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Basic U.S. Jewish Genealogy Course: July 15 #gdansk #germany #poland #danzig

Phyllis Kramer <phylliskramer1@...>
 

This Course focuses on U.S. immigrant ancestors and their immediate
families. It includes 6 online text lessons which you can read/download
at your own pace. The BASIC course does not include research beyond
what is available in United States libraries, archives, and other local
sources. The syllabus is detailed at www.jewishgen.org/education.

The course is essentially a personal mentoring program through our
online FORUM. Students post an ancestral branch, set goals for their
research, and work one on one with the instructor.

If you've researched census, manifests and vital records and still do
not have information on your immigrant ancestors, please consider the
Intermediate Course (Breaking Brick Walls in the U.S.). Once you have
found names and dates and former shtetls for your immigrant ancestors,
you might consider the Advanced course (Using jewishGen to FindYour
Ancestral Roots).

Basic Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the Internet
and downloading files. To best utilize this class, we suggest students
have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons, sample the websites and
interact with the FORUM.

Tuition for Basic Genealogy is $80. Go to www.jewishgen.org/education,
read about the classes and their requirements, and click on enroll. The
course fee is waived if you qualify for the Value Added Services having
made a $100 donation to JewishGen's General Fund within the past 12
months; you can then enroll at no additional charge (the system will
recognize you and will not ask for a credit card). For questions, please
email JewishGen-Education@...

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc
Phyllis Kramer, VP Education
phylliskramer1@...


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Basic U.S. Jewish Genealogy Course: July 15 #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Phyllis Kramer <phylliskramer1@...>
 

This Course focuses on U.S. immigrant ancestors and their immediate
families. It includes 6 online text lessons which you can read/download
at your own pace. The BASIC course does not include research beyond
what is available in United States libraries, archives, and other local
sources. The syllabus is detailed at www.jewishgen.org/education.

The course is essentially a personal mentoring program through our
online FORUM. Students post an ancestral branch, set goals for their
research, and work one on one with the instructor.

If you've researched census, manifests and vital records and still do
not have information on your immigrant ancestors, please consider the
Intermediate Course (Breaking Brick Walls in the U.S.). Once you have
found names and dates and former shtetls for your immigrant ancestors,
you might consider the Advanced course (Using jewishGen to FindYour
Ancestral Roots).

Basic Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the Internet
and downloading files. To best utilize this class, we suggest students
have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons, sample the websites and
interact with the FORUM.

Tuition for Basic Genealogy is $80. Go to www.jewishgen.org/education,
read about the classes and their requirements, and click on enroll. The
course fee is waived if you qualify for the Value Added Services having
made a $100 donation to JewishGen's General Fund within the past 12
months; you can then enroll at no additional charge (the system will
recognize you and will not ask for a credit card). For questions, please
email JewishGen-Education@...

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc
Phyllis Kramer, VP Education
phylliskramer1@...


Basic U.S. Jewish Genealogy Course: July 15 #galicia

Phyllis Kramer <phylliskramer1@...>
 

This Course focuses on U.S. immigrant ancestors and their
immediate families. It includes 6 online text lessons which you can
read/download at your own pace. The BASIC course does not
include research beyond what is available in United States libraries,
archives, and other local sources. The syllabus is detailed at
www.jewishgen.org/education.

The course is essentially a personal mentoring program through
our online FORUM. Students post an ancestral branch, set goals
for their research, and work one on one with the instructor.

If you've researched census, manifests and vital records and still
do not have information on your immigrant ancestors, please
consider the Intermediate Course (Breaking Brick Walls in the U.S.).
Once you have found names and dates and former shtetls for your
immigrant ancestors, you might consider the Advanced course
(Using JewishGen to Find Your Ancestral Roots).

Basic Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the
Internet and downloading files.To best utilize this class, we
suggest students have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons,
sample the websites and interact with the FORUM.

Tuition for Basic Genealogy is $80. Go to
www.jewishgen.org/education, read about the classes and their
requirements, and click on enroll. The course fee is waived if you
qualify for the Value Added Services having made a $100 donation
to JewishGen's General Fund within the past 12 months; you can
then enroll at no additional charge (the system will recognize you
and will not ask for a credit card). For questions, please email
JewishGen-Education@...

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc
Phyllis Kramer, VP Education
phylliskramer1@...


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Basic U.S. Jewish Genealogy Course: July 15 #galicia

Phyllis Kramer <phylliskramer1@...>
 

This Course focuses on U.S. immigrant ancestors and their
immediate families. It includes 6 online text lessons which you can
read/download at your own pace. The BASIC course does not
include research beyond what is available in United States libraries,
archives, and other local sources. The syllabus is detailed at
www.jewishgen.org/education.

The course is essentially a personal mentoring program through
our online FORUM. Students post an ancestral branch, set goals
for their research, and work one on one with the instructor.

If you've researched census, manifests and vital records and still
do not have information on your immigrant ancestors, please
consider the Intermediate Course (Breaking Brick Walls in the U.S.).
Once you have found names and dates and former shtetls for your
immigrant ancestors, you might consider the Advanced course
(Using JewishGen to Find Your Ancestral Roots).

Basic Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the
Internet and downloading files.To best utilize this class, we
suggest students have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons,
sample the websites and interact with the FORUM.

Tuition for Basic Genealogy is $80. Go to
www.jewishgen.org/education, read about the classes and their
requirements, and click on enroll. The course fee is waived if you
qualify for the Value Added Services having made a $100 donation
to JewishGen's General Fund within the past 12 months; you can
then enroll at no additional charge (the system will recognize you
and will not ask for a credit card). For questions, please email
JewishGen-Education@...

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc
Phyllis Kramer, VP Education
phylliskramer1@...


Re: Rav Yosef of Breznitz #rabbinic

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Dear darren

Thank you for your reply.

I saw the article on Breznice in Czech in the Encyclopedia Judaica and
to the best of my understanding there are two towns in northern
Ukraine which also are called Breznitz or similiar. The area which
these two are found was the area where the forefathers and children of
R' Yosef lived , so I presume that its in Northern Ukr.

Yoni

On Mon, Jun 28, 2010 at 2:01 PM, Darren Dalcher <D.Dalcher@...> wrote:
Dear Yoni,

Breznitz is Breznice in the Czech republic. It is located 69 Km SSW of
Praha (Prague). While the town itself was small and had a rather small
Jewish community -- with its own area, it housed the District Rabbi.

(PS. I assume you are looking for Breznitz as repeated in the body of
the message and not Beznitz as in the title as that would be a different
town)

I hope this helps.

Darren

--
Dr. Darren Dalcher
London, UK

-----Original Message-----
From: Yonatan Ben-Ari [mailto:yonibenari@...]
Sent: 26 June 2010 20:35

In our family there is mention of a Rav Yosef (no family name)
presumably somewhere around the beginning of the 19th cent.

In one version of the tree this Rav Yosef is the Rav of Breznitz. In
all the trees he is a son-in-law of a grandson of Reb. Naftali KATZ,
author of the Smichas Chachamim, through the lineage of R' Shmuel =A0and
his son R' Arieh leib (his presumed father-in-law) who were Rabbis of
Kremenetz during the 18th cent. R' Yosef was the father of Israel (no
known family name-possibly ROSENBAUM) of Ostrog and a follower of the
Apter =A0Rav (Heschel). Yisrael's son, Yosef married into the family of
the Admo"r of Lechowitz (R' Aharon and Perl-marrying their daughter).

My interest lies primaily in identifying the above R' Yosef of
Breznitz. What town is this? What was his family name and any other
details about him. Published material as to our lineage end with the
above R' Arieh Leib of Kremenetz and don't come down to our
generation.

As mention above, I am in possesion of two family trees: One prepared
by the Jerusalem SCHECHTER family (my branch) and another by another
Jerusalem family ZEIVALD-PAPIRNE ( PAPIRNE being members of the
Kalin-Stolin Chassidic =A0group).


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Re: Rav Yosef of Breznitz #rabbinic

Yonatan Ben-Ari
 

Dear darren

Thank you for your reply.

I saw the article on Breznice in Czech in the Encyclopedia Judaica and
to the best of my understanding there are two towns in northern
Ukraine which also are called Breznitz or similiar. The area which
these two are found was the area where the forefathers and children of
R' Yosef lived , so I presume that its in Northern Ukr.

Yoni

On Mon, Jun 28, 2010 at 2:01 PM, Darren Dalcher <D.Dalcher@...> wrote:
Dear Yoni,

Breznitz is Breznice in the Czech republic. It is located 69 Km SSW of
Praha (Prague). While the town itself was small and had a rather small
Jewish community -- with its own area, it housed the District Rabbi.

(PS. I assume you are looking for Breznitz as repeated in the body of
the message and not Beznitz as in the title as that would be a different
town)

I hope this helps.

Darren

--
Dr. Darren Dalcher
London, UK

-----Original Message-----
From: Yonatan Ben-Ari [mailto:yonibenari@...]
Sent: 26 June 2010 20:35

In our family there is mention of a Rav Yosef (no family name)
presumably somewhere around the beginning of the 19th cent.

In one version of the tree this Rav Yosef is the Rav of Breznitz. In
all the trees he is a son-in-law of a grandson of Reb. Naftali KATZ,
author of the Smichas Chachamim, through the lineage of R' Shmuel =A0and
his son R' Arieh leib (his presumed father-in-law) who were Rabbis of
Kremenetz during the 18th cent. R' Yosef was the father of Israel (no
known family name-possibly ROSENBAUM) of Ostrog and a follower of the
Apter =A0Rav (Heschel). Yisrael's son, Yosef married into the family of
the Admo"r of Lechowitz (R' Aharon and Perl-marrying their daughter).

My interest lies primaily in identifying the above R' Yosef of
Breznitz. What town is this? What was his family name and any other
details about him. Published material as to our lineage end with the
above R' Arieh Leib of Kremenetz and don't come down to our
generation.

As mention above, I am in possesion of two family trees: One prepared
by the Jerusalem SCHECHTER family (my branch) and another by another
Jerusalem family ZEIVALD-PAPIRNE ( PAPIRNE being members of the
Kalin-Stolin Chassidic =A0group).


Polish to English translation #galicia

Gail Billow <gspiegel2@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I was recently sent a letter, printed in modern Polish, >from the
Polish Archives in Ternopil. Since I know only English, I would
be so grateful for your Polish to English translation. And,
because ViewMate doesn't accept some characters I will send
the letter directly to you.

Please respond to me privately at: gspiegel2@...

Thank you,
Gail Spiegel Billow, New Paltz, NY, USA

Researching in Ternopil (then Tarnopol) region:
Trembowla: SPIEGEL, RINTEL
Chorostkow: BLECHER, SPIEGEL
Ulaszkowce, Jagielnica: ALLWEIL, TAJBER
Zbaraz: BIALAZURKER, GEIST
Buczacz: KLANG


Trip to Latvia #latvia

Dovid Super <dovid.super@...>
 

Myself and 2 teenage sons will be going to Latvia at the end of July
to visit our ancestral shtetel of Lutzin (Ludza).= We will be
traveling within Latvia with local guide and researcher, Mr Alex
Faigmanis.

I would appreciate any pointers on things to do there, people to see, etc.

David Super
Melbourne Australia


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Polish to English translation #galicia

Gail Billow <gspiegel2@...>
 

Dear Genners,

I was recently sent a letter, printed in modern Polish, >from the
Polish Archives in Ternopil. Since I know only English, I would
be so grateful for your Polish to English translation. And,
because ViewMate doesn't accept some characters I will send
the letter directly to you.

Please respond to me privately at: gspiegel2@...

Thank you,
Gail Spiegel Billow, New Paltz, NY, USA

Researching in Ternopil (then Tarnopol) region:
Trembowla: SPIEGEL, RINTEL
Chorostkow: BLECHER, SPIEGEL
Ulaszkowce, Jagielnica: ALLWEIL, TAJBER
Zbaraz: BIALAZURKER, GEIST
Buczacz: KLANG


Latvia SIG #Latvia Trip to Latvia #latvia

Dovid Super <dovid.super@...>
 

Myself and 2 teenage sons will be going to Latvia at the end of July
to visit our ancestral shtetel of Lutzin (Ludza).= We will be
traveling within Latvia with local guide and researcher, Mr Alex
Faigmanis.

I would appreciate any pointers on things to do there, people to see, etc.

David Super
Melbourne Australia


Basic U.S. Jewish Genealogy Course: July 15 #austria-czech

Phyllis Kramer <phylliskramer1@...>
 

This Course focuses on U.S. immigrant ancestors and their immediate
families. It includes 6 online text lessons which you can read/download
at your own pace. The BASIC course does not include research beyond
what is available in United States libraries, archives, and other local
sources. The syllabus is detailed at www.jewishgen.org/education.

The course is essentially a personal mentoring program through our
online FORUM. Students post an ancestral branch, set goals for their
research, and work one on one with the instructor.

If you've researched census, manifests and vital records and still do
not have information on your immigrant ancestors, please consider the
Intermediate Course (Breaking Brick Walls in the U.S.). Once you have
found names and dates and former shtetls for your immigrant ancestors,
you might consider the Advanced course (Using jewishGen to Find Your
Ancestral Roots).

Basic Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the Internet
and downloading files. To best utilize this class, we suggest students
have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons, sample the websites and
interact with the FORUM.

Tuition for Basic Genealogy is $80. Go to www.jewishgen.org/education,
read about the classes and their requirements, and click on enroll. The
course fee is waived if you qualify for the Value Added Services having
made a $100 donation to JewishGen's General Fund within the past 12
months; you can then enroll at no additional charge (the system will
recognize you and will not ask for a credit card). For questions, please
email JewishGen-Education@...

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc.
Phyllis Kramer, VP Education
phylliskramer1@...


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Basic U.S. Jewish Genealogy Course: July 15 #austria-czech

Phyllis Kramer <phylliskramer1@...>
 

This Course focuses on U.S. immigrant ancestors and their immediate
families. It includes 6 online text lessons which you can read/download
at your own pace. The BASIC course does not include research beyond
what is available in United States libraries, archives, and other local
sources. The syllabus is detailed at www.jewishgen.org/education.

The course is essentially a personal mentoring program through our
online FORUM. Students post an ancestral branch, set goals for their
research, and work one on one with the instructor.

If you've researched census, manifests and vital records and still do
not have information on your immigrant ancestors, please consider the
Intermediate Course (Breaking Brick Walls in the U.S.). Once you have
found names and dates and former shtetls for your immigrant ancestors,
you might consider the Advanced course (Using jewishGen to Find Your
Ancestral Roots).

Basic Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the Internet
and downloading files. To best utilize this class, we suggest students
have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons, sample the websites and
interact with the FORUM.

Tuition for Basic Genealogy is $80. Go to www.jewishgen.org/education,
read about the classes and their requirements, and click on enroll. The
course fee is waived if you qualify for the Value Added Services having
made a $100 donation to JewishGen's General Fund within the past 12
months; you can then enroll at no additional charge (the system will
recognize you and will not ask for a credit card). For questions, please
email JewishGen-Education@...

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc.
Phyllis Kramer, VP Education
phylliskramer1@...


Looking for information about the Jewish Cemetery in Salzburg #austria-czech

Susan Edel
 

Hi,

I am looking for information about Mr. Zadok/Zudik FERARU born in Pokshani,
Roumania on 22.1.1930, son of Jacob and Frieda FERARU. Zadok was in a
training camp (Betar?) in Bayerish Gemein prior to possible emigration to
Palestine where he had an accident and was badly injured. He died 6 months
later on 22.1.1948 (his 18th birthday) and was buried the following day
according to a fellow patient in the hospital. It is possible he was buried
in the Jewish cemetery in Salzburg. I would be very grateful if anyone can
give me information about the cemetery in Salzburg - how to contact them, or
if there are any lists of people buried there.

With many thanks,

Susan EDEL, Petach Tikva, Israel


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Looking for information about the Jewish Cemetery in Salzburg #austria-czech

Susan Edel
 

Hi,

I am looking for information about Mr. Zadok/Zudik FERARU born in Pokshani,
Roumania on 22.1.1930, son of Jacob and Frieda FERARU. Zadok was in a
training camp (Betar?) in Bayerish Gemein prior to possible emigration to
Palestine where he had an accident and was badly injured. He died 6 months
later on 22.1.1948 (his 18th birthday) and was buried the following day
according to a fellow patient in the hospital. It is possible he was buried
in the Jewish cemetery in Salzburg. I would be very grateful if anyone can
give me information about the cemetery in Salzburg - how to contact them, or
if there are any lists of people buried there.

With many thanks,

Susan EDEL, Petach Tikva, Israel


Basic U.S. Jewish Genealogy Course: July 15 #yiddish

bounce-2052301-772983@...
 

This Course focuses on U.S. immigrant ancestors and their immediate
families. It includes 6 online text lessons which you can read/download
at your own pace. The BASIC course does not include research beyond
what is available in United States libraries, archives, and other local
sources. The syllabus is detailed at www.jewishgen.org/education.

The course is essentially a personal mentoring program through our
online FORUM. Students post an ancestral branch, set goals for their
research, and work one on one with the instructor.

If you've researched census, manifests and vital records and still do
not have information on your immigrant ancestors, please consider the
Intermediate Course (Breaking Brick Walls in the U.S.). Once you have
found names and dates and former shtetls for your immigrant ancestors,
you might consider the Advanced course (Using jewishGen to FindYour
Ancestral Roots).

Basic Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the Internet
and downloading files. To best utilize this class, we suggest students
have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons, sample the websites and
interact with the FORUM.

Tuition for Basic Genealogy is $80. Go to www.jewishgen.org/education,
read about the classes and their requirements, and click on enroll. The
course fee is waived if you qualify for the Value Added Services having
made a $100 donation to JewishGen's General Fund within the past 12
months; you can then enroll at no additional charge (the system will
recognize you and will not ask for a credit card). For questions, please
email JewishGen-Education@...

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc
Phyllis Kramer, VP Education
phylliskramer1@...


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre Basic U.S. Jewish Genealogy Course: July 15 #yiddish

bounce-2052301-772983@...
 

This Course focuses on U.S. immigrant ancestors and their immediate
families. It includes 6 online text lessons which you can read/download
at your own pace. The BASIC course does not include research beyond
what is available in United States libraries, archives, and other local
sources. The syllabus is detailed at www.jewishgen.org/education.

The course is essentially a personal mentoring program through our
online FORUM. Students post an ancestral branch, set goals for their
research, and work one on one with the instructor.

If you've researched census, manifests and vital records and still do
not have information on your immigrant ancestors, please consider the
Intermediate Course (Breaking Brick Walls in the U.S.). Once you have
found names and dates and former shtetls for your immigrant ancestors,
you might consider the Advanced course (Using jewishGen to FindYour
Ancestral Roots).

Basic Requirements: Students must be comfortable browsing the Internet
and downloading files. To best utilize this class, we suggest students
have 8-10 hours per week to read the lessons, sample the websites and
interact with the FORUM.

Tuition for Basic Genealogy is $80. Go to www.jewishgen.org/education,
read about the classes and their requirements, and click on enroll. The
course fee is waived if you qualify for the Value Added Services having
made a $100 donation to JewishGen's General Fund within the past 12
months; you can then enroll at no additional charge (the system will
recognize you and will not ask for a credit card). For questions, please
email JewishGen-Education@...

Nancy Holden, Instruction Manager, JewishGen Inc
Phyllis Kramer, VP Education
phylliskramer1@...


Departures from Trieste #general

Mark Schwartz
 

Does anyone know if records were kept of ships departing >from Trieste. I
have a relative who arrived in Boston in 1904 >from Trieste and I was hoping
there might be some records showing departures >from (or even arrivals to Trieste)
for that period.

Thanks.

Mark Schwartz
markjschwartz@...
Searching SHVARTZBLAT (Rafalovka,Zhitomir)PERMUT (Kobrin, Zhitomir)
LEFKOVICH,PETLUK and BURAK (Sniadowo)
FRUMAN and GRINFELD (Korets)
CHELST and SZKLOVITZ (Rozan)


EISENBERG - Zassow > Brooklyn NY #general

Barbara Zimmer
 

Searching for additional information about EISENBERG descendants of
Sadie (possibly LEITNER) and Abraham EISENBERG who lived in Brooklyn NY.
Rubin born about 1917 (may have died in 1971)
Louis born about 1914-1915
Esther born about 1919-1920

Abraham b 1891 lived on Floyd Street in 1948 when he filed the will
of his brother Samuel. He was the son of Elias Eisenberg and Yetta
SHABIS.

Am seeking information on the children and spouses of Rubin, Louis and Esther.

Barbara Zimmer
Virginia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Departures from Trieste #general

Mark Schwartz
 

Does anyone know if records were kept of ships departing >from Trieste. I
have a relative who arrived in Boston in 1904 >from Trieste and I was hoping
there might be some records showing departures >from (or even arrivals to Trieste)
for that period.

Thanks.

Mark Schwartz
markjschwartz@...
Searching SHVARTZBLAT (Rafalovka,Zhitomir)PERMUT (Kobrin, Zhitomir)
LEFKOVICH,PETLUK and BURAK (Sniadowo)
FRUMAN and GRINFELD (Korets)
CHELST and SZKLOVITZ (Rozan)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen EISENBERG - Zassow > Brooklyn NY #general

Barbara Zimmer
 

Searching for additional information about EISENBERG descendants of
Sadie (possibly LEITNER) and Abraham EISENBERG who lived in Brooklyn NY.
Rubin born about 1917 (may have died in 1971)
Louis born about 1914-1915
Esther born about 1919-1920

Abraham b 1891 lived on Floyd Street in 1948 when he filed the will
of his brother Samuel. He was the son of Elias Eisenberg and Yetta
SHABIS.

Am seeking information on the children and spouses of Rubin, Louis and Esther.

Barbara Zimmer
Virginia