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Immigration Query #ukraine

Fern Blood <feblood@...>
 

I recently received a 'Certificate of Arrival - For Naturalization Purposes'
from the National Archives for a relative, which stated that she entered the
US >from Canada through St. Albans, VT in 1909. The Certificate states:
"While no actual record of entry at a border port exists, this Service [INS]
is satisfied >from the evidence furnished that said certificate was used by
the applicant to gain entry at the time, place, and manner stated below:
Name: G. Kopelusch, Port of Entry: St. Albans, VT, Date: Sept. 21, 1909,
Manner of arrival: Central Vermont Ry." The Petition for Naturalization
lists St. John, Newfoundland as where she emigrated >from (after leaving
Piater, Russia).

Can anyone suggest how this person might have come into Canada and then into
the US at that time without a record of entry? Would the INS have kept
evidence presented? Any suggestions as to further avenues of research (e.g.
ship manifest, evidence submitted) will be greatly appreciated. Please
respond privately.

Fern Greenberg Blood
Waterbury, Vermont
feblood@comcast.net
GRINBERG, POSTILNIK, SHPENDELYUK, ROSEN/ROSETSKY >from Pyatigory / Zhashkov
Ukraine


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Immigration Query #ukraine

Fern Blood <feblood@...>
 

I recently received a 'Certificate of Arrival - For Naturalization Purposes'
from the National Archives for a relative, which stated that she entered the
US >from Canada through St. Albans, VT in 1909. The Certificate states:
"While no actual record of entry at a border port exists, this Service [INS]
is satisfied >from the evidence furnished that said certificate was used by
the applicant to gain entry at the time, place, and manner stated below:
Name: G. Kopelusch, Port of Entry: St. Albans, VT, Date: Sept. 21, 1909,
Manner of arrival: Central Vermont Ry." The Petition for Naturalization
lists St. John, Newfoundland as where she emigrated >from (after leaving
Piater, Russia).

Can anyone suggest how this person might have come into Canada and then into
the US at that time without a record of entry? Would the INS have kept
evidence presented? Any suggestions as to further avenues of research (e.g.
ship manifest, evidence submitted) will be greatly appreciated. Please
respond privately.

Fern Greenberg Blood
Waterbury, Vermont
feblood@comcast.net
GRINBERG, POSTILNIK, SHPENDELYUK, ROSEN/ROSETSKY >from Pyatigory / Zhashkov
Ukraine


ViewMate translation request # 30393 - German #germany

Lin <lin2@...>
 

I've posted a marriage document of my great grandparents Abraham
Buehler and Bertha Adler in German, for which would appreciate a
complete direct translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM30393

I so look forward to reading this translation, as do other family
members. This document is mainly handwritten and is >from 1889.
Much additional information is on the viewmate form.
Thank you so very much. I so appreciate your help.

Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen and
GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

All the best, Lin Herz Palm Bay, Florida


German SIG #Germany ViewMate translation request # 30393 - German #germany

Lin <lin2@...>
 

I've posted a marriage document of my great grandparents Abraham
Buehler and Bertha Adler in German, for which would appreciate a
complete direct translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM30393

I so look forward to reading this translation, as do other family
members. This document is mainly handwritten and is >from 1889.
Much additional information is on the viewmate form.
Thank you so very much. I so appreciate your help.

Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen and
GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

All the best, Lin Herz Palm Bay, Florida


Issue 116 of Genealo-J #germany

Georges Graner
 

The issue 116, Winter 2013 of Genealo-J, Journal of the Jewish
Genealogical Society of France, has just been published.

In this issue, I was very excited to discover a paper by Pierre-Andre
Meyer, the well-known specialist of the Jews of Metz (Lorraine). The
title is "My ancestor cured Louis XV. An inquiry about a family legend".
It is well known that the King Louis XV went to Metz in 1744, that he
became very ill, so that he received extreme unction on August 15. But
the next day his health improved and within a few days, he was out of
danger. The legend transmitted in many Jewish families (including my own
family-in-law) is that this miraculous recovery was due to their
ancestor, a well-known medical doctor. Meyer first finds three Jewish
physicians who were active in Metz at that time: Jacob Wallich, Lambert
Lazare Lambert and Isac Cerf Oulman. The legend favors the last one,
although other candidates are also mentioned. Then he analyzes all
bibliographical sources, either contemporary or more recent ones, on
this subject. He mentions that the King was accompanied by three
physicians and that four local Christian M.D. were also called for
consultation. It would not have been impossible to also call a renowned
Jewish physician for consultation but there is not a single proof for
it: it is not mentioned neither in local Christian sources of the time,
nor in the registries of the Jewish community, nor in the detailed
obituary of Isace Cerf Oulman. Conclusion: it is only a beautiful legend.

Marianne Le Morvan describes the origin and the life of Berthe Weill
(1865-1951), the first woman opening an art gallery in Paris, who is not
as renowned as her masculine colleagues. Her paternal family came >from
Kirchen (Bade, Germany) to Paris through Gerstheim (Alsace, Bas-Rhin)
whereas her maternal family, originally >from Landau, spent some years in
Haut-Rhin. After a few formation years with an antiquarian, she opened
in 1896 a shop where she sold ancient books and objects. Soon after, she
bought three paintings >from Picasso, the first ones ever sold by him.
She was bold enough to bet on talented beginners such as Bonnard,
Braque, Derain, Dufy, Van Dongen, Friesz, Gromaire, Laurencin, Leger,
Lautrec, Maillol, Marquet, Matisse, Modigliani, Odilon Redon, Utrillo,
Valadon, Vlaminck, Zadkine, foreigners like Van Dongen and Diego Ribera
and many others. She did not make a fortune because she was more
interested in helping artists than in making money. After WW2, which she
spent hidden in a cellar, she was really poor. Therefore in 1946, many
of the artists she had protected gave paintings for an auction, which
allowed Berthe Weill to finish her life in a decent way.

More details about articles in the new Issue 116 on request to:

Georges Graner (Paris-France) georges.graner@wanadoo.fr


German SIG #Germany Issue 116 of Genealo-J #germany

Georges Graner
 

The issue 116, Winter 2013 of Genealo-J, Journal of the Jewish
Genealogical Society of France, has just been published.

In this issue, I was very excited to discover a paper by Pierre-Andre
Meyer, the well-known specialist of the Jews of Metz (Lorraine). The
title is "My ancestor cured Louis XV. An inquiry about a family legend".
It is well known that the King Louis XV went to Metz in 1744, that he
became very ill, so that he received extreme unction on August 15. But
the next day his health improved and within a few days, he was out of
danger. The legend transmitted in many Jewish families (including my own
family-in-law) is that this miraculous recovery was due to their
ancestor, a well-known medical doctor. Meyer first finds three Jewish
physicians who were active in Metz at that time: Jacob Wallich, Lambert
Lazare Lambert and Isac Cerf Oulman. The legend favors the last one,
although other candidates are also mentioned. Then he analyzes all
bibliographical sources, either contemporary or more recent ones, on
this subject. He mentions that the King was accompanied by three
physicians and that four local Christian M.D. were also called for
consultation. It would not have been impossible to also call a renowned
Jewish physician for consultation but there is not a single proof for
it: it is not mentioned neither in local Christian sources of the time,
nor in the registries of the Jewish community, nor in the detailed
obituary of Isace Cerf Oulman. Conclusion: it is only a beautiful legend.

Marianne Le Morvan describes the origin and the life of Berthe Weill
(1865-1951), the first woman opening an art gallery in Paris, who is not
as renowned as her masculine colleagues. Her paternal family came >from
Kirchen (Bade, Germany) to Paris through Gerstheim (Alsace, Bas-Rhin)
whereas her maternal family, originally >from Landau, spent some years in
Haut-Rhin. After a few formation years with an antiquarian, she opened
in 1896 a shop where she sold ancient books and objects. Soon after, she
bought three paintings >from Picasso, the first ones ever sold by him.
She was bold enough to bet on talented beginners such as Bonnard,
Braque, Derain, Dufy, Van Dongen, Friesz, Gromaire, Laurencin, Leger,
Lautrec, Maillol, Marquet, Matisse, Modigliani, Odilon Redon, Utrillo,
Valadon, Vlaminck, Zadkine, foreigners like Van Dongen and Diego Ribera
and many others. She did not make a fortune because she was more
interested in helping artists than in making money. After WW2, which she
spent hidden in a cellar, she was really poor. Therefore in 1946, many
of the artists she had protected gave paintings for an auction, which
allowed Berthe Weill to finish her life in a decent way.

More details about articles in the new Issue 116 on request to:

Georges Graner (Paris-France) georges.graner@wanadoo.fr


ViewMate translation request # 30394 Hebrew #germany

Lin <lin2@...>
 

Hi GerSIGers,
I've posted photo of the headstone of my great-great grandparents,
Jakob BUEHLER and Jette ROSENBERGER BUEHLER, which is in Hebrew.
He was born in Pflaumloch, she was born in Oberdorf, but they lived in Kleinerderlingen.
They were buried at the Wallerstein Cemetery. I would appreciate a complete
direct translation. I would like to know everything that is on their headstones.

Details of information you may need to know is given on ViewMate
at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM30394
Thank you very much for your time and help. I so appreciate it.

Sincerely and with best wishes, Lin Herz, Palm Bay, Florida

Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen and
GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


German SIG #Germany ViewMate translation request # 30394 Hebrew #germany

Lin <lin2@...>
 

Hi GerSIGers,
I've posted photo of the headstone of my great-great grandparents,
Jakob BUEHLER and Jette ROSENBERGER BUEHLER, which is in Hebrew.
He was born in Pflaumloch, she was born in Oberdorf, but they lived in Kleinerderlingen.
They were buried at the Wallerstein Cemetery. I would appreciate a complete
direct translation. I would like to know everything that is on their headstones.

Details of information you may need to know is given on ViewMate
at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM30394
Thank you very much for your time and help. I so appreciate it.

Sincerely and with best wishes, Lin Herz, Palm Bay, Florida

Please thank those who help you and support ViewMate, JewishGen and
GerSIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/honors.asp
http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/Honors/
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


OCJGS Meeting: NYC Censuses 12/22 #general

Joel Weintraub
 

The Orange County Jewish Genealogical Society (CA) invites you to a talk by
Joel Weintraub on "Searching the NYC Censuses" that will be held at Temple
Bat Yahm, 1011 Camelback St, Newport Beach, CA on December 22, 2013. The
meeting will start at 1:30 pm. The talk will discuss the city, state, and
federal censuses of the City of New York, including a look at the confusing
question of "What is New York City?". Be prepared to take a ride on the
subways of NY during the talk. Joel (if I say so myself) has been providing
locational tools for the NY and federal censuses for over a decade, with a
partnership with Steve Morse. Joel's hobbies include producing interesting
Powerpoint presentations and showing his audiences census memorabilia that
he has collected. More information can be found at ocjgs.org. All are
welcome at the talk.

Joel Weintraub
Dana Point, CA
census1950@cox.net
https://sites.google.com/site/census1950/


Issue 116 of Genealo-J #general

Georges Graner
 

The issue 116, Winter 2013 of Genealo-J, Journal of the Jewish
Genealogical Society of France, has just been published
In this issue, I was very excited to discover a paper by Pierre-Andre
Meyer, the well-known specialist of the Jews of Metz (Lorraine). The
title is "My ancestor cured Louis XV. An inquiry about a family legend".
It is well known that the King Louis XV went to Metz in 1744, that he
became very ill, so that he received extreme unction on August 15. But
the next day his health improved and within a few days, he was out of
danger. The legend transmitted in many Jewish families (including my own
family-in-law) is that this miraculous recovery was due to their
ancestor, a well-known medical doctor. Meyer first finds three Jewish
physicians who were active in Metz at that time: Jacob Wallich, Lambert
Lazare Lambert and Isaÿe Cerf Oulman. The legend favors the last one,
although other candidates are also mentioned. Then he analyzes all
bibliographical sources, either contemporary or more recent ones, on
this subject. He mentions that the King was accompanied by three
physicians and that four local Christian M.D. were also called for
consultation. It would not have been impossible to also call a renowned
Jewish physician for consultation but there is not a single proof for
it: it is not mentioned neither in local Christian sources of the time,
nor in the registries of the Jewish community, nor in the detailed
obituary of Isaÿe Cerf Oulman. Conclusion: it is only a beautiful legend.

Marianne Le Morvan describes the origin and the life of Berthe Weill
(1865-1951), the first woman opening an art gallery in Paris, who is not
as renowned as her masculine colleagues. Her paternal family came >from
Kirchen (Bade, Germany) to Paris through Gerstheim (Alsace, Bas-Rhin)
whereas her maternal family, originally >from Landau, spent some years in
Haut-Rhin. After a few formation years with an antiquarian, she opened
in 1896 a shop where she sold ancient books and objects. Soon after, she
bought three paintings >from Picasso, the first ones ever sold by him.
She was bold enough to bet on talented beginners such as Bonnard,
Braque, Derain, Dufy, Van Dongen, Friesz, Gromaire, Laurencin, Leger,
Lautrec, Maillol, Marquet, Matisse, Modigliani, Odilon Redon, Utrillo,
Valadon, Vlaminck, Zadkine, foreigners like Van Dongen and Diego Ribera
and many others. She did not make a fortune because she was more
interested in helping artists than in making money. After WW2, which she
spent hidden in a cellar, she was really poor. Therefore in 1946, many
of the artists she had protected gave paintings for an auction, which
allowed Berthe Weill to finish her life in a decent way.

Among the inner group of our Society, Daniel Vangheluwe is one of the
main specialists of Poland and he has helped many of our members in
their genealogical researches. In his paper, he gives many tracks for
genealogical researches in Poland : on-line data bases such as SEZAM,
archives in Warsaw, business repertories, and school files.

Roza Shabad-Gawronska (1882-1943) was one of the physicians in the
ghetto of Vilnius (Vilna or Wilna or Wilno). Muriel Chochois and her
coworkers gathered all pieces of information available about this
outstanding woman. Born in Vilnius, she was a medical student at
Freiburg im Breisgau (Bade, Germany) where she obtained her degree in
1907. Later she practiced in two Jewish hospitals of Vilnius. When the
Germans invaded Lithuania, in June 1941, they killed 70,000 Jews in the
forest of Ponar. Survivors, including many orphan children, were parked
in two ghettos. For these children, Roza Shabad opened two orphanages in
September 1941. When the ghettos of Vilnius were liquidated in September
1943, she refused to escape and stayed with the children. We still do
not know where she was murdered, in Treblinka, in Majdanek or in Ponar.
Muriel Chochois also gives many details on the medical staff of the ghetto.

Georges Graner (Paris-France)
georges.graner@wanadoo.fr


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen OCJGS Meeting: NYC Censuses 12/22 #general

Joel Weintraub
 

The Orange County Jewish Genealogical Society (CA) invites you to a talk by
Joel Weintraub on "Searching the NYC Censuses" that will be held at Temple
Bat Yahm, 1011 Camelback St, Newport Beach, CA on December 22, 2013. The
meeting will start at 1:30 pm. The talk will discuss the city, state, and
federal censuses of the City of New York, including a look at the confusing
question of "What is New York City?". Be prepared to take a ride on the
subways of NY during the talk. Joel (if I say so myself) has been providing
locational tools for the NY and federal censuses for over a decade, with a
partnership with Steve Morse. Joel's hobbies include producing interesting
Powerpoint presentations and showing his audiences census memorabilia that
he has collected. More information can be found at ocjgs.org. All are
welcome at the talk.

Joel Weintraub
Dana Point, CA
census1950@cox.net
https://sites.google.com/site/census1950/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Issue 116 of Genealo-J #general

Georges Graner
 

The issue 116, Winter 2013 of Genealo-J, Journal of the Jewish
Genealogical Society of France, has just been published
In this issue, I was very excited to discover a paper by Pierre-Andre
Meyer, the well-known specialist of the Jews of Metz (Lorraine). The
title is "My ancestor cured Louis XV. An inquiry about a family legend".
It is well known that the King Louis XV went to Metz in 1744, that he
became very ill, so that he received extreme unction on August 15. But
the next day his health improved and within a few days, he was out of
danger. The legend transmitted in many Jewish families (including my own
family-in-law) is that this miraculous recovery was due to their
ancestor, a well-known medical doctor. Meyer first finds three Jewish
physicians who were active in Metz at that time: Jacob Wallich, Lambert
Lazare Lambert and Isaÿe Cerf Oulman. The legend favors the last one,
although other candidates are also mentioned. Then he analyzes all
bibliographical sources, either contemporary or more recent ones, on
this subject. He mentions that the King was accompanied by three
physicians and that four local Christian M.D. were also called for
consultation. It would not have been impossible to also call a renowned
Jewish physician for consultation but there is not a single proof for
it: it is not mentioned neither in local Christian sources of the time,
nor in the registries of the Jewish community, nor in the detailed
obituary of Isaÿe Cerf Oulman. Conclusion: it is only a beautiful legend.

Marianne Le Morvan describes the origin and the life of Berthe Weill
(1865-1951), the first woman opening an art gallery in Paris, who is not
as renowned as her masculine colleagues. Her paternal family came >from
Kirchen (Bade, Germany) to Paris through Gerstheim (Alsace, Bas-Rhin)
whereas her maternal family, originally >from Landau, spent some years in
Haut-Rhin. After a few formation years with an antiquarian, she opened
in 1896 a shop where she sold ancient books and objects. Soon after, she
bought three paintings >from Picasso, the first ones ever sold by him.
She was bold enough to bet on talented beginners such as Bonnard,
Braque, Derain, Dufy, Van Dongen, Friesz, Gromaire, Laurencin, Leger,
Lautrec, Maillol, Marquet, Matisse, Modigliani, Odilon Redon, Utrillo,
Valadon, Vlaminck, Zadkine, foreigners like Van Dongen and Diego Ribera
and many others. She did not make a fortune because she was more
interested in helping artists than in making money. After WW2, which she
spent hidden in a cellar, she was really poor. Therefore in 1946, many
of the artists she had protected gave paintings for an auction, which
allowed Berthe Weill to finish her life in a decent way.

Among the inner group of our Society, Daniel Vangheluwe is one of the
main specialists of Poland and he has helped many of our members in
their genealogical researches. In his paper, he gives many tracks for
genealogical researches in Poland : on-line data bases such as SEZAM,
archives in Warsaw, business repertories, and school files.

Roza Shabad-Gawronska (1882-1943) was one of the physicians in the
ghetto of Vilnius (Vilna or Wilna or Wilno). Muriel Chochois and her
coworkers gathered all pieces of information available about this
outstanding woman. Born in Vilnius, she was a medical student at
Freiburg im Breisgau (Bade, Germany) where she obtained her degree in
1907. Later she practiced in two Jewish hospitals of Vilnius. When the
Germans invaded Lithuania, in June 1941, they killed 70,000 Jews in the
forest of Ponar. Survivors, including many orphan children, were parked
in two ghettos. For these children, Roza Shabad opened two orphanages in
September 1941. When the ghettos of Vilnius were liquidated in September
1943, she refused to escape and stayed with the children. We still do
not know where she was murdered, in Treblinka, in Majdanek or in Ponar.
Muriel Chochois also gives many details on the medical staff of the ghetto.

Georges Graner (Paris-France)
georges.graner@wanadoo.fr


JOWBR Adds 114,000 Records. Database Includes Over 2.1 Million Records! #hungary

bounce-2713104-772961@...
 

JewishGen is proud to announce its 2013 year-end update to the=20
JOWBR (JewishGen's Online Worldwide Burial Registry) database.=20
The JOWBR database can be accessed at=20
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/ =20

If you're a new JOWBR user, we recommend that you take a look at=20
the first two explanatory screencasts at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/Screencasts/ =20

This update adds approximately 114,000 new records and 19,000 new=20
photos.
The database is adding 172 new cemeteries along with updates or=20
additions to an additional 219 cemeteries. This update brings=20
JOWBR's holdings to 2.14 million records >from more than 4,200 cemeteries /=
=20
cemetery sections representing 83 countries!=20
(We've even added two new countries: the Dominican Republic and Sri Lanka)

Once again, donors for this update include a mix of individuals,
Jewish genealogical societies, historical societies and museums. We
appreciate all our donors' submissions and the transliteration work=20
done by a faithful group of JewishGen volunteers.=20

I want to particularly thank Eric Feinstein who has been helping me to=20
find and gain permission to add many of the records >from under-represented
countries. In addition, without our volunteer transliterators, led by
Gilberto Jugend, we would not be able to add the information >from some=20
very difficult to read photos.

Of particular note in this update are the following additions:
=95 Sharon, Massachusetts. Thanks to the administrators of the Sharon
Memorial Park with assistance >from Jerry Wyner and the New England=20
Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) for their submission of 37,100=20
records.
=95 Praha, Czech Republic. Thanks to Randy Schoenberg and the Jewish
Community of Praha for 25,200 records >from the New Jewish Cemetery.
=95 Pennsylvania. Thanks to Susan Melnick, archivist for the Rauh Jewish
Archives of the Senator John Heinz History Center for the following=20
sets:
9,100 records >from the Beth Shalom Cemetery connected with
Congregation Beth Shalom in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Johnstown area cemeteries -- 1,050 records >from 6 cemeteries in
Westmont and Geistown.
=95 Germany. We are adding close to 62 new German cemeteries (7,300
records). Significant contributions came from:
Dieter Peters submitted approximately 40 cemeteries with 5,000
records >from his collection. Additional cemetery records will be added=20
in future updates.
Partnering with JewishGen's German Special Interest Group (GerSIG),
we have added 20 cemeteries with approximately 2,150 records.
=95 Zhytomyr, Ukraine. Thanks to a team of volunteers >from JewishGen's
Ukrainian Special Interest Group for 4,100 additional records=20
and 5,300 photos to link to the entire collection.
=95 Sadgora, Ukraine. Thanks to a project funded by the Jewish
Genealogical Society of Ottawa, Canada, the submission includes 3,500
records and their linked photos.
=95 H=E9genheim, France. Thanks to Professor Frowald Gil Huettenmeister
for the submission of 3,200 records >from his book on the cemetery:
H=FCttenmeister, Gil und Rogg, Lea: "Der j=FCdische Friedhof in=20
Hegenheim. Le Cimeti=E8re Isra=E9lite de H=E9genheim (Haut-Rhin)".
=95 Ontario, Canada. Thanks to Allen Halberstadt, coordinator of the
Jewish Genealogical Society of Canada, Toronto's Cemetery Project, for
updating 190 cemetery sections resulting in 2,800 additional records=20
from various cemeteries.=20
=95 Porto Alegre, Brazil. Thanks to David Jovegelevicius, President of
the Centro Israelita, Porto Alegre, Brazil for submitting his data set=20
of 2,600 records.
=95 Waterbury, Connecticut. Thanks to Ruben Poupko for submitting 1,800
records and photos for 3 additional Waterbury cemeteries. Included in=20
this update are records and photos >from Hebrew Benefit Cemetery,=20
Melchizedek Cemetery, and the Farband Cemetery.
=95 Kursk, Russia. Thanks to Mikhail Moiseevich Kaner, Chairman of the
Jewish community of the city of Kursk for submitting 1,300 records along
with 1,100 photos.
=95 West Springfield, Massachusetts. Thanks to Jeff Kontoff for
photographing the Kodimoh Cemetery and submitting 1,250 photos and an
additional 250 records.
=95 Forest Park, Illinois. Thanks to Debra Wolraich for submitting
1,200 records >from the Anshe Motele Society section in the Waldheim
Cemetery.
=95 Eisenstadt, Austria. >from the book "Die Grabschriften aus Alten
Judenfriedhoes in Einsenstadt" by Bernhard Wachstsin, a listing of the=20
1,200 burials in the old cemetery that took place between 1679 until 1874.
=95 Whether your name or records are listed above, we appreciate all
your submissions! Thank you to all the donors that submitted information
for this update.

We appreciate all the work our donors have done and encourage you to make
additional submissions. Whether you work on a cemetery / cemetery section
individually or consider a group project for your local Society, temple=20
or other group, it's your submissions that help grow the JOWBR database=20
and make it possible for researchers and family members to find answers=20
they otherwise might not. Please also consider other organizations you=20
may be affiliated with that may already have done cemetery indexing that=20
would consider having their records included in the JOWBR database.

Nolan Altman
NAltman@JewishGen.org=20
JewishGen Acting VP for Data Acquisition
JOWBR - Coordinator
December 2013


JewishGen's Memorial Plaque Project Adds 5,400 Records. We Need Your Help to Grow! #hungary

bounce-2713135-772961@...
 

JewishGen is proud to announce its 2013 year-end update for the
Memorial Plaque Project database. The MPP database can be accessed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Memorial/
The MPP database includes the data >from plaques and Yizkor lists >from
synagogue and other organizations.
Many of these sources include patronymic information.

The database now includes more than 35,100 records >from the USA,
Israel, British Columbia, and now Morocco. These records come >from
57 different synagogues and other institutions.

We believe that the MPP is a good example of how users of JewishGen's
databases can "give back". If you are a member of a synagogue or
other organization with memorial plaques or Yizkor lists, please
consider helping us to grow this database.
You can find more information on submitting data at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Memorial/Submit.htm
If you have additional questions, please contact me directly.

Of particular note in this update are the following additions:
• Boston Area, Massachusetts. Thanks to David Rosen, who is
coordinating submissions >from the JGS of Greater Boston, he and his team
have added 3,500 records >from 6 institutions.
• Congregation Agudas Israel, Newburgh. Many thanks for the
submission of 1,250 records >from this Newburgh synagogue.

Whether your name or records are listed above, we appreciate all your
submissions! Thank you to all the donors that submitted information for
this update.

Nolan Altman
NAltman@JewishGen.org
JewishGen Acting VP for Data Acquisition
December, 2013


Hungary SIG #Hungary JOWBR Adds 114,000 Records. Database Includes Over 2.1 Million Records! #hungary

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JewishGen is proud to announce its 2013 year-end update to the=20
JOWBR (JewishGen's Online Worldwide Burial Registry) database.=20
The JOWBR database can be accessed at=20
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/ =20

If you're a new JOWBR user, we recommend that you take a look at=20
the first two explanatory screencasts at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/Screencasts/ =20

This update adds approximately 114,000 new records and 19,000 new=20
photos.
The database is adding 172 new cemeteries along with updates or=20
additions to an additional 219 cemeteries. This update brings=20
JOWBR's holdings to 2.14 million records >from more than 4,200 cemeteries /=
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cemetery sections representing 83 countries!=20
(We've even added two new countries: the Dominican Republic and Sri Lanka)

Once again, donors for this update include a mix of individuals,
Jewish genealogical societies, historical societies and museums. We
appreciate all our donors' submissions and the transliteration work=20
done by a faithful group of JewishGen volunteers.=20

I want to particularly thank Eric Feinstein who has been helping me to=20
find and gain permission to add many of the records >from under-represented
countries. In addition, without our volunteer transliterators, led by
Gilberto Jugend, we would not be able to add the information >from some=20
very difficult to read photos.

Of particular note in this update are the following additions:
=95 Sharon, Massachusetts. Thanks to the administrators of the Sharon
Memorial Park with assistance >from Jerry Wyner and the New England=20
Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) for their submission of 37,100=20
records.
=95 Praha, Czech Republic. Thanks to Randy Schoenberg and the Jewish
Community of Praha for 25,200 records >from the New Jewish Cemetery.
=95 Pennsylvania. Thanks to Susan Melnick, archivist for the Rauh Jewish
Archives of the Senator John Heinz History Center for the following=20
sets:
9,100 records >from the Beth Shalom Cemetery connected with
Congregation Beth Shalom in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Johnstown area cemeteries -- 1,050 records >from 6 cemeteries in
Westmont and Geistown.
=95 Germany. We are adding close to 62 new German cemeteries (7,300
records). Significant contributions came from:
Dieter Peters submitted approximately 40 cemeteries with 5,000
records >from his collection. Additional cemetery records will be added=20
in future updates.
Partnering with JewishGen's German Special Interest Group (GerSIG),
we have added 20 cemeteries with approximately 2,150 records.
=95 Zhytomyr, Ukraine. Thanks to a team of volunteers >from JewishGen's
Ukrainian Special Interest Group for 4,100 additional records=20
and 5,300 photos to link to the entire collection.
=95 Sadgora, Ukraine. Thanks to a project funded by the Jewish
Genealogical Society of Ottawa, Canada, the submission includes 3,500
records and their linked photos.
=95 H=E9genheim, France. Thanks to Professor Frowald Gil Huettenmeister
for the submission of 3,200 records >from his book on the cemetery:
H=FCttenmeister, Gil und Rogg, Lea: "Der j=FCdische Friedhof in=20
Hegenheim. Le Cimeti=E8re Isra=E9lite de H=E9genheim (Haut-Rhin)".
=95 Ontario, Canada. Thanks to Allen Halberstadt, coordinator of the
Jewish Genealogical Society of Canada, Toronto's Cemetery Project, for
updating 190 cemetery sections resulting in 2,800 additional records=20
from various cemeteries.=20
=95 Porto Alegre, Brazil. Thanks to David Jovegelevicius, President of
the Centro Israelita, Porto Alegre, Brazil for submitting his data set=20
of 2,600 records.
=95 Waterbury, Connecticut. Thanks to Ruben Poupko for submitting 1,800
records and photos for 3 additional Waterbury cemeteries. Included in=20
this update are records and photos >from Hebrew Benefit Cemetery,=20
Melchizedek Cemetery, and the Farband Cemetery.
=95 Kursk, Russia. Thanks to Mikhail Moiseevich Kaner, Chairman of the
Jewish community of the city of Kursk for submitting 1,300 records along
with 1,100 photos.
=95 West Springfield, Massachusetts. Thanks to Jeff Kontoff for
photographing the Kodimoh Cemetery and submitting 1,250 photos and an
additional 250 records.
=95 Forest Park, Illinois. Thanks to Debra Wolraich for submitting
1,200 records >from the Anshe Motele Society section in the Waldheim
Cemetery.
=95 Eisenstadt, Austria. >from the book "Die Grabschriften aus Alten
Judenfriedhoes in Einsenstadt" by Bernhard Wachstsin, a listing of the=20
1,200 burials in the old cemetery that took place between 1679 until 1874.
=95 Whether your name or records are listed above, we appreciate all
your submissions! Thank you to all the donors that submitted information
for this update.

We appreciate all the work our donors have done and encourage you to make
additional submissions. Whether you work on a cemetery / cemetery section
individually or consider a group project for your local Society, temple=20
or other group, it's your submissions that help grow the JOWBR database=20
and make it possible for researchers and family members to find answers=20
they otherwise might not. Please also consider other organizations you=20
may be affiliated with that may already have done cemetery indexing that=20
would consider having their records included in the JOWBR database.

Nolan Altman
NAltman@JewishGen.org=20
JewishGen Acting VP for Data Acquisition
JOWBR - Coordinator
December 2013


Hungary SIG #Hungary JewishGen's Memorial Plaque Project Adds 5,400 Records. We Need Your Help to Grow! #hungary

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JewishGen is proud to announce its 2013 year-end update for the
Memorial Plaque Project database. The MPP database can be accessed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Memorial/
The MPP database includes the data >from plaques and Yizkor lists >from
synagogue and other organizations.
Many of these sources include patronymic information.

The database now includes more than 35,100 records >from the USA,
Israel, British Columbia, and now Morocco. These records come >from
57 different synagogues and other institutions.

We believe that the MPP is a good example of how users of JewishGen's
databases can "give back". If you are a member of a synagogue or
other organization with memorial plaques or Yizkor lists, please
consider helping us to grow this database.
You can find more information on submitting data at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Memorial/Submit.htm
If you have additional questions, please contact me directly.

Of particular note in this update are the following additions:
• Boston Area, Massachusetts. Thanks to David Rosen, who is
coordinating submissions >from the JGS of Greater Boston, he and his team
have added 3,500 records >from 6 institutions.
• Congregation Agudas Israel, Newburgh. Many thanks for the
submission of 1,250 records >from this Newburgh synagogue.

Whether your name or records are listed above, we appreciate all your
submissions! Thank you to all the donors that submitted information for
this update.

Nolan Altman
NAltman@JewishGen.org
JewishGen Acting VP for Data Acquisition
December, 2013


Tarnopol 1910 Census: Surname List & Explanations #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Dear Galician Researchers:

Recently I announced Gesher Galicia's completion of the indexing of the
1910 Tarnopol Jewish Census. Containing almost 14,000 names, it
enumerates every Jewish resident living in Tarnopol in 1910, along with
information on people who had moved away permanently, or were
studying in other locales, provided by family members. Entire
households are listed together with house numbers, professions, and
ages, with relationships clearly delineated.

As an addendum to my earlier posting, what follows is a complete list of
surnames (including hyphenated, or double surnames) which are found
in the census.

As an explanation, these "double names" are a result of the Habsburg
Empire's non-recognition of Jewish religious marriages, as opposed to
civil marriages registered with the government, which the majority of
Galician Jews resisted. Children >from these marriages were registered in
birth records as "illegitimate" and there were numerous variations in
surnames were assigned. Most of the religiously-married women
retained their maiden names and children were assigned the mother's
name unless -- sometimes -- the father appeared where vital records
were registered to make a legal claim to be the father. Even then, with
large families, researchers will notice great variation in how names were
entered in the record books. Within one family, the first child might
carry the mother's name, a later sibling, the father's name and
sometimes no surname would be listed at all for many of the children.
As these children married and had their own children more double
names would crop up.

A few such examples >from the list below are:

BERLAS f. FRAUENGLASS ,
BURSTIN f. SILBERMANN
KOHN recht HALPERN
WOLFZAHN f. HIRSCHHORN
DERFLER vel THUMIN

"Vel is >from the Latin, which translates to "also known as." The resident
was known by both names, probably as a result of a religious marriage
where the person might carry the mother's name and, at other times, by
the father's name. (If appearing between two given names, this usually
represents the Jewish versus secular surname, or a nickname/kinnui,
versus legal given name.)

"Recte" translates to "legally" and would mean that this surname was the
"legal" name.

"False" or ("f") implies a name change by usage, not by legal means. This
term might also be considered the reverse of "recte."

All of these notations are subject to various interpretations, however,
given the complicated system of registering Jewish births, deaths and
marriages in Galicia.

The surname list below is in alphabetical order by the first surname
written in the census, even as part of a double name, so read through
the entire list.

Names are listed here as they appear in the index, transcribed by our
Polish indexing team >from the handwritten census which, itself, might
have been re-copied >from the Austrian original. Interpreting handwriting
can be tricky. Additionally, in some cases handwriting is correctly
transcribed, but the person making the original entry misspelled a name.
We plan to issue corrections to errors in transcription as they become
evident, and possibly add annotations, provided by researchers, of what
the correct name probably was, despite a misspelling in the official
record.

The census data will be added to the All Galicia Database in late January,
but qualified contributors (there are varying levels) will have early access
to the images, and/or the Excel spreadsheets, so they can sort data to
enhance searches.

A contribution of $180 provides access to the census images and the
Excel file. A contribution of $100 provides access to the Excel file and
scans of records once available. Access passwords will be sent out in
about a week's time to those who have contributed. More information on
donation levels, with annotated census images and spreadsheet example,
can be found here:

http://www.geshergalicia.org/projects/tarnopol-1910-census/

Donations (check or credit card) can be made by clicking "Donate" on
our home page.

Any earlier list published on other SIG lists was missing several names,
but this one is complete, so if you reviewed it in previous postings,
please take a second look. This list will soon be available on the
Tarnopol Census project page on the GG website.

I cannot provide you with specific information on any of the surnames
listed right now, but you will be able to search, for free, when the data
goes live at the end of January 2014.

Thanks to Ann Harris and Renee Steinig for assisting with the creation
of this list.

Happy hunting...

Pamela Weisberger
President, Gesher Galicia
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com

[MODERATOR NOTE: We do not usually post messages that include long
lists of surnames or towns. An exception was made because of the
importance of this source to a very large number of researchers.]

"Surnames Found in the 1910 Tarnopol Census"

ACKEN, ACKER, ACKERMANN, ADLER, ADLER f. PERLMUTTER,
ADLERSTEIN, AKSELRAD, ALBAUM, ALBERHAND, ALDES, ALLERHAND,
ALTBERG, ALTBERG f. ASPIS, ALTER, ALTMANN, ALTSCHULER,
ALTSCHULLER, ALTSTADTER, ALTSTADTER f. OCZERET, AMARANT,
AMBOS, ANDERMAN, ANMELDUNG, ANSTERN, APERMAN, APFELBAUM,
APPEL, APPELBLUM, APPERMAN, APSER, APTER, APTOWICER, APTOWICZ,
APTOWITZER, ARAK, ARNER, ASCHKENASE, ASCHKENASY, ASCHKENAZE,
ASCHKENAZY, ASCHKENZE f. SPRECHER, ASCHKENZE f. TURKEL,
ASZKENAZY, ATLAS, ATTERMANN, AUERBACH, AUERHAHN, AUERHAHN
f. FELD, AUERHAN, AUGENBLICK, AUGENBLUCK, AUSLENGER, AUSTERN,
AUTMANN, AWNER, AWNER r. TAFFET, AXELRAD

BABAD, BABAR, BACH, BACKER, BACKERMANN, BACKFON, BADIAN, BAL,
BALIN, BALTER, BALTUCH, BAND, BANDLER, BARABAN, BARAK, BARAK f.
SOMMERSTEIN, BARAL, BARALL, BARAM, BARAS, BARAS f. TURKEL,
BARASCH, BARASS, BARASZ, BARBAK, BARBAN, BARBASCH, BARBASZ,
BARD, BARDACH, BARDFELD, BARLES f. SIGALL, BARMASCH, BARSCHAK,
BARTASCH, BARYNENKO, BASS, BAU, BAUMENBLUTH, BAUMGARTEN,
BAUMINGER, BAZAR, BECHER, BECKER, BECKERMANN, BECKMAN,
BECKMANN, BECKMANN f. LEHRER, BEER, BEIDAFF, BEIGEL, BEIN, BEINER,
BEINISCH, BELEMER, BELFER, BELKOWICZ, BENDEL, BENZION, BEREZOWSKI,
BERGER, BERGGRUN, BERGMANN, BERGNER, BERGSTOFF, BERKOWICZ,
BERLAS, BERLAS f. FRAUENGLASS, BERLIN, BERMAN, BERMANN,
BERNBLUM, BERNER, BERNHAUT, BERNSOHN, BERNSTEIN, BERNSTEIN f.
ROSENSTRAUCH, BERSAM, BERSTEIN, BERTH, BETTINGER, BETTLER,
BEUTEL, BEZPOJASNIK, BIBERSTEIN, BICK, BIEBERSTEIN, BIEDENBERG,
BIEGELEISEN, BIELER, BIELFELD, BIELLER, BIEN, BIENER, BIERBRANER,
BIERENBERG, BILBER, BILKER, BILLIG, BINDER, BINDER f. BLATT,
BIRENBAUM, BIRKENFELD, BIRNBAUM, BIRNBERG, BISKER, BIZOF,
BLANSTEIN, BLATNER, BLATT, BLATTER, BLAU, BLAUFELD, BLAUSTEIN,
BLAUSTEIN f. FREURICH, BLAWAT, BLECH, BLEICH, BLEICHER, BLEIFELD,
BLEISTIFT, BLEIWEIS, BLEMER, BLEMMER, BLITZ, BLUM, BLUMENFELD,
BLUMER, BLUMMER f. WEISSBACH, BLUSSEN f. SCHARF, BOGNER, BOHMEN,
BOMBERG, BOMSE, BOST, BRAMNIK r. HAMMER, BRANANDEIS, BRANDEK,
BRANDES, BRANDT, BRAUERAWA, BRAUN, BRAUNER, BRAUNSTEIN,
BRAWER, BRAYER, BREIER, BREILENBAUM, BREIT, BREITENBAUM,
BREITMAN, BREITMANN, BREMOWLER, BRENESSEL, BRENESSEL f. BUSKER,
BRENNER, BRENNER f. EPSTEIN, BRENNESSEL, BRIEF, BRILLAND, BRILLANT,
BRILLER, BROCH, BROCZYNER, BROD, BROMER, BRUCHES, BRUCHES f.
WEIGREICH, BRUCK, BRULLER, BRUM, BRUMM, BRUMMER, BRUMMER ryt.
IMBER, BRUN, BRUNN, BRUST, BRYLLAND, BUCHHOLZ, BUCHMAN,
BUCHMANN, BUCHSBAUM, BUCHWALD, BUCZACZ, BUCZACZER, BUDABIN,
BUGE, BURSTIN f. SILBERMANN, BUTTERKLEE, BUXBAUM, BYC

CHARAL, CHARAP, CHARINER, CHARTINER, CHINKES, CHMIELOWSKI,
CHUWEN, CITRON, CYBUCH, CZABAN, CZACZKES, CZACZKES f.
SCHIFFMANN, CZACZKES f. TABAK?, CZACZKIES, CZIRLIK, CZOBAN,
CZYGLIK

DALESCH, DALICZ, DANIELSKI, DANKER f. THAU, DANKNER, DAWIDSOHN,
DEGEN, DEIM, DELLMAN, DEMANT, DEMM, DENKER, DERBLICH, DERER,
DERER f. FRANKEL, DERER f. LEIDENWERK, DERFLER vel THUMIN,
DEUTSCH, DIAMAND, DIAMANT, DICK, DICKES, DICKES f. GRUNBAUM,
DIENER, DINE, DINER, DINES, DINNER, DIWER, DLUGACZ, DOLINER, DON,
DONNER, DORFTER, DORNBAUM, DORZAWETZ, DRANGER, DRATH,
DREIFINGER, DREIFUSS, DREKSLER, DRESSLER, DRETTLER, DREXLER,
DRIKS, DRIMER, DRIMMER, DRUBICZ, DRUCKER, DUBOWE f. POLLAK,
DUBOWER f. HERZOG, DUBOWY, DUCHOWNA, DUCHOWNE, DUCKSTEIN,
DURST, DURST f. HELLER, DYKES, DYM, DYNES

EBERMANN, ECKHAUS, ECKSTEIN, EDELBERG, EDELMAN, EHRENFELD,
EHRENKRANZ, EHRLICH, EHRLICH f. SYGALL, EICEHNKATZ, EICHENBAUM,
EICHENKATZ, EICHENSTEIN, EIDEL, EIDERER, EILENBERG, EINGLER,
EINHORN, EINLAGER, EINLEGER, EINROCH, EISENBERG, EISENKLAM,
EISENKLAMM, EISENSTADTER, EISENSTEIN, EISNER, EISNER f. KELLER,
EITELBERG, EITELBERG f. FELD, EIZENKLAM, EKSELBIRT, EKSTEIN, ELBERG,
ELFENBEIN, ELLENBERG, ENGEL, ENGELHARDT, ENGLENDER, ENIS,
ENSELBERG, ENSER, ENTNER, EPSTEIN, ERBERLAND, ERBSEN, ERDE,
EXELBIRT

FACH, FADEN, FADENHECHT, FAKTERMAN, FALKENFLICK, FALSCHER,
FALTENBERG, FALTENBERG f. EPSTEIN, FARB, FASOLKA, FASSMAN, FED,
FEDER, FEDERBINSCH, FEDERBUSCH, FEDERBUSK, FEDMANN, FEIBER,
FEIERSTEIN, FEIG, FEIGENBAUM, FEIGENBAUM f. SUSSLAK, FEIGER,
FEILES, FEINBACH, FEINBERG, FEINGOLD, FEINTUCH, FEINTUCH f.
HELLER, FEIWEL, FELBER, FELBERBAM, FELBERBAUM, FELBERBAUM f.
POLLAK, FELD, FELD f. LIEBLING, FELDBERG, FELDHORN, FELDMAN,
FELDMANN, FELDMANN r. TEITELBAUM, FELL, FELLERBAUM, FELLNER,
FELSTENER, FENDLER, FENSTER, FERSCHKO, FERSCHLING,
FERSZKO, FERSZKY, FEUERFELD, FEUERING, FEUERMANN, FEUERRING,
FEUERSTEIN, FIAL, FIEGLER, FIGLER, FIKSEL, FIKSEL f. GOTTLIEB, FIKSEL f.
WEISSBROD, FILBERMAN, FINGER, FINGERHUT, FINK, FINKEL, FINKELSTEIN,
FINKELSTEIN f. PICKET, FINKELSTEIN f. PICKHOLZ, FINL, FISCH, FISCHBEIN,
FISCHER, FISCHHANDER, FISCHLER, FISCHMANN, FIUL, FIXEL, FLACHS,
FLACHS f. TURKEL, FLECHTER, FLECKER, FLEISCHFARB, FLEISCHFARB f.
ROTHKOPF, FLEISCHHACKER, FLEISCHHAKER, FLEISCHMAN,
FLEISCHMANN, FLEISCHMANN f. KLAHR, FLEISCHNER, FLERSCHFARB,
FLESCHNER, FLESZNER, FLICK, FLIES, FORST, FRACHTENBERG,
FRACHTENBROD f. FRACHTENBERG, FRADES, FRAENKL, FRAMMER,
FRANCOS, FRANKEL, FRANZOS, FRANZOX, FRAUENGLAS, FRAUENGLASS,
FREIBERG, FREIHAUS, FREIHAUS f. MARGULIES, FREIVOGEL,
FRENDENTHAL, FRENKEL, FRENKL, FRENZLER, FRESTER, FREUD,
FREUDENTHAL, FREUDLICH, FREUDMAN, FREUDMANN, FREUND, FREYER,
FRIED, FRIEDER, FRIEDFELD, FRIEDLANDER, FRIEDLER, FRIEDMAN,
FRIEDMAN f. MOSES, FRIEDMANN, FRIEDMANN f. DUBOWY, FRIEHOF,
FRIEZIERER, FRISCH, FROHLICH, FROMMER, FROMMER f. SEID, FROMMOS,
FRUCHT, FRUCHTMAN, FRUCHTMANN, FUCHS, FUCHS f. GELBER, FUCHS
f. RUM, FUCHS f. SCHOPPEL, FUHRER, FUHRMAN, FUHRMANN, FURMAN,
FURSETZER, FURST, FURSTADT, FUSS, FUSSTEIG, FUSTEIG

GABE vel GUNSBERG, GABEL, GANGER, GARBER, GARFEINOWA,
GARFUNKEL, GARTNER, GATANDZY, GAWLER, GEDULDIG, GEHLER,
GEIWING, GELBARD, GELBER, GELBFARB, GELHMANN, GELLER, GELLES,
GELLES r. SCHORR, GELLESMAN, GELLMANN, GENDZIAR, GENDZIAR f.
FRIEDMANN, GENZER, GERTWAGEN, GINSBERG, GINSBURG, GLANZ,
GLANZBERG, GLAS, GLASGALL, GLASGALL f. PLATER, GLASNER, GLASNER
f. NADEL, GLASSGALL, GLATTSTEIN, GLEIT, GLESMANN, GLUCK,
GLUCKMAN, GLUCKMANN, GODEL, GOLD, GOLDAPPER, GOLDBAUM,
GOLDBERG, GOLDBERGER, GOLDBRUM, GOLDBRUMM, GOLDBRUNN,
GOLDENBERG, GOLDENHIRSCH, GOLDES, GOLDFARB, GOLDFELD,
GOLDHARDT, GOLDHIRSCH, GOLDMANN, GOLDRIM, GOLDROSEN,
GOLDSCHAUM, GOLDSCHEIDER, GOLDSTEIN, GOLDSTERN, GOLDWAG,
GOLDWURM, GOLIGER, GOLIGER f. SAFIER, GOLIGIER, GOLLFRIED,
GOTFRIED, GOTT, GOTTER f. GELBER, GOTTFRIED, GOTTLIEB, GRANIK,
GRANN, GRAU, GRINSBERG, GROHS, GROSKOPF, GROSMANN, GROSS,
GROSSBERG, GROSSKOPF, GROSSMAN, GROSSMAN f. WACHTEL,
GROSSMANN, GROSSTERN, GRUBERG, GRUBIN, GRUMSPAN, GRUN,
GRUNBAUM, GRUNBERG, GRUNBLATT, GRUNDLINGER, GRUNER,
GRUNFELD, GRUNHAUT, GRUNSBERG, GRUNSEID, GRUNSPAN,
GRUNSPANN, GRUNSTEIN, GRUTZ, GUELLER f. ROSENFELD, GUNSBERG,
GUT, GUTFLEISCH, GUTSTEIN, GUTTMANN

HAAS, HABER, HACKEN, HACKER, HAFNER, HAHN f. ARAK, HALBERTHAL
f. WEINTRAUB, HALFTER, HALICZER, HALPERN, HALPERN f. NEUMAN,
HAMMER, HAND, HANDWERKER, HANZ, HARAP, HARBAND, HARTMAN,
HARTMANN, HASS, HAUER, HAUMAN, HAUPT, HAUS, HAUSNER, HECHLER,
HECHT, HECHT f. ZIPPER, HECKER, HEFTER, HEILICZER, HEILPERN,
HEIMANN, HEIMOWICZ, HEISCHMANN, HEITZENBERG, HELFER, HELICZER,
HELLER, HELLMANN, HELLREICH, HENDEL, HENDNER, HENIG, HERMAN,
HERMAN f. WEISSTAUB, HERMANN, HERNIK, HERNSTEIN, HERRMANN,
HERZ, HERZOG, HESCHELES, HESCHELES f. DOMB, HEUMAN, HEUMANN,
HEYMAN, HILF, HIMMELBRAND, HIMMELBRAND f. SPUNBERG,
HIMMELSTEIN, HINDES, HIRSCH, HIRSCHBERG, HIRSCHHAM,
HIRSCHHORN, HIRSCHHORN f. KATZ, HIRSCHHORN f. SCHALIT,
HIRSCHKLON, HIRSCHLORN, HIRSCHOM, HIRSCHORN, HIRSCHORN f.
ROSENSTRAUCH, HIRSZKOWICZ, HOCH, HOCHBAUM, HOCHBERG,
HOCHHAUS, HOCHMANN, HOFFMAN, HOFFMANN, HOFFNER,
HOFRICHTER, HOLLANDER, HOLLANDER f. HUDEL, HOLLENDER, HOPPEN,
HORCHITZ, HORN, HORNIK, HORNSTEIN, HOROWITZ, HORWITZ, HUK,
HUNGER, HUTTER, HUTTLER f. KANAREK, HUTTNER, HUTZ

IGIEL, IGIER, IGRY, IMBER, IMMERFRAU, INGLER, INGWER, IPPEL, ISSERLES

JAFF, JAGER, JAGOLNICER, JAMENFELD, JAMPOLER, JANNER, JARYCZOWER,
JARYCZOWER f. HALPERN, JAWER, JAWROWER, JOEL, JORISZ, JORYSZ f.
SCHOHAU, JUFFE, JUGENDFREUND, JUNG, JUNG v. PROBE, JUNGFRAU,
JUTTKES

KACZER, KACZIK, KACZKA, KACZYK, KAGAN, KAHANE, KAHANE f.
GOLDMANN, KAHANE f. TAFFET, KALACHSTEIN, KALAPES, KALBER,
KALISCH, KALT, KAMINKER, KAMM, KAMMELHAAR, KAMMERTHAAR,
KANAREK, KANCZUKIER, KANCZYKER, KANDEL, KANEL, KANIUK, KANIUK
f. SPRING, KANNER, KANTOROWICZ, KAPAN, KARMELIN, KARMIOL, KARP,
KARP f. STEIN, KARPEL, KARPF, KATZ, KATZ f. NADEL, KATZ f.
NOMROWER, KATZ r. PFEFFER, KAUFMANN, KAUL, KEJLES f. BARAL,
KELHOFFER, KELLER, KELLER f. MARKUS, KELLER f. WECHSLER, KELLMANN,
KELLNER f. LANZET, KEPPEL, KERER, KERN, KERSTENBAUM, KESLER,
KESSLER, KESTEN, KESTENBLATT, KIESEL, KIESELSTEIN, KIESLER, KILLEM,
KIMMEL, KIMMELMAN, KIRSCHEN, KISELSTEIN, KISSEL, KITAJ, KITTAJ,
KITTEL, KITTLER, KITTNER, KIWETZ, KLAHR, KLANG, KLARFELD,
KLARNET, KLAUPFER, KLEIN, KLEINBERG, KLEINER, KLEINER f. BRENNER,
KLEINER r. SEIDEN, KLEINSTEIN, KLING, KLINGER, KLINGHOFFER, KLOTZ,
KLUGER, KLUGHAUPT, KNAPPER, KNETTER, KNOPF, KNOPFHOLZ,
KOESTENBLATT, KOFFLER, KOGNT f. WEITZENHOFER, KOGUT, KOHL,
KOHN, KOHN recte HALPERN, KOLLENDER, KOLPAK, KOLPAN, KONIG,
KONIGSBERG, KONIGSBERG f. SCHMAJUK, KOPF, KOPFERWASSER,
KOPFSCHNEKER, KOPPEL, KOPPEL f. SELZER, KORA, KORBES, KORBHOLZ,
KORN, KORNBAUM, KORNBERG, KORNBLAU, KORNBLUTH, KORNFELD,
KORNFELD f. NADEL, KORNGRUN, KORNHABER, KORNMEHL, KORNSTEIN,
KORNWEITZ, KOSER, KOSSER, KOSTENBAND, KOSTENBLAT,
KOSTENBLATT, KOTIES, KOTTLAR, KOZINER, KOZOWER, KRAMBERG,
KRAMER, KRAMMER, KRAMS, KRAUS, KRAUT, KREBS, KREISBERG f.
HAMMER, KREITNEL, KREITNER, KRELL, KREMER, KREUTNER, KRIJ, KRIJ f.
WEISSBROD, KRISS, KRISTJAMPOLER, KRITZ, KROCHMAL, KROCHMALNYK,
KROM, KRON, KRONISCH, KRONISCH f. SCHWARZ, KRUH,
KRYSTYAMPOLER, KRYWULKA, KUBERT, KUHN, KUJ, KUJ f. SUESS, KUJ f.
THALER, KULIE, KUNKE, KUNSTLER, KUPFERMANN, KURASCH, KURFIRST,
KURFURST, KURFURST f. WEIHRAUCH, KURZ, KURZER, KURZMANN,
KURZROCK, KWEJLER, KWELLER

LABINER, LADFISCH, LADSLEIN, LANDAU, LANDE, LANDER, LANDES,
LANDESBAUM, LANDESBAUM f. GLEIT, LANDESBERG, LANDESMANN,
LANDFISCH, LANDMANN, LANDMERER, LANDSTEIN, LANER f.
FRIEDMANN, LANES, LANGER, LANGMANN, LANZET, LAPIJOWKER,
LATEINER, LAUB, LAUER, LAUFER, LAUFER f. ZAUBER, LAUFER f.
ZWERDLING, LAWNER, LAZARUS, LEBER, LEHAN, LEHRER, LEIBEL,
LEIBELES, LEIBLINGER, LEIBSTEIN, LEIFER, LEIMBERG, LEINER, LEINWAND,
LEITNER, LEMPERT, LEMPORT, LEMSTER, LENDER, LENZ, LERCHER,
LERNER, LEW, LEWINGER, LEWINTER, LEWITTER, LEWITTES, LIBOWNER,
LICHTAMNN, LICHTENBERG, LICHTENTHAL, LICHTIGFELD, LICHTMANN,
LIEBENNAN, LIEBERGALL, LIEBERMANN, LIEBHICH, LIEBLICH, LIEBLING,
LIEBMANN, LIEBSTEIN, LIEFERANT, LIFSCHUTZ, LILIENFELD, LILKER, LILLE,
LINCZES, LINCZYC, LINDEMANN, LINDENMANN, LINDERMANN, LINER,
LINHARDT, LIPHSCHUTZ, LIPPE, LIPPER, LIPSCHUTZ, LIST f. EDERER,
LITUCZY, LORBER, LORBER f. FREUND, LOW, LOWENHAAR, LOWENHAFT,
LOWENSOHN, LOWENSTARK, LOWENSTOCK, LUBIANIKER, LUBIANKER,
LUBJANIKER, LUBLINER, LUDWAK, LUFITG, LUFTIG, LUNGE, LUNGER, LUP,
LUSTIG, LUTWAK, LWOW

MACIN, MAGER, MAGID, MAHLER, MAIBLUM, MAJKAFER, MAJKEFER,
MAJULIK, MAKUTRA, MALEC, MALES, MALKIMANN, MALKISCHER,
MANDEL, MANDELBAUM, MANDELKER, MANDLER, MANDLER f.
AUERBACH, MANHEIM, MANNHEIM, MANTEL, MANTL, MARAMPOLER f.
MANDEL, MARASCH, MARBACH, MARBACH vel FISCHEL, MARDER,
MARGULIES, MARGULIES f. FELD, MARIASZ, MARIENBERG, MARKHEIM,
MARKMANN, MARKSTEIN, MARKUS, MARKUS f. KELLER, MARMOR,
MARMOR f. LANDAU, MARMOREK, MARYASCH, MARYASZ, MASCH,
MASKIBOJNIK, MASS, MATZ, MAUER, MAUER f. GOLDSTEIN, MAUER f.
ZLATKES, MAURER, MAURER r. DRESSLER, MAY, MEDIENE, MEERGRUN,
MEERSAND, MEHL, MEHLER, MEHLER f. HALPERN, MEHLER f.
NESTROWITZER, MEHLER f. WEST, MEHLSACK, MEIDELMANN, MEIER,
MEISELES, MEISELMANN, MEISINGER, MEISTRICH, MELLER, MELZER,
MENCZER, MENDEL, MENDERER, MENKER, MENKES, MENKIES, MENTSCH,
MERKER, MERLIN, MERSAND, MESCHNIK, MESSING, MESSUTA, MESSUTTO,
MESUTE, MESUTTA, METH, MICHALOWICZ, MIESES, MIGDEN, MIKULINCER,
MILCHRAHM, MILCHRAM, MILGRAM, MILGROM, MILION, MILLGROM, MILZ,
MITTELMAN, MITTELMANN, MITTMANN, MIZES, MODLINGER,
MONDSCHEIN, MONIEL, MONIES, MONIES f. HORCHITZ, MONIS,
MORDCHE, MORECKI, MORGENROTH, MORGENSTERN, MORITZ, MORKS,
MOSTER, MOSZKOWICZ, MUCZNIK, MUHL, MUHLMANN, MUHLRAD,
MUHLSTOCK, MULLER, MULLER f. ANDERMAN, MUNZER, MUSCHEL,
MUSZEL

NACHWALTER, NADEL, NADEL f. FEDER, NAGER, NAGLER, NAGLER f.
KOHN, NEIER, NEMEROWER, NEMROWER, NESHOWILZER, NESTROWITZER,
NEUBAUER, NEUGEBOREN, NEUGRUN, NEUMAN, NEUMANN, NEUSCHULER,
NEUSCHULLER, NIEMAND, NIERNBERG, NIPOMNISZER, NIWES, NIWES f.
SCHERMANN, NOWIKER, NURENBERG, NURNBERG, NUSBRECHER,
NUSSBAUM, NUSSBAUM f. DIWER, NUSSBAUM f. OBLER, NUSSBRECHER,
NUSSENBAUM

OBLER, OBLER f. STARK v. KESTENBLATT, OCHS, OCHSENHORN,
OCHSNER, OCZERET, OHL, OHLBERG f. MARMOREK, OHRENSTEIN,
OHRSTEIN, OLEKSINCER, OLEKSYNCER, OLESKER, OLEXINCER, OLICZER,
OLINGER, ORDOWER, ORLINSKI, ORNSTEIN, OSCH, OSLIEB, OSTERN,
OSTERSETZER

PACHTER, PACKEL vel TURKEL, PACKET, PACZENIK, PAKET, PALEK,
PALICZUK, PAPERNIK, PAPERNIK f. LEISNER, PAPIER, PAPIERNIK, PAPLIR,
PAPORISCH, PAPORISZ, PARILLE, PARISER, PARKES, PARNAS, PARNASS,
PARNES, PASAMANEK, PASAMANIK, PASTERNAK, PECH, PECHTER,
PECZENIK, PECZENIK f. AXELRAD, PEITSCHKOWITZ f. ROSEN, PELLER,
PELZ, PELZWERGER, PENIAKER, PENIAKIER, PEPIS, PEPPIS, PERL, PERL f.
KURZ, PERLBERGER, PERLMANN, PERLMUTTER, PETERSIEL, PETERSIEL f.
FUCHS, PETERSIL, PETICHY, PFEFFER, PFEFFER f. SOMMERSTEIN, PFEFFER
f. VOGELMAN, PFEFFER f. VOGELMANN, PFEFFERBLITH, PFEFFERBLUTH,
PFEFFERR, PFEFFERSTEIN, PFLANZ, PICKET, PICKHOLZ, PIEPES,
PIETRUSZKA, PIKHOLZ, PILCER, PILCZER, PILIPOWSKI, PILPEL, PINELES,
PINELES f. SYGALL, PINS, PIPES, PLAGER, PLANER, PLATER, PLEITMANN,
PLEITMANN, PLISSNER, PLUSCHNER, PODHORCER, PODHORZER,
PODOLER, POHORILLES, POHORYLES, POHORYLLES, POHRILLE, POLAK,
POLLAK, POMERANZ, POPERNIK, POPPER, POPPERS, PORAS, POSNER,
POSNER f. FUCHS, POSSNER, POTASCHNIK, POTICHY, PRAGER, PRECZEP,
PREIS, PREISS, PREISS f. RAKER, PREMINGER, PRESSER, PREWERSKA,
PRIMCHE, PRINZ, PRINZENTHAL, PROBE, PROBER, PROPER, PUDLES,
PUHACZ, PULVER, PUNDIG, PUNDYK, PUNEM

RABINOWICZ, RACKER, RAGER, RAGIER, RAJCES, RAPP, RAPPA,
RAPPAPORT, RAPPOWNA, RASCHBAUM, RATHAUS, RATHAUS f. STEIN,
RATISZER, RATTNER, RATZENSTEIN, RATZENSTEIN v. MAJTE, RAWER,
RAWER f. LITTMANN, RAWICZ, RAWIER, RECHEL, RECHEL f. EILENBERG,
REGEL, REGENBOGEN, REICH, REICHENBACH, REICHENBERG, REICHMANN,
REICHSTEIN, REICHSTEIN f. NUSSBAUM, REILMANN, REINES, REISBERG,
REISCHER, REISER, REISLER, REISS, REISS f. THUMIN, REISSBERG,
REISSMANN, REITER, REITMANN, REITZENBEIN, REIZENBEIN, REIZES,
REMENIUK, RENDELSTEIN, RETTER, REU, RIDKES f. SCHUSSBERG, RIEMAN,
RIFCZES, RINGEL, RINGLER, RINTEL, RIWER, ROBINSOHN, ROBINSON,
ROHOTINER, ROKACH, ROLL, ROMER, RONIN, ROSEN, ROSEN f. DREKSLER,
ROSENBAUM, ROSENBERG, ROSENBERG f. GLASNER, ROSENBLATT,
ROSENBLUM, ROSENFELD, ROSENGARTEN, ROSENKRANZ, ROSENMAN,
ROSENMANN, ROSENSTOCK, ROSENSTRAUCH, ROSENSTRAUCH v. NIWES,
ROSENSTROCH, ROSENTHAL, ROSENWASSER, ROSENZWEIG, ROSLER,
ROSNER f. ROSENBERG, ROSNER f. TAUB, ROSS, ROSSMAN, ROTH, ROTH
f. HOCHBAUM, ROTHENBERG, ROTHENBERG f. GOLDENHERZ, ROTHFELD,
ROTHSTEIN, ROTISCHER, ROTTENBERG, ROTTER, RUBEL, RUBIN, RUBIN f.
SOMMERSTEIN, RUBINFARB, RUBINSTEIN, RUDMANN, RUDNER, RUDNIK,
RUDOLF, RUGER, RUHIG, RUM, RUMM, RUSSMANN, RUTEN, RUTHEN,
RUTTEN, RUTTIN, RYMALOWER

SACHS, SAFIER, SAFTEL, SALVER, SALZ, SAMBOL, SAMBOR, SAMET,
SAMMET, SAPHIER, SAPHIR, SASOWER, SASS, SASS f. ALTMANN,
SASSOWER, SATANOWER, SAUBER, SAUBERMANN, SCHABAS, SCHABES,
SCHACH f. BERGER, SCHACHLER, SCHACHTER, SCHACHTER f.
FRIEDBERG, SCHACHTER?, SCHAFFER, SCHAFKOPF, SCHALIETE, SCHALIT,
SCHALLIT, SCHAMES, SCHAMIR, SCHAPIRA, SCHAPIRA f. HOROWITZ,
SCHAPIRA f. KATZ, SCHAPIRA f. KOSTORYS, SCHAPIRE, SCHAPU,
SCHARER, SCHARF, SCHARFSPITZ, SCHARMANN, SCHASS, SCHAUB,
SCHAUBEN, SCHECHTER, SCHEIN, SCHEINDL, SCHEINES, SCHENKEL,
SCHENKER, SCHEPS, SCHER, SCHERER, SCHERER f. BARBAN, SCHERER f.
REISSMAN, SCHERMANN, SCHERZNIK, SCHIFERMANN, SCHIFFENBAUER,
SCHIFFERMAN, SCHIFFERMANN, SCHIFFMAN, SCHIFFMANN, SCHIKLER,
SCHILMANN, SCHIMSKER, SCHINAGEL, SCHINASS, SCHINDELHEIM,
SCHINDERMANN, SCHINDLER, SCHLECKER, SCHLEFER, SCHLEGER,
SCHLEICHER, SCHLEIFER, SCHLEKER, SCHLENGEL, SCHLEPS, SCHLESINGER,
SCHMARAK, SCHMARAK f. WILDMAN, SCHMARZWALD, SCHMATE,
SCHMELZ, SCHMERGEL, SCHMETTER, SCHMIERER, SCHMILZ, SCHMMATE,
SCHMUCKLER, SCHMUKLER, SCHMUTZ, SCHNAPEK, SCHNAPIK, SCHNECK,
SCHNEE, SCHNEID, SCHNEIDER, SCHNEPF, SCHNEPP, SCHNEYER,
SCHNITZER, SCHNUTZER, SCHOHRER, SCHOLZ f. HALPERN, SCHONFELD,
SCHONHAUS, SCHONHAUT, SCHONHOLZ, SCHONHOLZ f. FLEISCHMAN,
SCHONSTER, SCHOR, SCHORER, SCHORMAN, SCHORR, SCHORRMAN,
SCHORZ, SCHOSSEL, SCHRANZEL, SCHRAUBER, SCHREIBER, SCHRENZEL,
SCHRIFT, SCHRITZER, SCHULBAUM, SCHULFOND, SCHULMANN,
SCHULMANOWICZ, SCHULSTER, SCHUSSBERG, SCHUSSEL, SCHUTZ,
SCHUTZER, SCHWADRON, SCHWALB, SCHWALBENNEST, SCHWARZ,
SCHWARZ f. JAFF, SCHWARZAPFEL, SCHWARZBARD, SCHWARZBERG,
SCHWARZBERG f. WINKLER, SCHWARZMAN, SCHWARZMANN, SCHWEBEL,
SCHWEIG, SCHWEIG f. GELLES, SCHWEITZER, SCHWERFINGER, SEELIGER,
SEFFEL, SEFTEL, SEGALL, SEGEDUN f. KOLPAN, SEGEL, SEGNER, SEID, SEID
f. FROMMER, SEIDEL, SEIDEN, SEIDENWERG, SEIDENWERG f.
TENNENBAUM, SEIDENWERK, SEIDEWERG f. ROSENFELD, SEIDLER, SEIDLER
f. KLEIN, SEIDMAN, SEIDMANN, SEIDNER, SEIFE, SEIFER, SEINFELD, SELIG,
SELINGER f. SAFIERSTEIN, SELTZER, SELZER, SEMELS, SENEMANN false
PFAU, SENENSIEB, SENSER, SERETH, SERKES, SETZER, SHWARTZ, SIEBERT,
SIEGELBAUM, SIEGELWACHS, SIGAL, SIGALL, SILB f. FENSTER, SILBER,
SILBER f. ROZEN, SILBER r. ZIMMERMANN, SILBERBERG f. MANTEL,
SILBERG, SILBERMAN, SILBERMANN, SILBERMANN false EICHENBAUM,
SILBERSTEIN, SINAJ, SIRKES, SKALA, SKALER, SKULSKY, SLOMNICKI,
SOBEL, SOBELMANN, SOBELSOHN, SOBELSOHN f. FROMMER, SOJZIES,
SOMMER, SOMMERFLECK, SOMMERSTEIN, SONNE, SONNENSCHEIN,
SOSNIWKER, SPACIERER, SPANBERG, SPANIER, SPATZ, SPEICHER,
SPEICHER f. TURKEL, SPEISER, SPEIZER, SPERLING, SPIEGEL, SPIEGEL f.
MENCZER, SPIEGELGLAS, SPIEGELGLASS, SPIEGERLAS, SPIEL, SPIELBERG,
SPIELER, SPIELHOLZ, SPINDEL, SPINDLER, SPIZEL, SPRECHER, SPRING,
SPRINGER, SPRINGER f. KUPFERWASSER, SPRINGMANN, SPUMBERG,
SPUNBERG, SPUNBERG f. CZERWITZ, STAMEISEN, STANGER, STARCK,
STARK, STARKSCHALL, STAROSIOLLER, STAROSOLER, STAUB, STECHEL,
STECKEL, STECKL, STEICHER, STEIFSTEIN, STEIGER, STEIN, STEIN f.
BRANDES, STEIN r. DRUCKER, STEINBERG, STEINHARDT, STEINHAUER,
STEINHAUS, STEINHAUS f. GINSBERG, STEINHAUS f. SUFRIN, STEINHOLZ,
STEINKLAM, STEINSCHNEIDER, STEINSCHNEIDER f. HALPERN,
STEINWURZEL, STENDER, STERN, STERNBERG, STERNGLAS, STERNIK,
STERNSCHUSS, STEUERMAN, STEUERMANN, STOCK, STOCKEL, STOKEL,
STOLER, STOLZENBERG, STRAU, STRAUCH, STREIT, STURM, SUCHMAN,
SUFRIN, SUMMERFLECK, SUPERFAIM, SUSSKIND, SUSSMAN, SUSSMAN f.
JARYCZOWER, SUSSMANN, SYGALL, SYGALL f. SCHAPIRA, SZAPIRA,
SZAPIRA f. WECHSLER, SZATZBERG, SZLOMKOWICZ, SZOSTAK,
SZWARAPFEL

TABACZNIK, TABAK, TABAK f. GELBARD, TAFET, TAFFET, TAHLER, TALEK,
TALER, TANNENBAUM, TAPPER, TARANTEL, TARASZCZUK, TATAR, TAUB,
TAUB r. WERBER, TAUBELES, TAUBER, TAURER, TEIBER, TEICH,
TEICHHOLZ, TEICHMAN, TEICHMANN, TEIK, TEITEL, TEITELBAUM,
TENENBAUM, TENNEBAUM, TENNENBAUM, TENNENBAUM f. ADLERSTEIN,
TEPPER, TEPPERBERG, TEPPERMAN, TERKEL, TERNSOF, TERZNHOF,
TEUWIN, THAL, THALER, THORSNHOF, TILL, TINDEL, TOKAJER, TOLMECZ,
TORCZANER, TORCZANER f. SCHAPIRA, TORSUHOF f. POLLAK,
TRACHTENBERG, TRACHTENBROT, TRAGER, TRAWINSKI, TREISTER,
TRESTER, TREUSTER, TRIEF, TROMEL, TSCHUBATYJ, TUCHFELD,
TULLMANN, TUNIS, TURER, TURINGER, TURK, TURKEL, TURKEL f. PRINZ,
TURKL

ULIWER, UNGAR, UNGER, UNTER, UNTERBERG, UNTERMAN, UNTERMANN,
URI, URICH

VERSTANDIG, VOGEL, VOGELBAUM, VOGELFUTTIG, VOGELMAN,
VOGELMANN, VORSPAN

WACHS, WACHTEL, WACHTEL f. REISSMAN, WACHTER, WAGREICH,
WAGSCHAL, WAHRHAFTIG f. CLIMKES, WALALCH f. DRUCKER, WALD,
WALDMANN, WALLACH, WALLACH f. DRUCKER, WALLACH f. NUSSBAUM,
WALLFISCH, WALTUCH, WALTUCH f. ZAUBER, WAND, WANDER,
WARTENBERG, WARTENBERG f. FRUCHTMAN, WARTENFELD, WASSER,
WASSERMAN, WASSERMANN, WASSERMUHL, WASSERSTROCH,
WASSERSTROM, WASSNER, WATTENMACHER, WEBELMANN, WEBER,
WECHLER, WECHSLER, WEGMAN, WEHLER, WEIBBERG, WEIBER f BORER,
WEIDNER, WEIGER, WEIGLER, WEIGSMANN, WEIHRAUCH, WEINBAUM,
WEINBER, WEINBERG, WEINER, WEINER z domu ROSENSTRAUCH,
WEINFELD, WEINGARTEN, WEINGAST, WEINGLASS, WEINLOS, WEINMAN,
WEINSAFT, WEINSTEIN, WEINSTERN, WEINSTOCH, WEINSTOCK,
WEINSTOCK f. DEUTSCH, WEINSTOCK f. TEITELBAUM, WEINTRAUB,
WEINTRAUB f. DICK, WEINTRAUB f. GLANZBERG, WEINTRAUB f.
HALBERTAL, WEISBARST, WEISBROD, WEISELES, WEISER, WEISGLAS,
WEISHAAR, WEISHAAR f. WALLACH, WEISHAUS, WEISHAUT, WEISKOPF,
WEISMANN, WEISMANN r. WINKLER, WEISNICHT, WEISS, WEISSBARST,
WEISSBERG, WEISSBLUM, WEISSBROD, WEISSBROT, WEISSER, WEISSGLAS,
WEISSGLASS f. BERGSHOFF, WEISSGLASS f. LATIENER, WEISSHAAR,
WEISSHAUS, WEISSMAN, WEISSMANN, WEISSMEHL, WEISSTAUB, WEISSTEIN,
WEISSVOGEL, WEISTAUB, WEITMANN, WEITZ, WEITZENBERG,
WEITZENHOFER, WEITZKORN, WEITZMANN, WEITZMANN f. TABAK,
WELEDNIG, WELEDNIGER, WELEDNIKER, WENDEL, WERBER, WERBER f.
TAUS, WERFEL, WERTER, WEST, WETLER, WEWRIK, WICERABIN, WIDHOFF,
WIELKOCZ, WIENER, WIESEL, WIESELTIER, WILHOF, WILLNER, WILLNER r.
ROSENFELD, WILNER, WINDMUHL, WINKELMAN, WINKLER, WINTER,
WINTERFELD, WITKOWER, WITLIN, WITRIOL, WLODNIGER, WOHL,
WOHLMAN, WOHLMANN, WOLF, WOLFENHAUT, WOLFSTHAL, WOLFTHAL,
WOLFZAHN, WOLFZAHN f. HIRSCHHORN, WOLKENBERG, WOLLACH,
WOLLNER, WORTMAN, WUFKE, WUNDERLICH, WYNOKUROW

ZAHLER, ZAMOJRE, ZAWALYWAR, ZEHER, ZEIG, ZEIGER, ZELLER,
ZELLERMAYER, ZENGER, ZETNER, ZIEBUCH, ZIEMENT, ZIKORIE,
ZILLERMAYER, ZILZ, ZIMANN f. ZUPPER, ZIMBLER, ZIMELES, ZIMET,
ZIMMER, ZIMMERMANN, ZIMOND, ZIMRING, ZINDLER, ZINN, ZIPPER,
ZIPPER f. GLASNER, ZIPRIS, ZITRON, ZLATKES, ZOHAJ f. PECZENIK,
ZOJREF, ZOLLER, ZUCKER, ZUCKERHANDEL, ZUCKERKANDEL,
ZUCKERKANDL, ZUCKERMAN, ZUCKERMANN, ZUKERMANN, ZUPNIK,
ZURBIL, ZWANGER, ZWECK, ZWEIG, ZWERDLING, ZWERGEL, ZWERLING,
ZWIEBEL, ZWILLING, ZWILLING f. MEHLER, ZYDOWIECKI, ZYTRON


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Tarnopol 1910 Census: Surname List & Explanations #galicia

Pamela Weisberger
 

Dear Galician Researchers:

Recently I announced Gesher Galicia's completion of the indexing of the
1910 Tarnopol Jewish Census. Containing almost 14,000 names, it
enumerates every Jewish resident living in Tarnopol in 1910, along with
information on people who had moved away permanently, or were
studying in other locales, provided by family members. Entire
households are listed together with house numbers, professions, and
ages, with relationships clearly delineated.

As an addendum to my earlier posting, what follows is a complete list of
surnames (including hyphenated, or double surnames) which are found
in the census.

As an explanation, these "double names" are a result of the Habsburg
Empire's non-recognition of Jewish religious marriages, as opposed to
civil marriages registered with the government, which the majority of
Galician Jews resisted. Children >from these marriages were registered in
birth records as "illegitimate" and there were numerous variations in
surnames were assigned. Most of the religiously-married women
retained their maiden names and children were assigned the mother's
name unless -- sometimes -- the father appeared where vital records
were registered to make a legal claim to be the father. Even then, with
large families, researchers will notice great variation in how names were
entered in the record books. Within one family, the first child might
carry the mother's name, a later sibling, the father's name and
sometimes no surname would be listed at all for many of the children.
As these children married and had their own children more double
names would crop up.

A few such examples >from the list below are:

BERLAS f. FRAUENGLASS ,
BURSTIN f. SILBERMANN
KOHN recht HALPERN
WOLFZAHN f. HIRSCHHORN
DERFLER vel THUMIN

"Vel is >from the Latin, which translates to "also known as." The resident
was known by both names, probably as a result of a religious marriage
where the person might carry the mother's name and, at other times, by
the father's name. (If appearing between two given names, this usually
represents the Jewish versus secular surname, or a nickname/kinnui,
versus legal given name.)

"Recte" translates to "legally" and would mean that this surname was the
"legal" name.

"False" or ("f") implies a name change by usage, not by legal means. This
term might also be considered the reverse of "recte."

All of these notations are subject to various interpretations, however,
given the complicated system of registering Jewish births, deaths and
marriages in Galicia.

The surname list below is in alphabetical order by the first surname
written in the census, even as part of a double name, so read through
the entire list.

Names are listed here as they appear in the index, transcribed by our
Polish indexing team >from the handwritten census which, itself, might
have been re-copied >from the Austrian original. Interpreting handwriting
can be tricky. Additionally, in some cases handwriting is correctly
transcribed, but the person making the original entry misspelled a name.
We plan to issue corrections to errors in transcription as they become
evident, and possibly add annotations, provided by researchers, of what
the correct name probably was, despite a misspelling in the official
record.

The census data will be added to the All Galicia Database in late January,
but qualified contributors (there are varying levels) will have early access
to the images, and/or the Excel spreadsheets, so they can sort data to
enhance searches.

A contribution of $180 provides access to the census images and the
Excel file. A contribution of $100 provides access to the Excel file and
scans of records once available. Access passwords will be sent out in
about a week's time to those who have contributed. More information on
donation levels, with annotated census images and spreadsheet example,
can be found here:

http://www.geshergalicia.org/projects/tarnopol-1910-census/

Donations (check or credit card) can be made by clicking "Donate" on
our home page.

Any earlier list published on other SIG lists was missing several names,
but this one is complete, so if you reviewed it in previous postings,
please take a second look. This list will soon be available on the
Tarnopol Census project page on the GG website.

I cannot provide you with specific information on any of the surnames
listed right now, but you will be able to search, for free, when the data
goes live at the end of January 2014.

Thanks to Ann Harris and Renee Steinig for assisting with the creation
of this list.

Happy hunting...

Pamela Weisberger
President, Gesher Galicia
Santa Monica, CA
pweisberger@gmail.com

[MODERATOR NOTE: We do not usually post messages that include long
lists of surnames or towns. An exception was made because of the
importance of this source to a very large number of researchers.]

"Surnames Found in the 1910 Tarnopol Census"

ACKEN, ACKER, ACKERMANN, ADLER, ADLER f. PERLMUTTER,
ADLERSTEIN, AKSELRAD, ALBAUM, ALBERHAND, ALDES, ALLERHAND,
ALTBERG, ALTBERG f. ASPIS, ALTER, ALTMANN, ALTSCHULER,
ALTSCHULLER, ALTSTADTER, ALTSTADTER f. OCZERET, AMARANT,
AMBOS, ANDERMAN, ANMELDUNG, ANSTERN, APERMAN, APFELBAUM,
APPEL, APPELBLUM, APPERMAN, APSER, APTER, APTOWICER, APTOWICZ,
APTOWITZER, ARAK, ARNER, ASCHKENASE, ASCHKENASY, ASCHKENAZE,
ASCHKENAZY, ASCHKENZE f. SPRECHER, ASCHKENZE f. TURKEL,
ASZKENAZY, ATLAS, ATTERMANN, AUERBACH, AUERHAHN, AUERHAHN
f. FELD, AUERHAN, AUGENBLICK, AUGENBLUCK, AUSLENGER, AUSTERN,
AUTMANN, AWNER, AWNER r. TAFFET, AXELRAD

BABAD, BABAR, BACH, BACKER, BACKERMANN, BACKFON, BADIAN, BAL,
BALIN, BALTER, BALTUCH, BAND, BANDLER, BARABAN, BARAK, BARAK f.
SOMMERSTEIN, BARAL, BARALL, BARAM, BARAS, BARAS f. TURKEL,
BARASCH, BARASS, BARASZ, BARBAK, BARBAN, BARBASCH, BARBASZ,
BARD, BARDACH, BARDFELD, BARLES f. SIGALL, BARMASCH, BARSCHAK,
BARTASCH, BARYNENKO, BASS, BAU, BAUMENBLUTH, BAUMGARTEN,
BAUMINGER, BAZAR, BECHER, BECKER, BECKERMANN, BECKMAN,
BECKMANN, BECKMANN f. LEHRER, BEER, BEIDAFF, BEIGEL, BEIN, BEINER,
BEINISCH, BELEMER, BELFER, BELKOWICZ, BENDEL, BENZION, BEREZOWSKI,
BERGER, BERGGRUN, BERGMANN, BERGNER, BERGSTOFF, BERKOWICZ,
BERLAS, BERLAS f. FRAUENGLASS, BERLIN, BERMAN, BERMANN,
BERNBLUM, BERNER, BERNHAUT, BERNSOHN, BERNSTEIN, BERNSTEIN f.
ROSENSTRAUCH, BERSAM, BERSTEIN, BERTH, BETTINGER, BETTLER,
BEUTEL, BEZPOJASNIK, BIBERSTEIN, BICK, BIEBERSTEIN, BIEDENBERG,
BIEGELEISEN, BIELER, BIELFELD, BIELLER, BIEN, BIENER, BIERBRANER,
BIERENBERG, BILBER, BILKER, BILLIG, BINDER, BINDER f. BLATT,
BIRENBAUM, BIRKENFELD, BIRNBAUM, BIRNBERG, BISKER, BIZOF,
BLANSTEIN, BLATNER, BLATT, BLATTER, BLAU, BLAUFELD, BLAUSTEIN,
BLAUSTEIN f. FREURICH, BLAWAT, BLECH, BLEICH, BLEICHER, BLEIFELD,
BLEISTIFT, BLEIWEIS, BLEMER, BLEMMER, BLITZ, BLUM, BLUMENFELD,
BLUMER, BLUMMER f. WEISSBACH, BLUSSEN f. SCHARF, BOGNER, BOHMEN,
BOMBERG, BOMSE, BOST, BRAMNIK r. HAMMER, BRANANDEIS, BRANDEK,
BRANDES, BRANDT, BRAUERAWA, BRAUN, BRAUNER, BRAUNSTEIN,
BRAWER, BRAYER, BREIER, BREILENBAUM, BREIT, BREITENBAUM,
BREITMAN, BREITMANN, BREMOWLER, BRENESSEL, BRENESSEL f. BUSKER,
BRENNER, BRENNER f. EPSTEIN, BRENNESSEL, BRIEF, BRILLAND, BRILLANT,
BRILLER, BROCH, BROCZYNER, BROD, BROMER, BRUCHES, BRUCHES f.
WEIGREICH, BRUCK, BRULLER, BRUM, BRUMM, BRUMMER, BRUMMER ryt.
IMBER, BRUN, BRUNN, BRUST, BRYLLAND, BUCHHOLZ, BUCHMAN,
BUCHMANN, BUCHSBAUM, BUCHWALD, BUCZACZ, BUCZACZER, BUDABIN,
BUGE, BURSTIN f. SILBERMANN, BUTTERKLEE, BUXBAUM, BYC

CHARAL, CHARAP, CHARINER, CHARTINER, CHINKES, CHMIELOWSKI,
CHUWEN, CITRON, CYBUCH, CZABAN, CZACZKES, CZACZKES f.
SCHIFFMANN, CZACZKES f. TABAK?, CZACZKIES, CZIRLIK, CZOBAN,
CZYGLIK

DALESCH, DALICZ, DANIELSKI, DANKER f. THAU, DANKNER, DAWIDSOHN,
DEGEN, DEIM, DELLMAN, DEMANT, DEMM, DENKER, DERBLICH, DERER,
DERER f. FRANKEL, DERER f. LEIDENWERK, DERFLER vel THUMIN,
DEUTSCH, DIAMAND, DIAMANT, DICK, DICKES, DICKES f. GRUNBAUM,
DIENER, DINE, DINER, DINES, DINNER, DIWER, DLUGACZ, DOLINER, DON,
DONNER, DORFTER, DORNBAUM, DORZAWETZ, DRANGER, DRATH,
DREIFINGER, DREIFUSS, DREKSLER, DRESSLER, DRETTLER, DREXLER,
DRIKS, DRIMER, DRIMMER, DRUBICZ, DRUCKER, DUBOWE f. POLLAK,
DUBOWER f. HERZOG, DUBOWY, DUCHOWNA, DUCHOWNE, DUCKSTEIN,
DURST, DURST f. HELLER, DYKES, DYM, DYNES

EBERMANN, ECKHAUS, ECKSTEIN, EDELBERG, EDELMAN, EHRENFELD,
EHRENKRANZ, EHRLICH, EHRLICH f. SYGALL, EICEHNKATZ, EICHENBAUM,
EICHENKATZ, EICHENSTEIN, EIDEL, EIDERER, EILENBERG, EINGLER,
EINHORN, EINLAGER, EINLEGER, EINROCH, EISENBERG, EISENKLAM,
EISENKLAMM, EISENSTADTER, EISENSTEIN, EISNER, EISNER f. KELLER,
EITELBERG, EITELBERG f. FELD, EIZENKLAM, EKSELBIRT, EKSTEIN, ELBERG,
ELFENBEIN, ELLENBERG, ENGEL, ENGELHARDT, ENGLENDER, ENIS,
ENSELBERG, ENSER, ENTNER, EPSTEIN, ERBERLAND, ERBSEN, ERDE,
EXELBIRT

FACH, FADEN, FADENHECHT, FAKTERMAN, FALKENFLICK, FALSCHER,
FALTENBERG, FALTENBERG f. EPSTEIN, FARB, FASOLKA, FASSMAN, FED,
FEDER, FEDERBINSCH, FEDERBUSCH, FEDERBUSK, FEDMANN, FEIBER,
FEIERSTEIN, FEIG, FEIGENBAUM, FEIGENBAUM f. SUSSLAK, FEIGER,
FEILES, FEINBACH, FEINBERG, FEINGOLD, FEINTUCH, FEINTUCH f.
HELLER, FEIWEL, FELBER, FELBERBAM, FELBERBAUM, FELBERBAUM f.
POLLAK, FELD, FELD f. LIEBLING, FELDBERG, FELDHORN, FELDMAN,
FELDMANN, FELDMANN r. TEITELBAUM, FELL, FELLERBAUM, FELLNER,
FELSTENER, FENDLER, FENSTER, FERSCHKO, FERSCHLING,
FERSZKO, FERSZKY, FEUERFELD, FEUERING, FEUERMANN, FEUERRING,
FEUERSTEIN, FIAL, FIEGLER, FIGLER, FIKSEL, FIKSEL f. GOTTLIEB, FIKSEL f.
WEISSBROD, FILBERMAN, FINGER, FINGERHUT, FINK, FINKEL, FINKELSTEIN,
FINKELSTEIN f. PICKET, FINKELSTEIN f. PICKHOLZ, FINL, FISCH, FISCHBEIN,
FISCHER, FISCHHANDER, FISCHLER, FISCHMANN, FIUL, FIXEL, FLACHS,
FLACHS f. TURKEL, FLECHTER, FLECKER, FLEISCHFARB, FLEISCHFARB f.
ROTHKOPF, FLEISCHHACKER, FLEISCHHAKER, FLEISCHMAN,
FLEISCHMANN, FLEISCHMANN f. KLAHR, FLEISCHNER, FLERSCHFARB,
FLESCHNER, FLESZNER, FLICK, FLIES, FORST, FRACHTENBERG,
FRACHTENBROD f. FRACHTENBERG, FRADES, FRAENKL, FRAMMER,
FRANCOS, FRANKEL, FRANZOS, FRANZOX, FRAUENGLAS, FRAUENGLASS,
FREIBERG, FREIHAUS, FREIHAUS f. MARGULIES, FREIVOGEL,
FRENDENTHAL, FRENKEL, FRENKL, FRENZLER, FRESTER, FREUD,
FREUDENTHAL, FREUDLICH, FREUDMAN, FREUDMANN, FREUND, FREYER,
FRIED, FRIEDER, FRIEDFELD, FRIEDLANDER, FRIEDLER, FRIEDMAN,
FRIEDMAN f. MOSES, FRIEDMANN, FRIEDMANN f. DUBOWY, FRIEHOF,
FRIEZIERER, FRISCH, FROHLICH, FROMMER, FROMMER f. SEID, FROMMOS,
FRUCHT, FRUCHTMAN, FRUCHTMANN, FUCHS, FUCHS f. GELBER, FUCHS
f. RUM, FUCHS f. SCHOPPEL, FUHRER, FUHRMAN, FUHRMANN, FURMAN,
FURSETZER, FURST, FURSTADT, FUSS, FUSSTEIG, FUSTEIG

GABE vel GUNSBERG, GABEL, GANGER, GARBER, GARFEINOWA,
GARFUNKEL, GARTNER, GATANDZY, GAWLER, GEDULDIG, GEHLER,
GEIWING, GELBARD, GELBER, GELBFARB, GELHMANN, GELLER, GELLES,
GELLES r. SCHORR, GELLESMAN, GELLMANN, GENDZIAR, GENDZIAR f.
FRIEDMANN, GENZER, GERTWAGEN, GINSBERG, GINSBURG, GLANZ,
GLANZBERG, GLAS, GLASGALL, GLASGALL f. PLATER, GLASNER, GLASNER
f. NADEL, GLASSGALL, GLATTSTEIN, GLEIT, GLESMANN, GLUCK,
GLUCKMAN, GLUCKMANN, GODEL, GOLD, GOLDAPPER, GOLDBAUM,
GOLDBERG, GOLDBERGER, GOLDBRUM, GOLDBRUMM, GOLDBRUNN,
GOLDENBERG, GOLDENHIRSCH, GOLDES, GOLDFARB, GOLDFELD,
GOLDHARDT, GOLDHIRSCH, GOLDMANN, GOLDRIM, GOLDROSEN,
GOLDSCHAUM, GOLDSCHEIDER, GOLDSTEIN, GOLDSTERN, GOLDWAG,
GOLDWURM, GOLIGER, GOLIGER f. SAFIER, GOLIGIER, GOLLFRIED,
GOTFRIED, GOTT, GOTTER f. GELBER, GOTTFRIED, GOTTLIEB, GRANIK,
GRANN, GRAU, GRINSBERG, GROHS, GROSKOPF, GROSMANN, GROSS,
GROSSBERG, GROSSKOPF, GROSSMAN, GROSSMAN f. WACHTEL,
GROSSMANN, GROSSTERN, GRUBERG, GRUBIN, GRUMSPAN, GRUN,
GRUNBAUM, GRUNBERG, GRUNBLATT, GRUNDLINGER, GRUNER,
GRUNFELD, GRUNHAUT, GRUNSBERG, GRUNSEID, GRUNSPAN,
GRUNSPANN, GRUNSTEIN, GRUTZ, GUELLER f. ROSENFELD, GUNSBERG,
GUT, GUTFLEISCH, GUTSTEIN, GUTTMANN

HAAS, HABER, HACKEN, HACKER, HAFNER, HAHN f. ARAK, HALBERTHAL
f. WEINTRAUB, HALFTER, HALICZER, HALPERN, HALPERN f. NEUMAN,
HAMMER, HAND, HANDWERKER, HANZ, HARAP, HARBAND, HARTMAN,
HARTMANN, HASS, HAUER, HAUMAN, HAUPT, HAUS, HAUSNER, HECHLER,
HECHT, HECHT f. ZIPPER, HECKER, HEFTER, HEILICZER, HEILPERN,
HEIMANN, HEIMOWICZ, HEISCHMANN, HEITZENBERG, HELFER, HELICZER,
HELLER, HELLMANN, HELLREICH, HENDEL, HENDNER, HENIG, HERMAN,
HERMAN f. WEISSTAUB, HERMANN, HERNIK, HERNSTEIN, HERRMANN,
HERZ, HERZOG, HESCHELES, HESCHELES f. DOMB, HEUMAN, HEUMANN,
HEYMAN, HILF, HIMMELBRAND, HIMMELBRAND f. SPUNBERG,
HIMMELSTEIN, HINDES, HIRSCH, HIRSCHBERG, HIRSCHHAM,
HIRSCHHORN, HIRSCHHORN f. KATZ, HIRSCHHORN f. SCHALIT,
HIRSCHKLON, HIRSCHLORN, HIRSCHOM, HIRSCHORN, HIRSCHORN f.
ROSENSTRAUCH, HIRSZKOWICZ, HOCH, HOCHBAUM, HOCHBERG,
HOCHHAUS, HOCHMANN, HOFFMAN, HOFFMANN, HOFFNER,
HOFRICHTER, HOLLANDER, HOLLANDER f. HUDEL, HOLLENDER, HOPPEN,
HORCHITZ, HORN, HORNIK, HORNSTEIN, HOROWITZ, HORWITZ, HUK,
HUNGER, HUTTER, HUTTLER f. KANAREK, HUTTNER, HUTZ

IGIEL, IGIER, IGRY, IMBER, IMMERFRAU, INGLER, INGWER, IPPEL, ISSERLES

JAFF, JAGER, JAGOLNICER, JAMENFELD, JAMPOLER, JANNER, JARYCZOWER,
JARYCZOWER f. HALPERN, JAWER, JAWROWER, JOEL, JORISZ, JORYSZ f.
SCHOHAU, JUFFE, JUGENDFREUND, JUNG, JUNG v. PROBE, JUNGFRAU,
JUTTKES

KACZER, KACZIK, KACZKA, KACZYK, KAGAN, KAHANE, KAHANE f.
GOLDMANN, KAHANE f. TAFFET, KALACHSTEIN, KALAPES, KALBER,
KALISCH, KALT, KAMINKER, KAMM, KAMMELHAAR, KAMMERTHAAR,
KANAREK, KANCZUKIER, KANCZYKER, KANDEL, KANEL, KANIUK, KANIUK
f. SPRING, KANNER, KANTOROWICZ, KAPAN, KARMELIN, KARMIOL, KARP,
KARP f. STEIN, KARPEL, KARPF, KATZ, KATZ f. NADEL, KATZ f.
NOMROWER, KATZ r. PFEFFER, KAUFMANN, KAUL, KEJLES f. BARAL,
KELHOFFER, KELLER, KELLER f. MARKUS, KELLER f. WECHSLER, KELLMANN,
KELLNER f. LANZET, KEPPEL, KERER, KERN, KERSTENBAUM, KESLER,
KESSLER, KESTEN, KESTENBLATT, KIESEL, KIESELSTEIN, KIESLER, KILLEM,
KIMMEL, KIMMELMAN, KIRSCHEN, KISELSTEIN, KISSEL, KITAJ, KITTAJ,
KITTEL, KITTLER, KITTNER, KIWETZ, KLAHR, KLANG, KLARFELD,
KLARNET, KLAUPFER, KLEIN, KLEINBERG, KLEINER, KLEINER f. BRENNER,
KLEINER r. SEIDEN, KLEINSTEIN, KLING, KLINGER, KLINGHOFFER, KLOTZ,
KLUGER, KLUGHAUPT, KNAPPER, KNETTER, KNOPF, KNOPFHOLZ,
KOESTENBLATT, KOFFLER, KOGNT f. WEITZENHOFER, KOGUT, KOHL,
KOHN, KOHN recte HALPERN, KOLLENDER, KOLPAK, KOLPAN, KONIG,
KONIGSBERG, KONIGSBERG f. SCHMAJUK, KOPF, KOPFERWASSER,
KOPFSCHNEKER, KOPPEL, KOPPEL f. SELZER, KORA, KORBES, KORBHOLZ,
KORN, KORNBAUM, KORNBERG, KORNBLAU, KORNBLUTH, KORNFELD,
KORNFELD f. NADEL, KORNGRUN, KORNHABER, KORNMEHL, KORNSTEIN,
KORNWEITZ, KOSER, KOSSER, KOSTENBAND, KOSTENBLAT,
KOSTENBLATT, KOTIES, KOTTLAR, KOZINER, KOZOWER, KRAMBERG,
KRAMER, KRAMMER, KRAMS, KRAUS, KRAUT, KREBS, KREISBERG f.
HAMMER, KREITNEL, KREITNER, KRELL, KREMER, KREUTNER, KRIJ, KRIJ f.
WEISSBROD, KRISS, KRISTJAMPOLER, KRITZ, KROCHMAL, KROCHMALNYK,
KROM, KRON, KRONISCH, KRONISCH f. SCHWARZ, KRUH,
KRYSTYAMPOLER, KRYWULKA, KUBERT, KUHN, KUJ, KUJ f. SUESS, KUJ f.
THALER, KULIE, KUNKE, KUNSTLER, KUPFERMANN, KURASCH, KURFIRST,
KURFURST, KURFURST f. WEIHRAUCH, KURZ, KURZER, KURZMANN,
KURZROCK, KWEJLER, KWELLER

LABINER, LADFISCH, LADSLEIN, LANDAU, LANDE, LANDER, LANDES,
LANDESBAUM, LANDESBAUM f. GLEIT, LANDESBERG, LANDESMANN,
LANDFISCH, LANDMANN, LANDMERER, LANDSTEIN, LANER f.
FRIEDMANN, LANES, LANGER, LANGMANN, LANZET, LAPIJOWKER,
LATEINER, LAUB, LAUER, LAUFER, LAUFER f. ZAUBER, LAUFER f.
ZWERDLING, LAWNER, LAZARUS, LEBER, LEHAN, LEHRER, LEIBEL,
LEIBELES, LEIBLINGER, LEIBSTEIN, LEIFER, LEIMBERG, LEINER, LEINWAND,
LEITNER, LEMPERT, LEMPORT, LEMSTER, LENDER, LENZ, LERCHER,
LERNER, LEW, LEWINGER, LEWINTER, LEWITTER, LEWITTES, LIBOWNER,
LICHTAMNN, LICHTENBERG, LICHTENTHAL, LICHTIGFELD, LICHTMANN,
LIEBENNAN, LIEBERGALL, LIEBERMANN, LIEBHICH, LIEBLICH, LIEBLING,
LIEBMANN, LIEBSTEIN, LIEFERANT, LIFSCHUTZ, LILIENFELD, LILKER, LILLE,
LINCZES, LINCZYC, LINDEMANN, LINDENMANN, LINDERMANN, LINER,
LINHARDT, LIPHSCHUTZ, LIPPE, LIPPER, LIPSCHUTZ, LIST f. EDERER,
LITUCZY, LORBER, LORBER f. FREUND, LOW, LOWENHAAR, LOWENHAFT,
LOWENSOHN, LOWENSTARK, LOWENSTOCK, LUBIANIKER, LUBIANKER,
LUBJANIKER, LUBLINER, LUDWAK, LUFITG, LUFTIG, LUNGE, LUNGER, LUP,
LUSTIG, LUTWAK, LWOW

MACIN, MAGER, MAGID, MAHLER, MAIBLUM, MAJKAFER, MAJKEFER,
MAJULIK, MAKUTRA, MALEC, MALES, MALKIMANN, MALKISCHER,
MANDEL, MANDELBAUM, MANDELKER, MANDLER, MANDLER f.
AUERBACH, MANHEIM, MANNHEIM, MANTEL, MANTL, MARAMPOLER f.
MANDEL, MARASCH, MARBACH, MARBACH vel FISCHEL, MARDER,
MARGULIES, MARGULIES f. FELD, MARIASZ, MARIENBERG, MARKHEIM,
MARKMANN, MARKSTEIN, MARKUS, MARKUS f. KELLER, MARMOR,
MARMOR f. LANDAU, MARMOREK, MARYASCH, MARYASZ, MASCH,
MASKIBOJNIK, MASS, MATZ, MAUER, MAUER f. GOLDSTEIN, MAUER f.
ZLATKES, MAURER, MAURER r. DRESSLER, MAY, MEDIENE, MEERGRUN,
MEERSAND, MEHL, MEHLER, MEHLER f. HALPERN, MEHLER f.
NESTROWITZER, MEHLER f. WEST, MEHLSACK, MEIDELMANN, MEIER,
MEISELES, MEISELMANN, MEISINGER, MEISTRICH, MELLER, MELZER,
MENCZER, MENDEL, MENDERER, MENKER, MENKES, MENKIES, MENTSCH,
MERKER, MERLIN, MERSAND, MESCHNIK, MESSING, MESSUTA, MESSUTTO,
MESUTE, MESUTTA, METH, MICHALOWICZ, MIESES, MIGDEN, MIKULINCER,
MILCHRAHM, MILCHRAM, MILGRAM, MILGROM, MILION, MILLGROM, MILZ,
MITTELMAN, MITTELMANN, MITTMANN, MIZES, MODLINGER,
MONDSCHEIN, MONIEL, MONIES, MONIES f. HORCHITZ, MONIS,
MORDCHE, MORECKI, MORGENROTH, MORGENSTERN, MORITZ, MORKS,
MOSTER, MOSZKOWICZ, MUCZNIK, MUHL, MUHLMANN, MUHLRAD,
MUHLSTOCK, MULLER, MULLER f. ANDERMAN, MUNZER, MUSCHEL,
MUSZEL

NACHWALTER, NADEL, NADEL f. FEDER, NAGER, NAGLER, NAGLER f.
KOHN, NEIER, NEMEROWER, NEMROWER, NESHOWILZER, NESTROWITZER,
NEUBAUER, NEUGEBOREN, NEUGRUN, NEUMAN, NEUMANN, NEUSCHULER,
NEUSCHULLER, NIEMAND, NIERNBERG, NIPOMNISZER, NIWES, NIWES f.
SCHERMANN, NOWIKER, NURENBERG, NURNBERG, NUSBRECHER,
NUSSBAUM, NUSSBAUM f. DIWER, NUSSBAUM f. OBLER, NUSSBRECHER,
NUSSENBAUM

OBLER, OBLER f. STARK v. KESTENBLATT, OCHS, OCHSENHORN,
OCHSNER, OCZERET, OHL, OHLBERG f. MARMOREK, OHRENSTEIN,
OHRSTEIN, OLEKSINCER, OLEKSYNCER, OLESKER, OLEXINCER, OLICZER,
OLINGER, ORDOWER, ORLINSKI, ORNSTEIN, OSCH, OSLIEB, OSTERN,
OSTERSETZER

PACHTER, PACKEL vel TURKEL, PACKET, PACZENIK, PAKET, PALEK,
PALICZUK, PAPERNIK, PAPERNIK f. LEISNER, PAPIER, PAPIERNIK, PAPLIR,
PAPORISCH, PAPORISZ, PARILLE, PARISER, PARKES, PARNAS, PARNASS,
PARNES, PASAMANEK, PASAMANIK, PASTERNAK, PECH, PECHTER,
PECZENIK, PECZENIK f. AXELRAD, PEITSCHKOWITZ f. ROSEN, PELLER,
PELZ, PELZWERGER, PENIAKER, PENIAKIER, PEPIS, PEPPIS, PERL, PERL f.
KURZ, PERLBERGER, PERLMANN, PERLMUTTER, PETERSIEL, PETERSIEL f.
FUCHS, PETERSIL, PETICHY, PFEFFER, PFEFFER f. SOMMERSTEIN, PFEFFER
f. VOGELMAN, PFEFFER f. VOGELMANN, PFEFFERBLITH, PFEFFERBLUTH,
PFEFFERR, PFEFFERSTEIN, PFLANZ, PICKET, PICKHOLZ, PIEPES,
PIETRUSZKA, PIKHOLZ, PILCER, PILCZER, PILIPOWSKI, PILPEL, PINELES,
PINELES f. SYGALL, PINS, PIPES, PLAGER, PLANER, PLATER, PLEITMANN,
PLEITMANN, PLISSNER, PLUSCHNER, PODHORCER, PODHORZER,
PODOLER, POHORILLES, POHORYLES, POHORYLLES, POHRILLE, POLAK,
POLLAK, POMERANZ, POPERNIK, POPPER, POPPERS, PORAS, POSNER,
POSNER f. FUCHS, POSSNER, POTASCHNIK, POTICHY, PRAGER, PRECZEP,
PREIS, PREISS, PREISS f. RAKER, PREMINGER, PRESSER, PREWERSKA,
PRIMCHE, PRINZ, PRINZENTHAL, PROBE, PROBER, PROPER, PUDLES,
PUHACZ, PULVER, PUNDIG, PUNDYK, PUNEM

RABINOWICZ, RACKER, RAGER, RAGIER, RAJCES, RAPP, RAPPA,
RAPPAPORT, RAPPOWNA, RASCHBAUM, RATHAUS, RATHAUS f. STEIN,
RATISZER, RATTNER, RATZENSTEIN, RATZENSTEIN v. MAJTE, RAWER,
RAWER f. LITTMANN, RAWICZ, RAWIER, RECHEL, RECHEL f. EILENBERG,
REGEL, REGENBOGEN, REICH, REICHENBACH, REICHENBERG, REICHMANN,
REICHSTEIN, REICHSTEIN f. NUSSBAUM, REILMANN, REINES, REISBERG,
REISCHER, REISER, REISLER, REISS, REISS f. THUMIN, REISSBERG,
REISSMANN, REITER, REITMANN, REITZENBEIN, REIZENBEIN, REIZES,
REMENIUK, RENDELSTEIN, RETTER, REU, RIDKES f. SCHUSSBERG, RIEMAN,
RIFCZES, RINGEL, RINGLER, RINTEL, RIWER, ROBINSOHN, ROBINSON,
ROHOTINER, ROKACH, ROLL, ROMER, RONIN, ROSEN, ROSEN f. DREKSLER,
ROSENBAUM, ROSENBERG, ROSENBERG f. GLASNER, ROSENBLATT,
ROSENBLUM, ROSENFELD, ROSENGARTEN, ROSENKRANZ, ROSENMAN,
ROSENMANN, ROSENSTOCK, ROSENSTRAUCH, ROSENSTRAUCH v. NIWES,
ROSENSTROCH, ROSENTHAL, ROSENWASSER, ROSENZWEIG, ROSLER,
ROSNER f. ROSENBERG, ROSNER f. TAUB, ROSS, ROSSMAN, ROTH, ROTH
f. HOCHBAUM, ROTHENBERG, ROTHENBERG f. GOLDENHERZ, ROTHFELD,
ROTHSTEIN, ROTISCHER, ROTTENBERG, ROTTER, RUBEL, RUBIN, RUBIN f.
SOMMERSTEIN, RUBINFARB, RUBINSTEIN, RUDMANN, RUDNER, RUDNIK,
RUDOLF, RUGER, RUHIG, RUM, RUMM, RUSSMANN, RUTEN, RUTHEN,
RUTTEN, RUTTIN, RYMALOWER

SACHS, SAFIER, SAFTEL, SALVER, SALZ, SAMBOL, SAMBOR, SAMET,
SAMMET, SAPHIER, SAPHIR, SASOWER, SASS, SASS f. ALTMANN,
SASSOWER, SATANOWER, SAUBER, SAUBERMANN, SCHABAS, SCHABES,
SCHACH f. BERGER, SCHACHLER, SCHACHTER, SCHACHTER f.
FRIEDBERG, SCHACHTER?, SCHAFFER, SCHAFKOPF, SCHALIETE, SCHALIT,
SCHALLIT, SCHAMES, SCHAMIR, SCHAPIRA, SCHAPIRA f. HOROWITZ,
SCHAPIRA f. KATZ, SCHAPIRA f. KOSTORYS, SCHAPIRE, SCHAPU,
SCHARER, SCHARF, SCHARFSPITZ, SCHARMANN, SCHASS, SCHAUB,
SCHAUBEN, SCHECHTER, SCHEIN, SCHEINDL, SCHEINES, SCHENKEL,
SCHENKER, SCHEPS, SCHER, SCHERER, SCHERER f. BARBAN, SCHERER f.
REISSMAN, SCHERMANN, SCHERZNIK, SCHIFERMANN, SCHIFFENBAUER,
SCHIFFERMAN, SCHIFFERMANN, SCHIFFMAN, SCHIFFMANN, SCHIKLER,
SCHILMANN, SCHIMSKER, SCHINAGEL, SCHINASS, SCHINDELHEIM,
SCHINDERMANN, SCHINDLER, SCHLECKER, SCHLEFER, SCHLEGER,
SCHLEICHER, SCHLEIFER, SCHLEKER, SCHLENGEL, SCHLEPS, SCHLESINGER,
SCHMARAK, SCHMARAK f. WILDMAN, SCHMARZWALD, SCHMATE,
SCHMELZ, SCHMERGEL, SCHMETTER, SCHMIERER, SCHMILZ, SCHMMATE,
SCHMUCKLER, SCHMUKLER, SCHMUTZ, SCHNAPEK, SCHNAPIK, SCHNECK,
SCHNEE, SCHNEID, SCHNEIDER, SCHNEPF, SCHNEPP, SCHNEYER,
SCHNITZER, SCHNUTZER, SCHOHRER, SCHOLZ f. HALPERN, SCHONFELD,
SCHONHAUS, SCHONHAUT, SCHONHOLZ, SCHONHOLZ f. FLEISCHMAN,
SCHONSTER, SCHOR, SCHORER, SCHORMAN, SCHORR, SCHORRMAN,
SCHORZ, SCHOSSEL, SCHRANZEL, SCHRAUBER, SCHREIBER, SCHRENZEL,
SCHRIFT, SCHRITZER, SCHULBAUM, SCHULFOND, SCHULMANN,
SCHULMANOWICZ, SCHULSTER, SCHUSSBERG, SCHUSSEL, SCHUTZ,
SCHUTZER, SCHWADRON, SCHWALB, SCHWALBENNEST, SCHWARZ,
SCHWARZ f. JAFF, SCHWARZAPFEL, SCHWARZBARD, SCHWARZBERG,
SCHWARZBERG f. WINKLER, SCHWARZMAN, SCHWARZMANN, SCHWEBEL,
SCHWEIG, SCHWEIG f. GELLES, SCHWEITZER, SCHWERFINGER, SEELIGER,
SEFFEL, SEFTEL, SEGALL, SEGEDUN f. KOLPAN, SEGEL, SEGNER, SEID, SEID
f. FROMMER, SEIDEL, SEIDEN, SEIDENWERG, SEIDENWERG f.
TENNENBAUM, SEIDENWERK, SEIDEWERG f. ROSENFELD, SEIDLER, SEIDLER
f. KLEIN, SEIDMAN, SEIDMANN, SEIDNER, SEIFE, SEIFER, SEINFELD, SELIG,
SELINGER f. SAFIERSTEIN, SELTZER, SELZER, SEMELS, SENEMANN false
PFAU, SENENSIEB, SENSER, SERETH, SERKES, SETZER, SHWARTZ, SIEBERT,
SIEGELBAUM, SIEGELWACHS, SIGAL, SIGALL, SILB f. FENSTER, SILBER,
SILBER f. ROZEN, SILBER r. ZIMMERMANN, SILBERBERG f. MANTEL,
SILBERG, SILBERMAN, SILBERMANN, SILBERMANN false EICHENBAUM,
SILBERSTEIN, SINAJ, SIRKES, SKALA, SKALER, SKULSKY, SLOMNICKI,
SOBEL, SOBELMANN, SOBELSOHN, SOBELSOHN f. FROMMER, SOJZIES,
SOMMER, SOMMERFLECK, SOMMERSTEIN, SONNE, SONNENSCHEIN,
SOSNIWKER, SPACIERER, SPANBERG, SPANIER, SPATZ, SPEICHER,
SPEICHER f. TURKEL, SPEISER, SPEIZER, SPERLING, SPIEGEL, SPIEGEL f.
MENCZER, SPIEGELGLAS, SPIEGELGLASS, SPIEGERLAS, SPIEL, SPIELBERG,
SPIELER, SPIELHOLZ, SPINDEL, SPINDLER, SPIZEL, SPRECHER, SPRING,
SPRINGER, SPRINGER f. KUPFERWASSER, SPRINGMANN, SPUMBERG,
SPUNBERG, SPUNBERG f. CZERWITZ, STAMEISEN, STANGER, STARCK,
STARK, STARKSCHALL, STAROSIOLLER, STAROSOLER, STAUB, STECHEL,
STECKEL, STECKL, STEICHER, STEIFSTEIN, STEIGER, STEIN, STEIN f.
BRANDES, STEIN r. DRUCKER, STEINBERG, STEINHARDT, STEINHAUER,
STEINHAUS, STEINHAUS f. GINSBERG, STEINHAUS f. SUFRIN, STEINHOLZ,
STEINKLAM, STEINSCHNEIDER, STEINSCHNEIDER f. HALPERN,
STEINWURZEL, STENDER, STERN, STERNBERG, STERNGLAS, STERNIK,
STERNSCHUSS, STEUERMAN, STEUERMANN, STOCK, STOCKEL, STOKEL,
STOLER, STOLZENBERG, STRAU, STRAUCH, STREIT, STURM, SUCHMAN,
SUFRIN, SUMMERFLECK, SUPERFAIM, SUSSKIND, SUSSMAN, SUSSMAN f.
JARYCZOWER, SUSSMANN, SYGALL, SYGALL f. SCHAPIRA, SZAPIRA,
SZAPIRA f. WECHSLER, SZATZBERG, SZLOMKOWICZ, SZOSTAK,
SZWARAPFEL

TABACZNIK, TABAK, TABAK f. GELBARD, TAFET, TAFFET, TAHLER, TALEK,
TALER, TANNENBAUM, TAPPER, TARANTEL, TARASZCZUK, TATAR, TAUB,
TAUB r. WERBER, TAUBELES, TAUBER, TAURER, TEIBER, TEICH,
TEICHHOLZ, TEICHMAN, TEICHMANN, TEIK, TEITEL, TEITELBAUM,
TENENBAUM, TENNEBAUM, TENNENBAUM, TENNENBAUM f. ADLERSTEIN,
TEPPER, TEPPERBERG, TEPPERMAN, TERKEL, TERNSOF, TERZNHOF,
TEUWIN, THAL, THALER, THORSNHOF, TILL, TINDEL, TOKAJER, TOLMECZ,
TORCZANER, TORCZANER f. SCHAPIRA, TORSUHOF f. POLLAK,
TRACHTENBERG, TRACHTENBROT, TRAGER, TRAWINSKI, TREISTER,
TRESTER, TREUSTER, TRIEF, TROMEL, TSCHUBATYJ, TUCHFELD,
TULLMANN, TUNIS, TURER, TURINGER, TURK, TURKEL, TURKEL f. PRINZ,
TURKL

ULIWER, UNGAR, UNGER, UNTER, UNTERBERG, UNTERMAN, UNTERMANN,
URI, URICH

VERSTANDIG, VOGEL, VOGELBAUM, VOGELFUTTIG, VOGELMAN,
VOGELMANN, VORSPAN

WACHS, WACHTEL, WACHTEL f. REISSMAN, WACHTER, WAGREICH,
WAGSCHAL, WAHRHAFTIG f. CLIMKES, WALALCH f. DRUCKER, WALD,
WALDMANN, WALLACH, WALLACH f. DRUCKER, WALLACH f. NUSSBAUM,
WALLFISCH, WALTUCH, WALTUCH f. ZAUBER, WAND, WANDER,
WARTENBERG, WARTENBERG f. FRUCHTMAN, WARTENFELD, WASSER,
WASSERMAN, WASSERMANN, WASSERMUHL, WASSERSTROCH,
WASSERSTROM, WASSNER, WATTENMACHER, WEBELMANN, WEBER,
WECHLER, WECHSLER, WEGMAN, WEHLER, WEIBBERG, WEIBER f BORER,
WEIDNER, WEIGER, WEIGLER, WEIGSMANN, WEIHRAUCH, WEINBAUM,
WEINBER, WEINBERG, WEINER, WEINER z domu ROSENSTRAUCH,
WEINFELD, WEINGARTEN, WEINGAST, WEINGLASS, WEINLOS, WEINMAN,
WEINSAFT, WEINSTEIN, WEINSTERN, WEINSTOCH, WEINSTOCK,
WEINSTOCK f. DEUTSCH, WEINSTOCK f. TEITELBAUM, WEINTRAUB,
WEINTRAUB f. DICK, WEINTRAUB f. GLANZBERG, WEINTRAUB f.
HALBERTAL, WEISBARST, WEISBROD, WEISELES, WEISER, WEISGLAS,
WEISHAAR, WEISHAAR f. WALLACH, WEISHAUS, WEISHAUT, WEISKOPF,
WEISMANN, WEISMANN r. WINKLER, WEISNICHT, WEISS, WEISSBARST,
WEISSBERG, WEISSBLUM, WEISSBROD, WEISSBROT, WEISSER, WEISSGLAS,
WEISSGLASS f. BERGSHOFF, WEISSGLASS f. LATIENER, WEISSHAAR,
WEISSHAUS, WEISSMAN, WEISSMANN, WEISSMEHL, WEISSTAUB, WEISSTEIN,
WEISSVOGEL, WEISTAUB, WEITMANN, WEITZ, WEITZENBERG,
WEITZENHOFER, WEITZKORN, WEITZMANN, WEITZMANN f. TABAK,
WELEDNIG, WELEDNIGER, WELEDNIKER, WENDEL, WERBER, WERBER f.
TAUS, WERFEL, WERTER, WEST, WETLER, WEWRIK, WICERABIN, WIDHOFF,
WIELKOCZ, WIENER, WIESEL, WIESELTIER, WILHOF, WILLNER, WILLNER r.
ROSENFELD, WILNER, WINDMUHL, WINKELMAN, WINKLER, WINTER,
WINTERFELD, WITKOWER, WITLIN, WITRIOL, WLODNIGER, WOHL,
WOHLMAN, WOHLMANN, WOLF, WOLFENHAUT, WOLFSTHAL, WOLFTHAL,
WOLFZAHN, WOLFZAHN f. HIRSCHHORN, WOLKENBERG, WOLLACH,
WOLLNER, WORTMAN, WUFKE, WUNDERLICH, WYNOKUROW

ZAHLER, ZAMOJRE, ZAWALYWAR, ZEHER, ZEIG, ZEIGER, ZELLER,
ZELLERMAYER, ZENGER, ZETNER, ZIEBUCH, ZIEMENT, ZIKORIE,
ZILLERMAYER, ZILZ, ZIMANN f. ZUPPER, ZIMBLER, ZIMELES, ZIMET,
ZIMMER, ZIMMERMANN, ZIMOND, ZIMRING, ZINDLER, ZINN, ZIPPER,
ZIPPER f. GLASNER, ZIPRIS, ZITRON, ZLATKES, ZOHAJ f. PECZENIK,
ZOJREF, ZOLLER, ZUCKER, ZUCKERHANDEL, ZUCKERKANDEL,
ZUCKERKANDL, ZUCKERMAN, ZUCKERMANN, ZUKERMANN, ZUPNIK,
ZURBIL, ZWANGER, ZWECK, ZWEIG, ZWERDLING, ZWERGEL, ZWERLING,
ZWIEBEL, ZWILLING, ZWILLING f. MEHLER, ZYDOWIECKI, ZYTRON


JewishGen's Memorial Plaque Project Adds 5,400 Records. We Need Your Help to Grow! #lithuania

Nolan Altman
 

JewishGen is proud to announce its 2013 year-end update for the
Memorial Plaque Project database. The MPP database can be accessed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Memorial/
The MPP database includes the data >from plaques and Yizkor lists >from
synagogue and other organizations.
Many of these sources include patronymic information.

The database now includes more than 35,100 records >from the USA,
Israel, British Columbia, and now Morocco. These records come >from
57 different synagogues and other institutions.

We believe that the MPP is a good example of how users of JewishGen's
databases can "give back". If you are a member of a synagogue or
other organization with memorial plaques or Yizkor lists, please
consider helping us to grow this database.
You can find more information on submitting data at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Memorial/Submit.htm
If you have additional questions, please contact me directly.

Of particular note in this update are the following additions:
• Boston Area, Massachusetts. Thanks to David Rosen, who is
coordinating submissions >from the JGS of Greater Boston, he and his team
have added 3,500 records >from 6 institutions.
• Congregation Agudas Israel, Newburgh. Many thanks for the
submission of 1,250 records >from this Newburgh synagogue.

Whether your name or records are listed above, we appreciate all your
submissions! Thank you to all the donors that submitted information for
this update.

Nolan Altman
NAltman@JewishGen.org
JewishGen Acting VP for Data Acquisition
December, 2013


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania JewishGen's Memorial Plaque Project Adds 5,400 Records. We Need Your Help to Grow! #lithuania

Nolan Altman
 

JewishGen is proud to announce its 2013 year-end update for the
Memorial Plaque Project database. The MPP database can be accessed at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Memorial/
The MPP database includes the data >from plaques and Yizkor lists >from
synagogue and other organizations.
Many of these sources include patronymic information.

The database now includes more than 35,100 records >from the USA,
Israel, British Columbia, and now Morocco. These records come >from
57 different synagogues and other institutions.

We believe that the MPP is a good example of how users of JewishGen's
databases can "give back". If you are a member of a synagogue or
other organization with memorial plaques or Yizkor lists, please
consider helping us to grow this database.
You can find more information on submitting data at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Memorial/Submit.htm
If you have additional questions, please contact me directly.

Of particular note in this update are the following additions:
• Boston Area, Massachusetts. Thanks to David Rosen, who is
coordinating submissions >from the JGS of Greater Boston, he and his team
have added 3,500 records >from 6 institutions.
• Congregation Agudas Israel, Newburgh. Many thanks for the
submission of 1,250 records >from this Newburgh synagogue.

Whether your name or records are listed above, we appreciate all your
submissions! Thank you to all the donors that submitted information for
this update.

Nolan Altman
NAltman@JewishGen.org
JewishGen Acting VP for Data Acquisition
December, 2013

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