JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Identifying a name #general


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It looks to me like Zyrles, even though the Z looks different than the Z at the
bottom in Mt. Zion, I believe the bottom section was filled out by a different
person than the top section. Good luck!

Regards,

Bobby Rotker

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From: Madeleine Isenberg <madeleine.isenberg@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2018

Lisa Liel asked for help in identifying the name Lyrles. I am taking
a stab at this.

The first letter might be a "Z" rather than an "L." ...
...the name might be Zyrles or a poor way to have written a form of what
we might write now as "Tzirl."

From: Lisa Liel <lisa@starways.net>
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2018
According to my great-great-great grandfather's death certificate, his
mother's name was "Lyrles Sacks". A relative had told me this was the
name, and I had assumed that it was a mistake. For example, another
relative was supposedly named "Swerlhaim". In the end, he turned out to
be "Yisroel Chaim", which was close. But I got a copy of the actual
certificate, and her first name really does look like "Lyrles". You can
see the certificate at:

http://starways.net/lisa/Death_ShmuelMosheAronson.jpg
...
Can anyone think what this name is, and where it might be from?

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