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Re: JewishGen.org Discussion Group - Digest #1 #Help

Avraham Groll
 

With regard to other discussion lists, we have only upgraded the main JewishGen Discussion List currently, and will be focusing on the other lists in the near future.
Avraham

receiving multiple digests and duplicate emails #Help

family.and.dna@...
 

I've been receiving both individual mails AND digests. I've received several different digests just today!

I have gone into my subscriptions & changed it to individual emails instead of digests, if this doesn't work to get rid of the digests I will repost...

(I also put in a signature, it would be maybe good to add a piece of text on the window where you can create a signature, saying the max length? And also maybe it would be nice to see the signature when writing an email online?)

Re: receiving multiple digests and duplicate emails #Help

Avraham Groll
 

Is it possible you signed up with two different accounts? Please email supoort@... and we will look Into this for you.
Avraham Groll
Executive Director
JewishGen.org 

Re: receiving multiple digests and duplicate emails #Help

Avraham Groll
 

My apologies:

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Executive Director
JewishGen.org
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646.437.4326 agroll@...
Visit us at JewishGen.org

Fri, Oct 11 at 3:30 AM, <agroll=jewishgen.org@...> wrote:

Is it possible you signed up with two different accounts? Please email supoort@... and we will look Into this for you.
Avraham Groll
Executive Director
JewishGen.org 

Re: Tracing family in Poland #Poland

iris_c@...
 

דניאלה שלום: משפחתה של אימי היא מהעיר ראליש עצמה. הם היו משפחת זנדברג והדודים היו משפחת פפר ומשפחת צ'סקלה
. אין לי הרבה מידע על המשפחה ואף איני יודעת את שמות בני הדודים כולם. משפחתה של אימי גורשה מהעיר ע"י הגרמנים וניצלה בברה"מ.
שנה טובה,
איריס

Re: Rules & Guidlines for Posting #Help

David Lewin
 

Will ViewMate become obsolete now that we can attach images to messages to the list?

David Lewin
London


At 06:48 11/10/2019, Peter Lebensold wrote:
 
 
 

May I make a further suggestion?
 
 
If you are posting here to draw attention to a document newly added on Viewmate - please include the presumed family names (in capital letters) involved in your document, so that those of us scanning Group messages can quickly see what Viewmate documents might be relevant to our own researches.  Itll save a lot of time spent logging into Viewmate only to discover the document doesnt apply to us.
 
Peter Lebensold, Toronto

Cherkassy-Smela #Ukraine

Esther
 

I understand there is a list  about Smela, a suburb of Cherkaassy, Ukraine. I would like this list for my Cherkassy website. Thank you

 

Re: Tracing family in Poland #Poland

David Lewin
 

With the arrival of the new main@groups site I see an interesting "problem"   My Eudora Email client with which I do all my emailing shows me "gibberish" 

Knowing that this was Hebrew I used  http://www.pixiesoft.com/flip/  which converted the posting into legible Hebrew

Is the intention of jewishgen to accept posting in any language in future?

I would guess that where in the past pots always requested to "answer privately" when you hit "reply" and did not look, it had both the sender of the original message AND the jewishgen group (which then rejected the message to the "list") in the response email recipients  Now the super-duper new facilty seems to allow messages to the list through.

David Lewin
London


At 12:04 11/10/2019, iris_c@... wrote:
×“× ×™×�לה שלו×�: משפחתה של ×�ימי ×”×™×� מהעיר ר×�ליש עצמה. ×”×� היו משפחת ×–× ×“×‘×¨×’ והדודי×� היו משפחת פפר ומשפחת צ'סקלה
. ×�ין לי הרבה מידע על המשפחה ו×�×£ ×�×™× ×™ יודעת ×�ת שמות ×‘× ×™ הדודי×� כול×�. משפחתה של ×�ימי גורשה מהעיר ×¢"×™ ×”×’×¨×ž× ×™×� ×•× ×™×¦×œ×” בברה"מ.
×©× ×” טובה,
�יריס

Re: Looking for family in Israel #ISO #Israel

Paul Schwab
 

In the late 1950’s, I had two pen pals from Israel: Edi Fuchs (Haifa) and Margaret Eisenstaedt (Jerusalem). I have been trying to reconnect with either or both of them for some time. I have been unsuccessful via Facebook, emails to my cousins, etc. Any help would be appreciated. 

Moderator note: please respond privately

Re: Tracing family in Poland #Poland

Susan&David
 

I cut and pasted into Google Translate.  In a few seconds I received a very clear translation.

David Rosen
Boston, MA

On 10/11/2019 7:04 AM, iris_c@... wrote:
דניאלה שלום: משפחתה של אימי היא מהעיר ראליש עצמה. הם היו משפחת זנדברג והדודים היו משפחת פפר ומשפחת צ'סקלה
. אין לי הרבה מידע על המשפחה ואף איני יודעת את שמות בני הדודים כולם. משפחתה של אימי גורשה מהעיר ע"י הגרמנים וניצלה בברה"מ.
שנה טובה,
איריס
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ISO records for Shoshana/Rose Weiser from Israel

Brian Blitz
 

I am looking for help finding records related to my great-great aunt, Rose/Shoshana Weiser.  Rose was born in Brody, Galicia (now Ukraine), around 1880. She was the daughter of Simcha (Simon) Weiser and Vassa/Jasse/Jetty Spondre.  

At some point, I think before WWII, she moved to Israel.  She died in the early 1970s, and was living in Kiryat Motzkin, near Haifa, when she died.  I do not believe that she was ever married — she signed her name as Weiser on letters and on Pages of testimony at Yad Vashem.  

I have been unable to find records related to her immigration to Israel, nor have I been able to find any grave in Israel.  I am aware of the POT she filled out at Yad Vashem as well as the chapter of the Brody Yizkor Book she wrote.  I would appreciate any help in finding records or her immigration and death/burial.  

Thank you. 

Brian Blitz
blitzba@...
New York

Seeking information finding burial site in Palestine (pre 1948 Israel) #Lithuania #Israel #ISO

jhmeltzer@...
 

In 1926, my maternal grandmother, Jennie (nee Beck) PEARLMAN traveled from the USA to Lithuania and Poland to visit the "old country".  She kept in a diary, and in it, she mentions that her parents are "buried in Palestine".  I believe her mother's name was Gittel SCHNEIDER, and her father was Alexander BECK.  To date, I have been unable to determine in which cemeteries in Israel it is possible that they may be buried.  My grandmother was from Vilna.  She herself was a "Yiddishist" who was somewhat traditional, but not Orthodox.  I have no idea what her parents lifestyle may have been.

I subscribe to the IGRA newsletter, and have tried reaching out to them as well, but to no avail.

Any leads would be helpful.

Jennifer Meltzer, NYC

searching for: FELDMAN and WEISMAN - Dvinsk and Rezekne, Latvia
                       PEARLMAN and SUKEONIG - Minsk, Belarus
                       BECK, SCHNEIDER - Vilna, Lithuania/Poland
                       SANDOW - England

Re: Looking for family in Israel #ISO #Israel

David Lewin
 

Search & Unite Ltd
People searchers
wherever they have scattered
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Tel: +44 208 446 0404
E-mail: david@...
Web Page: https://remember.org/unite
David Lewin, 156 Totteridge Lane, London N20 8JJ - England
        
At 14:33 11/10/2019, Paul Schwab wrote:
In the late 1950s, I had two pen pals from Israel: Edi Fuchs (Haifa) and Margaret Eisenstaedt (Jerusalem). I have been trying to reconnect with either or both of them for some time. I have been unsuccessful via Facebook, emails to my cousins, etc. Any help would be appreciated.

Moderator note: please respond privately
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There is an Avivit FUCHS daughter of Eddi and Nomi who lives in Herzliya , Ofir street No 9
http://stage.co.il/Authors/FuksAvivit

Could Margaret be Margalit in the Hebrew?   If so I have seen a couple of possible leads

David Lewin

Search & Unite attempt to help locate people who, despite the passage of so many years since World War II, may still exist "out there".
We also assist in the process of re-possession of property in the Czech Republic and Israel.
See our Web pages at https://remember.org/unite/ and at https://searchandunite.org/

Re: Tracing family in Poland #Poland

justiceofp@...
 

Iris, 
  I am wondering if you did a DNA test.  We believe our paternal g-grandmother may have been a PEPPER.
Linda Winkleman
Connecticut
justiceofp@...

Re: Seeking help finding birth records or other records in Czernovitz #Ukraine

assaf.patir@...
 

Have you tried: GeneaSearch ?
You can also find the originals on Family Search, but I believe that the first website has most if not all of the records indexed. 


On Thu, Oct 10, 2019 at 02:44 PM, Miranda Spivack wrote:
m trying to track down birth records or other records about my grandfather, who lived in Unter Stanesti and possibly elsewhere in Czenovitz until he emigrated to the US in 1911.
 
All suggestions welcome.

Re: Rules & Guidlines for Posting #Help

Sam Eneman
 

I would hope even with the ability to attach images to the new Discussion group messages that ViewMate will not become obsolete. It is still a valuable place to submit documents for translations.

ViewMate has an archive of more than 75,000 documents and images that you can search for family surnames, towns, etc. Search on this page: 

Sam Eneman
Charlotte NC

Re: Cherkassy-Smela #Ukraine

assaf.patir@...
 

Hi,
I don't have the list for Smela, but I'm curious about your website. 
I have ancestors in Kaniv and the area (Rashba and Dogilevski/Dovgolevsky).
Assaf

Re: Cherkassy-Smela #Ukraine

assaf.patir@...
 

Hi,
I don't have the list for Smela, but I'm curious about your website. 
I have ancestors in Kaniv and the area (Rashba and Dogilevski/Dovgolevsky).
Assaf

Re: Cherkassy-Smela #Ukraine

justiceofp@...
 

Did you contribute to the latest Smela translation project?   I did, because we also had family from Cherkassy.
Linda Winkleman
Connecticut

Re: Hapsburg Empire immigration/Hungary #Hungary

Vivian Kahn
 

Donna,

Would be able to provide more assistance if you included more information such as his exact year of birth and death. Have you checked naturalization, military or other records that might provide info about place of birth? Death and marriage records may indicate names of his parents. Any other siblings in the US? Census records can help to narrow arrival and naturalization dates. Headstone may provide Hebrew name of his father. KLEIN was a very common Hungarian Jewish surname but still worth contacting Hungarian subscription list once you can offer some additional information.

Vivian Kahn, Oakland, California