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Searching: RUDERMAN, Moses J. of Minsk #belarus

Mike Rubin <mike.rubin@...>
 

Moses J. RUDERMAN was born about 1851. Married twice (possibly to Ettel
and Goldie), Moses had approximately 17 children of which Philip, Jacob,
Rubin, Elie, Tevel, Isador, Zelig, Israel, and Hanna are known to have
emigrated to the United States and originally settled in Perth Amboy,
Middlesex County, New Jersey. In November 1923, Moses (at age 72)
traveling with Tevel and Zelig, joined the family in Perth Amboy. Moses
died in March 1928.

Currently looking for other children of Moses RUDERMAN. One possible
lead: Moses' New York arrival record reads "....left behind son L.
Ruderman 6 Workresenska, Minsk...

thanks.
mike rubin.
bedminster, new jersey
mike.rubin@rcn.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching: RUDERMAN, Moses J. of Minsk #belarus

Mike Rubin <mike.rubin@...>
 

Moses J. RUDERMAN was born about 1851. Married twice (possibly to Ettel
and Goldie), Moses had approximately 17 children of which Philip, Jacob,
Rubin, Elie, Tevel, Isador, Zelig, Israel, and Hanna are known to have
emigrated to the United States and originally settled in Perth Amboy,
Middlesex County, New Jersey. In November 1923, Moses (at age 72)
traveling with Tevel and Zelig, joined the family in Perth Amboy. Moses
died in March 1928.

Currently looking for other children of Moses RUDERMAN. One possible
lead: Moses' New York arrival record reads "....left behind son L.
Ruderman 6 Workresenska, Minsk...

thanks.
mike rubin.
bedminster, new jersey
mike.rubin@rcn.com


Re: Translation needed! (fwd) #poland

Ernest G Holzmann <eholzman@...>
 

This response came >from Angela Bungert ("AB"), referring to Shirlee
Dayan's questions:

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 1999 22:08:56 -0000
From: Angela Bungert <concept@swin.baynet.de>
To: 'Ernest G Holzmann' <eholzman@osf1.gmu.edu>

... For the new theme, I need more information.

There is no place in Germany with has the name "Veitsheim". We only know
"Veitshoechheim", a very nice town near by Wuerzburg (100 km away from
Frankfurt).
Do you know details about this camp?

On Fri, 12 Feb 1999 XDAYANx@aol.com wrote:

D.P. - Lager Veitsheim bei Frankfurt. (DP camp?
Maybe "D"eutsche "P"ost

Also does anyone know of a cemetery close to this place? I am trying to
locate the burial place of my sister, Enia Litwak (b. 1944, d. 1946). I
have a picture of my mom at her burial place (Germany, probably near the
place above).
Do know more about the family? Where was their hometown?
--------------------------End of cited message----------------

Best wishes,
Ernie


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Translation needed! (fwd) #poland

Ernest G Holzmann <eholzman@...>
 

This response came >from Angela Bungert ("AB"), referring to Shirlee
Dayan's questions:

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 1999 22:08:56 -0000
From: Angela Bungert <concept@swin.baynet.de>
To: 'Ernest G Holzmann' <eholzman@osf1.gmu.edu>

... For the new theme, I need more information.

There is no place in Germany with has the name "Veitsheim". We only know
"Veitshoechheim", a very nice town near by Wuerzburg (100 km away from
Frankfurt).
Do you know details about this camp?

On Fri, 12 Feb 1999 XDAYANx@aol.com wrote:

D.P. - Lager Veitsheim bei Frankfurt. (DP camp?
Maybe "D"eutsche "P"ost

Also does anyone know of a cemetery close to this place? I am trying to
locate the burial place of my sister, Enia Litwak (b. 1944, d. 1946). I
have a picture of my mom at her burial place (Germany, probably near the
place above).
Do know more about the family? Where was their hometown?
--------------------------End of cited message----------------

Best wishes,
Ernie


TRACHTENBERG #general

Anita Citron <anitac1@...>
 

Just got a new name to trace (thanks, Israel P.)

Judes TRACHTENBERG. Born Odessa, 25 Nov 1883. Married name NADWORNY. Died
in the Holocaust.

There is a listing on the JGFF but it is an old one and there is no other
listing for this person on sources like Anywho so I am posting it to the
list in hopes someone is out there (I guess this is like using the VLA
telescopes searching for LGM :D).


Anita Citron
anitac1@erols.com
Flushing (NYC), New York
Searching NADWORNY, SILVER (Odessa) MEDNIK/WILDMAN (Berdichev)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen TRACHTENBERG #general

Anita Citron <anitac1@...>
 

Just got a new name to trace (thanks, Israel P.)

Judes TRACHTENBERG. Born Odessa, 25 Nov 1883. Married name NADWORNY. Died
in the Holocaust.

There is a listing on the JGFF but it is an old one and there is no other
listing for this person on sources like Anywho so I am posting it to the
list in hopes someone is out there (I guess this is like using the VLA
telescopes searching for LGM :D).


Anita Citron
anitac1@erols.com
Flushing (NYC), New York
Searching NADWORNY, SILVER (Odessa) MEDNIK/WILDMAN (Berdichev)


Don't leave anyone out! #general

IsraelP <p2o5rock@...>
 

In the course of our project to identify and connect all the
Pickhol(t)z families, I just received twenty-four burial records >from
Beth David cemetery. Some were people we knew and others
were new names.

When I presented the new names to our project team, one
responded "that's my father's second wife" and another said
"that's my grandfather's second wife." Neither had particular
genealogical significance, because they were late in life
marriages. But we could have wasted precious time and
resources trying to figure out who these two women were.

So please, folks, when someone asks for family information - tell
the whole story. Don't leave anyone out!

Israel Pickholtz


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Don't leave anyone out! #general

IsraelP <p2o5rock@...>
 

In the course of our project to identify and connect all the
Pickhol(t)z families, I just received twenty-four burial records >from
Beth David cemetery. Some were people we knew and others
were new names.

When I presented the new names to our project team, one
responded "that's my father's second wife" and another said
"that's my grandfather's second wife." Neither had particular
genealogical significance, because they were late in life
marriages. But we could have wasted precious time and
resources trying to figure out who these two women were.

So please, folks, when someone asks for family information - tell
the whole story. Don't leave anyone out!

Israel Pickholtz


looking for Emanuel ADLER #general

Joyce Peck <Joycekp@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners

I am posting this message for a friend, Daniel Lowe. He is looking for
information on a cousin, Emanuel ADLER, a member of NYC fire department's
Engine 309, who was killed in the line of duty on 11/16/52.
His calls to the NYC fire department were unsuccessful and the number he
was given for Engine 309 was disconnected. Is there a firefighters'
organization that keeps track of members injured or killed while
fighting fires? A real phone number for Engine 309? Other suggestions.
Please respond privately.

Joyce Peck
Connecticut
joycekp@webtv.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen looking for Emanuel ADLER #general

Joyce Peck <Joycekp@...>
 

Dear Jewish Genners

I am posting this message for a friend, Daniel Lowe. He is looking for
information on a cousin, Emanuel ADLER, a member of NYC fire department's
Engine 309, who was killed in the line of duty on 11/16/52.
His calls to the NYC fire department were unsuccessful and the number he
was given for Engine 309 was disconnected. Is there a firefighters'
organization that keeps track of members injured or killed while
fighting fires? A real phone number for Engine 309? Other suggestions.
Please respond privately.

Joyce Peck
Connecticut
joycekp@webtv.net


Shtetlschleppers #galicia

JoyceField <jfield@...>
 

Just a reminder about the Shtetlschleppers trip to Ukraine in August,
immediately after the NY Seminar. Click on to
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlschleppers/1999.html and then click on LVIV.

We hope you are planning to go on this memorable trip.


Joyce Field
West Lafayette, Indiana
Reply to: jfield@pop.nlci.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Shtetlschleppers #galicia

JoyceField <jfield@...>
 

Just a reminder about the Shtetlschleppers trip to Ukraine in August,
immediately after the NY Seminar. Click on to
http://www.jewishgen.org/shtetlschleppers/1999.html and then click on LVIV.

We hope you are planning to go on this memorable trip.


Joyce Field
West Lafayette, Indiana
Reply to: jfield@pop.nlci.com


Maps #galicia

Debbie Raff <seraff@...>
 

Arlene Stein asked for information about a specific street name in Jaslo. I
purchased several maps in Poland this summer. I thought that among them may
be one of Jaslo, which was a town I visited, briefly.

Unfortunately, Jaslo is not one of the maps [sorry Arlene :-( ] I acquired,
but I do have city street maps ("plan miasta") for the following towns:

Sanok
Krosno
Nowy Sacz
Przemysl
Kazimierz (Krakow's Old Jewish Quarter)

If someone has a similar question for those towns, I would be happy to check
for them. Of course, some name changes occurred with the end of communism
from what I understand.
Debbie RAFF
Indio, CA (in the sunny California desert)
seraff@sprintmail.com

HERBACH / BIRNBAUM / BIRENBAUM (Nowy Sacz, Pol and Lipany,Slovakia)
KORNFELD / LAWNER / GERMAN/ WEITMAN (Husiatyn, Usjad, Woloczysk, Ukr)RAFF /
SICHERMAN / MEISNER/ KATZ / FISCH / GRUNSPANN / GREENSPAN / EICHNER / ZWICK
/ HILLER (Zmigrod Nowy / Bukowsko / Dukla / Dynow / Korczyna, Pol)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Maps #galicia

Debbie Raff <seraff@...>
 

Arlene Stein asked for information about a specific street name in Jaslo. I
purchased several maps in Poland this summer. I thought that among them may
be one of Jaslo, which was a town I visited, briefly.

Unfortunately, Jaslo is not one of the maps [sorry Arlene :-( ] I acquired,
but I do have city street maps ("plan miasta") for the following towns:

Sanok
Krosno
Nowy Sacz
Przemysl
Kazimierz (Krakow's Old Jewish Quarter)

If someone has a similar question for those towns, I would be happy to check
for them. Of course, some name changes occurred with the end of communism
from what I understand.
Debbie RAFF
Indio, CA (in the sunny California desert)
seraff@sprintmail.com

HERBACH / BIRNBAUM / BIRENBAUM (Nowy Sacz, Pol and Lipany,Slovakia)
KORNFELD / LAWNER / GERMAN/ WEITMAN (Husiatyn, Usjad, Woloczysk, Ukr)RAFF /
SICHERMAN / MEISNER/ KATZ / FISCH / GRUNSPANN / GREENSPAN / EICHNER / ZWICK
/ HILLER (Zmigrod Nowy / Bukowsko / Dukla / Dynow / Korczyna, Pol)


Re: Searching RECHTER of Skole #galicia

Rita Margolies <b4kids@...>
 

Antoinette Gordy Rechter wrote:

Of the whole RECHTER family, my mother, brother and myself, and
Salomon's son Robert who, with his mother came to the US in 1938
were the only survivors of the holocaust. Or, so we thought.....

I usually don't reply to all on the sig; however, I feel compelled to
share my thoughts in the subject of relatives with a relatively rare
name.

My husband's family was almost wiped out except for his father and the
few relatives living here before the war. There are no PONCZ names in
the phone book anywhere except the ones we know.

A few years ago someone called up and asked if my husband if his name
was PONCZ and was he Jewish. When both answers were in the
affirmative, he explained that his family was also called PONCZ and
that they came >from a nearby town. They also were one family of
Holocaust survivors that wound up in Israel after the war. After a few
calls back and forth, contact ceased and I am the only one to even
meet this family.

Now these folks are almost 100% certainly related because of the very
few people with the name and I even noted some common personality
traits when I visited. Personally, I cannot understand why they
are not jumping for joy at our finding each other and maintaining some
contact.

I understand that genealogically there's some work to be done to show
what the relationship is, and I intend to follow through one of these
days soon.

I just want to say to Antoinette and others out there in the same
situation. Be grateful for relatives--a common rare name to me is a
terrific bond. You don't have to fill in all the boxes before you
accept them as family. Before I started tracing my family tree, I
thought my own family had been relatively untouched by the Holocaust,
but I have found out how wrong I was. I've seen the number of holes,
and I feel very sad. I hope one day to be in my husband's shoes and
have a long-lost relative show up on my doorstep.

Rita Margolies
b4kids@earthlink.net
Seattle, WA


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Searching RECHTER of Skole #galicia

Rita Margolies <b4kids@...>
 

Antoinette Gordy Rechter wrote:

Of the whole RECHTER family, my mother, brother and myself, and
Salomon's son Robert who, with his mother came to the US in 1938
were the only survivors of the holocaust. Or, so we thought.....

I usually don't reply to all on the sig; however, I feel compelled to
share my thoughts in the subject of relatives with a relatively rare
name.

My husband's family was almost wiped out except for his father and the
few relatives living here before the war. There are no PONCZ names in
the phone book anywhere except the ones we know.

A few years ago someone called up and asked if my husband if his name
was PONCZ and was he Jewish. When both answers were in the
affirmative, he explained that his family was also called PONCZ and
that they came >from a nearby town. They also were one family of
Holocaust survivors that wound up in Israel after the war. After a few
calls back and forth, contact ceased and I am the only one to even
meet this family.

Now these folks are almost 100% certainly related because of the very
few people with the name and I even noted some common personality
traits when I visited. Personally, I cannot understand why they
are not jumping for joy at our finding each other and maintaining some
contact.

I understand that genealogically there's some work to be done to show
what the relationship is, and I intend to follow through one of these
days soon.

I just want to say to Antoinette and others out there in the same
situation. Be grateful for relatives--a common rare name to me is a
terrific bond. You don't have to fill in all the boxes before you
accept them as family. Before I started tracing my family tree, I
thought my own family had been relatively untouched by the Holocaust,
but I have found out how wrong I was. I've seen the number of holes,
and I feel very sad. I hope one day to be in my husband's shoes and
have a long-lost relative show up on my doorstep.

Rita Margolies
b4kids@earthlink.net
Seattle, WA


passenger list indexes #general

Sheri <iguana@...>
 

Is there a list somewhere (preferably online) that gives the volume
numbers and years that are found on the passenger list index cards?

Thanks!

Sheri Prager
San Diego, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen passenger list indexes #general

Sheri <iguana@...>
 

Is there a list somewhere (preferably online) that gives the volume
numbers and years that are found on the passenger list index cards?

Thanks!

Sheri Prager
San Diego, CA


LDS NY Passenger List #general

Don Gallard <dg2286@...>
 

I recently ordered and received a microfilm >from my local FHC. The film
was labeled New York Passenger list, July 1, 1902 - Dec., 1943. What it
consisted of was alphabetically arranged index cards which looked like
this:

David Rothblut 28m 24 71 6504

I assume the 28m means a male 28 years old. Can anyone tell what the
other numbers are and how I might use them to lead me to more
information?

Cindy Gallard
Denver, Co

MODERATOR NOTE: Check the JewishGen InfoFiles:
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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen LDS NY Passenger List #general

Don Gallard <dg2286@...>
 

I recently ordered and received a microfilm >from my local FHC. The film
was labeled New York Passenger list, July 1, 1902 - Dec., 1943. What it
consisted of was alphabetically arranged index cards which looked like
this:

David Rothblut 28m 24 71 6504

I assume the 28m means a male 28 years old. Can anyone tell what the
other numbers are and how I might use them to lead me to more
information?

Cindy Gallard
Denver, Co

MODERATOR NOTE: Check the JewishGen InfoFiles:
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofile/