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JAFFE #rabbinic

Association GenAmi <asso.genami@...>
 

To the specialists on the JAFFE family:

Jehuda Leib VILNER (1764-1816), son of the Vilna Gaon married a
daughter of Abraham of Serhei and Esther JAFFE. (>from Chaim
FREEDMAN's book).
Who are Esther's ancestors?
I have this list. Is it correct? Is it possible to complete it?

JAFFE Meir N : ../../1420
1 JAFFE Eliezer Ben Meir N : ../../1450
1.1 JAFFE Joseph Ben Eliezer N : ../../1475
1.1.1 JAFFE Abraham N : ../../1500 D : ../../1564 Prague?
1.1.1.1 JAFFE Mordechai N : ../../1530 Prague (TCH)
D : ../../1612 Posen
1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Jehuda Loeb N : ../../1565 Berlin
1.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Abraham N : ../../1595
1.1.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Jacob Israel N : ../../1625
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Nehemias Ben Jacob Israel N : ../../1655
D :../../1732
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Lazarus Nehemias N : ../../1704 Breslau
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1A x Machla Jacob N : ../../1705
M : ../11/1730
D : 02/05/1773 Berlin
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Marcus Lazarus Mordecai
N : 04/08/1740 Berlin
D : 07/11/1813 Schwerin
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1A xSEGAL Golda Bat Eisick N : ../../1740 Lissa
D : 15/10/1801 Schwerin
etc....
1.1.1.1.1.2 JAFFE Aron N : ../../1605 D : ../../1651 Uman ?
1.1.1.1.1.2.1 JAFFE Israel Saba N : ../../1642 Uman
D : ../../1702 Francfort (Oder)
1.1.1.1.1.2.1A xTEOMIM N
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1 JAFFE N : ../../1670
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1 JAFFE N : ../../1700
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1 JAFFE N : ../../1730
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Esther
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1A x Avraham of Serhei
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1 N N N : Alinka (LIT)
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1A xVILNER Jehuda Leib
N : ../../1764 D : ../../1816 Serhei (LIT)

Thank you in advance.

L'shana tova!

Micheline Gutmann, GenAmi, Paris, France
mailto:asso.genami@free.fr
http://asso.genami.free.fr


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic JAFFE #rabbinic

Association GenAmi <asso.genami@...>
 

To the specialists on the JAFFE family:

Jehuda Leib VILNER (1764-1816), son of the Vilna Gaon married a
daughter of Abraham of Serhei and Esther JAFFE. (>from Chaim
FREEDMAN's book).
Who are Esther's ancestors?
I have this list. Is it correct? Is it possible to complete it?

JAFFE Meir N : ../../1420
1 JAFFE Eliezer Ben Meir N : ../../1450
1.1 JAFFE Joseph Ben Eliezer N : ../../1475
1.1.1 JAFFE Abraham N : ../../1500 D : ../../1564 Prague?
1.1.1.1 JAFFE Mordechai N : ../../1530 Prague (TCH)
D : ../../1612 Posen
1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Jehuda Loeb N : ../../1565 Berlin
1.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Abraham N : ../../1595
1.1.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Jacob Israel N : ../../1625
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Nehemias Ben Jacob Israel N : ../../1655
D :../../1732
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Lazarus Nehemias N : ../../1704 Breslau
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1A x Machla Jacob N : ../../1705
M : ../11/1730
D : 02/05/1773 Berlin
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Marcus Lazarus Mordecai
N : 04/08/1740 Berlin
D : 07/11/1813 Schwerin
1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.1A xSEGAL Golda Bat Eisick N : ../../1740 Lissa
D : 15/10/1801 Schwerin
etc....
1.1.1.1.1.2 JAFFE Aron N : ../../1605 D : ../../1651 Uman ?
1.1.1.1.1.2.1 JAFFE Israel Saba N : ../../1642 Uman
D : ../../1702 Francfort (Oder)
1.1.1.1.1.2.1A xTEOMIM N
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1 JAFFE N : ../../1670
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1 JAFFE N : ../../1700
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1 JAFFE N : ../../1730
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1 JAFFE Esther
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1A x Avraham of Serhei
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1 N N N : Alinka (LIT)
1.1.1.1.1.2.1.1.1.1.1.1A xVILNER Jehuda Leib
N : ../../1764 D : ../../1816 Serhei (LIT)

Thank you in advance.

L'shana tova!

Micheline Gutmann, GenAmi, Paris, France
mailto:asso.genami@free.fr
http://asso.genami.free.fr


Re: Ship arrivals in the 1880's... where #general

elena@...
 

...Did your elusive person create any records in England? Did
he marry there, have children there, work there, get enumerated on
a census there, a witness to a marriage, or have legal issues there?
How about any other family members? Maybe this can give you a clue
as well. Is his name in the Poor Jews Shelter? I too have a very
elusive person the came in >from England. I cannot find him because
I do not know what name he stayed there under. He did not live with
his parents.<<<

Similar problem on this end: Isidor and Mary probably would not
have left many, if any, records in England, but Mary's sister and
her husband traveled with Isidor and Mary to England, intending to
continue to the US. They were cheated out of their passage fare
and remained in England. Legend has it that the sister, Celia, was
expecting a child. Legend further has it that they set up an
apothecary shop in Petticoat Lane. Unfortunately, confirming any
of this is difficult because the only definite original surname I
have is the Pschedesky, the maiden names of Mary and Celia. I
don't even have the first name of Celia's husband. So, it's combing
through the passenger lists for me, though I'm also patiently waiting
for the 1901 London census to come online so that I can find out the
Enumeration district for Petticoat Lane and start combing through
to look for apothecaries (and hope for accuracy of the legend!).

He could have been Barnet(t) SHAPIRO. He could have been Benzion
SZABAS or something that sounds like SZABAS or SHABBAS. I know he
was there, I just have to find the records. He was there for about
12 years. Good luck in your search,
Linda Altman - Raleigh, NC<<<

Understood! I have a feeling that the surname Isidor used once in
the US, Phillips, has very little relation to his actual surname,
and I'm still clinging vaguely to "Dadacz" -- this was the name of
his father as given in Isidor's death certificate. The father's
first name was "Moses", according to this, and recent support of
this statement reached me in the translation of the Hebrew inscription
of Isidor's grave stone, thanks to the efforts of the members of this
list.

Frustratingly, Isidor was occasionally in the habit of using "Isidor"
as a surname and Philip as a given one. Even more occasionally, he
uses Israel for a first name, and the Hebrew inscription of the
tombstone calls him Ytzack. So I'm guessing that his first name
was, indeed, something beginning with "I", which still leaves the
surname a mystery.

It's actually rather funny: when I first started tracing, I was
sure that Isidor would be fairly easy to track while the Maltinskys
would be almost purposefully annoying. And it's just the opposite:
the Maltinskys are yielding living relatives and bits of information
all over the place, and I can't get to first base with Isidor.

Example: Just got the marriage certificate for PA-based Samuel
Maltinsky and discovered his wife's maiden name was Gulke Kunst,
from "Russia". Census reports say she and Samuel were married the
same year she came over (though they miscalculate and state 1890
instead of 1891), so tracing her arrival into (presumably)
Philadelphia port shouldn't be that hard. Also guessing >from
the documented timing that she came over expressly to marry Samuel
and am guessing this means she came >from Latvia, if not Rezhitsa,
though I haven't found too many "Kunst" families in the Latvia SIG.
We'll see what turns up.

That'll teach me to assume.

Wishing all Genners a good new year.

Maria Torres
elena@pipeline.com
MALTINSKY, RUBINSTEIN, ZELLAT (Latvia, PA, GA, NY); NOTIS (Kovno,
NY); KUNST (Russia: Latvia?, PA); PHILLIPS (DADACZ/DUDACZ/
ISIDOR/EISENDOR), PSCHEDESKY (Poland, UK, NY)


Re: worth looking for high school records? *Yes*.... #general

mhiller <marilynvh@...>
 

Marc Manson,

I liked you message,"worth looking for high school records? *Yes*"
I just recently came across my mothers, Haddon Heights, New Jersey
H. S. yearbook the year that she graduated. Mom is 89 years old.
She had not looked at the book in years and it brought back a lot
of memories for her. She talked about everything. It was a
fantastic conversation and you are right I learned things I never
new.

She talked about all her friends and hopes and dreams.

Thank you for your post.

Marilyn van Aalten Hiller
Florida

Searching: van Aalten; de Wind, Levy, Bowman, Boxold, Chase, Whitehill


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Ship arrivals in the 1880's... where #general

elena@...
 

...Did your elusive person create any records in England? Did
he marry there, have children there, work there, get enumerated on
a census there, a witness to a marriage, or have legal issues there?
How about any other family members? Maybe this can give you a clue
as well. Is his name in the Poor Jews Shelter? I too have a very
elusive person the came in >from England. I cannot find him because
I do not know what name he stayed there under. He did not live with
his parents.<<<

Similar problem on this end: Isidor and Mary probably would not
have left many, if any, records in England, but Mary's sister and
her husband traveled with Isidor and Mary to England, intending to
continue to the US. They were cheated out of their passage fare
and remained in England. Legend has it that the sister, Celia, was
expecting a child. Legend further has it that they set up an
apothecary shop in Petticoat Lane. Unfortunately, confirming any
of this is difficult because the only definite original surname I
have is the Pschedesky, the maiden names of Mary and Celia. I
don't even have the first name of Celia's husband. So, it's combing
through the passenger lists for me, though I'm also patiently waiting
for the 1901 London census to come online so that I can find out the
Enumeration district for Petticoat Lane and start combing through
to look for apothecaries (and hope for accuracy of the legend!).

He could have been Barnet(t) SHAPIRO. He could have been Benzion
SZABAS or something that sounds like SZABAS or SHABBAS. I know he
was there, I just have to find the records. He was there for about
12 years. Good luck in your search,
Linda Altman - Raleigh, NC<<<

Understood! I have a feeling that the surname Isidor used once in
the US, Phillips, has very little relation to his actual surname,
and I'm still clinging vaguely to "Dadacz" -- this was the name of
his father as given in Isidor's death certificate. The father's
first name was "Moses", according to this, and recent support of
this statement reached me in the translation of the Hebrew inscription
of Isidor's grave stone, thanks to the efforts of the members of this
list.

Frustratingly, Isidor was occasionally in the habit of using "Isidor"
as a surname and Philip as a given one. Even more occasionally, he
uses Israel for a first name, and the Hebrew inscription of the
tombstone calls him Ytzack. So I'm guessing that his first name
was, indeed, something beginning with "I", which still leaves the
surname a mystery.

It's actually rather funny: when I first started tracing, I was
sure that Isidor would be fairly easy to track while the Maltinskys
would be almost purposefully annoying. And it's just the opposite:
the Maltinskys are yielding living relatives and bits of information
all over the place, and I can't get to first base with Isidor.

Example: Just got the marriage certificate for PA-based Samuel
Maltinsky and discovered his wife's maiden name was Gulke Kunst,
from "Russia". Census reports say she and Samuel were married the
same year she came over (though they miscalculate and state 1890
instead of 1891), so tracing her arrival into (presumably)
Philadelphia port shouldn't be that hard. Also guessing >from
the documented timing that she came over expressly to marry Samuel
and am guessing this means she came >from Latvia, if not Rezhitsa,
though I haven't found too many "Kunst" families in the Latvia SIG.
We'll see what turns up.

That'll teach me to assume.

Wishing all Genners a good new year.

Maria Torres
elena@pipeline.com
MALTINSKY, RUBINSTEIN, ZELLAT (Latvia, PA, GA, NY); NOTIS (Kovno,
NY); KUNST (Russia: Latvia?, PA); PHILLIPS (DADACZ/DUDACZ/
ISIDOR/EISENDOR), PSCHEDESKY (Poland, UK, NY)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: worth looking for high school records? *Yes*.... #general

mhiller <marilynvh@...>
 

Marc Manson,

I liked you message,"worth looking for high school records? *Yes*"
I just recently came across my mothers, Haddon Heights, New Jersey
H. S. yearbook the year that she graduated. Mom is 89 years old.
She had not looked at the book in years and it brought back a lot
of memories for her. She talked about everything. It was a
fantastic conversation and you are right I learned things I never
new.

She talked about all her friends and hopes and dreams.

Thank you for your post.

Marilyn van Aalten Hiller
Florida

Searching: van Aalten; de Wind, Levy, Bowman, Boxold, Chase, Whitehill


Re: Name of Hebrew School in Ungvar #hungary

Norman/Jean Fuhrer <nfuhrer@...>
 

Does anyone know the name of the Hebrew School in Ungvar/Uzhgorod,
especially during the early 1900's until 1944?

Would also be interested to know if any student and faculty lists exist,
similar to those in other towns and cities.

Thank you in advance.

Norm and Jean Fuhrer
On Florida's Spacecoast - USA


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Name of Hebrew School in Ungvar #hungary

Norman/Jean Fuhrer <nfuhrer@...>
 

Does anyone know the name of the Hebrew School in Ungvar/Uzhgorod,
especially during the early 1900's until 1944?

Would also be interested to know if any student and faculty lists exist,
similar to those in other towns and cities.

Thank you in advance.

Norm and Jean Fuhrer
On Florida's Spacecoast - USA


visit to Slovakia, Ukraine and more... #hungary

Tomer Brunner
 

Dear friends,

There's a (slight) possibility that I'll visit some of the following
towns (hopefully next month but if not then maybe next year...)
and would very much appreciate suggestions regarding these places,
their cemeteries, other cemeteries which were used by the people of
the towns, accommodation, contacts etc.
Also, if anyone has documents (maybe LDS films) or easy access to it
I would appreciate if you can let me know.

The towns are:

1)Chonkovce and Sobrance, east Slovakia.

2)Namestovo, north Slovakia.

3)Chernotisov, Ukraine (Hungarian name: Fekete-Ardo)

The last place is not in our area but anyways...

4)Altenkunstadt, a village in Bavaria, Germany.
I believe that before 1620 the jews of the village
used the cemetery in Burgkunstadt.

If anyone is interested in those places, needs cemetery look-ups
etc. please let me know.

Thank you very much!
Gmar Chatima Tova,
Tomer Brunner, Israel.

(if its not of general interest please reply privately)


Hungary SIG #Hungary visit to Slovakia, Ukraine and more... #hungary

Tomer Brunner
 

Dear friends,

There's a (slight) possibility that I'll visit some of the following
towns (hopefully next month but if not then maybe next year...)
and would very much appreciate suggestions regarding these places,
their cemeteries, other cemeteries which were used by the people of
the towns, accommodation, contacts etc.
Also, if anyone has documents (maybe LDS films) or easy access to it
I would appreciate if you can let me know.

The towns are:

1)Chonkovce and Sobrance, east Slovakia.

2)Namestovo, north Slovakia.

3)Chernotisov, Ukraine (Hungarian name: Fekete-Ardo)

The last place is not in our area but anyways...

4)Altenkunstadt, a village in Bavaria, Germany.
I believe that before 1620 the jews of the village
used the cemetery in Burgkunstadt.

If anyone is interested in those places, needs cemetery look-ups
etc. please let me know.

Thank you very much!
Gmar Chatima Tova,
Tomer Brunner, Israel.

(if its not of general interest please reply privately)


Re: Letter of Authorization - Slovakian Records #hungary

Norman/Jean Fuhrer <nfuhrer@...>
 

Dear Listers,

Can anyone lead us to a website that may have a standard form for
Letters of Authorization written in the Slovak Language.

The clerk in the Nacina Ves Town Hall will not allow anyone to search
the records unless they have a written request for a specific record, signed
by a member of the family, similar to the following:

Honorable Clerk of Vital Records
Nacina Ves Town Hall
Nacina Ves, Slovakia

I, hereby, authorize__________________ to search the birth records,
in the Nacina Ves Town Hall, on my behalf, for the following relative:

Nathan (Nachume) FUHRER, born on February 4, 1898 in what was then,
Natafalva, Hungary.

Parents -- Ignacz (Yitzchak) FUHRER -- Father
Antonina (Toni/Fani) GOLDBLATT FUHRER -- Mother

Nathan Fuhrer was my uncle. He died in 1943.

Respectfully yours,
Norman FUHRER

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Norm and Jean Fuhrer
On Florida's Spacecoast - USA


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Letter of Authorization - Slovakian Records #hungary

Norman/Jean Fuhrer <nfuhrer@...>
 

Dear Listers,

Can anyone lead us to a website that may have a standard form for
Letters of Authorization written in the Slovak Language.

The clerk in the Nacina Ves Town Hall will not allow anyone to search
the records unless they have a written request for a specific record, signed
by a member of the family, similar to the following:

Honorable Clerk of Vital Records
Nacina Ves Town Hall
Nacina Ves, Slovakia

I, hereby, authorize__________________ to search the birth records,
in the Nacina Ves Town Hall, on my behalf, for the following relative:

Nathan (Nachume) FUHRER, born on February 4, 1898 in what was then,
Natafalva, Hungary.

Parents -- Ignacz (Yitzchak) FUHRER -- Father
Antonina (Toni/Fani) GOLDBLATT FUHRER -- Mother

Nathan Fuhrer was my uncle. He died in 1943.

Respectfully yours,
Norman FUHRER

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Norm and Jean Fuhrer
On Florida's Spacecoast - USA


Greetings, Revision Lists & Manifests #belarus

wildwood77@...
 

Hi Genners,

First, I'd like to wish everyone a most happy, healthful and peaceful
Shana Tova.

While researching my Minsk family name, I soon realized (with mounting
frustration <g>) that the more extensive my searches became, the more
geographically widespread my area did, too. I'm not yet that well
versed in the various shtetlach to know which belongs to which
gubernii, but I'm certain I will be looking at several of each. Dave
Fox asked me to pass this information on the group since many people
restrict their research to one particular shtetl DG. One consequence
of that is missing out on the potential to learn more about your
family: they moved around _alot_ which I can attest to :-)

Also, some of the most valuable information I've found came >from the
(agricultural) 1858 Revision List. Included in the columns of data
were references (about my family members/name) to prior Revision
Lists. I've been looking for them but, evidently, they are not yet
available. I was wondering if anyone has any info on these or could
point me in the right direction.

And finally, I hit pay dirt last night on my gm's EI manifest. She
listed her Minsk shtetl, but my family and I spent _hours_ trying to
decipher the name/handwriting, and correlate it with the list of
shtetlach on the Belarus page. We tried different phonetic
possibilities, spellings, etc., all without success. Can I write to
anyone privately who can try to crack this code?

Thanks in advance for all your help

L'Shana Tova

Hope Schraeter
Westfield, NJ
wildwood77@comcast.net

Searching:
RYBAK (Ochota, Warsaw Poland)
MLYNARZ/ZYLBERMAN (Pultusk, Poland)
SHTEYNGARTEN (Brest-Litovsk)
CHEREPAKHA (Minsk)


Belarus SIG #Belarus Greetings, Revision Lists & Manifests #belarus

wildwood77@...
 

Hi Genners,

First, I'd like to wish everyone a most happy, healthful and peaceful
Shana Tova.

While researching my Minsk family name, I soon realized (with mounting
frustration <g>) that the more extensive my searches became, the more
geographically widespread my area did, too. I'm not yet that well
versed in the various shtetlach to know which belongs to which
gubernii, but I'm certain I will be looking at several of each. Dave
Fox asked me to pass this information on the group since many people
restrict their research to one particular shtetl DG. One consequence
of that is missing out on the potential to learn more about your
family: they moved around _alot_ which I can attest to :-)

Also, some of the most valuable information I've found came >from the
(agricultural) 1858 Revision List. Included in the columns of data
were references (about my family members/name) to prior Revision
Lists. I've been looking for them but, evidently, they are not yet
available. I was wondering if anyone has any info on these or could
point me in the right direction.

And finally, I hit pay dirt last night on my gm's EI manifest. She
listed her Minsk shtetl, but my family and I spent _hours_ trying to
decipher the name/handwriting, and correlate it with the list of
shtetlach on the Belarus page. We tried different phonetic
possibilities, spellings, etc., all without success. Can I write to
anyone privately who can try to crack this code?

Thanks in advance for all your help

L'Shana Tova

Hope Schraeter
Westfield, NJ
wildwood77@comcast.net

Searching:
RYBAK (Ochota, Warsaw Poland)
MLYNARZ/ZYLBERMAN (Pultusk, Poland)
SHTEYNGARTEN (Brest-Litovsk)
CHEREPAKHA (Minsk)


What's new on the Lida District ShtetLink #belarus

Irene Newhouse <einew@...>
 

It's been a very busy time for me! Not only have we been fortunate enough
to post Dr. Dworecki's autobiography last month, I have just added the links
to Ellen Vine Jakobson's report of her trip to Lida this past June. Ellen
took some lovely pictures.

Our donor in Poland who specializes in the history of Subotniki has sent us
2 pictures, one a wedding party >from 1937, which I'm not posting just in
case some of the people in it are still living. Although the bridal couple
are not Jewish, a member of the party was Mones Daniel, one of the Jews of
Subotniki. He has also sent us a recent picture of Lipniszki.

To keep current on updates to our website, check
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lida-District/whatsnew.htm periodically.

I am working on a map to illustrate Dr. Dworecki's autobiography. I hope to
place on it the names of all the places she passed through.

Irene Newhouse
Kihei HI


Belarus SIG #Belarus What's new on the Lida District ShtetLink #belarus

Irene Newhouse <einew@...>
 

It's been a very busy time for me! Not only have we been fortunate enough
to post Dr. Dworecki's autobiography last month, I have just added the links
to Ellen Vine Jakobson's report of her trip to Lida this past June. Ellen
took some lovely pictures.

Our donor in Poland who specializes in the history of Subotniki has sent us
2 pictures, one a wedding party >from 1937, which I'm not posting just in
case some of the people in it are still living. Although the bridal couple
are not Jewish, a member of the party was Mones Daniel, one of the Jews of
Subotniki. He has also sent us a recent picture of Lipniszki.

To keep current on updates to our website, check
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Lida-District/whatsnew.htm periodically.

I am working on a map to illustrate Dr. Dworecki's autobiography. I hope to
place on it the names of all the places she passed through.

Irene Newhouse
Kihei HI


Re: Zabludow Wooden Synagogue #general

Tilford Bartman <bartmant@...>
 

I recently found someone in Israel who was able to make for me
a digital 3d model of the Zabludow Poland "ancient" (built in
1638) wooden synagogue. I have a new webpage with very nice
photos of the model, and a way in which you can real easily
download some software that will enable you to manipulate the
model in 3d space using your mouse.Below is a link to the page.
http://www.zabludow.com/indexmodel.html

Tilford Bartman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re:Zabludow Wooden Synagogue #general

Tilford Bartman <bartmant@...>
 

I recently found someone in Israel who was able to make for me
a digital 3d model of the Zabludow Poland "ancient" (built in
1638) wooden synagogue. I have a new webpage with very nice
photos of the model, and a way in which you can real easily
download some software that will enable you to manipulate the
model in 3d space using your mouse.Below is a link to the page.
http://www.zabludow.com/indexmodel.html

Tilford Bartman


Re: Berdicheve Address? #ukraine

Joe Newman <pcmjoe@...>
 

I can supply a little help. "Ulitza" means street.
Joe Newman
Fayetteville, Arkansas

NEWMAN,NEUMANN(Hodasz,Kolcse,Debrecen Hungary; NYC)
PAVEL(Hodasz,Opaly,Vaja Hungary; NYC)
ROTH,FISCHER,FREIDMAN(Ragaly,Jakfalva,SzinPetri Hungary; NYC)
RAJSFELD,REISFIELD,EHRLICHMANN,ERLICHMAN(Belzyce,Poland; NYC)
CHASEN,CHASIN,GOTBAUM(Ekaterinaslov/Dneprpetrovsk,Berdichev Ukraine; NYC)

Original Message

Dear Genners,

My grandfather Hyman Sinkin stated on his Naturalisation Certificate that
he was born in 1883 at 'BROODS, ULISZTA, BERDITCHIVE, RUSSIA.

I would very much like to locate this address, and would appreciate any
suggestions on how best I can best do this.

Thank you in advance.

David Brilliant
London.
DaveBrilliant@aol.com


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Berdicheve Address? #ukraine

Joe Newman <pcmjoe@...>
 

I can supply a little help. "Ulitza" means street.
Joe Newman
Fayetteville, Arkansas

NEWMAN,NEUMANN(Hodasz,Kolcse,Debrecen Hungary; NYC)
PAVEL(Hodasz,Opaly,Vaja Hungary; NYC)
ROTH,FISCHER,FREIDMAN(Ragaly,Jakfalva,SzinPetri Hungary; NYC)
RAJSFELD,REISFIELD,EHRLICHMANN,ERLICHMAN(Belzyce,Poland; NYC)
CHASEN,CHASIN,GOTBAUM(Ekaterinaslov/Dneprpetrovsk,Berdichev Ukraine; NYC)

Original Message

Dear Genners,

My grandfather Hyman Sinkin stated on his Naturalisation Certificate that
he was born in 1883 at 'BROODS, ULISZTA, BERDITCHIVE, RUSSIA.

I would very much like to locate this address, and would appreciate any
suggestions on how best I can best do this.

Thank you in advance.

David Brilliant
London.
DaveBrilliant@aol.com