Journal 57

 

  ABSTRACT OF N°57

Revue du Cercle de Généalogie Juive N°57, Spring 1999

DOCUMENTS

Jewish marriages juifs in Paris from 1793 to 1802

Claudie Blamont
An unpublished document about Parisian marriages allows us to discover marriages where at least one spouse is Jewish, and to learn the names of their parents.




FAMILIES

The maternal forebears of the editors Calmann-Lévy
Jean-Pierre Netter

The paternal forebears of the 19th-century creators of French publications aimed at a wide audience is uncertain. On the other hand, thanks to recent discoveries, the author presents us with the maternal lineage.


The descendants of Salomon Wahl (1731-1821)
Rosine Alexandre and Ernest Kallmann

A young descendant passes on to us the papers of his grandfather.

About the descendance of Régine Hess the Cohen-Tanugi Family.
Ernest Kallmann and Lionel Lévy


MISCELLANEOUS

How to say great-grandson in Hebrew.
Laurent Kassel

About the misuse of modern Hebrew in clarifying terms of classical Hebrew. How the marriage contracts of 18th-century Metz contribute to the identification of a rabbi of 17th-century Hanau.

Hebrew Paleography
Eliane Roos

The Schuhl Mohelbuch and Westhouse

Notes on the Jewish communities of Wittelsheim and Buschwiller
Denis Ingold, Peter Stein

Records from the Civil Registers of Algeria, 1830-1890

Roland Gozlan

Several of our members have undertaken a systematic recording of acts found in the Civil Registers for the Jews of Algeria.
They explain their methods.


French naturalization Records.
Stéphane Toublanc

They are now accessible 60 years after their opening to compare with one hundred years before. New procedures and sources are described..

OUR LIBRARY



PRESS REVIEW, BOOK REVIEW, AND THE PUBLICATIONS OF THE SOCIETY

The index of Memoire Juive en Alsace
by Rosanne and Dan Leeson; The Shoah Archives;
Jewish communities of Sarrelouis and Avenches;
Jewish memories : the Dieweg cemetary in Brussels.



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