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    1. New Mailing Lists -- Group.io
    2. Michelle Chubenko
    3. To those mailing list members who want to continue a traditional mailing list connection to fellow researchers, I'd like to share the new hosting locations for the following lists: Galicia [Poland-Ukraine] Genealogy https://groups.io/g/Galicia-Poland-Ukraine Lithuanian Genealogy https://groups.io/g/LithuanianGenealogy Polish Genius https://groups.io/g/PolishGenius Bukowsko-Triangle (Poland) https://groups.io/g/bukowsko-triangle Ukrainian Genealogy Search https://groups.io/g/ukrainian-genealogy-search Additionally, there are many Facebook groups who have grown to be an active forum for genealogical conversation: Galicia Family History Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/GaliciaFamilyHistory/ Lithuanian Global Genealogical Society https://www.facebook.com/groups/lithuanian.genealogy/ Poland & Genealogy https://www.facebook.com/groups/polandandgenealogy/ Ukrainian Genealogy: Our Ancestors -- Наші Предки https://www.facebook.com/groups/NashiPredky/ -- Michelle Chubenko "Our Ancestors -- Наші предки / Ukrainian Genealogy" https://www.facebook.com/groups/NashiPredky/ Co-Coordinator, Family History Group Ukrainian History & Education Center http://www.ukrhec.org/family-history-group

    03/01/2020 04:20:28
    1. Fwd: [ROOT-LO-ANNOUN] RootsWeb Mailing Lists
    2. Michelle Chubenko
    3. As the mailing lists on Rootsweb will soon be going away (tomorrow!), I want to thank all of you for the years of sharing and learning that has occurred.  I don't post much but I will miss all the Rootsweb's genealogical mailing lists and the people on it. Thank you all for sharing your wisdom and knowledge with all of us. -- Michelle Chubenko "Our Ancestors -- Наші предки / Ukrainian Genealogy" https://www.facebook.com/groups/NashiPredky/ Co-Coordinator, Family History Group Ukrainian History & Education Center http://www.ukrhec.org/family-history-group -------- Forwarded Message -------- Subject: [ROOT-LO-ANNOUN] RootsWeb Mailing Lists Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2020 17:35:06 -0000 From: RootsWeb Administration <rwmailinglists@ancestry.com> Reply-To: Updates and Announcements for RootsWeb Mailing List Owners <rootsweb-listowners-announcements@rootsweb.com> To: rootsweb-listowners-announcements@rootsweb.com Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails. Additionally, administration tools will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be put into an archival state. Administrators may save the emails in their list prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available and searchable on RootsWeb. As an alternative to RootsWeb Mailing Lists, Ancestry message boards are a great option to network with others in the genealogy community. Message boards are available for free with an Ancestry registered account. Thank you for being part of the RootsWeb family and contributing to this community. Sincerely, The RootsWeb team _______________________________________________ Email preferences: http://bit.ly/rootswebpref Unsubscribe https://lists.rootsweb.com/postorius/lists/rootsweb-listowners-announcements@rootsweb.com Privacy Statement: https://ancstry.me/2JWBOdY Terms and Conditions: https://ancstry.me/2HDBym9 Rootsweb Blog: http://rootsweb.blog RootsWeb is funded and supported by Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community -- This email has been checked for viruses by AVG. https://www.avg.com

    03/01/2020 03:59:47
    1. Re: Immigrant otto anton JIRANEK
    2. On Thursday, February 26, 2004 at 4:48:45 PM UTC-5, Robert Jiranek wrote: > Otto b. Sept 18, 1872. d. Jan.7, 1926 in Chicago. interred Graceland > Mausoleum, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Believed Otto immigrated from > Prague and arrived in NYC in 1890 to 1892 period. I am searching for > the names and places of Otto's parents and whether either of his > parents have links to Sulz au Neckar in Germany. Hi Bob, I read through this and see that you are the son of Alice Heald. We recently purchased a home in Grand Rapids and the original blueprints show the name of Mrs. Henry Heald. I belive your grandmother? I would love to know hear any history of this great old house or the family that lived here. Thanks Laura

    11/30/2017 01:49:55
    1. Surname Drabik
    2. I have Drabiks in my tree from Zawadka...check out Kokolus.com!

    06/10/2017 10:04:15
    1. 4th Annual Nashi Predky Fall Conference, October 6-7, 2017 - Somerset, NJ
    2. Michelle Chubenko
    3. The 4th Annual Nashi Predky Fall Conference - Unlock Your Heritage: Discover Your Ancestry - will be held at the Ukrainian Cultural Center located at 135 Davidson Avenue in Somerset, NJ on October 6-7, 2017. The event features internationally known experts in Eastern European genealogy, and will span two days, including a full-day dedicated to DNA along with Saturday's workshop on Using Cadastral Maps, opportunity for networking, and the choice of seven lectures. New to the conference in 2017! The Nashi Predky Family History Group is proud to offer a two full days of programming. Participants may register for either Friday or Saturday, or the full two-day conference at reduced pricing. In addition to the presentations, the event will have vendors and cultural display areas. On Friday, October 6th, DNA Day offers participants three lectures, Q&A Panel open discussion and dinner. Registration opens at 2pm and a light dinner will be available. The presentations by Melissa Johnson, CG are: Genetic Genealogy: A Beginner’s Guide, Diving Deeper into Genetic Genealogy, and Using Autosomal DNA in Genealogy. The DNA Panel Discussion will be hosted by: Melissa Johnson, CG, Natalie Asikainen, Bruce Romanchuk, an Administrator of the Facebook group "Lemko Ancestry & DNA", and Prof. Volodymyr Bodnar, the leader of the FamilyTreeDNA group "Ukrainian DNA Genealogy - Український ДНК-родовід". On Saturday, October 7th, the second day of the "Unlock Your Heritage: Discover Your Ancestry" opens with registration at 8am with a light continental breakfast. At 9am, the morning sessions start off with the presentation "Galicia: An Ethnic and Religious Melting Pot" by Zbigniew Stettner where he will describe ethnic and religious mixture in Galicia and show how this knowledge can help you trace your ancestors. After the opening session, a dual-track day begins with presentations by Rhoda Miller, CG, "Finding Families in Russian Era Ukraine: Census Records and More", and by Rev. Dr. Ivan Kaszczak "Ukrainian Catholics in America: A History". Participants will be offered a buffet luncheon featuring ethnic food and networking time during the lunch break. The afternoon sessions continue the dual-track offerings: "1920s-1940s Polish State Archives Records for Lemkos" by Zbigniew Stettner; "Ten Ways to Jumpstart Your Eastern European Research" by Lisa Alzo; "Did My Great-Grandmother Have a Family?: A Problem Solving Case Study" by Rhoda Miller, CG; and "Immigrant Cluster Communities: Past, Present and Future" by Lisa Alzo. An optional workshop "Using 19th century Cadastral Maps to Trace Our Galician Ancestors" hosted by Zbigniew Stettner will show how to find the records in archives, interpret them and teach how to compare cadastral maps with current maps using various software and websites. The two-day event concludes with the door-prize drawings at 4:30pm. Registration is now OPEN! http://ukrhec.org/nashi-predky-conference-2017 Take advantage of the early-bird pricing through August 31st!! -- Michelle Chubenko "Our Ancestors -- Наші предки / Ukrainian Genealogy" https://www.facebook.com/groups/NashiPredky/ https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/107238252771720982783 Co-Coordinator, Family History Group Ukrainian Historical & Educational Center of NJ http://www.ukrhec.org/family-history-group

    06/01/2017 01:37:00
    1. Re: A Tribute to Gen. Jozef Haller and the 'Blue Army'
    2. On Tuesday, July 31, 2001 at 4:07:17 AM UTC-4, buzzer wrote: > I am trying to locate Robert Tarwacki, the author/webmaster of this most > interesting site. http://www.geocities.com/hallersarmy/index.html > His e-mail addresses do not function..... > > Who can help? > In the meantime, and for general viewing, the message I had written for him: > > Hi, > I was pleasantly surprised by your site! > I would like to draw your attention on the following book: > 'Blekitna armia: w 80 rocznice utworzenia', by Dariusz Radziwillowicz > The book was published in 1997 on behalf of the Polish Ministry of Defence > (Ministerstwo Obrony Narodowego, departament spoleczno-wychowawczy, oddz. > edukacji obywatelski) > It's ISBN number is 83-86268-69-7 > I bought it for 25 zloty's in Lodz, Poland, from the Army Bookshop. > Have a look at http://ksiegarnia.bellona.pl for their main source of > material > > My wife's great-grandfather Witold KUS came to Ellis Island in 1913. He was > an active fighter for Polish Independence who had escaped from Russian > emprisonment/banishment. He went to his sister in Cleveland, OH and it would > appear he later went to Cheswick, PA (that's the address he gave in his army > enlistment records, of which I've got a copy). In that period he was an > activist for the Polish K.O.N. organization in Pittsburgh. > He saw action in France and later in the Ukraine, he was decommissioned in > 1920. He never became US citizen and returned to Poland after having been > decommisioned. > Because he died in a concentration camp during WW II, no records of anything > were kept at home. I managed to establish from letters of his at the State > Archives in Poland, though, that he was in possession of the following > decorations: > 1) Medal Sokolstwa Polonia w Ameryce (za tworzenie Armji Polskiej tamze) > 2) Krzyz za udzial w walkach na Ukrainie w Armi Gen. Hallera > 3a) French medal for having served on the Western front in Haller's Army > 3b) French medal for having served in the Great War under Gen. Haller > > In the 1930's he was awarded the Independence Cross with Swords, one of > Poland's highest military decorations, for his activities as an Independence > Fighter before the First World War. > > I would appreciate any further information on these decorations, what they > looked like etc. Also I am not quite sure where he actually fought: > is there any way, any where of finding out? Would the French Army Archives > hold anything? > > Regards, > Albert Lammers, > Vlissingen/Holland Hello Albert, I have just found this post today, 15/III/2017. I had to move my site due to ISP changes. It can now be found at www.tarwacki.com. I can be reached via email at ny2m@verizon.net. If I can be of any help, please reach out to me. Cheers, Bob Tarwacki

    03/15/2017 09:43:50
    1. Nashi Predky goes "on the road" to Pittsburgh, PA on May 6th
    2. Michelle Chubenko
    3. It is March already! That means less than 30 days to take advantage of the early-bird pricing ($10 discount) for the Spring Genealogy Workshop on May 6th at the Ukrainian American Citizens' Club in Carnegie, PA (near Pittsburgh)! A light breakfast and lunch are included. Don't miss this opportunity, with talks on: * Beginning Ukrainian Genealogy * Finding and Using Church Records from Your Ancestral Village * The Aliens are Coming: USCIS Record Sets * History of Lemkos, Boykos, and Hutsuls * Using Gazetteers, Directories, and Schematisms for Eastern European Research. SEVERAL NEW, VALUE-ADDED FEATURES: 1. It will now be much easier to network with other attendees who may share your ancestral villages and perhaps even your ancestors! This year for the first time we will have a list for everyone with the name, contact information, and villages/surnames of interest for every attendee who chooses to participate! (This information will be collected on the registration form.) 2. For the first time this year, we will have an assortment of books available for purchase, including the Genealogical Gazetteer of Galicia by Brian Lenius, and several others! Details to come. 3. In addition to the books, we will also have a vendor offering Ukrainian souvenirs for purchase. If you would like to obtain some knick-knacks or memorabilia to display your heritage at home, this is the place to do it! 4. Vera Miller, the host of the Find Your Lost Russian & Ukrainian Family blog and facebook site, has graciously volunteered her time to help workshop attendees look-up contact information for current family on Eastern European Social Media sites! 5. Plans are in the works to set up an "on-your-own" tour of the local Ukrainian museum some time during the weekend. If we get enough interest we can organize a small group to do this outside of the workshop hours. More to come! We hope you will register today and we hope to see you there!! Save $10 today... register ONLINE: https://www.ukrhec.org/civicrm/event/info?id=32&reset=1 -- Michelle Chubenko "Our Ancestors -- Наші предки / Ukrainian Genealogy" https://www.facebook.com/groups/NashiPredky/ https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/107238252771720982783 Co-Coordinator, Family History Group Ukrainian Historical & Educational Center of NJ http://www.ukrhec.org/family-history-group

    03/08/2017 01:42:59
    1. Seeking Blecha relatives (Bohemia, Czechoslovakia)
    2. Hi. My sons and I are planning a trip to Czech Republic this fall and I'm trying a variety of things to get in touch with anyone to whom we may be related. Please contact me if you have interest or knowledge. Thank you very much. Julie Blecha

    02/11/2017 11:58:37
    1. Nashi Predky 2017 Spring Workshop: Carnegie, Penn. - May 6th
    2. Michelle Chubenko
    3. Nashi Predky — Our Ancestors Ukrainian Genealogy Workshop "Rediscovering Your Family Stories" Saturday, May 6th, 2017 8am - 5pm Ukrainian American Citizens’ Club 302 Mansfield Boulevard Carnegie, PA 15106 Featured topics • The Basics of Ukrainian Genealogy • Finding and Using Ukrainian Church Records • The Aliens Are Coming: USCIS Record Sets • History of Lemkos, Boykos, and Hutsuls • Using Gazetteers, Directories & Schematisms for Eastern European Research Featured speakers: Justin Houser, Rich Venezia, Michael Buryk, and Michelle Chubenko Informative talks, answers to your questions from recognized experts, time to network with fellow genealogists (who may have family from the same region or village as you), as well as breakfast and lunch. Register online: www.NashiPredky.org/workshop Save $10 if you register before March 31st! -- Michelle Chubenko "Our Ancestors -- Наші предки / Ukrainian Genealogy" https://www.facebook.com/groups/NashiPredky/ https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/107238252771720982783 Co-Coordinator, Family History Group Ukrainian Historical & Educational Center of NJ http://www.ukrhec.org/family-history-group

    01/16/2017 12:23:24
    1. Re: Columbia Records - archives?
    2. J. P. Gilliver (John)
    3. In message <nvcblp$lm5$1@dont-email.me>, dave <dave@cyw.uklinux.net> writes: [] >No hits in the British Library Sound Archive. The main library has a Wow, thanks even for looking! >music score "Breezes of Spring" by V. Lisjak dated c1925 which may be >relevant. _Could_ be; apparently (I suspect like most bandleaders of that time) he did compose a bit. -- J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)Ar@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf Quantum particles: the dreams that stuff is made of - David Moser

    11/02/2016 03:32:12
    1. Re: Columbia Records - archives?
    2. dave
    3. On 31/10/16 23:54, J. P. Gilliver (John) wrote: > Somewhat glancing relevance to genealogy, but I wonder, does anyone have > a contact email for anyone to do with old recordings to do with the > Columbia record company? > > I'd like to see if it's at all possible to obtain - and I'd be willing > to pay a reasonable amount [though their idea and mine of what's > reasonable might differ (-:!] - sound file copies of records they made > in the 1920s? > > The recordings would have been made 1923 or later, in Cleveland, Ohio, > USA, of Viktor Lisjak (or Lisjakov)'s Moderni Cigani (Modern Gypsies > Orchestra), especially if they feature "Marie" Haley (piano) or William > Haley (violin). > > Mary Haley was my grandma, William was her brother; they emigrated from > Bedlington, Northumberland, England, in 1923, to Philadelphia then Ohio. > I do have some recordings, but they were made in the 1970s from what was > by then a very worn 78, by people not really skilled in such a transfer. > (Reading the history of Columbia, it was possibly an acoustic recording > anyway.) The recordings would IMO not be good enough to have any > commercial value. No hits in the British Library Sound Archive. The main library has a music score "Breezes of Spring" by V. Lisjak dated c1925 which may be relevant. -- Dave

    11/02/2016 03:29:54
    1. Re: Columbia Records - archives?
    2. J. P. Gilliver (John)
    3. In message <XnsA6B36F2FF9DF7makowiecatnycapdotrE@213.239.209.88>, Joe Makowiec <makowiec@invalid.invalid> writes: >On 31 Oct 2016 in soc.genealogy.britain, J. P. Gilliver (John) wrote: > >> I'd like to see if it's at all possible to obtain - and I'd be >> willing to pay a reasonable amount [though their idea and mine of >> what's reasonable might differ (-:!] - sound file copies of records >> they made in the 1920s? >> >> The recordings would have been made 1923 or later, in Cleveland, >> Ohio, USA, of Viktor Lisjak (or Lisjakov)'s Moderni Cigani (Modern >> Gypsies Orchestra), especially if they feature "Marie" Haley (piano) >> or William Haley (violin). > >You might check out Sound Beat: > >http://soundbeat.org/ > >It comes from the Belfer Audio Archive at Syracuse University in the >United States, and they seem to have all manner of oddball recordings. > Thanks! No hits on Lisjak or Lisjakov, but as you say, an interesting collection. -- J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)Ar@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf /"\ \ / ASCII RIBBON CAMPAIGN X AGAINST HTML EMAIL / \ AND POSTINGS

    11/01/2016 03:34:05
    1. Re: Columbia Records - archives?
    2. J. P. Gilliver (John)
    3. In message <papg1cdb45bmft8dcbrbl471ritgs6nbhr@4ax.com>, brightside S9 <address@replyto_is_not.invalid> writes: [] >Here's a long shot. I passed this URL to a pal of mine who is an opera >fan. He eventually found what he was looking for. It is not just opera >so you may be lucky and find what you want. I have never used the site >so I cannot help you any further. >http://www.loc.gov/jukebox/ > Thanks for that! No luck looking for Lisjak(ov)'s lot, but a page worth bookmarking. ("Historical Recordings from the Library of Congress".) -- J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)Ar@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf /"\ \ / ASCII RIBBON CAMPAIGN X AGAINST HTML EMAIL / \ AND POSTINGS

    11/01/2016 02:59:54
    1. Re: Columbia Records - archives?
    2. J. P. Gilliver (John)
    3. In message <lfrf1c9eph2rg4gg94o9e2c35vje7qq77q@4ax.com>, Charles Ellson <ce11son@yahoo.ca> writes: >On Mon, 31 Oct 2016 23:54:11 +0000, "J. P. Gilliver (John)" ><G6JPG@soft255.demon.co.uk> wrote: > >>Somewhat glancing relevance to genealogy, but I wonder, does anyone have >>a contact email for anyone to do with old recordings to do with the >>Columbia record company? >> >>I'd like to see if it's at all possible to obtain - and I'd be willing >>to pay a reasonable amount [though their idea and mine of what's >>reasonable might differ (-:!] - sound file copies of records they made >>in the 1920s? >> >>The recordings would have been made 1923 or later, in Cleveland, Ohio, >>USA, of Viktor Lisjak (or Lisjakov)'s Moderni Cigani (Modern Gypsies >>Orchestra), especially if they feature "Marie" Haley (piano) or William >>Haley (violin). [] >I can't find Lisjak/ov in the BL or LoC catalogues but the Lisjakov >Kvartet comes up in the http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/ catalogue :- >http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/116949/Lisjakov_Kvar >tet_Musical_group Wow, thanks for that! I know the Cleveland recordings had singers, as my great-uncle's memoirs mention them having to find a couple - but I guess it's possible they made instrumental ones too. I know they made some for "another recording company" (infuriatingly he doesn't name it!) in Chicago, so those might have been them. >There are also entries for the Victor Lisjak Orchestra listing >recordings published by Victor. >www.dlib.si has hits for "Victor Lisjak Orkester" and "Moderni cigani" >leading to some newspaper images and OCR texts. Yes, I did manage to find some .si hits by Googling, but unfortunately though I have a reasonable ability with languages, whatever those are in (Slovenian?) is beyond me! (And were "too big" for Google translate.) -- J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)Ar@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf /"\ \ / ASCII RIBBON CAMPAIGN X AGAINST HTML EMAIL / \ AND POSTINGS

    11/01/2016 02:55:23
    1. Re: Columbia Records - archives?
    2. Joe Makowiec
    3. On 31 Oct 2016 in soc.genealogy.britain, J. P. Gilliver (John) wrote: > I'd like to see if it's at all possible to obtain - and I'd be > willing to pay a reasonable amount [though their idea and mine of > what's reasonable might differ (-:!] - sound file copies of records > they made in the 1920s? > > The recordings would have been made 1923 or later, in Cleveland, > Ohio, USA, of Viktor Lisjak (or Lisjakov)'s Moderni Cigani (Modern > Gypsies Orchestra), especially if they feature "Marie" Haley (piano) > or William Haley (violin). You might check out Sound Beat: http://soundbeat.org/ It comes from the Belfer Audio Archive at Syracuse University in the United States, and they seem to have all manner of oddball recordings. -- Joe Makowiec http://makowiec.org/ Email: http://makowiec.org/contact/?Joe Usenet Improvement Project: http://twovoyagers.com/improve-usenet.org/

    11/01/2016 08:55:24
    1. Re: Columbia Records - archives?
    2. Charles Ellson
    3. On Mon, 31 Oct 2016 23:54:11 +0000, "J. P. Gilliver (John)" <G6JPG@soft255.demon.co.uk> wrote: >Somewhat glancing relevance to genealogy, but I wonder, does anyone have >a contact email for anyone to do with old recordings to do with the >Columbia record company? > >I'd like to see if it's at all possible to obtain - and I'd be willing >to pay a reasonable amount [though their idea and mine of what's >reasonable might differ (-:!] - sound file copies of records they made >in the 1920s? > >The recordings would have been made 1923 or later, in Cleveland, Ohio, >USA, of Viktor Lisjak (or Lisjakov)'s Moderni Cigani (Modern Gypsies >Orchestra), especially if they feature "Marie" Haley (piano) or William >Haley (violin). > >Mary Haley was my grandma, William was her brother; they emigrated from >Bedlington, Northumberland, England, in 1923, to Philadelphia then Ohio. >I do have some recordings, but they were made in the 1970s from what was >by then a very worn 78, by people not really skilled in such a transfer. >(Reading the history of Columbia, it was possibly an acoustic recording >anyway.) The recordings would IMO not be good enough to have any >commercial value. > I can't find Lisjak/ov in the BL or LoC catalogues but the Lisjakov Kvartet comes up in the http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/ catalogue :- http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/116949/Lisjakov_Kvartet_Musical_group There are also entries for the Victor Lisjak Orchestra listing recordings published by Victor. www.dlib.si has hits for "Victor Lisjak Orkester" and "Moderni cigani" leading to some newspaper images and OCR texts.

    10/31/2016 07:49:59
    1. Columbia Records - archives?
    2. J. P. Gilliver (John)
    3. Somewhat glancing relevance to genealogy, but I wonder, does anyone have a contact email for anyone to do with old recordings to do with the Columbia record company? I'd like to see if it's at all possible to obtain - and I'd be willing to pay a reasonable amount [though their idea and mine of what's reasonable might differ (-:!] - sound file copies of records they made in the 1920s? The recordings would have been made 1923 or later, in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, of Viktor Lisjak (or Lisjakov)'s Moderni Cigani (Modern Gypsies Orchestra), especially if they feature "Marie" Haley (piano) or William Haley (violin). Mary Haley was my grandma, William was her brother; they emigrated from Bedlington, Northumberland, England, in 1923, to Philadelphia then Ohio. I do have some recordings, but they were made in the 1970s from what was by then a very worn 78, by people not really skilled in such a transfer. (Reading the history of Columbia, it was possibly an acoustic recording anyway.) The recordings would IMO not be good enough to have any commercial value. -- J. P. Gilliver. UMRA: 1960/<1985 MB++G()AL-IS-Ch++(p)Ar@T+H+Sh0!:`)DNAf once described by Eccentrica Golumbits as the best bang since the big one ... (first series, fit the second)

    10/31/2016 05:54:11
    1. Re: Pierre Angelov
    2. Den tisdag 13 juli 1999 kl. 09:00:00 UTC+2 skrev magnus ekholm: > looking for a man who called himself Pierre Angelov. was in sweden in the > early seventies. (-71) He introduced himself as "Yugoslavian" > Any information is thankful. The man is born 1949 , the seventh of february 490207-2190

    09/16/2016 12:25:52
    1. Re: Pierre Angelov
    2. Den tisdag 13 juli 1999 kl. 09:00:00 UTC+2 skrev magnus ekholm: > looking for a man who called himself Pierre Angelov. was in sweden in the > early seventies. (-71) He introduced himself as "Yugoslavian" > Any information is thankful.

    09/16/2016 12:25:24
    1. Re: Samuel BESTIMT & Pauline SKLAR
    2. On Sunday, June 25, 2000 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-4, Sandy Newport wrote: > Samuel BESTIMT 1889 - 1975 (son of Marcus BESTIMT and Bertha ?)and his > wife Pauline SKLAR (daughter of Louis SKLAR and Bessie PLOKIN) 1890 - > 1977 were married Dec. 6, 1910 in New York City, NY and had 2 children, > Muriel and William. > Louis SKLAR, his wife Bessie and daughter Pauline were all born in > Russia. > Samuel BESTIMT was born in New York City, his father Marcus was born in > Russia and his mother Bertha was born in Germany. > William recalled that when he was a young child his parents went to > Chicago? for a SKLAR Cousin's Reunion. > Does anyone know if this reunion still occurs? What is the > best/easiest? way to start looking for records in NY? > I would also appreciate any information available if anyone is > researching these family names. > Sandy Newport Ellefson is louis sklar hebrew name was Levi Itzchak Sklar? did he have a son name Eliyau Nachum Sklar? or Meir Shklar? or David Shklar who was my great great grandfather. Thank you, Avi Shklar

    09/01/2016 05:25:04