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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


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 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


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 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


State Archives in Bielsko-Biala #general

Nancy Ring Kendrick <bogus@...>
 

I am trying to obtain some records >from the State Archives in
Bielsko-Biala. This process is a bit confusing to me so my hope is that
the list members will be able to guide me. Based on information
obtained by a professional researcher in Poland we know the following
and hope it is sufficient enough information to order with:

"Bernhard RING was born March 23, 1883 in Bystra, house number 8.
Bernhard RING and was the son of Herman RING and Helene (Leni) BLOCH." I
would like to order the birth record >from the State Archive in Bielsko -
Biala.

I would also be interested death records or cemetery records for the
following:

Herman RING died in Bystra house number 8, in 21.07.1884. Burial
Jewish cemetery in Bielsko-Aleksandrowice, grave number: F-VIII-2272.

"Salca (Sali) RING was born in Bystra in house number 8. She died April
13, 1881 in Bystra. She was the daughter of Herman RING and Helene
(Leni) BLOCH. Sali is buried in the Jewish cemetery in
Bielsko-Aleksandrowice in children sector "D".

"In 1885 a baby was born to Herman RING and Helene (Leni) BLOCH in
Bystra. The child died during birth and was not named. The baby is
buried in Jewish cemetery in Bielsko-Aleksandrowice in children sector "D".

According to the researcher:
"This is informations >from Jewish record books, census of city, tax and
bussiness records - >from The State Archive in Bielsko-Biala. In Archive
not exist documentation >from Bystra becuase (sic) all archive of Bystra
was destroyed by fire on war time. This is result of two days research
of Ring family >from Bielsko/Bystra [Bielitz/Bystrau]."

In searching JRI-Poland I located the following for a "regional"
archives branch:
Oddzial w Bielsku-Bialej, 43-300 Bielsko-Biala, ul. Slowackiego 80/82 -
Tel: 22-648
Would this be the appropriate branch to send to for the records? In
reading "Ordering Records >from Polish State Archives - Expansion of
JRI-Poland's New System
(http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/neworder.htm)," I do not notice any
specific listing for State Archive in Bielsko-Biala. Is it possible
that the Bielsko-Biala State Archives Records are contained within one
of those listed below ( I would prefer to order thru JRI-Poland should
this be possible)?
AGAD - Central Archive of Historical Records
Bialystok
Lomza Branch
Czestochowa
Kalisz
Krakow
Lublin
Lodz
Poznan
Przemysl
Rzeszow
Siedlce
Suwalki
Warsaw
Grodzisk Mazowiecki Branch **
Lowicz Branch
Mlawa Branch
Pultusk Branch
Zamosc

Sincere thanks for any assistance you might offer. Please reply
privately to the "reply to" address and not the "from" address listed.
This is solely for the purpose of reducing spam.

Regards, Nancy Ring Kendrick, Daytona Beach, FL
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/e/n/Nancy-R-Kendrick/?Welcome=1018348985


Canadian Records #general

GRAMAW <gramaw@...>
 

A great uncle died in Saskatoon, Saskachewan in 1927. Can anyone tell me
whether death records exist in Canada and if so, how to obtain one? I am
hoping for the name of his mother and his birthplace. Thank you.
Myra Holzberg Shalet, Dallas, Texas
Researching: Holzberg, Shark-Lithuania;
Drubych, Winer, Leibman-Uman and Kherson, Ukraine;
Shalet-Russia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen State Archives in Bielsko-Biala #general

Nancy Ring Kendrick <bogus@...>
 

I am trying to obtain some records >from the State Archives in
Bielsko-Biala. This process is a bit confusing to me so my hope is that
the list members will be able to guide me. Based on information
obtained by a professional researcher in Poland we know the following
and hope it is sufficient enough information to order with:

"Bernhard RING was born March 23, 1883 in Bystra, house number 8.
Bernhard RING and was the son of Herman RING and Helene (Leni) BLOCH." I
would like to order the birth record >from the State Archive in Bielsko -
Biala.

I would also be interested death records or cemetery records for the
following:

Herman RING died in Bystra house number 8, in 21.07.1884. Burial
Jewish cemetery in Bielsko-Aleksandrowice, grave number: F-VIII-2272.

"Salca (Sali) RING was born in Bystra in house number 8. She died April
13, 1881 in Bystra. She was the daughter of Herman RING and Helene
(Leni) BLOCH. Sali is buried in the Jewish cemetery in
Bielsko-Aleksandrowice in children sector "D".

"In 1885 a baby was born to Herman RING and Helene (Leni) BLOCH in
Bystra. The child died during birth and was not named. The baby is
buried in Jewish cemetery in Bielsko-Aleksandrowice in children sector "D".

According to the researcher:
"This is informations >from Jewish record books, census of city, tax and
bussiness records - >from The State Archive in Bielsko-Biala. In Archive
not exist documentation >from Bystra becuase (sic) all archive of Bystra
was destroyed by fire on war time. This is result of two days research
of Ring family >from Bielsko/Bystra [Bielitz/Bystrau]."

In searching JRI-Poland I located the following for a "regional"
archives branch:
Oddzial w Bielsku-Bialej, 43-300 Bielsko-Biala, ul. Slowackiego 80/82 -
Tel: 22-648
Would this be the appropriate branch to send to for the records? In
reading "Ordering Records >from Polish State Archives - Expansion of
JRI-Poland's New System
(http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/neworder.htm)," I do not notice any
specific listing for State Archive in Bielsko-Biala. Is it possible
that the Bielsko-Biala State Archives Records are contained within one
of those listed below ( I would prefer to order thru JRI-Poland should
this be possible)?
AGAD - Central Archive of Historical Records
Bialystok
Lomza Branch
Czestochowa
Kalisz
Krakow
Lublin
Lodz
Poznan
Przemysl
Rzeszow
Siedlce
Suwalki
Warsaw
Grodzisk Mazowiecki Branch **
Lowicz Branch
Mlawa Branch
Pultusk Branch
Zamosc

Sincere thanks for any assistance you might offer. Please reply
privately to the "reply to" address and not the "from" address listed.
This is solely for the purpose of reducing spam.

Regards, Nancy Ring Kendrick, Daytona Beach, FL
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/e/n/Nancy-R-Kendrick/?Welcome=1018348985


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Canadian Records #general

GRAMAW <gramaw@...>
 

A great uncle died in Saskatoon, Saskachewan in 1927. Can anyone tell me
whether death records exist in Canada and if so, how to obtain one? I am
hoping for the name of his mother and his birthplace. Thank you.
Myra Holzberg Shalet, Dallas, Texas
Researching: Holzberg, Shark-Lithuania;
Drubych, Winer, Leibman-Uman and Kherson, Ukraine;
Shalet-Russia


Unrecognizable word or abbreviaton on headstone #general

Yeruchem & Fraida Cohen
 

The word or abbreviation Reish Alef Tes Hay or Reish Alef Mem Hay (the
rubbing is hard to read) appears on both my ggggrandfather's and
ggggrandmother's headstones. Can someone please tell me what it means?

Thanks.

Yeruchem Cohen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Unrecognizable word or abbreviaton on headstone #general

Yeruchem & Fraida Cohen
 

The word or abbreviation Reish Alef Tes Hay or Reish Alef Mem Hay (the
rubbing is hard to read) appears on both my ggggrandfather's and
ggggrandmother's headstones. Can someone please tell me what it means?

Thanks.

Yeruchem Cohen


ViewMate - town in Molef #general

Sivin <sivin@...>
 

Hello,

I am trying to decipher the name of a town in Molef. Please see my ViewMate
submittal at http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3209.

Please reply privately.

Thank you,
Helaine Baldwin


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate - town in Molef #general

Sivin <sivin@...>
 

Hello,

I am trying to decipher the name of a town in Molef. Please see my ViewMate
submittal at http://data.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/viewmateview.asp?key=3209.

Please reply privately.

Thank you,
Helaine Baldwin


vagaries of spelling #yiddish

Gene Warech <operawriter@...>
 

While looking through the Album of the Yiddish Theatre, encouraged by
the moderator's index of names, I found three photos of Kalmen Yuvelir.
But the index, it seemed, only cited one photo of my great uncle
Yuvelir. A further search through the index showed three photos indexed
under Juvelier. That is the way the name is spelled in the English
translation of the Yiddish captions in the Album. I will now go back to
find the fourth photo.
The name is spelled the same in Yiddish in all the captions, but
whoever (in 1936) translated was inconsistent in transliteration.
This is of course a problem facing all of us in the course of looking
for the Jewish past. I am mentioning it because the moderator suggested
that I should and as yet another hortatory motion to perhaps help
others looking for people by name in the Album to try all possible
spellings.
Gene Warech


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre vagaries of spelling #yiddish

Gene Warech <operawriter@...>
 

While looking through the Album of the Yiddish Theatre, encouraged by
the moderator's index of names, I found three photos of Kalmen Yuvelir.
But the index, it seemed, only cited one photo of my great uncle
Yuvelir. A further search through the index showed three photos indexed
under Juvelier. That is the way the name is spelled in the English
translation of the Yiddish captions in the Album. I will now go back to
find the fourth photo.
The name is spelled the same in Yiddish in all the captions, but
whoever (in 1936) translated was inconsistent in transliteration.
This is of course a problem facing all of us in the course of looking
for the Jewish past. I am mentioning it because the moderator suggested
that I should and as yet another hortatory motion to perhaps help
others looking for people by name in the Album to try all possible
spellings.
Gene Warech