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Re: Searching: NAGURNEY from Sawcha, Galicia #general

Judith27
 

Dear Peter Nagurney < Pyotr@aol.com>

Have you tried looking at the microfiche AVOTAYNU sells of the list of
towns -- in alphabetical order -- in Galicia??? Maybe you can find the correct
Polish type spelling for this time that way? Also, you might want to check
Where Once We Walked for its listing of shtetlach, both by spelling and by
Daitch-Mokotoff soundexing. (It looks like Sasha soundexes here by their system
to 440000, and some possibilities listed include Ceaca, Cece, Chesa, Csecse,
Sycze among others.... (I didn't check what countries these were in. )
I found the correct spelling for my grandfather's Galician town of Lifsh
by consulting the microfiche. It turned out to be spelled LIWCZE....
Bona fortuna!


My family claims my great grandfather came >from Sawcha, Galicia.
Sawcha is the phonetic pronounciation, ...
Peter Nagurney
Syracuse, NY
Shalom,
Judith Shulamith Langer-Surnamer Caplan, Long Beach, NY

Researching: APPELBAUM, BALINKY, BERNHARDT, BOCHUR, FLIEGEL, LANGER, LEPAR,
NACHUMOVITZ, RODITI, SHAMIS, SURNAMER/ ZURINAMER, WEBER


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Searching: NAGURNEY from Sawcha, Galicia #general

Judith27
 

Dear Peter Nagurney < Pyotr@aol.com>

Have you tried looking at the microfiche AVOTAYNU sells of the list of
towns -- in alphabetical order -- in Galicia??? Maybe you can find the correct
Polish type spelling for this time that way? Also, you might want to check
Where Once We Walked for its listing of shtetlach, both by spelling and by
Daitch-Mokotoff soundexing. (It looks like Sasha soundexes here by their system
to 440000, and some possibilities listed include Ceaca, Cece, Chesa, Csecse,
Sycze among others.... (I didn't check what countries these were in. )
I found the correct spelling for my grandfather's Galician town of Lifsh
by consulting the microfiche. It turned out to be spelled LIWCZE....
Bona fortuna!


My family claims my great grandfather came >from Sawcha, Galicia.
Sawcha is the phonetic pronounciation, ...
Peter Nagurney
Syracuse, NY
Shalom,
Judith Shulamith Langer-Surnamer Caplan, Long Beach, NY

Researching: APPELBAUM, BALINKY, BERNHARDT, BOCHUR, FLIEGEL, LANGER, LEPAR,
NACHUMOVITZ, RODITI, SHAMIS, SURNAMER/ ZURINAMER, WEBER


NY divorce records and second marriage #general

gayle riley <key2pst@...>
 

I am working on a research problem, trying to find my greatgrandfathers
second marriage records, any divorce records that may accset for a wife
who never left Russia. Would NY records be the place, he divorced or
somehow in Russia. The time frame is 1899-1901. After 1901 he was living
in Toronto with his second wife. Then somehow, his children, who were
living in Russia were in his custody in Canada.
I know NY has groom and bride index and health dept. records, what else?
Where are the divorce records or the index of them?
Thanks for any help, this is my biggest research question.
Gayle Riley in San Gabriel, Ca
South of Pasadena.


"Migrations from the Russian Empire" #general

GARY MOKOTOFF <VHWC10A@...>
 

We now have in stock copies of Volumes 5 & 6 of "Migrations >from the
Russian Empire." The information about dates covered had been erroneously
given to us. The correct dates are:

Volume 5 June 1889 - July 1890
Volume 6 August 1890 - June 1891.

The volumes are an index to persons arriving in the Port of New York from
January 1875 - June 1891 who came >from the area that was czarist Russia.

Gary Mokotoff, Publisher
Avotaynu, Inc.

Visit our Web site at http://www.avotaynu.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen NY divorce records and second marriage #general

gayle riley <key2pst@...>
 

I am working on a research problem, trying to find my greatgrandfathers
second marriage records, any divorce records that may accset for a wife
who never left Russia. Would NY records be the place, he divorced or
somehow in Russia. The time frame is 1899-1901. After 1901 he was living
in Toronto with his second wife. Then somehow, his children, who were
living in Russia were in his custody in Canada.
I know NY has groom and bride index and health dept. records, what else?
Where are the divorce records or the index of them?
Thanks for any help, this is my biggest research question.
Gayle Riley in San Gabriel, Ca
South of Pasadena.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen "Migrations from the Russian Empire" #general

GARY MOKOTOFF <VHWC10A@...>
 

We now have in stock copies of Volumes 5 & 6 of "Migrations >from the
Russian Empire." The information about dates covered had been erroneously
given to us. The correct dates are:

Volume 5 June 1889 - July 1890
Volume 6 August 1890 - June 1891.

The volumes are an index to persons arriving in the Port of New York from
January 1875 - June 1891 who came >from the area that was czarist Russia.

Gary Mokotoff, Publisher
Avotaynu, Inc.

Visit our Web site at http://www.avotaynu.com


Weekly Database Update. #lithuania

Anne Rothman <aroth@...>
 

Dear Friends,

We are getting more and more records into the All Lithuanian Database, but
we are also getting more and more records waiting to be input. We are
looking at taking the All Lithuanian Database off of the Web page soon, so
that we can get those records cleaned up and re organized.

Below is a list of records that are in waiting mode, they are waiting for
someone to volunteer to input them. Please if any of these towns mean
anything to you or you just want to help out, let me know. Let Davida
know. We will work with you so that you can work with us.

For Siauliai Uyezd (>from handwritten spreadsheets):

Kurseniai
Saukeniai
Zagare (merchants)

For Vilkomir Uyezd (>from electronic spreadsheets (requiring insertion of
additional columns, cutting & pasting):

Kovarsk
Kupiskis
Raguva
Seta
Svedesiai
Uzpaliai
Vilkomir
Zelva

and for

Oshmyany Uyezd (>from electronic spreadsheets (requiring insertion of
additional columns, cutting & pasting):

Dzevenishki
Lipnishki
Oshmyany
Vishnevo
Volozin

We are all volunteers in this process to keep this process moving along we
need more volunteers. If you have any free time whatsoever, please
consider contacting either me at <aroth@indy.net> or Davida at
<DNHIowa@aol.com>. Some of us don't have any free time and are still
rearranging our schedules to create some time.

Anne Rothman, LitvakSIG Database Manager.
aroth@indy.net


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Weekly Database Update. #lithuania

Anne Rothman <aroth@...>
 

Dear Friends,

We are getting more and more records into the All Lithuanian Database, but
we are also getting more and more records waiting to be input. We are
looking at taking the All Lithuanian Database off of the Web page soon, so
that we can get those records cleaned up and re organized.

Below is a list of records that are in waiting mode, they are waiting for
someone to volunteer to input them. Please if any of these towns mean
anything to you or you just want to help out, let me know. Let Davida
know. We will work with you so that you can work with us.

For Siauliai Uyezd (>from handwritten spreadsheets):

Kurseniai
Saukeniai
Zagare (merchants)

For Vilkomir Uyezd (>from electronic spreadsheets (requiring insertion of
additional columns, cutting & pasting):

Kovarsk
Kupiskis
Raguva
Seta
Svedesiai
Uzpaliai
Vilkomir
Zelva

and for

Oshmyany Uyezd (>from electronic spreadsheets (requiring insertion of
additional columns, cutting & pasting):

Dzevenishki
Lipnishki
Oshmyany
Vishnevo
Volozin

We are all volunteers in this process to keep this process moving along we
need more volunteers. If you have any free time whatsoever, please
consider contacting either me at <aroth@indy.net> or Davida at
<DNHIowa@aol.com>. Some of us don't have any free time and are still
rearranging our schedules to create some time.

Anne Rothman, LitvakSIG Database Manager.
aroth@indy.net


Re: Is ISAAC "Heimish" or "Amish"? #general

Harold Pollins <pollins@...>
 

Judith Romney Wegner wrote:

......

Generally, if the family is Ashkenazic, when a biblical first name like
Isaac becomes a surname ... the anglicized
version will end in "s" -- i.e.. it would be ISAACS rather than ISAAC.
Such Ashknenazic surnames almost NEVER lack the added "S"...
In the case of Sephardim, by contrast, such
surnames are NORMALLY without the added "S." (i.e., they are spelled
exactly the same as forenames: Abraham, Isaac, Joseph, David, etc.)
I notice that in the list of burials 1733-1918 of the London Sephardi
congregation (published 1997) there were ten people with the surname ISAACS
and not one named ISAAC. Similarly in the list of London Sephardi marriages
1837-1901 (published 1973) there are 36 (thirty-six) people named ISAACS
and only two named ISAAC. (That number includes fathers of the spouses.)
The editor of the published marriage list notes that there were very many
marriages between Sephardi men and Ashkenazi women. He identifies the
Ashkenazim by surname while accepting that some - COHEN, LEVY, for example
- are common to both groups and there is scope therefore for error. Of the
36 people named ISAACS only sixteen were women and therefore possibly
Ashkenazi; the twenty men were presumably Sephardi; it was normal for
marriages to take place in the groom's synagogue.

Harold Pollins
Oxford England


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Is ISAAC "Heimish" or "Amish"? #general

Harold Pollins <pollins@...>
 

Judith Romney Wegner wrote:

......

Generally, if the family is Ashkenazic, when a biblical first name like
Isaac becomes a surname ... the anglicized
version will end in "s" -- i.e.. it would be ISAACS rather than ISAAC.
Such Ashknenazic surnames almost NEVER lack the added "S"...
In the case of Sephardim, by contrast, such
surnames are NORMALLY without the added "S." (i.e., they are spelled
exactly the same as forenames: Abraham, Isaac, Joseph, David, etc.)
I notice that in the list of burials 1733-1918 of the London Sephardi
congregation (published 1997) there were ten people with the surname ISAACS
and not one named ISAAC. Similarly in the list of London Sephardi marriages
1837-1901 (published 1973) there are 36 (thirty-six) people named ISAACS
and only two named ISAAC. (That number includes fathers of the spouses.)
The editor of the published marriage list notes that there were very many
marriages between Sephardi men and Ashkenazi women. He identifies the
Ashkenazim by surname while accepting that some - COHEN, LEVY, for example
- are common to both groups and there is scope therefore for error. Of the
36 people named ISAACS only sixteen were women and therefore possibly
Ashkenazi; the twenty men were presumably Sephardi; it was normal for
marriages to take place in the groom's synagogue.

Harold Pollins
Oxford England


jewishgen digest: October 29, 1998 #general

PRES LOIS M FRIEDMAN <ZDJJ37A@...>
 

I really don't know how anyone has the CHUZZPAH to complain about
this mailing list. Just remember
no one, that is correct not one single person is required to
subscribe to this list. As for soliciting funds,
well, that is ones choice. It is not stated anywhere that one must
contribute any funds but considering
what this list provides it would be a joy to make a contribution.
To the person that had negatives to say about this list--weren't you
taught that if you don't have something
good to say then say nothing?
To me, and I can only speak for myself, this list is the one and only
Jewish list that gives & gives and
gives some more. Please look deeper into the positives and pass up
the parts of the messages that
are of no help to you.
I give ACCOLADES to all those dedicated to keeping this list going
because without all of you I would
all be lost in my search. THANK YOU ALL!!! And keep up the great
work and the great contributions of
information.

Lois Friedman


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen jewishgen digest: October 29, 1998 #general

PRES LOIS M FRIEDMAN <ZDJJ37A@...>
 

I really don't know how anyone has the CHUZZPAH to complain about
this mailing list. Just remember
no one, that is correct not one single person is required to
subscribe to this list. As for soliciting funds,
well, that is ones choice. It is not stated anywhere that one must
contribute any funds but considering
what this list provides it would be a joy to make a contribution.
To the person that had negatives to say about this list--weren't you
taught that if you don't have something
good to say then say nothing?
To me, and I can only speak for myself, this list is the one and only
Jewish list that gives & gives and
gives some more. Please look deeper into the positives and pass up
the parts of the messages that
are of no help to you.
I give ACCOLADES to all those dedicated to keeping this list going
because without all of you I would
all be lost in my search. THANK YOU ALL!!! And keep up the great
work and the great contributions of
information.

Lois Friedman


Conscriptio Judaeorum 1725-1775 #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

The FHL has the Conscriptiones Judaeorum for 1725-1775 on seven
films--Europe Film Area 1529693 through 1529699. According to the catalog
entry, info includes the name of the head of house, sometimes wife's and
children's, sometimes just number of family members, number of servants and
their religion, name of landlord on whose land they lived, possessions and
taxes assessed. Arranged by alphabetical order of counties but the latin
spelling of county names if often quite different >from original and
commonly known Hungarian spelling. Like the 1828 census, unless you know
family names already, this data is difficult to use because no surnames are
given.

I have not yet used this information. Would be helpful to know which
counties are included. The catalog says that most of the recoreds are from
areas that are in presentday Hungary, Slovakia, subcarpathian Ukraine, and
Burgenland.

Vivian Kahn


Melody Gross wrote:


Has this Jewish census of 1735-1738 survived? Are people listed by towns?
Are Jews listed w/o surnames? probably.

Does anyone currently have access to this census? If not, where is a copy
available?

Are the Jewish censuses of 1785 and 1787 available? Where? Are people
listed by towns? Anyone into these now?

I appreciate all of your continued help--

Melody Amsel Gross
sunny Beersheva, Israel


*Re: Conscripto Judeorum #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Here is a list of some censuses you can find at the LDS-FHC library:
(by courtesy of Maureen T. B.)

Conscriptiones Judaeorum LDS #:
film # year
^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
1529693 census of 1725-8
1529694 census of 1735
1529695 census of 1753
1529696 census of 1770-1
1529697 census of 1770-1, 1773-4
1529698 census of 1754, 1773-4
1529699 census of 1774
0623114 = census of 1828 <-- type this number and you will get a screen which
is the entry to all counties which have been
filmed. About 370 films!


at 29/10/98 - 06:18 -0200, melody gross wrote:

Has this Jewish census of 1735-1738 survived? Are people listed by towns?
Are Jews listed w/o surnames? probably.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Conscriptio Judaeorum 1725-1775 #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

The FHL has the Conscriptiones Judaeorum for 1725-1775 on seven
films--Europe Film Area 1529693 through 1529699. According to the catalog
entry, info includes the name of the head of house, sometimes wife's and
children's, sometimes just number of family members, number of servants and
their religion, name of landlord on whose land they lived, possessions and
taxes assessed. Arranged by alphabetical order of counties but the latin
spelling of county names if often quite different >from original and
commonly known Hungarian spelling. Like the 1828 census, unless you know
family names already, this data is difficult to use because no surnames are
given.

I have not yet used this information. Would be helpful to know which
counties are included. The catalog says that most of the recoreds are from
areas that are in presentday Hungary, Slovakia, subcarpathian Ukraine, and
Burgenland.

Vivian Kahn


Melody Gross wrote:


Has this Jewish census of 1735-1738 survived? Are people listed by towns?
Are Jews listed w/o surnames? probably.

Does anyone currently have access to this census? If not, where is a copy
available?

Are the Jewish censuses of 1785 and 1787 available? Where? Are people
listed by towns? Anyone into these now?

I appreciate all of your continued help--

Melody Amsel Gross
sunny Beersheva, Israel


Hungary SIG #Hungary *Re: Conscripto Judeorum #hungary

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Here is a list of some censuses you can find at the LDS-FHC library:
(by courtesy of Maureen T. B.)

Conscriptiones Judaeorum LDS #:
film # year
^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
1529693 census of 1725-8
1529694 census of 1735
1529695 census of 1753
1529696 census of 1770-1
1529697 census of 1770-1, 1773-4
1529698 census of 1754, 1773-4
1529699 census of 1774
0623114 = census of 1828 <-- type this number and you will get a screen which
is the entry to all counties which have been
filmed. About 370 films!


at 29/10/98 - 06:18 -0200, melody gross wrote:

Has this Jewish census of 1735-1738 survived? Are people listed by towns?
Are Jews listed w/o surnames? probably.


Conscripito Judeorum (fwd) #hungary

Ujlaki Gyorgy <ujlaki.gyorgy@...>
 

melody gross <melody@gimby.save-net.co.il> 1998.10.29. 10:18:53 +2h-kor irta:

Dear Melody,

Let me make my answer public, since, I hope, it may be subject of general
interest.

@ Has this Jewish census of 1735-1738 survived?

Not only it survived, but was published in:

Monumenta Hungariae Judaica. Magyar-Zsido Okleveltar. Vol. VII. Ed. Grunwald
Fulop and Sandor Scheiber. Budapest, 1963. 864.p.

It includes the following chapters:
1. Preface: Grunwald Fulop and Sandor Scheiber, Settlement of Hungarian Jews
in the first half of the XVIIIth Century.
2. Intoduction: Gyozo Ember, National Conscriptions of Hungarian Jews in the first
half of the XVIIIth Century.
3. Jewish Conscriptions of 1725-1726
4. Jewish Conscriptions of 1727-1728
5, Jewish Conscriptions of 1735-1739
6, Jewish Conscriptions of 1743-1745
7. Jewish Conscriptions of 1746-1748
Index (to place, but not names).

@ Are people listed by towns?

Lists are by old counties (varmegye), then in order of towns, villages, hamlets (not
separately).

@ Are Jews listed w/o surnames? probably.

They are listed by old names. E.g. in Slavic speaking areas (East Hungary), name
and fathers's name plus -ovics: Abraham Herskovics, Volff Zelmanovics, Markus
Samsonovics.
In German speaking areas (W.Hungary): name and father's name: Lebl Mojses,
Wolfgangus Izrael, Salamon Michll. Sometimes occupation is given: Ebedt
Fleischhaker, Cain Schreiber, Tretsll Sneider, place of origin: Isaac Turkischer,
Hirsl Hollesan, Jommel Slezinger. Some have Hungarian surnames: Jacob
Kossuth (Vag Ujhel-Vagujhely), Abraham Voros, Slovak surnames: Wolff Vlcsek,
Abraham Viszoky, Hersl Midlac.

@ Does anyone currently have access to this census?

I have this book, if you need look up, write me!

@ Are the Jewish censuses of 1785 and 1787 available? Where? Are people
listed by towns? Anyone into these now?

I think that has not been published yet. The Jewish Consription of 1767/1768 was
published in:

Monumenta Hungariae Judaica. Magyar-Zsido Okleveltar. Vol. XVI. Ed. Sandor
Scheiber. Budapest, 1974. 566.p.

The order of lists is the same as above.

Gyuri
--
Ujlaki Gyorgy
Budapest, Hungary
ujlaki.gyorgy@drotposta.hu
ujlaki_gyorgy@hotmail.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Conscripito Judeorum (fwd) #hungary

Ujlaki Gyorgy <ujlaki.gyorgy@...>
 

melody gross <melody@gimby.save-net.co.il> 1998.10.29. 10:18:53 +2h-kor irta:

Dear Melody,

Let me make my answer public, since, I hope, it may be subject of general
interest.

@ Has this Jewish census of 1735-1738 survived?

Not only it survived, but was published in:

Monumenta Hungariae Judaica. Magyar-Zsido Okleveltar. Vol. VII. Ed. Grunwald
Fulop and Sandor Scheiber. Budapest, 1963. 864.p.

It includes the following chapters:
1. Preface: Grunwald Fulop and Sandor Scheiber, Settlement of Hungarian Jews
in the first half of the XVIIIth Century.
2. Intoduction: Gyozo Ember, National Conscriptions of Hungarian Jews in the first
half of the XVIIIth Century.
3. Jewish Conscriptions of 1725-1726
4. Jewish Conscriptions of 1727-1728
5, Jewish Conscriptions of 1735-1739
6, Jewish Conscriptions of 1743-1745
7. Jewish Conscriptions of 1746-1748
Index (to place, but not names).

@ Are people listed by towns?

Lists are by old counties (varmegye), then in order of towns, villages, hamlets (not
separately).

@ Are Jews listed w/o surnames? probably.

They are listed by old names. E.g. in Slavic speaking areas (East Hungary), name
and fathers's name plus -ovics: Abraham Herskovics, Volff Zelmanovics, Markus
Samsonovics.
In German speaking areas (W.Hungary): name and father's name: Lebl Mojses,
Wolfgangus Izrael, Salamon Michll. Sometimes occupation is given: Ebedt
Fleischhaker, Cain Schreiber, Tretsll Sneider, place of origin: Isaac Turkischer,
Hirsl Hollesan, Jommel Slezinger. Some have Hungarian surnames: Jacob
Kossuth (Vag Ujhel-Vagujhely), Abraham Voros, Slovak surnames: Wolff Vlcsek,
Abraham Viszoky, Hersl Midlac.

@ Does anyone currently have access to this census?

I have this book, if you need look up, write me!

@ Are the Jewish censuses of 1785 and 1787 available? Where? Are people
listed by towns? Anyone into these now?

I think that has not been published yet. The Jewish Consription of 1767/1768 was
published in:

Monumenta Hungariae Judaica. Magyar-Zsido Okleveltar. Vol. XVI. Ed. Sandor
Scheiber. Budapest, 1974. 566.p.

The order of lists is the same as above.

Gyuri
--
Ujlaki Gyorgy
Budapest, Hungary
ujlaki.gyorgy@drotposta.hu
ujlaki_gyorgy@hotmail.com


List of Jewish refugees who died while being transported to Sweden #hungary

Susanna Vendel <susanna.vendel@...>
 

This list is >from the book "6 thousend of 6 millions, a Requiem" edited
1995 by the Association of the Holocaust's Survivors - Sweden, editor
Romuald Wroblewski, ISBN: 91-630-3418-2. printed by Reproprint AB,
Stockholm.

HUNGARIANS

Name date of birth Last domicile date of death

BERKOVITS, Helena, 12.1.1929 - 25.7.1945
CASAR, Lili, 21.3.1912 - 2.7.1945
FISCHNER , Iren 26.11.1913 Budapest 29.6.1945
FRANK, Anna 30.3.1930 Fehergyarmat 27.7.1945
GROSSMAN, Iren 1.1.1924 Budapest 4.7.1945
HOCHSTADT, Judit 1926 - 1.7.1945
HOLCZER, Laszlo 25.7.1919 - 26.7.1945
KANITZ, Rozsi 2.4.1918 Pecs 3.7.1945
KERN, Margit 22.1.1911 - 12.7.1945
KLEIN, Erzsi 2.7.1924 - 11.7.1945
KOVACS, Rozsa 1912 - 3.8.1945
LICHTENSTEIN, Katalin 9.4.1925 Komarom 10.7.1945
LINDENFELD, Rozsi 21.9.1919 Budapest 11.7.1945
LOBL, Klara 1922 - 27.6.1945
PALOTAI, Margit 1907 - 30.6.1945
PONNES, Paula (?) 13.9.1902 Budapest 17.7.1945
SCHWARTZ, Rozsi 18.12.1898 Budapest 10.7.1945
SZEKELY, Marietta 29.5.1927 - 15.8.1945
TUSAK, Piroska 1907 - 29.6.1945


ROUMANIANS

GENUTH, H 18.12.1929 Felsoviso 17.7.1945
LEWENDEL, Iren 24.8.1926 Petrozseny 18.7.1945
(Petrosani)
SCHWARZ, Rozsi 1908 Satu Mare 3.7.1945
TYSSEROWITZ, Riza 23.7.1915 Maramoros 5.7.1945

I hope this list of name can be of help in jewishgeners research.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm
susanna.vendel@swipnet.se


Hungary SIG #Hungary List of Jewish refugees who died while being transported to Sweden #hungary

Susanna Vendel <susanna.vendel@...>
 

This list is >from the book "6 thousend of 6 millions, a Requiem" edited
1995 by the Association of the Holocaust's Survivors - Sweden, editor
Romuald Wroblewski, ISBN: 91-630-3418-2. printed by Reproprint AB,
Stockholm.

HUNGARIANS

Name date of birth Last domicile date of death

BERKOVITS, Helena, 12.1.1929 - 25.7.1945
CASAR, Lili, 21.3.1912 - 2.7.1945
FISCHNER , Iren 26.11.1913 Budapest 29.6.1945
FRANK, Anna 30.3.1930 Fehergyarmat 27.7.1945
GROSSMAN, Iren 1.1.1924 Budapest 4.7.1945
HOCHSTADT, Judit 1926 - 1.7.1945
HOLCZER, Laszlo 25.7.1919 - 26.7.1945
KANITZ, Rozsi 2.4.1918 Pecs 3.7.1945
KERN, Margit 22.1.1911 - 12.7.1945
KLEIN, Erzsi 2.7.1924 - 11.7.1945
KOVACS, Rozsa 1912 - 3.8.1945
LICHTENSTEIN, Katalin 9.4.1925 Komarom 10.7.1945
LINDENFELD, Rozsi 21.9.1919 Budapest 11.7.1945
LOBL, Klara 1922 - 27.6.1945
PALOTAI, Margit 1907 - 30.6.1945
PONNES, Paula (?) 13.9.1902 Budapest 17.7.1945
SCHWARTZ, Rozsi 18.12.1898 Budapest 10.7.1945
SZEKELY, Marietta 29.5.1927 - 15.8.1945
TUSAK, Piroska 1907 - 29.6.1945


ROUMANIANS

GENUTH, H 18.12.1929 Felsoviso 17.7.1945
LEWENDEL, Iren 24.8.1926 Petrozseny 18.7.1945
(Petrosani)
SCHWARZ, Rozsi 1908 Satu Mare 3.7.1945
TYSSEROWITZ, Riza 23.7.1915 Maramoros 5.7.1945

I hope this list of name can be of help in jewishgeners research.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm
susanna.vendel@swipnet.se