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Searching: EISSLER #general

Hgurski <hgurski@...>
 

Looking for EISSLER >from all over the world.
See what I already know about:
Go to http://members.aol.com/hgurski/index.htm

Greetings
Hanno Gurski


MODERATOR'S NOTE: This site is in German.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: EISSLER #general

Hgurski <hgurski@...>
 

Looking for EISSLER >from all over the world.
See what I already know about:
Go to http://members.aol.com/hgurski/index.htm

Greetings
Hanno Gurski


MODERATOR'S NOTE: This site is in German.


Re: Searching: GORISH/GORSKY - from Danzig, Prussia #general

Hgurski <hgurski@...>
 

Please go to my homepage and click there
on the GURSKI button.

Maybe you find some useful stuff?

http://members.aol.com/hgurski/index.htm

Hanno Gurski

MODERATOR'S NOTE: This site is in German.


Searching: YABCOWITZ #general

Stephen Z. Schneider <sschneid@...>
 

I am searching for member of the JABCOWICZ/YAPKOWITZ family >from Siedlce,
Poland>Chicago >NYC>Los Angeles.

Stephen Schneider
sschneid@sricboces.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching: GORISH/GORSKY - from Danzig, Prussia #general

Hgurski <hgurski@...>
 

Please go to my homepage and click there
on the GURSKI button.

Maybe you find some useful stuff?

http://members.aol.com/hgurski/index.htm

Hanno Gurski

MODERATOR'S NOTE: This site is in German.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: YABCOWITZ #general

Stephen Z. Schneider <sschneid@...>
 

I am searching for member of the JABCOWICZ/YAPKOWITZ family >from Siedlce,
Poland>Chicago >NYC>Los Angeles.

Stephen Schneider
sschneid@sricboces.org


Searching: PODEVIK / PUDEVEIK #general

AZ61BROOK@...
 

Dear JGenners,

Hello. I have a problem I want to throw out to you folks.
My GGF, Nathan CHEIFETZ was married twice, and no one knows the true names of either woman. The first wife died in Belarus. Her name might be Sara
LEWBERG (this is on my Grandfather's marriage certificate as his Mother's name).

On my Uncle's marriage cert., Mother's name is Sara PODEVIK.
On my Aunt's marriage cert., Mother's name is Sasha / Sarha PUDEVEIK.

The first wife was the mother of all the children. The second one, known
only as Muma, came to the US, with her new family. I have photos of her, but I don't know her name!

I realize that some of the children could have put the Stepmother down as the "Mother," but it was known in the family that the Stepmother "Muma" was not close with her stepchildren.

Thanks in advance,

Bonnie Miller
SF, CA

Searching: CHEIFETZ, KOREN, STRUMPF


Re: Searching: TANNENBAUM #general

PROGENEA <progenea@...>
 

Hallo,

only a information >from PROGENEA in Berlin.
I know only one Tannenbaum:

Jacob TANNENBAUM, born 23. August 1917 in Frankfurt a. Main.

It can be that this helps you in future.

Hans-Juergen Braeunig
Berlin


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: PODEVIK / PUDEVEIK #general

AZ61BROOK@...
 

Dear JGenners,

Hello. I have a problem I want to throw out to you folks.
My GGF, Nathan CHEIFETZ was married twice, and no one knows the true names of either woman. The first wife died in Belarus. Her name might be Sara
LEWBERG (this is on my Grandfather's marriage certificate as his Mother's name).

On my Uncle's marriage cert., Mother's name is Sara PODEVIK.
On my Aunt's marriage cert., Mother's name is Sasha / Sarha PUDEVEIK.

The first wife was the mother of all the children. The second one, known
only as Muma, came to the US, with her new family. I have photos of her, but I don't know her name!

I realize that some of the children could have put the Stepmother down as the "Mother," but it was known in the family that the Stepmother "Muma" was not close with her stepchildren.

Thanks in advance,

Bonnie Miller
SF, CA

Searching: CHEIFETZ, KOREN, STRUMPF


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching: TANNENBAUM #general

PROGENEA <progenea@...>
 

Hallo,

only a information >from PROGENEA in Berlin.
I know only one Tannenbaum:

Jacob TANNENBAUM, born 23. August 1917 in Frankfurt a. Main.

It can be that this helps you in future.

Hans-Juergen Braeunig
Berlin


Hungarian Survivors #general

Louis Schonfeld <lmagyar@...>
 

I am posting this message at the behest of Ernie Light, born in Ungvar circa
1927 and living in Pittsburgh, PA since 1946.

He is looking for any forced labor battallion survivors who may have worked
in the copper mines of Bor, Yugoslavia in 1943.

He is also looking for survivors who may have been with him on the following
route:
Evacuated >from Aushwitz in 1944 to Warsaw (to clean up remains of ghetto
area) then taken to Kutno, Poland then to Mulhdorf and finally to Dachau
where he was liberated.

If either of these two scenarios seem familiar to you please contact me at
Lmagyar@en.com
I will put you in touch with Ernie.

Louis Schonfeld


Searching: SCHARNOW in Philadelphia #general

manuela wyler <mwyler@...>
 

Asking information for someone in France. Looking for his uncle and family
His name is (or was) Nathan SCHARNOW and wife Rosa. They used to live in
Philadelphia
829, Solly Avenue
As Nathan was born in the begining of the century and doesn't appear anymore in the telephone book of Philadelphia we think either he is
retired in Jewish retirement home or deceased.
Do you have any idea to whom I can email to check in the community or to city hall
Thank you >from Alfred Brestin /by Manuela Wyler


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Hungarian Survivors #general

Louis Schonfeld <lmagyar@...>
 

I am posting this message at the behest of Ernie Light, born in Ungvar circa
1927 and living in Pittsburgh, PA since 1946.

He is looking for any forced labor battallion survivors who may have worked
in the copper mines of Bor, Yugoslavia in 1943.

He is also looking for survivors who may have been with him on the following
route:
Evacuated >from Aushwitz in 1944 to Warsaw (to clean up remains of ghetto
area) then taken to Kutno, Poland then to Mulhdorf and finally to Dachau
where he was liberated.

If either of these two scenarios seem familiar to you please contact me at
Lmagyar@en.com
I will put you in touch with Ernie.

Louis Schonfeld


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: SCHARNOW in Philadelphia #general

manuela wyler <mwyler@...>
 

Asking information for someone in France. Looking for his uncle and family
His name is (or was) Nathan SCHARNOW and wife Rosa. They used to live in
Philadelphia
829, Solly Avenue
As Nathan was born in the begining of the century and doesn't appear anymore in the telephone book of Philadelphia we think either he is
retired in Jewish retirement home or deceased.
Do you have any idea to whom I can email to check in the community or to city hall
Thank you >from Alfred Brestin /by Manuela Wyler


San Francisco Bay Area JGS Meeting #general

Dana L. Kurtz <dlkurtz@...>
 

The San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society
announces its next meeting:

MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1998
Congregation Kol Emeth
4175 Manuela Avenue, Palo Alto, CA

Program begins: 7:30pm

Topic: THE YIVO INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH RESEARCH

Speaker: Cecile Kuznitz, Stanford University graduate student

"Since its founding in 1925, YIVO has become the world's preeminent research
institute and academic center for Eastern European Jewish Studies." (YIVO
Web site)

Ms. Kuznitz, a Stanford graduate student, will speak about the importance
of YIVO to
Jewish genealogical research, and the history of this vital organization -
her dissertation
topic. She has worked in the YIVO Archives here her experience included
assisting
genealogists in their research.

Join us!

Visit our website at: www.jewishgen.org/sfbajgs

For more information, contact:
Rodger Rosenberg, President, eandr@ix.netcom.com
Dana Kurtz, Vice President, dlkurtz@ix.netcom.com
Sita Likuski, Membership, sital@aol.com
Judy Baston, Librarian, JRBaston@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen San Francisco Bay Area JGS Meeting #general

Dana L. Kurtz <dlkurtz@...>
 

The San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society
announces its next meeting:

MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1998
Congregation Kol Emeth
4175 Manuela Avenue, Palo Alto, CA

Program begins: 7:30pm

Topic: THE YIVO INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH RESEARCH

Speaker: Cecile Kuznitz, Stanford University graduate student

"Since its founding in 1925, YIVO has become the world's preeminent research
institute and academic center for Eastern European Jewish Studies." (YIVO
Web site)

Ms. Kuznitz, a Stanford graduate student, will speak about the importance
of YIVO to
Jewish genealogical research, and the history of this vital organization -
her dissertation
topic. She has worked in the YIVO Archives here her experience included
assisting
genealogists in their research.

Join us!

Visit our website at: www.jewishgen.org/sfbajgs

For more information, contact:
Rodger Rosenberg, President, eandr@ix.netcom.com
Dana Kurtz, Vice President, dlkurtz@ix.netcom.com
Sita Likuski, Membership, sital@aol.com
Judy Baston, Librarian, JRBaston@aol.com


Re: Dreyfus Family #general

manuela wyler <mwyler@...>
 

My grand mother was a niece of Alfred Dreyfus, her name was Adhle Dreyfus.
Madeleine Levy who was >from the same generation could have been >from his
wife's family or a daughter of one of his sisters, I can check out with
Mulhouse's congregation and on website dedicated to Alsacian Jews. I'll let
you know

Manuela Wyler


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Dreyfus Family #general

manuela wyler <mwyler@...>
 

My grand mother was a niece of Alfred Dreyfus, her name was Adhle Dreyfus.
Madeleine Levy who was >from the same generation could have been >from his
wife's family or a daughter of one of his sisters, I can check out with
Mulhouse's congregation and on website dedicated to Alsacian Jews. I'll let
you know

Manuela Wyler


Re: Madeleine Dreyfus #general

NFatouros@...
 

Dear People,

In his Oct.7, 1998 message (#29) Henry Wellisch asked about Madeleine
Dreyfus who died at Auschwitz.

There is a family tree for Alfred Dreyfus printed in Michael Burns,
"Dreyfus: A Family Affair, 1789-1945," Harper Collins, Publishers,1991.
According to this tree, Madeleine was the granddaughter of Alfred and his wife
Louis Hadamard. Her mother was Jeanne, and her father, Pierre Paul Levy. As a
young girl she had been a girl scout, and as a young woman , a social worker.
When France was invaded, she joined the Resistance and also worked with the
Red Cross. A collaborationist tract in Toulouse spoke of her as the "Jewesss
who dares not speak her name..." and ended its diatribe with "Sweep her out!"

Although the Levys had been warned of a crackdown and had fled Toulouse,
Madeleine had returned to the city to work, and to pack provisions for her
family. While at the family's apartment she was arrested and sent to Drancy.
In 1943, she was put on Convoy No. 62, along with 83 children whom she helped
care for "with forced gaiety." On her arrival at Auschwitz, Madeleine was
assigned to a work group, laboring at an excavation near Birkenau, but she
soon fell ill with typhus. When she died in January, 1944 she weighed less
than 70 pounds.

Naomi Fatouros
NFatouros@aol.com
98/10/08


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Madeleine Dreyfus #general

NFatouros@...
 

Dear People,

In his Oct.7, 1998 message (#29) Henry Wellisch asked about Madeleine
Dreyfus who died at Auschwitz.

There is a family tree for Alfred Dreyfus printed in Michael Burns,
"Dreyfus: A Family Affair, 1789-1945," Harper Collins, Publishers,1991.
According to this tree, Madeleine was the granddaughter of Alfred and his wife
Louis Hadamard. Her mother was Jeanne, and her father, Pierre Paul Levy. As a
young girl she had been a girl scout, and as a young woman , a social worker.
When France was invaded, she joined the Resistance and also worked with the
Red Cross. A collaborationist tract in Toulouse spoke of her as the "Jewesss
who dares not speak her name..." and ended its diatribe with "Sweep her out!"

Although the Levys had been warned of a crackdown and had fled Toulouse,
Madeleine had returned to the city to work, and to pack provisions for her
family. While at the family's apartment she was arrested and sent to Drancy.
In 1943, she was put on Convoy No. 62, along with 83 children whom she helped
care for "with forced gaiety." On her arrival at Auschwitz, Madeleine was
assigned to a work group, laboring at an excavation near Birkenau, but she
soon fell ill with typhus. When she died in January, 1944 she weighed less
than 70 pounds.

Naomi Fatouros
NFatouros@aol.com
98/10/08