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(Germany-Berlin) ITS Begins Putting Holocaust-Era Archive Online #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The International Tracing service (ITS) located in Bad-Arolsen, Germany had
begun putting its Holocaust-era archive online. This new online archive
includes photos >from concentrations camps and other historical documents.
The materials are available online at no cost. Thus far only 50,000 images
out of 30 million documents have been posted. The online documents were
inscribed onto the UNESCO "Memory of the World" register. The first three
collections published are photos of personal objects taken >from prisoners in
the concentration camps; chosen collection on the death marches; and files
from the Child Search Branch taken immediately after liberation.
ITS was founded as a tracing service after World War ll with the intent to
reunify survivors with their families. Today it is a research archive.

To read more about the online archive see: http://tinyurl.com/oulm62w
Original url:
http://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2015/10/07/holocaust-era-archive-places-thousands-of-documents-online

A press release >from the ITS is available at: http://tinyurl.com/nd7dzp6
Original url:
https://www.its-arolsen.org/en/press/press-releases-2015/index.html?expand=9233&cHash=f41203ab958b12a98f9962ed483b0a3c

Thank you to Randy Herschaft >from the Associated Press for informing us of
this new online free archive.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (Germany-Berlin) ITS Begins Putting Holocaust-Era Archive Online #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

The International Tracing service (ITS) located in Bad-Arolsen, Germany had
begun putting its Holocaust-era archive online. This new online archive
includes photos >from concentrations camps and other historical documents.
The materials are available online at no cost. Thus far only 50,000 images
out of 30 million documents have been posted. The online documents were
inscribed onto the UNESCO "Memory of the World" register. The first three
collections published are photos of personal objects taken >from prisoners in
the concentration camps; chosen collection on the death marches; and files
from the Child Search Branch taken immediately after liberation.
ITS was founded as a tracing service after World War ll with the intent to
reunify survivors with their families. Today it is a research archive.

To read more about the online archive see: http://tinyurl.com/oulm62w
Original url:
http://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2015/10/07/holocaust-era-archive-places-thousands-of-documents-online

A press release >from the ITS is available at: http://tinyurl.com/nd7dzp6
Original url:
https://www.its-arolsen.org/en/press/press-releases-2015/index.html?expand=9233&cHash=f41203ab958b12a98f9962ed483b0a3c

Thank you to Randy Herschaft >from the Associated Press for informing us of
this new online free archive.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


For Sniatyn (Galicia) Researchers #general

Mark Halpern
 

Dear Sniatyn Researchers:

Many of you may know that most of the Sniatyn Jewish vital records were
destroyed during World War I. Maybe your search has bogged down.
JRI-Poland has some good news.

Marriages >from 1905 through 1914 are now available as are a group of
re-created births and marriages covering years 1863 through 1914. These
re-created records were recorded after World War I when Jewish citizens
required proof of birth and marriage documents that were destroyed
during the War. These re-created documents do not cover nearly all the
records that were destroyed, but, if a re-created document exists, it
may contain more information than the original document.

In addition to these two collections of Sniatyn record indices,
JRI-Poland also has access to a third collection.

If you are interested, please contact me privately.

As with all of JRI-Poland's town projects, interested researchers are
the ones who fund the project with their contributions. With a
contribution of $100 or more, you can qualify to receive these indices
in Excel format before the indices are placed online. To make a
contribution, please go to http://www.jri-poland.org/support.htm and be
sure to apply your contribution to "AGAD-Sniatyn."

Mark Halpern
JRI-Poland AGAD Archive Coordinator


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen For Sniatyn (Galicia) Researchers #general

Mark Halpern
 

Dear Sniatyn Researchers:

Many of you may know that most of the Sniatyn Jewish vital records were
destroyed during World War I. Maybe your search has bogged down.
JRI-Poland has some good news.

Marriages >from 1905 through 1914 are now available as are a group of
re-created births and marriages covering years 1863 through 1914. These
re-created records were recorded after World War I when Jewish citizens
required proof of birth and marriage documents that were destroyed
during the War. These re-created documents do not cover nearly all the
records that were destroyed, but, if a re-created document exists, it
may contain more information than the original document.

In addition to these two collections of Sniatyn record indices,
JRI-Poland also has access to a third collection.

If you are interested, please contact me privately.

As with all of JRI-Poland's town projects, interested researchers are
the ones who fund the project with their contributions. With a
contribution of $100 or more, you can qualify to receive these indices
in Excel format before the indices are placed online. To make a
contribution, please go to http://www.jri-poland.org/support.htm and be
sure to apply your contribution to "AGAD-Sniatyn."

Mark Halpern
JRI-Poland AGAD Archive Coordinator


August LOEHNBERG from Froendenberg-Bausenhagen #germany

Mike Redel <redel.mike@...>
 

Dear Gersigs,

I must admit - it is a very strange story, but to clear it. Hope that
anyone has an idea which could help me.

August LOEHNBERG was vorn 30.01.1826 in Froendenberg Bausenhagen. His
parents are Hohna LOEHNBERG and Sophia Leiffmann MUEHLHEIMER. He
married Friederike AHRON >from Werl-Buederich.

Till 1852 August and Friederike has 4 children in Werl: Isaak born
1846, Louis born 1848 died 18.01.1849, Hermann born 1849 and Bertha
1852. I did not know what is happend with Hermann and Bertha.

Maybe in 1852 - bis wife said 1865 Max vanished to Amerika. Ok I have
found in the census 1880 Newark New Jersay who was born 1826 in
Germany. His wife Lizzie HESS emigrated >from Swiss and was born in
1860. This Max has 3 sons Peter born 1876 in New York, August born
1877 in New Jersay and Henry 1879 in New Jersay.

I do not beliefe that both Max are the same person. Because Friederike
AHRONS is burried in Warstein 30.05.1895 and was born in Werl
Buederich 25.04.1821, and Max LOEHNBERG was born 22.10.1879 in
Warstein. He was a manufacturer and lived in Koeln Ehrenfeldguertel
171. 1939 he lost his german citizenship.

Regards, Mike Redel - Unna - Germany redel.mike@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany August LOEHNBERG from Froendenberg-Bausenhagen #germany

Mike Redel <redel.mike@...>
 

Dear Gersigs,

I must admit - it is a very strange story, but to clear it. Hope that
anyone has an idea which could help me.

August LOEHNBERG was vorn 30.01.1826 in Froendenberg Bausenhagen. His
parents are Hohna LOEHNBERG and Sophia Leiffmann MUEHLHEIMER. He
married Friederike AHRON >from Werl-Buederich.

Till 1852 August and Friederike has 4 children in Werl: Isaak born
1846, Louis born 1848 died 18.01.1849, Hermann born 1849 and Bertha
1852. I did not know what is happend with Hermann and Bertha.

Maybe in 1852 - bis wife said 1865 Max vanished to Amerika. Ok I have
found in the census 1880 Newark New Jersay who was born 1826 in
Germany. His wife Lizzie HESS emigrated >from Swiss and was born in
1860. This Max has 3 sons Peter born 1876 in New York, August born
1877 in New Jersay and Henry 1879 in New Jersay.

I do not beliefe that both Max are the same person. Because Friederike
AHRONS is burried in Warstein 30.05.1895 and was born in Werl
Buederich 25.04.1821, and Max LOEHNBERG was born 22.10.1879 in
Warstein. He was a manufacturer and lived in Koeln Ehrenfeldguertel
171. 1939 he lost his german citizenship.

Regards, Mike Redel - Unna - Germany redel.mike@gmail.com


Ancestry Germany Free Access For Month Restricted to Those in Germany #germany

Jan Meisels Allen
 

I have just been informed that the recent promotion on ancestry.de for a
free month's access to the global Ancestry database is open to people only
in Germany. This is different than the usual Ancestry promotions that I
have posted about which are open worldwide. I am sorry that I was not
informed at the time I received the blurb which I shared with you and have
suggested if future promotions have such restrictions they be included in
the rules of the blurb. For those living in Germany, enjoy the free month
access ( http://www.ancestry.de/cs/unityday)

My contact in the US was not aware of the restriction when he forwarded me
the information, and checked with the German marketing director at my
request as I received an email >from a reader who had difficulty getting in
and was told by the Ancestry customer service personnel that it was
restricted to people in Germany. Interestingly I had no problem accessing
the site with the password I use for checking out the promotions which is
not my paid Ancestry subscription password.

On behalf of Ancestry.com and myself we apologize for any inconvenience this
has caused you.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry.com and only post these messages for the
readers' information.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Question re: census of Jews in Hernadszentandras #hungary

Jake Jacobs
 

A posting on Oct. 1 contained images of Jewish census >from hernadczentandras. I did not see my g'g'grandfather listed, though we believe he was born there in 1847, Samuel Goldman, son of Moshe Goldman. Siblings
Was this an incomplete census of Jewish families? Any other ideas why his family would not have been listed?
Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas
[original posting]
Subject: 1848 Census of Jews in Hernadszentandras
From: sbittker@yahoo.com
Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2015 18:50:44 -0700
X-Message-Number: 2

Records of the 1848 Census for Abauj-Torna are not available on Jewisghgen, but are available through the Hungarian National Archives and the Archives in Kosice, Slovakia. I would like to share copies of images of the records >from this Census for the village of Hernadszentandras (Szent Andras) in this county for those who are interested. Surnames of Jews living in the village at the time were: Cisserman, Fischer, Frumer, Gotfried, Hips, Josef, Los, Medve, Rozenberg, Samuel, Stern, Swarcz, Vasserman, and Veis.

Images of the Census will be available at the links below for 6 days:

http://wikisend.com/download/666176/1848 Hips 1a.jpg
http://wikisend.com/download/896536/1848 Hips 1b.jpg
http://wikisend.com/download/262322/1848 Hips 2a.jpg
http://wikisend.com/download/508870/1848 Hips 2b.jpg
http://wikisend.com/download/403308/1848 Hips 3a.jpg
http://wikisend.com/download/422768/1848 Hips 3b.jpg

These records were obtained thanks to Beth Long who highlighted the existence of microfilms of the 1848 Census for Abauj-Torna County in the Hungarian National Archives through an email to the Hungary SIG sometime ago, and thanks to professional genealogist Andras Koltai who not only located the specific records in the microfilms in the Hungarian Archives but also went the extra mile by obtaining copies of a missing page >from the Kosice Archives which he determined had the originals.

Seth Bittker
Darien, Connecticut

Researching:
HIPS, VEIS - Hernadszentandras, Monok, Rasonysapberencs
ROTH - Onod
BITTKER, LEYBOVITCH, TOKARSKY - Alexotas, Lithuania
LINKOVSKI, ROZIN - Slobodka, Lithuania
GROSSMAN, MIROSLOVSKI - Prenai, Lithuania


German SIG #Germany Ancestry Germany Free Access For Month Restricted to Those in Germany #germany

Jan Meisels Allen
 

I have just been informed that the recent promotion on ancestry.de for a
free month's access to the global Ancestry database is open to people only
in Germany. This is different than the usual Ancestry promotions that I
have posted about which are open worldwide. I am sorry that I was not
informed at the time I received the blurb which I shared with you and have
suggested if future promotions have such restrictions they be included in
the rules of the blurb. For those living in Germany, enjoy the free month
access ( http://www.ancestry.de/cs/unityday)

My contact in the US was not aware of the restriction when he forwarded me
the information, and checked with the German marketing director at my
request as I received an email >from a reader who had difficulty getting in
and was told by the Ancestry customer service personnel that it was
restricted to people in Germany. Interestingly I had no problem accessing
the site with the password I use for checking out the promotions which is
not my paid Ancestry subscription password.

On behalf of Ancestry.com and myself we apologize for any inconvenience this
has caused you.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry.com and only post these messages for the
readers' information.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Hungary SIG #Hungary Question re: census of Jews in Hernadszentandras #hungary

Jake Jacobs
 

A posting on Oct. 1 contained images of Jewish census >from hernadczentandras. I did not see my g'g'grandfather listed, though we believe he was born there in 1847, Samuel Goldman, son of Moshe Goldman. Siblings
Was this an incomplete census of Jewish families? Any other ideas why his family would not have been listed?
Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas
[original posting]
Subject: 1848 Census of Jews in Hernadszentandras
From: sbittker@yahoo.com
Date: Thu, 1 Oct 2015 18:50:44 -0700
X-Message-Number: 2

Records of the 1848 Census for Abauj-Torna are not available on Jewisghgen, but are available through the Hungarian National Archives and the Archives in Kosice, Slovakia. I would like to share copies of images of the records >from this Census for the village of Hernadszentandras (Szent Andras) in this county for those who are interested. Surnames of Jews living in the village at the time were: Cisserman, Fischer, Frumer, Gotfried, Hips, Josef, Los, Medve, Rozenberg, Samuel, Stern, Swarcz, Vasserman, and Veis.

Images of the Census will be available at the links below for 6 days:

http://wikisend.com/download/666176/1848 Hips 1a.jpg
http://wikisend.com/download/896536/1848 Hips 1b.jpg
http://wikisend.com/download/262322/1848 Hips 2a.jpg
http://wikisend.com/download/508870/1848 Hips 2b.jpg
http://wikisend.com/download/403308/1848 Hips 3a.jpg
http://wikisend.com/download/422768/1848 Hips 3b.jpg

These records were obtained thanks to Beth Long who highlighted the existence of microfilms of the 1848 Census for Abauj-Torna County in the Hungarian National Archives through an email to the Hungary SIG sometime ago, and thanks to professional genealogist Andras Koltai who not only located the specific records in the microfilms in the Hungarian Archives but also went the extra mile by obtaining copies of a missing page >from the Kosice Archives which he determined had the originals.

Seth Bittker
Darien, Connecticut

Researching:
HIPS, VEIS - Hernadszentandras, Monok, Rasonysapberencs
ROTH - Onod
BITTKER, LEYBOVITCH, TOKARSKY - Alexotas, Lithuania
LINKOVSKI, ROZIN - Slobodka, Lithuania
GROSSMAN, MIROSLOVSKI - Prenai, Lithuania


Issue 123 of Genealo-J has just been published #sephardic

Georges Graner
 

Genealo-J, publication of the Jewish Genealogical Society of France,
Issue 123, Fall 2015, has just been published

In a paper on Jacob Lasry born in Rabat (Morocco) in 1795 and deceased
in Oran (Algeria) in 1869, Pascal Faustini explains the migration of his
family >from Spain, Morocco (Tetuan and Rabat) to Gilbraltar and Oran. He
was able to built the family trees of the Lasry, Bergel, Cabessa and
Pacificio families.

Elissa Rhais is the pseudonym of Rosine Baumendil, born on December 18th
1876 in Blida (Algeria) where she died on August 24, 1940. Joseph
Boumendil describes her life. Her destiny was exceptional for a woman
who came >from a very modest family. She became famous for her books
which she published in France but she fell into oblivion. Her works were
quite noteworthy yet she suffered intrigues during her life and even 40
years after her death. The author deals with her forebears and the
somewhat complex links between her real life and the characters of her
thirteen novels which can cast some light upon obscure aspects of her
biography. Our research enables us for the first time better to know
some of her relations.

Roland Smolar knew nothing whatever about his paternal grandparents
Meyer and Rachel. When his father Robert died the papers he kept taught
him that Meyer and Rachel were born in Sakiai and Wladislawow in
Lithuania respectively. A postcard dating >from 1945 (with its
translation) indicated that a part of Rachel's family remained in
Lithuania and was exterminated during the "Holocaust by bullets". The
author and Bernard Tsirkmann, a great-nephew of Rachel, decided to go in
search of the places where their grandparents had lived their childhood.
They relate here the journey done in July 2014. Bernard drove them >from
Vilnius, where they met the curators of the archives, to Wladislawow
(now called Kudirkos-Naumiestis), to Sakiai and Kaunas which was the
capital city of Lithuania during the first period of independence
between the two World Wars. Through a research in Wladislawow they found
the place where Rachel spent her childhood and met Isaac Glikas, the
only Jewish survivor. Other meetings at Kudirkos-Naumiestis and Kaunas
are described here. In Sakiai however -- where the Jews were a majority
before the war -- they found almost no trace of any Jewish life.

The last paper of this issue deals with Tunisian Jews. It is well known
that for many centuries two distinct Jewish communities coexisted in the
city of Tunis : the Twansa, who were genuine Tunisians and the Grana,
who were Italians, >from Portuguese and Spanish origin. After the
publication of three matrimonial registries of the Grana community in
Tunis by Robert Attal and Joseph Avivi, Gille Boulu and Alain Nedjar
make us known the discovery of two additional registers containing
marriage contracts of this community. Added to the previous records
these volumes number 3 (1812-1844) and 6 (1872-1881) -- including
respectively 429 and 234 different ketuboth -- now allow access to an
exceptional corpus of files going continuously >from 1788 to 1881. Boulu
and Nedjar present the contents of the two registers, collect statistics
on this community and give some examples of genealogy now made possible
in combination with other sources. A book sold on a subscription basis
is being published by the same authors and our Genealogical Society in
October 2015 (see www.genealoj.org).

Georges Graner


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Issue 123 of Genealo-J has just been published #sephardic

Georges Graner
 

Genealo-J, publication of the Jewish Genealogical Society of France,
Issue 123, Fall 2015, has just been published

In a paper on Jacob Lasry born in Rabat (Morocco) in 1795 and deceased
in Oran (Algeria) in 1869, Pascal Faustini explains the migration of his
family >from Spain, Morocco (Tetuan and Rabat) to Gilbraltar and Oran. He
was able to built the family trees of the Lasry, Bergel, Cabessa and
Pacificio families.

Elissa Rhais is the pseudonym of Rosine Baumendil, born on December 18th
1876 in Blida (Algeria) where she died on August 24, 1940. Joseph
Boumendil describes her life. Her destiny was exceptional for a woman
who came >from a very modest family. She became famous for her books
which she published in France but she fell into oblivion. Her works were
quite noteworthy yet she suffered intrigues during her life and even 40
years after her death. The author deals with her forebears and the
somewhat complex links between her real life and the characters of her
thirteen novels which can cast some light upon obscure aspects of her
biography. Our research enables us for the first time better to know
some of her relations.

Roland Smolar knew nothing whatever about his paternal grandparents
Meyer and Rachel. When his father Robert died the papers he kept taught
him that Meyer and Rachel were born in Sakiai and Wladislawow in
Lithuania respectively. A postcard dating >from 1945 (with its
translation) indicated that a part of Rachel's family remained in
Lithuania and was exterminated during the "Holocaust by bullets". The
author and Bernard Tsirkmann, a great-nephew of Rachel, decided to go in
search of the places where their grandparents had lived their childhood.
They relate here the journey done in July 2014. Bernard drove them >from
Vilnius, where they met the curators of the archives, to Wladislawow
(now called Kudirkos-Naumiestis), to Sakiai and Kaunas which was the
capital city of Lithuania during the first period of independence
between the two World Wars. Through a research in Wladislawow they found
the place where Rachel spent her childhood and met Isaac Glikas, the
only Jewish survivor. Other meetings at Kudirkos-Naumiestis and Kaunas
are described here. In Sakiai however -- where the Jews were a majority
before the war -- they found almost no trace of any Jewish life.

The last paper of this issue deals with Tunisian Jews. It is well known
that for many centuries two distinct Jewish communities coexisted in the
city of Tunis : the Twansa, who were genuine Tunisians and the Grana,
who were Italians, >from Portuguese and Spanish origin. After the
publication of three matrimonial registries of the Grana community in
Tunis by Robert Attal and Joseph Avivi, Gille Boulu and Alain Nedjar
make us known the discovery of two additional registers containing
marriage contracts of this community. Added to the previous records
these volumes number 3 (1812-1844) and 6 (1872-1881) -- including
respectively 429 and 234 different ketuboth -- now allow access to an
exceptional corpus of files going continuously >from 1788 to 1881. Boulu
and Nedjar present the contents of the two registers, collect statistics
on this community and give some examples of genealogy now made possible
in combination with other sources. A book sold on a subscription basis
is being published by the same authors and our Genealogical Society in
October 2015 (see www.genealoj.org).

Georges Graner


Translation request Polish to English #ukraine

Errol Schneegurt
 

I would appreciate it if one of our members could translate the records
listed below >from Polish to English.
They can be found at the following locations on Jewishgen ViewMate. This
is a follow-up request for translation.
VM42071 is of particular interest for it relates to 3 deaths and my great
grandmother.


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=42103
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=42102
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=42073
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=42072
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=42071

Thank you
Errol Schneegurt ESLVIV@AOL.COM LI NY


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Translation request Polish to English #ukraine

Errol Schneegurt
 

I would appreciate it if one of our members could translate the records
listed below >from Polish to English.
They can be found at the following locations on Jewishgen ViewMate. This
is a follow-up request for translation.
VM42071 is of particular interest for it relates to 3 deaths and my great
grandmother.


http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=42103
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=42102
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=42073
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=42072
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=42071

Thank you
Errol Schneegurt ESLVIV@AOL.COM LI NY


Skulayny (Bessarabia) Jewish cemetery #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Researchers,

Skulyany (Bessarabia) Jewish Cemetery was completely destroyed and in recent
time a monument was erected to a father of Skulyaner Rebbe: R. Israel
Avrahan ben Hayim Yehudah, who passed away in 1915 (see attached). There
are several other names written at the monument, and also parts of the
tombstones put at the bottom of the monument. Several other pieces of
tombstones were found in the area recently.

With the few known names I am going to send information to JOWBR / JewishGen
soon.

If you know Jews who were buried at that cemetery, please send information
to me and I will include them in the cemetery index. If you have additional
photos >from the cemetery, please send them to me too.

I am looking forward to hear >from you.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Skulayny (Bessarabia) Jewish cemetery #bessarabia

Yefim Kogan
 

Dear Researchers,

Skulyany (Bessarabia) Jewish Cemetery was completely destroyed and in recent
time a monument was erected to a father of Skulyaner Rebbe: R. Israel
Avrahan ben Hayim Yehudah, who passed away in 1915 (see attached). There
are several other names written at the monument, and also parts of the
tombstones put at the bottom of the monument. Several other pieces of
tombstones were found in the area recently.

With the few known names I am going to send information to JOWBR / JewishGen
soon.

If you know Jews who were buried at that cemetery, please send information
to me and I will include them in the cemetery index. If you have additional
photos >from the cemetery, please send them to me too.

I am looking forward to hear >from you.

All the best,
Yefim Kogan
Bessarabia SIG Coordinator
Researching KOGAN, SPIVAK, KHAYMOVICH, SRULEVICH, LEVIT in Kaushany,
Bendery, Tarutino, Akkerman, Kiliya - all in Bessarabia, KHAIMOVICH in
Galatz, Romania, KOGAN in Dubossary, Moldova, SRULEVICH in Shanghai, China


German phone directories 1915-1981 #galicia

Renee Steinig
 

Those of you whose relatives moved to Germany after World War I -- as
many Galitzianers did -- may be interested in the new collection of
German phone books on Ancestry:
http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=60654

The collection includes directories >from five major cities: Berlin,
Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Leipzig and Munich (Munchen).

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills, New York, USA
genmaven@gmail.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia German phone directories 1915-1981 #galicia

Renee Steinig
 

Those of you whose relatives moved to Germany after World War I -- as
many Galitzianers did -- may be interested in the new collection of
German phone books on Ancestry:
http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=60654

The collection includes directories >from five major cities: Berlin,
Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Leipzig and Munich (Munchen).

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills, New York, USA
genmaven@gmail.com


Street names for Glatz, Schlesien #germany

Henry Graupner <graupner@...>
 

Does anyone have a street map, with German names, for the town of Glatz, now
Klodzko, or can refer me to a website that would have this. I would also
need a website that provides equivalent street names in German and in
Polish. Some years ago,a kind Gersigger provided me with this sort of
information for Beuthen/Bytom. Thanks in advance,

Henry Graupner (Jewish GenID #47249)

Reasearching GRAUPNER (a umlaut) in Breslau, Beuthen, Glatz, Silesia


German SIG #Germany Street names for Glatz, Schlesien #germany

Henry Graupner <graupner@...>
 

Does anyone have a street map, with German names, for the town of Glatz, now
Klodzko, or can refer me to a website that would have this. I would also
need a website that provides equivalent street names in German and in
Polish. Some years ago,a kind Gersigger provided me with this sort of
information for Beuthen/Bytom. Thanks in advance,

Henry Graupner (Jewish GenID #47249)

Reasearching GRAUPNER (a umlaut) in Breslau, Beuthen, Glatz, Silesia

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