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SAZER Family Tree: (GENISHIER/ SACHS/ ZUBATCH) #general

Lisa
 

I am nearing completion of a SAZER Family Tree and would like to hear >from
anybody related to or interested in this family. There are two distinct
families in America with this name that are cousins to eachother.
Other variation spellings of the name Sazer include Sazir and Shazir.
Also included are the descendant charts of two of the Sazer daughters (born
circa 1870's) who married into the Sachs family that settled Newark, NJ and
the Genishier (Geneshier) family that settled in the Bronx, NY.
I have come across the unusual surname Zubatch while researching this family
and would be interested in hearing >from anyone who is researching that
family name.
Please contact me privately ASAP if you have any information about these
families.
Sincerely,
Lisa Brahin Weinblatt
Redball62@...

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Descendants of Moses HERMAN & Sophia GOLDSTEIN of NYC #general

SOL2516171@...
 

I am looking for information about the descendants of Moses Herman (b. 1821
Altenkunstadt, Bavaria, died NYC) and his wife Sophia Goldstein (b. 1832/33,
died NYC). Moses was the brother of my great great grandfather Michael
Herrmann of Altenkunstadt.

I know that Moses and Sophia had the following children:

1. Henry Herman (b. 1859/60), with a son Henry, Jr.
2. Max Herman
3. Sol Herman
4. Henrietta Herman (b. 1862/63), married Leon Lewis, with a son Clarence
Herman
5. Samuel Herman (b. 1865/66)
6. Laura Herman (b. 1868/69), married to Louis Ulmann, with a daughter Irma
who married Eli Neuberger and had two sons John and Roger Neuberger
7. Pauline Herman, married ? Steinweg, with children Martha, Alma and Arthur
Steinweg.

Any information would be greatly appreciated

David Solomon
SOL2516171@...


Evelyn STOCKMAN - London #general

Mike Ross <nister@...>
 

I am trying to make contact with Evelyn Stockman (married name unknown) who
lived in Golders Green, London, in the 1970s

Thanks

MR

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searching GRASSGRUEN, Cleveland 1904 #general

Tom.Grunfeld@...
 

I have just discovered that a great uncle of mine arrived through Ellis
Island in 1904. On the ship's manifest he wrote that he was on his way to
visit the Grassgrun (umlat over the u; could also be Grassgruen) family in
Cleveland.

Does anyone know of a Grassgruen family?

Thank you in advance.

A. Tom Grunfeld
tom.grunfeld@...


Email of Judie GOLDSTEIN, Salt Lake City #general

Belle6007@...
 

Hi, Genners,

Does anyone have a current email or snail address for Judie Goldstein of
Salt Lake City, researcher #32974? The email I sent bounced back.

Please reply privately.

Thank you very much.

Belle Mest
Chicago IL

Belle6007@...

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The ZEIMER family from Zolkiew #general

Sefi <sefinet@...>
 

I am looking for a trace of Julius ZEIMER (born as ROSENFELD-ZEIMER) and
his family that lived in Zolkiew (today Nesterov) before WWII.

More information:

Julius ZEIMER (born in 1877 in Sambor as Chaim Joel to Hersch ROSENFELD and
Machle ZEIMER). He was a civil engineer and worked in Zolkiew for the
municipality.
His wife's first name was Pulina, Pepcia, her surname is unknown.
They had three daughters : Mina, Hermina and Ruth.
The youngest one was married to a teacher. All of those family members were
killed in the Holocaust, maybe in Tarnow in 1941-43.
My questions:
Does anyone >from Zolkiew know more details about that family?
Does anyone know a contact address or telephone number of living people >from
Zolkiew in Israel
Please answer me privately.

Thanks in advance,
Yosef SHAKED
Haifa, Israel
e-mail: sefinet@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SAZER Family Tree: (GENISHIER/ SACHS/ ZUBATCH) #general

Lisa
 

I am nearing completion of a SAZER Family Tree and would like to hear >from
anybody related to or interested in this family. There are two distinct
families in America with this name that are cousins to eachother.
Other variation spellings of the name Sazer include Sazir and Shazir.
Also included are the descendant charts of two of the Sazer daughters (born
circa 1870's) who married into the Sachs family that settled Newark, NJ and
the Genishier (Geneshier) family that settled in the Bronx, NY.
I have come across the unusual surname Zubatch while researching this family
and would be interested in hearing >from anyone who is researching that
family name.
Please contact me privately ASAP if you have any information about these
families.
Sincerely,
Lisa Brahin Weinblatt
Redball62@...

MODERATOR NOTE: Please enter your searches in the JewishGen Family Finder
at <http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/> if you have not already done so.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Descendants of Moses HERMAN & Sophia GOLDSTEIN of NYC #general

SOL2516171@...
 

I am looking for information about the descendants of Moses Herman (b. 1821
Altenkunstadt, Bavaria, died NYC) and his wife Sophia Goldstein (b. 1832/33,
died NYC). Moses was the brother of my great great grandfather Michael
Herrmann of Altenkunstadt.

I know that Moses and Sophia had the following children:

1. Henry Herman (b. 1859/60), with a son Henry, Jr.
2. Max Herman
3. Sol Herman
4. Henrietta Herman (b. 1862/63), married Leon Lewis, with a son Clarence
Herman
5. Samuel Herman (b. 1865/66)
6. Laura Herman (b. 1868/69), married to Louis Ulmann, with a daughter Irma
who married Eli Neuberger and had two sons John and Roger Neuberger
7. Pauline Herman, married ? Steinweg, with children Martha, Alma and Arthur
Steinweg.

Any information would be greatly appreciated

David Solomon
SOL2516171@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Evelyn STOCKMAN - London #general

Mike Ross <nister@...>
 

I am trying to make contact with Evelyn Stockman (married name unknown) who
lived in Golders Green, London, in the 1970s

Thanks

MR

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen searching GRASSGRUEN, Cleveland 1904 #general

Tom.Grunfeld@...
 

I have just discovered that a great uncle of mine arrived through Ellis
Island in 1904. On the ship's manifest he wrote that he was on his way to
visit the Grassgrun (umlat over the u; could also be Grassgruen) family in
Cleveland.

Does anyone know of a Grassgruen family?

Thank you in advance.

A. Tom Grunfeld
tom.grunfeld@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Email of Judie GOLDSTEIN, Salt Lake City #general

Belle6007@...
 

Hi, Genners,

Does anyone have a current email or snail address for Judie Goldstein of
Salt Lake City, researcher #32974? The email I sent bounced back.

Please reply privately.

Thank you very much.

Belle Mest
Chicago IL

Belle6007@...

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JewishGen LostNFound Desk, <LostNFound@...>.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The ZEIMER family from Zolkiew #general

Sefi <sefinet@...>
 

I am looking for a trace of Julius ZEIMER (born as ROSENFELD-ZEIMER) and
his family that lived in Zolkiew (today Nesterov) before WWII.

More information:

Julius ZEIMER (born in 1877 in Sambor as Chaim Joel to Hersch ROSENFELD and
Machle ZEIMER). He was a civil engineer and worked in Zolkiew for the
municipality.
His wife's first name was Pulina, Pepcia, her surname is unknown.
They had three daughters : Mina, Hermina and Ruth.
The youngest one was married to a teacher. All of those family members were
killed in the Holocaust, maybe in Tarnow in 1941-43.
My questions:
Does anyone >from Zolkiew know more details about that family?
Does anyone know a contact address or telephone number of living people >from
Zolkiew in Israel
Please answer me privately.

Thanks in advance,
Yosef SHAKED
Haifa, Israel
e-mail: sefinet@...


Steve Morse's one-step to EIDB form improved upon again #belarus

Diane Jacobs <kingart@...>
 

Title: Steve Morse's one-step EIDB form has been improved (again)

A couple of days ago I announced that Steve's blue (Jewish Passenger)
one-step form can re-sort the text version of the manifest so that
adjacent lines are together (the Ellis Island site presents the lines
all scrambled). Well I just noticed that Steve now provides that same
feature with his white (all passenger) search form. Furthermore, the
display of the results >from his white form has been changed so that it
now looks just like the results >from his blue form, making it much
easier to work with. That means you can get >from those results to the
manifest in just "one step" -- no need to first fetch the passenger
record on the way to seeing the manifest.

Steve tells me that he can't take any of the credit for this. All the
credit goes to Yves Goulnik in Switzerland who has performed two major
miracles in the seven days that he has been working with Steve.

To see the new format, go to Steve's white search form at

http://home.pacbell.net/spmorse/ellis/ellis.html


and start your search by clicking on the button that reads "search (new
format)". If you liked the old format better, Steve still has a button
to generate that as well.

Again, please if you have any questions or comments, please direct them
to Steve Morse. You can find his e-mail address on his websites.

Good hunting!

Diane Jacobs
New York

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Belarus SIG #Belarus Steve Morse's one-step to EIDB form improved upon again #belarus

Diane Jacobs <kingart@...>
 

Title: Steve Morse's one-step EIDB form has been improved (again)

A couple of days ago I announced that Steve's blue (Jewish Passenger)
one-step form can re-sort the text version of the manifest so that
adjacent lines are together (the Ellis Island site presents the lines
all scrambled). Well I just noticed that Steve now provides that same
feature with his white (all passenger) search form. Furthermore, the
display of the results >from his white form has been changed so that it
now looks just like the results >from his blue form, making it much
easier to work with. That means you can get >from those results to the
manifest in just "one step" -- no need to first fetch the passenger
record on the way to seeing the manifest.

Steve tells me that he can't take any of the credit for this. All the
credit goes to Yves Goulnik in Switzerland who has performed two major
miracles in the seven days that he has been working with Steve.

To see the new format, go to Steve's white search form at

http://home.pacbell.net/spmorse/ellis/ellis.html


and start your search by clicking on the button that reads "search (new
format)". If you liked the old format better, Steve still has a button
to generate that as well.

Again, please if you have any questions or comments, please direct them
to Steve Morse. You can find his e-mail address on his websites.

Good hunting!

Diane Jacobs
New York

MODERATOR NOTE: A "This site is down" message appeared when your
moderator checked the URL.


Re: French research (Forbach) #general

BasGinger@...
 

Leah and all,

I have a few questions regarding research in France.

My objective is to determine the birth town of a relative that was born
in Poland and moved to France sometime after WWII. All I have are the
name, birth and death dates and the name of the town where he lived
(Forbach).
This is quite a fair information. To begin with, here is the answer: he was
born in Siedliszcze (but there are three towns with that name, see JewishGen
ShtetlSeeker).
The method I used is a CDROM with an index to the French naturalizations
between 1900 and 1950. He was naturalized on 28/9/1946 as Lejba LIBERMAN,
with his minor son Abraham, born on 7/4/1931. Most probably he settled in
France before the war, because if he did not the delay for getting the
naturalization would have been too short.

If by some lucky chance I can find information about his parent that
would be a bonus.
You should try writing to Mairie de Forbach
service de l'etat civil
57600 Forbach
and requesting a copy of the death certificate ("copie de l'acte de deces"):
they have it if he died in Forbach, or elsewhere but was living in Forbach
before his death.
If they have not this death certificate, we could help you consult his
naturalization file, which usually comprises much information.
There is no information available via the Internet.

Finally just in case, I am including the information I have. The relative
I am researching is Leon NIDERMAN born 10/09/1904, died 23/12/1994,
married to Esther NAJIEBORN, lived in Forbach.
It seems he had no wife when he applied for naturalization. Maybe his
(second?) wife's name was NAJGIEBURN (according to similar names in the
index for naturalizations).

Basile Ginger, CGJ
(Cercle de Genealogie Juive, International JGS in Paris)
http://www.genealoj.org

Searching for: GINGER (Yavorov, Brody, Kishinev), BLUMENFELD (Lublin,
Kishinev), PRISMAN (Kretinga, Liepaja), GRINFELD (Brody, Kishinev),
HIRSCHBERG (Jelgava), KLEIN (only >from Odessa).


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: French research (Forbach) #general

BasGinger@...
 

Leah and all,

I have a few questions regarding research in France.

My objective is to determine the birth town of a relative that was born
in Poland and moved to France sometime after WWII. All I have are the
name, birth and death dates and the name of the town where he lived
(Forbach).
This is quite a fair information. To begin with, here is the answer: he was
born in Siedliszcze (but there are three towns with that name, see JewishGen
ShtetlSeeker).
The method I used is a CDROM with an index to the French naturalizations
between 1900 and 1950. He was naturalized on 28/9/1946 as Lejba LIBERMAN,
with his minor son Abraham, born on 7/4/1931. Most probably he settled in
France before the war, because if he did not the delay for getting the
naturalization would have been too short.

If by some lucky chance I can find information about his parent that
would be a bonus.
You should try writing to Mairie de Forbach
service de l'etat civil
57600 Forbach
and requesting a copy of the death certificate ("copie de l'acte de deces"):
they have it if he died in Forbach, or elsewhere but was living in Forbach
before his death.
If they have not this death certificate, we could help you consult his
naturalization file, which usually comprises much information.
There is no information available via the Internet.

Finally just in case, I am including the information I have. The relative
I am researching is Leon NIDERMAN born 10/09/1904, died 23/12/1994,
married to Esther NAJIEBORN, lived in Forbach.
It seems he had no wife when he applied for naturalization. Maybe his
(second?) wife's name was NAJGIEBURN (according to similar names in the
index for naturalizations).

Basile Ginger, CGJ
(Cercle de Genealogie Juive, International JGS in Paris)
http://www.genealoj.org

Searching for: GINGER (Yavorov, Brody, Kishinev), BLUMENFELD (Lublin,
Kishinev), PRISMAN (Kretinga, Liepaja), GRINFELD (Brody, Kishinev),
HIRSCHBERG (Jelgava), KLEIN (only >from Odessa).


Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Miami, Florida #general

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners:

As I do every year about this time, I write down a few family names of those
who are buried near my parents in the Mt. Nebo Cemetery in Miami, Florida.
The following are the names I copied this year and you may contact me for
the full citation on the tombstone if you are related:

Amsterdam, Jules
Brener, Jose
Brener, Rykla
Brizel, Clara
Brizel, Frances
Brizel, Jacob
Brizel, Joseph
Duvdivany, Murray
Duvdivany, Rachel
Lapides, Abraham
Lapides, Sarah
Lapides, Sidney S.
Pascul, Isadore
Pascul, Lena
Pascul, Norman Edward
Schonberger, David
Shponka, Benjamin
Suchman, Ella
Suchman, Samuel
Taran, Barry L.
Taran, Samuel H.
Zoltowski, Pincus

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@...


Re: Details on Newark Evening News name index? #general

Marty <marty@...>
 

The indices are in the local history room at the Newark Public
Library. They are hand written (!) and are only available there.
There are many of these books, each covering a period
of time for some segment of the alphabet. They are a bit tedious
to use. I have gone there and used them once.

I am not sure which years are covered but you could call the library
to find out. Also, you could check your the Newark Public Library's
web site as a start.

http://www.npl.org/Pages/Collections/njic.html

Good luck.

--
Marty Meyers
<meyers01@...>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Miami, Florida #general

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners:

As I do every year about this time, I write down a few family names of those
who are buried near my parents in the Mt. Nebo Cemetery in Miami, Florida.
The following are the names I copied this year and you may contact me for
the full citation on the tombstone if you are related:

Amsterdam, Jules
Brener, Jose
Brener, Rykla
Brizel, Clara
Brizel, Frances
Brizel, Jacob
Brizel, Joseph
Duvdivany, Murray
Duvdivany, Rachel
Lapides, Abraham
Lapides, Sarah
Lapides, Sidney S.
Pascul, Isadore
Pascul, Lena
Pascul, Norman Edward
Schonberger, David
Shponka, Benjamin
Suchman, Ella
Suchman, Samuel
Taran, Barry L.
Taran, Samuel H.
Zoltowski, Pincus

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Details on Newark Evening News name index? #general

Marty <marty@...>
 

The indices are in the local history room at the Newark Public
Library. They are hand written (!) and are only available there.
There are many of these books, each covering a period
of time for some segment of the alphabet. They are a bit tedious
to use. I have gone there and used them once.

I am not sure which years are covered but you could call the library
to find out. Also, you could check your the Newark Public Library's
web site as a start.

http://www.npl.org/Pages/Collections/njic.html

Good luck.

--
Marty Meyers
<meyers01@...>