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Re: Test

Schatten, Gerald P
 

Im here! Jerry be well

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Just testing - no reply necessary
Jerome





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Test

Jerome Schatten
 

Just testing - no reply necessary
Jerome


Re: Feuerstein Family

JK
 

There are Feuersteins in Israel that descend from Pidhajce...sadly I cannot find the email

On Thursday, February 11, 2021, 03:34:58 PM GMT+1, Yenta Laureate <ejswoo@...> wrote:


Seth,

I know some of your family since my great aunt by marriage was Rose Feuerstein.

Please find me offline from this forum.

Stay well,

On Wed, Feb 10, 2021, 23:33 Seth FeuersteinRudin <sethfr624@...> wrote:
Hi,

I am just starting out my journey of tracking down any and all information about my ancestors. The Family name is Feuerstein. I know they were cousins with bechner the Rabbi in the town. Any help would be most appreciated.


Re: Feuerstein Family

Yenta Laureate
 

Seth,

I know some of your family since my great aunt by marriage was Rose Feuerstein.

Please find me offline from this forum.

Stay well,


On Wed, Feb 10, 2021, 23:33 Seth FeuersteinRudin <sethfr624@...> wrote:
Hi,

I am just starting out my journey of tracking down any and all information about my ancestors. The Family name is Feuerstein. I know they were cousins with bechner the Rabbi in the town. Any help would be most appreciated.


Feuerstein Family

Seth FeuersteinRudin
 

Hi,

I am just starting out my journey of tracking down any and all information about my ancestors. The Family name is Feuerstein. I know they were cousins with bechner the Rabbi in the town. Any help would be most appreciated.


Re: Can someone translate this from German script?

Deb Pestronk
 

Jeff :

I too have many such documents. The best source for this appears to be professional referrals thru the Yiddush Book Center. 
My cousin, raised in Germany( from survivor parents) wasn't able to decipher the documents unfortunately.

Best of luck.

deb Pestronk


-----Original Message-----
From: JK via groups.io <jeffckellner@...>
To: podhajce@groups.io <podhajce@groups.io>
Sent: Mon, Oct 26, 2020 11:51 am
Subject: [podhajce-io] Can someone translate this from German script?

Hello fellow Podhajcers,

I have a letter written by a Podhajcer in 1939, just prior to the Soviet invasion.

It was my grandma’s sister, the Citron/Citrin/Zitron/Zitrin family. She and her sister and their extended families did not make it thru the war.

It is written in an older “script form” of German. I speak German but cannot make out the letters or words.

The letter might shed some light on the situation there:


Thanks,
Jeff Kellner


Can someone translate this from German script?

JK
 

Hello fellow Podhajcers,

I have a letter written by a Podhajcer in 1939, just prior to the Soviet invasion.

It was my grandma’s sister, the Citron/Citrin/Zitron/Zitrin family. She and her sister and their extended families did not make it thru the war.

It is written in an older “script form” of German. I speak German but cannot make out the letters or words.

The letter might shed some light on the situation there:


Thanks,
Jeff Kellner


Re: Podhajce Occupations

Cynthia Singer
 

Thanks again Jean


On Oct 25, 2020, at 3:57 PM, Jean Rosenbaum <jrosenbaum1417@...> wrote:


Here is a link to a list of people in Podhajce and their occupations: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ti6gDmRCTeOGih_QW0jjIM_LxKZ2vJJd/view?usp=sharing. The Podhajce section begins on the second page of the document and continues onto the third page. To see better, you may need to put your mouse over the document and click the "plus" (+) button at the bottom of the page in order to zoom in. 

Jean


Podhajce Occupations

Jean Rosenbaum
 

Here is a link to a list of people in Podhajce and their occupations: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ti6gDmRCTeOGih_QW0jjIM_LxKZ2vJJd/view?usp=sharing. The Podhajce section begins on the second page of the document and continues onto the third page. To see better, you may need to put your mouse over the document and click the "plus" (+) button at the bottom of the page in order to zoom in. 

Jean


Podhacje Tombstones UPDATED

Jean Rosenbaum
 

I added a few more photos to the folder with the Podhacje tombstones: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1eBBDg9KHbzsm2ZB2tqLguB6Y1UMGDKGl?usp=sharing. They show a larger view of the cemetery.

In order to make the photos bigger on your screen, double left click with your mouse on each individual photo. If you have any problems, I can try to help.

Jean


Key to the Podhacje Tombstones

Jean Rosenbaum
 

Here is a key to all the tombstones in the Podhacje Cemetery: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1N0E5OZsv43BSWy7QxgWs546LJhON4VJG/view?usp=sharing. In order to see the text clearly, you may need to click the "plus" button to zoom in.

Also attached are translations of tombstones that were in Polish or Ukranian.

Jean


Re: Podhajce Research

Deb Pestronk
 

Good morning :

Lillenfeld was a name also. Chaim Schatten, a son of Jona Schatten, b. 1864, married a Sissel Lillenfeld ,
Schatten was the name of my maternal great grandmother, Breine Schatten.

deb pestronk 


-----Original Message-----
From: JK via groups.io <jeffckellner@...>
To: podhajce@groups.io
Sent: Fri, Oct 16, 2020 7:07 am
Subject: Re: [podhajce-io] Podhajce Research

Joe was your familys name shortened from Lilienthal? I understand this latter name was prominent In Podhajce Jewry.

On Wednesday, October 14, 2020, 09:05:52 PM GMT+2, Joe Lillian via groups.io <joelillian@...> wrote:


I am also interested. Thank you very much.

Joe Lillian


Podhajce Cemetery Photos

Jean Rosenbaum
 


Podhajce Document

Jean Rosenbaum
 

Obviously this is in Hebrew, but if someone could translate it and send it to the group that would be great.

Jean Rosenbaum


Re: Podhajce Research

Magda Bogin
 

Many many thanks!
Wishing your grand-daughter another negative test and you all health and long life on your birthday.
We are all so grateful to you for sharing these priceless records.


Magda Bogin
Director
Under the Volcano

Coronavirus makes clear what has been true all along. Your health is as safe as that of the worst-insured, worst-cared-for person in your society. It will be decided by the height of the floor, not the ceiling.              

--Anand Giridharadas



On Oct 19, 2020, at 11:58 AM, Jean Rosenbaum <jrosenbaum1417@...> wrote:

Dear Fellow Researchers,

Well, interest in Podhajce genealogy is certainly alive and well.  I received answers from many of you to my previous email.  It was good to see so many familiar names, even though I have not actually met you.

I have attached 2 files which might be of interest.

I was not able to send the 1902 Podhajce Birth Registry because when I looked at it, it is copyrighted by Jewish Records Indexing-Poland.  You will have to go through them to get it.

My computer skills are limited, but a granddaughter is going to help.  However, I live in a retirement home, and in order to come to my apartment, she must show a current negative Covid test result.  Her previous one has expired so  she'ls going to be retested this morning, but it will take several days for the result.  What a crazy world we live it.

Jean
<Podhajce and Galicia Business Directory 1891.pdf><Podhajce Occupations.pdf>


Re: Podhajce Research

Cynthia Singer
 

Thank you also, Jean. Sending you birthday wishes too. 
Zei Gezundt,
Cindy Singer

On Oct 19, 2020, at 12:04 PM, Deb Pestronk via groups.io <mikypest@...> wrote:


Jean :

You are the best.

Thank you for all of your efforts.

deb Pestronk


-----Original Message-----
From: Jean Rosenbaum <jrosenbaum1417@...>
To: podhajce@groups.io
Sent: Mon, Oct 19, 2020 11:58 am
Subject: [podhajce-io] Podhajce Research

Dear Fellow Researchers,

Well, interest in Podhajce genealogy is certainly alive and well.  I received answers from many of you to my previous email.  It was good to see so many familiar names, even though I have not actually met you.

I have attached 2 files which might be of interest.

I was not able to send the 1902 Podhajce Birth Registry because when I looked at it, it is copyrighted by Jewish Records Indexing-Poland.  You will have to go through them to get it.

My computer skills are limited, but a granddaughter is going to help.  However, I live in a retirement home, and in order to come to my apartment, she must show a current negative Covid test result.  Her previous one has expired so  she'ls going to be retested this morning, but it will take several days for the result.  What a crazy world we live it.

Jean


Re: Podhajce Research

Deb Pestronk
 

Jean :

You are the best.

Thank you for all of your efforts.

deb Pestronk


-----Original Message-----
From: Jean Rosenbaum <jrosenbaum1417@...>
To: podhajce@groups.io
Sent: Mon, Oct 19, 2020 11:58 am
Subject: [podhajce-io] Podhajce Research

Dear Fellow Researchers,

Well, interest in Podhajce genealogy is certainly alive and well.  I received answers from many of you to my previous email.  It was good to see so many familiar names, even though I have not actually met you.

I have attached 2 files which might be of interest.

I was not able to send the 1902 Podhajce Birth Registry because when I looked at it, it is copyrighted by Jewish Records Indexing-Poland.  You will have to go through them to get it.

My computer skills are limited, but a granddaughter is going to help.  However, I live in a retirement home, and in order to come to my apartment, she must show a current negative Covid test result.  Her previous one has expired so  she'ls going to be retested this morning, but it will take several days for the result.  What a crazy world we live it.

Jean


Podhajce Research

Jean Rosenbaum
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,

Well, interest in Podhajce genealogy is certainly alive and well.  I received answers from many of you to my previous email.  It was good to see so many familiar names, even though I have not actually met you.

I have attached 2 files which might be of interest.

I was not able to send the 1902 Podhajce Birth Registry because when I looked at it, it is copyrighted by Jewish Records Indexing-Poland.  You will have to go through them to get it.

My computer skills are limited, but a granddaughter is going to help.  However, I live in a retirement home, and in order to come to my apartment, she must show a current negative Covid test result.  Her previous one has expired so  she'ls going to be retested this morning, but it will take several days for the result.  What a crazy world we live it.

Jean


Re: Podhajce Research

JK
 

Joe was your familys name shortened from Lilienthal? I understand this latter name was prominent In Podhajce Jewry.

On Wednesday, October 14, 2020, 09:05:52 PM GMT+2, Joe Lillian via groups.io <joelillian@...> wrote:


I am also interested. Thank you very much.

Joe Lillian


Re: Podhajce Research

JK
 

Eric, where did you get your Austrian military records?

I live near the Austrian War Archive in Vienna and they lack data of conscripted soldiers from the former non-Austrian territories (eg Galicia). My grandpas data to be exact.

Podhajce data was returned to the new countries created after WW1. 

Galician data went to Poland...but might have stored in Polish Lviv (which was then given to the Ukrainian SSR after WW2).

I cannot find Podhajce military records from an earlier period, early 1890s. Has anyone ever found these older records? In Lviv? Warsaw?

Any advice appreciated.

Jeff
Vienna


On Monday, October 12, 2020, 04:26:24 PM GMT+2, E Feinstein via groups.io <ericfeinstein@...> wrote:


Is this him

Last Name    Schrager recte Walfisch
First Name    Markus Oser
Nobility    
Degree    
Rank    Reserveinfanterist
Unit    IR. Nr. 80
Sub-Unit    11. Komp.
Homeland    
District    
Location    
Year of Birth    
wounded/dead/imprisoned    verwundet
Date of Death    
Message    
List    88
Addition/Correction    
Date of List    19141230
Page    28
O/EF/M    M






On Monday, October 12, 2020, 10:20:06 AM EDT, Cynthia Singer via groups.io <cls316=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:





Hi Eric,
My grandfather, Mendel Walfish, was a Jewish soldier in WW1 from Podhajce. I have been told that he was a POW in Siberia for a time however he returned to Galicia. Do you have any information about him, or about POW's from that area of Galicia.
Many thanks,
All the best,
Cynthia Singer

On Oct 12, 2020, at 9:58 AM, E Feinstein via groups.io <ericfeinstein=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
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> I actually have a list of seven Jewish soldiers who were buried in the Podahjce Jewish cemetery during the 1915-1916 campaigns however from their places of birth, they are all Hungarians (this includes present day Slovakia)  and not Jewish soldiers born in Galicia.
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> All the best
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