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Searching: CRAMER family #ukraine

Hannah Engelstad
 

Dear Genners,
I am searching for the grandchildren/greatgrandchildren of Moshke CRAMER
(any spelling of Cramer)>from Staraya Ushitsa, Ukraine.

My pggf >from Staraya Ushitsa had 4 sons. 2 sons emigrated to Canada in 1920,
one of them being my grandfather. They left behind 2 brothers: Yisroel who
did not have any children as far as I know and Moshke. Moshke had 4(?)
children: Yankel, Itzik Meier, Hersh and a sister. At the end of WWII, we
received a letter >from Itzik Meier telling us that his parents and brother
had died and that he was separated >from his brother Hersh and >from his
sister. That was the last we heard >from our family in the Ukraine.

Do these names sound "familiar" to any Cramers (Kramer/Kremer/Kraymer
etc.)out there?

Any suggestions as to how to proceed to find this missing family would be
greatly appreciated. The Cramer name >from Staraya Ushitsa is already listed
in the JGFF.

Warmest Regards -

Hannah Cramer Engelstad, London, ON

Researching:
CRAMER (any spelling): Staraya Ushitsa, Ukraine
BREITMAN: >from a shtetl near Staraya Ushitsa, Ukraine
LEKECHMACHER / BERNSTEIN: Zhitomir, Ukraine -> England -> Montreal, Canada
BOGASH / SHAPIRO / PALEYEW: Klektz/Brest Litovsk, Belarus


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Searching: CRAMER family #ukraine

Hannah Engelstad
 

Dear Genners,
I am searching for the grandchildren/greatgrandchildren of Moshke CRAMER
(any spelling of Cramer)>from Staraya Ushitsa, Ukraine.

My pggf >from Staraya Ushitsa had 4 sons. 2 sons emigrated to Canada in 1920,
one of them being my grandfather. They left behind 2 brothers: Yisroel who
did not have any children as far as I know and Moshke. Moshke had 4(?)
children: Yankel, Itzik Meier, Hersh and a sister. At the end of WWII, we
received a letter >from Itzik Meier telling us that his parents and brother
had died and that he was separated >from his brother Hersh and >from his
sister. That was the last we heard >from our family in the Ukraine.

Do these names sound "familiar" to any Cramers (Kramer/Kremer/Kraymer
etc.)out there?

Any suggestions as to how to proceed to find this missing family would be
greatly appreciated. The Cramer name >from Staraya Ushitsa is already listed
in the JGFF.

Warmest Regards -

Hannah Cramer Engelstad, London, ON

Researching:
CRAMER (any spelling): Staraya Ushitsa, Ukraine
BREITMAN: >from a shtetl near Staraya Ushitsa, Ukraine
LEKECHMACHER / BERNSTEIN: Zhitomir, Ukraine -> England -> Montreal, Canada
BOGASH / SHAPIRO / PALEYEW: Klektz/Brest Litovsk, Belarus


Pest 1937/n-o #hungary

Peter I. Hidas <thidas@...>
 

Jewish Who=B9s Who in (Buda)Pest, 1837-1845
Sources: Budapest F=F6v=E1ros Lev=E9lt=E1ra, Pest V=E1ros Lev=E9lt=E1ra [Budapest Capital
City Archives], Tan=E1csi Iratok [Council Papers, archivii medii, Intimata,
1837; Magyar Orsz=E1gos Lev=E9lt=E1r [Hungarian National Archives], Budapest, C
55, Departmentum Judaeorum, 1724-1876; Pester Lloyd; K=E1roly V=F6r=F6s, Budapest
legnagyobb ad=F3fizet=F6i 1873-1917 (Budapest: Akad=E9miai Kiad=F3, 1979.
f/y=3Dforint(s) per year
Prepared by Dr. Peter I. Hidas (retired prof. of history, Dawson College,
Montreal)

N

Nathan, Isac
book dealer, born in Holits
1845: retailer, income: 50 f/y

Nathan, Isac
1845: retailer, income: 45 f/y

Nathan, Joseph
scap dealer, born in Pest

Netter, Israel
grain merchant, born in Malesch=FCtz, in Pest since 1826
Netter, Salamon
house painter, born in Pest

Neubauer, Herman
peddler, born in Veresv=E1r, in Pest since 1831


Neubauer, Samuel
1845: peddler, income: 45 f/y
1873: Mayer [son?], cattle dealer, taxes: 990 f/y (V=F6r=F6s, p.50)

Neuer, Michael
merchant, born in Sasv=E1r, in Pest since 1819

Neufeld, Joseph
grain merchant, born in Esztergom, in Pest since 1829
1845: buyer, income: 45 f/y

Neugebauer, Salamon
haberdasher, born in Butsavitz, in Pest since 1820
1845: retailer, income: 80 f/y

Neuhauser, Anna
merchant, born in Triesch, in Pest since 1818

Neuman, Abraham
butcher, born in Holics, in Pest since 1835

Neuman, Adolph
employee of Herman Volfinger, born in Zaradkin, in Pest since 1836
Neuman, David
musician, born in =D3buda, in Pest since 1832

Neuman, Leopold
teacher, born in Stomfa (Stamfen), in Pest since 1835
Neuman, Salamon
Peddler, born in Wachtelitz, in Pest since 1829

Neumann, Jacob
scrap dealer, born in V=E1s=E1rhely
1845: beggar

Neumann, Jacob
peddler, born in Bits or Bittse, in Pest since 1823

Neumann, Salamon
buyer, born in Dabas, in Pest since 1836
1845: buyer, income: 30 f/y

Neumann, Samuel
1845: beggar

Neumayer, Moritz
pipemaker, born in =D3buda, in Pest since 1836

Neumayer, Lazar
1845: peddler, income: 30 f/y

Neuspiel, Jacob
merchant, born in Eisgrub, in Pest since 1818

Neustadl, Franc(iscus)
peddler, born in V=E1gujhely, in Pest since 1823
1845: peddler, income: 35 f/y

Neuterer, Moritz
peddler, born in =D3buda, in Pest since 1835

Ney, Karl
tailor, born in Sasv=E1r, in Pest since 1837

Neytra, Samuel
ragsman, born in Nyitra

O

Oblat, Joseph
cigar maker, born in Kismarton, in Pest since 1836

Oesterreicher, Moses
1845: retailer, income: 66 f/y
1855: grain merchant in association with Salamon Mandello (Pester Lloyd, 23
August-7 September)

Oesterreicher, Samuel
1845: retailer, income: 60 f/y

=D6sterreicher, David
wholesaler, born in Pest
1845: wholesaler, income: 120 f/y
1848: grain merchant

Oestreicher, Salamon
manager of Hirschl Boskovitz, born in Trisch, in Pest since 1836

Offenheimer, Joseph
buyer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1821

Ofner, Ivachim
buyer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1812

Offenheimer, Joseph
buyer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1821

Offenheimer, Moritz
buyer, born in Bog=E1rd, in Pest since 1809

Okrainer, Isac
buyer, employee of Bern. Blumenfeld, born in Brodi, in Pest since 1835

Oppenheim, Benedikt
1845: wholesaler, income: 210 f/y
1848: wholesaler of manufactured goods

Oppenheim, Samuel M.
retailer, income: 65 f/y

Oppenheimer, Bernard
wholesaler, born in Pozsony

Oppenheimer, Elias
merchant, born in Pest

Oppenheimer, Herman
buyer, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1922

Oppenheimer, Jacob
general store owner, born in Becskerek
1845: peddler, income: 60 f/y

Oppenheimer, Leopoldus
1845: craftsman, income: 35 f/y

Oppenheimer, Keres
born in Obuda

Oppenheimer, M.S.
general merchandize dealer, born in Pest

Oppenheimer, Salomon
buyer, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1832
1845: beggar

Oppenheimer, Simon
assistant rabbi, born in Koroman

Oppereich, Jonas
1845: craftsman, income: 25 f/y

Peter I. Hidas

thidas@sympatico.ca
peterhidas@yahoo.com

http://www3.sympatico.ca/thidas/Hungarian-history/
http://www.community.webshots.com/user/peterhidas


JewishGen Storm Warning #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

Chaverim,

We've received word that there's a distinct possibility that
Hurricane Lili will hit the Houston Texas area, home of JewishGen,
within the next day or so. While keeping an eye on the storm's
progress, the folks at JewishGen are doing everything possible to
safeguard our data and our records. Nevertheless, depending on the
path of the storm and its severity,it's possible that JewishGen may
be forced to go off line for a period time. Let's hope for the best
but please don't bombard us with messages if JewishGen is temporarily
unavailable!

Vivian


Hungary SIG #Hungary Pest 1937/n-o #hungary

Peter I. Hidas <thidas@...>
 

Jewish Who=B9s Who in (Buda)Pest, 1837-1845
Sources: Budapest F=F6v=E1ros Lev=E9lt=E1ra, Pest V=E1ros Lev=E9lt=E1ra [Budapest Capital
City Archives], Tan=E1csi Iratok [Council Papers, archivii medii, Intimata,
1837; Magyar Orsz=E1gos Lev=E9lt=E1r [Hungarian National Archives], Budapest, C
55, Departmentum Judaeorum, 1724-1876; Pester Lloyd; K=E1roly V=F6r=F6s, Budapest
legnagyobb ad=F3fizet=F6i 1873-1917 (Budapest: Akad=E9miai Kiad=F3, 1979.
f/y=3Dforint(s) per year
Prepared by Dr. Peter I. Hidas (retired prof. of history, Dawson College,
Montreal)

N

Nathan, Isac
book dealer, born in Holits
1845: retailer, income: 50 f/y

Nathan, Isac
1845: retailer, income: 45 f/y

Nathan, Joseph
scap dealer, born in Pest

Netter, Israel
grain merchant, born in Malesch=FCtz, in Pest since 1826
Netter, Salamon
house painter, born in Pest

Neubauer, Herman
peddler, born in Veresv=E1r, in Pest since 1831


Neubauer, Samuel
1845: peddler, income: 45 f/y
1873: Mayer [son?], cattle dealer, taxes: 990 f/y (V=F6r=F6s, p.50)

Neuer, Michael
merchant, born in Sasv=E1r, in Pest since 1819

Neufeld, Joseph
grain merchant, born in Esztergom, in Pest since 1829
1845: buyer, income: 45 f/y

Neugebauer, Salamon
haberdasher, born in Butsavitz, in Pest since 1820
1845: retailer, income: 80 f/y

Neuhauser, Anna
merchant, born in Triesch, in Pest since 1818

Neuman, Abraham
butcher, born in Holics, in Pest since 1835

Neuman, Adolph
employee of Herman Volfinger, born in Zaradkin, in Pest since 1836
Neuman, David
musician, born in =D3buda, in Pest since 1832

Neuman, Leopold
teacher, born in Stomfa (Stamfen), in Pest since 1835
Neuman, Salamon
Peddler, born in Wachtelitz, in Pest since 1829

Neumann, Jacob
scrap dealer, born in V=E1s=E1rhely
1845: beggar

Neumann, Jacob
peddler, born in Bits or Bittse, in Pest since 1823

Neumann, Salamon
buyer, born in Dabas, in Pest since 1836
1845: buyer, income: 30 f/y

Neumann, Samuel
1845: beggar

Neumayer, Moritz
pipemaker, born in =D3buda, in Pest since 1836

Neumayer, Lazar
1845: peddler, income: 30 f/y

Neuspiel, Jacob
merchant, born in Eisgrub, in Pest since 1818

Neustadl, Franc(iscus)
peddler, born in V=E1gujhely, in Pest since 1823
1845: peddler, income: 35 f/y

Neuterer, Moritz
peddler, born in =D3buda, in Pest since 1835

Ney, Karl
tailor, born in Sasv=E1r, in Pest since 1837

Neytra, Samuel
ragsman, born in Nyitra

O

Oblat, Joseph
cigar maker, born in Kismarton, in Pest since 1836

Oesterreicher, Moses
1845: retailer, income: 66 f/y
1855: grain merchant in association with Salamon Mandello (Pester Lloyd, 23
August-7 September)

Oesterreicher, Samuel
1845: retailer, income: 60 f/y

=D6sterreicher, David
wholesaler, born in Pest
1845: wholesaler, income: 120 f/y
1848: grain merchant

Oestreicher, Salamon
manager of Hirschl Boskovitz, born in Trisch, in Pest since 1836

Offenheimer, Joseph
buyer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1821

Ofner, Ivachim
buyer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1812

Offenheimer, Joseph
buyer, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1821

Offenheimer, Moritz
buyer, born in Bog=E1rd, in Pest since 1809

Okrainer, Isac
buyer, employee of Bern. Blumenfeld, born in Brodi, in Pest since 1835

Oppenheim, Benedikt
1845: wholesaler, income: 210 f/y
1848: wholesaler of manufactured goods

Oppenheim, Samuel M.
retailer, income: 65 f/y

Oppenheimer, Bernard
wholesaler, born in Pozsony

Oppenheimer, Elias
merchant, born in Pest

Oppenheimer, Herman
buyer, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1922

Oppenheimer, Jacob
general store owner, born in Becskerek
1845: peddler, income: 60 f/y

Oppenheimer, Leopoldus
1845: craftsman, income: 35 f/y

Oppenheimer, Keres
born in Obuda

Oppenheimer, M.S.
general merchandize dealer, born in Pest

Oppenheimer, Salomon
buyer, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1832
1845: beggar

Oppenheimer, Simon
assistant rabbi, born in Koroman

Oppereich, Jonas
1845: craftsman, income: 25 f/y

Peter I. Hidas

thidas@sympatico.ca
peterhidas@yahoo.com

http://www3.sympatico.ca/thidas/Hungarian-history/
http://www.community.webshots.com/user/peterhidas


Hungary SIG #Hungary JewishGen Storm Warning #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

Chaverim,

We've received word that there's a distinct possibility that
Hurricane Lili will hit the Houston Texas area, home of JewishGen,
within the next day or so. While keeping an eye on the storm's
progress, the folks at JewishGen are doing everything possible to
safeguard our data and our records. Nevertheless, depending on the
path of the storm and its severity,it's possible that JewishGen may
be forced to go off line for a period time. Let's hope for the best
but please don't bombard us with messages if JewishGen is temporarily
unavailable!

Vivian


JewishGen search engines uncover hidden clues.. #romania

Rosanne D. Leeson <leeson1@...>
 

Much valuable information resides on JewishGen servers. Use their
search engines to enhance your knowledge. Search the website, search
databases or search archived discussion group messages. Uncover
hidden clues to your heritage.

I. Search the JewishGen website. You can easily search all of the
text on JewishGen's web pages.
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Search.htm

II. Search JewishGen's Databases.
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/

III. Special Interest Groups Archives (includes ROM-SIG) -
contain all SIG discussion group messages posted since July 1998.
You can search for any word or word combination in a message.
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop

IV. JewishGen Discussion Group Archives - contain all discussion
group messages (non-SIG) posted since September 1993 .
You can search for any word or word combination in a message.
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~archpop

V. To search for family surnames and ancestral towns, search the
JewishGen Family Finder.
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgffweb.htm
--
Rosanne Leeson
Los Altos, CA USA
Leeson1@attglobal.net


Romania SIG #Romania JewishGen search engines uncover hidden clues.. #romania

Rosanne D. Leeson <leeson1@...>
 

Much valuable information resides on JewishGen servers. Use their
search engines to enhance your knowledge. Search the website, search
databases or search archived discussion group messages. Uncover
hidden clues to your heritage.

I. Search the JewishGen website. You can easily search all of the
text on JewishGen's web pages.
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Search.htm

II. Search JewishGen's Databases.
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/

III. Special Interest Groups Archives (includes ROM-SIG) -
contain all SIG discussion group messages posted since July 1998.
You can search for any word or word combination in a message.
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop

IV. JewishGen Discussion Group Archives - contain all discussion
group messages (non-SIG) posted since September 1993 .
You can search for any word or word combination in a message.
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~archpop

V. To search for family surnames and ancestral towns, search the
JewishGen Family Finder.
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgffweb.htm
--
Rosanne Leeson
Los Altos, CA USA
Leeson1@attglobal.net


JewishGen search engines uncover hidden clues to your heritage. #france

Rosanne D. Leeson <leeson1@...>
 

Much valuable information resides on JewishGen servers. Use their
search engines to enhance your knowledge. Search the website, search
databases or search archived discussion group messages. Uncover
hidden clues to your heritage.

I. Search the JewishGen website. You can easily search all of the
text on JewishGen's web pages.
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Search.htm

II. Search JewishGen's Databases.
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/

III. Special Interest Groups Archives (includes FrenchsSIG) -
contain all SIG discussion group messages posted since July 1998.
You can search for any word or word combination in a message.
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop

IV. JewishGen Discussion Group Archives - contain all discussion
group messages (non-SIG) posted since September 1993 .
You can search for any word or word combination in a message.
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~archpop

V. To search for family surnames and ancestral towns, search the
JewishGen Family Finder.
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgffweb.htm
--
Rosanne Leeson
Los Altos, CA USA
Leeson1@attglobal.net


French SIG #France JewishGen search engines uncover hidden clues to your heritage. #france

Rosanne D. Leeson <leeson1@...>
 

Much valuable information resides on JewishGen servers. Use their
search engines to enhance your knowledge. Search the website, search
databases or search archived discussion group messages. Uncover
hidden clues to your heritage.

I. Search the JewishGen website. You can easily search all of the
text on JewishGen's web pages.
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/Search.htm

II. Search JewishGen's Databases.
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/

III. Special Interest Groups Archives (includes FrenchsSIG) -
contain all SIG discussion group messages posted since July 1998.
You can search for any word or word combination in a message.
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop

IV. JewishGen Discussion Group Archives - contain all discussion
group messages (non-SIG) posted since September 1993 .
You can search for any word or word combination in a message.
http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~archpop

V. To search for family surnames and ancestral towns, search the
JewishGen Family Finder.
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgffweb.htm
--
Rosanne Leeson
Los Altos, CA USA
Leeson1@attglobal.net


Resources of the Jerusalem archive. #belarus

Albert Kaganovitch <kaganov@...>
 

Dear SIG Members,

I within 1999-2000 years for Yad Va-Shem overlooked all materials of
Jerusalem's Archive of a history of the Jewish people concerning territory
modern: Russia, East Belorussia and East Ukraine. As I remember archive
contains very much genealogical material of the end 19 - beginnings 20
centuries on shtetls and cities on territory modern Vinnitsa and
Kamenets-Podolskiy of areas (up to the lists of the pupils on kheders). The
Kiev area there are less materials, and on as to Belorussian places,
unfortunately there are not enough materials, which interesting for genners.
Albert Kaganovich,
Jerusalem


Belarus SIG #Belarus Resources of the Jerusalem archive. #belarus

Albert Kaganovitch <kaganov@...>
 

Dear SIG Members,

I within 1999-2000 years for Yad Va-Shem overlooked all materials of
Jerusalem's Archive of a history of the Jewish people concerning territory
modern: Russia, East Belorussia and East Ukraine. As I remember archive
contains very much genealogical material of the end 19 - beginnings 20
centuries on shtetls and cities on territory modern Vinnitsa and
Kamenets-Podolskiy of areas (up to the lists of the pupils on kheders). The
Kiev area there are less materials, and on as to Belorussian places,
unfortunately there are not enough materials, which interesting for genners.
Albert Kaganovich,
Jerusalem


Re: Vorotnya #belarus

Plotkin Leonid <plotwa@...>
 

My mind that the Vorotnya being referred to in Scott Seligman's message
is actually
the village of Vorotinchina near Mogilev.In 1837 the baron Ginzburg
founded a agricultural colonia in Vorotinchina for Jews >from Minsk and
Mogilev gubernias.But many Jews were stayed in the colonia some years and
soon returned to previous settlements.

Leonid Plotkin
Mogilev Belarus

plotwa@tut.by

Researching:
PLOTKIN >from Mogilev and Minsk provinces(gubernias)
MERLIN >from Mogilev province(gubernia)
MODERATOR NOTE: Please do not include the entire previous message
when you reply.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Vorotnya #belarus

Plotkin Leonid <plotwa@...>
 

My mind that the Vorotnya being referred to in Scott Seligman's message
is actually
the village of Vorotinchina near Mogilev.In 1837 the baron Ginzburg
founded a agricultural colonia in Vorotinchina for Jews >from Minsk and
Mogilev gubernias.But many Jews were stayed in the colonia some years and
soon returned to previous settlements.

Leonid Plotkin
Mogilev Belarus

plotwa@tut.by

Researching:
PLOTKIN >from Mogilev and Minsk provinces(gubernias)
MERLIN >from Mogilev province(gubernia)
MODERATOR NOTE: Please do not include the entire previous message
when you reply.


Searching surname DOBRUSHKEN #belarus

james dobrushken <jadcowtown@...>
 

I am currently researching the DOBRUSHKEN surnmame
from either Minsk(Belarus) Russia or >from Pinsk,
Poland and would appreciate any input.
Thank you,
James Dobrushken

MODERATOR NOTE: Please sign all messages with your location. Also
be sure to enter your names/towns in the JewishGen Family Finder
(www.jewishgen.org/jgff) and to search for others who are researching
the same ones.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching surname DOBRUSHKEN #belarus

james dobrushken <jadcowtown@...>
 

I am currently researching the DOBRUSHKEN surnmame
from either Minsk(Belarus) Russia or >from Pinsk,
Poland and would appreciate any input.
Thank you,
James Dobrushken

MODERATOR NOTE: Please sign all messages with your location. Also
be sure to enter your names/towns in the JewishGen Family Finder
(www.jewishgen.org/jgff) and to search for others who are researching
the same ones.


Avrish is Avram / Avraham? #romania

David Simon Bendory <david90@...>
 

Someone told me that "Avrish" is a "common" nickname for Avram / Avraham,
but I've never heard it. Is it common in Romania?

Please reply privately to me unless your reply is of interest to the entire
group.

(By the way, this is germane to my prior posting about 3 VACSMAN birth
certificates with mysterious Hebrew letters on the bottom. It looks like the
writing says "Avrish KORIN." On those certificates, there is a witness named
"Avram CORN(U)." I have other VACSMAN birth certificates without the writing
and without CORN as a witness. You can view the certificates here
http://mywebpages.comcast.net/dbendory/Vacsman if you are interested.)

David Simon Bendory
Livingston, NJ
david90@alumni.princeton.edu
Looking for Hungarian KOHN, POPPER, BRAUCH, HECHT in Resita, Timisoara,
Anina
Looking for Romanian SCHWARTZ or SIEGAL, VACSMAN in Botosani or Braila,
Romania
Looking for Romanian HARR near Bucharest, Romania
Looking for SIMON and GOETZ >from Germany


Romania SIG #Romania Avrish is Avram / Avraham? #romania

David Simon Bendory <david90@...>
 

Someone told me that "Avrish" is a "common" nickname for Avram / Avraham,
but I've never heard it. Is it common in Romania?

Please reply privately to me unless your reply is of interest to the entire
group.

(By the way, this is germane to my prior posting about 3 VACSMAN birth
certificates with mysterious Hebrew letters on the bottom. It looks like the
writing says "Avrish KORIN." On those certificates, there is a witness named
"Avram CORN(U)." I have other VACSMAN birth certificates without the writing
and without CORN as a witness. You can view the certificates here
http://mywebpages.comcast.net/dbendory/Vacsman if you are interested.)

David Simon Bendory
Livingston, NJ
david90@alumni.princeton.edu
Looking for Hungarian KOHN, POPPER, BRAUCH, HECHT in Resita, Timisoara,
Anina
Looking for Romanian SCHWARTZ or SIEGAL, VACSMAN in Botosani or Braila,
Romania
Looking for Romanian HARR near Bucharest, Romania
Looking for SIMON and GOETZ >from Germany


A New book on genealogy #general

IlyaZeldes <ilyaz@...>
 

Dear Fellow JewishGenners,
just recently, I've published a new book "A Genealogical History of the
Ajnbunder, Zeldes and Associated Families". This book is a result of over
40 years research into my ancestors past >from the early 19th century in
Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Dagestan, Gruzia, Germany and other places.The
book has 300 pages full with text, photographs, photocopies of documents,
etc. The book is available in a paperback and in E-book format. If you are
interested in previewing or ordering a book, please contact me privately
and I'll provide more information.
Sincerely yours,

Ilya Zeldes, Ph.D.
Fort Myers, Florida
ilyaz@iline.com


Rebecca (Regina) ROGOVSKY descendants. #general

Marilyn Siegel <jadzgran@...>
 

Hi All,
I am hoping someone in Israel will be able to help me find some "lost"
cousins.
My grandfather, Louis Silverman, had a sister, Rebecca Silberman or
Silbermann. Their father was Beryl and they were born in Austria, in
Sokolow, I believe. At some point in time Rebecca emigrated to Israel with
her husband, Jan, and lived in Haifa or Jerusalem. Jan was an engineer,
and they had a son or son-in-law named Vladeck, who probably would be
about 60 years old today. He had at least one child named Iris, about 40
years old now.
A cousin saw them all at a Bar Mitzvah in 1978. Regina was very
elderly then, and a grandmother. My husband and I were in Israel shortly
before, and tried to see the family. We made a date, but the taxi driver
could not find the address. It was Kiryat something. I was quite
disappointed, since I had wanted to meet my Great-Aunt Rebecca and her
family.
The other Silberman siblings were Philip, Louis, Morris and Ita.
Just realized I made a mistake. Beryl was my grandfather Louis'
brother, and Rebecca was his daughter. Therefore, Rebecca and I are 1st
cousins, once removed.
I hope this doesn't sound too complicated, and I also hope that
someone will recognize some of the names.
Eagerly awaiting some word, and many thanks in any event.
Marilyn in Fl.