Wednesday, March 30, 2016

CHARTERS OF CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS: NAMES

CHARTERS OF CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

1912 VILNA JEWISH CHARTER SOCIETY: TO SUPPLY CLOTHING TO THE POOR JEWS OF VILNA & ENVIRONS

p.12  
A few names found in the publication:

Khaim-Ovzr Davidovich Grodzinsky--Spiritual Rabbi
Yakov Abramovich Parnes--merchant
Sholom Dovid Leybovich Rabinovich
Mordukh Ovseyevich Zpshteyn--merchant
Isidor Yusifovich Shabad--candidate of commerce
Movsha Aron Leybovich Mileykovsky


1910 WARSAW SOCIETY CHARTER FOR THE ISSUANCE OF INTEREST-FREE LOANS TO JEWISH SMALL TRADERS & ARTISANS
p. 3
         Founders of the Company:
Malka Yudelevna Kogan—clerk
Elena Davidovna  Flyamberg—clerk
Shlyama Borukhov Rudaver-accountant


1911 THE MINSK SOCIETY CHARTER FOR THE ISSUANCE OF INTEREST-FREE LOANS TO MINSK JEWS
p. 14
Girsh Itskov Vaynshteyn—tradesman
Movsha Girshov Rudkovich—tradesm.
Shmuyla Zalmanovich Feldman—tradesm.
Khaim Itska Dreyzin—tradesm.
Itska Khaimov Kontorovich
Girsh Kuper—tradesm.
Khaim Ostashinsky—tradesm.
Leyzer Rubinov Rozovsky—tradesm.
Abram Matusevich Berson
Vulf Gertov Galperin


1911 THE FIFTH MINSK SOCIETY CHARTER FOR THE ISSUANCE OF INTEREST-FREE LOANS TO MINSK JEWS 
p. 17

Rubin Girshov Satalovich
Iosif Ntskov Goder
Shmuyla Movshov Ka_an
Khaim Meyerov Buslobvich
Shevel Shpmepov Liptnd (?)
Shevel Nomov Maarochnik
Zisel Leizerov Manmau (?)
Shimon Perelman


1909 CHARTER FOR THE M. ASHKENAZY ODESSA TRADING HOUSE: EMPLOYEE SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE FUND

         Founders of the Fund:
Yakov Markusovich _anbo—Odessa 2nd Guild merchant
Ananiy Leonov Shapiro—Akkerman tradesman
Mordkhe Mikhel Aronov Rozenberg—Mayaksky tradesman
Elya Gershov Tarakovsky—Odessa tradesm.
Leyba Berkov Faynleib—Odessa tradesm.


1915 RIGA BENEFITS SOCIETY FOR POOR & SICK JEWS

Names appearing at the end of the charter:
N. Psheradsky
D. Marmynovsky--clerk
P. Shukin—assistant clerk

1907 VILNA CHARTER FOR SOCIAL WELFARE FOR NEEDY STUDENTS IN DISNA &  FOR THE JEWISH 2-CLASSROOM SCHOOL

p. 21
L.K Lipkin

1910 CHARTER FOR ODESSA SOCIETY OF SOCIAL WELFARE FOR JEWISH FARMERS AND CRAFTSMEN IN SYRIA AND PALESTINE

p. 16

Zub--Vice-Director

Kuznetsov—Clerk

Saturday, March 26, 2016

HOLOCAUST: Tomaszow Mazowiecki Poland

HOLOCAUST
( “Born in Lodz: Tomaszowskie Ghetto & Labor Camp in the Memory of Zenon Neumark” Krzysztof Tomasz Witczak)

JEWS WHO HID IN PLAIN SIGHT (on Aryan side):
     Succumbed to stress of false identities:

Friedl Goldberg—jumped from a trampoline into the water
Stanislaw Grosman
Alfred Nathan Leng & wife—Wife committed suicide by swallowing Cyanide
Adam Lichtenstein-hide for a year in Warsaw then decided to reveal himself and was captured by Gestapo
Felix Mak
Jacob Rajzman

GHETTO THEATER, “KLEIN KUNST TEATER TOMASZOW’:
Artur Kahan---resident of Lodz, about 35, artistic director and director of Israel Aljuche
“Lutek” Orenbach (19201942)—literary director
Lichtenstein (1924-1943)—music director
Alfred Rotberg (4/20/1915)—cousin of Lutek,
 Wolf aka Wladyslaw Rejder (6/7/1917)-technical director & decorator
Shmuel Binem. Orenbach (5/8/1925)—from Lodz, painter, Lutek’s father
Bela Orenbach (5/8/1925—a singer, Lutek’s younger sister
Sura/Sara Rozenberg Szczesliwa (1898)
Zofia Makov—(8/8/1869)-daughter of Isidore & Sidonia,  retired pianist of Warsaw Opera, music teacher, lived in Tomaszow from 7/22/1936

OTHERS:
Hirschbrung brothers and son of one of them (he tried to save his father, and was also shot by Gestapo)
Dr. M. Hirschprung—lawyer and his two sons
Stanislaw (Samuel)Talman (1912-1983)—Jewish policeman in ghetto
Tomaszow Judenrat: Jakub Joseph Hirschprung/Hirszbrung (1886—1942)—son of Solomon Lajb—lawyer, Zionist activist; Alfred “Fritz” Hirschprung/Hirszbrung (1922—1942), son of Jakub Joseph---clerk, student of Faculty of law; Jerzy Hirschprung/Hirszbrung (1924-1942)---son of Jakub Joseph-under 18 yrs.
Moses Saniny—maintained Jewish Registry, recorded BMD until beginning of October 1942

“AKIBA GROUP”’-ages 15-18, youth resistance group:
Tusia Fuchs/Fuks daughter of Benjamin Lajzer Fuks (1895-1942)—
Isaac Rosenblat
Rachel Offman-daughter of Abraham & Chana Offman (Bornsztajn), sister of Perl
Anna Wajkselfi
Hind aka Halina Rubinek (1924-1943)shot by Nazis in Plaszow
Esther Michlewicz aka “Irene”
Rachel Artman
Abram Prywes

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

PERM MARTYROLOGY: THE REPRESSED



PERM MARTYROLOGY: THE REPRESSED

This is a Russian language alphabetical listing of those who were arrested for political reasons in the Perm region of the USSR by the Cheka, OGPU, NKVD, MGB, or KGB branches of the Soviet government.

Click on a name for brief biographical information.
Use an online translator, as needed.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

1897 POKATILOV UKRAINE: FAMILY NAMES

1897 POKATILOV UKRAINE: FAMILY NAMES (ALL RUSSIA CENSUS)
[Alex Lipes]


Listed below are just a few of the surnames from the above source. Please check out the site for further information (first & patronymic names). The site is written in Russian Cyrillic, so use an online translator as needed.

Basin,
Funt,
Kantorovich,
Kventsel,
Manetsky,
Mazus,
Orkov,
Perki,
Pernyant,
Shukhat,
Spitsburg,
Talalayevsky,
Tarakan,
Vayshinker,
Volodarsky,
Yukelson
Zeleniy,
Zubok, et al.

1906-1909 JEWISH COLONIZATION ASSOCIATION: JEWISH EMIGRATION

1906-1909 JEWISH COLONIZATION ASSOCIATION: JEWISH EMIGRATION
(“Jewish Emigration Based on the General Fund of the RSHA Ministry of Interior Affairs Department”, AI Chayesh)

The article, written in Russian, can be found at: http://www.berkovich-zametki.com/AStarina/Nomer2/Chaesh1.htm

In addition to general background and history of the Jewish Colonization Association and Russian Jewish emigration, there are also available lists of persons who emigrated with the assistance of the association.  Below I have included surnames appearing on several lists; please view the article for complete data.

Russia to Australia:
Tsivina family

10 Children orphaned or left with one parent because of 1906 pogrom: Yekaterinoslav to Germany (includes ages, destination place & person, one parent or orphan)
Glesin (3), Lipanovich (2), Safynikov (1), Turyansky (4)


1909 Those Who Emigrated to America. Passes were issued by the Kiev governor. (includes date, # of ??, name, age, left via border or port):
Krawiecka, Kolnik, Kaplun, Tsybulskaya, Polonskaya, Polishchuk, Matsova, Koffman, Sklarevska, Shifris, Svyatets, Glikin, Kaplan, Kardash, Torchynskaya, Bernstein, Rovreb, Goikhshtyein, Bruck, Freud, Tarakovskaya, Greenberg, Mogilev

 1907-1909 Those Who Were Denied Right to Emigrate (includes name with profession, class category; year & location, reason for denial):

Eisenberg, Alter, Beyreh, Berulia,Brooke, Bukstejn, Moses, Vayntrub, Gartglyas, Gaiman, Gershtein, Goldenstejn, Guzik, Dorfman, et al. (see article for more)

Monday, March 14, 2016

Saturday, March 12, 2016

1906 VILNA FIRST PRECINCT VOTERS' LIST (#3)

1906 VILNA: FIRST PRECINCT, THOSE WITH THE RIGHT TO VOTE IN THE STATE DUMA ELECTIONS (#3)
Voters' List #2:  http://yourjewishgem.blogspot.com/2016/02/1906-vilna-first-precinct-voters-list-2.html 

3409 Nadel' Khaim"-Shebsel' Benyaminov-Leybovich
3410 Nadel' Shlyuma Yuselevich
3413 Nalet Zelik Abramovich.
3417 Narver" Mendel' Shmuylovich".
3418 Narver" Peysakh" Movshovich".
3419 Narvid" Movsha Nokhimovich
3426 Natanson Azriyel-0vsey Berkovich.
3427 Natanson" Berko Yankelevich.
3428 Natanson" Nison"-Ben'yamin" Berkovich"
3430 Nakhmanovich" Ben'yamin" Berkovich".
3431 Nakhner" Yankel'-Leyzer" Borukhovich".
3433 Nayneyalya Ariy Moiseyevich
3434 Nayfel'd Berko Ayzikovich.
3435 Nayfel'd" Khaim Ayzikovich.
3436 Nayshlos" Solomon" Yevelevich".
3437 Nayshlos" Shneyer".
3438 Nayshul' Ariya Moiseyevich
3450 Nel'kin" Gilel' Leybovich.
3451 Nemenzhensshy Kalman" Tsodikovich.
3452 Nemenchinskiy Ayzik" Leybovich
3453 Nemenchinskiy Daniyel'
3454 Nemzer" Zelman" Moiseyevich
3455 Nemzer" Mark" Osipovich".
3456 Nemzer" Moisey-Vul'f" Iserovich"-Aronovich
3458 Nestimovich" Mikhel' Yuselevich

3461 Nechunsky Shevel' Movshovich.
3463 Neyfel'd Berko Ayzikovich.
3464 Niderman" Vulf" Mordukhovich".
3467 Nikitin Naum
3474 Nuar" Ayzek Yudelevich
3477 Novikov-Bam Zvulin Yudelevich-Yuselevich
3470 Novik" Khaim" Elyevich
3488 Novogorodsshy Ben'yamin Gdalevich.
3489 Novogorodsshy Ilya Khaimovich".
3490 Novogrudskiy Boris" Yankelevich
3491 Novozhenets" David" Leybovich
3492 Novomeyskiy Leyzer" Itskovich
3493 Novoprutskiy Yusel' Peysakhovich
3496 Nodel' Biyash Yudelevich.
3499 Norver" Pesakh Meyerovich.
3504 Noskin" Abram" Aronovich".
3505 Noskin" Aron" Davidovich".
3506 Noskin" Lipman" Davidovich".
3508 Notanson" Isidor" Borisovich
3509 Notik" David Leyzerovich
3510 Nokhotovich Leyba Girshovich.
3511 Nokhumson" Leyba Vulfovich.
3514 Nemtsevich Berko Abramovich

Monday, March 7, 2016

1882 JEWISH CONVERTS (#2)

1882 JEWISH CONVERTS (#2)
(Kiev Diocesan Statements)
p. 369

1.    Radomysisky County Kiev, daughter, 20, from Gornostaypolskomu (Gornostaypol?) Jewish community tradesman, Nohim Lazebnik Merja, divorced from her husband, Movsha Haimom Pischanskim, baptized Margia.

2.    Austrian (Австр1йско-поданная ?) girl, Mindel Goldenberg, 20. Baptized  Nadezhda (Hope).

3.    Shindlya, 20, daughter of Iosya Naftulyuvich Gershkov, merchant of market town of Makov, Kamenetz-Podolsk. Baptized Sofia.

4.    Maria, 15, daughter of academic steward ( what is that??), Alexander Abramov Magidov, Baptized  Nadezhda.

5.    Libi-Sora, 18, daughter of Chernigov tradesman, Nohim Tovbin, baptized Nadezhda.

6.    Berko Mordkov Goldenberg, 24, private, 42nd Reserve Infantry Personnel Battalion. Tradesman from Stepanets village, Kanevsk. Baptized Boris.

7.    Eta Sruleva Brodskaya, 19, burgher from Volodarsky Jewish community, Skvirsky district, Kiev. Baptized Maria.

8.    Basia, 17, daughter of Itska & Ryzi Voskoboynikovy  of the Korsun/Korsunskago Jewish community , Tarashcha village, Kanevsky district, Kiev. Baptized Varvara (Barbara).

9.    Elka Yankelevna Halimova, 26, burgher from Gorki Jewish community, Mogilev province. Baptized Maria.

10.                  Genya Aronova Kagan, 18, Popovka village, Tarashcha Jewish community. Baptized Anna.

11.                  Blyuma Gesmanova, 30, widowed. Pokotilov, Uman. Baptized Kseniya. Also, her 8 y/o son, Baptized Aleksandr.

p. 370

12.                  Ginda Haimova Siderenkova, 17, Dmitrovki village Vasilkovskago county, Belotserkovsky Jewish community. Baptized Olya.

13.                  Malya, 14,  daughter of Leyby  Reminnago resident of Volodarka, Volodarsky Jewish community (also Pogrebinsky). Baptized Maria.

14.                  Leyba Yukelev Bresfan, 24, Vassilkovsky, Kiev Jewish community. Baptized Aleksandr.

15.                  Ruvin, 21, son of David and Feiga Levashenkovy, Tarashcha city residents. Baptized Pavel.

16.                  Funa Kozlov, 17, Doro village, Vassilkovsky, Kiev. Baptized Petr.

17.                  Zlata Berkova Sedletskaya, 18, Radomylsky county, Pvankova, Dymerskago Jewish community, Kiev. Baptized Mamrona.

18.                  Khaya-Blyuma Yelisavetskaya, 22, Kamianka, Sigirinskago, Zolotonosha Jewish community, Kiev. Baptized Vpra.

19.                  Yusel Shmuelyuvich Feynberg, 19, Rossienskago county, Kovno province, Yurburgskago Jewish community. Baptized Nicolay.


21.                  Chaya-Sema Petricovskaya, 25, Vasilkov city, Kiev. Baptized Aleksandra.

Sunday, March 6, 2016

1854-1926 Marriages & Divorces: LITHUANIA


1854-1926 MARRIAGES & DIVORCES:
Ziezmariai, Eisiskes, Kaunas, Darsuniskis, Krakenava, Vilnius, et al.

The templates include (where applicable): microfilm #’s; items, frames, and images #’s; Place, Year, Record #, Date of Event, Event Type, Hebrew Calendar, Names of: spouses, parents, residences of husband/wife, witnesses names; archival sources, etc. There are about 57 EXCEL format pages.
Records of similar quality can also be found on the All Lithuania Database at: https://www.litvaksig.org/all-lithuania-database/search-ald/ .

A partial list of the surnames names included:
Aber,
Abovich,
Adelson,
Alberman,
Antselevich,
Aronson,
Baril,
Barshteyn,,
Bendat,
Beynisevich,
Bezrusky,
Bufman,
Davidovich,
Dormat,
Elper,
Elyunsky,
Frank,
Galper,
Genis,
Geylper,
Goldshteyn,
Grinshteyn,
Kaplan,
Kapul,
Kats
Kavlovsky
Khaimovich,
Khayet,
Kopman,
Korba,
Kovner,
Krasna,
Krasni,
Krasny,
Kravets,
Kushel,
Lan,
Lap,
Levin,
Melamed,
Nets,
Olkenitsky,
Perets,
Pikin,
Podechsky,
Rachko,
Rom,
Rosel,
Rozenberg,
Rozental
Rubin,
Ryeznik,
Sadovis,
Sapozhnik,
Shats,
Shimelovich,
Shvarts,
Smorgonsky,
Spyevak,
Tkach,
Tsodikov,
Veyner, Toker,
Vitkin,
Volkovysky,
Zabich,
Zhoslansky,
Zilber,
Zorukhovich, et al.