RE: CZERNOWITZ-L digest 121

From: mickey rostoker <>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 20:33:42 +0000

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I saw at least one Ellbogen in the Suceava graveyard today ....... photo taken ....... will keep my eyes open.


Mickey Rostoker , MD 4661- A , Rae Street Regina, S4S 6K6 Saskatchewan , Canada 306-352-9963 (W) 306-522-0818 (Fax) ----Original Message Follows---- From: "shel" Reply-To: To: "'Czernowitz Genealogy and History'" Subject: RE: CZERNOWITZ-L digest 121 Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 07:50:03 -0700 We have an Ellbogen (from Wiznitz) in our Brucker family tree (in Radauti) and records (thanks to Bruce Reisch) for the following: Itzig Brucker (b. 1825) died after 1885? m. 1877 Sossie Ellbogen (b. 1831) Benjamin Dinze Ellbogen from Wiznitz Itzig and Sossie had a number of children of which we have records of. The Brucker family primarily lived and were born in Radautz, Bukovina, now Radauti, Romania. We have seen other references to Ellbogen's, but have found no connection to Sossie or her Parents. Shel Brucker Los Angeles email: web site: _____ Researching: BRUCKER, BRUKER, BRUCAR, FELLER, GRAUBART, GARTNER, KLEIN, LEHRER from Radautz Bukowina, Romania/Ukraine, and in Brassov, Besztercze/Bistrita, Budapest and Bucharest, Hungary and St. Paul MN BRUCKER, HAGUENAUER from Paris, France BERKOVITZ (BERCOVICI) in St. Paul, MN, Los Angeles and Hungary? BRUCKER, WEINERT from Brassov, Romania/Hungary SEGALOVE/SOKOLVSKY from Ternovka, Ukraine LULKIN from Harbin, China GREENBERG, GRUNBERG, GRIINBERG AND GERTLER from Lodz, Poland and St. Paul, MN ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Message-Id: < Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2003 13:34:32 +0200 From: "Peter R. Elbau" Subject: Ellenbogen, Berger To: MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Hello, I am trying to find genealogic informations about the Ellenbogen family living once in the Bukowina. In 19/20th century they lived in Czernowitz, Kimpolung, Gurahumora, Sereth and Suczawa (some of them are mentioned in Gold "Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina"). Unfortunately, I am missing any informations about there origin. One would assume, that the Ellenbogen-family is related to the Katzenellenbogen, but in the work from Neil Rosenstein "The unbroken chain" there is no link to the Ellenbogen in the Bukowina. I am also interested in the family Berger (from Sadagora or Sereth). Any information would be gratefully appreciated. With best regards, Peter Elbau ******************************

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