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Re: Surnames in Cuba and South America - origins? #general

,
 

Dear Gail,
The custom may have started in Spain and today is not only practiced by
those with Hispanic surnames, but those raised in Spanish speaking
countries. Therefore my Argentine born sister-in-law is Julia Cohen de
Cohen. This American married to an Argentine compromised (note the hyphen
in the signature) . Perhaps the family you are researching originated in
Spain and kept the custom in Latvia. Carol Blumenthal-Cohen


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Surnames in Cuba and South America - origins? #general

,
 

Dear Gail,
The custom may have started in Spain and today is not only practiced by
those with Hispanic surnames, but those raised in Spanish speaking
countries. Therefore my Argentine born sister-in-law is Julia Cohen de
Cohen. This American married to an Argentine compromised (note the hyphen
in the signature) . Perhaps the family you are researching originated in
Spain and kept the custom in Latvia. Carol Blumenthal-Cohen


Dora FELDMAN b. Palestine abt 1897 #general

come@...
 

I have copies of pages >from the passport of a Dora FELDMAN that I
received >from the National Archives of Australia but she is not related
to me. I would be happy to mail this to you if she is your relative.

She landed in Fremantle, Western Australia, on 21 February 1927 aboard
the SS Commissaire Ramel and was travelling with her son Moshi who was 3
years old at the time. Dora was 30 years old and was born in Palestine.

Mary Blumenstein
Melbourne, Australia

Researching: BAUM/Svidnik, Satoraljaujhely, Hungary. BERNER/KATZ/
Beregovo,Ukraine.BLUMENSTEIN/IvanoFrankovsk,Ukraine.GOLDFARB/MONCIASZ
Parczew,Poland.HELLINGER/Michalovce,Kosice,Slovakia.NEUMAN/NEUMANN/
Kvakovce,Michalovce, Slovakia, KALDIZAR/anywhere.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Dora FELDMAN b. Palestine abt 1897 #general

come@...
 

I have copies of pages >from the passport of a Dora FELDMAN that I
received >from the National Archives of Australia but she is not related
to me. I would be happy to mail this to you if she is your relative.

She landed in Fremantle, Western Australia, on 21 February 1927 aboard
the SS Commissaire Ramel and was travelling with her son Moshi who was 3
years old at the time. Dora was 30 years old and was born in Palestine.

Mary Blumenstein
Melbourne, Australia

Researching: BAUM/Svidnik, Satoraljaujhely, Hungary. BERNER/KATZ/
Beregovo,Ukraine.BLUMENSTEIN/IvanoFrankovsk,Ukraine.GOLDFARB/MONCIASZ
Parczew,Poland.HELLINGER/Michalovce,Kosice,Slovakia.NEUMAN/NEUMANN/
Kvakovce,Michalovce, Slovakia, KALDIZAR/anywhere.


National Archives of Australia #general

come@...
 

I just wanted to let you all know that the National Archives of
Australia is a valuable resource particularly if your relatives came
here as a post war immigrant. Their web address is
http://www.naa.gov.au
Go to "explore record search" 3/4 of the way down the page, click
search, then click "guest". I have been able to receive copies of
documents such as Application for Naturalization Forms, Incoming
Passenger Cards with photographs, Stat. Decs, passports, etc all with
lots of information and all filled out by the individuals themselves.
Once you find your relative, you fill out an online form asking for what
is available on the person. The National Archives will mail it to you.
They state that you may have to pay photocopying costs.

I must also say that there are relatives of mine who should be listed
here but are not so I would say the Archives are presently in the
process of making this information available.

Please direct any questions you may have to the Archives.

Mary Blumenstein
Melbourne, Australia

Researching: BAUM/Svidnik, Satoraljaujhely, Hungary. BERNER/KATZ/
Beregovo,Ukraine.BLUMENSTEIN/IvanoFrankovsk,Ukraine.GOLDFARB/MONCIASZ
Parczew,Poland.HELLINGER/Michalovce,Kosice,Slovakia.NEUMAN/NEUMANN/
Kvakovce,Michalovce, Slovakia, KALDIZAR/anywhere.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen National Archives of Australia #general

come@...
 

I just wanted to let you all know that the National Archives of
Australia is a valuable resource particularly if your relatives came
here as a post war immigrant. Their web address is
http://www.naa.gov.au
Go to "explore record search" 3/4 of the way down the page, click
search, then click "guest". I have been able to receive copies of
documents such as Application for Naturalization Forms, Incoming
Passenger Cards with photographs, Stat. Decs, passports, etc all with
lots of information and all filled out by the individuals themselves.
Once you find your relative, you fill out an online form asking for what
is available on the person. The National Archives will mail it to you.
They state that you may have to pay photocopying costs.

I must also say that there are relatives of mine who should be listed
here but are not so I would say the Archives are presently in the
process of making this information available.

Please direct any questions you may have to the Archives.

Mary Blumenstein
Melbourne, Australia

Researching: BAUM/Svidnik, Satoraljaujhely, Hungary. BERNER/KATZ/
Beregovo,Ukraine.BLUMENSTEIN/IvanoFrankovsk,Ukraine.GOLDFARB/MONCIASZ
Parczew,Poland.HELLINGER/Michalovce,Kosice,Slovakia.NEUMAN/NEUMANN/
Kvakovce,Michalovce, Slovakia, KALDIZAR/anywhere.


Re: Canadian Immig records #general

DrsJavinskyLittle <SusanLittleDVM@...>
 

Dear Miriam:

The 1901 census for Canada has much valuable genealogical information, such
as names and birthdates for all family members, birthplaces and also
sometimes year of immigration as well as occupation, etc.

I occasionally go to the National Archives here in Ottawa and I'd be happy
to look up this record for you. It might be a while before I go again (the
weather is not nice here !), so if you are still interested in getting the
information in a month or so, get back in touch with me.

Susan Javinsky
Ottawa, Canada
Researching: DZIEWIECKI, PALESNICKI (Dzialoszyce, Poland)

WEINSHENKER (Warszawa, Poland), HUSNEY (Aleppo, Syria)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: Canadian Immig records #general

DrsJavinskyLittle <SusanLittleDVM@...>
 

Dear Miriam:

The 1901 census for Canada has much valuable genealogical information, such
as names and birthdates for all family members, birthplaces and also
sometimes year of immigration as well as occupation, etc.

I occasionally go to the National Archives here in Ottawa and I'd be happy
to look up this record for you. It might be a while before I go again (the
weather is not nice here !), so if you are still interested in getting the
information in a month or so, get back in touch with me.

Susan Javinsky
Ottawa, Canada
Researching: DZIEWIECKI, PALESNICKI (Dzialoszyce, Poland)

WEINSHENKER (Warszawa, Poland), HUSNEY (Aleppo, Syria)


Zibel Family/Montreal #yiddish

Larry Freund and Gloria Berkenstat Freund <glory1@...>
 

My late uncle's recollections of World War One-era Montreal include the
Jewish theater vaudeville act of a "Papa and Mama and M'amselle ZIBEL
(ZEIBEL?)." ("They would sing on the stage; they were well known on the
stage.")

Does that ring a bell for anyone? That is, who they were?

Thanks for your help.

Larry Freund
glory1@worldnet.att.net
New York, NY


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Zibel Family/Montreal #yiddish

Larry Freund and Gloria Berkenstat Freund <glory1@...>
 

My late uncle's recollections of World War One-era Montreal include the
Jewish theater vaudeville act of a "Papa and Mama and M'amselle ZIBEL
(ZEIBEL?)." ("They would sing on the stage; they were well known on the
stage.")

Does that ring a bell for anyone? That is, who they were?

Thanks for your help.

Larry Freund
glory1@worldnet.att.net
New York, NY


Searching: Shulamet & Tsipe Shohat #general

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

I am posting this for a Holocaust survivor who is searching for her two
friends, sisters Shulamet and Tsipe Shohat (Shochat) originally >from Kaunas,
Lithuania. They were all in the Kovno Ghetto, then sent to Riga and finally
to Dachau.

Both Shulamet Shohat Rosenfeld and Tsipe Shohat Glazer were thought to have
settled in Atlanta, Georgia, with their husbands.

Please contact me directly if you are familiar with this family.

Thank you,
Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: Shulamet & Tsipe Shohat #general

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

I am posting this for a Holocaust survivor who is searching for her two
friends, sisters Shulamet and Tsipe Shohat (Shochat) originally >from Kaunas,
Lithuania. They were all in the Kovno Ghetto, then sent to Riga and finally
to Dachau.

Both Shulamet Shohat Rosenfeld and Tsipe Shohat Glazer were thought to have
settled in Atlanta, Georgia, with their husbands.

Please contact me directly if you are familiar with this family.

Thank you,
Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


Searching: Pochlebnik from Kolo, Poland #general

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

I am posting this for a Holocaust survivor who is looking for a friend of
his Chamech (Chaim) Pochlebnik >from Kolo, Poland. Chamech also had a
brother Jacob Pochlebnik who went to Israel and has now passed away.

Chamech was in the coal miles at Jaworzno, Poland, and escaped >from Blacher
Camp. Where he went after that is not known other than it was in the U.S.

If anyone has any info, please contact me directly.

Thank you,
Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: Pochlebnik from Kolo, Poland #general

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

I am posting this for a Holocaust survivor who is looking for a friend of
his Chamech (Chaim) Pochlebnik >from Kolo, Poland. Chamech also had a
brother Jacob Pochlebnik who went to Israel and has now passed away.

Chamech was in the coal miles at Jaworzno, Poland, and escaped >from Blacher
Camp. Where he went after that is not known other than it was in the U.S.

If anyone has any info, please contact me directly.

Thank you,
Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


Seeking Allen/Alan SMITH, Brooklyn #general

smthted@...
 

Dear group,

This is a shot in the dark. I am seeking a cousin and possibly through him,
a branch of my father's family. Allen/Alan SMITH was married and living in
Brooklyn in the early 1960s. If he is alive today, he would be in his late
60s or early 70s. His father was Sam SMITH and his mother was Esther LAND
SMITH, both originally >from New Haven, CT but deceased in the New York
City area. Allen/Alan had a married sister Eleanor in Philadelphia. I have
searched the FTJP and JGFF without result, and the latest option,
Jewsearch.com, turned up a nonlead in New Zealand no less (one of the
hazards
of being a Smith). Does any of this ring a bell, and any suggestions for
next steps for finding this needle in this particular haystack?

Please reply privately.

Thanks,
Theodore Smith
Reston, VA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking Allen/Alan SMITH, Brooklyn #general

smthted@...
 

Dear group,

This is a shot in the dark. I am seeking a cousin and possibly through him,
a branch of my father's family. Allen/Alan SMITH was married and living in
Brooklyn in the early 1960s. If he is alive today, he would be in his late
60s or early 70s. His father was Sam SMITH and his mother was Esther LAND
SMITH, both originally >from New Haven, CT but deceased in the New York
City area. Allen/Alan had a married sister Eleanor in Philadelphia. I have
searched the FTJP and JGFF without result, and the latest option,
Jewsearch.com, turned up a nonlead in New Zealand no less (one of the
hazards
of being a Smith). Does any of this ring a bell, and any suggestions for
next steps for finding this needle in this particular haystack?

Please reply privately.

Thanks,
Theodore Smith
Reston, VA


An understatement... #yizkorbooks

Ada Holtzman <ada01@...>
 

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Please note my answer to a young man >from Poland, regarding
the relationship between Jews and Poles, at:
http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/plock/tomarek.htm

Shalom,

Ada


Joyce Field wrote:

Dear Marek, Thank you very much for writing this message to the Yizkor
Book Help Desk . I am impressed with your ideas and your efforts to
come to terms with Jewish history in Poland and am forwarding your
message to some people who will be very interested in what you have to
say in the hope that perhaps we can begin a dialogue. Please realize
that what you said was important and symbolic on Christmas Eve. In
addition, it is gratifying that you have been so affected by the
material on the Yizkor Book Project. Joyce FieldJewishGen, Yizkor
Book Project Manager

I have just read your material and decided to write a few words to
you. I am a young Pole (29) and I have been interested in
theYedwabne tragedy for a few weeks. The very first thing I came
across about Yedwabne was a huge article published by a Polish daily
newspaper "GAZETA" in November. It was a kind of public response
after publishing a book by Gratz (I haven't read it yet). I have to
admit that the Yedwabne tragedy really shocked me. It is extremely
painful for me for two reasons. The first one is that I can't
believe that such things had happened (though I am not doubtful at
all) and the second is that almost nothing is being done to
"reconcile" the two nations. All those murders should have been
punished many years ago. I totally support your efforts towards
revealing the truth about this mass murder. I often ask myself why
it is so hard to understand, accept and respect, why it is far
easier to hate, ignore and underestimate. I am a young man and I am
trying to be as far objective as I can. I adore Isaac B. Singer
literature and I find a lot about Jewish customs, living and history
through reading his books. Nobody has ever forced me to do that.
There are a lot of young people like me and of course many others
who could be described as anti-semitic. Hate isn't born >from itself.
It is born because of certain thoughtless actions >from some
narrow-minded Poles and Jews. I think that the truth about Yedwabne
must come to light and that light should be seen by everyone. At the
same time I would really wish Jewish communities (especially in the
US) made efforts towards reconciliation and creation of new
relationships between Poles and Jews. Opening people's minds seems
still difficult. I am writing this on Christmas Eve - one of the
greatest holidays of Christianity and I think that it might shed a
ray of hope and light on our relationships. These are just a few
words that I wanted to say. They don't bring anything important but
......
with respect, understanding and hope for better future
Marek Jozwiak
Plock, Poland
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<br>the relationship between Jews and Poles, at:
<br><a href="http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/plock/tomarek.htm";>http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/plock/tomarek.htm</a>
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<p>Ada
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Dear
Marek, Thank you very much for writing this message to the Yizkor Book
Help Desk .&nbsp; I am impressed with your ideas and your efforts to come
to terms with Jewish history in Poland and am forwarding your message to
some people who will be very interested in what you have to say in the
hope that perhaps we can begin a dialogue.&nbsp; Please realize that what
you said was important and symbolic on Christmas Eve.&nbsp; In addition,
it is gratifying that you have been so affected by the material on the
Yizkor Book&nbsp; Project. Joyce FieldJewishGen, Yizkor Book Project Manager
<blockquote type="cite" cite><tt><font size=-1>I have just read your material
and decided to write a few words to you. I am a young Pole (29) and I have
been interested in theYedwabne tragedy for a few weeks. The very first
thing I came across about Yedwabne was a huge article published by a Polish
daily newspaper "GAZETA" in November. It was a kind of public response
after publishing a book by Gratz (I haven't read it yet). I have to admit
that the Yedwabne tragedy really shocked me. It is extremely painful for
me for two reasons. The first one is that I can't believe that such things
had happened (though I am not doubtful at all) and the second is that almost
nothing is being done to "reconcile" the two nations. All those murders
should have been punished many years ago. I totally support your efforts
towards revealing the truth about this mass murder. I often ask myself
why it is so hard to understand, accept and respect, why it is far easier
to hate, ignore and underestimate. I am a young man and I am trying to
be as far objective as I can. I adore Isaac B. Singer literature and I
find a lot about Jewish customs, living and history through reading his
books. Nobody has ever forced me to do that. There are a lot of young people
like me and of course many others who could be described as anti-semitic.
Hate isn't born >from itself. It is born because of certain thoughtless
actions >from some narrow-minded Poles and Jews. I think that the truth
about Yedwabne must come to light and that light should be seen by everyone.
At the same time I would really wish Jewish communities (especially in
the US) made efforts towards reconciliation and creation of new relationships
between Poles and Jews. Opening people's minds seems still difficult. I
am writing this on Christmas Eve - one of the greatest holidays of Christianity
and I think that it might shed a ray of hope and light on our relationships.
These are just a few words that I wanted to say. They don't bring anything
important but ......</font></tt></blockquote>

<blockquote type="cite" cite><font size=-1>with respect, understanding
and hope for better future</font></blockquote>

<blockquote type="cite" cite><font size=-1>Marek Jozwiak</font></blockquote>

<blockquote type="cite" cite><font size=-1>Plock, Poland</font></blockquote>

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Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks An understatement... #yizkorbooks

Ada Holtzman <ada01@...>
 

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Please note my answer to a young man >from Poland, regarding
the relationship between Jews and Poles, at:
http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/plock/tomarek.htm

Shalom,

Ada


Joyce Field wrote:

Dear Marek, Thank you very much for writing this message to the Yizkor
Book Help Desk . I am impressed with your ideas and your efforts to
come to terms with Jewish history in Poland and am forwarding your
message to some people who will be very interested in what you have to
say in the hope that perhaps we can begin a dialogue. Please realize
that what you said was important and symbolic on Christmas Eve. In
addition, it is gratifying that you have been so affected by the
material on the Yizkor Book Project. Joyce FieldJewishGen, Yizkor
Book Project Manager

I have just read your material and decided to write a few words to
you. I am a young Pole (29) and I have been interested in
theYedwabne tragedy for a few weeks. The very first thing I came
across about Yedwabne was a huge article published by a Polish daily
newspaper "GAZETA" in November. It was a kind of public response
after publishing a book by Gratz (I haven't read it yet). I have to
admit that the Yedwabne tragedy really shocked me. It is extremely
painful for me for two reasons. The first one is that I can't
believe that such things had happened (though I am not doubtful at
all) and the second is that almost nothing is being done to
"reconcile" the two nations. All those murders should have been
punished many years ago. I totally support your efforts towards
revealing the truth about this mass murder. I often ask myself why
it is so hard to understand, accept and respect, why it is far
easier to hate, ignore and underestimate. I am a young man and I am
trying to be as far objective as I can. I adore Isaac B. Singer
literature and I find a lot about Jewish customs, living and history
through reading his books. Nobody has ever forced me to do that.
There are a lot of young people like me and of course many others
who could be described as anti-semitic. Hate isn't born >from itself.
It is born because of certain thoughtless actions >from some
narrow-minded Poles and Jews. I think that the truth about Yedwabne
must come to light and that light should be seen by everyone. At the
same time I would really wish Jewish communities (especially in the
US) made efforts towards reconciliation and creation of new
relationships between Poles and Jews. Opening people's minds seems
still difficult. I am writing this on Christmas Eve - one of the
greatest holidays of Christianity and I think that it might shed a
ray of hope and light on our relationships. These are just a few
words that I wanted to say. They don't bring anything important but
......
with respect, understanding and hope for better future
Marek Jozwiak
Plock, Poland
---------------------------------------------------------


Szybkos´c´ - Bezpieczen´stwo - FTP - SQL - ASP - 100 MB
dla Twojego serwisu WWW
[http://www.op.pl/hosting/ ]
---------------------------------------------------------
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Email: ada01@netvision.net.il
Web Site: http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/


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<p>Please note my answer to a young man >from Poland, regarding
<br>the relationship between Jews and Poles, at:
<br><a href="http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/plock/tomarek.htm";>http://www.geocities.com/Paris/Rue/4017/plock/tomarek.htm</a>
<p>Shalom,
<p>Ada
<br>&nbsp;
<p>Joyce Field wrote:
<blockquote TYPE=CITE><style type="text/css"><!--
blockquote, dl, ul, ol, li { margin-top: 0 ; margin-bottom: 0 }
--></style>
Dear
Marek, Thank you very much for writing this message to the Yizkor Book
Help Desk .&nbsp; I am impressed with your ideas and your efforts to come
to terms with Jewish history in Poland and am forwarding your message to
some people who will be very interested in what you have to say in the
hope that perhaps we can begin a dialogue.&nbsp; Please realize that what
you said was important and symbolic on Christmas Eve.&nbsp; In addition,
it is gratifying that you have been so affected by the material on the
Yizkor Book&nbsp; Project. Joyce FieldJewishGen, Yizkor Book Project Manager
<blockquote type="cite" cite><tt><font size=-1>I have just read your material
and decided to write a few words to you. I am a young Pole (29) and I have
been interested in theYedwabne tragedy for a few weeks. The very first
thing I came across about Yedwabne was a huge article published by a Polish
daily newspaper "GAZETA" in November. It was a kind of public response
after publishing a book by Gratz (I haven't read it yet). I have to admit
that the Yedwabne tragedy really shocked me. It is extremely painful for
me for two reasons. The first one is that I can't believe that such things
had happened (though I am not doubtful at all) and the second is that almost
nothing is being done to "reconcile" the two nations. All those murders
should have been punished many years ago. I totally support your efforts
towards revealing the truth about this mass murder. I often ask myself
why it is so hard to understand, accept and respect, why it is far easier
to hate, ignore and underestimate. I am a young man and I am trying to
be as far objective as I can. I adore Isaac B. Singer literature and I
find a lot about Jewish customs, living and history through reading his
books. Nobody has ever forced me to do that. There are a lot of young people
like me and of course many others who could be described as anti-semitic.
Hate isn't born >from itself. It is born because of certain thoughtless
actions >from some narrow-minded Poles and Jews. I think that the truth
about Yedwabne must come to light and that light should be seen by everyone.
At the same time I would really wish Jewish communities (especially in
the US) made efforts towards reconciliation and creation of new relationships
between Poles and Jews. Opening people's minds seems still difficult. I
am writing this on Christmas Eve - one of the greatest holidays of Christianity
and I think that it might shed a ray of hope and light on our relationships.
These are just a few words that I wanted to say. They don't bring anything
important but ......</font></tt></blockquote>

<blockquote type="cite" cite><font size=-1>with respect, understanding
and hope for better future</font></blockquote>

<blockquote type="cite" cite><font size=-1>Marek Jozwiak</font></blockquote>

<blockquote type="cite" cite><font size=-1>Plock, Poland</font></blockquote>

<blockquote type="cite" cite>
<hr width="450"></blockquote>

<blockquote type="cite" cite>&nbsp;
<br><font color="#FF0000"><font size=-1>Szybkos&acute;c&acute; - Bezpieczen&acute;stwo
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Re: * Magyarositas = Hungarization (a bit long) #hungary

Chaim Frenkel <chaimf@...>
 

Was the documentation for proof of Hungarian citizenship required only for
males of were women required to provide the same information?
My mother told me that this requirement was applied both to men, and their
spouses as well as for single women (widows and divorcees too).

Chaim Frenkel Brooklyn, NY chaimf@pobox.com

(That search, helped me discover that my ggm was both Stern/Csillag, which
was what gave my gf such grief when he needed the proof.)


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: * Magyarositas = Hungarization (a bit long) #hungary

Chaim Frenkel <chaimf@...>
 

Was the documentation for proof of Hungarian citizenship required only for
males of were women required to provide the same information?
My mother told me that this requirement was applied both to men, and their
spouses as well as for single women (widows and divorcees too).

Chaim Frenkel Brooklyn, NY chaimf@pobox.com

(That search, helped me discover that my ggm was both Stern/Csillag, which
was what gave my gf such grief when he needed the proof.)