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HERTZ and JAFFE rabbinic lines #rabbinic

Tracy Fish <tsfishphotography@...>
 

Hello all. There are two last names I am interested in:

1. HERTZ: I am wondering if anybody has any connection or ancestral
information on the paternal lineage of former Chief Rabbi of the
British Empire, Joseph Herman HERTZ or advice on how to perhaps extend
my research.

His father Simon HERTZ is the brother to Sarah HERTZ (married WEIS) my 2XGG.

2. JAFFE: Trying to learn if my JAFFE family is connected to the Rabbi
Mordecai JAFFE lineage that is documented. Seeking advice as to best
methods for learning possible connections.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday to those celebrating!

Tracy Fish, NY & NV
tsfishphotography@gmail.com

Names researching: CHELMINSKI, DORINSON, FISCH, FRIEDMAN, GORDON,
HERTZ, JAFFE, KAPLAN, KLEIN, LEIBOWITZ, LUNGSMAN, MARKOVSKY (MARKS),
SINGER, WEGODA, WEIS


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic HERTZ and JAFFE rabbinic lines #rabbinic

Tracy Fish <tsfishphotography@...>
 

Hello all. There are two last names I am interested in:

1. HERTZ: I am wondering if anybody has any connection or ancestral
information on the paternal lineage of former Chief Rabbi of the
British Empire, Joseph Herman HERTZ or advice on how to perhaps extend
my research.

His father Simon HERTZ is the brother to Sarah HERTZ (married WEIS) my 2XGG.

2. JAFFE: Trying to learn if my JAFFE family is connected to the Rabbi
Mordecai JAFFE lineage that is documented. Seeking advice as to best
methods for learning possible connections.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday to those celebrating!

Tracy Fish, NY & NV
tsfishphotography@gmail.com

Names researching: CHELMINSKI, DORINSON, FISCH, FRIEDMAN, GORDON,
HERTZ, JAFFE, KAPLAN, KLEIN, LEIBOWITZ, LUNGSMAN, MARKOVSKY (MARKS),
SINGER, WEGODA, WEIS


JGSGB Sussex Group - Autumn Meeting: Wed 29 Nov #unitedkingdom

Michael Shade
 

JGSGB Sussex Group - Autumn Meeting
Wednesday 29 November, 19:00-21:30

Ralli Hall, 81 Denmark Villas, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 3TH

'Volunteers, Conscripts and Conventionists - Frankensteins at War:
1914-18'

Michael Shade delves into the archives to discover the widely differing
wartime experiences of a dozen members of one extended family.

After a break for refreshment, we'll have a brief report on
local initiatives to recover the history of Sussex's Jewish
community, and an Ask and Share Workshop: bring your questions and share
your experience.

Open to anyone interested in Jewish Family History; JGSGB Members free,
non-Members £3.

Ralli Hall is opposite Hove Station, no car parking on site. Local map
with access information will be sent on request.

If you intend coming, or have any queries, please contact me at the
email address below.

Michael Shade
Convenor, JGSGB Sussex Group
michael@michalska.net


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom JGSGB Sussex Group - Autumn Meeting: Wed 29 Nov #unitedkingdom

Michael Shade
 

JGSGB Sussex Group - Autumn Meeting
Wednesday 29 November, 19:00-21:30

Ralli Hall, 81 Denmark Villas, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 3TH

'Volunteers, Conscripts and Conventionists - Frankensteins at War:
1914-18'

Michael Shade delves into the archives to discover the widely differing
wartime experiences of a dozen members of one extended family.

After a break for refreshment, we'll have a brief report on
local initiatives to recover the history of Sussex's Jewish
community, and an Ask and Share Workshop: bring your questions and share
your experience.

Open to anyone interested in Jewish Family History; JGSGB Members free,
non-Members £3.

Ralli Hall is opposite Hove Station, no car parking on site. Local map
with access information will be sent on request.

If you intend coming, or have any queries, please contact me at the
email address below.

Michael Shade
Convenor, JGSGB Sussex Group
michael@michalska.net


Re: Nyitra Vital Records #hungary

voblath4148@...
 

I believe this message is in plain text. Could you advise me who I
contact regarding the status of the Nyitra marriages/death records
project? I am interested in assisting if translators are still
required.

Thank you.
Valerie Oblath

On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 11:04 PM, H-SIG digest
<h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:
H-SIG Digest for Tuesday, November 14, 2017.

1. New material in the Hungarian Databases

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: New material in the Hungarian Databases
From: ethnoca@yahoo.ca
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2017 23:56:40 +0000 (UTC)
X-Message-Number: 1

I am happy to announce that we were able to make another large upload into the
Hungarian databases, over 16000 entries this time. Besides the smaller projects of
Fuzer [Abauj-Torna], Monok [Zemplen] and Kisszeben [Saros], we also have some
additional data for Aranyosmeggyes [Szatmar] and Papa [Veszprem]. But the most
substential additions are the long awaited civil birth records for Kassa for the
years 1895-1915, and the huge Nyitra project - births only for now, marriages and
deaths are being readied for the next upload. A great big thank you goes for
these to Peter Absolon and Henry Wellisch respectively.

I would also like to remind our SIG members that if the new material will help in
the progress of your research, you can show your appreciation by making a small
donation towards further acquisitions.

Sarah Feuerstein

JewishGen Hungarian Vital Records Coordinator

Moderator: Many thanks to Sarah who has done a marvelous job coordinating this
effort and painstakingly reviewing the transcribed records before they are uploaded.
Volunteers like Sarah and those who transcribe records are essential to our effort
to continue to provide an outstanding resource for those researching their Hungarian
Jewish families. I you are unable to help transcribe records, please consider a
donation to allow us to continue acquiring new images >from archives overseas.



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Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Nyitra Vital Records #hungary

voblath4148@...
 

I believe this message is in plain text. Could you advise me who I
contact regarding the status of the Nyitra marriages/death records
project? I am interested in assisting if translators are still
required.

Thank you.
Valerie Oblath

On Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 11:04 PM, H-SIG digest
<h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:
H-SIG Digest for Tuesday, November 14, 2017.

1. New material in the Hungarian Databases

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: New material in the Hungarian Databases
From: ethnoca@yahoo.ca
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2017 23:56:40 +0000 (UTC)
X-Message-Number: 1

I am happy to announce that we were able to make another large upload into the
Hungarian databases, over 16000 entries this time. Besides the smaller projects of
Fuzer [Abauj-Torna], Monok [Zemplen] and Kisszeben [Saros], we also have some
additional data for Aranyosmeggyes [Szatmar] and Papa [Veszprem]. But the most
substential additions are the long awaited civil birth records for Kassa for the
years 1895-1915, and the huge Nyitra project - births only for now, marriages and
deaths are being readied for the next upload. A great big thank you goes for
these to Peter Absolon and Henry Wellisch respectively.

I would also like to remind our SIG members that if the new material will help in
the progress of your research, you can show your appreciation by making a small
donation towards further acquisitions.

Sarah Feuerstein

JewishGen Hungarian Vital Records Coordinator

Moderator: Many thanks to Sarah who has done a marvelous job coordinating this
effort and painstakingly reviewing the transcribed records before they are uploaded.
Volunteers like Sarah and those who transcribe records are essential to our effort
to continue to provide an outstanding resource for those researching their Hungarian
Jewish families. I you are unable to help transcribe records, please consider a
donation to allow us to continue acquiring new images >from archives overseas.



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and check out the fabulous Hungary Database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/
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donation question #hungary

drgoldin90@...
 

In appreciation for the huge upload of birth records >from the Nyitra project I would
like to make a donation. Is there a specific place to make my donation in support
of the ongoing work on the marriages and deaths? Thanks for the good work and for
the guidance.

Marge Goldin

Moderator: The best way for Marge and others to show their appreciation for H-SIG and
to support our ongoing work is with a donation to the Hungarian SIG General Fund. Go
to https://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=15 to
make your donation on-line.


Hungary SIG #Hungary donation question #hungary

drgoldin90@...
 

In appreciation for the huge upload of birth records >from the Nyitra project I would
like to make a donation. Is there a specific place to make my donation in support
of the ongoing work on the marriages and deaths? Thanks for the good work and for
the guidance.

Marge Goldin

Moderator: The best way for Marge and others to show their appreciation for H-SIG and
to support our ongoing work is with a donation to the Hungarian SIG General Fund. Go
to https://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=15 to
make your donation on-line.


Muszkal Family-Romania #romania

Lisa Muskal
 

Jaakob Dov Muszkal and Devora Jolan Muskal (husband-wife)
Does anyone have more information regarding this family?
I believe that they were members of the Satu Mare community.
While doing research on the Muszkal family in the Holocaust database,
I came across these pictures.

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/memberadmin/submissionsedit.asp?Loc=A&ID=61411
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/memberadmin/submissionsedit.asp?Loc=A&ID=61410
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/memberadmin/submissionsedit.asp?Loc=A&ID=61380

My Father in law survived Nordenhausen and Auschwitz. His name was
Shmuel Aryeh son of Yitzchok Aisik.
He told us that he lived on a farm and had sheep, cows and many fields
before the war.
His Father died due to a bullet wound in WWI
He came to USA sponsored by Muszkal family in Chicago.
He settled in Cleveland Ohio with other Muszkal family.
He had the picture of his "brother" Milach-Elimelech or Tzvi Hirsch Muszkal
He did not look like any of his brothers or sisters.
I am thinking there is another story and that it may be a cousin
When doing research on Shoah database, I found the picture of Jakob
Dov and Devorah Jolan Muszkal.
Milach looks very much like Devora Jolan.
I am hoping to gain more information regarding this family who lived
in Romania at that time.
Thank you.
--
Lisa Muskal
Cleveland Ohio USA


Romania SIG #Romania Muszkal Family-Romania #romania

Lisa Muskal
 

Jaakob Dov Muszkal and Devora Jolan Muskal (husband-wife)
Does anyone have more information regarding this family?
I believe that they were members of the Satu Mare community.
While doing research on the Muszkal family in the Holocaust database,
I came across these pictures.

https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/memberadmin/submissionsedit.asp?Loc=A&ID=61411
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/memberadmin/submissionsedit.asp?Loc=A&ID=61410
https://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/memberadmin/submissionsedit.asp?Loc=A&ID=61380

My Father in law survived Nordenhausen and Auschwitz. His name was
Shmuel Aryeh son of Yitzchok Aisik.
He told us that he lived on a farm and had sheep, cows and many fields
before the war.
His Father died due to a bullet wound in WWI
He came to USA sponsored by Muszkal family in Chicago.
He settled in Cleveland Ohio with other Muszkal family.
He had the picture of his "brother" Milach-Elimelech or Tzvi Hirsch Muszkal
He did not look like any of his brothers or sisters.
I am thinking there is another story and that it may be a cousin
When doing research on Shoah database, I found the picture of Jakob
Dov and Devorah Jolan Muszkal.
Milach looks very much like Devora Jolan.
I am hoping to gain more information regarding this family who lived
in Romania at that time.
Thank you.
--
Lisa Muskal
Cleveland Ohio USA


Kolki/VUGMAN #ukraine

David Goldman
 

Hello everybody. I have discovered that a maternal great-great-grandmother
originated not in Mayaki near Odessa where her husband was an official
government rabbi, but in the town of Kolki. I discovered this >from a birth
record of her brother.

Her parents were Ovsey (Yehoshua) and Chava VUGMAN. Chava/Eva likely had had
a first husband named ELKIS who died after only a couple of years of
marriage.

David Goldman
NYC


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Kolki/VUGMAN #ukraine

David Goldman
 

Hello everybody. I have discovered that a maternal great-great-grandmother
originated not in Mayaki near Odessa where her husband was an official
government rabbi, but in the town of Kolki. I discovered this >from a birth
record of her brother.

Her parents were Ovsey (Yehoshua) and Chava VUGMAN. Chava/Eva likely had had
a first husband named ELKIS who died after only a couple of years of
marriage.

David Goldman
NYC


Shtetl Love Song #lithuania

Fred Millner <flmillner@...>
 

I have just finished reading Shtetl Love Song, by Grigory Kanovich. I
agree 100% with Olga Zabludoff's raving review of November 18, posted
on the LitvakSig Digest of that day. The book flies by.

I actually wrote a note of appreciation and sent it to
info@gkanovich.com, which was the only e-mail address I could find.
The next day I received a phone call >from Toronto, which I picked up
even though I assumed it was probably spam. It turned out to be from
Dmitry Kanovich, Grigory's son, who wanted to thank me. He also asked
that I publicize the book if I liked it so much. LitvakSig is the
most efficient way to do this, but I can't improve on Ms. Zabludoff; I
can only reinforce it. (No, I have no commercial interest in the
book, either.)

My Milner ancestors were registered in Jonava by the Russian
authorities, but seem to have moved out by about 1870, to Troki. I
still consider it the family home, and made sure I visited it in 2013,
so I have a special interest in the town.

Fredrick L. Millner


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Shtetl Love Song #lithuania

Fred Millner <flmillner@...>
 

I have just finished reading Shtetl Love Song, by Grigory Kanovich. I
agree 100% with Olga Zabludoff's raving review of November 18, posted
on the LitvakSig Digest of that day. The book flies by.

I actually wrote a note of appreciation and sent it to
info@gkanovich.com, which was the only e-mail address I could find.
The next day I received a phone call >from Toronto, which I picked up
even though I assumed it was probably spam. It turned out to be from
Dmitry Kanovich, Grigory's son, who wanted to thank me. He also asked
that I publicize the book if I liked it so much. LitvakSig is the
most efficient way to do this, but I can't improve on Ms. Zabludoff; I
can only reinforce it. (No, I have no commercial interest in the
book, either.)

My Milner ancestors were registered in Jonava by the Russian
authorities, but seem to have moved out by about 1870, to Troki. I
still consider it the family home, and made sure I visited it in 2013,
so I have a special interest in the town.

Fredrick L. Millner


Re: conflicting records post #poland

Judy Golan <judygolan@...>
 

Subject: Conflicting Records
From: "Settlinger" <settlinger@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2017 15:03:16 -0500
X-Message-Number: 2

When I search on the name Frajdla Klejnman, I come up with two conflicting
marriage records which I don't know how to resolve.

The first record shows a Marriage in 1851 between Nussen Lustman age 18 son
of Jakob Lustman and Drejzla (Surname unlisted) in Opatow record microfilm
# 809164 and Frajdla Klejnman age 16 Daughter of Ejber Klejnman and Ella
(Surname Unlisted).

The second record shows a Marriage in 1874 in Cmielow and/or Opatow between
Abram Lejbusz Szerman age 25 son of Izrael Szerman and Chana Gerlik
microfilm # 1808846 and Fraydlja KLAINMAN age 20 daughter of Elbera
(Surname Unlisted) and Ella Gnoch.

It does not seem likely that Elbera Klainman and Ella Gnoch had two
daughters named Frajdla born in 1835 and 1854.

Can anyone shed light on what these records might mean?
----------


Dear Sondra,

Your question is a very good one. Here's the thought process to
figure out what might be the answer.

1. Were the records extracted correctly?

The answer to that is yes: the parents of Frajdla in both marriage
records were Ejber KLAJNMAN and Ella. Ella's surname [GNOT] is listed
only in the 1874 marriage record.

2. Was one Frajda called Frajda something-else [like Frajda Ruchla]?

The answer is no. In all the LUSTMAN registrations for Nusyn and
Frajda, the mother is only Frajda, and the same for the SZERMAN
registrations for Abram Lejb and Frajda.

3. Could there have been two different couples named "Ejber and Ella
KLAJNMAN" who had daughters called Frajda?

Not likely in this case: the ages of the parents Ejber and Ella for
all the birth registrations are neatly sequential and there is only
one set of death records for the parents, listing the same surviving
children.

4. What is the story with Frajda #1 [LUSTMAN]?

She was likely the Frajda KLAJMAN born in Opatow 1837 B9 [which means
that she was younger than the 16 stated on her 1851 marriage record].
She died Frajda LUSTMAN in 1864 D24 at the declared age of 27. Her
husband promptly married her sister Golda.

5. What is the story with Frajda #2 [SZERMAN]?

Her birth @1854 was never recorded, only her 1873 marriage.

6. The death of the older daughter Frajda [LUSTMAN] preceded the
deaths of her parents: Ejber died in 1869 D18, and we learn that the
name of his mother was Frajda. Ela died in 1882 D24. The same
surviving children are listed who also appear in birth records for the
couple. In Ela's death record, the ages of the surviving children
are given and include Frajda, age 28 [ie born @1854].

Given the importance of the name Frajda in Ejber's family, I suspect
that whatever she was called at birth in 1854, she took on the name
Frajda after her sister died in 1864, and appears in the 1874 marriage
as Frajda. The only way to validate this would have been if her 1854
birth had been registered.

Judy Golan
JRI-Poland Opatow Town Leader


JRI Poland #Poland Re: conflicting records post #poland

Judy Golan <judygolan@...>
 

Subject: Conflicting Records
From: "Settlinger" <settlinger@comcast.net>
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2017 15:03:16 -0500
X-Message-Number: 2

When I search on the name Frajdla Klejnman, I come up with two conflicting
marriage records which I don't know how to resolve.

The first record shows a Marriage in 1851 between Nussen Lustman age 18 son
of Jakob Lustman and Drejzla (Surname unlisted) in Opatow record microfilm
# 809164 and Frajdla Klejnman age 16 Daughter of Ejber Klejnman and Ella
(Surname Unlisted).

The second record shows a Marriage in 1874 in Cmielow and/or Opatow between
Abram Lejbusz Szerman age 25 son of Izrael Szerman and Chana Gerlik
microfilm # 1808846 and Fraydlja KLAINMAN age 20 daughter of Elbera
(Surname Unlisted) and Ella Gnoch.

It does not seem likely that Elbera Klainman and Ella Gnoch had two
daughters named Frajdla born in 1835 and 1854.

Can anyone shed light on what these records might mean?
----------


Dear Sondra,

Your question is a very good one. Here's the thought process to
figure out what might be the answer.

1. Were the records extracted correctly?

The answer to that is yes: the parents of Frajdla in both marriage
records were Ejber KLAJNMAN and Ella. Ella's surname [GNOT] is listed
only in the 1874 marriage record.

2. Was one Frajda called Frajda something-else [like Frajda Ruchla]?

The answer is no. In all the LUSTMAN registrations for Nusyn and
Frajda, the mother is only Frajda, and the same for the SZERMAN
registrations for Abram Lejb and Frajda.

3. Could there have been two different couples named "Ejber and Ella
KLAJNMAN" who had daughters called Frajda?

Not likely in this case: the ages of the parents Ejber and Ella for
all the birth registrations are neatly sequential and there is only
one set of death records for the parents, listing the same surviving
children.

4. What is the story with Frajda #1 [LUSTMAN]?

She was likely the Frajda KLAJMAN born in Opatow 1837 B9 [which means
that she was younger than the 16 stated on her 1851 marriage record].
She died Frajda LUSTMAN in 1864 D24 at the declared age of 27. Her
husband promptly married her sister Golda.

5. What is the story with Frajda #2 [SZERMAN]?

Her birth @1854 was never recorded, only her 1873 marriage.

6. The death of the older daughter Frajda [LUSTMAN] preceded the
deaths of her parents: Ejber died in 1869 D18, and we learn that the
name of his mother was Frajda. Ela died in 1882 D24. The same
surviving children are listed who also appear in birth records for the
couple. In Ela's death record, the ages of the surviving children
are given and include Frajda, age 28 [ie born @1854].

Given the importance of the name Frajda in Ejber's family, I suspect
that whatever she was called at birth in 1854, she took on the name
Frajda after her sister died in 1864, and appears in the 1874 marriage
as Frajda. The only way to validate this would have been if her 1854
birth had been registered.

Judy Golan
JRI-Poland Opatow Town Leader


Translation request from Polish #galicia

Pauline Crump <pauline@...>
 

Dear Siggers

I have posted 2 pages of a letter on ViewMate, at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM61422
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM61423

I think that the letter confirms that my father (Jan Josef LIKIER)
received Austrian Nationality when my grandfather (originally Mojzesz
Aron Selig ABRAHAMER, but known as Moritz Likier, who was born in
Podgorze) registered after the 1st World War. I hope that it gives a
reference of this registration, but I suspect it just quotes the reference
for the relevant legislation. As my father subsequently travelled to
England on a stateless 'Nansen' passport, I am trying to confirm what
his nationality was. If anybody can help, I would be most grateful.

Pauline Crump
Weymouth UK
researching ABRAHAMER and LIKIER


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Translation request from Polish #galicia

Pauline Crump <pauline@...>
 

Dear Siggers

I have posted 2 pages of a letter on ViewMate, at the following addresses:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM61422
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM61423

I think that the letter confirms that my father (Jan Josef LIKIER)
received Austrian Nationality when my grandfather (originally Mojzesz
Aron Selig ABRAHAMER, but known as Moritz Likier, who was born in
Podgorze) registered after the 1st World War. I hope that it gives a
reference of this registration, but I suspect it just quotes the reference
for the relevant legislation. As my father subsequently travelled to
England on a stateless 'Nansen' passport, I am trying to confirm what
his nationality was. If anybody can help, I would be most grateful.

Pauline Crump
Weymouth UK
researching ABRAHAMER and LIKIER


Marcus family from Iasi Romania #romania

marcel glaskie <marcelg@...>
 

Marcus family >from Iasi Romania.
Looking for the descendants of Moshe & Tzivia Marcus.
and their daughters, Seina Rosa Marcus born in Iasi in 1884.
And Clara Mariam Marcus born in Iasi in 1895.
Clara Aronovici nee Marcus died 1958 in Bucharest.
Contact: Marcel Glaskie - >from Ra'anana, Israel
marcelg@netvision.net.il


Romania SIG #Romania Marcus family from Iasi Romania #romania

marcel glaskie <marcelg@...>
 

Marcus family >from Iasi Romania.
Looking for the descendants of Moshe & Tzivia Marcus.
and their daughters, Seina Rosa Marcus born in Iasi in 1884.
And Clara Mariam Marcus born in Iasi in 1895.
Clara Aronovici nee Marcus died 1958 in Bucharest.
Contact: Marcel Glaskie - >from Ra'anana, Israel
marcelg@netvision.net.il

46741 - 46760 of 657975