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Re: Medical Student Grandfather #general

Vivienne
 

I am hoping to find a researcher in the London area, any names and
email addresses would be appreciated.

Vivienne Diggins 71192 Scotland.

This is my first posting. I have joined this genealogy group
in the hope that I can find ways not already tried to discover
the name of my grandfather who was a medical student in London
in 1926 at the time of my mother's birth.
MODERATOR NOTE: Please send researcher recommendations privately.


Fw: Translation of Ketuba VM1591 #general

Allison Duke <ald63@...>
 

Thank you everyone who responded to my inquiry. The response has been great
and I must say the viewmate and the kind jewishgenners are a huge asset to
the board.

Allison


Subject: Translation of Ketuba VM1591

I've posted my grandparents ketuba. Would appreciate it if some kind
jewishgenner could translate the hebrew names for me. I'm especially
interested in my great grandfathers.
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/source/vm1591.html


Inflation Calculator #general

m.steinberg <m.steinberg@...>
 

In response to the post by Lorraine Hershon:

"On the 1930 US census a relative lists his job as 'collector'. Can
anyone enlighten me as to what this means? A debt collector perhaps?
Also he owns his own house worth $15000. Can anyone help me to
understand in real terms how much this is, how big the house would be,
etc? The relative was in Newark NJ. As Im in England, its bad enough
trying to think in £s for 1930, but I really havent got a concept of
what a $ was worth in 1930!!!
Thanks for your time in advance
Lorraine Hershon"

Dear Lorraine,

There is a very helpful "inflation calculator" on, of all places,
NASA's web site:

http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/bu2/inflateCPI.html

Regards,
Moishe Steinberg
Canada

Searching for:

SANG, FISCHER(FISZER), HELMAN, SEIFERT - Zaleshchiki, New York City, Israel
GRANIRER, GRANIERER, SALCMAN, ARONOWICZ, KRONENFELD, FUHRMAN,GOLDSCMIDT-
Czernowitz, Israel, USA
FISCHER(FISZER)- Boryslaw, Israel, USA


Looking for Robert Fischoff #general

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

I am trying to contact Robert Fischoff who is researching:

BIRNBAUM, BROT, PLAFKER >from Kolbuszowa, Huta Komorowska, Mielec,
Przedborz - Poland
BRAUN, BREITNER, BUCK (BUCH), DASCH, HELLER, PODHEISER/PODHORCER,
RUDIN/RUDNER, SCHUMER, TEITELBAUM, WIENER >from Buchach, Jazlowiec, Skalat
- Ukraine.
FISCHHOF - Molchanovka, Podwoloczyska, Pomortsy (Jazlowiec) and Skalat -
Ukraine

His e-mail : <<fischoff@attglobal.net> bounced.. If you know how to reach
Robert, please e-mail me at <bloch@mts.net>.

Susana Leistner Bloch
Winnipeg, Canada


Brumer, Naparsstek, Rakowska from Poland #general

Ruth B. Bratvold <ru-bratv@...>
 

My grandfather Szlomo Brumer was born Jan. 16. 1889 in Czermierniki,
Poland. Does anyone know anything about him, anything at all?

He married Ruth (Rachel, Ruchelo) Naparstek and they lived in Bedzin,
Poland.

Her parents were Moszek Maier Naparstek and Szajndla Malka Rakowska. They
married in Checiny, Kielce, Poland in 1874.

Grateful for all information I can get, - and thanks to those who have
helped me before.

Best wishes, Ruth Brumer Bratvold, Norway


Re: USA/Canada Border crossing for IAGS #general

Harry Dodsworth <af877@...>
 

One problem I havn't seen mentioned in this thread on border crossing
documentation is that of minor children travelling with only one
custodial parent, or even none.
Canadian authorities particularly, and also those in the US, are very
concerned about children abducted by one parent.
Children crossing the border with only one parent, need, in addition
to regular documentation, a letter (notarized, I think) >from the
absent parent, allowing them to cross the border.

--
Harry Dodsworth Ottawa Ontario Canada af877@freenet.carleton.ca


Siedlce, Poland vital records now available! #general

Linda <altmanlh@...>
 

To all Siedlce Researchers:

Did you know that the indices to the Jewish vital records of Siedlce
town not filmed by the LDS are now available? Siedlce is 88km (55 miles)
east of Warsaw in the former Gubernia of Siedlce and the Province
of Warszawa (latitude 52 10 / longitude 22 18).

Nearby towns include Kaluszyn, Mordy, Lukow, Mokobody, Stoczek.

The surviving records are for most of the years >from 1861 to 1899.
While the indices are now available, they have
not yet been put online.

JRI-Poland has purchased the index pages for the non-microfilmed
years for Siedlce. The post-1867 indices are in Russian and the
data entry is done in Cyrillic and automatically converted to Polish
spelling by Michael Tobias, JRI-Poland's database manager.

When released, the indices for a town will be added to the
JRI-Poland database. To find out more about the PSA project
check out this link: www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/status.htm
Just choose Siedlce Archives >from the drop down menu.

There are 2240 different surnames in the 13,000 entries in
these Siedlce indices. 1156 of these surnames occur at
least twice. Here is a list of the top 30 names. All of the
names listed appear in the indices at least 39 times, and
some as many as 143 times!

AJZENBERG
BURSZTYN
EPELBAUM
FEDERMAN
FELDMAN
FRYDMAN
GOLDBERG
GOLDSZTEJN
GRYNBERG
GRYNZSPAN
GURFINKEL
GWIAZDA
KRAMARZ
LEWIN
LEWITA
LIWERANT
MARKUSFELD
MORGENSZTERN
RAFAL
ROZENBAUM
ROZENBERG
SLIWKA
SREBRNIK
TABAKMAN
TEJBLUM
TENENBAUM
WAJNBERG
ZALCMAN
ZILBERSZTEJN
ZONSZAJN

Are these your surnames? There are many more not listed here.
To find out more about this important project and to learn how
you can help JRI Poland get the indices online, go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/status.htm and choose
Siedlce >from the pull down menu.


Linda Altman - Raleigh, NC
researching:
ALTMAN, >from Russia to NY City. TYRNAUER >from Hungary. BERGMAN >from
Warsaw & Sokolow-Podlaski, Poland to the UK, Israel and US.
CYBULA/CYBULKA/CYBULKO/CYBULKSI, Ostrow Maz., Siedlce,& Zambrow, Poland
to UK, and US. GOLDFINGIER, Sokolow-Podlaski, Poland. SINGER, Austria.
KRIEDBERG/KREIDBERG/KZAIBURG/KRITBERG/KRITZBERG >from Russia to US.
LIEBERMAN, Austria and Romania to US.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Medical Student Grandfather #general

Vivienne
 

I am hoping to find a researcher in the London area, any names and
email addresses would be appreciated.

Vivienne Diggins 71192 Scotland.

This is my first posting. I have joined this genealogy group
in the hope that I can find ways not already tried to discover
the name of my grandfather who was a medical student in London
in 1926 at the time of my mother's birth.
MODERATOR NOTE: Please send researcher recommendations privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Fw: Translation of Ketuba VM1591 #general

Allison Duke <ald63@...>
 

Thank you everyone who responded to my inquiry. The response has been great
and I must say the viewmate and the kind jewishgenners are a huge asset to
the board.

Allison


Subject: Translation of Ketuba VM1591

I've posted my grandparents ketuba. Would appreciate it if some kind
jewishgenner could translate the hebrew names for me. I'm especially
interested in my great grandfathers.
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/source/vm1591.html


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Inflation Calculator #general

m.steinberg <m.steinberg@...>
 

In response to the post by Lorraine Hershon:

"On the 1930 US census a relative lists his job as 'collector'. Can
anyone enlighten me as to what this means? A debt collector perhaps?
Also he owns his own house worth $15000. Can anyone help me to
understand in real terms how much this is, how big the house would be,
etc? The relative was in Newark NJ. As Im in England, its bad enough
trying to think in £s for 1930, but I really havent got a concept of
what a $ was worth in 1930!!!
Thanks for your time in advance
Lorraine Hershon"

Dear Lorraine,

There is a very helpful "inflation calculator" on, of all places,
NASA's web site:

http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/bu2/inflateCPI.html

Regards,
Moishe Steinberg
Canada

Searching for:

SANG, FISCHER(FISZER), HELMAN, SEIFERT - Zaleshchiki, New York City, Israel
GRANIRER, GRANIERER, SALCMAN, ARONOWICZ, KRONENFELD, FUHRMAN,GOLDSCMIDT-
Czernowitz, Israel, USA
FISCHER(FISZER)- Boryslaw, Israel, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for Robert Fischoff #general

Susana Leistner Bloch
 

I am trying to contact Robert Fischoff who is researching:

BIRNBAUM, BROT, PLAFKER >from Kolbuszowa, Huta Komorowska, Mielec,
Przedborz - Poland
BRAUN, BREITNER, BUCK (BUCH), DASCH, HELLER, PODHEISER/PODHORCER,
RUDIN/RUDNER, SCHUMER, TEITELBAUM, WIENER >from Buchach, Jazlowiec, Skalat
- Ukraine.
FISCHHOF - Molchanovka, Podwoloczyska, Pomortsy (Jazlowiec) and Skalat -
Ukraine

His e-mail : <<fischoff@attglobal.net> bounced.. If you know how to reach
Robert, please e-mail me at <bloch@mts.net>.

Susana Leistner Bloch
Winnipeg, Canada


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Brumer, Naparsstek, Rakowska from Poland #general

Ruth B. Bratvold <ru-bratv@...>
 

My grandfather Szlomo Brumer was born Jan. 16. 1889 in Czermierniki,
Poland. Does anyone know anything about him, anything at all?

He married Ruth (Rachel, Ruchelo) Naparstek and they lived in Bedzin,
Poland.

Her parents were Moszek Maier Naparstek and Szajndla Malka Rakowska. They
married in Checiny, Kielce, Poland in 1874.

Grateful for all information I can get, - and thanks to those who have
helped me before.

Best wishes, Ruth Brumer Bratvold, Norway


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: USA/Canada Border crossing for IAGS #general

Harry Dodsworth <af877@...>
 

One problem I havn't seen mentioned in this thread on border crossing
documentation is that of minor children travelling with only one
custodial parent, or even none.
Canadian authorities particularly, and also those in the US, are very
concerned about children abducted by one parent.
Children crossing the border with only one parent, need, in addition
to regular documentation, a letter (notarized, I think) >from the
absent parent, allowing them to cross the border.

--
Harry Dodsworth Ottawa Ontario Canada af877@freenet.carleton.ca


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Siedlce, Poland vital records now available! #general

Linda <altmanlh@...>
 

To all Siedlce Researchers:

Did you know that the indices to the Jewish vital records of Siedlce
town not filmed by the LDS are now available? Siedlce is 88km (55 miles)
east of Warsaw in the former Gubernia of Siedlce and the Province
of Warszawa (latitude 52 10 / longitude 22 18).

Nearby towns include Kaluszyn, Mordy, Lukow, Mokobody, Stoczek.

The surviving records are for most of the years >from 1861 to 1899.
While the indices are now available, they have
not yet been put online.

JRI-Poland has purchased the index pages for the non-microfilmed
years for Siedlce. The post-1867 indices are in Russian and the
data entry is done in Cyrillic and automatically converted to Polish
spelling by Michael Tobias, JRI-Poland's database manager.

When released, the indices for a town will be added to the
JRI-Poland database. To find out more about the PSA project
check out this link: www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/status.htm
Just choose Siedlce Archives >from the drop down menu.

There are 2240 different surnames in the 13,000 entries in
these Siedlce indices. 1156 of these surnames occur at
least twice. Here is a list of the top 30 names. All of the
names listed appear in the indices at least 39 times, and
some as many as 143 times!

AJZENBERG
BURSZTYN
EPELBAUM
FEDERMAN
FELDMAN
FRYDMAN
GOLDBERG
GOLDSZTEJN
GRYNBERG
GRYNZSPAN
GURFINKEL
GWIAZDA
KRAMARZ
LEWIN
LEWITA
LIWERANT
MARKUSFELD
MORGENSZTERN
RAFAL
ROZENBAUM
ROZENBERG
SLIWKA
SREBRNIK
TABAKMAN
TEJBLUM
TENENBAUM
WAJNBERG
ZALCMAN
ZILBERSZTEJN
ZONSZAJN

Are these your surnames? There are many more not listed here.
To find out more about this important project and to learn how
you can help JRI Poland get the indices online, go to
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/status.htm and choose
Siedlce >from the pull down menu.


Linda Altman - Raleigh, NC
researching:
ALTMAN, >from Russia to NY City. TYRNAUER >from Hungary. BERGMAN >from
Warsaw & Sokolow-Podlaski, Poland to the UK, Israel and US.
CYBULA/CYBULKA/CYBULKO/CYBULKSI, Ostrow Maz., Siedlce,& Zambrow, Poland
to UK, and US. GOLDFINGIER, Sokolow-Podlaski, Poland. SINGER, Austria.
KRIEDBERG/KREIDBERG/KZAIBURG/KRITBERG/KRITZBERG >from Russia to US.
LIEBERMAN, Austria and Romania to US.


DON'T MISS THE JEWISH GENEALOGICAL EVENT OF THE YEAR #poland

JGS of Canada (Toronto) <info@...>
 

Only a month to go until the 22nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy. If you haven’t registered yet here are a few things to consider.

1. The Event
Look at the Conference Programme at www.jgstoronto2002.ca. There has never
been as comprehensive a programme. It features some of our old standby
speakers plus a whole new range of exciting experts to entertain, enthral
and educate. As some recent news article have said, the heroes of Jewish
Genealogy are congregating in Toronto!

2. The Venue
Toronto is a great city and very safe. The Hotel setting for the Conference
is unbelievable with over 35,000 sq. ft. dedicated to our Conference on a
fully secure floor accessible only to Conference attendees. Over 14 Vendors
will congregate in our Exhibition area with booths to sell books, maps,
equipment, software, and more. As always, Avotaynu and JewishGen will be
there to show you their newest items.

3. Research
The combined Resource and Computer Rooms will be the biggest ever. This
week we expect to be able to announce several new major acquisitions which
have never been available together before and will provide a major resource
for immigration research. Sample the latest software >from Family Tree
Maker, Ancestry.com and DorotTree. The Computer Room sponsor, Ancestry.com,
will provide complementary access to their incredible databases. Check your
email.

4. Galleries
This year for the first time, the Conference will delight with several
exhibitions of art and photography with a genealogical orientation. See the
family tree displays by local Jewish schools. See Jewish tapestries from
the Pomegranate Society! See genealogically inspired art >from invited
artists. See a portion of the incredible internationally renowned
photographic exhibition of life in Poland: And I Can Still See Their Faces.
Images of Polish Jews (see
http://motlc.wiesenthal.org/exhibits/faces/index.html).

5. Conference Extras
Tired after a long day? On Tuesday and Wednesday nights, you can attend the
Toronto Jewish Genealogic Film Festival. Assembled with the help of The
Toronto Jewish Film Festival, you can relax with a wide range of
documentaries, to be announced shortly. Want to get away? How about a trip
to Niagara Falls (or send your spouse who thinks genealogy is nuts!). Take
trips to archives or tour old Jewish Toronto.

6. Breakfasts and Luncheons
Join Breakfasts with the Experts Monday through Thursday. Over a
continental breakfast sit and chat with some of the top experts in a wide
range of fields. The guest experts change every day so check the Conference
programme and attend as many as you want. Also on Monday through Wednesday,
there will be two Sponsored Luncheons. Join Avotaynu to hear Gary Mokotoff’
s views on The Future of Jewish Genealogy or be entertained by German expert
Emily C. Rose with The New Berlitz Story: Uncovering the Legend. Join
JewishGen’s luncheon on Tuesday to hear Warren Blatt and Michael Tobias talk
about how to use JewishGen databases or hear Mike Getz talk about
Latvia-Lithuania-Belarus: Common Interests and Jewish Communities. On
Wednesday Go to the Ukrainian SIG luncheon and here Olga Muzychuk, director
of the Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in Kyiv, or at the
Bohemian/Moravian (BOHMOR) SIG Luncheon, hear Peter Landé, holocaust expert
and an IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award for his work in identifying sources
of information on Holocaust victims and survivors. LUNCHES MUST BE BOOKED
SOON SO SIGN UP NOW FOR THESE EXCITING VENUES!

7. Closing Banquet
This year’s Closing Banquet will be the best ever. A pre-banquet reception
and a full course kosher meal will tantalize your palate. Live
entertainment will delight your soul. An exciting, dynamic surprise
internationally famous speaker will challenge your mind and inspire your
devotion to Jewish genealogy! This is the culmination of the Conference and
an event not to be missed. If you haven’t registered for the banquet, go to
the Conference website and do so NOW!

8. Camaraderie and Networking
Maybe the best part of the Conference experience is the chance to meet your
fellow enthusiasts. Many a long-standing problem in research has been
solved in discussions at the many tables available to sit and schmoose.
Many a new friend has been made. All of this in the safe secure environment
of the largest Conference venue ever.

9. Easy to Get To.
Toronto is less than a day’s drive >from a huge percentage of the US
population. If you live in the northeaster or Midwest US, you have no
excuse not to attend. If you live in other parts of the US or the world, we
have fast safe connections >from all major airports. If you live in Europe,
we speak French and should be here. The English should support the
colonies. The Israeli’s should come and meet their Counsel General who will
attend. Canadians can meet some of their leaders, who will be here and help
us welcome the world.

TIME IS SHORT! If you haven’t registered for the Conference or the various
events DO SO NOW!

Visit our Website at www.jgstotoronto2002.ca AND JOIN THE JEWISH
GENEALOGICAL WORLD AT ITS BIGGEST EVENT EVER - the 22nd IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy!

Jerry Tepperman
Marketing and Public Relations Chair


Fw: Need Polish translation #poland

S&E Shamroth
 

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----- Original Message -----
From: S&E Shamroth
To: jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org
Sent: Monday, July 08, 2002 7:52 PM
Subject: Need Polish translation


From: Elizabeth Shamroth
shamroth@mindspring.com


Please help me to translate the column headers as well as the handwritten
text in this two-page marriage document of Adolf Barjanski and Marie Clara
Weisstein. On the first page (VM # 1588) I can read the names of the bride
and groom and their parents but I need help with the rest of the document.
On the second page (VM # 1589) I really can't read anything. I believe that
most of the text is in Polish but some may be in Hebrew.

ViewMate # 1588

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/source/vm1588.html

ViewMate # 1589

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/source/vm1589.html

Thank you for your help.

Please send responses to:

Elizabeth Shamroth
shamroth@mindspring.com


TRANSLATION #poland

michael lixenberg <ftrvideo@...>
 

I request any kind help in translating a short document in Polish which has
the bearers picture on the reverse side.

The document can be viewed on the JG viewmate at
www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html
file VM1593

Anyone who can be of help can Email me at
ftrvideo@inter.net.il

Thank you in advance.

Michael Lixenberg

Researching LIXENBERG, LIKSENBERG, TRAUB, RATSLER(RATZLER) NOWY KORCZYN


Town locations #poland

Errol Schneegurt
 

I would like to add my 2 cents. I suggest that the longitude and latitude be
used. I know the ones related to the major cities I am researching and it
would be an easy matter for me to associate the smaller ones to them. Would
also eliminate a step when using the ShtetlSeeker at the Jewishgen site.
Using the Longitude and Latitude also helps when there are spelling variants
in the town names.
Errol Schneegurt NY


JRI Poland #Poland DON'T MISS THE JEWISH GENEALOGICAL EVENT OF THE YEAR #poland

JGS of Canada (Toronto) <info@...>
 

Only a month to go until the 22nd IAJGS International Conference on Jewish
Genealogy. If you haven’t registered yet here are a few things to consider.

1. The Event
Look at the Conference Programme at www.jgstoronto2002.ca. There has never
been as comprehensive a programme. It features some of our old standby
speakers plus a whole new range of exciting experts to entertain, enthral
and educate. As some recent news article have said, the heroes of Jewish
Genealogy are congregating in Toronto!

2. The Venue
Toronto is a great city and very safe. The Hotel setting for the Conference
is unbelievable with over 35,000 sq. ft. dedicated to our Conference on a
fully secure floor accessible only to Conference attendees. Over 14 Vendors
will congregate in our Exhibition area with booths to sell books, maps,
equipment, software, and more. As always, Avotaynu and JewishGen will be
there to show you their newest items.

3. Research
The combined Resource and Computer Rooms will be the biggest ever. This
week we expect to be able to announce several new major acquisitions which
have never been available together before and will provide a major resource
for immigration research. Sample the latest software >from Family Tree
Maker, Ancestry.com and DorotTree. The Computer Room sponsor, Ancestry.com,
will provide complementary access to their incredible databases. Check your
email.

4. Galleries
This year for the first time, the Conference will delight with several
exhibitions of art and photography with a genealogical orientation. See the
family tree displays by local Jewish schools. See Jewish tapestries from
the Pomegranate Society! See genealogically inspired art >from invited
artists. See a portion of the incredible internationally renowned
photographic exhibition of life in Poland: And I Can Still See Their Faces.
Images of Polish Jews (see
http://motlc.wiesenthal.org/exhibits/faces/index.html).

5. Conference Extras
Tired after a long day? On Tuesday and Wednesday nights, you can attend the
Toronto Jewish Genealogic Film Festival. Assembled with the help of The
Toronto Jewish Film Festival, you can relax with a wide range of
documentaries, to be announced shortly. Want to get away? How about a trip
to Niagara Falls (or send your spouse who thinks genealogy is nuts!). Take
trips to archives or tour old Jewish Toronto.

6. Breakfasts and Luncheons
Join Breakfasts with the Experts Monday through Thursday. Over a
continental breakfast sit and chat with some of the top experts in a wide
range of fields. The guest experts change every day so check the Conference
programme and attend as many as you want. Also on Monday through Wednesday,
there will be two Sponsored Luncheons. Join Avotaynu to hear Gary Mokotoff’
s views on The Future of Jewish Genealogy or be entertained by German expert
Emily C. Rose with The New Berlitz Story: Uncovering the Legend. Join
JewishGen’s luncheon on Tuesday to hear Warren Blatt and Michael Tobias talk
about how to use JewishGen databases or hear Mike Getz talk about
Latvia-Lithuania-Belarus: Common Interests and Jewish Communities. On
Wednesday Go to the Ukrainian SIG luncheon and here Olga Muzychuk, director
of the Central State Historical Archives of Ukraine in Kyiv, or at the
Bohemian/Moravian (BOHMOR) SIG Luncheon, hear Peter Landé, holocaust expert
and an IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award for his work in identifying sources
of information on Holocaust victims and survivors. LUNCHES MUST BE BOOKED
SOON SO SIGN UP NOW FOR THESE EXCITING VENUES!

7. Closing Banquet
This year’s Closing Banquet will be the best ever. A pre-banquet reception
and a full course kosher meal will tantalize your palate. Live
entertainment will delight your soul. An exciting, dynamic surprise
internationally famous speaker will challenge your mind and inspire your
devotion to Jewish genealogy! This is the culmination of the Conference and
an event not to be missed. If you haven’t registered for the banquet, go to
the Conference website and do so NOW!

8. Camaraderie and Networking
Maybe the best part of the Conference experience is the chance to meet your
fellow enthusiasts. Many a long-standing problem in research has been
solved in discussions at the many tables available to sit and schmoose.
Many a new friend has been made. All of this in the safe secure environment
of the largest Conference venue ever.

9. Easy to Get To.
Toronto is less than a day’s drive >from a huge percentage of the US
population. If you live in the northeaster or Midwest US, you have no
excuse not to attend. If you live in other parts of the US or the world, we
have fast safe connections >from all major airports. If you live in Europe,
we speak French and should be here. The English should support the
colonies. The Israeli’s should come and meet their Counsel General who will
attend. Canadians can meet some of their leaders, who will be here and help
us welcome the world.

TIME IS SHORT! If you haven’t registered for the Conference or the various
events DO SO NOW!

Visit our Website at www.jgstotoronto2002.ca AND JOIN THE JEWISH
GENEALOGICAL WORLD AT ITS BIGGEST EVENT EVER - the 22nd IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy!

Jerry Tepperman
Marketing and Public Relations Chair


JRI Poland #Poland Fw: Need Polish translation #poland

S&E Shamroth
 

X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 6.00.2600.0000
X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V6.00.2600.0000

----- Original Message -----
From: S&E Shamroth
To: jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org
Sent: Monday, July 08, 2002 7:52 PM
Subject: Need Polish translation


From: Elizabeth Shamroth
shamroth@mindspring.com


Please help me to translate the column headers as well as the handwritten
text in this two-page marriage document of Adolf Barjanski and Marie Clara
Weisstein. On the first page (VM # 1588) I can read the names of the bride
and groom and their parents but I need help with the rest of the document.
On the second page (VM # 1589) I really can't read anything. I believe that
most of the text is in Polish but some may be in Hebrew.

ViewMate # 1588

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/source/vm1588.html

ViewMate # 1589

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ALL/source/vm1589.html

Thank you for your help.

Please send responses to:

Elizabeth Shamroth
shamroth@mindspring.com