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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


Family name KROCH #general

Meredith Ciddor <cimo@...>
 

I am searching for the family history of Kroch >from Leipzig, Germany.
Salo Kroch married Laura Meyer and had a daughter Ilse in 1897.

Peter Moore cimo+AEA-bigpond.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Family name KROCH #general

Meredith Ciddor <cimo@...>
 

I am searching for the family history of Kroch >from Leipzig, Germany.
Salo Kroch married Laura Meyer and had a daughter Ilse in 1897.

Peter Moore cimo+AEA-bigpond.com


Searching family SIMON #general

Meredith Ciddor <cimo@...>
 

I am searching for the family history of Samuel Simon of Dresden,
Germany he married Olga Wertheim and had a son Bernard in 1891. The
family was in Dresden, Germany until the war.

Peter Moore cimo+AEA-bigpond.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching family SIMON #general

Meredith Ciddor <cimo@...>
 

I am searching for the family history of Samuel Simon of Dresden,
Germany he married Olga Wertheim and had a son Bernard in 1891. The
family was in Dresden, Germany until the war.

Peter Moore cimo+AEA-bigpond.com


searching BLANKLEYDER/RUDO #general

allbell@...
 

I'm starting to look for information about ancestors of the RUDO family that
settled in the Baltimore area in the 1890s. The family may have originally
come >from Kherson.

My great-grandfather, Isidor RUDO, was born in 1888 and moved to the United
States in 1903 to work as a cabinet-maker. He married a first cousin, Mary
DUBIN.

I'm also looking for information about members of the BLANKLEYDER family.

My great-grandmother, Alte BLANKLEYDER, was born in the 1870s or 1880s and
later married my great-grandfather, Sam SIVAK. The family changed its name to
BELL when it moved to the United States around 1910. The BLANKLYDERs seem to
have come >from Koden, Lublin, Poland, and the SIVAKs seem to have come from
the Warsaw or Lomza area.

A.L. Bell
Oburubu, Guam


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen searching BLANKLEYDER/RUDO #general

allbell@...
 

I'm starting to look for information about ancestors of the RUDO family that
settled in the Baltimore area in the 1890s. The family may have originally
come >from Kherson.

My great-grandfather, Isidor RUDO, was born in 1888 and moved to the United
States in 1903 to work as a cabinet-maker. He married a first cousin, Mary
DUBIN.

I'm also looking for information about members of the BLANKLEYDER family.

My great-grandmother, Alte BLANKLEYDER, was born in the 1870s or 1880s and
later married my great-grandfather, Sam SIVAK. The family changed its name to
BELL when it moved to the United States around 1910. The BLANKLYDERs seem to
have come >from Koden, Lublin, Poland, and the SIVAKs seem to have come from
the Warsaw or Lomza area.

A.L. Bell
Oburubu, Guam


Researching the name Kernberg Vienna/Lvov/Stanislavov #general

GKern15900@...
 

Reply to GKern15900@aol.com

Thank you

Arthur Kern (nee Oswald Kernberg)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Researching the name Kernberg Vienna/Lvov/Stanislavov #general

GKern15900@...
 

Reply to GKern15900@aol.com

Thank you

Arthur Kern (nee Oswald Kernberg)


Looking for Berkelhamer & Melinger #general

RIVKA BJ <rivkabj@...>
 

Looking for anyone with the family names Berkelhamer and Melinger.

My father was born in Tarnow - at that time part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire
- It is now part of Poland. His father's name was Chaim Berkelhamer. His
mother's name was Regina/Rebecca (Rivka) Melinger.

Please email me any information you might have.

Thanks,
RivkaBJ@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Looking for Berkelhamer & Melinger #general

RIVKA BJ <rivkabj@...>
 

Looking for anyone with the family names Berkelhamer and Melinger.

My father was born in Tarnow - at that time part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire
- It is now part of Poland. His father's name was Chaim Berkelhamer. His
mother's name was Regina/Rebecca (Rivka) Melinger.

Please email me any information you might have.

Thanks,
RivkaBJ@aol.com


Holocaust and ancestors:Judy's message #hungary

Stefano Groszy <steven@...>
 

Regarding Judy's message to Louis published on H-SIG in Febr.15, I agree
with her opinion on holocaust in Hungary and I'd like in this context to
narrate the unusual way my father escaped Auschwitz, where most of his
family perished, after deportation >from Mandok.

Jozsef Grosz (1910-1989)came in 1926 to Italy - he had a far relative in Padova - to join the local college because italian fascism at that time had (yes) very liberal laws and encouraged foreign students to apply in several universities, no matter if gentles or Jews. Then Grosz established
himself in Milano and found a good job. He was there in June
1940, in spite of 1938 antisemitic laws, whenever all the foreign Jews
(...very important, only the foreign!) were immediately deported to
Ferramonti, a southern italian camp. In July 1943 the anglo-american
troops invaded Sicily and in a few days freed Ferramonti and my father
was enrolled in the canadian army. Much different fate had the italian
Jews! After June 1940 they were still free, all registered at the local
police stations and virtually without any more right. Just after the
allied troops invasion several german divisions were sent to Italy to
combat the allied northern march. In September 1943 Italy was
completely military occupied by Nazis and in 1944 - as in Hungary - all
the Italian Jews were deported to Auschwitz and other camps: 8.000 died.
Destiny is sometimes strange...
Searching GROSZ, KLEIN, HEISZ, ROSENSTEIN.
Regards, especially to Judy. Steven Grosz.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Holocaust and ancestors:Judy's message #hungary

Stefano Groszy <steven@...>
 

Regarding Judy's message to Louis published on H-SIG in Febr.15, I agree
with her opinion on holocaust in Hungary and I'd like in this context to
narrate the unusual way my father escaped Auschwitz, where most of his
family perished, after deportation >from Mandok.

Jozsef Grosz (1910-1989)came in 1926 to Italy - he had a far relative in Padova - to join the local college because italian fascism at that time had (yes) very liberal laws and encouraged foreign students to apply in several universities, no matter if gentles or Jews. Then Grosz established
himself in Milano and found a good job. He was there in June
1940, in spite of 1938 antisemitic laws, whenever all the foreign Jews
(...very important, only the foreign!) were immediately deported to
Ferramonti, a southern italian camp. In July 1943 the anglo-american
troops invaded Sicily and in a few days freed Ferramonti and my father
was enrolled in the canadian army. Much different fate had the italian
Jews! After June 1940 they were still free, all registered at the local
police stations and virtually without any more right. Just after the
allied troops invasion several german divisions were sent to Italy to
combat the allied northern march. In September 1943 Italy was
completely military occupied by Nazis and in 1944 - as in Hungary - all
the Italian Jews were deported to Auschwitz and other camps: 8.000 died.
Destiny is sometimes strange...
Searching GROSZ, KLEIN, HEISZ, ROSENSTEIN.
Regards, especially to Judy. Steven Grosz.


Re: Hungarian Holocaust Names Project #hungary

Lynn Golumbic <lynng@...>
 

I think this is a very noble idea. If it is done properly we may also be
able to cross reference other peoples lists for names which we may not have.

I have about 150 names of relatives to contribute.


Lynn Golumbic


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Hungarian Holocaust Names Project #hungary

Lynn Golumbic <lynng@...>
 

I think this is a very noble idea. If it is done properly we may also be
able to cross reference other peoples lists for names which we may not have.

I have about 150 names of relatives to contribute.


Lynn Golumbic


Searching family name Reichman #general

Meredith Ciddor <cimo@...>
 

I am searching the family History of Reichman. The family is known to
have been in the Bavaria area of Germany since 1850 with the birth of
Max. He married Rose Thunauer >from Burgkunstadt, Germany and had a
daughter Ida in 1893.

Peter Moore cimo+AEA-bigpond.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching family name Reichman #general

Meredith Ciddor <cimo@...>
 

I am searching the family History of Reichman. The family is known to
have been in the Bavaria area of Germany since 1850 with the birth of
Max. He married Rose Thunauer >from Burgkunstadt, Germany and had a
daughter Ida in 1893.

Peter Moore cimo+AEA-bigpond.com


Re: continuation Obuda research #hungary

Alan E. Strauss <ah448@...>
 

Does anyone know about a journal called SHEMOT, it has an article about
OBuda Major New Database on WWW, 19. 1996 4:4. I am trying to find this?

Thanks AES
I think it is >from the Great Britain Jewish GEn Society.
--
____________________
Alan Strauss
ah448@osfn.org


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: continuation Obuda research #hungary

Alan E. Strauss <ah448@...>
 

Does anyone know about a journal called SHEMOT, it has an article about
OBuda Major New Database on WWW, 19. 1996 4:4. I am trying to find this?

Thanks AES
I think it is >from the Great Britain Jewish GEn Society.
--
____________________
Alan Strauss
ah448@osfn.org