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SCHWAB family (Cincinnati) #usa

Julian Edel <edel@...>
 

I am looking for the family of Moses SCHWAB who left Bavaria and settled in
Cincinnati, Ohio. Moses was married to Rosa nee JONES and had 3 daughters.
Essie, born in 1881, Gertrude born in 1882 and Florence, born in 1885. I
believe that Florence may have married a Michael H. PLAUT and had 2
daughters, Jeannette, born in 1910 and Rose born in 1912 in Cincinnati. Can
anyone help me with information about this family?

Many thanks,

Susan Edel (nee Schwab), Petach Tikva, Israel


Early American SIG #USA SCHWAB family (Cincinnati) #usa

Julian Edel <edel@...>
 

I am looking for the family of Moses SCHWAB who left Bavaria and settled in
Cincinnati, Ohio. Moses was married to Rosa nee JONES and had 3 daughters.
Essie, born in 1881, Gertrude born in 1882 and Florence, born in 1885. I
believe that Florence may have married a Michael H. PLAUT and had 2
daughters, Jeannette, born in 1910 and Rose born in 1912 in Cincinnati. Can
anyone help me with information about this family?

Many thanks,

Susan Edel (nee Schwab), Petach Tikva, Israel


New computer data base for records from Rodeph Shalom in #usa

Janet Akaha <Akaha@...>
 

I have found a data base that I would like to see added to Jewishgen (or
elsewhere)
and wondered how to go about seeing it happen.

Several years ago I went through a microfilm which included circumcision
records for Rodeph Shalom Congregation in Philadelphia. These records
begin in 1848 and end around 1864. At the time I xeroxed about 10 pages
(including the entire index) and I also have entered some of the
information on my computer.

I have information >from the actual records the following surnames (about
100 fathers representing about 200 sons , however no translation of the
Hebrew):
ADLER BACHARACH BAMBERGER CAHN COHEN COHN
DREIFUSS EINSTEIN FLEISHER FRANK GANS GOLDSMITH
HISTER KAHN LEHMAN MAYER OPPENHEIMER SCHEUER
SIMON SONDHEIM STERN THALHEIMER WEICHSELBAUM

I have recently been in contact with the Hebrew Jewish Archives in
Cincinnati. I have requested that the approximately 200 pages of records and an additional 20 pages of their early marriage records be xeroxed and sent to me. When they arrive, I would like to get ALL of the information into a data base. However, these records do include Hebrew which I can not read.

Please contact me if you would be willing to help me translate the
Hebrew or help with any other work on this project. Each page probably has only around 8 records and several people >from Gersig have offered to lend their support.

Akaha@compuserve.com Janet Billstein Akaha Salinas, CA

Researching >from Hesse-Darmstadt: Billstein, Wertheim,
Hexter/Hoechster/Hoexter, Sondheim(er), Spier/Spear, Kappenberg, Meyer
(Einardshausen), Froehlich (Ulrichstein), =

Sim(p)son

Researching >from Bavaria: Blum and Wolf (possibly Kleinsteinach), Fleisher (Memmelsdorf), Scheuer,

Other in Germany: Kappenberg, Joseph (Bollenbach, Rheinpfalz), Sulzberger

Baden: Thalheimer, Adler (Stuttgard), Aaron (Hechingen)

Philadelphia: Simson, Adler, Ochs, Fleisher, Hexter, Raab (possibly
Richmond, VA)
Cohen, Wolf (originally >from Heinrichs, Thuringia, Hinzweiler and Bavaria),
Leob, Gerstle (originally >from Fellheim), Liveright/Lebrecht (originally
from Memmelsdorf), Weiler, Thalheimer
Ohio: Billstein, Wertheim, Scheuer, Spear, Hexter, Kappenberg, Keller, Dettelbach, Mahler, Heller, Aaron, Bachrach, Schoenberger, Moses


Early American SIG #USA New computer data base for records from Rodeph Shalom in #usa

Janet Akaha <Akaha@...>
 

I have found a data base that I would like to see added to Jewishgen (or
elsewhere)
and wondered how to go about seeing it happen.

Several years ago I went through a microfilm which included circumcision
records for Rodeph Shalom Congregation in Philadelphia. These records
begin in 1848 and end around 1864. At the time I xeroxed about 10 pages
(including the entire index) and I also have entered some of the
information on my computer.

I have information >from the actual records the following surnames (about
100 fathers representing about 200 sons , however no translation of the
Hebrew):
ADLER BACHARACH BAMBERGER CAHN COHEN COHN
DREIFUSS EINSTEIN FLEISHER FRANK GANS GOLDSMITH
HISTER KAHN LEHMAN MAYER OPPENHEIMER SCHEUER
SIMON SONDHEIM STERN THALHEIMER WEICHSELBAUM

I have recently been in contact with the Hebrew Jewish Archives in
Cincinnati. I have requested that the approximately 200 pages of records and an additional 20 pages of their early marriage records be xeroxed and sent to me. When they arrive, I would like to get ALL of the information into a data base. However, these records do include Hebrew which I can not read.

Please contact me if you would be willing to help me translate the
Hebrew or help with any other work on this project. Each page probably has only around 8 records and several people >from Gersig have offered to lend their support.

Akaha@compuserve.com Janet Billstein Akaha Salinas, CA

Researching >from Hesse-Darmstadt: Billstein, Wertheim,
Hexter/Hoechster/Hoexter, Sondheim(er), Spier/Spear, Kappenberg, Meyer
(Einardshausen), Froehlich (Ulrichstein), =

Sim(p)son

Researching >from Bavaria: Blum and Wolf (possibly Kleinsteinach), Fleisher (Memmelsdorf), Scheuer,

Other in Germany: Kappenberg, Joseph (Bollenbach, Rheinpfalz), Sulzberger

Baden: Thalheimer, Adler (Stuttgard), Aaron (Hechingen)

Philadelphia: Simson, Adler, Ochs, Fleisher, Hexter, Raab (possibly
Richmond, VA)
Cohen, Wolf (originally >from Heinrichs, Thuringia, Hinzweiler and Bavaria),
Leob, Gerstle (originally >from Fellheim), Liveright/Lebrecht (originally
from Memmelsdorf), Weiler, Thalheimer
Ohio: Billstein, Wertheim, Scheuer, Spear, Hexter, Kappenberg, Keller, Dettelbach, Mahler, Heller, Aaron, Bachrach, Schoenberger, Moses


Re: Beoznica, Russia #general

Alexander Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Bereznica, Poland or Berezhnitsa, Belarus

Alexander Sharon

"Win Segal" wrote :

The Naturalization papers of grandpa, Solomon MILLER, says he came from
Beoznica, Russia in 1902. Can anyone help me find this town?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Beoznica, Russia #general

Alexander Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Bereznica, Poland or Berezhnitsa, Belarus

Alexander Sharon

"Win Segal" wrote :

The Naturalization papers of grandpa, Solomon MILLER, says he came from
Beoznica, Russia in 1902. Can anyone help me find this town?


Need contact addresses for JGSNY Museum of Jewish History, NYC #general

Babette C Bloch <bvcb@...>
 

I would appreciate receiveing either email or snail mail contact
addresses for the JGSNY and the Museum of Jewish History, in New York
City.

Many thanks.

Babette Bloch

MODERATOR NOTE: To see a list all members of the International
Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies, including New York,
(JGDNY), go to the JewishGen homepage at: http://www.jewishgen.org
Under _Hosted Organizations_ you will find a link to IAJGS .


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Need contact addresses for JGSNY Museum of Jewish History, NYC #general

Babette C Bloch <bvcb@...>
 

I would appreciate receiveing either email or snail mail contact
addresses for the JGSNY and the Museum of Jewish History, in New York
City.

Many thanks.

Babette Bloch

MODERATOR NOTE: To see a list all members of the International
Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies, including New York,
(JGDNY), go to the JewishGen homepage at: http://www.jewishgen.org
Under _Hosted Organizations_ you will find a link to IAJGS .


Lost and Found #general

Marv Kusmierz <mkusmierz@...>
 

BlankLost and Found Message Board, a new service avail >from Ancestry-The
Polish Connection at http://members.nbci.com/makushome/atpc/
This site specializes in resources for genealogy with a focus on the
Polish heritage. Includes forum for discussions, Ancestral Photo Library
and hundreds of qualified links by category along with a special Subject
Index Page for doing research.
Marv Kusmierz


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lost and Found #general

Marv Kusmierz <mkusmierz@...>
 

BlankLost and Found Message Board, a new service avail >from Ancestry-The
Polish Connection at http://members.nbci.com/makushome/atpc/
This site specializes in resources for genealogy with a focus on the
Polish heritage. Includes forum for discussions, Ancestral Photo Library
and hundreds of qualified links by category along with a special Subject
Index Page for doing research.
Marv Kusmierz


Lieberman identification in ViewMate #general

Shula Sapir <shula@...>
 

Hello,

Please your attention again! A Lieberman member of family in
a photo do you recognize him? Or the other man in the picture?
please try and check in :

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate VM039

Shulamit Sappir


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lieberman identification in ViewMate #general

Shula Sapir <shula@...>
 

Hello,

Please your attention again! A Lieberman member of family in
a photo do you recognize him? Or the other man in the picture?
please try and check in :

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate VM039

Shulamit Sappir


Re: U.S. Patent Holder #general

D PITCHON <PITCHON@...>
 

Hi Sherri,

For a patent search in the US go to the US Patent and Trademark Office
site and do a name search. www.uspto.gov/patft/index.html

also try http://patents.cos.com

Hope it hels,
Dave Pitchon


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: U.S. Patent Holder #general

D PITCHON <PITCHON@...>
 

Hi Sherri,

For a patent search in the US go to the US Patent and Trademark Office
site and do a name search. www.uspto.gov/patft/index.html

also try http://patents.cos.com

Hope it hels,
Dave Pitchon


Information on Brzesc Kuyaver and BialystokKujawski #general

Reizele770@...
 

Does anyone have any information about the towns of Brzesc Kuyaver
and Bialystok? If so, please let me know. Thank you sincerely.
Mrs.Reizele Duban


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Information on Brzesc Kuyaver and BialystokKujawski #general

Reizele770@...
 

Does anyone have any information about the towns of Brzesc Kuyaver
and Bialystok? If so, please let me know. Thank you sincerely.
Mrs.Reizele Duban


Beoznica, Russia #general

Win Segal <winks@...>
 

The Naturalization papers of grandpa, Solomon MILLER, says he came from
Beoznica, Russia in 1902. Can anyone help me find this town?

Thanks,

Win Segal


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Beoznica, Russia #general

Win Segal <winks@...>
 

The Naturalization papers of grandpa, Solomon MILLER, says he came from
Beoznica, Russia in 1902. Can anyone help me find this town?

Thanks,

Win Segal


Israel Genealogical Society - Tel Aviv Nov. 13 meeting #general

stroweis <stroweis@...>
 

Israel Genealogical Society - Tel Aviv Branch

Date: Monday 13 November 2000

Where: Beit Hatanach, 16 Rotschild Blvd, Tel Aviv

When: Library opens at 18:00. Lecture at 19:00

Lecturer: Reuven Naftali

Subject: Yad La'Maapil -
The Yizkor Project
for Clandestine ("Illegal") Immigrants
to Eretz Israel (1934- 1949)

Entrance Fee: Members Free; Non Members 15 NIS

Notes:

Due to late minute changes, the initially planned
lecture (with Ada Holtzman) has been postponed to
a later date.

On Sunday 19 November, at 20:30, same location,
Dr. Saul Issroff will present the program for the
London 2001 Conference on Jewish Genealogy (following
the General Assembly of the Israel Genealogical Society)

Visit us: http://www.isragen.org.il


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Israel Genealogical Society - Tel Aviv Nov. 13 meeting #general

stroweis <stroweis@...>
 

Israel Genealogical Society - Tel Aviv Branch

Date: Monday 13 November 2000

Where: Beit Hatanach, 16 Rotschild Blvd, Tel Aviv

When: Library opens at 18:00. Lecture at 19:00

Lecturer: Reuven Naftali

Subject: Yad La'Maapil -
The Yizkor Project
for Clandestine ("Illegal") Immigrants
to Eretz Israel (1934- 1949)

Entrance Fee: Members Free; Non Members 15 NIS

Notes:

Due to late minute changes, the initially planned
lecture (with Ada Holtzman) has been postponed to
a later date.

On Sunday 19 November, at 20:30, same location,
Dr. Saul Issroff will present the program for the
London 2001 Conference on Jewish Genealogy (following
the General Assembly of the Israel Genealogical Society)

Visit us: http://www.isragen.org.il