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Re: another search for Karin #usa

ealevy77@...
 

If you are seeking help from others, it would be helpful if we had ages or years.
There are several Stephen Mintzs on FB for example. Is the son grown up already?
Have you tried contacting the Kibbutz?
Do you have the husband's name?
Detectives need all the clues you can provide.


Re: Last residence of Riga in 1920 before immigrating to US, says the passenger manifest #usa #latvia #lithuania

barbara Schoenburg
 

My family also went from Kiev to Riga for in 1925. They applied to go to US two months later but ended up going to Canada 2 years later. Have various passports and immigration papers. 


Jewish gauchos Argentina #latinamerica

Michael Sharp
 

A uncle of my mother was a gaucho in Argentina but moved to Manchester UK to find a wife. We don't know where in eastern Europe he came from but assume he lived in one of the Hirsch  colonies in Argentina. Does anyone know of any searchable databases containing vital records, census or immigration data for the colonies?


Re: The Genetic Genealogist Detective Series Change of Premiere Date to June 2 #dna #usa #events

Linda Kelley
 

Comcast here in Portland, OR says The Genetic Detective will air on ABC, starting May 26 at 10 p.m. Pacific time. 
Linda Wolfe Kelley
Portland, OR, USA


Research in Szklary, Tyczyn, Rzeszow area #galicia #poland

Ilana Grallert
 

Looking for someone who has done genealogical research in Szklary, Tyczyn, Rzeszow. I am kind of stuck with my research into DAWID KRANZ who married  ROBERTA  HORNSTEIN (1833-1908). They had two sons MOSES (1867-1891) and SALEM (1868-1936). Dawid's father is possibly a SHULEM KRANZ (1782-1852).  Any tips or pointers would be appreciated.
Thanks.
Ilana Grallert
New Hampshire


Re: Last residence of Riga in 1920 before immigrating to US, says the passenger manifest #usa #latvia #lithuania

averybuie1@...
 

My family also went to Riga before immigration (it's only listed as a last residence on one naturalization document out of six), and I've heard this was so they could have a medical examination. This was in 1923, and I tried finding my original source for this, but since I couldn't I suspect I heard it directly from a family member. This might be a reason why it's listed for your family.

Hope this helps!
Avery


Re: Forgot to sign my name to new topic #lithuania #ukraine

jbonline1111@...
 

Was your post published?  If so, I guess you are okay. If not, repost the topic with your signature.  It's easier to add your name in the settings.
--
Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC


Looking for info re Carmen Kinderfreund of Berlin #names #germany

MElissa GOuld
 

Hello!  I am looking for any information about Carmen Kinderfreund, born 13 November 1923 in Berlin. She was married briefly in the early 1940s to my father Jakob Joachim Goldstein in Cuba.  She then moved to Forest Hills, New York.


Re: Seeking Occupation Lists to learn more about 2 G grandfather Notan Pesach JACOBSON #lithuania #latvia

Judith Diamond
 

Can you narrow down the place more in Kovo gubernia?


Re: immigration to Cuba #general #latinamerica

Alan Mandl
 

Companie Generale Transatlantique (CGT) was traveling to Cuba from France in 1938-early 1939. My father traveled from Bordeaux on the De La Salle in March 1939. Le Havre was another point of departure to Cuba. Among passengers during this era were escapees from Spain.

I was unable to locate a manifest through inquiries to CGT. I don’t know whether Cuban records exist or if they are accessible. The University of Miami has a number of Cuban materials and might a source of information. If you find a source of access to manifests, please let me know.

Alan Mandl


Re: Unable to find names on passenger lists #names

rjlichstrahl@...
 

I struggled as well to find my father on the Ellis Island passenger list as well.
Just recently, i found his application for naturalization, which listed the ship and its date of arrival.

The game changer was that it stated he arrived under a different last name.

With this information a returned to the passenger list records and behold there he was with his mother,  half sister and brother all under this other name. 
The new mystery was where did this name come from, it did not fit any name that I am aware

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Seeking Occupation Lists to learn more about 2 G grandfather Notan Pesach JACOBSON #lithuania #latvia

Carol Zinter
 

Hello,
Where on this site would I find an occupation listing for the Kovno region between 1830-1890.  My great great grandfather, Notan Pesach JACOBSON (wife Etyla), operated a Kretchma during that interval.  JACOBSON is likely not the original surname and despite creative searching for the past 8 years, no one in the family has been able to locate a single record for him.  Thank you for directing me to the right place.

Carol  <carolzinter@...>

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Government term “Permanent Resident”

rebasolomon
 

Reply to sender: <theshviger@...>

On a JRI-Poland birth record, when the “Permanent Resident” column has a town name filled it, WHO does it pertain to?
a) only the birth child
b) the father and birth child
c) the father and mother and child
d) all the siblings and both parents
e) only the males
f) something else

Thank you,  Reba Harris Solomon


Re: immigration to Cuba #general #latinamerica

Sandy Crystall
 

[Researchers seeking passengers to or from Cuba -]

In my searches for relatives, I have found and saved manifests to (and from) Cuba for the period of 1915 - 1958 (including some cruise manifests).
 Some are outbound manifests from the UK.

Most are likely from paid subscriptions to genealogy services, but perhaps not all.

Sandy Crystall, New Hampshire     https://iijg.org/maps-of-jewish-communities/    https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/belozerka/


RUBIN and ROSENBLUM from Munkacz #hungary

Moishe Miller
 

]Moderator Note: "Reply to sender" moishe.miller@... about these two specific people being sought by one member.

Dear Group, 

I hope you are all doing well, safe from COVID.

Would anyone have Kalman RUBIN (married in Munkacz,1859 to Yettie) or Abraham Israel ROSENBLUM (from Rymaov, married in Munkacz, 1874, second marriage. to widow Brajne/Brane) in their tree?

Moishe Miller,  Brooklyn, NY  moishe.miller@...


New educational webinars from Gesher Galicia #galicia #events

Steven Turner
 

As part of our educational program series, we are pleased to announce the posting of two programs by Dr. Andrew Zalewski, vice president of Gesher Galicia. The new webinars, prepared in collaboration with Jay Osborn, our digital map manager, bring the following topics to your desktop:

Historical Maps of Galicia (I): Borders Explained

Galician borders in flux are illustrated by cartographic masterpieces. Maps in English, German, Italian, Polish, and Russian provide the backdrop to a commentary on historical and political changes, spanning from the 18th through the 20th centuries. This program examines the borders of Galicia during peacetime and wartime, from the tumultuous Napoleonic period through the two world wars, making it easier to follow perplexing territorial shifts.

Historical Maps of Galicia (II): Cities, Towns, and Neighborhoods

Discover how historical maps illustrate the Jewish presence in the main cities of Galicia. Old maps bring into focus separate and shared spaces in the multiethnic urban environment of the 19th century. As you take a virtual stroll through smaller Galician towns, you will find out how cadastral maps can shed light on neighborhoods and communal life. From unfinished sketches to detailed final drawings, cadastral maps are made easier to understand, with additional resources shared at the end of the program.

To access videos, please make sure you are logged into your Gesher Galicia account before clicking the link below.

https://www.geshergalicia.org/members/video-presentations/

You must be a member of Gesher Galicia to be able to access the webinars and other resources in the Members Portal. Please click on the link below to join or renew your membership and to view these presentations.

https://www.geshergalicia.org/membership/

In you are unable to access the Members Portal, send your inquiries to: membership@...

Dr. Steven S. Turner
President, Gesher Galicia


Re: I don't understand how this site is functionning #general

@JohnOliver
 

Register if you are not registered.
Sign in.
Find the topic of interest.  Select it.
at the bottom there is a green reply button. 
Respond there if you wish to respond.
The top half of the page has new queries. The lower section records the replies.  




Re: family of Claude Pasquier

Danielle Czal
 

Hi Corine
Thanks o lot for these informations
Are you relative with Family Parchewski- Pasquier.
I have seen on Ancestry that they change their name to Pasquier when they have been naturalized in USA.
I would like to be connect with their family now. They are all died (Paul in 1969, Claude in 1976 and Mary in 1983).
But i dont know if Claude had children.
The mother of Mary was a Kronental and i find photos at home with letters on back : mary writes "dear cousin" to my grand mother till 1950. After nothing.
I find her because a have a photo of their wedding 28/03/1925.
Is the brother of Paul went to USA before him?
Friendly Danielle Czalczynski


Werner and Eisenhandler families. #poland #ukraine

Mjacobsfr@...
 

i have been trying for some time to find info on the Werner and Eisenhandler families, in particular Siegfried Sacher Werner, born in Ulanov, and Berta Bluma Eisenhandler, born in Nowe Miasto. Berta's parents, Tobias Eisenhandler and Lea Werner had five children. They were divorced in Vienna around 1920 and Lea and all the children reverted to her maiden name of Werner (although I am not sure how official this was). I would be grateful for any help you can provide.


Re: Seek info about 17th century mixed marriages--Rhineland & Switzerland? #germany #france

Corinna Woehrl
 

Hello Shirley and Roger,

I would like to support Roger's opinion:
Having done extensive research yet mostly in Northern Germany, I haven't come across one interreligious marriage before about 1880. There have been conversions to mostly Lutheran or seldom Catholic faith before: - in Breslau/Wroclaw I saw quite a few civil marriages in that time where the names of bride and groom and family members gave hints for a possible conversion.

The tolerance of Mennonites towards Jewish faith may resolve them also being in the focus of prosecution. Where Jews were allowed to settle, the authorities may have been tolerant enough to have other religious minorities staying there, too (example Friedrichstadt in Nordfriesland). But this is just my guess.

I have just checked an interesting German database on the distribution of names in Germany. I entered Wilbers which isn't really common and doesn't at all sound Jewish to me.

https://nvk.genealogy.net/map/1890:wilbers

And here's the link to a database of Jewish families in Krefeld - no Wilbers, also no W. in the Memor-book.

<https://www.krefeld.de/c1257cbd001f275f/files/historische_datenbank_juedische_krefelder_findbuch.pdf/$file/historische_datenbank_juedische_krefelder_findbuch.pdf?openelement>

The only way to solve the question is by doing further research going back step by step, keeping the question in mind.
Good luck and kind regards from Germany

Corinna, near Hamburg, Germany