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Re: location of Bouchara 1941 #general

Joel S. Kent <jkent2@...>
 

One possibility is to try the spelling *Bukhara*. It is an area in southern
Uzbekistan. For more details, see the Encyclopedia Judaica, vol. 4 "B",
pgs. 1470-1476.
- Joel Kent

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sender & Lisa Rosenfeld" <sendlisa@optonline.net>
To: "JewishGen Discussion Group" <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2002 10:36 PM
Subject: location of Bouchara 1941


Hello- I have submitted a search with the Red Cross for our grandparents
(Efraim & Malka Rosenfeld)and included a letter our family had >from 1945,
stating our missing relatives were first sent >from Koln Germany to
Zbauzin, then Sibyria,& were last heard >from in Bouchara in 1941. The Red
Cross has asked me where these places were- we assumed Russia, but don't
know. If anyone knows what country these places were located in in 1941
and would email me so that I can tell the Red Cross- I would greatly
appreciate it.


London Arrival (Joel KAMINKER) #general

Ron Kaminker <Ron@...>
 

Hi

On the Hamburg emigration website
http://linktoyourroots.hamburg.de/ltyr/Suchmaske/en/1,3825,,00.html I
noticed a Joel KAMINKER born 1877-78 who emigrated to London.

1. How do I find out more information >from British Arrival records.
2. How would I trace his descendants?
[all of my research has been either in Eastern Europe or the US?]

Thanks
Ron Kaminker
Los Angeles, CA

Searching
===
LEIBEL, BIEN, TARANTUR, KAMINKER, FURSTADT
ADOLF, LEWITANSKI, ANCZKOWSKI, BOGDANOWICZ, ABARBANEL, PRINZ
FREDMAN, KRYWAT, OHRMAN, MEISTER, SHPALER, SCHWAT
KHODOAKOVKSY, ARENSTEIN, WASSERKRUG, MAVIS, STIEZ


Researchers in Ukraine #general

Josh Brown <gettysburg63@...>
 

Does anyone know of any good researchers in Novograd Volynskiy or Odessa?
Any help would be *greatly* appreciated.

Thanks,
Josh Brown

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Re: location of Bouchara 1941 #general

Paul Silverstone
 

Bukhara is located in central Asia, it is now in Uzbekistan. The
emirate of Bokhara was a powerful state in that area until the Bolshevik
revolution.

Paul Silverstone


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: location of Bouchara 1941 #general

Joel S. Kent <jkent2@...>
 

One possibility is to try the spelling *Bukhara*. It is an area in southern
Uzbekistan. For more details, see the Encyclopedia Judaica, vol. 4 "B",
pgs. 1470-1476.
- Joel Kent

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sender & Lisa Rosenfeld" <sendlisa@optonline.net>
To: "JewishGen Discussion Group" <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2002 10:36 PM
Subject: location of Bouchara 1941


Hello- I have submitted a search with the Red Cross for our grandparents
(Efraim & Malka Rosenfeld)and included a letter our family had >from 1945,
stating our missing relatives were first sent >from Koln Germany to
Zbauzin, then Sibyria,& were last heard >from in Bouchara in 1941. The Red
Cross has asked me where these places were- we assumed Russia, but don't
know. If anyone knows what country these places were located in in 1941
and would email me so that I can tell the Red Cross- I would greatly
appreciate it.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen London Arrival (Joel KAMINKER) #general

Ron Kaminker <Ron@...>
 

Hi

On the Hamburg emigration website
http://linktoyourroots.hamburg.de/ltyr/Suchmaske/en/1,3825,,00.html I
noticed a Joel KAMINKER born 1877-78 who emigrated to London.

1. How do I find out more information >from British Arrival records.
2. How would I trace his descendants?
[all of my research has been either in Eastern Europe or the US?]

Thanks
Ron Kaminker
Los Angeles, CA

Searching
===
LEIBEL, BIEN, TARANTUR, KAMINKER, FURSTADT
ADOLF, LEWITANSKI, ANCZKOWSKI, BOGDANOWICZ, ABARBANEL, PRINZ
FREDMAN, KRYWAT, OHRMAN, MEISTER, SHPALER, SCHWAT
KHODOAKOVKSY, ARENSTEIN, WASSERKRUG, MAVIS, STIEZ


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Researchers in Ukraine #general

Josh Brown <gettysburg63@...>
 

Does anyone know of any good researchers in Novograd Volynskiy or Odessa?
Any help would be *greatly* appreciated.

Thanks,
Josh Brown

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately. We are unable to post
recommendations for researchers or research services.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: location of Bouchara 1941 #general

Paul Silverstone
 

Bukhara is located in central Asia, it is now in Uzbekistan. The
emirate of Bokhara was a powerful state in that area until the Bolshevik
revolution.

Paul Silverstone


New Dutch publications #general

Stefan D. Pinkus <info@...>
 

Dear genners,

The Netherlands Society for Jewish Genealogy has added two new
publications to its page at http://www.nljewgen.org: "The Jews of
Amersfoort" and "Persecution of the Jews in Amersfoort during World
War II".

Best regards,

Stefan D. Pinkus


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New Dutch publications #general

Stefan D. Pinkus <info@...>
 

Dear genners,

The Netherlands Society for Jewish Genealogy has added two new
publications to its page at http://www.nljewgen.org: "The Jews of
Amersfoort" and "Persecution of the Jews in Amersfoort during World
War II".

Best regards,

Stefan D. Pinkus


Re: Jewish officers in Polish army 1939-45 / Moshe Eisen #poland

Willie Glaser
 

Yoni,
My e mail to you re search for Moshe Eisen bounced, confirm your address.
Willie Glaser


FREEDMAN FAMILY FROM WARSAW #poland

danielle freedman <daniellefreedman640@...>
 

Dear Group,

Please can you help me. After receiving my G Grandfather MORRIS FREEDMAN
born 1874 natralisation record for WARSAW Poland, it was not specific enough
to state a shtetl or village subsiduary of WARSAW.

His father and mothers names were JACOB & JANE and >from what i gather >from
my family members, MORRIS had 2 sisters and 2 brothers (DAVID & JOSEPH).
On the JRI Poland data base there are over 200 pages of FREEDMAN Family's.
None of which correspondeds to my information. Does that mean my family has
not been entered onto the database yet? I am about to write to the Warsaw
archives but does anybody have any further suggestions. As it seems that
there is too much information on Freedman familys on JRI Poland?

DANIELLE FREEDMAN

FREEDMAN, PASERSKY, DAVIDOVITCH, HEIFITZ, ZAPOROWSKI, ELMAN

_________________________________________________________________
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Zamosc Archive Project BOF at Conference #poland

Shelley K. Pollero
 

Researchers of towns included in the Zamosc Archive Project are cordially
invited to attend an informal Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at the IAJGS
Conference in Toronto. We will meet on Monday, August 5 in the VIP room from
9:45-11:00 a.m.

Attendees will have an opportunity to network with others who are
researching the towns listed below and find out more about the Project.
Bring a list of your surnames and towns. We'll share information.

We are most grateful to Florence Kellam of the JGS of Toronto for finding a
way to accommodate us on very short notice. Although the meeting will not be
listed in the Daily Planner, it is on the schedule and a notice will be
posted on the conference message board. You might want to bring this message
with you.

Kirsten Gradel, Zamosc Archive Project Coordinator, previously announced the
start of this Zamosc Archive project as part of the Jewish Records Indexing
- Poland/Polish State Archives(PSA) initiative to index Polish vital records
not filmed by the Mormons (LDS).

The Zamosc Archive contains records for these 25 towns:

Bilgoraj
Frampol
Gorzkow
Grabowiec
Horodlo
Hrubieszow
Izbica
Jarczow
Jaroslawiec
Jozefow
Komarow
Krasnobrod
Krasnystaw
Krylow
Laszczow
Szczebrzeszyn
Tarnogora
Tarnogrod
Tomaszow Lubelski
Turobin
Tyszowce
Uchanie
Wysokie
Zamosc
Zolkiewka


Let Shelley know privately if you are planning to attend!

See you at the ZAP BOF on Monday at 9:45 in the VIP Room!

Shelley K. Pollero
Severna Park, Maryland
rkpollero@comcast.net
Zamosc Town Leader
Zamosc Archive Project


JRI Poland #Poland Re:Jewish officers in Polish army 1939-45 / Moshe Eisen #poland

Willie Glaser
 

Yoni,
My e mail to you re search for Moshe Eisen bounced, confirm your address.
Willie Glaser


JRI Poland #Poland FREEDMAN FAMILY FROM WARSAW #poland

danielle freedman <daniellefreedman640@...>
 

Dear Group,

Please can you help me. After receiving my G Grandfather MORRIS FREEDMAN
born 1874 natralisation record for WARSAW Poland, it was not specific enough
to state a shtetl or village subsiduary of WARSAW.

His father and mothers names were JACOB & JANE and >from what i gather >from
my family members, MORRIS had 2 sisters and 2 brothers (DAVID & JOSEPH).
On the JRI Poland data base there are over 200 pages of FREEDMAN Family's.
None of which correspondeds to my information. Does that mean my family has
not been entered onto the database yet? I am about to write to the Warsaw
archives but does anybody have any further suggestions. As it seems that
there is too much information on Freedman familys on JRI Poland?

DANIELLE FREEDMAN

FREEDMAN, PASERSKY, DAVIDOVITCH, HEIFITZ, ZAPOROWSKI, ELMAN

_________________________________________________________________
Send and receive Hotmail on your mobile device: http://mobile.msn.com


JRI Poland #Poland Zamosc Archive Project BOF at Conference #poland

Shelley K. Pollero
 

Researchers of towns included in the Zamosc Archive Project are cordially
invited to attend an informal Birds-of-a-Feather meeting at the IAJGS
Conference in Toronto. We will meet on Monday, August 5 in the VIP room from
9:45-11:00 a.m.

Attendees will have an opportunity to network with others who are
researching the towns listed below and find out more about the Project.
Bring a list of your surnames and towns. We'll share information.

We are most grateful to Florence Kellam of the JGS of Toronto for finding a
way to accommodate us on very short notice. Although the meeting will not be
listed in the Daily Planner, it is on the schedule and a notice will be
posted on the conference message board. You might want to bring this message
with you.

Kirsten Gradel, Zamosc Archive Project Coordinator, previously announced the
start of this Zamosc Archive project as part of the Jewish Records Indexing
- Poland/Polish State Archives(PSA) initiative to index Polish vital records
not filmed by the Mormons (LDS).

The Zamosc Archive contains records for these 25 towns:

Bilgoraj
Frampol
Gorzkow
Grabowiec
Horodlo
Hrubieszow
Izbica
Jarczow
Jaroslawiec
Jozefow
Komarow
Krasnobrod
Krasnystaw
Krylow
Laszczow
Szczebrzeszyn
Tarnogora
Tarnogrod
Tomaszow Lubelski
Turobin
Tyszowce
Uchanie
Wysokie
Zamosc
Zolkiewka


Let Shelley know privately if you are planning to attend!

See you at the ZAP BOF on Monday at 9:45 in the VIP Room!

Shelley K. Pollero
Severna Park, Maryland
rkpollero@comcast.net
Zamosc Town Leader
Zamosc Archive Project


Announcing - Lodz 1901 indices now online! #general

Seflaum@...
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,

I am very pleased to announce that indices to 5,890 records city of Lodz
birth, marriage and death records >from the year 1901 have been added to the
JRI-Poland database. This brings to 16,766 the number of indices now online
as part of the Lodz "Seven-Year Initiative" of JRI-Poland. To search these
indices, access the JRI-Poland database >from the home page at
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/

This database is made possible as part of Phase 2 of the Lodz PSA Project,
also known as the "Seven-Year Initiative," to index city of Lodz records
from 1899 through 1905. With today's addition, this brings to 85,225 the
total number of all indices online for the city of Lodz.

You will be able to obtain copies of the records by simply printing out the
order form on the JRI-Poland web site and mailing it to the Polish State
Archives branch in Lodz.

We owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to all those who have been so
supportive of this project. I would also like to particularly thank
JRI-Poland's Sheila Salo, Michael Tobias, and Stanley Diamond for their
invaluable assistance and guidance.

o The "Lodz Seven-Year Initiative"

In an innovative approach, JRI-Poland has launched a project to index city
of Lodz records >from 1899 through 1905 as part of a single project.

Here's a summary of the status of post-1898 Lodz Jewish vital records:

Dates: Location: No. of records Status:

1899-1900 Lodz PSA* 10,876 records Indexed and online!
1901 Lodz PSA 5,890 records Indexed and online!
1902 Lodz USC** 6,952 records Available in 2003
1903 Lodz USC 6,405 records Available in 2004
1904 Lodz USC 7,290 records Available in 2005
1905 Lodz USC 6,088 records Available in 2006

* Polish State Archive
** Urzad Stanu Cywilnego (civil registration office)

Updates on the Lodz Seven-Year Initiative (PSA 2) are available at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/psastat.htm
click on "Status Report: PSA Projects Underway," which is the last line in
the heading of this page. On the Status Report page, click "Lodz (phase
2)" in the dropdown menu.

Sincerely,

Shirley Rotbein Flaum
Lodz Town Leader
Lodz PSA / JRI-Poland Project Coordinator
Seflaum@aol.com
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/psastat.htm
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/lodz/LDS.htm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Announcing - Lodz 1901 indices now online! #general

Seflaum@...
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,

I am very pleased to announce that indices to 5,890 records city of Lodz
birth, marriage and death records >from the year 1901 have been added to the
JRI-Poland database. This brings to 16,766 the number of indices now online
as part of the Lodz "Seven-Year Initiative" of JRI-Poland. To search these
indices, access the JRI-Poland database >from the home page at
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/

This database is made possible as part of Phase 2 of the Lodz PSA Project,
also known as the "Seven-Year Initiative," to index city of Lodz records
from 1899 through 1905. With today's addition, this brings to 85,225 the
total number of all indices online for the city of Lodz.

You will be able to obtain copies of the records by simply printing out the
order form on the JRI-Poland web site and mailing it to the Polish State
Archives branch in Lodz.

We owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to all those who have been so
supportive of this project. I would also like to particularly thank
JRI-Poland's Sheila Salo, Michael Tobias, and Stanley Diamond for their
invaluable assistance and guidance.

o The "Lodz Seven-Year Initiative"

In an innovative approach, JRI-Poland has launched a project to index city
of Lodz records >from 1899 through 1905 as part of a single project.

Here's a summary of the status of post-1898 Lodz Jewish vital records:

Dates: Location: No. of records Status:

1899-1900 Lodz PSA* 10,876 records Indexed and online!
1901 Lodz PSA 5,890 records Indexed and online!
1902 Lodz USC** 6,952 records Available in 2003
1903 Lodz USC 6,405 records Available in 2004
1904 Lodz USC 7,290 records Available in 2005
1905 Lodz USC 6,088 records Available in 2006

* Polish State Archive
** Urzad Stanu Cywilnego (civil registration office)

Updates on the Lodz Seven-Year Initiative (PSA 2) are available at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/psastat.htm
click on "Status Report: PSA Projects Underway," which is the last line in
the heading of this page. On the Status Report page, click "Lodz (phase
2)" in the dropdown menu.

Sincerely,

Shirley Rotbein Flaum
Lodz Town Leader
Lodz PSA / JRI-Poland Project Coordinator
Seflaum@aol.com
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/psastat.htm
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/lodz/LDS.htm


1832 Homeowners List #poland #warsaw

Hadassah Lipsius <kesher@...>
 

Nicole said

<I will be very happy to enter the 1832 Taryffa Domow. However I looked at
it at the Bibliotheque Polonaise in Paris several years ago, and noticed
very few jewish names. Is is also useful for the hypoteka-street numbers
correspondance as are the later books ?>


There are fewer Jewish Names than the later years but I found my family
there anyway. The interesting thing is that they listed someone who has
been dead for 17 years by that time. Perhaps they listed him since he was
the original owner? There is a notation to list that it is the heirs of
the person but I don't see it under him. It is also fun to see that I had
family living on the same block in 1832 while they don't cross branches in
my family tree till 40 years later.

Of course, Nicole is correct in that the book is useful for the
hypoteka-street number and district.

Hadassah Lipsius
Kew Gardens Hills, NY


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland 1832 Homeowners List #poland #warsaw

Hadassah Lipsius <kesher@...>
 

Nicole said

<I will be very happy to enter the 1832 Taryffa Domow. However I looked at
it at the Bibliotheque Polonaise in Paris several years ago, and noticed
very few jewish names. Is is also useful for the hypoteka-street numbers
correspondance as are the later books ?>


There are fewer Jewish Names than the later years but I found my family
there anyway. The interesting thing is that they listed someone who has
been dead for 17 years by that time. Perhaps they listed him since he was
the original owner? There is a notation to list that it is the heirs of
the person but I don't see it under him. It is also fun to see that I had
family living on the same block in 1832 while they don't cross branches in
my family tree till 40 years later.

Of course, Nicole is correct in that the book is useful for the
hypoteka-street number and district.

Hadassah Lipsius
Kew Gardens Hills, NY