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Re: Badatelna.cz (Prague records from the Czech Archives) #austria-czech

doren@...
 

Coincidentally, I just received an email >from Prague yesterday >from
Lenka Matusikova, PhD, the wonderful research director of the
Czech Prague archives. She indicated that she hopes that the digitized
records >from Prague will be available for viewing online within three
months. That should bring encouragement to all of us interested in this
region. The work she and her team has done is truly amazing!

Dan Oren
Woodbridge, Connecticut USA

Researching: FEIGEL, GOLDSCHMIED, POLLAK, SCHLOSSER, TAUSSIG >from Prague
and Czech environs


grave-pictures #austria-czech

Traude Triebel
 

Dear SIG members

Many of you have in the past consulted my website www.grave-pictures.at .
For various reasons, I have now decided to incorporate the entire database
under www.GenTeam.at with which many of you are already familiar.
Registration on GenTeam is free of charge and offers you the possibility of
further consulting many other databases such as birth, marriage and death
registries as well as obituaries. In this manner a very large amount of many
types of data is easily available under a single web address. Please take
the link: Jewish Graves

Traude Triebel

A-2700 Wr.Neustadt


Genners as gems #austria-czech

jberlowitz331@...
 

Dear SIGgers,
Collective thanks are due to wonderful austriaczech genners, Hanus
Grab, Jan O. Hellmann, and Julius Muller, for translating the marginal
note recently posted on ViewMate.
Added in 1953 to a [copy of an] 1887 birth record, the note led Hanus
to holocaust.cz, where he found details of the person's married name
(Irma Tolarova, nee Bullavy or Bulowa of Liten), final residence, and
transport details. The date of her final transport, >from Terezin to
Baranoviche, Belarus, turned out to be exactly one year before the
date of death assumed on the marginal note, according to the one-year
statute of Czech law.
Thanking ViewMate, and reminding us all to stop and notice the marginalia.
Judith Berlowitz
Oakland, CA


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Re: Badatelna.cz (Prague records from the Czech Archives) #austria-czech

doren@...
 

Coincidentally, I just received an email >from Prague yesterday >from
Lenka Matusikova, PhD, the wonderful research director of the
Czech Prague archives. She indicated that she hopes that the digitized
records >from Prague will be available for viewing online within three
months. That should bring encouragement to all of us interested in this
region. The work she and her team has done is truly amazing!

Dan Oren
Woodbridge, Connecticut USA

Researching: FEIGEL, GOLDSCHMIED, POLLAK, SCHLOSSER, TAUSSIG >from Prague
and Czech environs


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech grave-pictures #austria-czech

Traude Triebel
 

Dear SIG members

Many of you have in the past consulted my website www.grave-pictures.at .
For various reasons, I have now decided to incorporate the entire database
under www.GenTeam.at with which many of you are already familiar.
Registration on GenTeam is free of charge and offers you the possibility of
further consulting many other databases such as birth, marriage and death
registries as well as obituaries. In this manner a very large amount of many
types of data is easily available under a single web address. Please take
the link: Jewish Graves

Traude Triebel

A-2700 Wr.Neustadt


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Genners as gems #austria-czech

jberlowitz331@...
 

Dear SIGgers,
Collective thanks are due to wonderful austriaczech genners, Hanus
Grab, Jan O. Hellmann, and Julius Muller, for translating the marginal
note recently posted on ViewMate.
Added in 1953 to a [copy of an] 1887 birth record, the note led Hanus
to holocaust.cz, where he found details of the person's married name
(Irma Tolarova, nee Bullavy or Bulowa of Liten), final residence, and
transport details. The date of her final transport, >from Terezin to
Baranoviche, Belarus, turned out to be exactly one year before the
date of death assumed on the marginal note, according to the one-year
statute of Czech law.
Thanking ViewMate, and reminding us all to stop and notice the marginalia.
Judith Berlowitz
Oakland, CA


A Duke's Estate in Bessarabia #bessarabia

Sandy Aaronson
 

Bessarabia researchers,

I’m trying to figure out where my great aunt and uncle, Chava (1866 -1919)
and Akiva Greenberg, lived “on a Duke’s estate” near the town
Yedinets>Edinet, Bessarabia> Moldova. Nearby towns were Terebna and
Bricheni.

My dad and my uncle left Verbovets, Podolia, Ukraine in 1920-1921 and talked
about staying with an aunt that lived on an estate with many houses and
remembered watching silent movies there.

Does anyone have knowledge of any “Duke's estate” in this area? Please
email me with any information.

Thanking you in advance,

Sandy Aaronson
sandyaaronson@gmail.com

Researching: ARONZON, RUBENSTEIN, GREENBERG Verbovets, Podolia; COHEN, LEIBOWITZ,
WEISS Poland; HIRTZ Austria.


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia A Duke's Estate in Bessarabia #bessarabia

Sandy Aaronson
 

Bessarabia researchers,

I’m trying to figure out where my great aunt and uncle, Chava (1866 -1919)
and Akiva Greenberg, lived “on a Duke’s estate” near the town
Yedinets>Edinet, Bessarabia> Moldova. Nearby towns were Terebna and
Bricheni.

My dad and my uncle left Verbovets, Podolia, Ukraine in 1920-1921 and talked
about staying with an aunt that lived on an estate with many houses and
remembered watching silent movies there.

Does anyone have knowledge of any “Duke's estate” in this area? Please
email me with any information.

Thanking you in advance,

Sandy Aaronson
sandyaaronson@gmail.com

Researching: ARONZON, RUBENSTEIN, GREENBERG Verbovets, Podolia; COHEN, LEIBOWITZ,
WEISS Poland; HIRTZ Austria.


New Kalush (Kalusz) website #galicia

Tony Hausner
 

A new website has been created for Kalush (Kalusz) in the
Ivano-Frankivsk (Stanislawow) Region.

Go to
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kalush/kalush/maps.html

with many thanks to Ron Miller, Susana Leistner Bloch and Barbara
Ellman and to Susannah R. Juni who created the original website.

There are many new features so I encourage you to explore the
various components, including a cadastral map recently added to
Gesher Galicia's website.

We hope to soon add data >from Ellis Island.

I encourage you to review the various new features.

Tony Hausner
Silver Spring, MD
thausner@gmail.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia New Kalush (Kalusz) website #galicia

Tony Hausner
 

A new website has been created for Kalush (Kalusz) in the
Ivano-Frankivsk (Stanislawow) Region.

Go to
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kalush/kalush/maps.html

with many thanks to Ron Miller, Susana Leistner Bloch and Barbara
Ellman and to Susannah R. Juni who created the original website.

There are many new features so I encourage you to explore the
various components, including a cadastral map recently added to
Gesher Galicia's website.

We hope to soon add data >from Ellis Island.

I encourage you to review the various new features.

Tony Hausner
Silver Spring, MD
thausner@gmail.com


Odessa: Medical Society #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

The Odessa Society of Physicians was established in about 1849 (the first meeting was in
January, 1850),soon after the third cholera pandemic of 1848. The
organization initially consisted of 20 doctors, dentists, pharmacists, and
veterinarians >from the city and surrounding areas.>from a Russian language site, Migdal Times,the following names appear as members of the society:
ZALTSBERG, AVERBUKH, GESHELIN, MENDELSSOHN, COFFMAN, LASHCHEVKER, DASHEVSKY/DASHEVSKAYA,ARMER/ARMERO, VOLOSHIN, KELSTEIN/KELSHTEYN, SHUPER, KOBELEV, FAYTELBERG, PLOTICHER, KHERSON. Others include: Nathan Osipovich BERNSTEIN, Isai Yakovlevich VINOKOUROV, and Moses G. POGREBINSKY.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida
=


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Odessa: Medical Society #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

The Odessa Society of Physicians was established in about 1849 (the first meeting was in
January, 1850),soon after the third cholera pandemic of 1848. The
organization initially consisted of 20 doctors, dentists, pharmacists, and
veterinarians >from the city and surrounding areas.>from a Russian language site, Migdal Times,the following names appear as members of the society:
ZALTSBERG, AVERBUKH, GESHELIN, MENDELSSOHN, COFFMAN, LASHCHEVKER, DASHEVSKY/DASHEVSKAYA,ARMER/ARMERO, VOLOSHIN, KELSTEIN/KELSHTEYN, SHUPER, KOBELEV, FAYTELBERG, PLOTICHER, KHERSON. Others include: Nathan Osipovich BERNSTEIN, Isai Yakovlevich VINOKOUROV, and Moses G. POGREBINSKY.

Marilyn Robinson
Florida
=


NADLE and NUDEL from Tukums #latvia

collectorden
 

Hi again to the list,

First I want to thank all those who took the time to send me some
excellent suggestions.

I probably should have preference my previous post by saying that I am
not new to genealogy in general, having done my own family tree back to
Ireland and Sweden (although it still has a few holes).

What has been throwing me in my current research is the name changes,
which I haven't run into in my previous endeavours.

Searching the discussion group archives I found an excellent post
by Leonard Kamenetsky on the NUDELMAN surname which gave all the
variations which include NADEL, NODEL and NUDEL. I had done many
searches with NADEL and NODEL and their variants, but NUDEL was
new to me.

I then included NUDEL in my searches of Christine Usdin's vital
records translations and came up with the following:

Itzik-Izrael NUDEL born to Bentze and Shora NUDEL 11/09/1887 in
Tukkum.

Bentze and Shora lost their 1year old son Izrael 09/06/1886 in
Tukkem, but his place of birth had been Shavli, so they had
recently migrated to Tukkum.

Checking passenger lists I found Benze and Sore NUDEL arriving
in New York in 1907 which is the year Benedict and Sarah NADLE
said they arrived. I should also mention that Itzik-Izrael NUDEL
birth date is "exactly" one year later than what Isidore NADLE
gave his as, which is something I've run into before. Seems
they remember the month and day better than the year.

It appears my next area of interest is NUDEL in Shavli, Lithuania.
My how they keep increasing.

Again Thank You To All,

Dennis Donovan
Pensacola FL


Latvia SIG #Latvia NADLE and NUDEL from Tukums #latvia

collectorden
 

Hi again to the list,

First I want to thank all those who took the time to send me some
excellent suggestions.

I probably should have preference my previous post by saying that I am
not new to genealogy in general, having done my own family tree back to
Ireland and Sweden (although it still has a few holes).

What has been throwing me in my current research is the name changes,
which I haven't run into in my previous endeavours.

Searching the discussion group archives I found an excellent post
by Leonard Kamenetsky on the NUDELMAN surname which gave all the
variations which include NADEL, NODEL and NUDEL. I had done many
searches with NADEL and NODEL and their variants, but NUDEL was
new to me.

I then included NUDEL in my searches of Christine Usdin's vital
records translations and came up with the following:

Itzik-Izrael NUDEL born to Bentze and Shora NUDEL 11/09/1887 in
Tukkum.

Bentze and Shora lost their 1year old son Izrael 09/06/1886 in
Tukkem, but his place of birth had been Shavli, so they had
recently migrated to Tukkum.

Checking passenger lists I found Benze and Sore NUDEL arriving
in New York in 1907 which is the year Benedict and Sarah NADLE
said they arrived. I should also mention that Itzik-Izrael NUDEL
birth date is "exactly" one year later than what Isidore NADLE
gave his as, which is something I've run into before. Seems
they remember the month and day better than the year.

It appears my next area of interest is NUDEL in Shavli, Lithuania.
My how they keep increasing.

Again Thank You To All,

Dennis Donovan
Pensacola FL


Re: Surname STONE #general

Jules Levin
 

-----Original Message-----

It was probably Stein. Stein is Stone in Yiddish. As a general rule,
if you come across a Russian with a German-sounding name, chances
are pretty good that they or their ancestors were Jewish.
This would be a serious mistake. There were millions of ethnic
Germans living in the Russian Empire. There is a reason why the
Lutheran Church was an "official" religion in the Baltic area. In
the south of Russia were colonies of Germans brought in by Catherine
the Great. The cities of East-Central Europe, including cities under
Russian rule, such as Lemberg (L'vov, were being linguistically
Germanized. If you come across a Russian who was part of the Russian
Empire administration with a German-sounding name, chances are almost
certain that they were *not* Jewish!

Jules Levin
Los Angeles


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Surname STONE #general

Jules Levin
 

-----Original Message-----

It was probably Stein. Stein is Stone in Yiddish. As a general rule,
if you come across a Russian with a German-sounding name, chances
are pretty good that they or their ancestors were Jewish.
This would be a serious mistake. There were millions of ethnic
Germans living in the Russian Empire. There is a reason why the
Lutheran Church was an "official" religion in the Baltic area. In
the south of Russia were colonies of Germans brought in by Catherine
the Great. The cities of East-Central Europe, including cities under
Russian rule, such as Lemberg (L'vov, were being linguistically
Germanized. If you come across a Russian who was part of the Russian
Empire administration with a German-sounding name, chances are almost
certain that they were *not* Jewish!

Jules Levin
Los Angeles


New Kalush (Kalusz) website #general

Tony Hausner
 

A new website has been created for Kalush (Kalusz) in the
Ivano-Frankivsk (Stanislawow) Region

Go to

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kalush/kalush/maps.html

with many thanks to Ron Miller, Susana Leistner Bloch and Barbara
Ellman and to Susannah R. Juni who created the original website

There are many new features so I encourage you to explore the
various components, including a cadastral map recently added to
gesher galicia's website.

We hope to soon add data >from Ellis Island.

I encourage you to review the various new features.

Tony Hausner
Silver Spring, MD
thausner@gmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New Kalush (Kalusz) website #general

Tony Hausner
 

A new website has been created for Kalush (Kalusz) in the
Ivano-Frankivsk (Stanislawow) Region

Go to

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kalush/kalush/maps.html

with many thanks to Ron Miller, Susana Leistner Bloch and Barbara
Ellman and to Susannah R. Juni who created the original website

There are many new features so I encourage you to explore the
various components, including a cadastral map recently added to
gesher galicia's website.

We hope to soon add data >from Ellis Island.

I encourage you to review the various new features.

Tony Hausner
Silver Spring, MD
thausner@gmail.com


ViewMate translation request - Polish? Russian? #general

Jeff T. Severson
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a direct translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM25541

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you for the help! Much appreciated.

Regards,

Jeff Severson
Researching: Rosenthal, Simon, Fellerman
http://www.rosenthal-severson.com

MODERATOR NOTE: The document seems to be in Russian.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen ViewMate translation request - Polish? Russian? #general

Jeff T. Severson
 

I've posted a vital record in Polish for which I need a direct translation.
It is on ViewMate at the following address:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM25541

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you for the help! Much appreciated.

Regards,

Jeff Severson
Researching: Rosenthal, Simon, Fellerman
http://www.rosenthal-severson.com

MODERATOR NOTE: The document seems to be in Russian.

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