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Re: Jewish Genealogy Society ofCleveland February 9 meeting

Pieter Hoekstra
 

Could you tell us what country this meeting is in?


Re: Jewish Genealogy Society ofCleveland February 9 meeting

Deanna Levinsky <DEANNASMAC@...>
 

Hello 
I’m looking to make contact with the daughter of my first cousin 
Her name is Allison Marmer Mandel 
Could you pass my name and email address to her if you know her?
Thanks 
Deanna Mandel Levinsky 
Daughter of Moe Mandel who was her mother Arlene’s uncle


On Thu, Jan 23, 2020 at 5:31 PM SylviaA9 via Groups.Jewishgen.Org <SylviaA9=aol.com@...> wrote:
Cleveland Jewish Genealogy Society logo
The next meeting of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland is on

Sunday, February 9, 2020
at 1:30 pm


at the
 
Park Synagogue East
Men's Club  Board Room
27500 Shaker Blvd 
Pepper Pike
 
Our Program:

Deborah Katz
Speaking on
Reflections on the 
2019 KATZ FAMILY REUNION; 
Lessons Learned, or 
the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Our speaker will be JGSC member Deborah Katz who will share lessons learned in the process of planning a large family reunion in Cleveland during the summer of 2019 when the city was host to the annual conference of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies. The reunion drew 200 Katz relatives for a three-day celebration to honor ancestors who journeyed to America from Padzelva, Lithuania. 
 
Board members will be available at our Help Desk from 1:00 to 1:30 PM 
to help with questions and problems.
 
Please share this notice with non-members who may have interest in the program
and invite them to accompany you.
 
 
The Winter 2019 edition of THE KOL is now available for download from our website. 
 
Cleveland Jewish
                                              Genealogy Society logo

Stewart Hoicowitz, President 
Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland
president@...

Submitted by Sylvia F. Abrams
JGSC Immediate Past President
On behalf of Programming Committee


--
Deanna M. Levinsky, Long Island, NY


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Jewish Genealogy Society ofCleveland February 9 meeting

Sylvia Fleck Abrams
 

Cleveland Jewish Genealogy Society logo
The next meeting of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland is on

Sunday, February 9, 2020
at 1:30 pm


at the
 
Park Synagogue East
Men's Club  Board Room
27500 Shaker Blvd 
Pepper Pike
 
Our Program:

Deborah Katz
Speaking on
Reflections on the 
2019 KATZ FAMILY REUNION; 
Lessons Learned, or 
the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Our speaker will be JGSC member Deborah Katz who will share lessons learned in the process of planning a large family reunion in Cleveland during the summer of 2019 when the city was host to the annual conference of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies. The reunion drew 200 Katz relatives for a three-day celebration to honor ancestors who journeyed to America from Padzelva, Lithuania. 
 
Board members will be available at our Help Desk from 1:00 to 1:30 PM 
to help with questions and problems.
 
Please share this notice with non-members who may have interest in the program
and invite them to accompany you.
 
 
The Winter 2019 edition of THE KOL is now available for download from our website. 
 
Cleveland Jewish
                                              Genealogy Society logo

Stewart Hoicowitz, President 
Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland
president@...

Submitted by Sylvia F. Abrams
JGSC Immediate Past President
On behalf of Programming Committee


Re: Alex Krakovsky Ukraine postings - Alphabetical Listing of Surnames #ukraine

Gary Pokrassa
 

Ilya

There are literally several thousand files posted by Alex Krakovsky.  Many do have such links but it is not possible nor practical to do what you are asking.  We have our hands full just keeping up with the actual records being posted by Alex K. The best way for any researcher to proceed is to first locate a file in the Alex K wiki files which is of interest.  That is why I described how to find such a link on the wiki page

Gary Pokrassa
Data Acquisition Director
Ukraine Research Group


Re: Alex Krakovsky Ukraine postings - Alphabetical Listing of Surnames #ukraine

Gary Pokrassa
 

Mike

We are not aware of your project - who is doing the work?  Also when complete would you please provide a link to this work to avoid duplication.....thanks

Also to respond to your question yes there is such a list posted - here is the link: 
Gary Pokrassa
Data Acquisition Director
Ukraine Research Group


Re: REPLY button

Murray Sperber
 

I forgot to add that I do not have to log into JewishGen.


Re: REPLY button

Murray Sperber
 

I use Mozilla Thunderbird.  Below the message appear 3 options; on the left "REPLY", in the middle "LIKE", on the right "MORE".  Clicking on  "REPLY" brings up an email form at the bottom left is "REPLY TO GROUP & SENDER" .  Immediately to the right is "DISCARD".  At the far right is "PRIVATE".  Clicking on "PRIVATE" changes the "REPLY TO GROUP & SENDER" button to "REPLY TO SENDER".


Re: Tracking a passenger across the Atlantic through England

bernardcedar@...
 

Dear Colleague Jill,
Your explanation of the various routes, ports in the UK for entering and leaving were very clear. my main interest relates to your info re your relatives from Vishtiinetz, moving (or) satying in Sweden, etc, involves similar moves on the part o my forebears from Vishtinetz, the Sudarsky family, one of which may have used the route, but stayed in Manchester, Leeds, etc. His name was Chaim Sudarsky, though he might have used Charles Cedar in England. H was a watchmaker. He and his family made several trips to the US in the period between WW1 and WW2, but I don't think I ever met them.Please let me know if you might have knowledge about them I haven't made much of an effort in  gathering information from the UK. Any suggestions will be gladly accepted.
Bernard Cedar
bernardcedar@...
3005 Chapel Ave W, cherry Hill, NJ 08002
        


US Embassy in Cairo Helps Restoring the Bassatine Cemetery

Abuwasta Abuwasta
 

Good news for those who have Cairo origins. The US Embassy in Cairo will help in restoring this historic cemetery.
 
Jacob Rosen
 
Jerusalem
 
 


Re: Two NYC Birth Certificates: One person or two?

Sally Bruckheimer
 

There are corrections made to official records, when needed.

"I have a perplexing find, two birth certificates, on the same day, at the same hospital, both for Harry Goldstein. Both are born 2 Jan 1904, son of Michael Goldstein. Both show the home address as 17 Ludlow. Both certs are signed off by JC Salter. Both show the father's occupation as tailor."

Sally Bruckheimer


Re: Searching for Sperber Family from Liski, stanislavuv, Radom

sharon yampell
 

I have a Herman SPERBER from Campulung Romania who married into my family.

 

Sharon F. Yampell

Voorhees, NJ USA

 

From: Rose Feldman
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2020 9:18 AM
To: main@...; naturefan33@...
Subject: Re: [JewishGen.org] Searching for Sperber Family from Liski, stanislavuv, Radom

 

There were Sperbers also in Warsaw.

 

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#Hungary #yiddish #hungary

esiklos@...
 

I request a translation of the Yiddish text on a postcard. It is on ViewMate at the following address
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM77857

Please respond using the online ViewMate form.

Thank you so much,

E


Re: REPLY button

Joan
 

I stay logged on to Jewish Gen connect so I don’t have to keep logging in.


Re: REPLY button

Joan
 

Yes, I found this out a few says ago.  For some reason I wasn’t logged in.


Re: Notarial records Grodno Gubernia

jbonline1111@...
 

I have family from Grodno as well.  If you find out the answer, please share it with all of us.
--
Barbara Sloan
Conway, SC


Re: Belarus SIG #Belarus BOF interests #belarus

sova1708@...
 

my grandmother is Massarsky from Sirotino


Two NYC Birth Certificates: One person or two?

Moishe Miller
 

Good morning,

I have a perplexing find, two birth certificates, on the same day, at the same hospital, both for Harry Goldstein. Both are born 2 Jan 1904, son of Michael Goldstein. Both show the home address as 17 Ludlow. Both certs are signed off by JC Salter. Both show the father's occupation as tailor. Both show the mother as Ida, age 36. Both show this being the 8th birth. There are a few small differences:
Cert (#968 vs #1942)
Father's age (40 vs 42)
Mother's maiden name (Goodman vs Judas)
# of living children (8 vs 9 - although how there can be more living than total is itself a contradiction)

I have attached both cert images.

I also have tried to track this Michael and Ida Goldstein, the parents of Harry, through census, draft, birth and marriage records for them and their other children. A PDF summary is attached. I can not determine if there are one or more families, like cousins or close relatives all living together. 

I am open to anyone's suggestions as to what to make of these two certs. Is it a correction? Why are the cert#'s almost 1000 digits apart (968 to 1942)? Is Ida's maiden name: Goodman, Judas, Mayer or Myers, if it is a correction?

Thank you,
Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
moishe.miller@...


Re: Searching for Sperber Family from Liski, stanislavuv, Radom

Daniella Alyagon
 

Hi Jeff,

I couldn't help but notice you have some Sperber research.

I am researching the Rotenstreich family from Kolomea. One of the branches is a Sperber connection. Have you any Rotenstreich connection?

Daniella Alyagon



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-------- הודעה מקורית --------
מאת: "Jeffrey Knisbacher via Groups.Jewishgen.Org" <j2456=verizon.net@...>
תאריך: 23.1.2020 16:19 (GMT+02:00)
אל: Hannah Sperber <naturefan33@...>, main@...
נושא: Re: [JewishGen.org] Searching for Sperber Family from Liski, stanislavuv, Radom

Hi Hannah,
I finally found a Reply link for you, from my  phone. When I get to the computer later I would like to send you what I know about my Sperber-Knisbacher connection including an article I recently published about it. My email is j2456@.... Please send me yours as I don't know if I will find the reply link on the computer.  Jeff, a snowbird currently in Florida.


Re: REPLY button

Jeffrey Knisbacher
 

On Wed, Jan 22, 2020 at 01:32 PM, Dahn Cukier wrote:
Note: The screen on the right in the screenshot is not relevant.

I have "reply" but I am not logged into Jewishgen.
I use Firefox on Windows 10 using
yahoo mail.

In the screenshot, the "reply" is in the second from bottom
line.

If you use a POP client, you may not have the links.

YMMV

Dani
VOTE: Version without the history - NO.



When you start to read readin,
how do you know the fellow that
wrote the readin,
wrote the readin right?

Festus Hagen
Long Branch Saloon
Dodge City, Kansas


On Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 4:17:20 PM GMT+2, <cohen.izzy@...> wrote:
 
 
The REPLY button is only displayed if you are currently logged in to JewishGen.
If you are merely viewing displayed messages while not logged in, this button is not displayed.
After logging in, you must re-open the message or group of messages you received from JewishGen.
If you simply re-display webpage that did not have the button, it still will not be there.
That webpage was not changed when you logged in.
If you re-open the message(s) from JewishGen after logging in, the REPLY button should be displayed under every message.
 

 The saga continues. From this cell phone, I first had no Reply button then saw a link to sign in to Jewishgen, only to be told I didn't have a password

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