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Viewmate translation request - Russian #ukraine

genealogykid20@...
 

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Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Viewmate translation request - Russian #ukraine

genealogykid20@...
 

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d=20=0D=0Atranslations.=20They=20are=20on=20ViewMate=20at=20the=20following=20ad=
dresses:=0D=0A=0D=0Ahttp://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3DVM3=
5247=0D=0Ahttp://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3DVM35248=0D=0A=
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3DVM35249=0D=0Ahttp://www=
.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3DVM35250=0D=0Ahttp://www.jewishgen=
.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=3DVM35251=0D=0A=0D=0AMy=20great-grandma=20was=
=20Sara=20Golomb=20and=20these=20are=20her=20relatives=20in=20these=20=0D=0Adocu=
ments.=20I=20am=20trying=20to=20find=20out=20if=20any=20of=20the=20people=20list=
ed=20are=20her=20=0D=0Asiblings.=20Please=20respond=20via=20the=20form=20provide=
d=20in=20the=20ViewMate=20=0D=0Aapplication.=0D=0A=0D=0AThank=20you,=0D=0AAaron=20=
Biterman=0D=0AWashington=20DC=0D=0A=0D=0A


Minutes of GerSIG meeting at IAJGS conference #germany

Barbara Algaze
 

I am so sorry that I was unable to attend the recent IAJGS conference in
Salt Lake City. Especially the GerSIG meeting as I like to keep abreast of
what is happening. Is there any way that someone could post a copy of the
minutes of our meeting so that the rest of us are informed of what was discussed?

With many thanks,

Barbara Algaze, Los Angeles, California Algaze3@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Minutes of GerSIG meeting at IAJGS conference #germany

Barbara Algaze
 

I am so sorry that I was unable to attend the recent IAJGS conference in
Salt Lake City. Especially the GerSIG meeting as I like to keep abreast of
what is happening. Is there any way that someone could post a copy of the
minutes of our meeting so that the rest of us are informed of what was discussed?

With many thanks,

Barbara Algaze, Los Angeles, California Algaze3@gmail.com


INTRO - researching PINO family from Neviges, Kreis Mettmann, Nordheim-Westfalen & Finow, Brandenburg, Prussia #germany

avpino@...
 

Hello GerSig,

I just joined the group a few weeks ago and have been reading extensively
on the site. I have been doing genealogy research for two years or so.
I consider myself to be a beginner in doing German Jewish Genealogy research.
My JGFF Researcher ID number is 644153.

I live in Fort Worth, Texas. My native language is English and I also
know about a year’s worth of both Spanish and German. I consider myself
intermediate in using a computer. My experience in using the Internet
is intermediate.

I have identified the name and birth and death dates of my fourth great
grandparents, Sander Samuel PINO, and Roosje DAVID. Sander SAMUEL registered
this surname PINO in 1812 in Tiel, Gelderland, Netherlands.
I know that they emigrated there >from Neviges, Kreis Mettmann, Nordheim-
Westfalen.
My primary research goals now are to find out where he came >from before
this, and to trace his ancestry. It is thought that he came to Neviges
from Finow, Brandenburg, Prussia.
I have entered the surname PINO and the towns of Neviges, Finow, and
even Pinnow in the JGFF with no results, which does not surprise me as
he did not register the name PINO until he was in the Netherlands.
Perhaps his father in Prussia did not register this surname, but some
other (or never registered one)?

It is believed that the family was Sephardic in origin, but became
Ashkenazi (DNA testing has placed us in such a haplogroup). PINO
in Spanish means pine. However, it has also been speculated that
the name came >from Finow, as apparently in Hebrew the ??f ?? and the
??p ?? are interchangeable, and the ??w ?? would be silent??

Also, I believe the ??w ?? would be silent in this case in the German
pronunciation?
Looking it up on the German Wikipedia this morning (following a suggestion
I saw here), what comes up is an article about the Finow river. I see
that there is also a Finowfurt, and a Finow canal. The closest place
that is bigger is Eberswalde. This is also quite close to Berlin.
Has anyone on here researched this area?

Where would be the best place to look for records?

What type of records should I look for? A distant cousin who
is in England is trying to research who the rabbis where at that time
in these various places, but we are finding it very difficult to learn
anything about the records rabbis may have kept. Any help anyone can
give would be much appreciated!

Aaron Pino avpino@swbell.net Fort Worth, Texas

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Standard USA English language are often garbled in this list system. If you
wish to write Hebrew letters, you must spell them out - aleph gimmel etc.


German SIG #Germany INTRO - researching PINO family from Neviges, Kreis Mettmann, Nordheim-Westfalen & Finow, Brandenburg, Prussia #germany

avpino@...
 

Hello GerSig,

I just joined the group a few weeks ago and have been reading extensively
on the site. I have been doing genealogy research for two years or so.
I consider myself to be a beginner in doing German Jewish Genealogy research.
My JGFF Researcher ID number is 644153.

I live in Fort Worth, Texas. My native language is English and I also
know about a year’s worth of both Spanish and German. I consider myself
intermediate in using a computer. My experience in using the Internet
is intermediate.

I have identified the name and birth and death dates of my fourth great
grandparents, Sander Samuel PINO, and Roosje DAVID. Sander SAMUEL registered
this surname PINO in 1812 in Tiel, Gelderland, Netherlands.
I know that they emigrated there >from Neviges, Kreis Mettmann, Nordheim-
Westfalen.
My primary research goals now are to find out where he came >from before
this, and to trace his ancestry. It is thought that he came to Neviges
from Finow, Brandenburg, Prussia.
I have entered the surname PINO and the towns of Neviges, Finow, and
even Pinnow in the JGFF with no results, which does not surprise me as
he did not register the name PINO until he was in the Netherlands.
Perhaps his father in Prussia did not register this surname, but some
other (or never registered one)?

It is believed that the family was Sephardic in origin, but became
Ashkenazi (DNA testing has placed us in such a haplogroup). PINO
in Spanish means pine. However, it has also been speculated that
the name came >from Finow, as apparently in Hebrew the ??f ?? and the
??p ?? are interchangeable, and the ??w ?? would be silent??

Also, I believe the ??w ?? would be silent in this case in the German
pronunciation?
Looking it up on the German Wikipedia this morning (following a suggestion
I saw here), what comes up is an article about the Finow river. I see
that there is also a Finowfurt, and a Finow canal. The closest place
that is bigger is Eberswalde. This is also quite close to Berlin.
Has anyone on here researched this area?

Where would be the best place to look for records?

What type of records should I look for? A distant cousin who
is in England is trying to research who the rabbis where at that time
in these various places, but we are finding it very difficult to learn
anything about the records rabbis may have kept. Any help anyone can
give would be much appreciated!

Aaron Pino avpino@swbell.net Fort Worth, Texas

Moderator Note: letters and puctuation marks & accents that aren't in the
Standard USA English language are often garbled in this list system. If you
wish to write Hebrew letters, you must spell them out - aleph gimmel etc.


Tu B'Av - Jewish Valentine's Day #general

Ann Rabinowitz
 

In case you do not know about Tu B'Av, the Jewish Valentine's Day, which occurs
today, you should take a look at my article about it and its genealogical
implications on the JewishGen Blog:

http://jewishgen.blogspot.com/2009/02/jewish-valentine-story-how-people-meet.html

Enjoy!
Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Tu B'Av - Jewish Valentine's Day #general

Ann Rabinowitz
 

In case you do not know about Tu B'Av, the Jewish Valentine's Day, which occurs
today, you should take a look at my article about it and its genealogical
implications on the JewishGen Blog:

http://jewishgen.blogspot.com/2009/02/jewish-valentine-story-how-people-meet.html

Enjoy!
Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


Registration in "Russia" #general

Sharon Korn <s.r.korn@...>
 

Records >from Russia in the nineteenth century indicate that various ancestors were
"registered" in places other than where they were living. Does registration refer
to the draft, or does it indicate their place of birth?

Sharon Korn
San Diego, CA

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Registration in "Russia" #general

Sharon Korn <s.r.korn@...>
 

Records >from Russia in the nineteenth century indicate that various ancestors were
"registered" in places other than where they were living. Does registration refer
to the draft, or does it indicate their place of birth?

Sharon Korn
San Diego, CA

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rather than just a century, and a place name less general than "Russia"


Seeking LEVIN, SHKOLNICK, and FRAIZMAN families of Kishinev/Chisinau (Bessarabia) and Tours (France) #general

Adam Goodheart
 

I'm inquiring on behalf of a friend, a Shoah survivor who is trying to reconnect
with her family. Her maternal relatives were the LEVIN family of Kishinev,
Bessarabia. All the family information she has is as follows:

My friend's grandparents were Hersh Levin (born Kishinev, Bessarabia, 14 January
1887; died Auschwitz July 1942) and Louise Levin (nee Sura or Sonia FRAIZMAN or
FRAIMAN, born Kishinev 20 July 1895; died Auschwitz November 1942). Hersh and
Louise Levin lived in the city of Tours, France before the war.

Hersh Levin's parents were Berko Levin (born c. 1850s; died Kishinev 7 November
1913) and Brana SHKOLNICK. Berko was the son of Vulf Levin; Brana was the daughter
of Mikhel Shkolnick. Berko and Brana Levin had at least five other children in
addition to Hersh: Yakov Levin (born Kishinev c. 1879; married Sura ROIZENBERG),
Izaak Levin (born Kishinev 1 Dec 1881), Ruvin Levin (born Kishinev 20 November
1883; married Khana-Sura VOLOVETZ), Khaym Aron Levin (born Kishinev c. 1885), and
Freyda Levin (born Kishinev c. 1891). My friend was told that one of the Levin
siblings "went to America" at an unknown date and that another "was sent to
Siberia."

Sura/Sonia Fraizman's father was probably either Abram-Chaim Fraizman
or Isaac Fraizman of Kishinev.

My friend was separated >from her parents at a very young age, and her grandparents
left her to be raised by a non-Jewish family in France just before being deported
to Auschwitz. She didn't discover her Jewish roots until many years later. She
would dearly love to find any relatives and especially hopes to track down
photographs of the grandparents whom she last saw as a little girl.

Any information or research leads would be most welcome.

Adam Goodheart
Washington, D.C.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking LEVIN, SHKOLNICK, and FRAIZMAN families of Kishinev/Chisinau (Bessarabia) and Tours (France) #general

Adam Goodheart
 

I'm inquiring on behalf of a friend, a Shoah survivor who is trying to reconnect
with her family. Her maternal relatives were the LEVIN family of Kishinev,
Bessarabia. All the family information she has is as follows:

My friend's grandparents were Hersh Levin (born Kishinev, Bessarabia, 14 January
1887; died Auschwitz July 1942) and Louise Levin (nee Sura or Sonia FRAIZMAN or
FRAIMAN, born Kishinev 20 July 1895; died Auschwitz November 1942). Hersh and
Louise Levin lived in the city of Tours, France before the war.

Hersh Levin's parents were Berko Levin (born c. 1850s; died Kishinev 7 November
1913) and Brana SHKOLNICK. Berko was the son of Vulf Levin; Brana was the daughter
of Mikhel Shkolnick. Berko and Brana Levin had at least five other children in
addition to Hersh: Yakov Levin (born Kishinev c. 1879; married Sura ROIZENBERG),
Izaak Levin (born Kishinev 1 Dec 1881), Ruvin Levin (born Kishinev 20 November
1883; married Khana-Sura VOLOVETZ), Khaym Aron Levin (born Kishinev c. 1885), and
Freyda Levin (born Kishinev c. 1891). My friend was told that one of the Levin
siblings "went to America" at an unknown date and that another "was sent to
Siberia."

Sura/Sonia Fraizman's father was probably either Abram-Chaim Fraizman
or Isaac Fraizman of Kishinev.

My friend was separated >from her parents at a very young age, and her grandparents
left her to be raised by a non-Jewish family in France just before being deported
to Auschwitz. She didn't discover her Jewish roots until many years later. She
would dearly love to find any relatives and especially hopes to track down
photographs of the grandparents whom she last saw as a little girl.

Any information or research leads would be most welcome.

Adam Goodheart
Washington, D.C.


Viewmate photograph identification #general

R Casson <ricky_casson@...>
 

I'm hoping someone can identify the villa on a photograph which can be found on
ViewMate at www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35190

On the back of the photograph is written ''Lia ROSENSTOCK villa in Tel Aviv
Palestina'''

I'd be would be great to know if the villa still exists.The photograph must be
pre-1948.The long driveway might provide a better clue to the building than the
building itself.

Richard Casson,Cheadle,Cheshire UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Viewmate photograph identification #general

R Casson <ricky_casson@...>
 

I'm hoping someone can identify the villa on a photograph which can be found on
ViewMate at www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35190

On the back of the photograph is written ''Lia ROSENSTOCK villa in Tel Aviv
Palestina'''

I'd be would be great to know if the villa still exists.The photograph must be
pre-1948.The long driveway might provide a better clue to the building than the
building itself.

Richard Casson,Cheadle,Cheshire UK


View Mate Translation Request - Russian Marriage/Pre-Nuptial/Birth Legitimization Record #general

Teven Laxer
 

I am seeking translation of what appears to be a rather unusual document which I
obtained at the Family History Center while I was in Salt Lake City for the IAJGS
Conference a few weeks ago. I received a very rough translation of the document,
which appears to be a record of the marriage between Szmul Luria Mariampolski, 24
years old, born in Lazdijai, son of Abram Uriasz (used to known as Mariampolski)
and Rochla Lewin, and of Dwora Ochron, 21 years old, born in Suwalki, daughter of
Eliasz Abramowicz (son of Abram) and Gela (daughter of Icek).

This document also appears to contain a pre-nuptial agreement, as well the
legitimization of two births that occurred prior to the marriage: Shayna, born
12/25 Apr 1876 and Uria, born 10/22 Sep 1877. The document is >from 1879 and is in
Russian using the Cyrillic alphabet. It is on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35231
I would appreciate a full translation, if at all possible. Please respond via the
form provided in the ViewMate application. Thank you in advance for any assistance
you can provide.
Regards,
Teven LAXER
Sacramento, CA
teven.laxer@sbcglobal.net
LAXER - Iasi, Romania GERSON - Iasi, Romania
KIRSCHNER - Biskupice Radlowski, Poland GLUCKMAN - Ukraine and Romania
HERTZ - Coesfeld, Germany HILDESHEIMER - Germany
GELLER - Kalush, Ukraine SCHEINDLINGER - Poland
KARSEBOOM - Netherlands, Germany, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen View Mate Translation Request - Russian Marriage/Pre-Nuptial/Birth Legitimization Record #general

Teven Laxer
 

I am seeking translation of what appears to be a rather unusual document which I
obtained at the Family History Center while I was in Salt Lake City for the IAJGS
Conference a few weeks ago. I received a very rough translation of the document,
which appears to be a record of the marriage between Szmul Luria Mariampolski, 24
years old, born in Lazdijai, son of Abram Uriasz (used to known as Mariampolski)
and Rochla Lewin, and of Dwora Ochron, 21 years old, born in Suwalki, daughter of
Eliasz Abramowicz (son of Abram) and Gela (daughter of Icek).

This document also appears to contain a pre-nuptial agreement, as well the
legitimization of two births that occurred prior to the marriage: Shayna, born
12/25 Apr 1876 and Uria, born 10/22 Sep 1877. The document is >from 1879 and is in
Russian using the Cyrillic alphabet. It is on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM35231
I would appreciate a full translation, if at all possible. Please respond via the
form provided in the ViewMate application. Thank you in advance for any assistance
you can provide.
Regards,
Teven LAXER
Sacramento, CA
teven.laxer@sbcglobal.net
LAXER - Iasi, Romania GERSON - Iasi, Romania
KIRSCHNER - Biskupice Radlowski, Poland GLUCKMAN - Ukraine and Romania
HERTZ - Coesfeld, Germany HILDESHEIMER - Germany
GELLER - Kalush, Ukraine SCHEINDLINGER - Poland
KARSEBOOM - Netherlands, Germany, Israel


Maramures Project #romania

Mike
 

Does anyone know if the "Maramures Project" is still viable?

I haven't received any data updates for over a year now.

Thanks,

Mike


Romania SIG #Romania Maramures Project #romania

Mike
 

Does anyone know if the "Maramures Project" is still viable?

I haven't received any data updates for over a year now.

Thanks,

Mike


Seeking WIEDER ancestors NELSON, HERZOG, MENDELSOHN #general

Peter Alexander
 

I am looking for descendants of Renate RICHWALD (REICHWALD) 1831-1915 who married
Joseph (John) WIEDER. Her immediate descendants were Charlotte WIEDER (1859- )
who married Jacob NELSON (1853 - ), Tillie WIEDER (1863-1947) who married Joseph
HERZOG (1860-1928), and Augusta WIEDER (1855-1938) who married Jacob MENDELSOHN
(1852-1942). All of the above were residents of the Brooklyn, NY area. My Great
Grandmother was a sister to Renate, who came >from Posen in the 1850’s.

Peter Alexander mt.man4@comcast.net
Denver, CO


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking WIEDER ancestors NELSON, HERZOG, MENDELSOHN #general

Peter Alexander
 

I am looking for descendants of Renate RICHWALD (REICHWALD) 1831-1915 who married
Joseph (John) WIEDER. Her immediate descendants were Charlotte WIEDER (1859- )
who married Jacob NELSON (1853 - ), Tillie WIEDER (1863-1947) who married Joseph
HERZOG (1860-1928), and Augusta WIEDER (1855-1938) who married Jacob MENDELSOHN
(1852-1942). All of the above were residents of the Brooklyn, NY area. My Great
Grandmother was a sister to Renate, who came >from Posen in the 1850’s.

Peter Alexander mt.man4@comcast.net
Denver, CO

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