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New Holocaust Books on Lithuania #lithuania

Michelle Sandler <msandler@...>
 

Where can I get the new set of books Lithuania and the Holocaust for $250?
I can't remember where I saw it advertised.

Michelle Sandler
Westminster, CA

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Lithuania SIG #Lithuania New Holocaust Books on Lithuania #lithuania

Michelle Sandler <msandler@...>
 

Where can I get the new set of books Lithuania and the Holocaust for $250?
I can't remember where I saw it advertised.

Michelle Sandler
Westminster, CA

MODERATOR'S NOTE: This four volume set is available on the JewishGen Mall, at the discounted price until Sept. 30. You can find the JewishGen Mall at <www.jewishgenmall.org>


1837 Pest "M" part 1 #hungary

Peter I. Hidas <thidas@...>
 

Jewish Who=B9s Who in (Buda)Pest, 1837-1845
=20
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; PesterLloyd; K=E1roly V=F6r=F6s, Budapest
legnagyobb ad=F3fizet=F6i 1873-1917 (Budapest: Akad=E9miai Kiad=F3, 1979.

Prepared by Dr. Peter I.Hidas (retired prof. of history, Dawson College,
Montreal)

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




M

Madl, Selig
1845: wholesaler, income: 220 f/y

Magyar, David
Grain merchant, born in Temesv=E1r, in Pest since 1830
1845: retailer, income: 125 f/y

Magyar, David
1845: retailer, income: 130 f/y

Mahler, Bernard
Buyer, born in Pest
1845: income: 30 f/y

Major, Jacob
Merchant, Turkishware, born in Sophia, Bulgaria, in Pest since 1827

Mandel, Heinrich
Bookkeeper. Employee of M. Korin, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1829

Mandel, Heinrich
Oil manufacturer, born in Pozsony

Mandel, Leopold
Wholesaler, born in Pest
1845: wholesaler, income: 230 f/y
1848: manufactured goods

Mandel, Moritz
Store manager, born in Pest
1845: (Mauritius) wholesaler, income: 200 f/y

Mandel, Marchs
General storekeeper, born in Pozsony

Mandel, Salamon
Scrap dealer, born in Pest
1845: buyer, income: 30 f/y

Mandel, Sara
Clothing merchant, born in Nyitra, in Pest since 1827

Mandel Selig
Merchant, born in Zs=E1mb=E9g, in Pest since 1833

Mandel, Selig
Grain merchant, born in Asz=F3d

Mandelik, Jos. Samuel
Buyer, born in Smelnik, in Pest since 1831

Mandello, Baruch
Employee of Joachim Preisach, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1825

Mandello, Salamon
Wholesaler, born in Pozsony
1845: retailer, income: 95 f/y
1855: in business with Moses Oesterreicher grain merchant (PesterLloyd, 23
August-7 September)

Mandl, Benedict Jacobus
1845: retailer, income: 50 f/y

Mandl, Franciscus
1845: retailer, income: 35 f/y

Mandl, Henricus
1845: retailer, income: 55 f/y

Mandle, Joannes
1845: wholesaler, income: 200 f/y
1848: grain merchant

Mandl, Joachim
Leather merchant, born in Pest
1845: wholesaler, income: 600 f/y employed two Jewish and one Christian
persons

Mandl, Marcus
1845: craftsman, income: 55 f/y

Mandl, S.H.
1845: buyer, income: 50 f/y

Mandl, Vilhelmus
1845: craftsman, income: 35 f/y







W

Weisz Joseph
Grain merchant, born in Lantschin

Weisz, Moritz
Peddler, born in Mansabeeg, in Pest since 1833

Weisz, Moritz
Pipe merchant, born in Nagyvarad, in Pest since 1831

Weisz, Moritz

Weisz, Moritz
Grain merchant, born in Nagyszombat

Weisz, Moritz
Fruit merchant, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1832

Weisz, Moritz
Grain merchant, born in Pest


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 1837 Pest "M" part 1 #hungary

Peter I. Hidas <thidas@...>
 

Jewish Who=B9s Who in (Buda)Pest, 1837-1845
=20
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; PesterLloyd; K=E1roly V=F6r=F6s, Budapest
legnagyobb ad=F3fizet=F6i 1873-1917 (Budapest: Akad=E9miai Kiad=F3, 1979.

Prepared by Dr. Peter I.Hidas (retired prof. of history, Dawson College,
Montreal)

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




M

Madl, Selig
1845: wholesaler, income: 220 f/y

Magyar, David
Grain merchant, born in Temesv=E1r, in Pest since 1830
1845: retailer, income: 125 f/y

Magyar, David
1845: retailer, income: 130 f/y

Mahler, Bernard
Buyer, born in Pest
1845: income: 30 f/y

Major, Jacob
Merchant, Turkishware, born in Sophia, Bulgaria, in Pest since 1827

Mandel, Heinrich
Bookkeeper. Employee of M. Korin, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1829

Mandel, Heinrich
Oil manufacturer, born in Pozsony

Mandel, Leopold
Wholesaler, born in Pest
1845: wholesaler, income: 230 f/y
1848: manufactured goods

Mandel, Moritz
Store manager, born in Pest
1845: (Mauritius) wholesaler, income: 200 f/y

Mandel, Marchs
General storekeeper, born in Pozsony

Mandel, Salamon
Scrap dealer, born in Pest
1845: buyer, income: 30 f/y

Mandel, Sara
Clothing merchant, born in Nyitra, in Pest since 1827

Mandel Selig
Merchant, born in Zs=E1mb=E9g, in Pest since 1833

Mandel, Selig
Grain merchant, born in Asz=F3d

Mandelik, Jos. Samuel
Buyer, born in Smelnik, in Pest since 1831

Mandello, Baruch
Employee of Joachim Preisach, born in Pozsony, in Pest since 1825

Mandello, Salamon
Wholesaler, born in Pozsony
1845: retailer, income: 95 f/y
1855: in business with Moses Oesterreicher grain merchant (PesterLloyd, 23
August-7 September)

Mandl, Benedict Jacobus
1845: retailer, income: 50 f/y

Mandl, Franciscus
1845: retailer, income: 35 f/y

Mandl, Henricus
1845: retailer, income: 55 f/y

Mandle, Joannes
1845: wholesaler, income: 200 f/y
1848: grain merchant

Mandl, Joachim
Leather merchant, born in Pest
1845: wholesaler, income: 600 f/y employed two Jewish and one Christian
persons

Mandl, Marcus
1845: craftsman, income: 55 f/y

Mandl, S.H.
1845: buyer, income: 50 f/y

Mandl, Vilhelmus
1845: craftsman, income: 35 f/y







W

Weisz Joseph
Grain merchant, born in Lantschin

Weisz, Moritz
Peddler, born in Mansabeeg, in Pest since 1833

Weisz, Moritz
Pipe merchant, born in Nagyvarad, in Pest since 1831

Weisz, Moritz

Weisz, Moritz
Grain merchant, born in Nagyszombat

Weisz, Moritz
Fruit merchant, born in Obuda, in Pest since 1832

Weisz, Moritz
Grain merchant, born in Pest


Peter I. Hidas

thidas@sympatico.ca
peterhidas@yahoo.com

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


Re: Post-1895 Civil records #hungary

Ed Zwieback <ezwiebac@...>
 

I have had good results with birth and death records by a postal letter
request (in English) to the Archives in the city of interest, in my case
Nagykanizsa. The Archive I found was named Polgarmesteri Hivatal. I
included all the info I had on the person. About 3 months later, I
received a letter (in Hungarian) >from the Hungarian Consulate in Los
Angeles, stating they had the document I requested and would send it to
me when they received $25 >from me. The documents are new "extracts"
prepared specifically for my request, signed and stamped.

I have done this several times in the last few years.

Ed Zwieback
Long Beach, CA,
with ZWIEBACK Family Name at http://home1.gte.net/ezwiebac/zwieback/
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Subject: Re: Civil records
From: Robert Friedman <vze2sv8z@verizon.net>
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 10:53:43 -0400
X-Message-Number: 7


If anyone else has had recent experience with obtaining post-1895
records >from within Hungary (other than those microfilmed and made
available by the Family History Library), please let us all know!
Thanks.

Bob Friedman, NYC
inwood@pipeline.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Post-1895 Civil records #hungary

Ed Zwieback <ezwiebac@...>
 

I have had good results with birth and death records by a postal letter
request (in English) to the Archives in the city of interest, in my case
Nagykanizsa. The Archive I found was named Polgarmesteri Hivatal. I
included all the info I had on the person. About 3 months later, I
received a letter (in Hungarian) >from the Hungarian Consulate in Los
Angeles, stating they had the document I requested and would send it to
me when they received $25 >from me. The documents are new "extracts"
prepared specifically for my request, signed and stamped.

I have done this several times in the last few years.

Ed Zwieback
Long Beach, CA,
with ZWIEBACK Family Name at http://home1.gte.net/ezwiebac/zwieback/
------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----------------------------
Subject: Re: Civil records
From: Robert Friedman <vze2sv8z@verizon.net>
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 10:53:43 -0400
X-Message-Number: 7


If anyone else has had recent experience with obtaining post-1895
records >from within Hungary (other than those microfilmed and made
available by the Family History Library), please let us all know!
Thanks.

Bob Friedman, NYC
inwood@pipeline.com


Death Certificate #france

Pierre Hahn <pierre28@...>
 

If someone lives in Strasbourg - I would like to obtain a copy of the
death certificate for Sara Lang LEVY (abt 1769 - 13 Feb 1811) Contact me
privately for my address.

Pierre M. Hahn, San Francisco, CA


French SIG #France Death Certificate #france

Pierre Hahn <pierre28@...>
 

If someone lives in Strasbourg - I would like to obtain a copy of the
death certificate for Sara Lang LEVY (abt 1769 - 13 Feb 1811) Contact me
privately for my address.

Pierre M. Hahn, San Francisco, CA


Portland Maine #general

john phillips
 

Dear Genners,

My gt uncle Victor PALTROVICH died in Butte, Montana in 1923, I know all
about him, I have even got a photo of his grave. He left 2 married
daughters, who unfortunately had no offspring, but he had a surviving
sister in Portland Maine. We believe her name was either Gertrude or
Regina. So far I have had no luck in getting any information about the
Jewish community in Portland in 1923, anyone have any ideas.
Unfortunately, I'm in England, so I can't just pop into Portland.
John Phillips
j.phillips@bigfoot.com
researching:PALTROVICH, PALTEROVICH, PALTROWITZ from
Kovno, Grodno, Simnas,Marjiampole lithuania, also
GOLDENHEIM


Re: Hawkers #general

Harold Pollins <snillop@...>
 

Leora Cladd wrote

< A story that my father told me about a very clever Jewish refugee in
Manchester. Apparently he began by making shoes and trying to hawk them
around by knocking on doors but found that people would turn him away. So
he devised a clever plan. He knocked on the door and when it opened he
simply threw the shoes in. Then went back for the shoes or the sale. The
man was Mr Marks who later became one of the founders of Marks & Spencers
in England >

The trouble with this story is that Simon Marks began in Leeds not
Manchester.

Harold Pollins
Oxford, England


Re: Question regarding NYC marriage certificate #general

sallybru <sallybru@...>
 

The marriage record was probably written by the clerk. Perhaps the
signatures were also as the bride and groom and witnesses might not have
written English.

If the great grandmother was in Europe, you can see all sorts of 'English'
and semi-English versions of the name. My gr grandfathers mother was
referred to as Helen, Ida, and Birdie in records-she was Zipora and had no
English name as she never came to the US.

Sally Bruckheimer
Albany, NY


KLEIN,SCHUMACHER,ARKIN,SALZMAN,KOEHN,ESCALANTE #general

JANICE GOLDMAN <jg2333@...>
 

Dear Fellow Jewishgenners:

I am hoping that someone either recalls or can point me in the right
direction regarding specific Harris or Harry KLEIN/KLINE/CLINE 1911-1930
info, based on the following clues I have:

Streets in Chicago:
1000 block of Frank Street (was changed to Liberty Street)
1300 block of Hastings Street
1300 block of Washburne Street
1300 block of Miller Street
1300 block of South Morgan Street
Unknown address in Maywood, IL

Farms:
Bartlett, IL (was in Cook County back then and was called the Shady Lawn
farm prior to 1925)
Grand Junction, MI (was a fire on the farm)

Acquaintances of KLEIN:
SCHUMACHER, Charles
ARKIN, Max
SALZMAN, Isadore
KOEHN, Alex
ESCALANTE, Dolores
SIMON surname or given name

Thank you.
Janice Goldman
jg2333@msn.com
Chicago, IL USA

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.


Re: 1930 Census Confusion-KESSELMAN #general

Joel Weintraub <jweintraub@...>
 

Although Monica's reply is correct, that people not in existence (not born
yet, died) at the time of the enumeration date should not show up on the
census population schedules, she is very incorrect as to that date for the
1930 Census. The enumeration date was April 1, 1930, not January 1st. The
actual enumeration in the U.S. started on April 2, 1930. The twins born in
March of 1930 should have been eumerated on the 1930 census. If they had
been born on April 2, then the enumerator was instructed not to count them.
Perhaps they were still in the hospital or similar institution and should
be looked for there on the Census.

Joel Weintraub, Dana Point, CA


Bela POP??? #general

Ramon Pop <ramon@...>
 

Hello,

Does anybody know Bela POP? She was born on 27-10-1921 in Amsterdam.
Daughter of Antje DE VRIES and Arthur POP. She had two sisters that died in
the WO II, her parents were also murdered. She miraculous survived the war.
She is a niece of my grandfather. The only problem is that I don't have a
clue where she is. I don't know her spouse's name or her children's.
This is all the information I know. Maybe someone has more information and
is willing to help me.

Thank You,

Ramon Pop

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.


Records of inductees to Polish military for WW I? #general

Robert Baruch <autophile@...>
 

My grandfather Boruch BORUCH, born near Lodz, was inducted into the Polish
military during World War I. Does anyone know what kind of records exist
for such inductees?

Thanks,

--Rob

In & around Zgierz, Lodz, Poland: BORUCH, BORUCHOWICZ, JANAS,
JANASOWICZ, GRUNWALD, KAPLOW, KAPLOWICZ, KAPLAN
In & around Vasiliski/Nowy Dwor, Grodno, Russia/Belorus: TUROK


*Zelda* name #general

Saul Marks <saulmarks@...>
 

Dear List,

The first name Zelda/Zelde was very much an authentic name & appears is
several places in my family tree.

Regards,

Saul Marks
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Portland Maine #general

john phillips
 

Dear Genners,

My gt uncle Victor PALTROVICH died in Butte, Montana in 1923, I know all
about him, I have even got a photo of his grave. He left 2 married
daughters, who unfortunately had no offspring, but he had a surviving
sister in Portland Maine. We believe her name was either Gertrude or
Regina. So far I have had no luck in getting any information about the
Jewish community in Portland in 1923, anyone have any ideas.
Unfortunately, I'm in England, so I can't just pop into Portland.
John Phillips
j.phillips@bigfoot.com
researching:PALTROVICH, PALTEROVICH, PALTROWITZ from
Kovno, Grodno, Simnas,Marjiampole lithuania, also
GOLDENHEIM


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Hawkers #general

Harold Pollins <snillop@...>
 

Leora Cladd wrote

< A story that my father told me about a very clever Jewish refugee in
Manchester. Apparently he began by making shoes and trying to hawk them
around by knocking on doors but found that people would turn him away. So
he devised a clever plan. He knocked on the door and when it opened he
simply threw the shoes in. Then went back for the shoes or the sale. The
man was Mr Marks who later became one of the founders of Marks & Spencers
in England >

The trouble with this story is that Simon Marks began in Leeds not
Manchester.

Harold Pollins
Oxford, England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Question regarding NYC marriage certificate #general

sallybru <sallybru@...>
 

The marriage record was probably written by the clerk. Perhaps the
signatures were also as the bride and groom and witnesses might not have
written English.

If the great grandmother was in Europe, you can see all sorts of 'English'
and semi-English versions of the name. My gr grandfathers mother was
referred to as Helen, Ida, and Birdie in records-she was Zipora and had no
English name as she never came to the US.

Sally Bruckheimer
Albany, NY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KLEIN,SCHUMACHER,ARKIN,SALZMAN,KOEHN,ESCALANTE #general

JANICE GOLDMAN <jg2333@...>
 

Dear Fellow Jewishgenners:

I am hoping that someone either recalls or can point me in the right
direction regarding specific Harris or Harry KLEIN/KLINE/CLINE 1911-1930
info, based on the following clues I have:

Streets in Chicago:
1000 block of Frank Street (was changed to Liberty Street)
1300 block of Hastings Street
1300 block of Washburne Street
1300 block of Miller Street
1300 block of South Morgan Street
Unknown address in Maywood, IL

Farms:
Bartlett, IL (was in Cook County back then and was called the Shady Lawn
farm prior to 1925)
Grand Junction, MI (was a fire on the farm)

Acquaintances of KLEIN:
SCHUMACHER, Charles
ARKIN, Max
SALZMAN, Isadore
KOEHN, Alex
ESCALANTE, Dolores
SIMON surname or given name

Thank you.
Janice Goldman
jg2333@msn.com
Chicago, IL USA

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.