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Re: Hungarian Cemetery, Newark, NJ #general

Herb <herbiem@...>
 

The telephone company would not be able to give you the information you
seek. Most likely your relatives are buried in a Hungarian section of
one of the several Jewish cemeteries located Street in Newark---Grove
Street, Talmud Torah, and Union Field Cemeteries. Call 973-373-0144.

You may be able to get more information >from the death certificates
which usually lists the cemetery.

Another option, which I have used, is to call Sanford Epstein, Inc.
For a nominal fee, this grave maintenance service company will locate
and film the gravestone. 908 245-7100.

Herb Meyers
Boulder, Colorado

Howh20@aol.com wrote

Continuing the thread of Jewish cemeteries in northern New Jersey, I have
been told that two possible relatives of mine were buried in the Hungarian
Cemetery in Newark. However, upon calling the telephone company, they
indicate that there is no such listing in Newark or in the surrounding
area.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Hungarian Cemetery, Newark, NJ #general

Herb <herbiem@...>
 

The telephone company would not be able to give you the information you
seek. Most likely your relatives are buried in a Hungarian section of
one of the several Jewish cemeteries located Street in Newark---Grove
Street, Talmud Torah, and Union Field Cemeteries. Call 973-373-0144.

You may be able to get more information >from the death certificates
which usually lists the cemetery.

Another option, which I have used, is to call Sanford Epstein, Inc.
For a nominal fee, this grave maintenance service company will locate
and film the gravestone. 908 245-7100.

Herb Meyers
Boulder, Colorado

Howh20@aol.com wrote

Continuing the thread of Jewish cemeteries in northern New Jersey, I have
been told that two possible relatives of mine were buried in the Hungarian
Cemetery in Newark. However, upon calling the telephone company, they
indicate that there is no such listing in Newark or in the surrounding
area.


Re: Name change: #general

Eve Clyne <Eclyne@...>
 

Two of my uncles changed their name when they were in the British army
during the second world war and in a non- communicating way they both chose
different surnames neither telling the other till they came home on leave.
So the surname Macofsky changed to Mason by one uncle and Miatland by the
second uncle.

Shalom
Eve Clyne
Manchester UKeclyne@tesco.net
searching. with great difficulty
MACOFSKY
KWARTZ
NEVITSKY


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Name change: #general

Eve Clyne <Eclyne@...>
 

Two of my uncles changed their name when they were in the British army
during the second world war and in a non- communicating way they both chose
different surnames neither telling the other till they came home on leave.
So the surname Macofsky changed to Mason by one uncle and Miatland by the
second uncle.

Shalom
Eve Clyne
Manchester UKeclyne@tesco.net
searching. with great difficulty
MACOFSKY
KWARTZ
NEVITSKY


"Sunshine" #general

Peter Garas <pgaras@...>
 

OK everyone tell the truth.

a) who has seen the movie "Sunshine"?
b) how many of you have a family history which is similar to and/or
better than the one portrayed in the movie?
c) how many of you are now wishing *You* had the idea to put *Your*
family information into a movie?

Seriously, as someone with a family history that could compete with the
one used in the film, all the way through to having a family member who
was a national class fencer to having one who received the Signum Laudis
medal I can honestly say I liked the movie as it brought home a few
interesting thoughts.

In Hungary it didn't matter whether you believed in the left or right of
politics, it didn't matter if you fought for or against the monarchy, or
if you were a national hero or not, nor if you converted to Christianity
or remained a devout believer, at the end of the day what you were was a
*Jew* and that is how you were treated.

Anyone with some thoughts on the impact of films like this on our
genealogical experiences?

Just asking

Peter Garas

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen "Sunshine" #general

Peter Garas <pgaras@...>
 

OK everyone tell the truth.

a) who has seen the movie "Sunshine"?
b) how many of you have a family history which is similar to and/or
better than the one portrayed in the movie?
c) how many of you are now wishing *You* had the idea to put *Your*
family information into a movie?

Seriously, as someone with a family history that could compete with the
one used in the film, all the way through to having a family member who
was a national class fencer to having one who received the Signum Laudis
medal I can honestly say I liked the movie as it brought home a few
interesting thoughts.

In Hungary it didn't matter whether you believed in the left or right of
politics, it didn't matter if you fought for or against the monarchy, or
if you were a national hero or not, nor if you converted to Christianity
or remained a devout believer, at the end of the day what you were was a
*Jew* and that is how you were treated.

Anyone with some thoughts on the impact of films like this on our
genealogical experiences?

Just asking

Peter Garas

MODERATOR NOTE: Please keep public replies relevant to the genelaogical
question asked. All other replies should be sent privately to Peter.


An early Canadian death notice #general

Harry Dodsworth <af877@...>
 

I was reading the Montreal Gazette yesterday - for 1827 :-)
when I noticed this death notice:

Montreal Gazette Thursday evening, August 16, 1827

DIED, on Wednesday morning, Mrs Dorothea Judah, widow of the late
Aaron Hart, Esquire, aged 82 years. Her remains were conveyed to
Three Rivers on board the Waterloo Steam boat for interment in the
family burying ground.

It was interesting that steamboats were operating on the St. Lawrence
River although it would be another twelve years before they started to
cross the Atlantic.

Dorothea Judah was the wife (and cousin) of Aaron Hart and was probably
born in London, England. She married Aaron Hart in London in 1768.

Aaron Hart was a merchant and landowner in Three Rivers (now Trois
Rivieres). He was the patriarch of the Hart dynasty, who, besides their
business activities, fought for, and finally succeeded in obtaining, full
civil rights for Jews in Canada.

The family story takes almost two chapters in 'A Coat of Many Colours',
Two Centuries of Jewish Life in Canada, by Irving Abella.

Harry Dodsworth Ottawa Ontario Canada af877@freenet.carleton.ca


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen An early Canadian death notice #general

Harry Dodsworth <af877@...>
 

I was reading the Montreal Gazette yesterday - for 1827 :-)
when I noticed this death notice:

Montreal Gazette Thursday evening, August 16, 1827

DIED, on Wednesday morning, Mrs Dorothea Judah, widow of the late
Aaron Hart, Esquire, aged 82 years. Her remains were conveyed to
Three Rivers on board the Waterloo Steam boat for interment in the
family burying ground.

It was interesting that steamboats were operating on the St. Lawrence
River although it would be another twelve years before they started to
cross the Atlantic.

Dorothea Judah was the wife (and cousin) of Aaron Hart and was probably
born in London, England. She married Aaron Hart in London in 1768.

Aaron Hart was a merchant and landowner in Three Rivers (now Trois
Rivieres). He was the patriarch of the Hart dynasty, who, besides their
business activities, fought for, and finally succeeded in obtaining, full
civil rights for Jews in Canada.

The family story takes almost two chapters in 'A Coat of Many Colours',
Two Centuries of Jewish Life in Canada, by Irving Abella.

Harry Dodsworth Ottawa Ontario Canada af877@freenet.carleton.ca


Enumeration districts #general

Mike Fischer <miketran@...>
 

Through Ancestry.com, I subscribed to the on line 1920 census. It is very
nice, but I have to figure out which district I should be looking for or
I will be looking at zillions of files. Is there anywhere on the Internet
that I can find out which district certain addresses would appear ? I
really don't want to order films or wait till I can get into the Archives
or the NY Public Library.

Wilma Fischer
Passaic, N.J.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Enumeration districts #general

Mike Fischer <miketran@...>
 

Through Ancestry.com, I subscribed to the on line 1920 census. It is very
nice, but I have to figure out which district I should be looking for or
I will be looking at zillions of files. Is there anywhere on the Internet
that I can find out which district certain addresses would appear ? I
really don't want to order films or wait till I can get into the Archives
or the NY Public Library.

Wilma Fischer
Passaic, N.J.


1910 Ohio Census - TRAPUNSKY record #general

mtrap@...
 

Hi All,

I have a question regarding a record I found on Ancestry.com >from the 1910
Ohio Census (Cuyahoga, Cleveland County).

The record is for the family of a Louis FRIEDMAN, his wife - Minna,
daughter - Rosa, son - Nathan, and Louis’ brother-in-law Ike TRAPUNSKY
who was 18 at that time and was born in Russia. This is the only
TRAPUNSKY/TRAPUNSKI record I have come across so far where the person
wasn’t related to me.

My question is: Given the small amount of information, how can I go about
tracking down additional records and/or information on this family. I
don’t have any idea when Minna FRIEDMAN or Ike TRAPUNSKY passed away, or
if they were even still living in Cleveland (or Ohio for that matter) at
that time.

I was also wondering if the 1910 Ohio Census records would give
additional information on Minna’s and Ike’s parents. And if the records
do have that information, can anyone suggest how I could go about ordering
the record.

Any help and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks very much,

Michael Trapunsky
Queens, New York, USA
mtrap@idt.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 1910 Ohio Census - TRAPUNSKY record #general

mtrap@...
 

Hi All,

I have a question regarding a record I found on Ancestry.com >from the 1910
Ohio Census (Cuyahoga, Cleveland County).

The record is for the family of a Louis FRIEDMAN, his wife - Minna,
daughter - Rosa, son - Nathan, and Louis’ brother-in-law Ike TRAPUNSKY
who was 18 at that time and was born in Russia. This is the only
TRAPUNSKY/TRAPUNSKI record I have come across so far where the person
wasn’t related to me.

My question is: Given the small amount of information, how can I go about
tracking down additional records and/or information on this family. I
don’t have any idea when Minna FRIEDMAN or Ike TRAPUNSKY passed away, or
if they were even still living in Cleveland (or Ohio for that matter) at
that time.

I was also wondering if the 1910 Ohio Census records would give
additional information on Minna’s and Ike’s parents. And if the records
do have that information, can anyone suggest how I could go about ordering
the record.

Any help and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks very much,

Michael Trapunsky
Queens, New York, USA
mtrap@idt.net


The Shtetlinks Move #general

John Berman <Zah@...>
 

Well its been a week and we have successfully moved 10 Sites and have a
further 20 in the process of being moved.

It has been relatively error free, a few tweaks here and there. If you have
made a submission to move your site don't worry it will happen and you will
be contacted. To ensure you get the best service possible can I ask that
you make no more requests to move a site until further notice (about
1 week) so we can check techie side is correct. Thanks for your patience

Regards
John Berman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Shtetlinks Move #general

John Berman <Zah@...>
 

Well its been a week and we have successfully moved 10 Sites and have a
further 20 in the process of being moved.

It has been relatively error free, a few tweaks here and there. If you have
made a submission to move your site don't worry it will happen and you will
be contacted. To ensure you get the best service possible can I ask that
you make no more requests to move a site until further notice (about
1 week) so we can check techie side is correct. Thanks for your patience

Regards
John Berman


Sorry, Another change in email address #general

Martin Kronman <mkronman@...>
 

Its a long bitter story why this is the second time within the week that I
have notify you of a change in email address. It is now
mkronman@dreamscape.com. Please forgive me for this!

Martin Kronman
Syracuse, NY

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sorry, Another change in email address #general

Martin Kronman <mkronman@...>
 

Its a long bitter story why this is the second time within the week that I
have notify you of a change in email address. It is now
mkronman@dreamscape.com. Please forgive me for this!

Martin Kronman
Syracuse, NY

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Re: Finding emigrants to Israel #poland

Micah Males <mmm@...>
 

Visit: http://www.yellowpages.co.il/yp/yp.cgi?lang=E&clear=1

This is the best one I've found.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Caughlan - Kevin M." <caughlan@umd5.umd.edu>
To: "JRI-Poland" <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Cc: "JRI-Poland" <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2001 7:52 PM
Subject: [jri-pl] Finding emigrants to Israel


Hi LIst, i just found a note >from my mother that my grandfather had a
brother who went >from chechenowice area to new york and then to
israel. he had 5 children too. how would i go about looking for cousins
in israel? is there an online telephone directory where i could look for
the last name, sall or sole? thanks for this tangential subject
response. jenny in md


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Finding emigrants to Israel #poland

Micah Males <mmm@...>
 

Visit: http://www.yellowpages.co.il/yp/yp.cgi?lang=E&clear=1

This is the best one I've found.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Caughlan - Kevin M." <caughlan@umd5.umd.edu>
To: "JRI-Poland" <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Cc: "JRI-Poland" <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2001 7:52 PM
Subject: [jri-pl] Finding emigrants to Israel


Hi LIst, i just found a note >from my mother that my grandfather had a
brother who went >from chechenowice area to new york and then to
israel. he had 5 children too. how would i go about looking for cousins
in israel? is there an online telephone directory where i could look for
the last name, sall or sole? thanks for this tangential subject
response. jenny in md


Beginning research on TOBIN name #general

Deborah Tobin <deb.tobin@...>
 

Hello,
My last name is Tobin and I was always told that this name was of Irish
Catholic origin. However, in the past couple of years I have met a number
of people who have told me that Tobin is a Jewish name. Can anyone help
with this? Thanks,
Deborah Tobin
deb.tobin@ns.sympatico.ca

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entitled "JEWISH GENEALOGY FOR BEGINNERS - THE FIRST TEN STEPS" by Bernard
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quick search of TOBIN shows 10 people researching this name. Good luck.


E-mail Address for Rachel KOSTANIAN, Vilnius #general

smthted@...
 

Dear group,

I am trying to contact Rachel Kostanian at the Jewish Museum in Vilnius,
but the address that I have used through mid-October (jmuseum@puni.osf.lt)
--which is also the address recommended by Davida Handler in a note to
this list in late December--does not seem to be good anymore. Does anyone
have a more recent, workable alternative?

Please reply privately.

Thanks,
Theodore Smith
Reston, VA