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Re: Jews in Eastern Galicia before the outbreak of WWII -- review of stastistical data #galicia

Peter Jassem <jassep@...>
 

Alexander Sharon wrote on the Statistical Data in Galicia on Jan. 8, 2001.
Here is my response.

Dear Alex, I admire your passion for research and for sharing your findings
with all of us. Your text is very informative and valuable. But since you
encourage us "to engage you into discussion concerning number of Jews in
Galicia before the outbreak of WWII" I will make few comments.

You wrote:
I would be surprised if data published by Polish statisticians for years
1921 and 1931 was not politically manipulated by the authorities. Poland has
acquired Eastern Galicia (and part of Vilna, Lithuania territory)
as the result of the military aggression against weaker neighbors. Poles
substituted for minorities in some of those territories.<

All scholarly works rely on these statiscics. I have consulted a University
of Toronto professor specializing in Jewish studies and he confirmed that
the statistics could be trusted. Also, I would not fully agree with the
statement that "Poland has acquired Eastern Galicia as the result of the
military aggression against weaker neighbors." I'd rather say that Poland
used military means to restore its legitimate multi-ethnic country
established as a voluntary union on July 1, 1569. Subsequently the country
was taken apart following thre partitions by Russia, Prussia and Austria in
1772, 1793 and 1795. In the meantime the Ukrainian national consciousnes
had strenghtened and the 1918 efforts of Marshall Pilsudski to restore the
country were opposed by (perhaps most of) the ethnic Ukrainians. While you
may be right that "Poles substituted for minorities in some of those
territories" it has to be noted that in some other areas, notably the city
of Lw=F3w and Lw=F3w area, the Poles were in clear majority. Pilsudski had=
a
vision of multi-ethnic, large and strong Poland, which would withstand
aggressive tendencies of her neighbours. Unfortunately subsequent
goverments failed to implement fair ethnic policies or make the country a
leading military power.=20

You Wrote:
It is obvious that Jews that did not declare their mother tongue as
Hebrew/Yiddish were categorized as Poles by nationality. Population of Jews
in Eastern Galicia and subsequently in all prewar Poland in my opinion,
should be larger that quoted by sources as 10% of the total population of
Poland. This would also increase the number of Holocaust victims.<

I don't have the censuses at hand. I will have proper resources soon and
may comment further, but at this point I have two comments. =20
1. There were two censuses: 1921 and 1931. Each asked different questions.
One asked about religious and ethnic affiliation and the other about
religious affiliation and primary language or mother tongue. I am not sure
which was which but the language one resulted in 300,000 difference between
Yiddish/Hebrew speakers and Mosaic faith followers. It should be also noted
that practically nobody spoke Hebrew. The Hebrew numbers were inflated and
statements were ideologically motivated. But since the numbers were
combined with Yiddish it had no influence on final results.
2. Again, I believe there is no reason to distrust the 10% count of Jews in
Poland.

You wrote:
1931 statistics display that in Galicia amount of Jews that declared their
mother tongue as Yiddish or Hebrew was smaller than in other Provinces.<

True, except you shouldn't have included Krakow City and Krakow Province in
the non-Galician column of statistics in this paragraph.

I'll be happy to send more comments when I get to the proper resources in
several days.

Thanks,

Peter


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: Jews in Eastern Galicia before the outbreak of WWII -- review of stastistical data #galicia

Peter Jassem <jassep@...>
 

Alexander Sharon wrote on the Statistical Data in Galicia on Jan. 8, 2001.
Here is my response.

Dear Alex, I admire your passion for research and for sharing your findings
with all of us. Your text is very informative and valuable. But since you
encourage us "to engage you into discussion concerning number of Jews in
Galicia before the outbreak of WWII" I will make few comments.

You wrote:
I would be surprised if data published by Polish statisticians for years
1921 and 1931 was not politically manipulated by the authorities. Poland has
acquired Eastern Galicia (and part of Vilna, Lithuania territory)
as the result of the military aggression against weaker neighbors. Poles
substituted for minorities in some of those territories.<

All scholarly works rely on these statiscics. I have consulted a University
of Toronto professor specializing in Jewish studies and he confirmed that
the statistics could be trusted. Also, I would not fully agree with the
statement that "Poland has acquired Eastern Galicia as the result of the
military aggression against weaker neighbors." I'd rather say that Poland
used military means to restore its legitimate multi-ethnic country
established as a voluntary union on July 1, 1569. Subsequently the country
was taken apart following thre partitions by Russia, Prussia and Austria in
1772, 1793 and 1795. In the meantime the Ukrainian national consciousnes
had strenghtened and the 1918 efforts of Marshall Pilsudski to restore the
country were opposed by (perhaps most of) the ethnic Ukrainians. While you
may be right that "Poles substituted for minorities in some of those
territories" it has to be noted that in some other areas, notably the city
of Lw=F3w and Lw=F3w area, the Poles were in clear majority. Pilsudski had=
a
vision of multi-ethnic, large and strong Poland, which would withstand
aggressive tendencies of her neighbours. Unfortunately subsequent
goverments failed to implement fair ethnic policies or make the country a
leading military power.=20

You Wrote:
It is obvious that Jews that did not declare their mother tongue as
Hebrew/Yiddish were categorized as Poles by nationality. Population of Jews
in Eastern Galicia and subsequently in all prewar Poland in my opinion,
should be larger that quoted by sources as 10% of the total population of
Poland. This would also increase the number of Holocaust victims.<

I don't have the censuses at hand. I will have proper resources soon and
may comment further, but at this point I have two comments. =20
1. There were two censuses: 1921 and 1931. Each asked different questions.
One asked about religious and ethnic affiliation and the other about
religious affiliation and primary language or mother tongue. I am not sure
which was which but the language one resulted in 300,000 difference between
Yiddish/Hebrew speakers and Mosaic faith followers. It should be also noted
that practically nobody spoke Hebrew. The Hebrew numbers were inflated and
statements were ideologically motivated. But since the numbers were
combined with Yiddish it had no influence on final results.
2. Again, I believe there is no reason to distrust the 10% count of Jews in
Poland.

You wrote:
1931 statistics display that in Galicia amount of Jews that declared their
mother tongue as Yiddish or Hebrew was smaller than in other Provinces.<

True, except you shouldn't have included Krakow City and Krakow Province in
the non-Galician column of statistics in this paragraph.

I'll be happy to send more comments when I get to the proper resources in
several days.

Thanks,

Peter


Rzeszow Branch-Polish State Archives Project Status Update #ukraine

EDENSARA@...
 

Dear Folks,

I have been advised by JRI-Poland that the Rzeszow registers should be
available for indexing within the next few weeks. (The registers had been
moved >from Rzeszow to Przemysl for fumigation as part of the Polish State
Archives ongoing project to protect and restore those registers needing
attention.) Work will start on the indexing at that time.

Please stay tuned for further announcements about this important and exciting
indexing project.

Eden Joachim
Archive Coordinator
Rzeszow Polish State Archives

MODERATOR'S NOTE:
Although Rzeszow is not our focus, but is covered by Gesher Galicia, I have approved this message for those who might be researching this area & are unaware of the data available.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Rzeszow Branch-Polish State Archives Project Status Update #ukraine

EDENSARA@...
 

Dear Folks,

I have been advised by JRI-Poland that the Rzeszow registers should be
available for indexing within the next few weeks. (The registers had been
moved >from Rzeszow to Przemysl for fumigation as part of the Polish State
Archives ongoing project to protect and restore those registers needing
attention.) Work will start on the indexing at that time.

Please stay tuned for further announcements about this important and exciting
indexing project.

Eden Joachim
Archive Coordinator
Rzeszow Polish State Archives

MODERATOR'S NOTE:
Although Rzeszow is not our focus, but is covered by Gesher Galicia, I have approved this message for those who might be researching this area & are unaware of the data available.


kievskie gubernskie vedomostie #ukraine

Eddie Stein
 

Dear SIG,Regarding above named possible
project/purchase.I am sending a check for
$54.00(triple Chai)to start the fundraising ball
rolling.At 18.00 we need 612 donations,at 36.00 we
need 306 dono ,at 54.00 we need only 204 donors.Thank
you for considering this as a possible project for
Ukraine SIG.Best Wishes,Eddie Stein


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine kievskie gubernskie vedomostie #ukraine

Eddie Stein
 

Dear SIG,Regarding above named possible
project/purchase.I am sending a check for
$54.00(triple Chai)to start the fundraising ball
rolling.At 18.00 we need 612 donations,at 36.00 we
need 306 dono ,at 54.00 we need only 204 donors.Thank
you for considering this as a possible project for
Ukraine SIG.Best Wishes,Eddie Stein


Re: Polish or Yiddish variants of the name Willie #general

S. & J. Neuwirth <solaris@...>
 

My own middle name is William and Z'ev in hebrew
J. Neuwirth

----- Original Message -----
From: "Lancy" <lspalter@netvision.net.il>
To: "JewishGen Discussion Group" <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Friday, January 12, 2001 1:32 AM
Subject: Polish or Yiddish variants of the name Willie

All the Willies (Williams) I know were originally "Wolf" (Ze'ev
in Hebrew)

Lancy Spalter
Kfar Tavor, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Polish or Yiddish variants of the name Willie #general

S. & J. Neuwirth <solaris@...>
 

My own middle name is William and Z'ev in hebrew
J. Neuwirth

----- Original Message -----
From: "Lancy" <lspalter@netvision.net.il>
To: "JewishGen Discussion Group" <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Friday, January 12, 2001 1:32 AM
Subject: Polish or Yiddish variants of the name Willie

All the Willies (Williams) I know were originally "Wolf" (Ze'ev
in Hebrew)

Lancy Spalter
Kfar Tavor, Israel


Missing US Army/Airforce 1945/1947 over Africa #general

moshe <moshe@...>
 

Some time right after the WW2 there was a civilian who
was allowed to fly on an Army/Airforce airplane. Off
the coast of Africa some where over the water the
plane blew up the story I heard was. It was unknown if
the wife of this civilian could remarry it seams the
where some natives that went to the rabbis and said at
this time and this place we sew a big burst of light
in the sky they looked in to and found that if it was
that plane it would have been in this place at this
time. So the woman was allowed to remarried. What I
would like to know is how I would find out about
missing Army / Airforce plane in that time period? Is
there any where else I might find information on this?
If some had heard of a story like this please be in
touch with me? Thank you for your Help.
Moshe Schaeffer

My email is moshe@cheerful.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Missing US Army/Airforce 1945/1947 over Africa #general

moshe <moshe@...>
 

Some time right after the WW2 there was a civilian who
was allowed to fly on an Army/Airforce airplane. Off
the coast of Africa some where over the water the
plane blew up the story I heard was. It was unknown if
the wife of this civilian could remarry it seams the
where some natives that went to the rabbis and said at
this time and this place we sew a big burst of light
in the sky they looked in to and found that if it was
that plane it would have been in this place at this
time. So the woman was allowed to remarried. What I
would like to know is how I would find out about
missing Army / Airforce plane in that time period? Is
there any where else I might find information on this?
If some had heard of a story like this please be in
touch with me? Thank you for your Help.
Moshe Schaeffer

My email is moshe@cheerful.com


Re: The name: Elimeilach #general

S. & J. Neuwirth <solaris@...>
 

Melech = (heb.) king
Elimelech = (compounded word/name) My god is (my)king, on the analog of
Eliezer = My god is my helper)
Josef Neuwirth
solaris@spots.ab.ca

----- Original Message -----
From: "Pamela Weisberger" <thewks@hotmail.com>
To: "JewishGen Discussion Group" <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 2:16 PM
Subject: The name: Elimeilach

Dear Genners:

Looking for information on the derivation/meaning of the name:

Meilach or Elimeilach

(my Hungarian great-great-grandfather).

Thank you.

Pamela Weisberger
Santa Monica, CA
thewks@hotmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: The name: Elimeilach #general

S. & J. Neuwirth <solaris@...>
 

Melech = (heb.) king
Elimelech = (compounded word/name) My god is (my)king, on the analog of
Eliezer = My god is my helper)
Josef Neuwirth
solaris@spots.ab.ca

----- Original Message -----
From: "Pamela Weisberger" <thewks@hotmail.com>
To: "JewishGen Discussion Group" <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 2:16 PM
Subject: The name: Elimeilach

Dear Genners:

Looking for information on the derivation/meaning of the name:

Meilach or Elimeilach

(my Hungarian great-great-grandfather).

Thank you.

Pamela Weisberger
Santa Monica, CA
thewks@hotmail.com


Re: Polish or Yiddish variants of the name Willie #general

MarlaJAP@...
 

As has often been mentioned, anything is possible in this world. My uncle
Billy's Yiddish name was Fievel!

Regards,

Marla Goldman
Mesa AZ

Researching:
GOLDMAN/CITRIN/KOPYT - Olyka, Volhynia, Ukraine/Philadelphia PA and Boston MA
USA
REINER - Germany or Russia?/Rosenhayn NJ/Philadelphia PA/Boston MA USA
BLEICHER/BLOCHER - Rumania/NYC NY/Philadelphia PA/Boston MA USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Polish or Yiddish variants of the name Willie #general

MarlaJAP@...
 

As has often been mentioned, anything is possible in this world. My uncle
Billy's Yiddish name was Fievel!

Regards,

Marla Goldman
Mesa AZ

Researching:
GOLDMAN/CITRIN/KOPYT - Olyka, Volhynia, Ukraine/Philadelphia PA and Boston MA
USA
REINER - Germany or Russia?/Rosenhayn NJ/Philadelphia PA/Boston MA USA
BLEICHER/BLOCHER - Rumania/NYC NY/Philadelphia PA/Boston MA USA


name #general

zerakodesh@...
 

Hello
I would like very much to be in touch with Nina Siemel. She was on the
Tulchin list on the Jewish Family Finder.
Thank you for any help you can give.
Sholom
Esther Feinstein Sackheim
ZeraKodesh@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen name #general

zerakodesh@...
 

Hello
I would like very much to be in touch with Nina Siemel. She was on the
Tulchin list on the Jewish Family Finder.
Thank you for any help you can give.
Sholom
Esther Feinstein Sackheim
ZeraKodesh@aol.com


Contents of Vedomosti #ukraine

haflo <haflo@...>
 

Harold Arkoff, one of our members, wrote in to ask:

"Are there copies in Los Angeles? Or only in New York? Would you please
summarize again what they might contain. Are all the reels important or
are some more important, i.e. with more names, etc, than others?
HBArkoff@aol.com Calabasas, California"


For those who were not on the list when the first posting about the
Kievskie Gubernskie Vedomosti was made, I'll review what it means, & what
it contains. It was the official Russian Empire legal newspaper for the
Kiev Gubernia >from about 1838 to 1917.

The Vedomosti contain a great many lists of Jewish draft evaders, Jews who
owed fines, Jews and others who had to appear for jury duty, etc., in
addition to estate sale notices, tabulations of Hebrew candle taxes,
and korobochnik (kosher meat) tax revenue, and news items. Around 1877-1878
the Vedomosti published long lists of Jews who failed to show up for the
Turko-Russian War. I expect there will be many other lists & items of
interest that we'll discover as we get into the project. As Shirley Pencer
mentioned in her message, Vitaly Charney's letter >from the JGen Archives
explains a little more.

Date: Sun, 11 Oct 1998 21:24:27 EDT
From: Vcharny@aol.com
Subject: Kiev gubernia voter lists on microfilms.

While I was in Boston last month I had a chance to spend couple hours
at Harvard in the microfilms library. I new that there are microfilms with
copy of the old Russian official newspaper -- "Kievskie Gubernskie
Vedomosti".

... I hoped to find the voters list for elections of State Duma in
1906, 1907 and 1912 of Kiev Gubernia. I found some of the lists but not
all of them and unfortunately there weren't records >from [my wife's
family's town]. I check copies of couple other similar regional editions
and situation was the same. The lists on microfilms not complete.

... Nice information was available in the lists of 1905 - not only full
name (with patronymic, but not in all cases) but also reason to be a voter
- size of estate or income and in some cases (City of
Kiev) even address. Yes, not every man of 21 and older could be a
voter - you have to pass one of four types of "tsenz" - limitations.

It was interesting that I first time saw in such old papers that
people was written with nationality as ethnic bacground (common things in
soviet time)
- people was shown as Jews not by religion (iudei) but by ethnic
background (evrei) along with Russian, Poles, Germans, Tatarians (instead
of Orthodox, Catholic Lutheran, Muslim).

Below I list of some towns of Kiev Gubernia where Jews lived that time
(or have property) and some records available >from the lists possible to
find on the microfilms. Data of some voter lists of 1905.

Zvenigorod[ka] uyezd (district):
Shpolya, Vinograd, Yekaterinopol', Kaligorka,
Ol'shanaya, Lysyanka, Erki (Yerki), Ryzhanovka, Boyarka.

Tarashcha uyezd:
Stavishche, Tetiev, Zhashkov, Lobachov, Voronoe,
Zhivotov, Koshevata, Pyatigory.

Vasil'kov uyezd:
Belaya Tserkov', Fastov, Chigirin, Borova, Trushki,
Ol'shanitsa, Teleshovka, Kazennaya Motovilovka, Ostrov.

Radomysl' uyezd:
Brusilov, Chernobyl' Khabno, Ivankov, Gornostaypol',
Terekhi, Malin, Starovichi,

Skvira uyezd: (where I didn't find my other relatives - Vokhgel't)
Volodarka, Pavoloch, Velikie Golyaki, Yaropovichi, Lipki,
Borshchagovka, Brovki, Ruzhin, Chubintsy, Kharleevka,
Verbov, Popel'nya, Karobchiev, Khodorkov.

Lipovets uyezd:
Kitaugorod, Monastyrishche, Il'intsi, Dashev, Zozov, Zozovka,
Tsybulev, Lukashevka, Sarny, Balabanovka, Kal'nik, Vasilevka,
Todorovka.

Cherkassy uyezd:
Smela, Belozer'ye, Orlovets, Russkaya Vol. (some names shortened),
Raygorod, Vyazovok, Zhabotin, Les'ki, Rotmistrov, Khlystunovka,
Sagulovka, Khudiki, Gorodishche, Mezhirich, Matusov, Mokievka,
Pleskachevka.

Kanev uyezd:
Korsun', Stepantsi, Mironovka, Maslovka, Rssava, Shotok, Nikolaevka,

In 1906 found several lists with corrections, additions, exclusions.

1907 have nice lists for Lipovets uyezd and Uman' uyezd and again
corrections to previous lists etc.

There were just few such documents for 1912.
Lists were issued mainly as addition to newspapers, and they were
possibly missing >from the original set of newspapers? Corrections were
printed in newspapers itself and mostly could be found on the
microfilms, some newspaper issue I didn't find at all.

Besides voter lists there were other helpful information with a lot of
names:
- list of killed and wounded >from fronts of Russian-Japanese War,
- lists of recruits - deserters (where some probably gone for America),
- lists of court jurors, lists of auctioning and many others good to
be documented.

... Vitaly Charny
Birmingham, AL

I hope after reading this description of the newspapers, you will
understand why it is so important for us to undertake this project - even
if we only do a bit at a time.

Sincerely,
Florence Elman
U SIG Coordinator
<haflo@cadvision.com>


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Contents of Vedomosti #ukraine

haflo <haflo@...>
 

Harold Arkoff, one of our members, wrote in to ask:

"Are there copies in Los Angeles? Or only in New York? Would you please
summarize again what they might contain. Are all the reels important or
are some more important, i.e. with more names, etc, than others?
HBArkoff@aol.com Calabasas, California"


For those who were not on the list when the first posting about the
Kievskie Gubernskie Vedomosti was made, I'll review what it means, & what
it contains. It was the official Russian Empire legal newspaper for the
Kiev Gubernia >from about 1838 to 1917.

The Vedomosti contain a great many lists of Jewish draft evaders, Jews who
owed fines, Jews and others who had to appear for jury duty, etc., in
addition to estate sale notices, tabulations of Hebrew candle taxes,
and korobochnik (kosher meat) tax revenue, and news items. Around 1877-1878
the Vedomosti published long lists of Jews who failed to show up for the
Turko-Russian War. I expect there will be many other lists & items of
interest that we'll discover as we get into the project. As Shirley Pencer
mentioned in her message, Vitaly Charney's letter >from the JGen Archives
explains a little more.

Date: Sun, 11 Oct 1998 21:24:27 EDT
From: Vcharny@aol.com
Subject: Kiev gubernia voter lists on microfilms.

While I was in Boston last month I had a chance to spend couple hours
at Harvard in the microfilms library. I new that there are microfilms with
copy of the old Russian official newspaper -- "Kievskie Gubernskie
Vedomosti".

... I hoped to find the voters list for elections of State Duma in
1906, 1907 and 1912 of Kiev Gubernia. I found some of the lists but not
all of them and unfortunately there weren't records >from [my wife's
family's town]. I check copies of couple other similar regional editions
and situation was the same. The lists on microfilms not complete.

... Nice information was available in the lists of 1905 - not only full
name (with patronymic, but not in all cases) but also reason to be a voter
- size of estate or income and in some cases (City of
Kiev) even address. Yes, not every man of 21 and older could be a
voter - you have to pass one of four types of "tsenz" - limitations.

It was interesting that I first time saw in such old papers that
people was written with nationality as ethnic bacground (common things in
soviet time)
- people was shown as Jews not by religion (iudei) but by ethnic
background (evrei) along with Russian, Poles, Germans, Tatarians (instead
of Orthodox, Catholic Lutheran, Muslim).

Below I list of some towns of Kiev Gubernia where Jews lived that time
(or have property) and some records available >from the lists possible to
find on the microfilms. Data of some voter lists of 1905.

Zvenigorod[ka] uyezd (district):
Shpolya, Vinograd, Yekaterinopol', Kaligorka,
Ol'shanaya, Lysyanka, Erki (Yerki), Ryzhanovka, Boyarka.

Tarashcha uyezd:
Stavishche, Tetiev, Zhashkov, Lobachov, Voronoe,
Zhivotov, Koshevata, Pyatigory.

Vasil'kov uyezd:
Belaya Tserkov', Fastov, Chigirin, Borova, Trushki,
Ol'shanitsa, Teleshovka, Kazennaya Motovilovka, Ostrov.

Radomysl' uyezd:
Brusilov, Chernobyl' Khabno, Ivankov, Gornostaypol',
Terekhi, Malin, Starovichi,

Skvira uyezd: (where I didn't find my other relatives - Vokhgel't)
Volodarka, Pavoloch, Velikie Golyaki, Yaropovichi, Lipki,
Borshchagovka, Brovki, Ruzhin, Chubintsy, Kharleevka,
Verbov, Popel'nya, Karobchiev, Khodorkov.

Lipovets uyezd:
Kitaugorod, Monastyrishche, Il'intsi, Dashev, Zozov, Zozovka,
Tsybulev, Lukashevka, Sarny, Balabanovka, Kal'nik, Vasilevka,
Todorovka.

Cherkassy uyezd:
Smela, Belozer'ye, Orlovets, Russkaya Vol. (some names shortened),
Raygorod, Vyazovok, Zhabotin, Les'ki, Rotmistrov, Khlystunovka,
Sagulovka, Khudiki, Gorodishche, Mezhirich, Matusov, Mokievka,
Pleskachevka.

Kanev uyezd:
Korsun', Stepantsi, Mironovka, Maslovka, Rssava, Shotok, Nikolaevka,

In 1906 found several lists with corrections, additions, exclusions.

1907 have nice lists for Lipovets uyezd and Uman' uyezd and again
corrections to previous lists etc.

There were just few such documents for 1912.
Lists were issued mainly as addition to newspapers, and they were
possibly missing >from the original set of newspapers? Corrections were
printed in newspapers itself and mostly could be found on the
microfilms, some newspaper issue I didn't find at all.

Besides voter lists there were other helpful information with a lot of
names:
- list of killed and wounded >from fronts of Russian-Japanese War,
- lists of recruits - deserters (where some probably gone for America),
- lists of court jurors, lists of auctioning and many others good to
be documented.

... Vitaly Charny
Birmingham, AL

I hope after reading this description of the newspapers, you will
understand why it is so important for us to undertake this project - even
if we only do a bit at a time.

Sincerely,
Florence Elman
U SIG Coordinator
<haflo@cadvision.com>


RV: Can you help with my Galizianer Family? #ukraine

lilian schorr <lilianschorr@...>
 

Dear SiG Reserches,
I have posted 4 photos of my father's family >from Galizia. Please see
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ in the "To View" section - as files
VM265/266/267/268.
Whatever the information, please contact lilianschorr@infovia.com.ar

Thank you very much.

Lilian Schorr Landes
lilianschorr@infovia.com.ar


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine RV: Can you help with my Galizianer Family? #ukraine

lilian schorr <lilianschorr@...>
 

Dear SiG Reserches,
I have posted 4 photos of my father's family >from Galizia. Please see
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/ in the "To View" section - as files
VM265/266/267/268.
Whatever the information, please contact lilianschorr@infovia.com.ar

Thank you very much.

Lilian Schorr Landes
lilianschorr@infovia.com.ar