Re: INTRO - researching ROSENSWEIG family from Germany #germany
Gary Blatt <garyblatt@...>
Unless I missed something, Gary, you didn't say how you know that they camefrom Germany to begin with. We have Rosenzweigs >from Trencin CountySlovakia as well as >from East Galicia, for instance.
Israel PickholtzWell there is the real issue. It seems that some of the living relatives
heard a story that he left Germany to avoid conscription in the German army
only to arrive in Poland and became conscripted in the Polish army. However,
no one can seem to recall the town or region in Germany. My focus is of
course within my family to glean any more details about this event. In the
meantime, I am using the internet as a resource as well. Thanks,
Gary Blatt firstname.lastname@example.org
MODERATOR NOTE: Getting information >from family members is always the first
step. The more you get the easier it will be for you to use the Internet
(including GerSIG) efficiently and effectively.
To help you use our part of the Internet for your research, GerSIG sent you
our INTRO letter when you joined us. It includes links to many starting point
web sites. The best of these for a new genealogy researcher is Warren Blatt's
"FAQ" introduction to Jewish Genealogy Research.
Spend some time with this guide while you gather more of your family's
memories >from relatives. Then you'll be able to help this Forum help you. MOD1