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Re: Actively Searching . . .

Annette Weiss
 

I am also searching for Siegal/Siegel  on my mother's side, from Lithuania/Russia


Re: somewhat lost

jbonline1111@...
 

My best advice beyond what has already been mentioned is to explore stevemorse.org.  He has many useful tools for searching naturalization, census and other records.  
--
Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC


Sadovnick-Belfer family history

eitaniriel@...
 

Shalom,

I am in the process of writing my family history and creating a family tree after 30+ years of collecting data. I am also including the Kasow, Lewins, Bloch and Krohn families listed below along with their towns.

I am responsible for the Klishkivtsi Bessarabia Ukraine Kehilalink and after 12 years of inactivity I am going to add some of my father’s letters describing the vicinity in very vivid terms.

If anyone has any connection to any of these families, I would appreciate having this information.

Wishing good health to everyone.

Harriet Kasow

Searching: SADOVNICK/SADOFF (Klishkivtsi, Chotin, Ukraine KROHN (Borsczczow, Tarnapol  Galitzia), BELFER (Bar, Vinnitsa, Ukraine), ZAZULIA (Iasi, Jassy, Romania), BLOCH (Ivie, Belarus) HARMETZ (Svencionys, Lithuania), KASOW (Lunna, Grodno, Belarus), NARANAVER (sic)(Ukraine), LEWINS/LEWINSKY( Stettin, Poland).

 

 

 

 

bloc


Re: berkowitz family

Maurice I. Kessler
 

thank you, but not the family I am looking for


maurice


Re: Johannesburg Cemeteries online #southafrica

Judith Singer
 

Try http://www.jewishroots.uct.ac.za/Cemeteries.aspx. 

It is one of several pages on that site with information about South African Jews..


Re: The Name Jur #names

David Lewin
 

At 13:46 11/03/2020, Daniel Mann wrote:
Is anyone familiar with the name Jur (or Jure or Jura)?
Is this a Polish named that was used in Galicia, or perhaps it had a Jewish origin?

In particular I am wondering if it was a form of Yair (×™×�יר)  or perhaps it was short for Yeruchim (ירוח×�) as in Yeruchim Fishel?

Any insights or experience with this would be appreciated.

Thank you.
Daniel Mann
Researching Mann Ulaskowce and Chaluta Mstibovo in Volkovysk District
_._,_._,_



This is Hebrew

OR = Light  [ Root is Aleph Vav Reish ]

Ori = Uri = "My Light"

Yair = future tense =  will light

Yerucham comes from a different root   namely Reish Chet Mem, meaning compassion or feel sorry for... as in Ra'cha'mim. 

David Lewin
London

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We also assist in the process of re-possession of property in the Czech Republic and Israel.
See our Web pages at https://remember.org/unite/ and at https://searchandunite.org/


ViewMate Yidish translation request - a challenging cursive writing! #poland

Jugend Gilberto
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM78859
This record is written in the back of a photo from my ggmother probably taken around 1910.
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.

Gilberto Jugend


Viewmate Translation Request: Polish

Terry Ashton
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a full  translation please.

 

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM78850

 

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

 

Ms Terry Ashton

Melbourne, Australia

 

SEARCHING:

PRASHKER: Kalisz,  Poland

SZUMOWSKI: Gorki, Zdunska Wola, Lomza,  Poland

WAJNGOT: Hungary

GOLDMAN: Budapest,  Hungary ;Blaszki, Poland

SEGAL/SEGALOVITCH: Vilnius, Lithuania

HOLTZ: Dvinsk, Russia (now Latvia)

 


Viewmate Translation Request: Polish

Terry Ashton
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish (at least I think it’s in Polish!) for which I need a full translation.

 

It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM78851

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.

Thank you very much.

 

Ms Terry Ashton

Melbourne, Australia

 

SEARCHING:

PRASHKER: Kalisz,  Poland

SZUMOWSKI: Gorki, Zdunska Wola, Lomza,  Poland

WAJNGOT: Hungary/Poland

GOLDMAN: Blaszki, Poland

SEGAL/SEGALOVITCH: Vilnius, Lithuania

HOLTZ: Dvinsk, Russia (now Latvia)

 


name change #names

Richard Gross
 

12 March 2020

I wonder if anyone could shed light on why my husband’s relative, Solomon Israel, suddenly changed his surname to Sloman sometime between the births of his children, Israel Israel born about 1826, Elias Israel born about 1830, Rachel Israel born about 1835, Sarah Sloman born about 1837, Jacob Sloman born about 1839 and Jessie Sloman born about 1842, all in London, Middlesex.

In the Leeds Database he’s listed as Solomon Israel later Sloman.

In 1941 Solomon was an artist known as Sol Isreal but in the following censuses he’s recorded as a chiropodist/surgeon.

All the details of Solomon and his wife, Mary nee Polack, are the parents of all the children who are definitely part of the family but why the name was changed is a mystery. My husband suggests that it may have been due to antisemitism. However

Would this have been done legally and if so where could I find proof. If not, how would the family have ‘advertised’ the change?

Looking forward to replies from all and sundry.
BeulahG


Weissberger-Deutsch

Neil Rosenstein
 

Trying to make contact with Mindy (married Chaim Simcha Deutsch),
daughter of Gitel and Mendel Weissberger, or her family which
descended from the Fruchter family of Obervisha. Mindy posted a Page
of Testimony for her grandfather in Brooklyn, NY (44th Street) in
March 2012.


ViewMate Translation Request - German

jzeisler@...
 

Hi,
I've posted a document on ViewMate that has 2 pages (pages 2 and 3) needing a translation from handwritten German. It is on ViewMate at the following addresses... I hope someone can help. 
Page 2 - http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM78608
Page 3 - http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM78609

Thank you in advance!
Jerry Zeisler
Portland, Oregon USA


Re: somewhat lost

Pieter Hoekstra
 

[quote] [I can't help with information, but just wanted to give a shout out to the wonderful helpers here:    Less than 24 hours after the request was posted, the poster has received so many helpful replies!
Kol HaKavod. [/quote]

Amazingly prompt help Fredel. I wonder who else might have also responded had the OP included a name and location in the Topic title?


Seeking Braunfeld & Werner Information

Stephen Silberman
 

I'm researching the Braunfeld family.   Samuel & Nathan Braunfeld came from what was then Neu Sandez, Austria and is now Nowy Sacz, Poland.    They were married to Werner women (sisters?) from the nearby town of Gorlice.

Stephen Silberman


Re: somewhat lost

fredelfruhman
 

I can't help with information, but just wanted to give a shout out to the wonderful helpers here:    Less than 24 hours after the request was posted, the poster has received so many helpful replies!

Kol HaKavod.

--
Fredel Fruhman
Brooklyn, New York, USA


Actively Searching . . .

SANDI ROOT
 

Friends in Jewish Genealogy:

 

The names I search have been posted, edited and upgraded for years on JG Family Finder and Family Tree of the Jewish People, with only 2 solid responses - for which I am forever grateful - * a Chicago cousin who now lives in Israel, and a ** Northern California cousin-by-marriage.  So, I thought I would take a chance and possibly spread my search out a little wider, using this format, and see what happens.

 

The regions I search are: Australia, Canada, Lithuania, Poland, South Africa, London’s East End, U.S. (Chicago, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Brooklyn, Saint Louis, San Francisco).


I belong to several Jewish genealogy groups, in addition to JG, with nary a response. 

 

Take a look and let me know if anything jumps out at you:

 

Actively searching:

ASHLEY, AUSLANDER, BADESCH, BANUS / BENESH / BENESCH / BENIS / BENNITZ / BENITEZ / BENNISH /BEINASH / BEINASHOWITZ, BECKERMAN, BLOCK / BLOCH, BLUMENTHAL / BLUM, BRODY, BROUTMAN, CHERKOVSKY / CHEKOWSKI, COBRIN, COHEN / KAHAN / KAGAN, EICHEL, FOX, FRIEDLEN, FRIEDMAN, GALINA, GOLD, GREENBERG, GUTKOWSKY / GOOD, HANAK, HARRIS, HARWICK, HERRE, JANKELOWITZ / JACOBSON,  KRIZANSKI, LEVIN, LEVY, LIEBOVITCH, LOND / LUND, MANNE, MENDELSON, MICHELSON, NIDER, OFFMAN / HOFFMAN, OFSALLOF / OFSEAL / OFSAROF, OPEAN / OPPEAN / OPIN / UPIN,  POSISKI / PISER, ROSENTHAL, ROTHCHILD, SCHAFFNER, SCHNEIDERMAN / SNYDERMAN, SHAPIRO, SIEGAL / SIEGEL, SILVERMAN, SIMON, STERN, SUVALKER / SUVALSKI, TABACK, WHATLEY, ZIVETZ

 

Sandi (Blumenthal) Root

 

*  On my maternal SUVALKER (var.) / MENDELSON side

** On my maternal JACOBSON side

 


Re: berkowitz family

Jill Whitehead
 

Hi Morris,

Berkowitz is a patronymic name ie son of Berko.My great grand aunt Rebecca Plotnovsky of Raczki in Suwalki Gubernia married Solomon Berkowitz Karobelnik of Suwalki Gubernia in Hull, UK in 1889. He soon dropped the Karobelnik (which means a peddlar) in favour of Berkowitz. Berkowitz then became Birks in the next generation.

Jill Whitehead, Surrey, UK


Re: somewhat lost

Renee Steinig
 

I'm not sure about Samuel, but to paraphrase Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady, "I can tell that his father was NOT born Hungarian!"

According to his Petition for Naturalization
Samuel's father, Benjamin or Baruch MUHLBAUER, was born in 1871 in Kosow -- a town then in Galicia, a crown land of the Austrian Empire. It's now in Ukraine (https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/community.php?usbgn=-1043044)Immigrants from Kosow founded the Progressive Kossower Benevolent Society, on whose grounds at Mount Carmel Cemetery in Queens, New York, Benjamin and his wife Mollie are buried. (See http://www.mountcarmelcemetery.com/search.asp?type=interment .) 

Benjamin arrived in the U.S. (his second time coming over) in Nov. 1913, traveling as Burech MUHLBAUER. With him was his 15-year-old son Schlome -- presumably your grandfather Sam.

Benjamin's NYC death record (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2W5G-BD5) says that he died in Manhattan at age 71 and that his parents were Mandel MUHLBAUER and Chaie MILSTEIN. There's a good chance that he was the "Itzig Burch MUHLBAUER," born 1871 in Kosow, whose birth record is indexed on JRI-Poland.org .
On the other hand, Benjamin's wife may have been born in Hungary. A U.S. passport application filed in 1924 by "Molie" MUHLBAUER, wife of Baruch (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-99DQ-RB4X?i=470&cc=2185145says that she was born in "Bystra, Hungary -- now Poland" (an unlikely change of borders) and that they were married there. BUT, Mollie's arrival record -- July 1914, with daughter Chaje, 7, later Ida (https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C9TX-32XF?i=50&cc=1368704&personaUrl=%2Fark%3A%2F61903%2F1%3A1%3AJJQ5-5ZWlists last residence and birth place of both as Kosow. 

As for Samuel's birth place, records vary. His arrival record says that he was born in Kosow, his WWII draft card says "Bistrow," Hungary, the 1915 census says Austria, and the 1940 census says New York!

Joshua, you can see, it's not always easy to pinpoint place of origin, but I think you can feel certain of one thing: that Benjamin was a "Galitzianer."

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills NY
genmaven@...

Joshua Freeman <jfreeman@...> wrote:

1) my maternal grandfather Samuel Muhlbauer came over from the
austro-hungarian empire on a boat to NY around 1910 as a boy of 15
with his father, settling in Brooklyn.
2) my mother always told me that her father was:
2.1) hungarian (though my mother grew up speaking English and yiddish
- knew no Hungarian).
2.2) was a member of the 'kussover' (kossover?) society in brooklyn
2.3) was a member of the masonic temple
3) he married my maternal grandmother Fannie Geller who had been born
in Brooklyn Fannie had a younger brother named Jerry Geller.
4) my maternal grandfather's mother's (my maternal great grandmother)
first name was Molly/Mollie and her maiden name was 'Pearl' or 'Perl'.
5) supposedly, in the old country, the Perls owned an Inn. I don't
know anything about what the Muhlbauer's did.
5) I don't know for sure but I'm guessing that kossover society has
something to do with Kassa/Kosice?
6) I do know that while my mother Arlene Muhlbauer and her sister
Shirley Muhlbauer were growing up in Brooklyn (Williamsburg?) my
grandfather and grandmother (Fannie Muhlbauer née Geller) owned a
fabric store.

So.. I really have no idea(s) where to begin. Any advice/recommendations welcome....


Re: Happy Purim

jbonline1111@...
 

I'm sure I speak for many when I say that we are very grateful for the efforts of Jewishgen.  I volunteered to transcribe German intern camp lists at one time and was pleased to see how well that was managed. Happy Purim to all!
--
Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC


Re: America's women's right to vote.. Registration docs

Sarah L Meyer
 

Ancestry.com has California Voter Registration records.  I do not think Michigan's are online.

--
Sarah L Meyer
Georgetown TX
ANK(I)ER, BIGOS, KARMELEK, PERLSTADT, STOKFISZ, SZPIL(T)BAUM, Poland
BIRGARDOVSKY, EDELBERG, HITE (CHAIT), PERCHIK Russia (southern Ukraine) and some Latvia or Lithuania
https://www.sarahsgenies.com