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genealogist in Uruguay #general

Vivi Cohen
 

Encontre un certificado de nacimiento en Rivera de 1915.  Necesito alguien que me pueda ayudar a descubrir que paso con esa persona.
 
I need someone that help me discover what happened with someone born in Rivera in 1915, I found his birth certificate.
 
Gracias
 
Vivian Silbermann Cohen
 
 


Zoom Meeting and Presentation Lost in the Shoah: The Rescuing Power of Genealogy By Dr.Janette Silverman April 11th 1-3 PM PDT #announcements #events #holocaust

Marguerite Kealey
 

In this presentation Dr.Silverman will discuss the discovery of the story of a family who remained in Europe during the Shoah (Holocaust)  While it is true that many records were destroyed during the war, it is incorrect to assume that no records exist and finding out about our Jewish ancestors is impossible


In order to register for the presentation go to our website Welcome to the San Diego Jewish Genealogy Website (sdjgs.org) and follow the registration directions.                 


Traditional Passover Takes on a Nouvelle Flavor #general

Nancy Siegel
 

We invite you to visit the JewishGen Blog to read “Traditional Passover Takes on a Nouvelle Flavor”  by Ann Rabinowitz.

“... Jewish cooking has undergone great changes in recent years – both during Passover and year-round.  Many modern Jews have distilled customary recipes and a greater health consciousness into a sort of nouvelle Jewish cuisine...”

To read more, follow this link: 

https://www.jewishgen.org/blog/?p=musings-of-a-jewish-genealogist-traditional-passover-takes-on-a-nouvelle-flavor



Nancy Siegel
Director of Communications
JewishGen.org
(San Francisco, California)
nsiegel@...


Re: Late birth registrations #poland #records

LarryBassist@...
 

As one respondent noted, I have seen several instances where someone getting married registered their birth shortly before they got married. So it seems it would be a good thing to check for marriages sometime after a delayed birth record where the delay is at a time when a marriage might be taking place. And, I suppose, vice-versa. If you have a marriage and can't find the birth, maybe check for delayed birth registration some time just before the marriage.
Larry Bassist


Re: Child of holocaust survivors seeks to obtain Polish citizenship #general #poland

Ina Getzoff
 

Ian:
I don't know if things have changed but the son of a friend of mine decided about six or seven years ago that because his maternal grandparents came from Poland he also wanted to obtain Polish citizenship. I helped him to get much of the paperwork that proved his claim. Eventually, we found out that he would have to write an essay in Polish stating why he wanted this citizenship and also send $400 to the President of Poland and it would then take about two or three years before he got a response. He does not speak Polish (he is an American Doctor) and I asked him if he wanted to send the $400 and not know if the next month or year the current president no longer was president. After thinking about it he decided he would rather spend the money on the new home he and his wife had purchased. I thought it was a better idea. 
Admittedly, we all want to somehow come full circle in our ancestry but this was not a good idea. 
Ina Getzoff
Delray Beach, Fla. USA


NYC Street Peddler Licenses #usa

Richard Stower
 

Does anyone know if it is possible to find Lower East Side street peddler licenses from the early 1900s? Long shot, I know.

Richard Stower
Yarmouth, Maine 

Researching Kolomyya: SECHESTOWER, SPIERMAN, THAU, BEISER, GRAFF. 
 
Chortkiv/Budaniv: GROSS, FELLNER, HOCHMAN
 
Dobrowa Tarnowską: KANNER, SCHMIDT, WERNER


please translate from Hebrew (marriage record in Russia) #translation

nymyyy@...
 

Please help me translate.
If possible, a literal translation please
The record of marriage in Smolensk, Russia.
Thank you.
 Mikhail Nyashin (Russia)


Re: Help wanted to locate my grandfather's family from Poland Lubin/Lubosky #poland #general

The Becker's Email
 

Try to fill in as much as you can on family members.  Sometimes one has to research indirectly..  I saw your tree on Ancestry and will send some things there..

Per the 1911 census, Lewis and Mary had 3 children:  Philip, Fanny and Rueben.  Both Philip and Fanny were born in Russia.  They were born c. 1900 and 1902 (ages 12 and 9 on the census) respectively.  Ruben was born in England c. 1907.  Therefore they immigrated sometime in the 1902-1907 timeframe.  Again, per the census, Lewis and Mary had been married 12 years (c. 1899).  Mary had borne 5 living children w/ 3 alive in 1911.  Given that Philip was b.c. 1900 and Fanny b.c. 1902 w/ a gap between them and Reuben b.c. 1907, it is likely that the 2 dead children were born in the 1903-1906 timeframe. Look for birth/death records to fill in the blanks and confirm Lewis and Mary's names. 
The census shows that Lewis was not naturalized.  It might be worth while to look for naturalization after 1911 census.  If he wasn't naturalized, look for naturalization for Philiip.
Try to determine if Lewis changed his surname to Lubin.  When did Aaron/Edward change his name?  Since Aaron/Edward named his son Louis it is likely Lewis Lubosky had died.  The date of son Louis' birth will help narrow the timeframe on Lewis' life.  That could help you find a death record for him.  Just look for Lubin/Lubosky and allow for variations in spelling of Lubosky. 

Johanna Becker
Newport, RI, USA


Re: Child of holocaust survivors seeks to obtain Polish citizenship #general #poland

arnold friedman
 

hi,

it can be done takes bout 6 months for citizen and about a year for a pssport.    my parents were both survivors from radom poland.   i did not want it, but my kids wanted it for eu travel and in case they ever wanted to work in the eu.   poland is one of the easiest countries because if you have one  grandfather or in many cases one grandmother you can qualify. so i did notbhave to get it for my kids to get it.  my son has his passport and my daughter is getting hers next month.    the fees per person with a consultant are about 2k  or 3k for 2 with the same bloodline.   i had the record for grandparents documented well which helped.   you can save 1k without consultant but it was worth it vs figuring it out on your own and she hand delivered documents.   we went thru the los angeles consultate.    we live near sf so that was the closest.   you have to visit consulate or embassy only once  in process so pick the closest one to you.    

 
the consultant i used is

Aleksandra Kaniak
(310) 714 3342
kaniak2010@...
She is knowledgeable and excellent

good luck

arnold friedman


WEISINGER posting-March 2021 #names

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Several weeks ago (during March) someone mentioned the family name
WEISINGER. Can the poster please resend to me the post. Privately.

Tia.

Yoni Ben-Ari
yonibenari@... 


Re: Looking for a Jewish Genealogy DNA Book #dna

Richard Werbin
 

Update: The negative comments I wrote was about the book Seed Of Israel: DNA Guide To Tracing Your Jewish Ancestry by Joshua Robbin Marks.
It was from a review at Amazon.
It was not about the book by Israel Pickholtz which is detailed and excellent. 
--
Richard Werbin    New York, New York     JGSNY Membership Vice President


Re: ViewMate Translation request -Hebrew #translation

binyaminkerman@...
 

Miron is correct that the heads of talmudic schools during that period were referred to as the Gaonim, but it is also a title that is still used today meaning genius and used to honor a well respected and learned Rabbi.
Binyamin Kerman
Baltimore MD


Re: brackets on records #records

Mike Coleman
 

Hi Mandy,

On your first point, I think this might be the case if the child had died very soon after birth and before the parents were able to register her/him, when living, with a given name.

The identity of the Informant could clarify that.

It would be worth checking whether there was a corresponding contemporary death entry.

Another possibility might be if the parents, whilst having to make the registration within the deadline, had not then decided on a name.

As regards adoption, this might occur if the birth parents were unwilling to name her/him for themselves.

Again, the identity of the Informant could shed some light on that.

I look forward to others' views.


Mike Coleman   London  U.K.

 

 

 


Re: Searching French birth record for Christophe Jean Le Noel #france #records

ViennaRoots
 

Hello, Rose. 

I've just sent a record and contact info to your e-mail.  Obtained by using Geneanet.org, a French Genealogy website.
According to that record, he was born 1 January 1852.  Married in 1880.  And more.
It's likely you can get much more info from the Contact provided.
Good luck!

Bob Pachner
San Diego, CA


Re: Families BARTMANN and SCHAPIRA in Russia and Poland #poland

Sherri Bobish
 

Barry,

Alfred BARTMANN was born in Vienna 1879-10-11 to SCHAPIRA, Rosalie
and BARTMANN, Ignaz.

Alfred BARTMANN married SCHAPIRA, Klara in 1914 in Vienna.
Alfred and Klara (Clara) had at least two children born in Vienna:

Hedwig born 1918-02-11
Fritz born 1923-10-16

Info found by searching BARTMANN at:
https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/all/

Hope this helps,

Sherri Bobish


Re: please translate from Hebrew (Yiddish?) on a tombstone #translation

Yitschok Margareten
 

I retract my original translation. Jacob Shayzaf's translation is correct. 
The name is Rasha and the date is Rosh Chodesh Sivan 5616.
--
Yitschok Margareten


April 15: israel genealogy webinar from the Center for Jewish History #events

Moriah Amit
 

Family History Today: Researching your Family History in Israel from Home

April 15 at 2 PM Eastern Time 
Presented by the Ackman & Ziff Family Genealogy Institute at the Center for Jewish History and the Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA)

Searching for records of your family in Israel can be daunting. Fortunately, much of your research can now be done online. In this lecture, Garri Regev, President of the Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA), will provide an overview of the types of records available online and where to focus your efforts. In addition, you will learn about alternatives to vital records and how you can create a vivid picture of how your ancestors lived in Israel.


Ticket Info: Pay what you wish; register here
 to receive a link to the Zoom program. Note: This program was rescheduled. If you registered for the initial date (January 21), please DO NOT register again. Your registration is still valid and you should have received a new link for the Zoom program. 

 

This program is funded, in part, by a Humanities New York CARES Grant, with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the federal CARES Act, and by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

--
Moriah Amit
Senior Genealogy Librarian, Center for Jewish History
New York, NY
mamit@...


Info on Jewish refugees in Central Asia during the War #ukraine

MOSHE WALDOKS
 

Dear Ones,
My father from Lutzk (Pre-War Russia-Ukraine) was drafted into Red Army at start of War. He fled the Red Army to Central Asia (Uzbekistan -Tashkent, Samarkand). Having trouble finding info on life of these refugees in this area.
Any help would me appreciated.

Rabbi Moshe Waldoks
Founding Rabbi -Temple Beth Zion (TBZ)
1566 Beacon Street
Brookline,MA 02446
www.tbzbrookline.org
rebmoshe@...
617-566-8171 x 12


ABRAHAM SULTAN of Moldova #romania

Herbert Danziger
 

I would like to make contact with descendants of Abraham Sultan who died in Moldova during the 1820's.

Thanks,

Herbert Danziger

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Re: Searching French birth record for Christophe Jean Le Noel #france #records

David Choukroun
 

2nd try

the military records are telling us : 


Sso the 2 possibles cities are Millieres and Vesly if we take the assumptions that the "Le Noel" family did not move too much

Milieres  Millières, 1853-1862, 3E 328/6 - Visionneuse - Archives départementales de la Manche (archives-manche.fr) 
(see item 50 for the list of birth/death/mariage @ 1854) : negative

Vesly : Vesly, 1853-1862, 3E 629/6 - Visionneuse - Archives départementales de la Manche (archives-manche.fr)
(see item 64) : negative as well 

:(

Just in case : Placide Lenoël born in 1885 is recorded here : 
Millières, 1883-1892, 3E 328/9 - Visionneuse - Archives départementales de la Manche (archives-manche.fr)
(see item 59)

I am sorry, I think we really need the city of birth to get the official act


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Kind regards,
David CHOUKROUN

david.choukroun@...
FRANCE

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