Date   
Ordering a Marriage Record in Montevideo #latinamerica

Bernie Hirsch <bernie06@...>
 

Hello,

I have the exact marriage date (8 Mar 1941) for my great-great-uncle
Teodoro SREBRNIK to his wife Dina KURIAN -- in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Does anyone know if there is a service like vitalrec or a government
office in Montevideo that I can write to to order a copy of this
marriage record?

Thanks and kind regards,
Bernie Hirshc

Latin America #LatinAmerica Ordering a Marriage Record in Montevideo #latinamerica

Bernie Hirsch <bernie06@...>
 

Hello,

I have the exact marriage date (8 Mar 1941) for my great-great-uncle
Teodoro SREBRNIK to his wife Dina KURIAN -- in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Does anyone know if there is a service like vitalrec or a government
office in Montevideo that I can write to to order a copy of this
marriage record?

Thanks and kind regards,
Bernie Hirshc

"Meorei Galicia: Encyclopedia Lekhakhmei Galicia" (Encyclopedia of Galician Sages) #galicia

Shelley K. Pollero
 

This book review is posted with permission >from Shirley Rotbein Flaum,
Coordinator of the Rabbinic Genealogy Special Interest Group (Rav-SIG):

Book Review in the Rav-SIG Online Journal...
"Meorei Galicia: Encyclopedia Lekhakhmei Galicia" (Encyclopedia of Galician
Sages), Jerusalem, Israel, 1978-1997
Author: Rabbi Meir Wunder
Reviewed by: Chaim Freedman

This five-volume work is one of the most extensive and reliable sources of
rabbinical genealogy written in the twentieth century. The geographic area
covered in "Meorei Galicia" is today divided between southern Poland and
western Ukraine.

As Freedman writes:

"The spiritual shepherds of Galicia were not systematically recorded in the
annals of Jewish history...Therefore there arose the need to fill the void
by creating a tool which would be a guide and point of reference for all
those who enquire about Galician rabbis and their familial relationships. It
was not with a light heart that Rabbi Wunder took upon himself the awesome
task of immortalizing Galician rabbinic scholarship."

The article provides a detailed description of the contents of this work and
contains a sample of the type of information that may found: a translation
of part of the AUERBACH family's entries. For those unfamiliar with the
terminology and abbreviations used in these translations, links to Rav-SIG's
Glossary and Famous Rabbis pages are provided at the end of the article.

Many thanks to Chaim Freedman, once again, for his valuable contributions to
Rav-SIG. The article may be accessed >from the "What's New" section of the
Rav-SIG home page, http://www.jewishgen.org/Rabbinic
or directly at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Rabbinic/journal/mgalicia.htm

This article also appears in the Summer 2002 issue of "The Galitzianer,"
journal of Gesher Galicia. For further information, see

http://www.jewishgen.org/Galicia

While you are visiting the Rav-SIG web site, feel free to browse the pages
and join our online discussion group. Newcomers are always welcome.

Regards,
Shirley Rotbein Flaum, Coordinator
Rabbinic Genealogy Special Interest Group (Rav-SIG)
http://www.jewishgen.org/Rabbinic
Houston, Texas

seflaum@...

Submitted by:

Shelley K. Pollero, Coordinator
Gesher Galicia
Severna Park, Maryland
rkpollero@...

Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia "Meorei Galicia: Encyclopedia Lekhakhmei Galicia" (Encyclopedia of Galician Sages) #galicia

Shelley K. Pollero
 

This book review is posted with permission >from Shirley Rotbein Flaum,
Coordinator of the Rabbinic Genealogy Special Interest Group (Rav-SIG):

Book Review in the Rav-SIG Online Journal...
"Meorei Galicia: Encyclopedia Lekhakhmei Galicia" (Encyclopedia of Galician
Sages), Jerusalem, Israel, 1978-1997
Author: Rabbi Meir Wunder
Reviewed by: Chaim Freedman

This five-volume work is one of the most extensive and reliable sources of
rabbinical genealogy written in the twentieth century. The geographic area
covered in "Meorei Galicia" is today divided between southern Poland and
western Ukraine.

As Freedman writes:

"The spiritual shepherds of Galicia were not systematically recorded in the
annals of Jewish history...Therefore there arose the need to fill the void
by creating a tool which would be a guide and point of reference for all
those who enquire about Galician rabbis and their familial relationships. It
was not with a light heart that Rabbi Wunder took upon himself the awesome
task of immortalizing Galician rabbinic scholarship."

The article provides a detailed description of the contents of this work and
contains a sample of the type of information that may found: a translation
of part of the AUERBACH family's entries. For those unfamiliar with the
terminology and abbreviations used in these translations, links to Rav-SIG's
Glossary and Famous Rabbis pages are provided at the end of the article.

Many thanks to Chaim Freedman, once again, for his valuable contributions to
Rav-SIG. The article may be accessed >from the "What's New" section of the
Rav-SIG home page, http://www.jewishgen.org/Rabbinic
or directly at
http://www.jewishgen.org/Rabbinic/journal/mgalicia.htm

This article also appears in the Summer 2002 issue of "The Galitzianer,"
journal of Gesher Galicia. For further information, see

http://www.jewishgen.org/Galicia

While you are visiting the Rav-SIG web site, feel free to browse the pages
and join our online discussion group. Newcomers are always welcome.

Regards,
Shirley Rotbein Flaum, Coordinator
Rabbinic Genealogy Special Interest Group (Rav-SIG)
http://www.jewishgen.org/Rabbinic
Houston, Texas

seflaum@...

Submitted by:

Shelley K. Pollero, Coordinator
Gesher Galicia
Severna Park, Maryland
rkpollero@...

Re: Judaica Foundation etc. #galicia

Peter Jassem <pjassem@...>
 

I received an interesting inquiry and I think my
response may be of interest to others.

Kitty Sauber wrote:
Dear Peter,
I read your Posting with interest, I did not realize
that there exists a Judaica Foundation IN KraKow ,
today. ( I was under the impression that Poland,
Ukraine, etc discouraged any Jewish Community
activities). Would you have the address and name of
person one may write to at the Judaica Foundation in
Krakow? Is there an archive or University where one
may look for a greatgrandfather who lived there and
graduated >from the University in Krakow in the 19th
century?
With much appreciation,
Kitty Sauber <brucekitty@... >

Dear Kitty,

Jewish activities are not discouraged in Poland. In
contrary, there is a fertile ground for such
activities
now. Members of non-Jewish population often join the
very small Jewish comunity in celebration of Jewish
culture and heritage. The last festival of Jewish
culture in Krakow which ended with an open-air 7-hour
long concert attracted 10 thousand mostly young Polish
spectators. A museum of the history of Polish Jews
will be built in Warsaw. Faculties of Jewish Studies
in Warsaw and Krakow are increasingly popular. There
have been even individual cases of Jewish immigrants
to Poland recently. The number of communities,
cultural, religious, educational and research
facilities, publications and other initiatives is too
large to encapsulate them all in this message.

Of course, anti-Semitism still finds its followers in
certain sections of Polish society as anywhere else
in Europe and the world, but I would rather suggest to
direct your attention to these positive trends as they
are to the great benefit of Jewish genealogists.

Website of The Jewish Community of Poland
http://www.jewish.org.pl/ will help you to locate some
of Jewish organizations in Poland.

Judaica Foundation can be found at
http://www.judaica.pl/

And archives of Jagiellonian University do keep
student files, so there is a chance you'll find
information about your ancestor. For contact see:
http://www.uj.edu.pl/uj-guide/archives.en.html

from your posting I sense that you have not been to
Poland for long. I'd like to encourage you (and
others who read this message)to visit this country, go
to the Jewish facilities, meet local Poles interested
in Jewish heritage, make friends, benefit >from the new
situation.

Peter Jassem


______________________________________________________________________
Post your free ad now! http://personals.yahoo.ca

Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Judaica Foundation etc. #galicia

Peter Jassem <pjassem@...>
 

I received an interesting inquiry and I think my
response may be of interest to others.

Kitty Sauber wrote:
Dear Peter,
I read your Posting with interest, I did not realize
that there exists a Judaica Foundation IN KraKow ,
today. ( I was under the impression that Poland,
Ukraine, etc discouraged any Jewish Community
activities). Would you have the address and name of
person one may write to at the Judaica Foundation in
Krakow? Is there an archive or University where one
may look for a greatgrandfather who lived there and
graduated >from the University in Krakow in the 19th
century?
With much appreciation,
Kitty Sauber <brucekitty@... >

Dear Kitty,

Jewish activities are not discouraged in Poland. In
contrary, there is a fertile ground for such
activities
now. Members of non-Jewish population often join the
very small Jewish comunity in celebration of Jewish
culture and heritage. The last festival of Jewish
culture in Krakow which ended with an open-air 7-hour
long concert attracted 10 thousand mostly young Polish
spectators. A museum of the history of Polish Jews
will be built in Warsaw. Faculties of Jewish Studies
in Warsaw and Krakow are increasingly popular. There
have been even individual cases of Jewish immigrants
to Poland recently. The number of communities,
cultural, religious, educational and research
facilities, publications and other initiatives is too
large to encapsulate them all in this message.

Of course, anti-Semitism still finds its followers in
certain sections of Polish society as anywhere else
in Europe and the world, but I would rather suggest to
direct your attention to these positive trends as they
are to the great benefit of Jewish genealogists.

Website of The Jewish Community of Poland
http://www.jewish.org.pl/ will help you to locate some
of Jewish organizations in Poland.

Judaica Foundation can be found at
http://www.judaica.pl/

And archives of Jagiellonian University do keep
student files, so there is a chance you'll find
information about your ancestor. For contact see:
http://www.uj.edu.pl/uj-guide/archives.en.html

from your posting I sense that you have not been to
Poland for long. I'd like to encourage you (and
others who read this message)to visit this country, go
to the Jewish facilities, meet local Poles interested
in Jewish heritage, make friends, benefit >from the new
situation.

Peter Jassem


______________________________________________________________________
Post your free ad now! http://personals.yahoo.ca

Re: Jewish Encyclopedia and Brody ShtetLinks Site #galicia

Marjorie Rosenfeld <marjorierosenfeld@...>
 

Shelley Pollero wrote that the Web site
http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/index.jsp "contains the
complete contents of the 12-volume Jewish Encyclopedia . . . originally
published between 1901-1906" and asked that anyone finding an article about
a shtetl there send her the URL. Though I didn't find an article
specifically about Brody, Ukraine (then Brody, Galicia), just plugging
"Brody" into the search window produced 50 entries about distinguished Jews
who were born, lived, or died in Brody! I have therefore put a link to this
encyclopedia at the Brody ShtetLinks site.

This seems a good time to announce also that I've recently added some new
material to the Brody site
(http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Brody/brody.htm). There are four new
pages:

Three new documents (an interesting history and two documents compiled from
various Brody records in L'viv) >from Dr. Robert Sherins:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Brody/sherins_brodyhistory.html
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Brody/sherins_brody_occupations.htm
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Brody/sherins_brody_landrecord_columns.h
tm

A new Holocaust account >from Boleslaw Kulczycki, whose parents were
recognized as Righteous among the Nations by Yad Vashem for the large part
they played in saving 14 Brody Jews:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Brody/son_righteousgentiles.html

Wishing everyone a sweet and happy New Year (5763--How time flies!),
Marjorie Stamm Rosenfeld
Carlsbad, California
USA
Researching: STAMM, Brody, Ukaine; WEISSER, Vishnevets, Ukraine;
BOKSERMAN/BOXERMAN, Teofipol, Ukraine; UDELSON, "Naishtat," Lithuania;
GITTLESON, Lithuania; KOVARSKY, Vilnius, Lithuania; SHESKIN, Vilnius,
Lithuania.

Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia RE: Jewish Encyclopedia and Brody ShtetLinks Site #galicia

Marjorie Rosenfeld <marjorierosenfeld@...>
 

Shelley Pollero wrote that the Web site
http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/index.jsp "contains the
complete contents of the 12-volume Jewish Encyclopedia . . . originally
published between 1901-1906" and asked that anyone finding an article about
a shtetl there send her the URL. Though I didn't find an article
specifically about Brody, Ukraine (then Brody, Galicia), just plugging
"Brody" into the search window produced 50 entries about distinguished Jews
who were born, lived, or died in Brody! I have therefore put a link to this
encyclopedia at the Brody ShtetLinks site.

This seems a good time to announce also that I've recently added some new
material to the Brody site
(http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Brody/brody.htm). There are four new
pages:

Three new documents (an interesting history and two documents compiled from
various Brody records in L'viv) >from Dr. Robert Sherins:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Brody/sherins_brodyhistory.html
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Brody/sherins_brody_occupations.htm
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Brody/sherins_brody_landrecord_columns.h
tm

A new Holocaust account >from Boleslaw Kulczycki, whose parents were
recognized as Righteous among the Nations by Yad Vashem for the large part
they played in saving 14 Brody Jews:

http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Brody/son_righteousgentiles.html

Wishing everyone a sweet and happy New Year (5763--How time flies!),
Marjorie Stamm Rosenfeld
Carlsbad, California
USA
Researching: STAMM, Brody, Ukaine; WEISSER, Vishnevets, Ukraine;
BOKSERMAN/BOXERMAN, Teofipol, Ukraine; UDELSON, "Naishtat," Lithuania;
GITTLESON, Lithuania; KOVARSKY, Vilnius, Lithuania; SHESKIN, Vilnius,
Lithuania.

Name adoption ca. 1808 #germany

Esther Ramon
 

For those who rely to much on family relations through family names:
Hirsch Oppenheim born 1805 in Gronau Hannover) writes in his memories
about his father - When all the Jews had to choose family names in 1813
"So our grandfather called himself Oppenheimer and his brothers call
themselves Rothschild and Steinberg" >from Juedisches Leben in
Deutschland Selbszeugnisse zur Sozialgeschichte 1780-1871 herausgegeben
von Monika Richarz. Leo Baeck Institut p. 145. In the Hebrew edition
p.87. I have not the English edition.

Esther Ramon Jerusalem

Researching HOMBURGER Karlsruhe,WEIL Westhoffen,Merzig,Kippenheim
OPPENHEIM Hanau Witzenhausen BUCHSTEIN Kunreuth

MODERATOR NOTE: This message was sent to us in mixed/multipart format,
not PLAIN TEXT format. In the future we will REJECT messages sent by
Esther Ramon and other members if they are not sent to us in PLAIN TEXT
format.

To learn how to send email in PLAIN TEXT format please see:

http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/PlainText.html

German SIG #Germany Name adoption ca. 1808 #germany

Esther Ramon
 

For those who rely to much on family relations through family names:
Hirsch Oppenheim born 1805 in Gronau Hannover) writes in his memories
about his father - When all the Jews had to choose family names in 1813
"So our grandfather called himself Oppenheimer and his brothers call
themselves Rothschild and Steinberg" >from Juedisches Leben in
Deutschland Selbszeugnisse zur Sozialgeschichte 1780-1871 herausgegeben
von Monika Richarz. Leo Baeck Institut p. 145. In the Hebrew edition
p.87. I have not the English edition.

Esther Ramon Jerusalem

Researching HOMBURGER Karlsruhe,WEIL Westhoffen,Merzig,Kippenheim
OPPENHEIM Hanau Witzenhausen BUCHSTEIN Kunreuth

MODERATOR NOTE: This message was sent to us in mixed/multipart format,
not PLAIN TEXT format. In the future we will REJECT messages sent by
Esther Ramon and other members if they are not sent to us in PLAIN TEXT
format.

To learn how to send email in PLAIN TEXT format please see:

http://www.jewishgen.org/InfoFiles/PlainText.html

ICHENHAUSER from Ichenhausen (adopting town names as family names) #germany

Ernest Kallmann <ernest.kallmann@...>
 

Following my posting on Gersig July 22 :

"While transcribing the 1813 Judenmatrikel for Ichenhausen, Bavaria (in
fact the list of family heads with their former names and with their
newly adopted given names and permanent family names) we stumbled over #
174 Joseph b. Simon adopting the name of Joseph ICHENHAUSER. For both of
us it is the first occurrence of a Jew adopting as his family name one
deriving directly >from the place where he lives",

Charles HEXTER and I received many responses, for which we wish to thank
all correspondents. >from them it appears that :

- the practice of adopting the name of the place of residence when
required to take permanent family names is quite current in Eastern
Europe,
- before this obligation (which came in force usually after 1800), the
surnames built >from town names (e.g. WORMSER, WURMSER) generally were
used to distinguish namesakes by adding the town of origin of the first
ancestor having settled in a place. This suggests that "there are no
OPPENHEIMER living in Oppenheim".
- nevertheless, in some cases, during the name adoption process some
Jews took the name of their place of residence. This shows that there
nevertheless "may be some OPPENHEIMER living in Oppenheim". What may be
the reason for such a choice ? One correspondent suggests lack of
imagination.

In short : I raised a false problem. Thanks again. I assume the
Moderator will now cut the thread.

[MOD NOTE: If there are important followup messages regarding this
important message >from our distinguished member M. Kallmann they will
be posted. The Moderators will decide what is important.]

Ernest Kallmann Suburban Paris, France

German SIG #Germany ICHENHAUSER from Ichenhausen (adopting town names as family names) #germany

Ernest Kallmann <ernest.kallmann@...>
 

Following my posting on Gersig July 22 :

"While transcribing the 1813 Judenmatrikel for Ichenhausen, Bavaria (in
fact the list of family heads with their former names and with their
newly adopted given names and permanent family names) we stumbled over #
174 Joseph b. Simon adopting the name of Joseph ICHENHAUSER. For both of
us it is the first occurrence of a Jew adopting as his family name one
deriving directly >from the place where he lives",

Charles HEXTER and I received many responses, for which we wish to thank
all correspondents. >from them it appears that :

- the practice of adopting the name of the place of residence when
required to take permanent family names is quite current in Eastern
Europe,
- before this obligation (which came in force usually after 1800), the
surnames built >from town names (e.g. WORMSER, WURMSER) generally were
used to distinguish namesakes by adding the town of origin of the first
ancestor having settled in a place. This suggests that "there are no
OPPENHEIMER living in Oppenheim".
- nevertheless, in some cases, during the name adoption process some
Jews took the name of their place of residence. This shows that there
nevertheless "may be some OPPENHEIMER living in Oppenheim". What may be
the reason for such a choice ? One correspondent suggests lack of
imagination.

In short : I raised a false problem. Thanks again. I assume the
Moderator will now cut the thread.

[MOD NOTE: If there are important followup messages regarding this
important message >from our distinguished member M. Kallmann they will
be posted. The Moderators will decide what is important.]

Ernest Kallmann Suburban Paris, France

The surname LUPOLOR #unitedkingdom

Connie Fisher Newhan
 

Dear Genners-
Have come across a new name...a brother in law of my gf on the 1920 census.
His name is Irving LUPOLOR, married to Ida/Ide. He was born in England
around 1894, and I think his parents were >from Russia. Is anyone familar
with this surname?


Regards,
Connie Fisher Newhan
Yorba Linda, California
Searching FISHER/FISZER (POLAND), BARSKY/BARSKY (ODESSA), GOLDBERG (RUSSIA),
FELDMAN (KOVNO), SPRINGER, HAMBURGER (POLAND), ABRAMS, RABINOWITZ, FRIEDSAM
(GERMANY), NEWHAN/NEUHAN (GERMANY), GERSTEN (GALACIA), ANTZEL, SPRINGER,
LEVINE, BLUM, ROTH, ROCKOVITZ

JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom The surname LUPOLOR #unitedkingdom

Connie Fisher Newhan
 

Dear Genners-
Have come across a new name...a brother in law of my gf on the 1920 census.
His name is Irving LUPOLOR, married to Ida/Ide. He was born in England
around 1894, and I think his parents were >from Russia. Is anyone familar
with this surname?


Regards,
Connie Fisher Newhan
Yorba Linda, California
Searching FISHER/FISZER (POLAND), BARSKY/BARSKY (ODESSA), GOLDBERG (RUSSIA),
FELDMAN (KOVNO), SPRINGER, HAMBURGER (POLAND), ABRAMS, RABINOWITZ, FRIEDSAM
(GERMANY), NEWHAN/NEUHAN (GERMANY), GERSTEN (GALACIA), ANTZEL, SPRINGER,
LEVINE, BLUM, ROTH, ROCKOVITZ

Landsmanshaften collection -- how do you find the material? #general

Gloria Bailey <auletta1@...>
 

OK. I'm confused.

Upon reading:
Genners:
Please note the landsmanshaften collection at the YIVO library on West
16th St NYC which is catalogued at www.jgsny.org.
I went to the site and looked up my grandfather's landsmanshaften --

Slutzker Branch 500.

It is listed as being in the collection, and I presume the questionnaire
was completed by the WPA Yiddish Writer's Guild.

Now, how do I find the answers to the questionnaire? I am very interested
because my grandfather, Joseph Osherowitz, was both a founding member and a
member of the 50 year Golden Jubilee organization committee. In addition,
other family members were also members of this branch. (I will note that
my grandmother was a member even though she was >from Pagost.) Also my
grandfather was actually born in Romanovo, but did live for a period in
Slutzk. Mostly, I think this was the nearest big city so they considered
that the home town, when asked where they were from.

Do I have to go to Yivo to read these records? (I am in Seattle). Is
there a way to read them online?

Thanks.

Gloria Auletta Bailey
Searching OSHEROWITZ & GINSBURG in Romanovo or Slutzk, Minsk, Belarus
and SCHILDKRAUT in Pagost, Minsk, Belarus

JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Landsmanshaften collection -- how do you find the material? #general

Gloria Bailey <auletta1@...>
 

OK. I'm confused.

Upon reading:
Genners:
Please note the landsmanshaften collection at the YIVO library on West
16th St NYC which is catalogued at www.jgsny.org.
I went to the site and looked up my grandfather's landsmanshaften --

Slutzker Branch 500.

It is listed as being in the collection, and I presume the questionnaire
was completed by the WPA Yiddish Writer's Guild.

Now, how do I find the answers to the questionnaire? I am very interested
because my grandfather, Joseph Osherowitz, was both a founding member and a
member of the 50 year Golden Jubilee organization committee. In addition,
other family members were also members of this branch. (I will note that
my grandmother was a member even though she was >from Pagost.) Also my
grandfather was actually born in Romanovo, but did live for a period in
Slutzk. Mostly, I think this was the nearest big city so they considered
that the home town, when asked where they were from.

Do I have to go to Yivo to read these records? (I am in Seattle). Is
there a way to read them online?

Thanks.

Gloria Auletta Bailey
Searching OSHEROWITZ & GINSBURG in Romanovo or Slutzk, Minsk, Belarus
and SCHILDKRAUT in Pagost, Minsk, Belarus

1901 Census question and information #unitedkingdom

Daniel S. Katz
 

Hi,

I'm having quite a problem locating a family in the 1901 census, and
was looking for ideas. The two members of the family I am certain
were in England were:
Sarah Himmelspring, age 56 and her son Israel, age 24, both born in
Rovno. Their father, Jacob/Yankel, is listed inone of the 1895 death
indices (thought with the last name Himelspring with a bar over the
m).

They are not under Himmelspring, Himelspring, Himmel(anything),
Himel(anything), H(any vowel)(anything)spring, or
Hi(anything)m(anything)l(anything). I also looked for any male
Israel of age 24 +/- 5 born in Russia or Poland, and any female Sarah
of age 56 +/- 10 born in Russia or Poland without success.

Any ideas?


Also, I purchased three census pages which were not of use to me, and
which I would be happy to send anyone who might want them. The
families on these pages are:

St. George in the East Parish
48 Christian Street
Solkovitch (>from Poland):
Lewis (head) 43
Esther (wife) 30
Minnie (daughter) 14
Jessie (daughter) 12
Sarah (daughter) 4
Lewis Shallen (boarder) 30
Nick Isaacs (boarder) 27
Lobman (>from Romania):
Judah (head) 40
Leah (wife) 26
Mina (daughter) 3
Solomon (son) 2
Kurz (>from Russia):
Marko (head) 44
Deborah (wife) 44
Barnet (son) 14
Isaac (son) 16
Jack (son) 8
Rachel (daughter) 10
Stern (>from Poland):
Isaac (head) 24
Rozler (wife) 24
Sasha (daughter) 2
Macha (daughter) 6 mon
36 Christian Street
Kozminski (>from Poland):
Morris (head) 36
Rebecca (wife) 34
Irael (son) 12
Bessie (daughter) 10
Lewis Rosenberg (f-in-law) 67

St. George in the East Parish
St. George Tower Hamlets
1 St. George Buildings
Tilkof (>from Poland):
Abraham (head) 42
Broche (wife) 30
Leah (daughter) 11
Blume (daughter) 8
Woolf (son) 5
Morris (son) 3
Simon Rosenthal (boarder) 21
Cohen (>from Russia):
Joseph (head) 51
Annie (wife) 46
Polly (daughter) 21
Sarah (dauther) 19
Etta (daughter) 17
Mary (daughter) 15
Myer (son) 13
Gedolia (son) 11
Israel Bisrollny (boarder) 35
Hyman Bisrollny (boarder) 33
Bermann (>from Russia):
Samuel (head) 22
Clara (wife) 19
Milly (daughter) 1
Joseph Sherfero (boarder) 26
Solly Sherfaro (boarder) 24
2 St. George Buildings
Vilonski (>from Russia):
Judah (head) 21
Polly (wife) 25
Rebecca (daughter) 3 mon
Ada Goldfarb (visitor) 28
Lewis Goldfarb (visitor) 7
Rachael Goldfarb (visitor) 15
Rosnick (>from Russia):
Marks (head) 34
Mary (wife) 35
Jane (daughter) 12

Mile End New Town Parish
69 Gt. Garden St.
Brill (>from Russia):
David (head) 68
Brindel (wife) 68
Esther Nudelman (grand-daughter) 13
Russ (>from Russia):
Joseph (head) 24
Sophia (wife) 23
67 Gt. Garden St.
Jacobowinkle (>from Poland):
Isaac (head) 45
Leah (wife) 43
Saul (son) 21
Davis (son) 19
Esther (daughter) 17
Jacob (son) 14
Zimberick (>from Poland):
Isaac (head) 56
Frida (wife) 30
Abraham (son) 13
Rachel (daughter) 2 mon
Cohen (>from Russia):
Sarah (head) 52
Leah (daughter) 19
Harris (son) 17
Jacob (son) 15
Rachel (daughter) 11
Annie Goldstein (boarder) 20
Jacobs (>from Germany):
Rosa (head) 32
Jane (daughter) 8
Hyman (son) 6
65 Gt. Garden St.
Levy (>from Russia):
Barnett (head) 35
Fanny (wife) 35
Davis (son) 12
Sarah (daughter) 11
Isaac (son) 8
Annie (daughter) 6

--
Dan Katz (d.katz@...) Pasadena, CA

JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom 1901 Census question and information #unitedkingdom

Daniel S. Katz
 

Hi,

I'm having quite a problem locating a family in the 1901 census, and
was looking for ideas. The two members of the family I am certain
were in England were:
Sarah Himmelspring, age 56 and her son Israel, age 24, both born in
Rovno. Their father, Jacob/Yankel, is listed inone of the 1895 death
indices (thought with the last name Himelspring with a bar over the
m).

They are not under Himmelspring, Himelspring, Himmel(anything),
Himel(anything), H(any vowel)(anything)spring, or
Hi(anything)m(anything)l(anything). I also looked for any male
Israel of age 24 +/- 5 born in Russia or Poland, and any female Sarah
of age 56 +/- 10 born in Russia or Poland without success.

Any ideas?


Also, I purchased three census pages which were not of use to me, and
which I would be happy to send anyone who might want them. The
families on these pages are:

St. George in the East Parish
48 Christian Street
Solkovitch (>from Poland):
Lewis (head) 43
Esther (wife) 30
Minnie (daughter) 14
Jessie (daughter) 12
Sarah (daughter) 4
Lewis Shallen (boarder) 30
Nick Isaacs (boarder) 27
Lobman (>from Romania):
Judah (head) 40
Leah (wife) 26
Mina (daughter) 3
Solomon (son) 2
Kurz (>from Russia):
Marko (head) 44
Deborah (wife) 44
Barnet (son) 14
Isaac (son) 16
Jack (son) 8
Rachel (daughter) 10
Stern (>from Poland):
Isaac (head) 24
Rozler (wife) 24
Sasha (daughter) 2
Macha (daughter) 6 mon
36 Christian Street
Kozminski (>from Poland):
Morris (head) 36
Rebecca (wife) 34
Irael (son) 12
Bessie (daughter) 10
Lewis Rosenberg (f-in-law) 67

St. George in the East Parish
St. George Tower Hamlets
1 St. George Buildings
Tilkof (>from Poland):
Abraham (head) 42
Broche (wife) 30
Leah (daughter) 11
Blume (daughter) 8
Woolf (son) 5
Morris (son) 3
Simon Rosenthal (boarder) 21
Cohen (>from Russia):
Joseph (head) 51
Annie (wife) 46
Polly (daughter) 21
Sarah (dauther) 19
Etta (daughter) 17
Mary (daughter) 15
Myer (son) 13
Gedolia (son) 11
Israel Bisrollny (boarder) 35
Hyman Bisrollny (boarder) 33
Bermann (>from Russia):
Samuel (head) 22
Clara (wife) 19
Milly (daughter) 1
Joseph Sherfero (boarder) 26
Solly Sherfaro (boarder) 24
2 St. George Buildings
Vilonski (>from Russia):
Judah (head) 21
Polly (wife) 25
Rebecca (daughter) 3 mon
Ada Goldfarb (visitor) 28
Lewis Goldfarb (visitor) 7
Rachael Goldfarb (visitor) 15
Rosnick (>from Russia):
Marks (head) 34
Mary (wife) 35
Jane (daughter) 12

Mile End New Town Parish
69 Gt. Garden St.
Brill (>from Russia):
David (head) 68
Brindel (wife) 68
Esther Nudelman (grand-daughter) 13
Russ (>from Russia):
Joseph (head) 24
Sophia (wife) 23
67 Gt. Garden St.
Jacobowinkle (>from Poland):
Isaac (head) 45
Leah (wife) 43
Saul (son) 21
Davis (son) 19
Esther (daughter) 17
Jacob (son) 14
Zimberick (>from Poland):
Isaac (head) 56
Frida (wife) 30
Abraham (son) 13
Rachel (daughter) 2 mon
Cohen (>from Russia):
Sarah (head) 52
Leah (daughter) 19
Harris (son) 17
Jacob (son) 15
Rachel (daughter) 11
Annie Goldstein (boarder) 20
Jacobs (>from Germany):
Rosa (head) 32
Jane (daughter) 8
Hyman (son) 6
65 Gt. Garden St.
Levy (>from Russia):
Barnett (head) 35
Fanny (wife) 35
Davis (son) 12
Sarah (daughter) 11
Isaac (son) 8
Annie (daughter) 6

--
Dan Katz (d.katz@...) Pasadena, CA

request recommendation for family tree software. #romania

Mayim Rubin <mayim36@...>
 

i am looking for recommendations for affordable (about
$100.00 or less) family tree software.

I have my family tree(s) composed using ORG.EXE , a
DOS based program used for organizational charts.I
would like to convert it, if possible to a WINDOWS
based product. I would like the product to be
compatible or upgradable with WINDOWS 95 and WINDOWS
NT.


If
anyone has any experience / and/ or recommendations
for family tree software that is a stable and
establishede product that will be supported for
many
years, please email me.

Thank you very much.

Miriam Rubin
New York, New York

MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies only.

Romania SIG #Romania request recommendation for family tree software. #romania

Mayim Rubin <mayim36@...>
 

i am looking for recommendations for affordable (about
$100.00 or less) family tree software.

I have my family tree(s) composed using ORG.EXE , a
DOS based program used for organizational charts.I
would like to convert it, if possible to a WINDOWS
based product. I would like the product to be
compatible or upgradable with WINDOWS 95 and WINDOWS
NT.


If
anyone has any experience / and/ or recommendations
for family tree software that is a stable and
establishede product that will be supported for
many
years, please email me.

Thank you very much.

Miriam Rubin
New York, New York

MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies only.