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Imperial Russia, Lithuania Passport 1911 #belarus

Alicia Jensen <aliciajens@...>
 

Hello all,
I was on e-bay this morning and came across this passport that I
hope will be of interest to someone.
I am posting it on Jewish-Roots and the Belarus SIG, if you are on
another list that would have interest, please pass it along.
There was no photo, but here is the address to go straight to the
item:

http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=494464598

description below (copied straight >from e-bay):
_________________________________

Imperial Russia, Lithuania Passport 1911
Item #494464598

Currently $9.99
First bid $9.99
Quantity 1
# of bids 0
Location Brooklyn, NY
Country/Region USA/New York
Started Nov-09-00 17:08:21 PST
Ends Nov-19-00 17:08:21 PST
Payment Visa/MasterCard, Money
Order/Cashiers Checks, Personal Checks, See item description for payment
methods accepted
Shipping Seller ships
internationally (worldwide), See item description for shipping charges

Seller assumes all responsibility for listing this item. You should
contact the seller to resolve any questions before bidding. Auction currency is U.S. dollars ($) unless otherwise noted.

Description

This is a so call peasant passport. Those passports were issued
to peasants who got permission to look for job in city and towns;
otherwise they must stay in village and work on land.
This passport was issued in 1910 to citizen of village Kozaki
(Cossacks) of Vilna (now Vilnius ? capital of Lithuania Republic)
district, female Stephanie Nikolaevna KOSTENKEVICH.
Passport valid ëtill November 18 of 1911.
Back of passport with 2 police seals: Minsk (now capital of Belarus
Republic) and Mittava ? town in Latvia.
Passport has a huge watermark ì top ? PASSPORT, in the middle DOUBLE
HEAD EAGLE with heraldic shields, bottom ? YEAR OF 1910.
A few small tears, VG+ condition.

Buyer agrees to pay $1 regular postage within the US or actual
postage elsewhere. All paper items are shipped between sheets of
cardboard for protection. Registered or insured mail is extra, optional,
and recommended. If you consider your transaction with me a positive
experience I would appreciate your feedback and will gladly reciprocate.
_________________________________

I do not know the person who is selling this, and have no other
interests in it, just thought it might help someone.

Hope you're looking for it!

Sincerely,
Alicia Jensen
Placentia, California, US
aliciajens@earthlink.net

Always searching for:
DISKIN, TALALAY (I), TAYLOR -Mogilev, Belarus to Michigan, US
(and, yes, Thank you, I know Schelly Dardashti!)
BROTT, FORTGANG, WOHL -Austria / Poland to New York to Michigan, US
BARROW, POTTER, NEWSHAM, WREGLESWORTH - in Lancs and Yorks, England and
to Canada, to Michigan, US
MADER, McBRIDE, NIMPFER, WEST -Germany to Pennsylvania and to Michigan,US


Belarus SIG #Belarus Imperial Russia, Lithuania Passport 1911 #belarus

Alicia Jensen <aliciajens@...>
 

Hello all,
I was on e-bay this morning and came across this passport that I
hope will be of interest to someone.
I am posting it on Jewish-Roots and the Belarus SIG, if you are on
another list that would have interest, please pass it along.
There was no photo, but here is the address to go straight to the
item:

http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=494464598

description below (copied straight >from e-bay):
_________________________________

Imperial Russia, Lithuania Passport 1911
Item #494464598

Currently $9.99
First bid $9.99
Quantity 1
# of bids 0
Location Brooklyn, NY
Country/Region USA/New York
Started Nov-09-00 17:08:21 PST
Ends Nov-19-00 17:08:21 PST
Payment Visa/MasterCard, Money
Order/Cashiers Checks, Personal Checks, See item description for payment
methods accepted
Shipping Seller ships
internationally (worldwide), See item description for shipping charges

Seller assumes all responsibility for listing this item. You should
contact the seller to resolve any questions before bidding. Auction currency is U.S. dollars ($) unless otherwise noted.

Description

This is a so call peasant passport. Those passports were issued
to peasants who got permission to look for job in city and towns;
otherwise they must stay in village and work on land.
This passport was issued in 1910 to citizen of village Kozaki
(Cossacks) of Vilna (now Vilnius ? capital of Lithuania Republic)
district, female Stephanie Nikolaevna KOSTENKEVICH.
Passport valid ëtill November 18 of 1911.
Back of passport with 2 police seals: Minsk (now capital of Belarus
Republic) and Mittava ? town in Latvia.
Passport has a huge watermark ì top ? PASSPORT, in the middle DOUBLE
HEAD EAGLE with heraldic shields, bottom ? YEAR OF 1910.
A few small tears, VG+ condition.

Buyer agrees to pay $1 regular postage within the US or actual
postage elsewhere. All paper items are shipped between sheets of
cardboard for protection. Registered or insured mail is extra, optional,
and recommended. If you consider your transaction with me a positive
experience I would appreciate your feedback and will gladly reciprocate.
_________________________________

I do not know the person who is selling this, and have no other
interests in it, just thought it might help someone.

Hope you're looking for it!

Sincerely,
Alicia Jensen
Placentia, California, US
aliciajens@earthlink.net

Always searching for:
DISKIN, TALALAY (I), TAYLOR -Mogilev, Belarus to Michigan, US
(and, yes, Thank you, I know Schelly Dardashti!)
BROTT, FORTGANG, WOHL -Austria / Poland to New York to Michigan, US
BARROW, POTTER, NEWSHAM, WREGLESWORTH - in Lancs and Yorks, England and
to Canada, to Michigan, US
MADER, McBRIDE, NIMPFER, WEST -Germany to Pennsylvania and to Michigan,US


Viewmate- Help with military uniforms & Hungarian #general

Roberta Solit <rsolit@...>
 

A photo of 4 young Hungarian men in military uniforms is posted at
(http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/) in the "To View" section - as
file - VM070
1) Through the uniforms, can you identify the army and ranks?
2) I know the identities of the two men who are seated. Can you
identify the other two?
3) Could you translate the Hungarian words on the back of the photo?
(see my notes at viewmate)
Thanks in advance,
Roberta Solit


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate- Help with military uniforms & Hungarian #general

Roberta Solit <rsolit@...>
 

A photo of 4 young Hungarian men in military uniforms is posted at
(http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/) in the "To View" section - as
file - VM070
1) Through the uniforms, can you identify the army and ranks?
2) I know the identities of the two men who are seated. Can you
identify the other two?
3) Could you translate the Hungarian words on the back of the photo?
(see my notes at viewmate)
Thanks in advance,
Roberta Solit


Translation request-- View Mate #general

Joyce Weaver <joyweave@...>
 

I'd appreciate those versed in Yiddish and Russian taking a look at View
Mate # VM071. I've posted two very short items there. Both are written
on the backs of pictures >from my mother's album. The Yiddish one is
difficult because the handwriting is bad and the Russian one has some
missing areas where glue pulled off the ink.

Anything anyone can make of them would be much appreciated.

Joy Weaver
mail to: joyweave@erols.com
Poland: (Zaklikow, Lublin): Blumberg, Fogiel, Rozenel./
Belarus:(Brest, Grodno): Feinberg, Vilner.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation request-- View Mate #general

Joyce Weaver <joyweave@...>
 

I'd appreciate those versed in Yiddish and Russian taking a look at View
Mate # VM071. I've posted two very short items there. Both are written
on the backs of pictures >from my mother's album. The Yiddish one is
difficult because the handwriting is bad and the Russian one has some
missing areas where glue pulled off the ink.

Anything anyone can make of them would be much appreciated.

Joy Weaver
mail to: joyweave@erols.com
Poland: (Zaklikow, Lublin): Blumberg, Fogiel, Rozenel./
Belarus:(Brest, Grodno): Feinberg, Vilner.


photo on VIEWMATE #hungary

Roberta Solit <rsolit@...>
 

<html>
A photo of 4 young Hungarian men in military uniforms is posted at<br>
(<a href="http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/" eudora="autourl"><font color="#0000FF"><u>http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/</a></font></u><font color="#000000">)
in the &quot;To View&quot; section - as <br>
file - VM070<br>
1) Through the uniforms, can you identify the army and ranks?<br>
2) I know the identities of the two men who are seated. Can you identify
the other two?<br>
3) Could you translate of the words on the back of the photo (see my
notes at viewmate)?<br>
Thanks in advance,<br>
Roberta Solit<br>
</font><br>
</html>


Hungary SIG #Hungary photo on VIEWMATE #hungary

Roberta Solit <rsolit@...>
 

<html>
A photo of 4 young Hungarian men in military uniforms is posted at<br>
(<a href="http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/" eudora="autourl"><font color="#0000FF"><u>http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/</a></font></u><font color="#000000">)
in the &quot;To View&quot; section - as <br>
file - VM070<br>
1) Through the uniforms, can you identify the army and ranks?<br>
2) I know the identities of the two men who are seated. Can you identify
the other two?<br>
3) Could you translate of the words on the back of the photo (see my
notes at viewmate)?<br>
Thanks in advance,<br>
Roberta Solit<br>
</font><br>
</html>


Eudora #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

I heartily agree with Martha.I have used Eudora for years and it is
excellent.It always warns you if the message is in another form and asks if
you want to send it in Plaintext. The default is to send in plain
text.There are 3 forms of Eudora. Eudora lite which is still free. Eudora
sponsored which is also free but has a very small advert at the bottom and
Eudora Pro which you pay for.
The free versions are excellent and there is no need to buy it.
You can still continue to use aol,outlook or any other mail programme. It
would save you uninstalling aol v6.0

I repeat the URL that Martha gave
http://www.qualcomm.com
or
http://www.eudora.com

I also have no commercial interest in Eudora.

Arlene Beare
President Latvia SIG


Latvia SIG #Latvia Eudora #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

I heartily agree with Martha.I have used Eudora for years and it is
excellent.It always warns you if the message is in another form and asks if
you want to send it in Plaintext. The default is to send in plain
text.There are 3 forms of Eudora. Eudora lite which is still free. Eudora
sponsored which is also free but has a very small advert at the bottom and
Eudora Pro which you pay for.
The free versions are excellent and there is no need to buy it.
You can still continue to use aol,outlook or any other mail programme. It
would save you uninstalling aol v6.0

I repeat the URL that Martha gave
http://www.qualcomm.com
or
http://www.eudora.com

I also have no commercial interest in Eudora.

Arlene Beare
President Latvia SIG


Re: Fenyes Book #hungary

Bob Friedman <inwood@...>
 

The Hungarian name is IZSNYE'TE, formerly of Bereg county, Munkacs
district, currently ZSNYATINO, Ukraine.

Bob Friedman
inwood@pipeline.com

On Tue, 14 Nov 2000 19:07:39 EST, you wrote:

The Hungarian name is Isznye'te, the Russian is Zsnyatino or something =
like=20
that.
I do not have the book, but you can find it at any Mormon Family Center.
mod. my memory is not the best so I am wondering what is Iszny'te=20
Hungarian name for what village in what other language!LS


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Fenyes Book #hungary

Bob Friedman <inwood@...>
 

The Hungarian name is IZSNYE'TE, formerly of Bereg county, Munkacs
district, currently ZSNYATINO, Ukraine.

Bob Friedman
inwood@pipeline.com

On Tue, 14 Nov 2000 19:07:39 EST, you wrote:

The Hungarian name is Isznye'te, the Russian is Zsnyatino or something =
like=20
that.
I do not have the book, but you can find it at any Mormon Family Center.
mod. my memory is not the best so I am wondering what is Iszny'te=20
Hungarian name for what village in what other language!LS


New matzeiva #hungary

Shlomo Mandel <snm@...>
 

My cousin Yanky K. came along for the Waller matzeiva rededication in Kosice.

His father's mother is buried in Budapest and I have been trying to locate
the records in the Orthodox kehilla for some time.

On the way back >from Kosice, we called the Neolog community office and
behold they had the record.

Apparantly in 1915 the Orthodox community only buried Budapest residents
and since she was a visitor (in hospital) in Budapest, she was buried in
the neolog section.

So on Friday an hour before shabbos, enroute back to the hotel >from the 4
hour journey >from Kosice, my cousin found his grandmother....... in one day
he found our mother's father in Kosice and his father's mother in Budapest.

And it all began with a posting on your web site ......


SN


Re: Grunhut #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

I am not sure where they, "my Grunhuts," came from. Fulop (Philipp, Pinkas)
was borne cc 1819 and married Netti Steiner. Their children were Katalin
(cc1845 - ?), Roza (Rosine) (1851-?), Albert (1853-1896), Mor (1858-?),
Henrik (1862-?), Izidor (1864-?) and Jozsef (1866-1931), all in Budapest. My
grandmother is Albert's daughter. If you need their children, let me know.

Attila


Hungary SIG #Hungary New matzeiva #hungary

Shlomo Mandel <snm@...>
 

My cousin Yanky K. came along for the Waller matzeiva rededication in Kosice.

His father's mother is buried in Budapest and I have been trying to locate
the records in the Orthodox kehilla for some time.

On the way back >from Kosice, we called the Neolog community office and
behold they had the record.

Apparantly in 1915 the Orthodox community only buried Budapest residents
and since she was a visitor (in hospital) in Budapest, she was buried in
the neolog section.

So on Friday an hour before shabbos, enroute back to the hotel >from the 4
hour journey >from Kosice, my cousin found his grandmother....... in one day
he found our mother's father in Kosice and his father's mother in Budapest.

And it all began with a posting on your web site ......


SN


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Grunhut #hungary

AttilaRona@...
 

I am not sure where they, "my Grunhuts," came from. Fulop (Philipp, Pinkas)
was borne cc 1819 and married Netti Steiner. Their children were Katalin
(cc1845 - ?), Roza (Rosine) (1851-?), Albert (1853-1896), Mor (1858-?),
Henrik (1862-?), Izidor (1864-?) and Jozsef (1866-1931), all in Budapest. My
grandmother is Albert's daughter. If you need their children, let me know.

Attila


Re: LDS woes #hungary

Dave and Beth Long <dnblong@...>
 

Dear Schlomo,

First, if your local LDS returned your films to Salt Lake City by mistake,
they should get them back for you at no cost (the same recently happened to
me). As for the permanent loan, it is truly permanent; once you renew for
the second time, you don't have to return them (at least this is so in the
U.S.) Of course, they must remain at the Family History Center (you can't
take them home with you).

These films can all be purchased at the archives in Budapest; several
people have written to the Hungarian List saying that they have done this
(at about $15(?) per roll) of course, you will stil need a viewer once you
get them.

Beth Long
dnblong@cts.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Shlomo Mandel [SMTP:snm@idirect.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2000 10:31 AM
Subject: LDS woes

I recently renewed my LDS films of Stropkov and Ujhel on a "permanent" ( 6
months I think) basis only to find that they sent them back to Salt Lake.

I know must start again @$5.50 per film (Canadian) and renew for2 more
times.


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: LDS woes #hungary

Dave and Beth Long <dnblong@...>
 

Dear Schlomo,

First, if your local LDS returned your films to Salt Lake City by mistake,
they should get them back for you at no cost (the same recently happened to
me). As for the permanent loan, it is truly permanent; once you renew for
the second time, you don't have to return them (at least this is so in the
U.S.) Of course, they must remain at the Family History Center (you can't
take them home with you).

These films can all be purchased at the archives in Budapest; several
people have written to the Hungarian List saying that they have done this
(at about $15(?) per roll) of course, you will stil need a viewer once you
get them.

Beth Long
dnblong@cts.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Shlomo Mandel [SMTP:snm@idirect.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2000 10:31 AM
Subject: LDS woes

I recently renewed my LDS films of Stropkov and Ujhel on a "permanent" ( 6
months I think) basis only to find that they sent them back to Salt Lake.

I know must start again @$5.50 per film (Canadian) and renew for2 more
times.


maps of Belarus,Library of Congress. #belarus

HAL5858@...
 

11/13 MESSAGE # 2- Is there a web site for this source at the Library of
Congress
Hal Smith, HAL5858@aol.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus maps of Belarus,Library of Congress. #belarus

HAL5858@...
 

11/13 MESSAGE # 2- Is there a web site for this source at the Library of
Congress
Hal Smith, HAL5858@aol.com