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Seeking a kind volunteer to translate Polish records #poland

J G
 

I have a group of 20 records in total composed of births, deaths,
and a marriage or two. The copies are very legible if some
generous person would like to translate.

It would be easiest to work directly with someone via email
rather than via viewmate, in case you were wondering.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Kind regards

Joe Glass

Please reply to my email. Thank you.


Looking for survivors and their descendants liberated from Dachau sub-camps by 522nd Field Artillery Battalion #poland

Judith Elam
 

I am in charge of bringing an exhibit to Maui, Hawaii, (where I live),
entitled The German Roots of Zionism. It will be on display for 3 months at
our local Nisei Veterans Memorial Center, probably starting August 2018. We
are trying to tie the exhibit in with a Hawaiian-Japanese theme as well. The
522nd Field Artillery Battalion was activated February 1, 1943, at Camp
Shelby, Mississippi, as part of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. The unit
was comprised of both mainland and Hawaii Japanese Americans. It is best
known for liberating some of the Dachau sub-camps.

I would therefore like to make contact with anyone who has personal
information (documents, photos, testimonials, etc.) about Jews liberated
from Dachau sub-camps by the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion. We would like
to display such personal items in a display case for the duration of the
exhibit.

Please contact me privately at elamj@hawaii.rr.com. Thank you.

Judith Elam
Kihei, Hawaii


JRI Poland #Poland Seeking a kind volunteer to translate Polish records #poland

J G
 

I have a group of 20 records in total composed of births, deaths,
and a marriage or two. The copies are very legible if some
generous person would like to translate.

It would be easiest to work directly with someone via email
rather than via viewmate, in case you were wondering.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Kind regards

Joe Glass

Please reply to my email. Thank you.


JRI Poland #Poland Looking for survivors and their descendants liberated from Dachau sub-camps by 522nd Field Artillery Battalion #poland

Judith Elam
 

I am in charge of bringing an exhibit to Maui, Hawaii, (where I live),
entitled The German Roots of Zionism. It will be on display for 3 months at
our local Nisei Veterans Memorial Center, probably starting August 2018. We
are trying to tie the exhibit in with a Hawaiian-Japanese theme as well. The
522nd Field Artillery Battalion was activated February 1, 1943, at Camp
Shelby, Mississippi, as part of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. The unit
was comprised of both mainland and Hawaii Japanese Americans. It is best
known for liberating some of the Dachau sub-camps.

I would therefore like to make contact with anyone who has personal
information (documents, photos, testimonials, etc.) about Jews liberated
from Dachau sub-camps by the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion. We would like
to display such personal items in a display case for the duration of the
exhibit.

Please contact me privately at elamj@hawaii.rr.com. Thank you.

Judith Elam
Kihei, Hawaii


Dorpat in Estonia #latvia

Arlene Beare
 

Rob this is the correct SIG for your post.
Here are a few addresses that may help.
National Archives of Estonia
J.Liivi 4 Tartu 50409
Email rahvusarhiivi@ra.ee

Archives of Latvia and Estonia Jews in Israel
Hof Hasharon Shefayim 60990
Appointment is needed if visiting. Material is in many languages and family
trees are in manuscript form. There are books on various Jewish
Communites,photos and oral testimonies in manuscript form.
Searches >from abroad cost 20 dollars per search.
Good page to visit
https://www.jewishgen.org/courland/data_by_sources.htm#shefayim

University of Tartu has collections of the following organisations
Jewish Student Treasury
Academic Jewish Society of Literature and History (1918)
Academic Society for Jewish History and Culture (1920-1941)
The Society of Jewish Female Students Hacfiro (1925-1938)
The Academic Jewish Society Limuwia(1940)
The Academic Society for the Studies of Judaism Shalal (1932-1939)

Hope this helps You should use the Latvia and the Courland Discussion
Lists.

Arlene Beare(UK)
Dorfman (born Birzai Lithuania and then lived in Riga)
Scher/Blum(born Pandelys Lithuania and then lived in Riga)
Berman (born Lygumai Lithuania and then lived in Jekabpils Latvia
Samuels - Benjamin and brother Joseph Poland Krakow and Zychlin
Dembinski Zychlin
Ring Poland

---
Original message:

Where on Jewishgen.org -- which discussion list and SIG -- should I go for
information about my ancestors in Tartu (Dorpat)?

Tartu today is in Estonia. It's about 140 miles northeast of Riga.

Thank you.

Rob Sacks
New York City
robsacks@gmail.com


Latvia SIG #Latvia Dorpat in Estonia #latvia

Arlene Beare
 

Rob this is the correct SIG for your post.
Here are a few addresses that may help.
National Archives of Estonia
J.Liivi 4 Tartu 50409
Email rahvusarhiivi@ra.ee

Archives of Latvia and Estonia Jews in Israel
Hof Hasharon Shefayim 60990
Appointment is needed if visiting. Material is in many languages and family
trees are in manuscript form. There are books on various Jewish
Communites,photos and oral testimonies in manuscript form.
Searches >from abroad cost 20 dollars per search.
Good page to visit
https://www.jewishgen.org/courland/data_by_sources.htm#shefayim

University of Tartu has collections of the following organisations
Jewish Student Treasury
Academic Jewish Society of Literature and History (1918)
Academic Society for Jewish History and Culture (1920-1941)
The Society of Jewish Female Students Hacfiro (1925-1938)
The Academic Jewish Society Limuwia(1940)
The Academic Society for the Studies of Judaism Shalal (1932-1939)

Hope this helps You should use the Latvia and the Courland Discussion
Lists.

Arlene Beare(UK)
Dorfman (born Birzai Lithuania and then lived in Riga)
Scher/Blum(born Pandelys Lithuania and then lived in Riga)
Berman (born Lygumai Lithuania and then lived in Jekabpils Latvia
Samuels - Benjamin and brother Joseph Poland Krakow and Zychlin
Dembinski Zychlin
Ring Poland

---
Original message:

Where on Jewishgen.org -- which discussion list and SIG -- should I go for
information about my ancestors in Tartu (Dorpat)?

Tartu today is in Estonia. It's about 140 miles northeast of Riga.

Thank you.

Rob Sacks
New York City
robsacks@gmail.com


Re: Beth Yaakov school in Trilport, France #france

Amos Israel Zezmer
 

The Orthodox girls school, in Yerres, is called Beth Rivkah...

Amos ZEZMER
Yerres, France


French SIG #France Re: Beth Yaakov school in Trilport, France #france

Amos Israel Zezmer
 

The Orthodox girls school, in Yerres, is called Beth Rivkah...

Amos ZEZMER
Yerres, France


JGS Conejo Valley and Ventura County September 10 Meeting With Hal Bookbinder Speaking on Immigration and Naturalization #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County
(JGSCV) will meet Sunday, September 10 >from 1:30-3:30 pm at Temple Adat
Elohim 2420 E Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362.

Note: we have extended the time for the schmoozing corner to 30 minutes and
it will begin earlier at 1:00 PM

Program: U.S. Immigration and Naturalization

One of the first things that the newly created United States of America did
was to establish laws covering naturalization. These laws, however, were
administered by the states with many variations. Over the years, the laws
were changed. Finally, in 1906 the Federal Government took control of the
entire process. The standardized documentation after 1906 has proven
invaluable to genealogical researchers. Similarly, laws controlling
immigration have also changed over time, generally becoming more
restrictive. As immigration and naturalization documentation can be key
information in tracing one's roots, understanding how the process worked
over time, understanding how the information was recorded and where it might
be found is essential. This lecture will provide a short history of
immigration and naturalization laws and provide general guidance in finding
your ancestor's documentation.

Speaker: Hal Bookbinder has been researching eight family lines for over 27
years, identifying 4,000 relatives and tracing two of these lines into the
mid-1700s. A founding member of JGSCV, and former president of JGSLA and
IAJGS, he created and continues to edit the annual Jewish Genealogical
Yearbook. In 2010, Hal received the IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award for his
various contributions to Jewish Genealogy. Hal was recently elected to the
JewishGen Board of Governors. He has spoken at numerous conferences,
synagogues and society meetings on topics >from computing to geography to
brick walls.

Schmoozing Corner: Starting at 1:00PM, facilitated by JGSCV member Marion
Werle. Marion has spoken at JGSCV meetings and conferences on genealogy and
is a great resource. This is a great opportunity to ask questions to help
direct your personal genealogy.

Traveling Library: Categories A and B books will available starting at
1:00PM. To see which books that will be at the meeting, see the JGSCV
website at: www.JGSCV.org Library, traveling.

The meeting is open to the public without charge.

For directions and other information regarding JGSCV please visit our
website: www.jgscv.org

Membership: Membership forms are on our website, www.JGSCV.org under
"about" and will be available at the meeting. Anyone may join JGSCV. Annual
dues are $25 for an individual and $30 for a family.

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County is
dedicated to sharing genealogical information, techniques and research tools
with anyone interested in Jewish genealogy and family history.

Looking forward to seeing you on September 10

Jan Meisels Allen
President, JGSCV


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS Conejo Valley and Ventura County September 10 Meeting With Hal Bookbinder Speaking on Immigration and Naturalization #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County
(JGSCV) will meet Sunday, September 10 >from 1:30-3:30 pm at Temple Adat
Elohim 2420 E Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362.

Note: we have extended the time for the schmoozing corner to 30 minutes and
it will begin earlier at 1:00 PM

Program: U.S. Immigration and Naturalization

One of the first things that the newly created United States of America did
was to establish laws covering naturalization. These laws, however, were
administered by the states with many variations. Over the years, the laws
were changed. Finally, in 1906 the Federal Government took control of the
entire process. The standardized documentation after 1906 has proven
invaluable to genealogical researchers. Similarly, laws controlling
immigration have also changed over time, generally becoming more
restrictive. As immigration and naturalization documentation can be key
information in tracing one's roots, understanding how the process worked
over time, understanding how the information was recorded and where it might
be found is essential. This lecture will provide a short history of
immigration and naturalization laws and provide general guidance in finding
your ancestor's documentation.

Speaker: Hal Bookbinder has been researching eight family lines for over 27
years, identifying 4,000 relatives and tracing two of these lines into the
mid-1700s. A founding member of JGSCV, and former president of JGSLA and
IAJGS, he created and continues to edit the annual Jewish Genealogical
Yearbook. In 2010, Hal received the IAJGS Lifetime Achievement Award for his
various contributions to Jewish Genealogy. Hal was recently elected to the
JewishGen Board of Governors. He has spoken at numerous conferences,
synagogues and society meetings on topics >from computing to geography to
brick walls.

Schmoozing Corner: Starting at 1:00PM, facilitated by JGSCV member Marion
Werle. Marion has spoken at JGSCV meetings and conferences on genealogy and
is a great resource. This is a great opportunity to ask questions to help
direct your personal genealogy.

Traveling Library: Categories A and B books will available starting at
1:00PM. To see which books that will be at the meeting, see the JGSCV
website at: www.JGSCV.org Library, traveling.

The meeting is open to the public without charge.

For directions and other information regarding JGSCV please visit our
website: www.jgscv.org

Membership: Membership forms are on our website, www.JGSCV.org under
"about" and will be available at the meeting. Anyone may join JGSCV. Annual
dues are $25 for an individual and $30 for a family.

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County is
dedicated to sharing genealogical information, techniques and research tools
with anyone interested in Jewish genealogy and family history.

Looking forward to seeing you on September 10

Jan Meisels Allen
President, JGSCV


Looking for survivors and their descendants liberated from Dachau sub-camps by 522nd Field Artillery Battalion #general

Judith Elam
 

I am in charge of bringing an exhibit to Maui, Hawaii, (where I live),
entitled The German Roots of Zionism. It will be on display for 3 months at
our local Nisei Veterans Memorial Center, probably starting August 2018. We
are trying to tie the exhibit in with a Hawaiian-Japanese theme as well. The
522nd Field Artillery Battalion was activated February 1, 1943, at Camp
Shelby, Mississippi, as part of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. The unit
was comprised of both mainland and Hawaii Japanese Americans. It is best
known for liberating some of the Dachau sub-camps.

I would therefore like to make contact with anyone who has personal
information (documents, photos, testimonials, etc.) about Jews liberated
from Dachau sub-camps by the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion. We would like
to display such personal items in a display case for the duration of the
exhibit.

Please contact me privately at elamj@hawaii.rr.com. Thank you.

Judith Elam
Kihei, Hawaii


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for survivors and their descendants liberated from Dachau sub-camps by 522nd Field Artillery Battalion #general

Judith Elam
 

I am in charge of bringing an exhibit to Maui, Hawaii, (where I live),
entitled The German Roots of Zionism. It will be on display for 3 months at
our local Nisei Veterans Memorial Center, probably starting August 2018. We
are trying to tie the exhibit in with a Hawaiian-Japanese theme as well. The
522nd Field Artillery Battalion was activated February 1, 1943, at Camp
Shelby, Mississippi, as part of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. The unit
was comprised of both mainland and Hawaii Japanese Americans. It is best
known for liberating some of the Dachau sub-camps.

I would therefore like to make contact with anyone who has personal
information (documents, photos, testimonials, etc.) about Jews liberated
from Dachau sub-camps by the 522nd Field Artillery Battalion. We would like
to display such personal items in a display case for the duration of the
exhibit.

Please contact me privately at elamj@hawaii.rr.com. Thank you.

Judith Elam
Kihei, Hawaii


Re: Jontofsohn #germany

Saul Issroff
 

In reply to your query on GerSIG:-

There is a family tree with names of his son etc see

Gary Jonsohn - Genealogy - Geni

https://www.geni.com/people/Gary-Jonsohn/3180917
Gary Jonsohn. Immediate Family: Son of Rolf Jonsohn (Jontofzohn) and
Toby Jonsohn Husband of <private> Jonsohn Father of <private> Jonsohn
and ...

South African Death Notices for the JONSOHN Families ...

https://www.identitynumber.org/death-notices-results.php?surname=JONSOHN

Full Names, Surname, Year of Birth, View More. ROLF, JONSOHN, 1914.
Click Here for More Information. Get in Touch. Contact Us. Email:
info@identitynumber.

Burial of Rolf in Cape town
ID Surname First Names Date of Death Age Listing
26132 JONSOHN Rolf 1992-05-14 77 Cape Town, Pinelands2
http://www.jewishroots.uct.ac.za/

Immigration papers for Miss R. Jontofsohn
Cape Archives

DEPOT KAB
SOURCE PIO
TYPE LEER
VOLUME_NO 152
SYSTEM 01
REFERENCE 10494E
PART 1
DESCRIPTION IMMIGRATION PAPERS. MISS R JONTOFSOHN.
STARTING 1937
ENDING 1937

http://www.national.archsrch.gov.za/sm300cv/smws/sm30ddf0?20170904155106D5F0366A&DN=00000001

here, is Afrikaans, is permission to change name to Johnsohn

DEPOT SAB
SOURCE URU
TYPE LEER
VOLUME_NO 2626
SYSTEM 01
REFERENCE 1046
PART 1
DESCRIPTION MAGTIGING AAN R JONTOFSOHN EN VROU OM DIE VAN JOHNSOHN AAN TE NEEM.
STARTING 1949
ENDING 1949

http://www.national.archsrch.gov.za/sm300cv/smws/sm30ddf0?20170904155106D5F0366A&DN=00000001

Saul Issroff in the UK saul65@gmail.com

[ S.A. SIG would have been a more appropriate place to post this query ]

George Ryner <gwryner@gmail.com> Wrote:
I am seeking information about Rolf JONTOFSOHN .
He emigrated to Krugerdorf Sth Africa about 1937 He is the last cousin
of my father we have not been able to find any one who may know about
his family.

[Any information would be gratefully appreciated as they were the only
ones missinng >from a family reunion last Febuary.

Rolf Jontofsohn gwryner@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany RE: Jontofsohn #germany

Saul Issroff
 

In reply to your query on GerSIG:-

There is a family tree with names of his son etc see

Gary Jonsohn - Genealogy - Geni

https://www.geni.com/people/Gary-Jonsohn/3180917
Gary Jonsohn. Immediate Family: Son of Rolf Jonsohn (Jontofzohn) and
Toby Jonsohn Husband of <private> Jonsohn Father of <private> Jonsohn
and ...

South African Death Notices for the JONSOHN Families ...

https://www.identitynumber.org/death-notices-results.php?surname=JONSOHN

Full Names, Surname, Year of Birth, View More. ROLF, JONSOHN, 1914.
Click Here for More Information. Get in Touch. Contact Us. Email:
info@identitynumber.

Burial of Rolf in Cape town
ID Surname First Names Date of Death Age Listing
26132 JONSOHN Rolf 1992-05-14 77 Cape Town, Pinelands2
http://www.jewishroots.uct.ac.za/

Immigration papers for Miss R. Jontofsohn
Cape Archives

DEPOT KAB
SOURCE PIO
TYPE LEER
VOLUME_NO 152
SYSTEM 01
REFERENCE 10494E
PART 1
DESCRIPTION IMMIGRATION PAPERS. MISS R JONTOFSOHN.
STARTING 1937
ENDING 1937

http://www.national.archsrch.gov.za/sm300cv/smws/sm30ddf0?20170904155106D5F0366A&DN=00000001

here, is Afrikaans, is permission to change name to Johnsohn

DEPOT SAB
SOURCE URU
TYPE LEER
VOLUME_NO 2626
SYSTEM 01
REFERENCE 1046
PART 1
DESCRIPTION MAGTIGING AAN R JONTOFSOHN EN VROU OM DIE VAN JOHNSOHN AAN TE NEEM.
STARTING 1949
ENDING 1949

http://www.national.archsrch.gov.za/sm300cv/smws/sm30ddf0?20170904155106D5F0366A&DN=00000001

Saul Issroff in the UK saul65@gmail.com

[ S.A. SIG would have been a more appropriate place to post this query ]

George Ryner <gwryner@gmail.com> Wrote:
I am seeking information about Rolf JONTOFSOHN .
He emigrated to Krugerdorf Sth Africa about 1937 He is the last cousin
of my father we have not been able to find any one who may know about
his family.

[Any information would be gratefully appreciated as they were the only
ones missinng >from a family reunion last Febuary.

Rolf Jontofsohn gwryner@gmail.com


INTRO - Dr. Curt BERLINER Chemnitz #germany

Juerrgen Nitsche <junitsche58@...>
 

Intro: Dr Curt Berliner

I am preparing a speech on a colloquium at the Institute for history of
medicine of the Technical University in Dresden at 13th, September 2017.
The event will be in the cardiology clinic in Dresden.

I try to reconstruct the life of the jewish physician Dr Curt
BERLINER. He was born in 1885 in Krappitz (Silesia). Moritz BERLINER
was his father, Jenny BERLINER n. CASSIERER, his mother. He had three
brothers Ernst, Hugo and Walter. And he had a sister Klara, m.
Unikuwer. He studied in Breslau, Berlin and Munich. HE has graduated
in 1909 at the university of Breslau.

He went in 1910 to Chemnitz, where he started his career as general
practitioner. >from 1914 till 1918 he was a soldier in the I. World War.

In December, 1937 he was sentenced to 15 month imprisonment. The
reason was so called racial defilement.
Curt Berliner was brought in the prison in Zwickau (Saxoy). In May
1940 he could immigrate to Shanghai. Only in 1948 he may go to the
United States, where he lived in the 60-ies in Oakland (California).
His brother Walter emigrated to Bolivia.

I am looking for anybody, who knew Curt BERLINER or could help me to get
more information about his life in the USA. When and where did he die?

All advice and information are very welcome. Thank you very much in advance!

Juergen Nitsche, Mittweida, Germany - JuNitsche58@gmail.com

Researching:
BERLINER - Krappitz, Oppeln, Breslau, Munich, Chemnitz, Zwickau,
Shanghai, Oakland
CASSIERER - Krappitz, Breslau


German SIG #Germany INTRO - Dr. Curt BERLINER Chemnitz #germany

Juerrgen Nitsche <junitsche58@...>
 

Intro: Dr Curt Berliner

I am preparing a speech on a colloquium at the Institute for history of
medicine of the Technical University in Dresden at 13th, September 2017.
The event will be in the cardiology clinic in Dresden.

I try to reconstruct the life of the jewish physician Dr Curt
BERLINER. He was born in 1885 in Krappitz (Silesia). Moritz BERLINER
was his father, Jenny BERLINER n. CASSIERER, his mother. He had three
brothers Ernst, Hugo and Walter. And he had a sister Klara, m.
Unikuwer. He studied in Breslau, Berlin and Munich. HE has graduated
in 1909 at the university of Breslau.

He went in 1910 to Chemnitz, where he started his career as general
practitioner. >from 1914 till 1918 he was a soldier in the I. World War.

In December, 1937 he was sentenced to 15 month imprisonment. The
reason was so called racial defilement.
Curt Berliner was brought in the prison in Zwickau (Saxoy). In May
1940 he could immigrate to Shanghai. Only in 1948 he may go to the
United States, where he lived in the 60-ies in Oakland (California).
His brother Walter emigrated to Bolivia.

I am looking for anybody, who knew Curt BERLINER or could help me to get
more information about his life in the USA. When and where did he die?

All advice and information are very welcome. Thank you very much in advance!

Juergen Nitsche, Mittweida, Germany - JuNitsche58@gmail.com

Researching:
BERLINER - Krappitz, Oppeln, Breslau, Munich, Chemnitz, Zwickau,
Shanghai, Oakland
CASSIERER - Krappitz, Breslau


Family Tree Book: MENDERS, MENDERSCHAUSEN, LEHMANN, OFFENBACHER, etc. #germany

Barbara Algaze
 

Our JGSLA library has recently received a Family Tree Book for the
German-Jewish family of MENDERS. It was put together by Inge (Ingeborg)
MENDERS NUSSBAUM JOHNSON (1939 - ???). Names in the book include:

Asher Lemuel LEHMANN (Laemle ben Aaron WELDSBERG) 1779 – 1858
Roeschen LEHMANN nee SUSSMANN (1787 – 1858).

And their children:
Jette and Levy LEESER
Sophie and Wolf Hirsch MICHAELS
Hennchen and Bendix MAGNIS
Abron LEHMANN and Minna geb. WEILER
Clarchen and Jacques SIMON
Minchen LEHMANN
George LEHMANN
Meir LEHMANN and Therese geb. BONDI

Juda Ascher OFFENBACHER/OPPENHEIM (1703 – 1791)
Rachel SCHLENKER, daughter of Amschel and Miriam

And their children: Esther, Jochebed, Sorle, Mayer

Bernard LANG (1866-1912) and Bina (born 1874 in Diespeck)
Paul LANG (b: 1899 – 1990) Annemarie LEHMANN (b: 1924)

Asher MENDERSCHAUSEN and Jonette nee MEYER
Moritz MENDERSCHAUSEN and Emilie nee LOWENTHAL
Heinrich MENDERSCHAUSEN and Rosa nee BLUMENFELD
Erich MENDERSCHAUSEN and Edith nee LEHMANN

MENDERSHAUSEN was later shortened to MENDERS when the family immigrated to
California

If you have any connection to any of these families, please let me know and
I will send you the relevant pages.

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


Kiel (Schleswig-Holstein) records, late 19th, early 20th centuries #germany

jberlowitz <jberlowitz331@...>
 

Dear SIGgers,

Does anyone know if birth records for Kiel are available for
1890-1900? I'm looking for the birth record of Clara PHILIPSBORN,
daughter of Jacob ("Koppel") PHILIPSBORN and Ida MOND. NS-time
records list her birth as 29 June 1890 but she herself was rather
"creative" about her birth year during her lifetime (varying from
1899-1902).

I would also appreciate any information about Kiel school records for
this time frame.

Judith Berlowitz, Oakland, California jberlowitz331@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Family Tree Book: MENDERS, MENDERSCHAUSEN, LEHMANN, OFFENBACHER, etc. #germany

Barbara Algaze
 

Our JGSLA library has recently received a Family Tree Book for the
German-Jewish family of MENDERS. It was put together by Inge (Ingeborg)
MENDERS NUSSBAUM JOHNSON (1939 - ???). Names in the book include:

Asher Lemuel LEHMANN (Laemle ben Aaron WELDSBERG) 1779 – 1858
Roeschen LEHMANN nee SUSSMANN (1787 – 1858).

And their children:
Jette and Levy LEESER
Sophie and Wolf Hirsch MICHAELS
Hennchen and Bendix MAGNIS
Abron LEHMANN and Minna geb. WEILER
Clarchen and Jacques SIMON
Minchen LEHMANN
George LEHMANN
Meir LEHMANN and Therese geb. BONDI

Juda Ascher OFFENBACHER/OPPENHEIM (1703 – 1791)
Rachel SCHLENKER, daughter of Amschel and Miriam

And their children: Esther, Jochebed, Sorle, Mayer

Bernard LANG (1866-1912) and Bina (born 1874 in Diespeck)
Paul LANG (b: 1899 – 1990) Annemarie LEHMANN (b: 1924)

Asher MENDERSCHAUSEN and Jonette nee MEYER
Moritz MENDERSCHAUSEN and Emilie nee LOWENTHAL
Heinrich MENDERSCHAUSEN and Rosa nee BLUMENFELD
Erich MENDERSCHAUSEN and Edith nee LEHMANN

MENDERSHAUSEN was later shortened to MENDERS when the family immigrated to
California

If you have any connection to any of these families, please let me know and
I will send you the relevant pages.

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


German SIG #Germany Kiel (Schleswig-Holstein) records, late 19th, early 20th centuries #germany

jberlowitz <jberlowitz331@...>
 

Dear SIGgers,

Does anyone know if birth records for Kiel are available for
1890-1900? I'm looking for the birth record of Clara PHILIPSBORN,
daughter of Jacob ("Koppel") PHILIPSBORN and Ida MOND. NS-time
records list her birth as 29 June 1890 but she herself was rather
"creative" about her birth year during her lifetime (varying from
1899-1902).

I would also appreciate any information about Kiel school records for
this time frame.

Judith Berlowitz, Oakland, California jberlowitz331@gmail.com

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