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FREEMAN/LEVY - Liverpool/Dublin #general

monicamcmullin@mac.com
 

Sarah FREEMAN nee LEVY lived at 52, Smithdown Lane, LIVERPOOL in 1915.
I believe she was the wife of Philip FREEMAN and they had married in Dublin
in 1880.

Sarah's father was David LEVY. They are listed on the 1901 & 1911 Dublin
censuses with daughters; Eva, Ellen, Lilian, Minnie & Esther. In 1911,
Philip FREEMAN ran an Antique shop in Dublin. It is possible that Philip
died circa 1917.

Please contact me if these names are familiar to you.

Monica McMullin
monicamcmullin@mac.com
Liverpool UK


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen FREEMAN/LEVY - Liverpool/Dublin #general

monicamcmullin@mac.com
 

Sarah FREEMAN nee LEVY lived at 52, Smithdown Lane, LIVERPOOL in 1915.
I believe she was the wife of Philip FREEMAN and they had married in Dublin
in 1880.

Sarah's father was David LEVY. They are listed on the 1901 & 1911 Dublin
censuses with daughters; Eva, Ellen, Lilian, Minnie & Esther. In 1911,
Philip FREEMAN ran an Antique shop in Dublin. It is possible that Philip
died circa 1917.

Please contact me if these names are familiar to you.

Monica McMullin
monicamcmullin@mac.com
Liverpool UK


Re: Origin of Polish Names #general

Sharon Brown
 

In my family, we have two brothers who left Poland at the same time on the
same ship with the same surname and when they arrived in America, they each
had adopted different last names: one, a translation of the Polish name,
and the other, with a completely different and seemingly unrelated name.
No one currently living knows how or why this transformation took place,
and it continues into the present generations.

sharonb2468@yahoo.com
sharon brown
RESEARCHING: BRAUM, BRAUN, BROWN / GASSEE, HASSE / WACHSMAN / BLACKSTEIN,
BLACKSTONE, BLACHSZTAJN / APPELBAUM, EPELBAUM / TAJTELBAUM / FLYASHMAN /
GOLDWASER / MINTZ / KNEBEL / RAICHMAN, RICHMAN, LERMAN / SMITH / VILLIERS /
MILLER / WEISMAN / FREEMAN / BARNOY (PLACES: Osiek, Staszow, Klimontow,
Ostrowiec, Cmielow, Bogoria (Poland). Utica, western New York, Portland, ME,
Boston, New York, Toronto; London; Willesden, England; Israel; Argentina, Brazil

On 1/19/2012 4:30 PM, Marc&Carine Ryszfeld wrote:> ...Despite going through

FAQs and InfoFiles on the origin of Polish names, I'm a bit confused. Data
for my family in Warszaw seem to point to a single ancestor, Eliasz, born
in the 1770s and buried under the name RYSZFELD in Warszaw. I assume it is
highly unlikely that he was a single male child. Then I would expect his
brothers to bear the same newly adopted surname. Obviously, I may be
missing some critical data. But also, could it be that different brothers
adopted completely different surnames? Thank you for your insight.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Origin of Polish Names #general

Sharon Brown
 

In my family, we have two brothers who left Poland at the same time on the
same ship with the same surname and when they arrived in America, they each
had adopted different last names: one, a translation of the Polish name,
and the other, with a completely different and seemingly unrelated name.
No one currently living knows how or why this transformation took place,
and it continues into the present generations.

sharonb2468@yahoo.com
sharon brown
RESEARCHING: BRAUM, BRAUN, BROWN / GASSEE, HASSE / WACHSMAN / BLACKSTEIN,
BLACKSTONE, BLACHSZTAJN / APPELBAUM, EPELBAUM / TAJTELBAUM / FLYASHMAN /
GOLDWASER / MINTZ / KNEBEL / RAICHMAN, RICHMAN, LERMAN / SMITH / VILLIERS /
MILLER / WEISMAN / FREEMAN / BARNOY (PLACES: Osiek, Staszow, Klimontow,
Ostrowiec, Cmielow, Bogoria (Poland). Utica, western New York, Portland, ME,
Boston, New York, Toronto; London; Willesden, England; Israel; Argentina, Brazil

On 1/19/2012 4:30 PM, Marc&Carine Ryszfeld wrote:> ...Despite going through

FAQs and InfoFiles on the origin of Polish names, I'm a bit confused. Data
for my family in Warszaw seem to point to a single ancestor, Eliasz, born
in the 1770s and buried under the name RYSZFELD in Warszaw. I assume it is
highly unlikely that he was a single male child. Then I would expect his
brothers to bear the same newly adopted surname. Obviously, I may be
missing some critical data. But also, could it be that different brothers
adopted completely different surnames? Thank you for your insight.


HIAS Individual Case Files, Boston #general

Susan&David
 

The American Jewish Historical Society, New England Archives in Boston
is digitizing and indexing a large number of its records. A partial
listing of Boston Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society Case Files is posted on
their website.

http://ajhsboston.org/2011/05/05/boston-hias-individual-case-files-partial-listing/

David Rosen
Boston, MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen HIAS Individual Case Files, Boston #general

Susan&David
 

The American Jewish Historical Society, New England Archives in Boston
is digitizing and indexing a large number of its records. A partial
listing of Boston Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society Case Files is posted on
their website.

http://ajhsboston.org/2011/05/05/boston-hias-individual-case-files-partial-listing/

David Rosen
Boston, MA


Database: Repressed professors #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

There is a list of 286 professors and scholars who were victims of
repression found on the Russian language site:
http://www.ihst.ru/projects/sohist/repress/professors.htm,
or http://tinyurl.com/6lr4swu.

It includes some Jews >from Ukraine and other areas of the USSR.
It has: name, DOB, birth place,work place, residence, Arrest date,
conviction/accusation, sentence, place of execution, "reabsorption" (?).

Download any of the following, to convert the website into the
language of your choice, if necessary:

1. Google Chrome - For PC, Mac, and Linux
www.google.com/chrome

and/or

2. http://www.google.com/language_tools

3. or download Google Toolbar (with translation capability for
IE or Firefox browsers):
http://www.google.com/toolbar/ff/index.html#tracking=1&utm_
campaign=en&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-bk&utm_medium=ha&utm_
term=google%20tool%20bar&tbbrand=GZAG

or http://tinyurl.com/6nzr4yy

4. There is also "Googlebar lite" an extension for Mozilla
Firefox, downloadable at:https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/
firefox/addon/googlebar-lite/

A reader, also mentioned that if you have the latest version
of Internet Explorer (IE 9) you can '...easily translate the
webpages by right clicking with your mouse and selecting
"translate with Bing...'

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Database: Repressed professors #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

There is a list of 286 professors and scholars who were victims of
repression found on the Russian language site:
http://www.ihst.ru/projects/sohist/repress/professors.htm,
or http://tinyurl.com/6lr4swu.

It includes some Jews >from Ukraine and other areas of the USSR.
It has: name, DOB, birth place,work place, residence, Arrest date,
conviction/accusation, sentence, place of execution, "reabsorption" (?).

Download any of the following, to convert the website into the
language of your choice, if necessary:

1. Google Chrome - For PC, Mac, and Linux
www.google.com/chrome

and/or

2. http://www.google.com/language_tools

3. or download Google Toolbar (with translation capability for
IE or Firefox browsers):
http://www.google.com/toolbar/ff/index.html#tracking=1&utm_
campaign=en&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-bk&utm_medium=ha&utm_
term=google%20tool%20bar&tbbrand=GZAG

or http://tinyurl.com/6nzr4yy

4. There is also "Googlebar lite" an extension for Mozilla
Firefox, downloadable at:https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/
firefox/addon/googlebar-lite/

A reader, also mentioned that if you have the latest version
of Internet Explorer (IE 9) you can '...easily translate the
webpages by right clicking with your mouse and selecting
"translate with Bing...'

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Ukraine: Repression & Rehabilitation #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

On the Ukrainian language site, "National Database of Victims of
Political Repressions of the Soviet erin in Ukraine", at:
http://www.reabit.org.ua/nbr/ there is an alphabetical database
of 91,710 people, some of whom are Jewish--names (last,first,
middle) year of birth, birth place, "location"(??).

On the same site, at:http://www.reabit.org.ua/books/dn/ there are
also books in pdf format (in Ukrainian or Russian), "Rehabilitated
by History", they offer "biographical information about the
repressed inhabitants" and other topics, broken down into the
various regions.

Information about repression (Jews/nonJews) in areas outside
of the Ukraine can be found at:http://visz.nlr.ru/links.html

Download any of the following, to convert the website into
the language of your choice, if necessary:

1. Google Chrome - For PC, Mac, and Linux
www.google.com/chrome

and/or

2. http://www.google.com/language_tools

3. or download Google Toolbar (with translation capability
for IE or Firefox browsers):
http://www.google.com/toolbar/ff/index.html#tracking=1&utm_
campaign=en&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-bk&utm_medium=ha&utm_
term=google%20tool%20bar&tbbrand=GZAG

or http://tinyurl.com/6nzr4yy

4. There is also "Googlebar lite" an extension for Mozilla
Firefox, downloadable at:https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/
firefox/addon/googlebar-lite/

A reader, also mentioned that if you have the latest version
of Internet Explorer (IE 9) you can '...easily translate the
webpages by right clicking with your mouse and selecting
"translate with Bing...'

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Ukraine: Repression & Rehabilitation #ukraine

Marilyn Robinson
 

On the Ukrainian language site, "National Database of Victims of
Political Repressions of the Soviet erin in Ukraine", at:
http://www.reabit.org.ua/nbr/ there is an alphabetical database
of 91,710 people, some of whom are Jewish--names (last,first,
middle) year of birth, birth place, "location"(??).

On the same site, at:http://www.reabit.org.ua/books/dn/ there are
also books in pdf format (in Ukrainian or Russian), "Rehabilitated
by History", they offer "biographical information about the
repressed inhabitants" and other topics, broken down into the
various regions.

Information about repression (Jews/nonJews) in areas outside
of the Ukraine can be found at:http://visz.nlr.ru/links.html

Download any of the following, to convert the website into
the language of your choice, if necessary:

1. Google Chrome - For PC, Mac, and Linux
www.google.com/chrome

and/or

2. http://www.google.com/language_tools

3. or download Google Toolbar (with translation capability
for IE or Firefox browsers):
http://www.google.com/toolbar/ff/index.html#tracking=1&utm_
campaign=en&utm_source=en-ha-na-us-bk&utm_medium=ha&utm_
term=google%20tool%20bar&tbbrand=GZAG

or http://tinyurl.com/6nzr4yy

4. There is also "Googlebar lite" an extension for Mozilla
Firefox, downloadable at:https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/
firefox/addon/googlebar-lite/

A reader, also mentioned that if you have the latest version
of Internet Explorer (IE 9) you can '...easily translate the
webpages by right clicking with your mouse and selecting
"translate with Bing...'

Marilyn Robinson
Florida


Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive #108 #france

Georges Graner
 

Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive # 108 has been distributed.
Here is the summary:
Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, issue 108, Winter 2011

Guy Worms explains how the hyphenated surname Strauss-Kahn was formed.
The story takes place in Alsace. In 1808 Feistel Joseph becomes Joseph
Strauss at Haguenau (Bas-Rhin). His ancestry is given up to the 17th
century. His great-grandson Gaston Strauss is born in 1875. Another
Alsatian family is the Kahn family (a local spelling of Cohen) which is
also tracked up to the 17th century. Max Marius Kahn is born in 1904.
Gaston Strauss and Marius Kahn are remote cousins. Gaston Strauss' wife
is a catholic girl named Yvonne Stengel and they have a son Gilbert
Strauss in 1918. Gaston Strauss has been seriously wounded during WW1
so that he calls his cousin Marius to help him in his business. After
Gaston's death in 1934, his widow marries Marius in 1937. The latter
decides to adopt his step-son Gilbert in 1939. After this adoption,
Gilbert is officially called Gilbert Strauss-Kahn. Therefore this
surname comes >from the two husbands of Yvonne Stengel.

In the last issue of this journal Pascal Faustini looked for the
origins of the Wolf and Berr Orchel families >from Nancy. In the present
one, Pierre-André Meyer details some documents which allow to establish
the links between these families. He shows marriage contracts, after
death inventories, donations and family boards.

Avraham Malthête has studied the register of circoncisions of the mohel
Jacob Halphen (1828-1865) >from Bourbonne-les-Bains (Haute-Marne). This
register was given in 2009 to the Alliance Israélite Universelle library
by Mr Denis Marciano. This mohelbuch contains 605 acts >from many
different places all over in France. Members of the CGJ are concerned by
several of these acts.

Bernard Lyon-Caen was interested in the Alsatian surname Oury and
found that it was changed into Ury or Uhri among the offsprings of a
same ancestor in the 19th century.

Our Chairman, Bruno Bloch, provide us his children's ancestry. Only 7
generations are included in the present issue. The complete work,
totalizing 41 generations (up to an ancestor born ca. 635), can be
consulted on our website www.genealoj.org in the Members' corner.

This issue also reminds you to register for the 32nd IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy, Paris July 15-18, 2012. Look at
www.paris2012.eu


French SIG #France Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive #108 #france

Georges Graner
 

Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive # 108 has been distributed.
Here is the summary:
Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive, issue 108, Winter 2011

Guy Worms explains how the hyphenated surname Strauss-Kahn was formed.
The story takes place in Alsace. In 1808 Feistel Joseph becomes Joseph
Strauss at Haguenau (Bas-Rhin). His ancestry is given up to the 17th
century. His great-grandson Gaston Strauss is born in 1875. Another
Alsatian family is the Kahn family (a local spelling of Cohen) which is
also tracked up to the 17th century. Max Marius Kahn is born in 1904.
Gaston Strauss and Marius Kahn are remote cousins. Gaston Strauss' wife
is a catholic girl named Yvonne Stengel and they have a son Gilbert
Strauss in 1918. Gaston Strauss has been seriously wounded during WW1
so that he calls his cousin Marius to help him in his business. After
Gaston's death in 1934, his widow marries Marius in 1937. The latter
decides to adopt his step-son Gilbert in 1939. After this adoption,
Gilbert is officially called Gilbert Strauss-Kahn. Therefore this
surname comes >from the two husbands of Yvonne Stengel.

In the last issue of this journal Pascal Faustini looked for the
origins of the Wolf and Berr Orchel families >from Nancy. In the present
one, Pierre-André Meyer details some documents which allow to establish
the links between these families. He shows marriage contracts, after
death inventories, donations and family boards.

Avraham Malthête has studied the register of circoncisions of the mohel
Jacob Halphen (1828-1865) >from Bourbonne-les-Bains (Haute-Marne). This
register was given in 2009 to the Alliance Israélite Universelle library
by Mr Denis Marciano. This mohelbuch contains 605 acts >from many
different places all over in France. Members of the CGJ are concerned by
several of these acts.

Bernard Lyon-Caen was interested in the Alsatian surname Oury and
found that it was changed into Ury or Uhri among the offsprings of a
same ancestor in the 19th century.

Our Chairman, Bruno Bloch, provide us his children's ancestry. Only 7
generations are included in the present issue. The complete work,
totalizing 41 generations (up to an ancestor born ca. 635), can be
consulted on our website www.genealoj.org in the Members' corner.

This issue also reminds you to register for the 32nd IAJGS International
Conference on Jewish Genealogy, Paris July 15-18, 2012. Look at
www.paris2012.eu


Martyrs in Alsace #france

blum@...
 

Two of my ancestors are mentioned in the Ketouba of one of their
children or grandchildren as "martyr", meaning that they died
al Kiddush hashem.

Does anybody know about published research on blood libel trials
in Alsace in the 18th century?

A third ancestor was murdered, but how and where are not clear.
Specifically,I search for relevant details on the cases of
- Meyer Moises BLOCH >from Wintzenheim. He is mentioned in the Ketouba
of his daughter Beylen BLOCH, who married on 05.02.1732 Isaac-Eisik WURMSER,
apparently in Uffholtz (acc. to Jean Lorentz);

- Jacob DREYFUS >from Froeningue, the father of Samuel DREYFUS
- Leopold Löwel GÖTSCHEL lived 1784 as son in the 9th family in
Rothbach, Bas Rhin. His father was Götschel (LEVY?). Later he moved
to Niederhagental(Hagenthal-le-bas). According to the marriage
registration of his son Caspar/Gaspard GÖTSCHEL, he was murdered
on 25.11.1803 in Obermuehlebach or Obermichelbach (the place name
is difficult to read). I could not find this
death registration in Obermuespach (Muespach-le-haut) or
Muehlebach-sur-Munster. Michelbach-le-haut did not answer,
also not the unlikely Obermichelbach in Germany.

Abraham BLUM
ID 84699


French SIG #France Martyrs in Alsace #france

blum@...
 

Two of my ancestors are mentioned in the Ketouba of one of their
children or grandchildren as "martyr", meaning that they died
al Kiddush hashem.

Does anybody know about published research on blood libel trials
in Alsace in the 18th century?

A third ancestor was murdered, but how and where are not clear.
Specifically,I search for relevant details on the cases of
- Meyer Moises BLOCH >from Wintzenheim. He is mentioned in the Ketouba
of his daughter Beylen BLOCH, who married on 05.02.1732 Isaac-Eisik WURMSER,
apparently in Uffholtz (acc. to Jean Lorentz);

- Jacob DREYFUS >from Froeningue, the father of Samuel DREYFUS
- Leopold Löwel GÖTSCHEL lived 1784 as son in the 9th family in
Rothbach, Bas Rhin. His father was Götschel (LEVY?). Later he moved
to Niederhagental(Hagenthal-le-bas). According to the marriage
registration of his son Caspar/Gaspard GÖTSCHEL, he was murdered
on 25.11.1803 in Obermuehlebach or Obermichelbach (the place name
is difficult to read). I could not find this
death registration in Obermuespach (Muespach-le-haut) or
Muehlebach-sur-Munster. Michelbach-le-haut did not answer,
also not the unlikely Obermichelbach in Germany.

Abraham BLUM
ID 84699


Relationship to Capt. DREYFUS #france

André Convers
 

In a message on 19 Jan 2012, Rosanne Leeson asked the relationship who may
exist between the DREYFUS of San Salvador and the Capt. Alfred DREYFUS.

Capt. Jacques DREYFUS born in San Salvador on 05 Apr 1892 was decorated
of the Legion d'Honneur :
http://www.culture.gouv.fr/LH/LH101/PG/FRDAFAN84_O19800035v0023779.htm
his file on line shows also his photo.

Capt. Jacques DREYFUS was the son of Julien DREYFUS (o Vesoul 1863 +
Paris 1918) and of Zelia WIMPHEN.

Julien DREYFUS was the son of Jacques DREYFUS of Sierentz and of Rose HAAS
of Sarreguemines.

Lazare DREYFUS, brother of Julien (o Vesoul 1851) was also in San Salvador.


Except the fact that Jacques DREYFUS was a Capt in the french army I
do not find any connection with Alfred DREYFUS.

Hope this will help

Andre Convers
Louveciennes, France


French SIG #France Relationship to Capt. DREYFUS #france

André Convers
 

In a message on 19 Jan 2012, Rosanne Leeson asked the relationship who may
exist between the DREYFUS of San Salvador and the Capt. Alfred DREYFUS.

Capt. Jacques DREYFUS born in San Salvador on 05 Apr 1892 was decorated
of the Legion d'Honneur :
http://www.culture.gouv.fr/LH/LH101/PG/FRDAFAN84_O19800035v0023779.htm
his file on line shows also his photo.

Capt. Jacques DREYFUS was the son of Julien DREYFUS (o Vesoul 1863 +
Paris 1918) and of Zelia WIMPHEN.

Julien DREYFUS was the son of Jacques DREYFUS of Sierentz and of Rose HAAS
of Sarreguemines.

Lazare DREYFUS, brother of Julien (o Vesoul 1851) was also in San Salvador.


Except the fact that Jacques DREYFUS was a Capt in the french army I
do not find any connection with Alfred DREYFUS.

Hope this will help

Andre Convers
Louveciennes, France


Re: Travel from Mogilev region to England, maybe via Hamburg, in 1905? #general

Anna Reuter <anna94306@...>
 

Dear Cousins:

Check out:
http://www.movinghere.org.uk/galleries/histories/jewish/journeys/journeys.htm

It discusses how Jews traveled >from Eastern Europe to England and beyond.

Martha Forsyth <theforsyths@verizon.net> wrote:
I'm wondering what route my grandfather (Abraham SCHECTER/SCHECTER) might
have taken when he "fled" because of his involvement with the failing 1905
Russian Revolution? Supposedly he "left on foot, made his way to Hamburg".
He spent probably only several weeks in England with his wife and infant
daughter, before leaving for Philadelphia in June of 1905. (Family followed
6 months later.) ...
Regards,

Anna Reuter
Palo Alto, California, USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Travel from Mogilev region to England, maybe via Hamburg, in 1905? #general

Anna Reuter <anna94306@...>
 

Dear Cousins:

Check out:
http://www.movinghere.org.uk/galleries/histories/jewish/journeys/journeys.htm

It discusses how Jews traveled >from Eastern Europe to England and beyond.

Martha Forsyth <theforsyths@verizon.net> wrote:
I'm wondering what route my grandfather (Abraham SCHECTER/SCHECTER) might
have taken when he "fled" because of his involvement with the failing 1905
Russian Revolution? Supposedly he "left on foot, made his way to Hamburg".
He spent probably only several weeks in England with his wife and infant
daughter, before leaving for Philadelphia in June of 1905. (Family followed
6 months later.) ...
Regards,

Anna Reuter
Palo Alto, California, USA


JGS Greater Miami January 29,2012 Special Event and Surprise Bonus..... #general

Joan Parker <joanparker@...>
 

JGS of Greater Miami will be meeting Sunday, January 29, 2012, 10:00am
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
4200 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL
Tel: 305-576-4000 for directions.
Free Secure Parking on site. Press #001 on the box and the gate will open.
Have ID. Special complimentary refreshments.

Visit our website jgs-miami.org
Facebook: Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Miami, Inc.

If you're in the Miami area, don't miss this exciting and unique
presentation with the fabulous Steve Morse, (http://stevemorse.org) creator
of the "One Step" genealogy search engine as we celebrate our 23rd
Anniversary. Steve has been presenting his 1940 census lectures nationwide,
but we are the only JGS to have this special bonus that Steve agreed to do
for our members. Five lucky members will be selected (more if time permits)
after his presentation and Steve Morse will run your search for you.

This time we must charge $5.00 admission for non-members. Any guest who
joins the fee will be waived and that person will be eligible for the
drawing. $25 single; $35 family. Remember, for the extra bonus only members
and those joining at the door, will be eligible for a chance to have Steve
Morse do their search for the 1940 ED. Don't miss this exciting and unique
opportunity.

Contact Frances Waxman, VP/Membership (fjw6@comcast.net) if you plan to
attend so we can provide for sufficient refreshments, or call her cell at
786-210-7966.

Guests and their friends are always welcome. $5 admission this time only. As
always no admission fee for members. Come and enjoy the morning of genealogy
with your fellow researchers. This should be a very informative session. We
look forward to seeing you there to share this and for us to share with you.

Joan Parker, President
JGS of Greater Miami, Inc.
joanparker@intergate.com

Searching: GOLDBERG, GOODSTEIN/GUDSTEIN (sp), BERGER, JAGODA/YAGODA-Lipno,
Plock, Warsaw Poland/Russia; Bronx and Brooklyn, NY; Galveston, TX. PARKER,
PINKUS/PINCUS, (GERSHKOBERKOVNA) WINOGRAD, ROSEN-Brest, (Litovsk)Belarus;
Grodno, Russia; Bronx and Brooklyn, NY. WEISS-Brooklyn, NY; NEIBERG-Brooklyn,
NY; DEL PINO-Brooklyn, NY. KATZ, TROCK, GELFAND, KRITZOFF-Berezen/Bresin,
Kodima, Minsk, Belarus; Bronx, NY, Miami & Miami Beach, FL.


Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon January Meeting #general

Jewish Genealogical Society of OR <jgsoregon@...>
 

"Jewish Lithuania Before 1941" is the topic for Nathan Cogan's presentation.
He produced and will show his video entitled "Lost Remnants of Lithuanian
Jewry" followed by a question and answer session about Litvak genealogy.

Sunday, January 22, 2012
1 PM
Ahavat Achim
3225 Barbur Blvd., Portland
Free for members.
$5 contribution requested for non-members, applicable toward membership

For more information contact:
jgsoregon@gmail.com

Toby Blake
Membership Chair

168301 - 168320 of 659683