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Request for help with Translations on Viewmate #poland

suewelsh <suewelsh@...>
 

I have just posted two items on Viewmate (numbers 39173 and 39174) that I am
hoping someone might be able to help me with. They deal with my great
grandparents, Moisha Avrum Aberbuch and his wife, Freda Ruchla Zylberberg.
The documents also mention either her father or son, Rachmiel. I am hoping
that somebody can translate these items >from what I believe is Russian. I
know very little about these ancestors and would really appreciate any help.

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=39173
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=39174

Thank you in advance.

Susan Granite Welsh
Murrieta, California

Tracing any variation in the spelling of
. ABERBUCH (Warsaw, Lublin, Buenos Aires),
. GRANITE (Ukraine, England, Mexico, Egypt, and USA),
. HABERMAN (Warsaw, Lublin, Buenos Aires),
. KROGLANSKY (Lithuania, England, Ireland and Brazil),
. MAST (Lublin and Buenos Aires),
. MEYERS (New York, Kentucky and somewhere in Europe)
. TAYLOR (England, Ireland and USA), ZINGER (Brazil and Israel)
. ZINGER/SINGER (in Brazil and Israel) and
. ZYLBERBERG (Warsaw and Lublin )

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the ViewMate form.


JRI Poland #Poland Request for help with Translations on Viewmate #poland

suewelsh <suewelsh@...>
 

I have just posted two items on Viewmate (numbers 39173 and 39174) that I am
hoping someone might be able to help me with. They deal with my great
grandparents, Moisha Avrum Aberbuch and his wife, Freda Ruchla Zylberberg.
The documents also mention either her father or son, Rachmiel. I am hoping
that somebody can translate these items >from what I believe is Russian. I
know very little about these ancestors and would really appreciate any help.

http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=39173
http://www.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=39174

Thank you in advance.

Susan Granite Welsh
Murrieta, California

Tracing any variation in the spelling of
. ABERBUCH (Warsaw, Lublin, Buenos Aires),
. GRANITE (Ukraine, England, Mexico, Egypt, and USA),
. HABERMAN (Warsaw, Lublin, Buenos Aires),
. KROGLANSKY (Lithuania, England, Ireland and Brazil),
. MAST (Lublin and Buenos Aires),
. MEYERS (New York, Kentucky and somewhere in Europe)
. TAYLOR (England, Ireland and USA), ZINGER (Brazil and Israel)
. ZINGER/SINGER (in Brazil and Israel) and
. ZYLBERBERG (Warsaw and Lublin )

MODERATOR'S NOTE: Please respond privately or on the ViewMate form.


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=39162

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=39162

Please respond via the ViewMate form.

Thank you,

David


personal help needed Tarnow, Sanok, others in that area #poland

dennis gries
 

Hello all

I am looking for local help for research or guiding in Tarnow and
thereabouts and Sanok and thereabouts, and points nearby and between.
I guess this is former Galicia.

This help might research before we arrive, or accompany us to the
respective Archivs.

I just found a bunch of items at the Sanok Archiv. This is new to
us.

We plan to be in Poland on our own for sightseeing and research the week
of 29 June.

If anybody needs a lookup or two, we can try to help.

So, as the moderator will state, please reply privately with helpers or
needs.

The Best

Dennis Gries


JRI Poland #Poland personal help needed Tarnow, Sanok, others in that area #poland

dennis gries
 

Hello all

I am looking for local help for research or guiding in Tarnow and
thereabouts and Sanok and thereabouts, and points nearby and between.
I guess this is former Galicia.

This help might research before we arrive, or accompany us to the
respective Archivs.

I just found a bunch of items at the Sanok Archiv. This is new to
us.

We plan to be in Poland on our own for sightseeing and research the week
of 29 June.

If anybody needs a lookup or two, we can try to help.

So, as the moderator will state, please reply privately with helpers or
needs.

The Best

Dennis Gries


Polish Jews in Uzbekistan #poland

Eli Brauner
 

Lately I took part in a dissuasion concerning data sources on Jews in
Tashkent - Uzbekistan. I told that I'm researching the Jews in Anders
Army and that I'm on my way to contact the central archive in Tashkent.

Well, before going to remote archives one should look at his neighborhood.
I have found (thanks to Deborah Long who researched her cousin events in
Tashkent) that USHMM and Yad Vashem has a huge collection of documents
on Polish persons evacuated to Uzbekistan.

The sources are: Central State Archives of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Statistical Bureau of the NKVD.
Commissioner of the Evacuation Committee of the Council of People's
Commissars of the Uzbek SSR.
Arkhiv Soveta Natsionalnoy Bezopastnosti Respubliki Uzbekistan.

Only part of it can be searched online: 150,000 names with links to
images of the card.

So if you are looking for data on relatives that were evacuated to the east
by the Soviets (approximately two million were evacuated) that is the place
to look for.
Look for " Evacuees in Uzbekistan: Resources >from the Central State Archives
of the Republic of Uzbekistan available in the USHMM Archives".

Eli Brauner
Israel

MODERATOR'S NOTE: The URL of the USHMM is www.ushmm.org


JRI Poland #Poland Polish Jews in Uzbekistan #poland

Eli Brauner
 

Lately I took part in a dissuasion concerning data sources on Jews in
Tashkent - Uzbekistan. I told that I'm researching the Jews in Anders
Army and that I'm on my way to contact the central archive in Tashkent.

Well, before going to remote archives one should look at his neighborhood.
I have found (thanks to Deborah Long who researched her cousin events in
Tashkent) that USHMM and Yad Vashem has a huge collection of documents
on Polish persons evacuated to Uzbekistan.

The sources are: Central State Archives of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Statistical Bureau of the NKVD.
Commissioner of the Evacuation Committee of the Council of People's
Commissars of the Uzbek SSR.
Arkhiv Soveta Natsionalnoy Bezopastnosti Respubliki Uzbekistan.

Only part of it can be searched online: 150,000 names with links to
images of the card.

So if you are looking for data on relatives that were evacuated to the east
by the Soviets (approximately two million were evacuated) that is the place
to look for.
Look for " Evacuees in Uzbekistan: Resources >from the Central State Archives
of the Republic of Uzbekistan available in the USHMM Archives".

Eli Brauner
Israel

MODERATOR'S NOTE: The URL of the USHMM is www.ushmm.org


Re: Winnie as a Jewish woman's name #general

Stephen Katz
 

In her recent post, Judith Singer asked about "Winnie" as a Jewish name. As noted
by Tom Klein in his post, Winnie is a diminutive of Winifred, a name that was
popular in the US in the early 1900s. My mother's middle name was Winifred. She was
born in the US, and was given "Vichna" as her corresponding second Jewish name. I
do not know the origin of "Vichna;" I have not encountered it elsewhere, and it
does not come up in the JewishGen Given Names Database. I suspect it might be
derived >from the surname of her maternal line: VITKIN. If anyone might have heard
of the name "Vichna" or has insights into its origin, I'd love to know.

Stephen KATZ
New York City
Researching: KATZ (Novograd-Volynsk, Ukraine and Boston, Mass.); TEPPER
(Novograd-Volynsk and Rovno (Rivne), Ukraine, and New York City); KAPLAN
(Stakliskes, Lithuania, and central Mass.); KABACHNIK (Butrymonis, Lithuania);
VITKIN (Kaunas, Lithuania, and Boston,Mass.); GREENBERG/BLOCH, Vilna, Lithuania,
and Boston, Mass.); BLUM, LEVINE (Boston, Mass.)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Winnie as a Jewish woman's name #general

Stephen Katz
 

In her recent post, Judith Singer asked about "Winnie" as a Jewish name. As noted
by Tom Klein in his post, Winnie is a diminutive of Winifred, a name that was
popular in the US in the early 1900s. My mother's middle name was Winifred. She was
born in the US, and was given "Vichna" as her corresponding second Jewish name. I
do not know the origin of "Vichna;" I have not encountered it elsewhere, and it
does not come up in the JewishGen Given Names Database. I suspect it might be
derived >from the surname of her maternal line: VITKIN. If anyone might have heard
of the name "Vichna" or has insights into its origin, I'd love to know.

Stephen KATZ
New York City
Researching: KATZ (Novograd-Volynsk, Ukraine and Boston, Mass.); TEPPER
(Novograd-Volynsk and Rovno (Rivne), Ukraine, and New York City); KAPLAN
(Stakliskes, Lithuania, and central Mass.); KABACHNIK (Butrymonis, Lithuania);
VITKIN (Kaunas, Lithuania, and Boston,Mass.); GREENBERG/BLOCH, Vilna, Lithuania,
and Boston, Mass.); BLUM, LEVINE (Boston, Mass.)


Leopold BAUERNFREUND and other Munich beer stein makers and dealers #germany

Bernhard Purin <bernhard_purin@...>
 

I am seeking information on Leopold BAUERNFREUND (b. Ellingen 06.03.1850,
d. Munich 1910), especially his exact death date, if he was married or
if he had children.

DOROT, vol. 13, no. 4 (summer 1992), p. 10 reported Manfred Anson
(1922 - 2012) had acquiered a 60-page-mansucript on the family history
of the BAUERNFREUNDs of Ellingen and offers xerocopies for those who are
interested in it. Does anyone have a a copy of the manscript or what
happened two the manuscript after Manfred Anson passed away?

I'm doing research on Jewish beer stein producers in Munich.

It seems the production and trade of the classical Munich beer stein
made of stoneware with a pewter lid and painted (often with the "Munich
child") between c. 1870 and the 1930s was a Jewish dominated business
started by young Jews who moved >from Suebia and Franconia to Munich.

Till know I was able to identify these beer stein producers and dealers:

AUFSEESSER, Hugo (b. Nuremberg 1872, d. Cambridge MA 1959)
BAUERNFREUND, Leopold (b. Ellingen 06.03.1850, d. Munich 1910)
BAUERNFREUND, Nathan (b. Ellingen 1853, d. Munich 1925)
MAYER, Josef M. (b. Steinach 1860, d. Munich 1924)
PAUSON, Martin (b. Redwitz 1861, d. Munich 1934)
REINEMANN, Jakob (b. Altenmuhr 1831, d. Munich 1881)
THANNHAUSER, Albert (b. Munich 1861, d. Munich 1916)
THANNHAUSER, Josef Salomon (b. Munich 1856, d. Munich 1917)

If anybody has information (in addition to those which can be find at
Geni, Leo Baeck, Rolf Hofmann's Familienlisten, Kitty Munson's website
and other online sources) especially photograpies an documents connected
with the business I'ld be glad to receive details.

I'ld also be interested in further information if anyone knows other beer
stein makers and dealers >from Munich then the listed ones.

Regards Bernhard PURIN, Munich, Germany bernhard_purin@web.de


German SIG #Germany Leopold BAUERNFREUND and other Munich beer stein makers and dealers #germany

Bernhard Purin <bernhard_purin@...>
 

I am seeking information on Leopold BAUERNFREUND (b. Ellingen 06.03.1850,
d. Munich 1910), especially his exact death date, if he was married or
if he had children.

DOROT, vol. 13, no. 4 (summer 1992), p. 10 reported Manfred Anson
(1922 - 2012) had acquiered a 60-page-mansucript on the family history
of the BAUERNFREUNDs of Ellingen and offers xerocopies for those who are
interested in it. Does anyone have a a copy of the manscript or what
happened two the manuscript after Manfred Anson passed away?

I'm doing research on Jewish beer stein producers in Munich.

It seems the production and trade of the classical Munich beer stein
made of stoneware with a pewter lid and painted (often with the "Munich
child") between c. 1870 and the 1930s was a Jewish dominated business
started by young Jews who moved >from Suebia and Franconia to Munich.

Till know I was able to identify these beer stein producers and dealers:

AUFSEESSER, Hugo (b. Nuremberg 1872, d. Cambridge MA 1959)
BAUERNFREUND, Leopold (b. Ellingen 06.03.1850, d. Munich 1910)
BAUERNFREUND, Nathan (b. Ellingen 1853, d. Munich 1925)
MAYER, Josef M. (b. Steinach 1860, d. Munich 1924)
PAUSON, Martin (b. Redwitz 1861, d. Munich 1934)
REINEMANN, Jakob (b. Altenmuhr 1831, d. Munich 1881)
THANNHAUSER, Albert (b. Munich 1861, d. Munich 1916)
THANNHAUSER, Josef Salomon (b. Munich 1856, d. Munich 1917)

If anybody has information (in addition to those which can be find at
Geni, Leo Baeck, Rolf Hofmann's Familienlisten, Kitty Munson's website
and other online sources) especially photograpies an documents connected
with the business I'ld be glad to receive details.

I'ld also be interested in further information if anyone knows other beer
stein makers and dealers >from Munich then the listed ones.

Regards Bernhard PURIN, Munich, Germany bernhard_purin@web.de


SCHPILKA and BERLIN (Balta, Ukraine) #ukraine

Syl Sylv <schpitt@...>
 

Hello,

I'm trying to gather informations about my ancestors who lived in
Balta (Ukraine) until ~1905.

My great great grandfather's name is Charles (or Chaim) SCHPILKA, he
could be born in 1866 in Balta, his wife's name is Clara (or Chava)
BERLIN.

from indirect and vague memories, Charles SCHPILKA managed a factory
of underwear (or hat?) with about 30 employees in Balta.

They left Balta with their family (5 children and probably other
parents) for Paris.


Any informations/hints/help would be appreciated.
Thank you in advance,
Sylvain Schpilka


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine SCHPILKA and BERLIN (Balta, Ukraine) #ukraine

Syl Sylv <schpitt@...>
 

Hello,

I'm trying to gather informations about my ancestors who lived in
Balta (Ukraine) until ~1905.

My great great grandfather's name is Charles (or Chaim) SCHPILKA, he
could be born in 1866 in Balta, his wife's name is Clara (or Chava)
BERLIN.

from indirect and vague memories, Charles SCHPILKA managed a factory
of underwear (or hat?) with about 30 employees in Balta.

They left Balta with their family (5 children and probably other
parents) for Paris.


Any informations/hints/help would be appreciated.
Thank you in advance,
Sylvain Schpilka


Re: Winnie as a Jewish woman's name #general

Sally Bruckheimer
 

"Has anyone else come across "Winnie" as a name for a Jewish woman, and if so, do
you know what name it might be derived from?"

Women often did not have a Hebrew name, but used one or more Yiddish and/or secular
names. My ggrandmother's mother had 20 kids and had 20 different names on their
birth records: Reis, Rosa, Regina, Rachel, Teresa... The daughter, my ggrandmother,
who I always found as Rachel in the US - when I found out her name - was Regina on
her marriage certificate.

Of course, I also had a great aunt Rachel, who was always Rachel (born in the US) -
until I looked at records >from California - in California she was Esther

Winnie was short for Winifred. Wilhelmina would have become Mina. However, she
may have been Winnie without Winifred. You may eventually find her under other
names, just to make genealogy more difficult.

Sally Bruckheimer


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Winnie as a Jewish woman's name #general

Sally Bruckheimer
 

"Has anyone else come across "Winnie" as a name for a Jewish woman, and if so, do
you know what name it might be derived from?"

Women often did not have a Hebrew name, but used one or more Yiddish and/or secular
names. My ggrandmother's mother had 20 kids and had 20 different names on their
birth records: Reis, Rosa, Regina, Rachel, Teresa... The daughter, my ggrandmother,
who I always found as Rachel in the US - when I found out her name - was Regina on
her marriage certificate.

Of course, I also had a great aunt Rachel, who was always Rachel (born in the US) -
until I looked at records >from California - in California she was Esther

Winnie was short for Winifred. Wilhelmina would have become Mina. However, she
may have been Winnie without Winifred. You may eventually find her under other
names, just to make genealogy more difficult.

Sally Bruckheimer


ZEV family #rabbinic

Solovy.Alice <solovy.alice@...>
 

Dear Friends, My Great-great-grandmother Rosalie ZEV Teweles was the
third wife of my Great-great-grandfather Reb El Joachim Teweles. He
was born in 1788 in Prague to a Rabbinic family. I would like to
find out if Rosalie Zev Teweles was >from Lithuania and/or if she was
from a Rabbinic family. Thank you for any help,
Sincerely,
Alice Marcus Solovy


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic ZEV family #rabbinic

Solovy.Alice <solovy.alice@...>
 

Dear Friends, My Great-great-grandmother Rosalie ZEV Teweles was the
third wife of my Great-great-grandfather Reb El Joachim Teweles. He
was born in 1788 in Prague to a Rabbinic family. I would like to
find out if Rosalie Zev Teweles was >from Lithuania and/or if she was
from a Rabbinic family. Thank you for any help,
Sincerely,
Alice Marcus Solovy


Re: Rabbi Duckez, Altona and "Famous" Viennese Rabbinical Family #rabbinic

A. MARMORSTEIN <mehadrin@...>
 

These two probably
http://www.hebrewbooks.org/29073
http://www.hebrewbooks.org/20215
which chronicle the lives and families of rabbis and scholars of Altona
Hamburg and Wandsbeck
Best wishes
Rabbi Avrohom Marmorstein
On Apr 19, 2015, at 11:26 AM, Alan Ehrlich alan.ehrlich@ehrlich-online.com <ravsig@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:

Forty years ago, while consulting various books or articles by Rabbi
Ducukez in the library, my father z"l made a note to himself:

"Great grandmother: born HERTZ >from Altona (Duckez)
According to Duckez she descends >from a famous rabbinical family
originating out of Vienna."
...
1. Which of Rabbi Duckez's books or articles might my father have been
referring to? Possibly it was in general about the persons living in Altona
during the early 19th century, or about Jews in the 1803 Altona census, etc.
Because Duckez - according to my father's note - also mentions there that
Betty Hertz's brother, Neuman Hertz, was "Royal Danish Shipper" and living
in Altona ( Koenigl. Daenischer Spediteur).
...


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: Rabbi Duckez, Altona and "Famous" Viennese Rabbinical Family #rabbinic

A. MARMORSTEIN <mehadrin@...>
 

These two probably
http://www.hebrewbooks.org/29073
http://www.hebrewbooks.org/20215
which chronicle the lives and families of rabbis and scholars of Altona
Hamburg and Wandsbeck
Best wishes
Rabbi Avrohom Marmorstein
On Apr 19, 2015, at 11:26 AM, Alan Ehrlich alan.ehrlich@ehrlich-online.com <ravsig@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:

Forty years ago, while consulting various books or articles by Rabbi
Ducukez in the library, my father z"l made a note to himself:

"Great grandmother: born HERTZ >from Altona (Duckez)
According to Duckez she descends >from a famous rabbinical family
originating out of Vienna."
...
1. Which of Rabbi Duckez's books or articles might my father have been
referring to? Possibly it was in general about the persons living in Altona
during the early 19th century, or about Jews in the 1803 Altona census, etc.
Because Duckez - according to my father's note - also mentions there that
Betty Hertz's brother, Neuman Hertz, was "Royal Danish Shipper" and living
in Altona ( Koenigl. Daenischer Spediteur).
...

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