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New databases of illegal immigrants to Eretz Israel 1930s-48 #poland

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

IGRA released the first installment of information regarding the
Illegal Immigration period to Eretz Israel (Palestine) >from Europe and
North Africa. The information comes >from three sources:

Atlit Database Index - In cooperation with "Bintivey Ha'apala"
Clandestine Jewish Immigration Information and Research Center in
Memory of Admiral Mordechai (Moka) Limon we are posting a partial
index of their database. Their databases span >from the late 1930's
through a few years after the recognition of the State of Israel.

Deportation Lists 1939 - This database is composed of "duplicate"
lists found in a file of the British Police in the Israel State
Archives. It contains lists of people who were on 13 ships that were
captured in 1939. The database includes the names of 6,282. This
database includes scans of the document which are can be seen by
members of IGRA.

The Illegal Immigrants 1939 -1948 - The lists come >from a variety of
places - most are Jewish Agency offices, some elsewhere. All are
currently in the Central Zionist Archives. Some lists are in English
and some lists are in Hebrew, therefore there will be two databases
depending on the language of the original documents. This will be an
ongoing project over many years, with updates of additional names to
the database.

Please understand that each document has different kinds of
information available. One of the things that makes this addition so
interesting is that some people now appear in more than one document
dealing with immigration and at a different date. This allows the
development of a timeline for that period in their life. We are
working to quickly fix a problem where the name of the Ship is not
showing on the result page.

With these additions there are now over 440,000 lines of data available!

http://genealogy.org.il/AID/index.php

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy

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Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with
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JRI Poland #Poland New databases of illegal immigrants to Eretz Israel 1930s-48 #poland

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

IGRA released the first installment of information regarding the
Illegal Immigration period to Eretz Israel (Palestine) >from Europe and
North Africa. The information comes >from three sources:

Atlit Database Index - In cooperation with "Bintivey Ha'apala"
Clandestine Jewish Immigration Information and Research Center in
Memory of Admiral Mordechai (Moka) Limon we are posting a partial
index of their database. Their databases span >from the late 1930's
through a few years after the recognition of the State of Israel.

Deportation Lists 1939 - This database is composed of "duplicate"
lists found in a file of the British Police in the Israel State
Archives. It contains lists of people who were on 13 ships that were
captured in 1939. The database includes the names of 6,282. This
database includes scans of the document which are can be seen by
members of IGRA.

The Illegal Immigrants 1939 -1948 - The lists come >from a variety of
places - most are Jewish Agency offices, some elsewhere. All are
currently in the Central Zionist Archives. Some lists are in English
and some lists are in Hebrew, therefore there will be two databases
depending on the language of the original documents. This will be an
ongoing project over many years, with updates of additional names to
the database.

Please understand that each document has different kinds of
information available. One of the things that makes this addition so
interesting is that some people now appear in more than one document
dealing with immigration and at a different date. This allows the
development of a timeline for that period in their life. We are
working to quickly fix a problem where the name of the Ship is not
showing on the result page.

With these additions there are now over 440,000 lines of data available!

http://genealogy.org.il/AID/index.php

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy

Keep up to date on archives, databases and genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with
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Re: SACHS/SACKS, FUTERAN, GEFFEN, MILLER & KARBUZ families in South Africa #general

Ann Rabinowitz
 

It always helps to put the shtetl your families are >from in your post
as the names may be quite common. However, this time, I recognized that
the families mentioned in your post and another one you posted today
regarding VOLOVICH, FAKTOR & HURWITZ in South Africa are ones that
belong to several of my families who left Kupiskis and surrounding shtetls
in Lithuania, for South Africa.

For instance, Alec Sack married Charlotte Miller and they had three
children Gordon, Jeff and Azne. The Sack family was >from Simonys, Lithuania,
and the Miller (Melnick) family was >from Kupiskis, Lithuania.

You can contact me for further information.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: SACHS/SACKS, FUTERAN, GEFFEN, MILLER & KARBUZ families in South Africa #general

Ann Rabinowitz
 

It always helps to put the shtetl your families are >from in your post
as the names may be quite common. However, this time, I recognized that
the families mentioned in your post and another one you posted today
regarding VOLOVICH, FAKTOR & HURWITZ in South Africa are ones that
belong to several of my families who left Kupiskis and surrounding shtetls
in Lithuania, for South Africa.

For instance, Alec Sack married Charlotte Miller and they had three
children Gordon, Jeff and Azne. The Sack family was >from Simonys, Lithuania,
and the Miller (Melnick) family was >from Kupiskis, Lithuania.

You can contact me for further information.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


New databases of illegal immigrants to Eretz Israel 1930s-48 #ukraine

rosef@...
 

IGRA released the first installment of information regarding the
Illegal Immigration period to Eretz Israel (Palestine) >from Europe and
North Africa. The information comes >from three sources:

Atlit Database Index - In cooperation with "Bintivey Ha'apala"
Clandestine Jewish Immigration Information and Research Center in
Memory of Admiral Mordechai (Moka) Limon we are posting a partial
index of their database. Their databases span >from the late 1930's
through a few years after the recognition of the State of Israel.

Deportation Lists 1939 - This database is composed of "duplicate"
lists found in a file of the British Police in the Israel State
Archives. It contains lists of people who were on 13 ships that were
captured in 1939. The database includes the names of 6,282. This
database includes scans of the document which are can be seen by
members of IGRA.

The Illegal Immigrants 1939 -1948 - The lists come >from a variety of
places - most are Jewish Agency offices, some elsewhere. All are
currently in the Central Zionist Archives. Some lists are in English
and some lists are in Hebrew, therefore there will be two databases
depending on the language of the original documents. This will be an
ongoing project over many years, with updates of additional names to
the database.

Please understand that each document has different kinds of
information available. One of the things that makes this addition so
interesting is that some people now appear in more than one document
dealing with immigration and at a different date. This allows the
development of a timeline for that period in their life. We are
working to quickly fix a problem where the name of the Ship is not
showing on the result page.

With these additions there are now over 440,000 lines of data available!

http://genealogy.org.il/AID/index.php

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy

Keep up to date on archives, databases and genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with
http://twitter.com/JewDataGenGirl


RUTHEISER and DALMATOWSKY Families #ukraine

dogwood159@...
 

RUTHEISER family >from Kiev

Unknown Rutheiser, born in Kiev around 1850 and probably died there.
Rose his daughter b. in Kiev about 1881, arrived in 1889 (age 8) in
New York died in New York 3 November 1962. Married Benjamin
Dalmatovsky (>from Minsk) in NY in 1905. Siblings, some possibly born
in Kiev, others in New York: Ethel, Herman, Frank, Ray, Bertha,
Gussie, Elliot, Harry. A different branch of the Rutheiser family all
from Kiev: Jacob b. 1850 married Rachel. Their children: Morris
(Moses) (1879-1956) married Lena (Leice) Rudolph (b. 1887 in Austria);
Hannah b.1879 married Solomon Dubner (b.1886 in Russia); Harry
(1880-1961) married Minnie Berliant (b. 1884 in Russia); Sarah
(1883-1964) married Morris Cohen ((b. 1874 in Russia); and, born in
New York: Paul and Henrietta. (Please reply privately)



DALMATOWSKYS (Dalmatouvsky) family >from Minsk

Benjamin, born in Minsk 9 August 1879, died in New York 1 September
1951. No record of parents or siblings. Arrived New York 1896 (age
17). Married Rose Rutheiser in NY, in 1905. Children: Gertrud,
Herbert, Milton, Edith. (Please reply privately)

Susanna Easton

San Diego, California, USA


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine New databases of illegal immigrants to Eretz Israel 1930s-48 #ukraine

rosef@...
 

IGRA released the first installment of information regarding the
Illegal Immigration period to Eretz Israel (Palestine) >from Europe and
North Africa. The information comes >from three sources:

Atlit Database Index - In cooperation with "Bintivey Ha'apala"
Clandestine Jewish Immigration Information and Research Center in
Memory of Admiral Mordechai (Moka) Limon we are posting a partial
index of their database. Their databases span >from the late 1930's
through a few years after the recognition of the State of Israel.

Deportation Lists 1939 - This database is composed of "duplicate"
lists found in a file of the British Police in the Israel State
Archives. It contains lists of people who were on 13 ships that were
captured in 1939. The database includes the names of 6,282. This
database includes scans of the document which are can be seen by
members of IGRA.

The Illegal Immigrants 1939 -1948 - The lists come >from a variety of
places - most are Jewish Agency offices, some elsewhere. All are
currently in the Central Zionist Archives. Some lists are in English
and some lists are in Hebrew, therefore there will be two databases
depending on the language of the original documents. This will be an
ongoing project over many years, with updates of additional names to
the database.

Please understand that each document has different kinds of
information available. One of the things that makes this addition so
interesting is that some people now appear in more than one document
dealing with immigration and at a different date. This allows the
development of a timeline for that period in their life. We are
working to quickly fix a problem where the name of the Ship is not
showing on the result page.

With these additions there are now over 440,000 lines of data available!

http://genealogy.org.il/AID/index.php

Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy

Keep up to date on archives, databases and genealogy in general and
Jewish and Israeli roots in particular with
http://twitter.com/JewDataGenGirl


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RUTHEISER and DALMATOWSKY Families #ukraine

dogwood159@...
 

RUTHEISER family >from Kiev

Unknown Rutheiser, born in Kiev around 1850 and probably died there.
Rose his daughter b. in Kiev about 1881, arrived in 1889 (age 8) in
New York died in New York 3 November 1962. Married Benjamin
Dalmatovsky (>from Minsk) in NY in 1905. Siblings, some possibly born
in Kiev, others in New York: Ethel, Herman, Frank, Ray, Bertha,
Gussie, Elliot, Harry. A different branch of the Rutheiser family all
from Kiev: Jacob b. 1850 married Rachel. Their children: Morris
(Moses) (1879-1956) married Lena (Leice) Rudolph (b. 1887 in Austria);
Hannah b.1879 married Solomon Dubner (b.1886 in Russia); Harry
(1880-1961) married Minnie Berliant (b. 1884 in Russia); Sarah
(1883-1964) married Morris Cohen ((b. 1874 in Russia); and, born in
New York: Paul and Henrietta. (Please reply privately)



DALMATOWSKYS (Dalmatouvsky) family >from Minsk

Benjamin, born in Minsk 9 August 1879, died in New York 1 September
1951. No record of parents or siblings. Arrived New York 1896 (age
17). Married Rose Rutheiser in NY, in 1905. Children: Gertrud,
Herbert, Milton, Edith. (Please reply privately)

Susanna Easton

San Diego, California, USA


Polish Jews deported to Kazakhhstan/Uzbekistan #galicia

Reuven Liebes <reuvel@...>
 

In reference to the articles in Apr. 22nd and 24th Gesher Galicia Digests

My parents - Eng. Maurycy Liebes and Dr. Ida Rosenberg Liebes - and
myself, being bourgeois, were deported >from Lwow in spring 1940 to a
small kolkhoz in Kazakhstan near ALMA-ATA and worked there. In spring
1941 we were permitted to return to Lwow, few months before the
German invasion. This was very tragic, since my parents were murdered
at Janowska Camp in 1943.

In all my research since, I have never heard about similar case of
deported Jews, who later returned to their hometown. Are there any
known documents or dates records of Polish Jews evacuated to
Kazakhstan? Were there similar cases of returning exiled families?

Any information on this would be a highly appreciated.

Regards,
Reuven Liebes


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Polish Jews deported to Kazakhhstan/Uzbekistan #galicia

Reuven Liebes <reuvel@...>
 

In reference to the articles in Apr. 22nd and 24th Gesher Galicia Digests

My parents - Eng. Maurycy Liebes and Dr. Ida Rosenberg Liebes - and
myself, being bourgeois, were deported >from Lwow in spring 1940 to a
small kolkhoz in Kazakhstan near ALMA-ATA and worked there. In spring
1941 we were permitted to return to Lwow, few months before the
German invasion. This was very tragic, since my parents were murdered
at Janowska Camp in 1943.

In all my research since, I have never heard about similar case of
deported Jews, who later returned to their hometown. Are there any
known documents or dates records of Polish Jews evacuated to
Kazakhstan? Were there similar cases of returning exiled families?

Any information on this would be a highly appreciated.

Regards,
Reuven Liebes


Vilnius / Wilno marriage records, 1925-1927, surnames beginning with E, F, G and H #lithuania

Peggy Freedman <peggyf@...>
 

This is a continuation of the list of surnames >from the marriage records
from Vilnius for the years 1925 to 1927 that I posted yesterday.
Please forgive me for the repetitious nature of these posts, but I want
to share the wealth of information in these records. Please contact me
if you have additional questions about them.

EBIN; EDELSZTEJN; EISENBERG; EJDELBERG; EJDELMAN; EJGES; EJGIES;
EJNBINDER; EJNGORN; EJSZYSKA; EJSZYSKI; EJSZYSZOK; EJZENSZTADT; EKMAN;
ELFMAN; ELJAKIMOWICZ; ELSZTEJN; ELTERMAN; EMES; ENTIN; ENUS; EPEL;
EPSZTEJN; ERBSZTEJN;

FAJGENBAUM; FAJN; FAJNBERG; FAJNSZTEJN; FAJWUSZEWICZ; FALK; FARBER;
FARFEL; FEJGEL; FEJGELMAN; FEJGELSON; FEJGIEL; FEJGIELMAN; FEJGUS;
FELDMAN; FELER; FELMAN; FELSZER; FERDMAN; FIALKO; FIDELGOLC; FIDLER;
FIGUR; FIJALKOW; FIL; FIN; FINGIER; FINK; FINKELSZTEJN; FINKIELMAN;
FINKIELSZTEJN; FISZ; FISZER; FISZERMAN; FLIDERMOJZ; FLIER; FLONDER;
FLORANS; FOGEL; FORENCUKIER; FRAJDRACH; FRAJND; FRAJZINGER; FRAK; FRANK;
FREJDKES; FREJDKIN; FREJDZON; FRENKIEL; FRIDZON; FROMBERG; FRYD;
FRYDLAND; FRYDLENDER; FRYDMAN; FRYDRYCH; FUKS; FUM; FUNDYBRYDER; FURMAN;
FUTERFAS;

GALBER; GALEK; GALENCISZOK; GALENCYSZOK; GALENCZYSZOK; GALERKIN;
GALINSKA; GALINSKI; GALPER; GALPERN; GALPEROWICZ; GAMARSKA; GAMARSKI;
GANES; GAPANOWICZ; GARBAR; GARBER; GARMIZE; GARZON; GAWENDO; GAWENSKA;
GDUT; GECELS; GECYLS; GEFEN; GEGUZINSKA; GEGUZINSKI; GEJMAN; GEKLER;
GELBORT; GELER; GELFARB; GELFELD; GELFER; GELMAN; GELPERYN; GEN; GENDEL;
GENDELBERG; GENDLER; GENKIN; GENS; GERB; GERMAN; GERMANISZSKA;
GERSZENOWICZ; GERSZTEJN; GERSZUNI; GESKES; GIELWAN; GIERMAJZE;
GIERSZUNI; GIESKIES; GILDZIN; GILEROWICZ; GILINCZYSZEK; GILINSKA;
GILINSKI; GILMAN; GILWAN; GIMELFARB; GINDIN; GINDLIN; GINIENSKA;
GINZBERG; GINZBURG; GIRSZOWICZ; GIRZON; GITEL; GITER; GITLIC; GITMAN;
GLAZ; GLAZGENDLER; GLEZER; GLIK; GLIKSMAN; GLIOT; GLOZMAN; GNESIN;
GOBER; GODES; GODKIN; GOFMAN; GOL; GOLANT; GOLCZEGER; GOLD; GOLDANSKI;
GOLDBERG; GOLDENSON; GOLDIN; GOLDING; GOLDMAN; GOLDSZMID; GOLDSZTEJN;
GOLDZON; GOLOMB; GOLUB; GOLUBOWICZ; GOLUBOWSKI; GONCZAROWSKA; GOPENKO;
GOPSZTEJN; GORDIN; GORDON; GORDONSON; GORFAJN; GORFEIN; GORFINKIEL;
GORFUNG; GORODENSKI; GORODNIK; GOROWOJ; GORSFUNG; GORZON; GOZ; GRABINER;
GRAD; GRAJNER; GRAJZEL; GRAJZIL; GREJSER; GREJZDORF; GRENADIER;
GRINSPON; GROBINSKI; GROBSZTEJN; GRODZIAN; GRODZIENSKA; GRODZIENSKI;
GROGER; GROSSMAN; GROZBEJN; GROZNIK; GRUNTWAGEN; GRUZINSKA; GRYNBERG;
GRYNBLAT; GRYNER; GRYNSZPAN; GRYNSZTEJN; GUMZYNSKA; GURDUS; GUREWICZ;
GURLAND; GURWICZ; GUT; GUTKIN; GUTMAN;

HALPERN; HAMBURG; HARAD; HEFNER; HEKLER; HELPERN; HERSZLIKOWICZ;
HIMELSZTEJN; HIRSZ; HIRSZOWSKA; HOBER; HOBERMAN; HOCHMAN; HODES; HOFMAN;
HOLCBERG; HONIG; HRUZOWSKI; HURWICZ;

You can review all of the surnames in these records by downloading the
spreadsheet posted on the public part of our Shutterfly website at:
https://vilnius.shutterfly.com/

All the translations, including all the details of given names, mother's
maiden names, patronymics and more, are available now to qualified
donors of the Vilnius District Research Group --DRG. You can become
a qualified donor by making a US$100 contribution to the Vilnius DRG
on LitvakSIG's secure website at: http://litvaksig.org/contribute

Peggy Mosinger Freedman
Coordinator, Vilnius District Research Group


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Vilnius / Wilno marriage records, 1925-1927, surnames beginning with E, F, G and H #lithuania

Peggy Freedman <peggyf@...>
 

This is a continuation of the list of surnames >from the marriage records
from Vilnius for the years 1925 to 1927 that I posted yesterday.
Please forgive me for the repetitious nature of these posts, but I want
to share the wealth of information in these records. Please contact me
if you have additional questions about them.

EBIN; EDELSZTEJN; EISENBERG; EJDELBERG; EJDELMAN; EJGES; EJGIES;
EJNBINDER; EJNGORN; EJSZYSKA; EJSZYSKI; EJSZYSZOK; EJZENSZTADT; EKMAN;
ELFMAN; ELJAKIMOWICZ; ELSZTEJN; ELTERMAN; EMES; ENTIN; ENUS; EPEL;
EPSZTEJN; ERBSZTEJN;

FAJGENBAUM; FAJN; FAJNBERG; FAJNSZTEJN; FAJWUSZEWICZ; FALK; FARBER;
FARFEL; FEJGEL; FEJGELMAN; FEJGELSON; FEJGIEL; FEJGIELMAN; FEJGUS;
FELDMAN; FELER; FELMAN; FELSZER; FERDMAN; FIALKO; FIDELGOLC; FIDLER;
FIGUR; FIJALKOW; FIL; FIN; FINGIER; FINK; FINKELSZTEJN; FINKIELMAN;
FINKIELSZTEJN; FISZ; FISZER; FISZERMAN; FLIDERMOJZ; FLIER; FLONDER;
FLORANS; FOGEL; FORENCUKIER; FRAJDRACH; FRAJND; FRAJZINGER; FRAK; FRANK;
FREJDKES; FREJDKIN; FREJDZON; FRENKIEL; FRIDZON; FROMBERG; FRYD;
FRYDLAND; FRYDLENDER; FRYDMAN; FRYDRYCH; FUKS; FUM; FUNDYBRYDER; FURMAN;
FUTERFAS;

GALBER; GALEK; GALENCISZOK; GALENCYSZOK; GALENCZYSZOK; GALERKIN;
GALINSKA; GALINSKI; GALPER; GALPERN; GALPEROWICZ; GAMARSKA; GAMARSKI;
GANES; GAPANOWICZ; GARBAR; GARBER; GARMIZE; GARZON; GAWENDO; GAWENSKA;
GDUT; GECELS; GECYLS; GEFEN; GEGUZINSKA; GEGUZINSKI; GEJMAN; GEKLER;
GELBORT; GELER; GELFARB; GELFELD; GELFER; GELMAN; GELPERYN; GEN; GENDEL;
GENDELBERG; GENDLER; GENKIN; GENS; GERB; GERMAN; GERMANISZSKA;
GERSZENOWICZ; GERSZTEJN; GERSZUNI; GESKES; GIELWAN; GIERMAJZE;
GIERSZUNI; GIESKIES; GILDZIN; GILEROWICZ; GILINCZYSZEK; GILINSKA;
GILINSKI; GILMAN; GILWAN; GIMELFARB; GINDIN; GINDLIN; GINIENSKA;
GINZBERG; GINZBURG; GIRSZOWICZ; GIRZON; GITEL; GITER; GITLIC; GITMAN;
GLAZ; GLAZGENDLER; GLEZER; GLIK; GLIKSMAN; GLIOT; GLOZMAN; GNESIN;
GOBER; GODES; GODKIN; GOFMAN; GOL; GOLANT; GOLCZEGER; GOLD; GOLDANSKI;
GOLDBERG; GOLDENSON; GOLDIN; GOLDING; GOLDMAN; GOLDSZMID; GOLDSZTEJN;
GOLDZON; GOLOMB; GOLUB; GOLUBOWICZ; GOLUBOWSKI; GONCZAROWSKA; GOPENKO;
GOPSZTEJN; GORDIN; GORDON; GORDONSON; GORFAJN; GORFEIN; GORFINKIEL;
GORFUNG; GORODENSKI; GORODNIK; GOROWOJ; GORSFUNG; GORZON; GOZ; GRABINER;
GRAD; GRAJNER; GRAJZEL; GRAJZIL; GREJSER; GREJZDORF; GRENADIER;
GRINSPON; GROBINSKI; GROBSZTEJN; GRODZIAN; GRODZIENSKA; GRODZIENSKI;
GROGER; GROSSMAN; GROZBEJN; GROZNIK; GRUNTWAGEN; GRUZINSKA; GRYNBERG;
GRYNBLAT; GRYNER; GRYNSZPAN; GRYNSZTEJN; GUMZYNSKA; GURDUS; GUREWICZ;
GURLAND; GURWICZ; GUT; GUTKIN; GUTMAN;

HALPERN; HAMBURG; HARAD; HEFNER; HEKLER; HELPERN; HERSZLIKOWICZ;
HIMELSZTEJN; HIRSZ; HIRSZOWSKA; HOBER; HOBERMAN; HOCHMAN; HODES; HOFMAN;
HOLCBERG; HONIG; HRUZOWSKI; HURWICZ;

You can review all of the surnames in these records by downloading the
spreadsheet posted on the public part of our Shutterfly website at:
https://vilnius.shutterfly.com/

All the translations, including all the details of given names, mother's
maiden names, patronymics and more, are available now to qualified
donors of the Vilnius District Research Group --DRG. You can become
a qualified donor by making a US$100 contribution to the Vilnius DRG
on LitvakSIG's secure website at: http://litvaksig.org/contribute

Peggy Mosinger Freedman
Coordinator, Vilnius District Research Group


Ancestral Passport #lithuania

Michelle Essers
 

Hi
Where can I find out details regarding an ancestral Lithuanian passport?

My grandparents came to South Africa - date unknown.
They were married in Krugersdorp, South Africa in 1925, so they each
came sometime before 1925.

I have a feeling, Lithuania only allows ancestral passports >from dates
after 1925.

Many thanks

Michelle Essers


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Ancestral Passport #lithuania

Michelle Essers
 

Hi
Where can I find out details regarding an ancestral Lithuanian passport?

My grandparents came to South Africa - date unknown.
They were married in Krugersdorp, South Africa in 1925, so they each
came sometime before 1925.

I have a feeling, Lithuania only allows ancestral passports >from dates
after 1925.

Many thanks

Michelle Essers


Film about Jewish Life in Post-War Bialystok #poland

Mark Halpern
 

The name Tomek Wisniewski should be familiar to most Bialystokers. He has
been involved in the Jewish history of Bialystok for well over 20 years.
More recently, Tomek has produced films documenting life in Jewish Bialystok
and surrounding towns.

His next film "Three Numbers" is a story about the forgotten Jewish Section
of Bialystok where the Jews who survived the Holocaust lived after the war.
The story takes place >from 1949 until 1960. Only Jewish families and one
Christian family lived on Minska Street. There is nothing left of this
section. No buildings and few memories. The people have forgotten the name
of the street. On this quarter there was also a synagogue and a Rebbe,
probably the last Rebbe in Bialystok. This film brings back this forgotten
story.

Tomek's previous films can be found at:

The Pencil: http://vimeo.com/54917639

The Men Who Wore Sidelocks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT_cNE_g7RA

Central Park: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCC6n1N-8DU

If you are interested in Tomek's new film, please contact him at
bagnowka@yahoo.pl.

Mark Halpern


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland Film about Jewish Life in Post-War Bialystok #poland

Mark Halpern
 

The name Tomek Wisniewski should be familiar to most Bialystokers. He has
been involved in the Jewish history of Bialystok for well over 20 years.
More recently, Tomek has produced films documenting life in Jewish Bialystok
and surrounding towns.

His next film "Three Numbers" is a story about the forgotten Jewish Section
of Bialystok where the Jews who survived the Holocaust lived after the war.
The story takes place >from 1949 until 1960. Only Jewish families and one
Christian family lived on Minska Street. There is nothing left of this
section. No buildings and few memories. The people have forgotten the name
of the street. On this quarter there was also a synagogue and a Rebbe,
probably the last Rebbe in Bialystok. This film brings back this forgotten
story.

Tomek's previous films can be found at:

The Pencil: http://vimeo.com/54917639

The Men Who Wore Sidelocks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT_cNE_g7RA

Central Park: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCC6n1N-8DU

If you are interested in Tomek's new film, please contact him at
bagnowka@yahoo.pl.

Mark Halpern


Viewmate tombstone translation request #poland

David Brostoff
 

I have posted a tombstone photo on Viewmate and would be very
grateful for a translation of the Hebrew:

<http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=39266>;

Please respond via the ViewMate form.

Thank you,

David


JRI Poland #Poland Viewmate tombstone translation request #poland

David Brostoff
 

I have posted a tombstone photo on Viewmate and would be very
grateful for a translation of the Hebrew:

<http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=39266>;

Please respond via the ViewMate form.

Thank you,

David


Descendants of Ulanow #poland

Marla Raucher Osborn <osborn@...>
 

Calling all descendants of Ulanow in southeast Poland, region
of Galician Nisko!

A 400 birthday is coming up in 2016 and your family stories, photos,
ephemera, records, and town memorabilia are wanted!

On April 7, 1616 the town of Ulanow was founded and efforts are
underway to produce a book commemorating town history and families.
Friend and local resident Janusz Dabek - President of the Foundation
HERITAGE - is interested in memories of your ancestors: where they
lived, what they were doing, what their lives were like before,
during, and after WW2.Accepted submissions will be included in the book.

Electronic scans of contributions should be sent to: cypel2000@wp.pl

Warm regards,

Marla Raucher Osborn
Warsaw, Poland

osborn@nuthatch.org

Researching surnames:
HORN, FRUCHTER, LIEBLING >from Rohatyn (Galicia, today Ukraine);
KURZROCK >from Kozova (Galicia, today Ukraine);
TEICHMAN >from Chodorow (Galicia, today Ukraine);
SILBER, BAUMANN, and SCHARF fromUlanow and Sokolow Malopolska
(Galicia, Poland);
RAUCHER/RAUSCHER and KESTENBAUM >from Przemysl (Galicia, Poland);
BLECHER >from Soroka, Bessarabia (Moldova);
and BRUNSHTEIN, MOGALNIK, SARFAS, and
FABER >from Mohyliv Podilskyy and Kamyanets Podilskyy (Ukraine)


JRI Poland #Poland Descendants of Ulanow #poland

Marla Raucher Osborn <osborn@...>
 

Calling all descendants of Ulanow in southeast Poland, region
of Galician Nisko!

A 400 birthday is coming up in 2016 and your family stories, photos,
ephemera, records, and town memorabilia are wanted!

On April 7, 1616 the town of Ulanow was founded and efforts are
underway to produce a book commemorating town history and families.
Friend and local resident Janusz Dabek - President of the Foundation
HERITAGE - is interested in memories of your ancestors: where they
lived, what they were doing, what their lives were like before,
during, and after WW2.Accepted submissions will be included in the book.

Electronic scans of contributions should be sent to: cypel2000@wp.pl

Warm regards,

Marla Raucher Osborn
Warsaw, Poland

osborn@nuthatch.org

Researching surnames:
HORN, FRUCHTER, LIEBLING >from Rohatyn (Galicia, today Ukraine);
KURZROCK >from Kozova (Galicia, today Ukraine);
TEICHMAN >from Chodorow (Galicia, today Ukraine);
SILBER, BAUMANN, and SCHARF fromUlanow and Sokolow Malopolska
(Galicia, Poland);
RAUCHER/RAUSCHER and KESTENBAUM >from Przemysl (Galicia, Poland);
BLECHER >from Soroka, Bessarabia (Moldova);
and BRUNSHTEIN, MOGALNIK, SARFAS, and
FABER >from Mohyliv Podilskyy and Kamyanets Podilskyy (Ukraine)

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