Date   

Do you recognise them? Viewmate #southafrica

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

Forgive me, I feel it is necessary to check with all of the SIG lists that I
am subscribed to
As we do not know where they came >from but think they may have been related
to people >from Liverpool or Nottingham.

They may be >from one of the following families - DEAN, HARRIS. VISHNEFSKY,
HARRIS, STANLEY, LEVINE.

My cousin has given me this photo and thinks that they could have
connection to one or more of the above names.

The first names he seems to recall that may be connected to the photo,
somehow are, David, Abraham, Annie, Patrick and Marion, Stanley.

We would be most grateful to have someone confirm this.

Perhaps you can remember the individuals, or have a similar photo in you own
collection such as in the photograph

Please reply to me at my private email - jdsrh_r_t_g_@mweb.co.za
My file is up on the ViewMate site
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate) in the To View section - as file -
VM3261

Thank you for your assistance

Julie Shapero
South Africa

Researching: SHAPERO, SHAPEERO, SHAPIRO, LIVINGSTONE, GOLDSTEIN, DEAN,


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Do you recognise them? Viewmate #southafrica

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

Forgive me, I feel it is necessary to check with all of the SIG lists that I
am subscribed to
As we do not know where they came >from but think they may have been related
to people >from Liverpool or Nottingham.

They may be >from one of the following families - DEAN, HARRIS. VISHNEFSKY,
HARRIS, STANLEY, LEVINE.

My cousin has given me this photo and thinks that they could have
connection to one or more of the above names.

The first names he seems to recall that may be connected to the photo,
somehow are, David, Abraham, Annie, Patrick and Marion, Stanley.

We would be most grateful to have someone confirm this.

Perhaps you can remember the individuals, or have a similar photo in you own
collection such as in the photograph

Please reply to me at my private email - jdsrh_r_t_g_@mweb.co.za
My file is up on the ViewMate site
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate) in the To View section - as file -
VM3261

Thank you for your assistance

Julie Shapero
South Africa

Researching: SHAPERO, SHAPEERO, SHAPIRO, LIVINGSTONE, GOLDSTEIN, DEAN,


Goldstein, Tabachnick, Schanman #southafrica

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

Hello SA Sig,

I just re-joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for +- 5
years (or months).

I live in Edenvale, Gauteng, a small town just east of Johannesburg, South
Africa.

My primary research goals in this instant are to find out: anything and as
much about all of them as possible about the GOLDSTEIN, SCHANMAN and
TABACKNICK side of my family

GOLDSTEIN - see below for places they lived in at various times

Froem b. +- 1838 married Rose SCHANMAN b.+- 1840 (?) Berdichev,

Chepsel b +_ 1864 Jerusalem, married Bealy (Fanny Bella) TABACHNICK +_ 1864
Berdichev
Rebecca b. ? England +- 1892
Marc, Markus, Max b. ?England +- 1893

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

DESPERATELY SEARCHING FOR: -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
GOLDSTEIN and TABACHNICK (Antwerp, Poland, Austria, Berdichev, Jerusalem,
England, London, South Africa)
SHAPERO. SHAPIRO, SHAPEERO, SCHAPIRA(E), SZAPIRA(E) - (Zbaraz Galicia,
England, South Africa)


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Goldstein, Tabachnick, Schanman #southafrica

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

Hello SA Sig,

I just re-joined the group. I have been doing genealogy research for +- 5
years (or months).

I live in Edenvale, Gauteng, a small town just east of Johannesburg, South
Africa.

My primary research goals in this instant are to find out: anything and as
much about all of them as possible about the GOLDSTEIN, SCHANMAN and
TABACKNICK side of my family

GOLDSTEIN - see below for places they lived in at various times

Froem b. +- 1838 married Rose SCHANMAN b.+- 1840 (?) Berdichev,

Chepsel b +_ 1864 Jerusalem, married Bealy (Fanny Bella) TABACHNICK +_ 1864
Berdichev
Rebecca b. ? England +- 1892
Marc, Markus, Max b. ?England +- 1893

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

DESPERATELY SEARCHING FOR: -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
GOLDSTEIN and TABACHNICK (Antwerp, Poland, Austria, Berdichev, Jerusalem,
England, London, South Africa)
SHAPERO. SHAPIRO, SHAPEERO, SCHAPIRA(E), SZAPIRA(E) - (Zbaraz Galicia,
England, South Africa)


Research introduction #southafrica

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

Hello Sig List,

My name is Julie and I have just re-joined the group again, after a
wonderful trip to England to meet with some of my lost relatives.

I have been doing genealogy research for +- 5 years and I consider myself to
be an intermediate in doing Genealogy research.

I live in Edenvale, Gauteng, a small town, just east of Johannesburg, South
Africa.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of 2 of my
grandparents, 4 of my great grandparents and 0 of my great, great
grandparents.

Great grand parents: A

Zallel SCHAPIRA (used various other combinations - see Below), d 1901,
Blackburn, England. I have no idea where he was born and assume about 1839 -
1844

His wife, Chane Lea DANK, d 1891 at age 42 - Zbaraz, Galicia, she was born
in the region of Tarnopol - (?) Smykowce -, Lviv.
Her parents were: Aron & Chaja Sara DANK

SCHAPIRA children that survived Europe to go to England: +- between 1891 -
1899
Mendel +- 1873 ? m Fanny SHAFFER 1893, Manchester England, then to South
Africa after 1908
Moses 1877, Zbaraz, Galicia to England then South Africa
Fanny +- 1879, Zbaraz Galicia d London, England 1955
Chaskel (Ezekiel Charles) 1880 Zbaraz Galicia , d. Nottingham England 1930
David 1889, Zbaraz Galicia, d. Leicester, England 1976

Great grand parents: B The surname and towns of birth for this family
remain an enigma.
Jacob LIVINGSTONE (? Original name), b. Snoalk ? Poland. +- 1849. d. ? -
Middlesbrough England 1901 census
Sarah LIVINGSTONE (? Maiden name). b. Snoalk ? Poland. +- 1841 - 1851. d.
? - Middlesbrough England 1901 census

LIVINGSTONE children that survived Europe to go to England - when ????
Janey - b. Plaq ? Poland +- 1873 - Middlesbrough England 1901 census
Mary - b. Plaq ? Poland / Russia 1977 d. Johannesburg 1948
Lazarus "H" - b. Plaq ? Poland +- 1880 went to England an was known to have
been in New Mexico in the 1940's - Middlesbrough England 1901 census
Lily - b. Plaq ? Poland +- 1883 went to England an was known to have been in
New Mexico in the 1940's - Middlesbrough England 1901 census
Percy "J" - b. Plaq ? Poland +- 1884 went to England an was known to have
been in New Mexico in the 1940's - Middlesbrough England 1901 census

Grand:
Moses (Morris) Shapero, b. Zbaraz, Galicia. 1877. m. 1898 in Blackburn
England. d. Vryheid, Natal, South Africa. 1924
wife Mary Livingstone (can't find real surname). b. Russia, Poland,
Lithuania. +- 1880. d. Johannesburg, South Africa. 1948

My primary research goals now are to find out and trace anything more and as
much about all of them, and their families as is humanly possible.
The real surname of the Livingstones, and the real names of the towns they
came >from so that I can trace the rest of their family's
To find out where Zallel and Mendel Schapira were born, and the rest of
Zallel and Chane's family

SHAPERO, SHAPIRO, SCHAPIRA, SHAPIRA, SZAPIRA SHAPEERO, SHARPLES
(variations) - Zbaraz, Galicia, last date I have 1894, Austria, Russia,
Lithuania -, then Blackburn, Bolton, Prestwich, Manchester, Leicester,
Nottingham, by 1894 England to South Africa >from 1900
LIVINGSTONE, LEVINSTIEN, LAVINGSTON, LEBENSTEIN, LOWEINSTEIN, LEWENSTEIN,
(any variations) - Suwalk (i), Snoalk, Plag, Austria, Lithuania, Russia
(Towns Unknown) England & New Mexico, Santa Fe, Albuquerque +_ 1920 to date,
San Francisco, California, USA
DANK - (Tarnopol - Smykowce - Lwów, Lviv, Zbaraz, Galicia Poland) the 1800's
at least.
SHAFFER - ?(Joiwin) Russia, Austria

Regards,
Julie Shapero,
South Africa

DESPERATELY SEARCHING FOR: -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SHAPERO, SHAPIRO, SCHAPIRA, SHAPIRA, SZAPIRA SHAPEERO, SHARPLES
(variations) - (Zbaraz-Galicia- Poland & England)
LIVINGSTONE, LEVINSTIEN, LAVINGSTON, LEBENSTEIN, LOWEINSTEIN, LEWENSTEIN,
(any variations) - (Suwalk(i), Snoalk, Plag, Lithuania, Russia (Towns
Unknown) England & New Mexico, San Francisco, Los Angeles, USA)
DANK - (Tarnopol - Smykowce -, Lviv, Zbaraz, Galicia Poland)
SHAFFER - ?(Joiwin) Russia, Austria, England - Lancashire in general,
London, USA.
BALKIN -
LAMBERT - Lemberg & England


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Research introduction #southafrica

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

Hello Sig List,

My name is Julie and I have just re-joined the group again, after a
wonderful trip to England to meet with some of my lost relatives.

I have been doing genealogy research for +- 5 years and I consider myself to
be an intermediate in doing Genealogy research.

I live in Edenvale, Gauteng, a small town, just east of Johannesburg, South
Africa.

I have identified the names and birth and death dates of 2 of my
grandparents, 4 of my great grandparents and 0 of my great, great
grandparents.

Great grand parents: A

Zallel SCHAPIRA (used various other combinations - see Below), d 1901,
Blackburn, England. I have no idea where he was born and assume about 1839 -
1844

His wife, Chane Lea DANK, d 1891 at age 42 - Zbaraz, Galicia, she was born
in the region of Tarnopol - (?) Smykowce -, Lviv.
Her parents were: Aron & Chaja Sara DANK

SCHAPIRA children that survived Europe to go to England: +- between 1891 -
1899
Mendel +- 1873 ? m Fanny SHAFFER 1893, Manchester England, then to South
Africa after 1908
Moses 1877, Zbaraz, Galicia to England then South Africa
Fanny +- 1879, Zbaraz Galicia d London, England 1955
Chaskel (Ezekiel Charles) 1880 Zbaraz Galicia , d. Nottingham England 1930
David 1889, Zbaraz Galicia, d. Leicester, England 1976

Great grand parents: B The surname and towns of birth for this family
remain an enigma.
Jacob LIVINGSTONE (? Original name), b. Snoalk ? Poland. +- 1849. d. ? -
Middlesbrough England 1901 census
Sarah LIVINGSTONE (? Maiden name). b. Snoalk ? Poland. +- 1841 - 1851. d.
? - Middlesbrough England 1901 census

LIVINGSTONE children that survived Europe to go to England - when ????
Janey - b. Plaq ? Poland +- 1873 - Middlesbrough England 1901 census
Mary - b. Plaq ? Poland / Russia 1977 d. Johannesburg 1948
Lazarus "H" - b. Plaq ? Poland +- 1880 went to England an was known to have
been in New Mexico in the 1940's - Middlesbrough England 1901 census
Lily - b. Plaq ? Poland +- 1883 went to England an was known to have been in
New Mexico in the 1940's - Middlesbrough England 1901 census
Percy "J" - b. Plaq ? Poland +- 1884 went to England an was known to have
been in New Mexico in the 1940's - Middlesbrough England 1901 census

Grand:
Moses (Morris) Shapero, b. Zbaraz, Galicia. 1877. m. 1898 in Blackburn
England. d. Vryheid, Natal, South Africa. 1924
wife Mary Livingstone (can't find real surname). b. Russia, Poland,
Lithuania. +- 1880. d. Johannesburg, South Africa. 1948

My primary research goals now are to find out and trace anything more and as
much about all of them, and their families as is humanly possible.
The real surname of the Livingstones, and the real names of the towns they
came >from so that I can trace the rest of their family's
To find out where Zallel and Mendel Schapira were born, and the rest of
Zallel and Chane's family

SHAPERO, SHAPIRO, SCHAPIRA, SHAPIRA, SZAPIRA SHAPEERO, SHARPLES
(variations) - Zbaraz, Galicia, last date I have 1894, Austria, Russia,
Lithuania -, then Blackburn, Bolton, Prestwich, Manchester, Leicester,
Nottingham, by 1894 England to South Africa >from 1900
LIVINGSTONE, LEVINSTIEN, LAVINGSTON, LEBENSTEIN, LOWEINSTEIN, LEWENSTEIN,
(any variations) - Suwalk (i), Snoalk, Plag, Austria, Lithuania, Russia
(Towns Unknown) England & New Mexico, Santa Fe, Albuquerque +_ 1920 to date,
San Francisco, California, USA
DANK - (Tarnopol - Smykowce - Lwów, Lviv, Zbaraz, Galicia Poland) the 1800's
at least.
SHAFFER - ?(Joiwin) Russia, Austria

Regards,
Julie Shapero,
South Africa

DESPERATELY SEARCHING FOR: -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SHAPERO, SHAPIRO, SCHAPIRA, SHAPIRA, SZAPIRA SHAPEERO, SHARPLES
(variations) - (Zbaraz-Galicia- Poland & England)
LIVINGSTONE, LEVINSTIEN, LAVINGSTON, LEBENSTEIN, LOWEINSTEIN, LEWENSTEIN,
(any variations) - (Suwalk(i), Snoalk, Plag, Lithuania, Russia (Towns
Unknown) England & New Mexico, San Francisco, Los Angeles, USA)
DANK - (Tarnopol - Smykowce -, Lviv, Zbaraz, Galicia Poland)
SHAFFER - ?(Joiwin) Russia, Austria, England - Lancashire in general,
London, USA.
BALKIN -
LAMBERT - Lemberg & England


PASSPORT PHOTO - THANK YOU #poland

David Edelman <pappapeach@...>
 

Dear group;

For all who wrote about their family passport photos >from Poland,
thanks. I got the answer I was expecting, but was hoping was not the
case. I can now see that this will be a little harder then I expected.
Thanks again,

David Edelman
San Francisco

MODERATOR'S NOTE: This thread is closed.


JRI Poland #Poland PASSPORT PHOTO - THANK YOU #poland

David Edelman <pappapeach@...>
 

Dear group;

For all who wrote about their family passport photos >from Poland,
thanks. I got the answer I was expecting, but was hoping was not the
case. I can now see that this will be a little harder then I expected.
Thanks again,

David Edelman
San Francisco

MODERATOR'S NOTE: This thread is closed.


Re: Two town names that cause confusion - Stanislawow and Minsk Mazowiecki #poland

Brian Stern <brians99@...>
 

As the Archive Coordinator for the Siedlce Poland Archives, I receive many
e-mails >from researchers inquiring about information for their towns.
Sometimes researchers assume their ancestors lived in a town located in
Siedlce Gubernia, when in fact their families came >from a similarly named
town in another part of Europe.
Unfortunately confusion about town names in Europe is endemic to genealogy
research. Also unfortunately, naming rules for JewishGen Family Finder and
Shtetlinks pages can add to this confusion rather than reduce it.
Requiring that towns be named with their so-called "modern contemporary"
names means that some towns are listed on JewishGen with names that exist
on no Jewish records and that some researchers have never come across. See
Q 4.2 of the JGFF FAQ for an explanation of JGFF naming rules at this link

http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgff-faq.html#q4

Two towns of interest to me should serve as examples.

There are two towns in Galicia that have been known as Zolkiew. One is
about ten miles north of Lemberg. It had a large Jewish population and was
a site of Jewish publishing for many years. Today of course it is in
Ukraine and I'll refer to it as Zolkiew, Ukraine. There is another town
that was known as Zolkiew that is near Lublin, Poland, and I'll refer to it
as Zolkiew, Poland. During the Soviet era, I believe in the 1950s,
Zolkiew, Ukraine was renamed Nesterov, after a famous Soviet pilot. Since
the end of the Soviet era Zolkiew, Ukraine has been renamed to a Ukrainian
version of its name, Zhovkva, which is quite similar to the Yiddish name
that my grandparents knew it as: Zholkva. JGFF rules dictate that
researchers for Zolkiew, Ukraine register under the name of Nesterov. I
have recently realized that a number of the researchers registered under
the name of Zolkiew, Poland in JGFF are really Zolkiew, Ukraine
researchers. Obviously they never came across the name Nesterov or didn't
understand the JGFF naming rules. Since I am the JRI-Poland town leader
for Zolkiew, Ukraine this has caused some confusion in contacting Zolkiew,
Ukraine researchers.

The second town I'm interested in with this problem is Touste, Ukraine.
Touste is a very small town very close to Grzmaylov and in the same county
as Skalat. Touste was renamed by the Soviets, Tolstoye, also in the 1950s.
Another larger nearby town, Tluste, was also renamed Tolstoye by the
Soviets. In the JGFF and in the Shtetlinks pages both of these towns are
listed as Tolstoye, obviously leading to unnecessary and probably unending
confusion. Touste is now known as Tovste in Ukrainian. Touste wasn't
listed in the first edition of WOWW for some reason. I haven't checked in
the revised edition.

Obviously genealogy researchers need to be diligent in determining all the
names of their ancestral towns. Just as obviously, not all are able to do
so. Having strict naming rules that result in ancestral towns being known
by names that are irrelevant to Jewish genealogy seems odd, at best.

Brian Stern JRI-Poland Town Leader, Zolkiew, Ukraine
Lexington, KY


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Two town names that cause confusion - Stanislawow and Minsk Mazowiecki #poland

Brian Stern <brians99@...>
 

As the Archive Coordinator for the Siedlce Poland Archives, I receive many
e-mails >from researchers inquiring about information for their towns.
Sometimes researchers assume their ancestors lived in a town located in
Siedlce Gubernia, when in fact their families came >from a similarly named
town in another part of Europe.
Unfortunately confusion about town names in Europe is endemic to genealogy
research. Also unfortunately, naming rules for JewishGen Family Finder and
Shtetlinks pages can add to this confusion rather than reduce it.
Requiring that towns be named with their so-called "modern contemporary"
names means that some towns are listed on JewishGen with names that exist
on no Jewish records and that some researchers have never come across. See
Q 4.2 of the JGFF FAQ for an explanation of JGFF naming rules at this link

http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgff-faq.html#q4

Two towns of interest to me should serve as examples.

There are two towns in Galicia that have been known as Zolkiew. One is
about ten miles north of Lemberg. It had a large Jewish population and was
a site of Jewish publishing for many years. Today of course it is in
Ukraine and I'll refer to it as Zolkiew, Ukraine. There is another town
that was known as Zolkiew that is near Lublin, Poland, and I'll refer to it
as Zolkiew, Poland. During the Soviet era, I believe in the 1950s,
Zolkiew, Ukraine was renamed Nesterov, after a famous Soviet pilot. Since
the end of the Soviet era Zolkiew, Ukraine has been renamed to a Ukrainian
version of its name, Zhovkva, which is quite similar to the Yiddish name
that my grandparents knew it as: Zholkva. JGFF rules dictate that
researchers for Zolkiew, Ukraine register under the name of Nesterov. I
have recently realized that a number of the researchers registered under
the name of Zolkiew, Poland in JGFF are really Zolkiew, Ukraine
researchers. Obviously they never came across the name Nesterov or didn't
understand the JGFF naming rules. Since I am the JRI-Poland town leader
for Zolkiew, Ukraine this has caused some confusion in contacting Zolkiew,
Ukraine researchers.

The second town I'm interested in with this problem is Touste, Ukraine.
Touste is a very small town very close to Grzmaylov and in the same county
as Skalat. Touste was renamed by the Soviets, Tolstoye, also in the 1950s.
Another larger nearby town, Tluste, was also renamed Tolstoye by the
Soviets. In the JGFF and in the Shtetlinks pages both of these towns are
listed as Tolstoye, obviously leading to unnecessary and probably unending
confusion. Touste is now known as Tovste in Ukrainian. Touste wasn't
listed in the first edition of WOWW for some reason. I haven't checked in
the revised edition.

Obviously genealogy researchers need to be diligent in determining all the
names of their ancestral towns. Just as obviously, not all are able to do
so. Having strict naming rules that result in ancestral towns being known
by names that are irrelevant to Jewish genealogy seems odd, at best.

Brian Stern JRI-Poland Town Leader, Zolkiew, Ukraine
Lexington, KY


Do you recognise them? Viewmate #unitedkingdom

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

Subject: Do you recognise them? Viewmate VM3261

Forgive me, I feel it is necessary to check with all of the JRI lists that I
am subscribed to
As we do not know where they came >from but think they may have been related
to people >from Liverpool or Nottingham.

They may be >from one of the following families - DEAN, HARRIS. VISHNEFSKY,
HARRIS, STANLEY, LEVINE.

My cousin Colin has given me this photo and thinks that they could have
connection to one or more of the above names.

The first names he seems to recall that may be connected to the photo,
somehow are, David, Abraham, Annie, Patrick and Marion, Stanley.

Colin would be most grateful to have someone confirm this.

Perhaps you can remember the individuals, or have a similar photo in you own
collection such as in the photograph

Please reply to me at my private email - jdsrh_r_t_g_@mweb.co.za
My file is up on the ViewMate site
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate) in the To View section - as file -
VM3261

Thank you for your assistance

Julie Shapero
South Africa
English Speaking

Researching: SHAPERO, SHAPEERO, SHAPIRO, LIVINGSTONE, GOLDSTEIN, DEAN,


Viewmate - Are you related to Samuel Livingstone? #unitedkingdom

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

Subject: Samuel Livingstone - Are you related?

I am hoping that his family may be related to my great grandfather Jacob
LIVINGSTONE


Mr. Shmuel Shleima, son of Mr. Meir Ze'ev - died 27 June 1936 aged 69 and is
buried in Hardy Street Cemetery of the Nottingham Hebrew Congregation.
Nottingham, Lancashire in England

My paternal grand uncle Charles Ezekiel Shapeero, is buried close to Samuel
Livingstone, I found and photographed the grave of Samuel Livingstone on my
recent trip to a lost family re-union.

My file is up on the ViewMate site
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate) in the To View section - as file -
VM3262

Please reply to me at my private email - jdsrh_r_t_g_@mweb.co.za

Julie Shapero
South Africa
English Speaking.

Researching: Jacob, Sarah, Mary, Lily, Lazarus, Percy, Janie LIVINGSTONE
(variations), SHAPERO, SHAPEERO, SHAPIRO, SCHAPIRA(E), SZAPIR(A)E, DANK
Chepsel, Froem & Rose GOLDSTEIN, Fanny (Bealy) TABACHNICK


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Do you recognise them? Viewmate #unitedkingdom

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

Subject: Do you recognise them? Viewmate VM3261

Forgive me, I feel it is necessary to check with all of the JRI lists that I
am subscribed to
As we do not know where they came >from but think they may have been related
to people >from Liverpool or Nottingham.

They may be >from one of the following families - DEAN, HARRIS. VISHNEFSKY,
HARRIS, STANLEY, LEVINE.

My cousin Colin has given me this photo and thinks that they could have
connection to one or more of the above names.

The first names he seems to recall that may be connected to the photo,
somehow are, David, Abraham, Annie, Patrick and Marion, Stanley.

Colin would be most grateful to have someone confirm this.

Perhaps you can remember the individuals, or have a similar photo in you own
collection such as in the photograph

Please reply to me at my private email - jdsrh_r_t_g_@mweb.co.za
My file is up on the ViewMate site
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate) in the To View section - as file -
VM3261

Thank you for your assistance

Julie Shapero
South Africa
English Speaking

Researching: SHAPERO, SHAPEERO, SHAPIRO, LIVINGSTONE, GOLDSTEIN, DEAN,


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Viewmate - Are you related to Samuel Livingstone? #unitedkingdom

Julie Shapero <jdsrh_r_t_g_@...>
 

Subject: Samuel Livingstone - Are you related?

I am hoping that his family may be related to my great grandfather Jacob
LIVINGSTONE


Mr. Shmuel Shleima, son of Mr. Meir Ze'ev - died 27 June 1936 aged 69 and is
buried in Hardy Street Cemetery of the Nottingham Hebrew Congregation.
Nottingham, Lancashire in England

My paternal grand uncle Charles Ezekiel Shapeero, is buried close to Samuel
Livingstone, I found and photographed the grave of Samuel Livingstone on my
recent trip to a lost family re-union.

My file is up on the ViewMate site
(http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate) in the To View section - as file -
VM3262

Please reply to me at my private email - jdsrh_r_t_g_@mweb.co.za

Julie Shapero
South Africa
English Speaking.

Researching: Jacob, Sarah, Mary, Lily, Lazarus, Percy, Janie LIVINGSTONE
(variations), SHAPERO, SHAPEERO, SHAPIRO, SCHAPIRA(E), SZAPIR(A)E, DANK
Chepsel, Froem & Rose GOLDSTEIN, Fanny (Bealy) TABACHNICK


Re: Gayle Schissel Riley's Magnate Landowner website #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

It is an unbelievable web-site, but covers only Poland. Is there any web-site that covers Hungary?

Attila Rona


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Gayle Schissel Riley's Magnate Landowner website #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

It is an unbelievable web-site, but covers only Poland. Is there any web-site that covers Hungary?

Attila Rona


Ilava and Arva Vital Records #hungary

Carol J. Robinson <caroljr@...>
 

As an unintended outcome of approving record transcriptions, we have
received digitalized records for LDS film # 1981155, Jewish records of
births, marriages and deaths for Ilava, Slovakia; formerly Illava,
Trencsén, Hungary. Text in German, Hungarian, and Hebrew. Jenny Brichta
has already transcribed the birth records.

We also received digitalized records for LDS film # 2062256, Records of
Jewish births, marriages and deaths for Trestená and Námestovo,
Slovakia, formerly Trsztena and Námesztó, Árva, Hungary. Text in
German. Also Records of Jewish births, marriages and deaths for the
region of Trstená, Slovakia, formerly Trsztena, Árva, Hungary. Text in
German, Hungarian, Hebrew and Slovak.

I'm wondering if any of you would be willing to take on the task of
transcribing the untranscribed part of these records. Because these are
electronic records, these can be transcribed at the convenience of your
home computer. So even those of you without access to FHCs can
transcribe these records.

Please let me know if you are willing to participate in a transcription
project. Also, if you find other LDS films of vital records that you
would like to transcribe and would prefer the convenience of
transcribing >from digital records at your home computer, let me know as
we might be able to obtain these records.

Best regards,

Carol Robinson
Research Coordinator
caroljr@alamedanet.net
Alameda, CA


Moderator VK: Please contact Carol directly if you are willing to work on this transcription project. Do not hit "Reply" to send a response.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Ilava and Arva Vital Records #hungary

Carol J. Robinson <caroljr@...>
 

As an unintended outcome of approving record transcriptions, we have
received digitalized records for LDS film # 1981155, Jewish records of
births, marriages and deaths for Ilava, Slovakia; formerly Illava,
Trencsén, Hungary. Text in German, Hungarian, and Hebrew. Jenny Brichta
has already transcribed the birth records.

We also received digitalized records for LDS film # 2062256, Records of
Jewish births, marriages and deaths for Trestená and Námestovo,
Slovakia, formerly Trsztena and Námesztó, Árva, Hungary. Text in
German. Also Records of Jewish births, marriages and deaths for the
region of Trstená, Slovakia, formerly Trsztena, Árva, Hungary. Text in
German, Hungarian, Hebrew and Slovak.

I'm wondering if any of you would be willing to take on the task of
transcribing the untranscribed part of these records. Because these are
electronic records, these can be transcribed at the convenience of your
home computer. So even those of you without access to FHCs can
transcribe these records.

Please let me know if you are willing to participate in a transcription
project. Also, if you find other LDS films of vital records that you
would like to transcribe and would prefer the convenience of
transcribing >from digital records at your home computer, let me know as
we might be able to obtain these records.

Best regards,

Carol Robinson
Research Coordinator
caroljr@alamedanet.net
Alameda, CA


Moderator VK: Please contact Carol directly if you are willing to work on this transcription project. Do not hit "Reply" to send a response.


Regimental Websites #hungary

John Berkeley <john.berkeley@...>
 

H-SIGGERS,

I was interested in the information on Internet sources for Hungarian inf=
antry
regiments and wondered whether anyone knows of similar sources for the Cz=
ech
Army. I am particularly interested in the infantry regiments that formed
at Agde, fought until the Fall of France, came to England and were based
first at Cholmondeley Castle and then in the Leamington Spa area, and esp=
ecially
at Walton Hall. The basic records of military service are held at the Voj=
ensky
Historicky Archiv in Prague but are there are sources which might have mo=
re
detailed historical information?

John Berkeley (Berkovic)
Warwick, England

GLUCK/GLICK, BERKOVIC, Chust
John Berkeley


Re: "Synagogues without Jews" #hungary

BruceKitty@...
 

Thank you for this interesting information. Much appreciated.
Kitty