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Researching these names #hungary

come@...
 

Hi everyone,

I have a few towns listed in my tree that I'm a bit puzzled about.
One ancestor is born in a town called FASTRAB. I haven't found any
information on this town or whether it actually existed. Anyone heard
of it?

I have one relative listed as born in JANOSHI and another in
MAKKOSJANOSI. Are these both the same town?

Lastly, the town PALAD. I have the same person as being born in
PALAGY. Are these the same town?

I am researching the following surnames:

BAUM Satoraljaujhely
BERNER Beregszasz (now Beregovo)
HELLINGER Michalovce, Kassa (Kosice), Strazske,
KALDIZAR Anywhere
KATZ Beregszasz, Csenger,
NEUMAN(N) Kvakovce, Michalovce,

Thanks in advance,

Mary Blumenstein
Melbourne, Australia


Researching these names #hungary

Perlynd@...
 

Adolf DEUTSCH ( father Samuel) Pressburg area/Vienna
Eleanore DEUTSCH ( nee ALEXANDER) Pressburg area/Vienna
Minna LEWINGER ( Pressburg area)
Jacob ALEXANDER(Pressburg area)
Albert KENDE ( was KOHN)
Frieda KENDE ( nee DEUTSCH)

Rgds to all
Peter Deutsch


Re: Town of Worsuensensk, Russia (Voznesensk) #general

NFatouros@...
 

In response to David Eidelman's recent inquiry, Tomasz Liniecki wrote that
"Worsuensensk."

I would like to add that Chester G.Cohen's "ShtetlFinder Gazetteer" says that
Voznesensk is north of Odessa and northwest of Nikolayev. This Gazetteer
provides a list of subscribers of Montefiore pictures being sold to help
Eretz Israel, and it mentions the name of a Rabbi Teplitzki who was local
representative for Eretz Israel farm workers. It also cites what is a
probably brief article about Voznesensk in the Encyclopedia Judaica.

The 1962 Columbia-Lippincott Gazetteer remarks that Voznesensk is on the Bug
River in an agricultural area growing wheat and rice. Its population, which
in 1926 numbered 21,587, did metal-working, fruit and vegetable canning,flour
milling and dairying.

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY, Odessa, Berdichev; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SHUTZ, SCHUTZ,
Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;SAS, Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol; BEHAM,
Salok, Kharkov.


Re: Polish Roots (Vladimir) #general

NFatouros@...
 

Answering Norma Peltason's 01-24-01 inquiry about a town named after a
prince, "Vladimir" Tomasz Liniecki explained that the town was Wlodzimierz
Wolynski.

Chester G. Cohen has an entry for this town, spelling it also as Vlodimiretz,
Vladimirets, and Wladimirez. He says it is northeast of Lvov [Lviv} and west
of Sarni. In 1897 it had a population of 1,024, and Cohen notes that there
is a yizkor book for the town, "Sefer Vlodimieretz," pub. ca.1970, of which a
part is in English.

The 1962 Columbia-Lippincott Gazetteer says that Vladimierets was a village
which in 1931 had a population of 2,940, and that it was in the north west
Rovno oblast. It was known for flour milling, dsitlling and lumbering and has
the ruins of a medieval palace.


Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY, Odessa, Berdichev; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SHUTZ, SCHUTZ,
Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;SAS, Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol; BEHAM,
Salok, Kharkov.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Researching these names #hungary

come@...
 

Hi everyone,

I have a few towns listed in my tree that I'm a bit puzzled about.
One ancestor is born in a town called FASTRAB. I haven't found any
information on this town or whether it actually existed. Anyone heard
of it?

I have one relative listed as born in JANOSHI and another in
MAKKOSJANOSI. Are these both the same town?

Lastly, the town PALAD. I have the same person as being born in
PALAGY. Are these the same town?

I am researching the following surnames:

BAUM Satoraljaujhely
BERNER Beregszasz (now Beregovo)
HELLINGER Michalovce, Kassa (Kosice), Strazske,
KALDIZAR Anywhere
KATZ Beregszasz, Csenger,
NEUMAN(N) Kvakovce, Michalovce,

Thanks in advance,

Mary Blumenstein
Melbourne, Australia


Hungary SIG #Hungary Researching these names #hungary

Perlynd@...
 

Adolf DEUTSCH ( father Samuel) Pressburg area/Vienna
Eleanore DEUTSCH ( nee ALEXANDER) Pressburg area/Vienna
Minna LEWINGER ( Pressburg area)
Jacob ALEXANDER(Pressburg area)
Albert KENDE ( was KOHN)
Frieda KENDE ( nee DEUTSCH)

Rgds to all
Peter Deutsch


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Town of Worsuensensk, Russia (Voznesensk) #general

NFatouros@...
 

In response to David Eidelman's recent inquiry, Tomasz Liniecki wrote that
"Worsuensensk."

I would like to add that Chester G.Cohen's "ShtetlFinder Gazetteer" says that
Voznesensk is north of Odessa and northwest of Nikolayev. This Gazetteer
provides a list of subscribers of Montefiore pictures being sold to help
Eretz Israel, and it mentions the name of a Rabbi Teplitzki who was local
representative for Eretz Israel farm workers. It also cites what is a
probably brief article about Voznesensk in the Encyclopedia Judaica.

The 1962 Columbia-Lippincott Gazetteer remarks that Voznesensk is on the Bug
River in an agricultural area growing wheat and rice. Its population, which
in 1926 numbered 21,587, did metal-working, fruit and vegetable canning,flour
milling and dairying.

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY, Odessa, Berdichev; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SHUTZ, SCHUTZ,
Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;SAS, Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol; BEHAM,
Salok, Kharkov.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Polish Roots (Vladimir) #general

NFatouros@...
 

Answering Norma Peltason's 01-24-01 inquiry about a town named after a
prince, "Vladimir" Tomasz Liniecki explained that the town was Wlodzimierz
Wolynski.

Chester G. Cohen has an entry for this town, spelling it also as Vlodimiretz,
Vladimirets, and Wladimirez. He says it is northeast of Lvov [Lviv} and west
of Sarni. In 1897 it had a population of 1,024, and Cohen notes that there
is a yizkor book for the town, "Sefer Vlodimieretz," pub. ca.1970, of which a
part is in English.

The 1962 Columbia-Lippincott Gazetteer says that Vladimierets was a village
which in 1931 had a population of 2,940, and that it was in the north west
Rovno oblast. It was known for flour milling, dsitlling and lumbering and has
the ruins of a medieval palace.


Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY, Odessa, Berdichev; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SHUTZ, SCHUTZ,
Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;SAS, Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol; BEHAM,
Salok, Kharkov.


Searching these names & towns #hungary

come@...
 

Hi everyone,

I have a few towns listed in my tree that I'm a bit puzzled about.
One ancestor is born in a town called FASTRAB. I haven't found any
information on this town or whether it actually existed. Anyone heard
of it?

I have one relative listed as born in JANOSHI and another in
MAKKOSJANOSI. Are these both the same town?

Lastly, the town PALAD. I have the same person as being born in
PALAGY. Are these the same town?

I am researching the following surnames:

BAUM Satoraljaujhely
BERNER Beregszasz (now Beregovo)
HELLINGER Michalovce, Kassa (Kosice), Strazske,
KALDIZAR Anywhere
KATZ Beregszasz, Csenger,
NEUMAN(N) Kvakovce, Michalovce,

Thanks in advance,

Mary Blumenstein
Melbourne, Australia


The Names I Am Searching #hungary

Jan Meisels Allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear H-SIG Members:

At Louis's suggestion to post the names we are searching, the following are
my ancestral names and their towns:

REICH-- Giraltovce, Presov (Eperjes), Szvidnik

WALD -- Giraltovce, Mishkolc, Orlik, Sarisske Luky (Sebes Kellemes),
Szvidnik

ZUPNIK - Mestisko, Orlik, Ossiko, Sarriske Luky (Sebes Kellemes), Siroka,

Thank you

Jan Meisels Allen
Agoura Hills, CA


Re: name origin #hungary

NOVOTRADE s.r.o. / Ltd. <novotrade@...>
 

Gnézda , now HNIEZDNE / Slovakia, County of Stara Lubovna
WBR
Tomas Lang, PhD
Nove Zamky/Slovakia
Jewish Community President
--------------------------------------------
please join us at http://www.angelfire.com/hi/novezamky
E-mail : novotrade@nz.sknet.sk
=============================================

----- Original Message -----
From: <AttilaRona@aol.com>
To: Hungarian SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Cc: <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2001 5:47 AM
Subject: Re: name origin


:: It is Gnézda, Szepes County and sounds like a Jewish name to me. Look for
a
:: bigger town close by.
::
:: Attila Róna


Re: Simon's Town #southafrica

Rica Goldberg
 

Thanks Stan for all the information contained in your letter.

It is greatly appreciated.

Sincerely

Rica


Hungary SIG #Hungary Searching these names & towns #hungary

come@...
 

Hi everyone,

I have a few towns listed in my tree that I'm a bit puzzled about.
One ancestor is born in a town called FASTRAB. I haven't found any
information on this town or whether it actually existed. Anyone heard
of it?

I have one relative listed as born in JANOSHI and another in
MAKKOSJANOSI. Are these both the same town?

Lastly, the town PALAD. I have the same person as being born in
PALAGY. Are these the same town?

I am researching the following surnames:

BAUM Satoraljaujhely
BERNER Beregszasz (now Beregovo)
HELLINGER Michalovce, Kassa (Kosice), Strazske,
KALDIZAR Anywhere
KATZ Beregszasz, Csenger,
NEUMAN(N) Kvakovce, Michalovce,

Thanks in advance,

Mary Blumenstein
Melbourne, Australia


Hungary SIG #Hungary The Names I Am Searching #hungary

Jan Meisels Allen <janmallen@...>
 

Dear H-SIG Members:

At Louis's suggestion to post the names we are searching, the following are
my ancestral names and their towns:

REICH-- Giraltovce, Presov (Eperjes), Szvidnik

WALD -- Giraltovce, Mishkolc, Orlik, Sarisske Luky (Sebes Kellemes),
Szvidnik

ZUPNIK - Mestisko, Orlik, Ossiko, Sarriske Luky (Sebes Kellemes), Siroka,

Thank you

Jan Meisels Allen
Agoura Hills, CA


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: name origin #hungary

NOVOTRADE s.r.o. / Ltd. <novotrade@...>
 

Gnézda , now HNIEZDNE / Slovakia, County of Stara Lubovna
WBR
Tomas Lang, PhD
Nove Zamky/Slovakia
Jewish Community President
--------------------------------------------
please join us at http://www.angelfire.com/hi/novezamky
E-mail : novotrade@nz.sknet.sk
=============================================

----- Original Message -----
From: <AttilaRona@aol.com>
To: Hungarian SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Cc: <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2001 5:47 AM
Subject: Re: name origin


:: It is Gnézda, Szepes County and sounds like a Jewish name to me. Look for
a
:: bigger town close by.
::
:: Attila Róna


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Re: Simon's Town #southafrica

Rica Goldberg
 

Thanks Stan for all the information contained in your letter.

It is greatly appreciated.

Sincerely

Rica


* Families and places I'm researching #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Following Louis S., request here is a brief list of families and
places I'm researching:

* BERGER - Slovakia
Presov (Eperjes) - Bobrovec (Nagy Bobroc) - Liptovsky Jan (Liptoszentivan)
Liptovsky Mikulas (Liptoszentmiklos)
* ELSA'SZ or ELZASZ - Slovakia
Presov (Eperjes) - Bobrovec (Nagy Bobroc) - Namestovo (Nameszto)
* GROSZ or GROSS - Slovakia
Liptovsky Mikulas (Liptoszentmiklos) - Namestovo (Nameszto)
* HELLSCHEIN - Hungary
Budapest - Ujpest - Siofok - Gyo"ngyo"s
* MESSINGER and FISCH - Slovakia
Kezmarok (Kezsmarok) - Liptovsky Kriz (Szentkereszt)
* STARK - Slovakia/Hungary
Kosice (Kassa) - Mikohaza - Satoraljaujhely
* VENETIANER or WENEZIANER - Slovakia/Hungary/Holland/Belgium/Austria
Kosice (Kassa) - Presov (Eperjes) - Liptovsky Mikulas (Liptoszentmiklos)
Ruzomberok (Rozsahegy) - Kezmarok (Kezsmarok) - Zilina (Zsolna) - Lubela
Budapest - Szeged - Kecskemet - Fadd - Pisko' - Miskolc
Amsterdam - Antwerp
Wien
* WEISZ or VEIS - Slovakia/Hungary
Kosice (Kassa) - Abaujszanto' - Satoraljaujhely
--
-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Searching: HERZ, SCHOEN, EHRLICH, DAVIDSON, GROSS, TAX #hungary

Jane Reifer <cluttercontrol@...>
 

The Hungarian family names we are looking for are: HERZ, SCHOEN,
EHRLICH, DAVIDSON, GROSS.

I always thought that my EHRLICH family was Hungarian, as they were
always saying they were very proud to be Hungarian, but have recently
found out that they may actually have been Bohemian. The rest of the
family seems to actually be >from Hungary.

My great grandfather was Emil Emanuel EHRLICH , born approximately
1850-1870. He was a mechanical engineer and worked with agricultural
harvesting machinery for a while. There is also a family legend that he
wrestled bears in the Hagenbeck Circus. Emil's brother was provost at
the University of Vienna around the turn
of the century. Emil moved >from Bohemia to Hungary and married Katalin
HERZ. Their children were John, Julia Ann, Alexander and Otto. After
Katalin died, Emil married a woman from
Szekesfehervar named Hermina. They moved to Kankakee, Illinois,and
eventually settled in Tampa, Florida where they owned an orange grove.
They had a son named Theodore.

My DAVIDSON line is related to SCHOEN, GROSS, and TAX . The farthest
back I go is Bella SCHOEN (early 1800s), son Elias SCHOEN who married
Esther GROSS, daughter Margit "Mary" SCHOEN and son Adolph SCHOEN. Also
Samuel DAVIDSON who married Ilona GROSS, two twin sons David and Adolph
DAVIDSON.

Sorry for the sketchy information, but thank you for any connections you
can provide,

Jane Reifer
Fullerton, California


Hungary SIG #Hungary * Families and places I'm researching #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Following Louis S., request here is a brief list of families and
places I'm researching:

* BERGER - Slovakia
Presov (Eperjes) - Bobrovec (Nagy Bobroc) - Liptovsky Jan (Liptoszentivan)
Liptovsky Mikulas (Liptoszentmiklos)
* ELSA'SZ or ELZASZ - Slovakia
Presov (Eperjes) - Bobrovec (Nagy Bobroc) - Namestovo (Nameszto)
* GROSZ or GROSS - Slovakia
Liptovsky Mikulas (Liptoszentmiklos) - Namestovo (Nameszto)
* HELLSCHEIN - Hungary
Budapest - Ujpest - Siofok - Gyo"ngyo"s
* MESSINGER and FISCH - Slovakia
Kezmarok (Kezsmarok) - Liptovsky Kriz (Szentkereszt)
* STARK - Slovakia/Hungary
Kosice (Kassa) - Mikohaza - Satoraljaujhely
* VENETIANER or WENEZIANER - Slovakia/Hungary/Holland/Belgium/Austria
Kosice (Kassa) - Presov (Eperjes) - Liptovsky Mikulas (Liptoszentmiklos)
Ruzomberok (Rozsahegy) - Kezmarok (Kezsmarok) - Zilina (Zsolna) - Lubela
Budapest - Szeged - Kecskemet - Fadd - Pisko' - Miskolc
Amsterdam - Antwerp
Wien
* WEISZ or VEIS - Slovakia/Hungary
Kosice (Kassa) - Abaujszanto' - Satoraljaujhely
--
-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-
Tom Venetianer <mailto:tom.vene@uol.com.br>
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Hungary SIG #Hungary Searching: HERZ, SCHOEN, EHRLICH, DAVIDSON, GROSS, TAX #hungary

Jane Reifer <cluttercontrol@...>
 

The Hungarian family names we are looking for are: HERZ, SCHOEN,
EHRLICH, DAVIDSON, GROSS.

I always thought that my EHRLICH family was Hungarian, as they were
always saying they were very proud to be Hungarian, but have recently
found out that they may actually have been Bohemian. The rest of the
family seems to actually be >from Hungary.

My great grandfather was Emil Emanuel EHRLICH , born approximately
1850-1870. He was a mechanical engineer and worked with agricultural
harvesting machinery for a while. There is also a family legend that he
wrestled bears in the Hagenbeck Circus. Emil's brother was provost at
the University of Vienna around the turn
of the century. Emil moved >from Bohemia to Hungary and married Katalin
HERZ. Their children were John, Julia Ann, Alexander and Otto. After
Katalin died, Emil married a woman from
Szekesfehervar named Hermina. They moved to Kankakee, Illinois,and
eventually settled in Tampa, Florida where they owned an orange grove.
They had a son named Theodore.

My DAVIDSON line is related to SCHOEN, GROSS, and TAX . The farthest
back I go is Bella SCHOEN (early 1800s), son Elias SCHOEN who married
Esther GROSS, daughter Margit "Mary" SCHOEN and son Adolph SCHOEN. Also
Samuel DAVIDSON who married Ilona GROSS, two twin sons David and Adolph
DAVIDSON.

Sorry for the sketchy information, but thank you for any connections you
can provide,

Jane Reifer
Fullerton, California