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Re: ETYMOLOGY of DANN #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 99-02-21 17:46:01 EST, jrw@Brown.edu writes:

<<
But perhaps your DANN was an abbreviation of a longer name based on the
common biblical name Daniel. (For instance, DANIELOVICH was the birth name
of Kirk Douglas!). There's also a surname DONIN or DANIN, which could
theoretically lose its "I" somewhere along the line, so it may be worth
checking these out too.
>>
Also DANINO, as in Rabbi Yehoshua Danino (the "Yad), author of Matnat Yad, a
discussion of the laws and customs of charity, who lived in Toledo, Spain in
the 13th century. Danino is quite a common name among Sfardim.

I very much doubt that ir comes >from Dan, son of Jacob. That name has been
relatively rare as a first name, perhaps non-existent as a family name, until
the Zionist revival. Danon, of the yogourt, is also a Sefardi family. Dunsky
is a promminent damily (I THINK a Dunsky was the head of the ILGWU (clothing
trade union), another was a South African industrialist prominent in that
country's Jewish community).

The possibilities are endless . . . .

Michael Bernet, New York

seeking:

BERNET, BERNAT, BAERNET, BERNERTH etc >from Frensdorf, Bamberg, Nurnberg
KONIGSHOFER: Welbhausen, Konigshofen, Furth; JONDORF, Bavaria
ALTMANN: Kattowitz, Breslau, Poznan, Beuthen--Upper Silesia/Poland
WOLF, Aron married Babette GOLDSCHMIDT ca 1860 in Frankfurt;
WOLF, Sali, b. Fkfrt, d. Rotterrdam 1941/2; WOLF, GOLDSCHMIDT, Wurzburg


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: ETYMOLOGY of DANN #general

MBernet@...
 

In a message dated 99-02-21 17:46:01 EST, jrw@Brown.edu writes:

<<
But perhaps your DANN was an abbreviation of a longer name based on the
common biblical name Daniel. (For instance, DANIELOVICH was the birth name
of Kirk Douglas!). There's also a surname DONIN or DANIN, which could
theoretically lose its "I" somewhere along the line, so it may be worth
checking these out too.
>>
Also DANINO, as in Rabbi Yehoshua Danino (the "Yad), author of Matnat Yad, a
discussion of the laws and customs of charity, who lived in Toledo, Spain in
the 13th century. Danino is quite a common name among Sfardim.

I very much doubt that ir comes >from Dan, son of Jacob. That name has been
relatively rare as a first name, perhaps non-existent as a family name, until
the Zionist revival. Danon, of the yogourt, is also a Sefardi family. Dunsky
is a promminent damily (I THINK a Dunsky was the head of the ILGWU (clothing
trade union), another was a South African industrialist prominent in that
country's Jewish community).

The possibilities are endless . . . .

Michael Bernet, New York

seeking:

BERNET, BERNAT, BAERNET, BERNERTH etc >from Frensdorf, Bamberg, Nurnberg
KONIGSHOFER: Welbhausen, Konigshofen, Furth; JONDORF, Bavaria
ALTMANN: Kattowitz, Breslau, Poznan, Beuthen--Upper Silesia/Poland
WOLF, Aron married Babette GOLDSCHMIDT ca 1860 in Frankfurt;
WOLF, Sali, b. Fkfrt, d. Rotterrdam 1941/2; WOLF, GOLDSCHMIDT, Wurzburg


BERNEY #general

Wood <cjwood@...>
 

Does anyone remember Marie & Alexander Berney who lived in London, UK?
Alexander died in 1957 and Marie in 1976. They were my grandparents and
I am very keen to speak with anyone still alive who knew them.

Regards,

John Wood
cjwood@globalnet.co.uk
Godalming, Surrey, UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BERNEY #general

Wood <cjwood@...>
 

Does anyone remember Marie & Alexander Berney who lived in London, UK?
Alexander died in 1957 and Marie in 1976. They were my grandparents and
I am very keen to speak with anyone still alive who knew them.

Regards,

John Wood
cjwood@globalnet.co.uk
Godalming, Surrey, UK


Re: BREST family #latvia

PJL427@...
 

There is a book written in Yiddish called Yehudot Latvia, about Bauska, (Iyr
Moldati) Latvia. It lists a number of people and gives a little blurb about
them. I do not have it but I found my wife's great great grandfather
mentioned in it.

Philip
In a message dated 2/20/99 7:48:30 PM, you wrote:

I am posting this for Anne Lapedus Brest. Please reply via private e-mail,
since she does not wish to subscribe to yet another genealogy mailing list!

============================================================================
===

Hallo, dear People,

I am looking for the descendants of Ezer BREST, born Bauska, Latvia abt.
1861. He had 2 children that we know of namely Charlotte (Lottie) Brest,
b. 1879 in Bauska, Latvia and who emigrated to Milwaukee, WI, USA and
Morris BREST b. 1886, Bauska, Latvia, who came to live in Johannesburg,
South Africa with his Wife, Chaia Orkin Brest and their 3 sons, Baines,
Eric and Solly (Tich). There were possibly another two children born to
Ezer BREST namely Sora and Leib (Leiba) BREST but nothing is known of them.
Baines Brest was my childrens Grandfather. There are another 3 BREST
Families that I am researching and have detailed family Trees for. anyone
knowing of any BREST families, please could you contact me privately at
angi@icon.co.za. Please note, our FAMILY name is Brest, and I am not
looking for family who came >from the TOWN Brest.

Many thanks,
Anne
angi@icon.co.za
------------

ANNE LAPEDUS BREST. Sandton South Africa. (ex DUBLIN, IRELAND)
Researching: : LAPEDUS/LAPIDUS (all spellings) Lithuania, Latvia,
Poland.
and BREST FAMILY - Bauska, Latvia.


Marion Werle
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Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: BREST family #latvia

PJL427@...
 

There is a book written in Yiddish called Yehudot Latvia, about Bauska, (Iyr
Moldati) Latvia. It lists a number of people and gives a little blurb about
them. I do not have it but I found my wife's great great grandfather
mentioned in it.

Philip
In a message dated 2/20/99 7:48:30 PM, you wrote:

I am posting this for Anne Lapedus Brest. Please reply via private e-mail,
since she does not wish to subscribe to yet another genealogy mailing list!

============================================================================
===

Hallo, dear People,

I am looking for the descendants of Ezer BREST, born Bauska, Latvia abt.
1861. He had 2 children that we know of namely Charlotte (Lottie) Brest,
b. 1879 in Bauska, Latvia and who emigrated to Milwaukee, WI, USA and
Morris BREST b. 1886, Bauska, Latvia, who came to live in Johannesburg,
South Africa with his Wife, Chaia Orkin Brest and their 3 sons, Baines,
Eric and Solly (Tich). There were possibly another two children born to
Ezer BREST namely Sora and Leib (Leiba) BREST but nothing is known of them.
Baines Brest was my childrens Grandfather. There are another 3 BREST
Families that I am researching and have detailed family Trees for. anyone
knowing of any BREST families, please could you contact me privately at
angi@icon.co.za. Please note, our FAMILY name is Brest, and I am not
looking for family who came >from the TOWN Brest.

Many thanks,
Anne
angi@icon.co.za
------------

ANNE LAPEDUS BREST. Sandton South Africa. (ex DUBLIN, IRELAND)
Researching: : LAPEDUS/LAPIDUS (all spellings) Lithuania, Latvia,
Poland.
and BREST FAMILY - Bauska, Latvia.


Marion Werle
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Re: BREST family #latvia

PJL427@...
 

I am researching the LURIE family in Bauska. I have many females without last
names (Maiden names). I will keep your note on file.

Philip
In a message dated 2/20/99 7:48:30 PM, you wrote:

I am posting this for Anne Lapedus Brest. Please reply via private e-mail,
since she does not wish to subscribe to yet another genealogy mailing list!

============================================================================
===

Hallo, dear People,

I am looking for the descendants of Ezer BREST, born Bauska, Latvia abt.
1861. He had 2 children that we know of namely Charlotte (Lottie) Brest,
b. 1879 in Bauska, Latvia and who emigrated to Milwaukee, WI, USA and
Morris BREST b. 1886, Bauska, Latvia, who came to live in Johannesburg,
South Africa with his Wife, Chaia Orkin Brest and their 3 sons, Baines,
Eric and Solly (Tich). There were possibly another two children born to
Ezer BREST namely Sora and Leib (Leiba) BREST but nothing is known of them.
Baines Brest was my childrens Grandfather. There are another 3 BREST
Families that I am researching and have detailed family Trees for. anyone
knowing of any BREST families, please could you contact me privately at
angi@icon.co.za. Please note, our FAMILY name is Brest, and I am not
looking for family who came >from the TOWN Brest.

Many thanks,
Anne
angi@icon.co.za
------------

ANNE LAPEDUS BREST. Sandton South Africa. (ex DUBLIN, IRELAND)
Researching: : LAPEDUS/LAPIDUS (all spellings) Lithuania, Latvia,
Poland.
and BREST FAMILY - Bauska, Latvia.


Marion Werle
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Latvia SIG #Latvia Re: BREST family #latvia

PJL427@...
 

I am researching the LURIE family in Bauska. I have many females without last
names (Maiden names). I will keep your note on file.

Philip
In a message dated 2/20/99 7:48:30 PM, you wrote:

I am posting this for Anne Lapedus Brest. Please reply via private e-mail,
since she does not wish to subscribe to yet another genealogy mailing list!

============================================================================
===

Hallo, dear People,

I am looking for the descendants of Ezer BREST, born Bauska, Latvia abt.
1861. He had 2 children that we know of namely Charlotte (Lottie) Brest,
b. 1879 in Bauska, Latvia and who emigrated to Milwaukee, WI, USA and
Morris BREST b. 1886, Bauska, Latvia, who came to live in Johannesburg,
South Africa with his Wife, Chaia Orkin Brest and their 3 sons, Baines,
Eric and Solly (Tich). There were possibly another two children born to
Ezer BREST namely Sora and Leib (Leiba) BREST but nothing is known of them.
Baines Brest was my childrens Grandfather. There are another 3 BREST
Families that I am researching and have detailed family Trees for. anyone
knowing of any BREST families, please could you contact me privately at
angi@icon.co.za. Please note, our FAMILY name is Brest, and I am not
looking for family who came >from the TOWN Brest.

Many thanks,
Anne
angi@icon.co.za
------------

ANNE LAPEDUS BREST. Sandton South Africa. (ex DUBLIN, IRELAND)
Researching: : LAPEDUS/LAPIDUS (all spellings) Lithuania, Latvia,
Poland.
and BREST FAMILY - Bauska, Latvia.


Marion Werle
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search relatives and origin from Bulgary and Israel #general

Patricio Davidoff G. <pdavidof@...>
 

Dear Sirs
I need information about DAVIDOFF, FARHI, FINZI from
Bulgaria who went to Israel,United States or rest in Bulgaria.

My father called Acher David Davidoff Farhi
My Grand father Rahamim Davidoff
My father born in Sofia Bulgaria in +/- 1906.
In 1938 he came to South America with his first wife Lhena Finzi

thankful

P.V.Davidoff


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen search relatives and origin from Bulgary and Israel #general

Patricio Davidoff G. <pdavidof@...>
 

Dear Sirs
I need information about DAVIDOFF, FARHI, FINZI from
Bulgaria who went to Israel,United States or rest in Bulgaria.

My father called Acher David Davidoff Farhi
My Grand father Rahamim Davidoff
My father born in Sofia Bulgaria in +/- 1906.
In 1938 he came to South America with his first wife Lhena Finzi

thankful

P.V.Davidoff


Re: Deportation to Minsk #belarus

CHARLOTTEO@...
 

In a message dated 2/21/99 12:05:48 AM Central Standard Time,
belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org writes:

<< But, someone puts fresh flowers in front of it each day. >>

The Belarus population is very generous with floral offerings to its many
martyrs, most of them Christian victims of the German occupiers. One in
five citizens was so killed.

The Chatyn site (formerly a real village before the Wehrmacht raised this
town, also, and killed all its inhabitants save one --temporarily absent--
blacksmith) has almost a city block, formerly the residence of one of the
murdered inhabitants, devoted to an eternal flame and an entire square of
constantly replaced floral bouquets. At the entrance to the Chatyn site is
a ten foot statue of the village blacksmith, pieta-like holding his dieing
son in his arms. The blacksmith had been in a neighboring village to do
some work when all other residents were forced into a barn which was, then,
set on fire. Standard practice by the German soldiers in such situations.
When the blacksmith returned, all his friends and neighbors were dead in
the smoldering ashes of the barn. He found his son who was still alive, but
barely. The child died later in his arms.

After the end of the War, the village houses were located, their outlines
traced, and a single chimney was raised at the former site of each house.
There is a tiny electronic bell in each chimney which, now, chime every two
minutes, one at a time. It is an eerie place. The long wall commemorating
the many Jewish victims of the Germans forms a part of this memorial but is
quite apart, off to the side. There are many fresh flowers at those stone
tablets, also.

Charlotte Guthmann Opfermann
College of the Mainland, Cont.Ed. Dept. English, Texas City-Houston TX USA
and internet Holocaust graduate course at Nikolaus Kopernikus University
Torun/Poland "Hitler, Himmler, Heydrich, Eichmann & Co. on the Holodeck"

http://members.tripod.com/~ShibaHill/charlotte.html
for several related H-Holocaust posts
( Go to H-Net homepage http://h-net2.msu.edu/~holoweb/
and then click on "logs" --near the end of the page)


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Deportation to Minsk #belarus

CHARLOTTEO@...
 

In a message dated 2/21/99 12:05:48 AM Central Standard Time,
belarus@lyris.jewishgen.org writes:

<< But, someone puts fresh flowers in front of it each day. >>

The Belarus population is very generous with floral offerings to its many
martyrs, most of them Christian victims of the German occupiers. One in
five citizens was so killed.

The Chatyn site (formerly a real village before the Wehrmacht raised this
town, also, and killed all its inhabitants save one --temporarily absent--
blacksmith) has almost a city block, formerly the residence of one of the
murdered inhabitants, devoted to an eternal flame and an entire square of
constantly replaced floral bouquets. At the entrance to the Chatyn site is
a ten foot statue of the village blacksmith, pieta-like holding his dieing
son in his arms. The blacksmith had been in a neighboring village to do
some work when all other residents were forced into a barn which was, then,
set on fire. Standard practice by the German soldiers in such situations.
When the blacksmith returned, all his friends and neighbors were dead in
the smoldering ashes of the barn. He found his son who was still alive, but
barely. The child died later in his arms.

After the end of the War, the village houses were located, their outlines
traced, and a single chimney was raised at the former site of each house.
There is a tiny electronic bell in each chimney which, now, chime every two
minutes, one at a time. It is an eerie place. The long wall commemorating
the many Jewish victims of the Germans forms a part of this memorial but is
quite apart, off to the side. There are many fresh flowers at those stone
tablets, also.

Charlotte Guthmann Opfermann
College of the Mainland, Cont.Ed. Dept. English, Texas City-Houston TX USA
and internet Holocaust graduate course at Nikolaus Kopernikus University
Torun/Poland "Hitler, Himmler, Heydrich, Eichmann & Co. on the Holodeck"

http://members.tripod.com/~ShibaHill/charlotte.html
for several related H-Holocaust posts
( Go to H-Net homepage http://h-net2.msu.edu/~holoweb/
and then click on "logs" --near the end of the page)


Amboise, France Jewish communities? #general

Brad and Linda <homesteada@...>
 

I'm researching my family history and suspecting that there may be a Jewish
lineage somewhere. My ancestors were >from Amboise, France.

Does anyone know if there is a Jewish community there or any history of one?

Thank you for any responses to: homesteada@ionia-mi.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Amboise, France Jewish communities? #general

Brad and Linda <homesteada@...>
 

I'm researching my family history and suspecting that there may be a Jewish
lineage somewhere. My ancestors were >from Amboise, France.

Does anyone know if there is a Jewish community there or any history of one?

Thank you for any responses to: homesteada@ionia-mi.net


Levines from Evia #general

Steven Levine <levine@...>
 

My father sailed to Cuba >from Poland by way of Germany in the late
1920s, then to the U.S. via Miami. Does anyone out there have any
information about Levines >from the shtetl of Evia (Evya?)in Eastern
Poland -- or any information on whether Evia still exists?

Thank you.
Steven Levine
levine@itis.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Levines from Evia #general

Steven Levine <levine@...>
 

My father sailed to Cuba >from Poland by way of Germany in the late
1920s, then to the U.S. via Miami. Does anyone out there have any
information about Levines >from the shtetl of Evia (Evya?)in Eastern
Poland -- or any information on whether Evia still exists?

Thank you.
Steven Levine
levine@itis.com


Searching LEW,ZACHARIJASZ from Bialystok #general

Allen B. Saxe <saxe@...>
 

Editors
from Allen B. Saxe
Subject: Bialystok Survivors,LEW and ZACHARIJASZ

I am searching for descendants of Szymon LEW,Lieb ZACHARIJASZ and Chaim
ZACHARIJASZ. They are listed in documents as having survived the Shoah.

I would appreciated any assistance in locating either them or their
descendants.

Allen B. Saxe
Charlotte,NC
saxe@charlotte.infi.net

Searching

SCHARJA,SHOMSKY,LEV,RUBEN,SAIMON >from Janow,Poland near Bialystok
BENSMAN >from Lepel,Belarus
SUSSMAN, AARON >from Kamen
BENSMAN (Max,Beatrice,David,Ida,Fanny) >from New York and New Jersey
SHAPIRO (Marsha,Arthur,Rhoda) >from New York
SAIMON,H. >from DesMoines,Iowa


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching LEW,ZACHARIJASZ from Bialystok #general

Allen B. Saxe <saxe@...>
 

Editors
from Allen B. Saxe
Subject: Bialystok Survivors,LEW and ZACHARIJASZ

I am searching for descendants of Szymon LEW,Lieb ZACHARIJASZ and Chaim
ZACHARIJASZ. They are listed in documents as having survived the Shoah.

I would appreciated any assistance in locating either them or their
descendants.

Allen B. Saxe
Charlotte,NC
saxe@charlotte.infi.net

Searching

SCHARJA,SHOMSKY,LEV,RUBEN,SAIMON >from Janow,Poland near Bialystok
BENSMAN >from Lepel,Belarus
SUSSMAN, AARON >from Kamen
BENSMAN (Max,Beatrice,David,Ida,Fanny) >from New York and New Jersey
SHAPIRO (Marsha,Arthur,Rhoda) >from New York
SAIMON,H. >from DesMoines,Iowa


Re: Searching: Yacov BORNSTEIN, b. Wloslavick (Pol.), end 1900s #general

MRILLONA <mrillona@...>
 

Searching for ancestors of Yakov BORNSTEIN who was married to Rosa
LICHTENSTEIN and who lived in Wloslavick, Poland toward the end of the
19th and beginning of the 20th century. He was a schochet and mohel.
Any information on this family and on the following would be gratefully
received.
My great-grandparents, Chaim Hochberg and Rachel Idyszkind (Died 1933 in
Warsaw), had a son named Wolf Hochberg. Wolf Hochberg married Rachel
Borenstein (died Warsaw ghetto). Wolf and Rachel had 10 children, one of which
was name Yaacov. He was a Polish policeman who was killed by the Russians.
Any relative? E-mail MRILLONA@AOL>COM


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching: Yacov BORNSTEIN, b. Wloslavick (Pol.), end 1900s #general

MRILLONA <mrillona@...>
 

Searching for ancestors of Yakov BORNSTEIN who was married to Rosa
LICHTENSTEIN and who lived in Wloslavick, Poland toward the end of the
19th and beginning of the 20th century. He was a schochet and mohel.
Any information on this family and on the following would be gratefully
received.
My great-grandparents, Chaim Hochberg and Rachel Idyszkind (Died 1933 in
Warsaw), had a son named Wolf Hochberg. Wolf Hochberg married Rachel
Borenstein (died Warsaw ghetto). Wolf and Rachel had 10 children, one of which
was name Yaacov. He was a Polish policeman who was killed by the Russians.
Any relative? E-mail MRILLONA@AOL>COM