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Re: My family #ukraine

celia reising <cetisem@...>
 

Sorry but my English is poor; write only to E-mail:
cemla@ciudad.com.ar
They have listened the inmigrators since year 1882 to
1926. I hope to help him. I'm >from the same shtetl and I heard this abaut this family Celia


My family,MONASTERSKY or MOONA and KUTZEL left Ekaterinoslav
around 1895-1905 to migrate to Argentina(Moises Ville)
Joseph Bekinschtein

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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: My family #ukraine

celia reising <cetisem@...>
 

Sorry but my English is poor; write only to E-mail:
cemla@ciudad.com.ar
They have listened the inmigrators since year 1882 to
1926. I hope to help him. I'm >from the same shtetl and I heard this abaut this family Celia


My family,MONASTERSKY or MOONA and KUTZEL left Ekaterinoslav
around 1895-1905 to migrate to Argentina(Moises Ville)
Joseph Bekinschtein

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Kosice archives #hungary

Marian Brown
 

Someone inquired about the Kosice archives and I don't have that e-mail
address so this message is going to the H-Sig. The archives have good
material (I was just there), including some birth, marriage, and death
records which have not been filmed by LDS. Also, they have the 1848
census of the Jews for some towns in the area and the 1857 and 1869
census records. It is worth writing to them, especially if you have the
exact village or town for your family. Many Jews lived in small
villages outside of Kosice proper.

Marian Brown
Cincinnati, Ohio


Where is Irving Roth? #hungary

Momteller@...
 

I am searching for my grandfather's sister's family. Her name was Rose
Schwede and she married Eugene Roth in NYC. Their son, Irving Roth, would
be in his 70's now probably. Where is he? The Roths had a daughter named
Ethel but her name would have been changed if she married.

I tried every Irving Roth in NYC and left messages. Rose was >from a small
town near Szatmar (Sarkos Ujlak). Any help would be appreciated.

Susan Stone
Evanston, IL


Hungary SIG #Hungary Kosice archives #hungary

Marian Brown
 

Someone inquired about the Kosice archives and I don't have that e-mail
address so this message is going to the H-Sig. The archives have good
material (I was just there), including some birth, marriage, and death
records which have not been filmed by LDS. Also, they have the 1848
census of the Jews for some towns in the area and the 1857 and 1869
census records. It is worth writing to them, especially if you have the
exact village or town for your family. Many Jews lived in small
villages outside of Kosice proper.

Marian Brown
Cincinnati, Ohio


Hungary SIG #Hungary Where is Irving Roth? #hungary

Momteller@...
 

I am searching for my grandfather's sister's family. Her name was Rose
Schwede and she married Eugene Roth in NYC. Their son, Irving Roth, would
be in his 70's now probably. Where is he? The Roths had a daughter named
Ethel but her name would have been changed if she married.

I tried every Irving Roth in NYC and left messages. Rose was >from a small
town near Szatmar (Sarkos Ujlak). Any help would be appreciated.

Susan Stone
Evanston, IL


Rokonstein / Rockenstein #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

Hi there,

Is anyone researching Rokonstein or Rockenstein family names? Please let me
know. I have spent many years.

Attila Rona


Re: Sam Jacobs: The Names of my great Uncle and Great Grandfatther #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

It is probably Smolnik. There are two towns with the same name. One is in the
former Szepes County, Szomolnok in Hungarian and Schmo"lnitz in German. The
other is in the former county of Zemple'n, U'jszomolnok or Szmolnik in
Hungarian.

Good luck,

Attila Rona


Re: Grunhut #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

All the information I have is coming >from Pest or Budapest. I am not certain
where Pinkas Philip Grunhut was born, but when he married Nanette (Netti)
Steiner and they had seven children I know of. Katalin (cc 1845-?), who
married Mano Kohn. Rosine (1851-?), who married Adolf Kohn. Albert
(1853-1896) my Great-grandfather who married Rozalia Feder (1861 - ?). Mor
(1858-?). Henrik (1862-?), who married Matild Blau (1863-?) and had at least
three children; Kornelia, Jolan and Pal Samuel. Izidor (1864-?) who married
Maria Stein (1868-?) and they had at least three children; Roza, Leo and
Angela.

Albert and Rozalia had seven children; Nandor (1883-?), Hugo (1884-1889),
Ernesztina, my grandmother (1887-1971), Frida (1889-?), Geza (1892-1892),
Margit (1893-1895) and Erzsebet (?-?) who married Otto Fogler-Frigyesi.

Are we related? Anybody?

Attila Rona


Hungary SIG #Hungary Rokonstein / Rockenstein #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

Hi there,

Is anyone researching Rokonstein or Rockenstein family names? Please let me
know. I have spent many years.

Attila Rona


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Sam Jacobs: The Names of my great Uncle and Great Grandfatther #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

It is probably Smolnik. There are two towns with the same name. One is in the
former Szepes County, Szomolnok in Hungarian and Schmo"lnitz in German. The
other is in the former county of Zemple'n, U'jszomolnok or Szmolnik in
Hungarian.

Good luck,

Attila Rona


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Grunhut #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

All the information I have is coming >from Pest or Budapest. I am not certain
where Pinkas Philip Grunhut was born, but when he married Nanette (Netti)
Steiner and they had seven children I know of. Katalin (cc 1845-?), who
married Mano Kohn. Rosine (1851-?), who married Adolf Kohn. Albert
(1853-1896) my Great-grandfather who married Rozalia Feder (1861 - ?). Mor
(1858-?). Henrik (1862-?), who married Matild Blau (1863-?) and had at least
three children; Kornelia, Jolan and Pal Samuel. Izidor (1864-?) who married
Maria Stein (1868-?) and they had at least three children; Roza, Leo and
Angela.

Albert and Rozalia had seven children; Nandor (1883-?), Hugo (1884-1889),
Ernesztina, my grandmother (1887-1971), Frida (1889-?), Geza (1892-1892),
Margit (1893-1895) and Erzsebet (?-?) who married Otto Fogler-Frigyesi.

Are we related? Anybody?

Attila Rona


Re: Magyarorszag helysegneptara #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

Hegyko"zkova'csi is in Romania now. It is called Cauaceu. It was in the
county of Bihar.

Attila Rona


Re: Magyar Zsido Lexikon #hungary

korman3 <korman3@...>
 

If your quest for a used copy is not successful, I got a new one from
Pannonia Bookstore (all books Hungarian) in Toronto, Canada. It was not
very expensive and I ordered it over the phone.

Debbi


Re: Given Name "HONUKNE" #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

Nyiregyha'za is the proper name of the town. Mormon Family Center must have
record until 1895.

Hanukne' should be the correct spelling. The wife of Peter Hanuk would be
Hanuk Pe'terne' in Hungarian.

Attila Rona


Re: Purchase of Magyar Zsido Lexikon by Peter Ujvari #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

I saw it in Hungary in the summer. Try any Hungarian book store in the US.
If you cannot find it let me know.

Attila Rona


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Magyarorszag helysegneptara #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

Hegyko"zkova'csi is in Romania now. It is called Cauaceu. It was in the
county of Bihar.

Attila Rona


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Magyar Zsido Lexikon #hungary

korman3 <korman3@...>
 

If your quest for a used copy is not successful, I got a new one from
Pannonia Bookstore (all books Hungarian) in Toronto, Canada. It was not
very expensive and I ordered it over the phone.

Debbi


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Given Name "HONUKNE" #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

Nyiregyha'za is the proper name of the town. Mormon Family Center must have
record until 1895.

Hanukne' should be the correct spelling. The wife of Peter Hanuk would be
Hanuk Pe'terne' in Hungarian.

Attila Rona


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Purchase of Magyar Zsido Lexikon by Peter Ujvari #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

I saw it in Hungary in the summer. Try any Hungarian book store in the US.
If you cannot find it let me know.

Attila Rona