The Jewish Records Indexing - Poland project is pleased to announce that
we've recently developed an index of the Jewish vital records issued in
Biskupice, Lublin District, Poland >from the last half of the 19th century through
1904! Biskupice is about 10 miles >from Lublin and Piaski. These records are
kept in the Lublin branch of the Polish State Archives and are not available
through the Mormons. The records indexed include: 1862-1904 births, 1859-1904
marriages, and 1863-1904 deaths.
The 50 surnames most commonly found in the Biskupice Jewish records during
this period are:
ACHTERMAN, ALSPEKTOR, ALTMAN, ALTSPEKTOR, APFELD, BORENSZTAJN, BURSZTYN,
CHANDELSMAN, CHITMAN, DRELICHMAN, EPELBAUM, ERLICHMAN, FELDZAMEN, FUKS, GAJST,
GERC, GITMAN, GLIOBEN, GOLDFARB, GOLDMAN, JERLICHMAN, KERSZENBERG, KORN,
KORNZAJER, LEDERMAN, MAGER, MANDEL, MELNIK, MICFLIKER, MIGDAL, NACHMAN,
NAJMAN, ROZENBERG, ROZENBLUM, ROZENCWAJG, RUBINSZTAJN, SUKMAN, SUSMAN, SZEFLER,
SZNAJDERMAN, SZRAJBMAN, SZYNKER, TAU, TON, TUCHSZNAJDER, WAGEN, WAJCMAN,
If you are interested in learning more about this exciting project including
the number of times your surname may be listed in this database or other
Lublin area project databases, please contact me directly at: RobinnM@....
I'd be glad to be of help.
Lublin Archives Project Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland