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Conference Highlights #1 - JewishGen Ignition and Signature Grants! #austria-czech

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

JewishGen had a very successful and productive experience at the 37th
annual IAJGS Conference (which was held July 23-28 in Orlando, FL),
offering an outstanding variety of sessions, workshops, and luncheons
throughout its duration.

In the coming weeks, we will be posting highlights of our activity,
including a review of some of the major announcements which were first
unveiled at the conference. In this issue, I would like to focus on
something that we are extremely excited about, and that is JewishGen's
first ever Ignition and Signature Grants program, which aims to assist
Jewish genealogical and historical societies, and other community
based organizations, to undertake and complete research projects which
are delayed or cannot be initiated due to lack of funding.

Our goal is to stimulate a variety of new initiatives, productivity and
creativity which will result in additional records being accessible on
JewishGen, and to expand this effort beyond our traditional sources of
material. As a result, all Jewish genealogical and historical societies,
as well as any community based organizations, such as a synagogues,
schools and libraries are encouraged to apply. These projects can focus
on primary or secondary records, and are not restricted by any specific
geographic location.

Examples of possible projects include:
1) A synagogue might wish to photograph and index their memorial plaques,
Yizkor lists and burial records.
2) A Jewish genealogical society might wish to index birth, marriage,
engagement, and death notices >from a local Jewish newspaper.
3) A community group may want to initiate an indexing project comprised
of Jewish vital records >from a particular city.
4) Maybe there are projects that we have never even considered!

Therefore, in order to stimulate growth, innovation, and access to
records, JewishGen will be offering ignition grants up to $5,000, and
signature grants of up to $25,000 for exceptional applications.

from the beginning, JewishGen has been the pioneer and the leader of
Jewish genealogy. Our databases are unmatched, and we have innovated
new tools, new methods, and new concepts which have benefited thousands
of people. This new initiative follows in that tradition, and we look
forward to seeing what type of applications come in.

The application process opens on August 15. For more information,
please visit: http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/grantsflyer.pdf

Please stay tuned for more updates!

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Conference Highlights #1 - JewishGen Ignition and Signature Grants! #austria-czech

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear Friends,

JewishGen had a very successful and productive experience at the 37th
annual IAJGS Conference (which was held July 23-28 in Orlando, FL),
offering an outstanding variety of sessions, workshops, and luncheons
throughout its duration.

In the coming weeks, we will be posting highlights of our activity,
including a review of some of the major announcements which were first
unveiled at the conference. In this issue, I would like to focus on
something that we are extremely excited about, and that is JewishGen's
first ever Ignition and Signature Grants program, which aims to assist
Jewish genealogical and historical societies, and other community
based organizations, to undertake and complete research projects which
are delayed or cannot be initiated due to lack of funding.

Our goal is to stimulate a variety of new initiatives, productivity and
creativity which will result in additional records being accessible on
JewishGen, and to expand this effort beyond our traditional sources of
material. As a result, all Jewish genealogical and historical societies,
as well as any community based organizations, such as a synagogues,
schools and libraries are encouraged to apply. These projects can focus
on primary or secondary records, and are not restricted by any specific
geographic location.

Examples of possible projects include:
1) A synagogue might wish to photograph and index their memorial plaques,
Yizkor lists and burial records.
2) A Jewish genealogical society might wish to index birth, marriage,
engagement, and death notices >from a local Jewish newspaper.
3) A community group may want to initiate an indexing project comprised
of Jewish vital records >from a particular city.
4) Maybe there are projects that we have never even considered!

Therefore, in order to stimulate growth, innovation, and access to
records, JewishGen will be offering ignition grants up to $5,000, and
signature grants of up to $25,000 for exceptional applications.

from the beginning, JewishGen has been the pioneer and the leader of
Jewish genealogy. Our databases are unmatched, and we have innovated
new tools, new methods, and new concepts which have benefited thousands
of people. This new initiative follows in that tradition, and we look
forward to seeing what type of applications come in.

The application process opens on August 15. For more information,
please visit: http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgen/grantsflyer.pdf

Please stay tuned for more updates!

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


(Levi) Strausz Family in Hungary #hungary

shirleyzisser@...
 

Hello,

Am researching the lineage of my great grandfather Ignatz Strausz,
secretary of the Hevra Kadisha in Miskolc till his death in 1942. The
names of his parents, as written on his grave, are Yakob and Tzirl.
The male line of the family are Levites. The family was not originally
from Miskolc. At least one of Ignatz's sons was born in Dej,
Transilvania (now Romania).

Any information on Leviite Strausz families in Hungary would be appreciated.

Shirley Zisser
Shirleyzisser@gmail.com

Moderator: Please respond off-list unless information is likely to be of general
interest.


Blitz #hungary

pgbakos@...
 

Yes, I have reawakened!

I will copy this to the Austrian Sig as well.

Jakab BLITZ, born Baja 26 April, 1871, married, Pozsony, 22 July 1899 to Be=
rta KRONER born ca 1873, Pozsony, daughter of Markus and Zsofia GERSTEL

He is the son of Lipot/Leopold BLITZ and Mathilde PODVINETZ

Anybody have any further information?

Thanks

Peter G. Bakos
BLITZ, Hungary, PODVINETZ and all variants, Hungary, Bohemia, US, wherever,=
ROSENBERG/RACZ Abauj Torna, MOSKOVICS (and variants) Kosice/Kassa, Ubrezs

Moderator: Off-list responses, please, unless information is likely to be of
general interest.


Hungary SIG #Hungary (Levi) Strausz Family in Hungary #hungary

shirleyzisser@...
 

Hello,

Am researching the lineage of my great grandfather Ignatz Strausz,
secretary of the Hevra Kadisha in Miskolc till his death in 1942. The
names of his parents, as written on his grave, are Yakob and Tzirl.
The male line of the family are Levites. The family was not originally
from Miskolc. At least one of Ignatz's sons was born in Dej,
Transilvania (now Romania).

Any information on Leviite Strausz families in Hungary would be appreciated.

Shirley Zisser
Shirleyzisser@gmail.com

Moderator: Please respond off-list unless information is likely to be of general
interest.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Blitz #hungary

pgbakos@...
 

Yes, I have reawakened!

I will copy this to the Austrian Sig as well.

Jakab BLITZ, born Baja 26 April, 1871, married, Pozsony, 22 July 1899 to Be=
rta KRONER born ca 1873, Pozsony, daughter of Markus and Zsofia GERSTEL

He is the son of Lipot/Leopold BLITZ and Mathilde PODVINETZ

Anybody have any further information?

Thanks

Peter G. Bakos
BLITZ, Hungary, PODVINETZ and all variants, Hungary, Bohemia, US, wherever,=
ROSENBERG/RACZ Abauj Torna, MOSKOVICS (and variants) Kosice/Kassa, Ubrezs

Moderator: Off-list responses, please, unless information is likely to be of
general interest.


Conference Highlights #2 - New Exhibitor Booth & Booth Talks #hungary

bounce-3367800-772961@...
 

Dear JewishGen Family,

JewishGen had a very successful and productive experience at the 37th
annual IAJGS Conference (which was held July 23-28 in Orlando, FL),
offering an outstanding variety of sessions, workshops, and luncheons
throughout its duration. During these weeks following the conference,
we are posting highlights of our activity, including a review of some
of the major announcements which were first unveiled at the conference.
The previous issue can be accessed here:
http://tinyurl.com/IAJGS2017-A

Today's focus is on JewishGen's new Exhibitor Booth. We designed this
booth with the intention of offering a more professional experience,
and plan to use it as we expand our marketing efforts and promote
JewishGen to a much wider audience. As part of this strategy, we also
debuted our "Booth Talks" program, whereby JewishGen experts offered
booth visitors a short, five minute presentation on a particular topic.
This enabled conference participants an opportunity to connect with
experts, while giving JewishGen staff the opportunity to engage, and
forge new connections. Throughout the conference, hundreds of people
stopped by the booth, >from JewishGen volunteers, donors, users, members
of other organizations, and even some of the hotel staff. Here are some
highlights:

(1) Yizkor Books: A member of the JewishGen family walked up to the
booth, pulled an old book out of her bag, and asked Rebecca Schaeffer (a
member of the booth team, and Assistant to the Director) if she could
identify it. Rebecca explained that it was a Yizkor (memorial) book,
written by Holocaust survivors to perpetuate the history and heritage of
towns which once had thriving Jewish communities. Visibly moved, the
individual asked if there was a translated version in English, and when
she was given the link to the translated book on JewishGen, and started
reading it, she broke down in tears.

(2) Great-Great Grandfathers Matzeiva (Tombstone): Another individual
stopped by and expressed her longing to find any information about her
great-great-grandfather. Nolan Altman (VP for Data Acquisition) was
there, did a quick search on JOWBR (JewishGen's Online Worldwide Burial
Registry) and helped her find the record for the gravestone of her great-
great-grandfather, which also included the name of her great-great-great-
grandfather!

(3)Bar/Bat Mitzvah Projects: A member of the JewishGen family stopped by
the booth, saw the literature about JewishGen's Memorial Plaques Project,
and was so inspired that he committed to having his synagogue's youth
department participate.

(4) Possible Connections: An individual was thrilled to discover the
JewishGen Family Finder, and that there were 90 people researching the
same town she was.

To view a listing of the Booth Talks which took place at the conference,
along with a few pictures, please visit:
http://tinyurl.com/BoothTalks2017

Please stay tuned for more updates.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Hungary SIG #Hungary Conference Highlights #2 - New Exhibitor Booth & Booth Talks #hungary

bounce-3367800-772961@...
 

Dear JewishGen Family,

JewishGen had a very successful and productive experience at the 37th
annual IAJGS Conference (which was held July 23-28 in Orlando, FL),
offering an outstanding variety of sessions, workshops, and luncheons
throughout its duration. During these weeks following the conference,
we are posting highlights of our activity, including a review of some
of the major announcements which were first unveiled at the conference.
The previous issue can be accessed here:
http://tinyurl.com/IAJGS2017-A

Today's focus is on JewishGen's new Exhibitor Booth. We designed this
booth with the intention of offering a more professional experience,
and plan to use it as we expand our marketing efforts and promote
JewishGen to a much wider audience. As part of this strategy, we also
debuted our "Booth Talks" program, whereby JewishGen experts offered
booth visitors a short, five minute presentation on a particular topic.
This enabled conference participants an opportunity to connect with
experts, while giving JewishGen staff the opportunity to engage, and
forge new connections. Throughout the conference, hundreds of people
stopped by the booth, >from JewishGen volunteers, donors, users, members
of other organizations, and even some of the hotel staff. Here are some
highlights:

(1) Yizkor Books: A member of the JewishGen family walked up to the
booth, pulled an old book out of her bag, and asked Rebecca Schaeffer (a
member of the booth team, and Assistant to the Director) if she could
identify it. Rebecca explained that it was a Yizkor (memorial) book,
written by Holocaust survivors to perpetuate the history and heritage of
towns which once had thriving Jewish communities. Visibly moved, the
individual asked if there was a translated version in English, and when
she was given the link to the translated book on JewishGen, and started
reading it, she broke down in tears.

(2) Great-Great Grandfathers Matzeiva (Tombstone): Another individual
stopped by and expressed her longing to find any information about her
great-great-grandfather. Nolan Altman (VP for Data Acquisition) was
there, did a quick search on JOWBR (JewishGen's Online Worldwide Burial
Registry) and helped her find the record for the gravestone of her great-
great-grandfather, which also included the name of her great-great-great-
grandfather!

(3)Bar/Bat Mitzvah Projects: A member of the JewishGen family stopped by
the booth, saw the literature about JewishGen's Memorial Plaques Project,
and was so inspired that he committed to having his synagogue's youth
department participate.

(4) Possible Connections: An individual was thrilled to discover the
JewishGen Family Finder, and that there were 90 people researching the
same town she was.

To view a listing of the Booth Talks which took place at the conference,
along with a few pictures, please visit:
http://tinyurl.com/BoothTalks2017

Please stay tuned for more updates.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


ViewMate translation request - German/Polish #germany

karoofra@...
 

I've posted a marriage >from 1875 record in German with Polish places
names for which I need a translation.

It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM58513

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much,
< ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ >
Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen
and GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp


Ofra Karo


German SIG #Germany ViewMate translation request - German/Polish #germany

karoofra@...
 

I've posted a marriage >from 1875 record in German with Polish places
names for which I need a translation.

It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM58513

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you very much,
< ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ >
Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen
and GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp


Ofra Karo


Conference Highlights #2 - New Exhibitor Booth & Booth Talks #germany

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear JewishGen Family,

JewishGen had a very successful and productive experience at the 37th
annual IAJGS Conference (which was held July 23-28 in Orlando, FL),
offering an outstanding variety of sessions, workshops, and luncheons
throughout its duration. During these weeks following the conference,
we are posting highlights of our activity, including a review of some
of the major announcements which were first unveiled at the conference.
The previous issue can be accessed here:
http://tinyurl.com/IAJGS2017-A

Today's focus is on JewishGen's new Exhibitor Booth. We designed this
booth with the intention of offering a more professional experience,
and plan to use it as we expand our marketing efforts and promote
JewishGen to a much wider audience. As part of this strategy, we also
debuted our "Booth Talks" program, whereby JewishGen experts offered
booth visitors a short, five minute presentation on a particular topic.
This enabled conference participants an opportunity to connect with
experts, while giving JewishGen staff the opportunity to engage, and
forge new connections. Throughout the conference, hundreds of people
stopped by the booth, >from JewishGen volunteers, donors, users, members
of other organizations, and even some of the hotel staff. Here are some
highlights:

(1) Yizkor Books: A member of the JewishGen family walked up to the
booth, pulled an old book out of her bag, and asked Rebecca Schaeffer (a
member of the booth team, and Assistant to the Director) if she could
identify it. Rebecca explained that it was a Yizkor (memorial) book,
written by Holocaust survivors to perpetuate the history and heritage of
towns which once had thriving Jewish communities. Visibly moved, the
individual asked if there was a translated version in English, and when
she was given the link to the translated book on JewishGen, and started
reading it, she broke down in tears.

(2) Great-Great Grandfathers Matzeiva (Tombstone): Another individual
stopped by and expressed her longing to find any information about her
great-great-grandfather. Nolan Altman (VP for Data Acquisition) was
there, did a quick search on JOWBR (JewishGen's Online Worldwide Burial
Registry) and helped her find the record for the gravestone of her great-
great-grandfather, which also included the name of her great-great-great-
grandfather!

(3)Bar/Bat Mitzvah Projects: A member of the JewishGen family stopped by
the booth, saw the literature about JewishGen's Memorial Plaques Project,
and was so inspired that he committed to having his synagogue's youth
department participate.

(4) Possible Connections: An individual was thrilled to discover the
JewishGen Family Finder, and that there were 90 people researching the
same town she was.

To view a listing of the Booth Talks which took place at the conference,
along with a few pictures, please visit:
http://tinyurl.com/BoothTalks2017

Please stay tuned for more updates.

Avraham Groll, Director JewishGen.org


German SIG #Germany Conference Highlights #2 - New Exhibitor Booth & Booth Talks #germany

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear JewishGen Family,

JewishGen had a very successful and productive experience at the 37th
annual IAJGS Conference (which was held July 23-28 in Orlando, FL),
offering an outstanding variety of sessions, workshops, and luncheons
throughout its duration. During these weeks following the conference,
we are posting highlights of our activity, including a review of some
of the major announcements which were first unveiled at the conference.
The previous issue can be accessed here:
http://tinyurl.com/IAJGS2017-A

Today's focus is on JewishGen's new Exhibitor Booth. We designed this
booth with the intention of offering a more professional experience,
and plan to use it as we expand our marketing efforts and promote
JewishGen to a much wider audience. As part of this strategy, we also
debuted our "Booth Talks" program, whereby JewishGen experts offered
booth visitors a short, five minute presentation on a particular topic.
This enabled conference participants an opportunity to connect with
experts, while giving JewishGen staff the opportunity to engage, and
forge new connections. Throughout the conference, hundreds of people
stopped by the booth, >from JewishGen volunteers, donors, users, members
of other organizations, and even some of the hotel staff. Here are some
highlights:

(1) Yizkor Books: A member of the JewishGen family walked up to the
booth, pulled an old book out of her bag, and asked Rebecca Schaeffer (a
member of the booth team, and Assistant to the Director) if she could
identify it. Rebecca explained that it was a Yizkor (memorial) book,
written by Holocaust survivors to perpetuate the history and heritage of
towns which once had thriving Jewish communities. Visibly moved, the
individual asked if there was a translated version in English, and when
she was given the link to the translated book on JewishGen, and started
reading it, she broke down in tears.

(2) Great-Great Grandfathers Matzeiva (Tombstone): Another individual
stopped by and expressed her longing to find any information about her
great-great-grandfather. Nolan Altman (VP for Data Acquisition) was
there, did a quick search on JOWBR (JewishGen's Online Worldwide Burial
Registry) and helped her find the record for the gravestone of her great-
great-grandfather, which also included the name of her great-great-great-
grandfather!

(3)Bar/Bat Mitzvah Projects: A member of the JewishGen family stopped by
the booth, saw the literature about JewishGen's Memorial Plaques Project,
and was so inspired that he committed to having his synagogue's youth
department participate.

(4) Possible Connections: An individual was thrilled to discover the
JewishGen Family Finder, and that there were 90 people researching the
same town she was.

To view a listing of the Booth Talks which took place at the conference,
along with a few pictures, please visit:
http://tinyurl.com/BoothTalks2017

Please stay tuned for more updates.

Avraham Groll, Director JewishGen.org


SCHOENWALTERS from Markt Berolzheim #germany

Lin <lin2@...>
 

Dear GerSIG Friends,
I'm trying to figure out how to connect my SCHOENWALTER family
from Markt Berolzheim, Bavaria, to another family I found in FTJP or
just to get more information.

My 3x great grandmother was Resele SCHOENWALTER who married Emanuel HERZ
from Markt Berolzheim. He was born circa 1775-1785. According to the
family tree drawn out my grandfather, Max LEVI, Resele's father
was Hirsch (SCHOENWALTER) (he probably had no last name) and her mother
was Gitel.

The other SCHOENWALTER in the family was Siegfried SCHOENWALTER, born 12
July 1886 in Markt Berolzheim who married Sophia /Sofie HERZ (1892-1973)
from Markt Berozheim. They had a daughter Erna SCHOENWALTER who married
Max OPPENHEIM (1921 Markt Berolzheim- 1981- New York).

On the Jewish Gen Family Finder I found a gentleman in Israel who has a
Hirsch Naftali SCHOENWALTER >from Markt Berolzheim (date unknown) on his
tree. Hirsch married Vogele GUTTMANN and had a child Seligmann Hirsch
SCHOENWALTER in 1848. The family immigrated to Israel in about 1938.

Does anyone know more about the SCHOENWALTER family? I have the
information taking Sofie and Siegfried's family to the present.
But we are unable to go back or connect the two SCHOENWALTER families.
I'm hoping perhaps I'll be lucky and someone here has
SCHOENWALTERs >from Markt Berolzheim in their tree or an idea of where I
can go for help.

thank you so much!
< ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ >
Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen
and GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp

Sincerely, Lin Herz Palm Bay, Florida lin2@cfl.rr.com


Seeking information on Freda D. MILLER and family #germany

Monica Dale Pantano <monica.dale.pantano@...>
 

Hello,

I am seeking any information about Freda D. MILLER.

Among minimal genealogical information I have found, her mother
Martha was >from Germany and the family spoke German.

Freda D. MILLER was born in New York (likely the Bronx) around 1911, and
died May 25, 1960, perhaps suddenly. Her father, Moses MILLER, was born
in New York, as were Freda and her brother Irving (born around 1907).

(Irving seems to have married Fay, and they had a daughter named Paula
born around 1933).

There the trail ends, as far as I can fathom.

Freda D. MILLER was a composer and pianist for modern dance classes,
particularly at the 92nd St. Y in New York City, and she produced a
series of five LPs. As a music/dance historian, writer, and teacher, I
want to honor her work and share it with today's young dancers,
and would like to connect with anyone who could shed some light on the
mysteries of this brilliant woman.

Many thanks for any information you might provide! Sincerely,

Monica Pantano, Ellicott City, MD 21042


German SIG #Germany SCHOENWALTERS from Markt Berolzheim #germany

Lin <lin2@...>
 

Dear GerSIG Friends,
I'm trying to figure out how to connect my SCHOENWALTER family
from Markt Berolzheim, Bavaria, to another family I found in FTJP or
just to get more information.

My 3x great grandmother was Resele SCHOENWALTER who married Emanuel HERZ
from Markt Berolzheim. He was born circa 1775-1785. According to the
family tree drawn out my grandfather, Max LEVI, Resele's father
was Hirsch (SCHOENWALTER) (he probably had no last name) and her mother
was Gitel.

The other SCHOENWALTER in the family was Siegfried SCHOENWALTER, born 12
July 1886 in Markt Berolzheim who married Sophia /Sofie HERZ (1892-1973)
from Markt Berozheim. They had a daughter Erna SCHOENWALTER who married
Max OPPENHEIM (1921 Markt Berolzheim- 1981- New York).

On the Jewish Gen Family Finder I found a gentleman in Israel who has a
Hirsch Naftali SCHOENWALTER >from Markt Berolzheim (date unknown) on his
tree. Hirsch married Vogele GUTTMANN and had a child Seligmann Hirsch
SCHOENWALTER in 1848. The family immigrated to Israel in about 1938.

Does anyone know more about the SCHOENWALTER family? I have the
information taking Sofie and Siegfried's family to the present.
But we are unable to go back or connect the two SCHOENWALTER families.
I'm hoping perhaps I'll be lucky and someone here has
SCHOENWALTERs >from Markt Berolzheim in their tree or an idea of where I
can go for help.

thank you so much!
< ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ >
Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen
and GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp

Sincerely, Lin Herz Palm Bay, Florida lin2@cfl.rr.com


German SIG #Germany Seeking information on Freda D. MILLER and family #germany

Monica Dale Pantano <monica.dale.pantano@...>
 

Hello,

I am seeking any information about Freda D. MILLER.

Among minimal genealogical information I have found, her mother
Martha was >from Germany and the family spoke German.

Freda D. MILLER was born in New York (likely the Bronx) around 1911, and
died May 25, 1960, perhaps suddenly. Her father, Moses MILLER, was born
in New York, as were Freda and her brother Irving (born around 1907).

(Irving seems to have married Fay, and they had a daughter named Paula
born around 1933).

There the trail ends, as far as I can fathom.

Freda D. MILLER was a composer and pianist for modern dance classes,
particularly at the 92nd St. Y in New York City, and she produced a
series of five LPs. As a music/dance historian, writer, and teacher, I
want to honor her work and share it with today's young dancers,
and would like to connect with anyone who could shed some light on the
mysteries of this brilliant woman.

Many thanks for any information you might provide! Sincerely,

Monica Pantano, Ellicott City, MD 21042


Jews of Eindhoven, Netherlands 1940 - 1945 - CITE SITE #germany

Barbara Algaze
 

There is a 78 page book about the Jews in Eindhoven, Netherlands >from 1940 -
1945.

It is written in Dutch

and is located on the web at: http://tinyurl.com/ycjmol3q
https://stichting18september.nl/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Boek-Joodse-gemeenschap-06-2010.pdf

Starting at page 54, it has a 20 page list of all the Jews who were living
there at that time, with names, dates and places of birth, address, and when
and where they ended up (i.e. names of Concentration Camps.)

This is followed by two pages listing the names of all the Jews who were
born in Eindhoven >from 1940 - 1945.
I hope you will find this interesting in your research going forward.

Barbara Algaze, Los Angeles, California Algaze3@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Jews of Eindhoven, Netherlands 1940 - 1945 - CITE SITE #germany

Barbara Algaze
 

There is a 78 page book about the Jews in Eindhoven, Netherlands >from 1940 -
1945.

It is written in Dutch

and is located on the web at: http://tinyurl.com/ycjmol3q
https://stichting18september.nl/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Boek-Joodse-gemeenschap-06-2010.pdf

Starting at page 54, it has a 20 page list of all the Jews who were living
there at that time, with names, dates and places of birth, address, and when
and where they ended up (i.e. names of Concentration Camps.)

This is followed by two pages listing the names of all the Jews who were
born in Eindhoven >from 1940 - 1945.
I hope you will find this interesting in your research going forward.

Barbara Algaze, Los Angeles, California Algaze3@gmail.com


early birth records for Noerdlingen #germany

lin2@...
 

Hi GerSIGers,
It was great meeting many of you at IAJGS 2017.

I need help finding birth documents for my great-great grandfather Jakob
BUEHLER (1824-1865) (umlaut over the /u/ instead of an e), or even any
of his siblings. Jakob BUEHLER was born in Kleinerdlingen in 1824.

We are trying to determine several things, including whether his
father's name was Joseph Abraham BUEHLER or Joseph Abraham
SCHWEIZER or maybe was just Joseph Abraham (Joseph ben Abraham) as well
as who his mother was and if his mother was Gela SANDEL LAUCHHEIMER.

Kleinerdlingen is in Schwabia, Donau-Kies, Bavaria.

Would these documents still exist and where would I get them? Just in
case anyone out there might be related, his siblings were Fanny BUEHLER
GUTMANN (1807-1882), Schimon Wolf BUEHLER (1810-1845), Elias BUEHLER
(1812-1868), Bebi (1816- ?)BUEHLER, Babeth

Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely,

Lin Herz Palm Bay, Florida lin2@cfl.rr.com


German SIG #Germany early birth records for Noerdlingen #germany

lin2@...
 

Hi GerSIGers,
It was great meeting many of you at IAJGS 2017.

I need help finding birth documents for my great-great grandfather Jakob
BUEHLER (1824-1865) (umlaut over the /u/ instead of an e), or even any
of his siblings. Jakob BUEHLER was born in Kleinerdlingen in 1824.

We are trying to determine several things, including whether his
father's name was Joseph Abraham BUEHLER or Joseph Abraham
SCHWEIZER or maybe was just Joseph Abraham (Joseph ben Abraham) as well
as who his mother was and if his mother was Gela SANDEL LAUCHHEIMER.

Kleinerdlingen is in Schwabia, Donau-Kies, Bavaria.

Would these documents still exist and where would I get them? Just in
case anyone out there might be related, his siblings were Fanny BUEHLER
GUTMANN (1807-1882), Schimon Wolf BUEHLER (1810-1845), Elias BUEHLER
(1812-1868), Bebi (1816- ?)BUEHLER, Babeth

Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely,

Lin Herz Palm Bay, Florida lin2@cfl.rr.com

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