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Re: Mount Zion and Mount Hebron Cemetery, NY #usa

Kenneth Ryesky
 

When I taught at Queens College CUNY before my Aliyah, I often would walk the 2 long blocks to the Mount Hebron Main Street rear entrance gate and take some volunteer Find-a-Grave photos.  I have had some photos taken by Find-a-Grave volunteers for me subsequent to my Aliyah.

Suggestion:  Before doing a photo request for F-a-G, go to the Mount Hebron website [ http://www.mounthebroncemetery.com ], search the database, get the grave location (they recently have added a satellite image map that will pinpoint the gravesite), and specify it on your photo request.

-- KHR
--
Ken Ryesky
Petach Tikva, ISRAEL
kenneth.ryesky@...

Belarus:  Gomel:  RAISKY, SHKOLNIK(OV), ARONOV, AEROV

Ukraine:  Yelizavetgrad:  Broad/Brodsky (also Odessa), Gertzig/Gertzog
Ukraine/Russia/Turkey:  Yevpatoriya:  Israelson, Arshenov


Re: SEGAL Seduva, Lithuania to Darby PA #names #lithuania

Terry Ashton
 

Dear Jerome
My gt grandfather, Lewis Segal (originally Leib Segalovitch) was the son of Abram and Tzvia and came from Vilna. I just wondered if there might be a connection.
regards
Terry


Looking for Ina ZAVGORODNY (born ~1940) in Israel #israel #russia

Adam Turner
 

Hello! I am trying to track down the family of Ina ZAVGORODNY, who apparently lived in Mitzpe Ramon, Israel when she submitted a Page of Testimony to Yad Vashem on her father Mikhail ZAYDENVARG. From what I can tell, the handwritten date on that page is 1992: https://yvng.yadvashem.org/nameDetails.html?language=en&itemId=1948268&ind=1  

After Googling in Russian, I found that Ina submitted her father's letters to his family during WWII to a book compiling letters of Soviet-Jewish soldiers. Her father Mikhail, according to the bit of the book I just ran through Google Translate, was a Soviet prosecutor in Odessa who later served in the Red Army and went missing in action near Kharkov in 1943: http://holocf.1gb.ru/Editor/assets2/Cohrani_moi_pisma_1-155_edit1.pdf  

By any chance, does anyone know contact info for Ina Zavgorodny or her family?  

Thanks!

Adam Turner
San Francisco, CA


The Neuberger de Hlinik family #names

R. Reuven K. Koffler
 



    Hello,
    I would like to be in touch with all those who research the Neuberger  de Hlinik family. 
    Please respond to my private email address : re_koffler@... 
    Kind regards,
    Reuven Koffler


Re: Torma family #romania #hungary

Ze'ev Itzhak Tschan
 

Hi

Part of my family lived in Torma (also called Tormahof), which was a village in Estonia.

Maybe theres a connection to the name you are looking for.

Have a nice day, Ze'ev!
--
[Ze'ev Itzhak Tschan, Har Adar, Israel]


Re: Fisher Headstone Translation #translation

Sheryl Prenzlau
 

People named Alexander are often called Sender


Re: Fisher Headstone Translation #translation

Dr.Josef ASH
 

Mr Eliahu was the son of Mr Tsvu. His, Eliahu's, loving children built this tomb, supposedly many years after him passed away


Re: Fisher Headstone Translation #translation

Dr.Josef ASH
 

FISHER was their (common) surname.
I think im the Pale records he would appear Tzvi.
this tomb is new one (shure not from 1908). may be you can ask the descendance who had built it?


How to correct error in Vilnius Ghetto List? #holocaust #lithuania

ahemme@...
 

In the Vilnius Ghetto List it says the Berel Druskenik, who was my mom's first cousin, died with the rest of his family in the Vilna Ghetto, in May, 1942.
This is not true.
Berel escaped the ghetto and joined the partisans in the woods.
He came to the US and changed his name to Bernie Druskin.  He became a successful businessman.  He got married, had a daughter, divorced, then married and divorced again.
He was plagued his entire life with the guilt that he felt that his family died because he escaped.
We saw him quite often, for a while, with his second wife.
He died in 2008.
How does one go about correcting this record?
Thank you
Amira Hemme


Re: Looking for info on the MYERS family in West London #unitedkingdom

Joyaa Antares
 

Hi Group,

I am responding to Claire Mitchell, who wrote: “
Hello!  I am trying to find out any information on the MYERS family who lived at 128 Brompton Road, London The parents were George b. 1838 and Mary b. 1841 and there were 3 sons Godfrey b. 1879, Morris b. 1868 & Samuel b. 1859 who as far as I can tell never married and all stayed living as bachelors with their parents.  I think there were some more siblings but these are the ones I know about. If anyone has any information I would be very appreciative!”.

With the astonishing flurry of messages on the SIG coming through every day now, I missed & deleted the post so I am extremely grateful to Eleanor Richmond’s reply, without which this would have passed me by.  I bring this to the group’s attention because with the increasing number of messages appearing under a single all-encompassing group, I am concerned that we may see similar problems in the future.  I don’t have a solution to offer but am flagging this for skilled facilitators’ attentions.

Claire – I am very excited to report that Godfrey, Morris and Samuel were my 2x great uncles.  There were 16 siblings in the family, many of whom died young.  Their brother, Dick (aka Lazarus) was my great grandfather.  Please write to me privately.
Eleanor – Myers is a very common name.  I am not aware of this Canadian connection … but who knows?  

Best regards to all,

Joyaa
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
___________________________
Researching ZAUSMER, ZOUSMER, ZESMER, CHOUSMER, CHAUSMER, TSOUZMER etc, MARCUS, DAVIDOFF in Polangen, Kretinga, Darbenai, Libau, Riga, Memel
SCHORR, SCHERZER, JURIS and DAWID in Buckaczowce, Ottynia, Nadworna, and Kolomyya
ZUNDER in Buckaczowce and Ivano-Frankivsk
KEMPNER in Berlin, Lodz, Warszawa and London   …. and MYERS and MOSES/MANSELL!!
LEVY, BADER in Berlin, Schwerin, Friedeberg

 


ViewMate translation request - Polish #poland #translation

kbergernyc@...
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM80774
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much. I do appreciate it
Ken Berger


Re: IOFE family, Vieksniai, Lithuania, Revision List errors? #lithuania

flmillner@...
 

Basic Soundex rules explain that P V B and F are equivalent letters, substituted for each other so often that one symbol is used for all four letters.  When I search JewishGen for Vein, Fein’s also show up. Vowels are even slipperier.  IOFE and Iopa are basically identical.  The shape of the letter does not matter.  The name is spoken to the census taker and he writes what he hears.
Have fun!
Fred Millner


NY's Jewish cemeteries and the Covid crisis #usa #general

Renee Steinig
 

Responding to Tamara Hallos's request for photos from Mount Zion and Mount Hebron Cemeteries in Queens, Susan Beecher <s_beecher@...> wrote:

<<The staff there are very willing to do this for you. My friend had them do this for her family members. I think they ask for a donation....>>

Please be aware that this is not a good time to direct inquiries or requests to New York metropolitan area cemeteries, which are currently dealing with burials of Covid victims. Some have shortened their hours or close after the last scheduled burial of the day. 
 
Also, all cemetery offices are closed to visitors; only funeral directors are admitted. So should you plan to visit a cemetery, be sure to have grave locations and print out a map before leaving home. 
 
A good source for maps is Steve Lasky's website:
http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/cp-maps-ny-nj.htm

Grave locations are available on the websites of a number of NY area cemeteries: Beth Moses, Montefiore, Mount Ararat, Mount Carmel, Mount Hebron, Mount Judah, Mount Lebanon, Mount Zion, New Montefiore, Wellwood. 
 
Renee
 
Renee Steinig
Dix Hills NY
 


Re: Need help finding records of great-grandfather TESZLER from Romania/Hungary #hungary #romania

Beth Long
 

Which Teszler is this? I see a Heinrich and a Zisman living in Cluj in 1924 (they were born in Visó)


ViewMate translation request - One Yiddish and One Hebrew #yiddish #lithuania #translation

Michael Herzlich
 

I've posted two handwritten notes for which I need translations.

One in Hebrew is on ViewMate at the following address -

A second in Yiddish is on ViewMate at the following address -
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM80772

The notes, on the back of photo cards are from the album of a person related to the following families from the area near Merkine Lithuania:
SAPOKAITE, SAPOCKY, MERIKANSKY, MERIKANSKAS, BLOKH

Thank you,
--
Michael Herzlich
Delray Beach, Florida USA

Belarus - EPSTEIN, HELFAND, POLLACK
Galicia (Poland, Ukraine) - HERZLICH, TREIBER


Re: TRYING TO FIND FAMILY AND FIGURE OUT A PUZZLE #general

malkikatz9361@...
 

Try FreeBMD.org,
There is an Emanuel Bernstein born 1900 coming up in Mile End which is that area.
Also British Seaman would be registered and may have records in the UK national archives or contact the Naval archives at Greenwich London.

Good luck,
Malcolm Katz
London


Re: Need help finding records of great-grandfather TESZLER from Romania/Hungary #hungary #romania

shirantesler@...
 

Thank you so much, Peninah!

I'll check the Baia Mare archives (can't remember if I have already) and the Facebook page.

Unfortunately, I couldn't find them in the Borsa Yizkor book.


Re: Fisher Headstone Translation #translation

Chuck Weinstein
 

Alexander was his secular name. There is no connection between the names.  He could have been Eliyahu or he could have been Sender or some other variant of Alexander.

Chuck Weinstein
chuck1@... 


Re: Fisher Headstone Translation #translation

malkikatz9361@...
 

Hello David,
I agree with the Hebrew translation, but not the Alexander name adoption theory, my grandmother was surname Alexander and in Poland the surname Alexanderowicz going back to around 1800, Alexanderowicz simply means 'of Alexander', my understanding is yes it is a very Western name, but Alexander the Great was much admired by old time Jews as he was considered a friend and protector and many Jews in the 18th and 19th Century were name Alexander long before they came to Western countries.
So would disagree Alexander is a Jewish name for some time.

Regards,
Malcolm Katz
London


Torma family #romania #hungary

melinda_torma@...
 
Edited

Hello. I hope to find any records or information about my grandmother Matilda Torma (born 1886). The last information that I have is that she had a tailor shop in Sovata(Szováta) around 1936. She lived before in Cluj(Koloszvár).

I know that my grandmother Matilda was born in 1886 in Sântimbru/Csíkszentimre/Szentimre that belong at that time to the Csík County in the Kingdom of Hungary.

Melinda Torma    melinda_torma@...