Re: Records for Brody, Ukraine #galicia
Laia Ben-Dov <lbendov@...>
Joyce,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
The Jewish Roots in Poland book by Miraim Weiner, ed., is very good for
learning where archives are kept and what kind of info. there is. Lvov, for
example, shows info. for Births, Deaths, and Marriages since 1895, altho not
always sequentially complete and Brody is not specified at all.
Nevertheless, don't give up so easily. Family names may appear in other
places. There may be othere archival collections nearby which may open up
your path to answers and it needs exploring. I recommend looking on the
Internet as a first step to researching the town. I assume Brody is east of
Chelm/Lublin in Poland of today.
Researching Bialystok, Sokoly, Lomza, Zambrow.
RUTKIEWICZ, SOLARCZ, NURZYCZ (NURZEC), SUSMAN-SEGAL
PS. My brother-in-law is a refugee >from Lyon France--family name: HONIG. Any
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Subject: [jri-pl] Records for Brody, Ukraine
records for Brody, Ukraine (Poland) for the years 1865-early 1900's. Ihave
searched high and low, hired a researcher and written to the archive inBrody,