RESEARCHING REICHWALD & ROSENRAUCH families from Turnow, Poland & Leipsig, Germany #germany
I recently joined the group. I have just commenced doing genealogy
research. I consider myself to be a beginner in doing German Jewish
Genealogy research. I live in Melbourne Australia
My native language is English and I do not know any other languages.
I consider myself an intermediate in the skills of using a computer.
My experience in using the Internet is intermediate.
I have identified the names and birth and death dates of my
Grandparents and Great grandparents.
My Grandfather was Nathan REICHWALD born 1st September 1890 in Tarnow
Austro-Hungaria (Galicia) and died in London England in May 1988. I am
so far unable to locate birth records
My Grandmother was Chancia REICHWALD nee ROSENRAUCH born 2nd February
1898 in Kolomyia, Austro-Hungaria (Galicia) and died in
London England on 1st September 1971. I am so far unable to locate
My Great Grandfather was Jacob REICHWALD born in 1864, (no location),
and died in London England on 22nd January 1951. I am unable to locate
any birth records as I do not know where he was born.
My Great Grandmother was Eva REICHWALD nee ROSENRAUCH of whom I have
no records of birth or death.
My primary aim is to find out where my family originated >from and how
far back I can trace my routes
My JGFF Researcher ID number is 642054
The family names and ancestral towns that I have entered in the JGFF (JewishGen
Family Finder) are: REICHWALD & ROSENRAUCH
Thanking you, Ron Reichwald firstname.lastname@example.org
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