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More Tarnopol Births Indices Online #general

Mark Halpern <Willie46@...>
 

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is proud to announce the addition of
nearly 7,000 Tarnopol birth indices for 1882-1892. There are now over
12,500 Tarnopol Birth indices covering years 1866-1892 on the JRI-Poland
database. These indices are the result of JRI-Poland's agreement with the
Polish State Archives to index all the 19th Century vital records for 82
towns in the former Eastern Galicia area (currently located in Ukraine)
that are held by the AGAD Archives in Warsaw.

To search the database, go to
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/jriplweb.htm>; and enter your surname
of interest. To narrow your search to the towns in East Galicia (current
Ukraine), enter Province = "Ukraine." To narrow your search to only
Tarnopol, enter Town = "Tarnopol."

In my announcement of October 24, I provided detailed instructions to
search the database and order records of interest >from the AGAD Archives.
You can find these instructions by using the JewishGen Discussion Group
Archives, which can be accessed >from the JewishGen home page. Search
for "Tarnopol" and you will find my October 24 posting.

I wish all Tarnopol area researchers great success in their search of the
database. If you do find success, I would appreciate if you would post
your experiences on this forum.

To find out how you can help accelerate the addition of further indices to
the Tarnopol database, please see our webpage at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/agad/agad_tarnopol.htm>; or contact me at
<willie46@aol.com>. The webpage also lists the other 12 towns whose vital
records registers are part of the Tarnopol Area project.

To follow the progress of this project in more detail, please subscribe
to the JRI-Poland List. This can easily be done at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/join.htm>;.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Tarnopol Area Coordinator
JRI-Poland

Searching:
Tarnopol -- HALPERN, TENENBAUM, SASS, GRUNSEID, GELOBTER, EKSTEIN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen More Tarnopol Births Indices Online #general

Mark Halpern <Willie46@...>
 

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is proud to announce the addition of
nearly 7,000 Tarnopol birth indices for 1882-1892. There are now over
12,500 Tarnopol Birth indices covering years 1866-1892 on the JRI-Poland
database. These indices are the result of JRI-Poland's agreement with the
Polish State Archives to index all the 19th Century vital records for 82
towns in the former Eastern Galicia area (currently located in Ukraine)
that are held by the AGAD Archives in Warsaw.

To search the database, go to
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/jriplweb.htm>; and enter your surname
of interest. To narrow your search to the towns in East Galicia (current
Ukraine), enter Province = "Ukraine." To narrow your search to only
Tarnopol, enter Town = "Tarnopol."

In my announcement of October 24, I provided detailed instructions to
search the database and order records of interest >from the AGAD Archives.
You can find these instructions by using the JewishGen Discussion Group
Archives, which can be accessed >from the JewishGen home page. Search
for "Tarnopol" and you will find my October 24 posting.

I wish all Tarnopol area researchers great success in their search of the
database. If you do find success, I would appreciate if you would post
your experiences on this forum.

To find out how you can help accelerate the addition of further indices to
the Tarnopol database, please see our webpage at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/agad/agad_tarnopol.htm>; or contact me at
<willie46@aol.com>. The webpage also lists the other 12 towns whose vital
records registers are part of the Tarnopol Area project.

To follow the progress of this project in more detail, please subscribe
to the JRI-Poland List. This can easily be done at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/join.htm>;.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Tarnopol Area Coordinator
JRI-Poland

Searching:
Tarnopol -- HALPERN, TENENBAUM, SASS, GRUNSEID, GELOBTER, EKSTEIN


Re: ANNOUNCING - ViewMate - JewishGen tool #galicia

Josef A. Herz <josef@...>
 

As the person who put the ViewMate site together - I can assure you
that there are no restrictions as to the operating system (OS) of the
user.

As an aside - the ViewMate site was developed and initially tested on my Mac.

I invite you to visit the site (http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate) to
either post your material or help translate and identify the material
that is up there now.




At 7:24 AM -0500 11/7/00, MILTGOLD@aol.com wrote:
This sounds very useful, however by "home PC system" ---does this also mean
Macintosh system?
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Josef Herz


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: ANNOUNCING - ViewMate - JewishGen tool #galicia

Josef A. Herz <josef@...>
 

As the person who put the ViewMate site together - I can assure you
that there are no restrictions as to the operating system (OS) of the
user.

As an aside - the ViewMate site was developed and initially tested on my Mac.

I invite you to visit the site (http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate) to
either post your material or help translate and identify the material
that is up there now.




At 7:24 AM -0500 11/7/00, MILTGOLD@aol.com wrote:
This sounds very useful, however by "home PC system" ---does this also mean
Macintosh system?
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Josef Herz


Re: ANNOUNCING - ViewMate - JewishGen tool #galicia

Leslie Gyi <leslie@...>
 

Our ACCESS to JewishGen.Org is via a Web Browser. Both MAC and PC run Web
Browsers. I believe MACs use NETSCAPE, while PCs can use either IE or
NETSCAPE. It is the browser that lets you access the site, with an Internet
connection running. If you can do email you more than likely have internet
connectivity, now all you need to do is open your browser and go to
WWW.JEWISHGEN.ORG

Once on the Home Page go to the section entitled, PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES,
and under the first bullet, 2nd to last entry is a hyperlink that takes you
into VIEWMATE

Leslie Gyi nee FEIG
Researching FEIGs anywhere
POLLAKs in Carpathia
GOLDENBERGs in Carpathia & Poland
HAJNIKs in Carpathia & Poland

-----Original Message-----

This sounds very useful, however by "home PC system" ---does this also mean
Macintosh system?


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia RE: ANNOUNCING - ViewMate - JewishGen tool #galicia

Leslie Gyi <leslie@...>
 

Our ACCESS to JewishGen.Org is via a Web Browser. Both MAC and PC run Web
Browsers. I believe MACs use NETSCAPE, while PCs can use either IE or
NETSCAPE. It is the browser that lets you access the site, with an Internet
connection running. If you can do email you more than likely have internet
connectivity, now all you need to do is open your browser and go to
WWW.JEWISHGEN.ORG

Once on the Home Page go to the section entitled, PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES,
and under the first bullet, 2nd to last entry is a hyperlink that takes you
into VIEWMATE

Leslie Gyi nee FEIG
Researching FEIGs anywhere
POLLAKs in Carpathia
GOLDENBERGs in Carpathia & Poland
HAJNIKs in Carpathia & Poland

-----Original Message-----

This sounds very useful, however by "home PC system" ---does this also mean
Macintosh system?


Read this before you install AOL 6.0! #galicia

Beverly <bev7@...>
 

Passing this on to all Gesher Galicia Newsgroup members,
Please take note:

Subject: Read this before you install AOL 6.0!
From: "Chuck Weinstein" <cweinstein@jewishgen.org>
Date: Mon, 06 Nov 2000 23:31:36 -0800
X-Message-Number: 1

Apparently, the newest version of AOL's software has an E-mail program
that sends messages only in multi-part MIME format. This format is
incompatible with the software this listserve uses, and messages sent to
any of JewishGen's news groups or SIGs will be unreadable to those who
try to read them. Messages received in this format will be rejected by
JewishGen moderators. PLEASE, if you are considering upgrading to the
latest version of AOL software, hold off until we can figure a work
around. I can assure you we are looking at it carefully. Thanks.

Chuck Weinstein
JewishGen ShtetLinks Project Manager
cweinstein@jewishgen.org


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Read this before you install AOL 6.0! #galicia

Beverly <bev7@...>
 

Passing this on to all Gesher Galicia Newsgroup members,
Please take note:

Subject: Read this before you install AOL 6.0!
From: "Chuck Weinstein" <cweinstein@jewishgen.org>
Date: Mon, 06 Nov 2000 23:31:36 -0800
X-Message-Number: 1

Apparently, the newest version of AOL's software has an E-mail program
that sends messages only in multi-part MIME format. This format is
incompatible with the software this listserve uses, and messages sent to
any of JewishGen's news groups or SIGs will be unreadable to those who
try to read them. Messages received in this format will be rejected by
JewishGen moderators. PLEASE, if you are considering upgrading to the
latest version of AOL software, hold off until we can figure a work
around. I can assure you we are looking at it carefully. Thanks.

Chuck Weinstein
JewishGen ShtetLinks Project Manager
cweinstein@jewishgen.org


Re: Mendel(s)so(h)n Families:thank you! #poland

Mendelssohn <mendelssohn@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Mendelssohn
To: JRI-Poland discussion group
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2000 7:39 PM
Subject: Mendel(s)so(h)n Families:thank you!


Thank you very much for the many answers I received >from my "JGFF
Mendel(s)so(h)n-group"! I did'nt find any relative but I am just at the
beginning of my investigations and I keep your answers preciously for the
future.Every new information about the Mendelssohns is wellcome.Excuse my
bad english!
A bientôt,
Florence Mendelssohn,Paris


Kozova Birth Indices Now Online #poland

Willie46@...
 

I am proud to announce the addition of over 1,500 Kozova birth indices for
1877-1893 to the database. These records represent the complete Kozova
holdings of the AGAD Archives.

If you have ancestors in the Tarnopol/Brzezany area, you may also want to
search the Kozova indices. I found an ancestor and his wife, who I knew had
five children in Tarnopol, had actually given birth to their first child in
Kozova.

With this addition, there are now over 14,000 AGAD Tarnopol Area Birth
indices on the JRI-Poland database. These indices are the result of
JRI-Poland's agreement with the Polish State Archives to index all the 19th
Century vital records for 82 towns in the former Eastern Galicia area
(currently located in Ukraine) that are held by the AGAD Archives in Warsaw.

When you search the database, you can narrow your search to the towns in East
Galicia (current Ukraine) by entering Province = "Ukraine." To narrow your
search to only Kozova, enter Town = "Kozova."

For those who have never ordered records >from the Polish State Archives
through a JRI-Poland database search, instructions are available in my
announcement of October 24. I provided detailed instructions to search the
database and order records of interest >from the AGAD Archives. You can find
these instructions by using the JewishGen SIG Lists Archives, which can be
accessed at <http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop>;.
Search for "Tarnopol" and you will find my October 24 posting.

I wish all Kozova researchers great success in their search of the database.
If you do find success, I would appreciate if you would post your experiences
on this forum.

I would like to thank Jay Hackin (Kozova Town Leader), Stanley Diamond, Steve
Zedeck, Michael Tobias, and the AGAD Archive staff for the success in making
these Kozova indices available to all of us.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Tarnopol Area Coordinator
JRI-Poland

Searching:
Kozova -- HALPERN, GELOBTER


More Tarnopol Births Indices Online #poland

Willie46@...
 

I am proud to announce the addition of nearly 7,000 Tarnopol birth indices
for 1882-1892. There are now over 12,500 Tarnopol Birth indices covering
years 1866-1892 on the JRI-Poland database. These indices are the result of
JRI-Poland's agreement with the Polish State Archives to index all the 19th
Century vital records for 82 towns in the former Eastern Galicia area
(currently located in Ukraine) that are held by the AGAD Archives in Warsaw.

When you search the database, you can narrow your search to the towns in East
Galicia (current Ukraine) by entering Province = "Ukraine." To narrow your
search to only Tarnopol, enter Town = "Tarnopol."

For those who have never ordered records >from the Polish State Archives
through a JRI-Poland database search, instructions are available in my
announcement of October 24. I provided detailed instructions to search the
database and order records of interest >from the AGAD Archives. You can find
these instructions by using the JewishGen SIG Lists Archives, which can be
accessed at <http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop>;.
Search for "Tarnopol" and you will find my October 24 posting.

I wish all Tarnopol area researchers great success in their search of the
database. If you do find success, I would appreciate if you would post your
experiences on this forum.

The addition of further indices for Tarnopol and the other towns in the
Tarnopol Area depend on reaching individual town fundraising targets. You can
help accelerate the addition of further indices to the Tarnopol database by
contributing to your town's indexing. Instructions for contributing can be
found at <http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/visa.htm>;. Please identify your
contribution with the name of the town for which the funds are intended. More
information about the Tarnopol Area initiative is available at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/agad/agad_tarnopol.htm>; or by contacting me
at <willie46@aol.com>. The webpage also lists the other 12 towns whose vital
records registers are part of the Tarnopol Area project.

May you all have success in your search.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Tarnopol Area Coordinator
JRI-Poland

Searching:
Tarnopol -- HALPERN, TENENBAUM, SASS, GRUNSEID, GELOBTER, EKSTEIN


JRI Poland #Poland Tr: Mendel(s)so(h)n Families:thank you! #poland

Mendelssohn <mendelssohn@...>
 

----- Original Message -----
From: Mendelssohn
To: JRI-Poland discussion group
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2000 7:39 PM
Subject: Mendel(s)so(h)n Families:thank you!


Thank you very much for the many answers I received >from my "JGFF
Mendel(s)so(h)n-group"! I did'nt find any relative but I am just at the
beginning of my investigations and I keep your answers preciously for the
future.Every new information about the Mendelssohns is wellcome.Excuse my
bad english!
A bientôt,
Florence Mendelssohn,Paris


JRI Poland #Poland Kozova Birth Indices Now Online #poland

Willie46@...
 

I am proud to announce the addition of over 1,500 Kozova birth indices for
1877-1893 to the database. These records represent the complete Kozova
holdings of the AGAD Archives.

If you have ancestors in the Tarnopol/Brzezany area, you may also want to
search the Kozova indices. I found an ancestor and his wife, who I knew had
five children in Tarnopol, had actually given birth to their first child in
Kozova.

With this addition, there are now over 14,000 AGAD Tarnopol Area Birth
indices on the JRI-Poland database. These indices are the result of
JRI-Poland's agreement with the Polish State Archives to index all the 19th
Century vital records for 82 towns in the former Eastern Galicia area
(currently located in Ukraine) that are held by the AGAD Archives in Warsaw.

When you search the database, you can narrow your search to the towns in East
Galicia (current Ukraine) by entering Province = "Ukraine." To narrow your
search to only Kozova, enter Town = "Kozova."

For those who have never ordered records >from the Polish State Archives
through a JRI-Poland database search, instructions are available in my
announcement of October 24. I provided detailed instructions to search the
database and order records of interest >from the AGAD Archives. You can find
these instructions by using the JewishGen SIG Lists Archives, which can be
accessed at <http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop>;.
Search for "Tarnopol" and you will find my October 24 posting.

I wish all Kozova researchers great success in their search of the database.
If you do find success, I would appreciate if you would post your experiences
on this forum.

I would like to thank Jay Hackin (Kozova Town Leader), Stanley Diamond, Steve
Zedeck, Michael Tobias, and the AGAD Archive staff for the success in making
these Kozova indices available to all of us.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Tarnopol Area Coordinator
JRI-Poland

Searching:
Kozova -- HALPERN, GELOBTER


JRI Poland #Poland More Tarnopol Births Indices Online #poland

Willie46@...
 

I am proud to announce the addition of nearly 7,000 Tarnopol birth indices
for 1882-1892. There are now over 12,500 Tarnopol Birth indices covering
years 1866-1892 on the JRI-Poland database. These indices are the result of
JRI-Poland's agreement with the Polish State Archives to index all the 19th
Century vital records for 82 towns in the former Eastern Galicia area
(currently located in Ukraine) that are held by the AGAD Archives in Warsaw.

When you search the database, you can narrow your search to the towns in East
Galicia (current Ukraine) by entering Province = "Ukraine." To narrow your
search to only Tarnopol, enter Town = "Tarnopol."

For those who have never ordered records >from the Polish State Archives
through a JRI-Poland database search, instructions are available in my
announcement of October 24. I provided detailed instructions to search the
database and order records of interest >from the AGAD Archives. You can find
these instructions by using the JewishGen SIG Lists Archives, which can be
accessed at <http://www.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.isa?jg~jgsys~sigspop>;.
Search for "Tarnopol" and you will find my October 24 posting.

I wish all Tarnopol area researchers great success in their search of the
database. If you do find success, I would appreciate if you would post your
experiences on this forum.

The addition of further indices for Tarnopol and the other towns in the
Tarnopol Area depend on reaching individual town fundraising targets. You can
help accelerate the addition of further indices to the Tarnopol database by
contributing to your town's indexing. Instructions for contributing can be
found at <http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/visa.htm>;. Please identify your
contribution with the name of the town for which the funds are intended. More
information about the Tarnopol Area initiative is available at
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/agad/agad_tarnopol.htm>; or by contacting me
at <willie46@aol.com>. The webpage also lists the other 12 towns whose vital
records registers are part of the Tarnopol Area project.

May you all have success in your search.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Tarnopol Area Coordinator
JRI-Poland

Searching:
Tarnopol -- HALPERN, TENENBAUM, SASS, GRUNSEID, GELOBTER, EKSTEIN


Re: jri-pl digest: November 07, 2000 #poland

Brdbrain7@...
 

Please forgive my ignorance. How large an area would Tarnopol records cover?
I believe my great grandparents, Joseph and Bella Erlichman Brenner, came
from Zinkov (Kamenets Podolskiy vicinity). My great grandmother's sisters,
Mirka Erlichman Weisman and Ida Erlichman Beckman, lived in Proskurov (same
area) and/or Zinkov. When I searched the surname list, I found Brener,
Brenner, Beckmann, Ehrlich, Weismann, Weissmann, ... I find it hard to
believe that all the family names would coincidentally be in Tarnopol. I
know people did move around, and that Ternopol and Kamenets Podolskiy are
only about 50 miles apart.

About a year and a half ago, I received e-mail >from a gal in Israel named
Ehrlich (whose family name was originally Ehrlichman). She knew her family
came >from Ternopol. At that time, I didn't know our family came >from
Kamenets Podolskiy.

Any help would be appreciated.

Robin B. Seidenberg
brdbrain7@aol.com


JRI Poland #Poland Re: jri-pl digest: November 07, 2000 #poland

Brdbrain7@...
 

Please forgive my ignorance. How large an area would Tarnopol records cover?
I believe my great grandparents, Joseph and Bella Erlichman Brenner, came
from Zinkov (Kamenets Podolskiy vicinity). My great grandmother's sisters,
Mirka Erlichman Weisman and Ida Erlichman Beckman, lived in Proskurov (same
area) and/or Zinkov. When I searched the surname list, I found Brener,
Brenner, Beckmann, Ehrlich, Weismann, Weissmann, ... I find it hard to
believe that all the family names would coincidentally be in Tarnopol. I
know people did move around, and that Ternopol and Kamenets Podolskiy are
only about 50 miles apart.

About a year and a half ago, I received e-mail >from a gal in Israel named
Ehrlich (whose family name was originally Ehrlichman). She knew her family
came >from Ternopol. At that time, I didn't know our family came >from
Kamenets Podolskiy.

Any help would be appreciated.

Robin B. Seidenberg
brdbrain7@aol.com


Re: jri-pl digest: November 03, 2000 #poland

Peter Jassem <jassep@...>
 

Re: research questions

Dear Robin, your friend may look for Polish Catholic records in local
Lithuanian Archives, the same archives Jewish records would be held, but he
may also inquire at the Polish State Archives in Warsaw whether any records
were transferred back to Poland after the war, and check the local parish
in Lithuania, which may have the books. I would strongly recommend
contacting the Polish Genealogical Society and perhaps joining for at least
a year (for $20 I think). They will send your friend a very comprehensive
beginner's kit, where he will find answers to most of his questions. Their
web address is www.pgsa.com.

Peter Jassem


JRI Poland #Poland RE: jri-pl digest: November 03, 2000 #poland

Peter Jassem <jassep@...>
 

Re: research questions

Dear Robin, your friend may look for Polish Catholic records in local
Lithuanian Archives, the same archives Jewish records would be held, but he
may also inquire at the Polish State Archives in Warsaw whether any records
were transferred back to Poland after the war, and check the local parish
in Lithuania, which may have the books. I would strongly recommend
contacting the Polish Genealogical Society and perhaps joining for at least
a year (for $20 I think). They will send your friend a very comprehensive
beginner's kit, where he will find answers to most of his questions. Their
web address is www.pgsa.com.

Peter Jassem


Research in Poland and Ukraine #ukraine

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

I have now hired four different researchers in Poland and
Ukraine. I have had mixed results--most very good, and one
very bad. But I have learned one thing: In my particular
cases, the most reputable researchers stated a fee (often as
a per-hour rate; plus expenses) and collected all or most of
the fee after the research was complete--rather than stating a
single large fee and collecting it up front, before any research
has begun. Please note that there are many researchers around
the world. My remarks refer only to my specific experiences.
I am not attempting to make generalizations, state an unbending
rule, or recommend proper behavior for researchers to follow.

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@mail.wittenberg.edu>
Professor of Music / Wittenberg University / Springfield, Ohio USA
Poland: TALMAN, ENGLANDER, JURKIEWICZ, KIFER
Ukraine: OBERMAN, LISS Turkey: KAZEZ, ALHADEF, FRESKO, HABIB

http://userpages.wittenberg.edu/dkazez/fam/ent/fam.html


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Research in Poland and Ukraine #ukraine

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@...>
 

I have now hired four different researchers in Poland and
Ukraine. I have had mixed results--most very good, and one
very bad. But I have learned one thing: In my particular
cases, the most reputable researchers stated a fee (often as
a per-hour rate; plus expenses) and collected all or most of
the fee after the research was complete--rather than stating a
single large fee and collecting it up front, before any research
has begun. Please note that there are many researchers around
the world. My remarks refer only to my specific experiences.
I am not attempting to make generalizations, state an unbending
rule, or recommend proper behavior for researchers to follow.

Daniel Kazez <dkazez@mail.wittenberg.edu>
Professor of Music / Wittenberg University / Springfield, Ohio USA
Poland: TALMAN, ENGLANDER, JURKIEWICZ, KIFER
Ukraine: OBERMAN, LISS Turkey: KAZEZ, ALHADEF, FRESKO, HABIB

http://userpages.wittenberg.edu/dkazez/fam/ent/fam.html