Re: Jews employed by the Czars #russia


Jules Levin
 

Every discharged soldier received discharge papers that specified what
he did in the army.  That would be his certificate.  Too bad he didn't
keep it.

Jules Levin


On 10/14/2020 6:03 AM, Laurence Posner wrote:
My wife’s grandfather from Latvia told the family that he had been a
watch repairer in the Czar’s army. He continued that trade in America.
He also said Russian soldiers taught him to fish and hunt which he
also did. I can’t vouch for the truth of this though one cousin is
said to have some type of certificate attesting to his service in the
Czar’s army. That’s the family lore.

Larry Posner, Salem MA
researching LISAK, TUREK, RESNICK, GURNEY, POZNANSKY
Laurence Posner

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