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New Databases on IGRA’s Website #announcements #israel

Elena Bazes
 

The Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA) has just released five new databases on its website from five archives. This month's release spans the period from the first settlements in Eretz Israel through the end of the British Mandate period. There are now over 1,600,000 records available in our databases. With each release we provide a variety of records to our collection.

A preview of the databases are available at

https://www.slideshare.net/igra3/new-igra-releases-may-2020

New Databases

Founders of the Yishuv and the Settlements     7,808 listings

Births   Rishon le Zion   1900-1930      526 listings

Voters   Tel Aviv   1929     12,093 listings

WWII Refugees in Morocco    Registration Cards   1940    419 listings

Updated Database

Palestine Marriage/Divorce Certificates      8,286 listings

Before viewing the databases, please register for free on the IGRA website:

http://genealogy.org.il/

Please note, the IGRA databases are now searchable to all registrants. The search results page is also available to all registrants. Additional details regarding most databases are available only to paid IGRA members. Certain exceptions exist due to requests of the specific archives.

To view the databases, go to the database tab on the website.

Elena Biegel Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chair

 


zvihat58@...
 

Hello,

For several years I am trying to find information o my wife's Grandfather.

The only information that I have is this document:

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We also know and we have a picture of him as a Dirigent officer in the Ostro - Hungarian Army and arrived to Poland and there married to my wife's grandmother in Łaszczów Poland 
We know that at the beginning of the war he was in an orchestra in a concert tour and that was the reason that the family was separated, His wife Lea (born Frimer) with her four children left Poland to Russia and since then she did not met or knew anything about her husband.
I have also this document
 
At the Fifties they got a message from his friend that he died several years after the war but they do not know when and where.
We assume that arrived after the war he got to the town in Poland and may be while not finding his family he returned to the Czech Republic and this is the reason that I apply to your assistance.
Can you please assist me in finding information on Josef Heinl born Jewish in Schönbach to his mother Resi and his father Lorenz in 1884. 
Thanks in advance,
Dr. Zvi Hatkevitz
 

 

 


Re: Jewish gauchos Argentina #latinamerica

cesar465y@...
 

Hi,

Last year I looked for info about my family and discovered that the Jewish Colonization Asociation (JCA) had a very strong filing system of almost everythig: letters, telegraphs, draft notes, lists of emigrants from East Europe to South and North America, ships, detailed list of colonies and colonists, etc. It runs from 1870's till 1950's. If your mother's uncle contracted with the JCA by any kind of way, it is probably to find some hint about him. On the other side, if he did it "his way" and decided not to contact JCA, may be that there are no signs about him.

A copy of the archive is at The Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People in Jerusalem. Just very little of all the material has been scanned and a more little part is online.

My experiance with CEMLA is not good. The index system is very strict  and every new search asks to insert a captcha code. Most burial registers from AMIA are indexed in JG.

If you have any name you can contact me and I'd try to help you based in my experiance. Most probably that it will demand a personal search in the archives, but they are closed now because the COVID.

Cesar Yeudkin

Israel
Researching YEUDKIN/YUDKIN from Belarus
OSCHEVEROF/OSHEVEROV, KOHON, DUGATKIN from Ukraine


Trying to find link between GELLER and LANDAU families #galicia #names

S.geller@...
 

Good day, I’m trying to find records that can link the Landau family to my family, the Gellers. My dad was born (1912) in Podkamien/Zolochev in Galicia Ukraine, and he had cousins (Michael Leon, Frymet/Gitel, Feiwel, Joseph Solomon, and Rachmie) in Zolochev named Landau. Their parents were Berl/Berish/Benjamin and Ryfka/Rebeka/Ruth (nee Wander). Ruth was born in Pomoryany or Sasow/Sasiv in ˜1878 to Mechel Wander and Rachel Hecht. If you have any information linking the Wanders or Landaus to my fathers parents Solomon or Breine (nee Frischwasser, parents Abraham Chaim and Chane), that would be very much appreciated.
Thanks, Steven Geller
Montreal, QC, Canada


Re: Simplest & Best Way For Extended Family To View/Comment On Digital Photos? #general

Theo Rafael
 

Google photos> link to shared album > anyone can add comments.


Bernard/Levin South Africa Correction #southafrica

oodrual@...
 

Mentioned wrong surname for great-grandfather , should have been:
Samuel BERNARD born 1846/1847 married to Clara BERNARD nee LEVIN
of Robertson (S.A.)
Ron Peeters, Ulvenhout (NL)


Re: Re: Searching for Leah Noah Da Costa #unitedkingdom

martyn@...
 

Hi Christine,  I have looked at Noah da Costa marriages and Da Costa Noah marriages but could not find a Leah as a bride in any of them. I have found all five of her children, as you said, in the Birth Register of BM 1767-1881.  They are, Esther, 30 May 1800, Isaac, 20 July 1803, Abraham, 23 July 1805, Sarah, 21 March 1813 and Sampson, 10 March 1817.
I still wonder whether Leah may not have been Sephardi and she and Solomon may have been married in an Ashkenazi synagogue. I have looked quickly through the Great Synagogue and the New and Hambro synagogue records but cannot see a marriage for Leah there either.  So there is still the possibility of a Church marriage. It did happen and there is one in my family, of a couple who were certainly Jewish.  I have always thought that maybe the couple's parents forbade the marriage and that was a way they got around the family disapproval.
Sorry I cannot help more.


Looking for what happened to family Blumberg, Popower, Chmielnik in Rio de Janiero #poland #latinamerica

Helen Gardner
 

My half first cousin Bina Rakower (b 1855) married Benjamin Blumberg and had two children:

Sura Blumberg b 24 Apr 1876 in Warsaw m Mordka Popower.  She arrived in Rio on 22 Aug 1945

Abraham Blumberg b 16 Feb 1879 in Berlin m Sara Majerowitz. He arrived in Rio 5 Jul 1939.

 

Two of Sura and Mordka Popower’s children also made it to Rio.

Mauritz  b 2 May 1900 in Berlin m Margot Cohen  arrived in Rio 6 Mar 1939

Elza Popower b 29 May 1908 m Lajb Chmielnik. She arrived in Rio via La Paz on 4 Feb 1947 together with her daughter Margot Bina Chmielnik, b 23 May 1932 (her husband was already there).

 

So by 1947, Abraham Blumberg, his sister Sara Popower, two of Sarah’s children Mauritz Popower and Elza Chmielnik, and a grandchild Margot Chmielnik had all entered Rio.

 

After their immigration records I can find nothing about them except that in on 12 Jan 1951 Margot is listed as single, profession domesticas, residence Rua Newton Prado, 147.

 

Did they move to the US (to join Sara’s daughter Erna Lerner)? Did they move to some other part of Brazil or another South American country? Did they change their surnames? Where and when did they die? Margot could be still alive. If so, where is she? Can anyone help me find out what happened to them?

 


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Helen Gardner

ancestral names, all from Poland, mostly Warsaw

AJGENGOLD/EIGENGOLD, BERCHOJER, BLANK, BIALOGORA, BLUMBERG, CHMIELNICKI, FELD, FERNEBOK/FERNSBUN, EDELMAN, FRYDMAN, GELDTRUNK, GURIN, ISSAKOWICH, LAKS, LERMAN, MALIS, MENDER/MONDER, MLYNARZ/MILLER, PODGORER/PODGORSKI, POPOWER, RAUTARBER/ROTGERBERG, RASTENBERG, POSSIBLY PRESSEIZEN


KAMIL - Vyzhnytsa - (Wiznitz)

nigel wilson <wilsonettess@...>
 

Assisting a friend seeing the roots of his KAMIL family - Ephraim and Prive b. c. 1850 had according to family lore 9/10 children, Leizer , Moshe, Shlomo,Yitzhak, Leibish and Freida. are the only known names. Shlomo went to Palestine and have full family tree, Leibish murdered in the Shoah, Leizer, Moshe and Yitzhak were known to have gone to NY - found them and descendants although none knew they had relatives, Frieda unknown, found tombstones of Prive in Vyzhnytsa cemetery d 1932 and apparently a daughter Rahel 1906., the only records for the town are on Family Search however not for the relevant years I am seeking i.e. before 1918 - 

I know there were many KAMIL families settling in the USA  from the same area but upon finding death records none lead to parents being Ephraim/Froim - Prive., however perhaps your family may have descended from a sibling of Ephraim?

If you have Ephraim and/or Prive in your tree please contact me.

Thank you in anticipation.

Patricia Wilson (Israel)


Re: Suwalki-Lomza Landsmen Journal #poland

Terry Newman
 

Hi Stanley

I'm trying to discover if Marlene Silverman is still alive, and if it's possible to buy the last issues of Landsmen.  (I have most of them).
Best regards. Terry Newman, Sydney, Australia


Re: Jewish gauchos Argentina #latinamerica

Yoni Kupchik
 

JewishGen is currently working on a database of all the Jewish settlers in the colonies of the Baron Hirsch in Argentina. The first batch of data was sent to JewishGen for publication a long time ago, I hope it will be uploaded soon. In any case, I am leading this project and you can write me privately with any question.

Yoni Kupchik


Re: ViewMate translation request - Hebrew #translation

David Barrett
 

As the only survivor of the Holocaust , 80 members of the family perished in the synagogue whilst standing in prayer to the memory of their departed…………..
It is difficult for me to speak [ poetic- to open my mouth]
According to the words of the poet Chaim Nachman Bialik
For "Satan has not yet created a little boy seeking revenge for blood [ that has been] shed"
 


Re: Jewish gauchos Argentina #latinamerica

Rose Feldman
 

Yes, there is some material at the CAHJP Central Archives of the Jewish People now part of the National Library of Israel. They have the ledgers (I believe) of those who went to Argentina under the auspices of Baron Hirsch. I believe some of it is available on the computers in the catalogue room of the National Library. I know there is a facebook page, I suggest you also try there. 

Colonización Judía en Argentina. Historias de vida


Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
Winner of 2017 IAJGS Award for Volunteer of the Year  
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Rose Feldman
Israel Genealogy Research Association
Winner of 2017 IAJGS Award for Volunteer of the Year  
http://genealogy.org.il
http:/facebook.com/israelgenealogy


Viewmate Translation Request - Russian #poland #translation

Brian Gold
 

I've posted a birth, death and marriage vital record in Russian for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following addresses ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM80704
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM80709
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM80713

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.
Brian Gold


Missing records from Dunajow #austria-czech #poland #galicia

micahtd9@...
 

I'm researching the Schwartz family from Dunajow (also known as Dunajewer, now called Dunayiv in Ukraine). I can't find a single family record from Dunajow, and there are only a handful of Schwartz records from there in general. Were some names, births, deaths, etc. simply not recorded? or have there been issues with indexing and publishing records from certain towns?


Re: Need to have a Stenographic Shorthand Note Deciphered #translation

sharonrf18@...
 

I learned Gregg shorthand eons ago and this does look familiar. There are  shorthand Facebook groups. I just used the search term “shorthand” and groups came up. Hopefully they can help you.


vital record (birth) in hand written Old German Script needs translation #germany #translation

rich.meyersburg@...
 

I've posted a vital record (birth) in hand written Old German Script for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM80913
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very, very much.  I think it opens a brick wall.  I have another half dozen or so from the same register, many in the same handwriting.  I will post them once I get a response to this one.

Rich Meyersburg


Translation of the Memorial Book of Jaslo, Poland at reduced price #yizkorbooks #poland

Joel Alpert
 

Yizkor (Memorial) Book of the Jewish Community of Jaslo, Poland

Yizkor Books in Print is happy to make this book available at severely
reduced pricing by ordering through JewishGen

List price: $49.95, available from JewishGen for $34

For more information and directions for ordering go to:
https://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/ybip/YBIP_Jaslo.html
Go toward the bottom of the page below "Available at:" for the link to
start your order.

For information on the other 95 other Yizkor book we publish, go to:
https://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html

Joel Alpert, Coordinator of the Yizkor Books in Print Project


Re: Moravia census records 1857-1921 now available online #austria-czech

beer_tom@...
 

I also do not speak Czech but Google translate did a great job of converting the web page to English.

I checked the 217 pages of the 1857 census records for the Uhersky Ostrau Jewish community.
There are separate records for the Jewish and Christian communities.

I was looking for my great-grandfather who lived there.  I could not find him.  I could only find one Beer family in the records.
Thus unclear to me whether the records are incomplete, whether my great-grandfather lived in an even smaller community outside Uhersky Ostrau, or whether we have it completely wrong and he lived somewhere else but was born in Uhersky Ostrau.

Tom Beer
Melbourne, Australia


Re: Unable to find names on passenger lists #names

bfs2248@...
 

My maternal grandfather's name was Jacob, he went back to Romania so he is on 2 manifests from there to New York, on one from 1913 he is Janez, the other from 1907 he was Janen. Try using just the first initial of his first name and go directly to Ellis Island records. 

I could never find my paternal great grandparent's on any manifest to the East coast from England. Then I tried border crossings and found the whole family arriving in VT through Canada. 

Good luck!