EBERMANN of Tarnopol #galicia


Georg Gaugusch <georg.gaugusch@...>
 

Dear group,

is anybody familiar with the important family of bankers and later doctors?
Aba EBERMANN moved around 1870 to Vienna and died here. He had one brother
Meschulim EBERMANN and one sister, who was married to a unknown
TRACHTENBERG. They all must have been quite rich people.

Georg Gaugusch, Vienna (Austria)


Willie46@...
 

Georg:

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland has indexed the vital records for the
Tarnopol and Skalat administrative districts as a part of the indexing of the
vital record holdings of the AGAD Archives in Warsaw. The records included
are:

Tarnopol -- births: 1866-1876, 1878-1899; marriages: 1878-1899; deaths
1870-1876, 1878-1892, 1894-1899

Skalat -- births: 1859-1896, 1898-1899, marriages: 1877-1899; deaths:
1859-1897, 1899

The JRI-Poland database of 19th Century vital record indices can be searched
at <http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/jriplweb.htm>. Search for EBERMANN using
Daitch-Mokotoff Soundex and set "Province" to "Ukraine," which will result in
only AGAD record indices being displayed.

You will find:

1. 1879 Skalat Death of Mina EBERMANN, wife of Aba
2. 1880 Skalat Marriage of Maximilian EBERMANN, born 1851, son of Aba and
Mina
3. 1880 Skalat Birth of Mina EBERMANN, daughter of Maximilian
4. 1883 Tarnopol Birth of Anna EBERMANN, daughter of Maximilian

More genealogical information is likely to be found on the actual record,
which can be ordered >from the AGAD Archives using the online order form which
is linked to the search results page. Just click on "Click here for more
information" at the bottom of the Search results and follow the instructions.

I hope this is helpful in your search. If you would like more information on
the AGAD project or are interested in supporting this project, please see our
web site at <http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/agad/index.htm> or contact me.

Mark Halpern
<willie46@aol.com>
AGAD Archive Coordinator
JRI-Poland

In a message dated 7/27/01 12:54:49 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
georg.gaugusch@aon.at writes:

is anybody familiar with the important family of bankers and later doctors?
Aba EBERMANN moved around 1870 to Vienna and died here. He had one brother
Meschulim EBERMANN and one sister, who was married to a unknown
TRACHTENBERG. They all must have been quite rich people.


Marlene Bishow <mlbishow@...>
 

In a message dated 7/27/01 12:54:49 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
georg.gaugusch@aon.at writes:

is anybody familiar with the important family of bankers and later
doctors?
Aba EBERMANN moved around 1870 to Vienna and died here. He had one
brother
Meschulim EBERMANN and one sister, who was married to a unknown
TRACHTENBERG. They all must have been quite rich people.
Dear Georg:

Please refer to the following information. It seems that you may be assuming
that some words are names and perhaps they are not. For example: Aba -
means father in Hebrew. Your refer to Meschulim EBERMANN. Is Meschulim a
reference to Maximilian or to
"Meshchanin," which means urban dweller, as referenced below in a posting
from Vitaly Charny.
Date: Sun, 26 Jan 1997 19:40:05
From: Vitaly Charny <Vcharny@aol.com>
Subject: Russian term "Meshchanin".

Reading Jewish records >from LDS microfilms I found out that
it is important when you read Books of Jewish Records of Russian Empire to
know . . . that they always show the social state of the person (his/her
social position) (meshchanin, zemledelets, etc) and residenceship that is
often different >from the place where the record was made. It could help to
find how people moved >from place to place and where they came from.
Vitaly Charny
Birmingham, AL

A clarification:
*Meshchanin* is an *urban dweller* as opposed to *krestyanin* which is a
*villager* or a *peasant*.
Meshchanin can be of either sex and does not have to be in posession of
household. The other 3 strata of Russian Society were:

*dvoryanin* = Nobleman,
*kupets* = Merchant, Trader
and as collectively known *dukhovenstvo* = Clergy.

So the phrase that depicts the social status would look like:
Minskii meshchanin or Minskii kupets or Minskii dvorianin, etc.

I hope that this information helps you.

Good luck!
Marlene Bishow
Potomac, MD USA
MLBISHOW@MINDSPRING.COM
Searching for HANTMAN/GANTMAN: Smilovich, Sverhen', Belarus
HANTMAN/HARTMAN: Norwich, CT, NYC
GOLDSTEIN: Lithuania, Russia, Newtown,CT, NYC
KATZ/DEUTSCHER: Zhuravno (Galicia), Ukraine, NYC
DEUTSCHER/KATZ/NUSSBAUM: Rozniatow (Galicia),
Ukraine, NYC
YARMISH, Lithuania, Russia