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Restoration of the synagogue in Bitca, Slovakia #hungary

lilotmoorman@...
 

A nonprofit, government-protected fund has been established for the restorat=
ion of the synagogue in Bitca, Slovakia (formerly Bisce, Hungary). Almost al=
l of Bitca's Jews were deported in 1942 and there is no longer a Jewish comm=
unity in the city. Therefore the restored synagogue will be a public place.
Several milestones have been reached, and the work is at the point where The=
synagogue's windows are being replaced and repaired.
<snip>
Lilot Moorman
Lilotmoorman@gmail.com

Moderator: Please contact Lilot off-list if you want more information.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Restoration of the synagogue in Bitca, Slovakia #hungary

lilotmoorman@...
 

A nonprofit, government-protected fund has been established for the restorat=
ion of the synagogue in Bitca, Slovakia (formerly Bisce, Hungary). Almost al=
l of Bitca's Jews were deported in 1942 and there is no longer a Jewish comm=
unity in the city. Therefore the restored synagogue will be a public place.
Several milestones have been reached, and the work is at the point where The=
synagogue's windows are being replaced and repaired.
<snip>
Lilot Moorman
Lilotmoorman@gmail.com

Moderator: Please contact Lilot off-list if you want more information.


Sailing to Halifax from Port of Pasbiac 1899 #general

Annette Stolberg <annettes@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I have that my GF Chaim
FEIGELMAN/FOGELMAN//VOGELMAN/UOGELMAN entered the US in
three stages after leaving Hamburg on 25 January, 1899, for
Liverpool, stage one. Stage 2, Chaim UOGELMAN, due to a styled V
which appears as UOGELMAN, given name Chaim remains the same. The
ship was the Lake Ontario on the Canadian Steamship Line, Master F.
Caney, heading to the Port of Paspebiac. Stage 3 is Chaim
UOGELMAN on number 245 of the Lake Ontario arriving at the Port of
Halifax, NS, , crossing at Saint Albans to the US on 3/99/1899.

The only explanation I can find is the trip to Paspebiac for
embarking passengers to that port, and sailing for Nova Scotia to
disembark passengers who will cross to Vermont. Was it usual for a
ship to travel to two stops such as my grandfather's stage 3 above?

I would like an explanation >from any
genners who kknows that it was common for ships to make more
than one trip to two or more ports on the same ship, perhaps on
the same date. I would appreciate anyone's thoughts.

Thank you.

Annette stolberg.

Researching: ERLICHMAN/HERMAN, YABLONOFSKY, BRESBOZH, MUSHIN,
FAGELMAN and variants:.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sailing to Halifax from Port of Pasbiac 1899 #general

Annette Stolberg <annettes@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I have that my GF Chaim
FEIGELMAN/FOGELMAN//VOGELMAN/UOGELMAN entered the US in
three stages after leaving Hamburg on 25 January, 1899, for
Liverpool, stage one. Stage 2, Chaim UOGELMAN, due to a styled V
which appears as UOGELMAN, given name Chaim remains the same. The
ship was the Lake Ontario on the Canadian Steamship Line, Master F.
Caney, heading to the Port of Paspebiac. Stage 3 is Chaim
UOGELMAN on number 245 of the Lake Ontario arriving at the Port of
Halifax, NS, , crossing at Saint Albans to the US on 3/99/1899.

The only explanation I can find is the trip to Paspebiac for
embarking passengers to that port, and sailing for Nova Scotia to
disembark passengers who will cross to Vermont. Was it usual for a
ship to travel to two stops such as my grandfather's stage 3 above?

I would like an explanation >from any
genners who kknows that it was common for ships to make more
than one trip to two or more ports on the same ship, perhaps on
the same date. I would appreciate anyone's thoughts.

Thank you.

Annette stolberg.

Researching: ERLICHMAN/HERMAN, YABLONOFSKY, BRESBOZH, MUSHIN,
FAGELMAN and variants:.


Searching: KOMISARCZYK from Mozyr #belarus

myra@...
 

my husband, Steven Spiwak (Spivak) family came >from Mozyr. His great grandfather
was Abrahm Spiwak. How can I find his great grandmother's name. Steve
has found cousins through DNA that came >from Mozyr. Their surname is KOMISARCZYK
I am hoping that his great grandmother surname was KOMISARCZYK.
Where can I find out this information?

Myra Osheff Spiwak
Chicago, Ill
MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately with family information


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching: KOMISARCZYK from Mozyr #belarus

myra@...
 

my husband, Steven Spiwak (Spivak) family came >from Mozyr. His great grandfather
was Abrahm Spiwak. How can I find his great grandmother's name. Steve
has found cousins through DNA that came >from Mozyr. Their surname is KOMISARCZYK
I am hoping that his great grandmother surname was KOMISARCZYK.
Where can I find out this information?

Myra Osheff Spiwak
Chicago, Ill
MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately with family information


Brick wall: HAUSMAN from Stryy #galicia

David Ellis
 

I have been stuck for quite a few years trying to uncover the ancestry
of my gg-gf Hersh HAUSMAN, who according to my family's oral
history came >from Stryy. I have been unable to find any records for
him in either the All Galicia Database or JRI-Poland. I would estimate
his birth to be around the year 1840.

He married Chana Rochel WAGSCHAL >from Rozdol and had one son,
my g-gf David HAUSMAN (1866-1945). He died between 1866 and
1877, but I haven't been able to narrow it down further. After his death,
Chana Rochel married Chaim Zev ROTHBAUM and had one son, my
g-gf's half-brother Sam ROTHBAUM (1877-1928). I found the death
record for my gg-gm Chana Rochel, showing her parents' names as
Aron Leib and Jutte. I also found the birth record for Sam, giving
Chana Rochel's mother's name as Lea. I could not find a birth record
for my g-gf in either Rozdol or Stryy.

There is an 1886 death record >from Rozdol for a Nuchim HAUSMAN,
age 90, son of Hersz and Nechuma. The time frame is right for
Nuchim to have been my gg-gf's father and for my gg-gf to have been
named for his gf, who I estimate would have been born around 1770.
But I have absolutely no documentary evidence to support such a
conjecture.

Another David HAUSMAN came >from the nearby town of Mikolajow. I
believe he was a first or second cousin of his namesake, my g-gf, with
both named after a common ancestor, perhaps Nuchim's father in law.
The "other" David HAUSMAN married Marjem HERBST, and I have
been in touch with some of his descendants, but we cannot connect
our trees. His death record gives his parents' names as Nathan and
Charna, while census records place his birth around 1857.

I spent much time combing the records in the All Galicia Database and
JRI-Poland, but perhaps there's something I missed. Suggestions
would very much be appreciated; please contact me directly by e-mail.

------
David J Ellis
Natick, MA 01760
djemkitso@verizon.net


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Brick wall: HAUSMAN from Stryy #galicia

David Ellis
 

I have been stuck for quite a few years trying to uncover the ancestry
of my gg-gf Hersh HAUSMAN, who according to my family's oral
history came >from Stryy. I have been unable to find any records for
him in either the All Galicia Database or JRI-Poland. I would estimate
his birth to be around the year 1840.

He married Chana Rochel WAGSCHAL >from Rozdol and had one son,
my g-gf David HAUSMAN (1866-1945). He died between 1866 and
1877, but I haven't been able to narrow it down further. After his death,
Chana Rochel married Chaim Zev ROTHBAUM and had one son, my
g-gf's half-brother Sam ROTHBAUM (1877-1928). I found the death
record for my gg-gm Chana Rochel, showing her parents' names as
Aron Leib and Jutte. I also found the birth record for Sam, giving
Chana Rochel's mother's name as Lea. I could not find a birth record
for my g-gf in either Rozdol or Stryy.

There is an 1886 death record >from Rozdol for a Nuchim HAUSMAN,
age 90, son of Hersz and Nechuma. The time frame is right for
Nuchim to have been my gg-gf's father and for my gg-gf to have been
named for his gf, who I estimate would have been born around 1770.
But I have absolutely no documentary evidence to support such a
conjecture.

Another David HAUSMAN came >from the nearby town of Mikolajow. I
believe he was a first or second cousin of his namesake, my g-gf, with
both named after a common ancestor, perhaps Nuchim's father in law.
The "other" David HAUSMAN married Marjem HERBST, and I have
been in touch with some of his descendants, but we cannot connect
our trees. His death record gives his parents' names as Nathan and
Charna, while census records place his birth around 1857.

I spent much time combing the records in the All Galicia Database and
JRI-Poland, but perhaps there's something I missed. Suggestions
would very much be appreciated; please contact me directly by e-mail.

------
David J Ellis
Natick, MA 01760
djemkitso@verizon.net


Re: Brick wall: HAUSMAN from Galicia #general

Alexander Sharon
 

David,

The oldest records for Stryj that are located in Przemysl Government Archive
are >from 1858.

Best,

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB

---
David Ellis wrote:

I have been stuck for quite a few years trying to uncover the ancestry of my
gg-gf Hersh HAUSMAN, who according to my family's oral history came from
Stryy, in Galicia. I have been unable to find any records for him in either
the All Galicia Database or JRI-Poland. I would estimate his birth to be
around the year 1840.
(...)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Brick wall: HAUSMAN from Galicia #general

Alexander Sharon
 

David,

The oldest records for Stryj that are located in Przemysl Government Archive
are >from 1858.

Best,

Alexander Sharon
Calgary, AB

---
David Ellis wrote:

I have been stuck for quite a few years trying to uncover the ancestry of my
gg-gf Hersh HAUSMAN, who according to my family's oral history came from
Stryy, in Galicia. I have been unable to find any records for him in either
the All Galicia Database or JRI-Poland. I would estimate his birth to be
around the year 1840.
(...)


Re: 38th Royal Fusiliers Question #general

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

The Israel Genealogy Research Association has a number of lists in its
collection. Registration to do a search is free. You may find him
there. One of the lists is the index of the forums filled out by
people for the Museum called Beit Hagdudim in Avihayil. There are also
some lists >from other places.

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy

Keep up to date on archives, databases and genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with
http://twitter.com/JewDataGenGirl

---
From: Ben Forman <ben.r.forman@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2016 13:00:28 +0100

How do I find out the Unit of the 38th Royal Fusiliers in which mt
Great Grandfather served, his regimental number was J.518. There's a
war diary on Ancestry which is for the 2nd Battalion 29th Division, in
the Gallipoli Section. I don't think it's relevant to my GGF as I know
he was shipped out to Egypt and served in Palestine but it would help
to find out more.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: 38th Royal Fusiliers Question #general

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

The Israel Genealogy Research Association has a number of lists in its
collection. Registration to do a search is free. You may find him
there. One of the lists is the index of the forums filled out by
people for the Museum called Beit Hagdudim in Avihayil. There are also
some lists >from other places.

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy

Keep up to date on archives, databases and genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with
http://twitter.com/JewDataGenGirl

---
From: Ben Forman <ben.r.forman@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2016 13:00:28 +0100

How do I find out the Unit of the 38th Royal Fusiliers in which mt
Great Grandfather served, his regimental number was J.518. There's a
war diary on Ancestry which is for the 2nd Battalion 29th Division, in
the Gallipoli Section. I don't think it's relevant to my GGF as I know
he was shipped out to Egypt and served in Palestine but it would help
to find out more.


Finding arrivals -- zero for three #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Well this is most probably just frustration talking ... but I have
three naturalization papers that show specific details on arrivals but
none of them popped out of the databases when searched. I know
arrivals >from naturalization papers are often fuzzy but with specifics
I was hoping one would yield the family. Maybe I am just pushing the
wrong buttons today.....

Max Baker says he arrived >from Liverpool to New York on the Caronia
Sept 18, 1907 -- and sure enough the ship arrived that day, In his
case I have a suspicion his name is neither Max nor Baker but I suspect
he is heading to Boston area when his family members are. He says he
was born July 1893 in Wolyn, Russia.

John Baker says he arrived in Philadelphia August 24, 1905 >from
Liverpool and it appears aboard the Westerland. On his naturalization
they crossed out Boston and wrote in Philadelphia. He says he was
born November 1884 in Volinsk, Russia. He goes to Boston but I do not
know if that was his original destination.

Jacob Baker says he came >from Liverpool to Boston arriving Aug 30, 1906
aboard the Ivernia. He says he was born May 1887 in Wolyn, Russia.

Somewhere along the line their mother appears to also come over,
hopefully with Max or maybe Jacob. Her name is showing on the 1910
Census as Gertrude Baker.

With three some specific arrival and in the came of Max and Jacob they
seem to align with real ship arrivals you think one of them would show
up in the databases. So far I am zero fro three on finding any of them.

I saw a Jacob Britzke which I guess needs some more examination but a
quick search for other Britzke arrivals did not yield either of the
brothers.

John is fairly stable in Boston area and shows in the various census
records. Jacob is Jake in 1910 and 1920 living with a wife a cousins
and then vanishes >from the Census although I know they had a child in
1921. Max is only in the 1910 Census but in 1920 there is a Mendel
while the age is way off he is living with mother Gertrude so I suspect
Max and Mendel might be the same child but Max also vanishes >from the
Census.

The family that does not want to be found and yield its secrets.... or
maybe I am just pushing the wrong buttons on the search today!

Thanks

Allan Jordan


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Finding arrivals -- zero for three #general

A. E. Jordan
 

Well this is most probably just frustration talking ... but I have
three naturalization papers that show specific details on arrivals but
none of them popped out of the databases when searched. I know
arrivals >from naturalization papers are often fuzzy but with specifics
I was hoping one would yield the family. Maybe I am just pushing the
wrong buttons today.....

Max Baker says he arrived >from Liverpool to New York on the Caronia
Sept 18, 1907 -- and sure enough the ship arrived that day, In his
case I have a suspicion his name is neither Max nor Baker but I suspect
he is heading to Boston area when his family members are. He says he
was born July 1893 in Wolyn, Russia.

John Baker says he arrived in Philadelphia August 24, 1905 >from
Liverpool and it appears aboard the Westerland. On his naturalization
they crossed out Boston and wrote in Philadelphia. He says he was
born November 1884 in Volinsk, Russia. He goes to Boston but I do not
know if that was his original destination.

Jacob Baker says he came >from Liverpool to Boston arriving Aug 30, 1906
aboard the Ivernia. He says he was born May 1887 in Wolyn, Russia.

Somewhere along the line their mother appears to also come over,
hopefully with Max or maybe Jacob. Her name is showing on the 1910
Census as Gertrude Baker.

With three some specific arrival and in the came of Max and Jacob they
seem to align with real ship arrivals you think one of them would show
up in the databases. So far I am zero fro three on finding any of them.

I saw a Jacob Britzke which I guess needs some more examination but a
quick search for other Britzke arrivals did not yield either of the
brothers.

John is fairly stable in Boston area and shows in the various census
records. Jacob is Jake in 1910 and 1920 living with a wife a cousins
and then vanishes >from the Census although I know they had a child in
1921. Max is only in the 1910 Census but in 1920 there is a Mendel
while the age is way off he is living with mother Gertrude so I suspect
Max and Mendel might be the same child but Max also vanishes >from the
Census.

The family that does not want to be found and yield its secrets.... or
maybe I am just pushing the wrong buttons on the search today!

Thanks

Allan Jordan


38th Royal Fusiliers Question #general

Ben Forman
 

Hi Genners

How do I find out the Unit of the 38th Royal Fusiliers in which mt
Great Grandfather served, his regimental number was J.518. There's a
war diary on Ancestry which is for the 2nd Battalion 29th Division, in
the Gallipoli Section. I don't think it's relevant to my GGF as I know
he was shipped out to Egypt and served in Palestine but it would help
to find out more.

Thanks as always

Ben Forman

searching: BENSON: Hasenpoth/Courland; BERNSTEIN/WEINER: Ylakiai;
CAHN/CAHEN/WOLF: Zuendorf/Bruhl/Lechenich/Ahrweiler;
FURMAN: Kaluszyn; GEVER: Daugavpils/Dvinsk;
STILLMAN:Pilica/Ogrodzienec SAWADY: Zavadi,Posen;


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen 38th Royal Fusiliers Question #general

Ben Forman
 

Hi Genners

How do I find out the Unit of the 38th Royal Fusiliers in which mt
Great Grandfather served, his regimental number was J.518. There's a
war diary on Ancestry which is for the 2nd Battalion 29th Division, in
the Gallipoli Section. I don't think it's relevant to my GGF as I know
he was shipped out to Egypt and served in Palestine but it would help
to find out more.

Thanks as always

Ben Forman

searching: BENSON: Hasenpoth/Courland; BERNSTEIN/WEINER: Ylakiai;
CAHN/CAHEN/WOLF: Zuendorf/Bruhl/Lechenich/Ahrweiler;
FURMAN: Kaluszyn; GEVER: Daugavpils/Dvinsk;
STILLMAN:Pilica/Ogrodzienec SAWADY: Zavadi,Posen;


Re: What should I expect from autosomal results? #dna

sbloom@...
 

The results may be informative, but not necessarily definitive.

For instance, unknown to me at the time, 2 of my half-6th cousins tested.
Both matched my father and overlapped on at least one chromosomal segment
with him (they were >from a paternal branch, so that made sense). The
results were less conclusive based just on me. Fortunately, I had a very
good paper genealogy with ancestors of both of them on it (and clearly
connecting to me as half 6th cousins).

So, though the test might show distant connections, they might not, and
even if they did, you'd still need paper genealogy to back it up
As well as more testing to help you delineate precisely how they relate
(that is, to see whether dna actually shows the relationship you expect
from paperwork).
As for the other question: a half cousin will share half the dna expected
from a full cousin of whatever level you are looking at. 3rd cousins
share great great grandparents, so, you'd be talking about 3.1% shared
dna instead of 6.3%. The test is designed to resolve that kind of
difference, but I can't tell you how often its successful in really doing
so.

Steve Bloom
Central Virginia

---
Here is my dilemma and hypothesis to resolve:

There are VOLPERTs who are clearly related to Hinde VOLPERT who have had
their autosomal tested. However, even if the two Hindes are the same
person, then they would be only 6th cousins to my wife.

My wife has just taken the autosomal test on FT DNA. Given the endogamous
nature of the Jewish population in this region of Lithuania, what are the
chances that the results will be conclusive? I am looking for closer
VOLPERT candidates, but right now I just have these potential 6th cousins.
How close cousins do they need to be known as to raise the confidence in
the test results to an acceptable level?

Other potentially relevant info: the tree I have on the LUBINSKY side,
also >from Kedainiai, is extensive but not exhaustive. Another branch of
my wife's family is >from Seduva. And there are descendants of Binyamin
alive who have not been tested, but I assume that the difference between
full third-cousin and half-third cousin would be indistinguishable, since
they also definitely share the LUBINSKY DNA, so they are not test
candidates.

Steve Stein
Highland Park, NJ USA


DNA Research #DNA Re: What should I expect from autosomal results? #dna

sbloom@...
 

The results may be informative, but not necessarily definitive.

For instance, unknown to me at the time, 2 of my half-6th cousins tested.
Both matched my father and overlapped on at least one chromosomal segment
with him (they were >from a paternal branch, so that made sense). The
results were less conclusive based just on me. Fortunately, I had a very
good paper genealogy with ancestors of both of them on it (and clearly
connecting to me as half 6th cousins).

So, though the test might show distant connections, they might not, and
even if they did, you'd still need paper genealogy to back it up
As well as more testing to help you delineate precisely how they relate
(that is, to see whether dna actually shows the relationship you expect
from paperwork).
As for the other question: a half cousin will share half the dna expected
from a full cousin of whatever level you are looking at. 3rd cousins
share great great grandparents, so, you'd be talking about 3.1% shared
dna instead of 6.3%. The test is designed to resolve that kind of
difference, but I can't tell you how often its successful in really doing
so.

Steve Bloom
Central Virginia

---
Here is my dilemma and hypothesis to resolve:

There are VOLPERTs who are clearly related to Hinde VOLPERT who have had
their autosomal tested. However, even if the two Hindes are the same
person, then they would be only 6th cousins to my wife.

My wife has just taken the autosomal test on FT DNA. Given the endogamous
nature of the Jewish population in this region of Lithuania, what are the
chances that the results will be conclusive? I am looking for closer
VOLPERT candidates, but right now I just have these potential 6th cousins.
How close cousins do they need to be known as to raise the confidence in
the test results to an acceptable level?

Other potentially relevant info: the tree I have on the LUBINSKY side,
also >from Kedainiai, is extensive but not exhaustive. Another branch of
my wife's family is >from Seduva. And there are descendants of Binyamin
alive who have not been tested, but I assume that the difference between
full third-cousin and half-third cousin would be indistinguishable, since
they also definitely share the LUBINSKY DNA, so they are not test
candidates.

Steve Stein
Highland Park, NJ USA


SITE CITE - Jewish Cemeteries in Germany [More on-line sources] #germany

Renate Rosenau <RenateRosenau@...>
 

Yvonne Stern <yvonne.stern17@gmail.com> cited a website with an incomplete
list of Jewish cemeteries in Germany.

Jewish cemeteries for some German states/regions online:

http://www.zentralarchiv.uni-hd.de/FRIEDHOF/ALLGEM/index.html
ZENTRALARCHIV ZUR ERFORSCHUNG DER GESCHICHTE DER JUDEN IN DEUTSCHLAND
with Cemeteries in
Baden-Wuerttemberg
Bayern
Bremen
Niedersachsen
Nordrhein-Westfalen
Rheinland-Pfalz *
Saarland.

*The Rheinland-Pfalz / Rhine Palatinate is based on a survey in the 1990s
which needs actualisation [updating].
----------------

www.alemannia-judaica.de/
Arbeitsgemeinschaft zur Erforschung der juedischen Geschichte,
a private initiative in south-west Germany, Switzerland, Austria, with
history of cemeteries, synagogues, and image files. [In German ]

[Cemetery lists are at:
http://www.alemannia-judaica.de/juedische_friedhoefe.htm ]

------------

http://www.lagis-hessen.de/de/subjects/intro/sn/juf

http://www.lagis-hessen.de/de/subjects/index/sn/gdm

Juedische Grabstaetten Hessen [Jewish cemeteries in Hessen]
by Kommission fuer die Geschichte der Juden in Hessen

[Enter a town or a name in the search box and press "enter".
The site is in German. There is probably list of Jewish
cemeteries in Hessen at the website.
http://www.lagis-hessen.de/de/subjects/index/sn/juf ]

-------
http://www.steinheim-institut.de/wiki/index.php/Kategorie:Epigrafik
Building up a epigraphic data base on Jewish tombstone with presently 166
digital editions with 32631 tombstone inscriptions and 68819 image
files.

Renate Rosenau, Alzey, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany RenateRosenau@t-online.de

Moderator notes appear in squared brackets [ ].


German SIG #Germany SITE CITE - Jewish Cemeteries in Germany [More on-line sources] #germany

Renate Rosenau <RenateRosenau@...>
 

Yvonne Stern <yvonne.stern17@gmail.com> cited a website with an incomplete
list of Jewish cemeteries in Germany.

Jewish cemeteries for some German states/regions online:

http://www.zentralarchiv.uni-hd.de/FRIEDHOF/ALLGEM/index.html
ZENTRALARCHIV ZUR ERFORSCHUNG DER GESCHICHTE DER JUDEN IN DEUTSCHLAND
with Cemeteries in
Baden-Wuerttemberg
Bayern
Bremen
Niedersachsen
Nordrhein-Westfalen
Rheinland-Pfalz *
Saarland.

*The Rheinland-Pfalz / Rhine Palatinate is based on a survey in the 1990s
which needs actualisation [updating].
----------------

www.alemannia-judaica.de/
Arbeitsgemeinschaft zur Erforschung der juedischen Geschichte,
a private initiative in south-west Germany, Switzerland, Austria, with
history of cemeteries, synagogues, and image files. [In German ]

[Cemetery lists are at:
http://www.alemannia-judaica.de/juedische_friedhoefe.htm ]

------------

http://www.lagis-hessen.de/de/subjects/intro/sn/juf

http://www.lagis-hessen.de/de/subjects/index/sn/gdm

Juedische Grabstaetten Hessen [Jewish cemeteries in Hessen]
by Kommission fuer die Geschichte der Juden in Hessen

[Enter a town or a name in the search box and press "enter".
The site is in German. There is probably list of Jewish
cemeteries in Hessen at the website.
http://www.lagis-hessen.de/de/subjects/index/sn/juf ]

-------
http://www.steinheim-institut.de/wiki/index.php/Kategorie:Epigrafik
Building up a epigraphic data base on Jewish tombstone with presently 166
digital editions with 32631 tombstone inscriptions and 68819 image
files.

Renate Rosenau, Alzey, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany RenateRosenau@t-online.de

Moderator notes appear in squared brackets [ ].

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