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searching ROSENBERG #general

David Egelman <david@...>
 

(I know it's a common name, but...)
I have recently discovered that my grandfather had a cousin named Hinda Ruchel
ROSENBERG (probably nee IGELMAN), born sometime around the 1870s. She came to
America >from Poland as a widow with three sons and a daughter:

#1(son): Louis ROSENBERG married a woman named Tillie, who apparently was a
niece of his. They had a son, Benjamin, who fought in WWII; and also a
daughter, Marcia (or Marsha?).

#2(son): Henry ROSENBERG married a woman >from Germany, and they adopted her
nephew, whose family had been killed in the Holocaust. Just before WWII Henry
and his wife went to Argentina, then Cuba, and were able to enter the US after
the war ended.

The adopted son of Henry married Louis' daughter, Marcia. Apparently they live
on Long Island. The name should be ROSENBERG, and he may be an accountant.

#3(daughter): the daughter married a GREENBERG/GREENSTEIN(?).

#4(son). No information.

Any information or leads would be of great help.

Thanks in advance,

David Egelman, Ph.D.
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX

Researching:
APPEL (Poland)
DORTORT (Drohobycz, Stryj, Stanislav, Lviv)
EGELMAN/IGELMAN (Warsaw, Grojec, Remberto, Bialobrzeg; also Germany)
GERMANSKY (Poland) KAHANE (Galicia)
KATZ (Poland) MEGEBOW/MISHEBORF (Kiev, Ukr)
MATISHEVSKY/MATUSZEWSKI (Kiev, Ukr)
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See the 2,200 names in my family tree:
http://www.eagleman.com/family


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen searching ROSENBERG #general

David Egelman <david@...>
 

(I know it's a common name, but...)
I have recently discovered that my grandfather had a cousin named Hinda Ruchel
ROSENBERG (probably nee IGELMAN), born sometime around the 1870s. She came to
America >from Poland as a widow with three sons and a daughter:

#1(son): Louis ROSENBERG married a woman named Tillie, who apparently was a
niece of his. They had a son, Benjamin, who fought in WWII; and also a
daughter, Marcia (or Marsha?).

#2(son): Henry ROSENBERG married a woman >from Germany, and they adopted her
nephew, whose family had been killed in the Holocaust. Just before WWII Henry
and his wife went to Argentina, then Cuba, and were able to enter the US after
the war ended.

The adopted son of Henry married Louis' daughter, Marcia. Apparently they live
on Long Island. The name should be ROSENBERG, and he may be an accountant.

#3(daughter): the daughter married a GREENBERG/GREENSTEIN(?).

#4(son). No information.

Any information or leads would be of great help.

Thanks in advance,

David Egelman, Ph.D.
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX

Researching:
APPEL (Poland)
DORTORT (Drohobycz, Stryj, Stanislav, Lviv)
EGELMAN/IGELMAN (Warsaw, Grojec, Remberto, Bialobrzeg; also Germany)
GERMANSKY (Poland) KAHANE (Galicia)
KATZ (Poland) MEGEBOW/MISHEBORF (Kiev, Ukr)
MATISHEVSKY/MATUSZEWSKI (Kiev, Ukr)
List edited by moderator to maximum allowed 6 lines.
See the 2,200 names in my family tree:
http://www.eagleman.com/family


JGS of Southern Nevada-West #general

Sam & Charlotte <samchar@...>
 

On Monday night, October 19th, at the Sahara West Library, 9600 West
Sahara in Las Vegas, the Jewish Genealogy Society of Southern
Nevada-West and their co-sponsor, the Clark County/Las Vegas Library
District were extremely proud of the program that was presented by Gary
Mokotoff on how to find your family roots. The people who attended were
treated to a fascinating and informative talk along with a slide
presentation.

Mary Barkan, a member of the JGSSN-West introduced the speaker, and Gary
detailed his search for his family's history and brought with him many
documents that he then displayed telling how he discovered the paper
trail that led him to information on his ancestors. His successes and
enthusiasm encouraged all who attended to continue with their searches.
It was a very positive experience and Gary made it entertaining as well.

During a question and answer period, he provided many of the attendees
with pertinent information on the correct process to use in researching
their history. It was a wonderful program and was very well received as
we could tell by all the complimentary remarks that evening as well as
all the phone calls we received. It was only due to the fact that the
library was closing that the program finally had to be brought to an
end.

Carole Montello, President of JGSSN-West made a presentation to Gary in
appreciation for his time and efforts in presenting this program to us.

Charlotte Showel
JGSSN-West


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Southern Nevada-West #general

Sam & Charlotte <samchar@...>
 

On Monday night, October 19th, at the Sahara West Library, 9600 West
Sahara in Las Vegas, the Jewish Genealogy Society of Southern
Nevada-West and their co-sponsor, the Clark County/Las Vegas Library
District were extremely proud of the program that was presented by Gary
Mokotoff on how to find your family roots. The people who attended were
treated to a fascinating and informative talk along with a slide
presentation.

Mary Barkan, a member of the JGSSN-West introduced the speaker, and Gary
detailed his search for his family's history and brought with him many
documents that he then displayed telling how he discovered the paper
trail that led him to information on his ancestors. His successes and
enthusiasm encouraged all who attended to continue with their searches.
It was a very positive experience and Gary made it entertaining as well.

During a question and answer period, he provided many of the attendees
with pertinent information on the correct process to use in researching
their history. It was a wonderful program and was very well received as
we could tell by all the complimentary remarks that evening as well as
all the phone calls we received. It was only due to the fact that the
library was closing that the program finally had to be brought to an
end.

Carole Montello, President of JGSSN-West made a presentation to Gary in
appreciation for his time and efforts in presenting this program to us.

Charlotte Showel
JGSSN-West


Re: Town of "Javarov" ("Yavarov") #general

A.Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

SVG wrote:

I tried to enter this town in the JewishGen data base, but it was
rejected. Does anyone out there know of it? (I believe it is in
Poland, perhaps near Czernowitz.) Thank you.

Sara Greenberg (Greenstein)
Please e-mail privately

There are three Jaworo'w [pron. ya vo ruff]i n modern Poland (borders
1945)

1. North of Pulawy, Lublin province
2. Wroclaw province(ex German territory (Breslau) prior to 1945)
3. Near Kutno, Plock province

Another Jaworow (now is called Yavoriv) is located in Ukraine NE from
Lviv (Polish Lwow), ex Austrian Galicia and ex Poland territory between
1918-1939. There is a bit of diastance to Czernowice, located in SE
direction >from this paryicular Jaworow.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Town of "Javarov" ("Yavarov") #general

A.Sharon <a.sharon@...>
 

SVG wrote:

I tried to enter this town in the JewishGen data base, but it was
rejected. Does anyone out there know of it? (I believe it is in
Poland, perhaps near Czernowitz.) Thank you.

Sara Greenberg (Greenstein)
Please e-mail privately

There are three Jaworo'w [pron. ya vo ruff]i n modern Poland (borders
1945)

1. North of Pulawy, Lublin province
2. Wroclaw province(ex German territory (Breslau) prior to 1945)
3. Near Kutno, Plock province

Another Jaworow (now is called Yavoriv) is located in Ukraine NE from
Lviv (Polish Lwow), ex Austrian Galicia and ex Poland territory between
1918-1939. There is a bit of diastance to Czernowice, located in SE
direction >from this paryicular Jaworow.

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Alberta


Re: DISKIN #general

L.M. Berkowitz <lmb@...>
 

If you can read Yiddish, there is a biography of Rabbi Yehoshua Leib
Diskin OBM written in the 1970's. The author is Yosef Scheinberger who
lives in Jerusalem, or at least he did 20 years ago. The title of the
book is "Der= yerdiger Zeil" (Pillar of Fire), independently published.



Leah Berkowitz lmb "at" adni.net lberkow1 "at" ford.com
http://www.jewish-history.com/ Jewish-American History

On 22 Oct 1998 21:57:33 GMT, "Yaacov Tzlil" <tzlil@is.elta.co.il> wrote:

:In order to stabilized the DISKIN branch of my family tree I have
:to find the connection among the three sub-branches, headed by:
:
:1. Leib Diskin (nickname = Leib "Hassid")
:Was born around 1776 and live in Slonim.).
snip
:2. Avraham Diskin (was known later as Avraham Shatz).
:Was born on 1782 in Brestwitz. Father name was Yaacov (Diskin)
snip
:3. Yehoshua Zelig Diskin
:Rabbi (was born before 1822),
: father of Shimon Moshe Diskin and Aharon Diskin.
snip
:Has anybody knows how they are related?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: DISKIN #general

L.M. Berkowitz <lmb@...>
 

If you can read Yiddish, there is a biography of Rabbi Yehoshua Leib
Diskin OBM written in the 1970's. The author is Yosef Scheinberger who
lives in Jerusalem, or at least he did 20 years ago. The title of the
book is "Der= yerdiger Zeil" (Pillar of Fire), independently published.



Leah Berkowitz lmb "at" adni.net lberkow1 "at" ford.com
http://www.jewish-history.com/ Jewish-American History

On 22 Oct 1998 21:57:33 GMT, "Yaacov Tzlil" <tzlil@is.elta.co.il> wrote:

:In order to stabilized the DISKIN branch of my family tree I have
:to find the connection among the three sub-branches, headed by:
:
:1. Leib Diskin (nickname = Leib "Hassid")
:Was born around 1776 and live in Slonim.).
snip
:2. Avraham Diskin (was known later as Avraham Shatz).
:Was born on 1782 in Brestwitz. Father name was Yaacov (Diskin)
snip
:3. Yehoshua Zelig Diskin
:Rabbi (was born before 1822),
: father of Shimon Moshe Diskin and Aharon Diskin.
snip
:Has anybody knows how they are related?


Re: Availability of LDS Microfilms for Israel #belarus

R. Abramson <RebeccaAbramson@...>
 

In answer to the question about LDS centers in Israel-

Because of the volitile religious situation there, Israeli leaders are very
reluctant to allow other religious groups into their country. (Although my
ancestors are Jewish, my family is LDS). There is one study abroad center
there, but I don't believe they have a Family History Center there)

Rebecca Abramson


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Availability of LDS Microfilms for Israel #belarus

R. Abramson <RebeccaAbramson@...>
 

In answer to the question about LDS centers in Israel-

Because of the volitile religious situation there, Israeli leaders are very
reluctant to allow other religious groups into their country. (Although my
ancestors are Jewish, my family is LDS). There is one study abroad center
there, but I don't believe they have a Family History Center there)

Rebecca Abramson


Re: jri-pl digest: October 20, 1998 #poland

GWolff7283@...
 

Always enjoy reading the digests I receive.

Please advise where I would find a database of information/residents of Lumza,
Poland. Not sure the name of the town is spelled correctly, but it should be
fairly close to the correct spelling. Looking for information about residents
in late 1800's through beginning of this century.

Keep up the good work.

Shalom,


Glenda Wolff GWolff7283@aol.com
Irving, Texas


JRI Poland #Poland Re: jri-pl digest: October 20, 1998 #poland

GWolff7283@...
 

Always enjoy reading the digests I receive.

Please advise where I would find a database of information/residents of Lumza,
Poland. Not sure the name of the town is spelled correctly, but it should be
fairly close to the correct spelling. Looking for information about residents
in late 1800's through beginning of this century.

Keep up the good work.

Shalom,


Glenda Wolff GWolff7283@aol.com
Irving, Texas


Re: BASSEIN/BASSIN #belarus

Mpcamitta@...
 

Dear Schelley,
Thanks for writing so soon, and for the great list! I am admittedly new to
geneological research. My question is this: My g-grandfather (Bezalel
Bassein) had five children, two of whom were boys, named Jacob and Leybe.
They were all born in Minsk. I have postcards addressed to them, with Bassein
spelled in Russian, always with the e. In the US, all of their descendents
who kept the name have retained the e. While there are many Bassins and
Basins to be found, I keep wondering if there is something to this spelling.
Do you have any ideas?

MODERATOR'S NOTE: While this is a private response which normally should
not be posted the group, I released it to the group because I thought that
some of the newer members might learn something about name variations.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: BASSEIN/BASSIN #belarus

Mpcamitta@...
 

Dear Schelley,
Thanks for writing so soon, and for the great list! I am admittedly new to
geneological research. My question is this: My g-grandfather (Bezalel
Bassein) had five children, two of whom were boys, named Jacob and Leybe.
They were all born in Minsk. I have postcards addressed to them, with Bassein
spelled in Russian, always with the e. In the US, all of their descendents
who kept the name have retained the e. While there are many Bassins and
Basins to be found, I keep wondering if there is something to this spelling.
Do you have any ideas?

MODERATOR'S NOTE: While this is a private response which normally should
not be posted the group, I released it to the group because I thought that
some of the newer members might learn something about name variations.


Re: Mogeliv Birth Records #belarus

Lsfolks@...
 

Where are the Mogeliv Birth records available, and how do I find them?

Francyne Trackman

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Some years of the Mogilev birth records are available
from your local LDS Family History Library. I posted a message several
weeks ago about the availability of Belarus records. There is a JewishGen
Info File about LDS (Mormon) records with film numbers, etc. There is also
a partial index of births on one of the films. This index was translated
by Bella Nayyer, a former resident of Mogilev who now lives in Brooklyn,
NY. We are attempting to transfer a file with this index to a searchable
database on the Belarus SIG web site. However, everyone should be aware
that the index has the names of the fathers, not the names of the baby. In
addition, it is only for male births and doesn't include some years for
which records are available. In order to develope a more useful database,
it will be necessary to translated/transliterate the Russian/Hebrew records
on the microfilms. This will require a massive effort!


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re:Mogeliv Birth Records #belarus

Lsfolks@...
 

Where are the Mogeliv Birth records available, and how do I find them?

Francyne Trackman

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Some years of the Mogilev birth records are available
from your local LDS Family History Library. I posted a message several
weeks ago about the availability of Belarus records. There is a JewishGen
Info File about LDS (Mormon) records with film numbers, etc. There is also
a partial index of births on one of the films. This index was translated
by Bella Nayyer, a former resident of Mogilev who now lives in Brooklyn,
NY. We are attempting to transfer a file with this index to a searchable
database on the Belarus SIG web site. However, everyone should be aware
that the index has the names of the fathers, not the names of the baby. In
addition, it is only for male births and doesn't include some years for
which records are available. In order to develope a more useful database,
it will be necessary to translated/transliterate the Russian/Hebrew records
on the microfilms. This will require a massive effort!


SCHARTZ or Schwarz or Shwartz or Shwarz , Pennsylvania #general

suzanne henig <mountolive@...>
 

Just discovered >from a newly discovered first cousin on my father's side
(thanks to this discussion group), that my father, Shmuel (Samuel G.
HENIG,) who emigrated to NYC sometime during WW1, his brother Isaac HONIG
of Detroit who emigrated years earlier, and their sister Yetta (married
name unknown) of Detroit were offspring of their mother's second marriage
in Poland.

We don't know the mother's first name or the name of the second marriage
partner whose surname was HOENIG. However, this cousin tells me the surname
of our parents' half brothers or sisters were SCHWARTZ or the above
spellings (or any variants), that family rumor has it they emigrated to
Philadelphia before WW! and that they turned Catholic.
Since all were raised OrthodoxJewish, that would account forthe breach
between Samuel (my father), Isaac and Yetta and their half-siblings.
The mother died in Poland (n.d.) in her nineties.

This is really a long shot but if thereareany Schwartzes out there in
Philadelphia or environs and anyone who knows them, please contact me.

Dr. Suzanne Henig
San Diego, California

MODERATOR NOTE: The JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF)
has 3 entries on the name Schwartz (in Philadelphia)
It can be accessed directly >from our homepage:
http://www.jewishgen.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen SCHARTZ or Schwarz or Shwartz or Shwarz , Pennsylvania #general

suzanne henig <mountolive@...>
 

Just discovered >from a newly discovered first cousin on my father's side
(thanks to this discussion group), that my father, Shmuel (Samuel G.
HENIG,) who emigrated to NYC sometime during WW1, his brother Isaac HONIG
of Detroit who emigrated years earlier, and their sister Yetta (married
name unknown) of Detroit were offspring of their mother's second marriage
in Poland.

We don't know the mother's first name or the name of the second marriage
partner whose surname was HOENIG. However, this cousin tells me the surname
of our parents' half brothers or sisters were SCHWARTZ or the above
spellings (or any variants), that family rumor has it they emigrated to
Philadelphia before WW! and that they turned Catholic.
Since all were raised OrthodoxJewish, that would account forthe breach
between Samuel (my father), Isaac and Yetta and their half-siblings.
The mother died in Poland (n.d.) in her nineties.

This is really a long shot but if thereareany Schwartzes out there in
Philadelphia or environs and anyone who knows them, please contact me.

Dr. Suzanne Henig
San Diego, California

MODERATOR NOTE: The JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF)
has 3 entries on the name Schwartz (in Philadelphia)
It can be accessed directly >from our homepage:
http://www.jewishgen.org


Re: Inmate LIsts - Minsk & Brest Ghettos #belarus

gayle riley <key2pst@...>
 

David, I have never heard about this list but I believe evry bit of info
which can be translated should be. The web is the worlds biggest file of
info.

Gayle

SEEKING Slobodkin's >from Minsk, Garfinkel, Moskovitz, Zelevansky from
Timkovichi
Leah Garfinkel ? daughter of Mendel and Rose Ettie Zelevansky born circ
1860-1880 in Timikovichi, Belarus

David M. Fox wrote:

I am not aware that this list has ever surfaced in the Jewish Genealogy
community. Is anyone aware of this list? If not, I will ask Frank ask
Frank and his wife to transliterate the list. We can eventually add it
to the All Belarus searchable database which is in the planning stages.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Re: Inmate LIsts - Minsk & Brest Ghettos #belarus

gayle riley <key2pst@...>
 

David, I have never heard about this list but I believe evry bit of info
which can be translated should be. The web is the worlds biggest file of
info.

Gayle

SEEKING Slobodkin's >from Minsk, Garfinkel, Moskovitz, Zelevansky from
Timkovichi
Leah Garfinkel ? daughter of Mendel and Rose Ettie Zelevansky born circ
1860-1880 in Timikovichi, Belarus

David M. Fox wrote:

I am not aware that this list has ever surfaced in the Jewish Genealogy
community. Is anyone aware of this list? If not, I will ask Frank ask
Frank and his wife to transliterate the list. We can eventually add it
to the All Belarus searchable database which is in the planning stages.