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Fogery: Garson KUGEL, Rochester, NY #general

The Becker's Email
 

The Rochester, NY Democrat and Chronicle newspaper on June 9, 1929,p. 25 had an article "Youth Accused of Cashing $50 Forged Check"  The man arrested Garson KUGEL was my husband's grandfather's youngest brother.  I could not find any follow-up articles and would like to find out if he was found guilty and, if so, the details of his conviction.  Where should I look?  My source for this article was newspapers.com

Johanna Becker
Newport, RI


Re: Family Tree of the Jewish People #general

davide@...
 

Dear Amy,

I also attempted to build a personal family tree. I was very satisfied in using the "GenoPro" software. It was right what I needed, easy to use, intuitive, quick for amendments, and easily building even the most complicate inter-personal connections you can find among family members. Other than the tree graphical aspect, it is possible to add lots of information, photo, documents, etc., for any person listed. It also allows building several different trees (e.g. one for any branch of a family), linking the same person in each tree. Not the least, you also have the possibility to organise all the data of people involved in a table format, ordered for any detail entered.

Davide Csermely
Italy
(davide@...)


Bankruptcy: Louis BLOOM Rochester, NY #usa

The Becker's Email
 

I found an article in the Rochester, NY Democrat and Chronicle newspaper for Sept. 15, 1933, p.21 as follows:
"Voluntary petitions in bankruptcy were filed in United States District Court yesterday by Louis Bloom, tailor, of 529 Conkey Avenue, listing liabilities of $31,646.57, assets of $250 and secured claims of $9,500...."  Where do I find more information?  This is my husband's grandfather.

Johanna Becker
Newport, RI


Re: Headstone Translation #translation

btkerman@...
 

I would add that the abbreviation before Tzvi is for  Reb, a title more like mister than Rabbi. 
As an aside, the Yiddish names Hertz or Hirsch mean a deer, as does the Hebrew name Tzvi. Tzvi Hirsch or sometimes Tzvi Hertz are common combination names and someone known as  Hirsch or Hertz could actually have the Hebrew name Tzvi. In this case it is unlikely that Tzvi's father Hertz had the Hebrew name Tzvi since children aren't usually named after living parents in Ashkenazi custom. Another name combination is Naftali Hertz (the tribe of Naftali is symbolized by a deer in Jacobs blessing to his son), it is therefore possible that Tzvi's father Hertz had the Hebrew name Naftali or that he simply had only a Yiddish name.

Binyamin Kerman
Baltimore MD


Polish Military Records #poland

cstrigler@...
 

I’ve been trying to get military records for my uncle who served in the Polish military in WWII. He lived in Kamien Koshyrski, Ukraine. Any help would be much appreciated.


Re: Can You Identify This Partial Document from Russia? #translation

igersammy@...
 

''To hereby certify that this passport is issued by the Russian Consulate in Canada (Montreal)  for a free travel. 29 July 1922.''


Edinet (Yedinitz) Cemetery #bessarabia

Harvey Kabaker
 

Any word on the Edineț (Yedinitz) cemetery? Also interested in Briceni.
Harvey Kabaker
Silver Spring, MD


Translating Russian from back of photograph #ukraine #translation

Carol Perloff
 

This photo was sent to my grandfather in NYC in 1912. Would like to figure out who sent it to him from Ekaterinoslav. Thank you.


Nowy sacz #poland #galicia

Bennykatz@...
 

I have downloaded some gravestone pictures with a number next to it from nowy sacz  cemetery at Jewish gen and can’t figure out where they are located in the cemetery does some one know who took does picture or has some one a map of the cemetery according the numbers of the pictures or has some one a clue where in the cemetery the started to take pictures 
Thank you 
Benny Katz 
Vienna 


Looking for information for Charles Levine and Fanny Kahn/Cohen #lithuania #latvia

malorygreene@...
 

Hello all,

This is my first post on JewishGen. I am looking for any information on the family of Charles Levine and Fanny Kahn/Cohen who emigrated separately from the Russian Empire (probably Lithuania or Latvia) to the USA in the late 1880s. They settled first in Newark, New Jersey and then moved to Brooklyn, New York in the early 1900s. I realise these names are very common so I tried to provide details. Here is the information I have.

Charles Levine (b. Mar 1871, d. 23 Feb. 926) arrived in the US in 1888. Census records say he came from the Russian Empire. His NYC death certificate, states Lithuania. The certificate says his parents were Leon Levine and Gladys Blitz. 

Fannie Kahn/Cohen (b. Sept.1870, d. 24 Dec. 1941) arrived in the US in 1886.  Fannie married Charles on 3 April 1891 in Newark, N.J. Her death certificate says she was born in Russia and her parents were Herman Kahn and Eva Bider.  Like Charles, I cannot find any information on her arrival with family. They
are both buried in Grove Street Cemetery in Newark, NJ. 

 

They had six children who reached adulthood.

 

·       Herman Levine (b. 1893; d. 1959) fought in WWI and drafted in WWII.  He seems to have never married and worked as a chauffeur.

 

·       Goldie Levine (b. 1895; d. 1977) seems to have never married and worked as a bookkeeper.

 

·       Albert Levine (born Abraham but seems to have changed his name in adulthood; b. 1897; d.1968) married Stephanie who died after 4 years of marriage and then to Audrey Peters in 1934. 

 

·       Louisa Levine (b. 1902; d. ??) was also a bookkeeper but cannot find information after 1925.

 

·       Eva Levine (b. 1905; d. ??) seems to have never married (she is still living at home in the 1940 Census at 34 years old).

 

·       Lillian Levine (b. 1909; d. ??).  Last information is from 1925 NY Census.

 

If anyone has information on the family, I would greatly appreciate it.

 

Best,

 

Malory Greene

Paris, France

 


Markiewicz family from Kobylnik Belarus #belarus

patrice.markiewicz@...
 

Looking for information related of my grand-father Markiewicz Piotr and of my grand grand father Kazimierz Markiewicz who married with Efrosyna Gopen or Hopen in Kobylnik before WW2, as well as with family Dziergacz one connected with my Markiewicz family. Patrice Markiewicz from Paris FRANCE.


Re: Trying to find my grandfathers and great-grandfathers families in Hungarian records #hungary

Sue Martin
 

Your Hungarian genealogist is definitely an amateur!  There are plenty of records.  JewishGen has already been cited.  Try FamilySearch as well.  In fact, even Google can come up with useful information.  See if you can find collateral lines in your family that are more unusual names than the ones you've listed.  Also try alternative spellings, like Strausz, Weisz, etc.


Re: Finding my BREITENFELD family after 60 years #general

gaborkemeny@...
 

I have Breitenfeld ancestors also, from Czech (Luze). Can you help me out who helped you to find your roots?
thx.
Gabor


Re: Traduccion de acta #translation

Alan Shuchat
 

(Perdonamé, pero no puedo decirlo en español!) This is a certificate from the Kherson Gubernia chancellery giving permission to the Arkushin family to emigrate under an agreement between the Russian government and the Jewish Colonization Association. They are Yudel Berkov Arkushin, age 55, his wife Sura Leybov (50), sons Froim (19), Simcha (18), and daughters Raisa(13), and Zelda (11). The family members signed the document at the bottom. They were living in the Jewish agricultural colony of Izraelevka, Elizavetgrad uezd (district), Kherson Gubernia. There is a Kehilalinks page for this colony at https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Colonies_of_Ukraine/Israelovka.htm. It says that about 100 families from this area went to Argentina in 1904/05. The certificate was signed on June 7, 1904 and there is an exit stamp dated July 24, 1904.
--
Alan Shuchat
Newton, MA


JACOBY, MICHELSOHN, MEYER, FRIEDLÄNDER, Braunsberg, Königsberg, Berlin, Frankfurt #germany

Dick Plotz
 

In Moses Jacoby's death notice in Berliner Tagesblatt (1904), we have
learned of several of his daughters we didn't know about before:

Ida, m. Amtsgerichtsrath (district judge) MICHELSOHN

Johanna, m. Louis MICHELSOHN

Hedwig, m. Amtsgerichtsrath MEYER

Sophie, m. Apotheker (pharmacist) Oscar FRIEDLÄNDER

The birth dates of these daughters are probably mostly in the 1860s.

If anyone knows about the family of any of these daughters, please let
me know. Based on information we already have about Moses Jacoby's
family, at least one of them had at least one grandchild as of October
1904. We are in touch with descendants of their sister Clara WOLFFHEIM
and their brothers Julius and Hugo.

Thanks for any help you can provide.

Dick Plotz
Providence RI USA
Dick@...


Re: Translation: Hungarian to English #hungary #translation

gaborkemeny@...
 

Hello Edith, 
Send it to me. I am quite busy, but will make a try. 
Br
Gabor


Re: Kopyl (Kapule) #belarus

Butch Hill
 

I think the Shulkin's are from Kapyl. They immigrated to Sioux City in the 1890s and were followed by a great many of their cousins, including my own ancestors (who weren't from Kapyl). 


Re: Passenger arrival records #usa #general

kisanders
 

I had a terrible time trying to find several relatives in manifests. In one case, my aunt's name was reversed!  So try searching for her last name in the given name area. In another manifest, my grandmother, Bacie Siberdi, was listed at "Basic Liberty."  I have no idea how they got that so wrong...they also listed her (in the index) as being from Germany, even though it said on the manifest that she was from Romania.  I found the manifest using the wold card (*) for the first letter of her given and family names.
Don't give up!

Karen Sanders
West Haven, CT


Re: Early History of Chereya #belarus

vkreynin@...
 

Hello Joe,

I just saw your message you posted 15 years ago about Chereya on jewishgen.org. My grandfather Aron Kreynin was born in Chereya in 1912 and I'd love to learn what I can from you. I also learn more about Chereya on my own and will be happy to share it with you. 

Please reply to me if you receive this message.

Vadim Kreynin


Re: Isaac MYERS/MOYERS b1829 Spittalfields, please can you help? #unitedkingdom

martyn@...
 

A couple of points. If you are trying to find Gravestones and/or burials do try "cemeteryscribes". It is a most useful site.

My family were fruiterers throughout the 18th and 19th and much of the 20th centuries. I have never seen any suggestion that fruiterers were also confectioners and I very much doubt that  was the case.

People missing between censuses may often be nothing more than death intervening.

In the 1820s your family would have belonged to either the Great Synagogue in Duke's Place or the Hambro Synagogue or the New Synagogue. They were all within the neighbourhood of Spitalfields and what was known for many years as the Dutch Tenterground. As its name suggests it was the area to which many poor Dutch Jews came when they first arrived in London.

Regards
Martyn Woolf
London, NW3 7TH