Re: Looking for SCHNEIDER in Rybotycze #galicia
Alexander Sharon <a.sharon@...>
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There is a website in Polish at:
delaing with the knight castle (or whatsever have left out of this castle)
Next website describes that Rybotycze used to be a Jewish town, and that
Jewish cemetery is located in Rybotycze.
Generally, Rybotcze was a typical Jewish shtetl in the midst of Ukrainian
population during Poland interwar period. There were 314 Jewish souls out of
1277 of total genearl population.
Nearest railway station was in Nizankowice. Shtetl administration centre was
in Dobromil, on the other (east) side of the San River. Interesting is that
all the land property around shtetl were own by the Academy of Art from
There is not listing for SCHNEIDER in town as per Poland Business Directory.
Few printed Jewish names are:
SANDAHAUS, STECHER, ZINS, RUBINFELD, LIESER, DWULIT, STIFEL, AMSTER,
ROTTENBERG, GLUCK, STEIGER, STERNBACH, LOWNHECH
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Subject: Looking for SCHNEIDER in Rybotycze
Is there any information about town of Rybotycze ?