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RUDNIK/LEVIN in Texas #general

Joyce Kay <joyce@...>
 

It is several years since I tried to locate the American branch of the
family. My g-parents, Boruch Moses LEVIN(E) also known as RUDNICK and
Kayle or Kate JACOBS (Daughter of Jacob SOCHART) settled in Glasgow,
Scotland.

They were married in Vilna, but probably came >from Traby. In the early
1920s a sibling and spouse who had settled in the US, came to visit them.
The story is that they bred armadillos, whose shells were used to make
ornamental baskets (these farms and baskets are indeed described on web
sites describing Texas.) If this rings a bell with anyone, or if you have
any suggestions for further research, I would be delighted to hear >from you.
Joyce Kay

Patricia A. J. Kay, Email: joyce@gordonandjoyce.com


Re: 1901 British Census: More Comments #general

Kevin Bean <Kevin@...>
 

Ron,

The main problems with the 1901 Census are caused by errors by the
transcrbers and also the enumerators.

Unless your ancestors were out of the country at the time of the Census it
is likely they are on the Census but you cannot find them.

Have you tried a search using wildcards (e.g. Surname: 'Ru*', along with
age and place of birth) ?

Kevin.

"Ron Kathren" <rkathren@tricity.WSU.edu> wrote in message


I share the frustration of David Kravitz with the 1901 British census.
Even though I have accurate knowledge of family living in Manchester in
1901, not a one appears in the census. Since his problem area also seems
to be centered on Manchester, perhaps this location is the problem. Then
again, a global search for the surname RUTSTEIN comes up negative. Yet
the family is there in the 1881 census, although they could have gone or
the surname disappeared by 1901. Methinks as does David Kravitz that the
1901 British census may be of very limited genealogical value.

Ron Kathren


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RUDNIK/LEVIN in Texas #general

Joyce Kay <joyce@...>
 

It is several years since I tried to locate the American branch of the
family. My g-parents, Boruch Moses LEVIN(E) also known as RUDNICK and
Kayle or Kate JACOBS (Daughter of Jacob SOCHART) settled in Glasgow,
Scotland.

They were married in Vilna, but probably came >from Traby. In the early
1920s a sibling and spouse who had settled in the US, came to visit them.
The story is that they bred armadillos, whose shells were used to make
ornamental baskets (these farms and baskets are indeed described on web
sites describing Texas.) If this rings a bell with anyone, or if you have
any suggestions for further research, I would be delighted to hear >from you.
Joyce Kay

Patricia A. J. Kay, Email: joyce@gordonandjoyce.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: 1901 British Census: More Comments #general

Kevin Bean <Kevin@...>
 

Ron,

The main problems with the 1901 Census are caused by errors by the
transcrbers and also the enumerators.

Unless your ancestors were out of the country at the time of the Census it
is likely they are on the Census but you cannot find them.

Have you tried a search using wildcards (e.g. Surname: 'Ru*', along with
age and place of birth) ?

Kevin.

"Ron Kathren" <rkathren@tricity.WSU.edu> wrote in message


I share the frustration of David Kravitz with the 1901 British census.
Even though I have accurate knowledge of family living in Manchester in
1901, not a one appears in the census. Since his problem area also seems
to be centered on Manchester, perhaps this location is the problem. Then
again, a global search for the surname RUTSTEIN comes up negative. Yet
the family is there in the 1881 census, although they could have gone or
the surname disappeared by 1901. Methinks as does David Kravitz that the
1901 British census may be of very limited genealogical value.

Ron Kathren


Re: The HOROWITZ Families Website #general

יונתן בן ארי <yonatan@...>
 

I am reseaching a familial connection between HORWITZ (oir variant) of
Novarudok and an ABRAMOWITZ family also >from Novarudok. The connection
would have been during the 19th cent. as the HOROWITZs and ABRAMOWITZs
that are known to me left for the USA and Israel during the 19th century.

The only thing I know about the ABRAMOWITZ family is that one of the
progenitors of the family was Reb David of Novarudok, who I have been told
by rabbinical sources was the rabbi of Novarudok before Rabbi Epstein and
that he wrote a sefer called *Galya Mesechta*.

I know about the book and some direct descendants of the above reb'Dovid
(I'm supposedly a descendant of Reb' Dovid's brother)so I'm researching
possible and presumed connection between the HOROWITZs and the family of
Reb' Dovid.

Gmar tov and chag sameach to one and all.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem/Efrat

-----Original Message-----
From: Shlomo Gurevich [mailto:shl2gur@hotmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, August 19, 2001 8:44 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: The Horowitz Families Website

The Horowitz Families Association is glad to inform that its new website
is now accessible at http://www.geocities.com/horowitzassociation/

The Family members and others interested are welcome.

Shlomo Gurevich,
The Horowitz Families Association Board Member,
responsible for connections with the Family branches in Diaspora
Hoshaya, Israel
Shl2gur@hotmail.com


1901/2001 UK censuses #general

David Kravitz
 

In my correspondence about the 1901 census I forgot to add that most of my
investigation of Manchester Jewry was done at the Public Record Office in
Kew, London. To access the correct microfiches, I had first to look in a
volume of street names. Armed with street names around Hightown, Cheetham
and Strangeways, several streets were missing. It has been suggested that
the names were possibly different the. But street renaming in general
occured well into the second half of the century following decision to
have no duplicate street names. For example there was a Queens Road in
Cheetham and one in Didsbury, the site of the main Sephardi shul. This is
now renamed Queenston Road. The city end of Cheetham Hill Roas was renamed
about 100 years ago, though, changing the addresses of half a dozen shuls
from Empire Road (I think).
The 2001 census included a non-compulsory question about ethnicity for the
first. Like the majority of Jews, I declined to answer. In 2102 the census
records may well show the number of Jews as about 10% of the real figure
completely bamboozling my great great grandson.


David Kravitz
Bournemouth
England


Seeking JACOBS-Max W., Morris, Edward and Freida J. WIENER #general

rlberliner@...
 

In error, I received the Last Will & Testament of Abraham JACOBS whose
children were Max W, Morris, Edward and Frieda J. WIENER. I wanted the Will
of Abraham I. JACOBS. The Will was recorded March 1, 1922 in the Orphan's
Court, Baltimore City, state of Maryland. FYI, the Orphan's Court is the MD
court for recording and probating wills.

If any descendants of Abraham or his children are interested in receiving
this document, I will be more than happy to mail it to you.

While searching for my Uncle Abraham, I have also found this family,
including Augusta as Abraham's wife, on the 1900 Census. I can forward that
via email if anyone is interested.

Please contact me.

Rachelle Berliner
Savannah, GA
rlberliner@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: The HOROWITZ Families Website #general

יונתן בן ארי <yonatan@...>
 

I am reseaching a familial connection between HORWITZ (oir variant) of
Novarudok and an ABRAMOWITZ family also >from Novarudok. The connection
would have been during the 19th cent. as the HOROWITZs and ABRAMOWITZs
that are known to me left for the USA and Israel during the 19th century.

The only thing I know about the ABRAMOWITZ family is that one of the
progenitors of the family was Reb David of Novarudok, who I have been told
by rabbinical sources was the rabbi of Novarudok before Rabbi Epstein and
that he wrote a sefer called *Galya Mesechta*.

I know about the book and some direct descendants of the above reb'Dovid
(I'm supposedly a descendant of Reb' Dovid's brother)so I'm researching
possible and presumed connection between the HOROWITZs and the family of
Reb' Dovid.

Gmar tov and chag sameach to one and all.

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem/Efrat

-----Original Message-----
From: Shlomo Gurevich [mailto:shl2gur@hotmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, August 19, 2001 8:44 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: The Horowitz Families Website

The Horowitz Families Association is glad to inform that its new website
is now accessible at http://www.geocities.com/horowitzassociation/

The Family members and others interested are welcome.

Shlomo Gurevich,
The Horowitz Families Association Board Member,
responsible for connections with the Family branches in Diaspora
Hoshaya, Israel
Shl2gur@hotmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 1901/2001 UK censuses #general

David Kravitz
 

In my correspondence about the 1901 census I forgot to add that most of my
investigation of Manchester Jewry was done at the Public Record Office in
Kew, London. To access the correct microfiches, I had first to look in a
volume of street names. Armed with street names around Hightown, Cheetham
and Strangeways, several streets were missing. It has been suggested that
the names were possibly different the. But street renaming in general
occured well into the second half of the century following decision to
have no duplicate street names. For example there was a Queens Road in
Cheetham and one in Didsbury, the site of the main Sephardi shul. This is
now renamed Queenston Road. The city end of Cheetham Hill Roas was renamed
about 100 years ago, though, changing the addresses of half a dozen shuls
from Empire Road (I think).
The 2001 census included a non-compulsory question about ethnicity for the
first. Like the majority of Jews, I declined to answer. In 2102 the census
records may well show the number of Jews as about 10% of the real figure
completely bamboozling my great great grandson.


David Kravitz
Bournemouth
England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking JACOBS-Max W., Morris, Edward and Freida J. WIENER #general

rlberliner@...
 

In error, I received the Last Will & Testament of Abraham JACOBS whose
children were Max W, Morris, Edward and Frieda J. WIENER. I wanted the Will
of Abraham I. JACOBS. The Will was recorded March 1, 1922 in the Orphan's
Court, Baltimore City, state of Maryland. FYI, the Orphan's Court is the MD
court for recording and probating wills.

If any descendants of Abraham or his children are interested in receiving
this document, I will be more than happy to mail it to you.

While searching for my Uncle Abraham, I have also found this family,
including Augusta as Abraham's wife, on the 1900 Census. I can forward that
via email if anyone is interested.

Please contact me.

Rachelle Berliner
Savannah, GA
rlberliner@aol.com


Re: 1901 UK census #general

Nachum <nachum@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I have been reading about some of our genners experiences with the 1901
UK Census. I must say that I have searched for 3 families, and found 2.
I knew that the 2 should have been there somewhere. The third is a
mystery to me, and I don't know who, if anyone, >from that family was even
in England by 1901.

The first is the SHUBE family of London. After not finding them under
SHUBE, I tried SHUB, and found them in Manchester. Based on the names of
the parents, and the 3 daughters, I know that this is the correct family.
I was able to notify my wife's uncle that, unknown to him, his mother was
actually born in Manchester, and not London. I knew that she was born in
1901, but had no idea when. She was obviously born in the early months of
the year. A fact that may help me if I decide to ever look for her birth
certificate.

The second family is ROSINSKY of London. After an unsuccessful search,

I went back to preStephen Morse mode. My wife's GGGF was Eliezer
ROSINSKY, her GGF was Alexander ROSINSKY. After finding a Lazarus
ROSINSKY, not my wife's ancestor, I began a search on the first name
Lazarus, as this seemed a good translation to English for the Hebrew
name Eliezer. I aslo had to put in other limiting information, or I got
too many hits and the system stopped, such as born in Russia, living in
London, various age possibilitie, etc. I came up with a Lazarus
RATINSKY. Then, a search of Ratinsky gave me Lazarus and Sander, plus the
rest of the family. This was the first time that I found out Eliezer's
wife's name, as well as a daughter, previously unknown to the family.
My wife's GGF was actually Alexander Sender, and of course, Sender came up
blank as he was listed as Sander. I knew that this was the correct family
1) based on the address which was the same as on Alexander's marriage
certificate of 10 months later and 2) an infirmity listed for Alexander
which was known in the family.

I have read that there is a program to help in searching, but was unable
to download it. Still, without it, I went 2 for 3. The third name I'm
looking for is BAYLETT, as per her marriage certificate to Alexander
Sender 10 months later. I don't know if her family lived in England, nor
do I know when she got to England, and perhaps I'll never find her in the
census. Her first name was Sarah, and you can imagine that there are a
few more Sarahs in England than Lazarus's, making wild searches a
nightmare. But, if she is anywhere in the census, I'll find her. Somehow.


The point of this is: If you don't find a name, and we don't have the
resources of Stephen Morse, you have to go back to creative searching.
Just as we did when the EIDB first came out.

A belated g'mar chatima tova to all.

Nachum Tuchman
Tekoa, Israel

Researching:

TUCHMAN/KLARMAN/ASPIS? >from Busko-Zdroj, Poland (Kielce Gubernia) to US
LIEBERMAN/ZYSSMAN >from Lowicz, Poland to US
RAIDER/all spellings/GINSBERG - >from Smorgon/Soly, Belarus (Vilna
Gubernia) to US - SHUB/BERNSTEIN/ROSINSKY/BAYLETT >from
Lituania?/Estonia? to London -
KIWI/AVRAHAM/BUETOW/RHODE/ZAHLMAN from
Samter/Wronki,Posen/Koenigsberg?/Berlin, Germany


Hannover, searching early records? #general

Pam G <pgosl@...>
 

Hello,

I'm interested in finding vital records(German, not Hebrew?) for 1700-1850
timeframe for Hannover area. I've identified 2 LDS films, Matrikeln,
Judische Gemeinde and Paisrecor Synagogengemeinden(sp?) 1800932, for
1850's-60's, so some questions:

1. I would guess there were many synagogues in Hannover, given it's size,
does anyone know if this film is just for one small area of Hannover,
and/or has anyone any experience with other films for Hannover? How is
the best way to tell what sections of Hannover these cover?? The only
other films I was able to find appeared to be non-Jewish records, other
than civil registers, which I find often did not include the Jews. .or are
extremely difficult to read. Is this information correct and/or are there
other resources available? (LDS or otherwise)

2. In others's experience, what/who are the best resources for contacting
State Archives and/or Jewish Genealogy leaders in those areas?? Is there
such a person like Herr Sielemann in Hamburg who specializes in Jewish
research?

Thanks for any help with this. . .

Sincerely,

Pam Gosling in California, USA
pgosl@ev1.net


Searching:
LEFFMANN(Hamburg, Muenster),
JUDELL/JUDEL/SIEDEL/JODEL, (Hannover, Berlin, Hamburg, Australia, more)
MAGNUS(Hamburg)RENDSBURG(Hamburg)SCHUSTER(Hamburg)
HIRSCH/HIRSCHFELD(Hamburg, Hannover)
LEVY(USA)AUSBACHER(Hamburg??)


Re: Yiddish translation #belarus

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz <idayosef@...>
 

Ban Gasse means Railroad Street. It is a common name in many cities.
Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Arad, Israel

-----Original Message-----
From: katie sobol [mailto:katie2727@attbi.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 15, 2002 9:24 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: re: Yiddish translation

Dear Geners:

I want to thank all of you who graciously replied to my query about help in
Yiddish translation of my postcards, and the Yiddish word for Austria.
When my great-grandfather wrote *Brody Bangasse* as a return address, I
thought Bangasse meant Austria. As I learned >from fellow Genners,
Bangasse does *not* mean Austria. This, then, is the word that I am not
sure of its meaning. I searched in Google, 'Bangasse', and it is a place
in Africa. Can anyone out there guess what my ggrandfather meant, when he
wrote this? I know he lived in Brody, Austria (now Ukraine), and I'm just
baffled about this word. Any help will be greatly appreciated!

Thank you,
Katie Sobol
katie2727@attbi.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: 1901 UK census #general

Nachum <nachum@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I have been reading about some of our genners experiences with the 1901
UK Census. I must say that I have searched for 3 families, and found 2.
I knew that the 2 should have been there somewhere. The third is a
mystery to me, and I don't know who, if anyone, >from that family was even
in England by 1901.

The first is the SHUBE family of London. After not finding them under
SHUBE, I tried SHUB, and found them in Manchester. Based on the names of
the parents, and the 3 daughters, I know that this is the correct family.
I was able to notify my wife's uncle that, unknown to him, his mother was
actually born in Manchester, and not London. I knew that she was born in
1901, but had no idea when. She was obviously born in the early months of
the year. A fact that may help me if I decide to ever look for her birth
certificate.

The second family is ROSINSKY of London. After an unsuccessful search,

I went back to preStephen Morse mode. My wife's GGGF was Eliezer
ROSINSKY, her GGF was Alexander ROSINSKY. After finding a Lazarus
ROSINSKY, not my wife's ancestor, I began a search on the first name
Lazarus, as this seemed a good translation to English for the Hebrew
name Eliezer. I aslo had to put in other limiting information, or I got
too many hits and the system stopped, such as born in Russia, living in
London, various age possibilitie, etc. I came up with a Lazarus
RATINSKY. Then, a search of Ratinsky gave me Lazarus and Sander, plus the
rest of the family. This was the first time that I found out Eliezer's
wife's name, as well as a daughter, previously unknown to the family.
My wife's GGF was actually Alexander Sender, and of course, Sender came up
blank as he was listed as Sander. I knew that this was the correct family
1) based on the address which was the same as on Alexander's marriage
certificate of 10 months later and 2) an infirmity listed for Alexander
which was known in the family.

I have read that there is a program to help in searching, but was unable
to download it. Still, without it, I went 2 for 3. The third name I'm
looking for is BAYLETT, as per her marriage certificate to Alexander
Sender 10 months later. I don't know if her family lived in England, nor
do I know when she got to England, and perhaps I'll never find her in the
census. Her first name was Sarah, and you can imagine that there are a
few more Sarahs in England than Lazarus's, making wild searches a
nightmare. But, if she is anywhere in the census, I'll find her. Somehow.


The point of this is: If you don't find a name, and we don't have the
resources of Stephen Morse, you have to go back to creative searching.
Just as we did when the EIDB first came out.

A belated g'mar chatima tova to all.

Nachum Tuchman
Tekoa, Israel

Researching:

TUCHMAN/KLARMAN/ASPIS? >from Busko-Zdroj, Poland (Kielce Gubernia) to US
LIEBERMAN/ZYSSMAN >from Lowicz, Poland to US
RAIDER/all spellings/GINSBERG - >from Smorgon/Soly, Belarus (Vilna
Gubernia) to US - SHUB/BERNSTEIN/ROSINSKY/BAYLETT >from
Lituania?/Estonia? to London -
KIWI/AVRAHAM/BUETOW/RHODE/ZAHLMAN from
Samter/Wronki,Posen/Koenigsberg?/Berlin, Germany


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hannover, searching early records? #general

Pam G <pgosl@...>
 

Hello,

I'm interested in finding vital records(German, not Hebrew?) for 1700-1850
timeframe for Hannover area. I've identified 2 LDS films, Matrikeln,
Judische Gemeinde and Paisrecor Synagogengemeinden(sp?) 1800932, for
1850's-60's, so some questions:

1. I would guess there were many synagogues in Hannover, given it's size,
does anyone know if this film is just for one small area of Hannover,
and/or has anyone any experience with other films for Hannover? How is
the best way to tell what sections of Hannover these cover?? The only
other films I was able to find appeared to be non-Jewish records, other
than civil registers, which I find often did not include the Jews. .or are
extremely difficult to read. Is this information correct and/or are there
other resources available? (LDS or otherwise)

2. In others's experience, what/who are the best resources for contacting
State Archives and/or Jewish Genealogy leaders in those areas?? Is there
such a person like Herr Sielemann in Hamburg who specializes in Jewish
research?

Thanks for any help with this. . .

Sincerely,

Pam Gosling in California, USA
pgosl@ev1.net


Searching:
LEFFMANN(Hamburg, Muenster),
JUDELL/JUDEL/SIEDEL/JODEL, (Hannover, Berlin, Hamburg, Australia, more)
MAGNUS(Hamburg)RENDSBURG(Hamburg)SCHUSTER(Hamburg)
HIRSCH/HIRSCHFELD(Hamburg, Hannover)
LEVY(USA)AUSBACHER(Hamburg??)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Yiddish translation #general

Ida & Joseph Schwarcz <idayosef@...>
 

Ban Gasse means Railroad Street. It is a common name in many cities.
Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Arad, Israel

-----Original Message-----
From: katie sobol [mailto:katie2727@attbi.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 15, 2002 9:24 AM
To: JewishGen Discussion Group
Subject: re: Yiddish translation

Dear Geners:

I want to thank all of you who graciously replied to my query about help in
Yiddish translation of my postcards, and the Yiddish word for Austria.
When my great-grandfather wrote *Brody Bangasse* as a return address, I
thought Bangasse meant Austria. As I learned >from fellow Genners,
Bangasse does *not* mean Austria. This, then, is the word that I am not
sure of its meaning. I searched in Google, 'Bangasse', and it is a place
in Africa. Can anyone out there guess what my ggrandfather meant, when he
wrote this? I know he lived in Brody, Austria (now Ukraine), and I'm just
baffled about this word. Any help will be greatly appreciated!

Thank you,
Katie Sobol
katie2727@attbi.com


Rochester NY Shul and Cemetery #general

roberta rosen
 

I'm hoping that a Rochester NY resident may be able to answer several
questions. They concern Vad Hakolel Shul and the Vad Hakolel section of
Stone Road cemetery. My grandparents and great grandparents attended the
shul and are buried in the cemetery. My grandparents were married by Rabbi
Abraham ROSEN of the Vaad Hakolel Shul in 1899. I know the shul no longer
exists and probably closed in the 50's. Does anyone know if the shul kept
records of marriages and burials? If so, where would the records be now?
Also, at one time the Rochester Jewishgen had a planned project to index
the gravesites at Stone Road cemetery, according to their website. Did
this ever happen? If not, was it partly completed? Is there any kind of
index to the Vad Hakolel section of Stone Road cemetery? How large is this
section? Would it take hours, days, weeks to find a specific grave? I do
know, >from Parsky's Funeral Home, that my father is buried in section 9,
Vad Hakolel. Would this be hard to find? He is said to be near his
parents, so his grave may be a clue to where the others are.

If there are any Rochester residents who occasinally visit this section of
the cemetery, I would appreciate a quick look at the graves on the way to
the one you visit. I'd be very happy to furnish names and dates.

Please respond privately,
Roberta

Roberta Rosen
Long Beach, Ca
reply to: cypressteach@yahoo.com
KREMENETSKY/KATZ of Worms(Vinogradnoye),Balta,
Terespol: Ukraine
MARYMONT/MAREMONT of Poland
FRIEDLAND/SHAPIRO/CHARNEY of Berezena: Belarus


Clifton Park Avenue in Chicago #general

Gary Gluck <gagluck@...>
 

My grandfather lived on the 1500 South block of Clifton Park Ave in Chicago
in 1920.I can no longer find this street on a current map. Anybody know
*what hundred west* this street was?..or what major north south street it
was near?
thanks
Gary Gluck


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Rochester NY Shul and Cemetery #general

roberta rosen
 

I'm hoping that a Rochester NY resident may be able to answer several
questions. They concern Vad Hakolel Shul and the Vad Hakolel section of
Stone Road cemetery. My grandparents and great grandparents attended the
shul and are buried in the cemetery. My grandparents were married by Rabbi
Abraham ROSEN of the Vaad Hakolel Shul in 1899. I know the shul no longer
exists and probably closed in the 50's. Does anyone know if the shul kept
records of marriages and burials? If so, where would the records be now?
Also, at one time the Rochester Jewishgen had a planned project to index
the gravesites at Stone Road cemetery, according to their website. Did
this ever happen? If not, was it partly completed? Is there any kind of
index to the Vad Hakolel section of Stone Road cemetery? How large is this
section? Would it take hours, days, weeks to find a specific grave? I do
know, >from Parsky's Funeral Home, that my father is buried in section 9,
Vad Hakolel. Would this be hard to find? He is said to be near his
parents, so his grave may be a clue to where the others are.

If there are any Rochester residents who occasinally visit this section of
the cemetery, I would appreciate a quick look at the graves on the way to
the one you visit. I'd be very happy to furnish names and dates.

Please respond privately,
Roberta

Roberta Rosen
Long Beach, Ca
reply to: cypressteach@yahoo.com
KREMENETSKY/KATZ of Worms(Vinogradnoye),Balta,
Terespol: Ukraine
MARYMONT/MAREMONT of Poland
FRIEDLAND/SHAPIRO/CHARNEY of Berezena: Belarus


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Clifton Park Avenue in Chicago #general

Gary Gluck <gagluck@...>
 

My grandfather lived on the 1500 South block of Clifton Park Ave in Chicago
in 1920.I can no longer find this street on a current map. Anybody know
*what hundred west* this street was?..or what major north south street it
was near?
thanks
Gary Gluck