A web-site for those interested in the family of ADAM YAMEY and all of its ramifications [ which cover the continents of Africa,Asia,Australasia, North America and Europe]...you've reached this site, so settle-in and enjoy. You may learn something new -- maybe you can tell me something new.
This web-site contains the family-trees of families who emigrated from Germany and from Lithuania to South Africa* and the USA.
*South African pioneering families, at the end of the 19th century, include, from Germany: the Ginsbergs, the Rindls, the Seligmanns, the Blochs, the Riesers and the Arnholz; and from Lithuania: the Yameys [who were formerly called Jami ] , the Halperins., the Garbs and the Katzins.
This web-site is frequently up-dated
Family Trees for Viewing
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Jewish Migration from ICHENHAUSEN
Private teachers in ICHENHAUSEN in 1823
198 Jewish families in Ichenhausen in about 1843
Jewish Graves in Barkly East
ABOUT THE AUTHOR OF THIS WEB~SITE
Adam is the son of Helen (born BLOCH , clickhere) and Basil YAMEY (click here).
Helen Bloch was daughter of Iwan Bloch married to Ilse GINSBERG (clickhere) who was the daughter of Franz Ginsberg and Hedwig (born RIESER, click here). Iwan and Hedwig were both descendants of Jakob SELIGMANN (click here): Hedwig via the Wimpfheimer(click here) and Einstein(click here) branches and Iwan via the SPRINGER (click here) branch. Helen's sister married a RINDL(click here) who was also a member of the GINSBERG family.
Basil Yamey is son of Leah (born HALPERIN, clickhere) and her first husband Solomon YAMEY. Leah was the daughter of Joseph HALPERIN and Dora GARB (click here). Leah married, after having been widowed, Isaac WALT (click here). Dora was a daughter of Chatskil GARB and Etta Katzin.
The information used on these pages has been obtained from various sources. It is published here in good faith, and with good intentions. Should anyone feel that anything in these pages violates any copyright laws or personal rights or privacy, please let me know and I will remove the offending material immediately.
Other Interesting Links:
MY NOVEL ABOUT A YOUNG BAVARIAN IN THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.
Click here to read some of my published articles.
JewishGen: A very useful genealogical web-site
Synagogues in Germany: click on 'suche', then type 'ichenhausen'to see my pictures!
Gary Silverstein's Einstein Family Tree
Heather's South African Genealogy Help list : A web-site for South African Family Trees and much more!
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