JRI Poland #Poland Danzig Database Update #poland
Logan J. Kleinwaks
I am delighted to announce that the following datasets have been added
to the Danzig Database, which is included in searches of both
JewishGen's Germany and Poland Databases. For further details and
special search tips, see
1) Danzig births 1905-1931, >from FHL microfilm 1184407/2.
2) Judenporzellan Purchased by Danzig Jews, thanks to the research of
Dr. Tobias Schenk. The Danzig records cover 1774-1786, pre-dating
surname adoption in the area, though about half of the people
mentioned might appear on the 1814 surname adoption list. For an
introduction by Dr. Schenk, see also
3) Protected Jews >from Hoppenbruch, Stolzenberg, and Langfuhr, 1773,
database-friendly version of content >from our SIG website.
Thanks to Warren Blatt and Michael Tobias for assistance in putting
the data online.
If you are researching people >from Danzig, please help prioritize
ongoing and future transcription efforts by completing the short
survey at https://goo.gl/forms/HQddpV0Eklq53tNH2. Thank you.
Coordinator, JewishGen Danzig/Gdansk SIG
near Washington, D.C.