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Beth Colvin's message (difficulty posting) #lithuania

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In a message dated 8/8/98 11:11:41 AM Pacific Daylight Time, BEColvin writes:

<<
From: BEColvin
To: litvaksig@lyris.jewishgen.org

The descendents of two brothers >from Prien (Alkosta) are listed below to the
best of my ability at this time. Please contact me even if any of these names
look remotely familiar. Thank you, Beth in FL

1.RABINOVITCH, Abraham b. 1826? Kaunas, Prenilok, Lithuania
> sp. GORDON, Rachel "Libby" b. 1830 Kaunas, Prenilok, Lithuania d.
before
> 1895
>
> 2. RABINOVITCH, Hannah b. 1854 Kovna, Lithuania d. 1935 md. 1873
> sp.LOPINSKY, Jacob b. 1854 Yonava, Lithauania died. Sept. 20th
1907 Bronx, NY
>
> 3. LAPINSKY, Lena b. 29 Jan.1875 Yonava, Lithuania d.1942 spouse
SAGER (Carol,Gertrude, Gerald, Alice,Howard) + (Ethel Kapp,
> Carolyn & Patricia) +(Alan Kapp and family)
>
> 3. LOPINSKY, Isadore "Ike" b. 1877 spouse ROTHENBERG
> (Marvin Lyon's widow Ethel and 3 children) died 1909 age 32
>
> 3. LOPINSKY, Morris Harry b. 16 Nov. 1880 Yanava,
Lithuania?spouse
> WEBELOWSKY, Sarah md. 10, Mar 1904 died 11 April 1929
> (Joe Lopin/Francis Horn/Martin and Bernie) died 1929 WV?
>
> 3. LOPINSKY, Annie b. 6 Apr. 1884 d. 25 April 1970 spouse
> FRIEDMAN, David
> (Jack Freeman's daughter Gale Feigenbaum)

> 3. LOPINSKY, Dora b. 25 Dec.1887 d. Oct. 1954 spouse RUBENS,
Myer
> (Gerald Rubens' widow Harriet:Harvey, Joanna, Judi,
Roberta,Lois)
>
> 3. LOPINSKY,Frances "Fanny" b. 1 May 1889 spouse Philip WOLPER
> md. 1917 Spokane, WA d. 9 Nov. 1967 Los Angeles, CA
>
> 3. LAPIN, "Jennie" Edith b. 10 July 1892 d.26 Mar.1987 spouse
Jesse
> WOLFF md. 8 June 1913 d.2 Sept 1975 Spokane, WA
> (Lionel and Alvin +all their children and grandchildren)
> (Joel Arick + his family)
>
> 3. LAPIN, Kate Pearl b. 11 Nov. 1898 spouse Walter Jerome,HARMON
> md. 20 Apr. 1933 at Manhattan, NY d.1997 Laguna Hills, CA.
> buried at
> Ft. Rosecrans Ntl Cemetery, San Diego, CA
>
> 2. RABINOVITCH, David b. Dec. 1859 d. Chicago, IL married 3 times
> metal scrap business
> Spouse #1 died, #2 Helen (no children) #3. ?
>
> 2. RABINOVITCH, Jennie b. 5 Dec.1868 spouse LEVINE + Max
> RUBENS d. 7 Aug. 1936 Spokane, WA Mt. Nebo(see Dora Lopinsky
> above + Maxwell RUBENS below) +Marvin and Dick Rubens and
children
>
>
> 2. RABINOVITCH, Annie b.? Scotland> Milwaukee, WI d. Garden Grove,
CA. spouse Harris PADWAY
> 3, Adelina&Nora never married lived in LA and
> 3. Rhoda married Leonard Neufeld and lived in Des Moines, Iowa
>
>
> 2. RABINOWITZ, Mary b. ? d. Scotland spouse LAWRENCE
>
> 2. RABINOWITZ, Fannie b. 1870? married a Krupp and died in Seattle, WA
> married a KRUPP in Seattle, WA
>
> 2. RABINOWITZ, Jack b.? d. Scotland
>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> 1.RUBENS, Sholom (Soloman) b. 1836? Kaunas, Prenilok, Lithuania
> sp. LEA, Anna
>
> 2. RUBENS, Bernard b. 1864? Kaunas, Prenilok, Lithuania
> d. 1940 L.A., CA
>
> 2. RUBENS, Maxwell Zakary b. 10 Aug.1867 Kaunas, Prenilok,
> Lithuania md. 6/1893 St. Paul, Ramsey, MN d. 4/27/1921 Spokane,
WA.
> sp. RABINOVITCH, JENNIE(See Jennie Rubens above)
>
> 3. RUBENS, Laura Annie b. 12 June 1894 St. Paul. MN. spouse KAYE,
> Jack Joseph (div) d. 15 July 1981
> (Jean Kaye Swartz)
>
> 3. RUBENS, Libby Ruth b. 16 June 1895 spouse GOLDSTONE, Abraham
> Arthur(Martha Keltz and Diane Kline)
>
> 3. RUBENS, Joseph Isaac b.8 Aug., 1897 spouse CALLIN, Bessy
>
> 3. RUBENS, Bernard b. 4 Dec. 1898 twin died june 1899
>
> 3. RUBENS, Nellie b. 4 Dec. 1898 Spokane, WA died 5 Oct. 1981 Los
> Angeles, CA. . twin spouse BROWN, Ira Louis b. 17 Jan. 1888
> Elizabeth, NJ md. 24 Aug. 1919 Liberty Lake, WA d. 16 Dec.
1973
> Los Angeles, CA.
> (Edward Brown:Terrie Marvia, Corinne,Brian,Gary, Jimmy, Kyle)
> 3. RUBENS, Maurice b.1 May 1900 MN.spouse FRIEDMAN, Helen d. 7
> Oct 1973 Los Angeles, Ca.
> 3. RUBENS, Sidney Michael b. 21 Mar 1912 spouse FRIDNER, Julienne
> died 198?
> 1994 graduated U. of WA Doctorate in Physics
>
> 2. RABINOWITZ, Celia b. 1862? d. 1882?
>
> *2. RABINOWITZ, Blooma alive in 1910 died in Kaunas, Lithuania
>
> *2. RABINOWITZ, Neysha alive in 1910 died in Kaunas, Lithuania

*I have reason to believe that Blooma and Neysha perished Aug 1941 in Kaunas.
>>


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From: BEColvin@aol.com
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Subject: Re: membership
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David thank you for the referral. Just now I tried to send a post to the
litvaksig as follows and it was rejected since they didn't have my name on its
roster. Now what? I have written to litvaks@aol.com and hope this is the best
place to send my concern Beth


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Fwd: Beth Colvin's message (difficulty posting) #lithuania

DBH12345
 

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In a message dated 8/8/98 11:11:41 AM Pacific Daylight Time, BEColvin writes:

<<
From: BEColvin
To: litvaksig@lyris.jewishgen.org

The descendents of two brothers >from Prien (Alkosta) are listed below to the
best of my ability at this time. Please contact me even if any of these names
look remotely familiar. Thank you, Beth in FL

1.RABINOVITCH, Abraham b. 1826? Kaunas, Prenilok, Lithuania
> sp. GORDON, Rachel "Libby" b. 1830 Kaunas, Prenilok, Lithuania d.
before
> 1895
>
> 2. RABINOVITCH, Hannah b. 1854 Kovna, Lithuania d. 1935 md. 1873
> sp.LOPINSKY, Jacob b. 1854 Yonava, Lithauania died. Sept. 20th
1907 Bronx, NY
>
> 3. LAPINSKY, Lena b. 29 Jan.1875 Yonava, Lithuania d.1942 spouse
SAGER (Carol,Gertrude, Gerald, Alice,Howard) + (Ethel Kapp,
> Carolyn & Patricia) +(Alan Kapp and family)
>
> 3. LOPINSKY, Isadore "Ike" b. 1877 spouse ROTHENBERG
> (Marvin Lyon's widow Ethel and 3 children) died 1909 age 32
>
> 3. LOPINSKY, Morris Harry b. 16 Nov. 1880 Yanava,
Lithuania?spouse
> WEBELOWSKY, Sarah md. 10, Mar 1904 died 11 April 1929
> (Joe Lopin/Francis Horn/Martin and Bernie) died 1929 WV?
>
> 3. LOPINSKY, Annie b. 6 Apr. 1884 d. 25 April 1970 spouse
> FRIEDMAN, David
> (Jack Freeman's daughter Gale Feigenbaum)

> 3. LOPINSKY, Dora b. 25 Dec.1887 d. Oct. 1954 spouse RUBENS,
Myer
> (Gerald Rubens' widow Harriet:Harvey, Joanna, Judi,
Roberta,Lois)
>
> 3. LOPINSKY,Frances "Fanny" b. 1 May 1889 spouse Philip WOLPER
> md. 1917 Spokane, WA d. 9 Nov. 1967 Los Angeles, CA
>
> 3. LAPIN, "Jennie" Edith b. 10 July 1892 d.26 Mar.1987 spouse
Jesse
> WOLFF md. 8 June 1913 d.2 Sept 1975 Spokane, WA
> (Lionel and Alvin +all their children and grandchildren)
> (Joel Arick + his family)
>
> 3. LAPIN, Kate Pearl b. 11 Nov. 1898 spouse Walter Jerome,HARMON
> md. 20 Apr. 1933 at Manhattan, NY d.1997 Laguna Hills, CA.
> buried at
> Ft. Rosecrans Ntl Cemetery, San Diego, CA
>
> 2. RABINOVITCH, David b. Dec. 1859 d. Chicago, IL married 3 times
> metal scrap business
> Spouse #1 died, #2 Helen (no children) #3. ?
>
> 2. RABINOVITCH, Jennie b. 5 Dec.1868 spouse LEVINE + Max
> RUBENS d. 7 Aug. 1936 Spokane, WA Mt. Nebo(see Dora Lopinsky
> above + Maxwell RUBENS below) +Marvin and Dick Rubens and
children
>
>
> 2. RABINOVITCH, Annie b.? Scotland> Milwaukee, WI d. Garden Grove,
CA. spouse Harris PADWAY
> 3, Adelina&Nora never married lived in LA and
> 3. Rhoda married Leonard Neufeld and lived in Des Moines, Iowa
>
>
> 2. RABINOWITZ, Mary b. ? d. Scotland spouse LAWRENCE
>
> 2. RABINOWITZ, Fannie b. 1870? married a Krupp and died in Seattle, WA
> married a KRUPP in Seattle, WA
>
> 2. RABINOWITZ, Jack b.? d. Scotland
>
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> 1.RUBENS, Sholom (Soloman) b. 1836? Kaunas, Prenilok, Lithuania
> sp. LEA, Anna
>
> 2. RUBENS, Bernard b. 1864? Kaunas, Prenilok, Lithuania
> d. 1940 L.A., CA
>
> 2. RUBENS, Maxwell Zakary b. 10 Aug.1867 Kaunas, Prenilok,
> Lithuania md. 6/1893 St. Paul, Ramsey, MN d. 4/27/1921 Spokane,
WA.
> sp. RABINOVITCH, JENNIE(See Jennie Rubens above)
>
> 3. RUBENS, Laura Annie b. 12 June 1894 St. Paul. MN. spouse KAYE,
> Jack Joseph (div) d. 15 July 1981
> (Jean Kaye Swartz)
>
> 3. RUBENS, Libby Ruth b. 16 June 1895 spouse GOLDSTONE, Abraham
> Arthur(Martha Keltz and Diane Kline)
>
> 3. RUBENS, Joseph Isaac b.8 Aug., 1897 spouse CALLIN, Bessy
>
> 3. RUBENS, Bernard b. 4 Dec. 1898 twin died june 1899
>
> 3. RUBENS, Nellie b. 4 Dec. 1898 Spokane, WA died 5 Oct. 1981 Los
> Angeles, CA. . twin spouse BROWN, Ira Louis b. 17 Jan. 1888
> Elizabeth, NJ md. 24 Aug. 1919 Liberty Lake, WA d. 16 Dec.
1973
> Los Angeles, CA.
> (Edward Brown:Terrie Marvia, Corinne,Brian,Gary, Jimmy, Kyle)
> 3. RUBENS, Maurice b.1 May 1900 MN.spouse FRIEDMAN, Helen d. 7
> Oct 1973 Los Angeles, Ca.
> 3. RUBENS, Sidney Michael b. 21 Mar 1912 spouse FRIDNER, Julienne
> died 198?
> 1994 graduated U. of WA Doctorate in Physics
>
> 2. RABINOWITZ, Celia b. 1862? d. 1882?
>
> *2. RABINOWITZ, Blooma alive in 1910 died in Kaunas, Lithuania
>
> *2. RABINOWITZ, Neysha alive in 1910 died in Kaunas, Lithuania

*I have reason to believe that Blooma and Neysha perished Aug 1941 in Kaunas.
>>


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From: BEColvin@aol.com
Return-path: <BEColvin@aol.com>
To: DBH12345@aol.com
Subject: Re: membership
Date: Sat, 8 Aug 1998 14:11:41 EDT
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David thank you for the referral. Just now I tried to send a post to the
litvaksig as follows and it was rejected since they didn't have my name on its
roster. Now what? I have written to litvaks@aol.com and hope this is the best
place to send my concern Beth


Beginners Start Here #lithuania

DBH12345
 

There has been some discussion about helping beginning Litvak researchers in
the Digest.

There is no question we were all beginners at some time, and that we all are
continuing to learn. There is also no question that we want to be of as much
assistance as we can to beginners. But we ask that you spend some time looking
at the excellent resources which already exist to prepare yourself first,
before asking seven hundred other researchers for help.

To quote the JewishGen Digest moderator yesterday:

" 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 home page at:
<http://www.jewishgen.org>

Under the heading LEARN you will find : FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) and
InfoFiles. These files will give you answers on how to find the research
materials you need. Including information on naturalization records and ship
manifests.

Under the heading RESEARCH you will find : FamilyFinder where you can search
for other people researching the same surnames. If you have not already done
so, enter your own data so others can find you."

To help you LOCATE your ancestral shtetl, definitely make use of the Shtetl
Seeker at: <http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/>

To begin finding the records of your ancestors, you'll want to SEARCH the
growing All Lithuania Database
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/alllith2.htm> and,

JOIN A a shtetl or uyezd (district) RESEARCH GROUP to pool resources to
acquire new records at: <http://www.jewishgen.org/litvak/shtetl.html>

Of course refer to our own LitvakSIG Homepage, where within a few days you'll
see our own LitvakSIG FAQ's. <http://www.jewishgen.org/litvak/> >from these
FAQ's you'll find hyperlinks directly to many valuable research resources.

Our Moderators are going to start referring people to these excellent
resources. The world of Jewish Genealogy is changing rapidly, and we should
all refer to these frequently updated resources often.

David and Davida
Co-Coordinators, LitvakSIG


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Beginners Start Here #lithuania

DBH12345
 

There has been some discussion about helping beginning Litvak researchers in
the Digest.

There is no question we were all beginners at some time, and that we all are
continuing to learn. There is also no question that we want to be of as much
assistance as we can to beginners. But we ask that you spend some time looking
at the excellent resources which already exist to prepare yourself first,
before asking seven hundred other researchers for help.

To quote the JewishGen Digest moderator yesterday:

" 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 home page at:
<http://www.jewishgen.org>

Under the heading LEARN you will find : FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) and
InfoFiles. These files will give you answers on how to find the research
materials you need. Including information on naturalization records and ship
manifests.

Under the heading RESEARCH you will find : FamilyFinder where you can search
for other people researching the same surnames. If you have not already done
so, enter your own data so others can find you."

To help you LOCATE your ancestral shtetl, definitely make use of the Shtetl
Seeker at: <http://www.jewishgen.org/ShtetlSeeker/>

To begin finding the records of your ancestors, you'll want to SEARCH the
growing All Lithuania Database
<http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/alllith2.htm> and,

JOIN A a shtetl or uyezd (district) RESEARCH GROUP to pool resources to
acquire new records at: <http://www.jewishgen.org/litvak/shtetl.html>

Of course refer to our own LitvakSIG Homepage, where within a few days you'll
see our own LitvakSIG FAQ's. <http://www.jewishgen.org/litvak/> >from these
FAQ's you'll find hyperlinks directly to many valuable research resources.

Our Moderators are going to start referring people to these excellent
resources. The world of Jewish Genealogy is changing rapidly, and we should
all refer to these frequently updated resources often.

David and Davida
Co-Coordinators, LitvakSIG


Boston City Directory #lithuania

HankPropp@...
 

I would like to ask someone who has access to the Boston City Directories to
look up a relative for me.

The relative was Mr. Fred GREEN, he owned photography studio at 140 Court
Street, Boston, MA. I would like to see when the studio opened and until what
date it remained open. I know Fred GREEN also was involved as a motion
picture film operator in Boston showing movies. He passed away in 1939.

It is my estimate that this studio opened in the 1890's and remained open
until sometime prior to 1939.


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Boston City Directory #lithuania

HankPropp@...
 

I would like to ask someone who has access to the Boston City Directories to
look up a relative for me.

The relative was Mr. Fred GREEN, he owned photography studio at 140 Court
Street, Boston, MA. I would like to see when the studio opened and until what
date it remained open. I know Fred GREEN also was involved as a motion
picture film operator in Boston showing movies. He passed away in 1939.

It is my estimate that this studio opened in the 1890's and remained open
until sometime prior to 1939.


Addition to proposed ByLaws #lithuania

Litvaks@...
 

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ada.Greenblatt@postoffice.worldnet.att.net writes:

<<
>Section J. <snip>
>The election of the Board of Directors shall be held at the July
>general meeting. The board members elected shall take office on
>August lst of the following year."

Am I understanding this last line correctly that board members elected in
July 1999 won't take office until August 1, 2000?t>>

Oops!

The wording should have been more specific. Those elected in July 1998 will
take office in August 1998, and those elected in July 1999 will take office in
August 1999.

Thanks Ada -

Davida


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Fwd: Addition to proposed ByLaws #lithuania

Litvaks@...
 

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ada.Greenblatt@postoffice.worldnet.att.net writes:

<<
>Section J. <snip>
>The election of the Board of Directors shall be held at the July
>general meeting. The board members elected shall take office on
>August lst of the following year."

Am I understanding this last line correctly that board members elected in
July 1999 won't take office until August 1, 2000?t>>

Oops!

The wording should have been more specific. Those elected in July 1998 will
take office in August 1998, and those elected in July 1999 will take office in
August 1999.

Thanks Ada -

Davida


Re Polish researcher #poland

Anthony J. Stern <ajstern@...>
 

Hi guys, As usual not everything is black and white. One ladies
exerience with Pawel Dorman was unfortunate. Frankly I have been more
succesful, altho I possibly I might have paid a little more than if I'd
used other people. I have had fair success with him if I have been very
directive and firm in my requirements. Then he just goes and does it. An
open check for research is not a good idea!

Also as Stanley Diamond might have mentioned Pawel is fairly young and
inexperienced and his approach in Poland has apparently closed some
doors to him . He also appears to live on a shoe string and therefore is
always cash short. Having said that he returned money to me when he
could not get the records I requested. So who knows. I guess the bottom
line is Caveat Emptor.

Best regards, Tony Stern


Hints when hiring private researchers #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

A message was recently posted on the this list concerning the
quality/cost of work by a private researcher in Poland. In addition,
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland board members have received
similar private messages.

Since, in some cases, indices >from the JRI-Poland database are being
offered and charged for as private research, we wish to caution our
fellow researchers and offer some words of advice:

Before committing yourself:

1. Ask for references >from at least five others who have used the
researcher's services. Contact them all. Even if they are given as a
reference, they may offer some surprising comments and insights.

2. If you have not specifically identified what it is you want to obtain,
ask for details of the sources of information. Does it come >from a
branch of the Polish State Archives, a Civil Records Office in a town,
the Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw?

3. Ask for actual examples of the types of information offered.

4. Unless you have full confidence, do not give a carte blanche!
Even so, always agree in advance on the parameters of the project
and the budget or, where circumstances make that difficult, place
an upper limit on the time and money to be spent.

5. If you plan to use a private researcher in Poland and have any
concerns about their competence and reliability, post the private
researcher's name on JewishGen and request _private_ replies.

Stanley Diamond
Coordinator, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


JRI Poland #Poland Re Polish researcher #poland

Anthony J. Stern <ajstern@...>
 

Hi guys, As usual not everything is black and white. One ladies
exerience with Pawel Dorman was unfortunate. Frankly I have been more
succesful, altho I possibly I might have paid a little more than if I'd
used other people. I have had fair success with him if I have been very
directive and firm in my requirements. Then he just goes and does it. An
open check for research is not a good idea!

Also as Stanley Diamond might have mentioned Pawel is fairly young and
inexperienced and his approach in Poland has apparently closed some
doors to him . He also appears to live on a shoe string and therefore is
always cash short. Having said that he returned money to me when he
could not get the records I requested. So who knows. I guess the bottom
line is Caveat Emptor.

Best regards, Tony Stern


JRI Poland #Poland Hints when hiring private researchers #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

A message was recently posted on the this list concerning the
quality/cost of work by a private researcher in Poland. In addition,
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland board members have received
similar private messages.

Since, in some cases, indices >from the JRI-Poland database are being
offered and charged for as private research, we wish to caution our
fellow researchers and offer some words of advice:

Before committing yourself:

1. Ask for references >from at least five others who have used the
researcher's services. Contact them all. Even if they are given as a
reference, they may offer some surprising comments and insights.

2. If you have not specifically identified what it is you want to obtain,
ask for details of the sources of information. Does it come >from a
branch of the Polish State Archives, a Civil Records Office in a town,
the Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw?

3. Ask for actual examples of the types of information offered.

4. Unless you have full confidence, do not give a carte blanche!
Even so, always agree in advance on the parameters of the project
and the budget or, where circumstances make that difficult, place
an upper limit on the time and money to be spent.

5. If you plan to use a private researcher in Poland and have any
concerns about their competence and reliability, post the private
researcher's name on JewishGen and request _private_ replies.

Stanley Diamond
Coordinator, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Lookup in FHC #general

samuel lenger <sdfisr@...>
 

Hi
If someone can do a lookup for a marriage certificate in N.Y.C in the
FHC microfilm please contact me privately. Here in Israel we do not have
access to LDS data.
TIA
Sam Lenger <sdfisr@shani.net>


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lookup in FHC #general

samuel lenger <sdfisr@...>
 

Hi
If someone can do a lookup for a marriage certificate in N.Y.C in the
FHC microfilm please contact me privately. Here in Israel we do not have
access to LDS data.
TIA
Sam Lenger <sdfisr@shani.net>


Searching: ADLER #general

1LT Eric Adler, 709th MP Battalion S-1 <s1709mp@...>
 

I am looking for on any and all information on descendants/ancestors
of Wolf ADLER. In the past, there have been family reunions in the U.S.
for his descendants, the most recent being in 1990 in Florida (I believe).

Wolf ADLER was born in April 1857 in Tarnow (Galicia). He was married
there to someone and had children, but then remarried someone named
Lena KREPS and had children by the following names: Louis (ADLER), Ana
(SHARP), Dora (BECKER), Tessie (ALTER), Sara (GLINN), and Esther
(POZNAK).

They immigrated to the U.S. in 1906 (after Louis in 1905), settling in
Newark and also building a hotel in Sharon Springs, New York.

Eric Louis Adler
s1709mp@email.hanau.army.mil


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: ADLER #general

1LT Eric Adler, 709th MP Battalion S-1 <s1709mp@...>
 

I am looking for on any and all information on descendants/ancestors
of Wolf ADLER. In the past, there have been family reunions in the U.S.
for his descendants, the most recent being in 1990 in Florida (I believe).

Wolf ADLER was born in April 1857 in Tarnow (Galicia). He was married
there to someone and had children, but then remarried someone named
Lena KREPS and had children by the following names: Louis (ADLER), Ana
(SHARP), Dora (BECKER), Tessie (ALTER), Sara (GLINN), and Esther
(POZNAK).

They immigrated to the U.S. in 1906 (after Louis in 1905), settling in
Newark and also building a hotel in Sharon Springs, New York.

Eric Louis Adler
s1709mp@email.hanau.army.mil


New LitvakSIG FAQ's Online #general

DBH12345
 

Thanks to the outstanding work of Howard Margol and Ada Greenblatt, with the
assistance of Judi S. Caplan, Davida Noyek Hander, David Hoffman and Marion
Werle, the LitvakSIG has an informative and comprehensive set of FAQ's
(Frequently Asked Questions and answers). These FAQ's can be reached >from the
LitvakSIG homepage and provide the most definitive, up to date information on
Jewish Genealogical Research in Lithuania. Go to the LitvakSIG Website and
click on FAQ's:

<http://www.jewishgen.org/litvak>

David Hoffman and Davida Noyek Handler
Co-Coordinators, LitvakSIG


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New LitvakSIG FAQ's Online #general

DBH12345
 

Thanks to the outstanding work of Howard Margol and Ada Greenblatt, with the
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What data in Bar admission documents? #general

Stuart LeVine <sblevine@...>
 

Following up on the discussion regarding Bar admission documents,
has anyone done this? If so what data was obtained? I have *many*
lawyers >from the 1890-1920 period in NY and would be interested if there
is useful data there.

Stuart LeVine
Jerusalem
sblevine@ibm.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen What data in Bar admission documents? #general

Stuart LeVine <sblevine@...>
 

Following up on the discussion regarding Bar admission documents,
has anyone done this? If so what data was obtained? I have *many*
lawyers >from the 1890-1920 period in NY and would be interested if there
is useful data there.

Stuart LeVine
Jerusalem
sblevine@ibm.net