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- Could there be 2 Sara Ryvka's?
Re: Could there be 2 Sara Ryvka's?
Robert Israel <israel@...>
I need help on this one. Sara Ryfka married a man named Maer. Maer dies,
and Sara remarries - so far no big deal. The man she remarries is
supposedly her brother-in-law, Abraham. Again, so far no big deal. Here
is the problem. The information I have is that Maer's surname is
OLIMOWICZ. Its a reliable source (photocopy of the marriage record >from
Poland). Abraham's surname is CHILLAR.
Another possibility is that Abraham is her brother-in-law in another
way: the husband of her (presumably deceased) sister.
Robert Israel israel@...
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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