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Re: We Are Here! Join us on June 14@2PM ET for a very special program #JewishGenUpdates #events

Peter Heilbrunn
 

There doesn’t seem any way to log in to the event from UK.

 

Regards,

 

Peter

 

Peter Heilbrunn

Tel +44 (0)1494 725966

Amersham England

 

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Subject: [Special] [JewishGen.org] We Are Here! Join us on June 14@2PM ET for a very special program #JewishGenUpdates #events

 

**WE ARE HERE!**

JOIN US TOMORROW - JUNE 14@2PM ET - FOR THIS IMPORTANT EVENT

 

JewishGen.org is proud to partner with 60 other museums and cultural institutions around the world for:

 

We Are Here:

A Celebration of Resilience, Resistance, and Hope

Sunday, June 14 @ 2:00 PM ET.

 

Featuring award-winning media personalities Whoopi Goldberg, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Adrien Brody, Mayim Bialik, Jackie Hoffman, and Tiffany Haddish, world-renowned singers and musicians Renee Fleming, Lea Salonga, Steven Skybell, Joyce DiDonato, and Lang Lang, and other public figures from all walks of life, the free 90-minute program will commemorate the recent anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and project a message of hope amidst the crises we face.

 

Find more info and tune in to view the program at www.WeAreHere.live.


Re: Pincus LISHINSKY/LECZINSKY/LISCHINSKY/LEGINSKI #names

Diane Jacobs
 

GO back to stevemose.org and in the first group of passenger manifest databases you will see The Ship Lists.   Fill in the name if the ship and month and year of arrival.
Then click search and up will come 1 or 2 choices in the upper part of the screen.
Click on the ship's name and using this to you can scroll through the manifest pages
And look for the entry carefully. 

Hope thus helps. 
Diane Jacobs 



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From: Felissa Lashley <frlashley@...>
Date: 6/13/20 4:36 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: main@...
Subject: [JewishGen.org] Pincus LISHINSKY/LECZINSKY/LISCHINSKY/LEGINSKI #names

I need some assistance in finding the passenger record to Ellis Island for my grandfather, Pincus LISHINSKY spelt a variety of ways. He said that he arrived on the SS St. Louis from Southampton to Ellis Island on January 23, 1905. One time, it was noted that he entered through Philadelphia. He would have been travelling alone I believe, age 28-30, a tailor, married from Gorodische, Cherkassy, Kiev, Russia. I have tried using the Steve Morse site but have not had any luck to date. I would appreciate any suggestions please. Thank you.
 
Felissa Lashley
Austin, Texas

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Diane Jacobs, Somerset, New Jersey


Re: Moses Hyam or Hyam Moses - name reversal in early 19th century #unitedkingdom

David Lewin
 

Had one died before the other was born?


At 12:47 13/06/2020, Steven I Usdansky via groups.jewishgen.org wrote:
In my family, one grandson of Chaim-Moshe was named that, two were named Moshe-Chaim. The reason for the reversal of the names remains a mystery.


Rabbis Mantel and family: Herman, Hugo, Louis in Far Rockaway, New York and Jerusalem #usa #israel

emmabcole@...
 

Hello

I am tracing the family tree of the Friedmann family from Hungary and Vienna who came to New York in the 1930s. One of the branches, Hugo Mantel and his wife Edith and son Jonathan moved to Israel in the 1950s, would anyone be able to help find out about any other family they had in Israel? Hugo died in 1983, Edith in 2001 and Jonathan in 2002.

Hugo's brother Louis Mantel was a Hebrew teacher and died in 1996 in Far Rockaway, New York. I am trying to work out if he married or had any children, but I can't find any in the records. I would also love to know more about his aunt Margit Friedmann who was married to my great uncle Miksa Weisz. Although they divorced in 1929 in Vienna, Margit kept her married name, so died as Margit Weiss. She also lived in Far Rockaway and died there in April 1976. Nobody in the family knows what happened to Miksa, it is one of my ambitions to find that out too. I don't think he went to America and could have ended up anywhere after his divorce. He didn't return to his daughter from his 2nd wife (who died in the Spanish flu in 1918), she was looked after by her grandparents in Budapest.

Would anyone know more about the Mantels in Israel, or about Louis and Margit in Far Rockaway?

Huge gratitude if anyone is able to help
Best wishes
Emma


Jewish Prison Commander - Kharkov 1923 #ukraine

Jules Feldman
 

According to the family narrative Yakov KARLINSKY known as Yasha was
arrested in 1922-1923 as a capitalist and enemy of the people and held in a
prison in Kharkov.
He was fortunate - the prison commander was a Jew whom he had met a few
years previously in Palestine. The commander let him out of prison and he
was able to leave the Soviet Union.
This is a long shot : who was the prison commander?
Jules Feldman
Kibbutz Yizreel
Israel



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Bukowski/Shapiro/Wachtenheim/Epstein family #galicia #ukraine

jenya.kanadov@...
 

Hello everyone,

My last time I asked about subcarpatia's archive 

Thank you everyone who wrote me and tried to help and of course thank this site for this service,you really make avodat kodesh.

Today I ask for advice 

I am trying to locate  family from Skole, Galicia Austria,now Ukraine.

To Skole they came from another place (Bessarabia?

 Marmorosh ? Veretzko?)

The question  is where? Which  archive? 

I know AGAD, State Archive  of Lvov Oblast,Uzhgorod's archive 

Maybe you  know something  more

Where are you looking for?

Thank you very very much,

please,write me  jenya.kanadov@...

P. S. If anyone of you needs translate from russian and I can help, write me also.


Re: Moses Hyam or Hyam Moses - name reversal in early 19th century #unitedkingdom

jlevy2008@...
 

Thank you, Bob.

You have confirmed what I suppose I already suspected. People did reverse their secular given and family names. But it's great to hear some concrete examples.

I once knew a guy in the UK with the surname MORRIS. His grandfather or great-father appeared in secular records as Breslauer MORRIS. That was a pretty obvious case of name reversal. It did not take long to find the record of the adoption of the surname BRESLAUER by a man called Moritz.

Justin Levy
Dubai, UAE


Re: We Are Here! Join us on June 14@2PM ET for a very special program #JewishGenUpdates #events

Kathy Miller
 

Hi
As I live in Australia and this webinar is at 4am, I ask, will there be a recording for me to watch at a convenient time? 
Thanks Kathy Miller


On 14 Jun 2020, at 3:04 pm, Avraham Groll <agroll@...> wrote:


**WE ARE HERE!**
JOIN US TOMORROW - JUNE 14@2PM ET - FOR THIS IMPORTANT EVENT
 
JewishGen.org is proud to partner with 60 other museums and cultural institutions around the world for:
 
We Are Here:
A Celebration of Resilience, Resistance, and Hope
Sunday, June 14 @ 2:00 PM ET.
 
Featuring award-winning media personalities Whoopi Goldberg, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Adrien Brody, Mayim Bialik, Jackie Hoffman, and Tiffany Haddish, world-renowned singers and musicians Renee Fleming, Lea Salonga, Steven Skybell, Joyce DiDonato, and Lang Lang, and other public figures from all walks of life, the free 90-minute program will commemorate the recent anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and project a message of hope amidst the crises we face.
 
Find more info and tune in to view the program at www.WeAreHere.live.

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Who knows Moldavanski or Kushnir? #ukraine

Jana.Tegel@...
 

One of my grandmothers was Fanja Shljoma Selmanovna Moldovanskaja (male form is Moldovanski). She was born in 1923 in the Ukraine.
My another grandmother's name was Betya(Basya) Chaimovna Kushnir, born in Polonnoye, the Ukraine, in 1917.
Bevore the Second World War they both moved to Siberia and lived in Jewish Autonome Region in the town Birobidshan. 

I am searching for thier relatives, maybe brothers, sisters, grandparents. Does anybody know something?

Jana Tegel
Fertel, Fetell
MOLDOVANSKI
Kushnir


Re: Sourcing Photos #general #photographs

Phil Karlin
 

I forgot to mention that I think for exchanging with other people purposes, a code for source is a great idea. I would append it to the end of my filename.


FINKEL / FINKLE family in Philadelphia #usa

boris
 

 

Has anybody come across this family?

 

They came to New York City, lived to Philly (1910), then back in New York (1920). Still lived in New York in 1940.

 

Joseph FINKEL , b. ca. 1867, in "Russia", tailor;

Wife Sarah Fikel;

immigrated ca. 1892-1894-1896 (different in each subsequent census).

had several daughters: Lizzi, Minnie, Mary, Clara, Dorothy, and one (?) son Morris.

 

Mary married one Abe Goodman, a tailor and lived all her life in Philly.  Don't know yet what happened to others.

 

Any leads are appreciated.

 

Please  help others by responding to the group and listing all related last names.

 

Boris Feldblyum


Re: Har Nebo Cemetery in Phila #photographs #usa

Harry Green
 

I am sorry to hear about that as my maternal ancestors (Brantz) have some beautiful monuments!!! Fortunately we have photos of them all (taken  about 2006). They were erected in the 1920's. The last time I visited them was about 1988. At that time they had an active open office and a new section.
Harry Green


Re: Other names for Yitzchak? #names

Vered Dayan
 

Sometimes Eisig or Ajzik in Yiddish.
Vered Dayan
Israel


Re: Other names for Yitzchak? #names

Elise Cundiff
 

Itsik, Itzik,   and any spelling that is phonetically similar to that or Yitzchak or Isaac.   


Re: From Which Viewpoint Are Cousins Named? #general #names

Russ Maurer
 

Each additional generation makes the relationship more distant or further "removed" to use the lingo. Thus if two people (A & B) are, say 2nd cousins, then A's child and B are 2nd cousins, once removed.

Russ Maurer


Professional researcher in France #france #general

Yariv Timna
 

Hello
I need a Professional researcher in France. My search is in Paris. I have only a family name and an address during WW2.
If anyone can help, please contact me privately: ytimna@...
Thanks!


Re: Other names for Yitzchak? #names

rebasolomon
 

Ayzik, Icek, Itzchak


Re: Other names for Yitzchak? #names

abergman@...
 

Some used the name Icek (especially from Poland) or Anglicized to Isidor. 
--
Abby Barry Bergman
New York


Re: IAJGS Salutes! Shalom Bronstein #announcements

Sharon Rottman
 

I would like to congratulate the IAJGS on awarding this recognition to such a worthy individual.
Shalom and his lovely wife, Fran welcomed us to Israel in 1991 smoothing our Aliyah process.
Shalom's genealogy work is legendary and of such value to our community and I have a personal story on that note:
One day he called and asked if i had a copy of my ggrandfather's signature.
When I answered in the negative, he informed me that he had obtained a copy of his grandparents marriage certificate from Philadelphia and no other then my ggrandfather, Rabbi Joseph Grossman, was the officiated Rabbi.
When he later held one of my grandsons at the little boy's bris, I was overwhelmed by this connection between the generations and our families discovered by Shalom.

I was privileged to this very personal assistance in my search for family roots but I can only imagine how many people have been assisted by Shalom's work over the years, 

Keep up the wonderful work!
Sharon Grossman Rottman


On Sat, Jun 13, 2020 at 12:10 AM, Nolan Altman wrote:
IAJGS


Re: From Which Viewpoint Are Cousins Named? #general #names

Phil Schwarz
 

You and a relative are Nth cousins K times removed, where your common ancestor is N+1 generations before the older of the two of you, and the two of you are K generations apart.  So for example, first cousins share grandparents (2 generations before both of you, so N = 1, and you're the same generation, so K = 0: first cousins 0 times removed).  Second cousins share great-grandparents (3 generations back, so N = 2).
The great-granddaughter of your great-great-grandfather is 3 generations after your great-great-grandfather, and you're 4 generations after him.  So N+1 = 3, and K = 4 - 3 = 1, so you are 2nd cousins (N = 2), once removed.
These relationships are symmetric, because N is always calculated from the older-generation relative.
 
Phil Schwarz
Schwarz/Schwartz/Szwarc, Katz (Grzymalów, Galicia)
Schwebel, Kallenberg, Klein, Schramm, Wolfmann (Czortków, Galicia; Neulengbach and Vienna, Austria)
Adler, Feith (Koblenz, Germany)
Rosenthal, Elkan, Block (Wetzlar, Germany)
Heymann (Cologne, Germany; Amsterdam, Netherlands)
A product of a mixed marriage: my father was a Galizianer, my mother a Yekke :-).