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Meltzer Family
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City Vilna
Photographer n/a
Description A view of the "picturesque" (German caption) Jewish cemetery: old tombstones shaded by a tree. (Inscribed in Hebrew on low tombstone, 2nd from right) "He is my Father. Rabbi Gaon Mordkhe Meltser."
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Yoram Melcer- Israeli writer
Born in Haifa in 1963

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Two Jewish children from the Meltzer and Kotliar families who were
rescued on the "Aryan" side of Warsaw with the assistance of the
courier Wladka

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Gershon Peres = Itzhak Perski and Sara nee Meltzers' son (Shimon
Peres's Brother) with his grandson; Michael (Uzi's And Bracha's son).
submitted by Gershons' other grandson, Vidi

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Betty Jean Perske, (aka Lauren Bacall) = Gershon's First Cousin,
originally a Perski as well. Submitted by Vidi Peres

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Bracha Peres = Uzi's Wife, with her father in law: Gershon nee
Perski. sumitted by Brachas' son, Vidi.

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A trip to Vishnevo seen; the Peres's (Gershon nee Perski And
Carmela) , The Melzers, and other relatives

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Sara Bat El Sonya Peres = Uzi's And Bracha's Daughter. Named after
Gershon's mother (Sonya "nee Melzer" Perski) with her grandfather,
Gershon.

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Uzi And his father, Gershon Peres. Uziel Shlomo Peres was a writer,
director and producer. His movies: Director: Ani Vehami'ahav Shel
Ishti (1983) aka Love Without Pity Is Cruel ,Ahava Rishonah (1982)
... aka First Love, Ombre d'un jeu, L' (1980) (as Uziel Peres)
Artiste, L' (1979) (as Uziel Peres)
Writer: Ani Vehami'ahav Shel Ishti (1983) (writer) aka Love Without
Pity Is Cruel
Ahava Rishonah (1982) (writer) ... aka First Love
Ombre d'un jeu, L' (1980) (writer) (as Uziel Peres)
Artiste, L' (1979) (writer) (as Uziel Peres)
He was born: 21 February 1950, Switzerland was killed in a plane
crash in 1992, Kathmandu, Nepal ( More info at
http://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D7%A2%D7%95%D7%96%D7%99_%D7%A4%D7%A8%D7%A1
)

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David Gabriel Peres "Vidi" = Uzi's And Bracha's Firstborn, with
his grandfather Gershon.

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David Gabriel Peres "Vidi", with his grandfather Gershon and
grandmother Carmela Peres ( Gershon's Wife)

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Mr. Chemi Peres is a Managing General Partner and Co-Founder of the Pitango Venture Capital partnership. In 1992, he founded the Mofet Israel Technology Fund, an Israeli venture capital fund publicly traded on the TASE (Tel Aviv Stock Exchange), which he managed until 1996, when he co-founded Pitango. He is the son of Shimon Peres

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Dr. Zvia Valdan of Beit Berl,
daughter of Shimon Peres
A linguist and professor at Beit Berl Teachers Training College

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Kaplan Liuba

Liuba Kaplan nee Meltzer was born in Wiszniewo to Tzvi and Rivka. She was married to Aizik. Prior to WWII she lived in Wiszniew, Poland. Liuba perished in 1942 in Wiszniew, Poland at the age of 30. This information is based on a Page of Testimony found in the Pages of Testimony

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Meltzer Mikhael

Mikhael Meltzer was born in Wisznievo in 1919. Prior to WWII he lived in Wisznievo, Poland. Mikhael perished in 1942 in Wisznievo, Poland at the age of 23. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted on 07-Apr-2002 by his nephew

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Kotler Moshe

Moshe Kotler was born in Wiszniew in 1930 to Aharon and Feigel. He was a child. Prior to WWII he lived in Wiszniew, Poland. Moshe perished in 1942 in Wiszniew, Ghetto at the age of 12. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted on 07-Apr-2002 by his cousin

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Eliezer Kotler was born in Wiszniew to Aharon and Feigel nee Meltzer. Prior to WWII he lived in Wiszniew, Poland. Eliezer perished in 1942 in Wiszniew, Poland at the age of 16. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted on 07-Apr-2002 by his cousin

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Albert Meltzer, who has died aged 76, was a torchbearer for the international
anarchist movement. A lifelong trade unionist he fought Mosley's blackshirts; actively
supported the Spanish revolution's anarchist communes and militias and the German anti-Nazi resistance and was a key player in the second world war Cairo mutiny. Postwar he helped rebuild Spain's anti-Franco resistance and the international anarchist movement, founded the Anarchist Black Cross, the subsequent paper Black Flag.and the Kate Sharpley Library. He remained active until his death.Albert's decision, aged 15, to go into revolutionary politics resulted, he claimed,
from boxing lessons. The streetwise but bookish schoolboy attended his first meeting in 1935 - where he defended boxing against Emma Goldman. He became a dynamic participant at meetings.The anarchist-led resistance to the 1936 Franco uprising in Spain boosted British
anarchism. Albert helped organise arms shipments from Hamburg to Spain and acted as a contact for the Spanish anarchist intelligence service.
His early career was as a fairground promoter, theatre hand and occasional film
extra. Later Albert was a secondhand bookseller and finally, a Fleet Street copytaker - for the Daily Telegraph.
While a gentle, generous and gracious soul, his championship of anarchism as a
revolutionary working class movement led to conflict with the neo-liberals who
dominated the movement in the late 1940s. Albert was vehemently opposed to the repackaging of anarchism as a broad church for academia orientated quietists and single-issue pressure groups. It was his championship of the class struggle, coupled with his scepticism about the student led New Left in the 1960s, which earned Albert his reputation for sectarianism.
Paradoxically, as friend and Black Flag cartoonist Phil Ruff points out in his
introduction to Albert's autobiography "I Couldn't Paint Golden Angels", it was the very discovery of class struggle anarchism through the so-called sectarianism of Black Flag that convinced many anarchists of his and subsequent generations to become active. It brought countless young people in many countries into the anarchist movement then and for a further 30 years.
Albert will be fondly remembered by those of us whose lives he touched.
Albert Meltzer, anarchist, born January 7th 1920; died May 7th 1996.
Alberts funeral will be on Fiday May 24th, 12 noon at Lewisham Crematorium.
For further information call 01424-717740 or email asturne@ibm.net

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Pictured; My great grandmother Ita Basha Melcher of Volozhin. She
married Yanya Solladuha/Jakob Lasell/Jacob LaSalle (born March 18,
1867 in Ashmany, Russia) She died between 1898 and 1909 in Minsk.
Pictured here with children: Rose and Samuel.
In 1909 my grandmother Rasche/Rose LaSalle and her brother
Schmul/Samuel Lasalle were accompanied by Nordiech Lipschiz and
brought to Cleveland, Ohio via Baltimore, Maryland via Bremen via
Krosnoje. Sam states on his citizenship papers that he was born 1896
in Volozhin, Russia which isn't far from Minsk. Cindy Glass Peaslee

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Back of picture of my great grandmother Ita Basha Melcher of
Volozhin. She married Yanya Solladuha/Jakob Lasell/Jacob LaSalle (born
March 18, 1867 in Ashmany, Russia) She died between 1898 and 1909 in
Minsk. Pictured here with children: Rose and Samuel.
Cindy Glass Peaslee

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Pictured; My great grandmother Ita Basha Melcher of Volozhin. She
married Yanya Solladuha/Jakob Lasell/Jacob LaSalle (born March 18,
1867 in Ashmany, Russia) She died between 1898 and 1909 in Minsk.
Pictured here with children: Rose and Samuel.
In 1909 my grandmother Rasche/Rose LaSalle and her brother
Schmul/Samuel Lasalle were accompanied by Nordiech Lipschiz and
brought to Cleveland, Ohio via Baltimore, Maryland via Bremen via
Krosnoje. Sam states on his citizenship papers that he was born 1896
in Volozhin, Russia which isn't far from Minsk. Cindy Glass Peaslee

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Back of picture of my great grandmother Ita Basha Melcher of
Volozhin. She married Yanya Solladuha/Jakob Lasell/Jacob LaSalle (born
March 18, 1867 in Ashmany, Russia) She died between 1898 and 1909 in
Minsk. Pictured here with children: Rose and Samuel.
Cindy Glass Peaslee

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Moishe Melcher of Volozhin/Minsk. His daughter Ita Basha Melcher
married Yanya Solladuha/Jakob Lasell/Jacob LaSalle (born March 18,
1867 in Ashmany, Russia) died between 1898 and 1909 in Minsk.
Submitted by the great great granddaughter of Moishe and Mary Melcher;
Cindy Glass Peaslee

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Moishe Melcher with children Samuel and Rose ( he had 6 children).
Samuel states on his citizenship papers that he was born 1896 in
Volozhin.
Submitted by the great great granddaughter of Moishe and Mary Melcher
; Cindy Glass Peaslee

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Ita Basha Melcher (daughter of Moishe Melcher of Volozhin and Mary) was born in Minsk. She married Jacob Saladucha LaSalle.

Children

1. +Samuel (Schaml) Lasalle, b. 05 Sep 1898, Minsk, Russia, d. 02 Sep 1980, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Broward, Florida 33019.
2. +Rose (Rasche) Lasalle, b. 14 Jan 1899, Minsk, Russia, d. 24 Jun 1965, Springfield, Clark,Ohio.

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Amos Melzer ( 1952- 1973)

Melcher

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Rezeila Meltzer perished in the Shoah.

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Moshe Meltzer, the great grandfather of Shimon Peres from his mother's side.

Meltzer Meltzer

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Menashe Melzer and his paternal grandmother Kayla Zalda Levine Melzer Schlossberg, taken 1900-1901.
Submitted by Robin Meltzer.

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Mose Meltzer (third from left) and his brothers Barney, Irving, and David in Syracuse, NY in 1938.

Submitted by Robin Meltzer

   
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Hi,
I am Paula Adelman and my grandfather Morris Meltzer (my mother was
Eunice Meltzer Brill) was born in Moledechna where his father, Yehuda
Leib Metlzer was the Rabbi in the late 1800's to early 1900's.
I have many more pictures and I would be happy to send more if you
would like. The gravestone is taken in the cemetery of Moledechna
which no longer exists (I was recently there looking for it). I have
the whole family history and discovered a lot of my long lost family
due to this website. Thank you so much for compiling this. I have
some recent photos from the museum in Moledechna too.

Take care and look forward to hearing from you.

All the best,
Paula Adelman

 

Family picture Morris Meltzer

Meltzer

Morris Meltzer dedication

Meltzer

Yehuda Leib Meltzer

Meltzer

Yehuda Leib Meltzer

Meltzer

This is Tombstone of Yehuda Leib Meltzer and his brother Shlomo HaCohen Meltzer

Meltzer

Yehuda Leib Meltzer

Meltzer

Yehuda Leib Meltzer

Meltzer

 
 

-- I have hit a dead end with my ancestors in Lithuania. Three Meltzer
brothers immigrated to the United States in the mid-1880's: Samuel James
(b. 1851), Joshua (b. 1864) and Mark Charles (b. 1866, my g-grandfather).
All went on to illustrious careers in the US, so there is ample information
about them, but I have only various names of their parents and some towns
where they lived.

       Records for Samuel and Mark say they were born in Traupis, but other
records say they lived in Panevezys. Although these towns are near each
other, they are in different research districts, so I don't know which I
should choose to invest in - I can't really afford the $200 to join both
research districts. Their father was a rabbi; I have seen both Simon and
Victor for his first name. Their mother's name was, variously, Theresa,
Esther or Taube and one record gives her the surname Kowars. I estimate
about 1825 for their date of birth.

      I have searched the ALD for Meltzer and Kowars in both Traupis and
Panevezys without finding any records for the father and mother. Can anyone
advise me on where to focus my search for records from the mid-19th century?

Liz McCane

I am trying to confirm my family ties to Volozhin.  My ggf, Lazer
Shmuliov Sklut-MELZER (b1871) came to America in 1910.  His passport
referred to him as a Volozhin city dweller.  His brother, Aron MELZER
(b1874) came to America in 1904.  Their father's name was Shmuel
Yakov.  But I cannot seem to find any other information regarding
their marriages or births or existence in Volozhin.  I assume there is
a relation to the Sklut family as well, but I don't really understand
the hyphenated name as shown on his passport.  I would appreciate any
education, recommendations or suggestions that can help me identify
the relationship to the Sklut family or their birth or marriage or
parents records.

Thank you.
Eddie Meltzer, Kansas City

I was so happy to find your site. I have been trying to research the
Meltzer family from Dvinsk as we will be visiting Latvia next summer.
I had researched in 1996 for a family reunion but couldn't get past my
paternal grandparents.

My grandfather was Kadish Meltzer who married Basha Minna Stork(?)
from Courland. They had six surviving children, five sons and one
daughter. My father Albert Samuel, Avrum Tshimon, was born around
1896. They all immigrated at various times around 1910-1915. Some to
New York and some to Rochester N.Y. and some to Cleveland Oh.

If you could help me by telling me how to research or have any
information, I would be deeply appreciative. We are taking grandson
#4 (we have 6) on his Bar Mitzvah journey and it would be wonderful to
share some history with him and the other 5 grandsons!

Carole Meltzer Rock
Crock9175@gmail.com

The Meltzers/ Rogosin/ Gordons of Molodechno and Volozhin
I believe I am related to the family of Alexander Meltzer who was listed in the 1930 Census as living in New Jersey. In 1930 he was listed as being 55 years old and his wife was named Rose, who was listed as being 47 years old. His children were Lawrence (25), Leo (22), Moe (20), Esther (17), Samuel (10) and Sidney (8). Alexander's occupation was listed as a Painter in the census.
I believe Alexander was the brother to my great grandfather, Lewis (Lazer) Schmuliov Sklut-Meltzer (Melzer). Lewis was born in Volozhyn. Lewis's wife was Chia (Ida) Botwinik. Ida was from Rakov. If there is any connection, or other knowledge, please let me know. Surnames: Meltzer, Melzer, Botwinik, Sklut
Author: Edward Meltzer
Alexander Meltzer Age;55 BirthYear;1874 Russia Head White Union City, Hudson, NJ owns his home $ 18,000 married at age 25 came to the country in 1903 Yiddish speaking, painter.
Rose Meltzer Age;47 BirthYear;1882 Wife Union City, Hudson, NJ married at age 17 came from Russia in 1906 Yiddish speaking
Lawrence Meltzer Age;25 BirthYear ;1904 Son Union City, Hudson, NJ born in Russia and came to the country in 1906 Yiddish speaking Plubmer 153-26-1985
(LAWRENCE MELTZER born; 14 Dec 1903 died; Dec 1959 NJ (Before 1951 )
158-07-0086 )
Leo Meltzer Age;22 BirthYear;1907 Son Union City, Hudson, NJ born in New York architect
Moe I Meltzer Age;20 BirthYear;1909 Son Union City, Hudson, NJ Born in New York college student
Esther Meltzer Age;17 BirthYear;1912 Daughter Union City, Hudson, NJ born in New Jersey
Samuel Meltzer Age;10 BirthYear; 1919 Son Union City, Hudson, NJ born in New Jersey
Sidney Meltzer Age;8 BirthYear;1921 Son Union City, Hudson, NJ
born in New Jersey1 Meltzer,Alter Woloschen 1905 11 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
2 Meltzer,Anne Russia, Woloschin 1907 18 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
3 Meltzer,Aron Wolosin 1902 19 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
4 Meltzer,Chane Walozna 1898 10 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
5 Meltzer,Chasie Wolosen 1899 32 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
6 Meltzer,Gittel Walozna 1898 11 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
7 Meltzer,Israel Wolosen 1899 8 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
8 Meltzer,Leke Wolosen 1899 9 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
9 Meltzer,Mine Woloschen 1905 55 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
10 Meltzer,Reise Walozna 1898 45 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
11 Meltzer,Salomon Walosin, Russia 1910 59 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
12 Meltzer,Sarah Walozna 1898 16 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
13 Meltzer,Sarah Woloschen 1905 23 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
14 Meltzer,Shimsen Wolosyn, Russia 1907 40 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
Zire Melzer Wolozh 1903 24 Volozhin
Schmul Melzer Rakew, Russia 1912 18 Rakov
Sosch Melzer Wolozin 1899 19 Volozhin
387. Meische Melzer Wolozsh 1903 2 Volozhin
Mayer Melzer Woloszin 1893 36 Volozhin
Laser Melzer Walosin, Russia 1910 39 Volozhin
Ettel Melzer Woloszyn 1906 18 Volozhin
Ely Melzer Wobszyn, Russia 1913 20 Volozhin
Basche Melzer Waloszne 1904 21 Volozhin
Aron Melzer Wolozin 1904 30 Volozhin
144 Melcer,Judel Wiazyn, Poland 1920 17
139 Melcarsz,Alexander Wojnowo, Russia 1913 29
Melcer,Szymon Wiasyn, Poland 1923 19
Melczer,Smul Lebedwo 1904 20
Melzer,Abraw Krewje 1904 35
Melzer,Abam Wiazin, Russia 1913 22
36 Melzer,Aron Wolozin 1904 30
45 Melzer,Bascha Molodetzno 1898 11
Melzer,Basche Iwje 1905 22 Passenger Record Text Manifest Scanned Manifest Ship Image
48 Melzer,Basche Waloszne 1904 21
Melzer,Chaje Smorgon, Russia 1906 18
135 Melzer,David Krasnoje 1903 2
275 Melzer,Jeiwel Welozin, Russia 1912 19
Melzer,Dreise Kurinitz 1904 1
340 Melzer,Leyke Gorodoh 1903 19
Melzer, Ester F 28y M Russia, Hebrew Kurinitz
0024. Melzer, Dreise F 1y 6m S Russia, Hebrew Kurinitz
Manifest for Grosser Kurfuerst
Sailing from Bremen August 03, 1904 going to husband/ father Baruch ? Melzer in New York
Manifest for Campania
Sailing from Liverpool April 01, 1905;
0018. Meltzer, Mine F 55y W Russia, Hebrew Woloschen going to son in law; Louis Fox, 298 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn with her children;
0019. Meltzer, Sarah F 23y S Russia, Hebrew Woloschen
Meltzer, Alter M 11y S Russia, Hebrew Woloschen
0021. Meltzer, Pesse F 20y S Russia, Hebrew Wilno
0023. Levit, Solomon M 11y S Russia, Hebrew Woloschen
going to father : Jack Levit
Meltzer, Aron

Russian

Wolosin

February 07, 1902

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Patricia

Hamburg, Germany

going to brother; Five Meltzer in New YorkManifest for Oldenburg
Sailing from Bremen March 17, 1898;
0020. Meltzer, Reise F 45y M Russian Walozna
0021. Meltzer, Sarah F 16y S Russian Walozna
0022. Meltzer, Gittel F 11y M Russian Walozna
Meltzer, Chane F 10y S Russian Walozna
going to husband and father in New York.
Klein, Slate F 23y S Russian Wolosen
0026. Klein, Jankel M 15y S Russian Wolosen
0027. Klein, Efroim M 8y S Russian Wolosen
going to father in New York
June 07, 1899 Manifest for Prinz Regent Luitpold
Sailing from Bremen
Meltzer, Chasie F 32y M Russian Wolosen
0019. Meltzer, Leke F 9y S Russian Wolosen
0020. Meltzer, Israel M 8y S Russian Wolosen 0020
going to huband/ father in New York
Meltzer, Shimsen

Russia, Hebrew

Wolosyn, Russia

January 04, 1907

40y

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Main

Bremen, Germany

dealer, going to brother in law; Wolf Do---sky? in Cleveland.
Melzer, Aron going to Union Hills, New Jerseyto brother in law; Ellis Expowitch??

Russian Hebrew

Wolozin

March 11, 1904

30y

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Graf Waldersee

Hamburg, Germany

Biuimosoitz, Benjamin M 32y S Russian Hebrew Wolozin
Melzer, Laser

Russia, Hebrew

Walosin, Russia

July 26, 1910

39y

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M

Noordam

Rotterdam, South Holland, The Netherlands

5'5" blond with blue eyesgoing to brother in law in New York Joseph Golden?
Melzer, Mayer

Russian

Woloszin

July 17, 1893

36y

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Red Sea

Bremen, Germany


Dear Eilat Levitan,

I just sent this. Perhaps you can answer my question about wether I am related to Michael Coriander.

-Kenneth

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To: mcourlander@ussc.gov
Sent: Wednesday, December 24, 2003 3:59 AM
Subject: Bunimowitz relation? Bayonne?

Dear Michael Coriander,

I found your message on the internet:

Bunimowitz
Author: Michael Courlander Date: 1 Feb 2001 9:57 AM GMT Looking for info on Rosa (Rose) Bunimowitz (Bunim or Bunimovitz) who married my ggf, Jacob Meltzer (from Voluzhin) probably in the 1880s. They lived either in NYC or Bayonne, NJ.


Irving Bunim (Shortened from Bunimowitz) was my father's first cousin. His parents were Moses & Minna Bunimowitz. Moses' father was Sh'-mar-yau-hu.

Sh'maryahu's children: Dora -Dabrushka, Moses -Moshe, Yoel, Mordecai Aaron (He changed his last name to Benjamin.)

Dora was married to Chaim B. Bernstein (was Miashnik). (Both came to the US from Volozhin, Belarus, Russia.) They had a bakery in Manhattan, New York (as recorded on the 1910 & 1920 US census).
Dora & Chaim's second child was Ida -Chaya Sau-rau. Ida was married to Dr. Abraham Ossip (from Rokiskis, Lithuania, Russia).

Ida & Abraham Ossip were my grandparents.

I have located the ship manifests for Chaim & Dora, and their children. They came to the US on 3 ships.

I located what probably is the ship manifest for Moses Bunimowitz. On it he is recorded as: Moische Bunimovitz from Wolozin, Russia. His wife in the old country: Mine. Passage was paid by Uncle. He was going to: Uncle J. Meltzer, Bayonne NY 77 W2.

If this ship manifest is for my grandmother's (Ida's) uncle, Moses, then I am wondering if the mentioned Uncle J. Meltzer is the Jacob Meltzer in your message. If yes, then (assuming he wasn't a great uncle) his wife, Rosa, was a sister to Sh'maryahu. And that would make us cousins! Rosa being your great grandmother, and Sh'maryahu being my great great grandfather.

Please let me know if (& how) you can confirm a connection.

Looking forward to your reply,
Kenneth Ossip

PS: I compiled a chart of Sh'maryahu's descendants in 1987. I have copies of the 1920 & 1930 US census records on Moses Bunimowitz, as well as the 1910 & 1920 records on Dora (Bunimowitz) Bernstein.

From: Cindy Potter Taylor <knife-princess@at

This caught my eye as I was searching your web site
6. John Abramson born 1909 died 1992 in Portland, Maine married Ada Meltzer (sons; Irving Joel Abromson and Morton Colp Abromson)

I. Joel Abromson's wife is Linda.  We're VERY close.  Joel died c. 2002.

Whenever I search for the name Saretsky/Zaretsky.........you turn up!

I have a copy of my great grandfather's Russian passport.  I have the
number, 2512.  He received a stamp to leave abroad in June 1910.  I
want to use this information and other information in his passport to
find out more about him and where he might be from and the rest of my
Meltzer relations.  His name is Laser Shmuliov Sklut-MELTZER and the
passport says he is a Volozhin city dweller.  His passport gives the
names of his wife and children and their birth dates.

The citations are from the "records about Jews born in Vilno City" and
there is also language stating that "This certificate is issued for
including into the family directory of Vilno City, March 22nd, 1906
and there is an official Rabbi of Vilno City's signature.  I would
appreciate any help whatsoever pointing me in the right direction to
obtain more information and or someone experienced enough to help me
find more information.

Thank you.

Edward Meltzer

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Eilat Gordin Levitan

 
 
Meltzer in Ellis Island;
Abraham Meltzer Kovno 1900 26
. Abraham Meltzer Krasno 1905 45 Krasna
. Abraham Meltzer Kovno 1905 32
Abram Meltzer Horodyce, Russia 1912 15
14. Abram Meltzer Kamenetz, Russia 1914
Alter Meltzer Woloschen 1905 11 Volozhin
Aron Meltzer Wolosin 1902 19 Volozhin
Basche Meltzer Slobodka 1900 17
Baselie Meltzer Rakow, Russia 1909 23 Rakov
49. Basia Meltzer Horodenko 1902 14
50. Basse Meltzer 1913 47
51. Beatrice Meltzer 1922 23
52. Beile Meltzer Radiskewitz 1893 3 Radoshkovichi
53. Beile Meltzer Grusgyer, Russia 1912 8
54. Benjamin Meltzer Minsk, Russia 1913 17 Minsk
55. Benno Meltzer Sz...sowo, Russia 1910 7
57. Boruch Meltzer Kurenitz, Russia 1912 4 Kurenitz
58. Bune Meltzer Grosowo, Russia 1911 4
70. Chaje Meltzer Minsk 1902 30 Minsk
71. Chaje Meltzer Oskol 1904 24
72. Chakja Meltzer Kupiel, Poland 1921 10
73. Chalka Meltzer Polanetz, Russia 1911 19
74. Chane Meltzer Walozna 1898 10 Volozhin
75. Chane Meltzer Hosodanka 1901 18
87. Chasie Meltzer Wolosen 1899 32 Volozhin
88. Chawe Meltzer Radom, Russia 1912 18
89. Chiene Meltzer Kordanow 1902 16
93. Cirel Meltzer Kiriowitz, Russie 1911 19 Krivichi
95. Cirl Meltzer Krewitz, Russia 1911 19 Krivichi
112. Dwasc Meltzer Grosowo, Russia 1911 27
113. Dwoire Riwe Meltzer Minsk, Russia 1914 22 Minsk
114. Efe Meltzer Kurenitz, Russia 1912 40 Kurenitz
115. Efroim Meltzer Minsk 1906 3 Minsk
128. Enoch Meltzer Wilkvinz, Russia
1913 17 131. Ester Meltzer Kurewetz 1903 19 Kurenitz
132. Ester Meltzer Neschwis, Russia 1908 17
134. Etke Meltzer Haradicze, Russia 1912 16
141. Feiwel Meltzer Horodicze, Russia 1912 17
142. Fiewel Meltzer Radeszh... 1902 18 Radoshkovichi
143. Fischel Meltzer Trvestuy, Russia 1907 15
144. Fiwel Meltzer Unter Stavesti 1902 16
145. Flate Meltzer Kurenitz, Russia 1912 16 Kurenitz
58. Fsroel Meltzer Grodno 1904 2
159. Ftze Meltzer Grodno 1904 6
162. Gittel Meltzer Walozna 1898 11 Volozhin
163. Gittel Meltzer Meladeozud 1903 11
169. Grmue Meltzer Krosno, Russia 1910 24 Krasna
77. Heinre Meltzer Wilna, Russia 1908 47 Vilna
187. Hinde Meltzer Czernonoitz 1906 50
196. Isaak Meltzer Minsk 1900 27 Minsk
198. Ishie Meltzer Grodno, Russia 1905 23
199. Israel Meltzer 1896 13
200. Israel Meltzer Wolosen 1899 8 Volozhin
201. Israel Meltzer Minsk 1906 3 Minsk
Josef Meltzer Wilna, Russia 1908 8 Vilna
Kapel Meltzer Kurwitz, Russia 1912 25 Krivichi
232. Kesziel Meltzer Kuruic, Russia 1908 36
233. Ketzel Meltzer Dwinsk, Russia 1912 17
240. Leie Meltzer Kurenitz 1901 6 Kurenitz
242. Leike Meltzer Ekatorinoslaw 1910 9
243. Leiser Meltzer 1894 9
244. Leizer Meltzer Ekatorinoslaw 1910 7
245. Leke Meltzer Wolosen 1899 9 260. Volozhin
Maier Meltzer Horodenko 1902 9
261. Mandel Meltzer Os...jany 1903 28 279.Oshmany?
Mates Meltzer Minsk 1906 50 Minsk
280. Mechel Meltzer Raska Moldowicz 1902 6
Mine Meltzer Woloschen 1905 55 Volozhin
287. Mirel Meltzer Ekatorinoslaw 1910 29
288. Mirke Meltzer Dichteri, Russia 1911 25
289. Moische Meltzer Babrusk, Russia 1912 19
302. Nassen Meltzer Kurenitz, Russia 1912 7 Kurenitz
308. Oscar Meltzer Mensk, Russia 1912 38 Minsk
311. Oscher Meltzer Molodeczne, Russia 1907 17 Molodechno
313. Pal Meltzer Horodenka 1903 6
321. Peretz Meltzer Awriletz 1903 25
322. Perl Meltzer Kurenitz, Russia 1912 9 Kurenitz
324.
Peselic Meltzer Krewe, Russia 1906 15 Kerve
335. Rachel Meltzer Smargoz 1902 17
339. Raicha Meltzer Swir, Russia 1910 69 Svir
340. Raisic Meltzer Horodenka 1900 20
345. Reise Meltzer Walozna 1898 45 Volozhin
346. Reisel Meltzer Jekatezmaslaw 1906 22
348. Reize Meltzer Waloral 1903 50
349. Riwe Meltzer Ekatorinoslaw 1910 2
350. Riwke Meltzer Minsk 1906 25 Minsk
351. Riwlle Meltzer Wurschiza, Russia 1907 21
352. Riwre Meltzer Kurenetz, Russia 1907 17 Kurenitz
354. Roche Meltzer Smorgon 1899 18 Smorgon
355. Rochel Meltzer Wolboroisk, Russia 1909 25
356. Rochel Meltzer Radom, Russia 1913 9
358. Rode Meltzer Nalibok, Wilna 1905 22
362. Rosa Meltzer Minsk 1904 22 Minsk
363. Rosa Meltzer Odessa 1906 11
364. Rosa Meltzer Minsk, Russia 1912 27 Minsk
365. Rose Meltzer Ekaterinoslow 1904 29
366. Rose Meltzer Grusnyer, Russia 1912 9
367. Rove Meltzer Smorgon 1899 11 Smorgon
368. Roza Meltzer Grodno 1904 28
369. Ruchel Meltzer Raska Moldowicz 1902 2
370. Ruchel Meltzer Grosowo, Russia 1911 3
371. Ruwlu Meltzer Wilna, Russia 1908 10 Vilna
372. Rywka Meltzer Buchewicze, Russia 1922 27
373. Sadre Meltzer 1912 3
374. Salomon Meltzer Lomza 1904 23 Lomza
375. Salomon Meltzer Walosin, Russia 1910 59 Volozhin
379. Sara Meltzer Horodenka 1903 3
380. Sara Meltzer 1912 44
381. Sarah Meltzer Walozna 1898 16 Volozhin
382. Sarah Meltzer Woloschen 1905 23 Volozhin
383. Sara Perl Meltzer Radom, Russia 1913 45
384. Scheine Meltzer Kowno 1904 24
385. Schimen Meltzer Slobin, Russia 1910 21
386. Schlama Meltzer Kipil, Poland 1921 23
387. Schleime Meltzer Tukum, Russia 1909 40
388. Schloma Meltzer Nalibok, Wilna 1905 4
391. Schoel Meltzer Wilmo 1906 18 Vilna
392. Selde Meltzer Minsk, Russia 1913 50 Minsk
393. Selig Meltzer Minsk 1903 38 Minsk
398. Shimsen Meltzer Wolosyn, Russia 1907 40 Volozhin
401. Sime Meltzer Radiskewitz 1893 44 Radishkovichi
406. Spinrel Meltzer Wilna, Russia 1908 15 Vilna
414. Teibe Meltzer Kurenitz, Russia 1912 18 Kurenitz
422. Wowke Meltzer Grodno 1904 4
423. Wowke Meltzer Ekaterinoslow 1904 4
424. Yossel Meltzer Grusnyer, Russia 1912 6
428. ... Meltzer Gurinetz, Russia 1907 55 Kurenitz
Berl Melczer Minsk 1901 21 Minsk
Elke Melczer Lebedwo 1904 20 Lebedove
Smul Melczer Lebedwo 1904 20 Lebedove
Abam Melzer Wiazin, Russia 1913 22 Viazyn
Abram Melzer Lida, Russia 1913 11 Lida
8. Abraw Melzer Krewje 1904 35 Kerwe
Aron Melzer Wolozin 1904 30 Volozhin
Baiuch Melzer Wilna 1902 25 Vilna
Bascha Melzer Molodetzno 1898 11 Molodechno
45. Basche Melzer Waloszne 1904 21 Volozhin
46. Basche Melzer Iwje 1905 22 Ivye
Basche Melzer Suwalki 1906 40
Belle Melzer Minsk 1903 46 Minsk
Boselie Melzer Kriwiz 1906 17 Krivichi
99. Chaim Melzer Minsk 1905 21 Minsk
101. Chaim Melzer Russia, Digmisony 1911 21
102. Chaim Melzer Lida, Russia 1913 10 Lida
103. Chaim H. Melzer Orodenka, Poland 1920 14
104. Chain Melzer 1892 28
105. Chaja Melzer Homel, Russia 1910 42Gomel
106. Chaje Melzer Minsk 1892 5 Minsk
107. Chaje Melzer Smorgon, Russia 1906 18 Smorgon
108. Chaje Melzer Bobruisk, Russia 1907 20
109. Chaje/Schonblett Melzer Kowel, Russia 1913 27
110. Chane Melzer Kowno 1897 28 Kovno

120. Cleaue Melzer Wilina, Russia 1908 46 Vilna
128.
David Melzer Krasnoje 1903 26 Krasna
129. David Melzer Minsk 1906 3 Minsk
153. Ely Melzer Wobszyn, Russia 1913 20 Volozhin
162. Essel Melzer Wilna 1897 9 Vilna
164. Ester Melzer Wilna 1899 18 Vilna
165. Ester Melzer Kurinitz 1904 28 Kurenitz
68. Esther Melzer Minsk 1903 7 Minsk
169. Esther Melzer Russia 1904
170. Ette Melzer Kurenitz, Wilna 1907 53 Kurenitz
171. Ettel Melzer Woloszyn 1906 18 Volozhin
86. Freide Melzer Minsk 1892 6 Minsk
187. Freide Melzer Krasnopole 1907 16 Krasna?
203. Girsch Melzer Minsk, Russia 1910 17 Minsk
204. Gissel Melzer 1897 37
205. Gitel Melzer Wilina, Russia 1908 16 Vilna
206. Gitel Melzer Kupel, Poland 1920 48
203. Girsch Melzer Minsk, Russia 1910 17 Minsk
204. Gissel Melzer 1897 37
205. Gitel Melzer Wilina, Russia 1908 16 Vilna
206. Gitel Melzer Kupel, Poland 1920 48 209. Gizella Melzer Potsbowo 1897 26 Postav
210. Golde Melzer Minsk 1905 18 Minsk
Hersch Melzer Minsk, Russia 1914 23 Minsk
240. Herz Melzer Minsk 1897 15 Minsk
247. Irael Melzer Smorgon, Russia 1906 24 Smorgon
252. Israel Melzer Kurswitz 1906 17 Kurenitz?
260. Itzok Melzer Minsk 1905 18 Minsk
261. Jachne Melzer Minsk 1906 28 Minsk
274. Jeiwel Melzer Welozin, Russia 1912 19 Volozhin
275. Jente Melzer Smorgon, Russia 1906 22 Smorgon
Kune Melzer Minsk 1897 19 Minsk
Laser Melzer Walosin, Russia 1910 39 Volozhin
Leibe Melzer Minsk, Russia 1913 27 Minsk
327. Leice Melzer Horadeullo 1905 7
328. Leie Melzer Minsk 1892 20 Minsk
Live Melzer Minsk, Russia 1905 0 Minsk
355. Malke Melzer Kopil 1904 19
356. Malke Melzer Suwalki 1906 18
357. Malte Melzer Orodenka, Poland 1920 20
379. Mayer Melzer Woloszin 1893 36 Volozhin
385. Meier Melzer Kurenith 1904 18 Kurenitz
386. Meische Melzer Tobolsk 1892 9
387. Meische Melzer Wolozsh 1903 2 Volozhin
Merlac Melzer Wilna, 1904 20 Vilna
412. Moische Melzer Radeskowitz 1901 24 Radoshkovichi
413. Moische Melzer Lahoish 1902 25
414. Moische Melzer Mizisk 1906 21
415. Moische Melzer Minsk, Russia 1913 26 Minsk
416. Moishe Melzer Wilna 1905 28 Vilna
430. Mowshe Melzer Bobruisk, Russia 1907 33
431. Nachme Melzer Orodenka, Poland 1920 17
Nassew Melzer Smorgon 1906 5 Smorgon
Nechame Melzer Smorgon 1906 38 Smorgon
Nossen Melzer Krasne 1903 21 Krasna
446. Notte Melzer Minsk, Russia 1906 3
Paje Melzer Minsk, Russia 1906 25 Minsk
Peso Tinka Melzer Kupel, Russia 1911 17

Rachel Melzer Wilna 1897 8 Vilna
Riwke Melzer Minsk 1892 38 Minsk
533.. Rochel Melzer Lida, Russia 1913 34 Lida
589. Slate Melzer Minsk 1907 19 Minsk
594. Sore Melzer Molodetzno 1898 18 Molodechno
595. Sore Melzer Minsk, Russia 1905 20 Minsk
533.553. Samuel Melzer Potsbowo 1897 4 Postev
554. Samuel Melzer Nowozrudok 1904 23 Novogrodok
564. Scheine Melzer Smorgon 1906 12 Smorgon
597. Sosch Melzer Wolozin 1899 19 Volozhin
598. Springa Melzer Kupel, Poland 1920 28

Srof Melzer Smorgon 1906 25 Smorgon
565. Schepsel Melzer 1896
566. Schewel Melzer Wilna, Russia 1907 17 Vilna
568. Schimke Melzer Kurenitz, Wilna 1907 7 Kurenitz
569. Schimki Melzer Kuremitz, Russia 1907 17 Kurenitz
570. Schleime Melzer Balbioschok 1904 26
571. Schlemre Melzer Minsk 1904 30 Minsk
572. Schloime Melzer Kowno, Russia 1910 20 Kovno
573. Schlome Melzer Shavlo 1901 8
574. Schmilo Melzer Minsk 1906 7 Minsk
575. Schmuel Melzer 1896 36
576. Schmul Melzer Snwalk 1904 37
577. Schmul Melzer Rakew, Russia 1912 18 Rakov
578. Scholem Melzer 1902 11
579. Scholom Melzer Kurenitz, Wilna 1907 11 Kurenitz

610. Tama Melzer Lida, Russia 1913 4 Lida
611. Tankel Melzer Lida, Russia 1913 8 Lida
614. Teite Melzer Wilna 1901 35 Vilna
615. Teme Melzer Minsk, Russia 1906 27 Minsk
616. Theodor Melzer
629. Wolf Melzer Minsk 1892 7 Minsk
630. Wolf Melzer Kuremitz, Russia 1907 50
631. Wulf Melzer 1894 23
632. Yankel Melzer Wilna 1907 13 Vilna
636. Zire Melzer Wolozh 1903 24 Volozhin