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  Re: Looking for Szala Szend         


Author: tom
Date: Jun 21, 2008 08:52

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Most likely, you are looking for a town of Szend, somewhere near Szala. (in case
of ambiguity, the name of the district or a nearby larger town was prefixed.)
According to the http://www.bogardi.com/gen/ 1913 gazetteer, there were two towns,
Also Szend and Felso Szend ("Lower and Upper Szend") in the Szikszoi district of
Abauj-Torna county, which is the same district and county where it also lists a
town called Szala. The 1882 gazetteer hyphenates the names...
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  Enumeration District utility now covers 1900 US Census         


Author: Dick Plotz
Date: Jun 21, 2008 07:41

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Steve Morse's One-Step utility for finding the Enumeration District (ED) of
addresses in larger US cities now includes the 1900 census. You can now look up
the ED for censuses from 1900 to 1940 (for use when the 1940 census is released in
2012).

The utility is in the US Census section of Steve Morse's website, stevemorse.org.
The direct URL is <http://stevemorse.org/census/index.html>.
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  The Kosher Nostra: JGSLA-June 30th, Sunday         


Author: Pamela Weisberger
Date: Jun 21, 2008 07:40

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Do time with the Jewish Genealogical Society of Los Angeles at our next meeting:

"The Jews of Sing Sing: Gotham, Gangsters and Gonuvim," with Ron Arons, and learn
all about The Kosher Nostra.

Monday, June 30th - 7:30PM
Location: Jewish Community Library, Federation Board Room,
6505 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90048

Program is free to all un-incarcerated individuals, but reservations *are*
required: Call (323) 761-8648 or email [email protected]jclla.org - give name and number
of people attending.

For directions and more info go to: http://www.jgsla.org
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  JGSMI Presents Gary Frohlich, Jewish Genetic Diseases         


Author: TJFoxEng
Date: Jun 21, 2008 07:33

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Come to the
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Chicago August 17-22, 2008 www.chicago2008.org
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The Jewish Genealogical Society of Michigan will hold its Annual Morris {z'l} and
Betty Starkman Lecture and Luncheon featuring Gary Frohlich, Certified Genetics
Counselor, speaking about: "Our Heritage and Our Health. Jewish Genetic Diseases".

Place: Congregation Dovid Ben Nuchim, 14800 W. Lincoln Blvd., Oak Park,
Michigan 48322

Date & Time: Sunday, June 22, 2008 at 11:30 A.M.

There is a $25.00 registration fee. All Interested parties are invited and
encouraged to attend.

For further information call 248-855-9642; visit www.jgsmi.org
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  Jewish Week article on burial problems when you don't have a deed and the society is defunct....         


Author: Steven Lasky
Date: Jun 20, 2008 18:14

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Greetings,

For those of you who are interested in knowing what could happen if you are
a member of a society, are entitled to a burial plot because of your
membership and don't have a deed, you might want to read this recent Jewish
Week article.

Sometimes societies, e.g. landsmanshaftn, go officially defunct without
handing out deeds to individual burial plots to its members; sometime the
society doesn't officially become defunct, but there is no society officer
left to tell a cemetery that a person rightfully has a plot reserved. This
can and has been a nightmare for many people over time. There are many
variations of this problem, of course, and many stories to be told.
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  London Cheshunt Cemetery -- help needed         


Author: Yohanan
Date: Jun 20, 2008 18:07

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I would like to thank all researchers that answered my enquiry
about the LEDERER sisters from London, especially to Laurence Kleerekoper.
Searching the Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain website
(http://www.jgsgb.org.uk/, "Search this site" option)
I have found the following burial details:

In Enfield Cemetery (Carterhatch Lane Cemetery, Enfield) --
Adath Yisroel Burial Society Records: The sister’s parents, Max and Karoline
LEDERER.

Ms Kleerekoper went especially to the cemetery and sent me the photos of the
gravestones, which confirmed that Karoline – Dina was my Great Auntie.
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  Vienna World War 1 Jewish War Memorial & Russian Jewish POW graves         


Author: Celia Male
Date: Jun 20, 2008 15:52

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I have just added many more tombstones photographs to my recording of the WW1
Jewish War Memorial in Vienna. Many of the casualties are Galicians. I have
calculated that there should be about 340 tombstones in all surrounding the War
Memorial but it is possible that some have disappeared or are unreadable. I
have probably recorded most of them by now:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/cam37/sets/72157600774064187/

Like all war memorials, it is very poignant but this Vienna war memorial is
more poignant than most, as you feel these young men did die in vain. Heinz
KOCH from Saaz, Bohemia, according to the inscription actually died for "his
Vaterland, his Kaiser and his Judisches Volk".
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  Stephen Morse         


Author: Art Hoffman
Date: Jun 20, 2008 15:50

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Although not about Genealogy, PCWorld has just released an article entitled,
"Birth of a Standard: The INTEL 8086 Processor." The article features
Stephen Morse, its architect, his picture and an interview with him. As you
all know, Stephen is also the architect of the One-step WebPages that we
JewishGenners owe him so much for. The article is well worth reading and
can be found at
http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,146957/article.html?tk=nl_bexnws.
Arthur...
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  copies of 1830 and 1831 AYZENBARG records         


Author: Simon Carroll
Date: Jun 20, 2008 11:49

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Cousins,

I am trying to get a copy of my maternal grandmother's parent's Marriage
Document from PSA:

Miedzyrzec Podlaski PSA BMD1869-1901
Fond 113 in Lublin Archive
AJZENBERG Mendel 1884 M 48
GUTERMAN Perla 1884 M 48

I am not having much luck. If any of you have a copy I would appreciate if
you would email me a copy.

I have copies of the following Polish records from FHC Film # 742870:

1830 birth
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  Help with Yiddish Translation -- ViewMate         


Author: Rosalee
Date: Jun 20, 2008 11:48

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Hi everyone,

My mother's sister Ruchel (Ruchia) nee Ajzenberg and her family perished in
the Holocaust. Unfortunately, I have not been able to find any records as
no one can remember her married name. I recently came across her wedding
photo and I'm hoping that the inscription on the back will give me a clue.

The photo is posted at Viewmate
http://data.jewishgen.org/ViewMate/viewmateview.asp?key=12106

You can contact me privately at [email protected]

Thank you for help!
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