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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Revue du Cercle de Genealogie Juive. Issue # 67 #general
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Ernest Kallmann <ekallman@...>
This is the summary of issue 67 of the Revue, fresh >from print :
REVUE No. 67 - Cercle de Genealogie Juive.
Three given names Asher, Lemle and Lambert applied to reconstruct a
CAHEN family in Metz
These three given names are equivalent in the Metz Jewish onomastics ;
this is used to try reconstructing the genealogy of one of the many
CAHEN families in Metz during the 17th and 18th century. The various tax
rolls starting in 1665 and the Metz Memorbuch have contributed the
Genealogy >from your desk.
Combining the reading of Claudia Ulrich's book about the county of
Crehange (Kriechingen) during the 18th century, a consultation with
Pascal FAUSTINI, the use of the Index by D & R LEESON of A. FRAENCKEL's
"Memoire juive en Alsace" allows to complement a genealogy search in
The Salomon Michel, a family >from Ennery (Moselle)
A question in the Q/A section of the Revue has shown that descendants
from Salomon Michel may bear the family names SALOMON or MICHEL. Athorough examination of civil records reveals that the Ennery civil
authorities have applied Jewish naming traditions throughout the greater
part of the 19th century.
Nathan KATZ (1892-1981) a poet writing in Alsatian dialect, has
established the status of the dialect of the southern part of Alsace. He
shares an ancestor in the 7th generation with Andre FROSSARD
(1915-1995), a member of the Academie Française and a famous journalist
of Le Figaro.
An early 19th century ketubah >from Nîmes (Comtat-Venaissin)
The document originates in the historian Cecil ROTH's judaica collection
at the Beth Tzedek synagogue in Toronto. It states the marriage of Saul
Hain CREMIEUX and Sara CARCASSONNE. The witnesses and attendants can be
identified by their signatures ; they belong to the upper class of the
IAJGS Award to Dan & Rosanne Leeson for the Index of A.A. FRAENCKEL's
"Memoire.Juive en Alsace" ; News about local political problems in
Rosenwiller, near the Jewish cemetery ;
Information about one of the ashkenazi cemeteries in Istambul ; a new
museum for Mediterranean judaism in Marseilles.
Wishing you good reading
Suburban Paris, France
Cercle de Genealogie Juive
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