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Passenger List names on page - Phil. 12/28/1904 #general

JoeZam@...
 

The following names appear on the same page as family members in my search.
The ship is the Merion, arriving in Philadelphia 12/28/1904.

Ouslander?, Shewa
Yankel
Chaika
Nalhow?, Feivel
Bokelman, Awram
Silber, Aaron
Pin?, Ester
Stippelman, Chajim
Rubinstein, Rose
Nora?
Morris
Sarah
Louis
Levin, Edke?
Nochem
Silberplat, Freide
Sam
Plonn, Esther
Aaron
Osiliansky, Mothel
Czernski, Jurgis?
Sitkowsky, Jacob
Lampert, Morris
Cohen, Max
Rubinstein, Israel
Schneider, David
Zamrin, Hersch
Scher, Jenty?

Please contact me if you wish to obtain further details on any of these
persons >from the list.

Joseph T. Zamrin
Tampa, FL

Searching ZAMRIN, ZAMARIN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Passenger List names on page - Phil. 12/28/1904 #general

JoeZam@...
 

The following names appear on the same page as family members in my search.
The ship is the Merion, arriving in Philadelphia 12/28/1904.

Ouslander?, Shewa
Yankel
Chaika
Nalhow?, Feivel
Bokelman, Awram
Silber, Aaron
Pin?, Ester
Stippelman, Chajim
Rubinstein, Rose
Nora?
Morris
Sarah
Louis
Levin, Edke?
Nochem
Silberplat, Freide
Sam
Plonn, Esther
Aaron
Osiliansky, Mothel
Czernski, Jurgis?
Sitkowsky, Jacob
Lampert, Morris
Cohen, Max
Rubinstein, Israel
Schneider, David
Zamrin, Hersch
Scher, Jenty?

Please contact me if you wish to obtain further details on any of these
persons >from the list.

Joseph T. Zamrin
Tampa, FL

Searching ZAMRIN, ZAMARIN


Exchange USA and Australian research #general

Gary Luke <feraltek@...>
 

There's four brothers, migrants to America >from Germany in the 1870s that I
want to track down, to connect them with the familiy who remained in
Germany, until migrating to Australia in 1938. It would possibly involve
checking naturalisation, shipping lists, and/or census returns of late last
century and early of this, looking for information about their German
background, and their children born in the USA. I've been in contact with
current descendents in the USA but they are either too inexperienced or are
not able to spend time on research although some of them are interested. I
have a few names and places >from earlier this century as a possible
starting point for working backwards. The surname is Kreielsheimer, and I
think (but not sure) they arrived on the east coast. There could be a
couple of other names to follow.

In exchange I'm willing to do research into Australian records. Please
reply if you are experienced in this and want experienced research from
Australia.

Gary


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Exchange USA and Australian research #general

Gary Luke <feraltek@...>
 

There's four brothers, migrants to America >from Germany in the 1870s that I
want to track down, to connect them with the familiy who remained in
Germany, until migrating to Australia in 1938. It would possibly involve
checking naturalisation, shipping lists, and/or census returns of late last
century and early of this, looking for information about their German
background, and their children born in the USA. I've been in contact with
current descendents in the USA but they are either too inexperienced or are
not able to spend time on research although some of them are interested. I
have a few names and places >from earlier this century as a possible
starting point for working backwards. The surname is Kreielsheimer, and I
think (but not sure) they arrived on the east coast. There could be a
couple of other names to follow.

In exchange I'm willing to do research into Australian records. Please
reply if you are experienced in this and want experienced research from
Australia.

Gary


Re: How label photos safely? #general

Gertrude Ogushwitz <gsogush@...>
 

Special marking pens are listed in Heritage Quest's "Preservation Products
Catalog." Call H-Q at 1-800-760-2455 to request a free copy. Your local camera
shop might offer these and other acid-free products. Acid-free labels are
available >from your local stationery dealer.
Gertrude Ogushwitz


On 8/9/98 SBWeiner@... wrote: "is there a safe way to label photos? Does it
hurt the photo if you write in ink on the back?"


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: How label photos safely? #general

Gertrude Ogushwitz <gsogush@...>
 

Special marking pens are listed in Heritage Quest's "Preservation Products
Catalog." Call H-Q at 1-800-760-2455 to request a free copy. Your local camera
shop might offer these and other acid-free products. Acid-free labels are
available >from your local stationery dealer.
Gertrude Ogushwitz


On 8/9/98 SBWeiner@... wrote: "is there a safe way to label photos? Does it
hurt the photo if you write in ink on the back?"


Re: Labelling Photos #general

Ronisl@...
 

Sally Bruckheimer wrote:

<< I would not write on a photo even with a felt tip pen-the ink might
bleed or fade. I have used tracing paper:......>>

To avoid any chance of ruining the photo, I make a xerox of it and label that
copy with all the information. Just another idea.
Yours,
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
New York


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Labelling Photos #general

Ronisl@...
 

Sally Bruckheimer wrote:

<< I would not write on a photo even with a felt tip pen-the ink might
bleed or fade. I have used tracing paper:......>>

To avoid any chance of ruining the photo, I make a xerox of it and label that
copy with all the information. Just another idea.
Yours,
Roni Seibel Liebowitz
New York


Labelling photos #general

ENZOFALCO@...
 

Because of the bleeding of ink >from the back to the front of a photograph, a
photographic store recommended a fine point and fast drying pen: Sanford
Sharpie Ultra Fine Point Permanent Marker Series No. 37000.

Enzo Falco
Sudbury, Mass.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Labelling photos #general

ENZOFALCO@...
 

Because of the bleeding of ink >from the back to the front of a photograph, a
photographic store recommended a fine point and fast drying pen: Sanford
Sharpie Ultra Fine Point Permanent Marker Series No. 37000.

Enzo Falco
Sudbury, Mass.


How to #general

DSpiro2709@...
 

I am new at geneology. Can you help me in finding information about deceased
members of my family? My grandfather on my father's side name is Reuben
Spiro and he was born in Poland. Can you give me any suggestions or send me
any written information as to how to proceed

Thank you. dspiro2709@...


MODERATOR NOTE: There is a wealth of information to help
you further your research. You can get a list of all the
resources available by accessing our homepage at :
http://www.jewishgen.org

Under the heading RESEARCH you will find :
JewishGen FamilyFinder (JGFF). To add your data select
ENTER which will take you through the process as a first
time entrant.
Also go to SEARCH and look for other people researching
the same surnames.

By the way: Family Finder (JGFF) has 12 entries on the
name SPIRO, including 8 >from Poland.

Under the heading LEARN you will find :
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) and InfoFiles. A great
resource for those just starting their genealogy, and even
for the "veterans" (Grin)

And finally, one more source: We have posted many messages
from people researching or mentioning the name SPIRO. All
messages posted after September 1993 can be found in the
JewishGen Discussion Group Archives at
http://www1.jewishgen.org/databases/archive.htm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen How to #general

DSpiro2709@...
 

I am new at geneology. Can you help me in finding information about deceased
members of my family? My grandfather on my father's side name is Reuben
Spiro and he was born in Poland. Can you give me any suggestions or send me
any written information as to how to proceed

Thank you. dspiro2709@...


MODERATOR NOTE: There is a wealth of information to help
you further your research. You can get a list of all the
resources available by accessing our homepage at :
http://www.jewishgen.org

Under the heading RESEARCH you will find :
JewishGen FamilyFinder (JGFF). To add your data select
ENTER which will take you through the process as a first
time entrant.
Also go to SEARCH and look for other people researching
the same surnames.

By the way: Family Finder (JGFF) has 12 entries on the
name SPIRO, including 8 >from Poland.

Under the heading LEARN you will find :
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) and InfoFiles. A great
resource for those just starting their genealogy, and even
for the "veterans" (Grin)

And finally, one more source: We have posted many messages
from people researching or mentioning the name SPIRO. All
messages posted after September 1993 can be found in the
JewishGen Discussion Group Archives at
http://www1.jewishgen.org/databases/archive.htm


Re: Hebrew lettering #general

ari@...
 

I hope this helps you.

Ruchal--Resh, Chet, Lamed
Lea--Lamed, Alef, Heh
Gittel--Gimmel, Yud, Tes, Lamed
Meyer--Mem, Yud, Alef, Resh
Bas--Beis, Taf (Is this the complete name? Usually it is part of Bas Sheva.
Or it is used to mean daughter)

The name Toba (girl's name) is spelled Tes, Vav, Bes, Heh.

All the best,
Ari Sputz

I am finally getting around to have a stone placed on the grave of my fathers
sister who died in 1910 and need some names converted to Hebrew lettering. if
some one can give me the name of the letter I can have the stone cut. It took
me almost 2 years to find the grave.
The names are
Ruchal - Lea - Gittel - Meyer - Bas
One additional question could the name Toba be Temma

Thanks in advance
Errol Schneegurt eses@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Hebrew lettering #general

ari@...
 

I hope this helps you.

Ruchal--Resh, Chet, Lamed
Lea--Lamed, Alef, Heh
Gittel--Gimmel, Yud, Tes, Lamed
Meyer--Mem, Yud, Alef, Resh
Bas--Beis, Taf (Is this the complete name? Usually it is part of Bas Sheva.
Or it is used to mean daughter)

The name Toba (girl's name) is spelled Tes, Vav, Bes, Heh.

All the best,
Ari Sputz

I am finally getting around to have a stone placed on the grave of my fathers
sister who died in 1910 and need some names converted to Hebrew lettering. if
some one can give me the name of the letter I can have the stone cut. It took
me almost 2 years to find the grave.
The names are
Ruchal - Lea - Gittel - Meyer - Bas
One additional question could the name Toba be Temma

Thanks in advance
Errol Schneegurt eses@...


Searching GUGIG / GOGEK #general

Samuel Freedman <danceman@...>
 

I am searching for ancestors of Philip, Morris and Harry GUGIG, who may
have come to the United States >from Peczenezhin in Galicia toward ther
turn of the century. The name may have been modified to GOGEK by the INS
duringthe entry procedure. I am also seeking the ancestors of Gus
Gugig and his father Benjamin Gugig.Please respond to
Samuel Freedman
danceman@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching GUGIG / GOGEK #general

Samuel Freedman <danceman@...>
 

I am searching for ancestors of Philip, Morris and Harry GUGIG, who may
have come to the United States >from Peczenezhin in Galicia toward ther
turn of the century. The name may have been modified to GOGEK by the INS
duringthe entry procedure. I am also seeking the ancestors of Gus
Gugig and his father Benjamin Gugig.Please respond to
Samuel Freedman
danceman@...


Re: Family Tree of the Jewish People. #general

Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz <spamtrap@...>
 

swit@... (Yehuda Witenoff) wrote:

Bottom line is, if you want your data online as quickly as possible
visit our homepage at http://www.jewishgen.org click on Family Tree
of the Jewish People which will take you right to our site where you
can upload the information yourself.
I've previously submitted some data, but I've got more information now
and I've also got an update to the genealogy software that I'm using.
Before I resubmit my data, I'd like to modify the export procedures to
include Hebrew names. Are there standard tags for transliterations of
Hebrew names or for Yahrzeit dates in GEDCOM?

Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz,


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Family Tree of the Jewish People. #general

Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz <spamtrap@...>
 

swit@... (Yehuda Witenoff) wrote:

Bottom line is, if you want your data online as quickly as possible
visit our homepage at http://www.jewishgen.org click on Family Tree
of the Jewish People which will take you right to our site where you
can upload the information yourself.
I've previously submitted some data, but I've got more information now
and I've also got an update to the genealogy software that I'm using.
Before I resubmit my data, I'd like to modify the export procedures to
include Hebrew names. Are there standard tags for transliterations of
Hebrew names or for Yahrzeit dates in GEDCOM?

Shmuel (Seymour J.) Metz,


fyi: Genealogy on South Florida Net #general

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

TO: South Florida visitors and residents.
RE: SEFLIN Free-Net, The SouthEast Florida Library Information Network

SEFLIN has upgraded its software. Now users can access the JewishGen web
and soc.genealogy.jewish (Discussion Group) via the Internet and/or the
Free-Net.

Url to:
SEFLIN's Gateway to Genealogy Related Resources
Via the Internet: http://www.seflin.org/genealogy/index.html
Via the SEFLIN Free-Net: (menu=genealogy) (Text only)

Visitors and residents can also gain free access to the Internet at
local public library computers. Membership (small fee) is required only
for e-mail access.
SEFLIN Free-Net Home page: http://www.seflin.org/index.html

--
Bernard I. Kouchel JGSBCFL
<koosh@...>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen fyi: Genealogy on South Florida Net #general

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

TO: South Florida visitors and residents.
RE: SEFLIN Free-Net, The SouthEast Florida Library Information Network

SEFLIN has upgraded its software. Now users can access the JewishGen web
and soc.genealogy.jewish (Discussion Group) via the Internet and/or the
Free-Net.

Url to:
SEFLIN's Gateway to Genealogy Related Resources
Via the Internet: http://www.seflin.org/genealogy/index.html
Via the SEFLIN Free-Net: (menu=genealogy) (Text only)

Visitors and residents can also gain free access to the Internet at
local public library computers. Membership (small fee) is required only
for e-mail access.
SEFLIN Free-Net Home page: http://www.seflin.org/index.html

--
Bernard I. Kouchel JGSBCFL
<koosh@...>