Dear Fellow Researchers,
I have been following the "paper trail" and this has led to the following:
Ciechanowiec, Bransk: WELIN, WEBER, ZABLUDOFSKY,COHEN, ROSENBERG, and GOTLIEB
Bialystok, Ciechanowiec, Warsaw: SUKNE(variations), ROSENTHAL,
LABENDZ, PUCHINSKI, and GARBATY
Dobrzyn Nad Wisla: ROTER, BLUMENTHAL, FEIN, TSOMBOWSKY
Dobrovitsa, Wysock: COHEN, STOFFER, EISENBERG
I have a photograph that was taken about 1915 which shows two unknown family
members around the gravestone of my great grandfather R. Yosef ben R. Zvi Hersh.
He died 29th day of Adar 5674( March 15, 1915)in Poland. His last name was
SUKNE or variations.
Moses LABENDZ was supposingly a land owner in the Bialytok area. He also used
the name ROSENTHAL.
Morta Meyer GOTLIEB was a Cantor in Bransk in the late 1800's- early 1900's.
The GARBATY family was supposingly related to the GARBATY-ROSENTHALS.
The STOFFERS were a multigenerational family of Cantors.
The ROTER family were master bakers.
Would love to hear >from any relatives or fellow reserachers.
Diane G. BURSTEIN
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