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Tiszalucz #hungary

Graner Georges <georges.graner@...>
 

For Rose Linden,
Dear Rose,
I see you are looking for the postal code of Tiszalucz.
May I tell you that I am also interested in Tiszalucz were my Grandmother
Gottdiener Szeren was born in 1873 and where her father was the circumsizer.
I have spent a certain number of hours on the mormon film # 0642958 where
Tiszalucz data are to be found. If I can help you with my notes, do not
hesitate.

Regards,
Georges GRANER

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Hungary SIG #Hungary Tiszalucz #hungary

Graner Georges <georges.graner@...>
 

For Rose Linden,
Dear Rose,
I see you are looking for the postal code of Tiszalucz.
May I tell you that I am also interested in Tiszalucz were my Grandmother
Gottdiener Szeren was born in 1873 and where her father was the circumsizer.
I have spent a certain number of hours on the mormon film # 0642958 where
Tiszalucz data are to be found. If I can help you with my notes, do not
hesitate.

Regards,
Georges GRANER

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Re: NagyKanizsa #hungary

korman3 <korman3@...>
 

what county is your town in? The 1848 census only still exists for a
handful of counties.

Debbi


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

AttilaRona@...
 

Hi Tom,

I think, that "magyarosit=E1s" had roots in the fact that "Greater" Hungary=20=
had=20
only a little more than 50% Hungarian population, and this was a way to=20
increase the percentage. The theory was that if someone had a Hungarian name=
,=20
spoke Hungarian and this way had a Hungarian culture, he or she was Hungaria=
n=20
no matter where he or she came from. I find this quite liberal.=20

I might be wrong, but I thought people had to get only their grandparents=20
birth certificate during the Horthy regime.

Attila R=F3na=20


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: NagyKanizsa #hungary

korman3 <korman3@...>
 

what county is your town in? The 1848 census only still exists for a
handful of counties.

Debbi


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

AttilaRona@...
 

Hi Tom,

I think, that "magyarosit=E1s" had roots in the fact that "Greater" Hungary=20=
had=20
only a little more than 50% Hungarian population, and this was a way to=20
increase the percentage. The theory was that if someone had a Hungarian name=
,=20
spoke Hungarian and this way had a Hungarian culture, he or she was Hungaria=
n=20
no matter where he or she came from. I find this quite liberal.=20

I might be wrong, but I thought people had to get only their grandparents=20
birth certificate during the Horthy regime.

Attila R=F3na=20


Re: Grossberg and Freiberg families? #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

Eric
I suggest you search the All Latvia Database at
http;//www.jewishgen.org/databases/latvia

You can also contact the Archives and request a search -write to:
Mrs Irina Veinberga
Latvian State Historical Archives
Slokas iela 16
Riga LV-1007
Latvia

If you ask for research to be done then you must pay a non refundable $50
to start the search. If not in the USA then the equivalent amount in your
currency. (I note that you are in the USA) This is a once only payment and
subsequent requests will not require any payment other than the amount due
for the work done.

Payment may be by cheque in which case you need to add $7. $57 would then
be the amount sent. If you send a Postal or Money order then only $50 is
needed.

Payment of the bill is a similar story. You pay the amount asked for if
money or postal order. If by cheque then for amounts below $100 you add $7.
For any amount over $100 you need to add $20 to your cheque. The extra
required is never more that $20.

You need to send all the details that you have as regards names,dates of
birth ,places lived,dates left Latvia etc.

There is often a 6month delay until you get a result.

They are very good and will do their best for you.


Arlene Beare
President Latvia SIG

At 20:20 08/01/01 -0500, you wrote:
I am secular Sociologist who is trying to explore a possible Jewish lineage--
the lineage that was probably erased right before World War II.

My mother's maiden name was Ursula Isakowsky. She was a "displaced
person" who
was born in Posen Poland in 1940. Her father was Kurt Isakowsky (Kurts
Fredricks Isakovskis). Her mother was Hildegard Aab. Both of my
Grandparents
were >from Riga.

The family were Lutherans by the time my mother was born. We believe that
some
of our family had a religious conversion in order to escape political
repression. We have great grandparents named Sigrid Grossberg and Walter
Johann
Freiberg.

Does anybody recognize these names? If not, I would appreciate some
suggestions on comprehensive archieves. Also, can people recommend a good
historical/ethnographic book on Jewish culture in the Baltic area?

Thanks,

Eric Swank
Dept. of Sociology and Social Work
Morehead State University
Morehead, KY 40351
(606) 783-2190


Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: Grossberg and Freiberg families? #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

Eric
I suggest you search the All Latvia Database at
http;//www.jewishgen.org/databases/latvia

You can also contact the Archives and request a search -write to:
Mrs Irina Veinberga
Latvian State Historical Archives
Slokas iela 16
Riga LV-1007
Latvia

If you ask for research to be done then you must pay a non refundable $50
to start the search. If not in the USA then the equivalent amount in your
currency. (I note that you are in the USA) This is a once only payment and
subsequent requests will not require any payment other than the amount due
for the work done.

Payment may be by cheque in which case you need to add $7. $57 would then
be the amount sent. If you send a Postal or Money order then only $50 is
needed.

Payment of the bill is a similar story. You pay the amount asked for if
money or postal order. If by cheque then for amounts below $100 you add $7.
For any amount over $100 you need to add $20 to your cheque. The extra
required is never more that $20.

You need to send all the details that you have as regards names,dates of
birth ,places lived,dates left Latvia etc.

There is often a 6month delay until you get a result.

They are very good and will do their best for you.


Arlene Beare
President Latvia SIG

At 20:20 08/01/01 -0500, you wrote:
I am secular Sociologist who is trying to explore a possible Jewish lineage--
the lineage that was probably erased right before World War II.

My mother's maiden name was Ursula Isakowsky. She was a "displaced
person" who
was born in Posen Poland in 1940. Her father was Kurt Isakowsky (Kurts
Fredricks Isakovskis). Her mother was Hildegard Aab. Both of my
Grandparents
were >from Riga.

The family were Lutherans by the time my mother was born. We believe that
some
of our family had a religious conversion in order to escape political
repression. We have great grandparents named Sigrid Grossberg and Walter
Johann
Freiberg.

Does anybody recognize these names? If not, I would appreciate some
suggestions on comprehensive archieves. Also, can people recommend a good
historical/ethnographic book on Jewish culture in the Baltic area?

Thanks,

Eric Swank
Dept. of Sociology and Social Work
Morehead State University
Morehead, KY 40351
(606) 783-2190


Re: "Riga Kurlander Verein" and the unbalanced work load #courland #latvia

joebein365@...
 

Good for you!!!!

Perhaps if you explain what needs to be done, and how it is done, some of us
with few skills, but plenty of time will be willing to help.

I have not offered to help primarily because I'm afraid that I do not have
the skills necessary to really be of help.

Let me know more, and if able I will help.

Love,

jJoe Bein


Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: "Riga Kurlander Verein" and the unbalanced work load #latvia

joebein365@...
 

Good for you!!!!

Perhaps if you explain what needs to be done, and how it is done, some of us
with few skills, but plenty of time will be willing to help.

I have not offered to help primarily because I'm afraid that I do not have
the skills necessary to really be of help.

Let me know more, and if able I will help.

Love,

jJoe Bein


Re: Vedemosti Project #ukraine

shirley pencer <scpencer@...>
 

Hi:
Regarding the "Kievski Guberniski Vedemosti" you should access Discussion
Group Archives of Oct.11/98 by Vitaly Charny. His very informative letter
gives a detailed discussion of his findings in the Harvard Library.
He was researching the microfilms of the "old Russian offical newspaper==
Kievski Guberniskie Vedemosti" and lists some of his findings. He gives his
address, and he seems to be very knowledgeable. Moreover, he isobviously
capable of interpreting Cyrillic, which I definitely am not. Having accessed
records written in archaic Russian script, I would be hesitant to attempt to
index these microfilms at Harvard if I should find myself in the area.
In the Fall Issue of Avotaynu Vol.XVI No.3, there is an article on "The
Russian National Census of 1897", by Thomas K. Edlund. Most libraries with
extensive Judaica would have a copy of this magazine, if it hasn't been
received by subscription. In the Appendix, he lists the pertinent records at the Latter Day Saints' Family History Library at Utah.
Shirley Pencer
Montreal, Qc

MODERATOR'S NOTE:
Thanks Shirley, for the lead on Vedomosti information. (The 1897 Russian Empire Census is another project entirely.) Vitaly's letter is very descriptive of the Vedomosti contents.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re:Vedemosti Project #ukraine

shirley pencer <scpencer@...>
 

Hi:
Regarding the "Kievski Guberniski Vedemosti" you should access Discussion
Group Archives of Oct.11/98 by Vitaly Charny. His very informative letter
gives a detailed discussion of his findings in the Harvard Library.
He was researching the microfilms of the "old Russian offical newspaper==
Kievski Guberniskie Vedemosti" and lists some of his findings. He gives his
address, and he seems to be very knowledgeable. Moreover, he isobviously
capable of interpreting Cyrillic, which I definitely am not. Having accessed
records written in archaic Russian script, I would be hesitant to attempt to
index these microfilms at Harvard if I should find myself in the area.
In the Fall Issue of Avotaynu Vol.XVI No.3, there is an article on "The
Russian National Census of 1897", by Thomas K. Edlund. Most libraries with
extensive Judaica would have a copy of this magazine, if it hasn't been
received by subscription. In the Appendix, he lists the pertinent records at the Latter Day Saints' Family History Library at Utah.
Shirley Pencer
Montreal, Qc

MODERATOR'S NOTE:
Thanks Shirley, for the lead on Vedomosti information. (The 1897 Russian Empire Census is another project entirely.) Vitaly's letter is very descriptive of the Vedomosti contents.


New shtetlinks site for Stanislawow/Ivano-Frankovsk! #galicia

Denise Azbill <famaz@...>
 

Ivano Frankivsk (Stanislawow) ShtetLinks Site

Due to great effort on the part of Susannah Juni, a new ShtetLinks site has
been launched for the city now known as Ivano Frankivsk, formerly
Stanislawow, Stanislau, or Stanisle. You can go there directly by clicking
on:
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlinks/juni/stanislawow

or by going to the ShtetLinks Home Page at www.jewishgen.org/shtetlinks/ and
clicking on Ukraine, and then Ivano Frankivsk. Stanislawow was a large city
of more than 100,000 residents, including a thriving Jewish community of
25-30,000 people.

At this time, the site is still a work in progress, but there are great maps
of the area, and many wonderful photographs. We have over 100 researchers
who have asked to have their surnames of interest posted on the researcher's
page. Have a look! You never know-you may have ancestors who lived in
Stanislawow or nearby environs, such as Mariampol, Jezupol, Knihinin and the
Knihinin colonie, Mykietynce, Zagwozdz, Paniczna, Tumierz, Halicz, Pobierce,
and many other shtetls.

If you have a question regarding whether or not a shtetl is in the
administrative district of Stanislawow, please contact Denise Azbill, at
Famaz@prodigy.net.

Exciting news for the near future! Susannah has traveled throughout the
region, and we have a database of literally thousands of records of data,
including photographs both old new, documenting Jewish life in Stanislawow
(Ivano Frankivsk). We are currently working with a database specialist to
enable you to view all of this data, including many more Photo Highlights,
from the website. (The current release of the website contains only a small
sampling of photographs, as well as research sources, links, maps, etc.)
Please check back later in the
year! (Targeted for around July, 2001...) Some of the data was provided by
other
researchers, and if you have data you'd like to contribute, please contact
me later this year, as there will eventually be a mechanism for people to
donate more data to the project.

Volunteers are needed to help submit and computerize data for the SIF
website on ShtetLinks. If you can help, please send an email to Denise
Azbill famaz@prodigy.net No special skills required.

Many, many thanks are due Susannah. She has created a wonderful site, and
we invite you all to visit.

Sincerely,
Denise Azbill


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia New shtetlinks site for Stanislawow/Ivano-Frankovsk! #galicia

Denise Azbill <famaz@...>
 

Ivano Frankivsk (Stanislawow) ShtetLinks Site

Due to great effort on the part of Susannah Juni, a new ShtetLinks site has
been launched for the city now known as Ivano Frankivsk, formerly
Stanislawow, Stanislau, or Stanisle. You can go there directly by clicking
on:
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlinks/juni/stanislawow

or by going to the ShtetLinks Home Page at www.jewishgen.org/shtetlinks/ and
clicking on Ukraine, and then Ivano Frankivsk. Stanislawow was a large city
of more than 100,000 residents, including a thriving Jewish community of
25-30,000 people.

At this time, the site is still a work in progress, but there are great maps
of the area, and many wonderful photographs. We have over 100 researchers
who have asked to have their surnames of interest posted on the researcher's
page. Have a look! You never know-you may have ancestors who lived in
Stanislawow or nearby environs, such as Mariampol, Jezupol, Knihinin and the
Knihinin colonie, Mykietynce, Zagwozdz, Paniczna, Tumierz, Halicz, Pobierce,
and many other shtetls.

If you have a question regarding whether or not a shtetl is in the
administrative district of Stanislawow, please contact Denise Azbill, at
Famaz@prodigy.net.

Exciting news for the near future! Susannah has traveled throughout the
region, and we have a database of literally thousands of records of data,
including photographs both old new, documenting Jewish life in Stanislawow
(Ivano Frankivsk). We are currently working with a database specialist to
enable you to view all of this data, including many more Photo Highlights,
from the website. (The current release of the website contains only a small
sampling of photographs, as well as research sources, links, maps, etc.)
Please check back later in the
year! (Targeted for around July, 2001...) Some of the data was provided by
other
researchers, and if you have data you'd like to contribute, please contact
me later this year, as there will eventually be a mechanism for people to
donate more data to the project.

Volunteers are needed to help submit and computerize data for the SIF
website on ShtetLinks. If you can help, please send an email to Denise
Azbill famaz@prodigy.net No special skills required.

Many, many thanks are due Susannah. She has created a wonderful site, and
we invite you all to visit.

Sincerely,
Denise Azbill


[Fwd: Search:ABUSCH] #galicia

jm.wolfo@...
 

Dear JGenners

If someone has heard about Samuel Abusch and children (Nathaniel,Haim and
sisters ),thank you for help.
Jm Wolfowicz

[Where is this family >from in Galicia? When did they live there? Where
did they go? All this will help us place these people - Moderator]


Re: Tarnoruda #galicia

IsraelP <zach4v6@...>
 

I suppose I could go into twenty different towns and write Pikholz,
Pikholc, Pickholz, Pickholtz for every one of them, but it seems to me
more reasonable to do so justr for the major towns and to do "any" for
the rest. Maybe I'm wrong about that.

Israel P.

Is there any particular reasons that nice Galitzyaners are avoiding JGFF?


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia [Fwd: Search:ABUSCH] #galicia

jm.wolfo@...
 

Dear JGenners

If someone has heard about Samuel Abusch and children (Nathaniel,Haim and
sisters ),thank you for help.
Jm Wolfowicz

[Where is this family >from in Galicia? When did they live there? Where
did they go? All this will help us place these people - Moderator]


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Tarnoruda #galicia

IsraelP <zach4v6@...>
 

I suppose I could go into twenty different towns and write Pikholz,
Pikholc, Pickholz, Pickholtz for every one of them, but it seems to me
more reasonable to do so justr for the major towns and to do "any" for
the rest. Maybe I'm wrong about that.

Israel P.

Is there any particular reasons that nice Galitzyaners are avoiding JGFF?


[Fwd: Search : BRAJTMAN] #galicia

jm.wolfo@...
 

Dear JGenners

If someone has heard about Rah'el Brajtman born 1895-1900 in Kielce (Poland)
or suburbs ,who was maried to Moszek Wolfowicz and died in 1920 or 1921,
thank you for help
Jm Wolfowicz


[Fwd: Search: Wolfowicz] #galicia

jm.wolfo@...
 

Dear JGenners
Looking desperately for Wolfowicz family in (or around) Kielce ,Poland
Thanks for help
jm Wolfowicz