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Can You Identify Alexander GOLDBERG From His Photo, No. 1787? #general

Carole Glick Feinberg <feincgs@...>
 

Dear Friends,

Holiday greetings to all.

I hope someone can give me a lead regarding cousin
Alexander GOLDBERG, who may have been born in Galicia
(Drohobycz?) circa 1880s-1890s. It is believed he
survived HaShoah in Belgium. Traveled to Israel to visit
family (1930s?). Lived in the States, perhaps Chicago.
Believed to have married Leah KAPLAN.

Alexander was a *colorful* man but I can't pick up his
trail.

His photo may be accessed at ViewMate:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/source/vm1787.html

Many thanks for your taking the time to view his
photograph.

Carole Glick Feinberg
Atlanta, GA, USA
feincgs@cs.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Can You Identify Alexander GOLDBERG From His Photo, No. 1787? #general

Carole Glick Feinberg <feincgs@...>
 

Dear Friends,

Holiday greetings to all.

I hope someone can give me a lead regarding cousin
Alexander GOLDBERG, who may have been born in Galicia
(Drohobycz?) circa 1880s-1890s. It is believed he
survived HaShoah in Belgium. Traveled to Israel to visit
family (1930s?). Lived in the States, perhaps Chicago.
Believed to have married Leah KAPLAN.

Alexander was a *colorful* man but I can't pick up his
trail.

His photo may be accessed at ViewMate:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/source/vm1787.html

Many thanks for your taking the time to view his
photograph.

Carole Glick Feinberg
Atlanta, GA, USA
feincgs@cs.com


Music of our Land #lithuania

Howard V. Epstein <hvepstein@...>
 

Can anyone suggestion an appropriate source for purchasing orchestrated
CD's of the folk music of Latvia and Lithuania.

Howard V. Epstein
Answer directly to: hvepstein@attbi.com


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Music of our Land #lithuania

Howard V. Epstein <hvepstein@...>
 

Can anyone suggestion an appropriate source for purchasing orchestrated
CD's of the folk music of Latvia and Lithuania.

Howard V. Epstein
Answer directly to: hvepstein@attbi.com


Shtetl PAMAZUPIAI/PAMAZHUPYAY #lithuania

James R. Platt <jrplatt@...>
 

Does anyone have specific information about the shtetl
PAMAZUPIAI/PAMAZHUPYAY and its residents - I've not found much in the ALD or in a search of LITVAK SIG archives. Thank you.

James R. Platt


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Shtetl PAMAZUPIAI/PAMAZHUPYAY #lithuania

James R. Platt <jrplatt@...>
 

Does anyone have specific information about the shtetl
PAMAZUPIAI/PAMAZHUPYAY and its residents - I've not found much in the ALD or in a search of LITVAK SIG archives. Thank you.

James R. Platt


Oshmaner Society: Israel #lithuania

Clifford L Karchmer <rabinowitz@...>
 

I am trying to get the name and mailing address of the
person in charge of the Oshmaner Society in Israel.

I understand that the organization is still active, and my family
needs to trace ancestors who lived and died in Oshmiany.

Thanks,

Clifford Karchmer

Researching: Rabinowitz, Karchmer, Milner, Davidson, from
VISHNEVO, ALYTUS, LIPNISHKES,
OSHMIANY, AND SVENCIONYS


MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Oshmaner Society: Israel #lithuania

Clifford L Karchmer <rabinowitz@...>
 

I am trying to get the name and mailing address of the
person in charge of the Oshmaner Society in Israel.

I understand that the organization is still active, and my family
needs to trace ancestors who lived and died in Oshmiany.

Thanks,

Clifford Karchmer

Researching: Rabinowitz, Karchmer, Milner, Davidson, from
VISHNEVO, ALYTUS, LIPNISHKES,
OSHMIANY, AND SVENCIONYS


MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately.


Tracing roots in Lithuania #lithuania

Susan Tait Porcaro <Suetaitporcaro@...>
 

Does anyone know how I would begin to trace roots back in Lithuania? My
husband's ggggrandfather, Simon Sharpe (I'm assuming his name was
anglicized - but >from what?) came >from Vilnius with his wife, Zelia Borofsky (or Borison) in about 1892 and settled in Nashua, NH. I have a lot of info on them after they emigrate, but now comes the part I've been
dreading...going back to the old country. I have no idea who/where to
contact. Thank you so much.

Sincerely
Sue Tait Porcaro
Windsor, CT

MODERATOR'S NOTE: A good place to start learning about all the various avenues of Lithuanian Research is the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) on the LitvakSIG homepage at <www.jewishgen.org/Litvak/faqs.htm> Since you know your family came >from Vilnius, you will want to join LitvakSIG's Vilna District Research Group. Contact Coordinator Joel Ratner at <joelrat@aol.com>


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Tracing roots in Lithuania #lithuania

Susan Tait Porcaro <Suetaitporcaro@...>
 

Does anyone know how I would begin to trace roots back in Lithuania? My
husband's ggggrandfather, Simon Sharpe (I'm assuming his name was
anglicized - but >from what?) came >from Vilnius with his wife, Zelia Borofsky (or Borison) in about 1892 and settled in Nashua, NH. I have a lot of info on them after they emigrate, but now comes the part I've been
dreading...going back to the old country. I have no idea who/where to
contact. Thank you so much.

Sincerely
Sue Tait Porcaro
Windsor, CT

MODERATOR'S NOTE: A good place to start learning about all the various avenues of Lithuanian Research is the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) on the LitvakSIG homepage at <www.jewishgen.org/Litvak/faqs.htm> Since you know your family came >from Vilnius, you will want to join LitvakSIG's Vilna District Research Group. Contact Coordinator Joel Ratner at <joelrat@aol.com>


Re: CORRECTION #hungary

Yitshaq Neiman <yneiman@...>
 

** Reply to message >from "Yitshaq Neiman" <yneiman@hashkedim.com> on Mon, 23
Sep 2002 06:25:31 GMT

** Reply to message >from Fbussgang@aol.com on Fri, 20 Sep 2002 10:46:52 -0400
(EDT)


In a message dated 9/20/02 4:11:41 AM, jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org writes:

<< WOLFUSSOWNA- photo >>

The suffix "owna" simply means unmarried woman, so this refers to Miss
Wolfuss. If it had been Wolfussowa, it would have been Mrs. Wolfuss.

Fay Bussgang
Lexington, MA
No, it is not that she is unmarried; it is simply the marker of a feminine
patronymic, exactly as "-ovitch" for the masculine patronymic. The difference
between the two suffixes is that one is a patronymic, the other a surname.

Just as a man (single, married, or widowed) is Oleg Petrovitch Ivanov, his
married sister is Olga Petrovna Ivanova.
Just to avoid confusion: Of course, if Olga is married, her surname would no
linger be the same as that of her brother Ivan; now she is Olga Petrovna
Borisova.


Re: Searching MARKIEWITZ, BROSCA, LIBERMECZ - Question about Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation #poland

Ryszard Plutecki <Ryszard@...>
 

Hello,

Since my family and myself was borne in Sosnowiec let me give you short
comment.
1. There was not concentration camp in Sosnowiec. There was "only"
getto. The Auschwitz is only 40 km away >from Sosnowiec.
2. At the beginning of 20 th century there was an industrial boom in
Sosnowiec. There were many coal mines and steel works so it is rather
unlikely that Markiewicz(s) was farmer. Sosnowiec belonged to Russia (in
the form of so called Kingdom of Poland). The Upper Silesia
(Oberschlesing) belonged to Prussia. Sosnowiec ( its South part) was a
border point between Prussia/Austria and Russia till the end of WW I
(1918).

Regards,
Ryszard Plutecki

-----Original Message-----
From: Susana Leistner Bloch [mailto:bloch@mts.net]
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 12:40 AM
To: JRI-Poland
Subject: [jri-pl] Searching MARKIEWITZ, BROSCA, LIBERMECZ - Question
about Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation


Visit the JRI-Poland web site at http://www.jri-poland.org Jewish
Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is an independent non-profit U.S.
tax-exempt organization. The JRI-Poland mailing list and database are
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We are posting this message on behalf of Reina Benaderet de Navarro.
The
message was received in Spanish. This is the translation:

<< My grandfather: he was called Zigmund MARKIEWITZ BROSCA (at least
this
is the way he appeared in his documents in Uruguay), my mother went two
years ago to the Polish embassy in Uruguay (that is where my grandfather

lived) and they told her that his last name was MARKOWICZ, been born in
Poland in 1903, in the city of Sosnovicz [Sosnowiec] , but it seems that
he
went later to Oberchlesing. His father's name was Moises Markowicz, his

mother Blima Brosca.

According to the Polish ambassador my grandfather had a brother called
Jacobo Mayer Markowicz born in 1901 married with Estela Malka LIBERMECZ,

they had two children, Moises Markowicz born 21/09/1929 and Frimeta
Markowicz born 31/12/1930. According to the information that I have
(also
from the embassy) there was a concentration camp in Sosnovicz and almost
all those that were Jews died. According to what my grandfather told us,
we
think that his parents were farmers.

What we did not manage to understand with my mother, is why we received
a
request to claim some account in Switzerland (In Re Holocaust Victim
Assets
Litigation) if we never tried to find out or demanded anything, how did
they found out of grandfather's existence and how did they know where we

lived? I believe that the form arrived in the yr. 2000

I salute you and hope that you can help me. >from here, thank you very
much
. Shalom, Reina >>

If you can help Reina in her search, please reply to < bloch@escape.ca
Thank You.

Susana Leistner Bloch
Project Manager, JewishGen International Desk



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JRI Poland #Poland Re: CORRECTION #poland

Yitshaq Neiman <yneiman@...>
 

** Reply to message >from "Yitshaq Neiman" <yneiman@hashkedim.com> on Mon, 23
Sep 2002 06:25:31 GMT

** Reply to message >from Fbussgang@aol.com on Fri, 20 Sep 2002 10:46:52 -0400
(EDT)


In a message dated 9/20/02 4:11:41 AM, jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org writes:

<< WOLFUSSOWNA- photo >>

The suffix "owna" simply means unmarried woman, so this refers to Miss
Wolfuss. If it had been Wolfussowa, it would have been Mrs. Wolfuss.

Fay Bussgang
Lexington, MA
No, it is not that she is unmarried; it is simply the marker of a feminine
patronymic, exactly as "-ovitch" for the masculine patronymic. The difference
between the two suffixes is that one is a patronymic, the other a surname.

Just as a man (single, married, or widowed) is Oleg Petrovitch Ivanov, his
married sister is Olga Petrovna Ivanova.
Just to avoid confusion: Of course, if Olga is married, her surname would no
linger be the same as that of her brother Ivan; now she is Olga Petrovna
Borisova.


JRI Poland #Poland RE: Searching MARKIEWITZ, BROSCA, LIBERMECZ - Question about Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation #poland

Ryszard Plutecki <Ryszard@...>
 

Hello,

Since my family and myself was borne in Sosnowiec let me give you short
comment.
1. There was not concentration camp in Sosnowiec. There was "only"
getto. The Auschwitz is only 40 km away >from Sosnowiec.
2. At the beginning of 20 th century there was an industrial boom in
Sosnowiec. There were many coal mines and steel works so it is rather
unlikely that Markiewicz(s) was farmer. Sosnowiec belonged to Russia (in
the form of so called Kingdom of Poland). The Upper Silesia
(Oberschlesing) belonged to Prussia. Sosnowiec ( its South part) was a
border point between Prussia/Austria and Russia till the end of WW I
(1918).

Regards,
Ryszard Plutecki

-----Original Message-----
From: Susana Leistner Bloch [mailto:bloch@mts.net]
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 12:40 AM
To: JRI-Poland
Subject: [jri-pl] Searching MARKIEWITZ, BROSCA, LIBERMECZ - Question
about Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation


Visit the JRI-Poland web site at http://www.jri-poland.org Jewish
Records Indexing - Poland, Inc. is an independent non-profit U.S.
tax-exempt organization. The JRI-Poland mailing list and database are
hosted by JewishGen.




We are posting this message on behalf of Reina Benaderet de Navarro.
The
message was received in Spanish. This is the translation:

<< My grandfather: he was called Zigmund MARKIEWITZ BROSCA (at least
this
is the way he appeared in his documents in Uruguay), my mother went two
years ago to the Polish embassy in Uruguay (that is where my grandfather

lived) and they told her that his last name was MARKOWICZ, been born in
Poland in 1903, in the city of Sosnovicz [Sosnowiec] , but it seems that
he
went later to Oberchlesing. His father's name was Moises Markowicz, his

mother Blima Brosca.

According to the Polish ambassador my grandfather had a brother called
Jacobo Mayer Markowicz born in 1901 married with Estela Malka LIBERMECZ,

they had two children, Moises Markowicz born 21/09/1929 and Frimeta
Markowicz born 31/12/1930. According to the information that I have
(also
from the embassy) there was a concentration camp in Sosnovicz and almost
all those that were Jews died. According to what my grandfather told us,
we
think that his parents were farmers.

What we did not manage to understand with my mother, is why we received
a
request to claim some account in Switzerland (In Re Holocaust Victim
Assets
Litigation) if we never tried to find out or demanded anything, how did
they found out of grandfather's existence and how did they know where we

lived? I believe that the form arrived in the yr. 2000

I salute you and hope that you can help me. >from here, thank you very
much
. Shalom, Reina >>

If you can help Reina in her search, please reply to < bloch@escape.ca
Thank You.

Susana Leistner Bloch
Project Manager, JewishGen International Desk



Visit the JRI-Poland web site at http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/
Post messages to <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>

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support JRI-Poland and its many individual projects - such as indexing
of records >from your ancestral town - please send your checks - marked
with the town name or project for which the money is being donated - to:
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland, c/o Sheila Salo, Treasurer,5607
Greenleaf Rd., Cheverly, MD20785 or pay by Visa or MasterCard at:
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R' Yosef Karo #rabbinic

Chaya minna sapirman
 

Dear RavSiggers,

Is anyone out there researching the descent line of Rabbi Yosef Karo
(1400-1500's)?

Our family comes >from Romania and on my gggrandfather's tombstone is
written that he descends >from Rabbi Karo.

Thanking you in advance.

M.Sapirman
mailto:sapirman@sympatico.ca


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic R' Yosef Karo #rabbinic

Chaya minna sapirman
 

Dear RavSiggers,

Is anyone out there researching the descent line of Rabbi Yosef Karo
(1400-1500's)?

Our family comes >from Romania and on my gggrandfather's tombstone is
written that he descends >from Rabbi Karo.

Thanking you in advance.

M.Sapirman
mailto:sapirman@sympatico.ca


Re: R' Yomtov Lipmann Heller #rabbinic

Mehadrin@...
 

On 2002.09.22, Susan Edel <susan@deldent.com> wrote:

I am looking for the book "Mi Moshe ad Moshe" by R. Solomon Zvi
Schick. Does anyone know where I can find it in Israel. It is the
genealogy of R. Yomtov Lipmann HELLER.
I have a copy of the book MiMoshe ad Moshe by Rabbi Shlomo Zvi
Schuck (my great-great-uncle) but it is not a complete genealogy of
Rabbi Yomtov HELLER (Tosfos Yom Tov) only tracing the descent of his
own family line.

Rabbi A Marmorstein
New York City


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: R' Yomtov Lipmann Heller #rabbinic

Mehadrin@...
 

On 2002.09.22, Susan Edel <susan@deldent.com> wrote:

I am looking for the book "Mi Moshe ad Moshe" by R. Solomon Zvi
Schick. Does anyone know where I can find it in Israel. It is the
genealogy of R. Yomtov Lipmann HELLER.
I have a copy of the book MiMoshe ad Moshe by Rabbi Shlomo Zvi
Schuck (my great-great-uncle) but it is not a complete genealogy of
Rabbi Yomtov HELLER (Tosfos Yom Tov) only tracing the descent of his
own family line.

Rabbi A Marmorstein
New York City


Re: R' Yaakov Yitzhak - HaYehudi HaKadosh #rabbinic

Yocheved Klausner
 

On 2002.09.18, Melinda Korbman <MKorbman@levi.com> wrote:

[...] Where could I find more information on him and his lineage?
Dear Melinda,

Sorry for my late reply. R' Yacov Yitzchak RABINOVITZ 1766-1813
known also as the "Holy Jew" was >from Przysucha (pronounced
Pshischa). He was inspired by R' Moshe Leib m' Sasow, R' David
BIEDERMAN m' Lalow and the "Seer of Lublin" R' Yakov Yitzchak
HOROVITZ. He founded the Pshischa Dynasty in the chassidc movement
considered the fifth generation of this movement. He had thousands
of followers and the Dynasty is viable even today. Some of his
decendants live today in Tiberias.

Below I am sending you the five generations descendants list of his
grandfather R' Elchanan. Naturally errors and mistakes may have
crept in the data. In case you may detect one please call my
attention to it.

Numbers marked with # are code numbers of the person.
Numbers in square brackets are the numbers of the references.
The location of the asterisk * behind the dots represents the number
of the generation.
You may always refer to the numbers # that identify the person.

I hope the list is readable and clear. If not, don'’t hesitate to
write to me. I would appreciate also if you would share with me any
complementary information and data you may have as well as your
connection to that line.

Best regards and have a happy Sukkoth holiday

DESCENDANTS OF: Elchanan Unknown 23-Sep-2002

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

* Elchanan Unknown #60509 [94]
m. Unknown Unknown #60510 [94]
. * Asher b' Elchanan Unknown #60507 [94]
m. Unknown Unknown #60508 [94]
. . * Yakov Yitzchak b' Asher Rabinovitz #1532 [3',94,126,127]
b. -___-1766 d. -___-1813
m. Unknown B' David Biederman m' Lelow #1533 [3',127]
. . . * Yerachmiel Moshe b' YakovYit Rabinovitz #1999
[3',58,126,127] b. -___-1784 d. -___-1839
m. Golda b' Dov Ber Unknown #4449 [58,126,127]
. . . . * Chaya b' Yerachmiel Rabinovitz #8246 [58,126,127]
m. Elimelech b' Chayim MeirYechiel Shapira
#8245 [58,126,127] b. -___-1824 d. -___-1892
. . . . * Natan David I b' Yerachmiel Rabinovitz #35140
[126,127] b. -___-1814 d. -___-1865
m. Dvora Perl Unknown #35149 [127,2004]
. . . . * Yakov Yitzchak E b' Yerachmiel Rabinovitz #35141
[126,127] ( ) -d. -___-1873
m. Unknown b' Dov Ber Shapira #35142 [126,127]
. . . . * Bracha b' Yerachmiel Rabinovitz #35170 [126,127]
m. Zvi Rappaport m'Dubienka #46244 [126]
. . . * Yehoshua D Asher b' Yakov Y. Rabinovitz #1534
[3',94,126,127] b. -___-1804 d. -___-1862
m. Unknown Unknown #1535 [3',127]
. . . . * Yakov Zvi b' Yehoshua Asher Rabinovitz #2001 [3',127]
( ) -d. -___-1888 m. Unknown Unknown #2003 [3',127]
. . . . * Avraham b' Yehoshua Asher Rabinovitz #1536 [3',127]
( ) -d. -___-1912 m. Unknown Unknown #1537 [3',127]
. . . . * Meir Shalom b' YehoshuaAsher Rabinovitz #2002 [3',126,127]
( ) -d. -___-1902
m. Unknown b'Yakov Zvi Rabinovitz #35144 [127]
. . . . * Arye Mordechay b' Yehoshua A.Rabinovitz #2000 [3']
m. Unknown Unknown #1500 [3']
. . . * Nechemya b' Yakov Yitzchak Rabinovitz #1998 [94,127]
b. -___-1808 d. -___-1852
m. Reisl b' Chayim Gedalya Unknown #35145 [127,2004]
. . . . * Chayim Gedalya b' Nechemya Rabinovitz #35146 [126,127]
b. -___-1833 d. -___-1904
m. Unknown b'Natan Leib m' Rymanow #35148 [127]
. . . . * Yakov Yitzchak b' Nechemya Rabinovitz #35147 [126,127]
m. Unknown Unknown #40531 [127]
. . . . * David b' Nechemya Rabinovitz #54845 [126]
. . . . * Bezalel b' Nechemya Rabinovitz #54846 [94,126]
m. Unknown b' Yekutiel Shmuel Erblich #54847 [126]
. . . * Rivka Rachel b' Yakov Yitzchak Rabinovitz #36813 [127]
m. Moshe b' David Biederman m' Lelow #36810 [126,127]
b. -___-1777 d. -___-1850
. . . . * Elazar Menachem Mendl b' Moshe Biederman #36818 [126,127]
b. -___-1827 d. -___-1883 m. Matl Feyge b'Zvi #36820 [127]
. . . . * Yitzchak David b' Moshe Biederman #36819 [127]
( ) -d. -___-1886 m. Unknown Unknown #40509 [127]
. . . . * Shlomo Yechiel b' Moshe Biederman #36831 [127]
m. Unknown b' Yosef [Horovitz m' Toroczyna #36832 [127]
. . . * Unknown b' Yakov Yitzchak Rabinovitz #37669 [127]
m. Shmuel Refaels #37670 [127]
. . . . * Unknown b'Shmuel Refaels #37668 [127]
m. Avraham Moshe b' Simcha Bunim Unknown #37667 [127]
b. -___-1800 d. -___-1828

Dr. Yehuda Klausner

Searching:
KLAUSNER (KLAUZNER, CLOISNER, KLUZNER, etc.), BARZAM, KADISH, BUSHKE
(BOSHKE), ZEINWIRT (ZENVIRT), EILENBERG (ILENBERG), LIEBERMAN (all
spellings), WITKIND, HOCHGELEHRNTER (GELEHRNTER), ENGLMAN
(ENGELMAN), IROM (IRAM) TEUMIM, MICHELSON Great Britain, South
Africa, Rhodesia etc.), Descendants of Moshe ben Meir KATZNELENBOGEN
of Chelm, HERLING, KATZ, (HaCOHEN, KAHANE, COHEN, etc.) from
Galicia, GRINBERG (all spellings)


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: R' Yaakov Yitzhak - HaYehudi HaKadosh #rabbinic

Yocheved Klausner
 

On 2002.09.18, Melinda Korbman <MKorbman@levi.com> wrote:

[...] Where could I find more information on him and his lineage?
Dear Melinda,

Sorry for my late reply. R' Yacov Yitzchak RABINOVITZ 1766-1813
known also as the "Holy Jew" was >from Przysucha (pronounced
Pshischa). He was inspired by R' Moshe Leib m' Sasow, R' David
BIEDERMAN m' Lalow and the "Seer of Lublin" R' Yakov Yitzchak
HOROVITZ. He founded the Pshischa Dynasty in the chassidc movement
considered the fifth generation of this movement. He had thousands
of followers and the Dynasty is viable even today. Some of his
decendants live today in Tiberias.

Below I am sending you the five generations descendants list of his
grandfather R' Elchanan. Naturally errors and mistakes may have
crept in the data. In case you may detect one please call my
attention to it.

Numbers marked with # are code numbers of the person.
Numbers in square brackets are the numbers of the references.
The location of the asterisk * behind the dots represents the number
of the generation.
You may always refer to the numbers # that identify the person.

I hope the list is readable and clear. If not, don'’t hesitate to
write to me. I would appreciate also if you would share with me any
complementary information and data you may have as well as your
connection to that line.

Best regards and have a happy Sukkoth holiday

DESCENDANTS OF: Elchanan Unknown 23-Sep-2002

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

* Elchanan Unknown #60509 [94]
m. Unknown Unknown #60510 [94]
. * Asher b' Elchanan Unknown #60507 [94]
m. Unknown Unknown #60508 [94]
. . * Yakov Yitzchak b' Asher Rabinovitz #1532 [3',94,126,127]
b. -___-1766 d. -___-1813
m. Unknown B' David Biederman m' Lelow #1533 [3',127]
. . . * Yerachmiel Moshe b' YakovYit Rabinovitz #1999
[3',58,126,127] b. -___-1784 d. -___-1839
m. Golda b' Dov Ber Unknown #4449 [58,126,127]
. . . . * Chaya b' Yerachmiel Rabinovitz #8246 [58,126,127]
m. Elimelech b' Chayim MeirYechiel Shapira
#8245 [58,126,127] b. -___-1824 d. -___-1892
. . . . * Natan David I b' Yerachmiel Rabinovitz #35140
[126,127] b. -___-1814 d. -___-1865
m. Dvora Perl Unknown #35149 [127,2004]
. . . . * Yakov Yitzchak E b' Yerachmiel Rabinovitz #35141
[126,127] ( ) -d. -___-1873
m. Unknown b' Dov Ber Shapira #35142 [126,127]
. . . . * Bracha b' Yerachmiel Rabinovitz #35170 [126,127]
m. Zvi Rappaport m'Dubienka #46244 [126]
. . . * Yehoshua D Asher b' Yakov Y. Rabinovitz #1534
[3',94,126,127] b. -___-1804 d. -___-1862
m. Unknown Unknown #1535 [3',127]
. . . . * Yakov Zvi b' Yehoshua Asher Rabinovitz #2001 [3',127]
( ) -d. -___-1888 m. Unknown Unknown #2003 [3',127]
. . . . * Avraham b' Yehoshua Asher Rabinovitz #1536 [3',127]
( ) -d. -___-1912 m. Unknown Unknown #1537 [3',127]
. . . . * Meir Shalom b' YehoshuaAsher Rabinovitz #2002 [3',126,127]
( ) -d. -___-1902
m. Unknown b'Yakov Zvi Rabinovitz #35144 [127]
. . . . * Arye Mordechay b' Yehoshua A.Rabinovitz #2000 [3']
m. Unknown Unknown #1500 [3']
. . . * Nechemya b' Yakov Yitzchak Rabinovitz #1998 [94,127]
b. -___-1808 d. -___-1852
m. Reisl b' Chayim Gedalya Unknown #35145 [127,2004]
. . . . * Chayim Gedalya b' Nechemya Rabinovitz #35146 [126,127]
b. -___-1833 d. -___-1904
m. Unknown b'Natan Leib m' Rymanow #35148 [127]
. . . . * Yakov Yitzchak b' Nechemya Rabinovitz #35147 [126,127]
m. Unknown Unknown #40531 [127]
. . . . * David b' Nechemya Rabinovitz #54845 [126]
. . . . * Bezalel b' Nechemya Rabinovitz #54846 [94,126]
m. Unknown b' Yekutiel Shmuel Erblich #54847 [126]
. . . * Rivka Rachel b' Yakov Yitzchak Rabinovitz #36813 [127]
m. Moshe b' David Biederman m' Lelow #36810 [126,127]
b. -___-1777 d. -___-1850
. . . . * Elazar Menachem Mendl b' Moshe Biederman #36818 [126,127]
b. -___-1827 d. -___-1883 m. Matl Feyge b'Zvi #36820 [127]
. . . . * Yitzchak David b' Moshe Biederman #36819 [127]
( ) -d. -___-1886 m. Unknown Unknown #40509 [127]
. . . . * Shlomo Yechiel b' Moshe Biederman #36831 [127]
m. Unknown b' Yosef [Horovitz m' Toroczyna #36832 [127]
. . . * Unknown b' Yakov Yitzchak Rabinovitz #37669 [127]
m. Shmuel Refaels #37670 [127]
. . . . * Unknown b'Shmuel Refaels #37668 [127]
m. Avraham Moshe b' Simcha Bunim Unknown #37667 [127]
b. -___-1800 d. -___-1828

Dr. Yehuda Klausner

Searching:
KLAUSNER (KLAUZNER, CLOISNER, KLUZNER, etc.), BARZAM, KADISH, BUSHKE
(BOSHKE), ZEINWIRT (ZENVIRT), EILENBERG (ILENBERG), LIEBERMAN (all
spellings), WITKIND, HOCHGELEHRNTER (GELEHRNTER), ENGLMAN
(ENGELMAN), IROM (IRAM) TEUMIM, MICHELSON Great Britain, South
Africa, Rhodesia etc.), Descendants of Moshe ben Meir KATZNELENBOGEN
of Chelm, HERLING, KATZ, (HaCOHEN, KAHANE, COHEN, etc.) from
Galicia, GRINBERG (all spellings)