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Re: Early immigration #austria-czech

vshovlin@...
 

Most early records show up on Ancestry but you can also check www.castlegarden.org a free site that lists immigrants entering the U.S. before 1892. During the 1860s it was the official entry point for immigrants in New York.

Virginia

Virginia Shovlin
vshovlin@sbcglobal.net


Subject: Early immigration
From: adrienne9919@yahoo.com
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2014 16:56:39 -0500
X-Message-Number: 4

Does anyone know if there are immigration records into the U.S. >from as early as the 1860's? Thank you.

Adrienne Lasky


Re: Mario Toselli again #austria-czech

Madeleine Isenberg
 

Thanks to Thomas Fischer Weiss,

For going to the trouble to try and translate the Italian pages. I
think we get the picture. One of the people who responded seem to
think that because he charged for his services, that would make him
ineligilble for recognition as a Righteous Gentile. I don't know the
rules, per se.

from what I could glean >from the imperfect translation, I would like
to think that he did it more than just for the money. Surely he had
to pay others to assist him, buy fuel, etc.

He was daring, risking his life and was imprisoned more than once; he
organized the process; he "streamlined" the process with better boats,
and people were saved. (Perhaps he had a few failures, like Thomas,
but even so, Thomas is still here to tell of it.)

If anyone has more to add, it would be fun to hear about it.

Thanks again,

Madeleine Isenberg,
Beverly Hills, CA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Early immigration #austria-czech

vshovlin@...
 

Most early records show up on Ancestry but you can also check www.castlegarden.org a free site that lists immigrants entering the U.S. before 1892. During the 1860s it was the official entry point for immigrants in New York.

Virginia

Virginia Shovlin
vshovlin@sbcglobal.net


Subject: Early immigration
From: adrienne9919@yahoo.com
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2014 16:56:39 -0500
X-Message-Number: 4

Does anyone know if there are immigration records into the U.S. >from as early as the 1860's? Thank you.

Adrienne Lasky


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Mario Toselli again #austria-czech

Madeleine Isenberg
 

Thanks to Thomas Fischer Weiss,

For going to the trouble to try and translate the Italian pages. I
think we get the picture. One of the people who responded seem to
think that because he charged for his services, that would make him
ineligilble for recognition as a Righteous Gentile. I don't know the
rules, per se.

from what I could glean >from the imperfect translation, I would like
to think that he did it more than just for the money. Surely he had
to pay others to assist him, buy fuel, etc.

He was daring, risking his life and was imprisoned more than once; he
organized the process; he "streamlined" the process with better boats,
and people were saved. (Perhaps he had a few failures, like Thomas,
but even so, Thomas is still here to tell of it.)

If anyone has more to add, it would be fun to hear about it.

Thanks again,

Madeleine Isenberg,
Beverly Hills, CA


JGSCT Program, Sunday, October 19, 2014, 1:30 pm, Middletown, CT #general

gkr
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut invites you to
"Holocaust Research - How to Document Victims and Locate Survivors of
the Holocaust" presented by Gary Mokotoff on Sunday, October 19, 2014
at the Godfrey Memorial Library, 134 Newfield Street, Middletown, at
1:30 pm.

Gary Mokotoff is an author, lecturer, and leader of Jewish genealogy.
He is the award-winning author of many genealogy books, his
application of technology to genealogical data, publisher of Avotaynu,
magazine of Jewish genealogy, and past president of the International
Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies.

The program is free and open to the public.

For more about Gary Mokotoff, please see website
http://www.avotaynu.com/gmokotoff.html .

For more information about the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Connecticut, see www.jgsct.org .

Gail Kalison Reynolds, Publicity Chair
Jewish Genealogical Society of CT


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGSCT Program, Sunday, October 19, 2014, 1:30 pm, Middletown, CT #general

gkr
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Connecticut invites you to
"Holocaust Research - How to Document Victims and Locate Survivors of
the Holocaust" presented by Gary Mokotoff on Sunday, October 19, 2014
at the Godfrey Memorial Library, 134 Newfield Street, Middletown, at
1:30 pm.

Gary Mokotoff is an author, lecturer, and leader of Jewish genealogy.
He is the award-winning author of many genealogy books, his
application of technology to genealogical data, publisher of Avotaynu,
magazine of Jewish genealogy, and past president of the International
Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies.

The program is free and open to the public.

For more about Gary Mokotoff, please see website
http://www.avotaynu.com/gmokotoff.html .

For more information about the Jewish Genealogical Society of
Connecticut, see www.jgsct.org .

Gail Kalison Reynolds, Publicity Chair
Jewish Genealogical Society of CT


Galician Talk at the Annual London Conference, Sunday, Oct. 26 #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

I will be speaking at at the 21st Annual London Conference put on by the
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain on Sunday 26 October 2014.
The full day program will take place at the Jewish Museum London in
Camden (Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert St, London NW1 7NB,
United Kingdom).

The speakers/topics are:

Dr. Sharman Kadish (Director, Jewish Heritage UK)
"Batei Olam: For eternity? The Care and Preservation of Jewish
Cemeteries and how Family Historians can help"

Martin Sugarman (Archivist, Jewish Military Museum)
"The March of the Judeans in 1918: when the spirit of Judah Maccabee
hung over Whitechapel"

Martin D. Lee
"The singer - John Braham - Enigma, Anecdote and Reality"

Myko Clelland (FindMyPast)
"'Vu iz dos gesele?' Using FindMyPast to trace those hard to find ancestors"

Anna Haward (Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives)
Jewish Sources for Family History at Tower Hamlets Local History Library
& Archives"

Pamela Weisberger
"Exploring the Archives: Unique & Unusual Resources in Galician &
Polish Research"

If you live in the U.K. or nearby, and would like to attend, know that
under a third of tickets are still available, so early booking is advised.

Program schedule and details are here on the GG site:
<http://www.geshergalicia.org/meetings/jewish-genealogical-society-great-britain-21st-annual-london-conference/>

The application form can be found here:

http://www.jgsgb.org.uk/

Even though only a small portion of the program deals with Galicia, all
the presentations sound quite interesting and I hope to see many of our
U.K. members there!

Pamela Weisberger
President, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@gmail.com
www.geshergalicia.org


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Galician Talk at the Annual London Conference, Sunday, Oct. 26 #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

I will be speaking at at the 21st Annual London Conference put on by the
Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain on Sunday 26 October 2014.
The full day program will take place at the Jewish Museum London in
Camden (Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert St, London NW1 7NB,
United Kingdom).

The speakers/topics are:

Dr. Sharman Kadish (Director, Jewish Heritage UK)
"Batei Olam: For eternity? The Care and Preservation of Jewish
Cemeteries and how Family Historians can help"

Martin Sugarman (Archivist, Jewish Military Museum)
"The March of the Judeans in 1918: when the spirit of Judah Maccabee
hung over Whitechapel"

Martin D. Lee
"The singer - John Braham - Enigma, Anecdote and Reality"

Myko Clelland (FindMyPast)
"'Vu iz dos gesele?' Using FindMyPast to trace those hard to find ancestors"

Anna Haward (Tower Hamlets Local History Library & Archives)
Jewish Sources for Family History at Tower Hamlets Local History Library
& Archives"

Pamela Weisberger
"Exploring the Archives: Unique & Unusual Resources in Galician &
Polish Research"

If you live in the U.K. or nearby, and would like to attend, know that
under a third of tickets are still available, so early booking is advised.

Program schedule and details are here on the GG site:
<http://www.geshergalicia.org/meetings/jewish-genealogical-society-great-britain-21st-annual-london-conference/>

The application form can be found here:

http://www.jgsgb.org.uk/

Even though only a small portion of the program deals with Galicia, all
the presentations sound quite interesting and I hope to see many of our
U.K. members there!

Pamela Weisberger
President, Gesher Galicia
pweisberger@gmail.com
www.geshergalicia.org


Iasi #romania

Helen Taylor <sykeht@...>
 

Hi All,
I am in Iasi at the moment .. So was amazed to see the topic currently
running! I have traveled >from Scotland to Romania by van .. Full of goods
for the poor people of Iasi and surrounding areas. A bonus to my trip was
passing through Botosani on the last leg of the 5 day journey. My Jewish
Great Grandfather, Jacob Zvi GOLD, left this area as a young man in the
mid 1800s to settle in Palestine. I know he was a soldier here in
Romania but know no more.

I'm excited to continue with my research but not sure where to start?

Any help appreciated,
Helen Taylor


Romania SIG #Romania Iasi #romania

Helen Taylor <sykeht@...>
 

Hi All,
I am in Iasi at the moment .. So was amazed to see the topic currently
running! I have traveled >from Scotland to Romania by van .. Full of goods
for the poor people of Iasi and surrounding areas. A bonus to my trip was
passing through Botosani on the last leg of the 5 day journey. My Jewish
Great Grandfather, Jacob Zvi GOLD, left this area as a young man in the
mid 1800s to settle in Palestine. I know he was a soldier here in
Romania but know no more.

I'm excited to continue with my research but not sure where to start?

Any help appreciated,
Helen Taylor


Re: Jewish surnames in Romania #romania

Sorin Goldenberg <soring0412@...>
 

Following the treaty of Berlin of 1878, the foreign protection of Jews
in Romania has ended.
Most Romanian Jews remained without protection.
Only real citizens of foreign countries could have enjoyed their
countries protection, however in no way it resembled the privileges
the Suditzi (the foreign subjects) have previously enjoyed.
It was already in 1824 that the Romanian authorities conducted a
detailed census of those foreign subjects. The census was able to
determine which of them were born in Romania and which were real
foreigners.
Adoption of a German sounding surname couldn't fool anyone or serve as
an evidence.

Sorin Goldenberg

Israel

--------------------------------------------


On Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 5:53 PM, Rafael Roger Manory
rafael.manory@gmail.com <rom-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:
I can add to this discussion >from stories of my mother. Her family
name was ALTERSON, and I am yet to find the family name of my great
grandfather. One thing I heard >from my mother though was that many
Jews selected German-sounding names in order to give the impression
that they were of Austrian origin. At the time Jews of Austrian origin
had Austrian citizenship, whereas in Romania citizenship was only
given to all Jews in 1923 after external pressure. So the Romanian
Jews were actually stateless until 1923, unless they managed to get
citizenship due to special circumstances.

Rafael


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Jewish surnames in Romania #romania

Sorin Goldenberg <soring0412@...>
 

Following the treaty of Berlin of 1878, the foreign protection of Jews
in Romania has ended.
Most Romanian Jews remained without protection.
Only real citizens of foreign countries could have enjoyed their
countries protection, however in no way it resembled the privileges
the Suditzi (the foreign subjects) have previously enjoyed.
It was already in 1824 that the Romanian authorities conducted a
detailed census of those foreign subjects. The census was able to
determine which of them were born in Romania and which were real
foreigners.
Adoption of a German sounding surname couldn't fool anyone or serve as
an evidence.

Sorin Goldenberg

Israel

--------------------------------------------


On Tue, Sep 30, 2014 at 5:53 PM, Rafael Roger Manory
rafael.manory@gmail.com <rom-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:
I can add to this discussion >from stories of my mother. Her family
name was ALTERSON, and I am yet to find the family name of my great
grandfather. One thing I heard >from my mother though was that many
Jews selected German-sounding names in order to give the impression
that they were of Austrian origin. At the time Jews of Austrian origin
had Austrian citizenship, whereas in Romania citizenship was only
given to all Jews in 1923 after external pressure. So the Romanian
Jews were actually stateless until 1923, unless they managed to get
citizenship due to special circumstances.

Rafael


Re: Iasi Jewish Ancestors on Facebook #romania

Sorin Goldenberg <soring0412@...>
 

We have also decided a few days ago to move our 5 years old
Botosani-Gen dealing with Botosani county genealogy to Facebook.
We are focused on the cities of Botosani and Dorohoi and the small
places like Bucecea Burdujeni Darabani Frumusica Mihaileni Stefanesti
Sulitza Radautz-Prut. Those interested in the city of Harlau, once in
the historical Botosani county, are also invited.

Regards,

Sorin


Romania SIG #Romania Re: Iasi Jewish Ancestors on Facebook #romania

Sorin Goldenberg <soring0412@...>
 

We have also decided a few days ago to move our 5 years old
Botosani-Gen dealing with Botosani county genealogy to Facebook.
We are focused on the cities of Botosani and Dorohoi and the small
places like Bucecea Burdujeni Darabani Frumusica Mihaileni Stefanesti
Sulitza Radautz-Prut. Those interested in the city of Harlau, once in
the historical Botosani county, are also invited.

Regards,

Sorin


Re: Iasi Jewish Ancestors on Facebook #romania

Steve Herberman
 

Here is a link to find it easier:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/359763327519621/?fref=3Dnf

If this does not work just search Iasi Jewish Ancestors on Facebook and
join!

thank you,
Steve Herberman



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steve.herberman@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Fellow Researchers,
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It is specifically meant for the discussion of our ancestors in Iasi =
and=20
surrounding areas such as Dranceni, Husi, Vaslui etc. I hope it =
becomes=20
an interesting forum in which members can share stories, photos,=20
genealogical findings and hopefully make some family connections. =
Simply=20
email me if you'd like to join the group.
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Chevy Chase MD USA
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Romania SIG #Romania Re: Iasi Jewish Ancestors on Facebook #romania

Steve Herberman
 

Here is a link to find it easier:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/359763327519621/?fref=3Dnf

If this does not work just search Iasi Jewish Ancestors on Facebook and
join!

thank you,
Steve Herberman



On Sep 30, 2014, at 12:55 PM, Steven I Herberman =
steve.herberman@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Fellow Researchers,
=20
I started a new Facebook group yesterday called Iasi Jewish Ancestors.=20=
It is specifically meant for the discussion of our ancestors in Iasi =
and=20
surrounding areas such as Dranceni, Husi, Vaslui etc. I hope it =
becomes=20
an interesting forum in which members can share stories, photos,=20
genealogical findings and hopefully make some family connections. =
Simply=20
email me if you'd like to join the group.
Steve Herberman
Chevy Chase MD USA
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Watch JewishGen=82s video =88 click here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DnASSn4rDXh4
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Thank you #general

Emilie Epstein <ekepstein@...>
 

Dear Fellow Members,

In the last several months I have posted two items requesting help.
One was for a translation of a memoir and the other to find a
descendent of family member. Many of you reached out with suggestions
and offers of help. I am overwhelmed with the generosity of complete
strangers. In both cases the results were terrific. A wonderful
woman >from across the country found the book of interest and would
send the translation chapter by chapter every few days. It was
incredible to read the history of my grandmother's brother and his
experiences before WW2 and that of his children who survived after the
war. Information on the individual for whom I was searching was also
sent to me and I was able to speak with her last week.

I had spent so many hours, days, and months attempting to find the
answers on my own. I kept coming up empty. Immediately after posting
my request on the website, I had answers. My *thank you* is >from my
heart.

Emilie Epstein


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Thank you #general

Emilie Epstein <ekepstein@...>
 

Dear Fellow Members,

In the last several months I have posted two items requesting help.
One was for a translation of a memoir and the other to find a
descendent of family member. Many of you reached out with suggestions
and offers of help. I am overwhelmed with the generosity of complete
strangers. In both cases the results were terrific. A wonderful
woman >from across the country found the book of interest and would
send the translation chapter by chapter every few days. It was
incredible to read the history of my grandmother's brother and his
experiences before WW2 and that of his children who survived after the
war. Information on the individual for whom I was searching was also
sent to me and I was able to speak with her last week.

I had spent so many hours, days, and months attempting to find the
answers on my own. I kept coming up empty. Immediately after posting
my request on the website, I had answers. My *thank you* is >from my
heart.

Emilie Epstein


(USA-TX) Congregation Beth Israel Digitizes Archives #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Houston (USA-TX) Congregation Beth Israel has digitized much of its
archives. Beth Israel is the oldest Jewish congregation in Texas established
in 1854. Jewish settlers came to this part of Texas in the early 1800's.
History of the congregation dating back to the 1800's may be found at:
http://www.beth-israel.org/about-us/our-history/

The digitized materials include the "Bris Book" of Rabbi Emmich, the first
spiritual leader of the congregation. It dates >from the mid-19th century
and is in multiple languages: German, Hebrew and English. It chronicles the
circumcisions performed by Rabbi Emmich. The other documents are the
"Basic Principles" -in two parts->from the 1861-1920's-which includes birth,
marriage and death records and more current information including over 500
pages of letters, clippings etc. involving the Temple. Both are on line and
accessible to the public for free. To access the records go to:
http://www.beth-israel.org/Learning-Programs/Library_ArchiveFiles

You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to
read the files. You may install it for free by going to:
http://get.adobe.com/reader/

Thank you to Dick Eastman and the Eastman Online Genealogy Newsletter for
alerting us to this interesting historical aspect of Texas Jewish history.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (USA-TX) Congregation Beth Israel Digitizes Archives #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Houston (USA-TX) Congregation Beth Israel has digitized much of its
archives. Beth Israel is the oldest Jewish congregation in Texas established
in 1854. Jewish settlers came to this part of Texas in the early 1800's.
History of the congregation dating back to the 1800's may be found at:
http://www.beth-israel.org/about-us/our-history/

The digitized materials include the "Bris Book" of Rabbi Emmich, the first
spiritual leader of the congregation. It dates >from the mid-19th century
and is in multiple languages: German, Hebrew and English. It chronicles the
circumcisions performed by Rabbi Emmich. The other documents are the
"Basic Principles" -in two parts->from the 1861-1920's-which includes birth,
marriage and death records and more current information including over 500
pages of letters, clippings etc. involving the Temple. Both are on line and
accessible to the public for free. To access the records go to:
http://www.beth-israel.org/Learning-Programs/Library_ArchiveFiles

You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to
read the files. You may install it for free by going to:
http://get.adobe.com/reader/

Thank you to Dick Eastman and the Eastman Online Genealogy Newsletter for
alerting us to this interesting historical aspect of Texas Jewish history.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

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