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Thank you.... #general

DREAME@...
 

Dear JewishGen,

Thank you for posting my information on ROTTER, my grandfather... as
well as Professor Simon LITVAK >from Zaporozhye in Ukraine and Joeseph
SHAPIRO, Kanev, Ukraine, who we visited last month. They are looking
for relatives and asked us to help.

I don't know why the JewishGen Digest of August 4th decided to appear
on August 6th, but does anyone of us know the workings on that vast
cyberspace network????

Thank you again for all of your assistance....

... and, to those of you who have not received a personal response to
your inquiry, they were written as soon as I received them... the
pictures of Joseph Shapiro are on their way to those of you who asked...
and new copies of Professor Litvak's photos will be picked up and sent
by SnailMail to those of you that requested them and sent your address
to me.

Again, many thanks....

Shirley R. Rose
dreame@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank you.... #general

DREAME@...
 

Dear JewishGen,

Thank you for posting my information on ROTTER, my grandfather... as
well as Professor Simon LITVAK >from Zaporozhye in Ukraine and Joeseph
SHAPIRO, Kanev, Ukraine, who we visited last month. They are looking
for relatives and asked us to help.

I don't know why the JewishGen Digest of August 4th decided to appear
on August 6th, but does anyone of us know the workings on that vast
cyberspace network????

Thank you again for all of your assistance....

... and, to those of you who have not received a personal response to
your inquiry, they were written as soon as I received them... the
pictures of Joseph Shapiro are on their way to those of you who asked...
and new copies of Professor Litvak's photos will be picked up and sent
by SnailMail to those of you that requested them and sent your address
to me.

Again, many thanks....

Shirley R. Rose
dreame@aol.com


KRAKOW ON-LINE #general

wg <wg@...>
 

There has been an increase in the Krakow records to 48,894

a net gain of 20,073

For family tree growth visit JRI-Poland's website at:
http://www1.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/


The following are the records just submitted to JRI-Poland:

Births: 1805-09; 1811-14; 1830; 1831; 1834; 1837-45; 1881-85.
Marriages: 1811; 1832-1838 Religious
Deaths: 1839-52

Special Thanks to the following Krakow Shtetl CO-OP Initiative volunteers:
Andrew Gries, Dennis Gries, Shala Rossheim, Julian Schamroth, Adele Susskind.

There will be one more submission and then all the records that have indexes
will be complete.

The next phase is to write indexes for the years that don't have them and
volunteers are needed. You must be able to get to an LDS Family History
Center, be able to read Polish vital records, and write, or use a laptop,
the information for the index >from the records: Year of event, Act No.
Type,Suranme, given name. Please contact the writer if you are interested
in being a part of this project.

The more volunteers, the faster this work can be done.

Judie Goldstein
Coordinator, Krakow Shtetl CO-OP Initiative
JRI-Poland
wg@panix.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen KRAKOW ON-LINE #general

wg <wg@...>
 

There has been an increase in the Krakow records to 48,894

a net gain of 20,073

For family tree growth visit JRI-Poland's website at:
http://www1.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/


The following are the records just submitted to JRI-Poland:

Births: 1805-09; 1811-14; 1830; 1831; 1834; 1837-45; 1881-85.
Marriages: 1811; 1832-1838 Religious
Deaths: 1839-52

Special Thanks to the following Krakow Shtetl CO-OP Initiative volunteers:
Andrew Gries, Dennis Gries, Shala Rossheim, Julian Schamroth, Adele Susskind.

There will be one more submission and then all the records that have indexes
will be complete.

The next phase is to write indexes for the years that don't have them and
volunteers are needed. You must be able to get to an LDS Family History
Center, be able to read Polish vital records, and write, or use a laptop,
the information for the index >from the records: Year of event, Act No.
Type,Suranme, given name. Please contact the writer if you are interested
in being a part of this project.

The more volunteers, the faster this work can be done.

Judie Goldstein
Coordinator, Krakow Shtetl CO-OP Initiative
JRI-Poland
wg@panix.com


Message policy for the JRI-Poland list #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear JRI-Poland list subscribers:

As you know, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland has been a moderated
list for some months. This has enabled us to limit messages to those
within the scope of our project and politely reject those which do not
qualify.

But, with the many new subscribers to the JRI-Poland list and the expected
increase in posts, it is timely to review our policy regarding the rejection of messages and how subscribers will be notified by our moderator, Stuart Richler.

Here's what the message will say:

"Your message to the JRI - Poland list is considered to be a personal
research request which is outside the mandate of this list. To assist
you in your personal research, we have prepared the following guide.
We hope you will find it useful:

Familiarize yourself with all aspects of JewishGen
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
For general Jewish genealogical information, the place to start is
with JewishGen, the home of Jewish genealogy on the world wide web.
The address is:

<A HREF="http://www.jewishgen.org ">http://www.jewishgen.org</A>

Next, download or print out the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) file:

<A HREF=" http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html">
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html</A>

Check out the JewishGen Family Finder
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
It is important to understand the value of connecting to and working with
others interested in the same SURNAME or town. Don't duplicate work!
Check to see if there are researchers with a common interest to yours
who may have already done some of the research you are aiming to do.
It can make your own work much easier.

So, one of the first steps is to check the JewishGen Family Finder:

<A HREF="http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff">http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff</A>

The "family finder" features on-line search and/or entry. It grows
day-day-by-day so frequent visits to the site should be an ongoing strategy.

Understand the JRI - Poland project... what it can do!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland at http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl can
help you locate shtetls where your ancestral names were found in birth,
marriage or death registrations... including variant spellings that are the
same phonetic name. This is the real strength (some call it magic) of the
JRI-Poland project... to identify the places where surnames appeared
and your families lived -- including towns you may have never known before.

Look at the vital records you have uncovered.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If a JRI-Poland database search uncovers towns with your family surnames,
order the LDS microfilms or copies of the records, and view them yourself.

For Information on the LDS microfilms, read the "Source of the Data"
paragraph in the JRI-Poland Frequently Asked Questions.
<A HREF=" http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/reippfaq.htm">
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/reippfaq.htm</A>

If you have an uncommon surname, these records may connect you to
other branches of your family in nearby towns. Seeing the actual records
may be the only way to verify that the index entries in the JRI-Poland
database are or could be for the family you are seeking. They can help
direct your future research

Read the JRI-Poland "InfoFiles" first; direct your questions to the right
place.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
It is imperative to read the JRI-Poland InfoFiles; they will answer many
of your questions. Queries to the JRI-Poland list should not be for
material that is available in the InfoFiles. Personal research questions
not directly related to the project, such as: "I am searching for
<SURNAME>" posts, should be made to the JewishGen list.

For general research information, read the JewishGen InfoFiles at:

<A HREF="http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles">
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles</A>

Know the limitations: JRI-Poland cannot do everything!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
This indexing project is a huge ongoing one and is totally volunteer
driven. Realize that the JRI-Poland database does not have all of
the Jewish vital records of Poland! And, your ancestors may be from
an area whose records are not yet part of our database. Or, the
years that your family lived in a certain town have not yet been
indexed. Read on, there is something you can do about this.

After the search
~~~~~~~~~~~
When you get your JRI-Poland search output, read the explanatory
notes at the bottom; they will tell you how the data is helpful, what its
limitations are, and then you'll be on your way.

Also, remember, the JRI-Poland database was created by human beings;
there could be errors. We explain how errors may occur, and how you
can report them, on the home page of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland.

Be a volunteer - form your own or join a Shtetl CO-OP
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If you don't find your family in your initial searches, read about the
JRI-Poland Shtetl CO-OP initiative and join in at:

<A HREF=" http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/jri-plin.htm">
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/jri-plin.htm</A>

Make sure one of the next shtetls to be indexed is the one with
YOUR family records. Every individual can make a difference in
the project.

One last hint
~~~~~~~~~~
Experienced researchers will tell you of the benefits of having a
mentor in or networking with someone close to home, perhaps
in your city or town. Join the nearest Jewish Genealogical
Society... (the list is on the International Association of Jewish
Jewish Genealogical Societies page on the JewishGen site:
<A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/ajgs/">http://www.jewishgen.org/ajgs/ajgs-
jgss.html</A>).
If there's no society nearby, ask around your town, at the
synagogues, the Jewish Community Center, put up a notice,
post a message on JewishGen.... Try everything! Form your
own little study group! You will be glad you did."


The Board of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


JRI Poland #Poland Message policy for the JRI-Poland list #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

Dear JRI-Poland list subscribers:

As you know, Jewish Records Indexing - Poland has been a moderated
list for some months. This has enabled us to limit messages to those
within the scope of our project and politely reject those which do not
qualify.

But, with the many new subscribers to the JRI-Poland list and the expected
increase in posts, it is timely to review our policy regarding the rejection of messages and how subscribers will be notified by our moderator, Stuart Richler.

Here's what the message will say:

"Your message to the JRI - Poland list is considered to be a personal
research request which is outside the mandate of this list. To assist
you in your personal research, we have prepared the following guide.
We hope you will find it useful:

Familiarize yourself with all aspects of JewishGen
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
For general Jewish genealogical information, the place to start is
with JewishGen, the home of Jewish genealogy on the world wide web.
The address is:

<A HREF="http://www.jewishgen.org ">http://www.jewishgen.org</A>

Next, download or print out the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) file:

<A HREF=" http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html">
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/faq.html</A>

Check out the JewishGen Family Finder
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
It is important to understand the value of connecting to and working with
others interested in the same SURNAME or town. Don't duplicate work!
Check to see if there are researchers with a common interest to yours
who may have already done some of the research you are aiming to do.
It can make your own work much easier.

So, one of the first steps is to check the JewishGen Family Finder:

<A HREF="http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff">http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff</A>

The "family finder" features on-line search and/or entry. It grows
day-day-by-day so frequent visits to the site should be an ongoing strategy.

Understand the JRI - Poland project... what it can do!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland at http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl can
help you locate shtetls where your ancestral names were found in birth,
marriage or death registrations... including variant spellings that are the
same phonetic name. This is the real strength (some call it magic) of the
JRI-Poland project... to identify the places where surnames appeared
and your families lived -- including towns you may have never known before.

Look at the vital records you have uncovered.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If a JRI-Poland database search uncovers towns with your family surnames,
order the LDS microfilms or copies of the records, and view them yourself.

For Information on the LDS microfilms, read the "Source of the Data"
paragraph in the JRI-Poland Frequently Asked Questions.
<A HREF=" http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/reippfaq.htm">
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/reippfaq.htm</A>

If you have an uncommon surname, these records may connect you to
other branches of your family in nearby towns. Seeing the actual records
may be the only way to verify that the index entries in the JRI-Poland
database are or could be for the family you are seeking. They can help
direct your future research

Read the JRI-Poland "InfoFiles" first; direct your questions to the right
place.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
It is imperative to read the JRI-Poland InfoFiles; they will answer many
of your questions. Queries to the JRI-Poland list should not be for
material that is available in the InfoFiles. Personal research questions
not directly related to the project, such as: "I am searching for
<SURNAME>" posts, should be made to the JewishGen list.

For general research information, read the JewishGen InfoFiles at:

<A HREF="http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles">
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles</A>

Know the limitations: JRI-Poland cannot do everything!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
This indexing project is a huge ongoing one and is totally volunteer
driven. Realize that the JRI-Poland database does not have all of
the Jewish vital records of Poland! And, your ancestors may be from
an area whose records are not yet part of our database. Or, the
years that your family lived in a certain town have not yet been
indexed. Read on, there is something you can do about this.

After the search
~~~~~~~~~~~
When you get your JRI-Poland search output, read the explanatory
notes at the bottom; they will tell you how the data is helpful, what its
limitations are, and then you'll be on your way.

Also, remember, the JRI-Poland database was created by human beings;
there could be errors. We explain how errors may occur, and how you
can report them, on the home page of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland.

Be a volunteer - form your own or join a Shtetl CO-OP
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
If you don't find your family in your initial searches, read about the
JRI-Poland Shtetl CO-OP initiative and join in at:

<A HREF=" http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/jri-plin.htm">
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/jri-plin.htm</A>

Make sure one of the next shtetls to be indexed is the one with
YOUR family records. Every individual can make a difference in
the project.

One last hint
~~~~~~~~~~
Experienced researchers will tell you of the benefits of having a
mentor in or networking with someone close to home, perhaps
in your city or town. Join the nearest Jewish Genealogical
Society... (the list is on the International Association of Jewish
Jewish Genealogical Societies page on the JewishGen site:
<A HREF="http://www1.jewishgen.org/ajgs/">http://www.jewishgen.org/ajgs/ajgs-
jgss.html</A>).
If there's no society nearby, ask around your town, at the
synagogues, the Jewish Community Center, put up a notice,
post a message on JewishGen.... Try everything! Form your
own little study group! You will be glad you did."


The Board of Jewish Records Indexing - Poland


Re moderator's message #poland

MMBegun@...
 

In a message dated 98-08-07 01:36:37 EDT, Stuart wrote:

<< Please do not send messages to JRI-PL by hitting the reply button when
viewing a digest. Click on the "new message" button instead. This way I won't
have to clean up the mess that is created when your message comes in for
approval. Stuart] >>

Every ISP has a different, but similar format. On AOL 3.0, for example, the
e-mail message page does not have a "new message" button on the box where
you're reading your new mail. It has only a "reply" button. (Maybe v4.0 will
be different -- available now.) Don't use it if you're writing to an
individual who has posted.

When we respond, if we use the "reply" button, we need to make sure that we
replace the SUBJECT line (which will be the last digest title if we don't)
with the topic of our message.

For people who are replying to a specific message, they should make sure that
the address in their "TO" box is either:

1.) jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org IF the message is intended for the membership
of
the listserv (That's when you use the "reply" button & change the
subject line.)

OR

2.) the e-mail address of the originator of the message IF the reply is
meant only
for that person. (Use your block, copy & paste functions to place the
person's address in your e-mail "TO" box.)

Hope this helps & doesn't confuse. Regards, Mila

[moderator: Yes, your message certainly helps, but I would add one more thing. If you are receiving messages in digest format and would like to respond to one of the messages in the digest please ensure that your reply does not quote the entire digest, just the relevant message (or part of the message) that you are replying to. Stuart]


JRI Poland #Poland Re moderator's message #poland

MMBegun@...
 

In a message dated 98-08-07 01:36:37 EDT, Stuart wrote:

<< Please do not send messages to JRI-PL by hitting the reply button when
viewing a digest. Click on the "new message" button instead. This way I won't
have to clean up the mess that is created when your message comes in for
approval. Stuart] >>

Every ISP has a different, but similar format. On AOL 3.0, for example, the
e-mail message page does not have a "new message" button on the box where
you're reading your new mail. It has only a "reply" button. (Maybe v4.0 will
be different -- available now.) Don't use it if you're writing to an
individual who has posted.

When we respond, if we use the "reply" button, we need to make sure that we
replace the SUBJECT line (which will be the last digest title if we don't)
with the topic of our message.

For people who are replying to a specific message, they should make sure that
the address in their "TO" box is either:

1.) jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org IF the message is intended for the membership
of
the listserv (That's when you use the "reply" button & change the
subject line.)

OR

2.) the e-mail address of the originator of the message IF the reply is
meant only
for that person. (Use your block, copy & paste functions to place the
person's address in your e-mail "TO" box.)

Hope this helps & doesn't confuse. Regards, Mila

[moderator: Yes, your message certainly helps, but I would add one more thing. If you are receiving messages in digest format and would like to respond to one of the messages in the digest please ensure that your reply does not quote the entire digest, just the relevant message (or part of the message) that you are replying to. Stuart]


Re: h-sig digest: August 05, 1998 #hungary

Dennis Baer <dbaer@...>
 

Hello everyone

Today, I got the following passenger list information today by electronic
mail and I will get the actual copy of the passenger list in the US MAIL
next week. Email me to get the search firm's name and 800 number and I will
give you details of their passenger list retrievals and soundex and index
searches of passenger list indexes.


Each under the surname SCHANZ
in the Jun 24, 1907 passenger list for the SS Livonia out of Rotterdam >Jun
8, 1907

Sara, Age 38, Female
Effel, Age 14, Female
Mendel, Age 11, Male
Frida, Age 9, Female
Marian, Age 7, Female
Abram, Age 5, Male

It says that the husband \ father paid passage for all of them. It
listed his name as SAMUEL SANC and his address as 13 Clinton
Street in Manhattan, NY. There is no address, however, listed for >SARA.
It just says that her and her children were Hungarian and thier >last known
residence was Munkacs

God Bless them all and may they rest in peace for they appeared the
fortunate ones.

So let it get written and so let it get done.

Dennis Baer


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: h-sig digest: August 05, 1998 #hungary

Dennis Baer <dbaer@...>
 

Hello everyone

Today, I got the following passenger list information today by electronic
mail and I will get the actual copy of the passenger list in the US MAIL
next week. Email me to get the search firm's name and 800 number and I will
give you details of their passenger list retrievals and soundex and index
searches of passenger list indexes.


Each under the surname SCHANZ
in the Jun 24, 1907 passenger list for the SS Livonia out of Rotterdam >Jun
8, 1907

Sara, Age 38, Female
Effel, Age 14, Female
Mendel, Age 11, Male
Frida, Age 9, Female
Marian, Age 7, Female
Abram, Age 5, Male

It says that the husband \ father paid passage for all of them. It
listed his name as SAMUEL SANC and his address as 13 Clinton
Street in Manhattan, NY. There is no address, however, listed for >SARA.
It just says that her and her children were Hungarian and thier >last known
residence was Munkacs

God Bless them all and may they rest in peace for they appeared the
fortunate ones.

So let it get written and so let it get done.

Dennis Baer


Census & Delancy St. #general

Jim Straughan <jims@...>
 

Awhile back there was a question about Delancy St. in N.Y. circa 1910, I
think. My Grandparents lived on Delancy St. and I found them by going to
the WA state repository and requesting the 1900 census. At the time I
didn't realize there was a New York County and had asked for Kings County.
At any rate, the ED # was 284, the street # was 23 and the other division
was Borough of Manhattan. The names on the list besides the Jacobs, were
Pinsky, (Mary, Joseph, Louis, & William); Cohn, (Harris, Pearl, Sadie,
Molly, Rachael, Mary, Louis, Abe & Issy); Spieler, (Herman, Sadie, Louis,
Max, and a name that looks like "Kaiber Pimer" boarder.); Mosher, (Nathan &
Bertha); Schwartstin(sp?) (Jas, Bertha, Manuel, Blanch and Tublich, last
name illegible, listed as servent, born in Austria); and finally Rosenberg,
( Name begins with Miny, Wife, listed as head of household with son, Issy.
She was born in Germany and the son in New York. Some of the spelling may
be iffy as a few are difficult to read. The years of immigration vary from
1888 to 1897. I hope this helps anyone.
Miriam (Ghormley) Straughan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Census & Delancy St. #general

Jim Straughan <jims@...>
 

Awhile back there was a question about Delancy St. in N.Y. circa 1910, I
think. My Grandparents lived on Delancy St. and I found them by going to
the WA state repository and requesting the 1900 census. At the time I
didn't realize there was a New York County and had asked for Kings County.
At any rate, the ED # was 284, the street # was 23 and the other division
was Borough of Manhattan. The names on the list besides the Jacobs, were
Pinsky, (Mary, Joseph, Louis, & William); Cohn, (Harris, Pearl, Sadie,
Molly, Rachael, Mary, Louis, Abe & Issy); Spieler, (Herman, Sadie, Louis,
Max, and a name that looks like "Kaiber Pimer" boarder.); Mosher, (Nathan &
Bertha); Schwartstin(sp?) (Jas, Bertha, Manuel, Blanch and Tublich, last
name illegible, listed as servent, born in Austria); and finally Rosenberg,
( Name begins with Miny, Wife, listed as head of household with son, Issy.
She was born in Germany and the son in New York. Some of the spelling may
be iffy as a few are difficult to read. The years of immigration vary from
1888 to 1897. I hope this helps anyone.
Miriam (Ghormley) Straughan


Re: h-sig digest: August 05, 1998 #hungary

DWSAnes@...
 

I think the digest is a good idea. It reduces the clutter in my mailbox,
expecially when I am away for a week or so. This way I won't miss something
which I might feel important. We are off in ten days for three weeks to
Europe and would hate to miss anything, but to read through 1-300 messages is
a chore, many of which are not pertinent. Thus, I for one, favor a weekly
digest where there is the option of downloading items of interest and
eliminating some of the more personal chat correspondence. Maybe we might
consdier a chat room to serve that purpose!

D.Stein


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: h-sig digest: August 05, 1998 #hungary

DWSAnes@...
 

I think the digest is a good idea. It reduces the clutter in my mailbox,
expecially when I am away for a week or so. This way I won't miss something
which I might feel important. We are off in ten days for three weeks to
Europe and would hate to miss anything, but to read through 1-300 messages is
a chore, many of which are not pertinent. Thus, I for one, favor a weekly
digest where there is the option of downloading items of interest and
eliminating some of the more personal chat correspondence. Maybe we might
consdier a chat room to serve that purpose!

D.Stein


Moderation feature turned on. #lithuania

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

With this message, this mailing list will be moderated by a volunteer of
the LitvakSIG.

If this message goes out, on its on accord, well we have some more homework
to do.

If it ends up in the queue.. then the moderator can chose to post it as an
alert.

Sorry for the inconvenience... but we are moving right along.. <grin>

Susan


Bernard Seeff #lithuania

Devera Witkin <dewmhw@...>
 

We have sent email to Bernard twice under 2 different e-mail addresses,
and have had both returned. If anyone has his most recent e-mail
address, please forward to us. Thanks, Devera Witkin, Co-Coordinator,
Panaevezys Uyezd Research Group dewmhw@pacbell.net


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Moderation feature turned on. #lithuania

Susan E. King <susan.king@...>
 

With this message, this mailing list will be moderated by a volunteer of
the LitvakSIG.

If this message goes out, on its on accord, well we have some more homework
to do.

If it ends up in the queue.. then the moderator can chose to post it as an
alert.

Sorry for the inconvenience... but we are moving right along.. <grin>

Susan


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Bernard Seeff #lithuania

Devera Witkin <dewmhw@...>
 

We have sent email to Bernard twice under 2 different e-mail addresses,
and have had both returned. If anyone has his most recent e-mail
address, please forward to us. Thanks, Devera Witkin, Co-Coordinator,
Panaevezys Uyezd Research Group dewmhw@pacbell.net


Re: challenging passenger arrivals #hungary

Jordan Auslander <jordan@...>
 

My typo, T612 should have been T621, the passenger soundex.

Jordan


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: challenging passenger arrivals #hungary

Jordan Auslander <jordan@...>
 

My typo, T612 should have been T621, the passenger soundex.

Jordan