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Researching my Grandmother, Marie Goldt, b. 21 Dec 1883.
Such studies have found that the effects of maternal / paternal grandmothers on grandsons / granddaughters may vary based on degree of genetic relatedness, with paternal grandmothers having positive effects on granddaughters but detrimental effects on grandsons, and paternity uncertainty may be less important than chromosome inheritance.
Such historical studies are, however, unable to quantify grandmotherly assistance; they are merely correlations between infant mortality and the existence of a grandparent.
My great-grandmother Sarah Alpern and her children. One of the children is holding a picture of their father Samuel who may have gone to America ahead of them, or maybe Sarah and the children went first, but that seems less likely. My grandfather Hymen (Chaim?) Alpern is the older boy, he was born in Bialystok in 1895, died in New York in 1967.
Mary Alpern, PhD, MLIS
Reference and Instruction Librarian
University of South Carolina Beaufort
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First, I finally found the ship manifest showing my great-great-grandmother Hode GORDON and her daughter Rochel GORDON arriving in New York in December 1907, sailing from Liverpool. They are going to Hode's son "Solomon GORDON", who paid for the voyage. The destination address given is identical to that seen on my great-uncle Nathan Aaron GORDON's 1909 birth certificate. I am confident that "Solomon" is identical with Nathan's father, my great-grandfather Jacob GORDON, whose original name (as attested on his tombstone) was Schneier Zelman ben Nachum Aron. Presumably his family originally called him Zelman, and Solomon was their anglicization of that. The 1909 birth certificate lists him as "Jake", the name he eventually settled on to use in America.
My ggrandfather was referred to by the family as H'rav Dovid of VITZER. My
grandfather Meier Leibe
LIFSHITS [LIPSIC] who was a student at the Yeshiva, married one of Rav
Dovid's daughters PAJE SUDANSKY.
My grandmother was born +/- 1865. I don't know when or where they got
married, but I have found an entry
for taxpayers in Dusetos dated 1889 listing my grandfather, after that no
mention of the family at all.
My grandmother had a sister NACHAMA who married a Mr. RACHELSON and made
aliyah at the beginning of
the 1900's. There was also a brother HIRSCHEL who also made aliyah in the
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Message: Dear Friends,
My family came from Rechke, a small hamlet near Kurenits. My father was a"h
Chaim Meir Chodosz and my mother Libe Shifrah Alperovicz Chodosz. My father
became a Partisan under Mironovich's brigade and saved many lives. He led many
missions. My father owned a water mill in Malishke. My paternal grandmother a"h
was Libe Gordin Chodosz and my grandfather Dr. Chevel Chodosz. My great
grandfather Mordechai Chodosz was a Dr. who also had semicha. He founded
Borisov hospital. Mordechai had three brothers and a sister, Velvel,Yitzchok,
and sister Chana. My maternal grandfather was Rabbi Yehuda Chaim Alperovicz and
my grandmother was Pessia Chana Ginzburg Alperovicz. They had six daughters and
a son. Tzirke,Zlate,Ite, Sarah, Frade and Libe (my mother)and their son Yoseph.
They married into the following families Kashdan,Rubin,Kabilnik,etc.
Is there anyone out there who knew my family. The Chodosz family was very well
known in the region. A relative in the Chodosz family was one of the rabbis
in the Vilna shul. Please respond to this e-mail. A lot of the names you have
listed in your site are familiar. My parents knew a Chana Svirski, Rubin and
Esther Livitan, my grandmother was a Gordin etc.
Wishing you a wonderful New Year, a year of Peace, Good Health, Joy and Nachas
and Prosperity. Our steps are resounding. Sincerely, Judy Goldman
Message: I found my grandmother's name, Reiza Dorfan, on your 1897 census list
for Vashki. It states she was aged 10 & it also includes her siblings &
parents. She married my late grandfather, Avram(Avraham) Klitzner & both my
late father & his sister were born in Lithuania before they all emigrated to
South Africa. My father, Hymie, was supposedly born in 1922 (but I'm not 100%
sure if that is accurate). Sonia, his sister, was younger. I was under the
impression that the Klitzner family were also form this area. I do know of
Klitsner relatives in the United States/Israel who we've made contact with &
are related to, that were from Pazevezys (Ponevez) which is not too far away in
distance. I'll try find out more info if possible. Perhaps you are also able to
assist or have any suggestions in this regard. Wishing you all the best, Brian
Klitzner (now live in London, UK
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Subject: Axelrod and Betwinik
I was very excited to find your site. My grandmother's maiden name was
Axelrod/Axelroad. I have evidence that her grandfather Victor/Vigtor
Axelrod/Axelrood and grandmother Dubbie/Doba Betwinik lived in Minsk. Her
father Morris was born in Vilnius in 1872/4, and he had 8 siblings: Nathan,
Hyman, Charlie, Israel, George, Sam, Rachel and Ann. Morris immigrated to
the US in 1888, and I know that Israel was here as early as 1904.
Grandmother hypothesis - Positive Pilates
This exquisite huge folio volume provides an introduction to Jewish history and culture starting with antiquity and leading methodically to the rise of Lithuanian Jewry some seven centuries ago. It covers the traditional rabbinic culture of Ashkenazic Jewry, the specifically Lithuanian rabbinic and kabbalistic (mystical) traditions, and the Hasidic-Misnagdic conflict. It carries on to cover the various modernistic 19th and 20th century movements, including Yiddishism, Hebraism, Zionism, Socializm, and Jewish Art. Sections are also devoted to the life of the Litvaks in the interwar republics, in emigration centres in America and Israel, and around the world today, including the post-Holocaust remnant of survivors in Eastern Europe. Professor Katz has spent a decade and a half leading expeditions to discover and record these survivors. For the first time, a book on Lithuanian Jewry appears with equal emphasis on religious and secular Jewish life. The chapter on Lithuanian Jewry's most famous scholar, the Gaon of Vilna (1720-1797) contains a complete translation of the never-before translated biography of the Gaon penned by his two sons shortly after his death. It is in many ways astounding, and its more unusual aspects are usually left unmentioned in works on the Gaon. There are also translations of various other never-before-translated excerpts from vital works in the field in Hebrew, Aramaic and Yiddish.
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I saw you r websites... Thanks a million...My g g g grandmother was Rachel Zimmerman Augustowsky, She was born in or near Bailystok
... Have you
seen this name or can connect me? ....
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My name is Rachel, and I am doing research on my Grandmothers side of
the family. Her mother was a Mollie Botwinik(maiden name) and her
parents were Zev and Yessel(Yael) Botwinik. We know they had six
girls including Mollie, Dina, Nechama, Soshana, Leah and Golda/Zehava.
The family we think is from Poland. We know nothing about Zev's
siblings or parents. Do any of these names look familiar to you?
Thanks for any help you could possibly give me.
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