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Re: Dokszyce Cemetery #belarus

Peri282ul@...
 

LOGANISJUDD@prodigy.net writes:
<< DUBINSKY >>

an ann dubinsky was my roommate at the U of CT in 1957-8 she was a sabra and
lived with her family in W. Hartford, CT then. I do not know her married name
we were members of Alpha Episolon Phi

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Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Dokszyce Cemetery #belarus

Peri282ul@...
 

LOGANISJUDD@prodigy.net writes:
<< DUBINSKY >>

an ann dubinsky was my roommate at the U of CT in 1957-8 she was a sabra and
lived with her family in W. Hartford, CT then. I do not know her married name
we were members of Alpha Episolon Phi

MODERATOR'S NOTE: As a reminder for our newer members, please remember to
sign you messages with your full name and your city and state (or country).

If anyone is trying to find the current address or married name of a female
relative who attended a college or university, contact the alumni office.
Most colleges and universities now have web sites which can provide you
with the postal address, e-mail address, and telephone number of the alumni
office.


Family Name DUBINSKY #belarus

Bmkessler@...
 

I have seen some messages going back and forth asking about the family name of
DUBINSKY.
For what it is worth, I have some second cousins by that name. I have very few
details but I offer what I have:

Ethel Dubinsky spouse name ? Seltzer. No other info.

Mollie Dubinsky 12/27/1902 -- 1/18/1993. Spouse Joseph Fishman.

Saul A. Dubinsky 12/18/1907 - 5/1987. Spouse Dorothy ? Founded and ran a real
estate company which is still in operation here.

Bernard M. Kessler St. Louis MO
Bmkessler@aol.com


Belarus SIG #Belarus Family Name DUBINSKY #belarus

Bmkessler@...
 

I have seen some messages going back and forth asking about the family name of
DUBINSKY.
For what it is worth, I have some second cousins by that name. I have very few
details but I offer what I have:

Ethel Dubinsky spouse name ? Seltzer. No other info.

Mollie Dubinsky 12/27/1902 -- 1/18/1993. Spouse Joseph Fishman.

Saul A. Dubinsky 12/18/1907 - 5/1987. Spouse Dorothy ? Founded and ran a real
estate company which is still in operation here.

Bernard M. Kessler St. Louis MO
Bmkessler@aol.com


Re: Dokszyce Cemetery #belarus

Harold Pollins <pollins@...>
 

Thanks to all who responded to my question about this cemetery in Queens,
NYC.

I am told it is located in the old Montefiore Cemetery in Queens.

Harold Pollins
Oxford England

pollins@globalnet.co.uk


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Dokszyce Cemetery #belarus

Harold Pollins <pollins@...>
 

Thanks to all who responded to my question about this cemetery in Queens,
NYC.

I am told it is located in the old Montefiore Cemetery in Queens.

Harold Pollins
Oxford England

pollins@globalnet.co.uk


Anita ARENSTEIN #general

Lou Fine <loufine@...>
 

Dear Genners

I am seeking the whereabouts of Anita ARENSTEIN formerly of Waterbury
CT. I presume she has been married, but I do not know her married name.
Her father: Israel H. ARENSTEIN of Waterbury CT.
Her mother: Sarah (nee FREEMAN) ARENSTEIN of Waterbury.
Paternal Uncle: Harold F. ARENSTEIN Born April 30 1921

Please reply privately to <loufine@juno.com>

Louis A. Fine, Tacoma, WA
<loufine@juno.com>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Anita ARENSTEIN #general

Lou Fine <loufine@...>
 

Dear Genners

I am seeking the whereabouts of Anita ARENSTEIN formerly of Waterbury
CT. I presume she has been married, but I do not know her married name.
Her father: Israel H. ARENSTEIN of Waterbury CT.
Her mother: Sarah (nee FREEMAN) ARENSTEIN of Waterbury.
Paternal Uncle: Harold F. ARENSTEIN Born April 30 1921

Please reply privately to <loufine@juno.com>

Louis A. Fine, Tacoma, WA
<loufine@juno.com>


Change of address #general

Ralph Berrick <rbofrb@...>
 

Please note that effective immediately, my e-mail address has changed
from

rbofrb@fda.net
to:
rbofrb@san.rr.com

Please note your address book accordingly. Thanks.

Ralph Berrick


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Change of address #general

Ralph Berrick <rbofrb@...>
 

Please note that effective immediately, my e-mail address has changed
from

rbofrb@fda.net
to:
rbofrb@san.rr.com

Please note your address book accordingly. Thanks.

Ralph Berrick


Lookups at Kew #general

Paul Fisher <fisherpaul@...>
 

Could someone in London lookup two passenger manifests for me at the
Public Record Office in Kew.

I realize this could be difficult and time consuming but I do have the
American manifests with all necessary info for a search.

In exchange, I can do lookups in US census records >from my branch of the
National Archives.

Paul Fisher
Atlanta, Georgia

Searching BROUDE (Kelme, Lithuania) and Minneapolis, Philadelphia
KAPLAN (Kelme, Lithuania) and Minneapolis
FLEISHER (Kelme, Lithuania)
GRABINA (Wyszkow, Poland)
ZIMNOWODZ (Warsaw and Wyszkow, Poland)
SHARE, SCHEAR (Tolstoye, Ukraine) formerly Touste, Austria


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lookups at Kew #general

Paul Fisher <fisherpaul@...>
 

Could someone in London lookup two passenger manifests for me at the
Public Record Office in Kew.

I realize this could be difficult and time consuming but I do have the
American manifests with all necessary info for a search.

In exchange, I can do lookups in US census records >from my branch of the
National Archives.

Paul Fisher
Atlanta, Georgia

Searching BROUDE (Kelme, Lithuania) and Minneapolis, Philadelphia
KAPLAN (Kelme, Lithuania) and Minneapolis
FLEISHER (Kelme, Lithuania)
GRABINA (Wyszkow, Poland)
ZIMNOWODZ (Warsaw and Wyszkow, Poland)
SHARE, SCHEAR (Tolstoye, Ukraine) formerly Touste, Austria


KAPLAN From Kiev #general

mouchenik <moucheni@...>
 

I information retrieval on the KAPLAN family originating in Kiev. Its
emigration in France goes back to the years thousand eight hundred and
sixty five thousand eight hundred and seventy. Does there exist a
study of this name, its origins, and various branches composing it?
Thank you for your answer.

mall moucheni@club-internet.fr
Dan Mouchenik


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KAPLAN From Kiev #general

mouchenik <moucheni@...>
 

I information retrieval on the KAPLAN family originating in Kiev. Its
emigration in France goes back to the years thousand eight hundred and
sixty five thousand eight hundred and seventy. Does there exist a
study of this name, its origins, and various branches composing it?
Thank you for your answer.

mall moucheni@club-internet.fr
Dan Mouchenik


problem with mapquest maps #general

Howard and Annette Lackman <hlack@...>
 

My quest for help in reproducing the "star" icon when printing mapquest
maps drew many welcome responses, for which I say "todah raba>" I had
neglected to say that I use a Mac, with Netscape Navigator; thus,
several of the responses were not applicable to my needs, though much
appreciated. Special thanks to Jose Gutstein, who provided the simplest
solution of all: go directly to the Mapquest site, instead of through
ShtetlSeeker. Worked perfectly. Many thanks, Jose.
Annette Lackman, Arlington, Texas

MODERATOR NOTE: Since the original question has been
answered satisfactorily, we can now close this thread.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen problem with mapquest maps #general

Howard and Annette Lackman <hlack@...>
 

My quest for help in reproducing the "star" icon when printing mapquest
maps drew many welcome responses, for which I say "todah raba>" I had
neglected to say that I use a Mac, with Netscape Navigator; thus,
several of the responses were not applicable to my needs, though much
appreciated. Special thanks to Jose Gutstein, who provided the simplest
solution of all: go directly to the Mapquest site, instead of through
ShtetlSeeker. Worked perfectly. Many thanks, Jose.
Annette Lackman, Arlington, Texas

MODERATOR NOTE: Since the original question has been
answered satisfactorily, we can now close this thread.


S425 surname mailing list announcement #general

Steven Schlossman <maillist@...>
 

S-425. A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information
regarding surnames with the soundex S425 in any place and at any time. You
must be a subscriber to post to the list and posting instructions will be
provided when you subscribe. To subscribe send the word "subscribe"
(without the quotes) as the only text in the body of a message to
S425-l-request@rootsweb.com (mail mode) or
S425-d-request@rootsweb.com (digest mode).

..steven


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen S425 surname mailing list announcement #general

Steven Schlossman <maillist@...>
 

S-425. A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information
regarding surnames with the soundex S425 in any place and at any time. You
must be a subscriber to post to the list and posting instructions will be
provided when you subscribe. To subscribe send the word "subscribe"
(without the quotes) as the only text in the body of a message to
S425-l-request@rootsweb.com (mail mode) or
S425-d-request@rootsweb.com (digest mode).

..steven


The Unbroken Chain #general

Ricki L. Zunk <rickiz@...>
 

Hi All:

Neil Rosenstein's book was mentioned to the group last week. For some
time now, I have been upset, because I bought a copy of it at a lecture
he gave in Westfield, NJ, on September 19, 1978. I thought that I had
inadvertently donated my copy to the Miami-Dade Library. Imagine my
pleasure at finding the book yesterday, hiding in a closet. It's even
got a dedication handwritten on the flyleaf >from Neil. I'd forgotten
just how informative the book was. Ironically, when I began my family
research in 1976, there was little help available to Jewish
genealogists. FINDING OUR FATHERS was my first "bible" for researching
Jewish roots. The second "bible" was THE UNBROKEN CHAIN. I set up my
old-fashioned paper files and my family tree outlines in the form that
Neil used in his book. I still use that as my basic repository of
information. While I just started using Family Tree Maker, I still find
my family tree outlines the most useful.

Thanks Neil. You'll never know how really helpful you were back then.
Wish I could find a connection >from any of my family lines to any of
yours. Unfortunately, I can't.

(Mrs.) Ricki Randall Zunk
Miami, FL


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Unbroken Chain #general

Ricki L. Zunk <rickiz@...>
 

Hi All:

Neil Rosenstein's book was mentioned to the group last week. For some
time now, I have been upset, because I bought a copy of it at a lecture
he gave in Westfield, NJ, on September 19, 1978. I thought that I had
inadvertently donated my copy to the Miami-Dade Library. Imagine my
pleasure at finding the book yesterday, hiding in a closet. It's even
got a dedication handwritten on the flyleaf >from Neil. I'd forgotten
just how informative the book was. Ironically, when I began my family
research in 1976, there was little help available to Jewish
genealogists. FINDING OUR FATHERS was my first "bible" for researching
Jewish roots. The second "bible" was THE UNBROKEN CHAIN. I set up my
old-fashioned paper files and my family tree outlines in the form that
Neil used in his book. I still use that as my basic repository of
information. While I just started using Family Tree Maker, I still find
my family tree outlines the most useful.

Thanks Neil. You'll never know how really helpful you were back then.
Wish I could find a connection >from any of my family lines to any of
yours. Unfortunately, I can't.

(Mrs.) Ricki Randall Zunk
Miami, FL