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Triangle Shirtwaist Fire #general

ACheyette <acheyette@...>
 

Thanks to all who have supplien information to me regaring the fire. As i
live in the UK, getting to a library that may help is going to be
difficult. I have already contacted various organisations (and have a few
more to go!)

If anyone has a list of casualties though, i would be grateful if they
could contact me

Thanks all
Stuart Cheyette

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Triangle Shirtwaist Fire #general

ACheyette <acheyette@...>
 

Thanks to all who have supplien information to me regaring the fire. As i
live in the UK, getting to a library that may help is going to be
difficult. I have already contacted various organisations (and have a few
more to go!)

If anyone has a list of casualties though, i would be grateful if they
could contact me

Thanks all
Stuart Cheyette

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Fw: Jasionowka/Yashinovka #general

Allen B. Saxe <saxe@...>
 

Editorial Board
From: Allen B. Saxe
Subject: Jasionowka/Yashinovka

I am assisting a friend in tracing his family and the community of
Yashinovka (near Rygrod). Their family name was Chavka. He and his parents
left Poland in 1935 and eventually settled in South Africa. We look
forward to locating other persons >from Yashinovka or their descendants.We
have checked both the JewishGen Archives and Family Finder.

Allen B. Saxe

Searching; SCHARJA (Janow k. Sokolka with possible Sephardic roots).
SHOMSKY (Janow and Warsaw)
LEV (Janow,Bialystok,Sokolka)
BENSMAN (Lepel,Sheboygan ) with special search for
MOSEL/MICHAEL/MAX BENSMAN of the Bronx
New Jersey.
ZUSSMAN (Kamen,Belarus)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Fw: Jasionowka/Yashinovka #general

Allen B. Saxe <saxe@...>
 

Editorial Board
From: Allen B. Saxe
Subject: Jasionowka/Yashinovka

I am assisting a friend in tracing his family and the community of
Yashinovka (near Rygrod). Their family name was Chavka. He and his parents
left Poland in 1935 and eventually settled in South Africa. We look
forward to locating other persons >from Yashinovka or their descendants.We
have checked both the JewishGen Archives and Family Finder.

Allen B. Saxe

Searching; SCHARJA (Janow k. Sokolka with possible Sephardic roots).
SHOMSKY (Janow and Warsaw)
LEV (Janow,Bialystok,Sokolka)
BENSMAN (Lepel,Sheboygan ) with special search for
MOSEL/MICHAEL/MAX BENSMAN of the Bronx
New Jersey.
ZUSSMAN (Kamen,Belarus)


Re: Maps #bessarabia

MMS <nospam.mms@...>
 

lawful@globalnet.co.uk (Solicitors Chambers) wrote:

Trying to work out where various ancestors were living in "Poland" over
past centuries, I think that it would be helpful to have transparent
political maps, valid as a particular date, which you could superimpose on
unchanging geographical maps, maybe in a loose-leaf format. Does this
already exist?
"The Pinguin Historical Atlas of Russia" by John Channon ISBN
0-14-0-51326-4 has many historical maps of
the region.

Regards,
Moshe
Moshe Shavit - Israel
mms@actcom.co.il
Searching: KATZ, WAGER >from Davidgrodek, now Belarus

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Re: Ufa (previously USSR) #general

rita <rivke@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners

I'm wondering if there are any of you whose family might have spent the
war years in Ufa USSR. My parents escaped >from Lublin in 1939 and made
their way to Ufa near the Ural Mountains. They lived and worked there
as free citizens (albeit under straitened circumstances) until they were
repatriated to Poland in 1946.

I'm curious about Jewish life there (if any), how Jewish strangers were
received, how they survived, why Ufa etc.

Rita Nash
Sydney Australia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Maps #general

MMS <nospam.mms@...>
 

lawful@globalnet.co.uk (Solicitors Chambers) wrote:

Trying to work out where various ancestors were living in "Poland" over
past centuries, I think that it would be helpful to have transparent
political maps, valid as a particular date, which you could superimpose on
unchanging geographical maps, maybe in a loose-leaf format. Does this
already exist?
"The Pinguin Historical Atlas of Russia" by John Channon ISBN
0-14-0-51326-4 has many historical maps of
the region.

Regards,
Moshe
Moshe Shavit - Israel
mms@actcom.co.il
Searching: KATZ, WAGER >from Davidgrodek, now Belarus

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Ufa (previously USSR) #general

rita <rivke@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners

I'm wondering if there are any of you whose family might have spent the
war years in Ufa USSR. My parents escaped >from Lublin in 1939 and made
their way to Ufa near the Ural Mountains. They lived and worked there
as free citizens (albeit under straitened circumstances) until they were
repatriated to Poland in 1946.

I'm curious about Jewish life there (if any), how Jewish strangers were
received, how they survived, why Ufa etc.

Rita Nash
Sydney Australia


Re: Gravestone Name YDYDYH? #general

Ury Link <uryl@...>
 

The name Jedidiah (Yud-Dalet-Yud-Dalet-Yud-He) is a common name that is
used by male and female, special in the Orient as a female name. The
source is: Shemuel B cap 14 ,24,25.:

...And she bore a son, and he called his name Solomon and the lord love
him .And he sent by the hand of Nathan the prophet, and he called his
name Jedidiah.

You see it is a Biblical name. You second question is about Louis and
you give in you letter the answer. Louis is Levy and also Lieber is
Levy. ( in some cases at can be Yehuda Leib ,and Lieber come >from
Lamed-Yud-Bet the Hebrew letters for Leib) . So the Hebrew name was
Yakow ben Jedidiah and the family name is Ha-Levy.

Ury link
Amsterdam
Holland

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re:Gravestone Name YDYDYH? #general

Ury Link <uryl@...>
 

The name Jedidiah (Yud-Dalet-Yud-Dalet-Yud-He) is a common name that is
used by male and female, special in the Orient as a female name. The
source is: Shemuel B cap 14 ,24,25.:

...And she bore a son, and he called his name Solomon and the lord love
him .And he sent by the hand of Nathan the prophet, and he called his
name Jedidiah.

You see it is a Biblical name. You second question is about Louis and
you give in you letter the answer. Louis is Levy and also Lieber is
Levy. ( in some cases at can be Yehuda Leib ,and Lieber come >from
Lamed-Yud-Bet the Hebrew letters for Leib) . So the Hebrew name was
Yakow ben Jedidiah and the family name is Ha-Levy.

Ury link
Amsterdam
Holland

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Divorce records #general

David Fielker <david@...>
 

I had a similar situation to that of Judi Langer-Surnamer Caplan. My
great-uncle Henry SCHNEEBAUM's Declaration of Intent in March 1922 said he
was living in Manhattan and his wife Blanche was living in Newark NJ,
which was a surprise because I had never heard of Blanche! Census records
and a marriage certificate confirmed that Henry had married Blanche and
they were living with her parents in Newark. As I knew he married Dora in
1923, I wondered what had happened to Blanche. There was no death record
for her in NYC or NJ, nor could anyone find a divorce record, and I began
to think she was buried under some floorboards somewhere!

Then a professional genealogist in Trenton (who I had used several times
before) came across divorce records in the Information Center of the
Superior Court of New Jersey in Trenton. If the petitioner was living in NJ
then that may be the best place to look.

David Fielker
London, UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Divorce records #general

David Fielker <david@...>
 

I had a similar situation to that of Judi Langer-Surnamer Caplan. My
great-uncle Henry SCHNEEBAUM's Declaration of Intent in March 1922 said he
was living in Manhattan and his wife Blanche was living in Newark NJ,
which was a surprise because I had never heard of Blanche! Census records
and a marriage certificate confirmed that Henry had married Blanche and
they were living with her parents in Newark. As I knew he married Dora in
1923, I wondered what had happened to Blanche. There was no death record
for her in NYC or NJ, nor could anyone find a divorce record, and I began
to think she was buried under some floorboards somewhere!

Then a professional genealogist in Trenton (who I had used several times
before) came across divorce records in the Information Center of the
Superior Court of New Jersey in Trenton. If the petitioner was living in NJ
then that may be the best place to look.

David Fielker
London, UK


Re: Lviv Address #general

JLowenkron@...
 

Dear Mel and Fellow Genners,
That productive address in Lviv is:The Main Administration of the
Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, The Central State Historical Archives
of Kkraine, City of Lviv, Soborna sq. 3-a, Lviv, UA-290008.....a couple
of words to the wise...they send the bill with the information, and dont
ask you in advance whether or not you want to pay for it, they Use
Bankers Trust Co in NY...acct 04 094 040 and they write in Russian, tho
they dont mind if YOU write in English...their copies are a bit hard to
read..I got a school record for my probable relative Rozalja Lowenkron
(Pinkas) >from 1922...the 6 other names on the page were Nadraski, Banas,
Jewusz, Josef Nowak, and Bachewiski, all >from the shtetl Derewnia. The
second page was a Death Record list >from 1862...very hard to read the
poor quality handwritten list...there are 22 people mentioned, all >from
the Zolkiew area with cause of death, date, address and cause of
death...Im going to take the list to a good copy center and see whether
they can get it clearer, and if it's ok with the moderator, I'll post
the list of names...OK?

Jane Lowenkron, NYC


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Lviv Address #general

JLowenkron@...
 

Dear Mel and Fellow Genners,
That productive address in Lviv is:The Main Administration of the
Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, The Central State Historical Archives
of Kkraine, City of Lviv, Soborna sq. 3-a, Lviv, UA-290008.....a couple
of words to the wise...they send the bill with the information, and dont
ask you in advance whether or not you want to pay for it, they Use
Bankers Trust Co in NY...acct 04 094 040 and they write in Russian, tho
they dont mind if YOU write in English...their copies are a bit hard to
read..I got a school record for my probable relative Rozalja Lowenkron
(Pinkas) >from 1922...the 6 other names on the page were Nadraski, Banas,
Jewusz, Josef Nowak, and Bachewiski, all >from the shtetl Derewnia. The
second page was a Death Record list >from 1862...very hard to read the
poor quality handwritten list...there are 22 people mentioned, all >from
the Zolkiew area with cause of death, date, address and cause of
death...Im going to take the list to a good copy center and see whether
they can get it clearer, and if it's ok with the moderator, I'll post
the list of names...OK?

Jane Lowenkron, NYC


Leipziger Juedisches Jahr und Adressbuch 1933 #general

RANI <defaultuser@...>
 

I have a list of jews who lived in Leipzig (Germany) in 1933.
The list contains Names , address and profession.

if someone need any information , please write to: ofer@lufthansa.co.il

regards , Ofer Kisch


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Leipziger Juedisches Jahr und Adressbuch 1933 #general

RANI <defaultuser@...>
 

I have a list of jews who lived in Leipzig (Germany) in 1933.
The list contains Names , address and profession.

if someone need any information , please write to: ofer@lufthansa.co.il

regards , Ofer Kisch


Re: Searching: VELSHER or similar #general

torrance@...
 

On 7 Nov 1998 13:33:37 -0800, eforster@adtech.net (Eric Forster)
wrote:

Try Felcher. You'll find some (originally >from Poland) in the Brooklyn,
N.Y. phone directory.
...

from my own family tree I am informed that the term Felscher was also
descriptive of a person's profession: viz, a medical doctor.

Alan Torrance

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Re: Searching: VELSHER or similar #general

alter ophir <alterdina@...>
 

Benne Velsher wrote:

The English spelling of my family name is
VELSHER
...

The original word and also family name is: Feldsher, a russian word for a
paramedic. The word itself is >from German origin, but was a common jewish
family name in Russia and Poland.

Alter Ophir
alterdina@ashdot-a.org.il

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching: VELSHER or similar #general

torrance@...
 

On 7 Nov 1998 13:33:37 -0800, eforster@adtech.net (Eric Forster)
wrote:

Try Felcher. You'll find some (originally >from Poland) in the Brooklyn,
N.Y. phone directory.
...

from my own family tree I am informed that the term Felscher was also
descriptive of a person's profession: viz, a medical doctor.

Alan Torrance

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching: VELSHER or similar #general

alter ophir <alterdina@...>
 

Benne Velsher wrote:

The English spelling of my family name is
VELSHER
...

The original word and also family name is: Feldsher, a russian word for a
paramedic. The word itself is >from German origin, but was a common jewish
family name in Russia and Poland.

Alter Ophir
alterdina@ashdot-a.org.il

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