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Original family last name ? HAYDIS / HADIS / AIDES #general

Smhyds@...
 

I have been trying to track down my orginal last name. My grandparents
emigrate to Canada >from Odessa Russia around the 1850 then into the USA.
my given name is HAYDIS. But ithe Canada census of 1901 they have kisted
various HADIS. my uncle told ne long time ago the name was AIDES later
change to Hadis then to Haydis. I am try to track down a passenger list
also any help insight would be grateful
Sincerely
Samuel Haydis
Email Smhyds@cs.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Original family last name ? HAYDIS / HADIS / AIDES #general

Smhyds@...
 

I have been trying to track down my orginal last name. My grandparents
emigrate to Canada >from Odessa Russia around the 1850 then into the USA.
my given name is HAYDIS. But ithe Canada census of 1901 they have kisted
various HADIS. my uncle told ne long time ago the name was AIDES later
change to Hadis then to Haydis. I am try to track down a passenger list
also any help insight would be grateful
Sincerely
Samuel Haydis
Email Smhyds@cs.com


hard disc wiped out #general

Anita Frankel <frankel@...>
 

Dear Friends,

Last night my computer crashed ( a virus, I think)

All of the e-mail messages that I had been planning to answer
as soon as possible, were lost. (including some >from Family
Tree of the Jewish People)

So if you sent me a message that has gone unanswered for a
few weeks, please write again.

Sorry!
Anita Frankel frankel@neca.com
Storrs, CT, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen hard disc wiped out #general

Anita Frankel <frankel@...>
 

Dear Friends,

Last night my computer crashed ( a virus, I think)

All of the e-mail messages that I had been planning to answer
as soon as possible, were lost. (including some >from Family
Tree of the Jewish People)

So if you sent me a message that has gone unanswered for a
few weeks, please write again.

Sorry!
Anita Frankel frankel@neca.com
Storrs, CT, USA


ben and bit #general

MERLE KUCAN <BUTCHKUCAN@...>
 

I am looking at a bunch of document and was wondering exactly how these
names were used and what sequence they would follow, please privatelly
email if you can help....if mother name was Ruth , her mother was
Elizabeth her mother was Marian. can you give examples of wothey are
used in sequence// also father was Isaac and his father was israel and
his was joseph etc .. thanks for the help

Merle Kucan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ben and bit #general

MERLE KUCAN <BUTCHKUCAN@...>
 

I am looking at a bunch of document and was wondering exactly how these
names were used and what sequence they would follow, please privatelly
email if you can help....if mother name was Ruth , her mother was
Elizabeth her mother was Marian. can you give examples of wothey are
used in sequence// also father was Isaac and his father was israel and
his was joseph etc .. thanks for the help

Merle Kucan


Re: Treatment of adopted children in family trees #general

Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz <spamtrap@...>
 

benkarliner@juno.com (Benjamin Karliner) said:

Is it acceptable practice to include a blood relative's adopted child
in one's family tree?
I would ask whether it is acceptable to not include the adopted child.
If there is a halachic issue, indicate it in the data, but to drop the
child is not fair to the child, the parents or to those to whom you
give the family tree.

Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz,

I mangled my E-mail address to foil automated spammers; reply to
domain acm dot org user shmuel to contact me. Do not reply to
spamtrap@library.lspace.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Treatment of adopted children in family trees #general

Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz <spamtrap@...>
 

benkarliner@juno.com (Benjamin Karliner) said:

Is it acceptable practice to include a blood relative's adopted child
in one's family tree?
I would ask whether it is acceptable to not include the adopted child.
If there is a halachic issue, indicate it in the data, but to drop the
child is not fair to the child, the parents or to those to whom you
give the family tree.

Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz,

I mangled my E-mail address to foil automated spammers; reply to
domain acm dot org user shmuel to contact me. Do not reply to
spamtrap@library.lspace.org


Re: Krasnoysky Kray #general

Alexander Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Errol,

In JG's ShtelSeeker insert place Krasnoyarsk and select Russia. When you
see entry some 2000++ miles east of Moscow, this is a centre of
Krasnoyarskiy Kray (Territory).

Alexander Sharon
mailto: a.sharon@home.com

<ESES@aol.com> wrote :

I am trying to locate a place called Krasnoysky Kray in Russia. Just
found out some family information that this city and its Labor camps
back in 1941 may have played a part in my Grandfathers life.
Is there some place I can find out about the Labor camps there back in
1941? Seems that my Grandfather was sentenced to 5 years there but no
record of him arriving there.
Errol Schneegurt LI NY eses@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Krasnoysky Kray #general

Alexander Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

Errol,

In JG's ShtelSeeker insert place Krasnoyarsk and select Russia. When you
see entry some 2000++ miles east of Moscow, this is a centre of
Krasnoyarskiy Kray (Territory).

Alexander Sharon
mailto: a.sharon@home.com

<ESES@aol.com> wrote :

I am trying to locate a place called Krasnoysky Kray in Russia. Just
found out some family information that this city and its Labor camps
back in 1941 may have played a part in my Grandfathers life.
Is there some place I can find out about the Labor camps there back in
1941? Seems that my Grandfather was sentenced to 5 years there but no
record of him arriving there.
Errol Schneegurt LI NY eses@aol.com


Re: Treatment of Adopted Children in Family Trees #general

Arnold Davidson <arnoldbd@...>
 

Dear Ben,

I think you'll find that most people make a Family Tree be what they want
it to be. It is neither a legal document nor a valid genetic document.
The following information was contained in the manual of one of the most
widely used genealogy programs and might be instructive might be instructive.

If you are interested in tracing your family's bloodline, only enter the
names of children born to the parents on each Family Page. If you want to
record everyone who makes up the family, enter all children as you wish.
You can enter adopted, foster, and stepchildren as children of their
foster, adoptive, or stepparents and leave it at that, or you can ...
indicate the special nature of the relationship.

I enter adopted children. I also enter the parents and other family
members of spouse, although they are not blood relatives, if there is
interest or reason to do so. For that matter, spouses themselves are not
blood relatives.

Arnold Davidson
Boynton Beach, FL
arnoldbd@mindspring.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Treatment of Adopted Children in Family Trees #general

Arnold Davidson <arnoldbd@...>
 

Dear Ben,

I think you'll find that most people make a Family Tree be what they want
it to be. It is neither a legal document nor a valid genetic document.
The following information was contained in the manual of one of the most
widely used genealogy programs and might be instructive might be instructive.

If you are interested in tracing your family's bloodline, only enter the
names of children born to the parents on each Family Page. If you want to
record everyone who makes up the family, enter all children as you wish.
You can enter adopted, foster, and stepchildren as children of their
foster, adoptive, or stepparents and leave it at that, or you can ...
indicate the special nature of the relationship.

I enter adopted children. I also enter the parents and other family
members of spouse, although they are not blood relatives, if there is
interest or reason to do so. For that matter, spouses themselves are not
blood relatives.

Arnold Davidson
Boynton Beach, FL
arnoldbd@mindspring.com


Schick surname > Conversion ? #general

Udi Cain
 

I dont have any indication about that my ancestors might have been Jewish!I
would like to discuss all the possibilities >from my surname. For me the
idea, that maybe one of my ancestors, because of religious persecution,
converted to the catholic religion, is not "that impossible." What do you
think about my idea?

Thank you for your opinions!

Christof Schick-Fernandez
Dear Christof et al.

I'll open with regret that I can't deal about Theology since I'm secular.
But I can assure you that it's a possibility because such things happened in
huge amounts, and the Jewish nation lost millions of members who were forced
to convert to Catholicism.
Also we know of Jewish families by the name Schick, >from Hungary, from
Germany and >from Belarus. There were amongst them important rabbis' and
physicians. In encyclopaedia Judaika, they have articles about at least four
important Jewish characters >from the Schick family, >from 18th century to
last century.
Best regards >from Jerusalem (>from the eye of the storm). Udi Cain.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Schick surname > Conversion ? #general

Udi Cain
 

I dont have any indication about that my ancestors might have been Jewish!I
would like to discuss all the possibilities >from my surname. For me the
idea, that maybe one of my ancestors, because of religious persecution,
converted to the catholic religion, is not "that impossible." What do you
think about my idea?

Thank you for your opinions!

Christof Schick-Fernandez
Dear Christof et al.

I'll open with regret that I can't deal about Theology since I'm secular.
But I can assure you that it's a possibility because such things happened in
huge amounts, and the Jewish nation lost millions of members who were forced
to convert to Catholicism.
Also we know of Jewish families by the name Schick, >from Hungary, from
Germany and >from Belarus. There were amongst them important rabbis' and
physicians. In encyclopaedia Judaika, they have articles about at least four
important Jewish characters >from the Schick family, >from 18th century to
last century.
Best regards >from Jerusalem (>from the eye of the storm). Udi Cain.


US Passports for Resident Aliens in 1890 #general

Mel Werbach <mel@...>
 

I just received >from NARA (the US National Archives & Records
Administration) a copy of what is supposedly my great great grandfather's
passport application. It was filled out in front of a notary public in
1890, 3 years after he was naturalized.

While most of the information it lists is correct, it lists his height as 4
feet 10 inches (when actually he was fairly tall), his age as 80 (when he
was actually 56), and he signed his name in Hebrew with a tremor that
suggests he was elderly.

I know that his father traveled >from the United States to Jerusalem so that
he could die there. I therefore strongly suspect that the passport was not
actually for the use of my great great grandfather, but for his elderly
father who I assume had not been naturalized.

Does anyone know if, in 1890, resident aliens were not allowed to leave the
US - or if there could be another reason (such as a requirement of the
government in Jerusalem) that would cause him to impersonate his
naturalized son?

Mel Werbach
Los Angeles

Researching
FRANKEL, HORENSTEIN, KOMISAR, KONFER, KORENBLIT,
VERBUKH >from Volhynia, Podolia and Kiev gubernias, Ukraine;
AUZENBERG, HALPERN, LEVINOFSKY, RUBINSKY >from Suwalki gubernia;
LEVY, MENDELSON, MISHURSKY >from Kovne & Suwalki gubernias


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen US Passports for Resident Aliens in 1890 #general

Mel Werbach <mel@...>
 

I just received >from NARA (the US National Archives & Records
Administration) a copy of what is supposedly my great great grandfather's
passport application. It was filled out in front of a notary public in
1890, 3 years after he was naturalized.

While most of the information it lists is correct, it lists his height as 4
feet 10 inches (when actually he was fairly tall), his age as 80 (when he
was actually 56), and he signed his name in Hebrew with a tremor that
suggests he was elderly.

I know that his father traveled >from the United States to Jerusalem so that
he could die there. I therefore strongly suspect that the passport was not
actually for the use of my great great grandfather, but for his elderly
father who I assume had not been naturalized.

Does anyone know if, in 1890, resident aliens were not allowed to leave the
US - or if there could be another reason (such as a requirement of the
government in Jerusalem) that would cause him to impersonate his
naturalized son?

Mel Werbach
Los Angeles

Researching
FRANKEL, HORENSTEIN, KOMISAR, KONFER, KORENBLIT,
VERBUKH >from Volhynia, Podolia and Kiev gubernias, Ukraine;
AUZENBERG, HALPERN, LEVINOFSKY, RUBINSKY >from Suwalki gubernia;
LEVY, MENDELSON, MISHURSKY >from Kovne & Suwalki gubernias


LEVY #general

RUP29@...
 

Searching for family of Lewis and Jane LEVY nee MYERS >from Liverpool.U.K.
Rosie Levy-BROOKS
Lily Levy-OPAS
Henry Myers
Nathan Myers
Ben Myers
Also searching for the family of Simon and Bella GOLD nee BERMAN. U.K
Alf,Joe,Helen,Maurice,Len,Eva,Rene.
from Valerie Gold
U.K
RUP29@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen LEVY #general

RUP29@...
 

Searching for family of Lewis and Jane LEVY nee MYERS >from Liverpool.U.K.
Rosie Levy-BROOKS
Lily Levy-OPAS
Henry Myers
Nathan Myers
Ben Myers
Also searching for the family of Simon and Bella GOLD nee BERMAN. U.K
Alf,Joe,Helen,Maurice,Len,Eva,Rene.
from Valerie Gold
U.K
RUP29@aol.com


Re: Chase #general

Ury Link <uryl@...>
 

Dear Genners,
I don't see that Ilya Zeldes asked about :
a male person >from Vitebsk, Russia, whose first name was Chace>
I give a answer about a female name . She send me a E-mail
about it and than I see my error. Sorry for my error.
The male name Chace or Khase is a nickname to the Hebrew name Yekutiel and
it come in few version: Kaheisl,Kosa,Koska,Kushka, Kusha and Khashe. In one
source I find that it can be perhaps a nickname to the Hebrew name Katriel .
The way is Katriel = Kasriel = Kasi = Kashe, but I am not sure that it is
correct.

Best regards
Ury Link
Amsterdam
Holland


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re:Chase #general

Ury Link <uryl@...>
 

Dear Genners,
I don't see that Ilya Zeldes asked about :
a male person >from Vitebsk, Russia, whose first name was Chace>
I give a answer about a female name . She send me a E-mail
about it and than I see my error. Sorry for my error.
The male name Chace or Khase is a nickname to the Hebrew name Yekutiel and
it come in few version: Kaheisl,Kosa,Koska,Kushka, Kusha and Khashe. In one
source I find that it can be perhaps a nickname to the Hebrew name Katriel .
The way is Katriel = Kasriel = Kasi = Kashe, but I am not sure that it is
correct.

Best regards
Ury Link
Amsterdam
Holland