If you're interested in any of the towns like Biala Podlaska, Miedzyrzec
Podlaski, Janow Podlaski and Terespol which are in the same general area
that Radzyn Podlaski is in, you might be interested in helping complete the
second phase of the Radzyn Podlaski PSA Project. After indexing all the
vital records in the Lublin PSA Archives for Radzyn Podlaski, more register
books turned up during an inventory project in a different archives. They
had been misshelved for decades!
We must raise another $331 in order to complete this project and get the
It occurred to me to post the surnames for Radzyn to see if researchers
with family in the area would be interested in helping fund this town.
The 35 or so surnames most commonly found in the Radzyn records are:
ABMAN, AJZENBERG, APELOJG, ARONIAK, BUCHALTER, CUKER/ CUKIER, DYAMENT,
EJDELMAN, FRYDMAN, GLIKLICH, GOLDSZTEJN, GOLDWASER/GOLDWASSER, KASZMACHER,
KAWEBLUM, KIMEL, KOPCIAK, KUREK, LEWI, LICHTENSZTEJN, NISENBAUM, PODOLAK,
PONCZEK, ROTSZTEJN, ROZENBAUM, RUBINSZTEJN, SZLAFSZTEJN, SZUCHMACHER,
TENENBAUM, TURKELTAUB/TURKIELTAUB, WAJNAPEL, WINDERBAUM, ZYLBERSZTEJN
If you're interested in making a donation of any size to this town's PSA
project, please contact me and I'll explain further.
Very best wishes,
Lublin Archives Project Coordinator
Jewish Records Indexing - Poland