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Seeking RINKOVSKY Family Info. - Migration From Russian Empire to England, 1890's #lithuania

Pnina and Mike Rothenberg
 

My paternal grandmother, Amelia (Millie) RINKOVSKY, migrated with her six
sisters >from Russia (Lithuania area) to London, England, in the 1890's.
Their parents (Isaac and Rose RINKOVSKY), and youngest sibling (Adolph
RINKOVSKY) remained behind. My grandmother was born in a town that was
then known as Landverova, Russia. Now the town, in Lithuanian, is called
Lentvaris. It is located southwest of Vilna, and east of Trakai.

I have no migration information for my grandmother and her sisters to
England. Oral family history says their father played the flute in the
Czar's orchestra. Also, that the older sisters carried their younger
sisters, as some apparently were very young. What port they left from,
on the European mainland, and where they went upon arrival in England
(people and location) is not known. They did get to and live in East
London, where my grandmother married in 1900. Later, with husband and
four sons, my grandmother migrated to the Her sisters ultimately migrated,
with husbands and families, to South Africa.

It is the move to London that my family would like to learn more about.
Any suggestions on sources of information and how to contact them would be
appreciated.

Mike Rothenberg
San Jose, California
Researching (with spelling variations) RINKOVSKY (Lentvaris, between Vilna
and Trakai, Lithuania; EHRLICH, SILBER, STOCKHAMMER, KASSNER (Rava Ruska,
Werchrata, Niemerow, Narol, all Ukraine and Poland)


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Seeking RINKOVSKY Family Info. - Migration From Russian Empire to England, 1890's #lithuania

Pnina and Mike Rothenberg
 

My paternal grandmother, Amelia (Millie) RINKOVSKY, migrated with her six
sisters >from Russia (Lithuania area) to London, England, in the 1890's.
Their parents (Isaac and Rose RINKOVSKY), and youngest sibling (Adolph
RINKOVSKY) remained behind. My grandmother was born in a town that was
then known as Landverova, Russia. Now the town, in Lithuanian, is called
Lentvaris. It is located southwest of Vilna, and east of Trakai.

I have no migration information for my grandmother and her sisters to
England. Oral family history says their father played the flute in the
Czar's orchestra. Also, that the older sisters carried their younger
sisters, as some apparently were very young. What port they left from,
on the European mainland, and where they went upon arrival in England
(people and location) is not known. They did get to and live in East
London, where my grandmother married in 1900. Later, with husband and
four sons, my grandmother migrated to the Her sisters ultimately migrated,
with husbands and families, to South Africa.

It is the move to London that my family would like to learn more about.
Any suggestions on sources of information and how to contact them would be
appreciated.

Mike Rothenberg
San Jose, California
Researching (with spelling variations) RINKOVSKY (Lentvaris, between Vilna
and Trakai, Lithuania; EHRLICH, SILBER, STOCKHAMMER, KASSNER (Rava Ruska,
Werchrata, Niemerow, Narol, all Ukraine and Poland)


IAJGS PARIS 2012 - last news #lodz #poland

Congrès Paris 2012 Généaloj
 

Thanks to all those who registered yesterday.
Given the success we have decided to extend the opening of online
registration (www.paris2012.eu) until tomorrow Thursday noon - Paris time

Merci à tous ceux, tres nombreux, qui se sont inscrits hier : devant ce
succes, nous avons decide de prolonger l'ouverture des inscriptions sur le
Site (www.paris2012.eu) jusqu'à demain jeudi - heure de Paris !

The committee


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland IAJGS PARIS 2012 - last news #poland #lodz

Congrès Paris 2012 Généaloj
 

Thanks to all those who registered yesterday.
Given the success we have decided to extend the opening of online
registration (www.paris2012.eu) until tomorrow Thursday noon - Paris time

Merci à tous ceux, tres nombreux, qui se sont inscrits hier : devant ce
succes, nous avons decide de prolonger l'ouverture des inscriptions sur le
Site (www.paris2012.eu) jusqu'à demain jeudi - heure de Paris !

The committee


IAJGS PARIS 2012 - last news #poland

Congrès Paris 2012 Généaloj
 

Thanks to all those who registered yesterday.
Given the success we have decided to extend the opening of online
registration (www.paris2012.eu) until tomorrow Thursday noon - Paris time

Merci à tous ceux, tres nombreux, qui se sont inscrits hier : devant ce
succes, nous avons decide de prolonger l'ouverture des inscriptions sur le
Site (www.paris2012.eu) jusqu'à demain jeudi - heure de Paris !

The committee


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland IAJGS PARIS 2012 - last news #poland

Congrès Paris 2012 Généaloj
 

Thanks to all those who registered yesterday.
Given the success we have decided to extend the opening of online
registration (www.paris2012.eu) until tomorrow Thursday noon - Paris time

Merci à tous ceux, tres nombreux, qui se sont inscrits hier : devant ce
succes, nous avons decide de prolonger l'ouverture des inscriptions sur le
Site (www.paris2012.eu) jusqu'à demain jeudi - heure de Paris !

The committee


IAJGS PARIS 2012 - last news #poland

Congrès Paris 2012 Généaloj
 

Thanks to all those who registered yesterday.
Given the success we have decided to extend the opening of online
registration (www.paris2012.eu) until tomorrow Thursday noon - Paris time

Merci à tous ceux, tres nombreux, qui se sont inscrits hier : devant ce
succes, nous avons decide de prolonger l'ouverture des inscriptions sur le
Site (www.paris2012.eu) jusqu'à demain jeudi - heure de Paris !

The committee


JRI Poland #Poland IAJGS PARIS 2012 - last news #poland

Congrès Paris 2012 Généaloj
 

Thanks to all those who registered yesterday.
Given the success we have decided to extend the opening of online
registration (www.paris2012.eu) until tomorrow Thursday noon - Paris time

Merci à tous ceux, tres nombreux, qui se sont inscrits hier : devant ce
succes, nous avons decide de prolonger l'ouverture des inscriptions sur le
Site (www.paris2012.eu) jusqu'à demain jeudi - heure de Paris !

The committee


IAJGS PARIS 2012 - last news #lithuania

Congrès Paris 2012 Généaloj
 

Thanks to all those who registered yesterday.
Given the success we have decided to extend the opening of online
registration (www.paris2012.eu) until tomorrow Thursday noon - Paris time

Merci à tous ceux, tres nombreux, qui se sont inscrits hier : devant ce
succes, nous avons decide de prolonger l'ouverture des inscriptions sur le
Site (www.paris2012.eu) jusqu'à demain jeudi - heure de Paris !

The committee


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania IAJGS PARIS 2012 - last news #lithuania

Congrès Paris 2012 Généaloj
 

Thanks to all those who registered yesterday.
Given the success we have decided to extend the opening of online
registration (www.paris2012.eu) until tomorrow Thursday noon - Paris time

Merci à tous ceux, tres nombreux, qui se sont inscrits hier : devant ce
succes, nous avons decide de prolonger l'ouverture des inscriptions sur le
Site (www.paris2012.eu) jusqu'à demain jeudi - heure de Paris !

The committee


Vilnius District Research Group - New Co-ordinator #lithuania

Dorfleiv@...
 

LitvakSIG is pleased to announce that Vilnius District has a new
District Coordinator. Peggy Freedman and Bruce Zata will be co-ordinating
the district.

They are a well experienced team and we are very fortunate to have their
skills. Their primary tasks will be to identify new data sets and expand
the contributor base. On Peggy's recent trip to Lithuania she made a very
good start by identifying new record sets and has found enough new work to
keep this group going for a very, very long time.

Of course, the quicker the funds can be raised, the faster the work gets
done!

Please get them off to a good start by showing your support for them.
Go to www.litvaksig.org/contribute chose District Research Group
and select Vilnius.

My very best wishes to both Peggy and Bruce and a very big thank you for
agreeing to share the workload.

Dorothy Leivers
Coordinator of the District Coordinators of LitvakSIG


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Vilnius District Research Group - New Co-ordinator #lithuania

Dorfleiv@...
 

LitvakSIG is pleased to announce that Vilnius District has a new
District Coordinator. Peggy Freedman and Bruce Zata will be co-ordinating
the district.

They are a well experienced team and we are very fortunate to have their
skills. Their primary tasks will be to identify new data sets and expand
the contributor base. On Peggy's recent trip to Lithuania she made a very
good start by identifying new record sets and has found enough new work to
keep this group going for a very, very long time.

Of course, the quicker the funds can be raised, the faster the work gets
done!

Please get them off to a good start by showing your support for them.
Go to www.litvaksig.org/contribute chose District Research Group
and select Vilnius.

My very best wishes to both Peggy and Bruce and a very big thank you for
agreeing to share the workload.

Dorothy Leivers
Coordinator of the District Coordinators of LitvakSIG


Re: Ship records #general

Meron Lavie
 

Were they all >from the same home town? I have run into quite a few de facto
landsmen residences. For example, it seems that around that time there were
a few blocks in E. Houston St. which required a Buczacz-issued photo ID to
enter...

Meron LAVIE
Oranit, Israel

-----Original Message-----
From: ESLVIV@...
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2012 12:27 AM

I was looking at a ship record in the year 1902 that had information about
my wife's grandfather. What caught my eye was that the list of names on this
page were almost all bracketed together as going to 410 E 5th street in New
York.
Would anyone know what was at this address and how it affected the new
arrivals.

Errol Schneegurt NY
ESLVIV@...


Priaslo, Russland? #general

silberman@...
 

Does anyone have a clue on the town of Priaslo, Russland? I assume Russland
is Russia but can find no record of the town. The town name is >from the
Hamburg Ship lists.

I tried the town finder on the Jewish Gen Web site but the only close matches
for Priaslo seemed to be in Hungary at the time.

Stephen Silberman
silberman@...


Missing Family Information - Two Galicia Immigrants to Argentina (then Israel) #general

Pnina and Mike Rothenberg
 

I am researching my EHRLICH family, >from Rava Ruska, Poland (was in Galicia,
now in Ukraine). Two nephews of my maternal grandmother migrated, in the
early 1900's, to Argentina, possibly via Uruguay. Their names were David
EHRLICH AND Pinchas EHRLICH.

David remained in Argentina. Pinchas, also known as "Pinya", later migrated
to Israel. He apparently married, had children.

I would appreciate ideas on how to determine the following:

1 - Were David and Pinchas brothers?
2 - What was the first name of their father (or fathers?)

Perhaps Argentine (maybe Uruguay and Israel) immigration records could help
answer these questions. I'd be grateful for specific contact information to
these sources, and any others you think could be helpful.

Mike Rothenberg
San Jose, California
Researching (with spelling variations) EHRLICH, SILBER, STOCKHAMMER, KASSNER
(Rava Ruska, Werchrata, Niemerow, Narol, all Ukraine and Poland), RINKOVSKY
(Lentvaris, between Vilna and Trakai, Lithuania)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Ship records #general

Meron Lavie
 

Were they all >from the same home town? I have run into quite a few de facto
landsmen residences. For example, it seems that around that time there were
a few blocks in E. Houston St. which required a Buczacz-issued photo ID to
enter...

Meron LAVIE
Oranit, Israel

-----Original Message-----
From: ESLVIV@...
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2012 12:27 AM

I was looking at a ship record in the year 1902 that had information about
my wife's grandfather. What caught my eye was that the list of names on this
page were almost all bracketed together as going to 410 E 5th street in New
York.
Would anyone know what was at this address and how it affected the new
arrivals.

Errol Schneegurt NY
ESLVIV@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Priaslo, Russland? #general

silberman@...
 

Does anyone have a clue on the town of Priaslo, Russland? I assume Russland
is Russia but can find no record of the town. The town name is >from the
Hamburg Ship lists.

I tried the town finder on the Jewish Gen Web site but the only close matches
for Priaslo seemed to be in Hungary at the time.

Stephen Silberman
silberman@...


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Missing Family Information - Two Galicia Immigrants to Argentina (then Israel) #general

Pnina and Mike Rothenberg
 

I am researching my EHRLICH family, >from Rava Ruska, Poland (was in Galicia,
now in Ukraine). Two nephews of my maternal grandmother migrated, in the
early 1900's, to Argentina, possibly via Uruguay. Their names were David
EHRLICH AND Pinchas EHRLICH.

David remained in Argentina. Pinchas, also known as "Pinya", later migrated
to Israel. He apparently married, had children.

I would appreciate ideas on how to determine the following:

1 - Were David and Pinchas brothers?
2 - What was the first name of their father (or fathers?)

Perhaps Argentine (maybe Uruguay and Israel) immigration records could help
answer these questions. I'd be grateful for specific contact information to
these sources, and any others you think could be helpful.

Mike Rothenberg
San Jose, California
Researching (with spelling variations) EHRLICH, SILBER, STOCKHAMMER, KASSNER
(Rava Ruska, Werchrata, Niemerow, Narol, all Ukraine and Poland), RINKOVSKY
(Lentvaris, between Vilna and Trakai, Lithuania)


Re: Seeking RINKOVSKY Family Info. - Migration From Russian Empire to England, 1890's #lithuania

Lynn Saul <lynnsaul@...>
 

The UK census for the 1890s is extremely helpful. I found info on my
family under "databases/United Kingdom," through Jewishgen.

Lynn Saul
Reaearching Saul Veshasky Mandlestein Sereje Vilkia

Lynn Saul--sent >from my iPhone

On Jul 11, 2012, at 10:19 AM, Pnina and Mike Rothenberg wrote:


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
My paternal grandmother, Amelia (Millie) RINKOVSKY, migrated with her six
sisters >from Russia (Lithuania area) to London, England, in the 1890's.
Their parents (Isaac and Rose RINKOVSKY), and youngest sibling (Adolph
RINKOVSKY) remained behind. My grandmother was born in a town that was
then known as Landverova, Russia. Now the town, in Lithuanian, is called
Lentvaris. It is located southwest of Vilna, and east of Trakai.
=20
I have no migration information for my grandmother and her sisters to
England. Oral family history says their father played the flute in the
Czar's orchestra. Also, that the older sisters carried their younger
sisters, as some apparently were very young. What port they left from,
on the European mainland, and where they went upon arrival in England
(people and location) is not known. They did get to and live in East
London, where my grandmother married in 1900. Later, with husband and
four sons, my grandmother migrated to the Her sisters ultimately migrated,
with husbands and families, to South Africa.

It is the move to London that my family would like to learn more about.
Any suggestions on sources of information and how to contact them would be
appreciated.

Mike Rothenberg
San Jose, California
Researching (with spelling variations) RINKOVSKY (Lentvaris, between Vilna
and Trakai, Lithuania; EHRLICH, SILBER, STOCKHAMMER, KASSNER (Rava Ruska,
Werchrata, Niemerow, Narol, all Ukraine and Poland)


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: Seeking RINKOVSKY Family Info. - Migration From Russian Empire to England, 1890's #lithuania

Lynn Saul <lynnsaul@...>
 

The UK census for the 1890s is extremely helpful. I found info on my
family under "databases/United Kingdom," through Jewishgen.

Lynn Saul
Reaearching Saul Veshasky Mandlestein Sereje Vilkia

Lynn Saul--sent >from my iPhone

On Jul 11, 2012, at 10:19 AM, Pnina and Mike Rothenberg wrote:


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
My paternal grandmother, Amelia (Millie) RINKOVSKY, migrated with her six
sisters >from Russia (Lithuania area) to London, England, in the 1890's.
Their parents (Isaac and Rose RINKOVSKY), and youngest sibling (Adolph
RINKOVSKY) remained behind. My grandmother was born in a town that was
then known as Landverova, Russia. Now the town, in Lithuanian, is called
Lentvaris. It is located southwest of Vilna, and east of Trakai.
=20
I have no migration information for my grandmother and her sisters to
England. Oral family history says their father played the flute in the
Czar's orchestra. Also, that the older sisters carried their younger
sisters, as some apparently were very young. What port they left from,
on the European mainland, and where they went upon arrival in England
(people and location) is not known. They did get to and live in East
London, where my grandmother married in 1900. Later, with husband and
four sons, my grandmother migrated to the Her sisters ultimately migrated,
with husbands and families, to South Africa.

It is the move to London that my family would like to learn more about.
Any suggestions on sources of information and how to contact them would be
appreciated.

Mike Rothenberg
San Jose, California
Researching (with spelling variations) RINKOVSKY (Lentvaris, between Vilna
and Trakai, Lithuania; EHRLICH, SILBER, STOCKHAMMER, KASSNER (Rava Ruska,
Werchrata, Niemerow, Narol, all Ukraine and Poland)