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Re: Where is Djtoma? Ztomia? #general

Henry Flam <flamh@...>
 

In article <85256992.00523A25.00@sgeop01.eop.gov>,
Mark_J._Schwartz@omb.eop.gov wrote:

Any help with figuring out where "Djtoma" is would be appreciated. My
great-aunt's naturalization papers list her birthplace and last residence
as "Djtoma, Russia". Her brother, my grandfather, listed his birthplace
as
"Valene, Russia." I am assuming the "Valene" reference is to Vohlynia
Gubierna. The arriving ship manifest for my great-aunt and grandfather
list in cursive writing "Ztomia", "Zhtoria" or "Zhtovia". Any thoughts?

Thanks

Mark Schwartz
Searching: SCHWARTZ, SCHWARTZBLAT, LEFKOVICH, FRUMAN, CHELST, PERMUTH,
SOKOLOVITZ
Sounds to me like Zhitomier in the Ukraine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Where is Djtoma? Ztomia? #general

Henry Flam <flamh@...>
 

In article <85256992.00523A25.00@sgeop01.eop.gov>,
Mark_J._Schwartz@omb.eop.gov wrote:

Any help with figuring out where "Djtoma" is would be appreciated. My
great-aunt's naturalization papers list her birthplace and last residence
as "Djtoma, Russia". Her brother, my grandfather, listed his birthplace
as
"Valene, Russia." I am assuming the "Valene" reference is to Vohlynia
Gubierna. The arriving ship manifest for my great-aunt and grandfather
list in cursive writing "Ztomia", "Zhtoria" or "Zhtovia". Any thoughts?

Thanks

Mark Schwartz
Searching: SCHWARTZ, SCHWARTZBLAT, LEFKOVICH, FRUMAN, CHELST, PERMUTH,
SOKOLOVITZ
Sounds to me like Zhitomier in the Ukraine


Who has information about the mass grave in Simferopol? #general

heruts <heruts@...>
 

Dear genners,
My great-grand mother: Batya ROSENBLUM and her daughter: Katya/Chasya
(probably with her own family) were killed by the Nazis in 1942 with 14,000
Simferopol's Jews.
Obviously it is very important for me to know as much what happened there.
Thank you for any information about those dark days.

Herut Shlomoff, Israel
heruts@netvision.net.il

Searching:
KAPAROVSKY, ORSHANSKY, BAKST >from Rechitsa/Belarus, Yaketerinoslav/Ukraine
ROSENBLUM, ROCHBERG >from Simferopol/Ukraine, Skvira/Ukraine
GERSHENGORN >from Kherson/Ukraine


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Who has information about the mass grave in Simferopol? #general

heruts <heruts@...>
 

Dear genners,
My great-grand mother: Batya ROSENBLUM and her daughter: Katya/Chasya
(probably with her own family) were killed by the Nazis in 1942 with 14,000
Simferopol's Jews.
Obviously it is very important for me to know as much what happened there.
Thank you for any information about those dark days.

Herut Shlomoff, Israel
heruts@netvision.net.il

Searching:
KAPAROVSKY, ORSHANSKY, BAKST >from Rechitsa/Belarus, Yaketerinoslav/Ukraine
ROSENBLUM, ROCHBERG >from Simferopol/Ukraine, Skvira/Ukraine
GERSHENGORN >from Kherson/Ukraine


Lists of Holocaust victims #hungary

Lebn@...
 

Gabor Hirsch (in his response to Susanne Belovari who asked about names of
deported people ) mentions a book "Te Vagy a Tanu", published 1947 that lists
names of victims and returnees of the Shoa. I have not reviewed this book but
it is available at the Library of Congress under call # DS135.H9 T4.

Eleanor Bien

mod. Jewishgen rules do not allow me to say any more than that I have a sale copy of the book. To inquire further please e-mail me privately at Lmagyar@en.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Lists of Holocaust victims #hungary

Lebn@...
 

Gabor Hirsch (in his response to Susanne Belovari who asked about names of
deported people ) mentions a book "Te Vagy a Tanu", published 1947 that lists
names of victims and returnees of the Shoa. I have not reviewed this book but
it is available at the Library of Congress under call # DS135.H9 T4.

Eleanor Bien

mod. Jewishgen rules do not allow me to say any more than that I have a sale copy of the book. To inquire further please e-mail me privately at Lmagyar@en.com


Re: The name Ida/Chicki #general

Ellen Zyroff <ezyroff@...>
 

My great aunt Ida was Chaiah/Haiah in Hebrew. She was called by family
"Chaikeh," and even more informally as "Chaikie." Perhaps the English
tranliteratied "Chaikie" was turned into your relative's anglicized name
"Chicki."

Ellen Zyroff
San Diego, CA


----Original Message Follows----
From: "Myra S. Davis" <myrabokpg@juno.com>

Reply-To: "Myra S. Davis" <myrabokpg@juno.com>
To: "JewishGen Discussion Group" <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: Re: The name Ida
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 12:25:36 -0700

Hello everyone,
I read about the name of Ida >from Ida Selavan Schwarcz who said her
Hebrew name was Haya. I sent a copy of her message to my cousin whose
mother, my aunt, was named Ida and then changed it to Idell.
He wrote me back that it was interesting however his mother's name was
Chicki. He was not sure if that was spelled correctly however that is
how it sounded. Has anyone ever heard of a Hebrew name sounding like
Chicki? And giving the girl the name of Ida?
Thanks to all.
Myra

Myra Davis, Tucson, AZ
myrabokpg@juno.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: The name Ida/Chicki #general

Ellen Zyroff <ezyroff@...>
 

My great aunt Ida was Chaiah/Haiah in Hebrew. She was called by family
"Chaikeh," and even more informally as "Chaikie." Perhaps the English
tranliteratied "Chaikie" was turned into your relative's anglicized name
"Chicki."

Ellen Zyroff
San Diego, CA


----Original Message Follows----
From: "Myra S. Davis" <myrabokpg@juno.com>

Reply-To: "Myra S. Davis" <myrabokpg@juno.com>
To: "JewishGen Discussion Group" <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: Re: The name Ida
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 12:25:36 -0700

Hello everyone,
I read about the name of Ida >from Ida Selavan Schwarcz who said her
Hebrew name was Haya. I sent a copy of her message to my cousin whose
mother, my aunt, was named Ida and then changed it to Idell.
He wrote me back that it was interesting however his mother's name was
Chicki. He was not sure if that was spelled correctly however that is
how it sounded. Has anyone ever heard of a Hebrew name sounding like
Chicki? And giving the girl the name of Ida?
Thanks to all.
Myra

Myra Davis, Tucson, AZ
myrabokpg@juno.com


Re: lodz digest: November 09, 2000 #lodz #poland

Ron Landau <rlandau@...>
 

In the early '80s, prior to any agreements by JRI-Poland, I, too, had
requested documents >from Poland and, living in New Jersey at the time, had
to go over to "the city" to the Polish Consulate on Madison Ave. and pay
them (I think it was about $12-13) to receive an official notice that the
record I sought was not available. Needless to say, I felt ripped off by
the Polish bureaucracy.

Ron


Subject: Lodz Archives has erred in processing orders.
From: Seflaum@aol.com
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 02:58:43 EST
X-Message-Number: 1

MODERATOR NOTE: Message reposted >from JRI-Poland newsgroup

We recently learned that the Lodz Branch of the Polish State
Archives
has made mistakes in processing orders >from researchers
using the
JRI-Poland on-line database as the source of information.

In error, they have been sending the photocopies to the
Polish Consulate
in New York City. The consulate has then sent form letters
asking for an
additional fee.

The two known cases were brought to the attention of the
Polish State
Archives and the consulate on Monday. A reply was received
today
(by fax) >from the Executive Director of the Polish State
Archives
acknowledging the error and assuring us that this would be
cleared
up without delay.

In the meantime, should you receive a request for payment
from
the Polish Consulate in New York for "copies of vital
statistics
documents" relating to an order placed with the Polish State
Archives,
kindly refer them to the letter of 6 November 2000 from
Jewish
Records Indexing - Poland (to the Polish State Archives) and

request that they forward the documents without charge. You
may also include a copy of this message with your letter to
the Polish Consulate.

Note, this does NOT apply to any 20th century records that
may
have been requested >from Civil Records Offices (Urzad Stanu
Cywilnego) in Poland.

Stanley Diamond
Project Coordinator, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
SMSDIAMOND@aol.com


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland RE: lodz digest: November 09, 2000 #lodz #poland

Ron Landau <rlandau@...>
 

In the early '80s, prior to any agreements by JRI-Poland, I, too, had
requested documents >from Poland and, living in New Jersey at the time, had
to go over to "the city" to the Polish Consulate on Madison Ave. and pay
them (I think it was about $12-13) to receive an official notice that the
record I sought was not available. Needless to say, I felt ripped off by
the Polish bureaucracy.

Ron


Subject: Lodz Archives has erred in processing orders.
From: Seflaum@aol.com
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 02:58:43 EST
X-Message-Number: 1

MODERATOR NOTE: Message reposted >from JRI-Poland newsgroup

We recently learned that the Lodz Branch of the Polish State
Archives
has made mistakes in processing orders >from researchers
using the
JRI-Poland on-line database as the source of information.

In error, they have been sending the photocopies to the
Polish Consulate
in New York City. The consulate has then sent form letters
asking for an
additional fee.

The two known cases were brought to the attention of the
Polish State
Archives and the consulate on Monday. A reply was received
today
(by fax) >from the Executive Director of the Polish State
Archives
acknowledging the error and assuring us that this would be
cleared
up without delay.

In the meantime, should you receive a request for payment
from
the Polish Consulate in New York for "copies of vital
statistics
documents" relating to an order placed with the Polish State
Archives,
kindly refer them to the letter of 6 November 2000 from
Jewish
Records Indexing - Poland (to the Polish State Archives) and

request that they forward the documents without charge. You
may also include a copy of this message with your letter to
the Polish Consulate.

Note, this does NOT apply to any 20th century records that
may
have been requested >from Civil Records Offices (Urzad Stanu
Cywilnego) in Poland.

Stanley Diamond
Project Coordinator, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
SMSDIAMOND@aol.com


Tarnopol Surname List Now Online #galicia

Willie46@...
 

For those researchers whose ancestry can be traced back to the Tarnopol area
of East Galicia (currently in Western Ukraine), JRI-Poland, as part of its
AGAD Archives Project, has just added a Tarnopol Surname List to its website.

To access this list go to the JRI-Poland website at <
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/>;, click on "Contents of the database,"
scroll down to Tarnopol, and in the box, highlight "PSA Surnames." The list
will then pop up.

JRI-Poland "Surname Lists" are a compilation of family names appearing one or
more times in the vital records of the town that have been indexed. All
variations in the spelling, as they were written by the town registrar in the
civil records, have been included in each surname list.

As additional indices are added for a town (other years/types of records),
surnames not previously in the list will be added.

This feature of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is provided as an aid to
researchers who may not initially recall or search for all the names in their
various family branches, but whose memories may be sparked by scanning the
list.

We need help to complete the project. To see the Project Status Report,
please go to <http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat1.htm#agad>;. To
learn more about the Tarnopol Area project, go to
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/agad/agad_tarnopol.htm>;.

More Tarnopol Birth indices and Kozowa Birth indices will be added to the
JRI-Poland database in the near future. Keep tuned for the announcements.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Tarnopol Area Coordinator
JRI-Poland


Re: ANNOUNCING - ViewMate - JewishGen tool #galicia

MILTGOLD@...
 

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

Thanks for any information that can be supplied.

Milt Goldsamt
miltgold@aol.com
Silver Spring, MD

###########

Researching: GOLDSAMT/GOLDSAND/GOLDSAM (Within Galicia--- Bochnia/Wisnicz
Nowy, Krakow, Limanowa, Nowy Sacz, Podgorze, Szczawnica, Tarnow, and
Wieliczka, Poland), GOLDZAND (Czyzewo and Zdunska Wola, Poland), and
GOLDZAMD (Lutsk and Lotache, Volhyn). Also, BALDINGER (Nowy Sacz, Poland).

Also researching outside of Galicia: GOLDZANT (Zareby Koscielne, Poland),
GOLDZAMD (Tomaszow Lubelski, Poland), ABRAMOWITZ (Ilowa, Russia), and LASKY
(Lodz, Poland)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Tarnopol Surname List Now Online #galicia

Willie46@...
 

For those researchers whose ancestry can be traced back to the Tarnopol area
of East Galicia (currently in Western Ukraine), JRI-Poland, as part of its
AGAD Archives Project, has just added a Tarnopol Surname List to its website.

To access this list go to the JRI-Poland website at <
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/>;, click on "Contents of the database,"
scroll down to Tarnopol, and in the box, highlight "PSA Surnames." The list
will then pop up.

JRI-Poland "Surname Lists" are a compilation of family names appearing one or
more times in the vital records of the town that have been indexed. All
variations in the spelling, as they were written by the town registrar in the
civil records, have been included in each surname list.

As additional indices are added for a town (other years/types of records),
surnames not previously in the list will be added.

This feature of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland is provided as an aid to
researchers who may not initially recall or search for all the names in their
various family branches, but whose memories may be sparked by scanning the
list.

We need help to complete the project. To see the Project Status Report,
please go to <http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat1.htm#agad>;. To
learn more about the Tarnopol Area project, go to
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/agad/agad_tarnopol.htm>;.

More Tarnopol Birth indices and Kozowa Birth indices will be added to the
JRI-Poland database in the near future. Keep tuned for the announcements.

Mark Halpern
AGAD Tarnopol Area Coordinator
JRI-Poland


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

MILTGOLD@...
 

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

Thanks for any information that can be supplied.

Milt Goldsamt
miltgold@aol.com
Silver Spring, MD

###########

Researching: GOLDSAMT/GOLDSAND/GOLDSAM (Within Galicia--- Bochnia/Wisnicz
Nowy, Krakow, Limanowa, Nowy Sacz, Podgorze, Szczawnica, Tarnow, and
Wieliczka, Poland), GOLDZAND (Czyzewo and Zdunska Wola, Poland), and
GOLDZAMD (Lutsk and Lotache, Volhyn). Also, BALDINGER (Nowy Sacz, Poland).

Also researching outside of Galicia: GOLDZANT (Zareby Koscielne, Poland),
GOLDZAMD (Tomaszow Lubelski, Poland), ABRAMOWITZ (Ilowa, Russia), and LASKY
(Lodz, Poland)


[Fwd: Searching family FRITSMAN] #southafrica

Dr Saul Issroff <saul@...>
 

Please reply directly if you have any leads on this one.

Saul

-----Original message-----
Subject: [Fwd: Searching family FRITSMAN]

Can you help?
rose
-----Original message-----
Subject: Searching family FRITSMAN

From: Eleonor Fritsman <eleonfritsman@ciudad.com.ar>
Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 14:27:43 -0300
Message-ID: <000301c04931$a6616600$ac192ac8@u9z6o7>

Dear Rose:
               I am searching my family FRITSMAN. My grandfather
ELIEZER BEN DAVID FRITSMAN (LEON in Spanish) left Lithuania aprox.
1909 or 1910 and arrived Argentina in those years. I heard that his
brothers went to SouthAfrica. Recently a man said me that in the 70'
(1970) he knew a man who names GUNTHER FRITSMAN in Green point, Cape
Town, but I couldn't find anymore. Can you help me?. Thank you very
much
 
Eleonor Fritsman
Buenos Aires
Argentina
-----End of original message >from Eleonor Fritsman-----

--
Dr Saul Issroff
London2001 - 21st International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
8-13 July 2001 www.jewishgen.org/london2001
info.london2001@talk21.com


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica [Fwd: Searching family FRITSMAN] #southafrica

Dr Saul Issroff <saul@...>
 

Please reply directly if you have any leads on this one.

Saul

-----Original message-----
Subject: [Fwd: Searching family FRITSMAN]

Can you help?
rose
-----Original message-----
Subject: Searching family FRITSMAN

From: Eleonor Fritsman <eleonfritsman@ciudad.com.ar>
Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 14:27:43 -0300
Message-ID: <000301c04931$a6616600$ac192ac8@u9z6o7>

Dear Rose:
               I am searching my family FRITSMAN. My grandfather
ELIEZER BEN DAVID FRITSMAN (LEON in Spanish) left Lithuania aprox.
1909 or 1910 and arrived Argentina in those years. I heard that his
brothers went to SouthAfrica. Recently a man said me that in the 70'
(1970) he knew a man who names GUNTHER FRITSMAN in Green point, Cape
Town, but I couldn't find anymore. Can you help me?. Thank you very
much
 
Eleonor Fritsman
Buenos Aires
Argentina
-----End of original message >from Eleonor Fritsman-----

--
Dr Saul Issroff
London2001 - 21st International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
8-13 July 2001 www.jewishgen.org/london2001
info.london2001@talk21.com


Attendee List - Down Town Zionist District 1933 NYC #general

Phyllis Kramer <phylliskramer1@...>
 

Did you perhaps think your NYC ancestors were Zionists???
This list is quite large......(and luckily i was able to OCR it!)

Thought you might all want to share this latest find out of the
family scrapbook.....
The dinner was held in honor of a close family friend
Sorry, but i have only the invitation......no additional information

The Down Town Zionist District
cordially invites you to attend a
Farewell Dinner to Meyer Orenstein,
on the occasion of his departure for Settlement in Palestine,
Sunday Evening, April 30th, 1933
at the Astoria Hall, 62 East 4th St. NYC
$2.00 per cover, please resond.
Proceeds for the American Palestine Campaign

Louis Abramowitz; Sholem Appel; Solomon Ashkenazy
A. Auslander; Gershon Bader; Abraham Baum
I. Beitler; M. Berner; Dr. S. Bernstein
A. Birman; Samuel Blitz; Jacob Blumenkrantz
Morris Bodinger; P. Braver; A. Brett
Dr. Charles B. Broder; H. L. Burg; Philip Burg
Jacob M. Chameides; Dr. H. Coiler;
M. Danzis; Philip Deutsch; Chaim Dienstag
Max Dolt; Hersh Drimer; Jacob Drimer;
Jacob Dunn; G. Eckstein; S. Edelheit
William Edlin; M. Ehrlich; M. Eisenmann
Henry J. Eiser; Nathan Elkin; Samuel Ershafsky
Louis Ewen;
Carl Feder; B. Felt; B. Feuer; Issy Feuer
Abraham Filler; Isidore First; Harry Fishman
Jacob Fishman; L. Flashenberg; E. Flesher
M. Fliegelman Harry Friedman J.P.Friedman
Ph. Friedman Simon Fuchsman L. Gallack
Abe Geffner Dr. Chas. N. Gelber Mrs. S. Gerstel
Max Getreu Al Gold Abraham Goldberg
Wm. Goldsmith Hon. J. J. Goldstein Max Green
Nathan Green Harry Greenberg David Greenstein
L. Grill A. Gross H. Gross; Jacob Gruder;
Louis Grunner;
Abraham Haber; S. Halber H. L. Harmatz
Jacob Harmatz Hon. Gustave Hartman Isadore Hassin
Sam Haubsher S. Heiterling Paul Heitman
Joseph Held; S. Herzlinger; J. Hirsh
Max L. Hollander Louis Horn David Horowitz
Nathan Hundert
I. Israel
T. Jonas; Samuel Judenfreund; Emma Judenfreund
Herman Junglieb
Harry J. Kahn J. Kamaiko Mrs. Leah Katz
A. S. Katzenberg Jacob Kirschenbaum M. Kirstein
Jacob M. Klein;Sol Klotz; Sol Koppel
Harris Koppelman Frank Kornbluh; J. Kornbluh
Nathan Kornbluh; Benj. Kramer Jacob Kramer
Marcus Kramer Morris Kramer Herman Kraushar
Oscar Kreindler Ray Kreindler I. Kurtz
Max B. Kurz; Morris Kurz Jacob Lebowitz
Charles Leder Louis Leiman N. Leitner
Samuel Lerner Philip Levy Dr. A. LeWitter
Louis Lipsky Isaac Liptscher Sol Low
Kalman Mahler Israel Margoshes Dr. S. Margoshes
Jacob Matises I Mauer L. Mayerson
Abraham Meer Samuel Mehler Menachem Menschel
Dr. I. Miller P. Miller Dr. Simon Miller
A. Nagelberg O. Nathanson J. Newman
Dr. Solomon Neuman Sam Neuwirth
B. Oestreich
Nathan D. Perlman David Podolsky Herman Quittman
Jacob H. Rand Rev. Jacob Rappaport P. M. Raskin
L. Rauch Wolf Rechtman O. Reiner
L.Reiss Moses Richter Joseph Richter
H. Riegelhaupt Sam Riesel Adam Rosen
Emanuel Rosen Morris Rothenberg L. Rubinstein
Mordecai Rudensky David Salpeter
S. L. Salpeter D. Saltz F. D. Saphirstein
Charles Schapira Mendel Schapiro Max Scharf
Abraham Scheiner Miss Rose Schiffman
Chas. A. Schneider Joe Schor A. Schorr
Joseph Schorr M. Schreiber B. Schreier
Isaac Schuster Herman Schwartz Hyman Schwartz
Sam Schwartz Bernard Semel
Morris Sendar; Bernard Shelvin; A. J. Silverman;
Hon. Wm. I. Sirovich; Mrs. Minniel Sklarsky;
P. Soicher; Dr.M. Soltes; M. Sonnenschein;
M. Sonnenschein; S. Spanglet; Abraham Spicehandler;
Edward Spiegel; Fred Spitz; Mrs.Charles Spivack;
Max Stadler; S. J. Stadler; Simon Staub;
Moses Stecher; Judge Adolph Stern; Harry Stern;
Max Stern; Samuel Stern; Jacob Strauber;
I. Sturm; Hyman Syrup; Dr. Joseph Tannenbaum;
H. Tanzer; I. Tanzer; Benj. Teller; David Tepper;
J. Thaler; Sigmund Thau; Dr. B. Turk; Harry Unger;
J. Vogelfanger; Rabbi H. B. Walder; Abr. J. Wallach;
Mrs. Rose Wechsler; M. Weinreich; J.J. Weisenfeld;
H. Wertzheiser; Nathan Wexler; Samuel Wiesen;
Pincus Winter; S. D. Wishner; Leo Wolfson;
Dr. Charles Wortsman; L. J. Wronker;
Louis Zankel; Morris A. Zeldin; Jacob Zichlinsky;
Samuel Zuckerberg; S. W. Zuckerberg; David Zuckerkandel

Happy Hunting!!
Phyllis (phylliskramer1@att.net) of Wilton & Savannah
Searching KRAMER, WISNER, BEIM >from JASIENICA, Galicia
STECHER, TRACHMAN, FEIR, KORNREICH >from ZMIGROD,Galicia
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlinks/zmigrod/zmigrod.htm
LINDNER, MAUER, BERLIN, EICHEL >from ROHATYN, Galicia and YASI
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlinks/rohatyn/rohatyn.htm
SCHEINER, KANDEL, SCHIMMEL >from Strzyzow, Dubieko,Galicia
Phyllis Kramer, Wilton Conn. & Savannah, Ga.
phylliskramer1@att.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Attendee List - Down Town Zionist District 1933 NYC #general

Phyllis Kramer <phylliskramer1@...>
 

Did you perhaps think your NYC ancestors were Zionists???
This list is quite large......(and luckily i was able to OCR it!)

Thought you might all want to share this latest find out of the
family scrapbook.....
The dinner was held in honor of a close family friend
Sorry, but i have only the invitation......no additional information

The Down Town Zionist District
cordially invites you to attend a
Farewell Dinner to Meyer Orenstein,
on the occasion of his departure for Settlement in Palestine,
Sunday Evening, April 30th, 1933
at the Astoria Hall, 62 East 4th St. NYC
$2.00 per cover, please resond.
Proceeds for the American Palestine Campaign

Louis Abramowitz; Sholem Appel; Solomon Ashkenazy
A. Auslander; Gershon Bader; Abraham Baum
I. Beitler; M. Berner; Dr. S. Bernstein
A. Birman; Samuel Blitz; Jacob Blumenkrantz
Morris Bodinger; P. Braver; A. Brett
Dr. Charles B. Broder; H. L. Burg; Philip Burg
Jacob M. Chameides; Dr. H. Coiler;
M. Danzis; Philip Deutsch; Chaim Dienstag
Max Dolt; Hersh Drimer; Jacob Drimer;
Jacob Dunn; G. Eckstein; S. Edelheit
William Edlin; M. Ehrlich; M. Eisenmann
Henry J. Eiser; Nathan Elkin; Samuel Ershafsky
Louis Ewen;
Carl Feder; B. Felt; B. Feuer; Issy Feuer
Abraham Filler; Isidore First; Harry Fishman
Jacob Fishman; L. Flashenberg; E. Flesher
M. Fliegelman Harry Friedman J.P.Friedman
Ph. Friedman Simon Fuchsman L. Gallack
Abe Geffner Dr. Chas. N. Gelber Mrs. S. Gerstel
Max Getreu Al Gold Abraham Goldberg
Wm. Goldsmith Hon. J. J. Goldstein Max Green
Nathan Green Harry Greenberg David Greenstein
L. Grill A. Gross H. Gross; Jacob Gruder;
Louis Grunner;
Abraham Haber; S. Halber H. L. Harmatz
Jacob Harmatz Hon. Gustave Hartman Isadore Hassin
Sam Haubsher S. Heiterling Paul Heitman
Joseph Held; S. Herzlinger; J. Hirsh
Max L. Hollander Louis Horn David Horowitz
Nathan Hundert
I. Israel
T. Jonas; Samuel Judenfreund; Emma Judenfreund
Herman Junglieb
Harry J. Kahn J. Kamaiko Mrs. Leah Katz
A. S. Katzenberg Jacob Kirschenbaum M. Kirstein
Jacob M. Klein;Sol Klotz; Sol Koppel
Harris Koppelman Frank Kornbluh; J. Kornbluh
Nathan Kornbluh; Benj. Kramer Jacob Kramer
Marcus Kramer Morris Kramer Herman Kraushar
Oscar Kreindler Ray Kreindler I. Kurtz
Max B. Kurz; Morris Kurz Jacob Lebowitz
Charles Leder Louis Leiman N. Leitner
Samuel Lerner Philip Levy Dr. A. LeWitter
Louis Lipsky Isaac Liptscher Sol Low
Kalman Mahler Israel Margoshes Dr. S. Margoshes
Jacob Matises I Mauer L. Mayerson
Abraham Meer Samuel Mehler Menachem Menschel
Dr. I. Miller P. Miller Dr. Simon Miller
A. Nagelberg O. Nathanson J. Newman
Dr. Solomon Neuman Sam Neuwirth
B. Oestreich
Nathan D. Perlman David Podolsky Herman Quittman
Jacob H. Rand Rev. Jacob Rappaport P. M. Raskin
L. Rauch Wolf Rechtman O. Reiner
L.Reiss Moses Richter Joseph Richter
H. Riegelhaupt Sam Riesel Adam Rosen
Emanuel Rosen Morris Rothenberg L. Rubinstein
Mordecai Rudensky David Salpeter
S. L. Salpeter D. Saltz F. D. Saphirstein
Charles Schapira Mendel Schapiro Max Scharf
Abraham Scheiner Miss Rose Schiffman
Chas. A. Schneider Joe Schor A. Schorr
Joseph Schorr M. Schreiber B. Schreier
Isaac Schuster Herman Schwartz Hyman Schwartz
Sam Schwartz Bernard Semel
Morris Sendar; Bernard Shelvin; A. J. Silverman;
Hon. Wm. I. Sirovich; Mrs. Minniel Sklarsky;
P. Soicher; Dr.M. Soltes; M. Sonnenschein;
M. Sonnenschein; S. Spanglet; Abraham Spicehandler;
Edward Spiegel; Fred Spitz; Mrs.Charles Spivack;
Max Stadler; S. J. Stadler; Simon Staub;
Moses Stecher; Judge Adolph Stern; Harry Stern;
Max Stern; Samuel Stern; Jacob Strauber;
I. Sturm; Hyman Syrup; Dr. Joseph Tannenbaum;
H. Tanzer; I. Tanzer; Benj. Teller; David Tepper;
J. Thaler; Sigmund Thau; Dr. B. Turk; Harry Unger;
J. Vogelfanger; Rabbi H. B. Walder; Abr. J. Wallach;
Mrs. Rose Wechsler; M. Weinreich; J.J. Weisenfeld;
H. Wertzheiser; Nathan Wexler; Samuel Wiesen;
Pincus Winter; S. D. Wishner; Leo Wolfson;
Dr. Charles Wortsman; L. J. Wronker;
Louis Zankel; Morris A. Zeldin; Jacob Zichlinsky;
Samuel Zuckerberg; S. W. Zuckerberg; David Zuckerkandel

Happy Hunting!!
Phyllis (phylliskramer1@att.net) of Wilton & Savannah
Searching KRAMER, WISNER, BEIM >from JASIENICA, Galicia
STECHER, TRACHMAN, FEIR, KORNREICH >from ZMIGROD,Galicia
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlinks/zmigrod/zmigrod.htm
LINDNER, MAUER, BERLIN, EICHEL >from ROHATYN, Galicia and YASI
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlinks/rohatyn/rohatyn.htm
SCHEINER, KANDEL, SCHIMMEL >from Strzyzow, Dubieko,Galicia
Phyllis Kramer, Wilton Conn. & Savannah, Ga.
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Henry LEVY (Seaman) & Dunbar Wreck, 1857 - Look up Request (PRO,London) #general

Terry Newman <tnewman@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners

Would there be a searcher familiar with the merchant shipping records, held
by the Public Records Office in London, able to do a look up for me?

I'm seeking confirmation of the service record, or any other information
shown, for the following:

It appears that my great grandfather's brother, Henry LEVY, was a young sea
man aboard the sailing ship "Dunbar", that was tragically wrecked near the
Sydney Heads (NSW, Australia) on the 20th August, 1857. The ship had sailed
from England a few months previously, carrying passengers and crew,
recorded at the time of the wreck, as being 122. There was only one
survivor, a 21-year old sea man, who was able to cling to cliffs until
rescued.

The survivor told the coronial inquest that "H Levey, sea man", was one of
many whose bodies were not recovered.

There was no funeral for Henry Levy in Sydney, as there were for some other
Jewish passengers who lost their lives, nor any known obituary notice in
the Sydney papers or London's "Jewish Chronicle". It seems that no one
in Sydney's Jewish community had been aware of this Jewish sailor on
board. The last-named newspaper, in its report of the tragedy, speaks of a
"Mr Levine" as being one of those drowned; probably a confusion of Levine
with Levy.

Any assistance would be very much appreciated.

Terry Newman
Sydney, Australia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Henry LEVY (Seaman) & Dunbar Wreck, 1857 - Look up Request (PRO,London) #general

Terry Newman <tnewman@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners

Would there be a searcher familiar with the merchant shipping records, held
by the Public Records Office in London, able to do a look up for me?

I'm seeking confirmation of the service record, or any other information
shown, for the following:

It appears that my great grandfather's brother, Henry LEVY, was a young sea
man aboard the sailing ship "Dunbar", that was tragically wrecked near the
Sydney Heads (NSW, Australia) on the 20th August, 1857. The ship had sailed
from England a few months previously, carrying passengers and crew,
recorded at the time of the wreck, as being 122. There was only one
survivor, a 21-year old sea man, who was able to cling to cliffs until
rescued.

The survivor told the coronial inquest that "H Levey, sea man", was one of
many whose bodies were not recovered.

There was no funeral for Henry Levy in Sydney, as there were for some other
Jewish passengers who lost their lives, nor any known obituary notice in
the Sydney papers or London's "Jewish Chronicle". It seems that no one
in Sydney's Jewish community had been aware of this Jewish sailor on
board. The last-named newspaper, in its report of the tragedy, speaks of a
"Mr Levine" as being one of those drowned; probably a confusion of Levine
with Levy.

Any assistance would be very much appreciated.

Terry Newman
Sydney, Australia