Re: seeking location of town

Joe Lissak

Until 1914 the area was part of the Austrian-Hungarian empire. After WW1 (1918) it became 
Poland. Some of it became Russia & then now Ukraine. I use Google  or earth if the shtetel was not destroyed.
Good luck.
Joe Lissak

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-------- Original message --------
From: Deborah Lane <devorahrlane@...>
Date: 2/26/20 10:21 AM (GMT-08:00)
To: main@...
Subject: [] seeking location of town #advice

I am hoping someone can help identify a town.
I found the town Pzornasha, Austria listed on a naturalization record of a woman who might be a relative of mine. She was born in 1880 and immigrated to New York in 1896.
This town's name was typed twice, one time saying it was in Austria and the second time saying it was in Poland-Austria. I searched JewishGen town finder and google maps but did not find it.
Any help will be appreciated. Thank you
Deborah Lane
Spring Valley, New York
Researching: Oppenheim and Margolis of Telshe, Lithuania; Siegel of Balbirishik; Shapiro and Abelman of Kovno; Levine and Altschuller of Mogilev; Kaplan, Gritzman and Zakusaya of Bialystok; Schecter of Vinnitsa; Lieberman of Gaysin; Benedetsky of Bela Tserkov; Mintz of Latvia; a of Kiev

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