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Warsaw (Pruszkow ) and Czestochowa #general

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

Please note this web site for additional information on the compensation
program for forced labor workers in Warsaw (Pruszkow) and Czestochowa
(Hojgaard & Schultz' Foundation for Former Forced Labourers):

http://www.hsfond.dk

These are the locations/types of forced labor:

1. Pruszkow (just west of Warsaw): asphalt factory named "Kemi"
2. Czestochowa: roads and dikes.

The deadline for applications is soon:

November 30,2002

But perhaps that deadline will be extended.

Other details:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/ForcedLabor-dok19pck.pdf
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/ForcedLabor-dok19pck.doc.zip

Dan
Daniel Kazez <dkazez@wittenberg.edu>
Springfield, Ohio USA
Poland: TALMAN, ENGLANDER, JURKIEWICZ, STRAUSBERG, KIFER, CZAPNIK, BRODA,
SZEWCZYK, LEWKOWICZ, SZPALTYN, OFMAN, ZYLBERBERG, KRZEPICKI, LUKS,
MOSZKOWICZ, STROZ, SZWIMER, GUTMAN, PESACH
Poland: Czestochowa-Przyrow-Mstow-Janow-Plawno-Radomsko-Piotrkow-Zgierz-Lod=
z
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/talman/
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/englander/


Carol BRUCE, Broadway Actress #general

RobinnM@...
 

Dear JewishGenners:

I understand that the Broadway actress/singer Carol BRUCE is somehow
related to me, and wonder if she appears on any of your family trees or if
anyone out there knows more about her family. She was born Shirley LEVY
in Great Neck, NY around 1920.

Please reply to me privately at: RobinnM@aol.com

Thanks for your help.

Robinn Magid
Kensington, California
RobinnM@aol.com


Correlation of names ROSEN family #general

Paul Silverstone
 

The subject of the variance of names here and there (America vs Old
Europe) comes up all the time and most of the time one cannot rely on
"usual" correlations.
However, perhaps some out there can provide some guidance.
The ROSEN family arrived in Canada in 1887. The manifest shows:

Dora (mother)
Sarah 16 (Sarah)
Scheinie 15 (Scheinie)
Israel 13
Rifke 11 (Rachel)
Noah 10 (Noah)
Czarnia 9 (Maggie)
Chaya 8 (Clara)
Ichiel 7 (Ephraim)
Hannah 4 (Katie)

Showing 9 children (& my guess as to who is who)
My grandmother Sarah (the oldest) had 7 siblings (in this order):
Annie
Rachel
Noah
Maggie
Clara
Katie
Ephraim

No one has ever said there was another boy named Israel who died young.
He may have been a nephew or even not a relative.
There is also no guarantee that the ages on the manifest or order of
birth are correct.
Any suggestions?

Paul Silverstone
New York

reply to paulh@aya.yale.edu

MODERATOR NOTE: A good tool to use when searching for given name
equivalents is the JewishGen Given Names database located at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Warsaw (Pruszkow ) and Czestochowa #general

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

Please note this web site for additional information on the compensation
program for forced labor workers in Warsaw (Pruszkow) and Czestochowa
(Hojgaard & Schultz' Foundation for Former Forced Labourers):

http://www.hsfond.dk

These are the locations/types of forced labor:

1. Pruszkow (just west of Warsaw): asphalt factory named "Kemi"
2. Czestochowa: roads and dikes.

The deadline for applications is soon:

November 30,2002

But perhaps that deadline will be extended.

Other details:

http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/ForcedLabor-dok19pck.pdf
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/Czesto-Rad/ForcedLabor-dok19pck.doc.zip

Dan
Daniel Kazez <dkazez@wittenberg.edu>
Springfield, Ohio USA
Poland: TALMAN, ENGLANDER, JURKIEWICZ, STRAUSBERG, KIFER, CZAPNIK, BRODA,
SZEWCZYK, LEWKOWICZ, SZPALTYN, OFMAN, ZYLBERBERG, KRZEPICKI, LUKS,
MOSZKOWICZ, STROZ, SZWIMER, GUTMAN, PESACH
Poland: Czestochowa-Przyrow-Mstow-Janow-Plawno-Radomsko-Piotrkow-Zgierz-Lod=
z
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/talman/
http://www.kazez.com/~dan/englander/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Carol BRUCE, Broadway Actress #general

RobinnM@...
 

Dear JewishGenners:

I understand that the Broadway actress/singer Carol BRUCE is somehow
related to me, and wonder if she appears on any of your family trees or if
anyone out there knows more about her family. She was born Shirley LEVY
in Great Neck, NY around 1920.

Please reply to me privately at: RobinnM@aol.com

Thanks for your help.

Robinn Magid
Kensington, California
RobinnM@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Correlation of names ROSEN family #general

Paul Silverstone
 

The subject of the variance of names here and there (America vs Old
Europe) comes up all the time and most of the time one cannot rely on
"usual" correlations.
However, perhaps some out there can provide some guidance.
The ROSEN family arrived in Canada in 1887. The manifest shows:

Dora (mother)
Sarah 16 (Sarah)
Scheinie 15 (Scheinie)
Israel 13
Rifke 11 (Rachel)
Noah 10 (Noah)
Czarnia 9 (Maggie)
Chaya 8 (Clara)
Ichiel 7 (Ephraim)
Hannah 4 (Katie)

Showing 9 children (& my guess as to who is who)
My grandmother Sarah (the oldest) had 7 siblings (in this order):
Annie
Rachel
Noah
Maggie
Clara
Katie
Ephraim

No one has ever said there was another boy named Israel who died young.
He may have been a nephew or even not a relative.
There is also no guarantee that the ages on the manifest or order of
birth are correct.
Any suggestions?

Paul Silverstone
New York

reply to paulh@aya.yale.edu

MODERATOR NOTE: A good tool to use when searching for given name
equivalents is the JewishGen Given Names database located at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames


HIAS Boston Individaul Arrival Cards – 1882-1929 #general

Howard Margol <hom4430@...>
 

HIAS Boston Individaul Arrival Cards – 1882-1929

On September 13, 2001 I learned that the Genealogical
Society of Utah had a filming crew in New York
available to film records. As the Coordinator of IAJGS
(International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies) Special Projects, I felt this would be a
wonderful opportunity to film some Jewish records in
the New York area. Coming right after the terrible
events of September 11th, it became even more
important for original records to be filmed and the
rolls of microfilm to be safely stored in a vault
inside of a mountain near Salt Lake City, Utah.

After a number of emails, and phone calls,
arrangements were made between the GSU and the
American Jewish Historical Society to film the HIAS
Boston Individual Arrival Cards, 24,000 in all,
covering 1882 – 1929. The filming of the Arrival Cards
was completed in May, 2002. Special thanks should go
to Keith Rose, Collection Development Specialist, in
Salt Lake City and to Lyn Slome, Director of Library
and Archives, American Jewish Historical Society for
the initiation and completion of this project.

The films are now available for viewing at the Family
History Library in Salt Lake City and can also be
ordered in to any Family History Center around the
world. I was just in Salt Lake City and had the
opportunity to view four of the nine rolls of
microfilm. The clarity of the film is excellent and
the records are very legible. Also, the records are
arranged alphabetically which makes it very easy to
select the correct roll of film of interest. In many
cases, additional information is on the arrival cards
that are not included on the ship passenger manifest.

The original records, including case files, can be
accessed at the American Jewish Historical Society at
Hebrew College in Newton Centre, Massachusetts. The
microfilm can be viewed (on a microfilm reader) at the
American Jewish Historical Society at the Center for
Jewish History in New York.

Background – HIAS agents in Europe would contact HIAS
in Boston and give them the name of a family coming to
Boston, the name of the ship they would arrive on, and
the date of arrival. A HIAS representative would meet
the family at the dock and would help them on their
way. If the family did not have contact with a HIAS
agent in Europe, they probably would not have been met
at the Boston dock by a HIAS representative and no
arrival card for them would have been generated.

If the arriving immigrant had a problem with
immigration officials, HIAS would get involved and do
everything possible to help solve the problem on
behalf of the immigrant. In this case, an arrival card
would be filled out even though prior contact in
Europe had not occurred.

I saw a number of Boston HIAS arrival cards even
though the immigrant family actually arrived in New
York. In each case, the family’s final destination was
Boston and the HIAS record followed them to Boston.
The suggestion here is, if your ancestor arrived in
New York, and they were going to Boston it would be a
good idea to check out the Boston HIAS arrival cards.

Even though the filming of the HIAS records was not an
IAJGS Project per se, the project was facilitated by
IAJGS. Hopefully, IAJGS can originate and manage
future projects of genealogical value as well as being
instrumental in facilitating genealogical projects by
other organizations.

Film Title – Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society card file
I-96, 1882-1929
Title Number – 1050948
Film Notes Film Number
Aaronowitz, Julius – Botkewitz,Jacob 2318189
Botkewitz,Jacob – Fingerman, Chaye 2318389
Fingerman, Chaye – Grubstein, Taube 2318390
Grubstein, Taube – Kushnir, Chaika 2318391
Kushnir, Chaika – Markman, Louis 2318392
Markman, Louis – Rabinowitz, Zipora 2318509
Rabinowitz, Zipora – Shatora, Marion I. 2318510
Shatora, Marion I. – Weiner, Chaim 2318511
Weiner, Chaim – Zywotoski, Zersh 2318512

Howard Margol – IAJGS Special Projects Coordinator
Use Only - homargol@aol.com


looking for LUTSKY family in Israel #general

Anita Springer <aspringer@...>
 

I have received information that our LERNER family is related to a LUTSKY
family who moved to Israel in 1920. I wonder if any kind person in Israel
might help me find them so I can write to them?

One name I am looking for is: George Joseph LUTSKY, born 1928 I believe in
Vienna, or his descendants. He lived in Argentina for a while after 1938 I
think and moved to Israel where his grandmother and grandfather had moved
earlier and was living in Tel Aviv in 1957. At that time he was a chemical
engineer and unmarried. We have this information >from an audiotape
interview with his father, Morris LUTSKY, that was made when Morris was
visiting our LERNERs in Brooklyn in 1957. Morris' mother was named Sarah
Lerner who married a LUTSKY and she is the sister of our great-grandfather
Aaron LERNER.

Morris LUTSKY had a brother, whose name sounds like (I heard this >from an
audiotape) Alexander DOTTAN (he changed his name >from Lutsky) and he was
Minister of Foreign Affairs in Israel in 1957.

I believe the LUTSKYs know a lot more about the family and have a family
tree and I would love to contact them. Thanks for any help and
suggestions.
Please respond privately.

Anita Springer, Boston


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen HIAS Boston Individaul Arrival Cards – 1882-1929 #general

Howard Margol <hom4430@...>
 

HIAS Boston Individaul Arrival Cards – 1882-1929

On September 13, 2001 I learned that the Genealogical
Society of Utah had a filming crew in New York
available to film records. As the Coordinator of IAJGS
(International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies) Special Projects, I felt this would be a
wonderful opportunity to film some Jewish records in
the New York area. Coming right after the terrible
events of September 11th, it became even more
important for original records to be filmed and the
rolls of microfilm to be safely stored in a vault
inside of a mountain near Salt Lake City, Utah.

After a number of emails, and phone calls,
arrangements were made between the GSU and the
American Jewish Historical Society to film the HIAS
Boston Individual Arrival Cards, 24,000 in all,
covering 1882 – 1929. The filming of the Arrival Cards
was completed in May, 2002. Special thanks should go
to Keith Rose, Collection Development Specialist, in
Salt Lake City and to Lyn Slome, Director of Library
and Archives, American Jewish Historical Society for
the initiation and completion of this project.

The films are now available for viewing at the Family
History Library in Salt Lake City and can also be
ordered in to any Family History Center around the
world. I was just in Salt Lake City and had the
opportunity to view four of the nine rolls of
microfilm. The clarity of the film is excellent and
the records are very legible. Also, the records are
arranged alphabetically which makes it very easy to
select the correct roll of film of interest. In many
cases, additional information is on the arrival cards
that are not included on the ship passenger manifest.

The original records, including case files, can be
accessed at the American Jewish Historical Society at
Hebrew College in Newton Centre, Massachusetts. The
microfilm can be viewed (on a microfilm reader) at the
American Jewish Historical Society at the Center for
Jewish History in New York.

Background – HIAS agents in Europe would contact HIAS
in Boston and give them the name of a family coming to
Boston, the name of the ship they would arrive on, and
the date of arrival. A HIAS representative would meet
the family at the dock and would help them on their
way. If the family did not have contact with a HIAS
agent in Europe, they probably would not have been met
at the Boston dock by a HIAS representative and no
arrival card for them would have been generated.

If the arriving immigrant had a problem with
immigration officials, HIAS would get involved and do
everything possible to help solve the problem on
behalf of the immigrant. In this case, an arrival card
would be filled out even though prior contact in
Europe had not occurred.

I saw a number of Boston HIAS arrival cards even
though the immigrant family actually arrived in New
York. In each case, the family’s final destination was
Boston and the HIAS record followed them to Boston.
The suggestion here is, if your ancestor arrived in
New York, and they were going to Boston it would be a
good idea to check out the Boston HIAS arrival cards.

Even though the filming of the HIAS records was not an
IAJGS Project per se, the project was facilitated by
IAJGS. Hopefully, IAJGS can originate and manage
future projects of genealogical value as well as being
instrumental in facilitating genealogical projects by
other organizations.

Film Title – Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society card file
I-96, 1882-1929
Title Number – 1050948
Film Notes Film Number
Aaronowitz, Julius – Botkewitz,Jacob 2318189
Botkewitz,Jacob – Fingerman, Chaye 2318389
Fingerman, Chaye – Grubstein, Taube 2318390
Grubstein, Taube – Kushnir, Chaika 2318391
Kushnir, Chaika – Markman, Louis 2318392
Markman, Louis – Rabinowitz, Zipora 2318509
Rabinowitz, Zipora – Shatora, Marion I. 2318510
Shatora, Marion I. – Weiner, Chaim 2318511
Weiner, Chaim – Zywotoski, Zersh 2318512

Howard Margol – IAJGS Special Projects Coordinator
Use Only - homargol@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen looking for LUTSKY family in Israel #general

Anita Springer <aspringer@...>
 

I have received information that our LERNER family is related to a LUTSKY
family who moved to Israel in 1920. I wonder if any kind person in Israel
might help me find them so I can write to them?

One name I am looking for is: George Joseph LUTSKY, born 1928 I believe in
Vienna, or his descendants. He lived in Argentina for a while after 1938 I
think and moved to Israel where his grandmother and grandfather had moved
earlier and was living in Tel Aviv in 1957. At that time he was a chemical
engineer and unmarried. We have this information >from an audiotape
interview with his father, Morris LUTSKY, that was made when Morris was
visiting our LERNERs in Brooklyn in 1957. Morris' mother was named Sarah
Lerner who married a LUTSKY and she is the sister of our great-grandfather
Aaron LERNER.

Morris LUTSKY had a brother, whose name sounds like (I heard this >from an
audiotape) Alexander DOTTAN (he changed his name >from Lutsky) and he was
Minister of Foreign Affairs in Israel in 1957.

I believe the LUTSKYs know a lot more about the family and have a family
tree and I would love to contact them. Thanks for any help and
suggestions.
Please respond privately.

Anita Springer, Boston


GOLDBERGs in Praetoria or elsewhere in South Africa #general

Saul Marks <saulmarks@...>
 

Dear All,

Ronnie Goldberg was born in London in 1933 & married Eva BART. He was a
jeweller & they had 2 sons: Keith G Goldberg & Sean Goldberg. Ronnie & Eva
subsequently divorced, & Ronnie died of a stomach ulcer in 1980. Eva took
the 2 boys & went to live in Praetoria, South Africa. Contact was soon
lost with the family.

Does anyone know these two men (probably now in their 40s) or have access
to a Praetoria telephone directory (or South African version of Directory
Enquiries) & may be able to help?

Many thanks,

Saul Marks
Newcastle, England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen GOLDBERGs in Praetoria or elsewhere in South Africa #general

Saul Marks <saulmarks@...>
 

Dear All,

Ronnie Goldberg was born in London in 1933 & married Eva BART. He was a
jeweller & they had 2 sons: Keith G Goldberg & Sean Goldberg. Ronnie & Eva
subsequently divorced, & Ronnie died of a stomach ulcer in 1980. Eva took
the 2 boys & went to live in Praetoria, South Africa. Contact was soon
lost with the family.

Does anyone know these two men (probably now in their 40s) or have access
to a Praetoria telephone directory (or South African version of Directory
Enquiries) & may be able to help?

Many thanks,

Saul Marks
Newcastle, England


lida a karaganda #france

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

Un juif de bielorussie de lida a karaganda
Auteur : Joseph Kuszelewicz (1926-2001)
Collection : Biolorussie
Here are several sources.
www.Amazon.fr
www.Fnac.com
www.alapage.com
http://fr.kelkoo.com/b/a/c_100801_livres.html

My thanks to those who pointed me in the right direction.
--
koosh@att.net
Bernard Kouchel


French SIG #France lida a karaganda #france

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

Un juif de bielorussie de lida a karaganda
Auteur : Joseph Kuszelewicz (1926-2001)
Collection : Biolorussie
Here are several sources.
www.Amazon.fr
www.Fnac.com
www.alapage.com
http://fr.kelkoo.com/b/a/c_100801_livres.html

My thanks to those who pointed me in the right direction.
--
koosh@att.net
Bernard Kouchel


Rabbis #belarus

Alan Cohen <abcohen@...>
 

Does anyone have any knowledge of a Rabbi Shneur Zalman Kunin haCohen fro=
m
the vitepsk/Mohilav area living about 1850-1900?

ALAN COHEN, Pinner, UK
researching GLAZER - Lipkany, Bessarabia; COHEN (KUNYEN/KUNIN) -
Vitepsk/Mohilev; ROMANOFSKY-Poltava; DEITSCH (DACZ, DEYTZ etc) -Plock,
Poland; KUTNOWSKI - Gostynin, Poland; KIERSTEJN - Lodz, Poland, HAMBURG
(London).


Belarus SIG #Belarus Rabbis #belarus

Alan Cohen <abcohen@...>
 

Does anyone have any knowledge of a Rabbi Shneur Zalman Kunin haCohen fro=
m
the vitepsk/Mohilav area living about 1850-1900?

ALAN COHEN, Pinner, UK
researching GLAZER - Lipkany, Bessarabia; COHEN (KUNYEN/KUNIN) -
Vitepsk/Mohilev; ROMANOFSKY-Poltava; DEITSCH (DACZ, DEYTZ etc) -Plock,
Poland; KUTNOWSKI - Gostynin, Poland; KIERSTEJN - Lodz, Poland, HAMBURG
(London).


Los Angeles Jewish Genealogical Society Meeting November 17, 2002 #belarus

Marion5301@...
 

Visiting Your Ancestral Shtetl: Surprising Discoveries!

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles (JGSLA) will next meet on
Sunday afternoon November 17, 2002 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Six JGSLA members
relate unique experiences while visiting their ancestral shtetls: Belarus
(Nancy Holden); former-Galicia(Gayle Schissel Riley); Lithuania (Sonia
Hoffman); Poland (Jan Meisels Allen); Russian (Dan Cirlin) and Ukraine
(Pamela Weissberger). This is not a "how to go" to your ancestral shtetl,
but rather what happened that made the trip an exceptional
memory! Others may also relate their unique experiences following the
presentations. There will be ample time for questions and answers.

Our traveling library is available prior to the meeting for browsing and
research. JGSLA board members are available for 30 minutes before the
meeting to answer general genealogical questions.

We will meet at the Bernard Milken Jewish Community Campus 22622 Vanowen
Street, West Hills CA 91301.

Directions to the Bernard Milken Jewish Community Campus:

from Los Angeles and eastern part of the San Fernando Valley and the San
Gabriel Valley: take the US 101 North; Exit at Shoup Avenue; Continue Right
on Ventura Blvd to Shoup Avenue; Right on Shoup Avenue to Vanowen
(approximately 1.5 miles); Left on Vanowen - 2 blocks to 226622 Vanowen
Street, West Hills (bldg. on left side of street). Parking structure is on
right as you enter driveway. Parking is free.

from Conejo Valley: take the US 101 South. Exit at Fallbrook Avenue off ramp
Continue Left on Avenue San Luis to Fallbrook. Left on Fallbrook Avenue to
Vanowen (approximately 2 miles). Right on Vanowen - 2 blocks to 22622 Vanowen
Street, West Hills (bldg. on right side of street).

from Simi Valley: take the 23 south to the 101 and go east following
directions >from the Conejo Valley above; or take the 118 east to Topanga
Canyon Blvd. Exit and go south to Vanowen. Turn west (right) on Vanowen to
22622 Vanowen.

There is no fee and non-members are welcome.
For more information on the JGSLA, please visit our website:
http://JGSLA.org

Marion Diamond
Sherman Oaks, CA


Searching several Names #latinamerica

Sarah Krein <krein@...>
 

Hi,

I am new here and researching the following families:

BACK
BERNSTEIN
FUSS
HAHN
KREIN
KREMER
LIPPMAN
LOPATO
MARGULIES
ORBACH
PADOWITZ
RUBIN
WILDER
WINKLER

Best Regards
Sarah Krein
Tel Aviv, Israel
Ex-London, UK

PS: Have family in Argentina. My mother is >from Bolivia.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Los Angeles Jewish Genealogical Society Meeting November 17, 2002 #belarus

Marion5301@...
 

Visiting Your Ancestral Shtetl: Surprising Discoveries!

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles (JGSLA) will next meet on
Sunday afternoon November 17, 2002 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Six JGSLA members
relate unique experiences while visiting their ancestral shtetls: Belarus
(Nancy Holden); former-Galicia(Gayle Schissel Riley); Lithuania (Sonia
Hoffman); Poland (Jan Meisels Allen); Russian (Dan Cirlin) and Ukraine
(Pamela Weissberger). This is not a "how to go" to your ancestral shtetl,
but rather what happened that made the trip an exceptional
memory! Others may also relate their unique experiences following the
presentations. There will be ample time for questions and answers.

Our traveling library is available prior to the meeting for browsing and
research. JGSLA board members are available for 30 minutes before the
meeting to answer general genealogical questions.

We will meet at the Bernard Milken Jewish Community Campus 22622 Vanowen
Street, West Hills CA 91301.

Directions to the Bernard Milken Jewish Community Campus:

from Los Angeles and eastern part of the San Fernando Valley and the San
Gabriel Valley: take the US 101 North; Exit at Shoup Avenue; Continue Right
on Ventura Blvd to Shoup Avenue; Right on Shoup Avenue to Vanowen
(approximately 1.5 miles); Left on Vanowen - 2 blocks to 226622 Vanowen
Street, West Hills (bldg. on left side of street). Parking structure is on
right as you enter driveway. Parking is free.

from Conejo Valley: take the US 101 South. Exit at Fallbrook Avenue off ramp
Continue Left on Avenue San Luis to Fallbrook. Left on Fallbrook Avenue to
Vanowen (approximately 2 miles). Right on Vanowen - 2 blocks to 22622 Vanowen
Street, West Hills (bldg. on right side of street).

from Simi Valley: take the 23 south to the 101 and go east following
directions >from the Conejo Valley above; or take the 118 east to Topanga
Canyon Blvd. Exit and go south to Vanowen. Turn west (right) on Vanowen to
22622 Vanowen.

There is no fee and non-members are welcome.
For more information on the JGSLA, please visit our website:
http://JGSLA.org

Marion Diamond
Sherman Oaks, CA


Latin America #LatinAmerica Searching several Names #latinamerica

Sarah Krein <krein@...>
 

Hi,

I am new here and researching the following families:

BACK
BERNSTEIN
FUSS
HAHN
KREIN
KREMER
LIPPMAN
LOPATO
MARGULIES
ORBACH
PADOWITZ
RUBIN
WILDER
WINKLER

Best Regards
Sarah Krein
Tel Aviv, Israel
Ex-London, UK

PS: Have family in Argentina. My mother is >from Bolivia.