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Revisioan List from 1806 #ukraine

Kolker Alexander <kolker_a@...>
 

Hello !

If in Revisioan List >from 1806 jews already recorded with surname ?

Best Regards
Kolker Alexander


ISRAEL ROGENBLAT or LOUIS ISRAEL #ukraine

philafrum
 

9/2/02

Genners,

According to the manifest >from the SS Germanic arriving in NYC on August
15, 1904, p. 170, lines 15 & 16, my great grendfather 'MENDEL SHTEIN"
(actually Pinchas Mendelstein) was headed to a Mr. L(ouis) Israel at 377
E.. 101 St. with an "ISRAEL ROGENBLAT". According to the manifest my
great grandfather was a cousin to this individual, while Mr. Rogenblat was
a brother-in-law. Does anybody have an idea who either ISRAEL ROGENBLAT or
L(OUIS) ISRAEL was?

Please respond to me privately. Thanks. Shanah tovah.

Evan Fishman
ebf2001@...
Cherry Hill, NJ

Searching:
MANDELSTEIN/MENDELSTEIN/MENDELSOHN (Starokonstantinov), ADELMAN/EDELMAN
(Krasilov), KALMANOWITZ, LISNITZER (Kamenets Podolskiy, Zaslaw), FISHMAN
(Terespol), UDIN, BURSTEIN, WINARSKY (Kiev), PRESSEISEN


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Revisioan List from 1806 #ukraine

Kolker Alexander <kolker_a@...>
 

Hello !

If in Revisioan List >from 1806 jews already recorded with surname ?

Best Regards
Kolker Alexander


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine ISRAEL ROGENBLAT or LOUIS ISRAEL #ukraine

philafrum
 

9/2/02

Genners,

According to the manifest >from the SS Germanic arriving in NYC on August
15, 1904, p. 170, lines 15 & 16, my great grendfather 'MENDEL SHTEIN"
(actually Pinchas Mendelstein) was headed to a Mr. L(ouis) Israel at 377
E.. 101 St. with an "ISRAEL ROGENBLAT". According to the manifest my
great grandfather was a cousin to this individual, while Mr. Rogenblat was
a brother-in-law. Does anybody have an idea who either ISRAEL ROGENBLAT or
L(OUIS) ISRAEL was?

Please respond to me privately. Thanks. Shanah tovah.

Evan Fishman
ebf2001@...
Cherry Hill, NJ

Searching:
MANDELSTEIN/MENDELSTEIN/MENDELSOHN (Starokonstantinov), ADELMAN/EDELMAN
(Krasilov), KALMANOWITZ, LISNITZER (Kamenets Podolskiy, Zaslaw), FISHMAN
(Terespol), UDIN, BURSTEIN, WINARSKY (Kiev), PRESSEISEN


What is new this month at the Belarus SIG #general

Edward Rosenbaum <erosenbaum@...>
 

The Shtetls of Belarus has been enhanced to have links >from each shtetl to
the Jewish Encyclopedia website. In addition, over the last few months, the
following web pages have been added to the SIG website
(www.jewishgen.org/belarus)

- Grodno Jewish Vital Records and FHL Film Numbers, contributed by David Fox

- Accessing Landsmanshaften Records at YIVO, by Jerry Seligsohn and Edward
Rosenbaum

-1960-1975 Chasnich-Bieshenkowitz Society Membership Dues Lists, contributed
by Jerry Seligsohn

- How to use the Belarus SIG website to find your Belorussian ancestors and
their shtetls, by Edward Rosenbaum

- Vileika Aid Society of Lynn Massachusetts and nearby communities,
contributed by Jerry Seligsohn

- Volkovysk Associations, contributed by Jerry Seligsohn

- Congregation Ahavoth Zedek Anshei Timkowitz, contributed by Jerry
Seligsohn

- Uller Benevolent Association, contributed by Jerry Seligsohn

- Swislotcher Brotherhood Association Burial Permits, contributed by Jerry
Seligsohn

- 1937 Swislotcher Brotherhood Association Membership List, contributed by
Jerry Seligsohn

- Stoliner Progressive Society, by Jerry Seligsohn

- United Smolevitzer Association - Membership Dues 1948-1972, contributed by
Jerry Seligsohn

- Skidler Benevolent Society, contributed by Jerry Seligsohn

- August 7, 1942 list of Novogrudok victims, contributed by Henryk Limon

- Schklover Benevolent Society Membership Biography, contributed by Jerry
Seligsohn

-Inventory of certain files (mainly Slutsk and Novogrudok uyezds) in the
National Historical Archives of Belarus (NHAB)in Minsk, by Neville Lamdan

- Research report - National Historical Archives of Belarus in Minsk, by
Neville Lamdan

-Edward Rosenbaum
Bergenfield, NJ
Webmaster, Belarus SIG (http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus)
Webmaster of the AGAD portion of JRI-Poland
(http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/agad)
President, JGS of Bergen County, New Jersey
(http://erosenbaum.netfirms.com/jgsbc)
email: erosenbaum@...
url: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Woods/4900/

Researching
AARONSON (Russia), BELLER (Slonim, Belarus), BUDNA/BUDNE (Brok and Ostrow
Maz Poland), GRUNDFAST (Belarus), HOFFMAN/OFMAN, (Brok and Ostrow
Mazowiecka Poland), KRIEGEL, MONKA (Przasnysz, Poland), NOVAK (Makow,
Poland), ROSENBAUM (Svezhkovtse and Khmeleva, Galicia), ROSOFF, ROTTENBERG
(Galicia), SHATZ/SHISHATZKY/SZYSZACKI (Lunna and Porozovo, Belarus),
SILVERBLATT, YOSKOWITZ (Wyshkow, Poland)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen What is new this month at the Belarus SIG #general

Edward Rosenbaum <erosenbaum@...>
 

The Shtetls of Belarus has been enhanced to have links >from each shtetl to
the Jewish Encyclopedia website. In addition, over the last few months, the
following web pages have been added to the SIG website
(www.jewishgen.org/belarus)

- Grodno Jewish Vital Records and FHL Film Numbers, contributed by David Fox

- Accessing Landsmanshaften Records at YIVO, by Jerry Seligsohn and Edward
Rosenbaum

-1960-1975 Chasnich-Bieshenkowitz Society Membership Dues Lists, contributed
by Jerry Seligsohn

- How to use the Belarus SIG website to find your Belorussian ancestors and
their shtetls, by Edward Rosenbaum

- Vileika Aid Society of Lynn Massachusetts and nearby communities,
contributed by Jerry Seligsohn

- Volkovysk Associations, contributed by Jerry Seligsohn

- Congregation Ahavoth Zedek Anshei Timkowitz, contributed by Jerry
Seligsohn

- Uller Benevolent Association, contributed by Jerry Seligsohn

- Swislotcher Brotherhood Association Burial Permits, contributed by Jerry
Seligsohn

- 1937 Swislotcher Brotherhood Association Membership List, contributed by
Jerry Seligsohn

- Stoliner Progressive Society, by Jerry Seligsohn

- United Smolevitzer Association - Membership Dues 1948-1972, contributed by
Jerry Seligsohn

- Skidler Benevolent Society, contributed by Jerry Seligsohn

- August 7, 1942 list of Novogrudok victims, contributed by Henryk Limon

- Schklover Benevolent Society Membership Biography, contributed by Jerry
Seligsohn

-Inventory of certain files (mainly Slutsk and Novogrudok uyezds) in the
National Historical Archives of Belarus (NHAB)in Minsk, by Neville Lamdan

- Research report - National Historical Archives of Belarus in Minsk, by
Neville Lamdan

-Edward Rosenbaum
Bergenfield, NJ
Webmaster, Belarus SIG (http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus)
Webmaster of the AGAD portion of JRI-Poland
(http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/agad)
President, JGS of Bergen County, New Jersey
(http://erosenbaum.netfirms.com/jgsbc)
email: erosenbaum@...
url: http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Woods/4900/

Researching
AARONSON (Russia), BELLER (Slonim, Belarus), BUDNA/BUDNE (Brok and Ostrow
Maz Poland), GRUNDFAST (Belarus), HOFFMAN/OFMAN, (Brok and Ostrow
Mazowiecka Poland), KRIEGEL, MONKA (Przasnysz, Poland), NOVAK (Makow,
Poland), ROSENBAUM (Svezhkovtse and Khmeleva, Galicia), ROSOFF, ROTTENBERG
(Galicia), SHATZ/SHISHATZKY/SZYSZACKI (Lunna and Porozovo, Belarus),
SILVERBLATT, YOSKOWITZ (Wyshkow, Poland)


September Meeting of Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Philadelphia #general

JGLois@...
 

September Meeting of Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Philadelphia

Date: Monday, Sept. 9, 2002
Time: 7:45 PM
Place: The Newman Building at Gratz College
Old York Road (Route 611) and Melrose Avenue
Melrose Park, PA
***
Speaker: Dr. Robert J. Plowman
Topic: Genealogical Resources at the Mid-Atlantic branch of
the National Archives (National Archives and Records Admin.)
***

Dr. Plowman will discuss information available to the genealogical
researcher at the NARA facility in Philadelphia including: the census,
passenger lists and naturalizations at the Circuit and District courts
in Philadelphia. He will also describe other information housed at the
regional office in Philadelphia.

Dr. Plowman is the Assistant Regional Administrator of the
Mid-Atlantic Regional Office of NARA located at 9th and Chestnut
Streets in Philadelphia. He received his BA and MA degrees in
History >from Villanova University and a Ph.D. at Catholic University of
America. He currently teaches courses in American History at
Villanova University.
***
For New Members
Come to the meeting 30 minutes early and hear more
experienced member of our group give advice and
counsel on issues that perplex you.
***
Russian Special Interest Group (RIG): The first two meeting dates
tentatively scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 20th and Sunday, Dec.1st at
1:30 p.m. at the Klein Branch JCC, Red Lion Rd. & Jamison Ave.
First speaker: Fred Blum will discuss his recent trip to Ukraine.
***
German Special Interest Group: First meeting of the fall will take
place Sept. 29th at 3 p.m. For address, please check the JGSGP
website: http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsp
***
For all who are researching Philadelphia roots and need information on
local resources; cemeteries, funeral directors, repositories (and much
more) please visit the JGSGP website: http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsp
***
Interested friends are always welcome!
Refreshments will be served following the meeting
***

Lois Sernoff [JGS GreaterPhiladelphia]
<JGLois@...>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen September Meeting of Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Philadelphia #general

JGLois@...
 

September Meeting of Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Philadelphia

Date: Monday, Sept. 9, 2002
Time: 7:45 PM
Place: The Newman Building at Gratz College
Old York Road (Route 611) and Melrose Avenue
Melrose Park, PA
***
Speaker: Dr. Robert J. Plowman
Topic: Genealogical Resources at the Mid-Atlantic branch of
the National Archives (National Archives and Records Admin.)
***

Dr. Plowman will discuss information available to the genealogical
researcher at the NARA facility in Philadelphia including: the census,
passenger lists and naturalizations at the Circuit and District courts
in Philadelphia. He will also describe other information housed at the
regional office in Philadelphia.

Dr. Plowman is the Assistant Regional Administrator of the
Mid-Atlantic Regional Office of NARA located at 9th and Chestnut
Streets in Philadelphia. He received his BA and MA degrees in
History >from Villanova University and a Ph.D. at Catholic University of
America. He currently teaches courses in American History at
Villanova University.
***
For New Members
Come to the meeting 30 minutes early and hear more
experienced member of our group give advice and
counsel on issues that perplex you.
***
Russian Special Interest Group (RIG): The first two meeting dates
tentatively scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 20th and Sunday, Dec.1st at
1:30 p.m. at the Klein Branch JCC, Red Lion Rd. & Jamison Ave.
First speaker: Fred Blum will discuss his recent trip to Ukraine.
***
German Special Interest Group: First meeting of the fall will take
place Sept. 29th at 3 p.m. For address, please check the JGSGP
website: http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsp
***
For all who are researching Philadelphia roots and need information on
local resources; cemeteries, funeral directors, repositories (and much
more) please visit the JGSGP website: http://www.jewishgen.org/jgsp
***
Interested friends are always welcome!
Refreshments will be served following the meeting
***

Lois Sernoff [JGS GreaterPhiladelphia]
<JGLois@...>


Re: SAMA, MANO #hungary

MGS18@...
 

I have also found occurrences of Soma, Samu, and Sama on documents of an
ancestor who was also known as Samuel.

I have also seen Mano used for Emanuel.

Perhaps carrier refers to a porter.

Mindy

From: pj.posthumus@... (Posthumus, Paul)
Reply-to: pj.posthumus@... (Posthumus, Paul)
To: h-sig@... (Hungarian SIG)
Dear fellow-H-siggers,

I found two children by the names of SAMA and MANO. Would that be girls or
boys?

I found the word "carrier" in some documents, what does it mean?

Paul, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
pj.posthumus@...

Moderator VK: "Sama" is probably Soma, which is a Hungarian version of
Cornelius. Could also be Samu, short for Samuel.Mano is also a masculine name. Might be a nickname for
Emanuel. Does anyone know? Did you find the word "carrier" in English
language documents? What type of documents?


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: SAMA, MANO #hungary

MGS18@...
 

I have also found occurrences of Soma, Samu, and Sama on documents of an
ancestor who was also known as Samuel.

I have also seen Mano used for Emanuel.

Perhaps carrier refers to a porter.

Mindy

From: pj.posthumus@... (Posthumus, Paul)
Reply-to: pj.posthumus@... (Posthumus, Paul)
To: h-sig@... (Hungarian SIG)
Dear fellow-H-siggers,

I found two children by the names of SAMA and MANO. Would that be girls or
boys?

I found the word "carrier" in some documents, what does it mean?

Paul, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
pj.posthumus@...

Moderator VK: "Sama" is probably Soma, which is a Hungarian version of
Cornelius. Could also be Samu, short for Samuel.Mano is also a masculine name. Might be a nickname for
Emanuel. Does anyone know? Did you find the word "carrier" in English
language documents? What type of documents?


Re: identifying town name #hungary

Moshe & Esther Davis <davis@...>
 

Vivian is probably right. Szeklencza (aka Sekernice) had a Jewish
population of 685 out of 3677 total residents in 1941. Sefer
Marmaros has a two-page article about the town.

Another possibility might be Szeleslonka, which is located slightly
further to the northeast. Both are in the general area of Chust in the
Transcarpathian area.

Moshe Davis
Jerusalem

I need some help in interpretting a town name found on the Ellis
Island Arrival Record.

The town looks like "Szeklenza" or "Szekleuze". The records listing
that town are for a Mozes Tambor who arrived in 1908 and a Sapsze
Schapsovics who arrived in 1909. I suspect this town is in the
Transcarpathian area. Thanks for your help.

Adam Smith
New York, NY

Searching: TAMBOR, SAPSOWITZ, GOLDENBERG, WEIZTNER: Khust area

Moderator VK: You're probably looking for Szeklencze, also known
as Szokirna and Szokirnicza. It was in Huszt jaras (district) of
Maramaros megye. The 1877 Gazetteer reports that there were 378
Jewish residents who worshipped in Munkacs.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: identifying town name #hungary

Moshe & Esther Davis <davis@...>
 

Vivian is probably right. Szeklencza (aka Sekernice) had a Jewish
population of 685 out of 3677 total residents in 1941. Sefer
Marmaros has a two-page article about the town.

Another possibility might be Szeleslonka, which is located slightly
further to the northeast. Both are in the general area of Chust in the
Transcarpathian area.

Moshe Davis
Jerusalem

I need some help in interpretting a town name found on the Ellis
Island Arrival Record.

The town looks like "Szeklenza" or "Szekleuze". The records listing
that town are for a Mozes Tambor who arrived in 1908 and a Sapsze
Schapsovics who arrived in 1909. I suspect this town is in the
Transcarpathian area. Thanks for your help.

Adam Smith
New York, NY

Searching: TAMBOR, SAPSOWITZ, GOLDENBERG, WEIZTNER: Khust area

Moderator VK: You're probably looking for Szeklencze, also known
as Szokirna and Szokirnicza. It was in Huszt jaras (district) of
Maramaros megye. The 1877 Gazetteer reports that there were 378
Jewish residents who worshipped in Munkacs.


Re: Csolomai, Slovakia #hungary

Gabriela Svatos
 

I have never heard of Hunt County in Slovakia. This is probably Hontianska
(hont.)? Could not find any Csolomai either, but here is a long shot...there
is a small place called Michalkova near Zvolen. Previously it was known as
Zolyomihalyi. Unfortunately I do not speak any Hungarian, but maybe someone
else could advise if the pronounciation is close to Csolomai.

Regards,
Gabi

Gabriela Svatos
Richmond Hill, Ontario
E-mail: gsvatos@...
Business E-mail: bookstore@...
Business URL: www.abe.com/home/GSVATOS

From: "David Rozendorn" <globewest@...>
Reply-To: "David Rozendorn" <globewest@...>
To: "Hungarian SIG" <h-sig@...>
Subject: [h-sig] Csolomai, Slovakia
Date: Sun, 01 Sep 2002 20:21:12 +1000

Dear List,

Could someone please help me find Csolomai in the Hunt County of Slovakia?
Are there Jewish records for this town? My great grandmother Maria Kohn
was
born there probably around 1890 - 1895.

Researching family names: Gyemant and Kohn.

Thank you.

Kathy Gyemant


Moderator VK: Check the list of places in Hont megye at
http://www.bogardi.com/gen/g129.shtml I didn't see any place name that
looks like Csolomai. Also, check the 1877 Gazetteer at the Family History
Library to see if there was a shul in this place. If not, records prior to
1895 would be maintained in a larger community nearby where the residents
went. Also check FHL catalog under Hont megye, KisHont, and Gmor es
KisHont to see if you can find this place.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Csolomai, Slovakia #hungary

Gabriela Svatos
 

I have never heard of Hunt County in Slovakia. This is probably Hontianska
(hont.)? Could not find any Csolomai either, but here is a long shot...there
is a small place called Michalkova near Zvolen. Previously it was known as
Zolyomihalyi. Unfortunately I do not speak any Hungarian, but maybe someone
else could advise if the pronounciation is close to Csolomai.

Regards,
Gabi

Gabriela Svatos
Richmond Hill, Ontario
E-mail: gsvatos@...
Business E-mail: bookstore@...
Business URL: www.abe.com/home/GSVATOS

From: "David Rozendorn" <globewest@...>
Reply-To: "David Rozendorn" <globewest@...>
To: "Hungarian SIG" <h-sig@...>
Subject: [h-sig] Csolomai, Slovakia
Date: Sun, 01 Sep 2002 20:21:12 +1000

Dear List,

Could someone please help me find Csolomai in the Hunt County of Slovakia?
Are there Jewish records for this town? My great grandmother Maria Kohn
was
born there probably around 1890 - 1895.

Researching family names: Gyemant and Kohn.

Thank you.

Kathy Gyemant


Moderator VK: Check the list of places in Hont megye at
http://www.bogardi.com/gen/g129.shtml I didn't see any place name that
looks like Csolomai. Also, check the 1877 Gazetteer at the Family History
Library to see if there was a shul in this place. If not, records prior to
1895 would be maintained in a larger community nearby where the residents
went. Also check FHL catalog under Hont megye, KisHont, and Gmor es
KisHont to see if you can find this place.


can't access ellisisland site #hungary

Judy Petersen
 

Hi,
I've been trying to access the Ellis Island site, and for the past two
weeks all I get is a Network Error--unable to request URL >from host
www.ellisisland.org:80: Operation timed out messge. The same thing happens
when I try to get to the Stephen Morse site. Otherwise I can go anywhere on
the net I want to. I can understand the sites being busy, but for two weeks?
I've tried at various times of the day/night, too. Is this happening to
anyone else, or is my computer being weird?

Thanks for any suggestions!

Judy Petersen
Fort Collins, CO

researching: WEISS--Zemplen county, Cemerne, Michalovce, Szuerthe
(Strumkovka, UKR)
STACEL/STOSSEL/STOESEL: Budapest, Uzhgorod, San Marghita
(Romania), anywhere in "Hungary"
WEISBERG--"Hungary"
LICHT--Gyor


Moderator VK: Stephen Morse has shut down all of his Ellis Island websites because of a problem with the Ellis Island Foundation. We hope to be able to make additional information available to JewishGen and SIG subscribers about this issue in the near future.


Hungary SIG #Hungary can't access ellisisland site #hungary

Judy Petersen
 

Hi,
I've been trying to access the Ellis Island site, and for the past two
weeks all I get is a Network Error--unable to request URL >from host
www.ellisisland.org:80: Operation timed out messge. The same thing happens
when I try to get to the Stephen Morse site. Otherwise I can go anywhere on
the net I want to. I can understand the sites being busy, but for two weeks?
I've tried at various times of the day/night, too. Is this happening to
anyone else, or is my computer being weird?

Thanks for any suggestions!

Judy Petersen
Fort Collins, CO

researching: WEISS--Zemplen county, Cemerne, Michalovce, Szuerthe
(Strumkovka, UKR)
STACEL/STOSSEL/STOESEL: Budapest, Uzhgorod, San Marghita
(Romania), anywhere in "Hungary"
WEISBERG--"Hungary"
LICHT--Gyor


Moderator VK: Stephen Morse has shut down all of his Ellis Island websites because of a problem with the Ellis Island Foundation. We hope to be able to make additional information available to JewishGen and SIG subscribers about this issue in the near future.


Re: Csolomai, Slovakia #hungary

Ing. Lang Tomáš <tlang@...>
 

The vilage you are researching is propbably the NAGYCSALOMJA - Hungarian, now VELKA CALOMIIJA, District of Velky Krtis, Slovakia. The name of former county should be HONT instead HUNT.

he village belonged to the SAHY - former IPOLYSAG Rabbinate. The Jewish records of SAHY incl. VELKA CALOMIJA are kept in Banska Bystrica and Nitra County Archives >from the period as follow :

births 1850 - 1949
marriages 1850 - 1947
deaths 1850 - 1947

| Dear List,
|
| Could someone please help me find Csolomai in the Hunt
County of Slovakia?
| Are there Jewish records for this town? My great
grandmother Maria Kohn was
| born there probably around 1890 - 1895.
|
| Researching family names: Gyemant and Kohn.
|
| Thank you.
|
| Kathy Gyemant
|
|
| Moderator VK: Check the list of places in Hont megye at
http://www.bogardi.com/gen/g129.shtml I didn't see any
place name that looks like Csolomai. Also, check the 1877
Gazetteer at the Family History Library to see if there was
a shul in this place. If not, records prior to 1895 would
be maintained in a larger community nearby where the
residents went. Also check FHL catalog under Hont megye,
KisHont, and Gmor es KisHont to see if you can find this
place.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Csolomai, Slovakia #hungary

Ing. Lang Tomáš <tlang@...>
 

The vilage you are researching is propbably the NAGYCSALOMJA - Hungarian, now VELKA CALOMIIJA, District of Velky Krtis, Slovakia. The name of former county should be HONT instead HUNT.

he village belonged to the SAHY - former IPOLYSAG Rabbinate. The Jewish records of SAHY incl. VELKA CALOMIJA are kept in Banska Bystrica and Nitra County Archives >from the period as follow :

births 1850 - 1949
marriages 1850 - 1947
deaths 1850 - 1947

| Dear List,
|
| Could someone please help me find Csolomai in the Hunt
County of Slovakia?
| Are there Jewish records for this town? My great
grandmother Maria Kohn was
| born there probably around 1890 - 1895.
|
| Researching family names: Gyemant and Kohn.
|
| Thank you.
|
| Kathy Gyemant
|
|
| Moderator VK: Check the list of places in Hont megye at
http://www.bogardi.com/gen/g129.shtml I didn't see any
place name that looks like Csolomai. Also, check the 1877
Gazetteer at the Family History Library to see if there was
a shul in this place. If not, records prior to 1895 would
be maintained in a larger community nearby where the
residents went. Also check FHL catalog under Hont megye,
KisHont, and Gmor es KisHont to see if you can find this
place.


Fw: Udvard, North Hungary #hungary

Ing. Lang Tomás <tlang@...>
 

Having no response to my above mentioned mail I would like
to know if my information were usefull for your research.
WBR
Tomas Lang, PhD
Jewish Community President
Ceska basta 5
SK-940 60 NOVÉ ZÁMKY
Slovak Republic
Phone +421 (0) 35 / 64 01 759
Fax : +421 (0) 35 / 64 44 640
www : http://www.kehilanz.sk
E-mail: kehilanz@...

------------------------THE END-------------------------

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ing. Lang Tomás" <tlang@...>
To: "Michael Miller" <mmillermrpjd@...>
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2002 10:10 AM
Subject: Re: [h-sig] Udvard, North Hungary


| Dear Michael :
| the name of "UDVARD" is a very old and original hungarian
| sounding name of the village you are researching. Never
had
| other hungarian name.
|
| The descendats of the WILHEIM family are living now in
| Israel :
|
| Mr. & Mrs. Juraj & Eva GROSS
| 16, Rch. Shoshanim - Zur Shalom
| IL-27000 KYRIAT BIALIK, ISRAEL
| //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
|
| WBR
| Tomas Lang, PhD
| Jewish Community President
| Ceska basta 5
| SK-940 60 NOVÉ ZÁMKY
| Slovak Republic
| Phone +421 (0) 35 / 64 01 759
| Fax : +421 (0) 35 / 64 44 640
| www : http://www.kehilanz.sk
| E-mail: kehilanz@...
|
| PLEASE NOTE the new phone- and fax numbers
| and E-mail address of the Community and use
| them even you have got our message >from an
| other one. THANKS.
| ------------------------THE END-------------------------
|
| ----- Original Message -----
| From: "Michael Miller" <mmillermrpjd@...>
| To: "Hungarian SIG" <h-sig@...>
| Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 10:00 PM
| Subject: [h-sig] Udvard, North Hungary
|
|
| | A maternal GGGF (born 1839) and his family were from
| Udvard (now Dvory nad Zivatou, Slovakia, about 5 miles
east
| of Nove Zamky). They were there in 1861 (GGGF's marriage
| record), but there is no "Udvard" in the 1848 census
records
| I have seen, either for Komarom megye (in which I
understand
| it was) or elsewhere. Did Udvard have a different
Hungarian
| name? Might it have been in a County not included in the
| 1848 Jewish Census?
| |
| | Michael Miller
| |
| | seeking WILHEIM (Udvard, Gyongyos, Nyitra,
Marosvasarhely,
| Budapest, New York City, New Jersey)
| |
| | Moderator: Bear in mind that the FHL has filmed only a
| small portion of the 1848 Conscriptio Judaeorum. The fact
| that you can't find Udvard in the FHL films doesn't mean
| that your info is wrong. The 1913 Gazetteer lists Udvard
in
| the Udvari district (jaras) of Komarom county (megye). As
| you note, this area is now in Slovakia.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Fw: Udvard, North Hungary #hungary

Ing. Lang Tomás <tlang@...>
 

Having no response to my above mentioned mail I would like
to know if my information were usefull for your research.
WBR
Tomas Lang, PhD
Jewish Community President
Ceska basta 5
SK-940 60 NOVÉ ZÁMKY
Slovak Republic
Phone +421 (0) 35 / 64 01 759
Fax : +421 (0) 35 / 64 44 640
www : http://www.kehilanz.sk
E-mail: kehilanz@...

------------------------THE END-------------------------

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ing. Lang Tomás" <tlang@...>
To: "Michael Miller" <mmillermrpjd@...>
Sent: Friday, July 19, 2002 10:10 AM
Subject: Re: [h-sig] Udvard, North Hungary


| Dear Michael :
| the name of "UDVARD" is a very old and original hungarian
| sounding name of the village you are researching. Never
had
| other hungarian name.
|
| The descendats of the WILHEIM family are living now in
| Israel :
|
| Mr. & Mrs. Juraj & Eva GROSS
| 16, Rch. Shoshanim - Zur Shalom
| IL-27000 KYRIAT BIALIK, ISRAEL
| //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
|
| WBR
| Tomas Lang, PhD
| Jewish Community President
| Ceska basta 5
| SK-940 60 NOVÉ ZÁMKY
| Slovak Republic
| Phone +421 (0) 35 / 64 01 759
| Fax : +421 (0) 35 / 64 44 640
| www : http://www.kehilanz.sk
| E-mail: kehilanz@...
|
| PLEASE NOTE the new phone- and fax numbers
| and E-mail address of the Community and use
| them even you have got our message >from an
| other one. THANKS.
| ------------------------THE END-------------------------
|
| ----- Original Message -----
| From: "Michael Miller" <mmillermrpjd@...>
| To: "Hungarian SIG" <h-sig@...>
| Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 10:00 PM
| Subject: [h-sig] Udvard, North Hungary
|
|
| | A maternal GGGF (born 1839) and his family were from
| Udvard (now Dvory nad Zivatou, Slovakia, about 5 miles
east
| of Nove Zamky). They were there in 1861 (GGGF's marriage
| record), but there is no "Udvard" in the 1848 census
records
| I have seen, either for Komarom megye (in which I
understand
| it was) or elsewhere. Did Udvard have a different
Hungarian
| name? Might it have been in a County not included in the
| 1848 Jewish Census?
| |
| | Michael Miller
| |
| | seeking WILHEIM (Udvard, Gyongyos, Nyitra,
Marosvasarhely,
| Budapest, New York City, New Jersey)
| |
| | Moderator: Bear in mind that the FHL has filmed only a
| small portion of the 1848 Conscriptio Judaeorum. The fact
| that you can't find Udvard in the FHL films doesn't mean
| that your info is wrong. The 1913 Gazetteer lists Udvard
in
| the Udvari district (jaras) of Komarom county (megye). As
| you note, this area is now in Slovakia.