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Re: Jews in Bohemia of Italian Origin - SALUS #germany

Ruth Coman <ruth.coman@...>
 

MODERATOR PREFACE: The following is an example of how we who created
GerSig and the GerSig Forum would like this discussion group to operate.

Some time ago, Michael Bernet, an active Forum contributor, posted an
essay on possible origins of Jewish communities in Germany, Austria and
northern France. Another GerSig member, Ruth Coman, had some questions
about points that Michael had made. She did not feel that her questions
and their answers would be of interest to most GerSig readers so she
set up an exchange with Michael by private email.

She is now posting a summary of her findings which may be of interest
to many of us.

I should point out that Bohemia is an area covered mostly by the BohMor
SIG, it does contain German speaking regions and is therefore not off-
topic to our Forum. MOD1

Following Michael Bernet's account to the GerSig group of how Judaism
was brought to Germany, Austria and Northern France by Italian Jews, I
wrote privately to him with questions about my mother's SALUS family.
Michael responded with some illuminating comments but also suggested
that I post this note to the Bohmor list, and to the full Gersig list -
which I now do.

In his "Geschichte der Familie SALUS", my grandfather Richard SALUS
traced the family back to the mid 17th century and described the "first"
Josef SALUS arriving in Roudnice in 1632 >from Italy as "Heilgehilfe im
Gefolge eines Grafen Lobkowic". Eugen Stein, a Czech genealogist has,
on my behalf, looked at records relating to Jews in the Roudnice Castle
Archive. Sadly he found no record of Josef nor of his son Isak and
grandchildren Josef and Moses about whom my grandfather wrote. Stein,
however, found evidence of two Jewish SALUS families living in the Jews
quarter of Roudnice, in 1675 (though none before that date) and several
SALUS families by the early eighteenth century. SALUS is a relatively
uncommon name in Bohemia and as I assemble more and more data about
SALUS families in Bohemia I am coming to the opinion that the SALUS
families living there at the begining of the 20th century were all
related and were probably descendants of the Roudnice SALUSes.

My questions are as follows:

the consistent use of SALUS as a family name seems to be earlier than I
would have expected for a non rabinical, "village" family. Are there
other categories of Jews who used surnames by the middle of the
seventeenth century. Jews >from Northern Italy?

MB's response: "They had been common in Spain and in Italy"

could the name SALUS have been adopted in Bohemia as a result of the
"health" connection?

MB response: "Could be, or the name of their town of origin or residence
(the most common source of Italian Jewish surnames). Sal=FC had been a
common German form of greeting; it may therefore have been also a
redering of Shalom (as was Benveniste, who also came >from Spain to Italy
and hence to Austria (where they became the Levitical Epstein family)."

have you any suggestions about where I might most productively search
for pre Roudnice SALUSes?

MB had no suggestions.

MB additonally commented that though it was likely that all the SALUSes
were members of the same family it was possible, if they took their
name >from an Italian village they could be unrelated fellow villagers
who followed the first Salus to Bohemia.

I would greatly welcome any further comments or suggestions

Ruth Coman London, England ruth.coman@virgin.net


German SIG #Germany Re: Jews in Bohemia of Italian Origin - SALUS #germany

Ruth Coman <ruth.coman@...>
 

MODERATOR PREFACE: The following is an example of how we who created
GerSig and the GerSig Forum would like this discussion group to operate.

Some time ago, Michael Bernet, an active Forum contributor, posted an
essay on possible origins of Jewish communities in Germany, Austria and
northern France. Another GerSig member, Ruth Coman, had some questions
about points that Michael had made. She did not feel that her questions
and their answers would be of interest to most GerSig readers so she
set up an exchange with Michael by private email.

She is now posting a summary of her findings which may be of interest
to many of us.

I should point out that Bohemia is an area covered mostly by the BohMor
SIG, it does contain German speaking regions and is therefore not off-
topic to our Forum. MOD1

Following Michael Bernet's account to the GerSig group of how Judaism
was brought to Germany, Austria and Northern France by Italian Jews, I
wrote privately to him with questions about my mother's SALUS family.
Michael responded with some illuminating comments but also suggested
that I post this note to the Bohmor list, and to the full Gersig list -
which I now do.

In his "Geschichte der Familie SALUS", my grandfather Richard SALUS
traced the family back to the mid 17th century and described the "first"
Josef SALUS arriving in Roudnice in 1632 >from Italy as "Heilgehilfe im
Gefolge eines Grafen Lobkowic". Eugen Stein, a Czech genealogist has,
on my behalf, looked at records relating to Jews in the Roudnice Castle
Archive. Sadly he found no record of Josef nor of his son Isak and
grandchildren Josef and Moses about whom my grandfather wrote. Stein,
however, found evidence of two Jewish SALUS families living in the Jews
quarter of Roudnice, in 1675 (though none before that date) and several
SALUS families by the early eighteenth century. SALUS is a relatively
uncommon name in Bohemia and as I assemble more and more data about
SALUS families in Bohemia I am coming to the opinion that the SALUS
families living there at the begining of the 20th century were all
related and were probably descendants of the Roudnice SALUSes.

My questions are as follows:

the consistent use of SALUS as a family name seems to be earlier than I
would have expected for a non rabinical, "village" family. Are there
other categories of Jews who used surnames by the middle of the
seventeenth century. Jews >from Northern Italy?

MB's response: "They had been common in Spain and in Italy"

could the name SALUS have been adopted in Bohemia as a result of the
"health" connection?

MB response: "Could be, or the name of their town of origin or residence
(the most common source of Italian Jewish surnames). Sal=FC had been a
common German form of greeting; it may therefore have been also a
redering of Shalom (as was Benveniste, who also came >from Spain to Italy
and hence to Austria (where they became the Levitical Epstein family)."

have you any suggestions about where I might most productively search
for pre Roudnice SALUSes?

MB had no suggestions.

MB additonally commented that though it was likely that all the SALUSes
were members of the same family it was possible, if they took their
name >from an Italian village they could be unrelated fellow villagers
who followed the first Salus to Bohemia.

I would greatly welcome any further comments or suggestions

Ruth Coman London, England ruth.coman@virgin.net


ELLERT/NOCHAMSON/GARB #southafrica

adamandlopa yamey <adamandlopa@...>
 

A distant cousin Freda GARB, daughter of Israel Garb
and Ada, his wife, born ELLERT married Emanuel
NOCHAMSON. This all happened in South Africa. Can you
give me any details about Emanuel NOCHAMSON and his
offspring if any? Dates must be before WW2.

All the best >from Adam Yamey, London,
UK<adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica ELLERT/NOCHAMSON/GARB #southafrica

adamandlopa yamey <adamandlopa@...>
 

A distant cousin Freda GARB, daughter of Israel Garb
and Ada, his wife, born ELLERT married Emanuel
NOCHAMSON. This all happened in South Africa. Can you
give me any details about Emanuel NOCHAMSON and his
offspring if any? Dates must be before WW2.

All the best >from Adam Yamey, London,
UK<adamandlopa@yahoo.co.uk>


Bulawayo Synagogue continued #southafrica

Saul Issroff <shaul@...>
 

Update: As you all know by now, tragedy struck the Bulawayo Hebrew
Congregation on Sabbath when our lovely old Shul burnt down.

In the aftermath we managed to hold services at the Sinai Hall in Kumalo --
and it looked really terrific. The hall was cleaned and scrubbed. Chairs
ferried over >from the school, and old Bimah resurrected, an Ark found from
the old Guild Hall and beautiful ornate clothes donated in the 1960s by the
Goldwasser family put to excellent use. Rodney Lepar, Brian Sher and David
Lasker under the watchful eye of self-made carpenter Alec Lewin, managed to
jimmy a pole to the top of the old Ark >from whch to hang the heavy curtain.

Thank G-d we were able to save all our Torahs. Some of them were used during
Yom Kippur. Johannesburg responded magnificently by sending us some
Artscroll books which came in very handy as many of us had lost our sidurim
in the fire. We hadn't expected the building to go up in flames, so we had
left them there in anticipation of the forthcoming Holiday.

More tragic was the loss of many talisim and tfilim as the men naturally
leave them there most of the time. Fortunately, Johannesburg again responded
and, in the nick of time, managed to get a box of vital items to the airport
just as some poor sorry soul was about to board the plane. He didn't know
what hit him when one of the Johannesburg Jewry thrust a box of items into
unsuspecting hands and begged him to see that they got to our "new" shul.
Many thanks Joburg.

In the meantime we've had a wonderful response >from people all over the
world. I will relay some of their messages below.
At the start of the service the Rabbi responded in true pioneer spirit
reminding us that only good can come of this tragedy. He noted that it's not
only new year resolutions that count, but actions as well. Well --- our
community's actions, led by Rodney Lepar and Raymond Roth, spoke for
themselves. We had a wonderful, spiritual and unified service.

At the end of it all, there was a light moment. We had lost our Shofar in
the blaze as well. The Rabbi, bless him, tried puffing away on Benji Lasker'
s "toy" shofar, brought along "just in case". He didn't have much luck.
Benji gave it a bash. Nothing doing. Once again into the breach stepped the
ever-modest Rodney. Out of that shofar came notes so sweet, we forgot our
sorrow and cried out in joy. Thank you Rodney. I know your dad, bless his
memory, was doing a jig and passing out sweets Up above.

To other business: I am trying to put together an emailing list of all those
people who would like to help us in cash and kind.

Anything you can offer would be most gratefully and graciously accepted. We
have lost just about everything. The building itself, its interior and many
religious items, mezzuzas, talisim, books (all sorts), photos, and memories.

In anticipation of all your good wishes, I intend to try to reconstruct our
1994 magazine as many of the stories are still on diskette. I will attempt
to send these out as time allows.

I also hope to keep you all informed about our progress - how we are
managing in these trying times.

However, in order to do this, I need to construct a comprehensive emailing
and address list. Would any and all of you who wish to have your details
added to this Alumni Association (of sorts) please send me, as urgently as
possible, details of

Your name

Postal Address

Home and work phones

Cell phones (if you have - this would be great to get off urgent sms's
should the need arise)

Obviously, your email address

And any details you wish to include about yourself, your family, your
history and connection to the Bulawayo Hebrew Congregation - all sorts,
reform, orthodox and even Bohemian.

Would you also please contact those you know of, who do NOT have email
addresses, and get me their details. We'd like to some how make arrangements
to have hardcopy sent to them.

Volunteers needed: I would also like to make a call to any of you out there
who would like to help me with this undertaking. Jenny Bernstein in Joburg
has already offered. She can be reached on jennybyo@yahoo.co.uk

It will be hard work, I suspect, and I would like some people to volunteer
to assist in the compilation of this list.
E-Zine and Website: More importantly, if this works, I like to get an E-zine
(Email magazine) going with updates and information for all. Best of all
would be if we could get our own WEBSITE up and running. I do not have the
ability to do it >from here, so if anyone has any suggestions (perhaps
linking it to an existing website) I would truly appreciate your assistance.

To all of you who do not have the ability to download pictures and large
quantities of text, let me know so that I can put on a separate mailing list
to make downloads easier.

Finally, if you have family or friends nearby who do not have email, please
try to print out a copy of this letter and any others that may come and pass
them around.

Out of this enormous tragedy, something truly wonderful may come - a
re-connection with all who have left, but who are still with us in hearts
and minds.

G-d bless, have a good Year and lets hear >from you.

Any donations in cash or kind, please contact

Brian Sher or Kevin Baron or Cazo at the following emails,.
barons@telconect.co.zw
shers@netconnect.co.zw
cazobyo@gatorzw.com

Best wishes
Ronit Loewenstern


Bloch family of Johannesburg #southafrica

Martin Miller <millerm@...>
 

I am looking for the offspring of these members of my wife's family.

Hirsh and Taube Bloch were >from Sudargas, Lithuania, but their children were
probably born in East Prussia. Some of the places where the family lived
were Eydthkuhnen, Schirwindt and Gross Kakschen. Hirsh and Taube had at
least seven other children, and those branches are known and documented. One
lived in Shanghai, and one emigrated to the United States.

Two family legends attach to these branches. One is about a powerful
swimmer, who had lost an arm in the first world war. The second tells that
one member is or was a sculptor in London.

1 Hirsh Bloch b: 1854 Sudargas, Lithuania
.. +Taube Bloch b: 1854 Sudargas, Lithuania
..... 2 Max Bloch
......... +Berta Lesser
............. 3 Heinz Bloch Lived: Johannesburg, South Africa
................. +Marianne
............. 3 Gunther Bloch
..................... 4 Benjamin Bloch Lived: Possibly England
..... 2 Abraham Bloch
......... +Emma
............. 3 Sahava Bloch Lived: Israel
................. +Mr. Rafaeli
............. 3 Brother Bloch
..... 2 Leopold Bloch
......... +Anna Gerson
............. 3 Ruth Bloch Lived: Johannesburg, South Africa
................. +Mr. Silberstein
..................... 4 Son Silberstein
............. 3 Butzer Bloch
..... 2 Bernhard Bloch Lived: Johannesburg, South Africa
......... +Golda

I'd appreciate any information or leads.

All the best,

Martin Miller in Syracuse, New York
mailto:millerm@mailbox.syr.edu
http://web.syr.edu/~millerm/index.htm


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Bulawayo Synagogue continued #southafrica

Saul Issroff <shaul@...>
 

Update: As you all know by now, tragedy struck the Bulawayo Hebrew
Congregation on Sabbath when our lovely old Shul burnt down.

In the aftermath we managed to hold services at the Sinai Hall in Kumalo --
and it looked really terrific. The hall was cleaned and scrubbed. Chairs
ferried over >from the school, and old Bimah resurrected, an Ark found from
the old Guild Hall and beautiful ornate clothes donated in the 1960s by the
Goldwasser family put to excellent use. Rodney Lepar, Brian Sher and David
Lasker under the watchful eye of self-made carpenter Alec Lewin, managed to
jimmy a pole to the top of the old Ark >from whch to hang the heavy curtain.

Thank G-d we were able to save all our Torahs. Some of them were used during
Yom Kippur. Johannesburg responded magnificently by sending us some
Artscroll books which came in very handy as many of us had lost our sidurim
in the fire. We hadn't expected the building to go up in flames, so we had
left them there in anticipation of the forthcoming Holiday.

More tragic was the loss of many talisim and tfilim as the men naturally
leave them there most of the time. Fortunately, Johannesburg again responded
and, in the nick of time, managed to get a box of vital items to the airport
just as some poor sorry soul was about to board the plane. He didn't know
what hit him when one of the Johannesburg Jewry thrust a box of items into
unsuspecting hands and begged him to see that they got to our "new" shul.
Many thanks Joburg.

In the meantime we've had a wonderful response >from people all over the
world. I will relay some of their messages below.
At the start of the service the Rabbi responded in true pioneer spirit
reminding us that only good can come of this tragedy. He noted that it's not
only new year resolutions that count, but actions as well. Well --- our
community's actions, led by Rodney Lepar and Raymond Roth, spoke for
themselves. We had a wonderful, spiritual and unified service.

At the end of it all, there was a light moment. We had lost our Shofar in
the blaze as well. The Rabbi, bless him, tried puffing away on Benji Lasker'
s "toy" shofar, brought along "just in case". He didn't have much luck.
Benji gave it a bash. Nothing doing. Once again into the breach stepped the
ever-modest Rodney. Out of that shofar came notes so sweet, we forgot our
sorrow and cried out in joy. Thank you Rodney. I know your dad, bless his
memory, was doing a jig and passing out sweets Up above.

To other business: I am trying to put together an emailing list of all those
people who would like to help us in cash and kind.

Anything you can offer would be most gratefully and graciously accepted. We
have lost just about everything. The building itself, its interior and many
religious items, mezzuzas, talisim, books (all sorts), photos, and memories.

In anticipation of all your good wishes, I intend to try to reconstruct our
1994 magazine as many of the stories are still on diskette. I will attempt
to send these out as time allows.

I also hope to keep you all informed about our progress - how we are
managing in these trying times.

However, in order to do this, I need to construct a comprehensive emailing
and address list. Would any and all of you who wish to have your details
added to this Alumni Association (of sorts) please send me, as urgently as
possible, details of

Your name

Postal Address

Home and work phones

Cell phones (if you have - this would be great to get off urgent sms's
should the need arise)

Obviously, your email address

And any details you wish to include about yourself, your family, your
history and connection to the Bulawayo Hebrew Congregation - all sorts,
reform, orthodox and even Bohemian.

Would you also please contact those you know of, who do NOT have email
addresses, and get me their details. We'd like to some how make arrangements
to have hardcopy sent to them.

Volunteers needed: I would also like to make a call to any of you out there
who would like to help me with this undertaking. Jenny Bernstein in Joburg
has already offered. She can be reached on jennybyo@yahoo.co.uk

It will be hard work, I suspect, and I would like some people to volunteer
to assist in the compilation of this list.
E-Zine and Website: More importantly, if this works, I like to get an E-zine
(Email magazine) going with updates and information for all. Best of all
would be if we could get our own WEBSITE up and running. I do not have the
ability to do it >from here, so if anyone has any suggestions (perhaps
linking it to an existing website) I would truly appreciate your assistance.

To all of you who do not have the ability to download pictures and large
quantities of text, let me know so that I can put on a separate mailing list
to make downloads easier.

Finally, if you have family or friends nearby who do not have email, please
try to print out a copy of this letter and any others that may come and pass
them around.

Out of this enormous tragedy, something truly wonderful may come - a
re-connection with all who have left, but who are still with us in hearts
and minds.

G-d bless, have a good Year and lets hear >from you.

Any donations in cash or kind, please contact

Brian Sher or Kevin Baron or Cazo at the following emails,.
barons@telconect.co.zw
shers@netconnect.co.zw
cazobyo@gatorzw.com

Best wishes
Ronit Loewenstern


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Bloch family of Johannesburg #southafrica

Martin Miller <millerm@...>
 

I am looking for the offspring of these members of my wife's family.

Hirsh and Taube Bloch were >from Sudargas, Lithuania, but their children were
probably born in East Prussia. Some of the places where the family lived
were Eydthkuhnen, Schirwindt and Gross Kakschen. Hirsh and Taube had at
least seven other children, and those branches are known and documented. One
lived in Shanghai, and one emigrated to the United States.

Two family legends attach to these branches. One is about a powerful
swimmer, who had lost an arm in the first world war. The second tells that
one member is or was a sculptor in London.

1 Hirsh Bloch b: 1854 Sudargas, Lithuania
.. +Taube Bloch b: 1854 Sudargas, Lithuania
..... 2 Max Bloch
......... +Berta Lesser
............. 3 Heinz Bloch Lived: Johannesburg, South Africa
................. +Marianne
............. 3 Gunther Bloch
..................... 4 Benjamin Bloch Lived: Possibly England
..... 2 Abraham Bloch
......... +Emma
............. 3 Sahava Bloch Lived: Israel
................. +Mr. Rafaeli
............. 3 Brother Bloch
..... 2 Leopold Bloch
......... +Anna Gerson
............. 3 Ruth Bloch Lived: Johannesburg, South Africa
................. +Mr. Silberstein
..................... 4 Son Silberstein
............. 3 Butzer Bloch
..... 2 Bernhard Bloch Lived: Johannesburg, South Africa
......... +Golda

I'd appreciate any information or leads.

All the best,

Martin Miller in Syracuse, New York
mailto:millerm@mailbox.syr.edu
http://web.syr.edu/~millerm/index.htm


Herbert & Anne ORENSTEIN #general

Jackye Sullins <jsullins@...>
 

I am trying to find the children of the above couple.
They lived in Chicago and Herbert died in 1962. His
stone at Waldheim Cemetery says he was a father.
I would love to contact the children.

Please reply privately.

Jackye Sullins
San Diego


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Herbert & Anne ORENSTEIN #general

Jackye Sullins <jsullins@...>
 

I am trying to find the children of the above couple.
They lived in Chicago and Herbert died in 1962. His
stone at Waldheim Cemetery says he was a father.
I would love to contact the children.

Please reply privately.

Jackye Sullins
San Diego


More re Vyzuonos (Vizhon) #general

NFatouros@...
 

I must be slipping! While I was preparing my Oct.8,03
response to Eleanor Lind's Oct.7,03 inquiry about
"Vyzuonos," I forgot to suggest that she use the
"search this website box" at Jewishgen's main page,
and type in "Vizhon". If she does that she can pull
up some memories of villages near Vizhon. mention
Vizhon.

A more important lapse was my forgetting to consult my
copy of Nancy Shoenburg and Stuart Schoneberg's
"Lithuanian Jewish Communities." If I had had a
look in this book , I could have told Ms.Lind that
there is a little more than a page and a half of
information about her ancestral town, one of the
first Jewish communities in Lithuania. The Schoenburgs
also offer a number of names >from the Rabbinate,
and note that a Chaim Hanoch Polovin owned the
town's winery and the Vizhon was the native town of a
poetess named Zelda Kniznik, and of a
writer and teacher named Joseph Mezel.

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa,St. Petersburg and
Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN, Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY,
WEIL, Mulhouse; SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol, Podwolochisk,
Berdichev; BEHAM, Salok and Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY, Ostryna.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen More re Vyzuonos (Vizhon) #general

NFatouros@...
 

I must be slipping! While I was preparing my Oct.8,03
response to Eleanor Lind's Oct.7,03 inquiry about
"Vyzuonos," I forgot to suggest that she use the
"search this website box" at Jewishgen's main page,
and type in "Vizhon". If she does that she can pull
up some memories of villages near Vizhon. mention
Vizhon.

A more important lapse was my forgetting to consult my
copy of Nancy Shoenburg and Stuart Schoneberg's
"Lithuanian Jewish Communities." If I had had a
look in this book , I could have told Ms.Lind that
there is a little more than a page and a half of
information about her ancestral town, one of the
first Jewish communities in Lithuania. The Schoenburgs
also offer a number of names >from the Rabbinate,
and note that a Chaim Hanoch Polovin owned the
town's winery and the Vizhon was the native town of a
poetess named Zelda Kniznik, and of a
writer and teacher named Joseph Mezel.

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa,St. Petersburg and
Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN, Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY,
WEIL, Mulhouse; SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol, Podwolochisk,
Berdichev; BEHAM, Salok and Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY, Ostryna.


Maiden names #general

Ellen Gottfried
 

A woman with the same name and town as my great grandmother
is listed on the passenger sheets as Mariam SUSSMANN.
Her mother, is listed on the passenger sheets as Mindel
SUSSMANN. I researched Mindel SUSSMAN and her
maiden name is the correct one for my family.
The problem is, Mariam was married at the time she
emigrated and should have come as Mariam WEISBART.
Is it possible this is the right woman traveling under
her maiden name?

ELLEN GOTTFRIED
Plainview, New York
Searching for: WEISBART and SUSSMAN >from Lodz, LIFSHITZ and
ROZANSKY >from Mir, Belarus.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Maiden names #general

Ellen Gottfried
 

A woman with the same name and town as my great grandmother
is listed on the passenger sheets as Mariam SUSSMANN.
Her mother, is listed on the passenger sheets as Mindel
SUSSMANN. I researched Mindel SUSSMAN and her
maiden name is the correct one for my family.
The problem is, Mariam was married at the time she
emigrated and should have come as Mariam WEISBART.
Is it possible this is the right woman traveling under
her maiden name?

ELLEN GOTTFRIED
Plainview, New York
Searching for: WEISBART and SUSSMAN >from Lodz, LIFSHITZ and
ROZANSKY >from Mir, Belarus.


Warsaw street map #general

DBS <legacydave@...>
 

I have my great-grandparents' street address (Wielke 47)
in 1920's Warsaw >from their passenger manifest on the
EIDB site. Does anyone know where I can find a street
map >from that era? Or, is there a site where I can search
for a current address in Warsaw?

In addition to posting to this newsgroup, would you please
cc: me with your reply. Thanks.

David Shapiro
legacydave@hotmail.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Information on commercial sources
of maps should be sent privately


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Warsaw street map #general

DBS <legacydave@...>
 

I have my great-grandparents' street address (Wielke 47)
in 1920's Warsaw >from their passenger manifest on the
EIDB site. Does anyone know where I can find a street
map >from that era? Or, is there a site where I can search
for a current address in Warsaw?

In addition to posting to this newsgroup, would you please
cc: me with your reply. Thanks.

David Shapiro
legacydave@hotmail.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Information on commercial sources
of maps should be sent privately


Searching: HUBERT in New York #general

Ellie Roden <eroden@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I am searching for information about a Marjem Hubert and
daughter Riwke. (This is the spelling of first names
on Ellis Island passenger list). Marjem was 18 and
Riwke was not yet one year old when they arrived in NY
on July 23, 1912 aboard the Ryndam >from Rotterdam.
Their residence had been Lodz.

Marjem listed her husband, Jakop (Jacob) Hubert in New
York City as their destination. It is possible that
Marjem and Jacob divorced within a few
years after arrival.

Riwke would now be about 91 or 92. If anyone has
information about this family or any descendants,
I would be grateful to hear >from you.

Ellie Roden
Wilmington, Vermont

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: HUBERT in New York #general

Ellie Roden <eroden@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I am searching for information about a Marjem Hubert and
daughter Riwke. (This is the spelling of first names
on Ellis Island passenger list). Marjem was 18 and
Riwke was not yet one year old when they arrived in NY
on July 23, 1912 aboard the Ryndam >from Rotterdam.
Their residence had been Lodz.

Marjem listed her husband, Jakop (Jacob) Hubert in New
York City as their destination. It is possible that
Marjem and Jacob divorced within a few
years after arrival.

Riwke would now be about 91 or 92. If anyone has
information about this family or any descendants,
I would be grateful to hear >from you.

Ellie Roden
Wilmington, Vermont

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Vienna information help #general

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Hello,

I am seeking information to submit to General
Settlement Fund(GSF) for compensation >from the
Austrian government. My name is Herbert Links.
My parents and I immigrated in October, 1939
from Vienna to America when I was two years old.
Am having difficulty documenting address or
addresses where we lived in Vienna prior to that time.
I'm just starting this search but have a November 30
deadline to submit documentation.

Could someone help with suggestions or information.
Thank you. Shana tova,
Herbert Links
HLinks2045@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Vienna information help #general

HLinks2045@...
 

Hello,

I am seeking information to submit to General
Settlement Fund(GSF) for compensation >from the
Austrian government. My name is Herbert Links.
My parents and I immigrated in October, 1939
from Vienna to America when I was two years old.
Am having difficulty documenting address or
addresses where we lived in Vienna prior to that time.
I'm just starting this search but have a November 30
deadline to submit documentation.

Could someone help with suggestions or information.
Thank you. Shana tova,
Herbert Links
HLinks2045@aol.com