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notaries public in prewar Warsaw and Kowno #poland

Nicole Berline <nberline@...>
 

Has anyone the experience of getting information
in files of notaries public in prewar Warsaw and Kowno ?
How does one proceed to do this ?

Nicole BERLINE, Paris France
ROTENSZTEJN ROCHMAN (Warszawa); LEIBOVICH ; OGUS ( Paberze Kovno)
TREIVAS ; BERLINE (Slonim)


JRI Poland #Poland notaries public in prewar Warsaw and Kowno #poland

Nicole Berline <nberline@...>
 

Has anyone the experience of getting information
in files of notaries public in prewar Warsaw and Kowno ?
How does one proceed to do this ?

Nicole BERLINE, Paris France
ROTENSZTEJN ROCHMAN (Warszawa); LEIBOVICH ; OGUS ( Paberze Kovno)
TREIVAS ; BERLINE (Slonim)


Re: shumsk gravestones translation #ukraine

Lynne Tolman <ltolman@...>
 

People seem to have misunderstood my message about translating gravestone
inscriptions >from Shumsk. A couple of people have asked about specific
names. We don't have a list of names because we are still looking for
someone in the Boston area to sit down with me and view all 175 slides and
translate the inscriptions.

Lynne Tolman
LTolman@ma.ultranet.com
researching KLOTZ/GOLD, TOLMAN/TULLMAN, BAKER/BIK >from Shumsk, Volhynia,
Ukraine.
See http://www.ultranet.com/~ltolman/index.htm


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: shumsk gravestones translation #ukraine

Lynne Tolman <ltolman@...>
 

People seem to have misunderstood my message about translating gravestone
inscriptions >from Shumsk. A couple of people have asked about specific
names. We don't have a list of names because we are still looking for
someone in the Boston area to sit down with me and view all 175 slides and
translate the inscriptions.

Lynne Tolman
LTolman@ma.ultranet.com
researching KLOTZ/GOLD, TOLMAN/TULLMAN, BAKER/BIK >from Shumsk, Volhynia,
Ukraine.
See http://www.ultranet.com/~ltolman/index.htm


Polonnoye revision lists #ukraine

David N. Sandler <dnsandle@...>
 

Polonnoye revision lists are located, at least in part, in the
Novograd-Volynsk District Tax Census Records, located in Zhitomir, in the
Zhitomir Historical Archive. I obtained a report >from Boris Feldblyum, of
FAST Genealogy Service, about 5 years ago, which listed a number of other
towns in the region in addition to Polonnoye, as part of the
Novograd-Volynsk District Tax Census Records, going back to 1816. Other
listed towns include Baranovka, Berezdov, Korets, and Lyubar. Miriam
Weiner's book Jewish Roots in Ukraine lists the fond and opis numbers for
the files.

Dave Sandler, Novato, CA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Polonnoye revision lists #ukraine

David N. Sandler <dnsandle@...>
 

Polonnoye revision lists are located, at least in part, in the
Novograd-Volynsk District Tax Census Records, located in Zhitomir, in the
Zhitomir Historical Archive. I obtained a report >from Boris Feldblyum, of
FAST Genealogy Service, about 5 years ago, which listed a number of other
towns in the region in addition to Polonnoye, as part of the
Novograd-Volynsk District Tax Census Records, going back to 1816. Other
listed towns include Baranovka, Berezdov, Korets, and Lyubar. Miriam
Weiner's book Jewish Roots in Ukraine lists the fond and opis numbers for
the files.

Dave Sandler, Novato, CA


Re: Brick Wall #romania

dnsandler <dnsandle@...>
 

Milt,
The tax census records, or revision lists as they are called, are
located in the Zhitomir Historical Archive in Zhitomir. They are part of
the Novograd-Volynsk (Yiddish "Zvhil") District Tax Census Records, which
also contain lists for Baranovka and Berezdov. The 1818 Novograd-Volynsk
District Tax Records also contain entries for Korets. The 1816 records
contain entries for Lyubar. There may be, and most likely are, other towns
included in these records, as I requested research for various family
names, and these were the towns, including Polonnoye, where the family
names popped up.

Dave Sandler, Novato, CA

Original Message
From: Milton Kline <miltonk@net1plus.com>
Subject: [ukraine] Re: Brick Wall

Re: Polonnoye

Dave Sandler, in a message to Stu Bernstein, suggested reviewing the 1858
tax census records for Polonnoye, in order to check on his family. My
family, KLEINER's, also came >from Polonnoye. Where could I find the 1858
tax records for that shtetl?

Milton Kline


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Brick Wall #ukraine

dnsandler <dnsandle@...>
 

Milt,
The tax census records, or revision lists as they are called, are
located in the Zhitomir Historical Archive in Zhitomir. They are part of
the Novograd-Volynsk (Yiddish "Zvhil") District Tax Census Records, which
also contain lists for Baranovka and Berezdov. The 1818 Novograd-Volynsk
District Tax Records also contain entries for Korets. The 1816 records
contain entries for Lyubar. There may be, and most likely are, other towns
included in these records, as I requested research for various family
names, and these were the towns, including Polonnoye, where the family
names popped up.

Dave Sandler, Novato, CA

Original Message
From: Milton Kline <miltonk@net1plus.com>
Subject: [ukraine] Re: Brick Wall

Re: Polonnoye

Dave Sandler, in a message to Stu Bernstein, suggested reviewing the 1858
tax census records for Polonnoye, in order to check on his family. My
family, KLEINER's, also came >from Polonnoye. Where could I find the 1858
tax records for that shtetl?

Milton Kline


Surname search: KRASINSKY #ukraine

Aaron D. Gross <aaron@...>
 

I am looking for a Jacob KRASINSKY, born before 1838, who had
a son, Nechemiah b. 1855. Nechemiah married Rachel PODOLSKY
(PODOLSKI?) in approximately 1875.

Nechemiah emigrated to Philadelphia in the US in 1891, I think,
and later changed his name to Nathan GROSS.

According to the Hamburg database, Nechemiah may have lived in
Shpola, Ukraine, prior to immigration.

Any leads on the KRASINSKY surname would be appreciated.

Aaron D. Gross


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Surname search: KRASINSKY #ukraine

Aaron D. Gross <aaron@...>
 

I am looking for a Jacob KRASINSKY, born before 1838, who had
a son, Nechemiah b. 1855. Nechemiah married Rachel PODOLSKY
(PODOLSKI?) in approximately 1875.

Nechemiah emigrated to Philadelphia in the US in 1891, I think,
and later changed his name to Nathan GROSS.

According to the Hamburg database, Nechemiah may have lived in
Shpola, Ukraine, prior to immigration.

Any leads on the KRASINSKY surname would be appreciated.

Aaron D. Gross


Haverhill, Ma: RICH, MICHELSON, FORMAN, HOLTZ, GREENSTEIN #ukraine

Toby Brief
 

I am looking for descendants of the RICH, MICHELSON, FORMAN, HOLTZ,
GREENSTEIN families of the Haverhill, Massachusetts. They would have lived
in the area in the early 1900's. These families are said to have been
related to the BRIEF/BURACK family of Boston (at that time) and the
GREENBERG family of Haverhill. All of the families originated in Volyn,
possibly Zaslav,the area around Lutsk or Vladimir Volynsk.

If anyone has any information please contact me. Thanks (and apologies to
those who saw this in the other JG list as well)


Toby Brief, Campton, New Hampshire
tbrief@hotmail.com

Olyka: HORWITA, FINKLESTEIN, MATHLESS, ERGA, GINGBURG, GORBATY
Horchiv (Gorokhov): AUERBACH (AVERBUCH), REICHER, RABINOWITZ
Rozhishche: AUERBACH, GOLDWEBER
Torcin: BRONSTEIN, WEISBERG
Volodymir, Zaslav: BRIEF, BURACK


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Haverhill, Ma: RICH, MICHELSON, FORMAN, HOLTZ, GREENSTEIN #ukraine

Toby Brief
 

I am looking for descendants of the RICH, MICHELSON, FORMAN, HOLTZ,
GREENSTEIN families of the Haverhill, Massachusetts. They would have lived
in the area in the early 1900's. These families are said to have been
related to the BRIEF/BURACK family of Boston (at that time) and the
GREENBERG family of Haverhill. All of the families originated in Volyn,
possibly Zaslav,the area around Lutsk or Vladimir Volynsk.

If anyone has any information please contact me. Thanks (and apologies to
those who saw this in the other JG list as well)


Toby Brief, Campton, New Hampshire
tbrief@hotmail.com

Olyka: HORWITA, FINKLESTEIN, MATHLESS, ERGA, GINGBURG, GORBATY
Horchiv (Gorokhov): AUERBACH (AVERBUCH), REICHER, RABINOWITZ
Rozhishche: AUERBACH, GOLDWEBER
Torcin: BRONSTEIN, WEISBERG
Volodymir, Zaslav: BRIEF, BURACK


Article Recommendation #belarus

Jack R. Braverman <jbraverman1@...>
 

Articles about desecration of Jewish cemeteries are at least tangentially=

related to this List, nicht
var? Hope so. =


You may be interested in reading "The Carpentras Affair," in the November=

6th issue of "The
New Yorker." Do so especially if you are a Francophile, yet even a mild
interest in the dynamics
of European small-town prejudice make it a good read.

The desecration of the oldest cemetery in Europe still _in use_ (>from the=

14th cent.) =

is the occasion of the piece, but it's really in the background and is
given only a little description.
What happens after the discovery ... therein lies the tale.

Oh, have you ever wondered where Captain Dreyfus went after his return fr=
om
Devil's Island?
Yes! Carpentras until he couldn't stand it anymore.

Jack Braverman
Cleveland, OH


Belarus SIG #Belarus Article Recommendation #belarus

Jack R. Braverman <jbraverman1@...>
 

Articles about desecration of Jewish cemeteries are at least tangentially=

related to this List, nicht
var? Hope so. =


You may be interested in reading "The Carpentras Affair," in the November=

6th issue of "The
New Yorker." Do so especially if you are a Francophile, yet even a mild
interest in the dynamics
of European small-town prejudice make it a good read.

The desecration of the oldest cemetery in Europe still _in use_ (>from the=

14th cent.) =

is the occasion of the piece, but it's really in the background and is
given only a little description.
What happens after the discovery ... therein lies the tale.

Oh, have you ever wondered where Captain Dreyfus went after his return fr=
om
Devil's Island?
Yes! Carpentras until he couldn't stand it anymore.

Jack Braverman
Cleveland, OH


Berlin #general

monsanto <monsanto@...>
 

Does anyone know if there is a book or publication for early Jewish BMD
of Berlin like f.i. the Bevis Mark Records in London. Looking for a Jewish
family in 18th century Berlin or surrounding villages. Has anyone done
research in that timeframe in the Berlin area and can give some advise?

From: Christel Monsanto


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Berlin #general

monsanto <monsanto@...>
 

Does anyone know if there is a book or publication for early Jewish BMD
of Berlin like f.i. the Bevis Mark Records in London. Looking for a Jewish
family in 18th century Berlin or surrounding villages. Has anyone done
research in that timeframe in the Berlin area and can give some advise?

From: Christel Monsanto


Re: Tax Census from Polonnoye #ukraine

dnsandler <dnsandle@...>
 

Stu,
The tax census records are held at the Zhitomir Historical Archive in
Zhitomir. I got a report some years ago >from Boris Feldblyum who
researched the Novograd-Volynsk District Tax Census Records, back to 1816,
for various family names including SANDLER. No, I cannot make a certain
connection to the families listed, as of yet, because my great-grandfather
was born sometime shortly after 1858. Also, of course, the listings give
the Russified names, not the Yiddish they used on the street. Still, I
hope to make the connection in the near future.

Dave Sandler,
Novato, CA

Original Message
From: <SBernst579@aol.com>
Subject: [ukraine] Re: Tax Census >from Polonnoye

In a message dated 11/6/00 10:01:12 PM Pacific Standard Time,
Dave SANDLER writes:

<< have you checked the tax census records for Polonnoye 1858 >>

Thanks for the answer. Where can I find that tax record? Can I assume
that your SANDLER's are the ones listed for Polonnoye? Have you seen
the photos and travel document I donated to the Polonnoye SIG web page?

Stu


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Tax Census from Polonnoye #ukraine

dnsandler <dnsandle@...>
 

Stu,
The tax census records are held at the Zhitomir Historical Archive in
Zhitomir. I got a report some years ago >from Boris Feldblyum who
researched the Novograd-Volynsk District Tax Census Records, back to 1816,
for various family names including SANDLER. No, I cannot make a certain
connection to the families listed, as of yet, because my great-grandfather
was born sometime shortly after 1858. Also, of course, the listings give
the Russified names, not the Yiddish they used on the street. Still, I
hope to make the connection in the near future.

Dave Sandler,
Novato, CA

Original Message
From: <SBernst579@aol.com>
Subject: [ukraine] Re: Tax Census >from Polonnoye

In a message dated 11/6/00 10:01:12 PM Pacific Standard Time,
Dave SANDLER writes:

<< have you checked the tax census records for Polonnoye 1858 >>

Thanks for the answer. Where can I find that tax record? Can I assume
that your SANDLER's are the ones listed for Polonnoye? Have you seen
the photos and travel document I donated to the Polonnoye SIG web page?

Stu


Re: Unfamiliar Yiddish first names #general

Moshe Shulman <MosheNOSPAM@...>
 

On 8 Nov 2000 11:32:27 -0800, noahben99@yahoo.com (Steven Jacobs) wrote:
My great grandmother's name was Bertha, but her
tombstone reads (>from right to left):
bet-yod-lamed-hay (space) chet-yod-hay
Beila Chayah

My great aunt's name was Sylvia, her but her tombstone
reads (>from right to left):
hay-bet-tet-vav-lamed-hay (space)zayin-lamed-daled-hay
HaBesulah Zelda (she died before being married. A besulah means a virgin.)

moshe shulman mshulman@NOSPAMix.netcom.com
CHASSIDUS.NET - Yoshav Rosh http://www.chassidus.net
Chassidus shiur: chassidus-subscribe@chassidus.net
Chassidus discussion list: chassidus-subscribe@egroups.com
ICQ# 52009254


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Unfamiliar Yiddish first names #general

Moshe Shulman <MosheNOSPAM@...>
 

On 8 Nov 2000 11:32:27 -0800, noahben99@yahoo.com (Steven Jacobs) wrote:
My great grandmother's name was Bertha, but her
tombstone reads (>from right to left):
bet-yod-lamed-hay (space) chet-yod-hay
Beila Chayah

My great aunt's name was Sylvia, her but her tombstone
reads (>from right to left):
hay-bet-tet-vav-lamed-hay (space)zayin-lamed-daled-hay
HaBesulah Zelda (she died before being married. A besulah means a virgin.)

moshe shulman mshulman@NOSPAMix.netcom.com
CHASSIDUS.NET - Yoshav Rosh http://www.chassidus.net
Chassidus shiur: chassidus-subscribe@chassidus.net
Chassidus discussion list: chassidus-subscribe@egroups.com
ICQ# 52009254