec. Page 97, Year 1912, Pet.
Vol. 121

Our Samuel, born 1897 in Russia/Poland, emigrated to US in 1913 per the 1930
Census. His wife was Ida Collenstein, although he might have been single
when applying..

If someone can verify that one of these fits, I can then proceed with
getting the documents.

Will appreciate your help with this.

Sheldon Cohen
Atlanta, Georgia

shelcohen@bellsouth.net

Searching:

BORG - Tyzsowce, Poland/Pittsburgh, PA
KIRSHENBAUM (and variations) Hrubieszow,Poland/Pittsburgh
CHARLSON, CHARLESTON, SCHLOSSHERE,-Neishtot-Tavrig/PA
KLIVANSKY, KLEVANS - Keidany, Lithuania/ PA
KAGAN,COHEN, COHN, KAHN, GUREWITZ, HURWITZ , KRICHEVER,
SHARLIN, SHAVLIN, SCHMURAKSTEIN, STEIN- Mogilev/Chicago/Newark


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen WEISS and LOWENKOPF Families - Austria/NY #general

shelcohe@...
 

Searching for:
Descendants of Pearl WEISS LOWENKOPF daughter of
Morris WEISS and Dora Sivia LOWENKOPF
Children: Edith and Myra

Descendants of Irving WEISS (b. 1913?) son of Morris WEISS and
Dora Sivia LOWENKOPF
Children: Sally, Alan and Dorable

Will appreciate your help with this.

Sheldon Cohen
Atlanta, Georgia
USA

shelcohen@bellsouth.net

Searching:

KAGAN,COHEN, COHN, KAHN, GUREWITZ, HURWITZ , KRICHEVER,
SHARLIN, SHAVLIN, SCHMURAKSTEIN, STEIN- Mogilev/Chicago/Newark
CHARLSON, CHARLESTON, SCHLOSSHERE,-Neishtot-Tavrig/PA
KLIVANSKY, KLEVANS - Keidany, Lithuania/ PA
BORG - Tyzsowce, Poland/Pittsburgh, PA
KIRSHENBAUM (and variations) Hrubieszow,Poland/Pittsburgh


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Anyone going to Kings County, Brooklyn County Clerk's Office #general

shelcohe@...
 

If anyone is going to the Brooklyn Kings County Clerk's Office I will
appreciate some help. I am looking for the Naturalization papers for a Sam
(Samuel) Mintz. I found several Samuel Mintz's in the Naturalization Index
which could be him.

They are:

Samuel Mintz - Dec. Vol 103, Dec. Page 176, Yr 1915
- Dec. Vol. 63, Dec. Page 2, Year 1913
- Dec. Vol. 49, Dec. Page 97, Year 1912, Pet.
Vol. 121

Our Samuel, born 1897 in Russia/Poland, emigrated to US in 1913 per the 1930
Census. His wife was Ida Collenstein, although he might have been single
when applying..

If someone can verify that one of these fits, I can then proceed with
getting the documents.

Will appreciate your help with this.

Sheldon Cohen
Atlanta, Georgia

shelcohen@bellsouth.net

Searching:

BORG - Tyzsowce, Poland/Pittsburgh, PA
KIRSHENBAUM (and variations) Hrubieszow,Poland/Pittsburgh
CHARLSON, CHARLESTON, SCHLOSSHERE,-Neishtot-Tavrig/PA
KLIVANSKY, KLEVANS - Keidany, Lithuania/ PA
KAGAN,COHEN, COHN, KAHN, GUREWITZ, HURWITZ , KRICHEVER,
SHARLIN, SHAVLIN, SCHMURAKSTEIN, STEIN- Mogilev/Chicago/Newark


SHAVLIN/SHARLIN and SHALMAN - Chicago #belarus

sheldon cohen <shelcohen@...>
 

Searching for predecessors and family of Nathan SHAVLIN and wife Sylvia
nee SHALMAN, who emigrated >from Mogilev, Belarus in 1918 and settled in
Chicago. Nathan was a razor strap manufacturer. Arrived Philadelphia
11/25/1918.

Trying to make a cousin connection with KAGAN family also >from Mogilev.

Per 1930 Census, Nathan and second wife Anna and children Jack, Edith and
Sarah lived at 1059 Oakley Blvd, Chicago in 1930.

Sheldon Cohen
Atlanta, Georgia
shelcohen@bellsouth.net

Searching:

BORG - Tyzsowce, Poland/Pittsburgh, PA
KIRSHENBAUM (and variations) Hrubieszow,Poland/Pittsburgh
CHARLSON, CHARLESTON - Neishtot-Tavrig/PA
KLIVANSKY, KLEVANS - Keidany, Lithuania/ PA
KAGAN,COHEN, GUREWITZ, HURWITZ , KRICHEVER, SHALMAN,
SHARLIN, SHAVLIN, SCHMURAKSTEIN, STEIN- Mogilev/Chicago/Newark


Belarus SIG #Belarus SHAVLIN/SHARLIN and SHALMAN - Chicago #belarus

sheldon cohen <shelcohen@...>
 

Searching for predecessors and family of Nathan SHAVLIN and wife Sylvia
nee SHALMAN, who emigrated >from Mogilev, Belarus in 1918 and settled in
Chicago. Nathan was a razor strap manufacturer. Arrived Philadelphia
11/25/1918.

Trying to make a cousin connection with KAGAN family also >from Mogilev.

Per 1930 Census, Nathan and second wife Anna and children Jack, Edith and
Sarah lived at 1059 Oakley Blvd, Chicago in 1930.

Sheldon Cohen
Atlanta, Georgia
shelcohen@bellsouth.net

Searching:

BORG - Tyzsowce, Poland/Pittsburgh, PA
KIRSHENBAUM (and variations) Hrubieszow,Poland/Pittsburgh
CHARLSON, CHARLESTON - Neishtot-Tavrig/PA
KLIVANSKY, KLEVANS - Keidany, Lithuania/ PA
KAGAN,COHEN, GUREWITZ, HURWITZ , KRICHEVER, SHALMAN,
SHARLIN, SHAVLIN, SCHMURAKSTEIN, STEIN- Mogilev/Chicago/Newark


SHMURAKSTEIN/STEIN - Newark, New Jersey #belarus

sheldon cohen <shelcohen@...>
 

Searching for info on decendants of GGF Israel SHMURAKSTEIN
(STEIN) and son Max (Meyer) STEIN of Newark, NJ. Israel (born 1852),
wife Scheine (Sonia) and son Izchok emigrated >from Mogilev, Belarus in
1907.

Max STEIN (born 1886), a barber, and wife Esther lived at 120 Spruce
Street, Newark in 1930 with children Celia (b. 1911), David (b. 1915)
and Sonia (b. 1927).

Will appreciate any information on this family.

Sheldon Cohen
Atlanta, Georgia
shelcohen@bellsouth.net

Searching:
KAGAN,COHEN, COHN, GUREWITZ, HURWITZ , KRICHEVER, SHALMAN,
SHARLIN, SHAVLIN, SCHMURAKSTEIN, STEIN- Mogilev/Chicago/Newark
BORG - Tyzsowce, Poland/Pittsburgh, PA
KIRSHENBAUM (and variations) Hrubieszow,Poland/Pittsburgh
CHARLSON, CHARLESTON -Neishtot-Tavrig/ PA
KLIVANSKY, KLEVANS - Keidany, Lithuania./PA


Belarus SIG #Belarus SHMURAKSTEIN/STEIN - Newark, New Jersey #belarus

sheldon cohen <shelcohen@...>
 

Searching for info on decendants of GGF Israel SHMURAKSTEIN
(STEIN) and son Max (Meyer) STEIN of Newark, NJ. Israel (born 1852),
wife Scheine (Sonia) and son Izchok emigrated >from Mogilev, Belarus in
1907.

Max STEIN (born 1886), a barber, and wife Esther lived at 120 Spruce
Street, Newark in 1930 with children Celia (b. 1911), David (b. 1915)
and Sonia (b. 1927).

Will appreciate any information on this family.

Sheldon Cohen
Atlanta, Georgia
shelcohen@bellsouth.net

Searching:
KAGAN,COHEN, COHN, GUREWITZ, HURWITZ , KRICHEVER, SHALMAN,
SHARLIN, SHAVLIN, SCHMURAKSTEIN, STEIN- Mogilev/Chicago/Newark
BORG - Tyzsowce, Poland/Pittsburgh, PA
KIRSHENBAUM (and variations) Hrubieszow,Poland/Pittsburgh
CHARLSON, CHARLESTON -Neishtot-Tavrig/ PA
KLIVANSKY, KLEVANS - Keidany, Lithuania./PA


Seeking SUSANA GLASSERMAN #latinamerica

Robert Pollack <rmpollack@...>
 

My email to Susana Glasserman, researcher #68149, at email address
crubins@ciudad.com.ar , has returned to me.

Are you out there Susana Glasserman? Does anybody have current contact
information for her?

-Robert Pollack
Currently of Annapolis, Maryland

MODERATOR NOTE: If Susana remains among the missing, please report to and
request help >from lostNfound@lyris.jewishgen.org


Latin America #LatinAmerica Seeking SUSANA GLASSERMAN #latinamerica

Robert Pollack <rmpollack@...>
 

My email to Susana Glasserman, researcher #68149, at email address
crubins@ciudad.com.ar , has returned to me.

Are you out there Susana Glasserman? Does anybody have current contact
information for her?

-Robert Pollack
Currently of Annapolis, Maryland

MODERATOR NOTE: If Susana remains among the missing, please report to and
request help >from lostNfound@lyris.jewishgen.org


YIDDISH TRANSLATION and FACE IDENTIFICATION #latinamerica

Robert Pollack <rmpollack@...>
 

Hello everyone.

I posted this a few days ago but got only one response, and this person said
he couldn't quite make it out but made a guess. I wonder if others were
discouraged >from writing with the idea that others would write. Even if you
can't quite get it all, I would greatly appreciate whatever you can get, and
any guesses for the difficult parts.

I'm looking for a translation of the Yiddish on the back of this photo:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3420

Also, if anybody could provide a simple transliteration, I would appreciate
it. If anyone recognizes any of the faces, I would LOVE to hear about it
(the picture is presumably in Argentina, perhaps in Carlos Casares).

Thanks again,

Robert Pollack
Currently of Annapolis, Maryland


Latin America #LatinAmerica YIDDISH TRANSLATION and FACE IDENTIFICATION #latinamerica

Robert Pollack <rmpollack@...>
 

Hello everyone.

I posted this a few days ago but got only one response, and this person said
he couldn't quite make it out but made a guess. I wonder if others were
discouraged >from writing with the idea that others would write. Even if you
can't quite get it all, I would greatly appreciate whatever you can get, and
any guesses for the difficult parts.

I'm looking for a translation of the Yiddish on the back of this photo:
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3420

Also, if anybody could provide a simple transliteration, I would appreciate
it. If anyone recognizes any of the faces, I would LOVE to hear about it
(the picture is presumably in Argentina, perhaps in Carlos Casares).

Thanks again,

Robert Pollack
Currently of Annapolis, Maryland