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Translation of records in Polish - family name WROCLAVSKI #poland #translation

Crivorot, Sergio
 

I've posted three records in Polish for which I need a transcription to a  typed version also in Polish, which I will use for a family book I am creating. With the typed version, I can get it translated through Google, so I don’t really need it to be translated. But I don’t understand Polish and I am unable to read those handwritten versions, so if you can help transcribe it, it would be much appreciated. They are on ViewMate at the following addresses:

https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.jewishgen.org_viewmate_viewmateview.asp-3Fkey-3DVM82145&d=DwICAw&c=j-EkbjBYwkAB4f8ZbVn1Fw&r=HO9fWXevVyptnuexFgVTxrevUZh_Hib3_llnNBhxqbI&m=6l5Zqfvgf9akmiqanwYEK4BXKuHnvJVGfUMb2OQQ1zs&s=qbL9P8FRQOIPIl81ANubZ0tzf5-SYxWQYhJ6cFsw0ic&e=

 

https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.jewishgen.org_viewmate_viewmateview.asp-3Fkey-3DVM82147&d=DwICAw&c=j-EkbjBYwkAB4f8ZbVn1Fw&r=HO9fWXevVyptnuexFgVTxrevUZh_Hib3_llnNBhxqbI&m=bWhwXGequVrWWUKS0RR4Phg44DHwVBykxJ0UNX2F8Oo&s=-V74B_sbhhX2u1ChLqc-s5H99katxOlj21kZmu3hMtY&e=

https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.jewishgen.org_viewmate_viewmateview.asp-3Fkey-3DVM82148&d=DwICAw&c=j-EkbjBYwkAB4f8ZbVn1Fw&r=HO9fWXevVyptnuexFgVTxrevUZh_Hib3_llnNBhxqbI&m=M84oAdOd42e6M0dULwKiX0hrQwpxiCIcCBBdeHvDanc&s=HwpKjJXdR_3V4qj7acyG-_Cxs9zi3L3ju-JlpzUPx34&e

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you so much.

 

Sergio Crivorot
researching
maternal side - WAJC, WROCLAWSKI, WAJNBAUM, LAUFER - Opatow, Poland
paternal side - KRIVOROT, LIPOVETZKI, YANKELEVICH - Bessarabia


Re: Percentages of ancestry - my Ashkenazi father seems to be partly of Italian/Greek descent? #dna

Carolyn Lea
 

I apparently did something wrong because my message did not appear!  As others have said ethnicity is less important than matches as ethnicity is only an estimate and it changes when companies do an update. I recommend reading Judy Russell's blog on ethnicity estimates. 
Here are a few. 
https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2019/01/27/and-still-not-soup/
https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2018/09/12/ancestrydna-ethnicity-estimates-updated/
https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2017/04/16/still-not-soup/
https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2016/08/14/those-percentages-if-you-must/

And there are more! Also, because you are 1/2 Jewish your matches are more likely to be more distant than what is indicated (although FTDNA does adjust for this). In the latest incarnation on FTDNA my mother's German Ancestry became Scandinavian. Judy's was and she now has some German. her father was from Germany and his families lived in the same area for at least the last 200 yrs!

Hope this is helpful. 

Carolyn Lea (Schwarzbaum)


Subject: Seminar Embracing its Jewish Legacy: Has Lithuania reached a milestone? #events #lithuania

Joel Alpert
 

It starts at 9 am Thursday

 
 
More information about the event can be found here: https://docdro.id/GKKqQFk

Full programme of the 9th Litvak Days in London can be found here: https://docdro.id/NRRbk8b

To register


ViewMate translation request - Hungarian #hungary #general

Toivykahan@...
 

I've posted a vital record in Hungarian  for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM82158
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Toivy Kahan


ViewMate translation request - Hungarian #hungary #general

Toivykahan@...
 

I've posted a vital record in Hungarian for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM82149
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.
Toivy Kahan


MyHeritage Germany North Rhine Westphalia Death Index 1870-1940 #germany #announcements

Jan Meisels Allen
 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


MyHeritage announced an exclusive hsitorical recocollection from Germany, the North Rhine Westphalia Death Index 1870-1940. The collection includes 2,450,551 records along with scanned images of the original documents. The images have been fully indexed by MyHeritage for the first time, making the information more accessible and readily searchable than ever before. These records are available only on MyHeritage, and are an invaluable resource for anyone researching their German roots.


To search the records go to:

 https://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10864/germany-north-rhine-westphalia-death-index-1870-1940

 

Searching this collection is free. To view these records or to save records to your family tree, you’ll need a Data or Complete subscriptionhttps://www.myheritage.com/pricing

 

To read more see:  https://tinyurl.com/y9kksvjy

Original url:

https://blog.myheritage.com/2020/05/myheritage-adds-exclusive-new-record-collection-germany-north-rhine-westphalia-death-index-1870-1940

 

The state of North Rhine-Westphalia is the most populous state of Germany with over 17.5 million inhabitants. During the period covered by the records in the collection, the region comprised 3 provinces: Westphalia, North Rhine, and the German Free State of Lippe. They were unified by the British after World War II.

 

The records may contain the following information: certificate number, date of registration which is different from the actual death date, name and occupation of the person reporting the death, given name, last name (and maiden name, if applicable) of the deceased, gender, religion, date and place and time of death, age at death, date and place of birth, residence and often other important information such as spouse and parents.

 

Millions more records will be indexed and added to this collection in the future, in a series of planned updates.

 

I usually do not post about additions to collections for any of the genealogical organizations but since this is an exclusive collection an exception is being made.

 

I have no affiliation with MyHeritage and am posting this solely for the information of the reader.

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 


Re: ROZENBERG in Leeuwarden ; Friesland ; Netherlands #general

Pieter Hoekstra
 

As Nick mentioned, openarch.nl has quite a bit of data on this name.
Leeuwarden, being capital of Friesland, you will get more data from Frisian records site allefriezen.nl. The site is down for maintenance today but I would not expect for long. Some data can be accessed in English. Switch language top right corner of page. Use a translator such as google to convert any words that slip through the net such as column titles.

The following Fb group is in English and contributors very helpful. "Friesland Groningen & Drenthe Genealogy"
You can also look at dutchjewry.org which is in English.

I would normally dive into this but I am in hospital post open heart surgery and not thinking very clearly.


W(V)INKOF(V)SKYs from near Dombrova, Poland #poland

Mel Comisarow
 

I have memoir of one Esther STEIN, who states that circa 1922 her grandmother Sarah VINIKOVSKY had an elderly male cousin living in a small town near Sokolka, Poland (53.408, 23.500). A good guess for this small town is Dombrova Bialostocka, Poland (53.65, 23.35), which is 28 km/17 miles from Sokolka. Does anyone know of VINIKOV(SKY)s/WINIKOFFs from some small town near Solkolka, Poland? Thanks.


Riga and Latvia phone books#latvia

JUROVSKY,Catherine
 

Would somebody have the Riga and Latvia phone books from 1945 onwards (or any selection from 1945 to 1980 approx) or would know how and where to find them?
Best regards
reply to 
Catherine.jurovsky@...


Refugee Ship #general

lesinben@...
 

Any descendants from refugee ship, Villa De Madrid  out of Barcelona, June 21, 1941, finally arrived in US July 13, 1941. What happened to the refugees?


Re: Percentages of ancestry - my Ashkenazi father seems to be partly of Italian/Greek descent? #dna

Carolyn Lea
 

Ethnicity is used as a way to sell tests but not the most reliable part of testing - as Others have said. And if you are even 1/2 Jewish as I am your Jewish "cousins" may be much farther out than what the program says. FTDNA does adjust for this to a degree. For more info on ethnicity estimates see Judy Russell's most recent post on this topic.  https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2019/01/27/and-still-not-soup/

She has several others usually with something about soup - Like not soup yet - etc.
https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2016/08/14/those-percentages-if-you-must/
https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2016/05/01/those-percentages-revisited/
https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2015/11/01/those-percentages/
https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2013/10/27/those-pesky-percentages/
https://www.legalgenealogist.com/2014/05/18/admixture-not-soup-yet/

And there are more!  

My newest estimate from FTDNA's last update erases all my German ancestry on my mother's side and Judy had this same issue at one time and still does. Now I am Scandinavian. Understanding immigration patterns and the movement of Germanic tribes can help explain part of this. 


Re: Ship Manifest codes #usa

Stephan Owen Parnes
 

David Rosen is correct about the totals representing the count of males and females on the manifest page.

 

The reason for the various subtotals as you move down the page has to do with the tally of the passengers by nationality.  Thus, on this page, for example, there are 2 males and 0 females from England, 1 male and 0 females from Bohemia, 2 males and 1 female from Holland, 9 males and 5 females from Germany, and so forth.

 

The tally is usually to the right of the first mention of a particular nationality as you move down the manifest.  Here, however, you may note that the tally for Germany is found to the right of the second entry for Germany.  Nevertheless, this is how it operates.

 

I learned about this when I was a volunteer at the now closed genealogy room at the National Archives branch in Pittsfield, MA, in the mid 1990s.

 

You can read more about manifest notations in a blog entry by Stephen Danko, here https://stephendanko.com/blog/1935 and here https://stephendanko.com/blog/268.

 

Stephan Parnes

Great Barrington, MA

 

From: main@... <main@...> On Behalf Of Susan&David
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2020 12:29 PM
To: main@...
Subject: Re: [JewishGen.org] Ship Manifest codes #usa

 

These numbers in the last column are a count of the males - females on the passenger list. It is easily confirmed by looking at the column with the heading "Sex" and adding up the males and the females.  At the bottom of the last column there should be a total, e.g.,  16 -11- 27.   It was common to see this on passenger lists of this period.  There must have been a reason for doing this, but I have not seen it explained.

David Rosen, Boston, MA


#translation #yiddish #translation #yiddish

barbara Schoenburg
 

Translation please. Have no idea what it says or who it is from or to. It is from someone in Russia or Hungary, I think. Thank you. Barbara Schoenburg

Researching:
Kozlov
Belechevsky
Beniditsky
Weinstein
Schwartz
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Re: Looking for relatives named LEVITES #bessarabia #latinamerica

Valentin Lupu
 

Hi Anita,
Otaki also known as Ataki is a town in Bessarabia, a distinct territory in Moldova. During the history, Otaki was under  Russian rule, Romanian rule and now is in the Republic of Moldova. ROM  is an independent state and separated from the Romanian Moldavia, although it was part of Moldavia and the large majority of the population is of Romanian origin. What you found in the provided link is about a woman hospitalized in Iasi, the capital city of the Romanian Moldavia.

If you search JewishGen for Levitis in Ataki you'll find many people, most of them in the first half of the 19th century. Regarding your grandparents, the only clue I found is Yeshayahu Levit & family as victims of the Holocaust in Ataki. Shaia is a diminutive form of the Hebrew name Yeshayahu. The information is from the Ataki Yizkor Book  published in 1993 in Tel Aviv. There is a memorial monument in Holon cemetery (Israel) dedicated to the Holocaust victims from Ataki. Yeshayahu Levit name is engraved on the monument.

Valentin Lupu   <lupuval@...>  Israel


Anita  kastamp@... wrote:
I am looking for any information related to my background. I don't know much about my family. My father, Sulim Levites, had four brothers: Israel, Aron, Henrique, and Blandina. All siblings moved to Brazil, first in Bahia and then São Paulo. My grandparents' names are Enta and Shaia. I was able to find one record with the name Ienta Levitis (https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/cemetery/jowbr.php?rec=J_MOLDAVIA_0070836)Not sure if she is my grandmother though and nothing about my grandfather.

Moreover, my father and his siblings were born in Otaci. I was able to find many records by looking for the Surname "Levites" and phonetically similar. How do I know if any is related to me?
Anita      kastamp@...





Upcoming IGRA programming: #jgs-iajgs #events #israel

Garri Regev
 

Upcoming IGRA virtual programming:

IGRA "Show & Tell" Zoom sessions and our Webinar series continues!

The IGRA "Show & Tell" sessions for the first two weeks of June are listed below. The sessions are 9 pm Israel time, 2 pm EDT. (45 minutes)

You need to register in advance for these sessions and you will be sent the entrance link. These sessions are open to all.

Monday, June 1 in English, 9 pm Israel time - Rose Feldman will talk about Election records as they appear in the IGRA database collection. Registration: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMqcOitrjkqGNF6C4VeArddLpBC-pZImvdD

Wednesday, June 3 in Hebrew, 9 pm Israel time-

רוז פלדמן תדבר על השימוש ברשומות בחירות כחלק
מסיפור המשפחה כפי שמופיע במאגרים של העמותה למחקר גנאלוגי בישראל

Registration: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUsceysqDopGtZylTOIh0aLeoYH3Ddrfx1M

 

Monday, June 8 in English, 9 pm Israel - Janette Silverman will talk about personal experiences with Travel and Research in Lithuania: Kaunas Region. Registration: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcrcO-gqDojGtUvOrwY2OKpeTBt2zo2KBgR

Wednesday, June 11 in Hebrew , 9 pm Israel time –

דניאלה אליגון - איך עולים על עקבותיהם של קרובי משפחה שחיו בוינה (אוסטריה) ובונים את הסיפור שלהם? מסע בין אתרי אינטרנט וארכיונים מקומיים במטרה להכיר קרוב משפחה שנספה בשואה ולא הותיר צאצאים

Registration: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMvcuuprjkqGdez4ACLVrBG3YVueWY2h_o6

 

WEBINAR: 7 pm Israel time, noon EDT - Sunday, June 7

IGRA 2020 Webinar Series - Thierry Samama; Sources for the Genealogy of Tunisian Jews - This webinar will present essential sources for the genealogy of your Jewish ancestors in Tunisia - the last ten years have seen major progress in the publication of genealogical sources, allowing to reach the early 19th or late 18th centuries in many cases.

Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7307574586176440332

 

Join us!

Garri Regev

Past-President@...


2 Polish Archival Records Translation Request ViewMate #poland

Nomi Waksberg
 

Hoping all readers and families are all safe and healthy.

This sheltering in time has given me an opportunity to review and edit
family archival records. I've come across two which have been
previously submitted but were not
translated. I'm not sure why. If it's a legibility issue, please let me know.
I hope someone has the time to review the following records.

They are posted on VIEWMATE:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72182
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM72186


Please include
_ all names noted, including mother's maiden names if they are included
_ all dates
_ locations
_occupations / trades if they are noted

Please respond only via the form provided in the ViewMate.

Thank you in advance for your assistance and time in reviewing
records which may be challenging to read.

Nomi Fiszenfeld Waksberg


Are there lists of deceased of the Spanish flu in Jerusalem? #israel

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Are there lists of deceased of the Spanish flu in Jerusalem?

Yoni Ben-Ari, Jerusalem   <yonibenari@...>


Re: Discussion Group - Tips About Hashtags #guidelines

Joseph Feitler
 

Thank you. for your precise and wonderful  (which I Hope I can mange.. printing it out first..andfollow the directions -just like knitting directions!)
I hope to learn more and be able to manage it with my  computer. ALlmy best and thank you!!. 

Eleanor G. Feitler, Central NY State   <jgfeitler@...>

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Seek history of "ATYI" or ATWI from Zaragosa Spain #sephardic

Dodi
 

Looking for information about a specific family "Atyi" or Atwi from Zaragosa Spain that is now in northern Israel, Nazareth and Haifa

Signing your full name to all your messages furthers the spirit of community and mutual assistance that our group depends on.
                            Full name and place of residence & email address is even better.


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Re: Ship Manifest codes #usa

Susan&David
 

These numbers in the last column are a count of the males - females on the passenger list. It is easily confirmed by looking at the column with the heading "Sex" and adding up the males and the females.  At the bottom of the last column there should be a total, e.g.,  16 -11- 27.   It was common to see this on passenger lists of this period.  There must have been a reason for doing this, but I have not seen it explained.

David Rosen, Boston, MA


On 5/27/2020 10:18 AM, plutsk@... wrote:
 
You don't say above what information those numbers are coding, though presumably not for the cause and date of a death.  Is there a guide to what those codes mean, and might they be of any genealogical interest?  Thank you.
Steve Gold

"Those numbers in the Cause of Death column on Customs Lists have long been a source of confusion.  They are annotations made later by gov't statistical clerks when "coding" the documents for official US immigration statistics.  Clerks used that column for this data because it was usually the largest block of available empty space on the page.

Occasionally the column was used during the voyage to record a death, and those notations will typically contain an obvious date and sometimes a cause of death, or even "buried at sea.""

Marian Smith