Date   

ROGOVOI #general

Herb Sollinger
 

Saul Rogovin was a major league pitcher for many years.Look him up in
a book about baseball.
"Little" differences in names may be due to the way the non-English
speaking immigrant pronounced the word, how the Immigration Inspector
heard the word, how he was feeling that day (did he have a fight with
his wife, bunions on his feet,etc,etc.). Who was on duty? Relatives
may have taken different ships.Take it >from me, I was a Customs Inspector
at Kennedy Airport in NYC, not all inspectors are kind, benevolent, or
amazingly, intelligent, especially at the end of a tour of duty of 12
hours or more. The same is true for Immigration Inspectors.
A change, addition, subtraction of letter is not a big deal at that
point, even though it matters much through the generations, while
searching for family.


Multnomah County (Portland) Oregon Voter Registration Lists #general

Bud484BG@...
 

Genners:

Anyone know how I can access the above referenced Multnomah County
(Portland) Oregon Voter Registrations Lists for my research??
TIA.

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, Ca
EMail: bud484bg@aol.com


ViewMate: Translation of Yiddish and Hungarian Letters #general

Sidney H. Engel <engelsh@...>
 

I would appreciate a translation of two old letters that are part of my
deceased mother's papers. One is a letter >from her sister written in
Hungarian and the other, written on the reverse side, was >from her
mother, written in Yiddish.

My mother came to the US in 1928 while her family remained in
Czechoslovakia until they were consumed in the Holocaust.

The letters can be found in Viewmate at the following site
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html

They are documents VM 352 and VM 353.

Please respond to my e-mail address which is listed with the letters.


aol users of v6 #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

Message >from Carol Skydell

Subject: For those of you who have AOL ver. 6
From: "Carol Skydell" <cskydell@jewishgen.org>

AOL 6.0 does not support the plain text format required in posts to any
of the SIG or Research Group mailing lists hosted by JewishGen, For those
who have already downloaded ver 6 and ignored warnings to keep an older
version still installed, there is a workaround available.
1. Logon to AOL and go to either of the following sites to download a
full service browser >from <http://home.netscape.com/browsers/index.html>
or <http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/search.asp?]>. Install the new
browser and create a shortcut to it to place on your desktop.
2. Sign on to AOL and launch whichever new Web browser you have
installed. Go to the AOL website by typing www.aol.com into the URL
field.
3. Sign in with your AOL screen name and password. Click on Mail. You
will then be able to submit messages using AOL's "AOL Anywhere" service,
which still uses the plain text format.
If you have any questions about this method of reaching us or any
questions related to AOL, please direct them to AOL's technical support
staff. JewishGen does not have the staff to address technical issues
regarding AOL.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Carol Skydell
VP Operations, JewishGen
cskydell@jewishgen.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ROGOVOI #general

Herb Sollinger
 

Saul Rogovin was a major league pitcher for many years.Look him up in
a book about baseball.
"Little" differences in names may be due to the way the non-English
speaking immigrant pronounced the word, how the Immigration Inspector
heard the word, how he was feeling that day (did he have a fight with
his wife, bunions on his feet,etc,etc.). Who was on duty? Relatives
may have taken different ships.Take it >from me, I was a Customs Inspector
at Kennedy Airport in NYC, not all inspectors are kind, benevolent, or
amazingly, intelligent, especially at the end of a tour of duty of 12
hours or more. The same is true for Immigration Inspectors.
A change, addition, subtraction of letter is not a big deal at that
point, even though it matters much through the generations, while
searching for family.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Multnomah County (Portland) Oregon Voter Registration Lists #general

Bud484BG@...
 

Genners:

Anyone know how I can access the above referenced Multnomah County
(Portland) Oregon Voter Registrations Lists for my research??
TIA.

Beatrice Markel
Redondo Beach, Ca
EMail: bud484bg@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate: Translation of Yiddish and Hungarian Letters #general

Sidney H. Engel <engelsh@...>
 

I would appreciate a translation of two old letters that are part of my
deceased mother's papers. One is a letter >from her sister written in
Hungarian and the other, written on the reverse side, was >from her
mother, written in Yiddish.

My mother came to the US in 1928 while her family remained in
Czechoslovakia until they were consumed in the Holocaust.

The letters can be found in Viewmate at the following site
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html

They are documents VM 352 and VM 353.

Please respond to my e-mail address which is listed with the letters.


Latvia SIG #Latvia aol users of v6 #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

Message >from Carol Skydell

Subject: For those of you who have AOL ver. 6
From: "Carol Skydell" <cskydell@jewishgen.org>

AOL 6.0 does not support the plain text format required in posts to any
of the SIG or Research Group mailing lists hosted by JewishGen, For those
who have already downloaded ver 6 and ignored warnings to keep an older
version still installed, there is a workaround available.
1. Logon to AOL and go to either of the following sites to download a
full service browser >from <http://home.netscape.com/browsers/index.html>
or <http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/search.asp?]>. Install the new
browser and create a shortcut to it to place on your desktop.
2. Sign on to AOL and launch whichever new Web browser you have
installed. Go to the AOL website by typing www.aol.com into the URL
field.
3. Sign in with your AOL screen name and password. Click on Mail. You
will then be able to submit messages using AOL's "AOL Anywhere" service,
which still uses the plain text format.
If you have any questions about this method of reaching us or any
questions related to AOL, please direct them to AOL's technical support
staff. JewishGen does not have the staff to address technical issues
regarding AOL.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Carol Skydell
VP Operations, JewishGen
cskydell@jewishgen.org


Russian translation #general

Lili Susser <susserl@...>
 

Dear Genners

I have a document in Russian on ViewMate # VM351. I would appreciate a
translation ,even if only the names dates and places.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html


Thank you in advance
Lili Susser

Susserl@home.com


Tifereth Israel Anshe Zitomor #general

bd <maybug@...>
 

I took the information below >from the Charter which is archived in the
Jewish Archives at the Balch Institute in Philadelphia. I post it
here as some of these names may be people you are looking for. I know
nothing more about this than what is posted here. If you do, please
let me know. There is a Congregation Tifereth...Zitomir section at
HarNebo cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa.
from the web I believe there may also be sections in Mt Sharon
(Springfield) and Mt Jacob (?).

Some of the signatures were difficult to read, one was in a non-Western
script:

I hope this may be of use to someone.

Barbara Harris




Tifereth Israel Ansche Zitomor:
In 1916 located at 1716 S 7th Street Philadelphia (per Philadelphia City
Directory of 1916) [I don't have any earlier address, there may have been
one]
Contact name given as A Frank

The Charter located in Balch in the Jewish Archives: Balch Files on Tiferes:
Mss 57
The last name and address in their file was June 1971: Reuben Rochvarg,
Pine Street, Philadelphia.

The Charter is dated 1892, Philadelphia

Reads:
Cong. Tiferes Israel Anshei Sitomir Gub. Wollin Nusuch Sfard.

Item II indicates that the congregations follows the "docrines of the
Orthodox Jewish failith & according to the Spanish ritual and custom."

President: Solomon Friedman, 130 Congress
VP: Philip Glasgold, 334 Lombard
Record'g Sec: Aaron Dosick [Dorick?], 436 Monroe St
Financial Sec: Benjamin Friedman, 10 Congress
Treas: Jacob Kistuk, 334 Lombard St

Trustees:
Isaac Snieideman, 130 Congress;
Nathan Dorman, 822 So St;
Wm Rubenstein, 822 S. St;
Barnet [Burnet?] Fakstein, 428 Monroe St.

Witnesses:
Samuel Kalaminsky, 122 Almond St;
Jacob Fleishman, 236 N 2nd St;
Sam'l Tolshinsky, 401 S 7th St;
Philip Glasguld [G/S las g/y uld?], 334 Lombard;
Beril Keudes, 334 Lombard;
Israel M. Duikin, 610 S. St;
Benzzaman Friedman, 120 Congress;
Dana[Dand, Dan'l?], Kaufman, 816 Passyunk;
Sam'l Sneiderman, 1040 Park [Parker?] Street;
Louis Bardickvsky, 710 S 6th St;
Solomon Friedman, 10 Congress;
Abrahm Rowner, 6 La Grande St;
Ben Facstein, 428 Monroe;
Isaac Sneideman, 130 Congress;
Ephraim Zendshik [...shlk?], 816 Passyunk;
David Dawarris, 840 S 3rd;
Philip Sneideman, 10 Guilford St;
Juda Filipowski [Til...? Pil...?], 334 Lombard;
[name written in foreigh script ], 428 Monroe;
Solomon Klapkin, 425 Christian St

Recorded in the Charter Book of Phila, No 18, Page 378 on the 18th day of
Octobert 1892, Recorded by Thomas [Reese/ Reece?]

Notarized by David Simon on 19 July 1892 & witnessed thereby:
Samuel Tolshinsky
Israel M Duckin
Louis Bordichevsky


Computer crashes #general

Ernest Fine <efine@...>
 

I don't want to turn the JewishGen discussion group into a computer forum,
but this is important.

About once per week, maybe more often, we see a note >from someone that
their computer crashed, and would people please resend e-mail, etc.

Folks, every e-mail client that I know of has a method of backing up the
e-mail messages, and the address book. (This is also true for your Internet
browser's URL address book.)

The method might be called "backup," or "export," or maybe something else
entirely. Or maybe you need to manually copy folders to another location.

If this e-mail is important enough for you to save, you ought to consider
taking the time to figure out how to protect it.

On the average, you can expect a hard drive to crash every three or four
years. Some go much quicker; on the flip side I've seen some running after
a decade of use! But you must regard the loss of a hard drive as a random
event. You can't say, "my computer is only a year old so I will not worry
about the hard drive." That's just asking for disaster.

Note that the loss of a hard drive isn't the only "crash" you need to be
concerned with. You can lose files due to accidentally erasing them, or
overlaying them with a file of the same name, or not being appropriately
protected with anti-virus measures - that means having an antivirus
program, keeping it up-to-date, and practicing safe computing. And in
certain areas of the USA, and I would assume the rest of the world too,
electrical problems >from lightening strikes are common. Do you have a
good-quality surge protector, including telephone line, cable, or DSL
protection, on your system. I emphasized the "good" for a reason; some of
what's sold is nothing but junk. Contact me if you want recommendations.

So how do you protect your files? Basically, by getting them *off the
computer*. In the good old days (!), we'd back up to diskette. You can
forget that now! Today, you can back up to a ZIP disk or JAZ disk, or
similar media; you can write files to a CD-ROM; you can backup to another
computer, or you can back up to a tape drive. For most users, I would
suggest that ZIP or CD-ROM is the most appropriate. Tape is the least
reliable, and backing up to another computer has it's own set of concerns,
which I won't get into here.

There are also external services that provide backup capabilities; you send
them data that you want backed up via an Internet connection, usually. I
don't know enough about them to comment, but perhaps someone who is using
one could provide us with information. (I backup several hundred megabytes
of data, some of which changes frequently. No way could I use a backup
service! I backup both to another computer, and to a JAZ drive.)

So as not to turn this very valuable genealogical resource into a computer
question-and-answer medium - which the moderators wouldn't allow anyway -
feel free to ask me questions directly - mailto:efine@cygnetserv.com .

Ernie Fine
Vienna, VA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Russian translation #general

Lili Susser <susserl@...>
 

Dear Genners

I have a document in Russian on ViewMate # VM351. I would appreciate a
translation ,even if only the names dates and places.

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/toview.html


Thank you in advance
Lili Susser

Susserl@home.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Tifereth Israel Anshe Zitomor #general

bd <maybug@...>
 

I took the information below >from the Charter which is archived in the
Jewish Archives at the Balch Institute in Philadelphia. I post it
here as some of these names may be people you are looking for. I know
nothing more about this than what is posted here. If you do, please
let me know. There is a Congregation Tifereth...Zitomir section at
HarNebo cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa.
from the web I believe there may also be sections in Mt Sharon
(Springfield) and Mt Jacob (?).

Some of the signatures were difficult to read, one was in a non-Western
script:

I hope this may be of use to someone.

Barbara Harris




Tifereth Israel Ansche Zitomor:
In 1916 located at 1716 S 7th Street Philadelphia (per Philadelphia City
Directory of 1916) [I don't have any earlier address, there may have been
one]
Contact name given as A Frank

The Charter located in Balch in the Jewish Archives: Balch Files on Tiferes:
Mss 57
The last name and address in their file was June 1971: Reuben Rochvarg,
Pine Street, Philadelphia.

The Charter is dated 1892, Philadelphia

Reads:
Cong. Tiferes Israel Anshei Sitomir Gub. Wollin Nusuch Sfard.

Item II indicates that the congregations follows the "docrines of the
Orthodox Jewish failith & according to the Spanish ritual and custom."

President: Solomon Friedman, 130 Congress
VP: Philip Glasgold, 334 Lombard
Record'g Sec: Aaron Dosick [Dorick?], 436 Monroe St
Financial Sec: Benjamin Friedman, 10 Congress
Treas: Jacob Kistuk, 334 Lombard St

Trustees:
Isaac Snieideman, 130 Congress;
Nathan Dorman, 822 So St;
Wm Rubenstein, 822 S. St;
Barnet [Burnet?] Fakstein, 428 Monroe St.

Witnesses:
Samuel Kalaminsky, 122 Almond St;
Jacob Fleishman, 236 N 2nd St;
Sam'l Tolshinsky, 401 S 7th St;
Philip Glasguld [G/S las g/y uld?], 334 Lombard;
Beril Keudes, 334 Lombard;
Israel M. Duikin, 610 S. St;
Benzzaman Friedman, 120 Congress;
Dana[Dand, Dan'l?], Kaufman, 816 Passyunk;
Sam'l Sneiderman, 1040 Park [Parker?] Street;
Louis Bardickvsky, 710 S 6th St;
Solomon Friedman, 10 Congress;
Abrahm Rowner, 6 La Grande St;
Ben Facstein, 428 Monroe;
Isaac Sneideman, 130 Congress;
Ephraim Zendshik [...shlk?], 816 Passyunk;
David Dawarris, 840 S 3rd;
Philip Sneideman, 10 Guilford St;
Juda Filipowski [Til...? Pil...?], 334 Lombard;
[name written in foreigh script ], 428 Monroe;
Solomon Klapkin, 425 Christian St

Recorded in the Charter Book of Phila, No 18, Page 378 on the 18th day of
Octobert 1892, Recorded by Thomas [Reese/ Reece?]

Notarized by David Simon on 19 July 1892 & witnessed thereby:
Samuel Tolshinsky
Israel M Duckin
Louis Bordichevsky


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Computer crashes #general

Ernest Fine <efine@...>
 

I don't want to turn the JewishGen discussion group into a computer forum,
but this is important.

About once per week, maybe more often, we see a note >from someone that
their computer crashed, and would people please resend e-mail, etc.

Folks, every e-mail client that I know of has a method of backing up the
e-mail messages, and the address book. (This is also true for your Internet
browser's URL address book.)

The method might be called "backup," or "export," or maybe something else
entirely. Or maybe you need to manually copy folders to another location.

If this e-mail is important enough for you to save, you ought to consider
taking the time to figure out how to protect it.

On the average, you can expect a hard drive to crash every three or four
years. Some go much quicker; on the flip side I've seen some running after
a decade of use! But you must regard the loss of a hard drive as a random
event. You can't say, "my computer is only a year old so I will not worry
about the hard drive." That's just asking for disaster.

Note that the loss of a hard drive isn't the only "crash" you need to be
concerned with. You can lose files due to accidentally erasing them, or
overlaying them with a file of the same name, or not being appropriately
protected with anti-virus measures - that means having an antivirus
program, keeping it up-to-date, and practicing safe computing. And in
certain areas of the USA, and I would assume the rest of the world too,
electrical problems >from lightening strikes are common. Do you have a
good-quality surge protector, including telephone line, cable, or DSL
protection, on your system. I emphasized the "good" for a reason; some of
what's sold is nothing but junk. Contact me if you want recommendations.

So how do you protect your files? Basically, by getting them *off the
computer*. In the good old days (!), we'd back up to diskette. You can
forget that now! Today, you can back up to a ZIP disk or JAZ disk, or
similar media; you can write files to a CD-ROM; you can backup to another
computer, or you can back up to a tape drive. For most users, I would
suggest that ZIP or CD-ROM is the most appropriate. Tape is the least
reliable, and backing up to another computer has it's own set of concerns,
which I won't get into here.

There are also external services that provide backup capabilities; you send
them data that you want backed up via an Internet connection, usually. I
don't know enough about them to comment, but perhaps someone who is using
one could provide us with information. (I backup several hundred megabytes
of data, some of which changes frequently. No way could I use a backup
service! I backup both to another computer, and to a JAZ drive.)

So as not to turn this very valuable genealogical resource into a computer
question-and-answer medium - which the moderators wouldn't allow anyway -
feel free to ask me questions directly - mailto:efine@cygnetserv.com .

Ernie Fine
Vienna, VA


Camp Sidney Cohen #general

Rochelle Nameroff
 

Dear Genners,
I know American camping experience is somewhat outside the focus of this
site, but I wonder if anyone can point me toward sites and books about the
secular American Jewish summer camp experiences. I don't mean the
particularly Zionist-oriented camps, which are a world of their own.
I mean the string of (mostly)Jewish owned and populated camps of the (I
would guess) late 40s and especially the 50s and beyond in America. The
camp I attended was, I would assume, Jewish-owned and mostly Jewish
populated.

In fact, the first overt anti-semitic experience that I had as a child in
midwestern America was at a Girl Scout camp (in the Wisconsin woods), where
I was one of the only Jewish kids. I was completely ostracized there--not
a "terrible" experience compared to what my older brother and my parents
went through, but a painful and lonely and shameful time, one that my
family probably would have pooh-poohed rather than understood, much less
been compassionate about. This was probably in the early 1950s.

Any similar experiences?

Rochelle Nameroff
Albany CA (S.F.Bay Area)
rnameroff@earthlink.net

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Camp Sidney Cohen #general

Rochelle Nameroff
 

Dear Genners,
I know American camping experience is somewhat outside the focus of this
site, but I wonder if anyone can point me toward sites and books about the
secular American Jewish summer camp experiences. I don't mean the
particularly Zionist-oriented camps, which are a world of their own.
I mean the string of (mostly)Jewish owned and populated camps of the (I
would guess) late 40s and especially the 50s and beyond in America. The
camp I attended was, I would assume, Jewish-owned and mostly Jewish
populated.

In fact, the first overt anti-semitic experience that I had as a child in
midwestern America was at a Girl Scout camp (in the Wisconsin woods), where
I was one of the only Jewish kids. I was completely ostracized there--not
a "terrible" experience compared to what my older brother and my parents
went through, but a painful and lonely and shameful time, one that my
family probably would have pooh-poohed rather than understood, much less
been compassionate about. This was probably in the early 1950s.

Any similar experiences?

Rochelle Nameroff
Albany CA (S.F.Bay Area)
rnameroff@earthlink.net

MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately.


Kremenets, Updated Surname List, 24 Jan 2001 #yizkorbooks

Ronald D. Doctor <rondoctor@...>
 

I'm pleased to announce that the next update of the Kremenets, Ukraine
Surname List now is available on the Kremenets Shtetl CO-OP section of the
Jewish Resources Indexing - Poland (JRI-Poland) website. Point your browser
to:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/kremenets_surname_list.htm

The updated list now includes 1,047 surnames >from the vital records and
Yizkor Books. The vital records entries include all birth records for 1870
and death records for 1870 through 1872.

We still NEED MORE VOLUNTEERS who are able to TRANSLATE RUSSIAN, YIDDISH,
and/or HEBREW. The more volunteers we have the sooner we can get these
records on-line. Please contact me if you have any of these language skills
and have not yet been given a translation assignment.

Those who have donated time and/or money to the project received pre-release
copies of the posted Surname List. This is one of the ways we can reward
those who help the project move forward. So, if you can help with
translations, I'd be happy to add you to the distribution list for
pre-release copies of the information we post on-line. And, if you can't do
translation work yourself, you still can join this PREMIERE group by making
a financial (and tax-deductible) contribution to the project. Contributions
will be used for copying expenses and to hire professional translators to
supplement our volunteers.

For Yizkor Book Project donations point your browser to:

http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/YizkorTrans.html.

You can make your donation electronically with a credit card, or you can
download a printable form for making your payment by mail. To be sure your
donation goes to our Kremenets project, scroll down the list and check the
box next to Kremenets, Ukraine.

For more information about the Kremenets Shtetl CO-OP take a look at our
Shtetlinks website at http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Kremenets/. The
site also includes historical information about Kremenets, analysis of the
vital records, and photos of Kremenets and Kremenetsers. For those of you
who have visited the website before, please note the change of address.

If you locate ancestors on the list, please let me know about it. I'm
keeping a log of "successes". And, as usual, if you have any questions,
please be sure to contact me. I'm looking forward to hearing >from you.

Ron Doctor
Co-Coordinator, Kremenets Shtetl CO-OP
Portland, Oregon USA


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Kremenets, Updated Surname List, 24 Jan 2001 #yizkorbooks

Ronald D. Doctor <rondoctor@...>
 

I'm pleased to announce that the next update of the Kremenets, Ukraine
Surname List now is available on the Kremenets Shtetl CO-OP section of the
Jewish Resources Indexing - Poland (JRI-Poland) website. Point your browser
to:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/kremenets_surname_list.htm

The updated list now includes 1,047 surnames >from the vital records and
Yizkor Books. The vital records entries include all birth records for 1870
and death records for 1870 through 1872.

We still NEED MORE VOLUNTEERS who are able to TRANSLATE RUSSIAN, YIDDISH,
and/or HEBREW. The more volunteers we have the sooner we can get these
records on-line. Please contact me if you have any of these language skills
and have not yet been given a translation assignment.

Those who have donated time and/or money to the project received pre-release
copies of the posted Surname List. This is one of the ways we can reward
those who help the project move forward. So, if you can help with
translations, I'd be happy to add you to the distribution list for
pre-release copies of the information we post on-line. And, if you can't do
translation work yourself, you still can join this PREMIERE group by making
a financial (and tax-deductible) contribution to the project. Contributions
will be used for copying expenses and to hire professional translators to
supplement our volunteers.

For Yizkor Book Project donations point your browser to:

http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/YizkorTrans.html.

You can make your donation electronically with a credit card, or you can
download a printable form for making your payment by mail. To be sure your
donation goes to our Kremenets project, scroll down the list and check the
box next to Kremenets, Ukraine.

For more information about the Kremenets Shtetl CO-OP take a look at our
Shtetlinks website at http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Kremenets/. The
site also includes historical information about Kremenets, analysis of the
vital records, and photos of Kremenets and Kremenetsers. For those of you
who have visited the website before, please note the change of address.

If you locate ancestors on the list, please let me know about it. I'm
keeping a log of "successes". And, as usual, if you have any questions,
please be sure to contact me. I'm looking forward to hearing >from you.

Ron Doctor
Co-Coordinator, Kremenets Shtetl CO-OP
Portland, Oregon USA


Re: Researching these names #galicia

Dolph Klein <kledolph@...>
 

ADLER: Bazin/Pezinok; Nagyszombat/Trnava; Postyen/Piestany
BERLINER: Pressburg/Bratislava; Vienna.
DEUTSCH: Tiszakaracsonyfalva/Craciunesti (Ro); Nagybanya/Baia Mare (Ro).
DIAMANT: Laksarujfalu/Laksarska nova Ves.
EHRENTHAL: Gecse/Geca.
FEIG: Tiszakaracsonyfalva/Craciunesti (Ro).
FISCHER: Beregszasz/Beregovo (Ukr.).
GEIST: Vienna.
GROSS: Bresztovany/Brestovany.
GRUNHUT: Miklostelek/Mikulasov; Szent Istvan/Studienka; Hegysur/Hruby Sur.
KATZ: Alsorona/Rona de Jos (Ro).
KLEIN: Also-Dios/Dolne Oresany; Losenze/Losenec; Nestich/Smolenice nova Ves;
Egyhazfa/Kostolna pri Dunaji; Hegysur/Hruby Sur; Kiralyfa/Kralova pri Senci;
Vienna.
KOHN: Lapas Gyarmat/Golianovo.
LEUCHTER: Nagytapolcsan/Topolcany
MANDEL: Nagymihaly/Michalovce.
MARSHFELD: Brocko/Brodske.
NEMETH: Tiszakaracsonyfalva/Craciunesti (Ro).
NEUMANN: Also-Dios/Dolne Oresany; Vienna.
NUSSBAUM: Marosvarsarhely/Targu Mures (Ro).
PERL: Tiszakaracsonyfalva/Craciunesti (Ro).
PRECZELMAYER: Kosolna
SANTO: Ungvar/Uzshorod (Ukr).
SPITZ: Beregszasz/Beregovo (Uk.).
STEINER: Kremsier/Kromeriz (Cz R.).
SZURAN/SURAN: Csotortok/Stvrtok; Pozsony/Bratislava; Malacka/Malacky;
Drietoma;
London; Olmutz/Olomouc (Cz R.). Holesov (Cz R.).
TEPLANSZKY: Spacza/Spacince.
TICHLER/TISCHLER: Sopron (Hu).

The following names are of unknown origin, but are related to one or more
of the names listed above:
POLAK/POLLAK/POLLACK; SOBEL/LOBEL; MORENO.

Dolph Klein
Chapel Hill, NC

From: "Louis Schonfeld" <Lmagyar@en.com>
Obviously, messages have been far and few the past several days. Now would
be a good oportunity to share with us the family names and ancestral towns
that you are researching. Even if you have posted this information at one
time, feel free to do so again.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Researching these names #hungary

Dolph Klein <kledolph@...>
 

ADLER: Bazin/Pezinok; Nagyszombat/Trnava; Postyen/Piestany
BERLINER: Pressburg/Bratislava; Vienna.
DEUTSCH: Tiszakaracsonyfalva/Craciunesti (Ro); Nagybanya/Baia Mare (Ro).
DIAMANT: Laksarujfalu/Laksarska nova Ves.
EHRENTHAL: Gecse/Geca.
FEIG: Tiszakaracsonyfalva/Craciunesti (Ro).
FISCHER: Beregszasz/Beregovo (Ukr.).
GEIST: Vienna.
GROSS: Bresztovany/Brestovany.
GRUNHUT: Miklostelek/Mikulasov; Szent Istvan/Studienka; Hegysur/Hruby Sur.
KATZ: Alsorona/Rona de Jos (Ro).
KLEIN: Also-Dios/Dolne Oresany; Losenze/Losenec; Nestich/Smolenice nova Ves;
Egyhazfa/Kostolna pri Dunaji; Hegysur/Hruby Sur; Kiralyfa/Kralova pri Senci;
Vienna.
KOHN: Lapas Gyarmat/Golianovo.
LEUCHTER: Nagytapolcsan/Topolcany
MANDEL: Nagymihaly/Michalovce.
MARSHFELD: Brocko/Brodske.
NEMETH: Tiszakaracsonyfalva/Craciunesti (Ro).
NEUMANN: Also-Dios/Dolne Oresany; Vienna.
NUSSBAUM: Marosvarsarhely/Targu Mures (Ro).
PERL: Tiszakaracsonyfalva/Craciunesti (Ro).
PRECZELMAYER: Kosolna
SANTO: Ungvar/Uzshorod (Ukr).
SPITZ: Beregszasz/Beregovo (Uk.).
STEINER: Kremsier/Kromeriz (Cz R.).
SZURAN/SURAN: Csotortok/Stvrtok; Pozsony/Bratislava; Malacka/Malacky;
Drietoma;
London; Olmutz/Olomouc (Cz R.). Holesov (Cz R.).
TEPLANSZKY: Spacza/Spacince.
TICHLER/TISCHLER: Sopron (Hu).

The following names are of unknown origin, but are related to one or more
of the names listed above:
POLAK/POLLAK/POLLACK; SOBEL/LOBEL; MORENO.

Dolph Klein
Chapel Hill, NC

From: "Louis Schonfeld" <Lmagyar@en.com>
Obviously, messages have been far and few the past several days. Now would
be a good oportunity to share with us the family names and ancestral towns
that you are researching. Even if you have posted this information at one
time, feel free to do so again.