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Refugee organisation in Vienna 1939 #general

Robert Fraser <rgfraser@...>
 

When my late Mother left Vienna in August 1939 for the United Kingdom,
a Jewish refugee organisation was still operating there. I'm curious to
find out which one it was. No details appear in any of her personal
documents or memoirs.

Could it have been the "Joint", mentioned recently on JGEN or perhaps
was it a local organisation?

Any suggestions appreciated

Gut Yomtov

Robert W Fraser
Perth, Western Australia
rgfraser@iinet.net.au


Re: Machzike Hadath Anshei Zborow - how do I locate temple records? #general

Judith27
 

The 1939 WPA listing would appear to be for a shul that was by then
defunct and no longer in existence. In the section for "Former Synagogue
Locations" in Oscar Israelowitz's *Synagogues of New York City ~ History
of a Jewish Community* there is a listing on page 80 for a Machzikel
Hadath Anshei Zborow that once used to be at 89 Ridge Street, Manhattan,
New York, but no time frame is given.
You might check the listing in the microfilm of the 1939 WPA Project
which is at the NYC Municipal Archives, as some of the defunct card
entries occasionally gave some additional information, such as location,
and year of organization, and if the shul possibly merged with another
synagogue. However, many of the defunct shul cards have no further data.
You might also check for possible listings in the various Manhattan
City Directories to see if there was any listing for this shul when it was
in existence or for possible incorporation papers in Manhattan.
Shanah Tovah,
Judi Langer-Surnamer Caplan
Long Beach, NY

<< Subject: Machzike Hadath Anshei Zborow - how do I locate temple records?
From: "Michael Kranish" <mkranish@REMOVETHIShotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 16:55:24 -0500
X-Message-Number: 33

Dear Group,
I am trying to determine if there are any records, newsletters, etc.
>from a now-defunct Manhattan temple called Machzike Hadath Anshei
Zborow. This is according to the Works Progress Administration (WPA)
Federal Writers Project Survey of State and Local Historical Records
(1939) Church Records Jewish - Synagogue. >>


Landsmanshaft organization Query #general

jselig3460@...
 

Genners:
I have often pondered the question of whether or not all members of a
landsmanshaft come >from the shtetl,or vicinity, upon which the
organization is based. How do we then account for so many of the married
couples being members? I suspect that, often, membership is a practical
and social convenience.
Nevertheless, the intense emotional attachment to a former world must be
present. I can only put it to our membership, to recall the conversations
from their childhood when keeping an ear open to the conversation of their
elders to bring enlightenment to this subject. My research in this area
provides only conjecture, not hard data.

Jerome Seligsohn
NYC
SELIGSOHN and ELKIN of Mogilev


HORWITZ / BRUCKHEIMER / FEINSTEIN #general

john maginnis <jmaginnis@...>
 

Searhing for Isaac Charles HORWITZ b. 1908 at 92 St. Nicholas Ave. NY
father Charles b. WI. mother Sarah BRUCKHEIMER b. wash D.C.
Could anyone offer any help?
thank you. john maginnis san diego jmaginnis@yahoo.com

Isaac Charles Horwitz m. to Ruth FEINSTEIN in 1957

In 1910 there is a Charles Horwitz (45) and wife Sarah (32) living on W.
74th St. NYC along with daughter Henrietta (8) and son I. Charles (1.5)
and a servant. Sarah was born i Washington the rest in NY. >from the
scribble it looks like he was a playwrite (hard to make out). ED 702 page
264B part 2


Searching for Marika VERO #general

Vivian Kahn <vkahn@...>
 

I'm trying to locate Marika (Maria) VERO, my second cousin. She was
born in Debrecen, Hungary, in 1942 and is the daughter of Piroska
MARKUS VERO, my father's first cousin, and Zoltan VERO. Piroska was
born in 1913 in Sepsiszentgyorgy, Hungary (now Sfate Gheorghiu,
Rom.). Zoltan was born in Nyirbator, Hungary in 1905 and was
reported missing on the Russian front in January 1943.

In December 1949, Marika was living with her mother, stepfather Bandi
(Andras?) and a 17-year old step-brother in Budapest. The family may
have emigrated to Argentina or Chile in 1956-57.

Any info or suggestions on how to trace this family will be appreciated.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA


NYS Census 1905 - indexed by street addresses for Manh nd part of the Bronx #general

Diane Jacobs <kingart@...>
 

Dear Evan,
I don't know who your family are but there is a l905 NYS Census
which is indexed by address for Manhattan. I have found many
family that way >from the manifests and then checking the
l905, 1915 and 1925 NYS and 1910 US Censuses. They are
available at the NYPL at Fifth AVenue and 42nd Street. But
remember they are now closed on Mondays.

Diane Jacobs
N ew York

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?


Encyclopedia of Galacia Jewry:Sages of Galicia #general

JANICE GOLDMAN <jg2333@...>
 

Dear Jewishgenners:
Do you know if this encyclopedia by Rabbi Meir is available in
translated in to English, and if so, where I may be able to find it?
Thank you.
Janice Goldman
jg2333@msn.com
Chicago, IL USA

GOLDMAN: Turkey/Romania: Nedzian (?),Istanbul
GOLDEMBERG/GOLDBERG: Turkey/Romania: Istanbul,Tulcea
MARCU/MARCOVICI/MARCUS: Romania: Bacua, Piatra Neamu
KLEIN/KLINE: Russia/Ukraine (Odessa, Kiev, or Kishinev)


Wanted: Toronto conference experiences #general

Sallyann Sack <sallyann.sack@...>
 

Dear Colleagues,

For a feature on the value of Jewish genealogical conferences, especially
those outside of major research centers, Avotaynu would like to hear from
those who had personal research successes as a result of the recent Toronto
conference. It might be a lecture that had particular relevance, a database
with information about an ancestor[s], a tip picked up while networking, or
something else.

Please send your contributions to me at this e-mail address.

Thank you.

Sallyann Amdur Sack, Ph.D.
Editor, Avotaynu, the International Review of Jewish Genealogy


We remember Glowaczow Poland! #general

Ada Holtzman <ada01@...>
 

I am pleased to announce a new web page dedicated to the memory of a
small lost Jewish community in the Kielce region of Poland: Glowaczow.
The new URL is:
http://www.zchor.org/glowaczow/glowaczow.htm

Shana Tova v'Shalom

Ada Holtzman
Web Site: http://www.zchor.org

MODERATOR NOTE: On the Glowaczow page, scroll down for the English text.


Re: Buchenwald Concentration Camp #general

Ernest Fine <efine@...>
 

Tracy sent me the image, and with her permission I am posting it.
A small version of the image is available at
http://www.cygnetserv.com/public/horrath_m.jpg
and a larger one at
http://www.cygnetserv.com/public/horrath.jpg
(500KB - takes some time to load, especially on a dial-up connection).

Ernie Fine
Vienna, VA

-----Original Message-----
From: Tracy LeSage [mailto:tlesage@triad.rr.com]

A co-worker has an item that
his father-in-law brought home after World War II. They have a lot of
questions about this disk. The ultimate goal is to return this disk to
the family if possible (or if wanted).


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Refugee organisation in Vienna 1939 #general

Robert Fraser <rgfraser@...>
 

When my late Mother left Vienna in August 1939 for the United Kingdom,
a Jewish refugee organisation was still operating there. I'm curious to
find out which one it was. No details appear in any of her personal
documents or memoirs.

Could it have been the "Joint", mentioned recently on JGEN or perhaps
was it a local organisation?

Any suggestions appreciated

Gut Yomtov

Robert W Fraser
Perth, Western Australia
rgfraser@iinet.net.au


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Machzike Hadath Anshei Zborow - how do I locate temple records? #general

Judith27
 

The 1939 WPA listing would appear to be for a shul that was by then
defunct and no longer in existence. In the section for "Former Synagogue
Locations" in Oscar Israelowitz's *Synagogues of New York City ~ History
of a Jewish Community* there is a listing on page 80 for a Machzikel
Hadath Anshei Zborow that once used to be at 89 Ridge Street, Manhattan,
New York, but no time frame is given.
You might check the listing in the microfilm of the 1939 WPA Project
which is at the NYC Municipal Archives, as some of the defunct card
entries occasionally gave some additional information, such as location,
and year of organization, and if the shul possibly merged with another
synagogue. However, many of the defunct shul cards have no further data.
You might also check for possible listings in the various Manhattan
City Directories to see if there was any listing for this shul when it was
in existence or for possible incorporation papers in Manhattan.
Shanah Tovah,
Judi Langer-Surnamer Caplan
Long Beach, NY

<< Subject: Machzike Hadath Anshei Zborow - how do I locate temple records?
From: "Michael Kranish" <mkranish@REMOVETHIShotmail.com>
Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 16:55:24 -0500
X-Message-Number: 33

Dear Group,
I am trying to determine if there are any records, newsletters, etc.
>from a now-defunct Manhattan temple called Machzike Hadath Anshei
Zborow. This is according to the Works Progress Administration (WPA)
Federal Writers Project Survey of State and Local Historical Records
(1939) Church Records Jewish - Synagogue. >>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Landsmanshaft organization Query #general

jselig3460@...
 

Genners:
I have often pondered the question of whether or not all members of a
landsmanshaft come >from the shtetl,or vicinity, upon which the
organization is based. How do we then account for so many of the married
couples being members? I suspect that, often, membership is a practical
and social convenience.
Nevertheless, the intense emotional attachment to a former world must be
present. I can only put it to our membership, to recall the conversations
from their childhood when keeping an ear open to the conversation of their
elders to bring enlightenment to this subject. My research in this area
provides only conjecture, not hard data.

Jerome Seligsohn
NYC
SELIGSOHN and ELKIN of Mogilev


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen HORWITZ / BRUCKHEIMER / FEINSTEIN #general

john maginnis <jmaginnis@...>
 

Searhing for Isaac Charles HORWITZ b. 1908 at 92 St. Nicholas Ave. NY
father Charles b. WI. mother Sarah BRUCKHEIMER b. wash D.C.
Could anyone offer any help?
thank you. john maginnis san diego jmaginnis@yahoo.com

Isaac Charles Horwitz m. to Ruth FEINSTEIN in 1957

In 1910 there is a Charles Horwitz (45) and wife Sarah (32) living on W.
74th St. NYC along with daughter Henrietta (8) and son I. Charles (1.5)
and a servant. Sarah was born i Washington the rest in NY. >from the
scribble it looks like he was a playwrite (hard to make out). ED 702 page
264B part 2


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for Marika VERO #general

Vivian Kahn <vkahn@...>
 

I'm trying to locate Marika (Maria) VERO, my second cousin. She was
born in Debrecen, Hungary, in 1942 and is the daughter of Piroska
MARKUS VERO, my father's first cousin, and Zoltan VERO. Piroska was
born in 1913 in Sepsiszentgyorgy, Hungary (now Sfate Gheorghiu,
Rom.). Zoltan was born in Nyirbator, Hungary in 1905 and was
reported missing on the Russian front in January 1943.

In December 1949, Marika was living with her mother, stepfather Bandi
(Andras?) and a 17-year old step-brother in Budapest. The family may
have emigrated to Argentina or Chile in 1956-57.

Any info or suggestions on how to trace this family will be appreciated.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen NYS Census 1905 - indexed by street addresses for Manh nd part of the Bronx #general

Diane Jacobs <kingart@...>
 

Dear Evan,
I don't know who your family are but there is a l905 NYS Census
which is indexed by address for Manhattan. I have found many
family that way >from the manifests and then checking the
l905, 1915 and 1925 NYS and 1910 US Censuses. They are
available at the NYPL at Fifth AVenue and 42nd Street. But
remember they are now closed on Mondays.

Diane Jacobs
N ew York

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?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Encyclopedia of Galacia Jewry:Sages of Galicia #general

JANICE GOLDMAN <jg2333@...>
 

Dear Jewishgenners:
Do you know if this encyclopedia by Rabbi Meir is available in
translated in to English, and if so, where I may be able to find it?
Thank you.
Janice Goldman
jg2333@msn.com
Chicago, IL USA

GOLDMAN: Turkey/Romania: Nedzian (?),Istanbul
GOLDEMBERG/GOLDBERG: Turkey/Romania: Istanbul,Tulcea
MARCU/MARCOVICI/MARCUS: Romania: Bacua, Piatra Neamu
KLEIN/KLINE: Russia/Ukraine (Odessa, Kiev, or Kishinev)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Wanted: Toronto conference experiences #general

Sallyann Sack <sallyann.sack@...>
 

Dear Colleagues,

For a feature on the value of Jewish genealogical conferences, especially
those outside of major research centers, Avotaynu would like to hear from
those who had personal research successes as a result of the recent Toronto
conference. It might be a lecture that had particular relevance, a database
with information about an ancestor[s], a tip picked up while networking, or
something else.

Please send your contributions to me at this e-mail address.

Thank you.

Sallyann Amdur Sack, Ph.D.
Editor, Avotaynu, the International Review of Jewish Genealogy


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen We remember Glowaczow Poland! #general

Ada Holtzman <ada01@...>
 

I am pleased to announce a new web page dedicated to the memory of a
small lost Jewish community in the Kielce region of Poland: Glowaczow.
The new URL is:
http://www.zchor.org/glowaczow/glowaczow.htm

Shana Tova v'Shalom

Ada Holtzman
Web Site: http://www.zchor.org

MODERATOR NOTE: On the Glowaczow page, scroll down for the English text.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Buchenwald Concentration Camp #general

Ernest Fine <efine@...>
 

Tracy sent me the image, and with her permission I am posting it.
A small version of the image is available at
http://www.cygnetserv.com/public/horrath_m.jpg
and a larger one at
http://www.cygnetserv.com/public/horrath.jpg
(500KB - takes some time to load, especially on a dial-up connection).

Ernie Fine
Vienna, VA

-----Original Message-----
From: Tracy LeSage [mailto:tlesage@triad.rr.com]

A co-worker has an item that
his father-in-law brought home after World War II. They have a lot of
questions about this disk. The ultimate goal is to return this disk to
the family if possible (or if wanted).