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Re: UK refugee list question #general

Harold Pollins <pollins@...>
 

I think you will find that lists of missing relatives were frequently
published in the Jewish Chronicle over a very long period. Certainly there
were more after World War II and I'm sure my memory is not false when I
think I saw them in the paper, as a youngster, in the 1930s.

Harold Pollins
Oxford England
pollins@globalnet.co.uk

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James Gross wrote:

I found inquiries for missing relatives published in the (UK)
Jewish Chronicle.


Jews in the Austrian Army #general

Jane Lachs <Jane@...>
 

Hallo all,
If anyone has access to the records of Jews in the Austrian army,
could you please look to to see if there is any mention of my husband's
uncle: LACHS Meilach (Michl, Mickl, Michael ?)
He is thought to have been killed while serving in the army in WWI.
Many thanks

Regards >from Jane Lachs in Munich Jane@Henio.Muc.De :-)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
LACHS >from Striganka (Stryhance, Strygan'tse) Ukraine
SILBERFELD >from Potoczany Ukraine
STERN >from Brzezany Ukraine
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: UK refugee list question #general

Harold Pollins <pollins@...>
 

I think you will find that lists of missing relatives were frequently
published in the Jewish Chronicle over a very long period. Certainly there
were more after World War II and I'm sure my memory is not false when I
think I saw them in the paper, as a youngster, in the 1930s.

Harold Pollins
Oxford England
pollins@globalnet.co.uk

----------
James Gross wrote:

I found inquiries for missing relatives published in the (UK)
Jewish Chronicle.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jews in the Austrian Army #general

Jane Lachs <Jane@...>
 

Hallo all,
If anyone has access to the records of Jews in the Austrian army,
could you please look to to see if there is any mention of my husband's
uncle: LACHS Meilach (Michl, Mickl, Michael ?)
He is thought to have been killed while serving in the army in WWI.
Many thanks

Regards >from Jane Lachs in Munich Jane@Henio.Muc.De :-)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
LACHS >from Striganka (Stryhance, Strygan'tse) Ukraine
SILBERFELD >from Potoczany Ukraine
STERN >from Brzezany Ukraine
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Eqypt, Syria , Lebanon, Iraq #general

Dr Saul Issroff <saul@...>
 

Subject: Egypt,Syria,Lebanon,Iraq
From: JMOSSERI@delphi.com

Your question is a valid one. The Baghdadi origin families are very
genealogically orientated, but have seem to have little contact with
the genealogical communtiy. I think this is because many of these
families have documented their story constantly over the centuries and
have no real need for Jewishgen!.
However, at the recent seminar in Los Angeles there were talks on :
Jews of Iran Debbie Adhemi
On being Sephardic- Children of the Diaspora
The Jews of Iraq: Tracing Sephardic and and Mizrahi Families in the Land
where Judaism was born
The Jews of the Ottoman Empire
Centre for Iranian Jewish History

We in the JGS Great Britain have a couple who are specialists in
Egyptian and Syrian Jewish genealogy, and our chairman is an expert on
the Ottoman Empire Jews.
--
Dr Saul Issroff
JGS Great Britain
http://www.JGSGB.ort.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Eqypt, Syria , Lebanon, Iraq #general

Dr Saul Issroff <saul@...>
 

Subject: Egypt,Syria,Lebanon,Iraq
From: JMOSSERI@delphi.com

Your question is a valid one. The Baghdadi origin families are very
genealogically orientated, but have seem to have little contact with
the genealogical communtiy. I think this is because many of these
families have documented their story constantly over the centuries and
have no real need for Jewishgen!.
However, at the recent seminar in Los Angeles there were talks on :
Jews of Iran Debbie Adhemi
On being Sephardic- Children of the Diaspora
The Jews of Iraq: Tracing Sephardic and and Mizrahi Families in the Land
where Judaism was born
The Jews of the Ottoman Empire
Centre for Iranian Jewish History

We in the JGS Great Britain have a couple who are specialists in
Egyptian and Syrian Jewish genealogy, and our chairman is an expert on
the Ottoman Empire Jews.
--
Dr Saul Issroff
JGS Great Britain
http://www.JGSGB.ort.org


Tarnow Shtetl CO-OP Announcement #poland

how@...
 

From: Howard J. Fink@KODAK on 08/27/98 07:45 AM


To: jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org
cc:
Subject: Tarnow Shtetl CO-OP Announcement

Jewish Record Indexing (JRI)-Poland has great news for those who are
researching family >from Tarnow! The first submission of data >from records
transcribed by volunteers at the Goldman Center in Israel (Dorot) has been
entered and made available online through the JRI-PL website.

This first submission to the JRI-PL online database covers the Birth
records >from mid 1863 through the end of 1870, and includes over 3000
records, which are the entire contents of LDS film #0948421. Since this is
a group of records for which there is NO index, all of the data was
entered. The database contains the COMPLETE extract for each individual.
Because there is no index, the only other way to currently find this
information is by examining each record on the film, written in old script.

The fields in these records include: names of child, parents, midwife,
witness, gender, date and post number of registration (AKT) and remarks.
The remarks, many of which were added later (some as late as the 1930's)
include such things as place of birth outside of Tarnow, date of death,
name changes, adoptive parents, religious conversions, and in some cases
Polish Archive reference numbers. When searching through the JRI-PL website
you will be rewarded with matches on surnames in the midwife, witness and
remarks fields in addition to matches on the child's surname; this is an
incredible tool!

As always, these entries should be used as references, which you should
verify on your own, as some errors may have crept in during transcription
and data entry.

Thanks to the Goldman Center and all of the Tarnow Shtetl volunteers who
performed data entry for this database: Judy Deutchman, David Itzkowic, Pat
Jortner, Calvin & Barbara Kitay, Henry Kornhauser, Shimon Neubort, Phil
Rose, Yaakov Schmidt, Len Schneider, Glen Strauss and Michael Trapunsky.
Extra thanks are due to Shmuel Kehati who not only performed entry of
several sections, but also secured many additional extracts >from the
Goldman Center that will keep us busy for quite some time. Anyone who would
like to help with these efforts please email me at the address below. We
now have similar records to be entered covering Births, Deaths and
Marriages >from earlier dates in the 1800's.

Howard Fink
how@kodak.com
Tarnow Shtetl Coordinator


JRI Poland #Poland Tarnow Shtetl CO-OP Announcement #poland

how@...
 

From: Howard J. Fink@KODAK on 08/27/98 07:45 AM


To: jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org
cc:
Subject: Tarnow Shtetl CO-OP Announcement

Jewish Record Indexing (JRI)-Poland has great news for those who are
researching family >from Tarnow! The first submission of data >from records
transcribed by volunteers at the Goldman Center in Israel (Dorot) has been
entered and made available online through the JRI-PL website.

This first submission to the JRI-PL online database covers the Birth
records >from mid 1863 through the end of 1870, and includes over 3000
records, which are the entire contents of LDS film #0948421. Since this is
a group of records for which there is NO index, all of the data was
entered. The database contains the COMPLETE extract for each individual.
Because there is no index, the only other way to currently find this
information is by examining each record on the film, written in old script.

The fields in these records include: names of child, parents, midwife,
witness, gender, date and post number of registration (AKT) and remarks.
The remarks, many of which were added later (some as late as the 1930's)
include such things as place of birth outside of Tarnow, date of death,
name changes, adoptive parents, religious conversions, and in some cases
Polish Archive reference numbers. When searching through the JRI-PL website
you will be rewarded with matches on surnames in the midwife, witness and
remarks fields in addition to matches on the child's surname; this is an
incredible tool!

As always, these entries should be used as references, which you should
verify on your own, as some errors may have crept in during transcription
and data entry.

Thanks to the Goldman Center and all of the Tarnow Shtetl volunteers who
performed data entry for this database: Judy Deutchman, David Itzkowic, Pat
Jortner, Calvin & Barbara Kitay, Henry Kornhauser, Shimon Neubort, Phil
Rose, Yaakov Schmidt, Len Schneider, Glen Strauss and Michael Trapunsky.
Extra thanks are due to Shmuel Kehati who not only performed entry of
several sections, but also secured many additional extracts >from the
Goldman Center that will keep us busy for quite some time. Anyone who would
like to help with these efforts please email me at the address below. We
now have similar records to be entered covering Births, Deaths and
Marriages >from earlier dates in the 1800's.

Howard Fink
how@kodak.com
Tarnow Shtetl Coordinator


Greetings #latinamerica

Ilya Zeldes <ilyaz@...>
 

Hello, everybody, glad to be on this board.
I'm searching ZELDES surname. As I found, there are a few dozens of SELDESes
in BA, Argentina. Is any one of them subscribed to this SIG, by chance?
Regards,
-----------------
Ilya Zeldes
Email: ILYAZ@ILINE.COM


Latin America #LatinAmerica Greetings #latinamerica

Ilya Zeldes <ilyaz@...>
 

Hello, everybody, glad to be on this board.
I'm searching ZELDES surname. As I found, there are a few dozens of SELDESes
in BA, Argentina. Is any one of them subscribed to this SIG, by chance?
Regards,
-----------------
Ilya Zeldes
Email: ILYAZ@ILINE.COM


Looking for RENDELSTEIN in Argentina #latinamerica

Ricki L. Zunk <rickiz@...>
 

Weisskirch, Rob wrote:

Hi all and welcome to the Latin American SIG.

For the first few messages, I suggest that all participants post a message
with the surnames and locations they are looking for. Be as specific as
possible.

<<snip>>
Hi All:

At the present time I only have one family to research in South America:

In Argentina:

RENDELSTEIN

TIA,

Ricki Lynn Randall Zunk
Miami, FL
<rickiz@mindspring.com>


Latin America #LatinAmerica Looking for RENDELSTEIN in Argentina #latinamerica

Ricki L. Zunk <rickiz@...>
 

Weisskirch, Rob wrote:

Hi all and welcome to the Latin American SIG.

For the first few messages, I suggest that all participants post a message
with the surnames and locations they are looking for. Be as specific as
possible.

<<snip>>
Hi All:

At the present time I only have one family to research in South America:

In Argentina:

RENDELSTEIN

TIA,

Ricki Lynn Randall Zunk
Miami, FL
<rickiz@mindspring.com>


Te Vagy a Tanu #hungary

e. donath <edonath@...>
 

I have lost track of whoever has this book. I would very much
appreciate it if the owner could check and see if Donath Istvan
is listed there.
Thank you. Ethel L. Donath
Hamden,CT


Hungary SIG #Hungary Te Vagy a Tanu #hungary

e. donath <edonath@...>
 

I have lost track of whoever has this book. I would very much
appreciate it if the owner could check and see if Donath Istvan
is listed there.
Thank you. Ethel L. Donath
Hamden,CT


Searching in Argentina #latinamerica

DREIMAN <m4fab4@...>
 

Hi Everyone! I have had some luck searching for documents in Argentina,
basically in the the civil registrars office. I have most of my family
still living in Argentina but am trying to uncover the "mysteries" of
the families arrival at the turn of the century. My families come >from
the Ukraine and Odessa. In the Ukraine, I have the name of a town called
"TATARK/O" and >from Odessa, it was most likely >from NOVY BUK.

When they arrived, they settled in Entre Rios and La Pampa (Bernasconi
and surrounding areas) The people in the registro civil in La Pampa are
extraordinary! They sent me a ton of documentation!

I am searching for these families:
TRUPP/TRAJTERMAN/LIPOVESKY-ROSENBERG/MARCHALIK-DREIMAN-ROSENBLIT.

I have my great-grandfather's death certificate which states everything
but the elusive name of his father. I have contacted CEMLA and they do
not have an entry for my ggf YOSEL TRUPP. Any suggestions on how I
could locate his resident or citezenship papers or any other document
that would state his parents names? I am guessing he arrived to Arg.
around 1900-1906.

B'shalom,
Mirta Trupp Dreiman
California


Latin America #LatinAmerica Searching in Argentina #latinamerica

DREIMAN <m4fab4@...>
 

Hi Everyone! I have had some luck searching for documents in Argentina,
basically in the the civil registrars office. I have most of my family
still living in Argentina but am trying to uncover the "mysteries" of
the families arrival at the turn of the century. My families come >from
the Ukraine and Odessa. In the Ukraine, I have the name of a town called
"TATARK/O" and >from Odessa, it was most likely >from NOVY BUK.

When they arrived, they settled in Entre Rios and La Pampa (Bernasconi
and surrounding areas) The people in the registro civil in La Pampa are
extraordinary! They sent me a ton of documentation!

I am searching for these families:
TRUPP/TRAJTERMAN/LIPOVESKY-ROSENBERG/MARCHALIK-DREIMAN-ROSENBLIT.

I have my great-grandfather's death certificate which states everything
but the elusive name of his father. I have contacted CEMLA and they do
not have an entry for my ggf YOSEL TRUPP. Any suggestions on how I
could locate his resident or citezenship papers or any other document
that would state his parents names? I am guessing he arrived to Arg.
around 1900-1906.

B'shalom,
Mirta Trupp Dreiman
California


Re: Book TE VAGY A TANU! #hungary

Thomas C. Fodor <tcfodor@...>
 

AJANLJUK - e koenyvet a szabads=E0gszeretoe oroszdolgoz=F2knak, akik kint
Ukrajn=E0ban =E9s Oroszorsz=E0gban j=F2 sz=F2t =E9s kenyeret adtak a
munkaszolg=E0latos bajt=E0rsainknak =E9s elkueldt=E9k hoes fiaikat Horthy
Magyarorsz=E0g=E0ba, hogy v=E9ruek =E0ldoz=E0s=E0val felszabad=ECts=E0k a=
magyar n=E9pet a
fasizmus rabs=E0g=E0b=F2l.
Koeszoenoem =E9s szervusz, ciao Steven.


WE DEDICATE
this book to the freedom-loving Russian workers, who gave kind words and
bread to our forced laborer comrades in Ukraine and Russia, and sent thei=
r
heroic sons into Horthy's Hungary to liberate the Hungarian people >from t=
he
slavery of fascism with the sacrifice of their blood.

prego


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Book TE VAGY A TANU! #hungary

Thomas C. Fodor <tcfodor@...>
 

AJANLJUK - e koenyvet a szabads=E0gszeretoe oroszdolgoz=F2knak, akik kint
Ukrajn=E0ban =E9s Oroszorsz=E0gban j=F2 sz=F2t =E9s kenyeret adtak a
munkaszolg=E0latos bajt=E0rsainknak =E9s elkueldt=E9k hoes fiaikat Horthy
Magyarorsz=E0g=E0ba, hogy v=E9ruek =E0ldoz=E0s=E0val felszabad=ECts=E0k a=
magyar n=E9pet a
fasizmus rabs=E0g=E0b=F2l.
Koeszoenoem =E9s szervusz, ciao Steven.


WE DEDICATE
this book to the freedom-loving Russian workers, who gave kind words and
bread to our forced laborer comrades in Ukraine and Russia, and sent thei=
r
heroic sons into Horthy's Hungary to liberate the Hungarian people >from t=
he
slavery of fascism with the sacrifice of their blood.

prego


New Address #lithuania

Alec Neumark <alec@...>
 

Please note my new email address, effective immediately:
neumarks@mci2000.com

my old address, alec@netxactics.com will stop on August 31

Thank you
Alex Neumark


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania New Address #lithuania

Alec Neumark <alec@...>
 

Please note my new email address, effective immediately:
neumarks@mci2000.com

my old address, alec@netxactics.com will stop on August 31

Thank you
Alex Neumark