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Abraham Joshua Heschel #general

Norman Feldman <felvelnic@...>
 

Greetings All,

I am looking for rescource material that contains genealogical information
on " der Apter Rebbe" Abraham Joshua Heschel, the elder. Can anyone help
me?

Thanks,
Norman Feldman
Albuquerque, NM


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Abraham Joshua Heschel #general

Norman Feldman <felvelnic@...>
 

Greetings All,

I am looking for rescource material that contains genealogical information
on " der Apter Rebbe" Abraham Joshua Heschel, the elder. Can anyone help
me?

Thanks,
Norman Feldman
Albuquerque, NM


JGS North Jersey Meeting #general

EStolb7395@...
 

DATE: Thursday, Feb 18, 1999
PLACE: YM-YWHA, 1 Pike Road, Wayne, New Jersey 973-595-0100
TOPIC: RESOURCES OF THE FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY
TIME: library opens at 7:00 p.m. meeting at 8:00 p.m.

Bill Ware will describe the holdings of the Family History Library. Showing
examples of the various resources, Bill will explain how to effectively use
the information included in the library. This vital information will help
piece together your family information enabling you to trace your ancestry--
allowing you to take that step back to your family's ancestral town!

This lecture has been designed for the beginner and the more advanced
genealogist. The beginners will learn what documents are available and how to
obtain them The more advanced genealogist will capitalize on Bill's expertise
in discovering unusual sources. Over the years, Bill has discovered
information that many people are not even aware exist.


Bill Ware is President of the Genealogy Club of the New Jersey Historical
Society, past President and trustee of the Passaic County Historical Society,
and has staffed the FHL at the LDS Center of North Caldwell. Bill gives
lectures on a variety of genealogical topics.


directions >from 80 W to 46 W, make a right on Riverview Drive, at light, make
left and then right (Riverview road) make 6th right onto Valley Road, make a
right on Ratzer Road, make 2nd left onto Pike (can see the Y >from Ratzer)

from 287S to Rt23 South, take Ratzer Road Service Road, follow road to
intersection, make a left and then right staying on Ratzer, follow road, will
cross intersection (Valley Road), then make second left onto Pike.

Evan Stolbach
President , JGS of North Jersey

STOLBACH, STRIZOWER, DUNKEL/DUNKIEL, ZYSBLAT, KAPLAN & KENIGSBERG (Lodz)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS North Jersey Meeting #general

EStolb7395@...
 

DATE: Thursday, Feb 18, 1999
PLACE: YM-YWHA, 1 Pike Road, Wayne, New Jersey 973-595-0100
TOPIC: RESOURCES OF THE FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY
TIME: library opens at 7:00 p.m. meeting at 8:00 p.m.

Bill Ware will describe the holdings of the Family History Library. Showing
examples of the various resources, Bill will explain how to effectively use
the information included in the library. This vital information will help
piece together your family information enabling you to trace your ancestry--
allowing you to take that step back to your family's ancestral town!

This lecture has been designed for the beginner and the more advanced
genealogist. The beginners will learn what documents are available and how to
obtain them The more advanced genealogist will capitalize on Bill's expertise
in discovering unusual sources. Over the years, Bill has discovered
information that many people are not even aware exist.


Bill Ware is President of the Genealogy Club of the New Jersey Historical
Society, past President and trustee of the Passaic County Historical Society,
and has staffed the FHL at the LDS Center of North Caldwell. Bill gives
lectures on a variety of genealogical topics.


directions >from 80 W to 46 W, make a right on Riverview Drive, at light, make
left and then right (Riverview road) make 6th right onto Valley Road, make a
right on Ratzer Road, make 2nd left onto Pike (can see the Y >from Ratzer)

from 287S to Rt23 South, take Ratzer Road Service Road, follow road to
intersection, make a left and then right staying on Ratzer, follow road, will
cross intersection (Valley Road), then make second left onto Pike.

Evan Stolbach
President , JGS of North Jersey

STOLBACH, STRIZOWER, DUNKEL/DUNKIEL, ZYSBLAT, KAPLAN & KENIGSBERG (Lodz)


Re: RUTTENBERG Search #belarus

Irving J. Levin <irving@...>
 

looking in the Los Angeles attorney's directory there is no Suzanne
Ruttenberg but there are Bernard, Brenda H.,Edward A., Gary Mitchell and
Kenneth G (all Ruttenbergs) in the Los Angeles area

Irving J. Levin
<irving@...>


Kathy Keane wrote:

Hi Claudia: This may be of little or no value, but here goes: My aunt
(now deceased) was friends with a Mary and Meyer Ruttenberg in NYC (
lived on Central Park West). I believe they are now deceased. They had
a daughter Suzanne who I believe is an attorney and lives in the Los
Angeles area. They had a son too , but his ae escapes me. I met
Suzanne about 15 years ago. If i think of more, I will let you
know........
Claudia Rutt wrote:
The surname that I am searching for is RUTTENBERG, they are >from Vitebsk.
If you have any information about the Surname RUTTENBERG would you please
contact me,


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: RUTTENBERG Search #belarus

Irving J. Levin <irving@...>
 

looking in the Los Angeles attorney's directory there is no Suzanne
Ruttenberg but there are Bernard, Brenda H.,Edward A., Gary Mitchell and
Kenneth G (all Ruttenbergs) in the Los Angeles area

Irving J. Levin
<irving@...>


Kathy Keane wrote:

Hi Claudia: This may be of little or no value, but here goes: My aunt
(now deceased) was friends with a Mary and Meyer Ruttenberg in NYC (
lived on Central Park West). I believe they are now deceased. They had
a daughter Suzanne who I believe is an attorney and lives in the Los
Angeles area. They had a son too , but his ae escapes me. I met
Suzanne about 15 years ago. If i think of more, I will let you
know........
Claudia Rutt wrote:
The surname that I am searching for is RUTTENBERG, they are >from Vitebsk.
If you have any information about the Surname RUTTENBERG would you please
contact me,


Re: unknown shtetl Dervil #lithuania

Carol Skydell <skydell@...>
 

To Winnie71 who had difficulty locating Dervil and anyone else interested
in how to locate "unknown shtetls"

Try using the JewishGen ShtetlSeeker accessed >from our homepage
http://www.jewishgen.org and listed under
Databases. Since the spelling is always suspect, I would suggest using the
Daitch-Mokotoff soundex instead of selecting the exact spelling. Good luck.

The ShtetlSeeker is only one of the important search engines JewishGen
provides free of charge to assist people in their research.

Carol Skydell
JewishGen Operations


Screening of Kovno Ghetto Film in Los Angeles on Feb 16 #lithuania

DBH12345
 

From: mpkphoto@... (Morris P. Kagan)

For those who live in the Los Angeles area, the Kovno
Ghetto Film will be screened at the Goethe Institute on Feb. 16th, at
7:00 PM. 5750 Wilshire Blvd. L.A. The cost is $5.00 per person.
Call (323) 761-8075 for info.

Morrie Kagan
Los Angeles, CA


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania re: unknown shtetl Dervil #lithuania

Carol Skydell <skydell@...>
 

To Winnie71 who had difficulty locating Dervil and anyone else interested
in how to locate "unknown shtetls"

Try using the JewishGen ShtetlSeeker accessed >from our homepage
http://www.jewishgen.org and listed under
Databases. Since the spelling is always suspect, I would suggest using the
Daitch-Mokotoff soundex instead of selecting the exact spelling. Good luck.

The ShtetlSeeker is only one of the important search engines JewishGen
provides free of charge to assist people in their research.

Carol Skydell
JewishGen Operations


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Screening of Kovno Ghetto Film in Los Angeles on Feb 16 #lithuania

DBH12345
 

From: mpkphoto@... (Morris P. Kagan)

For those who live in the Los Angeles area, the Kovno
Ghetto Film will be screened at the Goethe Institute on Feb. 16th, at
7:00 PM. 5750 Wilshire Blvd. L.A. The cost is $5.00 per person.
Call (323) 761-8075 for info.

Morrie Kagan
Los Angeles, CA


Archives of Liege #general

Norman Brotman <NORMAN-BROTMAN@...>
 

Some time ago, I wrote a letter to the archives of Belgium, asking whether
they had any record of a marriage that took place there about a century ago.
My letter gave the names of the bride and groom, and gave a more exact date.

Early December, they worte me a lettter in French, assuring me that they had
the information, and would be glad to send it if I sent them 15
international reply coupons, and made mention of the reference number in the
letter.

After I had the letter translated into English, and was assured that I had
it right, I went to the local Post Office and purchased the 15 international
reply coupons, at a cost of $1.05 each. I waited until after the Xmas rush,
because I didn't want to wait all day in the PO, and I didn't want the
letter to be treated like just another Xmas card.

I personally saw the postal clerk insert the coupons in the envelope, which
already had a xerox copy of their letter, and I personally saw the postal
clerk print the 60 cent stamp, affix it to the envelope, and seal the
envelope. The envelope was addressed with the return address on the letter
from the Archives of Belgium, and my letter never came back.
I must conclude my letter and coupons were delivered, and received. Mail
does not take more than six weeks to go >from the states to a civilized
country and back, so I am afraid that these people have ripped me off.
$15.75 plus postage will not change my life style, but has certainly left me
with a bitter taste in my mouth. Has anyone else dealt with the "Archives
de la ville de Liege" or with Christine Renardy - Van Roy, "Archiviste"?

Norman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Archives of Liege #general

Norman Brotman <NORMAN-BROTMAN@...>
 

Some time ago, I wrote a letter to the archives of Belgium, asking whether
they had any record of a marriage that took place there about a century ago.
My letter gave the names of the bride and groom, and gave a more exact date.

Early December, they worte me a lettter in French, assuring me that they had
the information, and would be glad to send it if I sent them 15
international reply coupons, and made mention of the reference number in the
letter.

After I had the letter translated into English, and was assured that I had
it right, I went to the local Post Office and purchased the 15 international
reply coupons, at a cost of $1.05 each. I waited until after the Xmas rush,
because I didn't want to wait all day in the PO, and I didn't want the
letter to be treated like just another Xmas card.

I personally saw the postal clerk insert the coupons in the envelope, which
already had a xerox copy of their letter, and I personally saw the postal
clerk print the 60 cent stamp, affix it to the envelope, and seal the
envelope. The envelope was addressed with the return address on the letter
from the Archives of Belgium, and my letter never came back.
I must conclude my letter and coupons were delivered, and received. Mail
does not take more than six weeks to go >from the states to a civilized
country and back, so I am afraid that these people have ripped me off.
$15.75 plus postage will not change my life style, but has certainly left me
with a bitter taste in my mouth. Has anyone else dealt with the "Archives
de la ville de Liege" or with Christine Renardy - Van Roy, "Archiviste"?

Norman


Re: Inquiries on MUSICANT, NAVIDSON AND SCHNEIDERMAN #belarus

Jean Arbeiter <jarbeite@...>
 

myarom wrote:

When I lived in Israel 20 years ago, I worked with a Leon Muzicant, though
I thought he was >from Romania. He was the General Manager of Contahal, Ltd.
in Tel Aviv. He would be in his late 50's now. Perhaps he's related?
Jeffrey A. Levy wrote:
My family is >from the Belarusian shtetls of Luninets and Kozanhorodok.
The names are MUSICANT (and variants) NAVIDSON AND SCHNEIDERMAN.
Don't know if this will be helpful to Jeffrey, but in Hackensack, NJ,
there is a Gutterman-Musicant Funeral Home, 402 Park St.

Jean Arbeiter
<jarbeite@...>


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Inquiries on MUSICANT, NAVIDSON AND SCHNEIDERMAN #belarus

Jean Arbeiter <jarbeite@...>
 

myarom wrote:

When I lived in Israel 20 years ago, I worked with a Leon Muzicant, though
I thought he was >from Romania. He was the General Manager of Contahal, Ltd.
in Tel Aviv. He would be in his late 50's now. Perhaps he's related?
Jeffrey A. Levy wrote:
My family is >from the Belarusian shtetls of Luninets and Kozanhorodok.
The names are MUSICANT (and variants) NAVIDSON AND SCHNEIDERMAN.
Don't know if this will be helpful to Jeffrey, but in Hackensack, NJ,
there is a Gutterman-Musicant Funeral Home, 402 Park St.

Jean Arbeiter
<jarbeite@...>


Alphabetized Borisov List #belarus

Miriam Deitcher <deitcher@...>
 

I had a little free time last night, and decided to alphabetize the
unalphabetized section of the Borisov cemetery list published yesterday
by Eliyahu Tavger. See the original post for details about the list. I
didn't find any matches with my family, but maybe someone else will.
Note that I didn't remove duplicates. Here it is:
AIDIN, AIG, ALEXANDEROVITCH, ALKON, ALPERIN, ALPEROVITCH, ALTSHULER,
ANDRAGNIK, APELBAUM, ARANOVITCH, ARONCHIK, ARONIN, ARONOV, ASTRACHAN,
AXELROD, AZIMOV, BACHRACH, BARKAN, BARSHAI, BASKIN, BASKIND, BASKIND,
BASKIND, BEKKER, BELAVIN, BELIY,BELKIND, BELOUSOV, BENENSON, BERENSTEIN,
BERKOVITCH, BERLIN, BERMAN, BILIK, BIYAL,BLINKOV, BLINKOV, BLOCH,
BLUMKIND, BOBROV, BOGDANOV, BOGDANOVSKI, BOGDANOVSKI, BOGOLUBOV,
BOLOTIN, BOMSHTAIN, BORD, BORODA,BORSHAI, BRODKIN, BRUK, BUGOV,BURDO,
BURGIN, BURKOV,BUSLOV, BUSLOVITCH, BUSLOVITCH, CHAIKIN,
CHAIMAN,CHARNEY,CHARNEY, CHARNOKUNO,CHASIN, CHAZANOVITCH, CHAZOV,
CHEIFITZ, CHMELNIKOV, CHOLODENKO, CHOLODETZ, CHONIN, CHREIN, DANILOV,
DAVIDOVITCH, DICHMAN, DOBKIN, DOKSHITSKI, DONOV, DONSKI, DUBERSHTAIN,
DUDKOVSKI, DVORKIN, DVORKIND, EBER, EDELMAN, EISENSHTADT, ELAK,ELKIND,
EPSHTAIN, ESTEROV, ETLIN, FEIGEN, FEIGENBAUM, FEIMAN, FELDMAN, FELMAN,
FINE, FINEBERG, FINEBERG,FINKELSHTAIN, FINTUSHAL,
FISHKIND, FISHKIND, FISHMAN, FLAITLICH,FREIDIN, FREIKIN,FRIDLIYAND,
FRIEDMAN,FRUMKIND, FRUSIN, FUKSMAN, FUKSON,FUNDILER, FUNT, FURMAN,
FURMAN, FUTERMAN, GALPERIN, GANTVARG, GELFER, GERSHELEVITCH, GERSHMAN,
GERSHTAIN, GERTNER, GEZENTZVEI,
GILDENBERG, GILINSON, GINDIN, GINZBURG,GIRSHGORIN, GITLEVITCH,
GITLIN, GLIKMAN,GOLBRACH, GOLDBERG, GOLDIN, GOLFARB, GOLTFARD, GORELIK,
GREENBERG, GRINSHTAIN, GRODINSKI, GURLO, GURYEVITCH,
GUTKOVITCH, GUZMAN, INTRATOR, KABAKOV, KAGAN, KAGANOVITCH, KAGANOVITCH,
KALINKOVITCH, KANTOROV, KANTOROVICH, KAPELEVITCH, KAPEROVSKI,KAPLAN,
KAPLUN,KARASIK, KARASIOV,
KASAI, KATZ, KATZMAN, KATZMAN,KATZNELSON,KAZHDAN, KERSHENBAUM,
KERSHTAIN, KERTSHTEIN, KIMEL, KIMPINSKI,
KISHITZER,KLEBANOV,KLEBANOV, KLIMKOVITCH,KLIMKOVITCH, KLIOT,
KLUMEL,KOFMAN, KOGAN, KOKIN, KOLESNEKOV, KOPITO, KORDUNSKI,
KRAININ,KRAKOV, KRASNIK, KRAVTZOV, KREDO, KRIVOSHAY, KRUPKIN, KRUPKIN,
KUGEL, KUNDO, KUNYEVSKI, KUPERSHTAIN, KURNOV, KUSELMAN, KUSTEROV,
KUSTEROVITCH, KUZEMETZ, KUZINITZ, KUZNITZOV, LACHOVITSKI,LEIKIN,LEIKIND,
LEUS, LEVANT, LEVIN, LEVINTOV, LEVITIN,LIATZMAN, LIBENSON, LIBENSON,
LIBERMAN, LIBINSON,LICHTSHTAIN, LIPKIN, LIPKIND,LITMAN, LITVIN,
LITVINENKO,
LIVSHITZ, LOSIN, LUSKIN, LYANDRES, MALKIN, MANEVITCH, MARGOLIN,
MARGOLIN, MARKMAN, MARTINKEVITCH, MAZIN, MAZO, MEDVEDEV,
MEIZELS, MELAMED, MELNIKOV, MESSERMAN, METRIK, MICHAILOVER, MICHELSON,
MIESEL, MILESTOV, MINDEL,MINKOV, MINKOV, MINKOVITCH,MINKOVITCH, MINSKOV,
MIRKIN, MIRKIN, MIRKIND, MIRKIND, MIRSKI, MISHKIN, MOLOTCHNIK,
MONTATSKI, MONTATZSKI, MOROVANTCHIK,
MOVSHOVITCH, MUNVEZ, MUTERPERL,NAIDIS, NAYMAN, NECHAMIN,
NISNEVITCH, NISNEVITCH, OGUR, OKSHINSKI, OLEINIK, ORMAN, OXENKRUG,
PALEUS, PARETSKI, PASEKOV, PASSAGH, PERS, PETRUSHKEVITCH, PEVZNER,
PINTZOV, PLAVNIK,PLAVNIKOV, PLISKIN,
PLOTKIN, POBOGIN, PODNOS,PODOKSIK, PODRABINNIK,POLYAKOV, POTASHNIK,
PRASS, PRONKIN, PRUSAK, RABINOVITCH, RACHLIN, RAIMAN, RAINER-FILVINSKI,
RAISER, RAPOPORT, RASHKOVSKI, RASKIND, RATNER, RATNITZKI, REICHELSON,
REICHENSHTEIN, REMESNITZKI, RINGEL, RIYER, RIZHEKOV, RIZHINSKI,
RIZHINSKI, RODOV, ROGINSKI, ROGOVSKI, ROIZBERG, ROLBIN, ROSENBLOOM,
ROTSHTAIN,ROYAK, ROZENBERG, ROZENFELD, ROZENMAN, ROZIN, RUBINCHIK,
RUCHMAN, RUDERMAN, RUMM, RUSS, RUTSHTAIN, SACHNOVITCH, SACHRAI, SACHRAI,
SAPOZHNIKOV, SARANOVSKI, SAVELSON, SAVELSON, SAVULKIN, SEREBRYANIEY,
SHABLOVSKI, SHABUN,SHAIKMAN,SHAPIRO,SHATZMAN, SHAYEVITCH, SHECHTMAN,
SHER, SHERMAN, SHIFRIN, SHKOLNIK, SHLIMAK, SHLUSBERG, SHMEYIDINER,
SHMIDT, SHMULIK, SHNEIDER, SHPAYREGEN,SHPILMAN,SHPREIGIN, SHPUNT,SHTERN,
SHTUKMASTER, SHUB, SHULGIN, SHULKIN, SHULKIND, SHULMAN, SHUSTEROVICH,
SHVAIZER, SHVARTZ, SHVARTZBERG, SHVARTZMAN, SHVETZ, SICHNOVITCH,
SIGALCHIK,SIMKIN, SINELNIKOV,SIRKIN, SLEPIAN, SLOUSHER,SMOLKIN, SMOLKIN,
SMORODINSKI,SMUSIN, SOGOLOVITCH, SOKOL,SOSIN,SRUBSHIK, STARIKOV,
STAROBINETZ, STAROBINITZ, STAROZHILITZ, STAROZHILOV, STOLER, STRELTZIN,
STRONGIN, SURIS, SUSKIND, SUSLIK, SUTZKEVER, SVERDLOV, TAISHOV, TALAN,
TCHERNIN, TCHERNYACHOVSKI, TEITZ, TEPER, TOMCHIN,TRACHTENBERG, TRUCHNOV,
TZIGENBARD,TZIMERMAN, TZIMKOVSKI, TZIPKIN, TZITRON,
TZITZILUK, TZVEIG, VANT, VEISFELD, VERNOV, VERSHOV, VINOGRADOV, VIZLACH,
VOLMAN, VOROBAITCHIK,VULF, YANKELEVITCH, YERUSALIMCHIK,
YOFFE,YUDOVITCH,YUDOVITCH, ZALKIND, ZARCHIN, ZARSHIASKI, ZARTAISKI,
ZASKIND, ZASLAVSKI, ZELDIN, ZISMAN, ZLATKIN,ZUCHOVETSKI, ZUKERMAN,
ZUSMAN

Miriam S. Deitcher
Shaker Heights, OH
deitcher@...

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Thank you Miriam.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Alphabetized Borisov List #belarus

Miriam Deitcher <deitcher@...>
 

I had a little free time last night, and decided to alphabetize the
unalphabetized section of the Borisov cemetery list published yesterday
by Eliyahu Tavger. See the original post for details about the list. I
didn't find any matches with my family, but maybe someone else will.
Note that I didn't remove duplicates. Here it is:
AIDIN, AIG, ALEXANDEROVITCH, ALKON, ALPERIN, ALPEROVITCH, ALTSHULER,
ANDRAGNIK, APELBAUM, ARANOVITCH, ARONCHIK, ARONIN, ARONOV, ASTRACHAN,
AXELROD, AZIMOV, BACHRACH, BARKAN, BARSHAI, BASKIN, BASKIND, BASKIND,
BASKIND, BEKKER, BELAVIN, BELIY,BELKIND, BELOUSOV, BENENSON, BERENSTEIN,
BERKOVITCH, BERLIN, BERMAN, BILIK, BIYAL,BLINKOV, BLINKOV, BLOCH,
BLUMKIND, BOBROV, BOGDANOV, BOGDANOVSKI, BOGDANOVSKI, BOGOLUBOV,
BOLOTIN, BOMSHTAIN, BORD, BORODA,BORSHAI, BRODKIN, BRUK, BUGOV,BURDO,
BURGIN, BURKOV,BUSLOV, BUSLOVITCH, BUSLOVITCH, CHAIKIN,
CHAIMAN,CHARNEY,CHARNEY, CHARNOKUNO,CHASIN, CHAZANOVITCH, CHAZOV,
CHEIFITZ, CHMELNIKOV, CHOLODENKO, CHOLODETZ, CHONIN, CHREIN, DANILOV,
DAVIDOVITCH, DICHMAN, DOBKIN, DOKSHITSKI, DONOV, DONSKI, DUBERSHTAIN,
DUDKOVSKI, DVORKIN, DVORKIND, EBER, EDELMAN, EISENSHTADT, ELAK,ELKIND,
EPSHTAIN, ESTEROV, ETLIN, FEIGEN, FEIGENBAUM, FEIMAN, FELDMAN, FELMAN,
FINE, FINEBERG, FINEBERG,FINKELSHTAIN, FINTUSHAL,
FISHKIND, FISHKIND, FISHMAN, FLAITLICH,FREIDIN, FREIKIN,FRIDLIYAND,
FRIEDMAN,FRUMKIND, FRUSIN, FUKSMAN, FUKSON,FUNDILER, FUNT, FURMAN,
FURMAN, FUTERMAN, GALPERIN, GANTVARG, GELFER, GERSHELEVITCH, GERSHMAN,
GERSHTAIN, GERTNER, GEZENTZVEI,
GILDENBERG, GILINSON, GINDIN, GINZBURG,GIRSHGORIN, GITLEVITCH,
GITLIN, GLIKMAN,GOLBRACH, GOLDBERG, GOLDIN, GOLFARB, GOLTFARD, GORELIK,
GREENBERG, GRINSHTAIN, GRODINSKI, GURLO, GURYEVITCH,
GUTKOVITCH, GUZMAN, INTRATOR, KABAKOV, KAGAN, KAGANOVITCH, KAGANOVITCH,
KALINKOVITCH, KANTOROV, KANTOROVICH, KAPELEVITCH, KAPEROVSKI,KAPLAN,
KAPLUN,KARASIK, KARASIOV,
KASAI, KATZ, KATZMAN, KATZMAN,KATZNELSON,KAZHDAN, KERSHENBAUM,
KERSHTAIN, KERTSHTEIN, KIMEL, KIMPINSKI,
KISHITZER,KLEBANOV,KLEBANOV, KLIMKOVITCH,KLIMKOVITCH, KLIOT,
KLUMEL,KOFMAN, KOGAN, KOKIN, KOLESNEKOV, KOPITO, KORDUNSKI,
KRAININ,KRAKOV, KRASNIK, KRAVTZOV, KREDO, KRIVOSHAY, KRUPKIN, KRUPKIN,
KUGEL, KUNDO, KUNYEVSKI, KUPERSHTAIN, KURNOV, KUSELMAN, KUSTEROV,
KUSTEROVITCH, KUZEMETZ, KUZINITZ, KUZNITZOV, LACHOVITSKI,LEIKIN,LEIKIND,
LEUS, LEVANT, LEVIN, LEVINTOV, LEVITIN,LIATZMAN, LIBENSON, LIBENSON,
LIBERMAN, LIBINSON,LICHTSHTAIN, LIPKIN, LIPKIND,LITMAN, LITVIN,
LITVINENKO,
LIVSHITZ, LOSIN, LUSKIN, LYANDRES, MALKIN, MANEVITCH, MARGOLIN,
MARGOLIN, MARKMAN, MARTINKEVITCH, MAZIN, MAZO, MEDVEDEV,
MEIZELS, MELAMED, MELNIKOV, MESSERMAN, METRIK, MICHAILOVER, MICHELSON,
MIESEL, MILESTOV, MINDEL,MINKOV, MINKOV, MINKOVITCH,MINKOVITCH, MINSKOV,
MIRKIN, MIRKIN, MIRKIND, MIRKIND, MIRSKI, MISHKIN, MOLOTCHNIK,
MONTATSKI, MONTATZSKI, MOROVANTCHIK,
MOVSHOVITCH, MUNVEZ, MUTERPERL,NAIDIS, NAYMAN, NECHAMIN,
NISNEVITCH, NISNEVITCH, OGUR, OKSHINSKI, OLEINIK, ORMAN, OXENKRUG,
PALEUS, PARETSKI, PASEKOV, PASSAGH, PERS, PETRUSHKEVITCH, PEVZNER,
PINTZOV, PLAVNIK,PLAVNIKOV, PLISKIN,
PLOTKIN, POBOGIN, PODNOS,PODOKSIK, PODRABINNIK,POLYAKOV, POTASHNIK,
PRASS, PRONKIN, PRUSAK, RABINOVITCH, RACHLIN, RAIMAN, RAINER-FILVINSKI,
RAISER, RAPOPORT, RASHKOVSKI, RASKIND, RATNER, RATNITZKI, REICHELSON,
REICHENSHTEIN, REMESNITZKI, RINGEL, RIYER, RIZHEKOV, RIZHINSKI,
RIZHINSKI, RODOV, ROGINSKI, ROGOVSKI, ROIZBERG, ROLBIN, ROSENBLOOM,
ROTSHTAIN,ROYAK, ROZENBERG, ROZENFELD, ROZENMAN, ROZIN, RUBINCHIK,
RUCHMAN, RUDERMAN, RUMM, RUSS, RUTSHTAIN, SACHNOVITCH, SACHRAI, SACHRAI,
SAPOZHNIKOV, SARANOVSKI, SAVELSON, SAVELSON, SAVULKIN, SEREBRYANIEY,
SHABLOVSKI, SHABUN,SHAIKMAN,SHAPIRO,SHATZMAN, SHAYEVITCH, SHECHTMAN,
SHER, SHERMAN, SHIFRIN, SHKOLNIK, SHLIMAK, SHLUSBERG, SHMEYIDINER,
SHMIDT, SHMULIK, SHNEIDER, SHPAYREGEN,SHPILMAN,SHPREIGIN, SHPUNT,SHTERN,
SHTUKMASTER, SHUB, SHULGIN, SHULKIN, SHULKIND, SHULMAN, SHUSTEROVICH,
SHVAIZER, SHVARTZ, SHVARTZBERG, SHVARTZMAN, SHVETZ, SICHNOVITCH,
SIGALCHIK,SIMKIN, SINELNIKOV,SIRKIN, SLEPIAN, SLOUSHER,SMOLKIN, SMOLKIN,
SMORODINSKI,SMUSIN, SOGOLOVITCH, SOKOL,SOSIN,SRUBSHIK, STARIKOV,
STAROBINETZ, STAROBINITZ, STAROZHILITZ, STAROZHILOV, STOLER, STRELTZIN,
STRONGIN, SURIS, SUSKIND, SUSLIK, SUTZKEVER, SVERDLOV, TAISHOV, TALAN,
TCHERNIN, TCHERNYACHOVSKI, TEITZ, TEPER, TOMCHIN,TRACHTENBERG, TRUCHNOV,
TZIGENBARD,TZIMERMAN, TZIMKOVSKI, TZIPKIN, TZITRON,
TZITZILUK, TZVEIG, VANT, VEISFELD, VERNOV, VERSHOV, VINOGRADOV, VIZLACH,
VOLMAN, VOROBAITCHIK,VULF, YANKELEVITCH, YERUSALIMCHIK,
YOFFE,YUDOVITCH,YUDOVITCH, ZALKIND, ZARCHIN, ZARSHIASKI, ZARTAISKI,
ZASKIND, ZASLAVSKI, ZELDIN, ZISMAN, ZLATKIN,ZUCHOVETSKI, ZUKERMAN,
ZUSMAN

Miriam S. Deitcher
Shaker Heights, OH
deitcher@...

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Thank you Miriam.


Re: Borisov Cemetery - Name List #belarus

susan L Chernin <sueche1@...>
 

I want to plead ignorance. Several of the names on the list are close to
what I want but I am not sure where Borisov is. Is it with the district
around Vitebsk. I will be very interested in knowing when we can view
full list with first and last names.

Susan L Chernin
<sueche1@...>

On Mon, 8 Feb 1999 13:00:43 +0200 (IST) Rav Eliyahu Tavger
<eliyahu@...> writes:

I was given a list of those buried in the newer part until 1995, by Mr.
Krasnik to pass on to Mr. Alexander Rosenbloom. This list includes family
names, first names and father's names as well as dates of birth and death.
Mr. Rosenbloom asked me to publicize the list. Below are all the family
names >from the list, (all the names have been changed to the masculine).


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Borisov Cemetery - Name List #belarus

susan L Chernin <sueche1@...>
 

I want to plead ignorance. Several of the names on the list are close to
what I want but I am not sure where Borisov is. Is it with the district
around Vitebsk. I will be very interested in knowing when we can view
full list with first and last names.

Susan L Chernin
<sueche1@...>

On Mon, 8 Feb 1999 13:00:43 +0200 (IST) Rav Eliyahu Tavger
<eliyahu@...> writes:

I was given a list of those buried in the newer part until 1995, by Mr.
Krasnik to pass on to Mr. Alexander Rosenbloom. This list includes family
names, first names and father's names as well as dates of birth and death.
Mr. Rosenbloom asked me to publicize the list. Below are all the family
names >from the list, (all the names have been changed to the masculine).


Re: RUTTENBERG Search #belarus

Kathy Keane <kkfish@...>
 

Hi Claudia: This may be of little or no value, but here goes: My aunt
(now deceased) was friends with a Mary and Meyer Ruttenberg in NYC (
lived on Central Park West). I believe they are now deceased. They had
a daughter Suzanne who I believe is an attorney and lives in the Los
Angeles area. They had a son too , but his ae escapes me. I met
Suzanne about 15 years ago. If i think of more, I will let you
know........

Kathy Keane
<kkfish@...>

Claudia Rutt wrote:


The surname that I am searching for is RUTTENBERG, they are >from Vitebsk.
If you have any information about the Surname RUTTENBERG would you please
contact me,


Re: JewishGen FTJP security #belarus

Prof. G. L. Esterson <jerry@...>
 

Hi,

I am the person that posted the original message discussing the problem
of a certain company that has begun to mine genealogy information from
family tree web sites, and to charge their subscribers for the use of
that information. At the end of that message, I placed the following
statement and request: "I suspect that the new data base of the Family
Tree of the Jewish People project is safe >from this type of piracy,
except in the case of a determined person who will develop a special
approach for that purpose, but I would like to hear >from some one
connected with the planning of the FTJP project as to whether our data
are safe there."

I wish to thank Warren Blatt for responding to the above request. As
the person leading the team of volunteers who carried the Family Tree
of the Jewish People Project >from beginning to end for JewishGen, and
saw to the preparation of the JewishGen web site to make available the
data contributed by countless Jewish genealogists, Warren is certainly
in the best position to explain the precautions taken by the team to
protect the family trees submitted to this project.

I have carefully read Warren's description of the precautions which he
has put in place to protect the FTJP data base >from mining by
outsiders. In my opinion, these precautions represent a reasonable
cost-benefit balance between the the benefits to all genealogy
researchers and to the researchers submitting their trees (in terms of
making them available for legitimate research while at the same time
providing reasonable security for the trees themselves) as opposed to
the costs of doing this.

This type of decision-making is what all of us go through when we
consider how to protect our homes, or other possessions, >from those who
would try to steal >from them. Each of us makes his own evaluation as
to how much protection to achieve versus his cost of obtaining that
level of protection. And we all understand that one hundred percent
protection is unobtainable. The best we can hope for is to make the
challenge to "most" intruders so great that "most" of them will not
accept the challenge.

And this is true of the FTJP data base. The level of protection
provided is not one hundred percent, but it is sufficient that most of
us would be satisfied to accept it. This is not the place to describe
those few instances for which the protection can be breached.

On my own behalf, and I hope on behalf of the Jewish genealogy
community, I wish to compliment Warren and his team on the excellent
facility which they have prepared for us all.

Regards,

Jerry