Mistake or name changed #hungary
When I began my research in 2005, for my ggfather I only known his name
(SONNENFELD/SONENFELD), first name (IsraÃl), his year of birth (1853)
and where he was born (SÃ rospatak, Hungary).
After have looked at on JewisGen for the births, I thought to have find
his parents and siblings. But now I ask me if I have not do a mistake.
At this date I read his mother's maiden name : "Czili Czipre". To be
sure and learn more I looked at in a Center to Paris the LDS microfilm,
and there for her maiden name I read something like SZANIRINE
The problem for me is that recently I read on my gfather's birth
certificate an other maiden name : CÃ¤cilia LIEBERMANN. I think this
last is the good because Czili and CÃ¤cilia is same first name on
So I ask me if her maiden name was changed or if the translation was
It's necessary for me to resolve this point beacuse I found a census
1869 for CÃ¤cilia SONNENFELD, maiden name LIEBERMANN but with other
children and without a son named IsraÃl
Unless my great-great grandmother had made a false statement by
changing the dates of birth and surnames
An other thing : is IsraÃl and Izidor the same first name ?
Can somebody help me ?
Thank you in advance.
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Amos Israel Zezmer
My grandfather's name has appeared as Izrael and Izidor on varioustoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
documents, and he lived and passed away in the Sub-Carpathian region of
the former Austro-Hungarian empire.
I hope this helps.
Researching BLEIER, SPIEGEL, ROTH, SCHLANGER, ACKERMAN and KLEIN within
the Humenne' / Zempli'n / Mukacheve triangle.
On 25-Jul-11 11:22, email@example.com wrote:
Among the many records that I have >from the Spis Region of Slovkia,
those with the name of Isidor in its various spellings had Hebrew
names of Yitzchak, Israel, and Ezriel.
Researching: GOLDMAN(N), GOLDSTEIN, GLUECKSMAN, LANGER, STEINER, and
others, in Slovakia and Hungary