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Solomon Gusberg #general

PETER MCCUE <peter19252000@...>
 

Hello Listers:
I'm looking for information on a relative of mine named: SOLOMON
GUSBERG.
He was born in Hartford, CT. (or nearby) about 1918. He was one year old
in the 1920 census and an inmate in the Municipal Hospital and Almshouse.

My mother was Clara Gusberg (or Klara Gussberg) who lived in Hartford (at a
home for girls) at the same time who I believe is the mother of this
child.
If you know anything about this individual please contact me personally.
He may have been put up for adoption after my mother separated >from her
first husband Samuel Edward Cole. Thank you.

peter19252000@optonline.net
9/23/03


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Solomon Gusberg #general

PETER MCCUE <peter19252000@...>
 

Hello Listers:
I'm looking for information on a relative of mine named: SOLOMON
GUSBERG.
He was born in Hartford, CT. (or nearby) about 1918. He was one year old
in the 1920 census and an inmate in the Municipal Hospital and Almshouse.

My mother was Clara Gusberg (or Klara Gussberg) who lived in Hartford (at a
home for girls) at the same time who I believe is the mother of this
child.
If you know anything about this individual please contact me personally.
He may have been put up for adoption after my mother separated >from her
first husband Samuel Edward Cole. Thank you.

peter19252000@optonline.net
9/23/03


Thoughts for the New Year... #unitedkingdom

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As the Jewish New Year approaches and we gather with family and friends
in a time of self-reflection let us also think about what the year just
passed has meant to all of us who are part of the JewishGen family.

First and foremost has been the impact of our affiliation with the
Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust which
facilitated nearly 1,000,000 new records going online. Notwithstanding
this accomplishment, more is available, more is on the way and more can
indeed be realized in the New Year.

The JewishGen mission is clear and the grassroots effort that has been
our hallmark is stronger than ever. The generosity of material
donations, the contributions of volunteer time and skills and the
financial support so generously given has played a vital role in
preserving our precious history. This same generosity will define our
future and will define the accomplishments we can achieve working
together. As you reflect on the year gone by, please give thought to the
year to come.

A financial gift in any amount, whether it be $5, $50 or $500 or more
will be instrumental in insuring that JewishGen can continue to acquire,
process and display millions of additional records and information so
vital to our research and vital to Jewish continuity.=20

With the help of all of our constituency at levels you can afford,
working together, as we have demonstrated in the past, 2 million, 3
million, 5 million new records is not out of reach. Please consider a
gift for JewishGen's future during this season by visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen-erosity/contribute.ihtml this day.

On behalf of the entire MJH family, the JewishGen Board, officers and
staff, we wish you all a Healthy, Prosperous and Sweet New Year.

Susan


Susan E. King
Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.
2951 Marina Bay Dr.
Suite 130-472
League City, TX 77573
(281) 535-2200=20


MARGULLES in Oxford burial #unitedkingdom

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

In case this is useful to anyone & I am indebted to the
Oxford Cemetery Project for the information:this is a burial
record of:

ABRAHAM B. MARGULLES
from Vienna
Born 2nd of November 1863
Pomorzany (Poland)
Died 26th of May 1941

On the list it gives his name as Abraham Beer Margolis.

Miriam Margolyes
now in Cornwall

searching: AMIEL, SCHNAPPER


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Thoughts for the New Year... #unitedkingdom

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As the Jewish New Year approaches and we gather with family and friends
in a time of self-reflection let us also think about what the year just
passed has meant to all of us who are part of the JewishGen family.

First and foremost has been the impact of our affiliation with the
Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust which
facilitated nearly 1,000,000 new records going online. Notwithstanding
this accomplishment, more is available, more is on the way and more can
indeed be realized in the New Year.

The JewishGen mission is clear and the grassroots effort that has been
our hallmark is stronger than ever. The generosity of material
donations, the contributions of volunteer time and skills and the
financial support so generously given has played a vital role in
preserving our precious history. This same generosity will define our
future and will define the accomplishments we can achieve working
together. As you reflect on the year gone by, please give thought to the
year to come.

A financial gift in any amount, whether it be $5, $50 or $500 or more
will be instrumental in insuring that JewishGen can continue to acquire,
process and display millions of additional records and information so
vital to our research and vital to Jewish continuity.=20

With the help of all of our constituency at levels you can afford,
working together, as we have demonstrated in the past, 2 million, 3
million, 5 million new records is not out of reach. Please consider a
gift for JewishGen's future during this season by visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen-erosity/contribute.ihtml this day.

On behalf of the entire MJH family, the JewishGen Board, officers and
staff, we wish you all a Healthy, Prosperous and Sweet New Year.

Susan


Susan E. King
Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.
2951 Marina Bay Dr.
Suite 130-472
League City, TX 77573
(281) 535-2200=20


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom MARGULLES in Oxford burial #unitedkingdom

Miriam Margolyes <75342.3217@...>
 

In case this is useful to anyone & I am indebted to the
Oxford Cemetery Project for the information:this is a burial
record of:

ABRAHAM B. MARGULLES
from Vienna
Born 2nd of November 1863
Pomorzany (Poland)
Died 26th of May 1941

On the list it gives his name as Abraham Beer Margolis.

Miriam Margolyes
now in Cornwall

searching: AMIEL, SCHNAPPER


Looking for STOCKMAN and GREENBAUM Families #general

kingfisher <dominique.greenbaum.NO_SPAM@...>
 

Hello I' m French and I'm looking for the family STOCKMAN who came from
Mitau in Latvia (the name of the town has changed, it's now Jelgava!!! I
think) :the father of my paternal grand-mother, at the end of the 19 th
century and also the GREENBAUM family who came >from Poland They wanted to
go to United States but they stopped in France and England.
Thanks for your help

Dominique Greenbaum

For answering : dominique.greenbaum@planetis.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Please take notice that Dominique has provided an e-mail
address for replies at the bottom of her message, which is the correct
e-mail address (don't reply to her NO_SPAM address.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for STOCKMAN and GREENBAUM Families #general

kingfisher <dominique.greenbaum.NO_SPAM@...>
 

Hello I' m French and I'm looking for the family STOCKMAN who came from
Mitau in Latvia (the name of the town has changed, it's now Jelgava!!! I
think) :the father of my paternal grand-mother, at the end of the 19 th
century and also the GREENBAUM family who came >from Poland They wanted to
go to United States but they stopped in France and England.
Thanks for your help

Dominique Greenbaum

For answering : dominique.greenbaum@planetis.com

MODERATOR NOTE: Please take notice that Dominique has provided an e-mail
address for replies at the bottom of her message, which is the correct
e-mail address (don't reply to her NO_SPAM address.


Jewish graves in Worms, Germany #general

CHARLOTTEO@...
 

Steve Cohen <duchandaily@yahoo.com>>from Chicago wrote on 9-23-03 that he was
looking for information on ancestors >from the GERSHEIM family.
You may want to send an airmail letter (German or English) to the
Stadtarchiv Worms:
Dr Gerold Boennen, director, Raschi Haus Worms, Stadtarchiv, Hintere
Judengasse 6
67547 Worms, Germany
see
www.worms1.de/wDeutsch/tourismus/sehenswuerdigkeiten/juedisches_museum.php

The City of Worms is trying to give much information about Jewish life in
Worms (since the time of the Roman invasion in 44 BC)

Charlotte Opfermann


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish graves in Worms, Germany #general

CHARLOTTEO@...
 

Steve Cohen <duchandaily@yahoo.com>>from Chicago wrote on 9-23-03 that he was
looking for information on ancestors >from the GERSHEIM family.
You may want to send an airmail letter (German or English) to the
Stadtarchiv Worms:
Dr Gerold Boennen, director, Raschi Haus Worms, Stadtarchiv, Hintere
Judengasse 6
67547 Worms, Germany
see
www.worms1.de/wDeutsch/tourismus/sehenswuerdigkeiten/juedisches_museum.php

The City of Worms is trying to give much information about Jewish life in
Worms (since the time of the Roman invasion in 44 BC)

Charlotte Opfermann


Re: Publishing on line - does it go away? #general

Peregrine Maitland <_roots_@...>
 

Barry is soooo very right, and those who are disposed to take a cavalier
approach toward web publishing of genealogical data might feel otherwise
when forced to defend what they've done in a court of law.

Peregrine Maitland
_roots_@att.net
To reply delete underscores
from the return address given.

< barrychernick@juno.com > wrote:

(SNIP) The code used to generate the page can be
copied as well as the pictures. Google has an Images search section and
you might be surprised (or maybe not) on what can be found there, new,
old and extinct web site pictures.
One point to make to the Genners who say they remove info when
asked - it may be too late. Web pages search engines may have already
stored your data before you removed it. Take a look at
http://web.archive.org/collections/web/advanced.html. I recently found a
web site in this archive that has not been on the Internet for many
years. It had a family picture I had been looking for since 2001- the
picture and all the family genealogy was still intact - a great find for
me. But if you think your web site is going away when you take it down
it just might not.
(SNIP).


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Publishing on line - does it go away? #general

Peregrine Maitland <_roots_@...>
 

Barry is soooo very right, and those who are disposed to take a cavalier
approach toward web publishing of genealogical data might feel otherwise
when forced to defend what they've done in a court of law.

Peregrine Maitland
_roots_@att.net
To reply delete underscores
from the return address given.

< barrychernick@juno.com > wrote:

(SNIP) The code used to generate the page can be
copied as well as the pictures. Google has an Images search section and
you might be surprised (or maybe not) on what can be found there, new,
old and extinct web site pictures.
One point to make to the Genners who say they remove info when
asked - it may be too late. Web pages search engines may have already
stored your data before you removed it. Take a look at
http://web.archive.org/collections/web/advanced.html. I recently found a
web site in this archive that has not been on the Internet for many
years. It had a family picture I had been looking for since 2001- the
picture and all the family genealogy was still intact - a great find for
me. But if you think your web site is going away when you take it down
it just might not.
(SNIP).


Re: The Kalonymus Family #rabbinic

Larry Tauber <Ltauber@...>
 

Even if the Kalonymides were not Leviim, this would not necessarily
mean they could not be ancestors of the MaHaRSHa (who was a Levi)
and his relative the TaZ (also a Levi), at least according to Paul
Jacobi who in his researches stated that their descent >from the
Kalonymide family was through a maternal line.

Larry Tauber


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: The Kalonymus Family #rabbinic

Larry Tauber <Ltauber@...>
 

Even if the Kalonymides were not Leviim, this would not necessarily
mean they could not be ancestors of the MaHaRSHa (who was a Levi)
and his relative the TaZ (also a Levi), at least according to Paul
Jacobi who in his researches stated that their descent >from the
Kalonymide family was through a maternal line.

Larry Tauber


Bielsker Bruederlicher Unterstuetzungs Ver. #poland

Susan&David
 

Bielsker Bruederlicher Unterstuetzungs Ver. is Yiddish for:

Bielsk Brotherhood Benevolent Organization.

Ver. = Verein = society or organization

The organization's records are stored at YIVO.
See the list at:

http://home.att.net/~JGSNYCem/YIVO.htm

David Rosen
Boston, MA

I have just visited Washington Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York.

In that cemetary are two sections of plots that were owned at one time
by the Bielsker Bruederlicher Unterstuetzungs Ver.( would someone please
translate that for me)

Judith Wilen Krongold
San Jose, CA


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Bielsker Bruederlicher Unterstuetzungs Ver. #poland

Susan&David
 

Bielsker Bruederlicher Unterstuetzungs Ver. is Yiddish for:

Bielsk Brotherhood Benevolent Organization.

Ver. = Verein = society or organization

The organization's records are stored at YIVO.
See the list at:

http://home.att.net/~JGSNYCem/YIVO.htm

David Rosen
Boston, MA

I have just visited Washington Cemetery in Brooklyn, New York.

In that cemetary are two sections of plots that were owned at one time
by the Bielsker Bruederlicher Unterstuetzungs Ver.( would someone please
translate that for me)

Judith Wilen Krongold
San Jose, CA


Thoughts for the New Year... #romania

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As the Jewish New Year approaches and we gather with family and friends
in a time of self-reflection let us also think about what the year just
passed has meant to all of us who are part of the JewishGen family.

First and foremost has been the impact of our affiliation with the
Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust which
facilitated nearly 1,000,000 new records going online. Notwithstanding
this accomplishment, more is available, more is on the way and more can
indeed be realized in the New Year.

The JewishGen mission is clear and the grassroots effort that has been
our hallmark is stronger than ever. The generosity of material
donations, the contributions of volunteer time and skills and the
financial support so generously given has played a vital role in
preserving our precious history. This same generosity will define our
future and will define the accomplishments we can achieve working
together. As you reflect on the year gone by, please give thought to the
year to come.

A financial gift in any amount, whether it be $5, $50 or $500 or more
will be instrumental in insuring that JewishGen can continue to acquire,
process and display millions of additional records and information so
vital to our research and vital to Jewish continuity.=20

With the help of all of our constituency at levels you can afford,
working together, as we have demonstrated in the past, 2 million, 3
million, 5 million new records is not out of reach. Please consider a
gift for JewishGen's future during this season by visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen-erosity/contribute.ihtml this day.

On behalf of the entire MJH family, the JewishGen Board, officers and
staff, we wish you all a Healthy, Prosperous and Sweet New Year.

Susan


Susan E. King
Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.
2951 Marina Bay Dr.
Suite 130-472
League City, TX 77573
(281) 535-2200=20


Romania SIG #Romania Thoughts for the New Year... #romania

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As the Jewish New Year approaches and we gather with family and friends
in a time of self-reflection let us also think about what the year just
passed has meant to all of us who are part of the JewishGen family.

First and foremost has been the impact of our affiliation with the
Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust which
facilitated nearly 1,000,000 new records going online. Notwithstanding
this accomplishment, more is available, more is on the way and more can
indeed be realized in the New Year.

The JewishGen mission is clear and the grassroots effort that has been
our hallmark is stronger than ever. The generosity of material
donations, the contributions of volunteer time and skills and the
financial support so generously given has played a vital role in
preserving our precious history. This same generosity will define our
future and will define the accomplishments we can achieve working
together. As you reflect on the year gone by, please give thought to the
year to come.

A financial gift in any amount, whether it be $5, $50 or $500 or more
will be instrumental in insuring that JewishGen can continue to acquire,
process and display millions of additional records and information so
vital to our research and vital to Jewish continuity.=20

With the help of all of our constituency at levels you can afford,
working together, as we have demonstrated in the past, 2 million, 3
million, 5 million new records is not out of reach. Please consider a
gift for JewishGen's future during this season by visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen-erosity/contribute.ihtml this day.

On behalf of the entire MJH family, the JewishGen Board, officers and
staff, we wish you all a Healthy, Prosperous and Sweet New Year.

Susan


Susan E. King
Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.
2951 Marina Bay Dr.
Suite 130-472
League City, TX 77573
(281) 535-2200=20


Thoughts for the New Year... #yizkorbooks

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As the Jewish New Year approaches and we gather with family and friends
in a time of self-reflection let us also think about what the year just
passed has meant to all of us who are part of the JewishGen family.

First and foremost has been the impact of our affiliation with the
Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust which
facilitated nearly 1,000,000 new records going online. Notwithstanding
this accomplishment, more is available, more is on the way and more can
indeed be realized in the New Year.

The JewishGen mission is clear and the grassroots effort that has been
our hallmark is stronger than ever. The generosity of material
donations, the contributions of volunteer time and skills and the
financial support so generously given has played a vital role in
preserving our precious history. This same generosity will define our
future and will define the accomplishments we can achieve working
together. As you reflect on the year gone by, please give thought to the
year to come.

A financial gift in any amount, whether it be $5, $50 or $500 or more
will be instrumental in insuring that JewishGen can continue to acquire,
process and display millions of additional records and information so
vital to our research and vital to Jewish continuity.=20

With the help of all of our constituency at levels you can afford,
working together, as we have demonstrated in the past, 2 million, 3
million, 5 million new records is not out of reach. Please consider a
gift for JewishGen's future during this season by visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen-erosity/contribute.ihtml this day.

On behalf of the entire MJH family, the JewishGen Board, officers and
staff, we wish you all a Healthy, Prosperous and Sweet New Year.

Susan


Susan E. King
Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.
2951 Marina Bay Dr.
Suite 130-472
League City, TX 77573
(281) 535-2200=20


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Thoughts for the New Year... #yizkorbooks

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

As the Jewish New Year approaches and we gather with family and friends
in a time of self-reflection let us also think about what the year just
passed has meant to all of us who are part of the JewishGen family.

First and foremost has been the impact of our affiliation with the
Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust which
facilitated nearly 1,000,000 new records going online. Notwithstanding
this accomplishment, more is available, more is on the way and more can
indeed be realized in the New Year.

The JewishGen mission is clear and the grassroots effort that has been
our hallmark is stronger than ever. The generosity of material
donations, the contributions of volunteer time and skills and the
financial support so generously given has played a vital role in
preserving our precious history. This same generosity will define our
future and will define the accomplishments we can achieve working
together. As you reflect on the year gone by, please give thought to the
year to come.

A financial gift in any amount, whether it be $5, $50 or $500 or more
will be instrumental in insuring that JewishGen can continue to acquire,
process and display millions of additional records and information so
vital to our research and vital to Jewish continuity.=20

With the help of all of our constituency at levels you can afford,
working together, as we have demonstrated in the past, 2 million, 3
million, 5 million new records is not out of reach. Please consider a
gift for JewishGen's future during this season by visiting
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen-erosity/contribute.ihtml this day.

On behalf of the entire MJH family, the JewishGen Board, officers and
staff, we wish you all a Healthy, Prosperous and Sweet New Year.

Susan


Susan E. King
Managing Director
JewishGen, Inc.
2951 Marina Bay Dr.
Suite 130-472
League City, TX 77573
(281) 535-2200=20