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Re: Zfat's Ancient Cemetery #rabbinic

Samuel Shoshan <sshoshan@...>
 

Zfat, Sunday night

Friday morning I went to the ancient Zfat cemetery. Mordechai
Shababo, who tends the cemetery voluntarily, had taken a bucket of
water to douse a headstone in the cave and voila: My ggggrandfather,
Rav Eliyahu FRUCHTER's Matseva. In 1972, Mordechai, [who I am told
was once a boxer] was a champion fencer and a member of the Israeli
Olympic team destined for Munich. Shortly before flying there he
had a dream where God told him to do Teshuva, leave the team, move
to Zfat and take care of this ancient cemetery, which he did. It
probably saved his life when 11 of his Israeli teammates were
murdered by Palestinian terrorists.

I commissioned Matisyahu Kedar, who repairs Matzevot at the cemetery
to fill in ink into the 1864 letter carvings to make it more
legible.

Right next to the grave of Rav Eliyahu is the grave of the Ba’al
Levushe Srad. I investigated: he is Rav Dovid Shlomo Ivshitz,
considered a giant in Tora and Kabala, who came to Israel in 1809.
In Zfat he completed his masterpiece “Halacha, Levushe Srad” on
“Yore Dea” and “Arvei Nachal” a chasidic work on the Tora. He was
buried in this cave in 1814.

Right outside the cave is the headstone of Avrohom Dov of Avritch,
called the “Bas Ayin”. He was the head of the Chasidic community in
Zfat during the 1834 massacre by the Druze and the earthquake of
1837. The quake killed 90% of the people of Zfat and about two
thousand Jews. Many others were injured. Zfat had become a pile of
Stones. Almost all the synagogues had collapsed. During the quake,
at afternoon prayer, Rav Avrohom Dov yelled out “come to me” they
did and the domed ceiling under which they huddled did not fall,
while the rest of the Shul did. When he was 20 years old, in 1785,
he became the Rebbe of Avritch and stayed there for 40 years. In
1830 he left Russia and settled in Zfat. In 1839 Sir Moses
Montefiore visited Zfat and before leaving prayed the morning
service in the Avritch Shul. Zfat benefited >from Sir Moses’
philanthropy. In 1840 The Rebbe of Avritch died of the plague. The
records say he is buried in the cave.

Dr. Neil Rosenstein asked me if I knew of a web list for this
cemetery’s burials. I asked Mordechai Shababo If he knew of a
computerized list: He said that Shlomo Khadad, head of Zfat’s
“Moatza Datit’ had computerized a list. But then he said with a
smile that his brain is a good computer and they often come to him
when they can’t find a kever.

The Safed Foundation, as I was reminded by Mr. Simcha Goldstein [via
Ravsig], has on its web [ www.safedfound.org.il ] the listings of
burials. It is obviously incomplete and is mostly for the 20th
century graves. Even though Rav FRUCHTER’s headstone clearly states
the name Eliyahu and as >from Overvisheve [Marmorosh] and his
father’s name Shlomo, it is not listed.

On the climb upward I stopped to pay my respects at the Kever of the
ARI [Yitskhak Luria: died at the early age of thirty-eight, in an
epidemic which raged in Zfat in 1572] and right alongside, the kever
of Shlomo Halevi Alkabetz [d: 1580/1583]. Rav Alkabets was born in
Salonica around 1500 and arrived in Zfat about 1535. He was a
teacher to his Cabbalist brother-in-law Rav Moshe Cordovero
[1522-1570] and Rav Yosef Karo [author of the Beis Yosef and the
Shulkhan Arukh: born in Spain in 1488; arrived in Zfat in 1536.
Lived to the age of 87.]

Few poems gained popularity as quickly as Alkabetz’s "Lecha Dodi,
which is sung on Friday nights. The letters of his name appear in
the first eight stanzas. Friday evening at the Breslev Shul, I
looked at the sunset and thought of him when we sang it. I have
heard that Rav Alkabetz and his circle of mystics would stand on a
promontory of Zfat, facing the sunset, and sing it [to hear the
popular American tune, click on:
http://www.jrf.org/amhaskpa/Jewish_music.htm ].

Rav Yitskhak Luria, Known as the ARIZAL, was the son of Shlomo
Luria. The first Luria apparently was Rav Shimshon Luria, who
served as Royal Physician to the king of France. The king awarded
him a house on the River Loire, hence the surname. Rav Shlomo was
probably a descendant. He came to Israel >from Lithuania, following
his teacher Rav Kolonymus >from Brisk. Life under Suleiman, the
Turkish Sultan, was also safer. On arriving in Yerushalayim they
found an impoverished Jewish community of about 600 people. There
were so few Ashkenazim there that the newcomers had it added to
their name. Yitskhak’s father became known as Shlomo Luria
Ashkenazi.

Come and visit Zfat; you will love it.

Shana tova,

Shmuel Shoshan
Zfat - Miami
mailto:Sam@...


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: Zfat's Ancient Cemetery #rabbinic

Samuel Shoshan <sshoshan@...>
 

Zfat, Sunday night

Friday morning I went to the ancient Zfat cemetery. Mordechai
Shababo, who tends the cemetery voluntarily, had taken a bucket of
water to douse a headstone in the cave and voila: My ggggrandfather,
Rav Eliyahu FRUCHTER's Matseva. In 1972, Mordechai, [who I am told
was once a boxer] was a champion fencer and a member of the Israeli
Olympic team destined for Munich. Shortly before flying there he
had a dream where God told him to do Teshuva, leave the team, move
to Zfat and take care of this ancient cemetery, which he did. It
probably saved his life when 11 of his Israeli teammates were
murdered by Palestinian terrorists.

I commissioned Matisyahu Kedar, who repairs Matzevot at the cemetery
to fill in ink into the 1864 letter carvings to make it more
legible.

Right next to the grave of Rav Eliyahu is the grave of the Ba’al
Levushe Srad. I investigated: he is Rav Dovid Shlomo Ivshitz,
considered a giant in Tora and Kabala, who came to Israel in 1809.
In Zfat he completed his masterpiece “Halacha, Levushe Srad” on
“Yore Dea” and “Arvei Nachal” a chasidic work on the Tora. He was
buried in this cave in 1814.

Right outside the cave is the headstone of Avrohom Dov of Avritch,
called the “Bas Ayin”. He was the head of the Chasidic community in
Zfat during the 1834 massacre by the Druze and the earthquake of
1837. The quake killed 90% of the people of Zfat and about two
thousand Jews. Many others were injured. Zfat had become a pile of
Stones. Almost all the synagogues had collapsed. During the quake,
at afternoon prayer, Rav Avrohom Dov yelled out “come to me” they
did and the domed ceiling under which they huddled did not fall,
while the rest of the Shul did. When he was 20 years old, in 1785,
he became the Rebbe of Avritch and stayed there for 40 years. In
1830 he left Russia and settled in Zfat. In 1839 Sir Moses
Montefiore visited Zfat and before leaving prayed the morning
service in the Avritch Shul. Zfat benefited >from Sir Moses’
philanthropy. In 1840 The Rebbe of Avritch died of the plague. The
records say he is buried in the cave.

Dr. Neil Rosenstein asked me if I knew of a web list for this
cemetery’s burials. I asked Mordechai Shababo If he knew of a
computerized list: He said that Shlomo Khadad, head of Zfat’s
“Moatza Datit’ had computerized a list. But then he said with a
smile that his brain is a good computer and they often come to him
when they can’t find a kever.

The Safed Foundation, as I was reminded by Mr. Simcha Goldstein [via
Ravsig], has on its web [ www.safedfound.org.il ] the listings of
burials. It is obviously incomplete and is mostly for the 20th
century graves. Even though Rav FRUCHTER’s headstone clearly states
the name Eliyahu and as >from Overvisheve [Marmorosh] and his
father’s name Shlomo, it is not listed.

On the climb upward I stopped to pay my respects at the Kever of the
ARI [Yitskhak Luria: died at the early age of thirty-eight, in an
epidemic which raged in Zfat in 1572] and right alongside, the kever
of Shlomo Halevi Alkabetz [d: 1580/1583]. Rav Alkabets was born in
Salonica around 1500 and arrived in Zfat about 1535. He was a
teacher to his Cabbalist brother-in-law Rav Moshe Cordovero
[1522-1570] and Rav Yosef Karo [author of the Beis Yosef and the
Shulkhan Arukh: born in Spain in 1488; arrived in Zfat in 1536.
Lived to the age of 87.]

Few poems gained popularity as quickly as Alkabetz’s "Lecha Dodi,
which is sung on Friday nights. The letters of his name appear in
the first eight stanzas. Friday evening at the Breslev Shul, I
looked at the sunset and thought of him when we sang it. I have
heard that Rav Alkabetz and his circle of mystics would stand on a
promontory of Zfat, facing the sunset, and sing it [to hear the
popular American tune, click on:
http://www.jrf.org/amhaskpa/Jewish_music.htm ].

Rav Yitskhak Luria, Known as the ARIZAL, was the son of Shlomo
Luria. The first Luria apparently was Rav Shimshon Luria, who
served as Royal Physician to the king of France. The king awarded
him a house on the River Loire, hence the surname. Rav Shlomo was
probably a descendant. He came to Israel >from Lithuania, following
his teacher Rav Kolonymus >from Brisk. Life under Suleiman, the
Turkish Sultan, was also safer. On arriving in Yerushalayim they
found an impoverished Jewish community of about 600 people. There
were so few Ashkenazim there that the newcomers had it added to
their name. Yitskhak’s father became known as Shlomo Luria
Ashkenazi.

Come and visit Zfat; you will love it.

Shana tova,

Shmuel Shoshan
Zfat - Miami
mailto:Sam@...


help needed w/ Russian/Polish names #general

Barbara S Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

Can anyone help supply the most probable religious AND secular names for the
following:

A. born in Bialystock region:
female: called Ina in the US
female: called Asa in the US
female: called Fania in the US,

male: called "Femushe"

B. born and died in Poland
female: called "Balbina" born and died in Poland
male: called Miroslav
male: called Seweryn, nicknamed Sevik.

Also, what might be the contemporary English spelling and pronunciation of
the surname "Cainingold" from
"Poland" --- . Is Steingold too far a stretch?

Barbara S Mannlein
Tucson, AZ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen help needed w/ Russian/Polish names #general

Barbara S Mannlein <bsmannlein@...>
 

Can anyone help supply the most probable religious AND secular names for the
following:

A. born in Bialystock region:
female: called Ina in the US
female: called Asa in the US
female: called Fania in the US,

male: called "Femushe"

B. born and died in Poland
female: called "Balbina" born and died in Poland
male: called Miroslav
male: called Seweryn, nicknamed Sevik.

Also, what might be the contemporary English spelling and pronunciation of
the surname "Cainingold" from
"Poland" --- . Is Steingold too far a stretch?

Barbara S Mannlein
Tucson, AZ


Re: Sages of Galacia #general

David Rothman <drothman1@...>
 

There is the Encyclopedia of Galician Sages
by Rabbi Wunder. I don't know if the author's
still alive, but he was living in Israel about 10
years ago.

On Mon, 02 Sep 2002 09:26:53 -0400 Miriam Mason <ashrink@...>
writes:

I found a list of the "Sages of Galacia" and the names Hartman and
Yugend both appear on the list.

These are the surnames of both my paternal and maternal
grandfathers.
David Rothman
Hawthorne, CA


JUDELOWITZ et al YUDELOWITZ et al #general

Stanley Judd <stanleyjudd@...>
 

I have extracted all Judelowitz and related spellings >from the EIDB. My
list now includes spellings with an 'e' in place of the 'o', 'v' in place of
the 'w' and 'wicz' and other forms of the suffix. I have three groups of
data:
Judelowitz, Judelovitz, Judelowicz and other Judelo...
Judelewitz, Judelevitz, Judelewicz and other Judele...
Judela..., Judelw... and miscellaneous spellings
The third group includes many probable names which were spelled wrong on the
manifest or misread >from the manifest. I have not included the surnames
Judel or Judelsohn etc. My files do not include copies of any manifest or
of ship passenger records.

I have processed Yudelowitz in similar fashion.

I have organized the results in date-of-arrival order and grouped probable
families together. I have also noted if there were no other possibly
related names starting with the same letters on the same ship. I am posting
this list with the following objectives:
To make the data available to other Jud... researchers
To obtain any Jud... data you may have >from any other source
if you have not previously shared it with me. I will search
my general files and send you any related data I find.

If you are interested in this information, please contact me privately.
Stanley H. Judd Los Altos Hills, CA
Searching JUDELOWITZ/YUDELOWITZ, BRILLIANT, JANKOWSKY, ROTCHILD, BAER
Locations northern Lithuania and Latvia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Sages of Galacia #general

David Rothman <drothman1@...>
 

There is the Encyclopedia of Galician Sages
by Rabbi Wunder. I don't know if the author's
still alive, but he was living in Israel about 10
years ago.

On Mon, 02 Sep 2002 09:26:53 -0400 Miriam Mason <ashrink@...>
writes:

I found a list of the "Sages of Galacia" and the names Hartman and
Yugend both appear on the list.

These are the surnames of both my paternal and maternal
grandfathers.
David Rothman
Hawthorne, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JUDELOWITZ et al YUDELOWITZ et al #general

Stanley Judd <stanleyjudd@...>
 

I have extracted all Judelowitz and related spellings >from the EIDB. My
list now includes spellings with an 'e' in place of the 'o', 'v' in place of
the 'w' and 'wicz' and other forms of the suffix. I have three groups of
data:
Judelowitz, Judelovitz, Judelowicz and other Judelo...
Judelewitz, Judelevitz, Judelewicz and other Judele...
Judela..., Judelw... and miscellaneous spellings
The third group includes many probable names which were spelled wrong on the
manifest or misread >from the manifest. I have not included the surnames
Judel or Judelsohn etc. My files do not include copies of any manifest or
of ship passenger records.

I have processed Yudelowitz in similar fashion.

I have organized the results in date-of-arrival order and grouped probable
families together. I have also noted if there were no other possibly
related names starting with the same letters on the same ship. I am posting
this list with the following objectives:
To make the data available to other Jud... researchers
To obtain any Jud... data you may have >from any other source
if you have not previously shared it with me. I will search
my general files and send you any related data I find.

If you are interested in this information, please contact me privately.
Stanley H. Judd Los Altos Hills, CA
Searching JUDELOWITZ/YUDELOWITZ, BRILLIANT, JANKOWSKY, ROTCHILD, BAER
Locations northern Lithuania and Latvia


Book Review: Meorei Galicia (Encyclopedia of Galician Sages) #general

Seflaum@...
 

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@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Book Review: Meorei Galicia (Encyclopedia of Galician Sages) #general

Seflaum@...
 

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@...


Deportation Of Polish Jews From Germany, 1938. #germany

Willie Glaser
 

This coming October 28, 2002 will be the 64th anniversary of the
deportation of Polish Jews residing in Germany to Poland.

On October 28, 1938 some 17,000 Jews with Polish citizenship were suddenly
expelled >from Germany to Poland.

On October 29, the Polish authorities closed the border, the German
authorities had to turn around two trains full with men, women and children
and returning them to their home cities.
Most people pushed over the border perished in the Holocaust.

I am establishing a web site to commemorate this historical event.
If you are or know of survivors of these transports please contact me
privately.

Willie Glaser, St. Laurent Quebec, Canada.
Mailto: willie.glaser@...


German SIG #Germany Deportation Of Polish Jews From Germany, 1938. #germany

Willie Glaser
 

This coming October 28, 2002 will be the 64th anniversary of the
deportation of Polish Jews residing in Germany to Poland.

On October 28, 1938 some 17,000 Jews with Polish citizenship were suddenly
expelled >from Germany to Poland.

On October 29, the Polish authorities closed the border, the German
authorities had to turn around two trains full with men, women and children
and returning them to their home cities.
Most people pushed over the border perished in the Holocaust.

I am establishing a web site to commemorate this historical event.
If you are or know of survivors of these transports please contact me
privately.

Willie Glaser, St. Laurent Quebec, Canada.
Mailto: willie.glaser@...


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

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


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Steve Morse's one-step to EIDB form improved upon again #galicia

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


Re: Jewish Encyclopedia is On Line #galicia

DBelgray@...
 

Interesting comment on the original Jewish Encyclopedia of 1903, which we
own: The coverage in the articles is in great depth for the first half of
the series. As they ran out of money, they were forced to reduce the size
and number of the articles, with many more letters of the alphabetized series
included in each of the final volumes. In the beginning A through C covered
several volumes. T through Z is much more condensed.
David Belgray


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Jewish Encyclopedia is On Line #galicia

DBelgray@...
 

Interesting comment on the original Jewish Encyclopedia of 1903, which we
own: The coverage in the articles is in great depth for the first half of
the series. As they ran out of money, they were forced to reduce the size
and number of the articles, with many more letters of the alphabetized series
included in each of the final volumes. In the beginning A through C covered
several volumes. T through Z is much more condensed.
David Belgray


Re: A Mystery! #latvia

Eric and Paula Benjaminson <oregon81@...>
 

Shana tovah to everyone, and thank you for all the fine suggestions I
received in response to my question (below). May we all celebrate the
holiday in peace.

Eric Benjaminson
Brussels, Belgium
reply to: oregon81@...

Researching:
BENJAMINSOHN, Goldingen, Latvia
NURICK, Goldingen, Latvia
GALINSON, Slutsk, Belarus
OSTROWSKY, Slutsk, Belarus
MARDER, Slutsk, Belarus

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric and Paula Benjaminson" <oregon81@...>
I have a bit of a mystery and I wonder if anyone has any suggestions:
In the Hamburg emigration lists, there are two records for a Benjamin
and Sara BENJAMINSOHN >from Goldingen who emigrated to New York in June
1891. Given the names and the small size of Goldingen, I'm pretty sure
that these are relatives. I have searched through every possible name
variation in the online 1900 U.S. Federal census for all 50 states and
can find no record at all. ...snip...


Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: A Mystery! #latvia

Eric and Paula Benjaminson <oregon81@...>
 

Shana tovah to everyone, and thank you for all the fine suggestions I
received in response to my question (below). May we all celebrate the
holiday in peace.

Eric Benjaminson
Brussels, Belgium
reply to: oregon81@...

Researching:
BENJAMINSOHN, Goldingen, Latvia
NURICK, Goldingen, Latvia
GALINSON, Slutsk, Belarus
OSTROWSKY, Slutsk, Belarus
MARDER, Slutsk, Belarus

----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric and Paula Benjaminson" <oregon81@...>
I have a bit of a mystery and I wonder if anyone has any suggestions:
In the Hamburg emigration lists, there are two records for a Benjamin
and Sara BENJAMINSOHN >from Goldingen who emigrated to New York in June
1891. Given the names and the small size of Goldingen, I'm pretty sure
that these are relatives. I have searched through every possible name
variation in the online 1900 U.S. Federal census for all 50 states and
can find no record at all. ...snip...


New Year #belarus

hat1946@...
 

Wishing everyone a Shanah Tova when we listen to
Tekiah, Shevarin, and Teruah may it be in peace.
Israel Lives

Hattie Murphy


Belarus SIG #Belarus New Year #belarus

hat1946@...
 

Wishing everyone a Shanah Tova when we listen to
Tekiah, Shevarin, and Teruah may it be in peace.
Israel Lives

Hattie Murphy