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Re: KLEIN aka KLINE and Bakasur, Hungary #hungary

dskline@...
 

Researching Klein family (aka Kline) Ignatz Klein immigrated to the US in 1881-1882
>from Hungary He returned for a visit in the 1920s and listed his town as Bakasur, Hungary.
Is there anyone who might know where this town might be and/or what the name change
might be? We have not been able to find where Ignatz Klein was born or grew up.
He left no records.

Thank you

Donna Kline

Moderator: Upper case must only be used for surnames. We do this to avoid confusion
between given and surnames. Do not use upper case for place names or any other
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Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: KLEIN aka KLINE and Bakasur, Hungary #hungary

dskline@...
 

Researching Klein family (aka Kline) Ignatz Klein immigrated to the US in 1881-1882
>from Hungary He returned for a visit in the 1920s and listed his town as Bakasur, Hungary.
Is there anyone who might know where this town might be and/or what the name change
might be? We have not been able to find where Ignatz Klein was born or grew up.
He left no records.

Thank you

Donna Kline

Moderator: Upper case must only be used for surnames. We do this to avoid confusion
between given and surnames. Do not use upper case for place names or any other
text in messages to JewishGen lists.

ModeratoR:


The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island's Educational YouTube Videos #general

Devorah Wang
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island (JGSLI), www.jgsli.org is
pleased to announce its most recent addition to our ongoing project of
creating helpful videos to assist genealogists of all levels. Our
introductory society video along with 8 instructional videos can be accessed
from our website's YouTube page at
http://jgsli.org/youtube/ or directly
from our YouTube channel at
www.youtube.com/channel/UCUV8xttIn93AwJX2_I0AIAg

The following is a list of currently available videos:

8 Sites You Should Explore for Holocaust Research
Naturalization Documents in a Nutshell
8 Pieces of Information on a Passenger Manifest
8 Pieces of Information on a NYC Death Certificate
8 Ways to Find Your Ancestral Town
6 Tips to Help Find Maiden Names
6 Ways City Directories Can Further Your Genealogical Research
6 Periods of US Emigration

Please feel free to browse one or all and let us know if there are other
topics you'd like to see covered.

Debbie Wang
Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island - President


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island's Educational YouTube Videos #general

Devorah Wang
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island (JGSLI), www.jgsli.org is
pleased to announce its most recent addition to our ongoing project of
creating helpful videos to assist genealogists of all levels. Our
introductory society video along with 8 instructional videos can be accessed
from our website's YouTube page at
http://jgsli.org/youtube/ or directly
from our YouTube channel at
www.youtube.com/channel/UCUV8xttIn93AwJX2_I0AIAg

The following is a list of currently available videos:

8 Sites You Should Explore for Holocaust Research
Naturalization Documents in a Nutshell
8 Pieces of Information on a Passenger Manifest
8 Pieces of Information on a NYC Death Certificate
8 Ways to Find Your Ancestral Town
6 Tips to Help Find Maiden Names
6 Ways City Directories Can Further Your Genealogical Research
6 Periods of US Emigration

Please feel free to browse one or all and let us know if there are other
topics you'd like to see covered.

Debbie Wang
Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island - President


Chag Pesach Sameach #poland

ehfurman@...
 

Dear colleagues,

Wishing you and all that are around your Seder table a Kosher and Happy
Pesach.

Chana Furman, IGS Kiryat Gat, Israel


JGS of Greater Philadelphia - April Meeting #general

Lois Sernoff
 

JGS of Greater Philadelphia - April Meeting


Date: April 13, 2015

Time: 7:30 PM

Place: Main Line Reform Temple-Beth Elohim ,
410 Montgomery Avenue
Wynnewood, PA 19096

Speaker: Yuri Dorn

Topic: Researching Your Jewish Ancestry in Belarus.

Yuri Dorn is the founder and coordinator of Jewish Heritage
Research Group in Belarus. Since 2002 JHRG provides genealogy
research services as well as arranging ancestral tours to Belarus.
http://www.jhrgbelarus.org/

Mentors will also be available >from 7:00 PM until the start of the
meeting to help with your research efforts.

JGSGP website http://www.jgsgp.org is now available with latest news,
upcoming meeting notices, and links to Philadelphia resources.

We can also be found on Facebook.

Please note that JGSGP has a Speaker's Bureau which is available
to local groups on the various subjects concerning genealogy.

Lois Sernoff [JGS GreaterPhiladelphia]
<JGLois@...>


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Chag Pesach Sameach #poland

ehfurman@...
 

Dear colleagues,

Wishing you and all that are around your Seder table a Kosher and Happy
Pesach.

Chana Furman, IGS Kiryat Gat, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Greater Philadelphia - April Meeting #general

Lois Sernoff
 

JGS of Greater Philadelphia - April Meeting


Date: April 13, 2015

Time: 7:30 PM

Place: Main Line Reform Temple-Beth Elohim ,
410 Montgomery Avenue
Wynnewood, PA 19096

Speaker: Yuri Dorn

Topic: Researching Your Jewish Ancestry in Belarus.

Yuri Dorn is the founder and coordinator of Jewish Heritage
Research Group in Belarus. Since 2002 JHRG provides genealogy
research services as well as arranging ancestral tours to Belarus.
http://www.jhrgbelarus.org/

Mentors will also be available >from 7:00 PM until the start of the
meeting to help with your research efforts.

JGSGP website http://www.jgsgp.org is now available with latest news,
upcoming meeting notices, and links to Philadelphia resources.

We can also be found on Facebook.

Please note that JGSGP has a Speaker's Bureau which is available
to local groups on the various subjects concerning genealogy.

Lois Sernoff [JGS GreaterPhiladelphia]
<JGLois@...>


Jewish woman descended from a Polish queen? #poland

Martin Davis (com)
 

Naidia Woolf wrote: I just came across the record of a married woman whose
given name was originally Jadwiga. Was amazed to discover that Jadwiga was a
14th century Polish monarch!...Her name was Ita/Jadwiga FRUMER (with an
umlaut over the "U") (I'm assuming that FRUMER is a variant of FRYMER, her
husband's surname, even though it sounds Germanic.) Ita's parents were
Moszek Zysel (unmistakably Jewish!) and Estera DOBROCZYCKICH/POZANSKA.
Estera is always (or at least usually) considered Jewish - but what about
those two last names - would they be considered "Jewish?"

from research, it seems to have been fashionable in parts of my own
traditional Polish/Jewish family, for female children to be given 'public'
Polish first names. A classic in my records is Kunegunda (named after a
13th-century Catholic princess/saint, the daughter of Bela IV, King of
Hungary who married Boleslaus V of Poland).

The record reads "Cert 3/1828 - birth record of Kunegunda HUBERMAN. This
occurred in Szczercow on 30 January, year 1828 at 8 in the morning when the
Jews Mosiek Huberman, a baker, 45 years old, residing in Szczercow
personally came forward in presence of witnesses Herszlik CIENCHANOWSKI, a
merchant, 48 years old and Dawid LADA, a worker, 42 years old, both residing
in Szczercow and presented us a female baby and declared it was born in
Szczercow on 29th January current year at 7 p.m. >from his lawful wife
Salomea, 35 years old. That baby was named Kunegunda. That certificate was
read to the father and the witnesses and signed by Herszlik CIENCHANOWSKI
and Dawid LADA".

By the way, my ancestor Salomea (not an obviously popular choice for a
Jewish female name) seems to have become Chana in later life!!

Martin Davis
London (UK)


JRI Poland #Poland Jewish woman descended from a Polish queen? #poland

Martin Davis (com)
 

Naidia Woolf wrote: I just came across the record of a married woman whose
given name was originally Jadwiga. Was amazed to discover that Jadwiga was a
14th century Polish monarch!...Her name was Ita/Jadwiga FRUMER (with an
umlaut over the "U") (I'm assuming that FRUMER is a variant of FRYMER, her
husband's surname, even though it sounds Germanic.) Ita's parents were
Moszek Zysel (unmistakably Jewish!) and Estera DOBROCZYCKICH/POZANSKA.
Estera is always (or at least usually) considered Jewish - but what about
those two last names - would they be considered "Jewish?"

from research, it seems to have been fashionable in parts of my own
traditional Polish/Jewish family, for female children to be given 'public'
Polish first names. A classic in my records is Kunegunda (named after a
13th-century Catholic princess/saint, the daughter of Bela IV, King of
Hungary who married Boleslaus V of Poland).

The record reads "Cert 3/1828 - birth record of Kunegunda HUBERMAN. This
occurred in Szczercow on 30 January, year 1828 at 8 in the morning when the
Jews Mosiek Huberman, a baker, 45 years old, residing in Szczercow
personally came forward in presence of witnesses Herszlik CIENCHANOWSKI, a
merchant, 48 years old and Dawid LADA, a worker, 42 years old, both residing
in Szczercow and presented us a female baby and declared it was born in
Szczercow on 29th January current year at 7 p.m. >from his lawful wife
Salomea, 35 years old. That baby was named Kunegunda. That certificate was
read to the father and the witnesses and signed by Herszlik CIENCHANOWSKI
and Dawid LADA".

By the way, my ancestor Salomea (not an obviously popular choice for a
Jewish female name) seems to have become Chana in later life!!

Martin Davis
London (UK)


Re: Jewish woman descended from a Polish queen? #poland

Nicole Heymans <Nicole.Heymans@...>
 

"Where and when" would help in interpreting the choice of given
name. Jadwiga is simply the Polish equivalent of the German given
name Hedwig, which was quite fashionable as >from the late 19th
century, also among Jews. I wouldn't jump to conclusions regarding
mixed parentage.

Nicole Heymans, near Brussels, Belgium


At 08:04 30/03/2015, Naidia Woolf wrote:
Subject: Jewish woman descended >from a Polish queen?

I just came across the record of a married woman whose given name
was originally Jadwiga. Was amazed to discover that Jadwiga was a
14th century Polish monarch!
.
.
.
I'm wondering whether Ita's mother was of mixed parentage. Otherwise
why would a (supposedly Jewish woman be named after a Polish (Christian)
queen?

Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.

Naidia Woolf
San Francisco, California
ruthnw@...


JRI Poland #Poland Re: Jewish woman descended from a Polish queen? #poland

Nicole Heymans <Nicole.Heymans@...>
 

"Where and when" would help in interpreting the choice of given
name. Jadwiga is simply the Polish equivalent of the German given
name Hedwig, which was quite fashionable as >from the late 19th
century, also among Jews. I wouldn't jump to conclusions regarding
mixed parentage.

Nicole Heymans, near Brussels, Belgium


At 08:04 30/03/2015, Naidia Woolf wrote:
Subject: Jewish woman descended >from a Polish queen?

I just came across the record of a married woman whose given name
was originally Jadwiga. Was amazed to discover that Jadwiga was a
14th century Polish monarch!
.
.
.
I'm wondering whether Ita's mother was of mixed parentage. Otherwise
why would a (supposedly Jewish woman be named after a Polish (Christian)
queen?

Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.

Naidia Woolf
San Francisco, California
ruthnw@...


1852 Family List of Lida District Jewish families who wanted to be farmers #lithuania

Jrbaston
 

Dear fellow Lida District Researchers:

I've just added to the LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group site an
1852 Family List of Jews in the Lida District who wanted to be farmers
and who made application to move in order to do so. The list is on the
DATA page at <https://lidadistrict.shutterfly.com>; under Lida Uezd
Files and it is called <lidadistrictFLofJewswantedtomovetoNovorosia>

It is currently available to qualified contributors to the LitvakSIG
Lida District Research Group but after 18 months will be publicly
searchable in the LitvakSIG All Lithuania Database and JewishGen
Belarus Database.

In the middle part of the 19th century Jews had a possibility to
move to Siberia (mostly Tobolsk gubernia) and to Novorossia (to
Kherson and Yekaterinoslav gubernias) where the Russian government
gave them the possibility to become farmers - to work on land.

At that time, in the 1830s through the early 1850s, the land
in Siberia was not prepared for new migrants and the Russian
government offered Jews who wanted to go to Siberia the opportunity
to move to Kherson or Yekaterinoslav [now Donetsk] gubernia.
It is not clear who really left Lithuania for Kherson gubernia and
who still stayed in Lithuania. According to other documents
(correspondence of officials) in the files, not all families
left Lithuania.

In this file of 262 individuals >from towns in the Lida District who
wanted to become farmers, it is especially interesting that a number
of the families >from Radun in this list are the very same families
for whom it was noted in the 1850 Revision List for Radun that they
re-registered in nearby Eisiskes in the 1858 Revision List.

I am copying the surnames for this list at the bottom of this message.

For those of you who are already part of the LitvakSIG Lida District
Research Group, thank you for your support, which helps us translate
this and other lists for our Lida District Families.

To become part of the LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group, go to
www.litvaksig.org/contribute scroll down a bit to Research Groups,
choose Lida District, and contribute $100 US, which will guarantee
you immediate access to files of newly translated Lida District
records for five calendar years, through December 31, 2019.

Please let me know if you have any questions. You may write
me at JRBaston@...,

Judy Baston, Coordinator,
LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group

.
Surnames >from the Lida District 1852 Family List

ABRAMOVICH BERDOVSKI BRODOVSKI DALINSKI
DRAZNIN GERMAN IUDELIOVICH IURKANSKI
IVENSKI IZRALIOVICH LEIBOVICH LEVIN
LISNATSKI MOVSHOVICH ORZHEKHOVSKI PAIKOVSKI
PILIAVSKI POLIACHEK POLIPNITSKI POMERTS
PUPKIN REIENTOVICH RUBINSKI RUDNITSKI
SHMERKOVICH SHULMAN TSODIKOVICH


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania 1852 Family List of Lida District Jewish families who wanted to be farmers #lithuania

Jrbaston
 

Dear fellow Lida District Researchers:

I've just added to the LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group site an
1852 Family List of Jews in the Lida District who wanted to be farmers
and who made application to move in order to do so. The list is on the
DATA page at <https://lidadistrict.shutterfly.com>; under Lida Uezd
Files and it is called <lidadistrictFLofJewswantedtomovetoNovorosia>

It is currently available to qualified contributors to the LitvakSIG
Lida District Research Group but after 18 months will be publicly
searchable in the LitvakSIG All Lithuania Database and JewishGen
Belarus Database.

In the middle part of the 19th century Jews had a possibility to
move to Siberia (mostly Tobolsk gubernia) and to Novorossia (to
Kherson and Yekaterinoslav gubernias) where the Russian government
gave them the possibility to become farmers - to work on land.

At that time, in the 1830s through the early 1850s, the land
in Siberia was not prepared for new migrants and the Russian
government offered Jews who wanted to go to Siberia the opportunity
to move to Kherson or Yekaterinoslav [now Donetsk] gubernia.
It is not clear who really left Lithuania for Kherson gubernia and
who still stayed in Lithuania. According to other documents
(correspondence of officials) in the files, not all families
left Lithuania.

In this file of 262 individuals >from towns in the Lida District who
wanted to become farmers, it is especially interesting that a number
of the families >from Radun in this list are the very same families
for whom it was noted in the 1850 Revision List for Radun that they
re-registered in nearby Eisiskes in the 1858 Revision List.

I am copying the surnames for this list at the bottom of this message.

For those of you who are already part of the LitvakSIG Lida District
Research Group, thank you for your support, which helps us translate
this and other lists for our Lida District Families.

To become part of the LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group, go to
www.litvaksig.org/contribute scroll down a bit to Research Groups,
choose Lida District, and contribute $100 US, which will guarantee
you immediate access to files of newly translated Lida District
records for five calendar years, through December 31, 2019.

Please let me know if you have any questions. You may write
me at JRBaston@...,

Judy Baston, Coordinator,
LitvakSIG Lida District Research Group

.
Surnames >from the Lida District 1852 Family List

ABRAMOVICH BERDOVSKI BRODOVSKI DALINSKI
DRAZNIN GERMAN IUDELIOVICH IURKANSKI
IVENSKI IZRALIOVICH LEIBOVICH LEVIN
LISNATSKI MOVSHOVICH ORZHEKHOVSKI PAIKOVSKI
PILIAVSKI POLIACHEK POLIPNITSKI POMERTS
PUPKIN REIENTOVICH RUBINSKI RUDNITSKI
SHMERKOVICH SHULMAN TSODIKOVICH


Vilnius Marriages, 1876-1879 and Nemencine Marriages and Deaths, 1854-1856 #lithuania

Peggy Freedman <peggyf@...>
 

Thanks to volunteer, Malcolm Singer, the Vilnius District Research Group
has translations of 71 new marriage records for three suburbs of Vilnius
(Snipiskis, Antakalniskis, and Novogorod) for the years 1876 -1879.

Surnames in these marriage records include:
ABRAMOVICH, ALPERT, ALTMAN, ANOLIK, ANTOVIL, APATOV, ARIOVICH,
ARMANOVSKY, ARONOVICH, ASS, BADASH, BAKULIN, BARYSHNIK, BERGER, BERLIN,
BERNATOVICH, BERZHAK, BLIAUSHTEIN, BLOKH, BORANIK, BRAYDO, BRAZ, BROIDA,
BROIDO, BROIT, BRUMBERG, BUIVEDZISHEK, BURGER, BURSHTEYN, CHERNUSKI,

DAVANGO, DON, DRUYAK, EPEL, FLAT, FURMANOVICH, GASELNIK, GINBERG,
GINZBURG, GITEL, GLEZER, GOLDER, GOLTSZEGER, GORDON, GOSHARSKY, GREYS,
GRINSHTEYN, GURVICH, IANISHSKI, IOELS, KACHERGISKI, KAGAN, KAGANBERG,
KAPLAN, KAPUSTA, KASAR, KATS, KATSEV, KHAET, KHELMER, KLAZ, KOBLINTS,
KOTON, KRAPIVNITSER,

LAMANSKI, LEBENSON, LEIVANT, LEVINZON, LIKHTIN, LIVPERT, LIVSHITS,
LONDON, MAGID, MAIZEL, MARKOVICH, MEDAYSKY, MELER, MOLCHADSKI,
MOVSHOVICH, NAGUN, NELKIN, NEMENCHINSKAYA, OLENDER, OSOPSKY,
PALUSTINSKI, PRES, PUSHNER, RABINOVICH, REIZENMON, RONIK, RUBIN,

SENDERZON, SHAPIRO, SHIFRA, SHILAN, SHKOP, SHNEIDER, SHOREZON, SHTEIN,
SHUKHOVSKY, SHUKSTYLSKAYA, SHUMAKHER, SHUSTER, SHVADES, SHVETSKI,
SLONIM, SLONIMSKY, SLUTSK, STAMLER, STOLOV, STOLYARSKAYA, SVADOSHCH,
TAPUAKH, TILES, TSAPLIOVICH, TSUNDZER,

VAYNER, VERSKAIN, VILENSKI, ZALKIND, ZELESER, ZELIGMAN, ZUSMANOVICH

Thanks to volunteer Joseph Weinstein, we also have translations of
marriage and death records >from Nemencine for the years 1854 to 1856.
Surnames >from Nemencine include:

APATOV, BARTENISKI, BEZDANISKI, BLUSHINSKI, DRODKIN, GALIN, GOLDSHTAIN,
HEILPRIN /GEYLPERIN, HENDLER, HOLENSKI / GOLENSKI, ITSKOVICH, ITZKOVICH,
ITZKOVICH /ABRAMOWITZ, KATZ, KHARMATS, KLATSKI, KRAVTSINSKI, KREMER,
LANDMAN, LEVIN, MIKHALINSKI, MOTTELSOHN, NEMENCHINSKI, RAPEPORT, RIMAN,
SHAPIRA, TABRISKI, TROKINSKI, VERSAV, YOTAN

Full translations are available to qualified donors to the Vilnius
District Research Group of LitvakSig. You can become a qualified donor
by making a US$100 contribution on our secure website at:
http://litvaksig.org/contribute

Let me know if you have any questions.

Peggy Mosinger Freedman
Coordinator, Vilnius District Research Group


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Vilnius Marriages, 1876-1879 and Nemencine Marriages and Deaths, 1854-1856 #lithuania

Peggy Freedman <peggyf@...>
 

Thanks to volunteer, Malcolm Singer, the Vilnius District Research Group
has translations of 71 new marriage records for three suburbs of Vilnius
(Snipiskis, Antakalniskis, and Novogorod) for the years 1876 -1879.

Surnames in these marriage records include:
ABRAMOVICH, ALPERT, ALTMAN, ANOLIK, ANTOVIL, APATOV, ARIOVICH,
ARMANOVSKY, ARONOVICH, ASS, BADASH, BAKULIN, BARYSHNIK, BERGER, BERLIN,
BERNATOVICH, BERZHAK, BLIAUSHTEIN, BLOKH, BORANIK, BRAYDO, BRAZ, BROIDA,
BROIDO, BROIT, BRUMBERG, BUIVEDZISHEK, BURGER, BURSHTEYN, CHERNUSKI,

DAVANGO, DON, DRUYAK, EPEL, FLAT, FURMANOVICH, GASELNIK, GINBERG,
GINZBURG, GITEL, GLEZER, GOLDER, GOLTSZEGER, GORDON, GOSHARSKY, GREYS,
GRINSHTEYN, GURVICH, IANISHSKI, IOELS, KACHERGISKI, KAGAN, KAGANBERG,
KAPLAN, KAPUSTA, KASAR, KATS, KATSEV, KHAET, KHELMER, KLAZ, KOBLINTS,
KOTON, KRAPIVNITSER,

LAMANSKI, LEBENSON, LEIVANT, LEVINZON, LIKHTIN, LIVPERT, LIVSHITS,
LONDON, MAGID, MAIZEL, MARKOVICH, MEDAYSKY, MELER, MOLCHADSKI,
MOVSHOVICH, NAGUN, NELKIN, NEMENCHINSKAYA, OLENDER, OSOPSKY,
PALUSTINSKI, PRES, PUSHNER, RABINOVICH, REIZENMON, RONIK, RUBIN,

SENDERZON, SHAPIRO, SHIFRA, SHILAN, SHKOP, SHNEIDER, SHOREZON, SHTEIN,
SHUKHOVSKY, SHUKSTYLSKAYA, SHUMAKHER, SHUSTER, SHVADES, SHVETSKI,
SLONIM, SLONIMSKY, SLUTSK, STAMLER, STOLOV, STOLYARSKAYA, SVADOSHCH,
TAPUAKH, TILES, TSAPLIOVICH, TSUNDZER,

VAYNER, VERSKAIN, VILENSKI, ZALKIND, ZELESER, ZELIGMAN, ZUSMANOVICH

Thanks to volunteer Joseph Weinstein, we also have translations of
marriage and death records >from Nemencine for the years 1854 to 1856.
Surnames >from Nemencine include:

APATOV, BARTENISKI, BEZDANISKI, BLUSHINSKI, DRODKIN, GALIN, GOLDSHTAIN,
HEILPRIN /GEYLPERIN, HENDLER, HOLENSKI / GOLENSKI, ITSKOVICH, ITZKOVICH,
ITZKOVICH /ABRAMOWITZ, KATZ, KHARMATS, KLATSKI, KRAVTSINSKI, KREMER,
LANDMAN, LEVIN, MIKHALINSKI, MOTTELSOHN, NEMENCHINSKI, RAPEPORT, RIMAN,
SHAPIRA, TABRISKI, TROKINSKI, VERSAV, YOTAN

Full translations are available to qualified donors to the Vilnius
District Research Group of LitvakSig. You can become a qualified donor
by making a US$100 contribution on our secure website at:
http://litvaksig.org/contribute

Let me know if you have any questions.

Peggy Mosinger Freedman
Coordinator, Vilnius District Research Group


Seeking PRESCH-DAUST descendants #germany

Martin Fischer
 

I recently learned >from a previously unknown shirt-tail cousin via
Jewishgen's Family Finder that my first cousin twice-removed Fannie
PRESCH (nee DAUST) died in the 1919 Spanish influenza epidemic while
living in Germany. Her descendants are believed to have immigrated
to Israel.

So I am hoping to make contact with her children or their descendants:
Lieselotte NUSSBAUM Ruth GAL and Fritz PRESCH. Thank you,

Martin Fischer Oak Park, Illinois USA martinfischer@...


German SIG #Germany Seeking PRESCH-DAUST descendants #germany

Martin Fischer
 

I recently learned >from a previously unknown shirt-tail cousin via
Jewishgen's Family Finder that my first cousin twice-removed Fannie
PRESCH (nee DAUST) died in the 1919 Spanish influenza epidemic while
living in Germany. Her descendants are believed to have immigrated
to Israel.

So I am hoping to make contact with her children or their descendants:
Lieselotte NUSSBAUM Ruth GAL and Fritz PRESCH. Thank you,

Martin Fischer Oak Park, Illinois USA martinfischer@...


Assistance Needed for IAJGS Jerusalem Conference Speakers #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

The Jerusalem Conference organizers have asked H-SIG to help cover =
expenses for speakers who will be presenting sessions of interest to =
those researching their families >from Hungary. If you would like to =
help out, please go to the Hungarian SIG JewishGen-erosity page at =
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=
15> and make a donation to the Hungarian SIG Speakers Bureau. Your =
support will be appreciated!

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, California
JewishGen Hungarian SIG Coordinator=


Hungary SIG #Hungary Assistance Needed for IAJGS Jerusalem Conference Speakers #hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

The Jerusalem Conference organizers have asked H-SIG to help cover =
expenses for speakers who will be presenting sessions of interest to =
those researching their families >from Hungary. If you would like to =
help out, please go to the Hungarian SIG JewishGen-erosity page at =
<http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=
15> and make a donation to the Hungarian SIG Speakers Bureau. Your =
support will be appreciated!

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, California
JewishGen Hungarian SIG Coordinator=