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Research in Szklary, Tyczyn, Rzeszow area #galicia #poland

Stanley Diamond
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ilana Grallert wrote: "Looking for someone who has done genealogical research in
Szklary, Tyczyn, Rzeszow.'
 
The records for Szklary are in the books of the Jewish community of Tyczyn.
 
For details of available records off line, please write to tyczyn@...
 
Stanley Diamond M.S.M. 
Pultusk Area Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
 

 

Please visit the JRI-Poland website https://jri-poland.org/index.htm

 

 

 
 


ViewMate translation requests - German #translation

Debbie Terman
 

I would appreciate translations of 2 German birth records. You can view them at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM80951

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM80952

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.

Thank you so much,

Debbie Cohn Terman
Massachusetts, USA


German Translation #translation

Allan Karan
 

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

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM80911

Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page or you can contact me directly akaran1@... 

Thank you very much.

Allan Kaan


Viewmate Translation Request - Russian #poland #russia #translation

Greg Tuckman
 

Hello everyone,
I've posted a vital record in Russian for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the following address ...

https://nam04.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.jewishgen.org%2Fviewmate%2Fviewmateview.asp%3Fkey%3DVM81971&data=02%7C01%7C%7Ca286b2ca0e68455691ae08d7faa660c6%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C637253464795636761&sdata=87M6uirt4JPPyUetf8BFPhjQza09RqrJDRTWBg%2B1a9w%3D&reserved=0
Please respond via the form provided on the ViewMate image page.
Thank you very much.
Greg Tuckman
Phoenix, AZ


Re: Jewish gauchos Argentina #latinamerica

Mitchell Collier
 

Borrowing some resources mentioned in other threads:

(https://groups.jewishgen.org/g/main/topic/73962938?p=,,,20,0,0,0::Created,,argentina+OR+argentine,20,2,0,73962938,ct=1&ct=1)

 

CEMLA (https://cemla.com/) Argentina Immigrants Database

Search: https://cemla.com/buscador/

 

This private Facebook group is very helpful (request to join, then you can post).

Post in English and use the translate link to read the Spanish responses

Grupo de AGJA "Paul Armony"

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Gen.Judia.AR/?ref=bookmarks

AGJA on the web

http://www.agja.org.ar/

consultas.agja@...

 

Families from Mstibovo who immigrated to Argentina around the turn of the last century

https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/mscibow/MigrateA.html

 

Search for Jewish surnames

Website for researching the origin and meaning of the Jewish surnames and finding relatives in Argentina.

https://www.hebrewsurnames.com/search

 

Mitchell Collier

mcollierpa@...

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Original message:

Jewish gauchos Argentina #latinamerica
From: Michael Sharp
A uncle of my mother was a gaucho in Argentina but moved to Manchester UK to find a wife. We don't know where in eastern Europe he came from but assume he lived in one of the Hirsch  colonies in Argentina. Does anyone know of any searchable databases containing vital records, census or immigration data for the colonies?

 

 

 


Re: Searching for Ann Muriel PINKUS , Daily City, California #usa

Andrea <mrsandrea@...>
 

Dear Kathy
Your message caught my eye because I also have been researching Pincus and Cohen surnames. I have a subscription to Ancestry I did some look up’s for you. I did find and parents and I believe I just found her. She was born  30th, 1949. She is married to Barry Bardo. They live at 
1615 San Rafael Way in Camarillo Ca. Phone may be 806 388 9506   . I’m interested to know the records on your Pincus family. My Pinkus familynwere from Wreschen Prussia
Aloha from Kauai,
Andrea
mrsandrea@...


Re: Jewish gauchos Argentina #latinamerica

Alberto Guido Chester
 

Hi there
As far as I know, there are no databases (neither lists) of Jewish colonists in Argentina.
If your relative came to Argentina, the only database of arrivals is located at https://cemla.com/buscador/
Notice it is 1.incomplete due to lack of some of the original books, 2. does not have Soundex capabilities. 
This means you should search the surname with several spellings thinking like a Spanish speaking clerk in the 1900´s...so be creative.
 
Your assumption that this uncle was a colonist seems too vague, except if he came in the 1890´s
After the initial Baron de Hirshc efforts, thousands of Jews first from Russia and later from Poland came to Argentina.
 
Maybe he did economically well here, and had a business ? There are business guides, usually used by immigrants where he could advertise.
 
You dont mention if he came back to Argentina after finding a wife in Manchester. 
Notice it is 1. incomplete, 2. at the end of the form there are several cemeteries listed, check in each one, 3. these cemeteries serve people living in Greater Buenos AIres city, NOT the numerous Jewish communities in the vast interior of the country and 4 the search engine does not have a Soundex capability.
 
Hope this helps

Alberto Guido Chester
Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
 


Re: Need to have a Stenographic Shorthand Note Deciphered #translation

Barbara Sontz
 

Mark -

I'm not positive, but it looks like Gregg shorthand to me.  

https://doyouremember.com/38261/remember-gregg-shorthand-great-taking-notes

Barbara


Spain Gives Sephardic Jews Extra Time for Citizenship Status #sephardic

Jan Meisels Allen
 

 

 

Spain’s government announced on May 14 that it will extend the deadline for descendants of Sephardic Jews expelled from the country more than 500 years ago. They must have launched the process of acquiring Spanish citizenship but could not complete it due to the pandemic.  The extension is for one year until September 2021 and only applies to those who had presented their preliminary request for citizenship before the October 2019 deadline.

 

Applicants must sit for a mandatory test on their knowledge of Spain’s Constitution and culture that had been cancelled because of the pandemic and give them more time to travel to Spain for a required appearance before a notary.

 

In Oct. 2019, the ministry said that more than 132,000 people who claim Sephardic origins had requested Spanish citizenship since the law offering them the opportunity took effect in 2015.

 

Thank you to Randy Herschaft, Associated Press for sharing the article with us.

 

To read more see: https://apnews.com/fea1414177b3715728196ac1e967a4b6?fbclid=IwAR19g8Ub6vLmo65VqZBop0prqSYZM2uh-o08VOAQCQKPnGNabmvtNTHTzkU

 

Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee

 


Re: Looking for Information on Harry FEINGOLD and Bessie WEISS, from Poland to Phoenixville, PA and NYC 1890s #poland #usa

howard sachs
 

"Mixed marriage" may be an unduly polite term.  Somehow typically Jewish DNA appears in "Christian" families.  Geni has each generation of the Pence family, with a line going back to  a prominent Rabbi Weil in Southwestern Germany. Assuming in this case that the genealogy is sound (occasionally true), the surnames allow a guess that a Jewish woman  was the mother of a Gentile child late in 16th century Switzerland.  "Common law partnership" or something else?  So Geni says I am a 17th cousin--a bit remote.  In my paternal line the DNA suggests an early abandonment of the Jewish faith by some fellow in the Rhineland in the 17th century. I have run into a smattering of such situations.  Is there any write-up as to unusual frequency in that area at that time of religious turmoil--or are my conclusions entirely unsound? Howard Sachs (directed to message 642893--Roger Lustig)


Frank Finkenberg on JewishGen #general

Ralph Baer
 

Yesterday, I received a message from Frank FINKENBERG via the The JewishGen Family Finder (JGFF). It turns out that we are a match in the NORDHEIMER family of Memmelsdorf in Unterfranken in Bavaria, fifth cousins. My reply to him bounced. I assume that he has an old e-mail address on JewishGen. Does anyone have a current address? The one he used is a comcast.net address.

 

Please reply to me directly. Thanks. 

--
Ralph N. Baer        RalphNBaer@...       Washington, DC


Advice on how to find information on schools: Germany - Primary Schools "Agricultural and Commerce" #germany

lilliesjourney@...
 

Good Day to Everyone,

 

I need advice from those more experienced than me in family research as I may be going about this all wrong. I have been researching my Germany family tree over the last few months and have found details on my 4th Great Grandfather. The information is from the archivist from Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Bavaria. Browsing Google Books, I found an Annual Report in German on the "Agricultural and Commerce" school which has my 4th Great Grandfather's name mentioned in it. 

 

I am stumped to figure out which German Jewish Community he comes from before he left for the US in 1859. My family is not showing up as a part of the Jewish Community or Synagogue in Sulzbach in the time frame of 1817. Maybe we have the wrong "Sulzbach." Nathan's father married someone from "Floss," which is not too far away. There is a name change from the Fraenkel branch we believe is our branch of the family from Sulzbach. We have documents that state Nathan was from Sulzbach, and I thought if I can confirm where this school is, it would prove that indeed he was from this area. 

 

Family: Neftelberger

Location: Sulzbach, Bavaria

Document Found: Annual Report on Primary School in Prussia timeframe with my 4th Great Grandfathers Name (Nathan Neftelberger) Dated: 1850/51 

Notes: Nathan Neftelberger, age 14, From Sulzbach, Father: Handlesmann (Merchant)

Does not note: Where the school located

 

Fathers name: Wolf Hirsch Neftelberger (Unknown)

Mother: Fanny (Fradel) Boskowitz (Floss, Germany)

1837: Semmerl and Naftalie (Nathan) births

 

 

 

I tried many avenues to see if there was a historian or documentation on schools in 1840-1860. I've also emailed a German Genealogist in Sulzbach that specialist in the Jewish community there and still waiting for a response (Understanding that she probably has a backlog of emails). Any advice I would greatly appreciate it.

-- 

TracieLyn O'Brien-Rydzewski (Family Name: Neftelberger/Adler)

Lilliesjourney@...

Researching my Jewish family tree


Simplest & Best Way For Extended Family To View/Comment On Digital Photos? #general

Martin Kaminer
 

Hi All-
What have people found is the best way to 'crowdsource' knowledge about a collection of hundreds/thousands of family photos among several generations of extended family with widely varying (but on average low) technical ability?  We have basic metadata for many of the images, which span nearly 150 years, though there are many errors and omissions that need to be fixed.  I'd also love to allow for people to comment with their own stories and recollections even on photos we've fully identified.  What is the best, simplest but also most useful software/system/site for doing this?  Everything I've seen is either too complex or too basic. Welcome your guidance.
Appreciatively,
Martin Kaminer


Re: another search for Karin #usa

ealevy77@...
 

If you are seeking help from others, it would be helpful if we had ages or years.
There are several Stephen Mintzs on FB for example. Is the son grown up already?
Have you tried contacting the Kibbutz?
Do you have the husband's name?
Detectives need all the clues you can provide.


Re: Last residence of Riga in 1920 before immigrating to US, says the passenger manifest #usa #latvia #lithuania

barbara Schoenburg
 

My family also went from Kiev to Riga for in 1925. They applied to go to US two months later but ended up going to Canada 2 years later. Have various passports and immigration papers. 


Jewish gauchos Argentina #latinamerica

Michael Sharp
 

A uncle of my mother was a gaucho in Argentina but moved to Manchester UK to find a wife. We don't know where in eastern Europe he came from but assume he lived in one of the Hirsch  colonies in Argentina. Does anyone know of any searchable databases containing vital records, census or immigration data for the colonies?


Re: The Genetic Genealogist Detective Series Change of Premiere Date to June 2 #dna #usa #events

Linda Kelley
 

Comcast here in Portland, OR says The Genetic Detective will air on ABC, starting May 26 at 10 p.m. Pacific time. 
Linda Wolfe Kelley
Portland, OR, USA


Research in Szklary, Tyczyn, Rzeszow area #galicia #poland

Ilana Grallert
 

Looking for someone who has done genealogical research in Szklary, Tyczyn, Rzeszow. I am kind of stuck with my research into DAWID KRANZ who married  ROBERTA  HORNSTEIN (1833-1908). They had two sons MOSES (1867-1891) and SALEM (1868-1936). Dawid's father is possibly a SHULEM KRANZ (1782-1852).  Any tips or pointers would be appreciated.
Thanks.
Ilana Grallert
New Hampshire


Re: Last residence of Riga in 1920 before immigrating to US, says the passenger manifest #usa #latvia #lithuania

averybuie1@...
 

My family also went to Riga before immigration (it's only listed as a last residence on one naturalization document out of six), and I've heard this was so they could have a medical examination. This was in 1923, and I tried finding my original source for this, but since I couldn't I suspect I heard it directly from a family member. This might be a reason why it's listed for your family.

Hope this helps!
Avery


Re: Forgot to sign my name to new topic #lithuania #ukraine

jbonline1111@...
 

Was your post published?  If so, I guess you are okay. If not, repost the topic with your signature.  It's easier to add your name in the settings.
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Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC

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